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THE FIRST OF OCTOBER.
The dny that, spite of nil the. powers of darkness,
Is destined to bo fin-ver memorable, to (lie honor
f the hearts nnd nrms of the citisens of Syracuse,
broke fairly upon tiro, enthusiastic pilgrims of Free
dom, who, from every pnrt of 'old Onondngo,'
throngedto our city to cerebrate, the day.
The meeting had been appointed at the Unitarian
Church, liut, at the lust moment, tho Common
Council re-eoiifidnred their former action, and
granted the use of the City Hall for tho pupnso.
That apartment was accordingly crowded at an
arly hour, and hundreds went away unable to olr
Hon. Gorrit Smith, the I resident, at twenty mlti
Vtcs past 10 o'clock, called the assembly to order.
Rev. J. W. Lngiion offerd prayer.
Her. S.J. May announced that tho committed of
arrangements had selected the following Vice Pres
idents and Secretaries, and instructed him to sub
mit them a nominations:
Tic I'retidenti. Fred. Douglas Mrs, Amy
Poet, of Monroe county; John Thomas, of Ononda
ga) Miss I.uey Stone, of Massachusetts; Oliver
Johnaon, of Now York; Samuel Griggs, of Cayuga
County; II. Potter, of Chnutnuqiio county C. O.
Chase, of Wisconsin; J. II. Hurras, of Wayne coun
ty; Thomas McClintock, of Seneca Countv; John
J. Kelly, of Boston, Muss.
Secretaries, V. L. Crnndnl, James Fuller, and
George I), Vashon
Tho assemblage united in singing 'Duty of Frew-
On motion, Messrs, Ira II. Cobb, J. W. Lnguon,
T. O. White and J. A. Allen, were appointed u Kr
nance and Expense Committee.
I he l resident snot that a row letters Iroin per
sons, to whom invitations to be present nn this oc
casion had been extended, had been put into his
hands. Ho proposcil that they be referred to the
committee of arrangements for publication, which
was agreed to.
Rev. Mr. May gave a cireiimstniitiul, and of
course thrilling, account of the Rescue of Jerry,
rrJ matters precedent and consequent, lie called
attention to the fact that almost every part of Cen
tral and Western New York was represented on
the occasion, by reason of tho public meetings held
in the city at that time. Ho sM.ko of the depth
and intensity of the determination among tho poo
plo that the Fugitivo Slave Act should not receive
tho respect duo to law; of the prc-dctcrmination of
the rescuers not to injuro the officers; of the success
with which thoir plans had been carried out, even
to tho effectual concealment of tho prisoner for Jive
dayi in this city, until, his chains having been
stricken off. his wound dressed and his recovery
from tho violence he had received, sufficiently ad
vanced to admit of removal, he was transferred to
the realms of the British Queen,
. He commented severely on tho undisguised anx
iety of Judge Hall in tho "Jerry Cuso" to procure
conviction, and of the unbecoming displeasure
ho manifested, at tho obstinacy of the Juries, who
foiled him; and made an eloquent appeal on the im
portance of tho Trial by Jury, which soma acts of
the Court had tended to invalidate. Ho regretted
that In any quarter there should bo cold ness or in
differonce manifested to this cause, but reminded
4li pfloplo that members of political parties were
ahder influences which destroyed half thoir man
hood and iu dependence. He closed with a hearty
welooiuo to all wli'thal coma to Syrocuso to share
Hon, Gorrit Smith, as Chairman of tho Coin mi t-
oit un tho DeelurjsUon of Sentiments, then road the
AddrttM, which will bo found on our. first page.
Whatever may have been Jeemed'tho logical or.
ers of the document, cernhily with Gcrrit' Stmith
torpid it, it could not ,but appear: sittisfaX-tory and
conclusive enough. ' . ' . c
' After the reading, tho Address was adopted with
acclamation. I'pon which Mr. Smith, with a hu
morous allnsinn to the value of bis time, since his
election to That body where people get eight dollars
. a day, and time and labor, it hud cost him tu
write this Address, offered to' sell copiqs. of it, 6h
specified terms, in behalf of the Jerrys 1'ond.
Lucy Stone was then introduceili She .com-'
menced her remarks with an allusion to the picture
of the F.mbarkation of the Pilgrims, She thought
how difficult it was for that group to hold a cele
bration liko this. Sinco that timo how precious
had the rock on which they landed becomo! It
hal to be fenced to keep people front currying it
off pioco by piece. She rejoiced In this occasion.
This celebration reminds us of the weakness of this
government to do wrong, and tho might of the peo-
' plo to stay Its hand. An F.ditor of New York, cull
ing himself democratic, alluding to the influence
of " Uncle Tom's Cabin," said, a few days sinco,
, that "woman, not content with destroying tho hap
piness of the human family by tempting our first
Parent, now wants to destroy tbo last hope of hu
manity by shattering this glorious Union." ' How
strong that Union must bo to bo so easily destroy
ed by woman 1
Sho proceeded, with an eloquence which defies
report, to dopict the government which sho would
substitute for this, which is thus represented as
toppling to its full.
We have now for precedent In tho Southern
States what I want to seo here. South Carolina
has been writing bcr statute books all over with
laws that trample the government under their feet.
I want it written by our legislators that a man,
under no pretext whatever, shall ever be put on
his trial, to prove whether ho Is a man. Aud if
South Carolina complains, refer her to her own
Statute-Books, and lot hor tnko the beam out of
her own eye, bofore she complains of ymr uncon
She drew a beautiful picture of tho present and
the future, with reference to this transaction. Tho
name of Knock Heed weuld be gathered up in day
to come, and honored, while those official great
men would be forgotten or despised.
She denied that any odium was connected with
nis prooeeuiug as die address implied. I lie very
tnen who condemu us, if they were compelled to
toll their real feelings, would be constrained to say,
44 How can we curse whom God has blessed f "
, - After an eloquent peroration, she closod.
