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Resolutions of the Hartford Convention.
The following aru ttia resolution offered
to Ilia Convenlinn at Hartford hy Mr Cnrri-
on. Our render ran judge for themselves
Whether to agree with tlia Christian Pre
or no, In determining not to vole with the
Democracy because Mr. I.ewi will at-
tend an Anti-Hlavery Convention with the
nnu won neiievca aucii eniimflnis, ami ne-
cause the Columbian and Ohio Star will
justify the co-operation. They are the moro
because they, with merited aevcrity,
rebuke the pro-slavery corruption of the
i I hi . .i j . c.t .
Resolved, That the doc.tnno of the Amer-
Scan church and priee.hood-that the bible
is tha word of dud, that whnlever it contain
waa given hy divine inspiration, and that it is
the only rule of (Villi nnd practice i self.)
evidently absurd, exceedingly injurious hotli
In i .' r"l'.,,ir!,'v V'
in its a i dicntinn, ami a stumbling-block in
the way of human redemption. 1
Resolved. That the doetriim has loo lomr !
Ijeen held aa a potent weapon in the hardxnf
timn sevinff priests, to bent down the rising
apirit of reliKiona liberty, mid to iliscouriiRe
acienlilirt ilevelopement to subserve the in-
t-., r i.i:.. i i - r i . , t
teres! or liliml smili-a nnil fiilw tenchera, and
to fill all Christendom with ronteiilinn ami
strife; and, therefore, the lime tins come lo
declare its nntnithliilness, and to uninusk
those who tire guilty of it iinmetore.
Keeolvetl, llmt Ilia Wont of God , not
(miiiihI cither within the lids of any hook, or
liy ecclesinslienl eilict ; hut, like 'its Divine
Author, wa iHtfore all hooks, mid is every
where present, and is from everlasting to
rverlnKtinr, ever enunciating llio enrne In w,
and r;iiirin the animi nl.eil.ence; haing
r,:": r:: rl's mi
- " -boW V'WIIS MIIMV IOI,ll IfClllg TT ii
ftoiialved, Thai it is a ancond iry ipteatinn
llfl ll ivllftl, U'tlPm ( l.tf wlimn ,ltu l....htfa '
" t.j nil,. ii, in n inning
of tin: Old and New Testament were written ;
but tint primary and all important qn 'stimi
is, What do they touch mid command? nnd
in order lo ascertain this they are to lie freely
fXsmiuud, and " readily accepted or reject.
I'd aa nnv other Itooks. nccordiuif aa thev arn
found worthless or valuable. I
i.eso.vc.i, i nai i is me climax ol nu-l ict-
impiety for this inlmn to receive tho
Uit.le aa the inspire.) word of O.id. and then
to makn it a p.'iial ofTucM to uivn it in nnv of
the minimis who are held as chattel slaves
ni its soil; lltiis ruiMiiiring to makd them
miserublu here and hereafter.
Itesnkcd, That jinlaiiig them hy their
rniirsa of ai'iimi towards all tha reforms of
the age, and their position in society, the
clergy nf this country, as a body, woiihl na
readily burn thu bible tii-m arrow, if public
eeiitiMient dumsiided it, ami perneculinii and
Lis nf ch irsc.lnr hild lit the result nf dis
obedience, a to day they are fomid enrue4
in their eudoavnrs ns lo the .plenary iiiira
linn of th it bunk in itccordaiiee wills politic
'The Political tiuido for Farmers, Mechaniea
and LaWcM, in tlm ehnieo nf Kulcrs, by
ico. V. limns, a Farmer nf Keutin ky,"
may be had nt the ltonk Storo of M. A.
Towimcnd, Xew Urighion.
