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The Anti-Slavery Bugle.
The Anti-Slavery Bugle. Honestly-Graphs from the Fire-side.
BY A HOUSEKEEPER.
litre, in my little kitclicn. where, mv lime
1" Chiefly occupied with nil tho various per-
f arroanres requisite in cook in?, or in patch-
Jng, mending, miking, or knitting, th echo
of tho world's din will sometimes intrude.
)t hns recently horno to mo tho tidings uf
c iii'ii) iiuu B tit:,i:iii , ill ir
gard to which I scored know which feeling '
ttri!fimtfinf-a ri.nri.l f.,i- tt.A 11.!-....... . tit '
the latter. I hnve hcord it remarked, tlmt to '
obtain a correct iden of cilhor of tho great
political parlies, ii was only necessary to rend
opponent's papers. And rcnlly if tlmt
a truo test, of which t ntn not nt present
to doubt, they must both bo fit fur
nothing but to he rooted from the earth mid
destroyed. It would he I ml in one, if it wcro
not loo melancholy fur mirth, in see wlmt
arta aro used during a political contest to hi-j
as the minds of tho people ; w hat chienne-
ry, what extemporaneous fi.lshnod, w lint
up and distorting of huts, until tho
original matter i so completely disguised, it
is scarcely recognizable, what t florts to
make white seem black, nud black white.
I have rend but little during the full except
the Tribune, but tlmt Imd become so disgust-
ingly Scottish I wns nlinoxt nslmiucd to Imve
it aliotit the bouse, nml ready to use my in-
nuence with "our men foil..' to Imvo it
slopped) however, thinking ns in Mt, Gree
ley might conic cf his fit of insanity, w hen
lection limes me over, I thought it would
ue ucsr, ici lmis, to try I. on n little longer,
I must confess my former unlimited
confidence in his integrity, and belief ll.nt ho
was ns upright ns it was pnf.siblo for n parti.
tan to be, Imvo been very nincl, I. Hsened by
his unliiirness during tho present compuivn. 1
nu ins euorts to
ts to villify Chiding nml others,
tlmt (.'hidings' conctitucnts nro '
1VI... .1 1. I
trery tired of lain, ic. ho tli.it has w uli h.
il botii tiiililings nml Orceley for Hie last
ten yenrs, can fad to coma to the conclusion, I
that so fur as contistuuey and devotion to !
Northern interests, nro concerned, the far
mer has f.ir out.-tripped the latter; helms
niado far greater advancements in the solu
tion of the great problem of progressive hu
tnntiity; ho bus learned that Whig nud I Vm
ocrnt ore umiicutiing terms, compared wilh
Freemen nml Slaves; nud that nbstinct ques
tions in Ciuvcrtimcnt ure of siuall import
when the greatest interests of humanity nro
at stoke, lie is u man whoso nnmo will ho
handed down to posterity, os that of ouo
who dared do right in face of nil the nbtise
and browbeating that could ho brought to
bear against linn. And of Creclej's present
actions, it w ill stand recorded, that he met
the friends of Freedom, or rather the cnuse
Bfr,lm. n. .11,1 .1., ..... A
' " ",,
Land, lo greet him with n brotherly kiss
whilst in his other band he held tho sword
., ,., ,
with wl irh ho smote bun tlmt he died.
Greeley so completely deilles higgcry,
that his morol vision is thereby impaired.!
ad thoui.li bis heart's imnulseu nr.. n,n.il
mi the side of buinnniiv. nnd his miner does.
or would if bo wero moro consistent, do
much for reforms in general. 1 Id is, to use
k homely comparison, like the famous cow
that gives o grent pnil full of rich milk, night
and morning, but cot.trivi sench lime to kick
lover! All that ho urges upon the people
in relation to Freedom during three yeurs,
lie makes void when Iho fourth comes round.
. ., , , .
