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LETTER FROM PARKER PILLSBURY.
Dear Mariusi My Work linn commenced in the
Went nndor tlio mint favorahlo and hopeful cir
cumstance. The mooting at Connenutvillo, Linot
yillo, nd Moadville, Pa., wero all well attended
and Indicated a most encouraging intorost. In the
Utter place, our doctrines arc almost entirely new,
Imt except a fow juvenilo demonstrations from
Allegheny College, everything won all that could
ha? boon expected. Thero was one thing obscrv
lable ; and that wiw, no woman came to tha meet
ings. This Is unusual, except in places where only
Free 8oilism is preached for anti-slavery. In such
places, in New England as well as at tho West,
women sometimes stay away. Why should they
not f What have they to do with politics.
In Lincsvillo, there is a littlo hand of nliolitinn-
ista whoso labors, though quiet and unobtrusive,
are yot above all praiso. 1 was greatly indebted
lo Isaao Ilrooks and wifo, for attentions and kind
nesses which nono know how to appreciate better
than an Anti-Slavory Agent, whose home is almost
always away from homo. I havo seldom seen
pwrcr devotion to the causo. Other Inlmrors in the
Lecturing field, have often hnd occasion to witness
to the same generosity and hospitality on thoir part
So too in regard to tho Bishop family and others.
Crossing into Ohio, I commenced in Jefferson.
Free Soil has hero had a strong hold. I lectured
two evenings, to tho best of my power. Tho audi
tnecs woro numerous, and as I thought, attentive.
The contribution however, amounted only to
MdsV Unmistakable hint, that tuy services might not
Vie rcaiiirfcd there nirain at present. Two ladies
Wti Ine husband of one of them, gavo mo a most
friendly and cordial welcome.
I had ono meeting in Anstinburgh, well attonded
considering tho short noticoi Hulikorism there,
political and religious, seemed lutighisliing and
yendy to perish. So far as I coul'il iMrn, thoro will
the fow mourners at its burial, and great uVnrth of
4oara, Yours in much hurry,
LEESBURGH, Sept. 3d,1853.
LETTER FROM MEADVILLE.
7b the Editor of the A. S. Duylei
Drab Sir: Our morally benighted town has
Iiad a visit from Parker Pillshury recently. His
spirit-stirring tones havo tingled in many a dull
dead oar; havo gono down into many a cold cal
lous heart, willing or unwilling, and nro now wor
ding, I trust amid tliis mass of sclfinhncss and in
'clifTerontisin and inhumanity, for tho good of sonic,
if for tho condemnation of some. Out among the
tnuto hills which embosom our villngo hnvo his
words gone to mnko oven them witnesses for or a
Jrainst us as wo havo received or rejected tho treas
ures of truth ho brought us.
I regretted much that Mr. P. hnd not a larger
audienco the two evenings ho lectured horo. llut
then, if wo tuko into account tho prejudice against
bis cause which pervades this community, princi
pally, their fond worship of tho constitution, their
hatred of tho colored race and tho extra exertions
Jiut forth by a few of tho toi ditant leaders of pulc
lic movement, to disparago his labors and cast op
probrium on every ono who would attend his moot
ing, wo shall not bo surprised that his audienco
Was fow and trier t, nay, we shall ratlior wonder that
Khero wore so many as 150 or 200 men whose souls
woro sufficiently thoir own that they could not in
dependently of a vilo, potty public sentiment. But
there woro so many. I rejoice. For tho snko of
this pooplo genorully, I rejoice; for it furnishes me
with reason for tho hopo, that this regiment of the
(groat cirolo of humanity is not entirely given over
for lost. Had Sodom held hnlf tho numbcrof souls
oven so much superior toits dny and surroundings
licavcn's hot vengeance hnd not fallen upon it.
And theso men that attend Mr. P's. lectures were
vhiefly Isino and sinew of tho community; not tho
cowardly priests (with a couplo of houornblo excep
tions) nor tiro truckling politicians nor tho unprin
cipled anglors for public pntrunago or smiles, llut
(ho hnrd-liamlcd, noble-hearted sons of toil the
men who, with their fellows nil over tho country,
re carrying this nation forward to tho subliincst
Victory tho men who arc mainly milking all that is
Intrinsically noblo in tho history of thoir time.
Upon such was it Mr. P's good fortune principally
to act whilo hore ; and I think, a more apparently
susccptiblo audience I have never scon. They
eemcd to bo, nay, they really wcro, completely at
tho control of the lecturer, born away by tho stronm
of his eloqiion co, moved to molting by his pathos
and roused to flrcy indignation by bis vivid portray
al of the injustice and inhumanity wrought upon
mo weax ana lowiy ot uou t household. jotn
figuro or tropo, not a foot or statistic, not a flash of
wit or logical inference was lost upon them. Thoy
Loro the whole away from that hall, and I hesitate
not to assert it as my opinion, that what they heard
from Mr. P., on thoso evenings, is now burning in
thoir bosoms a pent-up firo ready to burst into
tlio clear flame of righteous action, upon fitting oc
casion. Bo assured that if Mr. P. over lcoturos in
this town again his readiest audionco will be that
which greeted his first appearance horo.
I am sanguine as to tlio effect produced by Mr.
Tillsbury upon his hoarora in Moadvillo, you per
ceive, but I trust I do not "reckon without my
host." I spoak that I do know. Lot mo mention
an incident from among many others equally con
elusive on tliis point.
