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For the Bugle.
DISCIPLE ANTI-SLAVERY CONVENTION.
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Thin oflvaVitjrJn, held purmant to Cnll nre-
viousljr publiHliod, cunvenod in I'levelund, 011 t!m
ITJ'Ti 0,,t,,,M,"1 ita 1
Tli followiug pcmoiin ware ni.iH.iiilod officers ofi
Itio Uonvontunii President, W. B. Hunt, of liar,
rirfin Co. ; VuD Pre-idrnt, Lc.renio Bull ; Socro
turicfl, If. M. Addison) CIcvcLind, J. A. Swim, of
ottondiin'vs iu not liircc. Lut tlir.so wlio'
woro present evinced imicl, enrnestness nnd deter !
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nuimtioii ot puipose in opposit.on to slavery nnd
tlio r ugitne filnve Law; nnd nl) mi condeinnntion
or the position r.r Alcxtindur Cmnpboll cn the'e'
ubjoct. " ' '
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no iMMUYiing nro mo nos.iiutions nUoiitod re a
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, .'l ? ,l;1i:,ovi'lc''t proposition that
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1'ivine teachings of our lilrssxil l!,..l.,..,,'
uch we should uso nil Kcrinture means to " lirmk
the oppressor' bands ami let lh
fcmG, That tbo sentiiueut expressed by tbe
Kdttorof tbo .Vitlruial llurbinyrr with reference to
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that publication in furor of A mkkicax Sla v khy, i
Bunniii nnu mo Hiiccial i.Mi in
are contrnry to tlio Hivine tcaobins, nnd ate there
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v. ,..uui,1,.M l,J tills V.VII.VIIIIOI1.
Item 7. That wo deoply regret tlio posit!, u occu
pied by the Kditor or tho Millenuil 1arhiniti', in
his essay, on the suhicct or "American Slavery :"
1st. Because he endorses the views or Oov. Ham
mond, of South Carolina, in his reply to tbo mem
orial of tho 1'ree Church of Glasgow, which con
tains in our opinio.l many untruthful saying".
2d, Dccauso ho nlfinns that tho Bible nnd its
author sanction the relntinn of master and slave ns
they exist in the. system of American Slavery, and
at tho same timo asserts that be believes the time
not distant wbt n in tlio NlavoludUing Stales " free
labor will nppqar incomparably more honorable
moro profitnble, nnd moro favorable to domestic nnd
Htato prosperity nud hnnpinoss."
3d, While the North hnvo been niado to bear tbe
burthens; of ajavory unjustly nnd hnvo ruiscd
their roicos njainstit, he lias iiuiultc.t us by cillinp
it "a crusade against the South" nnd meddling
with what was not our business nnd nnehristinn
ising nil tboso who recognize tho " higher law" as
superior to the lower law. . Agnin, It is a matter ol
deep rogrct that so uinnv of our leading brethren
hnvo been induced to stillo their convictions of truth
and lustlco upon this subject tile whole of which
has Leon the prolilie source or inlidclitv nnd pro-
entoil in hoiiio cases persons from uniting with us
they believing, that w o as a body w ere pro-klnvcry
in our Tcelings nnd view.
8. lletoleed, Tlmt we cordially endorse the sen-
ni I .i ,rr " . 'iii "."",',"7 " '"''.'"
yol. 1st, page 80, that "Slavery is tlmt lnrgcst and
blackest blot upon our national escutcheon, that
many headed mouster. that Pandora's box. that
bitter root, that blighting and blasting curso under
w hich to fuir and so large n portion of our beloved
country groans, that deadly Upas whose breath
pollutes and poisons evory thing within its influ
.0. llttolrrrf. That wc as cordially repudiate the
various articles that havo siuco appeared in the
Milltuiul lhirbinijcr, tho apparent, nnd in somo
rases the avowed objoct of which wns to defend
'that "sum of all villaiiies" from the Bible, and that
on our opinion the scutimonls of those articles, so
'far as tlioy attempt the defence of Human Shivery
Ifrmn the IIibK, aro more injurious to tho cause of
Christianity than the direct attacks upon it by
rowed disbeliever in In its lWvinn origin.
W iiERK.ts, God iii nil his teachings has expressed
himself in favor of the oppressed and in disappro
bation of tho'np-prcssor and whereas, it hna been
said that the "Christians of the North should miud
their own business;"
llesolveil, That thin Convention conceive it to be
the duty of-every Christian man to do all in his
power to rcliove tlio oppressed, nnd that it is our
' business" to call tho intention of nil men to the
in mnd ovils of American Slavery, nnd to induce
those wbo are cxninecled with it to reform by un
loosing' tho bauds nud lotting the opprossvd go
Messrs. Kent, Addison nnd Williamson, of Ohio,
Mr. Amy, of HI., and others, advocated tho Boso
vlution, setting forth with much iluariiess nnd
force, the' infamous clnractor or slavery, nnd its
eiioruaobmcnt upon northern right nnd interests,
and als6 placing Mr. Campbell in bis true light bo
foro tlio convention, as tbo defundor of tbo hateful
Kblor J. Morse, of Akron, who, it w ill bo remem
bered, recently bold somo meetings in Salem, in
tended the Convention ; hut refused to givo in his
nanio ns a mombur. Ho opposed with grout seal
the Resolutions which condemn Alexander Camp
boll for .advocating slavery, nnd chargo him with
injuring thq cause of Christianity.
" lie claimed that Campbell's position in reference
to tho Bible sustuining slavery is strictly correct
that tbo relation of master nud slave w most clearly
nml explicitly tanclimed both in tho Old nnd Now
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Testnmeut. The slavery sanctioned by tho Bible
and by nature, however, Mr. Morse contended wns
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r.i uiivni-AP All- M....H ii.iili.iJn.
neithor kith nor kin to Anteiican slavery. And
such ho claimod was Mr. Campbell's position. He
utterly denied that Mr. Campbell bad ever defended
or apologised for American slavery. '
With referouco to .the chargo that the course of
thej lliirbjnter had been tbe source of infidelity
among Disciples, he said that the infidelity .com
plained of bad como froui a rory different quarter.