U..I I did not think when commencng, lo
wnto o eulogy on Uuldings, or a criticism
nil Greeley, yet, I (suppose, I nm thereby
merely exemplifying what is raid to be
characteristic of Woman, her inability to
eonfltio her thoughts nml attention to any
one subject for mure than a few moments nt
time. In nlludiiig to the Tribune, I intend
ed to say tlmt tho fir.-t number (hat came,
sinca the election, is worth a yem's sub
scription, on nccnimt of its containing The
odore Parker's illimitable sermon upon Dan
iel Webster, which every body ought to read.
And whoever cnu read it, or hear it read,
without furling emotions of profound oitosv
for the fallen man, must bu devoid of the
heart's interest sympathies. It ought to go
wherever iho iiaino of Daniel Webster litis
gone wherever his history mny in future
0. His friends need desire no juster esti
mate than is here placed upon bis lifu ami
and nctions- no kindlier veil thrown over
his notorious faults than the friendly hand
Parker has spread befuro ihem. And his
enemies could not wish a severer punish-
. - , . ... i-ii
menl for Ins mistakes nnd i b eds limn
they themselves nro hero bl.ou n to hnve
brought upon him. 1 hud heretofore regard-
ad Webster with o fueliiig of lontbius nnd
eon,.mp,, con.idcring him .;y .o n,r, ,o
egrniieu iimu ine common nerti oi neeiili-
ous debauches, ns bis power of judging
the better way was greater than other men's.
That bo bad a giant intellect, only made him
the more nn object of condemnation ; since
l.e might have shouo ns n star of the first
magnitude, a guide lo nil Iho world, bad
only been "greatly good." lint ihrouc.li
Parker's eyes, I have learned to think of him
more with sorrow than wilh nngt-r, to belmld
with pitting henrt the signal failure of bis
ambitious scemes. With what eloquent
jiathoa does the speaker describe tha return
of thai dinopointcd old man lo his homo
of f broken heart! How tonrhingly
cd fate, they must hnnnt lis for days, weeks,
nml months. Thus with Webster ( wo feel
tlmt ho ought to meet with cxnclly tho ro
thcir wurd he did, mid yet through Porker's rep
be rcsentntion of him, our compassion out
disposed weighs our indignation nt his treachery, nud
we ore tempted to wish the poor old man
might be spared the pain nud hmnilialion of
so ignominious n fate.
As a whole, I think this sermon ns fur
trnnrends Anthony's Oration over the dead
body of Cn-sar, ns the aim of the one ex
dressing eels ;bo aim of tho other, nnd ns tho present
ngo is before tlmt in which Anthony nml tho
Cnars lived, to in (latnc men's minds or to
! nrouse them to reveng the death of ('o-'.mr,
to keep nlivo tho scenes of boodphed to
to which they were accustomed. Whilst
trails of character challenging our high nd
though admiration, whilst nt the same limo his fault
nro such, ns to prevent our choosing him ns
0. ,lC Muudurd ,0 ,vlii;, we woll, ,,.,ir0
our sons to nspire. This downHdl should
bo n w nmi.or tn ll .l.i,;... ...... A ...I
tion !ie ",p:'.kof Vs BC,",IT
'urea in riu 17H1V ilnm i nuiki
nnd his fuil-
... . r.,l
urcs in renlizina ilii'mi making us led a
c ilo iii regard to that triincctulcnt villain, I
Carkcr, in Dombey & Son, whom wo think
richly deserves ns heavy retribution; but
when tho train comes, nnd he is fascinated
hy the glaring eyes of the snorting Iron
I low, n.vd hired on ly n mysterious ntirne.
lion right in the truck of desolating destruc-
linn, we forget nil else, save tlmt we see n i
follow bring in imuiiiiciit danger of o hort- j
tilile catastrophe, nml the strong impulse to j
-hut it in too Into tho
niiiini, mill ut.uj, ,m v ......
scene is over though not the recollection of
l.t tii'nni tr.il mniilnl mi i(Tm ri it ir lii U'Pl'll'll-
I'mkei's nim is to give n truthful, unvarnish
ed history of a lu.in who lins lelt bis mark
upon tho nge, to show him ns ho really
una tlmt tin mriv lii.illinr tin M. rirnliidpil nm.
o lion, nor iienoiincoii nsn Duvii, so nit may
look iinon his ns tbn iriOeil man lin wns. ivllli
yet, whilst wo must condemn the wrong,
shall we not wilh him who so tenderly. y
r in., i - . . .. ... ... .
ninnfully Inj s beore us his life nud his death,
brenth the priucr,
' The best of wlmt we do snd are,
Ureal Ood forgive."