The President asked if Mr. Charles 0. Burleigh
was in the room. Mr. B. Replied from tho crowd,
' Here always ready I"
Mr. Smith: It is just sixteen minutes to tho
tisne appointed for the close uf the morning session ;
in virtue of my authority as President of this Con
vention,! command you to make a speech jutt tix
teen minute long I (Laughter.)
Mr. Burleigh gave an encouraging representation
of what had been accomplished against tho Slave-
power of the land. Whatever may lie tho judicial
decisions on the nature of the transaction we cele
brate, there is a double appeal to the hoart of the
Batloo and to posterity und to that future tribunal
where the Higher Law, here so much derided, Is
, recognised and enforced.
Aftor the conclusion of Mr. Burloigh's remarks,
in view of the fact that vastly mors people hid left
tho house, unable to git in than, had entered, tbo
meeting was adjourned to meet in tho afternoon, in
tho open air, near tho Cniturin Church. It
announced that tbo famous Solomon Northmp was
in town, and Would be present at tho afternoon ses
sion, upon the platform.
The Convention re-assembled In the lot south of,
ami adjoining the 1'nitnrian Church, at precisely
half past one. After singing the hymn "Where Is
thy Brother f Gcrrit Smith, tho President intro
Miss Antoinetto L. Drown, who was speaking
when WO left.
Tho indications were unmistakablo this after
noon that this will be the largest meeting of any
kind held in this city in some years. We want in
Syracuse a Public Hall, of thrnx! the enpacity of the
. ltn liii i hi- t i .ii
ity Hall, and which shall l owned and contndled
by some one who is not afraid of free discussion.
c?i r.i i.s., oil. i, iciii), At a special meeting oi
the lommon council this morning by tho easting
Vote or .Mayor McCarthy the use of the City H ill
was given for the celebration of the Annivcrsurv "f
the rrsriin itf the slave .Icrrv,
News of the Week.
Gr.onor. It. Graimh, F.ditor of (jmhnm'i .Vo((-'
ims, will speak for Total Abstinence and the Maine
jjiiw uiiMirv n un .uoiiiinv evpiiiug iicxi proiinoiy
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in me i'unin-si. .iieiuooisi i inircii. .nr. uniluim
understands both side, of the question, and, being1
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felt on tho riyht side.
TheMichiin Ceniml n.ilr,,n,l i. ,l.,i .
t-nsiio business. It has taken to Detroit during
in-nisi weeK, ii.u.j iii.is; i.t itiiur, ami I 70
bushel, of wheat, averaning 1,071 bids, mid W.03U
bushels per day,
A CovrvTiox or Clkrcvmrm w.ti held in Xcw
a okiHv ur&7l'r!l r,?'k? ""I
a society be formed for the diffusion of the Gospel
in the southern and southwestern States to bo
led the "Southern Aid Society."
K FN vos Cou.r.or.. The Cleveland flriM repre
sents the endowment of this institution at iViO.l.ll H
It is projHjsed to (-cparalo tho Collegiate from the
Theological Ucpaitincut, end with that view, a Pres
ident uud faculty of the College will soon be selec
ted. Ax iTr.M roR tiis Maim Law Mf. The Prose
cuting Attorney of Tuscarawas countv, aficr enre-
lul scrutiny, has declared that costs, expenses, hiss
of time, fees 4- uf lawsuits i-r.m ii. f .1..
. expenses, loss
use of Honor, hns eosf ilm i...,V..ln ..i
more than SflH.lHMj in s umiiths
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UlUllthM TllIM In II fTrtlfst"
tv tax levie in l VnVmm
sum than the entire coun
Tint great Canadian Railroad, coinmeiicinir on
tne Lawrence, ono hundred nnd twenty miles
below Quebec, and terminating oi.posite Detroit,
hns been contracted for. Its length will bo eleven
hundred miles and the costs for its construction
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V11 Ins, flifin Rin tit-lrnt. A., it., f n.;ui, i.....
drendy been placed in nomination in Philadelphia.
One by the his, one by tho iH-inoernts, one
the Americans, one by the friend of Consolidation,
and one by tho advocate, of a prohibitory liquor
A (llttxn MnVrUfVT t rr.l.n.ilt M.nn.:H ..Cll -
ident and Directors of the various rai lroads of the
L nited citato,, we seo it stated, will conveno at
Washington during tho month of October, to con
sider the adoption of a codo of laws, and tho estab
lishment of such General measures as shall guard
against accidents on railroads, and givo inoro con
ndeuce to travellers, ami assurance that precau
tionary measures of tho must reliable kind are
LhourKexerciscd upon evory railroad throughout
liKe TntiJrr.--' 2-
A new portnblo gas-burner Is on exhibition at
Xqw York, by tho "Asphalto Mining (Joinpany,"
A small apparatus for family uso is thus described:
It consist of a vessol arranged like a' gasometer.
tus, ivy which nir is sent to tho reservoir wkh'suf
Aciont force tojjastr' it through' tho liquiii,- from
ivhich it issues an. iijfiamablo gas, giving. i, light
apparcntl. no wise inferiet to' that of the bA gas
001011117. HaV lolll-nlllllfM Willi n eiAplc-n.i.k niimii.it.
in use, and etuiineifjo bo. s'Mpcrior.
1 rus Hunt
obtained fcy tho ttimplo di:stit-itiori of'asphaltc' ut
iAK.ru.ui..H:.riii'. .1....... t'..i -I...: 1
n:iiin.-inksv ui is-i ucjruit. jr,niirciiuuili
Men Law aiu Mtiii Tiit't'rnnoi.ii Vinos-
me iiiiiiturcn tAfK.j intelligencer gives nn
account of the arrest by a party of Cherokees,
two respectable citizens, Andy Adnif and G. W.
Adair, dr., on tho protext that they hnd been con-!
corned in a lute murder, A portion of them con-i
VAVIl.t I. V 'Alliliv il ulil.l.llall.i.n nn.l .......... ah
shoiitinir him, nnd wlien tbo other iiartv heard the
tiring they commenced on Andy; mul shot it is aud
iou nans in ins nony. ueiorc tno murderors Icll
tho secno of their work many speeches were deliv-
ercd over tho body of Andy, iimi a, each one
1 1 1 ... L I ? i 'i. r . . .
In, each one fin-
isiteu uc siruca uis anno into 1110 body
Horsk KxilimTioN. $2000 aro to bo nppronria
ted in premiums at tho National Horso Exliibition
at Sprinirflald, which commences on Wedues.hly,
Oct. 10th and contililies 4 days, homo of tho pro-
iniums arc as follows:
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lor the best stallion of 7 years end oyer, S200;
second best do riuu: thud do SoO fourth do. silver
goblet, i. For tho host slallion of 2 years and
under IUU; secou.l 1 do 0; third do. sivcr gob
let valued at -o. lor tho best gelding of 4 Joars
and over MtKI; threo other piciiiiuuiH of 50, 2u and
20. For the best breeding marc $lU0; threo other
promiums of 50, 25 und20. Best span of matchad
lorses, 4 years and over. 100; second do 25; third
do. $25; lourth do. silver goblet valued ut 20. Bed
span of fancy horses of 4 yours and over, $100; best
pair of farm or draught horses $50,
Skh inu M h ii inks. Several well-known
ness men have formed a joint stock uompany for
iiiu iiiiiiiiiiui'iiiru oi new nig .'laconic, ttlltl
bom-lit and combined what tliei' siiniiiiHe t.i bn Ihn
threo best patents, viz: that of Hutte, tho original
American lnvontor, and those of Thompson and
l-iuiii Tiilrimp fhn lu.u iioinl. uf .nidi ul llmii tu-
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volitions, wiiii some sugiu improvements ot tnoir
own, they have produced what they call the." Mul-
netie Sewing Machine," which upprouches nearer
to perfection than tin) thing we have yet seen
that line. We saw an elegant sack coat made en
tirely by this machine, except the working of
button-holes, sewing on of tho buttons, and filling
in of the sleeve-linings, and it was as beautiful
stitching could make it. Iu tho padded lining
the coat tho needle was made to descriho a spierd
engle and write tho owner's name. Tho Company
have opened extensivo sales rooms nt N'o. U'.)7
llroadviay. .Mr. Amos, ot r.pr.ngHold . m i res.-
dent, nnd the machines are manufactured nt Chico-
pee. The Diie. tors are: Jn.nes T. Ames, of Anic-s'
.Maiiufaetnring Company t A. M. V. Smith, Adams
Express Company; Ossnin Grejrory, No. 02. Wall-
st.j D. D. Denting, nnd Alex. Hitchcock, Xo. lit
uroad way . 1 riwtne,
EMPI.OVMKNT roil Vomkn. Messrs. T.
Curtice aud S. H. Billiards, of New York, aro
about to establish weekly newspaper, tho typo
graphy of which is to bo wholly entrusted
females. It Is culled "The ladies Paper," and
to be edited by the proprietors," whilo to tho wo
men goes the manual labor, the merely mechanical
routimo to which mental strength ana activity are
unessential'" Tho New York Daily Timet, boas-
tingly aflirins as proof that thcro is here "not the
slightest recognition of intellectual equality
tho sexes." If tho fi'mei truly reflects tho senti
ments of tho proprietors, their "Ladies I'nper
will doitbtlnw he- u repetition of the silly thiugs
with simitar titles that hao so long been the
favorite of boarding school misses and the disgust
of sonsibilo woinon. Whether theso gentlemen
proposo to pay their femslo compositors tho same
prices jsid to men wedo notlettra. Jnn. Pre-men.
was!lcnco nt Yellow Springs, Green County, Ohio;
Ilnn.srE Manx. Mr. Mnnn, we beleivo, wits
expected to arrive this week, at his future rosi-
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HUH WC HV Hl'CIl It SUIIIMI IHUI, HIV iii.iutuin.
Address nt Anlioch Cnllcdge, id to be delivered by
him, October 5th.
Mr. Mnnn brinffi to tho stnto of III fulure
residemr, im cnvinblo reputation for talent, in
dustry anil worth. The cause of education, and
tho cause of Human Freedom have no abler or
worthier advocates in the country.
Wo have neen sorry to sec that somo of Mr.
Mann's friends have been so Indiscreet for we
nro sure that ho can only be embarrassed by such
ihnlnem as already to publish him, as the future
, hisYnit in tho State that he
Cnrrrnor of Olnn. Anil one paper suggest
ninV 1, in certain rnntintrenev. elected U.
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Senator, ns the successor of Mr. bae. Itlssujr-!
nested that the small matter of not having been
in the state W enoucrl, to be eliirible. tnav be
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cvndcd, since ho will have nniiiircd a residence,
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or I . r. rcnntor Tor tins Mate as wo enrncstly
hope he may. to both nflices it will be beeaiiHC
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of nn Ohio, not a Massachusetts reputation,
lV.sr.P..inll do unil.ini- if n.,i;i,lv tb,itbniiI1
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hilo Wo hnVc such men as S. P. Chamk nnd
SAMt.'FX Lew tit to offer for that post. (hritttnn
1 imr.ATKNKn f.cessiox or tub Nit'Timi Nr.w
. Miooi. I bfbvtfiiiam Cih rcii. An article re-
cent v nob i i in, I in il.n T.,il, P..:.. ,.rv:...:,.
'savs. that inconseoiii.nceoftlin.,ii,.iw... nn ,i,.
""'bject of Slaverv, in tho last Goherni Assembly of
"I" ccnooi rrcsnvteriiin t hurcii, which met
n..ffi' "."umja-r ;.ftl.? ministers of that persiia-
sinn, in the Suiod of A ngina, hove signed tho fol-'
; hnving resolutions, and p roimsej them to tho othor,,v""
Southcreii Svnods for adoption-
"'''' Tl' hn rrc.bv.erie.; in thoslaveholdin?
State, decline matin-nnvr n,n,. .h. !..;.;..
proposed by the late General Asseinblv.
2. That the said Presbyteries be fully represented
fliA linvt luaiiiMii
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.1. That the said l'resbvtei ies Instruct tber dcla.
?ites hi the next Asseinblv, in tho ovent of
the Subject rf slavery being introduced, to
propose rcsoltinns expressing in tho strongest
terms tb oi.inion of tho Assemblv. that nil
further agitation of tho subject in that body
is umvisa nnd improper, and should not be
permitted. And should the Assembly refuse to, Ane-;
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" '" " 'eioiuuons, mat mo delegates Horn said
I Presbyteries he instructed immediately to withdraw
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ami tin tin ii-it Ii tttfit.n frmii nrhno imi-liiitis t.f
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church o,.posed to tho further agitation of tins
!n lh(l Asembly. either in a new oraai,',7..
lion, or in such other measures as their jibUme
will bo most expedient- "
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i " " '."?.'' . ''" "",'n tavorot mmediate
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Receipts Bugle for the week ending Oct. 12.
UUVOj1. in , t lT- .
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A. R, Patterson, Bryan,
C. L. Weldin,
i ,Villmm Price, Farmer,
Alpha Stono "
D. N. Cnrnish, -II.
J. B. Corwcll. West Barro,
Peter Mills, Fulton City,
James Greenfield, Smyrna,
A. Mathews," "
Schoolcy Wright, "
W. A. Smith, Brvan.
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S. B. Bartsfield Williams Centre
1 Joseph Price,
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Joseph Crokford, '
A. Tracy, Farmer,
Hugh Mills, "
Alpha Sumo, jr. "
1 i.iv ir.o
William Steadman. Rnndolph,
William Fowler, Linesville,
Dr. Tiler, "
K. L. Leek. Marlboro.
! Kl'zt'hcth Lukcns,
II. G. Thomas, Marlboro
Abraham. Haines. Salem.
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iieorgo iyo, vuyahoga ulls,
Win. Wullaco, Lowclivillc,
T. L. Russell, Weymouth,
,11. B. Grant, East Trumbull
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I ulentine Nickolson, Haneysburg,
"esse Holmes, .aiieshe d,
Sablha Hcnnet. Xew (ir le.
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Thomn, Stanton "
' J()hn A,n j(1.,0MuO1.Oi
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! tZuiS e so "iijo 7 0rl0an,
I I m.:i: n 'nl.
j,',m iLler. Winchester-.
j Thomas Weatcn,
f.mly W heeler,
j Amanda West
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.. 1 1,0 Cr.eA toJ 10 Ira nr,"n in ",e B,'E,'
j 'T1' lu' "hould have been credited to Eara Dor
i so iiol
Michigan State Convention.
A Stute Anti-Slavorv Convention will he held In
the eity of Adrian, on Saturday and Sunday, Oct.
, , n . . ,
, ?2J ',d123l' """'"""""''g t 10 o'clock on the morn-
j "'o ul l" nr" ""y-
Tbcolii.i ,.f tl.;. i-..n.n;... :. ..!..; i.....i. ...
- -rs --o
the friends of Freedom of every shade of opinion,
for the purpose of a thorough interchange of ideas,
and the adoption, in concert, of such mensnres as
will ensure a vigorous and successful prnsei-ntlon of
the antinluvery enterprise in this State, thccnsnii
Tho platform of the Convention will be free alike
to all, and as the duexst interests are to be dis
cussed, it is earnestly hoped that there will fie a
tory Urge delegation from every part of th State,
A .M. . .. ,l, - . ..A. 1. t I . .
.........n ...u .jn.nc. innn Boroaq wno are en-
fiN;"! for tho occasion, are William Lloyd Garriaon,
James W. Wolkor, Murius R. Robinson, Stephen
S. Foster und Abby Kelly Foster.
Il is conBdeutly expected that this will be the
largest and most enthusiastic Anti SUvsry meeting
ever hold in tho Suito.
By Order of the Stat Contra! Commilteo.
THOMAS CHANDLER, C-.mu,
Jacob Walton, fkcretari.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE PENNSYLVANIA
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tin-'s aro open to all: we invite to a participation in
,)ur di-eussions, all, whether rriendi or opponent,,
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,''",n h'mf,',l,.v to examine or discuss tho prin-
n'iplns or measures of tho Anti-Slavery enterprise.
; c welcome to our ranks ad those who, believing
SI.--lo .n .i ,nM.l I f..i.l.c.,llv IhI.ai-
The Sixteenth Annual Meeting of the Pennsyl-
v"ia Anti-Slavery rWlcty,
ill be held in Morris-
twn, on the 21th, !2jlh and 2ith davs of October,
The Kxei-m(e Committee feel that it is scarcely
necessary to urge a full attendance of tho long tried
friends of our cause, so invariably have our nnni-'ia
versaries shown the readiness of 1'ennsyvania abol,
itionists to assemble on such occasions. Our bast j
experience, nnd the nrcrnt aspect, of our cau,o. i
conKrm our conndeuce in the inc isures which we
liavo adopteil, and incite us to
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V1 ni'noz Biinnsi eiory insiiiuuiiu 01 mis ana
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,"rPr.M.e " "'" ""l"'-"'- v. b.le dear v.cw. and
'e.irclul consideration, of the ileeoK-rooted. widelv
extended, national eiil, which we aim to abolish,
;i - ke
rc'l.txatiiin of our labors equally imp n-iMc.
liitiimin hiFiimnio liirrin n In 114 lA:kliiiilinn
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statement, tcrnole in its realisation,
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'"""nn beings held in slavery, should bo suflivieiit.stiK'k
to rouse, to their utmost cntw itics. all the eneraies
'..f il, ..i.u ,nii.,..;. ri,.i.i:.i.,. h ...I ii, .,.,.
obvious truth that tho slavo power must bo v.in
niiishnd. or rule suiiremelv, In this nation, should
alarm every lover of his country.
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Tne nnportanco of ficqiieut meetings of the
fi on,l ..f ...i.
friends of our cause, formutual counsel and encour-1
agonient, and for concert of plan and e.T.irt, is so
fell understood, that it need not bo urged upon
,them. To tho public generally, w c say:
'for Its abolition, whatever ot'ier dificieme.sof oiin-
j . 1)ia. xHi betweea us.
Hawoktii Witiieb ii.d, :,rildr,
THE Third Session i
Teachers Instiluto will
f the Columbiana t'onntv
be held in SA LK.M, coni-
inciiciiw on .'i-mlmi. Oc.Mcr 24M. and coutinuinz
'one wick. The exercises will bo conducted l,v
Teachers of ability nnd experience. Kvoning Lee
. . - . . n -
tnrers have been secured tor tt:o occancn, nnd no
.effort will bo wanting on the part of the Committee
. ,f fn,i n ..tii..i. r- lo.....U 1 1. . jjt, 1 .1
..e i .1 .... . ..
Mmi 1111 1110 iviti.tav: 11m ihtpjuiiiuh! luyiniiuii-
uud pleasant than any on: hich his preceded it.
Arrangements huvu been made by which male
teachers can bo a "comnioduted with board, from
:ii els, to 50 ets. a ilav.and leiiules, free of char-e.
Kich niah iin-.iubi-r will be ex-uvicd to iiavl)n.i;
M aiu, c.u.,, r,,., Fir,.. (', rr d.'.fyin,
,.e Cxi,cnsei .,f the luslitute. 'it is t-ratifvinir to
know that n laudable soiiit of . ..ml .tf,,., i," ,,i,i.
ted in certain Toivnhiis, by an effort to excel
; ,i, ,!,
.111 the liitmber
ot lf'iciicr v.hich such township
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iiort iu mf.iibfrs in attendance
il 111 ill till! tlW'I't In ... i.r ii,.! In. ill. ,in Ii ;. 1.......I
tlmt such a spirit'will become gcneru'l, and that the
i result will be the largest Institute over assembled
; ill our County.
', Fellow Teachers I The time when. We shall be
called upon to buckle on tho armor fir another
'campaign, is rapidly approaching. Arc we nened
ll,r "10 conflict v, 1 1 11 those lusitiiou.s toes of human
jg;,ul, cuhVted in tho good cause? If not, let us lav
I "' 'F.. .'V ...... ...v.
Aro our whole
f nni h.i 11. Inv
aside everything not appertaining to tho Teacher's
: vocation, and . peud one week in earnestly, faithfully
: reeoiinoi:rliii the iriiimil in burnl.tiil,,, .,.
inor, and in duly preparing ourselves lor tho ar-
jduuus duties which must inevitably devolve upon
- We ai aullMruedluuvjL uutii'o that tbeCmintv
1 B'.inrd of Kxntniners w ill hold a meeting for the
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In 1 ... . .V. . ,T ..
, examination of Teachers, iu tiulcm, on Friday
D. ANDERSON'. 1
J. MARK If AM, -omm,me
WM. Mc LAIN', f , "
I. G. mwjemenh.
IWAX errunsKment ha. I.e.... ,.!- wi.l. P.r
JT liinv ..r 1 '!...., 1 1 ... .1..1:. .. . .
. v . . . i.t 1, ,1, iiciiivi m i:niiiu ui
liectures to the citixons ol ."saloin and viciuiiv. nn
each of the sciences of Geology and Chemfslry.
i mc coutsu win coiuinence on Monday, Oct. .list,
I iiml nmiinuii il,,i. il. i, r
I-, fc".. ..... ........p... ,..u VVIJOII.1111 Ul lllll.-
lecture each i-Tcuiiig, and four, of one hour each,
i through the day. For the accommodation of those
w''o cannot attend tho daily course, tho evening
I 'LH,'ur''" wi" he consecutive. A portion of tho lat
' tor will show the application or those sciences to
j Agrieulturo nnd tho Arts. Tho locturos on Chem-2,00-574
jistry will bo illustrated by chemical experiments,
jand those on Geology by a cabinet of minerals.
i Ticket for the whole coursu will be solj for One
Dollar: Daily Tickets, 25 Cents.
I It is hoped that as many teachers, as well as
others, im can make it convenient, will avail them-l,Ot-447
I selves uf this rare opportunity for acquiring useful
MARRIED On tho evening of Wednesday,
Sept, 2Hth, at the houso of F.phraiin Rulln, of Te
cuiuseli, Richard lllomlen, of Adrian, and Mary
Ann Rulih, of Tccuniseh.
LIST OF LETTERS.
REMAINING in tho Port Offioc, at Sulom, Co
lumbiana County, Ohio, the 5th day of October,
A. D. 1U&3.
Ainsworth, Lydia II,
Lonmis, E. C,
Lusk, J. W., 2
2 McMillen, Mr.
Miller, John, 2
Myers, Mary E., .
Myers, Samuel, 2
Myers, Hannah P.,
McGinnis, Martha W.,
3 Mulborn, Abigail J.,
Nay, Sarah C,
Rivers, Chailes R.,
Scott, William IL,
Smith, Mary W.,
Swum, Malhias, 2
Smith, William, " 2
Thomas, Sarah A.,
1 Thompson, W. F.,
Thomas, K. E.,
Tonsley, W. G.,
2 Ward. John,
. Williams, Elbright,
Wisner, Miss L. A.
1J V, Kinma,
,W' K' W"
jt'rowcil, A. B..
iv-rowcn, a. i.,
Campbell, 11. E..
I Carle, Mary,
Cook, A smith,
Calhoun, Mary A.,
Dilley, He!. row,
Davis. J. S. A.,
Emerson, Geo. II.,
Forbes, John R.,
Galhreuth, Vt illiam,
Harris, Jonathan, .
Hoover, W. A,,
Johnson, Mary Ann,
King, Volney .
i Wilson, Maria,
Welch, Mary Jane,
Wheeler. Hiram C,
Wharff, Betsey. '
GEO W. WILSON, P. M.
DIED, on S-inday, 0:t. Dili, at the rcsidcuco el
James Harimby, llsxnr llis-st. A man of genius!
and genial temper 'way worn an I weary of earth, i
. ,." , , " , "". "'.
"'.' ,h "l"gU'"e 1,1 ll
',,rln', . .
Itw, McChiin and Mnrkham will bo eontin-i
UP-1 Si-rennteiident-. the former or tin- Coinuieri
; Tl'mcnlr' """ tl" ,!lMorof,b'
.. V. . ... I
.J'Tl ' 'lT' VI I
of Dress Silks in town: in fact wr wish it to
' understood that our store is the Silk Stor-of the
'JOHNSON & HOMER'S
Lnrg nnd Coitlmoriion Ir-TV RtOiV,
,. r. nrr.ln,ti,.i;n f ,i. P..1.I!..
with a largJ ami well selected n-tortmmt of
v vi'V nvn nnxf re-rrrt ntiv rnnnn
AVn nOMFSTfii nUV MM!
i.v iivi v. uuuo, ,
llonnels, lbsiery. Marseilles Quilts.
iro.-htt, .-UK, llnoet, anil lliv Mate Shawls, i.m-
or,,.,, fa - , ,
.... ... ... ' .
llnbet, anil Iliy .Mate flinwl, Kin-
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.v.. " i, .ill. ' '.. ... - - IT i
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Ours is the only ftoro in town that has a good!
UyM. v have been at great cxiiense to nut a i
Mky-l.iKht in our store, s . that nrcustomer, will .
not have to bov the sooils on the iH-sk. Wo are
Icti rniine.l to keep up with the tunes; witJy l ii'j
nnii S.miH l'lijitn.
I. :s. litinilH nfiircAs v l.r r rinm s face mul ul
'the rest of mankind, who want Cheap O-iods We
: wish to inform the Public that we have the lar-est
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place. And we urc not too modest to tell what wc'
' have to sell.
JOHNSON A Hon.NKK.
Oct. 11, lsj.1.
-i r n A I t t r - - r r-, r-, t -r s
.! M-MI U f ON SC ITOO I ,
This School, which eoiiiincnccd its flrst session!
Aug. 8th. is now in successful operation, with
.hi. iiu.i'.t. i."ijiuci';o, v. iri sjM.'m oiaov years'
as instructor in some of the best schools in Germany
and who is well known hero as an nble lin;piUt anil
ex-ierienced tcicf-r, is now encaged to enter thcl
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the next term, and take charge of Classen ill
I. am', u:c 'K, ticncli ami iicrinan liAnguagei,
AiTaneiiients have been made by 'which Stu
dents enn, during each term, avail themselves of the
alvanl:iges of a carefully prepared Series of Leo-
tures on Anittomr mid I'hysndogy. illustrated I
a'l ex .-ellent French Manikin und Skeleton; nnd
... .. .i , , . . . . ,. ... . .
" ,u" ' " conniaiisiiip oi
an neeouiidi'ihed Penman, on moderate term
limsu who wish to quality themselves lor tench-
, ,1 i
'"S. havean opportunity of
"'"ton Normal Class, and
ot itttcudiug a well-cou-
rcceiving a regular
c-.urnu 01 lusiruciiou 011 uioiics 01 lo.icunig, organ-
mn aim coiuiucinig schools, c
'-OmposiUom and Uc.Miimalioiis may n-
ceiv.i due attention. Literary classes are formed in
H.0 School, and a well-orgaiiiied Literary Society
permanently connected therewith. A Dcbatiim
Society is also in successful operation.
A Committee recently unpointed by the R jard
lll,lt purpose, have made arrangements h
which :udcn!s can ho furnished with cood board
' t"'i-"!. These who wish to board them-
'""ly.1"' "'l""'"1 'nln', .
11,0 ih,K'l is lurnislied with a set ol ginl I'hil-
.''"ophicnl. Chemical and Astronomical Apparatus.
1 u"' PH-leetcd Cabinet of Minerals; utho, with
j0",!.1'1"0 M"!'". Anatomical Plates, &c, &c
'Pi 1" , 1 1 1 . .1 . 1 .
1 tli, ".lh:r !'La pleasant, 1
, 1 ,L .. I I 1 t .! , l. .
I "" 'J " ".' e.caiiou, uie niiiueni e 01 11 ,
moral und intelligent (onnnunitv, and the emcicuti
', w'r? 0 a r.orP."' :ji0 n!1 ""permiicod teachers,
! "J l",u "J"" 1,.";n'h"."". wi' .,i,c'uoni "tu-
identB in the School, witli facilities for advancement.
i','l"ft' to thoe to be hud at any school, whether!
P"IC ''fri-'vate, in this paitol the Mate.
1 In addition to tht! abns Languages, the Coursn
f instruction embnu.es Orthography, Reading, in-
I'm. M. ....!... 111'. I! r... .... i 11......1
v.u.i,.., .iMiiui iiiio ivi-uiiiK mi viniuri, AT1UJI1IA1
uud Written Arithmetic, Geography, Kngiish Gram
mar, including Analysis, Natural Philosophy,
Chemistry. Botnnv. Astronomy. Gcolorr. Aoiiimiiv
j and Physiology, History , Menial nnd Alnrnl Pliif
iosophy, Logic, Kook-Keeping by r-inglu and Dou
ble Kntry, Algebra, Geometry, Application of Al
gebra to Gooinctry, Plane and Spherical Trigon-
"" 0. .-.uricy ng, vonsiruciiou 01 iiigonomctri
;cai 1 aoics, tonic .-ecu. ins, .--iiiiericai i ioiections,
cal Tables, Conic Socti. ins. Spherical 1
1 , :. , t..i .1 i.i ri
Descriptivo Geometry, Mathematical Philosophy
und Mathematical Astronomy. .
N. B. Lessons in Pen and Pencil Drawing,
Sketching, and Painting in Water Colors, and nlso
on the Piano, can bo hud of competent! nstractnrs,
in our village, on rcasonublo terms.
TUITION PER QUARTF.R OF ELKVEX WEEKS.
Reading, Pcnmnnship, Arithmetic, English
Grammar, Geography, und Mnyhew's
Tho elements of Algebra, Geometry, Histo
ry, Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, As-
tronoiny, Geology, Anatomy, l'hjsiolo-
rj Ac, d,oo
I ho l.atiu and (i reck Languages, the Higher
Branches of Mathematics, with their ap
plication to Natural Philosophy, Astrono
my, As., 6,00
The French nnd German Languages, each, $2,50
Tho Wintor Term will commence Nov. 7th, 1853
nnd continue 17 weoks; the Spring Term, March
iiiirn, nna continue weens.
1. ! . t' I I . " II . . ... . n
loreign ncnoiars win not uo admitted tor Jess
than half a quarter, nnd each ouo will be expected
to pay tho tuition tor this time in advance, should
a Scholar be pruvontud by sickness, from attending)
n hnlf niifirli.,. nn nniiiln lila iniiin.ti .ti !' tl.ia r.u.
will bo refunded. ' '
Though scholars can outer the School nt any
time, they will find it greatly to their advantage to'
commence wun tne term.
We insert a few of tho regulations which have
been adopted for the government of High School
. 13. 11: Foreign achobtrs mar, if they wish it,
study during the intervals between recitations, nt
their respective boarding houses, unless iu conso
nuenco of non-compliance w ith tho Regulations of
the School, they are forbidden to do so by either
the Principal or the Board. District scholars may
under a liko restriction, do Uiesauio, if tho Princi
pal and their Parents or Guardians consent there
to. 18. II: Scholars who are Boarding in the vil
lage orvieinity for the purpose of attending School
will bo required to conduct themselves as they
would be cxected to in a well regulated family,
nd in a quirt, peaceable nnd orderly community.
To meet the increasing demand for such an Ed
ucation us will qualify students for performing the
duties of the Counting Room w ith accuracy and
dispatch, this Depuruneiit bus becu couuoctcd with
the School, In it the various branches of Book
Koepiug by Single und Doublu Entry, Mercantile
Compulations, Ac, will be uiughtj u w oll-arruugud
Series of Lectures on Commercial Law delivered
by a Member of the Dun und and a full Course ol
Lessons iu Peuuiauship givou by un able Instruc
In addition, to coins throuith the text book
(Dufl's Buok-Keeniiiir.l Students will bo renuirnrl
toporforrii Black-board and Manuscript Exercises
I daily. Elcveu weeks are considered ample time to
complete tuo oourso ol instruction m (hie Dcpart-
Mr. McCIain is a graduate of one1 of the best
Common 'ml Colleges in the West is well acquain
ted with the Science of Accounts, and is an oxperl-
oucuu luw-iier ui DooH.-n.eepingi we nave no uoudb,
thorcforo, that his course of instruction is as thor
ough as that given, in any Mercantile stsbliah-
incui iu me oiato, . ., , ,
Tuition for the Courser - j. : $20,00
Diploma, . 1 1.00
Siudenu. em enter this Department It an time
srhsmtheS.-Woolielnsossioti. -- . - -
i, . JOHN HARRIS, C'erir.-
AT W JIOLESALE,
NEW DRY COOPS JOBBING HOUSE !
s Corner of Hunk and Crnter Slrtrfi,
NORTH, FRENCH STERLING, have rtirthlly
opened a Dry Goods Jobbing House, are now re
j coiling largo additions to their Mock, adaptsd W the
tAhh A.U HlMr.K 3j:Air,,
nn prepared to offer dnalcrs unusual bargain
:""re prepaid to offtr dealers unusual bargain
ovv the piece or pwHige, ar.U n, ..iM-nniee ,o so
bvv the piece or packie, and Will ffimrantee to soil
M chu.i,) ax tho same qualities aud classes of gocils
can bo sold in anv if the Kaslern markets.
V, . . . ,
Our ; stock con.sts in part of the fol lowing Goodi
Ui Wli ifh l.I it ii iti iflNi til -win I li ii H frh f hA BJitisnA t
I.. .tl. ..1.1!,; .1 Y. .
DW Bales Bro Slieetini t '
S " Dro, Drills . .
Shirting Stripes .
Flannel, scarlet aud hli'iK
Batting, varioua grades , ,
.ill l.arpct I am i
1'iO Pieces French and A
morivan tjroadcluths i
Ovorooat Cloths ;
Woolen Ycstiugs ;
F.xtra rich "
Black and Fancy Ca4S'nvrcs
Worsted Screes t
Dl'k itnd col d Tabby Yukl
Wido hl'k riilksi
1"J Balci Cotton Wicking i ..,
1J0 " Cotton Twine:
lint " Wadding. Id k and white;,,,
50 " Seamless Hag, ;
2 Cases HloVd Sheetings and Shirungs
10 " Blct'd Drills;
10 " Col'd Corset Jeans j
5 " Siiciiaii aud Wig.uis I
15 " Sutinotts ;
10 " Twtnifls and Ky; .leans! .'
ti') " Aaieri.-au and fiiiglitli Prints;
) " 11 M.DeLainesi
H " Dl'k and col'd Alpaoeas ;
10 " CobiP'-and Lronee Cloths;
10 " Amoricnn and Scoh h Ginghsmsi
1' " Liusev, nnd Plaid Linings ;
10 " Col'd'Caiitou Flannels 1
10 " lli'k and col'd Cambric I .
6 " Irish Liueus)
3i"J Dozen Cj!ofirtrs t
l it) " Iuck Mitts und Gloves t
pKI " Chamois Liuod Gloves:
I'iO " Cislimcie and other Glo I
&. " II isiery, various kinds;
SO ' Sli'u is and Drawers ; ,
1"0 Piccei Poii',-00 !silk Hdkfsi
lhO ' Cotton Flag "
150 " Linen " .
.')') ) " Plain and Bard Cambrics)
Ct.'O " Jaconets and Mull Muslins I
aiMJ " Book nnd Swiss "
100 " Djttcl " . "
SO cart'iii U'jiiiiet Ilibbjnj j '
i'J ' Plain TalT'd large assortment
Saxony Ivlgings ; ,
Cup Bordering ; ....
Swis Kdgings aud Insertlngs
0 Doseu Dl'k Silk Veils;
liK) Pieces :t-4 and 7-K Fig'd Laces 1 .
AO " Fig'd and Plain Bonnet Laces
" J aide l.incn; i
100 Doxen Hucabriu Toweling ;
flou Pieces Scotch Diaper various grades I
500 " Bl k Velvet ItibWus all widthsl
II0 " Bl'k and col'd Gimps;
iW 11 ij hiato Ljug Shawls at maoufao
tu, urs prices ;
100 Bnrtha and otlior Shawls; . ,
n I :.i 1.. . . ..r iri...J.
J Oltlivil r si ivn w i. viii ui;ii: .mrimmi m j 11 r iin,
jjuttim. Kusponders, 'combs aud staple Yankee
o -..:....:.. :- ..t
... . .. Cassiinoi-w. Vostmir. end Tailor's
i ( ioods. as it Is unusual) v larire, and we are satisfied
we can meet any market iu prices. Merchants
visiting this city are respectfully sotieited to exam
our stock, and we will eiKlouvot to maker it for theif
interest to deal with us. i
NORTH, FRENCH STKRLIK0.
Sept.28. - ;
A General iissortmeiituf 5Tew Books said Station
cry; Also, a fresh lot uf WALL, and WINDOW
Jvst opened at McMILLAX'S BOOrt-PTflUE,
which the public rs requested tooallaud tiitssiae,
THE LIFE OF 1SAAV 1 lWffER, vt M.
Just rccived at McMillan' Book-Store. . " '
JilRuATllC OP SOLOMON NOaTBBfP,
A free man, who was kidnapped in DX1, and
rescued in IH6?, .
Forsabrat McMlLLAN'P Sook-Htorl. '
Fern LrnvrMr from ranny'e PorirolYa,
A fw tlmt one etmtd read with the touth-aeke.
At MeMillau's Book Store,
Itopri and tlclii for lilt young of boll ui.
At McMillan's Book-Store- - .
SHADY SIDE asu Sl'N'NY SIDK, '
Two charming tales of pastoral life
DICKS WORKS AND BIIILKS,' ;'.'" ' '
FVr Sale cheap at McMillan's Book Store.
300 VOLUMES OF MINIATURE POETS,
At MoMilWs Boo&-Store. . .
SPEN'CER AND FAIKCHILD'5 . .'
Csiehrated Gold Perm, Every Fen warranted
At McMillan's Book-Sloro, .. . .
MATERIALS for Arti6cial Flowers.
assortment at tho Sulum Book-Store,
TIUClRtY'S WORKS, . -
WIDE, WIDE M'ORLD A N'O QCEECIir,
At McMillan's Book StorOi "".
M title Slave nod l'nle ftmai.
At McMillun's Book-Store.
ALL KINDS OF HISTORICAL AftD POETI
At McMillan's Book-Store'. . '.' ' . .'
MEDICAL BOOKS ASD DltTIOJj AtlfES,'
At McMillan's. . . : - .
All kinds of School Books, Slates. Ptfrie.ii, Plain
and Fancy Stationery, Whulbsnlo and Retail a
ETEK1 BOOK IN THE ItlAIttitT,
Can be nrocui e.l b' I'liU'ini, at .1 M. MTT T. t V'-.ei
Cheap Book-Store, five doors Eastuf till Town U1I,
Muiu-St., Salem, 0. , .
.WATER-CURE AND INFJKMART.
' For Ibe Curt if ChroBic fiittoif.
Located at Qraktii.le, Litx.va Co., 0., and com
bines the advantages of othor good establishments,
a healthy locution, supply of pure vralr, gymnas
ium, a skilful ludy iu cliarge of Ins Istfitlle patients,
a physician who has had an estenure practice of 25
years, 4c.,4ej ' i .. . . -.
. Females who nave been con fined to thoir beds,
unable to walk or sit rip for from one to twenty
years, in consequence of nervous, epinal, or uterine
disease, tfre especially invittid to correspond with or
visit Uii Universal snccosl tit Ike treatment of this
alass of diseases has gltd! tmoonfldsnee, and we say
to all such, even though they have su tiered mue.h rf
minv Phvsieians: inrtk one more trial. Tma
'from $0 to $12 per wk. Patient furnirh tdwsle
1 na packing maierisM. Aress .''''
Granville, Not. 5, '52. '' , .. .-.