It had resulted from the doctrine held by some or
the brethren, that slavery is nt nil times and under
all circumstances, sinful. A person, ho averred"
imbued "with-this fulso doctrine, could not consist"
ently do otherwise than reject tho Bible,
j His a'polcgy for Mr. Campbell and slavery seem,
ed to find little favor in tho Convention. . Extracts
were read by Messrs. Kent, Addijon, and other,
from Mr. Campbell's writings, showing beyond all
dispute, that tbu charge against him of defending
slavery, was true nud just.
Mr. II. 0. Williamson, of Trumbull Co., avowed
himself a Garrisoiiian abolitionist, and offered the
following Resolutions, which, on their introduction
in the early part of the mooting, woro laid on the
tnblo, and a motion to call them up fur discussion,
made by Mr. V., nenr tho closo of tlio Convention,
was lost. ' , '
Whereas, ' Tho Whig and Democratio parties or
the nation have pledged themselves to suppress all
.discussion in regard to tho national righ la of ouo.ee,Vnth
of tho people of this country, and whereas,
the i'soe Democratic party, In thoir National Con
.ventioi, agreed to leave to tho States tbo whole
.question oi slavery and the extradition of fugitive
slaves, thereby acknowledging the rightfulness of
slavers se lung us there is any legislation in its
support.- , f .1 !.. ..
Tlioreroro, HmoliM, That to hold Christian rel
lowwbip1 with any man belonging to either of the
the three political part'ws of this country is not only
Inconsistent with the spirit of Christianity, but is
an outrage upon the plainet pr'nmiplss of moral-
On moving to take up the above Resolution, Mr
yVilliauuon said, bis object iu bringing tlid Reso
lution (brward was that it might be scon whether
the Convention was, a it purported tu be, in favor
pt freedom. He folt as the boy did, of whom ho
bad road, who put a hundred egg under a turkey,
and when naked wby he bad d.uie o, said lie want-
.4 tn ann ilm old hfln snrcad herself. And so, said
"Mr1; Williamson, ft is with mo': I want to' t.oe the
".'onvetjtion "spread ilself.'l'
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The Convention, howevor, refused t " spread
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it-jcliy nnd (Jin Itpsultitmn trim iw. .1wnn..n,i
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re. in .1 h...'oi.t section, of the country, nnd call,
Wlion RtlvinltliV ntir.iKfti .,...:. Ti r ...
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niitteo consisted of Mow. V s cinnn rr I
'Co.', (J. H. Knt. of Oeau-a Co If M A.l.lin i.f
C.,.f W. A. BMi, of Pe Co., d
W. B. Hunt, of Murrain fn
FRIENDS' MEETING HOUSES.
YPSILANTI, 1st mo., 17, 1854.
l'r0"" " "enrtl l,0,T ,r,"nUs ln ""V ''v "liut
jup thoir moellna lioufes ncainst Anti-Sliivery lec-
Ti)) fjowi ,, f Af,rlftl
n...i l.. r .' r r i . i i i
, ""'"., ...-Vi...K uc.u
.near Adrian, IJtli month, 2Jth, li;i3. j
Th? subject from Yi.xilnnti prei.nritivo mcctinc. i
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'Continued in tbo renorl front Ilneon moiilhlv meet-1
n'S, niter 0 tune of doliheralion, thereon, it appears
'to be tl.c prcvailiuK jud-ment of this ineetinc, that
friends cannot consistently opeu our meeting bou-
Anti SIaery T.octurers
JERID COMSTOCK, Clerk.
I havo no comment to mako on tbo tlbovo nt
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" ihv iinio nuu inc occasion win nov ocruiu
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'-"v lv u J ii'i!. ouriiicnuB ncru in .Miciiiiriui,
ly to say that our friends hero in Michigan
being of tbe Ynukco order, can see they nro not
consistent in ripening their meeting houses for tbo
cuo of the slave nnd human liberty, while they
arc still willing to build up and savo through their
agents n slaveholding government.
Thine for the cause of liniimiillv,
SAMUEL D. MOORE.
PROGRESSIVE FRIENDS MEETING.
A Meetinu nf rn.. in.l . r. . ;..
lrien'l Will lie hell) n l.nnnn Plin ,. I .,,.'.,,. I ,
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.. i., cominencing on trulny, tho lOlhdny of 1 eh-
ruary next, nnd coiitmiio for throo days.
This chv of rvformers originated in a secession
from tbo Coiukor order, nnd it being their aim to
cherish freedom of thought nnd speech on ovcry
subject relating to ninu's highest welfare, tlio most
ample liberty of speech will bo cxcrciicd, nnd al-
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lowed to nil classes and denominations, and the
L-iniiuiiiiigii ui nn win) iook io vou as a i. nivcrsni
Father, nnd who regard ns ono brotherhood the
wbolo family of man, is most cordially invited.
Tlio following: nnmcs constituto a Committco to
whom application may bo made for information, or
for entertainment, of which amplo means will be
provided r..r nil who may attend Trcm nbroad : Levi
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Baldwin, Bern. Griswold, Roswel Butler, P. S.
Kamsdclt, Dr. Brown, Win. Johnson.
Joseph A. Dugdalo, of eastern Pennsylvania,
and Thomas McClintock, of Wntcrloo, X. Y., hnvo
engaged to bo present ns speakers. Also Frederick
Oouglass, Antoinctto L. Brown, Susan B. Anthony,
nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Jenkins, from the cast, nnd I'r
II. W. Richmond mid Joel Tiffany, Kso,., or Ohio,
hnvo been invited nnd nro expected.
WM. H. DAY AND THE OHIO SENATE.
Quito unexpectedly two or three weeks since we
chronicled tbo fact that the Ohio Senato had with
out dissent, admitted Win. II. Day, tho intelligent,
gentlemanly and talented Editor of the Aliened
American, to a seat within tho bar of that august
Democratic body ns n reporter. In this position
thus far Mr. Day has borne himself in to credit
I "Llo a manner us n man nnd as a reporter, that no
slmduw of reproach can bo oust upon him, even by
tbo pale faced Buckeyo Democracy. Nevertheless
this has not saved him from wanton insult, positive
expulsion for no cause, except that a smalt fraction
of his blood ieof African origin. . Doubtless it is
a part of tho crushing out policy, which Caleb
dishing recommended in regard to the Massachus
etts Democracy. Our Ohio seniles, in a moment
I"- iuadvertaney, gavo way to their native liuinnn-
ty mid justice. . But a sense of tliolr national
obligations relumed upon them, nud crushed out
uito effectually nnd ut once, tboso vulgar virtues,
common courtesy, nnd justice. They nro foreign
element.! in technical democracy.'