From the New York Daily Times.
The Mormon City.
Citt or Tin: Great Pai.t Lake,
Saturday, August 21, ISM.
At InM we find ourselves in the grent City
of the Mormons, nl'ier n tiavt I of lliirly-niiiH
days. o nave passed tho greatest luoiin
, lain harrier in tho world we have seen
successively immense sterile valleys, lingo
' mountains of naked uranite. tumbled in in-
i cx.ric.ihli! confusion, fertile snvaunaliH, where
j the bult'dn, tint deer, the elk nnd the mmm
. tain sheep delight to wander, nml ranges of
peaks dollied in verdure at their bases nnd
rppcd w ith sparkling coronets of snow.
U o nr?-".w 11,0 strangest
sect which has sprung up uimoderi. tunes;
n sect winch Imil its oriem in iL'tiorniice.
t o n
. emit, vice nnd superstition ; nnd yet
I which has already accumulated n popi
which has idrendy accumulated n population
xU" jM r'"',' ".f ov,;r
people; bus its missionaries in every country
, Kllro,., i Asia, i., lvpt, in South
America and nil tho chief islands of tho
I'urific ; nud Iho final destinies of which
,,"mV "10 "Peeulntions of philosophy.
. ,l '".'1jfl'.1!"U .,0 conccivo anything more
lieniitiliil than the situation ot this extraor
dinary City nml the surrniiiidiuc rcuioii. It
lies on the western base of the Tiiiiinungos
uiutiiiMiiup, nuiui, rueicil iruill llio ixoilliem
horn ol tnu great salt L.uke southward to
the sources of San Joaquin, nnd forming tho
dividing ridgo between tho valley of the
Colorado ol iho West nud the great basin of
i California, nud on the eastern shore of L'tali
I l'"kv' wl,ir.1' "" Ij'','""1 pellucid, nml pours
Its wutcrs into ihu Great Nil I Lake. At the
,,nlr llf Klt1,of W(1 ,()(,k , , ,
beaulilid expanse of waters lit up with the
ucpnning rays ot ine sun, nun tlol.oil over
wilh islands, presents n sceuo of fairy-like
enchantment. If wo look lo the east, nn
mupiiheatre of mountains clothed in rich
verdure nud capped with snow, reminds us
of thnsn gorgeous scenes in eastern story,
where tho Genii hold their dwellings.
Tho whole style nml appearance of the
City dilltT from that of any other city in the
world. It is laid out into blocks of ten acres
each, with rectangular streets, about sixty
yards in width. H. renins of ice water, con
ducted in trenches, run through each of these
streets. Each square is subdivided into lots
of one mid n quarter acres each, which have
generally heroine the properly of a single
individual, mid upon which ho creels his
house nud ruises Ins crop of corn, oats,
wheat nud vegetables. Certainly nothing
could he moro healthful or give so pictur
esque nu air lo n cily ns this anangeincn..
Tho greater portion'of the houses nre built
of iiiiobcM or sundiied brick, hut thero nre
' BIIIIIU r.llul.ll.t..ll .ll tl.t.U tui.iM.lj . . . I . . I.
j 'i lt.y ,,,. IIH y , ,, ,tory ' wilU
n few two story ones iu'.erspersed litre nml
, there. These larger buildings nre occupied
by Ihighnui oung nnd other elders of the
ebuich. I here ure many people loo new
comeis cbieny-who nctually live In tents
nnd wngoii-lmdies scattered idong the spn
cious streets. Their lences present a rui
. ol! '"edley. They are sometimes construct
j Imarilx, sometimes of of posts nnd rnw hide.
baineil like wire li nccs, sometimes of ridge.
. ot eurin, nut: sometimes ol adobes.