This ia a damlccimo vntumo of 200 pages,
which will well pay the classes to hom it is
ddresvd, Par a careful pcrusnl. The writor ia
sot half way man ; all his positions ate "put
(broach wa It la a boldness and ennfi. lci.ro ex
hibited by thone only who feel as.urcd they
re advocating the truth. One object of the
work Is to show the antagonism between pro
fessional and producing interests. Tho evils
resulting from tho ascendency of capitul, are
alighlly glanced at; tho swindling character of
the banking principle Is amply exposed, but
the great purposo of the work is to show that
the spirit of litigation is tho prolific source of a
large part of the trinls with which we aro be
set in society. This spirit, it is the intorcst nf
lawyers to originate and cherish. That every
body knows; but every body dics not know
Che ingenuity which is in requisition, nor the
jurtiAce which is resorted to, to put a good fuco
on tho tiling, from the timo that a bevy of law
yrt procure themselves to ho a large majority
sn every legidative body to make laws, si inn
biguous nad voluminous that their clans will
n In demand to explain them, to the timo that
there is a decision in his fuvor who tint tho
most money, and can employ the best read, and
moat intriguing advocuto.
The waiter, who ia evidently a lawyer, says
(and tltis after the luwt are mado and case are
snugly in die court house,) that rules of evi
dence, rules and forms of pleading, and rules
of practice, are laid down in ten thousand pages
of standard works, besides three thousand moro
devoted to the explanation of technicalities.
In the lattor part of this little volume, the
author give his views of the remedy, which is
comprised in thirteen laws, which tho reader
will perceive are not designed to promote tho
interests of tho profession. The book is well
avorth an attentive hearing.
4th of July Celebration.
, The young people of Morrow county, have
called a convention to be bold on the 4T1I OF
JULY, at Mount Oilead, to discus the "groat
.question of human Interest," to endeavor to
understand, and how to discharge tha great
dutie du to society, to the eoantry, to tha
race, and to it Circa. Author. Speaker of
both sexes are announced.
A most sensible method of spending our na
tional anniversary. Some of the old folks
might lcara wisdom from tha young peoplo of
Iorrow Co. -
. Land RiroaM. Hon. J. Cnble baa for
warded a copy of hi LAND REFORM
ft ILL, to which ia appended a ietitiou to
C'ongrea tor it adoption a law.
J Tho poininent feature of the Bill are,
Vat, lo give a quarter aeetion of land to each
actual eettler thereon ; the title to be made
sifter five year residence and second, the
limitation of tha Kgfit to iurcltase puldie
loads, to our ascii'eM or A 10 acre. . - .
For the Bugle.
lighten, or furoi.h entertainment or Instruction
beyond the passing hour, should drsw crowd
together, when an explanation of the ptinciplea
or cauaes of tha phenomena, would scarcely
bring a ecore to th ccnc ? 'That thoaa who
; make Utile use of the reflective faculties, should
enictiy to tneir aeiignt j but that thinkers, per
hated n who feel that life ha a purpose, and tl.at
, nd Ine'lnatlona should be trained, and
I di,eclu' lo accomplishment of that pur-
poac, that theaa ahould ba In attendance, ia
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n,t ' M,,,Jr n ' ' ' w.s for
c"l h t0 ",,cr uPon ,,ie invcatlgatlon regarding
'he Influence which Impel himaclf.
At tha recent balloon ascension and ubsc-
qucnt pyrotechnic display, might have been
.cen tho,e whoae earnest devotion to tha e.u.e
, , , , , ,
of ,,u,nn ProrMN wouIJ "ot P"l the u.
Picion ,n" thoT uld minglo with tha multi-
th. expend In time and money, at the late ex
fend . . ... .... ... . . ,,
T . . MrL- f. It !.. a, hssV.I.a AwltiMtsnM
. v... , ,r.. t
; uv ouw m-i-mtuns, m nauni
tniugh, tha perecptirea having administered
tudc, where nuihing nteful was to he learned.
and nothing goad to be done. Had the aeronaut
or ,, no for him, called .Mention to tho
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f apparatus, and given the philosophy of the
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,,c,!nt "nd lo,d r ,m comositioii of the ar-
"'-lea used in tha firo works, together wilh the
mechanism of thoil construction, then might
we have anticipated a general turn out of phi-
tBnthn,ni- nh,l0.nnl,or.. Tl.nlr .ii.,l A
attention would hnve been a stimulating ex
ample. As things were mannged, how many
left tha ground with tho knowledge that the
balloon went up in consequence of tho com-
prtivo levity of hvdrogen gat with whi,:h It
- .nny cared w,.t it Con.
taincd, if they could only feel cquid with
thnao who witncised the aaccntion, and supe
rior to those who were not thu favored
When " The good timo" tnmo, it may be
doubted whether itinerant fun and wonder
makers will be pstroniacd but the philanthro
pist need entertain no apprcliensiona, that mor
als will dctvriorato in consequence.