But us wo uro just about loaving home, wo have
no time to comment upon this dastardly outrage as
it deserves. '
Tho voto for Mr. Day's expulsion stood irraUeen
to Un. Dr. Towusend wus abscut, ns wcro several
UeniocrnlH. Tho infamous seventeen are all Dem
ocrats. Tho Whir; all voted agninst it. The
Democrat Williams, from Columbiana, nnd the
lUy. Dehox-uatic Nonius, or Muhouing coun'.y,
could not bo forcod to voto. Their sneaking prc-
tiiu nun mm, lui-y ciiiuii iioiuiii uuuui u, j iivi
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icowurus. iney wore atraia oi tue miti-siavcry in
their districts, nt tho same timo that they shivered
with Tear of tho national "crttthing," if they dared
to be decent or just cn this occasion.
The Old Dominion Again. Yirgiuinhas started
another niovemont in behalf or slavery. Some
her Senators In the Legislature, distressed that any
body who has ever been a slave should bo free, even
by tbo decision or her slavoholding courts, propoeo
to prevent this In future. A proposition has been
introduced by Mr. White, of Hanover county, that
no man shall act as juror in a case whero tho freodom
of a slave is concerned, who is conscientiously
opposed to tho institution of slavery, or who pro
fv.scs to bo so opposed, and that tho entertaining
uf such un opinion shall bo a legal cnuso or dial
That is justico worthy of slavery. Nobody shall
sit in judgment on the caso of human freedom ex
cept such as think it right to enslave That
worthy of the Stnto nnd the Courts which will im.
prison an intelligent lady for teaching tho A B
The Pittsburgh Dispatch hits it off woll. It says
" Some of our thiovos aro watching this movo
uient anxiously ; determined, in case it succeeds,
emigrato to Virginia where they hopo to hnvo
law passed allowing them, in caso of detection,
excludo from the jury which tries them every man
conscientiously opposed to potty larceny."
Joseph Bailor gives utterance to his burning
and just indignation against Johu Mitchcl's hy
pocrisy and treason to liberty, in tho Pennsylvania
Freeman, as follows. Scyero as it is, who shall sny
it is not richly merited f
From the Pennsylvania Freeman.
Mr Dear Friend, In
articles in my paper, The Fenple, in favor of John
Mitcbel, nnd in opposition to the Govcrninout that
prosecuted him. I mouruod over tho oppressions
and wrongs of tho Irish, as I still mourn ; I folt
indignant nt thoir oppressors nnd plunderers, n
still feel. I looked on Mitehol a a friend to popu
lar freedom, and rejoiced In his endeavors to sepa
rate Ireland from tbo British Empire ; nnd when
I the tyrants seised him ami lodged mm in
I riulinit niv libortv and life iii bis dufonae. I do-
,(,l,nounccd tip priests, the aristocrat and princos
I England, as the greatost oriminnl in tho country,
, ., i ;.u kith 1. n,.. l,.ninrn. mi. I niv
! ' for thoir utter' and eternal overthrow.
.never dreiimrd )ut tlmt Mitrliel hh? a frwnd
. ' 'Ml
man, a lover of uniiorsnl liberty, tin advocate of
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richt for ull. 1 lnul no ido.i ilmi a man who hnl'
the fvmnny tf tho Knr!i-h im-iiuivliv Mid i.nnto.
'oligarchy. Ii cnld ncvcl havc.'t.lorcd my mind.
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11 11 1 mij ii-i-n'ii-i- i) 1 vfii- ri!iin 'M iiinv'ntiint(iiii,
could le itidiI ont to 1 ho th'hia ;f other men. J
9.t,0,!M '"'n '""T 'r "!0 ort!i to opon orj
Mi,,, Ipak'ln ,0', I rXS
tlio world n tlmt lie lind n rduntiittoii tn l;od
Willi sluvei. 1 slimiw b noon Imve jinus'in hum
ilmsevt Uwil in tl.o fiiMcil lull of urthodoXy, ns!
kiioHincly culnL'izc nn Irisli rpiitd.lii.nn I'ln'jryo
HliiveholiliT. Tlio fitlde-t nnd liHi.-t Iciminoiii
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wiiuir nun cruwiM couiii niu nn o i;i eii m"r riiviiii
r . uthioiiio to me, tlinn llm loud deolnimer atiiiixt
l.n.li Ij Miiny. if I l.ad known nt tlio time, tlmt
no Imrh'iied in bis n.uil, mid concealed toiicnlh lui
protcMions of tout f.r libe.My, tl.c perm, the "
iul ,,mt lionrtles, inliiinous nnd cxcerublw tlvt-ior
pt,Ml) American siavehoMinj; despotiKiii.
Vet such, nlus, wiu tho case. John Mitcliel, the
fri"h re'ealer mid repnl.lic.in of IfM, vviif. in
nea.i, n iviiint, n iiosiiot, n aveli" er. li is pn-
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i.m.imw villi luiini a Hi lovo Ol neeio in lcio H
lie. It lvn pi.ncr t'uo power to tyrannim.1, to
plunder nnd to kill that bo u.n peeling : Imt free-their
don: mil th rifdits of man. lln hns i.iibli.-!ir 1
ibo world his nvowal, that bo would like to bo a
niui-ii'M'ii r. no lias lino ino iniernni nni'Minoou
to deny thnt sbivehol lin ' is u crime, n wron;', or
even nn nnproprioty. II? has Kivcn bis nnl to the
vilur, the most inlnnious band of despots on (bid's
earth. lie bus opened bis lumilh in scorn of tbo
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,lu"" ' v iwk.iiiiuiw n.j iiiiiiiiuiiiuiii.in mv
world cm, hoat. He has idn,'.l l.i,..df In the
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iin'M nonorruo nnu crnninai position a minimi iicinp;
can occupy, llo Ins uttered a mure revoltinif man-1
ifesto than cicr issued from tho heart of eitherl
despot, priest or pirate, lie has shown himself
"L"'?.'!-! J:VTV' ''"!
inuii-nruimn.- uiiii it uncnutM ino ryo, or itiuneu
the heart, or idiocld the n.ornl feelings of humnti-'
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It is vniu to nv tlmt four rears suRorins frmn
tbo hands of tvrnnts bus corrupted him 1 it has
only developed dim. Ho has not degenerated, but
shown himself to hnvo been originally nnd radi-
r"!' nd. Mad Ins heart been truo to humanity.
flu, tiinitiliim ..I
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nave nre i ins soul tn
io moro ngninst the ikrds ol'
If his soul he.d been really bred nt firBt
with tho InNO of freedom, tho smo'tlicrcd flumes
would hac burt forth with doiiblo fury, scnthiii'r
nnd hhitiiig tbo tyrant nnd opproiMirs on every
band. Tli'j biai-art patriot was a coward traitor.
