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NEW ENGLAND CORRESPONDENCE.
A.HTI-SUAVHRV flTl I. Boston, I
Nor. lOib, 1853. J
tK Ak Marii i Several of my friend, in their
generous solicitude about my journey homo, wished
to communicate my arrival through tho Bugle.
lly the date of thin, you see I nm at least so near
the spot I seek, ns Boston.
I left Cleveland at nine o'clock on Monday eve
ning. Iu tbo first eleven hours, we made less than
two hundred miles. In the next ten and three
quarters, I rode from Buffalo to Albany, vrr three
'AtiHnYecf mile.'. Wo made the distance between
Rochester and Syracuse, eighty mile, in a little
less than two hours, nnd stopped four times on the'
way. To-day, between Springfield a.id Boston, we
one hundred milca in thrco hours. So you
we are not very far apart after nil, if we reckon
Vy Hfimlitr oj' hoiin. Instead of miles. I move
that we tote ourselves " near nciihlmrn " ns ,ve
do very properly, by measuring by hour, in-T;11
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tcad of uulcs. At nny rate, I hnvo " "miMT.r'
' Ohio to my neighborhood, nnd shall be htippy to;
have my neighbor there cnll on me, ns often as
The only thing to be reported from New Kngland
to night is, that tho Coalition has just been muted
here in Massachusetts, "horse, foot nnd dragoons,"
by a despcrato rally on the part of the Whigs;
and neither the President of the I'uited States,
linr his Illustrious Attorney, Caleb Cndiing, have
. anything more to fear ill this quarter at present.
. Coalition is ground to pumice if not to powder. I
am sorry truly for their disappointment. The
whigs deserved defeat far more than ther, if we
xropt the leadors. As to them, generally,
parties deserve but ouo doom, and that is, detent
and discomfiture, until they w ill cease to bring
moral and religious reform into the arena of party
politics, by Juniutt roiij'utwn anil cvulitiuii, with
Whig or Democrat, to put such men as the
Amblers and the Aliens into power. Thou
sands and thousands of the people nro led into
these snares and delusions, who sincerely desire,
not the nun-ftlennion, but the wm-txintenvt of Sla
very. In this state, the defeat has been tho result of
the "masterly inmlirilj" p dicy pursued over, by
the Free Boilers, except just on tho cvo of the
II ut I nm too much fatigued to write nioro to
night. Let mo bo over known and believed us the
true and ardent friend of
Yours and your readers,
LETTER FROM INDIANA.
DlBitx, Wayne Co., Indiana, )
1 1 ill mouth, 5th, bod. j
Friund Marm s: I begin to feel ufraid that my
pay for tho liuglo is run out, so that I am now
reading a paper when it is not paid for, which I
havo thought 1 never would d". 1 have inclosed in
this letter one more dollar. I like the arrangement
which I understand you have lately made that of
topping ' the paper when the pay rni.s out. 1
always believed iu it. I love to read the Hugle; 1
should fed lonesome without it.
' If thee run, pnre mom in somo corner cf it, just
to inform its other readers that the old man is yet
alive in the body, and ns much nlivo in spirit for
- the doing away of slavery mid other evils as ever
be was, ' Hut 'csjieeially that of slavery. It does
ikiii to nie uiiaccouutnble, how nny rational being
can ever be willing to have a fellow mortal toil for
hi benefit without returning n just equivalent. It
does apiear to me that there u a very great defici
ency soniowherti in something. I nm ufraid it is
in tho popular religion of the day : that " tho lead
rs cause tho people to err, nn those who urc led
'tiy them are destroyed." That the common theology
iloet not, nnd is not calculated to change the people
"from darkness to light, and from tho power ol
evil unto good." That tho clergy (who lore to bej
railed the " llevcrend and Right Reverend") spend
the very breath which they tliui:ll spend in warning
the people of their mil sins, in sounding the alarm
agaiust the itiutyinetl infidelity of Win. Lloyd Oar-i'n
rison, Joseph H.irkor, Parker Pillsl.ury mid others.
Now I bvlivvo that tbeso men nbovo named are
doing more good, or would do moru good, if those
"divines" would "get out of the wuv," than a host
of those II lyntons and others of the clerical cloth
have done lately, or perhaps ever will do. It docs
seem to mo that those llible bigots und old sectarian
folks have signally failed ; that instead of taking
hold and helping along the reforms of tho day, they
arc doing ull thev can to prevent ; that they would
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Vn i..ij ( "..' wr i. "S'"' ''"i-"
against men"; " that they will not enter themselves,
nor suitor them who would cuter to go in," if they
can prevent it.
When our good friends, Pillsburv and the Grif-
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fings were coining to Indiana, tho pulpit-men and
the press-men sounded tho alarm to frighten the
people from going to hear " tboso inlidols." But
they came out and confessed (explained) their inii.
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delity, and there were nioro of tbo people ublo to
"Lear it" than I had expected. Some, (I for one.)
were much pleased with it. I beliove it is the only
well-grounded hope for tho salvation of our nation.
t wnnLI mil ifiva ruin nf llmkA ' lull, tola" n vivtrn
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of those right reverend iliviucs. One of these
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sectarians, (o Methodist,) inme to our meeting.
lie said after meeting, if God would forgivo him
for attending that meeting ho would never attend
such another. One of my sons replied, if God
would forgive him for giving them money to help
them to build their new meeting house, ho would
promise never to do so again till they would do
better. It was proven at that meeting that oven
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the Methodist Church North wore A " Hrotherbood
f( 4Vif," Vow these guilty Methodists hate us,
fur the snme ronton that one wa hated eighteen
hundred yeare agoi "Uccnuso wo tell them tho
J thought I wus done, but it has come into my
luind a littlo nioro to notico this "infidelity," about
.which there is so much tum mi hi many conflict
ing opinion. "I ulso will show niino opinion."
f Ui nothing but plain, simpla, puro, un
Adultoratod truth, suuh as God and niituro teaehus
)a all men, or would if tho priests would "got out
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belief was said to be getting into t ie Society of
fftman. about wlneh thero wo sutU an outcry
frajsii4 When I inquired iuto it, I found it was
jukt what I had balioved ever since I could remem
ber. A neighbor of mine, after that asked nie
what thil Hickslto belief was; und when I told him,
aid he, "If that's it, 1 hnvo been a Ilieksite ever
since I was anything." When A. J, Davis preached
his " infidel" sermon at Cleveland, ho commenced
by asking, " What will the people nay f" and oudod
by concluding they would say, " I always thought
that way j" to, when tha good friends whom you
lately aeut to us from Ohio, oxplained tbuir iulidol
iry, Uiose of us who wore not bewildered by priest
craft, (aid, ' w always feaw it so." It una pond
common sense, such ns nil would believe if they
dare to. "And l.o who dure? to look beyond these
sacerdotal inclonircs, who (ins t l.o courage to be
guided by tha light of (j(,d in bin own heart, nwny
from thin mythological darkness; be who is thus
daring is emancipated fn m slavery," "the truth
ninkea him free," and henceforth bo walk in
light, and more light is ever bursting in upon li in
liberated mind. The few nro thus strong and thus
St. Louis last week. The society is contemplating
sending a company of emigrants to Liberia next
Tho following resolutions which were adopted,
speak in the true vernacular of colonization, ro
rMriio move nn alien race civilize nnd christianize Afri
ce ca by thco aliens.
1. lienilnd. That as far as human r ye ran scan,
Coloi.izati, n oilers the only practicable plan of ro
can . ;'r midst an alien race and of thus
'giving to Alncu the blessings of civilization nnd
2. Hundred, That the cause of Africa, ns pro-
Colomeation in Missouri. Tho Missouri Colo
nisation Society held its eleventh anniversary in
cnie.i uv n o American t olonixntmn Society, com
mends ite" to the confidence and earnest co-operation
of every philanthropist nnd christian.
bothleruolty to slaves "nro exceedingly raro at the
How very complacently the slave-holders regard
themselves because n verdict has been found by a
j"r,V ngai.ist the wretch w ho could perpetrate so
unheard of a barbarity as that described below.
" hat the punishment is, the writer does not tell,
ami we do not know. We should like to have the
Baltimore Sun give ns some evidence that cases ol
South." Tho usscrtioti is nguinsl probability nnd
against evidence ; nnd we don't believe it, nod even
this verdict will not convince tho world . f its truth
From the Baltimore Times.
j which sho bus escaped, outpnarisoe old phurUoe
YlNUlCATlO.N OF LAW AND IK Ji.VNllV IN SolTll
CaiioLI.na. Wv liud ill lliu Cuariesioii Conner ol
ihe 1 -It It inst., an iiccoiini ol loo trial nnd coiiVic
tun ol it VMiilc man I .1 11. e inu.Uci' ut u simc. U c
wiuiany jioii ii.u tvi'. a.' iu u.-approval ot Hie vcr
.ucl. Cikcs ot oni ily to slaves uiu vxlicmeiy laic
altho South, but w licli lliey Uo occur, ilio pcnalue
lot too iiiw sin. ma uu uil.iciua lo lliu lullcM exiuul.
1 .!. siioiiUI be cxu.uiid, mm his acuiiij'iues m
mo tieiid.sti el'ilou
A irivatc letter, received from Wnltorborough,
gives tbo sui.jon.ea account ol tnc tin.l ol Hie ca,v
Ol IUU HaiV . B. 1 IIIIILIB ."H'llVJ, IUI tf.V I.IUl.tVI VI
a s:uve, i.cloio di.Uu O'Acaii at that placu, on
'edi.vsdiiy i 1 1 -1 , lioluva in last .iliinlay's luuiiir.
H o uiiue Willi too writer iu Ins si.oiig approval ot
Uie vciui. t as not only iinpeiaiiveiv caucu lor
me ciioriiiit.es ot the cum-, oui us iiiiiicaung pub
lic sciiliuiei.t as to the propriety ol visiting win.
cuiulign punishment tho fuioli und cowuidiy mur-Ucici-
of Hie lowiy una Ucicikcicss siuve.
"inc omy o.vii..i in u vc.Uicl, alter a bull
houi' s aci.oo.uiioii, -i,uiinl .vioiiev, lor tuc muriici
a. a slave, uc.u l'u.c. tvny, in luly last, lliu
O.eic.o-U was nuar una uiiu,i.ciiuiiauie tlioiigh in
part ciicuiinlaiiiiul, uinl koiuprii.ua a hisio.y ol u
.oust diabolical and atrocious muiaer pei peiraleir
on a poor uciciKC.c.ss und unoucuanig niavu, alio
iiiougii ii iiwcnm v.uvi i
wlm n ii, s Honor itevlaica execeuea any savu,
oai oiuity hv had ever hearU ol '. t wo otner prison
ers, cliiiiged us pariicipiitoisiu the same iioiioioanu
uuinn dot' oni L ur.iy ,u.d niuracr.uieyet loou trivU.
1 i.e tepulati nnd tnc July una incai.incl (Colleton;
nave oven uuoly v indicated by tbo Widici, wmci.
re.viveb toe go. icr.il, ii not tho universal upprubatiuu
ot the community"
iNiicc the lorcoing was written we have Icai ncu
that tno iniiriluic.i navo was u ruiiawuy, whose
owner was unknown; Hull li.u iteu.ous in liuniaii
s.mpe, who murdoied him, first shot und winppou
nm .lien .ni nun in a vivo aim loiiiucu u.iu in
ccruieu nun wiin uuexumpiou isiumhuh,
set h.iu lo-.so and ran him uowu wn.i Uiooa iiouiei.,
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and linully, us was supposed, cut him up und luu
the dogs with Ins tlvsli.
lliu heart sickens ut the very mention of such
dcuoiiiuv cruelty und hellish enormities.
W e nave Lend of no limine, nor ui.y provocation,
uri the part ol the oor sluic, assigned lor these un
iar ileiiod lUr.A.ui-H ; ni.d wv uie lold that the mui
derers wuro a band of runaway hunter Iimiii the
uini'llc or upper pin t of 11. c Siaiu, and tliul one ol
t .o.ii 1 a oi.... ui i.'i.&.uvia..iu p....ci.y.
Tmk Pkoim.l'h Joirnal is a new monthly "illus
trated record of agricultural and niecbaiiical science
m, Useful knowledge." It furnishes two volumes
a year, ut fifty cents per volume. The first No.
nntuius a gri at amount of useful knowledge and
ii ntt in ALr.XAMiF.R. we inui uie pleasure,
I this morning, nfn c ill from this young mini, whose
I siiisiibir escape from n court room in Cincinnati,
i few d ivs ago, our readers will remember. (Mr.
I Alexander was called "Lewis" in tho trial.)
lie explains his saying tint ho wanted to go back
Kentucky. Tho deputy Marshals, Kluck nnd
! Drydcii, came and Usik him from the it 1 1, nnd told
. I.,,.. I .-.., .1,1 l.n mil' li Let Ol- fi.r lion to i.fv lie u-m
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lii.incsn knn.lliewanteil logo ba.-k; iiiKltliimllie.ini
no, he would not be sold down tbo river, nnd the
l'l"1 ' ' bo did ns they desired him. for bo knew
,',PJ' ,"'t '''"n ovcr 40 '" home, he could run
n",n T ' "V . , ... , ..
Mr. A. is n very fine, intelligent looking young
Illnn probably about 21 years old. Ho bud lived
fivo years with Matshsll, the man who claimed to
1 wn him. Was probably about 1:1 when Marshall
1 ,'r"1,-llt 1,1,11 !'r."m 'l'"!1."1, !"!rt :f K',"''.v.
i Ho knows nothing ol his kindred, only that ho was
,.,, ,;H m(.r md died not long after he went
to live on Marshall's l imitation. Marshall is n
nephew of tho notorious Tom Marshall. Poire of
Tun New York Ousrrver, which can nlwnys
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' find apologies for slavery, "as plenty as hhickber-
1 ,.-,. -u guHerin n moral ngno fit, over the acting
iof I'uelo Tom's Cabin in ono of the theaters in
It miikes a fenrful picture of tbo prostitution nnd
vice connected with the theater, nnd then charges
to thil nirtHl drama with tbo couliden.o of an
oracle, the ruin of hiiinlieds of inoceut souls it
bus enticed there. If. ns tbo sanctimonious Obser-
J' U i "SaM ln.,l,e ot' J1'" tho
houry Fiend surely drives his business with less
,,,,,, ulmI t,.l.l,.,vdncss, for we hnvo ubunduiit
testimony to the visible moral improvcu cut caused
in tho theater by this drama. The rduco is no
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in iba n1iiiiidoiiid and nroll iiato. lhev tiud
us littlo uleasure in sin h a play as does tho Utitcrrer
itself, though they are probably nioro honest in
giving the true reason of their dislike. This af
fected horror of tho llieuter by a paper that has
outraged mercy, purity and truth by its unscrupu-
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lolls support OI me ludicrous sysieill oi slavery
by a i. i.or that demaiids the return of every lugi-
' tiv-c slave woman into that nit ofoollntioufr.ini
Never did tho throat of hypocrisy show groatcr
itv to HWllllllW climuU ,,,'ilo .training at g uits,
,!,., ,iH Uiis of tho nluuin and well fed Uoacru.T,
Lemon Case. Goy. Cobb, of Georgia brings up
tbo Lemon Slave case, tried in Now lork, and do
eided by Judge Puy lie. Our loaders ronionibor it,
The stave which sets foot on Now York is froo, ac
cording to this decision.
Gov. Cobb holds this decision to be against the
Constitution and justice Georgia had nothing
to do with the caso. No citizen ot hers was inyol
ved in it. It was conflnod botwoen a Virginian and
thil statutes of Now York. VetGeorciu is invoked
to unit with Viririnia in euinloing the nblost
cr.uuscl. before tbo Supreme Court on this question
Now York will icIst I. C. Jm.
News of the Week.
Lnc10 , , , v aoin is sti It gomg bravely ni ., e
theatres of Pittsburgh nnd Cleveland. 1 he
testimonial to Mrs. Slown in Britain has rem bed
t'. I . r. . . , . . .1
1,5(10, and olTorts nro now making to increase
it to 2,KK). Wellington'. Head Quarters!
are to bo planted with ornamental trees by the fit-1
mens or .Nowburgh.-
Much damage has been
lono by the burning of prniiies in Missouri ami
Illinois. Tho proprietors of several of the;
large hotels in New York have contributed to fur
nish a Thanksgiving dinner to tho poor of tbo Five
Points. A most destructive storm passed over
Connecticut last week. Steamers nrc now run
ning between Pittsburgh nnd St. Louis. The
New York Times says, that "on nn nvrnge, the
best mechanics of that city bavo two children apiece.
The journeymen printers of Cincinnati have
demanded nn increase of 0 per cent, on their pic
vioiis wages. Sonic of the piibli-dicrs talk of cm
ploying women. li inniui has "caved to Ins
rival in the Pictorial line. Ho has sold out bis
Illustrated News to (iteason of Huston. The
Legislature of Georgia met on the 8th Inst.
Col. ScllOlller. A distillfruiNtied Whirr editor of TImm.
ton, is to be editor of the Cincinnati (i.uette.
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Joshua 1!. Gel. lings is to lecture ut Rochester, N.i
Y., on the 20th inst. Senator Athcrton, of!
I New Hump'.bire, died last week. Ho was the'
elccted successor of John P. Ilalo.and distinguished
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i.n ii, y uioicroi iiic ccieuruivu gag ruiu in v, on
Is Keki ino.-
The National Democrats of Wasb -
ington City. held, on the llthinst., a jubilee meet-!
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tng over the unexpected number of votes cast in
Acvr lork ley the Adamantine. A resolution was
proposed to the e!Tcct that a full endorsement of
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full endorsement of the orthodoxy of thcYan Unpen-
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lies. 1 loa wn nonwi,l..rn.l nt, I ii.m ..Til.
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infallibility of the Ad. ninitrati. hi, whereupon nm h
ex.:iteineiit and disorder ensued, To preserve order
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nty Collector, after which a general light ensued,
during whivli tl.o meeting broke up.
I'm ls Ton. We learn from the
-New 1 oi k papers, that there is now being produced
nt larm', M,ouuli n ,w,v drama
I 1 ucio i un s
Cabin, wit'i I'lulu Tom left out; probably nt (he
request of the slaveholders. From the accounts, it
seems under this title to La the iire.enioli. n of
pro-slavery nfl'air, designed to counteract the influ
ence of the book and of the drama ns before pre
sented. Harnum might ),e in be in better business.
Shamo on him.
A Woman's Rights Convention is called at Ro
chester, on the 30th inst. It is designed to tube
some practical nnd c flU ient measures to bring the
,lut'l""11 bcir grievances before the New York
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Legislature this winter, nnd to ndvnuco the pe. un.
inry nna i.usiness relations ot woinpn iu tl,0 Mtate
1 lie call is issued by Mrs. Stantou, Mrs Rose, and
other distinguished ladies.
Ho Ior C.ssvi.A.-The last Voice . f
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records tho nrrivul within a lew days of six fug:.!
lives irom lemiessee, lillecn Irom .vltssouii, und
four from Kentucky, at Windsor; while itseorrcs-
pondentnt A.iietsburgh announces the nrrivul there
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(fmty in one company. Unit's well done. Six.
ty-livo southern chattels transmuted into iiiininnlX.
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t. n.un.iK mm ivw uavs, uy crossing irom n
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deinocriitic to a monsrchml government.
Pf.nnsvi.vani., F.un. The Eighteenth Pennsyl
vania Anti-Slavery Fair will be opened on tho eve
ning of December 5th. Its attractions says the
Frcemau.will I unusually great, surpassing those
of any former year.
Lut Stone, after her lecture in Louisville, de
livered a courso in New Albany, la. They were
well attended, and aroused a deep spirit of inquiry
which promise much good. Wo nro glad New
Albany has hud u visit of this kind. It needed it
Trstivioniai.. The New York
Friends guvo a coinplinentary rucepli.
n on Solid. iv
night last, tu Mahv C. Y.ui.iix, for her efficient
services iu the temperance canso in the city.
Giieat Fmr. in Nlw YoiiK. Property to the
amount of near a million of dollars was destroyed
by fire iu New York last week. The fires occurred
in the eastern and western parts of tho city ut the
Gr.oimiA. Governor Cobb, in bis Annual Message
to the Georgia Legislature, recommends that the
Lciiuncn ease shall bo carried to the Supremo Court,
provision being nindo to employ ublo counsel in be
half of Georgia.
CnoivnAii Law. Judge McLean of the United
Slates Court has sustained the injunction, restraining
tho Auditor of State from collecting tho taxes
of the Ohio Life &. Trust Company, under the crow
Mrs. Catiirine Davis, wifo of Andrew Jackson
Dnvis, died ut Hartford, Ct., on the 2d inst.
Washington Nov. 21.
The amount of debt canceled lat week amounted
to upwards of half a million of dollars, leaving
the outstanding obligations of tho United Stutes lit
Tho Sandaich Islands twelve in number em
brnccs a superficial area of about six thousand und
ono hundred s pure miles. Four of them rockey
r,in,n .vr, Si , .TV v Tl. At'!
sin Freeman's Journul, in aniiouneing the cloction
of Mr. Peter Dawson, the Democratic member
elect ol tno Asseiiu.iv lor tno twoittn uistrict, says
li l. .1 ; . . .
"Wo congratulate Mr. Dawson on his election.
Ihutiih te thereby lone a most reliable and ex uient
currier of our paper." Very handsomely done, is
it not 1
Ocean Postage-. It is said thnt tho Postmaster
General will recommend a reduction in tho rates of
ocean postage generally. The arrangements which
he has made with the German States, by which the
rates of postage bv tho way of Bremen have boon
materially reduced, are generally buing extended
ovcr ull Northern Europe
New York Life. A letter from Now York,
alluding to the class of persons most sovercly affect
ed by tho money pressure, says:
"Ono of the distinguished persons whoso paper
wont to protest, presented to his wife, Inst winter, a
luiintlo costing three thousand dollars. Another
gavo his better half a luco dress costing twius that
amount, whilst still nnother gavo a church tho
enormous sum of vevonty thousand dollars. Now
tlio tables aro turned, and tho failure of thoso fivo
or six may cause tho ruin of hundreds of others.
Fo Libert! Throe fugitive, slaves, from Vir
ginia, passed through our village one day last week,
on tholr way to Ciinnda. They bebmgod, originally,
to a gontlouino of Riobmnnd I but on his death
were given their fveo lorn, ou condition they would
emijrito to Africa. Thlv ther r'n!r-l tu 4, and
i tbey were Iniinediately hired out to different i-
I dividual bv their present owners, tearful I lint
I they might be ol lo B'.mc pbmtor down Ninth,
! they reso.vcd to run oT. When they arrived here,
: i- w,.in t.lm, hi linked, ond without shoes to their
'feet, but tlroii'h the liberality of some of their
fi.. ,t ,;,,-,rtMy vU,, and
,.lit 01) t1(,ir wnv rejoicing. They nie safely in
(I. inert Vic's loiiiinions hv this time 1 intra J'f
r,11Krsr -,., tn Trixn-H. The nrriirle -
tors of the Cumberland Iron Works, on Cumbci land
'river, Tennessee, have engaged tho services ol
twenty Chinese Coolies, as iron workers. Tbey are
expected to nrrivo shortly at Cincinnati, from
whence tbey will he forwarded to their destination.
It is stated that the Chines! nro very expert i"
The LARr.r.rr Cou.r.oE li the Unite r State.
The w hole number of students in the theological
coll-wiate an.; I preparatory dejurtments of OIrli;i ,
College is l.o'.i i, ol whom ii-o are male, undbiJ.
ure fi in.ilc
(itr.AT Flood jisd I.o'ii or Ltrt. Cork, Ircl uid,
iei me cuiioiiy rooiui mifl uceu ii-iii'm ry ii ikiii-
I. b. i! i i.... iv .i ....i -i.i t ..t
i- ited l y n tern-
the inorn'i.iif of the 3d the western i.'.irt of Cork
was covered with water
at 1) A. M. tho
. Parado became Hooded
i;,.r....i,. i i, i ,i. .,.,,,1, w ,1 1 1
llll'J IIIU nin:.lin Ml
eov eringlhell.it of thocitv. At noon business was
suspen. led and all shops dosed.
.. r"Th-r wo 3,05 cliil It-en ftttending the pub-
lie schools ot Lincinniitt.
Nxw I'ntNTlMi Pr.rss. We have witnes-ed with-
n day or twolho running of Wilkinson's Cylin-
'inaU ,,".,1nr.v. '". which limits simultaneoiisly
I ir.im a roll ol pauer Mh hum of n newspaiier like
j The Tiihunt, delivering the papers cut und ready
for f. I. ling. The press is of the most simple con
struction nnd very e. mpar t.
It is not mora than
' - bt feet in length by (!,, in brendth, nnd perhaps
"v'.' ,n W: ,A ' o-;ork supports two
p urs ol cylinders, ea -h about eighteen inches in I
diameter. I pon rne of these eWinders nro tl.e'f,ir
lyj.c that print one side iT the iiaper. and upon
'" "H.r those that print the rovcr-o, the printing
cylinder, which civos tho ininrc-siou. bcintf below
in the one cylinder and nbovo in tho other. A roll
of lirilltilHP lt.lt.er W iiwomiibul tn nt. ii-ftn
I ,i r r- T-" v w"
'...! n I ..e .1... l. . p
1 I ', . . 1 ' ' " lc Fre
a level w nh the cylinders, nnd but n foot or two
VenlM-od Irom the nearest one. And th s. w th t he
inking rollers nod the cutting apparatus, constitutes
M f l0 m,.,,,j,.,.ry. Tho ,,rintiT,- J,
eemn-.em e 1 by tuklng the end of the pnpor (Vcm
the roll nnd drawing it through the press in a nearly
noriiomai line, pacing it umler one ol typo cylin-
dcrs and over iheother. The power is then apfilied
mid the cylinders revolve, causing a corresponding
revoluti if the r. II of paper whi. h is thus intssvd
li the cylinders, receiving its impression on
side ns it vi tut. As it passes out ut the
opposite ond of the ma hi
lie, it h cut off nt regular
mt-'rvuls. mid the se'.nrnte
I Is lull regularly into
a .ilo. J ho cutting apparatus is of admirable sim
plicity und betuty, mil cuts wet paper ns infallibly
' as dry. Ti il imv.
Receipts the Basic for the week ending Nov. 23.
"ulcutt, L'. Roy,
j S II. t.'ii-c. R'iniloliih.
Iitiuney Maith.rd, Rundolpb,
M . II. iieiiuiu, .Marlboro,
L. M rrilield,.S:illivan,
N". Huswell, Middleburv,
O. Phelps, Cherry Vnllcv.
Henry (Mis, Sag'-rney,
Saloin Civcn. Jay Court H also,
2. (si- J7
74- 4 oil
,"nei,i,,n i,. i iii.'iv, .'iii'aoon.
: K ther Walton, Mirll. iro.
i-iienloii II. I'i
r.eiijamiii 1 . S. I iii, Atw:.ter.
l. I reat. Mogadon.
i Thomas .Morgin, Marlboro,
!"iVM V" 't'T- W'1.,;;'"ii,on
j S. Ilendersli.it, l.-.inavillj,
- s. M. Itissctt. Rootstown,
t it li ... vi...n, i
disci. h Dakiu
Mis. Crane Clritfeld, Sharon Centre,
William A. Hopkins, Parkiuiiii,
Henrietta M. Phili) s, "
Amanita Pass, Akr..n,
L. K. Tavlor, Rloomlield,
Mrs. I.v.lia (lardcer, Nortbville,
S. Hughs, Meads Mills.
John Yolk, Plymouth,
Peter K ui: lor, "
John Humphrey, "
Joseph lire-alley. "
Hanev Packard, Salem,
David L. il.ilbre.ith, Xew Garden,
Williiun Grillith, "
I.v Pnr.-s: and trill le jml li.-)n,l nsoon at comjilttt
in one lN;.i. rtiltiinr t,f uloul iUO jiayts,
Irs iii'ionv, uiAiiAi.ri.il. and iiesi'i.ts; its fancti-
llbSAMI rtlorvMTIKS; IT bClKNIK
ano its iai is;
Itenionstrating its Inlluencc as n civilized Institu
tion, en the Happiness of the Individual
und the Progicss of the Race,
T. L. Nr-iioi.', M. D., i Mtts. M. S. Gove Nichols.
Published by the Authors, nt their Reform Book
store, 05 Wufkor-st., Now York, Pike One Dol
lar. This book, liko " Esoteric Anthropology," will
be sent by mail, post paid, on the receipt of'the sub
scription price, Ouo Pollac All orders addressed
to T. L. Nichols, M. !.,
65 Walker-st., New York.
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING in tbo Post-Ollico ut Salem, Colum
biana County, Ohio, the 24ih day of November,
A. D. 185:1.
Arter & Nichols,
llrosius, R. II.
Harhcr, .Sim. in
Brown, Ruv, Young
Howell, David or Basel
King, M R.
K roos, .Mary Ann
Montgomery John 2
Morris, Mury E.
McG.irry & Huston,
Norton, W, E.
Oi th it Struhn,
Price, M. M.
Ricliurdsou, S. A.
Ropes, John F. It Co.
Howe. J. F.
Roso, F. A.
Smiiii, A In am M.
SI i in n, Murgaret
SumuieiH, Harriet A.
Iteedu, Mary Ann
! Bean, John
Cooucr, Mary II. 2
it i ..i
Collin, L. S.
Carpenter, J. 11.
('rum, N. W,
Cut. ui, J. lines
Campbell, John 2
j fj.dlin, John
Einmersoii, Rev. Goo. W.Strattoii, William
Grace, John A.
G under, Johu 2
Gray, L. A.
Him liinaii, Mury Ann
Hopkins, Anno It.
II ihn, M. C.
Jones, II. P.
Way, John B.
Williams. A. W.
Wright. E. C. 2
Ward. Kobt. H.
GEO. W. WILSON, P. M.
November 26, 1853, It.
MEETING AT GROVE.
A Miblio s-s ial iiieet'ng will I, held nt the
Gr'ive me 'ting homo near New Garden, on first
Day the 7ih i list commencing at 11 o'clock, nt
w luch the Bullet of Vt omans rights in connection
1 " l't'v'-'l"l'm",lt of the religion, sen-
"'icnt will be considered
WESTERN ANTI-SLAVERY FAIR.
- ., s,.,. ov
thankfully received. 1 hero is an especial demand
tlin pduets of the farm, particularly poultry.
i ,, , .,. , f ' '.,
'.?' ,,,,","r' ' ,1C"C ftrml fru 0 "
; "1C I'utroimge of merchants, mechanics nnd
Tho Western Anti-Slavery Fair will bo he 1 1 in
jt,o Town Hall, in Salem, on the 23d nnd 8-rtk- id
In announcing our intention to hold n fair prev-
oiq lo llin t'liiktmns Itiibtbiva un fuel llnkt nn
, , f mCA,re U B.M,a'rv, to
. ' ,
rciiiind our friend of tho f.ieM, tlint the slave
power in our nation was never nioro guarded in
or jealous of its interests, ns is witnessed in the
. , . ...
entire subserviency of the Genera Government to
' all its requisitions, and in tbo Federal Courts in
carrying out to its utmost limits tbo provisions of
i the Fugitive Slavo Law That the Western Anti-
j Slavery Society, to the utmost extent of its pe un-
lary nbility, is faithfully nnd cfrectivcly laboring
through tho press and by the lecturer, to create a
public sentiment a:iiiiit this "sum of nil villain
ies," n;nint slavery, and in favor id freedom
and to the efficiency of Fain as an instrumentality
in raiding funds for this purpose.
Our markets are good, never better, nnd we aro
desirous that our friends who sit in the plenitude
of enjoyment, ill full garnered lmniei, should know
.1. .!.! I.. l .1.. .
lurtists, mid nil othefs who if their lieiebbor's house
' .... A.- 1.1 I '.11'... ... - 1 .. .1. . .
i u.T oil 111"., niiiiiu V. Iinou lo iiti u l.lll'K.'l 111
water to cxtiiiL-uih the (lauie.-, and we respectfully
, , . . 1 .
" ,u l"""'t" " "'" " our i an
' nn excellent incdiiiiii for advertising.
Hoxffs or r..ti:k.ics sent to Joel McMillan, will
rocene pron pt nt'.cntiun
Sarah lion y,
Sarah X. McMillan,
I. vin.i H.vnv vy,
i.i r 111 T 11 I. CASK,
S.i;i.'.ll II VNNA,
Svr.ill G M l;ni: VT!I,
OHIO AND PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Mail Traiii leaves PinOairg at W A. M.
SALI'.M. Il.'i4 A. M.
arrives at Crestlii.o 5,.'iU P. M.
Exprei Train leaves Pitt burli p.t f,:jO P.
" " arrives ut Crestline
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Mail Train leaves Crestline at
" " nrrhes at Pittsburgh nt
Express Train leaves Crc -tliiic nt
" " arrives nt Piltsburgli
7,00 A. M.
l..",0 P. M.
MARRIED On tho 3d of the 11th month, a,
Moore Hall, by Friends' ceremony, Isaac O. Coatxs
of Stark Co., Ohio, to Kiim S. Morris, of Chester
un. uv.it. w. ii:ttit
Respectfully tenders his professional services to
the citicus ot .Marlboro und surrounding country.
iu the room lo vntly occupied by Dr. K. (1.
PROSPKCTLS FOR 1S44.
THE SATU!U).T"i:VEMNG POST
I'liiivnliMl Ariny of Tnlciit.
The proprietors cf the POST, in nzaiu cmiinz
before tho punlie, would return thank for the gen
'erous patronage which has placed them fur in ud
'vance of every other Literary 4 eekly in Auierica.
I And, ns tho only suitable return fi r such Ireo und
.hearty support, their uriaiigi incuts for lNil have
I been made with a degree of liberality probably un-
equaled in the histoiv ot American ncivspapei- lit
erature. 1 hey have engaged ns c. litiibutois for
the ensuing year the following bnlli.uit nrray ofj
la!o;:t und genius: .Mus. Nuihhoktii Kmlkson
tiff NNCTT .'III:'. 1'LXISON '
ill.-.ti; UaLt.WVoOLi A.M.
In the first paper of January next, we design
commencing an Original Novclei, writlcu expressly
for our columns, entitled
THE 1UUUE OF THE WILDERXESS.
IIV LMKHSOS iu.nnltt.
Author of " Viola." " Clara Morcjuiid," "The For
ged Will," etc.
This Novelet, by the popular nuthor of " Clara
Morviuud," wo design following by another called
' THE .STEF-.UOJ Jl'Eil.
IIV 11IIS. 11 A 111' A. IlKNISON,
Author of " Hume Pictures,"
VA' I ..l.. ll. r ... . r - I I- L.M.... .1.
e by tirnco Greenwood, whose brilliant nnd versa -
i;i.. ;.., lit i. i , '.i...;. ..I.. ...... i ... i
i, u iiii.v uisu lliu liroiiiinv oi II Illllllocr Ol rI.Clcll
Ihe lw nnd " Litt.o iVigru;; ' '
Mrs. Soulhworth, whose faciuatiui' works nro
now being rapidly republished in Enirlnnd. iil-o
will maintain her old and pleasant connection w ith
tbo Post. Tho next story from her gifted lieu will
Jtlirinm, The Avoip;or
OH, TUE FATAL VOW.
UY EMMA D. t. N. SOCTII WORTH,
Author of " The Curse of Clifton," "The Lost Heir
ess," "The Deserted Wife," etc.
Aud last not least we nre authorized to an
nounco a series of articles from ono w ho has rapid
ly risen very high in popular favor. They will be
NEW SERIES OF SKETCHES..
IIV TAN.NV TERN,
Author of " Fcru Leaves," etc.
Wo expect to bo ublo to commence the Skotchcs
by Fanny Fern, as well as the series by Grace
Greenwood in tho early numbers of the 'coming
Engravings, Foreign CorresM;ndenee, Ag' icul
tural articles, theiiows, Congressional Reports, the
Markets, etc., also shall be tccnhirlv irivcn.
Jfctf- CHEAP POSTAGE. Tho postago on flic
Post tu any part of the United Stales, when paid
ipiartcrly in advance, is only '16 cents n year.
Terms. The terms of tho Post jiro Two Dollnrs
per (iininin, payublo in advance.
4 copies, ..... $5 por an.
8 " and ono to the gettor up of a club 10 "
13 15 "
oy ii ii ii ii ii ii
. Tho money for Clubs ulways must be sent in ad
vance. Subscriptions may bo sent nt our risk.
When tho sum is largo, a draft should be procured
if possible, tho cost of which may bo deducted from
the auiouut. Address, ulinnjt i.-osZ-imu,
DEACON A PETERSON.
Xo. 6d South Third Street, FiiiladelphUi,
N. B Any person being dosirous of receiving
a copy of .the Pout as a sample, onn be aooumwo
datcd. tsjr notinying the pupli. hcrs Hy Icrtsr, (poet
MONEY TO BE LENT.
?.',00, 100ft. 1400 or 005 dollar to t had
for one, two, or three years, nn mortgage. Apply
lo (Post paid.) JOSKP11 BARKER
Bilein, i.oi.to. u. ov. J'.'in.
-The HOiHtrlul mil Thrilling Sarrallvi
tnt rioxArrro Nr.v-roRKE., who was
r w r. l.JV K V K A It 9 A slave!
iii thv distant South, and finally rescued. In a
xovidentinl manner. The B.ik corroborates tha
; adage, that " T.nih is stinngsr bo ft-tiun." It
low received tho unbounded rreomuitudrslion of
the fre pr-s-.
17.sw enpici baro been sold in four rtlotiffiit
1 ,. njwuiu wontd, to sell the above, in all
parts of the United Slates nnd Canada, to whom
the most lilTal terms are given. From $5(10 t
t-I.insi a year, can be realised by active aud raa
peef ible agents.
the ah ve makes one handsome lZnio, yol., f.f
, . r i , i a. ,
" pages 7 engravings, and is sold for ll.Ot).
! C".l'ie 01lt lJ "'' (post-paid,) on receipt of
For fortlisT portktilnri KppTy to tLe fol
r'rrnT A MtLt.r.n, Auburn, N. Y.
1'i.Riir, Osf i.v & Mi i ligav, IlulTalo.
SALi:.T, Ollia. DEALER l.
l)OOKStSTA TIONEIi Y.&C
OFFERS the l irgst and most varied assortsnesl
of Goods in hit line, to be foond in this part of tL
Siute; which the public are respectfully eolieito
His Stack comprises tu part, tlio
Tlislnrient llorfr tif Jmeplut, Vollin, Rclx-rtuJt,
liiUivn, Hume, .Viiciii'iry, M illiard, UiU
dnilt, itc, ( c.
"Too numerous to mention," embracing all the
principal Poets from Shakespeare, to Alexander
Tlir SCIENTIFIC tVOHKS
Vi e, ltitmlolt, I.idl, Ililvhrocl; St. John, Brtl
lisui), Ajaisiz, llayh Miller and (juttot.
ALL THE PRINCIPAL
.Ylrilli'iil Work, now in ti.
DIBLES AND TESTAMENTS, IN GREAT
A Splendid assortment of FANCY GIFT HOOKS
and A LB CMS, for the Hollidays.
171 E LIFE OF IWrrF.n, XAIWATirE OF
A Lady's Voyage Round tbo World, nnd an end
less variety of other Miscellaneous Books.
BOOKS FOR LITTLE FOLKS, adapted to aye
ry .: nnd of nil sites and prices. Ml'SIO
BOOliS, Wholesalo nnd Rotuil.
OF EVERY KIND USED IN THIS RE010X
V'liolesale and Retail.
Biank Books, Memorandums aud Pais Books.
Fifty dozen Slates. Writing Paper of every des
cription. Ink, Drawing Paper and Materials;
Materials for Flower.
GOLD A.D STKKIi PENS,
Pcnkuiies, Envi lopes, Pencils, Fancy Cards, Prin
ters' Cards, Pictures, Accordious, Toys, Fancy
Article", Ac, Ac.
In addition to w hich, is a large Stock of WALL
AND WI.MOW PAPER. All of which will be
sold cheap for t'AHU.
j. McMillan. .
October 23, 1S53.
CUE A T EXl'lTEMEXT IS SALEM!!
NEW STOKE AND NEIV GOODS!!
A GREAT excitement prevailed in this town,
few days since, in con'cipience of an arrival of
train ot Curs, loaded with New Goods, for tl'.v
NEW CLOTHING STOKE.
', We therefore tl.iuk it expedient to call the atten
tion of the citizen of Salem und vicinity to cur
immense Stock of Goods
Among our new Stock of Clotliin
1.,.. ;,... T; ..
arc the fol-
Over Coats of every description, sort nnd site.
Cloth Frock, Diess and Sack Coats.
Tweed, Cassiiiette, and Velvet Sin k Cont.
Black, Fancy, Silk, Satin, Cloth Cussimero aud -Velvet
Fancy, Black, Cassimerc nnd Dee-Skin Pnnts.
do do Satinet!, Tweed and llcvciiecn luuts.
I'lider-Sbirts nnd Drawers of every inscription.
Hosiery, Gloves Cruvuts, Stocks, llnndkoivhiuf
Striped snd Fancy Shirts of ull kinds; White
Shirts, Cellars, Ac., ic.
Al-sV H its, Cups, Carpet Bags nnd Trunks.
A large assortment of Boys Clothing, of every
I .,, . n . , , . ,
i m ou. r u ur uis.us us c.ap unu cneaper .
itbunany establishment in tbo Western Couniiv;
!we M "'" W !'c""',' u
uin, j.iu wiiiiiv uv miuiu in uiir pairoiiiige.
JOHN FRIDAY A Co.,
F.iitt Iii"m of Jtihiumn it- Uunier'n Xcie lSudding.
Salum, Oct'. 2, 1S53. . . .
JI ST received at JOHNSON
fine assortment of
i HORNER'S, a.
both long and senate, nt prices ranging
TEN TO TWENTY FIVE DOLLARS.
JOHNSON Jfc HORNER.
October 23, 1W.3.
JOHNSON & HORNER'S
Eni'KC nnd Couiuiodioua New fitorr,
IS now open for the accommodation of the Public,
with a largo und well selected asuortun-nt cf
FANCY AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,' '
Dress Silks, Bonnets, Hosiery, Marseilles Quiltr.
BriH'ha, Silk, Thibet, und Buy Slate Shawls, Em
broidery. Kiblxius, Boots and Shoos, a large stock
of Gum Shoos, sold at Massachusetts prices. Dress -Trimmings
in great variety, now style of Lace
Veils, and Ladies' Gum Hoots, something new.
Ours is the only store in town thut has good
light. We have bceu at grvat expense to put '
Sky-Light in our store, so that our customers will -not
havo to bur thoir goods in the Dark. We art
determined to keep up with tho times; Beady I'Ujf
and Small Pmfitt. '
P. S. Goods expressly for Friends, fooa, and all f.
th rest of mankind, who want Cheap Goods W
wish to inform the Public that we bate the largest '
stock of Dress Silks iu town; in foci we wish it to -ho
understood that our storo is the Silk Store of tha '
place And we art not too modest to toll what w '
have to wll,
JOIIN'SON' k ntfRNTR. !
ft. 11, 1?3S.