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The Bugle and the Ohio Platform.
" Indeed our Free 8il paper in Snleni
had an argument Inst week hy one of its
bleat correspondents, rlenrly proving to liia
own mind, that disiioionists are tiutrnsumi
tie in maintaining thut there la no difference
to the alnve heivm-n hi return hy national
or stele authority, in ruse nf an escape, and
contending thai ut ihnvtd be mtisftd lo ante
tlavtt lent back for Ihe prmrnt by $(ule author
ity anil jury trial in coiiiiderntion of finally
abolishing slavery by tome other meant. .0.
Butte, t',b. 'i
The u Correspondent', alluded to, nmat
have been unfortunate in the chnire of
language, or too leiiiltd ol' rediuulniiry of
Words In convey hi menuing; or Ilm editor
f the Untile must Imve grossly blundered,
in npprwhrnding it, to arrive til ihe cnnclii.
ton italicised in the nliove extract. Ha hua
totally mistaken Ilm drill ol' my argument,
or misrepresented it intentionally, (which
I ran hardly Ix licvr) in have tiiii-l I wne
satisfied, or would iidvinn others, Disunion-
ists or r ree Ueuiucriiis, lo ho " tmmfinL to
have slaves sent hack lor the prrn," or aity
lutnre time, for any ' consideration' what
I would urge the former, aa well aa tlm
tatter, to violate, cm all orcininiii, and hi nil
hazards, Ilm iutNiuue enactment lir ihe re
covery ol' fugitives passed in le.'iO. Tn
brave its pnui and ix-nidiies. miliar tluiri
withhold their aid to the flying fugitive in hia
My argument, if the editor of the llugin
nan done me justice, wna designed in show,
that what is called the 14 rendition clause" in
the Constitution, did not, hy any fuir inter
pretation, mumled on either external or in
ternal evidence, include slaves; nnd ihnt
therefore it wns not competent ir the gov
rumen!, either national nr ilnte. In l xii-liilo
for their return. I regard, boever. ilh
favor, the dorliine becoming very iniulnr,
thai Congress had tin power coiilcred ii it,
to legislate in ihe premises, because it would
tie yielding on the part of despotism, ihe
"vantage ground" in the rouili.it, nnd hu
rauae it would increase, mi hundred fold,
the olMMiirlea In success, in tin; itch pt ore ol
the elf-eimincipulcd. I deprecate Ilm con
duel of wiine lending Disuiiiniiisis, who en
deavor) d lu dispiiruue nil the ndviilitngi! ol
thia important coi'scssion, in Ilm direction of
the right, lent it uiik'hl iLiiiintre their lawn in
liohhy nnd render morn ililli.'iilt of attain
meul, llieir iiiriiuiouut nlj.cl "'ilm dentin:
tivil if Ihe I'nioli ;" which Ihey let) n. j
Marovrunul w illi deMli and mi iiineeinenl
wilh hell" in hist-d upon ihu infana! prin
ciplt lli'il the majority kIioiiI I guvem."
Jmiali p. el. ire, I ih.il reiH'iil. il N
I lli.il r.'e ol.
imiiM li.' !.-.. '
i'', I iliii'l' l:i.i
i.-iri''il : u it nil."
r illi'llo I lit I
llui some o li.. .Iimii.i
phMI'll. ihcll mhllvOse, tMlll II:!' i't:irfli
rmMili in.il jnlii'i', iKiimid Ilm i.i .... .. . .
their eniii.il in tr ..I nny n d. pi , i i.iici
Their lenroi.iou', lion nwi'il Iroin DaK. I'llil' n,
rKrdniK ihe i'el;iiive lieueliiH, lo ihe leiuin
d Imriiivi'n. oml r ct do or miiiomil loailn.
tiau, ami nil linn uoiineuin. iii very miirli ol'a
fiece with CuVier'M loir, and, eiliiin de.
ai lie d liir Iliu mime iuriufio
- snmo drill and boro
The solid earth, and from tho strata thro
Kxtrart a register, by which we learn
That Ho who mad it. and revealed its dito
To Mi iso, was mistaken in its nge."