The day boforo Mr. P. arrived hero, I called upon
one of our Democratic Editors a man bitterly op
posed to ovcry kind of Abolitionism, and ono who
holds the opinion thnt a Negro has no soul for tho
purpose of gotting a notico of Mr. P's intended
meetings iiusortod in his paper. Ho told me tho
notice was too late for that week's Issue; "but"
Said he "I'll tell you what I will do. I will give
him a scathing notice in my next paper. A mad
fanatic who raises his unpatriotio hand against the
Union aud the country of Washington, and who
Would dash down tho cup of fruition from our oa-
fter lips, who holds the Christian's hopes and sub.
lime dutiet as abominations, deserves littlo mercy
Croat Uioso who love their country and thbir God."
Well, on the evening of Mr. P's second looturo, I
aw this indignant Editor at the mooting, watched
Mm with intorost, and noticed no more absorbed
hearer than he. The following week I Bearchod
his paper and ould find no such a tirade as, from
bis promise, I had been led to cxpoct. Whethor a
more intimate acquaintance with Mr. P's views hud
anything to do with changing his purposo I know
not; but I think his jtatriotie and christian horror
of Abolitionists is somewhat qualified of lata.
This is only ono instance of what I oould expa
tiate upon, from amidst many others. I omit hore
much of the fluttering criticisms passed upon Mr.
P's abilities as a spoukor. His powers of oratory
were admired by all who heard him; his arguments
were fully consented to by many, and oven thoso
who differed from his method of thought aud action
acknowledged the soundness of his premises, the
fairness of most of his conclusions, the correctness
of his citations and tho general invulnerability of
his position. The only qualifier they could cnll up
to nil this was, that ho did not discriminate, and
that he Imputed wrong motivos in cortnin cases.
At tno closo of tho last meeting, a collection was
taken up which resulted in the contribution of some
few dollars. I was very gratefully disappointed at
this, for I hnd feared that Mr. P's uncompromising
candor and plainness of speech would havo pro
cured for him from our villngo conservatives a far
different kind of payment.
And now what inference may tho friends of the
slavo dorive from Mr. F's reception in this town
and tho effects he produced on many minds
hero. Surely one of hopo and joyful encour
agement, of faith In tho otnnipotenccof Ood's eter
nal Truth and Love, and of confident, unceasing
reliance in the ultimnto and near victory of Liberty
and Bight over Slavery and Wrongi Tho morning
light Is breaking In glory on every land, Tho dar
kest corners are being mnde bright. Even our own
littlo neglected region enn no longer shut out the
beams of Truth. Tho light that streams upward
in the Eastern sky blesses us too with its holy radi
ance The human heart will surely leap up to that
light and catch its Heavenly inspiration. It will
hero as elsewhere, at no distant day, burst assun
dcrtho fetters of low prtjjodice, and odd indiffcr
enco and hard selfishness. It has hero, as well as
elsewhere, rapacities, and powers and affections
which will generously rcpny tho hand of the culti
vator. But it must be cultivated. Did you only
see with what dr dorahlo assiduity that other kind
of culture is being prosecuted, your soul would
sicken, unless your faith in the perennial goodness
of man and tho over ruling Providence of Uod were
firmly rooted. Iid wo all clearly seo with what
fearful and patient persistence tho wind is being
sown, which will render to tho reaper the whirl
wind of death and destruction soma day, our en
thusiasm, it seems to mo, would bt) fitnntd to n
Thoro is no concealing tho glorious fact that our
causo is progressing, it is finding A foothold in
most places. All that is ncoded now is llyhtt
Every friend of Koform is, now more than ever,
called upon to act to aid in hastening this bthor
And greater coming of Christ. The glorious future
becVihs them onward. Tho past with its treasures
of experience, tho present with its rndiant outlooks
call upon them to uduncc, There nro many sotils
now struggling in tho blackness of moral midnight,
which might bo translated into tho light nnd glory
of Truth at the sound of Mr. rillsbury's voice.
And they mutt get whut thoir souls, unconsciously,
it may be, hunger after. It is our duty, it should
bo our joy, to give it to them. Tho incfnblc, inar-
ticulnto longings of theso souls, even now besiege
tlio Almighty's throne, and will bo satisfied if not
thrmiyh us, then tcitlmul and occr us. "Thou Etcr-
nnl Providenco, will cnuso tho dny to dnwm"
I hope Mr. P. or some other of your lecturers
may be induced to come this way again. Tho way
is open and (ha field looks nioro promising than in
my most sanguine moments I had hoped for. Givo
us light now, if possible.
This communication is a week later than it should
have been, in consequence of tho illness of your
correspondent. I am, dear sir,
Voure for tho
THOMAS J. CONNATTY.
Mf.aovii.le, Crawford Co., Pa., 1
Soptomlier 2nd, 1853. J
LETTER FROM INDIANA.
JAY Co, Indiana, Sept, 1st,1853.
Friend M.vims: I want room in tho Bugle, to
mnko a brief reply to what is said by John 1),
Copcland, in regard to a communication of mine.
I said in that communication, " It seems to mo, that
if Horaco Mann is corroct in asserting tho nnti
slavery character of tho Constitution, that slaves
only hnvo to bo mado acquainted with the fact, U
enable them to ccaso running to tho British domin
ion for protection." So it did, and so it dues yet
secui to mo, that if Horaco is correct in his view of
tho antr-slavcry character of the Constitution) that
they (tho slavos) havo only to bo mado acquainted
with tha fact, &e. And again I said, " Bat Horace
Mann knows that tho Constitution gives to tho
slaveholder certain privileges which enable him to
pursue and capture his slavo in any Stato or Terri
tory into which ho may have fled. It will not, I hwpo,
bo denied by friend Copclnnd, that Horaco Mann is
ignorant of what has been doing undor the author
ity of the Constitution. What, therefore, lifts been
dono iu tho green tree may bo dono in the dry ono,
unless it can be arrostod by tho controling power of
public sentiment. It matters not, with mo, how
tho thing is effected, so that it be pcacnbly accom
plished, as my dosircs are for tho slave's deliverance
from his present bondago.