A little troublo In forming an estimate, of
" ,'" ' " "v
and fire works' account, at one item, and tho
dissipation of thought which it produced,
charged aa another, and all the adrautagca of
gratifying a present feeling of curiosity, with
any other benefits to result from it, on the
credit side, need wa ak a 2 era Colburn to
strike the balance?
For the Bugle.
Mu. Huuimso : Tho article in your lat, over
the signature of A., brings to memory a caso
somewliut lo the point. Near twenty years
ago, a hook which contained a dialogue, pur
porting to bo a conversation between a mother
and her little daughter, ws introduced into
school, in a town not a sabbath day's journey
The dialnguo begins with tho child's enquiry,
in her artless simplicity, whst slavery is? Tho
mother answer that, and other questions
promptly, and unite with the littlo girl in full
condemnation of the system. Tho child was
not old enough to know thai an abstract wrong
could bo made right in the concrete. The
mother wa conservative, and pretty well skil
led iu tho world's moral logic ; but she bad
uttered some truths, and htd been compelled
to assent to othors, aa corollaries, from which
tho child's attention could not be diverted until
tho foundation on which the defence rested,
was swept away, and it appeared that slavery
and not its abuses, was tha wrong.
Tho dialogue became a favorite lesson in tho
school ; it was a proiitublo reading exercise,
and abolitinniiicd the readers. Tho little girls
formed a junior A. S. S. They operated on
their mothers, and they, of couiae, on their
husbands, until within a year after tho dialoguo
waa first read in tho school, there came to tho
P. O., 1)0 copies of A. S. periodicals. Simul
taneously, a few homo made lecturers and de
baters, were on hand at tho school houses around
in all ways, to have the question agitated. A
deep intorcst wa excited, and anti-slavery was
fairly on it feet. Humor of iu rapid growth
brought foreign lecturers, who were so superior
to the domcstie ones, that the latter retired
from the Hold, after which there was no more
"We wish our Correspondent would rout out
those homo mado lecturer again. If Salem is
where aha wa twenty years ago, they have
slept long enough. Eu.
ClintSTMM U.MOX Co.NVENTIO.t. Such i
the title of Convention recently held in
Cazeuovio, N. Y. It object the (oppression
nf sectarianism. Samuel J. May, Abraham
Pryine, W. W. Chapman, Antoinette L.
ltrown, Luther Lee, and other participated
in the discussions.
A Mo.numcnt. Two of the Jerry rescuer
have recently died Enoch Rrroand Wax
pall. The Carson League propose that a
monument he erected in commemoration of
the heroic act. L'p with it. It will h a
pledge of future treason to slavery, which i
nothing Ic than lidelity to Got), Reed wa
the man who cleared a way through the
crowd, while his companion bore the man-
acled Jerry triumphantly through to freedom.
lie deaervea a monument.
Tukm Dmmouiucv asd Wuiooery. In Wis.
consir., th Whigs held a State convention on
tha Oth. Gov. Farewell declined boing a can
didate. The eonvontion could find nothing to
do, and adjourned without doing anything.
Sensible. This look aa though they were dead
or dying. The Free Democracy assembled tha
noxt day, and nominated State ticket. . For
Governor, Edward I. Holton. Lieutenant I
Governor, Jonathan Doogfeertv. "-
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The Free Synod.
Church of tlm United Plate held it session
aa wo learn from a communication in the
Christian Press, ljr Rev. J. Cahle.
, Among the resolution adopted, nro the ful
Free lowing t
Resolved, That while wa cordially concur
The Synod of the Free Preshvterian
in every etiort to spread the gospel in tnroign
lands j in view of our rapidly increasing inp.
illation, and the rtitiilitiou of the et. slaved
and colored Inhabitants of our country, spe
cial effort should Im nindn to increase our
conltihiiiimi to the IIomk Dcpartmkist.
Resolved, We rejoice that a Society is
formed ot Cinritmnti, on the principle of" No
fellowship with slaveholders," (or the purpose
of giving n pure gosiul lo all the destitute,
without regard to color f r condition.