Th above is from tho Homestead Journal.
After eome further remarks upon tho position
of on of our correspondents, the writer close
with the question, Will the Ivlitor nf the
Can't sst. My Dear Vindex, whothor I will
r oet. Ml try.
In explanation, it is proper to tar, that tho
abev ia tho pirt of an esay, (uppliincntnry
to (ories, published in the Iinncstead, enti
tled " Disunioni-m Dissected." Tho original
is-jrs aro seven in number, and aro mninly
devoted to an argument for tho anti-slavery
character of tho Constitution, interspersed
with some very spirited assuults upon tho ilia
unionists themselves, as well as tho opinions
they aro supposed to entertain. Tho ahovo
extract, gives a very fuir representation of tho
position and arguments of tho essayist, at well
as a speciinon nf hi. " deprecations," charge,
nd denunciations. Wo propose to give some
attention to portions of these crsnys, as they
embody tho common objections, and very forc
ibly express the common prejudices against
Abolitionists. As a matter of hittory, we may
record here, that theso di.unionists, whose
principles have been under tho anntomicul knife
of Vindex, for the last two months, havo never
once uttered a groan or given evon a twingo.
Thia ia the more remnrkablo, a they them
selves quite as much a their principle, have
been the tubjectt of his domonstrationt.
We ahall mako no reply to the constitution
1 argument of Vindex. Wo co an especial
propriety in it discussion in our Frco Demo
cratic papers, and by that party. Since its
leader eait and west, gcncrnlly behove the
constitution to bo pro-slavery, and ao believing
wear to support it. Tho purty too, have al
ways voted for candidate entertaining thi
opinion, Jumes O. Uirney, Martin Van Du
ron and John P. Hale, havo been all agreed
upon thit question. They agree too with
Sumner, Willsou, Mann with Oiddings, Chase,
nd other distinguished Frco Democrats in the
West. Thia has been and is the position pf
the party on thi question. If thercforo the
' argumont i to bo answered, we will leave the
work to some of those distinguished ohampi
on of the party.
In pasting, however wo can but express our
wonder that thi demonstrator, should havo
addressed himself to to stubborn, perverse and
do-nothing a set of fanatics, us he dooms the
Pisunionist. Wo greatly wonder that he did
not address bit argument to the more candid.
intelligent and working anti.lavery men of
hi own party. And (till another wonder with
ut is, that he should deom it so disaatcrous, or
even wicked, Ut disuniouist with their limited
number, and if we may believe him, insignifi
cant influence, to be persistent in their view
el the constitution, while be find no fault
with member of hia own party for being
nnilW'DoraUtent In th tame view. To Our
aimplirity, it teem he might think it quito
hnrmlcm, for a "do-noihing" abolitionist to
hold the tentiment, compared with that of it
being clierinhcd by one who would vote and
execute office under its influence. For exam
ple Mr. Gurrisnn or Wendell Phillip., will per
sist in doing nothing hut lalk talk talk.
How harmlcM their rflnrta compared with
those of J. 1. Hale, who hesidrt hit talk, 1 to
be elected President in 1858, and will then ex
ecute this cniutituiion wilh hi. pro.sl.rcry
view of it. Or the disunion papers, all of
which have as ho tell us, a very fcehlo exist
ence and limited circulation, why should he to
luhor to set them right on this point, anil dep
rechito them fur differing with him upon it,
while ho hue no word of rebuke, "deprecation"
or regret, but on the contrary is full of exulta
tion, that the Xutionnl Kra circulate by the
tens of thousands, in advocacy of the tame
opinion. The argument therefore, of right and
by their position belongs to tho Frco Soilcrs,
tndwosli-.il not meddle with il but le-wo
them to settle it with Vindex as best they may,
only expressing tho hope, that somehow, by
the constitution or in spite of il, tome way
shall ho found fir the overthrow of slavery,
AnJ now for our trial, to act Vindex right
before our renders. And in this we cminnt do
better, than call to our aid, Vindex himself
We ask tho reader to read tho paragraph at
the head of this article, and then read tho fol
lowing from Vindcx's o-sny, No. 0.
