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concerned, fanaticism has run its race, and dcmn-j
ha had it. day. And with tho decline
of aloitUmsm has disappeared sectionalism. 1 lie
people or the north and tho south are no longer
moved by octioml animositrps, nor stirred tip to
anger by rude assault. The tritil him been a Hery
one, but the I'nion ban come outbrighter and stron
ger in the affection of the American people than
vet before. The cltiicn" of the two great divis
loni of the country bare learned to know and ap
preciate each other and the blessings they enjoy.
Since the trial Is passed, it is a source or grntiro ic
ion that it come. It wan a fearful Rubicon which
b been safely panned.
The tendency of future events is to bind still
floeer toeethtf tho northern and Southern Sillies.
The facilities of intercommunication arc so rapidly
xienuinir Mini near nniicuonrnuou in iwinir cstnn-
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lished, and interests, pecuniary and social, are be -
coming identified. The laws i f nature, the march
of improvement, are the great levers in corree-
tug the evil or human slavery. I lie speediest way
to abolish the institution Is to let it alone. the
to abolish the institution is to let it alone. The
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creet of Providence, are nirainst its loim cniitinu-
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nee. Natural cause! Will perform the great work
in. everlasting grat.iu.te oi the people t
is due to the great statesmen, the trio of il-i
tustrioue men, who took, as it wore, the I nion iiih.ii
tneir ihouiuers, and carried It over tne winriing.
foaming stream. It was an era forever to be re-'
cnemberedso long as the world stands, the names
Clay and Cass and Wcl.ster will be spoken with
reverence, nsl recollected a. those of saviors
lAstetoning the Orthodox Quakers held a meeting
in fs:hool house in tbeS. K. corner of Vp.ilanti. A
Tery attentive audience. In tins weighherhood re-
slide Samuel D. Moore and Benjannnc Moore, both
member, of the Orthodox Friend, mocting-the
latter an overseer, but both, I think m a fair way
to loose cast, office and even membership in Hn
smnrcn, lor mey ans uuiim..ruh iu.i:ib ui . ijjiiu-vui-ncss,
rather than of soot or orthodoxy. And
more henioui sin cannot be committed in this day
gainst the popular church, than to prefer justice
and freedom before itscroedor its "order." Here
tofore tlieOrthodox Friends meeting house lias been
granted for anti-slavery meetings, a liberality
quite unprecedented in Ohio. But this time, it was
refused. A North Carolina minister bus recently
passed along this way, and advised Friends to
close their bouses, as w henever they opened them,
the fact would get into the newspapers, and thus'
reacn tne souin, anu very ninieriaiiy einoarrassj
rrUuds. "They could not get into the hearts
tne siaveuoiaem. cru, ig,y me ,... ..uw
hut up safely bolted ; and now the Quakers enn
nestle securely and lovingly in the hearts or their
friends tho slaveholders. The slaveholders will
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vwau iu cnensa mem mere, lor me ...iiser win.
XSjnr jsryr( opposition io smvery anu in. -ir
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tual opiwsitiori to everything whioh effectuiilly
wars upon it, re the slaveholder most valuable
FIRE IN THE WOODS.
two through the woods, to witness the effects of
flr which is spreading ovsr a large swamp. The!
Are boa been burning forawvek or two, consuming
It goos tho looso dry soil a sort of pect from
or four to eighteen inches deep. It lias
burnt out the root of nil tho smaller timber nnd
now tics prostrato upon tho top of the ground, tho
roots quite loose upon the ashes. Many trees
.foot through, lay thus prostrate. Larger trees still
stand but blighted and dead and tho earth con
sumed around them several inches in depth. It
most effective way of clearing the land. The
country all around is filled with smoke and in this
lieautiful weather gives the appearance of an Indian
Ptlroit Sunday V'tlh. Last evening, mot Mr.
Garrison In the cars at Ypsihutti and came to this
place in hi company. In the village of Ypsihtnti:
our friends the Fosters have niad.i a general bo
ginning. Mr. Curtis of tho Duptist Society, very
cheerfully consented to the uso of his Church,
their lectures. It was well tilled on Friday evening,
the occasion of their first lecture, and things promise
well. Tbcy were to hold another meeting last eve
that all things were made ready for a meeting
dar. But unon enquiry, we learned that no place
had been found for the meetings. Tho r ireinen
Hall which we were told had never been refused
before, when thoir price ($C0 per night) was offer
ed, was refused.
A crowd gathered around the City Hull, this
a the rumor was about that Mr. Garri
son was in town. There was some strong feeling
in regard to tho exclusion and unavailing efforts
.wore made, to get the key. As no other place
could be secured, Mr. G., spoke this evening in
of the churches of the colored people. The house
was orowded and Mr. Garrison iiupired.
There is deep and earnest enquiry among
people, but the chief priest and ruler havo spired
to keep them in darkness We shall
whether they succeed or no. The colored people,
noble looking set of men and women, listeued with
much appareot interest to the address.
walk this morning on the Canada,
eidesif ttw river. We crossed to Windsor, w hich
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to sjipress my nrpri.e, at the marvolou. difference
between the appearance oftlie country tho dwell
tngs and the poople on the two sides of the river.