Tho Tabernacle nml the Council House
! nro the two c hief objects of attraction in Iho
, City. The firmer, u long, low, broad build
. ing, cnpiibh) of containing six thousand per
sons, is iho temple in which this people per
I frrni the public ceremonies of their religion,
j 'I ho latter, smaller, of course, in size, is the
place fur tho distribution of justice. The
emigration is greatly larger this year than
during any one siucu ItioO, and il is doubted
w hether it does nut even exceed that year.
When I nn ived here iho streets were filled
wilh them, and black-smiths, wagon. makers,
mo, in .noers ot norses and oxon were
busily plymg their trade, in preparing ,
for the onwnrd march through the grent 8a-
hnrn oi ixortu rtincricn. no Rreni imuy 01
i.i .....,i a i, ...Ti
)i)0 .,.!, ff western ronton liom the
jt,.r River Valley, nml thus avoided seeing
this uny. i i.ey were gciicrnuy jiiinnisnns
" 7 Z'""' "f ," m "
'iier(, j, reason to apprehend that theso
tienolo indulge no warm feelings of ottucli-
mcnt to the people of the Ohl Slates or of
. ' . i:...... '11. h i . .i . u i.xuiitt.i tn
w' , ,,,,, of ,I)e
hiill he fulfilled, nml they shall he
delivered into the hands of tho Saint, tlmt
their reign of a thousand years tuny begin.
Hut 1 errilnry has grown Into n
vast importance to tho tradu nnd
travel between the Valley of the Mississippi
nml the I'ncilio roast, it stands relatively
where I'uhnyrn did in nnciciit times, nud if
means nro not nlilameil lo check it, it will
obtain nn unbounded control over nil tho
habitable country in tlio llocky Mountain
ranee. I know ol lint ouo present means
nud that is, to found colonics in Kenr Hiver
Valley nnd in the I hrre Turks. 1 hey would
form n sort of rirciimvallnlion, nnd (live pro
tection end succor to emigration nnd trade.
Il is needless for me In dilate upon the
peculiar tenets of their religion. Tho odi
ous crime of polygamy is openly practiced.
They do lint nhVet even to disguise it.
Thcv livo os publicly with their wives ns
tho Turks, nnd they would treat ns tin insult
to hnve their rights in this respect questioned.
To My Personal Friends.
Written in the Summer Twilight.
BY ANN PRESTON.
Friends of mine I beloved and cherished,
Yc hnvo been with me to-dny,
And the golden lihtof memory
Softly on your fuccs lay.
In my spirit's still rc?csscs,
Ilumid yet with mominj dew,
Cool rotrca's from nnon-tijo labors,
Quid nnohs art kept for yju.
Tokens of the love yo gave me
Seeds yc scattered by tho way
Words and deeds yo have forgotten
I)ud and bluisom there for aye.
And they cheer me, O beloved ones,
Mid the labor, and the strife,
And tho sorrow, and tho beauty,
And tho mystery of life.
I-ifo! that seemed the Sphinx's riddle,
Strango and solemn unto me,
And of all that's yet been opened.
Lore has been tho mystic key I
Of the hopes tlmt tinged tho morning,
Sonio have set to riso no moro !
Of the frionds who sailed bcsitlo us,
Some have reached tho other shore I
But the Living Soul of Beauty,
Permeating breeze and tree,
Stars and wntcrs, sound and silence.
Fairer grout to you and ms.
And there is one bond celestial,
Keeping lovo forever brinht
Beautiful from everlasting
Vurc devotimt to the Uight.
Shall not this, O friend I go with us,
In our march adown tho years,
As a toliamanie Pretence,
A Shckinuh mid our tears )
Fare ye well ! the sonnet fndcth :
Field and forest fade from view !
Datkncss coincth while I bless you,
But " morninj cometh " too.
Wat Grove, r., 18J2.
November Is commonly dreary enough, but
the following by Thomas Hood U rather hyper
bolical as a description of this region. It may
bo literally true, for aught we know, of smoky,
No sun no moon!