We charged Vindex with proving to hit
own satisfaction, tlmt Disuninui.tt vcro unre
asonable in maintaining, that there is no differ
ence to the slave, between his return by nation
al or state authority, in cane of ocupc."
Here i. our authority. Vindex says I
' It is en 1 1 ne uf deep regret, tlmt any of
iliu rol(!.-wl liiuml uf Iliu slave. nny who
really tvinh in see. him restored In freedom,
mid ilm enjoyment of i ipml right with hie
while hrelliren, in their iuiirdiiiiite zenl to
criiiiinntn Ilm loundet nf nur )overuiiielil,
shonhl euili.'iivor in pnlinti) thia lisurimlinu
ol' power mi Ihe mrt of Congress, mill in
lilt tliit the. renditiri'i cluuie. to culled, la
kul'ally a D, rtxir i- i hi it eomiiiict bitucen
Uir .Slntti in though il inrr aumtrued to vilt in
co.fgrtii Ihe ioirrr in IrgiiUitt jhr the rrcinmn
lion of fiigilivii. If thui tire in b inded lm
their intwrmfe prejudice iigniutt Ihe government.
tiut Tiit.r c.t sr.K .in iii r.rit:NcK, if would
Item it hiiue ttl work to iiIUiudI to en.'ir Wen
. nikiHK our first
x . k us " uurea-
i 'Oir.-rcuco to
' " '.un i Viudt x
. . ne ihinks the
i 'I'lj.id heyiimi hope
.:. i A n i e.etii it m-it ,i
if unlil. tcniiii nt. Hi
' Wli.it ililh'Ti'iicii ' siivk Dm disuiiioiiiHl,
lo the aluve, whether h ia surrendered Up, i
under rf-ile. nr IKiitcd Stiilea' law i under I
Urn venlnt of a jury or Ilm decision uf a
ru in, Limner.' .Is tntugS thu tfJI the ques
tion ut iuue."
Tho supercilious contempt with which Vin
dex thus disposes of the question, clearly jus
tilled us in snying, " ho is satisllcd disuuionistt
aro unreasonable" in asking il. We need add
nothing in relation to our lirst charge. It ia
lint ho have a word to any in regnrd to tho
pertinency nf this question. It is lha gnettion
of abolitionists. Their question and their ob
ject, has refereiiio to the slnvo and his emanci
pation. In tho estimation of Vindex, or of
others, who havo a point to maintain, it may
mako a difference whothor the slave is returned
by national ur stato authority, but to the aluro
it makes none, and to abolitionists it makes
none. They would as aoon condemn tho stato,
as tho nation, for the injustice. As soon con
demn Vindex and tho Homestead, for conced
ing this wrong to the state, as Mason or Fill
more, for conceding it lo the nation.
Our second charge was thut ha "contended
that we should bo satisfied to have slaves acnt
buck Cr tho present, by atato authority and
jury tri:l, in consideration of finally abolishing
slavery by tomo other mean."
Say. Vindex :
" Without I'oncciling for one moment, the
fliirneaa nnd justice, of ihe eoimlrurlion wo
have given lo ihe i'Ihiiho," (i.e. llieunii blnvery
cihikii union oi uitj ni:iiivo cinuae,) " we uu
mit that the iuiihsuh, from u long course of
erroneous iiiciilrnlion, are lint prrpared to
receive il. Hi would therefore avail ourielvei
of Ihe bentfdi of the doclrinu which it now
Itentralty receivtd, ana which eomtruei the laid
claim to be a compact, limply between the itatet.
1 hen we would ask, and it if the onlu Question
thut need be asked, would thu liu iluics lor re
capture mid kiduiiiipiug be iiicreiihtsd or di
minished thereby t I answer, diminished.