Resolved, That wo recommend that our
churches take up collections at least Iwira a
year, once lor Home nnd mire for Foar.io
Missions, nnd that the funds of ' the home
drpnriment lie dispensed by the Western II.
mid F. Miss. Associntion, located nt Cincin
nati, nnil that the funds of the Ibrnign de
partment by the A. M. Association, located
ol New York.
These nre the first resolution we reincin
lier to have seen which propose tiro coulYilii
tiufion fur home service to ont fur foreign.
It beepenk our (fiends in earnest in the
work which lie at their own door. It wan
also resolved to re-establish tho f Vre I'rciliy-
Urinn a the organ of the Hyund, to be located
lit Albany, Athens Co., O.
The Ucv. Mr. Prime, u incipnl Kditor of
tho New York Observer, mid ulntiii our
reader will recollect a the particular fiicttd
and abettor of Rev. Joel Parker, in hi nt
tempt to put down Mrs. Stowe and I'nclc
Turn' Cabin, wo sent to Cnglutid lust spring'
as the representative ol the American Hilda
Society, in the British lliblo Society. He
met with serums rebuke nnd somewhat of
slight from llritieh minister mid Chri-rtiaiis
for his pro-slavery, and did nut alltnd the
mncting lo which he wa sent a a delegate.
Hi) Ims, however, favored his countrymen
with a aei in of letter fiom that country,
quilo rlniracterutir, and which ehuw him
quite nervous imilnr ISriiish treatment. And
hi wounded self-esteem bus come to Ilia
conclusion that there must tm iwr soon be
tween the countries. Ho threatens it in vin
dication of slavery, wounded by the iiersnnal
alights of him oud hi like, lie says:
"At break (its! the other day I was seated
next to one of tho admirals in tho British
navy, lie asked ma il 1 thought there wna
any danger nf wur ever springing up between
our I wo commie. I answered that I thought
lliero was. He was surprised, ami asked fur
the rensuns that justified such a sentiment.
1 told bint that ilw rancor ami contempt wilh
which American principle and institution
aro treated in this country are irritating tlm
American people, nnd the work of alienation
is lutxtt uctl every titty. The admiral declared
that such fei-liuga nrn not wide spread, ami
lie only in vulgar ami iinouiigliteiietl iinmls.
Dili you not know, Sir,' I inquired, ' that the
the President of the l'ni;ed States was biscsd
by four thousand British Christian in F.xeler
Hall last night?' He expressed himself both
surprised nod grieved, mid still held that
such people a meet there lo celebrate their
ami slavery anniversaries arc no exponents of
The Tribune stoutly denie t lint slavery is
nn .fair; icon principle, though it doe not ex
actly any to what country it doe belong.
Very appropriately, however il due any
" What n eliaiue fur a religious juiirunl Iu
threaten England with war because her peo
ple evince a growing detestation of Slavery,
ami have hissed, not thu President as Presi
dent, but the voluntary rlMiiipiuu (in his lu
ougiirul,) of tho l'ngiiivu Sluvo Law!"
Mb. Tcbxer, tho celebrated ballad ainger,
give a concert this evening (Friday 24th), in
tho Town Hall. Mr. T. is said to surpass even
Mr. Dcmstcr in this department. Tho cilixent
of Cleveland wero so well pleased with hi
pcfnrmance in that city last week, as to tender
him a complimentary concert. Hit prograwmo
contain songs that it will be a joy to hear.
Tha lover of good music will not fail to attend.
GaoHOB V. Wilson hat been appointed
Post Muster in this place, in (dace of Mr. James
Tua Ouio Fahmku. Mr. lirown now devotes
hie whole timo to this paper, and a capital one
ho makes of it.
The Ohio Cultivator ia a good as ever. Mr.
and Mrs. Batches aro now on a visit to tho
S. P. Chasb, Received on tho 11th Inst., an
invitation to addres tho inhabitant of St.
Loui, on tho ubjoet of the Pacific Rail Road.
The invitation wa extended by the Mayor and
othci citizens, but wa declined by Mr. Chase,
for lack of time.