The pretended ndvocato of right nnd liberty was a
secret, deadly enemy of imiuMnd.
I w ithdraw tbo words I published in bis favor.
i uiicreu iiicm in ignorance ci ins character, ills
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tyrant persecutor 1 lm'.e as hoarulv, nnd denounce
as Heartily as ever; b
but in sei.inir nnd ciectinz
him, and frustrating bis plot, they were, though
unintentionally, di ing the land of Krin and the
human race n real service. They were crushing n
deadly viper. They wcro ejecting a loathsome
traitor. They were saving tho Emerald IhIo from
sinking into n deeper hell than that into -which
they themselves had plunged her, and from being
devoured by wilder horrors than thoso which they
themselves had let loose upon hor.
llejoico, unluippy country, that thuii didst not
embraces of thy iireiende.l fi-inml. It., i.bul. o
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nasa'from the irnmi of tl,v"ni,P,i m.ni..v. int..
Erin that the plots or Ibis conspirator were frus-
ted and hat the ex.lo of he ...buiuan traitor
HiLVPtl tllfi flMtil fllintlinl Iilnnnv ii m il li-1 . nml uii.
other cruel mockery of thy hope-.
My frien.ls, my former and my present readers,
ri ,'"' ,,. ,. ."u '' Vrr. " , . ,
i ii .la v iroeii inysiMi ii-om tno rcsponsiiilliir i IOOKJ
upon niyseil, when I besnoko
lor tllO reDCalOrl
Mitcbel your sympathy nnd nid. Tho nmii who
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can battle with despots to-day, and to-morrow
publish his wish' for a southern plantation, woll
stocked with slaves, can have no sympathy or nid
from me. My heart abhors the monster, nud
eject him. Let him go. And may tbo curses
and ropronches of tho oppressed in every
nation haunt him ; and the righteous indig
nation nnd mbuko or overy friend of right nnd
freedom and humanity fall on him, mid overwhelm
him with eternal infamy.
Yours, for tho oppressed nnd plundered of every
country nud of every complexion.
News of the Week.
Douglusa' Nebraska Bill is an Administration
measure, though tho President is said to 1)0 some
what startled at tbo opposition it arouses. We
hope ho umy bo confounded by it, and Douglass
with l.i... lielorn the end .hall con.,,. .
mi r . t f j 1 sp , a
1 ho fi'icii'l oi JtWiu 1- rpimnri hnva niHil. an nn-
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jienl for funda, to save his li'.tlo property from being
swallowed up by the expense of bis recent trial
under that beautiful njiecimen ot Republican legis
lation the fugitive slavo law.
Tbo Wcstorn Theological Seiniunry, Presbyterian
Church, nnd Allegheny City Bank wcro consumed
by fire on the 23d hist.
M. Bodisco, the Russian Minister, died at
Washington on the 20tli iust. Ho has occupied
ins uipionmi.e station in inu. country lor c.gi.teen
years. His wifo was an American Indy.
A perfect tornado passod over the neighborhood
of Mt. Vernon on Friday uftornoon last. Much
damage was duiio to property, nnd several persons
woro severely injured.
li.... .v'. Itii-.itT. iv Pin runt's .Mm Amnltu
ii ii, . . , . ,
Bloomer gavo nn nddrcss on Woinnn s Rights by
rcipiost, iu Columbus at tno cioso oi tno lato Ionian's
Temperance Convention in that cily.
oflsion or such Stato into the Union on nn equal foot-
hip; with tho original State, and to prohibit slave
Tho Buckeye of New Lisbon publishos the fol
lowing relative to the growth and buisness of our
Thoro nro but few villagos which hnvo grown
with tho same uniform upward tendency ns Saloin
with ns little external nid, or ns few facilities from
abroad. It has hitherto boriie it full sbaro
taxation, nnd hns probably received less und mndo
fewer exactions upon tho county treasury than any
other village of its siie. The township of 1'orry,
containing but lb square miles, is this year taxed
ovor 11,000 (without tho additional sum placed
upon tlio Bank by tho Stato Auditor) while Centre
t'.wuship with 30 square miles, nud having tho
county soat, with as largo a town and moro costly
buildings, pays but a little over $7 ,000. The com
parison, if madu with the other townships and
vitiligos of the county, would bo oquully crcditublo
to Sulem and it vicinity.
Tho growth and buisness of this plaeo has not
dopemled i.M.n Ibo railroad merely, for whilo tho
other principal towns of tbo country have had
eitlior tho river or canal to aid tliom, nud iu eoina
instances, inimonso water power and inoxhaustiblc
mineral resources, this village and township hnvo
bcou entiroly destitute of wutor power, mineral
deposits, or modes of shipment, or communication
with auy other point.
The Nebraska Bill. Senator Douglass, on
January 17th, gavo notico in thovU, S. Senate
that, on Monday next he would move to tako up
the Nobruska Bill. Senator Sumner, on tho same
day, laid on the tnblo an antouduiont thoroto which
was ordered to be printed !