No atule unpulluied hy " Ciikliiiiga," would
evei eimi'l nocii h law a disgraced the emi
gres of' lfoO. The I'iliene of the frco
states, would have full acnpi! for their be
nevolent impulse in uiiliug the flying fugi
tive, Willi no ll-iire of puius und peiinlliea
before their eyes, nnd if perlmp victim
should full into thu bund of hia pursuers,
he would Imve to aulinly twelvo uiihrihed
freemen, tlmt the hiiiuiiii being churned as
property, wiie hum contrary to thu declara
tion of independence, or owed a duht he
hud never rontructud, waa hound for a con
tract to w hich he was never a party, or the
slave holder could not succeed in hi pur
pose." We quoto the whole paragraph on which
our charge was based, and our readera can
judge of it for themselves. And hare we must
candidly confess that we misunderstood, the
paragraph. It was worse than we thought for,
or charged upon it. Our charge was that it
taught that we should be satis Hod to have
tlavoa sent back for 'the present. It should
have road that we should be satisfied to havo
slavery exist forever. For it aeema ' yuLL
score fir our benevolent impuUet," wul be found
in dodging tho slavo hounds and hiding the
slaves. The dootrino of the paragraph ia, that
though th return of the fugitive i unjust
and unconstitutional, yet aa the people believe
it to be constitutional, Vindex will grant that
U tXall be to eontiderod. With th declaration
that not " for ono moment will he concede the
fairness or Justlco of the construction," which
claims the to called fugitive clause to be
compact between the state for the return of
the fugitive, yet to meet th prejudice and Ig
norar.ee of the "masses," he will himself
trample upon the constitution practically ad
mit that tuch a compact tw sxi'sf, giro the
slave holder the benefit of it, and permit him
to hunt hit human game over all our territory.
Well that It going a ttep beyond whlgs or
democrats. They do assert, ami atick to tho
tttpremacy of the lower law, but this anti-tlavcry
Vindex, aa unceremoniously tread down tho
constitution, as he does the principles of just
ice. Ho consents to the existonco of this
compact at law, believing it not to be law, that
ho may find full scope for hi benevolence,"
in dodging through corn fields and hay mows
by midnight, to violato that law. A very wise,
consistent, moral, efficient and comprehensive
j stem of anti-slavery opcrstiona, truly. Wo
don't wonder that he who should devise it,
will find " full scope" for hi bcnovolenco in
aiding tuch slaves as run hia way, without a
thought for those who cannot run at all, or for
those who run into such state as happen to bo
polluted by "Cushings." Vindex ridicules
tho idea of abolitionist sticking to their princi
ples, and discarding expediency. But wo beg
the privilege of sticking to ourt until expediency
shall bring forth something a little more hnpo
ful than this.
If we have not set Vindex right, we havo
given our readers the opportunity to do it for
themselves. There aro several other singular
talcmciit and positions in tho extracts wo
have given to day, but wo have not room to
remark upon them.
New England Correspondence.
ROCHESTER, N. H. Feb., 18th, '53.
correspondent, and a parish inisnlster, aro much
the same in .i.io rc.iiect and I um'i.itutinfcly
know something of both from experiment
encounter. Topics or thcmc, of sermons nn 1
letters, are the constant demand of both. A
iniiMiOcr ho hus a hundred or two of sermon
to write per annum, has often great trouMu for
luck nf subjects. To meet thit calamity, tho
"Minister's Com i anion" was conceive.! a
hook of some hundreds nf pages, full nf Ti.x r, ,
Torus, and plans and skeletons ol sKUMu.v ;
filled up with hints nnd suggestions on sermon
making, so that Stephen lloroiighs, had he pos-
spssrsscd copy, might huvo preached to hi. '
l'i'lhaiiiitcs" till tl.ii day, without exhausting
And so long as the minister eon Hues himself '
to his honk, ho is in no danger of Heresy. For
the Primer itself, tho buhhling fountain of all
modern opinion in tho Calviniatic faith, is not
mnro sound and orthodox. j
Vnfortunutely fcr tne, when a minister, I
had not tho "Companion," consequently I hmi
to ucpcml on other moans to supply mo with
subjects, and being hut a novice in the business '
preaching, my selection were often very
indiscreet and injudicious. For instance, one
nf my parishes waa notoriously given to drun
kenness. The evil extended fur into tho church
itself, pevcral of my richest supporters, wero .
overtaken and overcomo with it. One of them
than once, had been carried home beast-
ly, (not beastly but man.'y drunk, by his
neighbors, and that, too, on tho very next
Sunday after the sacrament.