Fan Democracy im Coi.umbia.ia. The
Free Democracy of Columbiana nro invited
la meet at New Lisbon on the 4 ill of July,
to nominate County and Slate oflioora.
(LWe are obliged lo the Secretary of
State of Ohio, for a copy of the tJeneral and
Local Law and Resolution of the Fiftieth
General Assembly of the State of Ohio.
fXTho new Mail Agent on the C. and P.
R. K., tlesirou we auppose to do hi best,
look the Monday' mail from Cleveland to
this place, on to Wullsville, from whence
it wa received iu aafuiy, thank to In good
eare, next day.
.fX7iMiohigaii voted on the Maine Law on
Monday. The telegraph report the law
triumphant. ' '
A Dark Affair.
Catching a runaway slave wa not reputed to
be an easy thing in Chicago several year ago
and from th result of an attempt made hero
th past week, we supposo it has not
Improved. On last Thursday, we learn Jhat a
person from Missouri got out, and had placed
in tha hands oi tho U. S. Marshal, paper u
thoriimg him to meat a a fugitive slave, a
black man who had resided In this country
during the lat seven years, and who, in that
time, by his industry and bus'nea msnsgement,
hid Iceomo tho owner of a gwd farm, and
sundry chattels in the shape of horses, cattle,
wine and sheep. There were prtic who
looked longingly upon the black man' fields
and cattle, and knew not how to satisfy their
desires so easily and at so small cost as by aid
ing in what that world-rrnoaned act, th
Fugitivo Slave Law, styles a " summsry" pro
ceeding, in rclcronce to his case. The combi
nation of Interests was formidable the panic
being those who wanted hi farm, the stock
and improvements, tho man v. ho wanted his
stave, and tha I. S. Marshal, who could havo
an opportunity of showing hi devotion to tha
Union, and thus hop for higher honota than
that of, slave-catcher. But still tho runaway
wa to be cawjhl, and that was tho worst part
of th business, for he had, incontinently, con
cluded that tha climate of Illinois was more
Important to his health than tho safety of the
l inon, and bad adopted measures to hold his
residence. At tins particular juncture, how
ever, a number of persons, desiring to show
their great regnrd for the Constitution, repaired
to tha Marshal's p(Tl.e about eleven o'clock at
night, and In a body proffered their services to
bring the fugitive into Ms oflioinl presence
One of tho parties a peace man, by tho bye
manifested bis zeal by the display of nit uly
looking shooting-iron j another by holding up
a large blunderbuss looking g.ild-bcnilcd cane,
which he had received ns a ten aid for certain
service rendered In a similar esse several years
go j and others by sundry whisprrlrgs and
winks that could not bo lui-t iken. The Mar
shal was ovorcomo by such a msi ii'cs'.ution of
patriotism and was so affected that ho trcnblcd
all over ao deep was tho emotion of bis heart.
The master of the runaway waa ulso present ;
but, being modest, nnd not desiring lo bo a
hero, positively denied bis identity thus pre
venting any display of that obsequiousness
which person like. I. iuis.lt havo received in
other localities. Tho interview, however,
stisngess it mny scent, was tho runaway's
salvation. Tho Marshal ami master were over
coin by tho generosity of their auditors, ond,
deeming that tho sarrifico wo sulliciently great
to atone far the wound thut tho Constitution
had reccivod from the black delinquent, let the
natter drop. The next morning, the gentleman
from our sister Stuto was seen leaving tho city
in the R. I. R. R. cars, and nc doubt 'not will,
when h returns among his neighbors, do just
ice to the people of Chicago. Cliirayo Ti iUiiiir,
Havanna—Landing of Negroes.
HAVANNA, Tuesday, June 7, 1853.
What will tha frienJs of humanity say when
I inform tbcin that about three thousand ne
groes from Africa h avo boon landed in this part
of Cuba, within the last ten days. What will
the bamboozled Ilritiah Government say when
it hears of the fact ? It monanccs Spain for its
iniquitous breach of filth still, in spito of tho
llriti.h nation, with its hundreds of vcsscls-of-war,
in spite of treaties, tho subjects of Spain,
with impunity, carry on tbn disgraceful trufiic,
whilo the Government of that poor nation is
ever, through its periodicals, branding tho
American as pirates. The throats of tho Brit
ish arc of no avail. The labus of tho British
Consul here uro useless. All tho proofs that
ho brings homo to tho Government in ILivanna
or without result. He is laughed at for his
trouble, and the British cruisers are only in
these waters to molest American leg.d truilij.
Amang the arivuls, is tho La.ly SuTolk.
Tnis vessel sailed from Afiiea with 1.300 ne
groes, and lost 3U0 on tho voyage. Near Sagua
la Grando she went ashore tiion a key, where
she remained several days, the Captain expect
ing every moment to see a British vessel of
war to capture him. Finally ho communicated
with tho shoro, and landed the slaves, which
brought thirty seven doubloons each.
ino other cargoes I havo heard of, as being
landed, wero in number three ; ono 000 souls,
another 800, and tho last SOS. Ono was dis
embarked near Sierra Morena, another at Pinnl
del Rio, and one at or near Mariot.
Beside tho negroes and Chinese, who aro
treated aa slaves, there is another importation
from Yucatan, of Indians. These, last poor
devils are old at a low figure, and can bo oh
taincd of His Rtctllmey, &e., Scnor Don Fran
cisco Marty, theater-manager, fish-dealer, &c,
formerly fisherman, and, as report says, smug
gler, &o. This gtntUn.au' $ history is no secrot
in llavanna. But why ahould I point Marty
out; thero are hosta of men worso than he,
who are ennobled and petted by Spain, without
moral, without shame.
It ho been told me this morning that the
Lady Suffolk landed her ncgocs on tho south
side j that the Captain luudod 37 armed icatncn
to see that the coast was clear, then disembark
ed tho negroes without obstruction Tribune.
8ii.r. BuTTrtt Stobf.. On theSth inst.,
there were purchased at Mr. Patrick' Hotter
Stoie, in this town, (Saloin.) of customer,
in small parcels, Ihirlu fipe hunilrrJ nnd lh!,i.
Jilt pound of nutter. Homrilcnd Journal.
It is now laid that Charles Lovi Woodbury,
Esq , decline tho Chargeahin to Bolivia. Ao
cording to Tha J3uton Mail, ho ays the plaeo
r.ot set down on Monk's Map that "nobody
knows where in thunder it is, and that ho will
see tho "Government d before he w ill trav.
nine or "tcu thons.vi l miles to hunt it up."
Thero will 1 a grand rally ot the friendt of
j Freedom, at COOL SPRIXO, Com miiiasa Co.,
on Hundsy, th 3d of July, at which it is ex
during pected that J. W. Wslkor, Jacob Heaton,
Charles and Josephine Orifflng, and Joseph
! Barker will be present. The meeting will com-
mence at 0 o'clock, A. SI.
It tho frionds of universal lilrrrtT, be on
hand from Salem, New Lisbon and Columbian.
The undersigned hsving been chosen to make
the Preliminary arrangement respecting the
management of a debate between Joxas IIabt
tr.LL of Hopcdsle, Harrison Co., and Josi.ru
Dahkeb of Salem, Col. County, on the follow
"The Jewish andChristian Scriptures contain a
aeries ntoummuiiic.itions.supernaturally leveol-
ed and miraculously attested, from the latter
man may acquire a perfect rule of life.
Notice ia hereby given, that lb discussion
will commence in the Town Hall of S.ilcm, on
the ltd July, at 2 o'clock, P. M., and con
tinue four days, unless the parties shall other
June 7, 1853.
Papers fiiendly to investigation please copy.
Receipts The Bugle for the week ending
Joseph Strickler, Columbians, 6,10-131
Cha-les O. llctts, Dcprfleld, fi,2i.4.8
Snlnn F. Day, Hastings, 1,20-400
Silos Pcpoon, Warren, 1,00 431
John Dowmau, Williams Centre, 2,00- 4 57
ThoJnily of Spring, the murderer, was stolen
from bis coffin, and a log of wood substituted
therefor. The directors of the Potapsco
llunk, have resolved to close up that institution.
A warrant has been issued for the arrest
of P. T. ll.irnuin, for assault. Hie new
Mission House of the Five Points, N. Y., wss
dedicated on tho 17th iust. There is dis
turbance threatened in Ilayti. The Peach
crop of Illinnia is most promising. The
Wheat harvest has commenced in Southern
Ohio. Mr. llrynnt of the r.venlng Post,
has returned from Europe. The telegraph
says thuro is now a prospect of a speedy adjmt
nient of the fishing dilliculty wilh England.
The Forest City of Cleveland, waa during
the last Presidential canvass, one of tho most
unscrupulous of whig partisans. It could sp
parently tell truth or falsehood with equul fa
cility, and seemed iueapablo of discriminating
; between them. It is now changing its position,
and we hope, "has met with a chango of heart."
It makes frank confession of tho sin of its old
associates, if not of its own. It stoutly maintains
that the old whig porty is dead, and jccri those
who threaten to road it out of the party. It
talks with spirit, and wo hope wilt grow in
grace, and pcraevcro unto tho end. It s lys I
Tho silver grey pres have severed their
political ciinnertimi with the Foreit City,
We are clad nf it. We feel ns Christian did
in tho lilgrim's Progress, when tlm loud nt
sin was taken oil' his back. W'u repudiate
thu lliltimnre platform spit upon it, and
return in tlm whig principles of 1847: " No
executive it.turpalion, no more slave territory,
no further extension oT slavery, no moro
slave Slate, but heo soil tor free m"n ."
Wo scorn puliticnl tello .vsliip with trcm lier- J
oiij iloiiglilaces, who nrn riK.king a platform
as base ns their own slavish hearts, turned
traitor lo tho candid. ito placed on ii, becuuse
they suspected that at heart ho loved it not.
Hut it is lauhablo In hour tliein talk nf ex
communicating the Fonst City. Arnold ex
communicated the pan i. ns, w hom bo deser
ted mid betrayed, but they maiiagi'd to
survive his treason. So wo shall their
lis pmiii-hiiient fiir vnwhipginir itself, has
he.cn lerriblu indeed, but deserved. When
ii woman lake a step in the road lo shame
nnd ruin, how hard lo recover the path of
virtue nnd safety ! So of parlies, when once
they follow tho igiiuf fnluus of expediency,
instead nf tlm star of principle, it seems im
piiiutiblo In induce them to relrneo their steps.
At the Stnlo Convention in February, the
old fogies exerted nil their infhiimcH nn.l
power lo drown roiiseieuee, lo ignoru prin
ciples, niul in keep the whig party chum in
the track of the Inciifiiftis. A string ol itviul
die a ilibitimi nf the Ibiliimore plalliinu
was oiTered by Kly.nnd passed. ,, n ,Vord
of priuciph) was uttered. The Cmivenlinii
seemed assembled, not to iiraiso whig prin
ciples, but lo bury them. The notion ul thu
body iu the selection of candidate was no
ley cowardly nnd unmanly. It is n uiatler
of aurpriso that so good a ticket was iimiii
liuted. Il wn observed ami reinnrked, llmt the
convention curefully avoided men, supposed
in uu i iiii.it in nun slavery or li'iiiperauee
principles. Had the old 1'ngies known that
Dr. Allen wna a good iiiili-slavery, temper
ance man, his mime would never have figured
us their candidate, fur the second place in the
pill of the Slate. We recollect witli what a
hearty zest one candidate wiisupptirted,uliu
wa represented in he a ti!oon herjKr.
Of the Whig Pies it says:
Ask thorn to march boldly on the ground
occupied by ilie party iu the day of it pros,
purity mid power, and they shrink liaek
aguasl. Ask llioin lo resume the rightful
and proper iinuie of the imriv. iml ii.-..
shudder with honor. Ask tliein io net lib..
men with souls in their bodies, ami not be
slinking nlong after the lucofocos, mid ihuy
will mm like vipers and hiss at ynii,
Lgnd, Ihero lives nut n more cnwar.lli.
?!'""." tet ""' Ihtui a portion of the Ohio
is nig press, i ncv aro lit only m ivo in
Austria, and hotv belbra iIusiui.l Th.. ...... i
of iiidcpmitlenea doe nut inhabit their cur.
cases. J'hcy aro bravo nnlc t. n .l.. .1......
who would extricate ub.ii m .,.,?. I ...
pnrty from moral det.tli.M, . , -
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