Tho Constitution is somewhat similar to tho Bi-
blo; that is, it moans just what public sontimcnt
mukes it moan. In regard to what is said by friend
Copclnnd, about the pro-slavery character or anti-
slavery character of the Constitution, in rospcut to
his first inquiry. What clauses mark tho Constitu
tion as pro-slavery T I will say, that Art. 1st, Sec
2d ; Art. 1st, Sea. Oth ; and Art. 4th, Soo. 2d, cm-
hrnco a part of the pro-slavery olnusos,which I think,
mark the Constitution as pro-slnvory as tlio slave
holder could wish ; and tlio Madison Papers show
how theso Articles and Sections here rofcrrcd to,
wcro understood at that day, and by those who
participated in tho discussion that the Constitution
gavo riso to ; nnd I will say, that ono cannot road
thoso papers without blushing with deepest, shamo,
to think what a devilish comproiniso was thon and
thero entered into. Will friend Copoland say, by
what authority tho United States troops woro sent
down into Virginia, to quell Nat. Turner's insurrec
Allow ono more sentiment, and thon I am dono.
And that is, as soon as some Commissioner or
Judge shall decide against the right bf one man to
hold property in man, then slavery will coaso to
exist, and it may be that it is tending to tins point.
God grant it may bo, is my humble prayer, for I
will hail any means that is instrumental in bring
ing about so desirable an object as releasing tho
bondman from his galling chains.
With joy, I romuin at ever, thine in tho cause of
humanity, not wishing to be trammoled by church
or government. J. Y. HOOVER,
Thi Richmond Examiner admits "the molanchol.y
docline of Virginia," but refuses to see in the ex
tensive emigration of pooplo from tho Stuto, a oauso
of anxioty aud regret. In fact, emigration is. a
good thing, and tho flight of inhabitants a blessing
to a country; the only healthy tondency of an agri
cultural region is toward largo estatos and spurso
population; (wnut a pity v irgima should nave more
than ono owner and inhabitant!) thoso who migrate
loave a freer fluid to tho enorgy and industry of
thoso loft behind; industrial enterprises and man
ufactures should not bo much desired by tho South;
nnd it is wholosoin for a Stato to grow slowly, and
havo its maturity roturdedl (Whut a bad country
the ITnitod States must bo to como to!)
Tins Is tlio sort ot nourishment loauoroa out
to the Democracy of Virginia by their ablest wri
tors. If such nonsonse finds a market thero, how
ever, it't no busiuss of ours. 1'i iOttnc.
News of the Week.
RAIL ROAD ACCIDENT.
On Wednesday afternoon its on extra Freight
train was passing up tho gradd nfc'or tho Franklin
Square station, the boiler exploded,' throwing tlio
locomotive and tender over endwise off the track,
leaving tho trnin of nrs to pass on withont injury.
Mr. S. R. Colby, the conductor was found dead Im
mediately under tho engine. Tho fireman had
both his legs broken and wns otherwise so badly in
jured that ho died within a fow hours. The en
gineer wns found sitting by a tree scvornl rods
from tho place of explosion considerably scalded,
but he and another individual, who wns also injur
ed are lioth in a fair way of recovery. Tho engin
eer can givo no account of how he got to tho place
whore ho was found. The train was a hoavy ono
and slipped upon the track, and to ovorcomo the
grade, which is one of tho most difficult ones on the
rond, it is supposed that too great a head of stenm
wns accumulated, which occasioned tho accident,
but of this nothing is certainly known. The dead
bodies were brought to this place on tho evening of
' Mr. Colby was formerly from Massachusetts,
where his friends reside was a Tory gentlcmonly
and worthy mnn. Soma two months sinco ho suf
fered from an accident on tho road, by which his
hand was disabled. Wo have not learned the
nnmo of tho other mnn killed, his friends wo nro
told rcsido near Courtney's station.
New Map'.-'-A nt find bonutiful map of North
America, Is now offered for sale in this county, by
Mr. Taylor, the Agent. It is, wo should think from
a hasty examination,- a very accurate one, and ex
hibits the most recent changes in names, Riiilr'Wds,
tho Ilackmiin and polico officer wllo rtttemptfd
the kidnapping in Cinsinnnti last week, hftve been
bound over for trial for the offence in tho turn of
$ 1,000 each,
Tho Nowspapcr Compositors of Pittsburgh, havo
given notice that they will not work for their pres
ent wngos, longer than this week. In consequence
of Which tho Dhpatih advertises for six or eight
yoting women to learn the business
Rise or Bur ad Stitfs. Flour is said to have ad-
Annccd $1,50 per barrel in N. Y. sinco tho 13th of
4 . o i, . .
August. Speculators nro wido nwnko for operrt-
gust. Speculators nro wido nwnko for opera
tions in wheat and flour. A scarcity exists in Sov
ornl countries of Europe, which hns occasioned tlio
. ... . H
A CONCRESSIONAI SLAVE TrAPER. C. J. lliulk -
ncr, M. C. Virginia, recently sold two slntct for!
twelve hundred and fifty dollars oachi
GoonciL BtTKiNnnAM, has been proposed hy lite'
Frc'd Democratic Central Committee, ns candidate
for Lieutenant Governor, in place of Judge Bissel,
declined. Tho Ravenna Star, is displeased with
mis. us r.iunir would navo prcicrrca tnnt tne,
place had not been stipplied and tho Frco Demo-
crats left frco to voto for Allen, tho Whin Cttndl -
. . . ... -n
date, who is a progressive and a Maino Law man.