Being but a novice in the work of a parish
minister, I very stupidly passed directly hy tho
sins of the Scribes and Pharascct of the firit
century, anu uretv tn one ot my sermons, a i
somewhat graphic picturo of tho tint of tho
tamo frnternity eighteen centuries later. But
paid dear for my temerity. Two brethren of ,
the church immediately declared I meant them.
And they said they " wnuld'ut pay their inon-
ev to havo their cart wrumr at that rate," And
thev keut their word. Thev own mo im I
principal and interest, ncarlr a hundred dollur. j
according to contract, from payment of which
they aro hereby discharged. I will do Ihcm
the justice to say, howovcr, that they diu'i.t
stcul much of my preaching afterwards. For
as toon at they had tutisfled themselves thut I
did not mean in my robukes, the devout Defen
ders of the Faith who killed Christ eighteen
hundred years ago, but tome who lived a good
while olterwards, they bought their preaching
somewhere else, snd abandoned mo altogether.
And the end of tho mutter was, I wo ' be
sought to depart out of their coasts." And to
this hour, the Maine Liiiuor Law and my gos
pel are both very unpopular In tfiat town.
I had reason to blame myself ail tho moro
for thia picco of ill luck, from tho fact, that tho
Professors in both Theological Seminaries,
where I spent little time, had i'uithfuliy warn
ed me that thia wo the very rock on which I
would be in most danger of splitting. Tlioy
had warned mo very particularly, that the ijouna
minister was exposed to the temptation of do
siring to see hi church and people repenting
of their own pertonal sins, rather than of any
othors. They had often told me, that tho ex
ceeding sinfulness of sin," and the " beauty of
holiness, as seen in Uod and the angola," wcio
most fruitful topics for icrmoni ; and besides,
could be expatiulcd upon at very great length,
without endangering tho peace of Z1011, and
with greut edification to the old and substan
tial members of the church.
I heeded the instruction for a time. But
when one day, at a Festival or Frolio of sonie
kind, two of these " substantial members" be
came unsubstantial, by intoxication I immo
diately forsook th piou. counsel of my tesch
ersj and tho results, I have already shown.
Nor had I after that, any trouble to Bud tcxla
and aubjecta for my sermon. A you see I
have not to-day for a hasty communication to
the Buglo for whos success, and for the hap
piness of whose Editor, ever prayt,
Your sincere friend,
The Senator's Son, or the Maine Law a last
By METTA VICTORIA FULLER. Cleveland
O., Tooker and Gatchel; 1853.
extent an exception to .this remark. We shall
copy in our advertising col umnt tho pro.pbc
nf tut of tho Ago, next week.
with tho now year, who have improved it ty.
pngrnphical nppreurnnee. To no other pcrindi
more cul it our newspaper press to much indebted
for interesting nud vnlunblo misco'lany as to
union Schools in the Stnto. I', exhibits at 0110
view several important facts highly common
I datory of the system. A Urosi Lirin Andrews,
Mahhikd nt Marlhor .' on the firs! in.!.,
Thia ia a well told Inle, written fiir n most
commeniluhle nl,i,.ni li . . . n
.leviTl ?, i , " ,'7,c'"so Wl"
oeviseii and well developed plot, diameter-
ized hy unity of purpose, and directnesa of
object. It trace the infliipnce of the con-
vivi.,1 Clinton,, of "genteel rietv " ui.nn I
,i , ' ' " "l'on
e tempted and the weak, until they work
out nil the terrible results of intemperance.
The hook is filled with a thrilling narrative 1
ofjust ...eh fcl8 name daily occurring oil
ov-.,!,,, B ,7 "cc""'" 0,1 .
over tho cnunlry. Bourn ol the culoquies,
briefly, hut forcibly, the orgumenla
niiavoroi the principle of the Maine I tiw
ami of the general temperance moveme,,,;
ul very ...iislaeioiily answer the popular
uhjerliuna ngaiust thorough temperance leir
islulitm. It etrongly prcs.inis ihe ilufciicelcM
position of woman, in relation to the ma of
iiitoxinnling liipmre. Tho victim of the
hither', on', brothei'a, or liiisliamls inleiii-
perance, convinced of iliu iier.c,.Miy of leg
islative fiction, ami yet disfranchised, ami
thus utterly prevented IViiiii presenting a lu
gnl remedy r thu wrong ,,B ,fKi. or
thu preventative lor thu evil ihe I'enrn. Thu
power of Ihu law, in it-i enactment mid ixo-
ciiliou, is in tlm hiinds of men who lovo llieir
cups, nnd sliu has no iciliess (iom this aoiirce.