"Provided that nothing herein cautained shall
be oonsidorod to abrogate or in any way contravene
tho act of March 6, 1820, entitled an out to author-
ise tho neotilo of Missouri Torritory to form a Con-
stitution and Suito Governiueiit, and for the ndniis
' rv iii rortain Territories, w heroin it is exnresslv en
; acted that in all that territory coded by Frnneo
nftho Statca jinder the nuuie f lo.;pmiu
'''-' 1-1 M Vr...'. Iu , , 1.
which lies n-rrth of'SCi dcg. nnd 30 min.' north!
i...:i...1a t. .., :..!.. .1...1 .. l.i. i:...;i. ,.i il.. Ktnil.
latitude, not im-hnbd wiihiii il.A limit ol Ilia Stftl'i
contemplate 1 by the act. slat err mi'l invulunlnrj
hi r iluil'-, ctlu'rwiso I'mn in ilm pmiiHlimoiit jf
rrin.... vl.rro. f thoI1I,rlii;j,llnll hnvo l.c-n .July,
coiivicicl, hull lv, and H hurelir, iuievcr prulnb-
SALEM. From the New York Tribune.
NEBRASKA AND THE MISSOURI COMPROMISE.
" Territories fhall I nt liberty to tnko nnd bold
slaves within ftnv of tho Torritorie of the
to.L'nitcd Stater." A".
. ... . r- --n
L , 'T'm "r duuai;''. 1,"'lt.,",lnk; '' ,
' " tneln-ouilimlr whicli'lK'S "loni. A
ib.'anco bore to answer to a charge of brutal treatment
Tlln -cRrsER."-Mr. Maurice ofTored a resolu
tr I , t,,c ,)UHOof nc)rc,onUvlivc., in Congress,
i .... . ' 1. "I
Whiiixtdv, Wedneijiy, Jan. 19, H5I.
The Ni?hrnVii dill doe not )irii;ir to lio clearly
umlerrt-i.id i vet. In tlio itih-ivh of nniendinoiit
i! ..).. ! . . .
w in. n ire oiii lull i.een "icn2 HiriniL'li. finco hh
lirnt rou.-opt ini, tlire nr tlirro Ntiifo to bo par-
tieulnrly notired. Tlii- bill pn-powd-
l'irt. t nl!oT tbo .Vuft-, which limy be formed
out ol the Territory, to come into the I'niou with
nillii ut Muv.m v, n tins neoido thereof should
elect (lis Cas h hoUon doctrioe.
Se?r.d. to r.'peal the MiMouii restriction, nnd
so nlhnt ylavcj to Irf bl 1 in tho foriwy u well!
ni m tno Mate,
, ..... . .. ... -.. .....
l inro i nut mo nilifis ol l in soveral stales or
Tho last two stops nru tnoro clenrl y set forth
in i?crin"jr I'uoli i aiilciHlincnt wnic'ii ream
Sw:. 2. Ami it it fin I'tit tnncUd, tluil so muidi
or the M!i sei'tion or nn n.-t approved March U, 120,
"cntitle I "An Act to imthoi i.o lie people; or tlie
,,. . ,. , . . ,. 1 , , , i
" Missouri lerrilory to firm a Constitution nnu,"
" State Govrmniuiit, nnd for tbo ndmis-.i(,n of such
-. n, nn i i ii i in I iti.m mi nn n.in.ii iin inn u t in
... . . . . . 4.,
.. r-',lVB " ' uorm.m u e. -;r''""""
" liivoluiit u r scrvituds, ot iorwue than m tbo pun-'
" t.linin.it nl ..i inm w'.nrm r it i , I I i n j . 1 1 ! 1 1 lirivi!
uliuient ol ciiiiio wlierei f the put tica shall Iiavci
been duly convicted, rlinllto forcverprobilitcd,"
shall not be so construed as to apply to tbo Torn-
tory coiiteuihited by this act, or to any o)b"r Terri-
tory of the I'nitod Suites ; but that tho citizen ol
( lie Bui:rui r-iuii-s ur i cri norics biiuii uu lib unci 11
tlio several Mates or Jon
to tnks and hold their slnvcs within but of tbe
! Territories of tho I'nitcd State, or of the States to
bo formed therefrom, as if the said net, cntitloJ
iforsaid, and npproved au ul'jroaid, bad never been
Tho l.i't pripnition nbindons C.iss.s doctrine,!
nnd nt once lcg.vli.0:i and e ilablislics slavery in the
Territories mi l embryo States, without any legislative
nciion on the part of tlio people or n.ii-J
Territories or States, whether tbe majority arc fjr
or against it,
HnMfeTEAD Bn.i.. Tbe Cuuiinitlee on Public
Lauds havo reported tho Homestead bill, nnd it
thought it will bo passcj by this Congress.
Tlio Legislature of Ohio has fixed upon the 24th
in.it., for the election of L'. S. Senator.
A ten hour law has pa.ed tho Kentucky
Houso of Iti'prcicntativcs.
Capt. Strout, of the brig Napoleon, has been
in Portland, and imen bail for bis nppcar-
t ..r i.:
to ono of Ins crow
removal of Collector Brunson,
'""" , Y '"
ham, to bo a gross infringement of tho sacred
I.:.... I......... M. .....i.:....
!.;, ,;., ... ,, :.,l.,. .' I ... ,!,
. .1 l.' 1 1 t 1 1
! ' vvuiiuiivi.i mi.viiii.il ihv
-Ficderika Bremer in a card publlsbcj in the'
London Time attenps to sheild l'orself from the
severe criticisms, ni-ou her recent book, " Tho
World," by charging serious
errors upon the English translator, nml Expresses
n strong'desire for a new English edition to bo cor-
reeled IVom tho Swedish. Mary Howitt, the trans-1
lator, replies to Miss. B. in letter to tl.o Time,,
exprcs-inghernstonisbmcntat her card.wl.cn
B. had written hor a private letter, an extmet
.. i - 1. ' .1.- 11
Wlliili SHU 11VCS. vaiiicn.niiii UIU Itl.llllOSV llllllinni
for her translation, and csncciallv nrnisintr its Add-
n,..i ..., a.hi I,.-.. r: .ii,,!,,
niisluUe,: For nny real errors Mrs. II. ..lead. 7he
excuse that she bad to translate entirely from the
...,i ;.. .nnt i,.,in
manuscript and iu great haste.
Vermont. The Yermonters nro justly proud
their State. Tbe Rutland Herald breaks out
follows : There is but 0110 city in the Suite nnd
ono soldier. Wo have no theaters nor mobs.
havo no police, and not a murder has been commit'
. J . !.!.! .1 1... .