Tue Muskingum Co. Temperance Alliance, rec
ommends, that tcmpcranco mon voto for Lowis and
I.v Columbus, the rumsellcrt have beon alarmed
lest tho Democratic Candidates should prove uirr
(luuly and have taken preliminary steps to nomi
nate new ones, who shall bo soakers aud no tnts-
State Fairs. Ex cursion Tickots to tho Ohio
Stuto Fair nt Dnyton nnd tho Pennsylvania Fair at
Pittsburgh, can bo had at Salem and other tickot
offices along tho Ohio and Pennsylvania Road.
TiiRni-cti TitKCTS to Philadelphia, can bo hndat
tho Rail Road offices at Alliance and Salem I'Iuce
A mob of Irishmen assaulted Welch's circus
last week, in Somerset. They soiiscd the public
arms. Two men wcro killed and othors wounded
The rioters wore afterwards arrcstod.
Tho Jorry Rcscuo Trials oro to bo attempted
ngmn at Cananduigua, on the 2ith mst. Millard
Fillmore, with all his teal, was unable to couvict a
singlo man for violation of the Fugitivo Act. It
is now to bo tried under Dcmocrutio auspices.
lilt what succoss, wo shall sco.
Tho Anti-Slnvery Reporter snys that 0,049 slaves
hnve been imported into Cuba, during tho five
months ending the 1st of May, embracing fifteen
Bishop Doane, of Now Jersey, has been f ir
some timo on trial beforo a bench of Biidiops of
tlio Protostant Episcopal Church. Thero aro thirty
ono charges tabled against him, including fraud in
various forms, false swearing, and drunkonnoss.
Some of tho Frco-Soilora of Clovoland, opposed
to the fusion," held a meeting on Saturday last
Messrt.Wado and Spellman advocated "the fusion,"
and Judgo Spaulding and George Bradburn op
posed. Mcasurot wcro taken to hold a nominating
convention on tho ttli inst. A resolution was
also presonted proposing tho establishment of a
now paper, as tho organ of the party. It Was
finally laid upon the tublo.
The Anti-Slavery Standard gives An account of
tho rcscuo of a slave woman froln her mistress, at
Elmira, N Y. The mistress had brought tho wo
man as a nurse from Missouri. A gentleman on
tho oars, noticed both of the fumalo travellers, sus
poctod their relation, inquiry confirmed his sus-
Aions, a writ of Habeas Corpus was sued out,
and aftor a hearing, tho woman was proclaimed
free, and discharged from the service of her
pACinc Rail Road, Cob Benton writes to the
National Intelligencer, that he has Itttulligrnoe from
the company oxploring tho middle route for the
Paolfie Railway, that thoy have found nut a pass,
merely, but a valley running through the mount
ains, good for railroads and settlements ; so that
the problem is solved, for summer travel. Col,
Freemont has started on a winter exploration, and
will deoido hat it will bo in that season of the
your. Mr. Benton tays :
Thus, thoro are many passes, tomo not vol seen
by our mountain men, in that quarter. Tlio I'tah
Indians say there nro five tlirough tho Sierra Blnn
ca alone, proving Freomont's theory, that tho moun
tains in that region are not continuous ranges, but
detached blocks, on a table land of six or seven
thousand feet high, batWvon which blocks the first
of topographical engineer, tlio old buffalo bulls,
lay out thoir roads.
llcspoclfully, yours, Thomas H. BkMoK.
Pr. Baily has returned from Enmpe
price of slaves Is sPadi! Increasing in the southern
market. A pc'pAr pthlilirl in the Magyar
inngnngo is nbout being start il1 In New York.
Brigliam Young acknowledges th6'rcoipt of a do
nation of Bibles, from tho Bible Society. He asks
for nioro. The N.Y.Stato F. Democratic Conven
tion refused to incorporate tho Maine Law into their
platform TlerrH Sifflth c.ti'trilW'I oW thou
sand dollars to the relief of th New Orleans suf
A destructive fire" oern'fY'l alASi-istn,
Mo., on tho 3d iust, -'-Juhn W: Diivis, of Ind.,
tins lmm nppointed Governor t-f Oregon. 1 At
the late Maino Lnw discussion irt Oornmbns, every
"innn present votea lorproinimion. i iintnns
l-orwin will deliver the opening address at the State
Fair at Dayton. -Barnum Is in Wisconsin lec-
luring on temperance. flcnerol Cnss hns de
clined the mission to France. 800 scholars is
tlio regular attendance nt the Circlevillo Union
School, Tho Augusta Constitutionalist, pub-
hMios a letter from General Dix, approving of the
llaltimoro plntform nnd fugitivo slavo law.-
Hail road accidents nro thick as usual. The Editor
of tlis Pittsburgh Dispatch encountered thrco seri
ous ones in a trip last week, to Baltimore nnd back
A Build Convention Is to be held in Cnnflcld
commencing on the 28th Inst. "The yellow
fever is subsiding nt New Orleans, hut Is prevailing
along the river and at Mobile. Tho Kentucky
Whigs have a majority of eight in each branch of
Ex-President Van Bnren has mnde nrrnngemcnts
to spend the coming winter in Switzerland.