Alior making her r lera feel tlm ii.inslico
ol this, lliniiuilior very needlessly has n fb-
Hinio diameter to disclaim fl,r her cx, nil
wish In vole. 1 liew.uk is a vultitihla con
tribution lo thu temperance movement. It
will he rend nnd ila fuels remembered. Let
the liieiiils of law circulate it.
For sale nt Tnr.scoTT'
Tim Coli-miiian. This paper, a specimen
No. of which we noticed n few weiks since,
bus now got fairly under way. I:s third num
ber has been issued. It is designed to he the
central organ of tho Freo Democratic party
in Dili-). It it a capital paper in appearance
'I'tihtly nnd nhlo in character, hrcuthiug a
clear, decided anti-slavery sentiment. Tho
(ln'1 ,n'rnf nld devotion of its editor, will
I'lako it an iutoroslinj nnd useful paper.
l'uhlished weekly at Columbus. $2,00 per
annum, lu advance,
.I.ittkli.s Living Auk. Tho first No. for
March, has some articles of intense interest.
To all of our renders ho wish a M:gizino r.f
varied, suhstimtial nnd ttuly vnlai1 lo literature,
we can recommend tho Age. It it dignified,
and rather e .nscivativo in i:t selections, though
they aro generally uumnikcd with intolerance
or narrow prejudice, though an article in this
No. on tho Itev. Thcodnro Parker, It to tomo
Dtckhns' Hotrsimoi.n Wortnt. This peri
odical passed into the hands of now publishers
this. Published at $2,60 a year. Sco rdver
Ouio Joi'hnal of Euucatiom. This Journal
increases in valuo and interest. The February
No. contains a tublo of statistics nf eighty
Mnrliil Amh ivon, E.-q., Mr. WlI.l.lAM ,
MiTClisr.lt, to Miss llAithier Puatt, both of
A Teachers' lustiluto will hn held nt M il l
lioro', commencing- on tlm 21.it insl. Din
liiiguirihcil friend nf education will hu
present from vai ious pai ls ol thu Stale.
Thia parly assembled in Convention nt
Syrocusn Inst week. We learn from tho
Carson League that they adopted nn nddress,
declaring that if the l'reo Democracy will
. . . ,. . ,
adopt their aentitncntH of eipiulity m regard
In black and while, mute unit leinule, tho '
Liberty Party will aoon lie uhlu to mergo in
their organization. They resolved that, ihnt
ia not n civil government, hut piracy, w bich '
uphold hivcry mid pormils dram-shops to
multiply lunilmen that laud holding should
be restricted that jury trial should lie by
the peers of the accused, i, e. while colored
people nud women nre treutod hy law a in-'
I'crior to " white males' juries for llieir trial j
should bo tnndo iij
from their respective,
Mum Hrown, l-reder.ek Douglass,
S. J. May, Gerril Smith, nnd other parlici- '
iiated in thu iIisciissioiih. Ill regaril to resetio
1 .1 . 1 i,l
trial Mr. Smith " declared that ho wna glad ;
., . .. . . 1. -1 1.. 1 I. .1.11.. i. I
01 tne ncipiiuais; uui 11 nicy nan iiuuiiy m
ced Ihe mailer, uvowing their piiriiciputing I
and justifying themselves, ho would havo
been much more rejoiced. I lu hoped Ilro
thcr Crandull, il tried, would seek 110 audi
allerualivo aa resorted lo in the luto trials,
ilu would liuve laken thut course himself,
and he himself nnd Hi other Muy were re
sponsible rescuer of Jurry.