1 ted in tins Statu within tho last ten years
' nvo nn museums, opern-houses, nor crystal palaces,
I wo 1,"v0 n"".'?"' bomos, tl.at nr.)
centra of the world to their inmates, fur which
1 father works, votes nnd talks where the mother
I controls, educates, labor nnd loves whoro
1 1 . , , , , ,
tiiitpuU. r 1i!intni. l-innri nntl livnu n-Iittrn hik
, ... .
' rears men, Bcholars and patriots.
I MUcllcl, tll0 IrUIl e3tilo, Jlin.t ct ulc1, colrjrt
from thn Southern naners 'I'Ua I nuiirille Time
and protc.'lB against "lionmng foreigners" before
wo know tncy ure wortuy.
F.acliofti.0 four sle.tmcrs of the Collins lino
havo crossed tbo Atlantic nbout Torty times, con
.1 r i-f... i. L,.. .1
l'. .villi. 111 I II .1 11 rirri.Tlllll I rill 11 111 I V tl 1 1.1 I V LllllllKlIllll
persons, and not a life bits been I
m lost by carelessness,
tic.'lect, or accident.
...... v v 7V.,..,.. n.nt tn.i
- ,,.,,,,,,-,' ' . Kn..,,.!,
jtmt )lQ W!W iniiu,.ej postpono his diipur
it.iro from C instantinoph), which had been posi
' tivoly fixed for tho 23d of December, by tbo neces-
sny oi soiuu iiiriuur jirciaiaiioiini xiv buihib cs-
lilicuiy, However, inai nc nn. neiin iiiviiu'i vo i ursKy
by tho' government, and ndd that provision w-ill
made for tbo transportation thither from the United
lllliuu lor inu uiiiini"'iiii.i',ii iiiiiiii uiu i. ii ivLM
Stales, of nil tho Hungarians who proved them
selves good soldiers in their war for iiidcpoudence,
and who may dosiro to go.
Receipts for the Bugle for the Week ending Jan. 25.
Abraham Haines. Snlom,
Enos h. Woods. Columbiana,
tl. B. Hickox, Copley,
Henry R. Ward, Hickory Point,
Benjainim Ballard, Linusville,
Jos i all Long, "
William Davis, "
Ilirnni Gehr, '
Eliphalot Cheney, Conneautrillo,
Win. A. Stilwoll,
Rnthniina Trescott, Salem,
Jacob HentoD, "
D. II. Hiso, "
I. L. Buck, "
T. E. Vickcr. "
(ieorgo Smith, Erwiunn,
William Watson, Lowellville,
Kmolino Thomas, Nettle Lake,
Jecse Ilise, Salem,
Ellen Udell, Jellorson,
W. G.. Smith, Georgetown,
Wilson S. Thorn, Youngstown,
Mrs. E. W. Shurr, Kenton,
Mrs. 8. Gnodill, "
Thomna C. Stowar.t, Shalorsville,
1. L. Hinkley, West Union,
floorgo Pnrrnll, Burlington,
Harrison Waldron, "
Edwnrd Twiss, Union City,
W. (. Goodwin. "
J. D. Wellnian. "
It inrsmi R. Parkor, "
Abraham Young, "
Hiram Crosy, Union City,
Franklin Buruott, " "
Joel Chafloe, " "
S. H. Nye, ....
LlyiMl li. S'nums, " "
1 . . .
:W. L. Green, Hudson,
aplma Stone, Kinsman,
Oliver Bow, Kootstown,
B. Bido. torer.
- 1 William Wadsworth, Poun Line,
Nelson Smith, Hayfiold,
- : I-mao Pruden, Porrtno,
- ' Hoicrr Lewis. Malaira.
j Washington Mcltawvll, New Marlon,
1.30 -183 1
; William htowiwt. eraon,
1 ,50 485
1 00-4ri4 !
1 S0-4H" '
. ... i.
IT Hf At I.mc'iville. Janilarf 3J, A. MamToK,!
in tlio 37ih year of Irtu fl'-c.
Mf M;Huf nn j, ,,,oro ,, refornler.
n . " .,
Pur render lmvo( darinj; the Jnt j ciir.oicHiomlly
l)0;ii fntorcJ with cnmiiiitnirntiiing frmn pen.
OHIO AND PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Mali Train lc.ivei 1'ittsburg nt F0) A. M.
SALKM, ) 1.05 A. M.
nrrives nt (Yeitlino h.'M V. M.
L.ipTiis Tntin leaves I'ittuburvli
irh nt y.ao 1. M.
1' Cl A. M.
" " lirrives rt C'rcstlinU Ct) A.' M. I
tn its coixa itAsf.
Mail Tnun leaves Crestline nt 7,0 A. M.
KA1.KM 1,30 1. M.
" " nrrives nt rittsburb nt 4,4 i P. !.'
I'.xtircss Train loave!i Crestline nt l.'.'o P. M
" " SAI,KM . 6.4.'i P. M.
" ' arrives at Pittsbnruli h,U P. M.
, v .. - ... '
Michigan, on Saturday and Sun-
' day t!.u fourth nnd lif.li davs of IVbinnrv; to com--1
. nt 10 oVlock, A. l It is expected Mr. nnd
! mj,,cc, i,.. tho Kxecutivo Committeo .r tbo Michi-
,. t.,-v . , m . ,.....
jrai State Anli-inverv S"Cietv, to cnl In t.onvcn-
... . , "
tion; do bcrel.y g,vc notice that a Convention will
... .... ...
The undersigned ba inir been nnnninted acorn
m in. . ni i in i i nil i i.i.i m (r I ihiika in i.itniiin
ir. v . t w n,. ...mi .,1,1
All persons nro invitcl, Irrcspeetne or party ties
or rolic'ious sects, to attend nnd pnrticipato in the
l.i Turn BitM.ns,
Plynioulb, Jau.17, 154.
OHIO STATE TEMPERANCE CONVENTION
In compliance with tbo rciuest of numeron
friends of I'oiliperanco from vuriuus parts of the
State, the Stutu Teinperanco Executive Coiiiuiittcc
hurcbv Civo notice, that there will tie dolden at
Columbus) on Wtu.vtsD.w, the Jhtttday of ftlruury
A STATE TilVI'En.'.NCK CONVKNTlON J
and.i,'.,; r r,,,w-..ro.l....i;,.l. . ,l...l. ibn t '.,.... I
'11,01 K?m,!,iUc IV" ' '",.r,U?I'1t , '-0 r,0f,,C',t "f
traud Division of the State of Ohio, be prepared to
1 ul'ut u', 1,10 V"vent.oi, for their .n.prm;,, -HooicsofthoNow
i"'"'"?"' "r r.r,tw,,, tho draltofab.il. w b.ch tl
1 ena ,"t",n l,iw- ,?ru,ulJ e;!tuttlly prohibit the
rn1tt"J ,n a" J "'"'"ilaoturo of Intoxicnting liquors
'.'c ",cd M-u buvor:,Sc', "1,J,?t a.mo u,.no
1I,t,rel7 coiis.stcjit with the Constitution and with
Missj"" pnuciples ol our present system or Jurisj.ru-
of ! T? c 1 1 .1 n .v. 1
1.. Miould the Convention agrccuuon the fundamcn-
To bo compose I of I'elegates wli may bo regu
larly appointed for tlmt purpose by some Division
of sons, Temple of Donor, County or Township
Alliance; or Convention of tbo friends of temper
ance regularly convened on sufliciont notice j or
by other regularly organ, iod iciupcrauco ansocia-
. .i i . ..... .11- ? i r ,i.
ls toe nieeiiug m specially ucsigucu lor me
transaction of important, buisness, particularly to
ngrcu upon somo detinith plan for future action, no
.l.,l...rnl.i ull I, a In rt Mf'.it tvllliiinf llif unb.
i ""v""" " "l -. . ""' " - -. V.I
i ,, will doubtless invito nil well known and tried I
,..:. i. , ,i, ,.. i,. ,t
i " " '" . . . . ..r v'
lUCHirous Ol lull liciiuiiui iu uiu uuiiucuuhiub
1 ,i tn liilm n nr. it r ith t tin rcirnlArlv nn.
, . , . , I . 1. . I
lnl principles of sneli a law it is proposed to go to .
1 the country on tno issue so nuuio upol ana uiuo
' 1'rokiUtwaU. Other and not less important ,
j uineH will Ho laid belore tic .Convention.
No limit as to number ot delegates will be
scribed, but it is earnestly urged upon the friends
01 too cause 111 evcrv pari oi 1110 siuio 10 ue iuiit
..i i. .1 ... . - . .1.1 1...:. 1
. .. .. .-.. :i. . 1 . ,..11
reprcscuieu liy lliuru Slivugcsi limn mum iloiu uuvo-
catcs of the cause.
i. R. Tllolll'SON, ISAAC SCUlll'CKEa,
I'tlER SKLtJ, L. U. YANSI.YKE,
State Temp. Executice Committee.
u nrnt' i a :. !- t. ..i.:,. ,.f j 1 1 .... ......
it i mviwir'. n is uiu vhjici, ui uur hm uriniiviii
! t0 c,tblisli Justice, ensuro Domestic Tranquility,
! V? the common defence, promote tho Gen -
oral i euaro, mm sccuru uic ums.n.gs u. j,nn;riy
i , -,
uowers from tlio consent ot tlio governed, there
loro, no system ot legislation mat cnaiienzos nny i
portion ol the people, that withhold tho Public!
. Domain fwm the possession of the poor, and allows
.1 ... I.,i ,in nil n.miil lit nlilirs.vliill in t in tilllli.!
iv ..'v ....... . .
' or mo ricn, inai saiicuous mm supports
; pcranco, witn its inevitable itegniiiino,i nnu vice,
' is iu nccuruiinco witu tno principles oi .insneo mm
.!'"?:.:. -.1.1..1. i...it..i .i.'r. t...:.... ..r .ir
.V .V":: . . ..H V,. I l.,.,.. i
n fact, 'thai in tho i'nitcd States, three millions
; of persons nro held In tho most a ijcct boudage
that tho land which belongs to tho pooplo as their
innoriiaiicc, la uisposcil oi 10 spocuiuiors lor pur-j
poses ot g un, mai tno iraino in intoxicating
brinks is protected to tho great detriment or the
interest ot tho whole community, nnd is a prolific
uuciusi Ol lliu Mliuiw 1 roiii ill inn 1 1 , iiuu in t irniiiici
i source of mischief, evil nnd criiuot And whereas,
1 wo feel that wo cannot co-opornte or unito with!
nny party or orgaunation, tli.it .loo not denounce
nud ojiposo Slavery, ndvocato tlio principles 0n
netorm, conienu ior mc noouuoi. u inicm.
pernnee, nnd boldly nnd iiiiiiositutnigiy declare
WT ,l"'t n11 liegisiaiive riiiai'uiiruis iiuib suiiciiuii
t,,e KYILS referred to, should bo null mid void,
ttl,J tll,lt tnpy nr0 not '" nuc,,ri'!,n''0 w'1'1 dec-5(K)-517
larations ot 'our Government: .Ami, inasmuch as
i" "? P'Htieal party in this State, that occu
pies sulheiently high ground, or speaks so clearly!..
.ml .villi.. iilv iiiioii Ihesn uiiitters rbnt it, ctmnut tin
't'slmisunderstimd, the undersigned would, therefore;
invito all persons who desiro to wrest our Govorn-
ment fri)II! the hand of political tricksters, nnd I
. . Cf.iin l.ninrr rmrt-ArrnH tt llin iiii..!,in.
pnii uiiii I'""' nviufl i'vkvi.vvi t" m.itv un-
uv of teronrj, to incut in i'nnvontiun nt Sttkm, Co
liimliiami Cuitnti, ., on Vie )th and lOM o' Felt-
mnry, 18.M. The Hon. GEO. W. JULIAN, of
Indiana, L. A. JUNE, Esq., or Cincinnati, JOS.I
BAHKEIt. of Salem, nud others, nre expected to
be present to nddrcss tho Convention.