Niaoara Fai.(.s, Sept. fl. Shortly nfu-r o'clock
this morning what was left of Tnhtc Ucwh fell with
a tremendous crnsli. The- projecting rock is now
tut Next Plitsinxxt. fke Keirark Xtermrj,
Announces Di'kcam N. Ixcrahar, of South Caro
lino, for President in 1H56.
Ahi.AND. Tho ropnrt in circulation that Ash
land had lieon disposed of nt private sole, is con
tradicted hy the Observer f- Jirjmtier. By tho will
of Mr. Clnv, tho property is to Iks sold at publio
sale to the highest bidder, and it will bo so disposed
of on tho 20th of September.
Ifow to Drt Peacies. Take thoso of the best
litnllty, jlist ripo enough to cat, hiilvfl them, ro-
hinvo tho stones, ami sprinkle ovfr them, in the
hollow from which the pit was taken, n little nice
i""! : 'V? l'"'1" in ,,rit;lc Cn nfttr tlld brcnd'
i Ac, is withdrawn.
frqT-'i'ho Post-Office Department recently decided
that under tho lnw of 1S52, a subscriber residing
in the county in which a pn)er mny be printed nnd
published, is entitled to receive it throuirh the
i ni;1'ls free of postage from the post-office within the
, ,,XX nf wl,i,.. I.o mar rn.i.ln. even ,.,
office ninv bo situated without tho limits of the
MTTho ladv of the Into Dr. John II. Rice, of
Virginia, hns liberated her twelve slaves, in order
th their emigration to Liberia. Among them was
tno wile and the eight children of a mnn owned on
,i". r.,,,: .. m. i,. ..,.i
A purt'of tho slaves owned by Dr. Rice nt tho
!,l",, ' his ilecense, havo already eono to Liberia,
1 1. i r i .i . u i. n -ii i i
he hnving freed them nil .by his will, nnd made
provision for their removal. But tho estate, after
tho payment of debts, proved insufficient for tho
Rival Cities. Now Hnven and Hartford, Con
necticut, aro nvnl towns. Hero is a specimen of
tlioir rivalry, copied from tho Now Haven Ueyinter:
"irnrtfbrd I always trvinr to outshine our eitv.
Let ns do what wo will. Hartford mies rinlit Aft
n,i iinA. tk. ti.: i ti .i ,
............ , , , ... n,ci iiiu iiui.-r uiiv, ono
"T.i :'r:.K:.nLft.,'n, ' VVTf ,0 U"",C,V!
mado a mother in the ladies saloon, nt tho station
house. Well, what do the Hartford folks do, but
go nnd get up the very next day. a similar caso in
tho station houso in that citvl " When will nonnln
ccaso to bo envious? "
AxTi-Si.AvrRr Festival ix Rochester. Tho
Ladies of the Rochester Anti-Slavery Society, pive
notice in fttlrriek Doanlnim' Patter, that thev will
hold their Third Annual Festival in DccomW kotI
at Corinthian Hall. "Tho object of this festival.
they stnto, is to ruise funds, to bo devoted to as-
"sisting fugitives on their way from tho houso of
"bondage to a land of lilK-rty, nnd tho diffusion of
"Anti-Slavery knowledge, by speech and by press,
tlirough the country."
State Fair at Davtox. tho citizens of Dnvlnn
hold a meeting on Friday evenini Inst, to make
nrrnngemcnts tor accomodating tlio immense crowd
which is expected to bo present nt the Stnto Fnir.
R. W. Stoelo. Eso... of Davton: resident niemlier
of the Stnto Bonrd, requests editors to mention, in
answer to numerous injuries, thnt articles enn bo
entered for exhibiton up to 12 o'clock M., on Tues
dny, September 20th. Also, tho pnvment of $1,00
eniuies nn exiiiiuior nnn nimily to admission to the
grounds during tne fnir, nnd to exhibit as ninny
Hiucivn nn no or suo mny own.
J Counterfeit ono dollar notes are in circula
tion -on tho I mon Bunk of Boston. Thoy aro to
well executed as to deceive the best judges.
Restitution. -The Washington Vninn soys tho
treasurer of tho United Slntos. on tho 8th inst.. re
ceived from tho Rev. John. F. Hickey one thousand
dollars, as a restoration to tho treasury of the Unit
ed States, by tome person whoso name' it not given.
Goi.DSCHmnT'sOi'ERA of tho "Littlo Dniichtor"
has beon produced, but it turns out to be a littlo son.
"That angel," Jenny, has presented her husband
with a littlo ehcmb, without wings, but a splendid
pair of lungs. Father and mother aro lioth delight
ed with the music,
At NEwLisnoxi Ohio, on the afternoon of Sundnv.
Sept. 11th, about thrco o'clock, some children nluv-
ing in a stable belonging to Judge llARiuron, it is
supposed, fired tho hay in tho mow. and nil mode
their escapo except ono, Daniel Tiiomi-son, son of
air. jiLNE.ET luom-soN, aged ubout ten yours, who
perished in the flames.
Tue Missino BlaVes rhoii Portsmouth. Va
The telegraph reports thnt tho British ship " Sam
uel," for St. John, N. B., supposed to hnve runaway
neflrrooson hourd.wasovorhuulcd in Hamntnn Ui.n.la
and two negroes, and a marine Who hud deserted
from the ship " Pennsylvania," were found on bonrd.
Capt. Norris, of the "Sumuol," and tho fugitives,
wore taken to Portsmouth, and committed for ex
amination. Capt. N., it is said, took no part in the
transaction, being much surprised at the discovory.
It was the rascally crew that had the humanity.
