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The, follow J n (5 note frnin a h icml in Tliirlhiptoti,
lowu, communicates the sad intelligence df the
death of At i.iria, of tlinl city.
Uim.ISi.ToN, town, Iiiis. .'id. If1. .
M. 1. Hoiiinson lhr Sir: Our friend Am
1. . ...' .1 . n it .....
j'wis, inn irionn oi nil inr, especially tho np
pressed nud poor, is dead. Ifo died last n!
nfter wtii'ti fiiiin nnd suffering.
Your truly, I'.nuix .7iMr.
Mr. Davis was or.p nf the few w ho daily niailc
tho cnuse of thp poor hi own, nml who felt nml
,,p,1 ns though n ,,,, o wns and nil thn, fccj
jmssessrd .should be used for tho benefit of liiimna-jroininon
ity. A ctively conscientious, bo caiuo out frnm the
church when it became false to truth nml justice; for
tho iiUo reason, he refused hi- support to the govern.'
., .. ii in., ;i ..nil- ii- -i i i '
mont nd boldly identified hin.sclf with tho right,,
however unpopular nud nt w hatever cost. I'mm-
tpii(atinulv lip ponoerntpd hin property a well nn.
his inmipiu-e to the nnti-nInverT eauspi in its most
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uonyrchcnsivo and thorou-li furnia. The V p.tcrn
H ociety is largely imlehted to his lih
ernlity fur its present prosperity. .Somo four years1
nnhoKav a (raet of forty ncres of land (o (his'
.r.. . . .. ..... . .
Society, nnu more receimy ine nvuiis oi the sa loot
n pccond tract, ninoiuiting to $lSHO. (though tlx
Socdety has not yet reali.ed the full amount,) nml
wo km (hat ho had other nnd most liberal inten-'
tiotli of the snmo ehnrnetcr. He felt (hat Ihr ,r,-1
rnt was tho time for effort, and chose that hisj
proporty biiohik no used i,.r me poor winic no uvea
to point out tho channel of its expend
than it should lie honrded ilininir his
perchnmo in other directions nftcr his departure,
Tho cause t.r (ho poor (ho cause of pure nnd
1 n, 1 . , . . 1 . ,
undufllc.l religion, has pustained a great bereave
nunt in tho death of .Mr. ni.i. IIo lived emi
nently tho life of tho righteous. His rewnrd Is
with him, nnd his works uf love w ill yet long follow
vhile ho lived
.11 jure, ra lier(
1 life, nnd go
NOTICES OF THE PRESS.
.The Co.nne.m tvii.i.k Cot niKn, commences the
new yenr with nil enlargement nnd a new dicsp.l
The Courier is nil independent paper, liberal nnd
progressive. It speaks out fur temperance uml
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Tiie Ji vkmi.f. IxsTiti ( Ton, will bit found n
pleasant nnd useful visitor to nnv of our little
friends who will hCtidC". cents to Lucius C. Mathu k,
y ' v v
immense, .N. 1.
Kkntitkvand tiikComimiohi.sk. Governor 1'ow-,
ell, of Kent nek v, in his message, has the followins
in reference tu tho eoniproinise nnd tho President:
-Thenblc nnd patriotic. Chief Magistrate of the,
repulilic, in his inaugural address, nml in his
message to tlic present Longress, has unhealed
tletermiuation to see that tho compromise measures
iiassc.i liy the (.ongress of the I nited States in
X.'ill, are curried out in good faith to restore ns
far ns possihlo, that good feeling nud harmony
which should exist among sister states forming
0110 great confederacy and to see that all the
rights guaranteed hy the rederal Constitution nr
extended to each nud nil tho states, and that the
1. iiioii no prccrc'i.
Tho distinguished citizen nt the hea l of the nn-1
(tonal administration, will find Kentucky re.idv to
most heartily with him in his patriotic
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ellorts to nresi'rvn the I 01.111. no.
Into (lie constitution, nml to upliol.l iiniinpriired
the rights of the stattM and that nutionaliiv which
is based upon tho guarantees of the constitution
under w hich wo hnvo enjoyed such unexample.l
' happinoss nud prosperity. " Kentucky will stand
bv tin l1iiiistitnt!on nn. I the I'liiuu 11m I will nt 1 1
. . . . . ' . . : . . .
time, bn rent.? to i,r,,tit tin, nm, nml il..i',.ii,l 1
other, whenover nssailed. whether by traitors from
within or foes Iron, without.
ThkOmiu Df.mih ii.icv. This party, now in the
nsceiideucy in this State, litis no room for dodging.
tho ucctmnt, nnd read here again their resolu--'O
(ion ndoptcd in convention by most overwhelming
Jlvmilml, That the Ilninneruey of Ohio, in Con
vention assembled, hereby veeo gnizo and udoi.t, as
our political principles ami ci ccil, the lialtiinorc
i'lntfi.rm of Is.. I. udot-ted by the Convention, thnt
I.. I I.' l.l:.. it: J 1. 1 . .
noiiiiiiated Franklin Pierce nst our candidate for
President of the I'nited States.
Tho word Democracy iu Ohio is ns in Carolina, a
synonym for shivery. This resolution is the par
ty's own statemei.t of their faith. President Pierce
is their model Democrat, and his opinions they cn
dorso nnd eordiiilly npproio what those opinions
,nro, lcurn from tho annexed paragraph from his in
. "I believe that iiieiAttiilnrij terr'lmlr, ns it exists
in tho different States of this Confederacy, is recog
nized by thn constitution. I belieo that it stands
I.IKK ANY OTIIF.Il ADMITTKD KIGHT, nud
thnt the States where it exists nro outitled (0 ctli
vient remedies for enforcing the constitutional pro
visions. I hold that the laws of ls.'ill, commonly
culled tho compromise measures, are tti irlli roiuti
tutivnal and are to bo iiuhesitatiuzlv carried into
effect. 1 believe that tho rtmnlitiilril wtlioritir of
Ihit Jfrjiltbtic me (luuwl tn reytird the l iijlil.i uf the
.Soiitli ill this respect, us they would view axv'otii
KR legal and Constitutional rights, nnd thnt the laws
hi enforce (horn should be rr pi rial und obi ijeil, not
with a reliictunco encouraged by abstract opinions,
bnt i iiF.Kiin i t v. Such have been my convictions,
and upun them I shall net."
These nro the fundamental article of tho demo
cratic faith iu Ohio. Who would not bo a Democrat?
Women's Hioiits. I'nderthis head a large num
lr of our papers nre aciistomed to copy such facts
ns the follow ing. There is ns littlo wit us sense or
truth in so doing. The grave Mutioiial lutilliieu
rtr indulges in this faeetiousness. It says:
, Hlrwnn, in his work entitled ".Men and Things
as 1 saw them iu Kuropo," gives tho following ac
count of the progress of "women's rights" iu Sar
dinia: "They were tunnelling the A mvenincs for a rail
way from Turin to Genua, which, when completed,
will bo ii great utlair for Sardinia, and armies of
women are engaged in making theso tunnels!
nud emerged laden on the other side; bunt down
like beasts of burden, they followed euch other in
rows to the end ef the embankment, where each
turned round t and there a man drew a pin, which
lut thn bottom full out, and the stone, gravel nnd
clay full out of (ho basket. And hundreds of women
wore working iu (hi way at this bestial em
ployment! Lime-kilns in groat number lino tho
roads, nud the women were quurryiiig the stones,
carrying Uiom to the kilns, and sending away the
" IiKiiiT at tiik Soitii. Governor Johnson, of
Tonnessce, in Ins recent message to tho Legisla
ture, comes out nobly iu furor of education, as a
pieani for the elevation of labor and tho perpetuity
of tree institutions, nnd also in fa vur of giving a
.homestead of lilt) acres of (ho public lands, upon
condition of settlement nud cultivation. Hut, what
ii nioro remarkable still, he recommends nn amend
ment of the Cuustitutiou uf the I nited States, so
that the People may elect tho President by direct
vote. Wo suppose that lie iiichum that every vote,
whether at the Xorth or tho South, should count
eme, w hich would completely upset the three-fifths
Slavo basis, so far as concerns the election of Pres
ident, and reduce the Slaveholders tu u hopeless
minority. That such n proposition thnuld enmc
from a pluvcholding State, is u cheering sign of the
THE PRESENT CONGRESS.
fundamental principle in its platform. It
embraces nnti-Slmery men, pro-Slavery men, nml
''"'"I I'ntiscrvntivos, nil nr.pnocing In 'the expedi-j
1'"' Tii'f ""l'',"r,inK t,,c Administration, hut lor vc-j
"y tluKTc-nt reason?. In like mnuner tin opposi-,
tU in ,m,do np of tho most discordant tlc.nonts ; !
Imt vhieh are for tho present hushed into niloncp!
''J! ''I0 flimui,n purpoBo of ovpitlirowinR tho Ad-;
With sm h iii. ely Imlnneed forces on
.cither side, it would ho inexiieilipiit to denounce
Aholitioni.n in the old Pt0re..tviH.d Myle. Aholi-Anti-Slavery
tiuiiiin may lie put to heller uses, niid'why "oil a
fvnritn niPiisurp hy the rcilpnition of Stnle nhiifp,
vpid tloniineiatin,,, without truth or ren-o,, to
ku pport thcnif .Sieh is he rcnaon na of no U -
u.n-osiiin, pr jpagau.iism ami perpetuation, in
wrrc ncl"iwlelKei to be correct even by the most
'!r','"t 1,1011 "f. Vrre ,s,lil P'" t.v. The main dif-cu-oimrntc
'"renco was in the iinsln of carrying out these
n,.;....;..i.. . ... ...i ..... c. 11 wi : ......... ,!.
, man v of the leading Whigs of even our own State1
'iO'''''! P hi a cold conservntism which has!
Tho Tiilmne't Washington Correspondent says of
(lie present Congress: ; . .
Tl. i :.. .i'. .i ' ' .'. i
m .... n n ii- ii iTii...oi. null HIP iircscnr If
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miv nm..,.. iifi-iiii (inroi Allien nns nssoiunicn .
since the nnti-Slnvcry ngittttiuit cntnmmcnped. It
in (rue, ns you assert, tlmt told nml inntil.v men
hnvo nlwnvs mado themselves henrd on the s'ubioct!
of Shivery, but npypr, I assure you, with (lie i.n-i
:..... ...... i i . i i i
... ... u nuu i-.nHOMiin jr w.ncii nro now iinservniuc.
This stnto if things arrises from the mutual dp-'
pcmlcncc of inpii ol thn most opposite cij.iniono np-
on each olhpr: nnt mn v hp rcitiirdcd ns tlin first!
!'"" ' J 10 nud docny of tho old pur-:
Ilut hesidep this factitious cause fur the tolcf-l
''"K """" t -J itic-i..nn 1 l.clievo that there
0'.".H " n!" . n"',!,, V?"" 1"
oinnjm conviction which is daily strencthoninir,
North nml South, that Slavery is a temporary insti-
tution, which no platforms or compromises enn per-1
Pp ' . J ho pro-Slavery sentiment reached
rntherl,'"lmi,m,1"M,"il,,nt lf 1,10 ,irt half of
,l( j t,.,. ,.cnU,Ty . nll(, , npponrftllC0 of l n.l
,. Xom's Cabin was co-oval with the beginning of,
" .i"- " ' v --ouo.. , n-m-i c. s
the second half. 'J'ho nppenrnnco of that wondcr-i
" protu.etion ot genius marks a new era 111 our
lllstorv. nn.l has contribute.! more tlinn nnv nllmr
l history, nnd has contributed more than nnv other!
cnuso to tho visible change in public sentiment.
Ax Ixtior.XT is CoNnaKss. Mr. GidJings, writ-j
lug to tho Ashtabula Sentinel, say
One iiicidci.t wa . rather ludicrous. Soon nfW
Mr. Smith commenced his lato nnti-slavcry speech
in (.'ongrcss, the llev. Mr. Slicer, Chaplain to the
Senate camo into the the hall. You will recollect
llilll ns the clpr.rvitinn u-lm it-niit Inr.i (l.n imu
greet Hope II. Slattor, when he had his fifty-two
victims on tho car for Haltimore. Slicer walked
,llu "'"''' nl"' without heeding tho sighs ami
groans, and ngony of tho victims 011 each side of
him, he grasped (he hnud of tho slave dealer with
giout cordiality, but 110 word of pity for tho sull'er-
ing, down trodden of (lod's poor escnped his lips;
""d whilo Slatter was ongnged in the perpetration
"f '"io revolting o mir nuture'a, Blicer uttered
no reproof by word or look.
A , VM mlyWA M, rllt),r(,(i ,i10 tlln wj,in Jr.
Smith mis showing up tho heathenism of this
same slave trade. Slicer looked at him, listened,
stroked hack his hair, groaned in spirit, nnd went
soiunerii siavuiiotiiors tor cutisulatiou. lie
lllllil!l..lll trllli. liu h-nlfln.1 n...l I l.n.-A .1....I.I
i....v...... ..... . ...r.,un. v, , ,.U u.,,
iire.l the I 1,11m between t he slave-tra.bi mill tliel
churches in this metropolis will be dissolved
n.you must understand that members of nil
I. lunches here breed nnd sell slaves
Tiik MkI'I.na Gakettk is the successor nf the
.Veiliitu W'hi if. Tho Gazette, iu its introductory,
sii vs :
' The professions which the Whig party of Ohio
"d .Medina county made of opposition toslacrv
l ! . " ' ' uir icoutt 11 nigs coiHfMluing
!. it... M'l.l.. t .i. . ,1. ... .
""" " '"n s" mo mwi cuieieni instill-
lm'nt r".r ,,",t l""-!"'". '! tho Free Soilers laboring
'" J'""vt.ee us that n peptirnte orgnnization wns the
""')' nvnihildo weapon of wnrfare ngninst slavery.
" !',!ther the latter w as truo then or not, kt Ulirrr
il 11 tine NOW , and in sentiment nml notion. WK
AltK WITH Til KM. Whatever cllect it may have
U1M.'" ",,,r ''""''ess or otherwise, wo hnvc 110 hesi-i
vV.l!! -art -IT I -,V.Vr !"Tftk ,,t . ";
t tho sustenance of tho Fneitive I,aw.'nnd imno-!
I tent for good in nny Anti-Sluvcry tense; nud that
organization, incflicieiit for tho nccoinplishment of
that .Auti-ShiAcry iulluenco which it iniirlit und
"ght to exert at homo and iibroad. Jlonco our,
cnurts, nnwevcr Humble, shall lierealter he exerted
tu imtf. anihomiunk tuk kntikk ANTI-SLAVK1! V
....... l 1....I I.
r.i...ir..i in it .iir.iii..1 mi,n, Mieillur US COlIipoU-
cnl parts may have heretofore been known as Whigs,
Democrats, or Free Soiler, under whatever party
inline thev may assume. '
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ihtit looks like 11 real progress. We hone (he1
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aholiti.uiists or .Medina, will be so active nnd faith-1
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nil ns to sustain the Kdttor in his new position, nud
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Ica.l him .mil ull others ike him forward 111 the
The C'iikule. Tho AshUibuln Sentinel savs;
11 11 r.11.1 iim: uniii-in ui IOC mutes IOSI on ooani
tho Creole in 1S41 nro preparing to bring ,iicir
claim before tho mixed commission noon to con-
vencnt London, to ndjust tho claim pending be-
i. :.. ....t.i t... ,.c .1 1 1 ..i 1 .i
States. In which the shivo-tlenlor. are to be
nide.lbytho diplointitiu influeiico of tho I'uitcd,
SOUTHERN AID SOCIETY.
This newly formed society, is ns it deserves,
getting aid nnd comfort from its friends at tho
south. Tho Synod uf Mississippi has
That we disapprove tho action of the.
Assembly on tho subject of shivery.
Hesolved, That we desire tho peaco. prosperity.
and Integrity of our Church.
Kesolvcd, That tho peace, harmony, nnd unity
of our Church deinnnu the cessation of nil flultn-
il.n . ..1.I....I ..r al....n.. ;.. ..... 1 ...1 1 -
uml ' w omi.juv. v eiuivi 111 uui neiicriii .in-
Uesolved. That the Synod, having before it n
from tho'correspon.liiie Seerelarv
,.r i. ... ,i.a... i;.i ....:..i " i..i..i.. . : . 1 :
hechyo ittti 7tKioTtii.7
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UUIIIIHInll llllllll II, 1 llli;i lllll IITClllll!, OlUSIllllCII 118
K..I.1 i ... i .V,i.. .....
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Hesolved, 1 hut tho Stated Clerk bo dirm tod to
vurrcnpuuu .... i.n. in-n..; wi n.iu duiiom, uou
No doubt tho "suid Society'
ill devoutly thnnk
1 i 1 r il . : !....
God and take couraico fortius promising opcuine;
for its labors.
From the Richmond Enquirer.
PiiKsTos's IIfm.v to Gkiiiiitt Smith. lie not on
ly assuntod to riniiih's claims to recognition us a
gentleman he not only gave consequence to Smith's
by combatting thorn ho not only saluted
liia roviler und contemner, und tho rovilor und con-j
temper of his country, with tho courtesy duo only
the knight without reproach but ho even horo
testimony to Smith's oahrnctor, nnd paid
tribute (o (lie genius which ho hud dis-j
played iu denouncing everything which a southern
man must priso and respect 1 The south will not
thnnk Mr. Preston for this.
Now, did it become a slaveholder to make any
renlv to such a fnmiliciil iiiiecliief Couhl he. witii
a proper respect for his own dignity and character,
to u level w ith tho calumniator of his raoef
This is "chivalry." Mr. Preston is taken to task
bocauso ho "descended to thn level" of treating a
fellow member nf Congress like a gentleman I
Washington, once in the streets where tho liich
mond Knquiror is published, lock off hi) hut to a
negro, llut tnen, the n asinngtoniavi, wo presume,
did not belong to (ho "llrnt faiuilios." J'vrai t'itii
For the Bugle.
WRITTEN THANKSGIVING MORNING.
Shall we ttith hollow prnUe
MK'k JIcivvu'k K'.ornal King,
And to the worshipped nltnr
Our vain j cai e-ofl'cring bring.
While the iron of oppicsvii'ii
riciecp the bondman's poiil
While a million hearts lire crushed bonoaih
Tho tyrant's base control T
Shall we pome with false thank 'giving
To thy courts, () (!ud, to-day,
And, forgetful of the perishing,
With pious fervor piny T
No! rather let us seek to break
Oppression's, iron ri d s
Tin ii shall our prayers nnd praises
Kench to tli v throne, O (iod !
C. L. M.
NOTES FROM THE LECTURING FIELD.
TOLEDO, Jan. 7th, 1853.
was "Amcricnu .Slavery." IIo showed whnt slavo
Itoad w, , nn(1 hn( i( wns. Then (ho effects of
"'C rive' C"'"rcJ
lt"!,r,.,l, f n,Jlcs in so idiort a ti
1 'r. , ' ' V . ' ,
fr'cds well nnd in good spirits, I.
"s harvest ns the result of tli
"-v " "V,v " ."..... v .,v.j ......-
I pletely enchained, applauding w ith great warmth
; limny llf t),e pcntimcnts.
In .1 1 1 e .1 , ,.
His scathing rebuke of the politics nnd religion
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of (he coun(ry cannot soon be forgotten. Iliscu-
, r x, .. , ... .... , , ,
, logy of Mr. Garrison and Phillips, of Mr. nnd Mrs.
! . . . 1. , , 1 ,
i I'osterwns touching and iinpressive, wlulchis clott-
, 1 .1 1 i- . 1.
ing reniarks cfiuullcd anything I ever listened to in
I'n ar MtniiP- 1 left you nt Salem nt II u'cloili.
A- M f,r , Miclli fil.1(, f ,,(W ,,,, ntrUti
.. Mm ..j,,;., A.,riMn , . .,, M,.v
"10 nmc '"R1" nt nt halt past ten. 'Miik-
'"'K Hie whole distance in less than twelve hours.
Thanks to stcnui for enahliug us to compass hiin-
; ,r,u r ,,,,,,, in , ,,,,., ft timc j fl)Un(,
tunc. I found the
.Hiking for a glori-
11s winter s labor
Jlr. nnd Mis. Poster nro ns thev nrc wont (o do.
mun tl.oir mark in every place they visit.
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great tins been tho demniid for labor, nnd so prod.
table does labor nppcar every whero to be, (lint in
rt recc"1 ,ot,or I,IC' Jfr- Fl",cr 'n3'". they shall
contiiiue 111 .Mi. higan some mt'iitlii lungpr. I have
had scriuus doubts about my own ability to none
tho cnuse in tho Lecturing Field this winter. The
sickness of my daughter nnd oilier causes have so
deranged my nervous system, ns to cnuso nil almost
constant headache, which is increased by every
excitement, added to this every day since I snw you
I have been crushed by a severe cold. At the
meeting of the Kxecutive Committee Inst Sunday I
nsked (o he released from my engagement; espe
cially nsnnother field of usefulness presented itself,
requiring much less physical nud mental labor. I
have however resulted to outer tho field, hopeing
thnt a chnngo for the better will take place.
I hold two meetings last Sunday in Adrian, nt
both of which Samuel Moore from Ypsilanti was
present nnd spoke. Samuel is an "Orthodox
Friend," nnd has been attending the Quarterly
,.r . . j. . , . ji,- ;, ..p l.l-:....
The matter of opening Friends' Meeting Houses
for Antl-SIavcry Meetings, came before them, when
after n wnrm discussion it was ordered thut nil such
houses be closed against Anti-Slavery Lecturer.
So lunch for progress in thnt direction. I regret
that such n course has been taken, just tesi, nt the
lime when the Friends of England huvo placed the
largest meeting house in the Kingdom nt tho dis
posal of the Anti-Slavery enuse.
How deep nnd w ide spread has the spirit of sla
very become. Still the light of truth is such that
even n whole meeting of Friends can obscure it
but for n very short time. Quakerism nt tho best
ns embodied in such meetings, is but n miserable
carricaturc of what it once was.
I attended by imitation, iu this place, a I.cvoc,
given by the colored ladies, for lieuevolcnt purposes,
It wus held in I'uiun Hull, nud nlthuuch tho niiiht
wa very unpropitious, a goodly number, both of
wl.ito nnd colored were iu nttondanco. J. W.
,'AX,i"T"N "f F.lyrin, was tho orutor on tho occa-
:" id well did he acquit himself. His subject
whites nt the South. Tho Freeman of the
. Xorth and thn
m,,llU 10 ut,(.rca were radical in tho first decree
I . , .., , .
,,ml ,'lokcn v ,!,, Mul' ,m earnestness of manner
I nu,l t itv i.f ulvTn tlmt I11. nmli.m.iAM'n.n .!.-
tho way of (rue cloouot.ee.
Mr. Ijiiigston is a very light mulatto und wuiild
puss tiny where almost for a white man. He is n
law student in tho office uf Judge Bliss, I believe,
1 . , .... if. , . 11 '.II A '
l'"t ""td'es himself ino.t fully with his suffering
j He deeply deplores the recreancy of .Mr. Don-
S- 1 a" a tMm Mat. llup-
in8 tu "e nl'' to reirit progress before long, I
am yours. W.
P. S. I sliull innko Adrian head quarters to which
letters and papers should bo sent.
This paper enters upon its tireittif-futirlh volume
with tho new year. Mr. Garrison's notice t
fui.t J8 , follows :
OUR TWENTY-FOURTH VOLUME.
, - . y I ,
I friends, wo cordially and gratefully proffer the sal-
i iu of tho season, and still sofic.t tl.oir unbro
comiuunication I m. V" W tokeep our flag un-
Kr'""-T' J'r ,,r"r,,ltc,l
how cventlul, how trying, how perilous, has been
invincible, though a mighty host is still arrayed
'against itj for it is tho embodiment of justice, hu
opiuions inanity, reason, luvo, truth nnd goodness, nnd all
the attributes of tho Deity uro un its side. And
j w hat is slavery but tho concentration of nil cruelto
; ty, 'the sum of nil villanies,' and therefore inho
gmtuitous i runtly weak ns nn infant, and ultimately sure of ex
voluntary tinctionf Forward, champions of right ! Neither
1 give nor accept quarter.
' Tho battle is tho Lord's, nnd ho snvcth not by
. sword or spear.' Komombur the condition of sue-
cess of salvation: 'He that endurcth to tho end.'
1 Hut 'tho end is not yet.' Millions of our country-
j "itn nro still clanking their chains, nnd their iium
deseend j her is increasing from hour.to hour. O, tho work
The Liiif.r.itor lias completed twenty-three years
uf its existence, and w ith the new year commences its
' twentv-fourth volume. To nil its natrons anil
1 luneii 10 1110 nreczo, as ti.o ensign ot ihvfuute
. . 1 . I i i- .1 . ,.
i tho struggle fur the overthrow ot the Slave Power!
Vhnt disclosure.- have been inado as to tho heart of
this nation toward the oppressed, ns to tho position
0f the Government in regard to thoir enslavement,
,lnu nB to t.0 Spirit Ot the rcllglun Ot (llC lallll, UIU'
alienated, or shamefully apostatized, ntnong the
pf'fesscd friends of tho slave! And what imilti
iuiik. ui niuriiuic mull niiu woo.uii iiutu uvuu tiuiiuu
... ,. r. ... .......
l ....iA. ..' . i: a i
. wi our rui.KS Hincu
tho tocsin of alarm wns first
sounded ! And 'the cry Is still, they come!' What
i victories have been ol.tainod, what fields gallantly
j won, what enemies scattered ns chaff het'oro the
! whirlwind ! Yos, tho causa of tho fettered slave is
liii.i milium, iu IJU UOIIU 1 Jt lliu utl .HUB. nil
still broods over the land, yet to lo dissipated!
O, tho apathy that still prevails on this great ques
tion in almost every community ! O, tho magni
tude of the Hold to bo cultivated, and the fewness
oi ine laoorurs : Jm mo signs oi ine limes are
unUeiihihly cheering. The South U pcrccptihly
faltering, and we have only to persevere iu the
'nine urpompronii-ong spirit that has hitherto,
cliarai tcii.'i d our illoits, and tli i juhilco w ill ns-
"J''r Mvifily 'otiiiil. yp wIippIs of time,
vml tiring the vcli-onie tiny :
News of the Week.
CONCERT IN AID OF THE DESTITUTE.
A CovcrttT will be given in the Town Hall,
Salem, on lih.u V.rinhui. the 1Ti hint., the tiro-
cc-.ls to l,cappio.imte.l lur the licnctit l the poor
The entertainment will boa good one, ns we have!
every srance from the character of those engag. ,
. . . . - .
c.l 111 it. I he object will coininenil it to the patron-1
of nil (he humane. The Hall will doubtless bo ,
far Tho Indiuns nro committing sad deprcda-
lions on the Oregon settlers.
toT The Wnshington correspondent of the 7Vi -
'.mcsavs that there is n prospect of a flllihustering
. . , . ,, , 1 r.
expedition against Peru. Its object is to steal f.u-
nno for the benefit of Southern planters.
Tho Shikinali, Spiritualist publication, has
been suspended, nnd )r. Ibichanaii's Jmirnul
Mini, which is to he renioted to X. York, is to take
W I he Krie prisoners, four in number, ore now ,
in jail at Pittsburgh. i
I-,T-Parks, who has been on trh.l for minlcr. at1
Akron, has becu found guilty uud sentenced tu be
hung. His counsel have taken measures to stay
tor Ir. Wnrdlnw, of (llasgow, Scotland, died in
that eitv Inst mouth.
Fiiif.s. New York was visited lust week with
another destructive fire. Metropulilan Hall, one
of the finest on the continent, was destroyed, to
gether with n new nnd most splendid hotel, the
latter recently furnished in the most expensive
Wii.i.i.m D.w, F.ditor of tho Aliened American,
an nccomplisheil nml talented colored gentleman,
has been admitted to tho bnr of tho Senate ns n
reporter, on the motion of Dr. Townsend.
it). Judge PiMioner nnd
entire police force nre now on trial befurs Magis
trate ( hidsey for being connected with the riot un
Ma.lnmc Soiling gave n free concert (o tho clul
Iren of the public schools to-day. Over I'HHJ per-
The Grand Jury hnvo found n true bill, for as
sault and battery with intent to kill, against one of
tho policemen engage.! Ill tho lato Ileum nnatr in
that citv. Ho has been committed to jail for trial.
I.'U isvii.i.t'. Jan. lit. Crittenden was elected
this evening to tho V. H. Senate. Tho Democrats
voted for Gov. Powell. Tho vote stood as fulluws :
Crittenden, X; Powell, 5".
Piin.Miti.i'UiA, Jan. 10. Hon. Mr. Muhlenberg
lied at Senator Hroudhcad's residence. Wushinir-
toii City, last night, .at ten o'clock.
Hey. AY in. Pat ton, of It irtford, well known to bo
....i a i...i:;..n;uu WAAA..i.. i....-.i .... :....:....
mm .ui iiii'uioi, in'.i-iiiii im iiiiuii i,v iiniiiiuiiii
before the M.irvhin.1 Institute at Haltimore. lie
had an audience of 2..'ilK) t o S.OtHJ persons. The
pssnges in the lecture which were most warmly
applauded wore those ridiculing Vnion Saving
Cuuiprunusos, unu what may be termed the .South-1
ern type offanalieism. Thoipeaker drew a picture
r it 1!! ...I I . .. 1 1 . . 1 j . . 1
oi me poiiiicui louicr, ami roierreu lo mo siapio
of his Congressional speeches, as consisting of
rhetorical nourishes concerning "the American
r.nuii, iiiu iiiiiisu noil, iiic oiiioroii.tsc. ui me
Constitution, the necessity of snving the endanger-,
L...i.. i. ii. i : . .i. i : .r .i...
e.l I nion, vn.l the wickedness nnd evil desert
being lsirn black," Ac. This met with rapturous
and protracted applause. Well done, Uultiuiuro!
The Slave Power in the Ji'ihciarv. A recent
number of tho t'ulinnliinn has carefully prepared'
a table, by which it appears that iu the Free States,
n Free poptilntion of nenr foi rtfen millions has
only fimt Judges ; w hile iu the Slave States, a Free
population of little more than six millions has fin,
no wonder that the institution or rather abomina
tion of Slavery is rarefully guarded by that Court.
It is constituted tor that purpose, .vioro than that.
threo of the four Judges in the r reo States nre men
of the strongest .Slavery pr-s-livities ns witness
tno iionorniiie .jungc urierni ine.ui iMstricr. ,-o,
in u woru, the nupromo uencii ot inn I intcct Mates
is composed of riijht Pro-Slavery Judges, namely
Curtis, Nels- n, (irier, Taney, Cliainplicll, Wayne,
Catron, and Daniel, and olio Anti-Shivery, namely,
i. . i ...... ..i . i. i.i. i.:. v.:i .1... .. .....:...
institution is well guarded.
..I IMIIII III IIIU -.III I'llllllli viiit, IIIU .1.. Illllll
Affairs of f'rii.i. A corrosnnndent of the New
lork Duilv times sends trout liuvautiil translations
of two proclamations recently issued by (ho now Cap-
tain (ieneral. which we have previously noticed. One
declares tho freedom of the portion ol the emancipa -
dos found on tho various prizes inado prior to tlio
yonr 1K-.3. They nro nt liberty to serve any inns -
.v.. ....j ,.,...n, v .,;.. . .... ni.x ..,.,.
per month for each male and four dollars per month
for onch female, subject to a deduction to inilcmni
fv tho master for freeing him or her. The other
document is 11 denunciation of tho foreign slave
trade, which closes with an authority for the intro
duction of free laborers consisting of Indians, Asi
atics, ami Spaniards, Tha whole, however, is so
badly translated that it is impossible to arrivo ut!
ii. . :.. r i. r .i.
iiu t ai.v v iiii.iiii.i .11 iiiu iiiiiiiui iiiiiin v, iiiv piiic
auiat.on. j no corresponueni cans tins a part 01
the Africanization scheme, but neglects to explain
how (his can bo ; a curious omission, in view of the
fact thnt free, negroes nro not includod among the
new laborers authorized. Nurtlt Ameriean.
OHIO AND PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
trains uoi.no west.
Mail Train leaves Pittsburg ut 00 A. M.
SALEM, 11,1)5 A. M. .
" ' nrrives atOrostlino 5,30 I1. M.
Express Train leaves Pittsburgh nt 9,;tl P, M.
12,0 A. M.
" " urrives at Crcstliue
0,30 A. M.
TRAINS UOINU EAST.
Mail Train leaves Crestline ut
" " nrrivos at Pittsburgh at
Express Train leaves Crestline at
' " nrrives nt Pittsburgh
7,00 A. M.
I,:i0 p. M.
4,4.'i P. M.
1.120 P. M
S,4.i P. M.
8,15 P. M.
OHIO AND PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Receipts for the Bugle for the week ending Jan. 11.
William Kirk, Salem,
Israel Shrevo, "
Chessman k Wright, Salem, l,.r.O-47ti
Joseph Hall, "
Aliiheus Cowles, (Jencvn,
H. W. Lninb,
.7 ('," ijj!,
. ... . ...
('. Douglass, Olmstead Falls,
Amos Hrusiiis, Mt. I nion,
Lucy Stono, West Hrookticld,
D. L. Haines, N'otiiiighaiii,
Amu P. Hoover, Crnuin,
Pierce (itirretson, Mt. I'uiun.
0. Hoxic, Palmyra,
O. L. Lnhain. Wol. hficld,
(ionrge Puddock, Liliorty,
li'M 1 : ,' 1 A .1. .: . ..
lfi.j.aiii i ani, .-vuriau,
Joseph Thayer, Hope,
righteous legislation! And whorcnn, it is a iiotori
age nus fact, that in tho Citited States, three, millicus
of persons nrc held in tlic most a ijert Ismthie
WIIKISKAS1, it is the object of our (lovrrnment '
to establish .'ttstice, ensjire Domestio Trnmpiilily. 1
provide for (hc'comnuin th fem e, promote the tien'
,0011 Welfare', nnd secure the blessing! of Liberty;
to every citizn thereof: And whereas, our I'pclnr
ntions are, that all (lovernnicnts tlcriye their just I
powers from th consent of the goyerned, there-'
lore, tin kvliln nf l'riu?iitirm lli.it j.linttr.livns nnv t
" ""M'I'ip.-u:i ' ".....is ,ne i uo.ic
D.nil.iiti tVf.1,1 flin i....unuM: .4 n...l nil..,.. '
...v ....r. ,-ivii .'I 1.1'. n .,,11 , ... 1, n.
it to become nn ngent of oppression in the hands
of the rich, thnt Functions nnd mppats lutein-
p'rawc, with its inevitable degradation nnd vice.!
WU ZXJt Til
Hint the land which belongs to the people ns tlicir
inheritance, is disposed ot to ppeculntors for por-
poses of gain, tiiat the trnlhc in IntosicntiiiK
ilritiLs 11 ni'filfii.ln.l (.1 It. a cyrvif ih.triinniit of tin
interest ot the whole coinniuiiity, nnd is a prol'ilie
source of mischief, evil nnd crime : And where:isi
wo feel that wo cannot co-onernto or unie with
any party or organir.ntion, that does not denonnco
oppose. Shivery, advocate the principles ol
Laud Jicform, contend for the abolition of lutein-1
d lioldly ,,d unhesitntingly doclnrol
tirtf- t,1t all Legislative Knaetiiients tlmt si.nction
the KYILS referred to, should he null nnd void,
'and that thev nro not 111 neenrthuiv'c with the dcC'
larations nf our (Inieriinienl : And, inasmuch as
there is no iiolitical partv in this Slate, that occu-
;ies suDicicully high ground, or speaks so .clearly j
anil cxnticitlv iinoo these matters that it citonot be
. I , . : . . " ,
prevent l..w from being perverted to (ho sanction-
lug of .-.7. to n,ce( i!i 'convention nt .W-m, f V
InmUaim f.W., I).. Wl, and I'Wi of tt-'
roi v, lH.'i;t. Tho Hon. OLO. W. .111.1 AX, of
Indiana. I,. A. II INK, F.sn., of Cincinnati, JOS.
HAH K Fit. of Salem, nnd others, nrc exnectc.l to
' ' - I "
bo present (o address the Convention.
wvTh rrii.ii.ls of I'ru.rnu n.i.,1 UefiTni are
tmitii-iihirlv reooi.stc.l to nii. ,,,1 to ,rivo troiwth 1
nnU intliicncu tu the Luincntiun.
j ej--- ra ,
J. I.. Itu. lt,
J. (' Whinrrii,
J. II. Kiniiemttii,
Win. .! ,
II". A. Ix-a-'e,
(j'ro. II. Wearer,
(u. Ill tit,
h'lijuh Shi nil,
K. .V. Ilirtfliiirn,
J. IK Coielanil,
J. M. t'lifielaiul.
Sum' I llml'iika,
J. S. Jhnsittl,
J lira in (Jrtiitrr,
It. t"(ii6c, Jr.
J. ('. Shinn,
U . Hrailnhiiv;
A. A. I'erinr,
A. II. InnMiif,
Jnhn I wjletuHif,
Jh: J. C. Isiei,
K. K. Smith,
T. II. White,
I il inn TnirimenJ,
A. J. Miller,
J, M. tihritl,
ljeri S, Miililletnn,
,1. I), t'lijielaillt,
J. II. Sfilt,
Wiltint H heaton,
W. M. YiHjletvny,
MASS. ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY.
The Annual Mooting of this Society will he held
at the Mkmiof.on, in Boston, on Wednesday, Turns
day and FniDAr, Jan. Cith, 2f.th and 27th, com-
. . , , , . r
niencing at 10 u cluck, A. M.
The friends of tho
Smdety in particular, and uf the Anti-Slavery Cnuse
gmierally, nrc desired to be as fully represented us
n(mnii,l.. n this occasion, and thus to indicate
, , . ,. ,, r . ., ...
l,ir,cs,,.to 11,0 Ml,ve 1 " f 'T' ."
l.l rt. it si suiri T lh nr ita nKatiliiffA ntiil lifrrAa aiim
'" -viij .. ,.n ....... v . -
hilatiun is decreed that the conflict is to be carried
n ..lit, ,,.w.l vi.mr nml thnt. th Snirit nfi
on with renowed vigor nnd thnt the Spirit of
,. .... .1 .
'''""m-,.,!,,,on ' ne hat never grow, weary or
or,",""l"r" - ,,, - u ,,Uv n"lu" 'W""""1' " biui, i
ami ever prompt to meet the common enemy.
I behalf of the Hoard of Managers of the
Mlls1K.illlwU Anti-Slavery Society.
FUAXCIS JACKSON', I'retiJeiil.
Hoiieut F. Wallpit, lire. See.
LIST OF LETTERS,
HKMAIXIXG in the Post Office, nt Salem, Coin in.
biana County, Ohio, Junuary , 1854.
An,,n Samuel Knappenberger John 2
; A!lI.Hfk James F. Kinscy Jonathan
. A Jluloa j, 4 c o .. ,Vln. o
nlltos yym (
; mrt,cr Isaaj
! ullr,or Isaac W,
Ltiiiih Mury Ann
Lapham Seneca 2
Leek F. W.
Moore Sarah W.
Moore W, (1.
Morris Harlmry Ann
Marlow Sarah W. 2
Mctjury & Huston
Moss J. J.
Phillips David J.
Patterson D. M.
Passiuoro Samuel U. 2
Heoves Samuel M. 2
Strulton Hachel 2
Stewart Emaliuo II.
Straughn Martha L.
Smith A. II.
Stephens Win. W,
Smith Mnry W.
Stratton Mary 2
Steward Mrs. Mary E.
Tittlo (ieorgo 2
Taylor D. M.
Todd John 2
Trunick II. C.
Wright Julia A.
Worth Jonathan F.
Wnrringtoii 1. It.
M'illinms Mary J.
Wehh Jnuies .
Wise Mary Ami
lti.ll I ti,
Hrown S. S.
...,.. m,..v 11
' C'liristtv A. J.
1 mB Wm. S.
J (i.oi.-liton Alji"ivil
: t.rolltlin JIW?KI U,
0Ufin(,rt' Chits. F.
1 )lrr j,,!vj j
' oc1 s Sarah
Erwin Marin L.
Eakin Elius II. .
Fuwcett Hannah M.
Francis S. J.
jdraham & McCoy
liray L. A.
(lillsprt (leorge !
1 lully Susau S,
Harris Francis H.
Hall 8. W.
Hoyle Hannah F,
; Harris Anna Maria
Hollowav Martin U.
I lllll. U. J. !.
I IIIIIKIITV IIU I. II.
II' ....... I!..,. If
Harris Mary Jane
I rons Mary Ann
GEORGE W. WILSON, P. M.
Wank Ditdt, Artiele of Agreement, Judgment
.... , .... ...
ixKim STREET, CLEVEtAXD, lilt
. - . ...v It-lit
, nnv I T I IS 11 .IMIIIIlllll L. L UB I
"' ' V, ,,ci ,ot ri ltrt)V
" 1 K11T MKAIIUA.
VAXT. Profoor of h ficUbc of As-
J. WASHINGTON IA S!, TrPfot the 8phr.
inn Svtem of Venmnnslilp.
II. mv'KlllT STIt iTTON, Aa'iStt1' Prof, ifktk
pecrnl ItepartinPnts. "
W. W. llAKIIKK, Assistant Prof., In tn Hook
Hons. JUM.K ST A ft K W F. A T 1 1 E I and II. D.
CI.AltK. H m(m on ('onillierdnl l-w.
I'.- tt tlttV tMAt'r on I'.dHics:! TtimJ
, ' li'soV K VlflTF I. trtrtr on ('uinmorciaf
. " ' '
For full course in I..uble Kntry lbH.k-keepui
nnd other )ennrtmeiils, liinr imlimiUil, IVH;
Fur full course in Ladies Ivi.arlineot, - 30,W
For separate course in Practical I'onmanidiip, 6,0
i.'ur various ptvles in Ornamental Writing
... , . . . ...... 1 .
The Pi nc pals or tins institution, uosign miiKing
ncM r,,r"" " j r ' ' ' l;.rl,r.,..rfrtxv ... 4
THK COl l!SI. 01- INSri.Lt UON, ttiiiiraffr
Hook-keening by Houbhi Lntry. ns iipplie.l to ll.tf
'various departments f 1 rade, . oi.mierie, ana
Manufactures, comprehending Hie. best lorlits now
used fx (lie most noui isiiing mm v...
lishuieiits. eiienired individually or in partnersliip.
. , ,t 1 .......ni.f 4aul
nt W holcsalo nnd lietnil, on Commission or Joittl
t, ... . , , .
Speculation, inclu.lina liuusing, nieniiiuoauiiK,
Insurance, Hailrond and Joint Stock Uooks,
Commercial Culeiibilions nnd Corrcspoudcm ,
....! 1 Il!..l.
I. racing every vsneiy oi iii.ih i-u.iu.iis.
and funiiliariziiig Hip sd.dent with the CouinieniUl
Technicalities and Phraseology of I'urrespnnuWo.
COM M KliCl A I. OKOGH A I'll Y is a new feature
in Mercantile Sihools, and having its rigin aa it
dHs in (his Institution, mm 1. w ill b J to mak
it an instnh'tive nud protlitable branch in the Uw
The Spenccrian System of Practical IVnttidltshijf
in nil its forms, will lie taught by its Author, P. it.
iSprnccT, nml J. W. 1iisk. No Institution til
Amarh a oilers superior facilities to this for Imparl
ing a Kapld and Systematic Hand Writing. Geu
tlcmen and Ladies in U jmrts of Hie country,
desirous of qualifying tliem-H'lves for Tuaehorn ul
this unrivalled nnd popular System, will nnd thi
wants met nt this College.
TIIK LADIES' DKPAHTMF.NT Is entirely
separate from the gentlemen 's, and is lilted up in
a nn en.lia ami coinon.eni siic. .'inn.
are now rpaping the nenciiis oi n
cnnt'iln Kiluent.on. by oc.cillviiiK
. ... .
responsible situations. Females desirous of at
tending a Mercantile School, will llnd tho facilitice
for study offered at this Institution, superior to
any other iu the 1' uitu.il Stales.
Apjdiennts can enter uixiii a course of study at
any time during the year.
Diplomas are awarded (o students who nstafu
Tho Principals have nn extensive acquaintance
with business inpn throughout the West, and can
render efficient nid to grnduntcs in sec Bring situ
ations. Tim suit of HiKims occupied t tins Cullege, ar
more spneions, nnd are Sued np m a mors aUgant
and convenient mnimer than any other liko Insti
tution in Hie I'nited Stntes.
gxif- Send for a Circular by mail.
Dec. 31, 18.j3.-ly ;
WESTERN FAKME1.S' INSURANCE CO
v , .
OLD BAXK llVIUUSa.
JAMES KELLY, Prks.
Lr.vi Martix, Sec'y.
Dee. 31, lH33.-:iin.
THE PLACE TO GET YOUR LIKENESS.
HUNT k 1K)0X1.,
Have opened, in Johnson A Horner's block, the
largest and finest IWigucrreinn Hoouis in Easteri
Ohm, where they lire constantly taking picture
(exclusively on Oulvunized Plates) surpassing U
others iu durability, beauty of finish nnd artistio
style. Our facilities f.i operation are of the tost
ample and improved order, consisting in part of !-
chincry to polish the plate. Hy it wo uro enabled
to give Hie highest polish, without which nfiue piu
turo ennnut bo taken. Our
.V OF MAMMOTH Sl.F. AXI KVFFICIKXT
TO TAKF. SIXTY J'F.llstfSX OX A
SIMILE FLA TK.
run es RANiir. inovt Z" rTs. to rt:V rm.t..tm. '
Ladies and gentlemen nrc rtrijucstcil Iu call au4
examine our specimens.
Salem, Jlee. Ii, lru.1.
SVl t r.s'0R TO tSOOD.Vl.E 1 m
COMMISSION ME11CIIANT. '
And Wholesale Dealer in
Mollis, CiiMsiimrrrs, Doklu, Vrntlnsr.
OvcHualings, Satinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Flan- ,
nels. Serges and Linings, nud a variety
of other Woolen and lluuicstic UoikIs.
41, Zf.-I.VA" STllEET, CLEVELAND, OHIO.
SAM I' EL B1.0OKE,
Having taken tho extensive Stork ef Oi.sb.U
it Co., otters it to tha Trade on the most favornblo
terms, and solicits acontiiioani e of putmnnge froia)
I the old friends unu customers ol the estuliiisliniml.
! The Larye Stork nf Yankee Xotiuut f- Fanrg Goent-,
In the upper nHinis of the huilditigi ar eouvtaiit
ly iKong replenished hy fresh arrnls . .
I Libpriil advances made on. WOOL, by 5. X.
jlioodulc, who conthmm Uis uttice ns heretofore,
' the same building. '
I Dec. 22, tm.
At my instance nn Attoi'liment Wns this day is
sued by ticorgv W. Wilson, rt justice of the lM'sce
1 of Perry township, Columbiana eonnty, Ohio,
against tho property and rflevts of Silas llowel, a
non-resident debtor. iAMt'EL GHOVE.
Decenil.fr I I, l"J.
Ult. fJEO. W. I'tTTIT
liospcctfully tenders his professional services t
the citizens of Marllsiro nnd surrounding country.
Office in the room recently occupied hy Dr. K.U.
Thomas. . if, '
JI ST roceived at JOHNSON & HOHXEH'S,
lino assortment of ' j
M10C1IA SHAWLS, t
both long and sruarc, at prics ranging f..m
TEX 10 TWENTY-FIVE DOLLAHS... . .-,
joii.vsox x non.NER:'
October 2P, IfOI.