"Mr. May said that when examined at
Allwny 111 the trial of Sulmun.tlie District
Atlorney retnured lo him, "you kttmv all :
about it to which he replied he dij, and if 1
nut upon triul would tell theta all about it.
Mr. M. and Smith cu!ugiz? J the Uwtira who
acted Ibf Ui del'en."
Km U lug Convention nl Columbus on the
2'2nd nil. which have refernieo to national
polities, nre the following. Doc nny body
know hut they menu ?
, Wl,rRK!'. Thia Convention, representing
0 """""""I" of the National Connervalivo
sing events, and guided by tho light of ex.
I"" ""! nnd history, do now, nsever, iillirm
"'.e. " i", ill,, republieiiii progress, upon
, , . "'rl",,,,i,y of ol,r ,r,' inatilulioim
"' "' l-l'i'a ol atrt.pgring free.loin ngnu.Ht
nnhalWcl power overwhero depend :
''''' i'"'i That, ng a national party, we
'"'".' ""' p,Pn, '"Urn,' ""'
ngainsllarimua m homo nml enemies abroad;
mid that we pledge muselvea lo the eonsli
ircsuiit mi". lo thu promotion nnd prnleelion of
Wmio Co.vvr.NTioM. Tho Iteaoliiiion of
mmonai ministry, ami tlm ilevelopment
lUso.'vul. That wo nh d-e nnrselves. nud
llmso we present a eiimlidnlee for oilier, lo
n strict regard lo popular rights, in nil tilings
pertaining to ihe stup. minus interests ol our
gigantic nud grow iog Piute ; nnd tlmt, with
out fihcjniiee tn minor considerations, we
w ill adhere, sti icily to thoitc great He publican
pimcipifs) which nlonu cnii jierpeliintii
our uiicrtics ami our prosperity ns a people,
Receipts for The Bugle for the week ending
Philadelphia femnlu A.S.Soc'y. $.",00 000
fllary Jenkius, .ViirHlud, 3,7.-:7ti
li. Ilimgrmlord, New Lyme, ii.OO-.'JI.'i
J. E. .Mirl.gar, Clariilon, 1,00 J:li!
J. T. Whituiort;, W. Andovcr, 1,."0 J'.'li
Nathan Newport, Colerniii, 2,H7-.').-f7
Nalhait Hall, I'oltersville, 1,(I0-1'W
Win. llui;, Now Hedflinl, 2,00 4!1
Jamea lliiclioimn, Athena, lfiO .')7C
W. Edgar 0,ri() .'lrt
Maitha M. Townscnil, Nettlo Lulte, I..T0-4 10
Johut;. Lewis, Shnrt Creek, l.dl.'lDl
A.M. Male, iMoailmr, 3,fJ0-J-M
William Siiikestury, E. Fn'u field, 3 C0 4 I.i
JesHi! M'Comii II, " a,('0-.'15.
Ceoigo M.ilory, Leroy, 1,00 a.-(
William Antrim, .Ml. I'nion, 2,00-111
Joseph ll.n nnby, " " 30 :j;7
Oliver Orillilh, N. Lisbon, 1,50-41:1
J. Mercer, Alliance, 1,50-4 10
Treasurers Report for February.
Chnmpion Williams, 5,00
Jacob Lepper, 4,()()
Cyrus I'leinciiri, ! (;;)
Newnui lii'hlcu, .(()
Jacob Long. 0,511
Kobeit Porter, .(!(
I'.raslua ( aisr, 2 00
Orlando EuHtnn, ()(
Elij ili I'ninvti, 1!'.5()
Mary Jenkins, .I.OQ
1'rieiids in Michigan, pcrG. 11. Stcbliins 47,50
David (laltiruuth, 5.(10
Elihti Oi in, 2.00
I'uir 4 'ommiitpo, 4,Jv
Jane Ilohiiiaou, (,'0
C. D. (Jrixsell, credited to J. Ilcaton hy
J. McMILLIN Treasurer.
D AG U K It E A N A K T I S T !
(X7"'unis(uiitil the lul of April) over the
Hiilem, Ohio, Much 5A, 135.1.
The Jiook of ihe Season.