No morn nu no noon
No dawn no dusk no proper tine of day
No sky no earthly view
No distance looking blue-
No rood no street no "t'other side the
No end to any Row
No indications whrro tho Crescents
No top to any steeple
No rccoguizstions of familiur people
No courtesies for showing 'em
No knowing 'cm I
No traveling at all no locomotion,
No inkling of tho way no notion
" No go "by land or ocean
No mail no pott
No nows from any foreign coast-
No Park no King no afternoon gentility
fto company no nobility
No warmth, no cheerfulness, no healthful
No oomfortablo feci in any member
No shade, no shine, no butterflies, no bees,
No fruits, no flowers, no leaves no birds,
He for a strike!
All honest men who won't go in debt, who
won't get a living without earning it, who
won't be nose led by Fashion, nro invited to
meet lor consultation. Wo have li" riotous
Intentions wo nro law-abiding men but wo
want our rights. It is our right to weur
hat till the nap is all gone from the edge
the crown ; hut our oppressors oblige us lo
get a new one every six months, or a year ot
most, nnd for our lives we can't tell the new
one from the ohl, except by the date of tho
hatler's card insido. It is our right lo weur
an overcoat two years, if it is sound and
strong, although il has turned Rrey, ami iho
button holes need repHirmg. Jtul we cannot
do it unless it be on ruiny days, and the IV-
Mnli fl... . . 5 e-" . . . J
...... ...... iimu uiu oi a lorinigm s hard
earned wages. It is our right to l ira a pew
j , gnrr of c,,urc wbera W can
hear equally well, and be ns fervent In our
devotions hut we must pay lour times ns
much, nnd sit m a prominent place below,
nnd spend number week's wnges lor the bal
ance. Wo have a right to rent no more room
than we use, but the woihl demands one
pnrlor or two for its use ; nnd we mu-t pay
one hundred dollars more for rent to oblige
Hie worm. We have a right to live within
our menus, hut Fashion clutches us by the
Ibrnnt nnd commands us lo sign morlgnges
nnd bonds nnd scaled notes, nud we must do
Gentlemen, honest men, wiso men, nre
not our wrongs intolerable ? Let ns strike
for our rights mid be Iree. .V. 1'. Timet.
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started more limn n thousand years ngo
somewhat earlier than the one under ihu
patronage of the " Good Qneon Hess. "
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wilh a man whoso business il is if you want
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JOHN C. W1IINERY, -
SURGEON DENTIST ! Office oivr tf.i
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Snlem, March IS, 1S.32. ' '
the olt tiile ronxnAiT or V, ASIII.NOTON,
JUST Pl'HLISIlED, ' ' .B
T.I1. WELCH'S M.W.'inCF.T k
POUT HA IT OF WASHINGTON,
Engraved (by pi-riiiission) from St inn's oit'y
original ponrait, in the Athi ueum, Hostuii. '
' This siipeih pieluie, Engraveil nudi r the
siiperiuleudence nf'TIIOM AS SULLY, F.sq.
tho cmiueiil nud highly gild d mlist, is thu
only correct likeness of Washington ,i ver
piiblishcil. It has been haractci iscd as tlio
greatest wink of art ever produced in iba
country. As to its fidelity, we n-li r to thd
Idlers of tin. ndopted sou nf Washington,
OEORCE WASIIINCTON PARK CIS
'TIS, wbos.is, " it is n liiithlul reprcsciitalioil
of Iho celebrated original," and In CHIEF
JUSTICE TANEY of the Supremo Court
of the Uniled States, who sajs, "As a wmlt
of art its excellence ami he.iiity must strike;
every onn who sees it : ami it is- no less hap
py in its likeness t the Father of bis conn
try. Il wns my goud fortiimi to have seen
him in the dajs uf my bub I, nud his
whole nppear.iiice i.-i Jet sliongly iiiipiesseil
on my memory. 'The portrait , on have' is
sued nppenr lo me to ho tin rrnri likenm,
representing perfectly the expression ns well
ns tho form and features of his face." And
says SENATOR CASS, 1 is a life like repre
sentation uf Ihrfrrnitorifrinitl. PRESIDENT
FILLMORE says, the wink appears In inn'
to have been admirably executed nud mil
ntntly worthy nf the patronage uf the public."