Some ehnp in Fitchbuftf stole a watnrmollnn
from a patch, and lost hit ocketbook contuiuing
$5000. The owner of the melons after finding tho
money, advortised that ho had a fow mora left of
the same tort.
WasIIINUTOX. Sent. .0 Cab TVrncir utnWn.l r...
New York tivdnv. nnd will ("..rll.irol. ..i.,...
about tho 1st of OcUibor, a " National Union Coni-
promiso Journal," to bo called The iV. Tho
Presidont feels a d
and entertains a high opinion of the tttlonla and
orthodoxy of Col. Forney
Anniversary at Andover. Tim 47 Hi annis.
sary of the Andover Tha.h
colobrutod on Wodnosday. In tho aflerniMin, Prof.
Biblical Literature The
...... una iiiuiicuni lnw OI11CO. OH 1'rnliiiuuir i.l
address was, "tho universality of the inspiration
ui uio mine i ana ins olyoct was, to show that
uYrj portion oi me Uihlc the Old Tostament as
wen as uio xow -was given by inspiration of God.
The highest salnry paid1 to enmnron school tonch-
ers in Crcftinati, is ftio per mohfh.
Dr. ltotn S. lownshenif is a' cnVi$d;te for the
State Sennto in the lorain District.
N. Y. Cbvsti, Pav"I umt (4 Mbitors,
The ''Spiritual UnivArsn"' is fr'icd on a newly
invented press, tho invention bein fhnl rtf a medi
um, "who, was assisted in his work by spirit Im
prcssionsi" CfAst FfD fffsss. One of the t'lrliJiifnAi'jonr
nnls hostile following statement relative to a new
kind of rood adopted by thVDiger Indians," as
they sfri called.1
There nro two oonsnfer'n't'd'fc' Jndiim village in
this vicinity at the present time nn4 the' Indians,
wno loosed ns lenn mm gniint as hiilt-lannshed
wclvs during tho past winter. nfw rfpfSar to be en
j"Vin J'1 luxuries tlnitnn nhntutan't supply of
clover, im" ifn oceitsiirtinl one' of beef rind bread can
afford.- Tli hitta H thi' vicinity n'r terdunt with
ni-e tender clovcr.whiATi i divourc'4 by th"? poor
savage w ith as much gusto as nn rpicnrc'w'hild de
vour h most diiinty disfr: They gather the clo
ver in baskets mid preiinT it for t bt heating
large stones and placing a lnicrofc!o wTl mois
tened lctween each lny'r of ston'-'s.- It soon be
comes rendy for use, and each one of thW will eat
n supply of clover thus prepared that wotkf Utmost
satisfy a horso.
Receipts Bugle for the week ending Sept,14.
Sioirrfl Meredith, Berlin, $ 1 ,50-470
T. S. IICssi'll. YYovmontN.' 1.IKM"
Thomas D. Tomlinson, Sulnn, 1.50-4.T7
Carver Tomlinson,- Mngn'diij l,5lM4ti
Ooorgo Wiley, Salrtrt; 1,5(M('.5
Isnae SUikesbury, East FiiirficlS, 3,IKI-:i!l
William McClain, Salem, 25--JC:l
Kphraim Smith, " l.(MM-!
L. II. 1'nrk, La Hurpc, 2,00-4X3
Mary Haines, Teinpernnccvillc, 1,50-400
Adna Silvers, Berlin, 2.00-470
Sherman Enos, Ypsilanti, l,5Ml!4
Henry Sutton, " 1,50-4114
Jacob Cornell) Smyrna, 75-440
A. B. Jdhnson, " 75-440
Klins Dntnil, " 75-440
Robert Sinionton, Decrsvilloy TM-Iti
A. Aubl, " 75-440
John lYltolL u . 75-440
lTwis Hies, 1st ITaska, 1,50-404
Robert ti. Ls'vmnn. Wevniotllhi 1.50-404
John Davis, sVubenvillo', 1,50-404
J. II. Oould, Deorfidd, 1,50-104
Ooorgo Gge, Scio. 2,00-20
K. .1. (Iilibons, .Salem, l,rIH(i4
E. M. McGowcn, Alliance, 1,50-42
Jane R. Jennings, Akron, H,0O-45X
Y illium Ingorsol, (Irafton, fi,0O-4o
W. L. Sutherland, Litchfield, 2.00-201
A. Mattison, " 2,00-27
H. Ranger, " I.IHK13H
Stephen I. Smith, " 1,IHV4:!0
Peter Austin, Wollsvilld, . 75-4:18
Win. McClain, Salem, 1,25-454
Silas W. llettes, Cuyahoga Falls, 1,50-404
Hoopcs Bailey, East Wcstvillo, 1,50-430
CONCLUDED FROM LAST WEEK.
John Pontius, $2,00, Cash, 31 cts., Joseph Shinri,
1.00, Gi Ki Barker, 1,00, Simeon Sharp, 4,00, E. F.