The soil on the Canada aide is far preferable
'that on the ido of Michigan. But dH.pM.tk
neglect and thriftlcssncs makes the former, with
few exceptions, while thrift, enterprise and good
luts m.rm wriiton .11 m Ar h ltti-
It seemed that we had gone baek century,
JBPSvsfjmiaseiiU. I had no idea thnt anywhere
ids ,01 the Und of the Hottentot boors, could
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Mod contrivances so made-nd so ill adapted
toe purpose to which thev were devoted, it
passed the Catholio Cathedral. It was during
ime or son ice. The toinplois of brick andaumg-
nifUclent one. The worshipper, were within
the door were shut. But all around stood
little ponies, and the go-to-meeting carriages
these trench catholics, with three exceptions,
there were hundred or more, consisting
little one horse carts in comparison with which,
mechanical taste, and finish those of our railroad
constructionists, ar miracles of skill. They
deetdedly strong appearance In their construction,
probably only saw, an axe, or an augor
the implements needod. They bare no use
blacksmiths, except to put on the tyres. Most
, then had placed upon the axlotree, (which was
moat primitive construction, quite destitute of
- -thing superfluous) wfcat BMmsd srood-raeks,
Some of the mora aristocratuJ ones had high
awkward board bads, and tsroorthrse of the tupar
mrtra Ion, had added the extravagant adornment
.of a daub of red paint, In sonic of these, were
. cbsut, aorotni ethers were, placed boards for seals,
and over the bottom of others, were sprend btifTa
roguei.m , rob .,, ,v of Mllllkct(( R, en, rr ,hl.ir
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' they might purchase personal securitv and person
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ftl ''''". Tlie ""y "t ' " CJpulsion was the
' cin9tJ rr themselves In the States by untiring in
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of,01"" n,lJ. " ';" "
how great its guilt, will it not be visited for such
inionitv as this.
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owner lind Urn ponies, rather riekoty nnd rough
coated ones, attached to his cart. Tho one hitched
as usual, the traces of the other hitched, ono about
midway of the nxeltroe, and the other to the cx
tremo end of tho spindle, anil lidd in its place by
the kindly aid of the linch-pin. The trn.es unused
to such extravngpnee of length as was required,
wore elongated by two pieces of tho pony's halter.
We passed on to tho old unoccupied barracks, a
low stone building, built up nn three side of a
square. It looks desolate enough. Hut desolate
i t. i n t i i r i i.
as it l. it was irlaulv welcomed ns n i.lnce nt shelter
un it ip, ii n an k iuui v went nncu us u place 01 suciicr
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by a multitude of American refugees, who lioue-
less and homeless had been driven from our land
and theirs to a land of strangers bv tho murder-
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uih iin ii I'juiii vimo, iiuiifTu moi i....b,.r, in-.,:
they congrcgat i in mid-winter, bemes nnd mar-
tyrs to lilierty, within these naked walls, for shelter,
! glad to endure exposure nnd suffering, that thus
who bad left sacrificed
i""r iui.niK i h.iuiv, ih nmi i.'u mcriiiccu
comfortable houses and homes, tl.nt thev bad i.ur-
I C0,m(1(1tB our omllltry friB111l,. Michigan is giv
auxiliarics. i m jjr (Jnrri!,on B warm and Cordial greeting.
Ohio will not be behind her in this, for her own
or sake, and for the slave's sake,
C. C. Bi hi.kk.ii. We omitted to say as we
I should have done, last week, that this long tried,
J faithful anti-slavery worker, is now in Ohio, lulsir
three ing for the slave. He will spend a few week with
We ,mv(j (iot t)ic (mM n(.(.ultwf le Fu;r.
T)c nuAeytl Stain lUinU it WM B grnll(, nffair
fi MMun t,f gtwk B,lt,n(Ii()i ,, ie
rf 1fT M finp nm,
MwUnio,. ,, wa(,Vcll filled, llut judging
tendance, we should think that Kqiiestrumism run
mad wn ttio cln. l leuture ol the rutr. W c greatly
admire a skillful nnd n graceful rider, nnd think
that much interest is due to tho matter, but when
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wcsceiiieaueiiiionoi me peopie so ueariy nosorueu.
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111 one icaiiire. un. i uiwncu. irom w inn w c conceive
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lieiug jeiilmis. Agricultural Fairs w ero designed
to encourage home industry, and home Improvement
in ull the departments of labor, and their tendency
is, w hen tliey arc rightly mannged, to dignify labor
(.l!,TK(Tllisl K ATTf:XI)r"n nv Ma. (iAKtitsoN.
Ix.i. t forget them. Turn out from tho country
ri)1l, n)imt ;01M0Iniwr tlcy ore to ,e lci, ",
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We shnll look for it. Thev bave
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our people, just now, in tho more important towns
in the Lake shore counties. W'M the friond of
the cause in that region, inform hi in of the wants
ospect of their resiMsetive loeelltics, and if
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ishln services, mako known the fact
him. and make the necessary arrangements. The
paper in places ho visits, will keep them infuruied
or his whereabouts.
THE LITTLE PILGRIM.
Yes bovs uud cirls the Little I'ittrim has cume
nml a comly Uuking lnJ he in, with his pockets full
it A n.Ltilv I.Mikintf In.l I.A 1H with liii ru L ei. full
of good things. .11 for you. Road the Salutatory
first ond then yu will know how far and through
what countries he comos to greet you. lie proiu-
ises to come onco a month with n fresh supply of;
presents, rich ami rare, llid you expect to see him
with such a full bright rosy fuco. We like hi av
peurnnce pilgrims too often wear a sad gloomy
race, but we trust that our I'ilyrim't good mother
(in.ii it C.HKr.NwooD who is said to have an affection
ate regard for juv enils, will long very long preserve
J'outh and sprigbtliness.
w"w ve!nl l" trnvels, will you young
rric,lJ". u!'" W,H"" hc lm9 C1,U(,U f?"' Jour frit n,U
together uud tell them ull about him. Let them
read Counti ios I havo seen, I.ittlo Maud or the
Fairy's Gift, That pior old Gosling, Amy L .yd,
A word of kindness, Autibiography of Katy Did,
ic, ic, and induce them if you can, to send him
nn invitation to cull on tlioiu tho next time lie
All sucscriptions and communications addressed
to L. K. Lippcneott, Philadelphia. Trims: Fifty
cts. a year, or ten copies for four dollars payment
From the St. Louis Republican, Sept. 29.
ANOTHER FUGITIVE SLAVE CASE.
We mentioned yesterday thnt a negro had Leon
arrested nnd lodged iu tho ralnhnoso on tho charge
nf lioiii2 an absconded slave. Wo understand the
following to be the mcts or the case : Six years ngo,
three negroes, brothers, named James, Kdwin and
Charles F.dwanls, ran away ft-nm their owners, Bu
chanan, White & I o., merchants ol .New Urioan.
They repaired to Ohio, and thero separated. Ono
thorn believing that ho had utl'eeted a change for tho
worse in his condition, soon returned of his own
1 free will to his master. Iheutlmrs remained nbrnml,
; Cllreflln v concealing their abiding places. Lately,
js,ir, I,nt"hrop, attorney for Messrs. Carroll, White
& Co. tho successors of tlio old linn learned that
another of the fugitive! was employed as barber
riv01.( Mr. Carroll proceeded to havo tho negro ar-
j rested under tho fugitive slave act, nnd having had
a preliminary heariii'' before l uitcd States Commis
sioner, Benj. F. lliekmnn, inenreorated his prisoner
:u (l0 C!Vl,;i,oohe. A writ of Aafo eoiy.us was
threatened by some lnwyors entnloved, or to
employed, by the prisoner, on which ho was quietly
I removed to Caroudolct, on edncsday, but was
, h ht ,in,.k t0 lho citv on yesterday, when sec-
1 n j L.iv, ihn ronmiissioiier
Both parties then asked for a continuance of
e tho prosecutor to outam evidence irom, iow
roivo proof from Ohio that he is not tho slave
which Mr. Lathrop mistakes hun. The court grnnt
' A a MinilnunnrA nf twenty davs. and tho noirro
[From the Republican, October 1.]
The negro Jus, Edwards, who is now in
awaiting a trial for his freedom, which is set for
18th or October, borore I'nitod States Commissioner
B. F. Hickman, Esq., expocts to establish his claim
to a discharge in the following manner t
Ho is to prove by the deposition of Mr. Win.
Ilalliday, clerk of tlie steamer Boyul Arch, that
early as 1841, six years beforo the time of his
leged escape from Buchanan, White tt Co., New
Orleans, he lived in the town of Pomroy, Ohio.
He lived in the family of Mr. Downing, iu Pomroy
by whom he may prove that he was emancipated
long before, in the state of Virginia. Ho acknowl
edges that his nanio is James Edwards, but denies
that he was ever aslare in Louisiana, His counsel
states (but bo did not dasira oootinuanoe nf
case, but that it was granted upon s admit of
News of the Week.
VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT.
Tim D.tmtRli Ftvitr. will fitf a Concert in the
ToW! lltl on this (Fridnv) Ktrning. J her arc,
not the llarker's who vIsiM u a year and ?mlf,
ago. llicy nan irom trie j.ij rm,c, ...... .
ceded and followed wherever tliey go, l.y commen
datory notice of the press.
SiNnrtva llirtslov. Two policemen in Clncin-
nti mmicd 1 1 nriliti nnd Illooin. w ere la el prosc-
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cuted I'ot attempting to kidnap n negro named,
Wntkill T,ey had their trial on Wednesday
nnd were acquitted, the Judge ruling that as Wnt-
kins was n nrim, the law suppose! I ini to ten
nlme until the rnntrarv was provem ioW"TKIr
the Cincinnaii papers manliest surprise, isilh at
the decision nnd the grounds for it. It would l.e,
(iiite ns legitimate, mid certainly not vastly wide ,
of the mark, to argue that because the Judge wear ;
' ears he must of nc cssity be nn a".
I.Ntii.KNT ol Si .wr.nv. A son of Mr. r.yau. nge.l !
fifteen yours, nt Klisabethtown, Ky., was shocking-
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which were kept for hunting fugitive slaves. The
Imv's left arln was nearly gnuwed to pieces, iiml'
the flesh was torn I'mm his right leg In several pla
ces, so as to expose the V-iiic.
TAni.KsTi'BMKD. Twenty thousand dollars worili
of lirnndy was recently destroyed by tire in IVnrl
Street, N. Y. Xn hiMirauce. Ilnindy burns up
tw enty tnousnnd huniiin I cings every year; and no
insurance against poverty nnd wretchedness to!
the surviving friends. Ihumlim I'oit.
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A CosTt.r Xm ki.k k. The most valunl.le article
nf l,,jiilin- on cxliilntion in tlic i rystni rninee is
said to be owned in this citv. It is n p
j larze .I i union. I in tho tniihtt, nnd is valued at
,HK)- it mt tmt n millionnir, recently appointed
bv President 1 icrce to a iliplomatie post in r.timpc
oilcred !?l4,.riiKl for it, but that price was refused.
CiiAMiiN.i.-rM.l;.ncthan was demmneed by omc
, .nf. Lin ..liiiiii.iiiir Iiih t inU'tt iiti ti lortiiiii Milliii'i t . -
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assiiluouslv for thirty vars without learnin;; imv-
Tr.SK or KNnivi.riH.e. OLndiali thinks the ' Tree
of Knmvbslgo" was tin birch tree, the twies of
w hich have done more to make men acquainted
with ari.h.nc.tie, than all the other member, of the!
vegetable kingdom combined.
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To Save Soap ano Lvnn ix viasiiinu. Take'
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two pounds r sal-soila, hull a pound of goo. nn-
slacked lime; dissolve them separntelv in ns little
1"'1 rain water as may be necessary: lot them stainl
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L.:i ,ilt,,,fri,r.M.tv mi.,.,i...- r...tit.i nv in n iihi
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. iiiLd.t nre-
jnrorjug. Tut tlie clothes to soi.g ,ne
vious to washing; take four pails .-f soft wilier to
one pint or the conipouml; mix ami lin.i; ring
clothes trom the colli souk nnd put them in; loil
hair an hour: take them rrom the ls.ilcr; add s4.Hi-.
cient cold water to ii.linit the bunds; rub them up-
on the board nt discretion; rinso and bang out.
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Tu 'itiv P.ivt siiipitr n iuiva or rnnnel. in
coiniuoii whiting, mixed to the consistency of ceni-j
mon paste, in warm water. Hub the surfivt; to,
bo cleaned quite briskly, and wnsh off w ith pure
cold water, (irease spots w ill in this wnv be nl
most instantly removed, as well ns other tilth, the!
puint will retain its brilliancy and beauty uniin-.
The proprietor of a town sila in Wisctiwiii nd-
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vertlse nis lois or sale tints: "tne town o.-
and surrounding country, is the most beuutiful i..
Ood of nature ever made. The scenery is celestiul
jivi,,e: also, two wagg-jns to sell, and a yoke of
Yule Collego has existed 0110 hundred and f . ft V
three yours, and educated six thousand students.
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Sl'tRiTi At i Riiit. At the opening nervues id'
tlio Kniscoiinl Convention, yes'.crdav. the Itiiiht
1'ev. bishoii Wainwright saw tit to refuse the up-:
ulicatiou of reporters lor seats in the Convcnlii n, jn
plication ! roportori iurfatH in tho tuiiventu.n, on
-WiZX' a set oi
ncn t0 i ad,itied during religious acrvieo; We
regret to hear Irom this eminent prelate, so bad nn
account ol our reporting iriemls, hut the pui.l.ci
havo vet to learn what conduct ol' theirs, or wlmC
u,mii,il nlti.lt.ii.iititd in Inili.in.u on liin ...irt u-ill i.lu.
tilynn imputation like the ubove. .. J". Kixnma
Printixo at n.uutoAD Sitau.-Oiio of the in-i
ventions on exhibition at thn Crystal Palace is a
new printing press, w hich prints uncut paper, ml-
t l.i.ff Imi.i n evl.t tiler, nnil eiitu .mil I, ililu .1 h iter-
feet regularity 30,0011 per hour. There is i.ocoiiii-
ternctiun in tlic process, und consequently no time;
lost in returning motion. Both sines nre printed
at mo same ume, o-.vw per Hour is . iovv estimate
F..M 111... (;i,3.)lg IIIU njll'!.-!,, .III'J Willi .'V I'l J II I i
as fast us paper or cloth can be unrolled in m a
cylinder. The inventor declares that he can print
one mile of newspaper us last as it locomotive cun run
on n railway. M ith perfect machinery nnd tin angi-j
meuts lie limy do it. His present experiment i.cnioii-
strates u practical principle, und the invention
looked upon with wonder and delight.
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No Niur.r.r.s A Sai.bath School Teacher ti.
Louisville. Kentucky was exhorting a poor, pious.,
old female slave o bo very huiul, e-r..,n,it,ng
tin. she should bo like the Lord .less-ttho
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with emphasis "blessed be God, ho hud no house
no home, aud no Xiyytrai"
Amkricax Foovism. The following cxtructs' are
I'nelp '1',,1.,'a I'..!.!., in .lm hit
i V..A ,l,...-;,v,,i AViuoe iI.a irr.iiit (in irierl v or'rin
of the Whig aristocracy of this Stuie:
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"There are, no doubt, somo persons b.u.eiers
tho 'rights or man, uueording to the Ircucli Ju-
cobinicnl version ot them who would deny
power (if Government to establish such a relation
i as master nnd slave, however much the cruel con-
dition cf things might require it, und however euro-
tuny it in it: nt he Lciinrvlc.l Irom nl.uso, 1 licy
suler personal liherty nsono
political lil ertv a another.
limit vii2iie and ur.defiued riirht.
ticul application, 6cc Umyiinee bamilic.t j rom
the council oj'tltc trim.
Slavery, therefore, exists rightfully iu the South,
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No ritthts of tho ncuro aro violated when h
mado a slave His right, liko that of nil men, is,
be governed for his own benelit. Some even go so
fur as to muiiitaiu that a f.Kiinl condition, founded
on tho Mime principal, nnd modified to suit diil'cr-
cut circumstances, a relation more strict than that
of master and apprentice, untl less si vci o nu.l per
nianeiit than that or slavery, might with equal jus
iie mul nmch ili,m,i,'. i intrMluiml iittDMiiment
the Aorthern .Stuka, in relation W only to ttjriton
but to the swaiius or kuiokants ulio enurd o
horci."-X. V. I'ott.
A nail from tho platform of a recent whig Suite
Jiejuilced, Thnt we congratulate our brethren
throughout tho Commonwealth that we are a united
and harmonious party ; undismayed by our national
dcloat, and aiilto in prosperity aim anversiiy, scuiu
ing to barter our principles in exchange for powor
The Richest Mixe. Thoniauiire nppiied fo tho
nil nf knirlund amounts to three hundred millions
of dollars; being moro thau tho vuluo of its w hole
conimcrce, and yet the groatful Soil yields
back with interest all Unit is thus hivi.shol upen
Aud so it would be here, if we would only trust the
oil with snv nortinn of our ca
pitnl, iiut litis
rarely do. A tanner who has made money spends
it not in his business, but in snuin occupation.
buy more laud when ho ought to buy more tua
nurs, or he puts out bis money iu some joint stock
loouipuny to convert lunshine into moonshiue. Ho
ly upon it, our ciehest mine is the Isiru yard, ind
un nl.usn. llicy eon-,
, of those right-,
But Iheso notions a-,
whatever temptation stock or shares may offer, the
l'V-V ill. ill' T ill iv'i ,1 mi mn JO Hiv n-n. ,
Oil the Ki;
(.j, $,.,. 0
.f A'.i.iiist Win (unii.ai.y of boys!
.lemoii' l to li.ri n ltii!'l lYOrson in pi
with them' into die pirdcn ol Mr. I i"tiii. f ta it,
- "V. .' (" P"-'M-! i l.is rf..sl to
rh(ir ha c,,Ilpl,.t.,, ,llt ,0 r,,,,,,,;,,,.,! tiiin.
His torinentors then forced him into tho water and
fiendishly drowned him, le"au he v oiild not
Ftea!. There was tliotiuc lieni, and the tctiuitie
spirit of n inurtyr.
inc loiiowing lines, noconipaiiieu oy a .lonuiioii
Mr,i . ..... ... . . . '. I 1 .. - .1 .. .!. ..
to the fund that is to build his iiiiiiiiiiiiiiit, wor
sent from Laporte, to tin. Chicago Free I'ro:
How the marble lay the corn, r
Let the -monument nii-c!
For another Ilen fallen,
And his spirit walks tlii skies !
Mightier than Ainx w is l.e
Nobler than a Ce-"ni' horn ',
And his name shall be immnrt.il.
Spurning deutli w ith iiiurl.lyil si-virul
Itais-e tlih sluft i: s.-ril.c the Tablet
Can ( tbt! letiters .hep and bold!
Let the stone preach worlds the sermon,
"Truth is worthier than goMi"
Let it say to children' elnl Jn.'U--l.el
its lliai'l.'.i Iiv lev cul
I vers .ni's gr 'n rc i lutioii,
"JM'trltir tu 6it thru t uh"
NoTtn-iM. Comvcrsatiun. Wife, loompiaiu-j
ingivi I haven't move th in a tbinl oi the bed'.
Husband. ( triumphantly ; Well, that's all the
law allow o.
That, which is bona fide is ono of tlic best cur
tain talks we ever be nil i f.
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DISCIPLE ANTI-SLAVERY CONVENTION.
i IlnoTiir.r. Antilles. 1 bavi; seen with interest
yur proposition for a t'oii ven lion of these '.f our
frftt,,rl;,v v,ll0 r,.g,ir,l American Slr.vcrv. with
; r . ... " . .... , r .,, ... . . , ,.
Ju,' .ey. a, "the sun. or a,l .l.niuK. ;
with lr. Heecl.or, ns "an epitome or ail the wrong
that man can inflict upon imiii." I urn oik of that
. , . . .. . . r i .......
'number, nnd I should rejoice ex. cedingly to attend
such a Coiiv cnlii n.
ben Condon ,f ,1,1, bodv on
There v ill
.j We .liiesdn v in Janu.vv next. The follow-
iuc letter to the I'ditor of the Conima; i.tl w ill loll:
Mf.VTi.M. Sept. Cist, ls:).l.
f it wnro m,t r,.r the nversl.ii.low ii.g iiiiiuenco
"""', or of one wi,.,r, we should have had su. h
Convention hay y.
nd that ant who has writ-1
ten more than nnv Hvinif limn, un-.n the evil
I,,.:,,., ,ivi.-nc,l l,v mimes, is no (loins more than
. ,h; t nt ,, frw
, , , . ,
thought and free expression upon that system ol
wrong, abhorred oftiod nnd mun.
With best wishes for your suoccas in tho advoca-
pv of all righteous reforms,
l .... .1.. i. ...,...
...it, ii. .. i'iij.,1. i,
Vuiirs in truth and love,
MATTHEW S. CLAPP.
H. M. ADDISON.
lp I'l, . ;.- u ..win i.r .ivioii.ilnrv ..fiurnelOF ntol
wide remitntioii! be is n brother-in-law of Alexnn-
Michigan State Convention.
A Suite Auti-Slnvery Coiivciilioii will bo heid
the city of Adrian, on Saturday and Sunday, Oct
, 2d and Cod, commencing nt 10 o'clock on the inorn-
ing of the first day.
'J'bo object of tliis Convention is to bring together
. J ; .
two friends of t reedom of every shade of opinion,
for the purpose of n thorough interchange of ider.s,
Mini iliia ntltiiiti in. in fiiirLrt.
ttUj ndopii ju, in vutiwrt, of h...1i ui.:aure
.' V ration
!inti-hivery enterprise in this Siate, the ensuing
no t i'... r ::i t. i:t-
I ..V io.wi wi ii. ..ii. vrf mi , u..,v,i i. in ..vut.nw:,
to nil, and as the deepest Intere-da nre to be dia-
cussed, it is earnestly hoped that there will be
very large delegation from every pa.it or the State.
"I'ers from abroad who are on-j
gaged for the occasion, are illiam Lloyd Oarnsou,
. l .,,, W. Walker. Maiius R. ltobinson. Stetiliou
.. .... ....
s ! lister mill A i iV Ivel V 1 osier.
t! I' I I 11... 1.-..II.. 1'
It is eonti.lently expected that this win w tur
(ar nad most enthusiastic Anli-Slavcrv meeting
cvr , Ul0 .xte
Bv Order of tho State Cent, al Comiiiituo.
THOMAS CIIAXULKll, Chaiksi.ix.
J.vcou Walton, S.crc!'iri,
! THE Third Session of the Columbiana County
' Teachers Institute will be held in SALEM, com-
. v , ( j MM. and continuing
exe.-cises will bo conducted
,.,.,. r MUty experience. Evenin..; Lec
her ;tm.oM , , j fJr , IHV!UlU
j l"llur, and each female. Fifty Cents, for ilelruying
the expenses of thn Institute. It in 'ratifying
know ,mt .ltllido spirit of oinnlnli-n is' mani
in f,,s(p,j ; certain Townships, by nn effort to excel
the,intin ,mmilf,r f 'feaclipr w'hich such township
.,.il , I,I,, renorl us niemliers In nttemhince
eir-rt will be wanting on the part of the Committee
. , . 7.. 1 ,,,, ,
of Arrangements in make the session more profitable
aud pleasant than any ono which tins preeodud
Arrangements have been made by which malu
teachers can bo accommodated with board, from
374 cts. to jO cts. a dur.nnd females, free of chartre.
Kadi male member will bo expocted to pay One
.,,. ,i meeting of tlio IiiMitule. It is hoped
111. tl sucii u spirit win iipcnnie general, aim unit
Tm will bo tho largest Institute ever asipihbled
and.;,, (mr Cimntv.
K-llow Te ichers ! The timo when we shall
p.a.s.icl)c,, t hll(.t0 0 ,10 crmor f . imoiher
c,imll;liK( j, rnpi lly approaching. Are wo nerved
I fr ,i,p t.nnfli,.t with tlioso insidious foes of human
i happiness ignorance and vice ?
! u.n.lu nultulnl in tltn rr.f.,l unil.nl
Are our whole
; souls enlisted in tlio good cause t II not, let lis
aside everything not uppiriaining to lho I .richer
, vocnti md spend one week in onrneslly, faithfully
j reconnoitcring the ground, in burnishing our
mor, and in duly preparing ourselves lor lho
j duous duties which must inevitably devolve upon
,.us. , . , .
i "c are nuinorixcu to give nonce mai tne v.ouuiy
. llonrd or hxannners will hold a meeting Tor
examination of ieuclters, ill Baton, on t ritlay, I'.
1 Uct. -Mt".
J. MAHKH AM,
WM. M. LAIN,
0etu res will bo consecutive. A iwrtion of the
. tor will show tho application of these iciuuces
it, I Agriculture and tho Arts. Tho lectures on t'beui-
toy AX arrangomniit has boon mnde with
ST. JOHN, of Cleveland, to deliver a course
Lectures to tho citizons of Salem and vicinity,
each of tho scioncos of Goologv nnd Chouifstry.
The course will commence on Monday, Oct.
and continuo through tho week: consisting of
lacturo each evening, uud four, of one hour
through tho day. For tho necoinmodution of
who cannot atlnnd thn dnilv eniirso. Ihn avnnini.
, mry will be illustrated by chemical expcriuionts.
and those on Geology by a cabtimt of nuuerals.
Tickets lor tho whole course will be sold for
Dollars Daily Tiokots, 5 Oonta,
II is bopod that s niuuy tosobers, a well
others, as can make it conveuiont, vrill avail them
selves of this rare opportunity for acquirm.; u1'"'
Receipts for the Bugle for the week ending Oct. 19.
'1. A. Swim, Fowler,
M. Tyrrcl "
Alviii (uicr. Biitlcrsviile,
?;rn:t li iiudicmjii, Mi'iirg' si mv,
Ijot llolmei, .llarnliall,
' " i
l!i Imrd lbliii,
S. S. French,
1,. VI-17 1
:,. ,, - tj,j0.
- . .
Naiirj - iTnlni.i.in,
T. ii C. .Iarhal F.conomy,
W. r. Mullinix,
.1. .1. Iiivii. "
II. M. (! irieSson. Hermndinn,
James Miti-hner. Mt. I'nion,
(. oi-ge V. Cirpeiitcr, W.t L'liily,
Charles Cohin, "
I Stephen Verimm, Tecumseli,
A. r. Shannon, Adrian,
j.M. lingers, Ann Arhor.
J. i.'a I In linn, battle Creek,
Abh l Howard, Kaglevillu,
I Joseph Mills,
I M. V. Chuj.iiian. Wvlling'un,
I Aaron l'onlmr, Murll.oro,
Joseph Lockhill, Mt. I'nion,
-,i t-i !
i,' jT- :
t Ti-4 1. 1
'75-4 1." I
MAUHIKD-On the Kvcning of the Lltli Inst.,
by tie.., W. Wilson, Ksq., Mr. liAMKL
to Mas MA It I AM F.. UF.KPS, both of
Ml-'.Iir. ...,K. ,.r n,. t...,i - i,:. ..!,..
i ,. . n i . ' . i. ti
tntion in Florida, the notorious slave trader, Ilorr
j 11. Si.Avrrn. Ho built bis monument aforetime, in
the city of li.iltii.vi.ro, and inscribed thereon in en -
Jnrtiitf elinnu-teni. tears, vroans. shr'w.ks ,,.!
-el-s of tho hapless, wstrieVen
ib'spairing s'.avc. A t ,ii:t U e ir-.h is hi, memory.
1 - . .. S
GRAND MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT.
(!P THE flL8 II A V STATU,
Who have rcently boeii giving M.Hieil Kiiterlaiii
ments in the pr,n npal i:.cs and .11 igei in Now
with unoar. ilclle
sue ess, take pleasure in announcing to the L.tJics
ami Gentlemen of this place, that lli-'y will give
r.lllllllil ..... uiiivi v.iiii. in, ,,iii. i, aiv.ii;ii
tine Concert of
VOCAL & I V.STP.T.M f.XTA L MUSIC,
Oil fVi..iy tY'. (W. CI, at tho Tutrx Itvt.t.,
S,-?.- -VT.'I ,'",'w;11. I'"ent a cl,uloo s-.-leetMi,
Poors open at 7, Concert to coin nence nt 8 o'clock
T1CKKTS C." els. To be had at the doorj Chil-
ilren half price.
No postponement on account nf the weather.
S. Ai.rx.vMiEtt lit iins. Agi-nt.
TIIK .,l...:i.e I,ilt..n-.-F l Pi.l.i:.. S.tn .1 ll.n.
late residence of Hugh Pm-kcr, dc.-M. on tho 1S,
of llth mo., lN'.:!;nt I o'clork, P. M in HntlcrTp..
mile North of (ieorgetown. to tho high.'st bid-!'1""";
"ur "''' rent
eal estate, to wit:
JU1 1-4 AUKhS,
of good Land, wcil improved, nnd good water, with
a new dwelling uii.l barn, nnJ good Urcuard, in a
Condition mauo known nn.lav of s..!e;
AQl'IL.V lilNFOllI', Ex'r.
X. B. All pi-rs .ns indebted to tho F.stnte. ore
.P.. II.. ... ....1 .. ...11 1 . . i i;
re. icci. .my r:io.:s..-i. i-nn unii m.'iu,? iiuiucui'
aletv. AtI'ILA EIXIORD, Kxccutor.
Irtth mo., 18th, IS53.
12s) ACUKS OF CHOICE
LAND FOR SALE.
THE Snbicrioer, of German Township, FuUmi
' ouniv, vmio, oners lor v-uuaii urj uiuujiu
1. Trad K.O nores of choice land, situate 1
on the Toledo Plank lluad, adjoining tho village of
Burlington, andn Steam MiU, U mile from John-j
"Veil Viu'.hered.nd (rorquanoTln
acres can Iss bud ofl' its village lots in addition to
It arlingtcn, fur $ltX) per acre. I wiil sell the
t. Iiivn Ii .r 1 .1 r,er nerp.
............ - -
No. 2. Pitt acres of Land, adjoining tho above
tract, amc quality ol iiiinl, wiih nil tlio eouvcn-l
ienccs as the above tract No. 1, with o'J acres ini-!
nrovemiMiis on n, nun ti snout num.! oarn aini n
L g House on if, and J mile from liio Village of
Burlington, and i miles from ti g rail road. This
I w iil scil at il l per ture.
Also, No. 3. In,1; acres on Mill Creek, on the
T. Icilo St:.;o l!o;ul, a Ijuinlni; Bird's Mill. Good
Land nnd good location. This rami I will sell fori
fl'J per aure, nil cn- li in band.
Too al.ovo lands wiil bo sold without reserve,'
within four wocss from date, by
JACOB G. WILUIN,
Buriington, Fulton Co., Ohio,
Oct. 2d, IS5.1.
LIST 0? LETTERS.
UF.MAINING in tlio Post Office, at Su'.oin. Co
lumbiana County, Ohio, tlio Oth day tif October,
A. V. 1x03.
Aiusvvorth. Lydia II,,
Aver, I'.luu, .
A rick, George,
Bot.i, E. W.,
Looinis, E. C,
I.usk. J. W.. 2
2 MeMillcn, Mr.
Miller, John, 2
Myers, Mary E.,
Myers, Samuel, 2
Myers, Hannah P.,
Mcfiiuuis, Martha W.,
3 MnllKirn, Abigail J.,
Nay, Sarah C,
Kay lor, John,
Uivcrs, Charles t.,
Scott, William H.,
Smith, M iry W.,
Sworn, Mnthiiis, 2
Schoinnker, J. S
Smith, William, 2
Thomas, Sarah A.,
3 Thompson, W. F.,
Thomas, I!. E
Tousley, W. O.,
2 Ward, John,
Wisucr, Mis L. A,
W'olch, Mary Jane,
Wbeoler, Hiram C
OEO, W. WILbOK, P. M.
lie. I:. Ilielninl.
j lleau.s. Israel.
i Cuniiingliam, James,
(alhniin, Mary A.,
,, V Jlc,rew,
iaviw, J. S. A.,
i ,.,,irt, lliuid,
I Emerson, Geo. II.,
i r,,Pnv. .1..
; Forbes, John K.,
j Harris, Jonathan,
i Humphrey, Mary,
llimver, W, A
Johnson, Mary Anu,
1 "'M'7 " 8 " u''' experienced loacnors,
! "a,,! u"'r,i " r"""bM who. become 8tu
ono '" tli J9.-Ii.mj1, with fae.litios for advancement,
J Q UN SON & HOItNEIVS
. ....Iliini 4ow Store.
IS now open for the accotniiunlntion of the Public,
with a Urgtf and wull solcctod oortmcut of
KiPATY.AXD DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
i. n.,MnAf ITiinrr. RI:irC.H' WtM
r.H l,a, Milk, Thibet, and Bay State Sh iwls. Km
',"' ll.roi.lerv, ltibbons, )l(s.W and Inrgo rtw-k
iof tinm Shoes, sol. I at .vi.f sa.-inisetis pr.ee-, ,
Trimmings in great vnri.'ty, lictr K) !t) M Wi'
Veils, and l.fldies' tHun H-xits, sometlnn)r i.ew.
Ours is the oniv store In t-wfi lint has a good
'irl.t. We have lvn at g;-eat ce.cnso to put
Skr.l.i.fl.f in our store, so that oureustomersi Wi!
iiothivetobiiv thegomls on the lesk. Weirs
determined to keep tip with the times; H'tvly ly
. .. 1 1
'" f,"'a" I r",tilf-
P. S. Giids ext.ressly f,.r Friends, f.ms, Mil' all
the nst of mankii'iJ, w lio want Cheap O'jode V
wish to inform the Public that we bave the largest
stock of I'r.jss Silks in towns in fact we wish it tu
be understood that our store is the .Silk Sloreof tLe
pljee. And e arc not too modost to tell what wa
;Lavc to sell, "
JOHNSON k IJOUNEK.
Oct. 11, l.so3. , i.t.
; ;. .. r,
Sfj;SALEM UNION SCHOOL.
Ti,;, 1: ,i.,.i .i.:..t. !. n,.i
This S diool. which commenced is first nessioB
Ausr. rsth. ls.'i't. is now insuoeessful owration, Willi
,1.T f""ei;rn and two liundrcdand fifty distrct scbol-
ars in nttRii'ifim-e a number w hi;b has moro than
'justified the trt mt sanguine cxpucUtione of iu
Messrs. M -Ciain and Murkbam will be coutio
ued as Siji.erinendenfs; the former of the Commer
cial nnd High S hool )ciai tincnts, the latteroftbe
otl.or I Vr.in ni-nt .
Mr. trelcr. Uolmest,.!,, who sneut many yeari
i' instructor in son.o of the best schools in Gorniany
. 1(1 ,vho ,TcU kllwn iW n, ftn Mj ltUyuut .J
, experienced km-lnr. is now ensured to outer tho
: High School I'cp.-.rtincr.tv st tlx coi'.in.cncoinont of
"'- trii. r.iid n.;ecliaru-e of Classes in the
, (,.;., ' UlrU, ,ZPaV, terin.aVaihLmselves i.fthe
. " -
advantages oi a cnrcinllv piei.ared J3rHr nf
I lures on Anatomy and Physiology, iilustruted by
i an excellent rreurii .i,mikin and Mic.eton; nnd ais
j io of a full C'iuv-e of Less ms in Pehumanship by
i an ('tuuiuplis'ted Penuisji, on moot-rate torina.
J Tiioso who wish to qutlify tbemsclvcs for tcaol.
i'l"-, htve an spnortunity of nttmiding a wcl.-coos
, (.(,lu.,c (lf iu ;, r,,..ti, ,, f teacfiing, oraan-
ui(lR nj (,,.,l,lt(,tig f, K 4 ; ; .
. ., . , 1 TV 1
1 in. v'u, j.oi ..oin ii.ni I'ui 11I..IUI.II1.S l.lt. I V
ceive .hie attention. Litorary classes arc formed la
flip School, nnd a well-organized Literary Society
norm incntly cnmieclcd therewith, , A Dtstiktiug
Sicieiy is also in successful operation.
A (.' .niinittee recently appointed by tho Board
for that purpose, leve ina-le nvraugnients by
w hich Slinlents can be furni -Jic.i with good boarj
at per week. Tli0 who wHh'tu board them
I .. . 1 i .
sol voi can obtain roomi.
Tho School i furnisliej with a sot of good Phil
osophicnl. Chemical nnd Astronomical Apparatus,
and a well-selected Cabinet of Minoculti; also, with
Outlino Maps, Auat imicnl Plates, Ac, iic.
Tiieso o Iv.intnges, added to tliofe.t.f a pleasant,
healihy and nccessibie lpcaiion. the liiHitenee of
moral and intelliei t eom:nuiiitr,'nr.d'tl'.e effiuioitt
eeiui to tn.r:e to w una at any scnooi, wuetlier
i.iuiiu uronvui", .it ii, is parioi mu cuaie.
In addition to tl.o above tanguagos,' the Course
or instruction embraces Orthngisiphy,- P.eading, in
cluding, MandcviU' Heading an Oratory, Moutal
and Written Arithmetic, Ouogrnphy, English Oram,
mar, including Analysis, Natural " Philosophy,
Chemistry, U .tanv. Astronomy, Oeolojjr, Anatomy
aud Physiolozy. iiistnry, Mental end Sloral Phil
osophy, Logic, Hook-Keeping by Single aud liou-
hie hntry, Alguora, Uoonuitry, Appiioation ot Al
gebra to liooinetry. Plane nnd Spherical Trigon
ometry, Surveying, Construction or .Trigonometri
cal Taldi.'s, Coiiie Sections, Spboricnl projections,
Uc icriptive Oeonn try, MntLoinulicui. Pliilosupliy,
and Mathematical Astronomy.
X. B. Lessons in Pen and Pencil Drawing,
Sketching, and Paintinfr iu Water Colors, and alto
nn the Piano, can bo had of competent! nstractors,
,Q ,.ur vil aire, on reasonable terms.
(i ' - -
iTL'ITION TEU QCAUTF-R OF ELEVEN WEF.K3.
Book-Keeni'ic ' ''
ti. ..''. i.i.. n... .... ir:..
. . ...... n . ... . -
ry. Natural Philoophv, Chemistry, As
tronomy, t.eology. Anatomy, 1 lysiolo
The Lau'n and Greek Languages, the. Higher
Branches of Matheinaties, wi.h their ap
plication to Natural Philosophy, Astroiic
' a' r
EXTRA CHARGES. ..
The French ni.d Gorman Languages,. eaeb, $2,'0
Tho Winter Term will coiumeuce Nov. Till, 1SC3
and continuo 17 weeks; tho Spring '1'srni, March
'Zvih, Itii 1, and contini'.c 12 wcoks.
Foreign Sidiolars will not be: o.tlntllted' for leas
tiian bull a quarter, and each one wiil be' expected
to pay the tuition for this timo in Advance;.. Should
a Scholar be prevented by sickness, from attending
a half quarter, an oquitttljle proportion of this f'j
will be rofundc 1. . ' " i -
Though scholars can enter tho School at tr.y
timo, they will ttnd it greatly to their advantage, to
commence witn tlie term.
Wo insert a few of tho regulations which have
beon ft lop'.cd for the goveiumeut of High Scl.ooi
13. II: Fo-'clgn scholars may, If they wish It,
study during tlio intervals botweon recitations, at
their respective boarding houses, unless in ecus
qtieneo of non compiiunce with the Kcgulations of
tlio School, they nre forbiddon to do so by eitiics
tho Principal or tlio Board. District soholars may
under a like restriction, do the same, f the Princi
pal and thuir Parents or Guardian uonscut there.
13. II: Scholars who are Boaruiim' In the vil
lage orvicinity for the purpose of attending School
win ne required w continue ineuisetves as tncy
would bo expected to in a well regulutod family,
and in a quiet, peaceable and orderly comu.uuitv,
T meet the incre isir.g dcninud for suel'aa Ed
ucation as wiil quality students for performing the
duties of tlio Counting Boom with accuracy m.d
dispatch, this Dupartuient has been connected with
the School, In it the various branches -ot. Book
Kooping by Single and Double Entry, Mtircaiitilii '
Computations, A.c, will bo taught; a wolburrsMgcd
Sories of Lecture on Commercial Law delivered
by a Member of tho Bar; aud and a full Course of
Lessons in Penmanship givon by f,n able lustrue.
tor. . .
In addition to going through the text book
f Duff's Book-KoepiiiK.) Stiidnnt will be required.
to perform Bliick-lsvaru and Manuscript Exercise
daily. Eleven weeks are considered umpla time to
complete the course of instruction in tbie Depart
mcni. - ,
Mr. Mof'lain is a grad utile of ono nf Ilia Lust
Commercial Colleges in the West i well acquain
ted with the hcience of Accounts, snd I an expert
enoed teacher nf Book-Keening; w hare no doubt,
therefore, that his course of Imtmctien is as thor
ough a that given iu any Mercantile EstubUih
ment in the Mate. , v
Tuition for tho Courv . $i,0a
(student can enter this Perstrtmejit tt py ti
when the School ii in ion- , ,
Uj Or.:r orrS Beard.
jVinN nABFis, cr?,-,