Savs MAKC'IIANT tho eminent portrait
painter, nud the pupil of Stuart, "your plint
to my mind is moro remaikable tluiu any
other I have seen, lor pres. nt'mg the whole
individuality nf the oiiginal pi.iliail, logelb
rr wilh tho noble and dignified repose of i.'jr
nml manner, which all who ever suw hini
considered n marked cbarneteristic of the
illustrious man it commemoiaics,"
Fur the (rrcal merits of this .' lure icr uould
refer titru lovir of ll'uihinnhn in the portrait
its. If, to be teen at the qjjirt if this pnjier, and
to the Utters nf the following .h lists, .Statesmen,
Jurists and .Scholars accompanying it. ;
ARTISTS. Mai chant and Ellinttj . i,f
New Yoiki Neagle, Rnlbermel, ami Lund.,
dm, id Philadelphia; Chester Hauling, of
Huston; Charhs Fi user, ol Charlesioii, S. C.
and to the adopted sou of Washington, Hon.
C W. P. Coslis, hiu.seir an in list.
STATESMAN. His Excellency Millnrd
Major Ceil. Wmlidd K,,,t, ,
Ocurgo J. iiallas, II William R. King,
lion. Daniel Wclwler, Hon. Linn Iloyd, lion.
Lewis Cass, Hon. Win. A. .'la bain,' Hull.
John P. Ken ly, Hon. R.C. Wiulhros LL.
I)r JURISTS Hon. Rog.r H. Jansy,
Hon. Jidiu Duer, Hon. John AlcLenn, Hon.
Rufus Chuan.. SCHOLARS. Charhs Fol
Mini, Esq., thu well known Librarian of I he
Hobioii Aihciidim, who says," would rail,
er own it than nny painted copy I have ever
seen;" E. P. Whipple. Richard llild.il,.
Hon. Ldw. Lvercll, LI D., Jred SH.rk,
LL. U, i.liiim II. Prescoti, LI D., Wash
" lescon, L,ij. u., Wash
, Ralph W. Emerson, Eq.,
I'phain, J. T. Ileadhy, Fit
k, II. W. LmiL'Idlow. Win. C.l-
glim living, iiaipu ,
I i oi. j, 1,1
moreSimmsi nud FROM EUROPE, Lonl
Talloi.rd, T. H. ftlacauley, Sir Archihuld A I.
WW. Lord Mayor of London, etc. &c &,ei
THE PRESS, throughout the entire L'ninn,
huve wilh one voice ptucluinied tha inurila
of ibis superb engraving.
To enable nil to possess this valuable tress,
lire, II is sold nl the low price nf 5 per copy
Published by OEOROE W. CHILDS '
N.'vV,'.,T.,i,;r"f ,''ilt,, Arch-al's, Pbila.
WILLIAM O. STEI:L, Sole Agent for
Ihu States of Ohio uud Indiana. .
sit ii l'iai'i".r-.,",t C"" ",y 1,8 "'"nineJ froin
Mil. SI ELL, or from bis duly authorized
agents. . . ,
Arrangements Imve been made with tho
Post Ollico Department, by which copies of
the Portrait can bo sent to any point, per
mail, in ported order. -
(t7 Persons by remitting Five Dollars
lo WM. O. STEEL, Cincinnati, Ohio, will
have a copy of iho Poiiruil sen! lo litem fret
of Pottaftt. . ...
ff" Magnificent Gill Frames, got up ex,
nrcssly (or these Portraits, furnished ut (he
low price of 3,00 each.
JUST ISSUED, . '
A kl A ONI PICE NT PORTRAIT OP ' I
GENE It AL, JACKSON,,'
Engraved by T. B. ELCFI, ESQ., after tht
original portrait painted by T. SULLY, ESQ,
This Portrait will he a mulch for lha
Woshmgton, uud is in every res ticci as well
got up. ' V . 11
Trice $5,00 per copy. Addresa as above,: