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Ilo acknowledged lain niuiic his master told his
history and Ellington's fro'Hy; Mr. ('. then pro
ceeded to Kentucky, and provnilod hplm Henry A.
Mead, Esq., a rclutivo of Ellington, n slaveholder,
And A man of wealth, w ho now reside on the farm
(nun which Snm escaped, to fro with him to Ciinaditi
He also prevailed upon Captain Juntos Nichols, it
near neighbor, nnd thd largest slafcholdbr In
Greenup County, to accompany them; They arc
both gentlemen of tho first character, nnd friends
of KHington. When they started, they said it
seemed impossible tlmt Ellington could lie mistaken
in his man, but tlmt they would go to Canada nnd
see if the mnn pointed out was rcnlly Snm. They
went together when near Sum' house, Mr. C.
itnid liehind in tho woods, nnd let Messrs. Nichols
nnd Mend go alone to tho house. As they np
proeeod, A miitilnl reeognition ttmk place they met
A old friends shook hands conversed freely
about KHington and nil their former acquaintances.
Sam scorned very glad to see them. . Ho showed
them tho sears on his porson, A very largo burn on
the outsido of his left leg llow tho kneo, going
down over the ancle bites in tho back over the
shoulders, a mark on his loft wrist, and another on
tho left elbow liis peculiarly small cars his sin
gular feet, tho two longer toes on each foot being
much longer than tho others in proportion ; and
what wore surer marks, their inutunl recollections
Sallied.' They wont to Indianapolis, in their depo
sitions stated tho facts as above, and that they had
Viot the shadow of n doubt as to the. man in Canada
Mx't'onncll) being tho genuine Sam.
Liston, ono of Ellington's counsel, lccamo con
vinced by tho statement thai Freeman was nut the
fcmve, nnd upon Kllington's return on Saturday last,
M vised him to abandon his claim. Ho brought
With hint his sort lit swear to Freeman, but before
teeing hint, hn first road tho depositions of Messrs,
Nichols and Moad, which prepared his mind for a
proper inspection of Freeman. He said he did not
believe Freeman was his father's slave. Tho caso
was then dismissed. I' pun that day nnd the fol
lowing Monday, six Georgians camo to testify in
behalf of Freeman. They nil havo known him
einco 1831. Creed M. Jennings, his old guardian
camo. Gov. Howell Cobb would havo como if tel
All praise is duo these gentlemen from Kentucky
And Georgia, for their magnanimous nnd manly
conduct, nnd most nobly docs their disinterested
Voncrosfty contrast with tho rapacity of KHington.
Ellington, its a ruse, pretended to desiro to com
promise with Freeman on last Saturday, but ran
nwny without having offered ono cent. Ho was
sued for ton thousand dollars, nnd notice served
upon him. No honest nnd humane jury will deny
Freeman a heavy verdict.
John l. llobinson, tho miscreant Marshal, will
tie sued for trespass in stripping Freeman, when
his duty ns nn officer commanded him to protect
the person of his prisoner. He has mistaken this
dirty trick ns an offering to tho feelings of Snith-
em Senators i they will scorn it, nnd spurn him.
when ho applies for confirmation next winter. He
has failed in his men, when ho thinks to nppeasi
the South by doing a deed, in comparison with
which picking the poor negro's pockets would have
Isron decent. Ho extorted three dollars a day from
Freeman; to hire a guard for himself.
The commissioner refused to require security for
costs, sit poor Freeman is out of pocket soino 1,500
dollars, two months imprisonment, and nil tho ag
ony heaped .upon him by KHington, and tho obscene
birds of prey who followed in his train.
Yours, X. Y. Z.
MEETINGS IN NEW YORK.
WHOLE WORLDS TEMPEANCE CONVENTION.
This mooting seems to have past off in n manner
to have mot tho expectation of it most sanguine
projectors nnd friends. The proscription niidillib-
erulity w hich unwillingly originated it, stands re
bilked licfiiro tho world by tho iinmenso nndenthu-
si.istic audiences w hich thronged Metropolitan hull
during the numerous sessions of tho Convention, 11s
well as by the liberal, truthful nnd elevating senti
ments there uttered.
Tho Tribune givos a very full report of tho pro
ceedings, much of w hich we regret our inability U
copy this week. T. AV. Iligginson presided. A.
ntong the speakers wero AVilliam II. Chamiing,
Mr. Nichols of A'crmntit, John Pierpont, Lucretiu
Mott, John P. Halo Col. K. I.. Snow, AVilliam Loyd
Garrison, Antoinette L. Brown, Lucy Stone, Mrs
Jackson of Kngland, Mrs. Gage, C. C. Burleigh and
others. Of their speeches tho Tribiiuo says "there
was a pith nnd heartiness about most of them, thai
could not fail of their effect." It also says:
"On tho whole, this ha been the most spirited
nnd nolo Convention lit liolialt ot temperance ever
vet held. It has already done good, and cannot
full to do moro. lhu scarcity ot while nock-cloth
on its platform wn so fully atoned for by tho pres
ence thero of such champions of Iteform nnd Hu
manity ns Antoinette L. Brown, I.itv Stone
Mrs. Jackson, from Kngland, Mrs. C. I. If. Nirii'
ols, Mrs. Frances D. G.mir, A.r tlmt, like tho nl-
nence of wiuo from tho testive hoard which is graced
by AVomnn, it was tho themo of no very general
or profound regret. It was a great occasion, nnd
wo trust Truth was there, uttered which will boar
fruit through coming yoars."
The Vegetarians held a festival w hich waa tho
occasion of much social enjoy mont nnd good spea.
king in bbhalfofTemporancegonorally.und A cgO'
tarianisin in particular. Horace Greoly and Mrs
Gaira presided on this occasion. Tho Tribune Ro-
norter however seems not to have had a vory keen
relish for tho Graham bread and other delicacies of
the tublo. Ho thinks tho dixjihiy, for suporior to
tho qualify of tho viand.
On Sunday morning Mis Antoinotto Brown de
livered A discourse, in Metropolitan Hall, to nit nn
monse Auditory. Sho announced her eubjoct as
"The moan and abominnblo nature of sin, illus
trated by the example of particular sins, and con
trasted with the exalted character of holiness."
In the Afternoon and Evening, the Now York
Anti-Slavery Society, held meetings iu the same
Halt. Speakers in the afternoon, wore C. C. Bur
leigh, AVra. Lloyd Garrison, and Sojourner Truth,
In the evening Oliver Johnson, Lucretia Mott
And Lucy Sumo, vert heard. Others Attempted to
apeak, but woro interrupted by the rowdies, and
finally the mooting was cumiiellui! by their violence
to disperse. The highest ciilogiunn are given
the spcakora by tho Tribune reporter, especially
Thu has Now York recoivod a grand measure
radical truth on the subjects of temperance
freodoru, and practically recognised the rights
woman. The-city stood it bravely until slavery was
assailed. That was nn idol thoy could not see des-
ecratod without iuterferouco. Tho rowdies could
liston to Assaults upon their. rum, much as they love
it, without hisses or interference, but whon their
"glorious liberty" to be slaveholders And slavo
cutchcrs was called in question, their endurance
uould not lust. Speech must be silcnved nnd the
assembly dispersed. Slavery Is the supremo divln-
ity of the nation, and her worshippers are ceaseless
, . . i
m their jealousy for her honor, and untiring "
labors for her continued supremacy.
WASHINGTON M'QUERRY HANDED OVER
TO THE TORMENTORS BY JUDGE M'LEAN.
Yes. another victim helpless, liaploss victim
has been thrown to the remorseless jaws of man
devouring nnd soul-killing slavery; and this, by
Chief Juilire or Justice of the United State. The
contemplation of such an act of damnable atrocity
suggests tho Inquiry, " IS tiiem a vu or u ni
PRr.siniNO in Vila VNiVIAsai" v iiv is it, mm
IT, that mnn, in cold blood, solemnly talking alsmt
" anoa taith." " oraanic late, --rnr .y nj
ililiitione," "human lilerty and projrre," can, acting
as tno representative oi jusiico, seise n i vmunn
mnn, and dcKim him to a fate more Intolerable than
ilentlt r lan sucn accus oi snocxing innuinniiiiy
be perpetrated without calling forth the extermi
nating thunders of God Almighty t Can a nation
like this reach forth ita blisidy hands with any hopo
of mercy! Surely, prosperity cannot long crown
sneh deeds or hell-coneeived iniquity.
ch deeds of hell-coneeived iniquity.
AVe have read the decision of Juih.e McLean,
this case, with A shudder, Humanity shrinks back
in horror from tho doen depravity and corruption
which this decision reveals, Judicial rottenness
stamped upon It from beginning to end. AVhntthis
"njH-nkinij fril of Htffnltin" mny bring upon ust
L n..w n.. .nil nn n.rt AfirHflll tft ItlflllirM. All
is left ns is speech t tliere Is no help in hsi AVe
-i. i. r .11 I ...1 , . . ...l.l nn,l l..,..twl
ill liiu liM?r-v "i inrciii;"w J"n,"i "i""
to shivery. AVo can only "cry ulim,l anil )H,rr not,"
until, perchance, God in His mercy shall arise and
soften tho hearts of our lt)iWtiin l'haravh;
overwhelin them with his judgements.
0 arc not in a mood to argue against tins de-i
cision, or Ui analvxe it. The thought that a freeman
has been consigned to slavery, moves the blunt!
and effect the heart too painfullvi for mi-
nute criticism or Argumentntion. A deed of great
wicket ness has liocndnno, and mono or the highest
phue in tho nation, done, too, we believe,
without A realizing sense of it wickedness by
loer, lor even no saiu, oemre no coum no 111c uiuu-
ning deed: "ihrnpyimj ine iacrta ij y i m.x.
I hurt, nn ri'ihl here In imlulae my aymjMHlnr;
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iromo ire inxn unity yiny i"
ilift mlaiit va a freeman, intltad if a tlim." Oh,
tren in tho dark bosom of JrDui McLean
thero was something to eilonco, before ho could
nervo nil. sen up 10 ,ne per.w.n..... . ... . Kr.-.
wrong, ins "simKiwiM, tncinigniiiaveaoiieii,;
n moral sense as a man,
his judgement, his reason, his 1
his own human origin, his responsibility to God,
must lie nut out of sight, in order to
Willi 1110 ucmami jusi men mane upon 11.111 ov
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slave power. Ilo had no more business to send
poor Mi ticrnRV into bondage, than ho had to send
his own son into bondage. Ity nature, hy the laws
of GW, by tho fundamental principles of human
aw, Tim I...A.K ..1 r.nRv was ns j..-.., - ... .......
ins ireeiiom as is me n i.itk ..ic.jbai ; nni. in., inner
" uirrd" as much "rrKce" to the Kentucky kidnap-
per as tho former, No MoRR. Hut lie docs it "as
Judge." This is confession. A a man, his svin-
nalloes would not allow him to do a deed so tin
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ami eruei. iuc me iii.iicia. oium niiu nun
seir-abanilonment ? THcn the government itself
ought to bo abandoned. Judge McLean ought
havo given up his office, rather than this man.
Such 1111 example of loyalty to conscience and
GihI. would have sent his name down to posterity
in a blase of glorv, and made his memory imperish
able Now his name is covered with infamy, nnd.
like that of the w icked his memory shall rot.
he meant to propitiate slaveholders by this decision,
he w ill be disapMiinted. Tliry will never trust hint.
A'inwcd in any light, ho hns forever done for him
self, nnd the world hits no further use fur him,
to cxecrnto him. r, Vouylim Jvjier.
TREASURER'S REPORT FOR AUGUST,1853.
All persons w ho have paid pledges or donations,
and do not find them credited, w ill please report
tho Treasurer immediately.
K. G. Thomas and AVifc,
I. etitia Dunham,
II. C. AVilliamson,
O. O. Brown,
C. L. Cox,
Friends in Hartford, (paid to Sclhy,)
" Butler Co., "
Lew is Morgan,
Mury Ann Bailey,
J. H. Everett and Wife,
AV. J. rurker,
Hannah L. Bnxiko,
S. V. Brown,
Mary J. Johnson,
J. II. Richards,
D. C. Thayor,
Susan AV. Bishop,
AV. II. Garrigucs,
J. AV. Brown,
John AV. Fawcctt,
Tito ImUvuce of tho
report will bo given
J. McMILLAN, THEAS.
A TALE OF SLAVERY.
It will be remembered by soino of our citizens
that alHiut two or throe months sinco ncolored
visited our city for tho purpose of obtaining money
enough to buy his child that was held as a ahivo
Kentucky. Through tho generosity of 3. H.
and his congregation, with some added by private
individuals, the amount was raised and tno
negro went on his way rejoicing.
Now comes the saddest part of the tale.
tho pier colored man arrived At his home he imnto-
dialely handed tho money, to obtain which ha ,
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immediately for Kentucky. Arriving there, the
I moI1(.y wnH',li( ,0foro tho master by the gontlo
their man. when to the utter astonishment of tho latter,
tho slave holder burst into a fiendish laugh nni
sitiil I'lie'il lie ilnmneil if he would sell the lio.V at
any price' Ho refused all terms, laughed nt all
exhortations, and finally ordered the gentleman
who wished to purchase tno poy oni oi nis nraiw.
Ho left sorrowfully, knowing how his bad success
would affect the father, who was in A delirium of
joy at the idea of seeing his long-lost win. Imag
ine then the tcelings ot (Ax man when it was com
municated tohim that his son was loi forerer.
Our informant tells us that he said not A word
nor wept; but any ono familiar with A human heart
could tell w hat agony that poor black man w as in.
Ilo seems to have grow n ten years older, nnd it is
feared, unless soino change takes place, that he
w ill soon die. His life seems Worse than denth,
and ho loudly prays for the latter to conic.
This is a single caso. AVo know others more
tcrriblo and more cruel could bo found, nnd yet
this one makes our very blood tingle; ItsWM make
every northern man w ho hears of it do his best to
destroy nn Institution which degrade our country
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in !"V'' to men tho control and l.tcs of men.-
News of the Week.
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A ship propelled by ether, now makes regular
trips, between Mitrsailes and Algiers, its engine is
or uue f 71) horsepower. Frederick Ismglnss'
paper says that tho American nnd Foreign Anti
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j Mcry h icty has realised M.IKW within the last
tiHijthrco months from tho snlo of anti-slavery publica
rapidlv, (inns. l'rcsidciit Pierce ha liecn mrtde a I
ur f A,r, ,y fnitersitv in Vermont. Our
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laws need d.storing. but will l.R.I'.cr.c help them?
the 'I he Axtec children arc in London -Six-
ty eight barrets ot proiuiuteu liquor was seiseu njr
mloriti,,, f lingr. Maine, within A
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night. Senator Seward is to deliver nn
dress nt Columbus on the I Hit insti oh tho occa
yesl Hi,,n of tho opening of tho new University"
j ullnm, Tiiuli, late foreinnn in tho bank hole engra-
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i ?j.""' ."r "iiniiog h." ""i h....-" ""
! Stock Hanks
-Mr Finch of Pittsburgh has
ma,0 nn improvement in the refining of iron, which
bony iron, equal in
So says the Dispatch.
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1 makes tho common gray Allegheny iron, equal in
A concert in
, of w hich duo notice will
Strength to tho best Juniata.
Tho Barker Family will givo
jt,t.m aUlUt tllc gut iust.
j 1,0 K,vun
Coisa tiir A hole. Hie Democrat of Iruinbul
't'u. have mada their nominations nt the same time
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resolving "that tho principles sot torth III tho in-;
, pj,, y , ,,,,,,,
to 1 1
proval, nnd approbation.'' lhat is a flunk and
to fair avow al, and w e should certainly think that the
Vree.oilers with such mi issiin would triiiiniih in
The S. H.K.L Law in Pennsylvania. It Is
entirely tiiinecessnry that tho colored people should,
as they do, go as mendicntits to tho Directors of tho
and oHmrtunity of
Irftw-ot 18411, section
,.owers nnd dot
l'ubliu Schisds, for the means
educating their children. The Inw
It'i. in ilchnintr " thn ffenernl nowers
tho Director," provides that "they ahull enlnlilinh a
miflit ir.nl manlier uf Vnmmon Si luiol fur Hit nncu-
linn of etcry individual Irtiree.n Hie atfrt if Jim and
Itrenty.oite year, in the Dintrirt, who may apply fori
iidiuission. cither in person or parent, cuitrdiaii. or
next friend I '
The coloicd man ha A riyhf under that law to
.I..mi.nr1 thn inslriictiiin of his idiilil. Tlin llircctiirs
Oft ' " ' -
no power to refuse such demand, and any
1,00 iHilored man making such application, on being,
rr, refuseil. w ill bo directed to all Attornevnf this citv.
mi who will pniseciiie a sun nguinsi me lorcciors so
"'""ll-..-!.... .'....I l r.... Jj.-.. ...
re. ..sing, miu n i,v iv-v.
Snasiiino AViiiskEY Bottle. Miss Gertrude
ihi Salisbury, who was arraigned lit this village a few
' ,veK,, "!?" "r 'H1'' whiskey Isittles nt Luseur's
IS. i yv1V,W"i,l5cd ntllK,,"!,,,nkvi11" "f:;w wwk" Hi"cc
l.O" for this and other alleged oflences. 1 he prosecution
H1 Ichoso this as tho most favorable Point for socurinir
loiiii;iistlet) for llU lino of business, but a very intelli-
i 1 , 1.1.... 1..
,H) I gent jury gave him to understand tlutt he brought
:'luli,"".r,,Kl ,0.1".0 wr".V.K imA"',.tulll,!U.m.r!
entirely rtnd the auditory so far made his case their;
own, as to intimate that 11 tun word was sum they
would givo another touch (if the higher law to
certain parties w ho, during the trial, had liiade false
and cowardly insinuations in regard to tho defend
ont's character. Jameattarit (X. V.) Julirmil.
inst., for the sum of ten cents ! Ilo w as subsequent-
ly redeemed by tho spectators on condition that he
left the State immediately
This is nn instanco of tho iiifluenco of slavery.
AVhero they aro acciistoined to sell a lilnrl; loan,
they make very little scruple of selling a K-AiVeone,
if ho happens to bo sor und frieiullcss. It is
common pmctico in tho Slave States to tell out
vagrants; but it is never done in a Frco State that
wo know of.
M vZZINI AND THE Sol'THF.RN PllESS. TIlO New
Orleiiu Commerrinl Jliillelin and a half a cloz.cn
our Southern exchanges, republish Mnz.ini's late
anti. slavery letter, with denunciations long, loud
and torrilifo. Kossuth comes in for a full share
them. Tho lUiltetin ends its article as follows :
Sale or a AVitiTE M .!. 'harles Denoytir, tin
i.itciiincriiti. wliitn man. colivieted of viiL'ralif v. lit
iCarondolet, near St. Louis, was sold nt auction nt
1,00 ! the Court House door, in the latter city, on the Hth
" AVo aro getting heartily tired of theso patriot
ism mongers, and tho less wo of tho south have
do with them.the better. There are somo of them we
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lllg my respcci ...eugour, .or ...sin. tee .1.11 i.iw
greater portion are more fit. in our opinion, for the
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pciiiicntiitry, .nan 10 00 1110 icuuursoi un opprcsscu
people on a journey to tho Canaan of freedom.
people on a journey tu mo 1 aniian 01 freedom.
God help tho peoplo that depend upon Ihem. AVhnt
they now endure is entirely preferable to whnt they
would havo to endure under tho rulo tho ' patriots'
Our Soiithorn contemporary would nover have
had anything "to do" with such mon as Kossuth
and Mu.zini, hud it maintained it consistency.
defends the sociul system of the South, on precisely
tho saino grounds Vranei Joseph and tho Pope
allego to justify tho time-honored despotism
w hich they aro tno heads. Every man who justifies
oppression of tho ignorant and feeblo around him,
should go wore ho belongs into the great party
mnnnrchs and tyrants. Kossuth and Muxzini aro
in the opposite ranks. l'hil, lieyinler.
Jtjy-AVe romcnibor of being in California when
there wns but ono newspaper published in that
State ; that was the Alia California, published
San Francisco, only A littlo more than four yoars
ago. Thore aro now nliout thirty-five, fifteen
which are pwhlised la Han. Francisco, sight daily
and seven weekly. Many of these compare favor
ably toanypublishsd east of the. Rocky mountains.
Ueruld of i'rteilom.
A correspondent of tho Gospel Banner, ntontions
in high terms of eulogy, Key. Hannah Connor;
Troy, Muino, A regular preacher of the Frcowill
Tho American Board of Commissioners for For
oign Missions will hold it next Anniversary
Cincinnati, commencing October 4th. AVhcthor
tho Board will do anything to purify itself of
pro-slavery stains romuins to bo seen.
Gold Mines in Maine. Tho Boston journal
thinks thore can be no doubt that gold may he found
iu Maiue, but whether it can be obtained in suffi
cient quantities to pay for digging, is not so clear.
Condition or tue Flesh Market. Three slayps
wero sold at Martinsburgh, Va., last week, two by
Hon. C. J. Faulkner, and one by J. W. Stcwurt,
Knj., for 120O a picic.
Receipts for the Bugle for the week ending Sept. 7.
1 g llnnsul
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Marrenn Miller, New Lyme,
Tolly lirockwoy, "
Marccun Holan, "
J. C. Hitchcock, Freedom,
Isaac .Miller, Mahoning,
Alonio Lake, Onrfctsville,
Krastns Case ,Iloottown,
Clement Itockhill, Alliance,
John Smith, Mecca,
Charles A. Gnrlick, IKirset,
G. S. llefltley, Green Hill,
L. M. Giddings, Jefferson,
Samuel I. Moore, 1"llitiii,
Thomas Chandler, Adflari,
T. C. Warner '
Miss Chick, Kngland,
Amos Perry, I 'helps,
Willitini Kirk, Salem,
J S. (iibsnn
rii it nl t tv West I'nity
Joseph Fntulx, P.imnscovillo,
Isaac .lohnsoii, New Garden,
Mary A. llaily, Hamascovillc,
Joel Tcgg, llillidolph,
Clutrlcs Itrnsiiis, Kast AVestville(
O. L. lldlonny, Flushing,
Thomas K. Horseman, "
Harriet Pulsipher, llissclls,
Orro llrow n, Cnnfield
William F. I'nrker, Cleveland,
Moses Dishop, Hums,
Moses Bishop, Linesvitle,
Kawrens AV. llea. h, Middlcbnry.
Wil Hum Hidcoinb, A'criion,
Stephen Trunkey "
M. S. Beach, "
, j.uui.i aiers,
!!. H. liichnrdson,
John M, II. dines, Connottun,
AVillinm Davis, Liuesvillo,
J. V. Ladner,
1 Kdward AVull "
" "J"""""' ' " ilerrcdiths Mill,
i I him. lis iitiiur
Chauncy S. Johns, '
William Fowler,, "
Scth 11 amain, South Sheimngo,
Jackson l.aiv, I'lutca,
Kdwin Honk, Coiirntitvillf,
AVilliam Stilwell, '
Cyrus llriggs, I'nity,
M. A. Karl, Cleveland.
! O.-org- P. Clark, Mt. Pleasant,
Joseph ogg, llim lev.
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, J' ' , " ' , r.iKuuor,,
I ay lor, Potlersville,
AV. 1). Davis. Shiloh.
Stephen D. AVolfe, Hitvonnn,
; ,,,'"I,y v"n ru "cdford,
Mnthew Johnson, Perrine,
, Wm. B. ltandolph, Bucks P. O.
fonlcliu L. Smalley, Fr
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f K"Tn V"rk'
Ksthcr Walton, Mitrboru,
1 M,vry L. Gills?rt
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' MMD ''cndenhull,
j Hubert Ilillis, Ml. I'nion,
u:i 11...! i
jj , Wll,()n
' Ann Hecvos,
r.. 11 . .vowion, i.oy,
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,i, t , vt llllllltiSOIll, TOW ICr,
! t laudiiis L. Coo, Charleston,
, ThoimtH Thompson, Hermitngo,
! Jame Star, Maidencreek,
i hxm "riuinen, Linmville,
Martha H. Cowles, AuHtiiiburg,
Lucy A. It aiikin,
Henry Nine, Als.it,
K. F. Curtis, Furmington,
Chimney Harmon, ltundolph,
J. lidding, "
J. II. Everett, "
Charles Merritt, Alpha,
Georgo AVhcclun, Columbiana,
Kllis Cope, '
Anson Hatch, Bundysburg,
j Cornelius Sherman, Brunswick,
Ml. AV. BukIiiicII, Hurt ford,
D. L. Shephord
James Miller, Now Garden,
Martha Courtney, "
AV. Paxton, "
Dorsey Ircy, "
Chessman Miller, Brocksvillc,
W. F. Emory, New Castle,
D. C. Thayer, Lindonville,
Juno II. Jenuings, Akron,
William Ingcrsol, Grafton,
W. L. Southorland, Litchfield,
A. Mattison, "
II. llangor, "
to 1 Stephen D. Smith, "
I wr Austin. AVollsvillo,
1 ... l fil.:.. 2.l.
w ' 1 am, Salem,
' Stl.iu AV lti.Hns Piivnlimrn Fiillu.
1 - - ft - 1
Hoops Bailey, Kast AVcstvillo,
Bunilull Bailey, AVost I'nity,
Simeon Sharp, 2d copy Salem,
Boyd Craig, Hastings,
Taylor McMillun, Kast Fairfield,
John Turner, Hurtsgrove,
Carlo M. Brock way, Now Lyme,
F. P. Brown, "
Harvey Spelmnn, Orwell,
Heading Room, "
Lennder C. Reeve, "
John It. Reeves, Rome,
Sumucl Child, Chorry A'alley,
J. F. AVhitmuro, AVest Andover,
Edward Lswis, Asstisburg,
Josso M. Higbee, Cherry Valley,
laouo Ladnor, Liuesvillo,
Hubert C. Stewart, Fremont,
Jamos Gardner, Akron,
Henry McMasters, "
Elijah C. Wright, Peunsville,
Abrani G. Wilontan, Marlboro,
Ira Burton, "
C. M-Brooke, I Salle,
Edward A, Kddy, Cleveland',
Joseph Barker, Salem,
The People's Convention, of Cujahfga Co. met
in Cleveland on the 3d inst. From the Free
Pcmncnvt't account, w should judge tlmt it was
timo of some difficulty. John A. Foote, was nomi
nated for the legislature. The Democrat does
yet tunction the nominations.
A Serenade. Some ofonr young friends aroused
us from A restlsbs drear mate, by a sweet song
under our window, the other night.- We slept
sweetly afterwards, thanksto their melody.
JERRY RESCUE CELEBRATION.
AT SYRACUSE, OCTOBER 1, 1853—SECOND ANNIVERSARY.
Tho second Anniversn v of the Ilescne of the man
Jerry, front the hands ot' Kiknnpper. at Svractise,
on tho first day uf October, 1851, w ill be duly eele-
hrntcd in this city, on Siiturdiiy, the first day ofOt
The invitation is to all lovers of Justice and kind
ness throughout the Intnl. Tlmt Hcsciic w as the most
signal and emphatic vindication of the absolute sit
iireniacy of law that has ever is'cnreil in America.
Is beneficent influence in Aw aliening kind and geni
al sympathy in man for his fellow man, enduring
wrong iintlemble, i beyond human compula
tion. It is a bright star of hope to tho oppressed in
all the nations ot the earth. It Is the key-note to
the fcohg of I'niversal Freedom. It Is an exempli
fication wurthv of imitation on every ssit on this
briHtd earth if' the glorious American doctrine.
llenintnntu to Turanlt it oljtdiriire tn (ml."
AV. L. ClUNOM., J. AV. IMII'EN,
Tiiokas AV. AViiite, Jakes Fili.eb,
Joseph Savaoe, Elixa Fii.ki.vs.
Ltiiia Savaoe, Committee.
Syracuse, August 15, 18J3
SEMI-ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN
The members and friends of the American Anti
Shivery Society nrc hereby notified that a sonti-
' annual meeting of the Ss-icty will be held at SI'
1 ' HACl'SK, N, ' in AVieting's Hall, on Tiii'Rsoav
ttn,l Fhioav, Sept. 2.1th and 30th. A this is de-
iK,,', for tho special Accnminmlation of our AVes-1,50-403
tern coadjutors, as well as for the furtherance of
our cause generally, it is luqied that a full repre-1,50-4'.K)
sentiition will lie present, in the spirit and with the
I leal of primitive iilsilitioiiism. Every effort will
'M! made by the friends in Syracuse to give a hns
1 ' pitabln reception, a far tl practicable, to those
j 'h mny conitf front A distance. Th.'rfl will be no
' lack of ablo and eloquent speakers. The first
meeting of the series w ill be held utt Tlll'HsUAt', at
lOo'chs k, A. M.
In behalf of tho KxCeMtiv Committer1,
AV.M. LI1YD 0.lUUSO, t',ildath
Knwl'NU tJi iNi-v, 1 , ...
SVDNEV 11. GAV,i'W""f-
Fricn.h here w ill be pleased to have the compifiiy,
Orfrin Plain Annual Meeting of pMpfrc'ssivc'
Friends will be held at Green Plain, Chirk C10, ().,
on the second seventh day in the 10th ntn.-j 1853
month 1853, All interested in tho promotion of
, . . ,
Thf Ohio Yearly meeting of Progressive Friends
will lie ht'ld lit Sillem Columbiana County Ohio.
! Coiniu(Miui!i on Sfvi'iitli'dny tbeClthof the Ninth
practical rtdigion and human progression are invi-
bid to attend and participate in its deliberations.
WOMAN'S STATE TEMPERANCE CONVENTION.
The St.vtr. TkerRiscE Sim-iev rrr vWfi WOMEN
or Ohio, will hold a meeting at Dayton on Wedneif
day' the 21 st of Hrptembtr, tho day of the opening
uf tho State Fair.
Auxiliary Societies are requested to send dele
gates, and countioa which have not ytt organised
branch societies, it is hoped will defer doing so no
longer. Lot every woman who approrri the prin
ciples and objects of this Society, and wishes to
promote its interests, consider herself It hiMnber,
and see to it that her towh'und county aro repre
Rnsines of importance is to comti before the
meeting; in addition fo which, reports wc trust will
bo presented from all parts of the State; and short
addresses from Mrs. Gago and others may be ex
pected. The present is an important crisis in the.progrcss
of the Temperance reform in Ohio, and while there
is great reason for encouragement and hope, there
is need that every lover of the cause should put
forth unwonted energy in its behalf at the present
AVomiin's sufferings from intemperance nrc man
ifold and immeasurable; none havo greater induce
ments than sho to labor fur its overthrow; nnd it is
conceded by all, that women can do much to aid
this nublo enterprise. Let us, then, havo a full
meeting, and frco consultation ns to our future
modo of action; and wo will hopo beforo another
years has passed, to disband with a Maine Law
Uy order of the Committee,
WOMAN'S STATE TEMPERANCE CONVENTION. J. C. BATEHAM, Pres't
Papers' throughout tho State arc requested to
WOMEN'S RIGHTS CONVENTIONS.
RATIONAL WOMAN'S RIGHTS CONVENTION.
Pursuant t a vot of adimirnment.
passed at tho Woman's llights Convention held at
.Syracuse, neptemher 8th, V'tlt ami 1 1th, 18.C,
Convention will bo held at Cleveland, Ohio, the 5th
and Oth of October. 1853, to consider the llights of
Citixcnship, and 11I how Mr Women ure entitled
All person, Men nd Women, Who ere willing
to discuss tho great question of Human Jlights,
irrespective of sex, are invited to participate ij tli
proceedings ol tho I (invention, anil thus ttft, liy
casting in their mite to th treasury uf Thowght, in
VR. OAKES Smith.
In behalf of the Central Committee.
Brooklyn, 1, 1, May 16, 1853.
Xorlh Side Main-SI., One Door Went of the Halcm
Uook-btore, aatem, viiu.
Coats, A'osts, Pants, Ac, Made to Order and AVar-
rtmtml tn tme rntistnctum
Tho Tailoring ltusinoss in all his Iwunches, cur
ried on as heretofore.
KOllTH, FUKXCH k 8TEHL1XG,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
i'UUEIGN ASD AMEltlCAM
COTTONS, WOOLFNS, CARPETINGS, &c
COHNHH HANK AND CENTHK-8TS,
A. W. NORTH. LI RE D. FRENCH. SAm'l 8TERI.INO
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
LAI' It IK AND IlAItNAItU
SUCCESSORS OV Z. BAKER,
Cutler't IMtick, nrarly ojtmiile the Jhtut,
AVHVIJ;SALE AND MfiTAIIs PKJrlJS IN
BOOKS AND S'fA'lTONKR? j whore can Im! found
a' full assortment of Books, upon tho various re
forms of the day.
May 12th, 1Sj3.
THK Subscribers are jirst receiving their FaI
m i c to ! nts,- it ttiiUki i, t , if
Also a large Assortment of Bixrts and Shrtei.
Wlddt tTiejf ririVitt fliir osiiaB encitp rates,- .f
Cash m MerrhawtntiH) Produce
t-jr Don't foriiV tl.' rhi.-e, American Ilonsei
Corm'r of Main nut Klrswovttr Streets, Salem, O.
TO.MIlSO?, STItATTON Co
SeptmilK-r 8th, 1853.
s. as.iTTV M. trnr. rn.s.-.i tisns'iS.' Siraai .,
MIUPHY, TIKIIXAN i t(ff
mnrsTERs and wholesale iiealers in
FOREIGN AND D0MLSTIC DRY GOODS,
XO. 48 WOOD HTRKKTt
Rcresil iVst iVrV Ih" St (t flu ii'1,
nt rtiUiWIh fit
A BF. now reedrlng front the Eastern Cities ano
from KiRfE.nch..lee scbs s.nof FALL AVlNTK.r.
DKY (itHiKS, in whi.lr vVill be found nlrtlm mVrsV
ties, as well as the sirtisttrtiil iind staple gnudV
adapted to the present mid rqipronehing season,
which they w ill sell for ivr,- ft approved Ckebit
nt exceedingly low pri.-es. ,
Having every facility for purchns7fo advantage'
together w ith inany years experience'; we at eonft
dent that we cannot I undi-tsold. and brt citstonv:
ers and all others may rest satisfied that f7ees will
be found as low as in ativ Jobbing House, fMi o
AVe vt 111 Veep out a'ssorhttent full during the seV
son, ns a pltrehtiscr wilt be almost constantly in the
AVes dieit nil i:(fv nil, ami will nso our best
cfTorts to give von rntirt N'tisfiu'tioh.
J'itMnnh, Sit. 10, Im.i 1:
10,000 Copies lit Two Wer!
THE MAN OI' A Tllol AXB VR.R
ISAAC T. IIOPPUH,
A Tit I B 1JFK,
DV LVI.IA MARIA CIIILUV
THIS thrilling work is the bhigraphy of one of
the most reniarkiilile men the world lias ever seen.
His deeds of philanthropy and mercy, covering A
rriod of ni'ilrlv folirTo'iirs ysiirs, endenred him not
only to fill, thousand who w"r" fh immedtAto
jmrtit ip illH of his beneficence-, bttt W .111 VTrV fcntr
AVith truth he may bo called the HoWArSft Ot
AMKKICA. Mrs. "Cini.n having sperrt several
year In his family, and being perfectly faWtrhtr
with his history, of all others, was the person to
write "A Tltl'E I.IFK" of tlie tmblo man, and her
task hrts been performed in lier bct mnmierv
t'liim the Sell York (ibterreri
" Ho was a Quake? ef tU.it rnrly sort illustrate.!
bv such idiilanthmiiists as Anthony Meneiet. Thos.
I larksnn, Ifs, r ry. nii.l the like,
l.U HH il r. .,T.l ii,.ii, in, rrr
of the pisir, and the siin'eriug of every knrr; aliW
his life wH an unbroken history of bc'rsfic'tK'i
Tlnmsnnds of hearts will ftd a tunch of grif M
the news of his tlcath, for few men hav so ,ftl.
wealth in the blessings of the poor, and the grstefltt
remembrance of kindness niul lienevolence, as he'
t'r-in the -Vcif York Ti Hnne
"Isaac T. llopp w-s a Ainn of rfWh-ItaM'r
;ndowments, Im.iI. of liea.l lnr hart. Ill clcaf
I UirH rlllUIIIUHIII, Hit 11 1 1 It'll' Mill 11 Hi': III. lllf isi-il
unconsciousness of fear, Ins extraordinary frtcl hv
circumventing plans he wished to frustrate, wMfM
have made him illustrious a the general el sin
army ; and these qualities might have liecohi frtnrfsj
hud they not licen balanced by an unusual degree
of conscientiousness und benevolence. He battled
courageously, not from ambition, but from nnin
Isirit Inve of truth. Ho circumvented as Adroitly
as iUh itirNt nrnetised tiolrtieinn ; but It wirf nlwAvs
to defeat the plutis A those who oppressed Hoi
piM.r-iieer lo ariranet hi ow-a self interest,
Furowell, thou brave Ami kind old friend I Thd
prayers of ransomed ones ascend to Heaven fur thet't
nidf a glori.ai company have welcomed thee to tha
Kterlml Chy 1''
On a plant liTodc of granite, at Greenwood Cctaf
etery, le inscribed 1
IS.tAC T. IIOPPEK
BORX DECEMBKR 3J, 177 1,
ENDEfc win Mr.nR'ii.tofV tux ?f if, l852
" Thou henceforth shalt have a good man's edfm,
A gn-at man's happiness; tliy sal shall find
Repose nt length, firm friend of human kind.''
In .me elegant 12iim, volume, 51 K1 pages with fill
length portrait, on sterb Price $1,25.-
First edition. It is a lssik which will h'nYe' an im-
menso sale.- scan-ely inferior to I'nelo Tom's Cabin,
lor 111 thrilling interest it is not bclnnu that world
renowned tale. Published by
JKAVETT, PROCTOR k AVOUT1UXGTOX.
Sept. 10, 1853.
For sale in Salem, by J. M Mii.lav.-
A General asBortiiHhf of N'ew Ihs.ks ano? Station
erv; Also, a fresh- lot eif WALL tuid WMfDOAV
Just T"ii'I rit JfcMiLLA.V'S n00K-ST0RK
whit-k the pnbHc are requested to call und examine.
THE LIFE OF ISAAVT. IIOFPER, r Mm,
Just recived nt McMillan's Book-Store.-
SABI.ITIVE OF SOLOMON KORTURIP,
A free mnn wlw wus kiduuttd iu 184 f,- nrVd!
rescued in l853f
For mlent McMlLLA.V'S Cook-Store.
tttn Lfuvfs, front t'tlnny's rAritoU,
A Ixxik lhat one could read itith the tooth-ache.
M McMillan's Rook-Store
Ilopct anJ Ikrps for the yoang of both itifi.
At McMillan's IJuok-Store.
Sir.tDY SIDK and SCX NY
Two charming talcs uf pastoral life-
PICKS AVOltKS AND BIBLF.S,
For Sale cheap at McMillan's BtMik-ShirC-
- - -
300 VOLlNiES OF M IX I AT t' RE POETS,
SPV.NCEIi AXD FAIRCIIILD'S
Celebrated Gold Pons. Every PeW wsB?t(rrrfJ
At McMillau'i BookStoro.
MATERIALS fir Artificial Flowt
assortment at tlie Sulcni Btsik-StorO.-
TrJACJREIf'8 WORKS, '
AVI UK, AV1UE AVOltLD AND' Qfc'EriCHY,
At McMillan's Buok-Storo.
White hire nl tnttts 1frW.
At MeMiilan's Book-Store.-
Atlv KINDS Of rHSTORICXA' AND POETI
MEDICAL BOOKS AXD DIC'riOSAUKS,
All kinds of SeltiMil nsks, Slates, Penl-in., Main
and Fancy Stationery, A holvsitle and Rotail at
McMillan's Book Store.
EVEltT BOOK IN THE N1IIKET,
Can he procured hvcallineat J. McMILLAX'S
Cheap RHik-Slore, fivo douib tat ol Ui Town Hull,
JU111 t., eatcui, u,