Curtis, 2,00, Mr. Shyder, 25 cts., John T. Hunter,
ft? ru tr!! i ftj e nn i. i. mi r ri it
v. iieiuiiii.ii, o.inr. u . ii. iiiMiuruwiii, uin., tiuniaii
Buck, 1,00, Lewis HollingsWorth, 1,00, A Friend,
1,00, Si L. Huxley, 23 cU;, Matilda Walton, 50 cts.,
Clayton Sharp, 2,00, Enos Kldridgc, 1,00, Honry
A illis, 5,00, Joseph Hogg, 5,00, J, & A. Deniing,
5,00, Timothy White, 5,00, Isnco Brooks, 10,00,
Mary Jenkins, 5,00, J. M. Holmes, 5,00,DnvidGnl
breath, 5,00, Georgo Holmes, 5,00, Elizabeth Nick-
crson, 6,00, B. C. Gilbert, 5,00, Sarah Hcighto'n
5,00, J. H. Hoighton, 6,00, Sarah Hninos, 1,00,
Cynthia Carter. 1.00. Mahlon Erwin. 3.00. Kmilv
. . J
niiiViimgor, iv, cts., Llurissa t. use, 76, cts;, j.lir.o
Wickorshnm, 25, eta., Nancy Case, 60, cts., Alvira
White, 50, cts., Chnncey Harmon, 1,00; Elisabeth
Morgan, 2,00, Georgo Wheeler, 50, cts., D. T. Hor-
iott 1,00, Thomas Thompson, 1,00, D. C. Irish, 60
A. McGowan, 1,00 John Cudwaladcr, 1,00, L. Er
win, 1,00, Chester NUsh, 6,00 J. Elisabeth Jones
5,00, Halo concert, Nult proceeds 25,37 Almira
Whito, 50, cts., Joseph Barker, 10.C0- B. & S
Bown, 20,00, Fxra Clark, 6,00, II. C.Williamson,
5,00, M. R. Robinson, 5,00, Samuel Mycrs.5,00
Mary Brown, 1,00, Joseph Nash 1,00,8. Purdy,
1 3,00, A. Brooke, 5,00, A. B. Sil vers, 6,00 Stncy
Grnnt, 1,00 John Smith, 5,00, M. S. Buck, 6,00,
ErnstuB Cusc, 1,00, Cnsh, 3,00, Georrn King, 1,00,
Stacy Nichols, 3,)0, Joel Pegg, 1,00 8. Mcndttnhnl!,
1,00, Win. Watson, 6,00, Amos Brosius, 1,00, J. T.
Allen, 1,00, James S. Miller, 1,00, J;W, Wallcut,
1,00, Ji C. Armstrong 1,00 Cash, 2,00, E. Sprnguo,
1,00, Ezra Burton 1.00 J. W. Church, l.O, David
Townsend 1,00, A. Fibber, 1,00, Elisabeth McMil
leu, 1,00, Nancy S. Thiiycr, 47, cts., Mary Frantx.
15, cts., Smith Edwards, 5,00,P. L. Chapman, 1,00
A. Case, 25, cts., A. II. Wright, 3,00, F. P. Brown,
1,00 E, F. Allnmon, 1.0C.J. F. Whituioro, 2,00, S. P.
Alderman, 44,cts., Sumuol Carter, 1,00, D. C Thay
er 45, cts., A. B. Parmotor, 04,ctsi F. Ci Reovo, 1,00
A. Shipman, 25, cts., II. Limllcy, 1,00, A. K. Wil
liamson, 25. ctB., C. R. Petry, 22, cts., E. T. Ilig-
beo, 35, cts,, II. Evans, 1,00, II. Spellman, 50, cts.,
G. Whcolor, 26, cts., N.G. Wright,25 cts J. B. Enos,
27, cts., L. C. Reovo, 1,00, H. A. Reovo, 50, cts., a.
l'nrkor, 25, etsi, Other Friends utNcw Lymo5,25,
Simon Meredith, 2,00, Ann Borton, 50, cts., L.
Edwards, 60 ctsi, K. Shipman, 25 cts.
All porsons who havo paid money, nnd do not
find it credited, please notify tho Treasurer.
J. McMILLAN, Treasurer.
JERRY RESCUE CELEBRATION.
AT SYRACUSE, OCTOBER 1, 1853—SECOND ANNIVERSARY.
Tho ttcehd Anhlversav of the Rnseunnf tlm m.n
Jerry, from the hands ot'Kiknnppors, at Syracuse,
on tho first dny of October, 1H5I, will be duly celo-
iii iui-u in una cnv, uu oaiuruuy, tuonrsi uay ol Oc
Tho invitation is to all lovers of Justice and kind
ness throughout the land. That Rescue was the most
signal and einphatio vindication of the absolute su-
fremacy ot law that has evor ocourod in America,
ta beneficent influence in Awakenine kind and peni.
ul aymputhy iu mun for bis followiiiun, enduring
wrong untteruble, is beyond human computa
tion. It is a bright star of hope to the oppressed in
all the nations of the earth. It it the key-note to
tho Song of Universal Freedom. Ititnn exempli
fication worthy of imitation on oVery spot on this
...uu v.uui vi uio glorious American doctrine,
that "UcsUtuntiitaTijranUitoUdtKHct to God."
W. L. Crakoal,
TiioXab W. White,
Syracuse, August 15, 1853
J. W, LnarEN,
The Ohio Yearly meeting of TrogressiVoFrionds
will bo held at Salem Columbiana County Ohio.
Commencing on Scvonlh-dny tho 21th of tho Ninth
month 1853. All interested in the promotion of
practical roligion and human progression are invi
ted to atleudand participate in its deliberations.
PROGRESSIVE FRIENDS. SEMI-ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN
The m"TiTi-rs and friends of the AmorVnn Antiv
Slayer Sei f n hereby notified lm a semi-
annua meeting of fhe Society will ! he!d 8Y-
RACL'oB, W, f y W Wieting't Hall, on Thba
and FnAy, Sept 2!th and 30th. At this in de
signed Jh psff steeommodation of onr Wcs
tern coirrjtrsv a ittHwM for the furtherance ot
mr cauc nchoWII.-H Iw hoped that lull repre
sentation wtH r presif isl the spirit and with the
seal of primitive at.? kwhm Every enort will
he made by the friend ff fafcaso to give a hoa
piUibl reicfptinn, m frfr rt pylablo, to those
who may eon tfiHi ft tfMrtrtc fhm will be no
lurk of able smd dort pkr. The firs
eclingof the seyirt wiH be hM4 tm Ts)ir-y, at
Ityo'cbs-k, A. M.