FlrtrfT EDITION NOW READ;.
77 -J Scn'itur'i Sn: Or thi M tint I ''ne a
Last llrj'uge ;'' by Mf.tta Vil v ua I'll
I.er. 'I his last work of thia tab ,ued mid
popular author, is now ready, lis object, ns
Ilm title import.", U lo show tint Ilm Maine
Law is thu last anil only remedy lorelK'clual
ly stopping the progress of Intemperance,
nnd also how dillieuli it is to break oil' Ibis
habit e. hen unci' firmly seated, while there
irt no prohibition of the salt) of intoxicating
Thu first edition of 2000 ia now nearly
gone, ami 11 second ami still larger, !l be
put to press in n linv days. A liburul dis
count to Iliu Trade.
OyA-junts! wanted to ni.l in circulating
this woih. Aildresa, post-paid,
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Publishers, Cleveland, O.
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lattcrnrothcruise, in reference to tho coming
term of this Instisution, tho undersigned dcouit
prupor to tti.to that though, ho expects to be
absent during the coming bpring term, it will
COI,.iuo it operations under tho ca--c of J. II.
Harris, who has spout sovcrnl months in tho
school, is tamuiar Willi its regulations, and who
devolve upon him, to tho entire satisfaction nt
those who may attend, No more Students will
u? ,,lli'-'" than ho can tnka charo ot himself,
Tho brnnchea taught, will bo Orthoi-rnphy,
Kcsdii.g, Ponmnnship, Cicngrnphy, Lnlish
(Jrjipmar, Arithmetic, Nat. Philosophy, Chem
istry, Physiology, Algohra, Oeometry, Plain
and Spherical Trigonometry and Surveying.
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Book can bo lured lor tho term or pur-
..i,...i ... r.....:....A
h , can . ,..,, ,
Pen nnd Pencil Drnwint; nnd Painting in Wa-
Hoard, or rooms can bo procured 1
blo ,c T,10 g jn torm wj
. , ...... . "
March iHih, iyj:t, nnd continue 13 weeks.
ortuit icr pnrticulnrs adilrpss j. jj. Harris,
uatvm, 1.111 iiiuiim vvumji iiii..
Februnry lfi, 1853.
The Sugar Falls Water Cure.
TWELVE milo South el Mu-tillon undor
tho chargo of l)r. F;nso, i tfliiplied wilh
muo soft tpring Wafer, and conducted 011 pure
Hydropnthia principles. Wo givo no drugs.
Tncy ar only hindrances to the radical euro of
Hisr.dflS) 1'hn llinB.. u.l..,li l,a. tl.,ia r., nt.....
doJ our c,K,r t0 ailovillto ,ll0 ,m.ring of
humanity, enable us to spouk confidently oi
the virtue of pure soft water, a proper diet. &e.
Addross, Dr. H. Froaso, Doardotf Mills.
Tuscarawa Co., O.
February 19, J853.
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den St., South of Main.
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41 HANK ST., CLEVELAND:
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mestio Ooods. Merchants will Bud a turgor as.
sorincnt of Woolen Ooods than at any othi
houso est of N'. York, nnd at a atisfactorv
terms as tan ho found in N. Vork or Boston.
Cash advances on Wool.
November 27, 13.'52.
JOHN C. WIIINEUY,
SURGEON DENTIST! f-oe over tk.
Slem liouk Stars. 1 1"; rubscribcr would In.
form his Iriends un ,;, public, that ho ia again
at ins post, nving spent seversl months in
Cincinnati. ,n i...L .... i,i.n.,.ir t..i
"1 '..r. tho various branches of his Profession j
r. feels confident of boing able lo render the
miiost sntisisction to those who may rejuir hia
Salem, March 6, 1852.
AT THE YANKEE NOTION STORE,
Bowditeh on Slavory, Hiatory of the Trial it
Castncr ll-maway and other for Treason, Jay's
ltoview of tho Mexican War. Woman'. KighU
and Duties by EtizabctU Wilson, SlavehoWer's
Uoligion, Alcotl Tracts by Ur. Alcolt
Salem, Doc. 11, 1351.