In behalf of the Factitive Corrtwttrt',
WM. LLOYD OAHM)N, Pmi4tnl,
SfMt II. OAr,JSffrrfW'
rirtTn llain Annunl Meeting of Pwfcfflwrite- 1
Friend will m hht at Green Plain, Clark Co, 0y
on the' second ssntll thf in tho 10th mo, 1853;
Friends hsx will btj flnsd to have the oompany
of all who fild Uft interest in the1 movement.
WOMAN'S RIGHTS CONVENTIONS.
NATIONAL WOMAN'S RIGHTS CONVENTION.
A r.4i-i..--Piirsunnt to a Tote of adiodrnmenf.
passed at the Womnn's Rights Convention held at
Syrncns, SntMnfr flth,- tth and Mth, 1X52,
C.inventiori w ill rt held lit t'lrtvolnnd, thfo. thSth
nnd Gth of October, lft, trt nUT the Right t
Citisenshipi and in bow' fir Wunim ctrtf entitleJ
All porsons, Men and WohfPh, Vho df8 Willirt
to discuss tho great questions of Human IlifelfM,
irrespective of sex, are invited tt partlsipsHH ih tfitj
proci!edin of the Convention, niti thus aid, by
easting in their mite to th treasury of Thought, in -evolving
the Truth; '
E. OAEES SMITH.
lo behalf bf the Central Committee.
Brooklyn,1.,1., May 16,1853.
From the pasture of the subscriber near Salem,
on the 14th mst. two Unj Mart. One 4 years old
nnd the other nine years. Tho hind feet of the lat
ter nrc uliitc.
Any person giving information or returning them
win no rewarded lor ins trouble,
A General assortment of New Books and Station
ery I Also, afresh lot of WALL nnd WINDOW
Just opened at McMILLAN'S BOOK-8TORE,
which tho publin are requested to call and examine.
TTtB LIFE Of ISAAC t. HOttEIi, ot Mitt.
Just recived at McMillan's tWk StorO.
NARRATIVE OP S0L0S0.1 NofcTURtr,
A free man, who vat kidnapped in 1841, atid
resulted in 1853,
For Halo at McMILLAN'S Book-Stort,
Frfn Lcnvtn from FttMrty'a Portfttllo,
A book that one could read tciih the tooth-ache
At McMillan's Book-Store.
Ilojiri and flclpi lor the rooog of both Kiel,
At McMillan's Book-Store.
SHADY SIDE and SUNNY 6IDE
Two charming tales of pastoral life.
DICKS WORKS AND BIBLES,
For Sulo cheap at McMillan's Book-Store.
300 VOLUMES OF MINIATURE POETS,
At McMillan's Book-Store.
SPENCER AND FAIRCHILD'H
Celebrated Gold Pens. Evory Pen U lrTanlctl
At McMillan's Book-Storo.
MATERIALS for Artificial Flowers. A full
assortment at the Salem Book-Store.
WIDE, WIDE WORLD AND Qt'EECltt,
At McMillan's Book-StirD,
White Slave nni I nclt tottt,
At McMillan's Book-Store.
ALL KINDS OF HISTORICAL AND POETI
At McMillan's Book Storei
MEDICAL BOOKS AND DICTIONARIES,
All kind rtf School Books, fltato. Pencils. Phun
and Fancy Stationery, WhulosaJo and Retail at
McMillan's B'jok SuirOi
EVEliV boon In the ratnufct,
Can be nrocured bv calling at J. M.iMft.I.Altf'a
Cheap Book-Storo, fivo doors East of tho Town HulL
t..:.. c.l n
.IIUIU-OI., 131I1U1H, u.
THE Subscribort are just luooivina tlieir Fall
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BJEKHSWARE, If, tt.
Also a large assortment of Boots and Shocsi
Which they offer at their usually thbttp rttCs, for
Cash or MorchnnUtblo Produce.
bar Don't forgtit tbtl
tilrtco. Amnriean Houso.
Coruor of Main and
Ellsworth Streets-, Salem, O.
f OMLIXSON, STRATf Oft I Co.'
September 8th, 1853. ;
s. luitll knrur,
MURPHY, TIERNAN ft CO-,
IMPORTERS AND WUOLKSALK bkALfclU IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
ATO. 48 WOOD STREET)
Bmob door stovt the St. CtaulD llotst,
ARF. now receiving from the Eastern Cities and
from F.rRni'E.aohoice solocionof FALL ft WINXiill
DRY GOODS, in wliiuh will be found all the novel
ties, as well as the substantial and staple goods,
adaptod to the present and approaching season.
wlncU tliey will soil lor cash, or approveu cssimt,
at exceedingly low prices.
Having every facility for purchasing to advantage,
together with muny years exporionou, wo are vuiiH
.Imit that we cannot bo undersold, aud otir custom
ers and all others may nwtsalistied that pi-ices will
bo found as low as iu any donning iiou, cast or
Wa will keen our assortment full during the sea
son, as a purchaser will bo almost constantly in tha
We solicit an early call, and will use our be
effoi U to give you ouliro satiufuctiou.
. Viltiluiyh, &it. 10, 1803. .