Wlf Tho friond or Progross mid Itoforni are
particularly requested to attend to g'tvo strength
... I ii.iin.n.iA ,n ,iin niii flniinn
. L. Ruck,
J. C. Whinery, '
. J. 11. Kinntman,
W. A. lnne,
Ueo. R. H'irer
E. X. Ilirl.ihnm,
J. D. dpeland,
J. M. Cupclnml,
J. S. Ron mil,
R. CaiUfjbell, Jr.
J. C, Shiim, ,
II ill. Rradnhair,
Ham I lotrmeuat
A. A. l'erlue.
A. If. lnyledue.,
l)r, J. ( '. Isicis,
E. K. Smith,
Jo lepk llarker,
T. R. White,
A. J. Miller,
J, M. 'Christ,
I.eri S, Middliton,
J. I). Copcland,
I 'acid Woutts,
J. 11. Scott,
W. M. Yo'jkioitg,
THK Subs.'.ribcrs arc just rCoclvWf tbelr Fei
'school for ladies tc cmLEMEN.
firn'n nrennred to instruct student in tb
Anatotnr. Physiidop ttnl HjJti"V th
praotiro of Medicine nd Surjrryi "-. .
tion to his formor extensive means fof domonstraV
iiiff" Iho rnrious subjsect, h recently nd1?5 tyftAf
thma by einensive purohnscs from Franco; '
lcnioiistrtions in Anatouiy will commeoe tb
of March, and to those desirous of svrailinf
themselves of the rummer oourwi ef stodies, it
would be adrUabla to be here at leant tw
previously. Ho would also, nfro5n,c 'l"" "
prepared to practice in his profession. . u, A.
1 K. 0. TiioMA, nl.
Sah, Jan. 21, H5s.-4w
tiatl Uoab ingunttiA'ijir
IXSTUICTION in theso branches of i'xviimi
Science will be given at the fnion School, Marl
biro', Stnrk Co., during the Spring Tertp, ton
mencing March 14th and continuing fourtoa
Begutar riF.I.D PBACTICE with tbe Corp,
Leveling and Transit lnstrum"nts, aocompanied
with Calet'lntions, Plotting nnd Drafting, will furai
an essential part or the course.
Tuition per 1 1 weeks, V0. Wrth the privilege
of Matboinalics, tieolosiv. Kxnerirnntnl t'hemistry.
Physiology, Single nnd Inutile' Uhlrw HmrKff
rig.8,'i0. J'or particulars, nblrCfi ,I))H fritteV
Jou. 21, i4.
HUtnk Ottth, Artktt of Agreement, uifyaxai
"t(t, Summunt nnd ficUHfiit for talt W tkt
AT COI.l WATER, MIC1U0AX,
For tho euro of Acute and Chronic iJiseasea, li
in successful operation. Address for partiuuuwe,
iu. John b. gilly,
CM Water, Micki
Jan. 21, l?53.-3m.
WESTEHN FAMeUS' IXSURAXCK (0,
ictu iobon, .
OFFICE, 0LL li SK 111 1UHSG.
JAMES KELLY, Ptuter
Levi it irtiv. "ee'v.
Do. 31, ISj.l.-Uui.
THE PLACE TO GET VOIR LIKEKESSi
HUNT k KOOXE,
Have opened, in Johnson A lfofner" block, tlif
largest nnu Knest I'nguerreinn Iaooiiis in tvaslern
Ohio, whero tlit-y aro constantly taking pictures'
(exclusively on Gnlvaiiired Pla'.cV) sorpassiiig U
other in ilurnbility, beau I r of finish and atrtistis)
style. Our facilities for operation are vf the Bios
inn pic nml improved order, consisting in part of ma
chinery to polish the plate. By it we aro enabled,
to give the highest polish, w ithout which a fine J-ie-'
ture cannot be taken. Our
wr .H.i.if.i'f 11 ftr.r. ;i.u ui.rre.ia.il
I' RICH KANr.E FKOll 37 (TS. TO TIX DtTtLAtbt.-
Xadics und gentlemen nro requested (6 emll auj
examine our specimens,
Salem, Dec. 17, lo.L '
llTfESsna TO uoodai.i a co
And Wholusnlo Dealer in
loth, CuesihirrrH, Dfcraklae, VeIsHs
Over-Coatings, Satiuetts, Tweeds; cans, FlaD-
nrts, Sorgi-j ami Limns; and a variety
of other Woolen and l"ouietic Goods.
41, BAXK STREET, CLEVELAXb; OlliOt .
SAMUEL BROOKE, ;
Having takon the extensive Stock of
A Co., u tier u it to tho TrU on the mont favorU
term i. nnd Bulicits aruminuaiiee of pMrniiig fro
the old friond and vuHtouicm of (he futnMiihnieui
ti . ij..-f. . i. . . '. : .f. ir at t
i tc i-iur'c ?iit a c 1 uitncc iuiivn u rurw uvw;
In "l8 urP(;r .r,'""," ' building, ere constauV
, X re1.lo,sl.cd by fresh arrival. .
liberal nilvrtuccs maue on WUtM., by n Mr
jgj. received at JOHNSON & HORNER'S,
UUO USSOrinieiU Ol :. ,
i a t v r rAT i rtf r t -ttft rt '
jut J VJJ IaI OIHl HUt.1
. ... , . . . . .
both long and squnro, at prices ranging frorif
TEN TO TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS.
JOHNSON i 1I0RXER.
October 2H 1S51.
'. .. .t.
-WM '''i: -U"V .'., One Door WeM of Ik Bale
Rjok-titvre, frtlem, Ohio,
Coa, VoB xant-. Ac. Made to Ordor and Wat
ranted to Give Satisfaction. '
Tho Tailoring Business In all his Branches; ee'r-
rie I ou nshcruu.fiirc.
DDI GOODS, GR0CLR1ES, QlEEHiSWllK, t((fr
,, , . . . ., . . .
AUo '"'f?0 -ortmcnt of Boots and Sboee.
ll'l.:..l. At.. , O' A tl...!. -1.- st 4
iiicii inrj iuiit itt innr unuitiijr vuonp wmmm$ IV V
Ciwli or .Mon hniiUiMo IVodatei
JtayMMn't forget tho plilctf; AmcfSfln flotM
Corner of Main and Ellsworth Streets; SMcm, Oi
T0ML1X.S0.V, STRATTOA" k t,
September 8th, 1853. . '
SANLEY k ClE.ENTEE'J PBEIIII '
DAGL'ERREAN G ALLEHTI
IS now eoniplcted, and rCftdv for rereptlbn; W
. . . :.i 1.1.. 1.. lii.ii.k iii. 1.
lltlVO g'.lie IO COUSIUL'l .IIUU V.llVIIKU III blUlf IV
operato with advantage, and with reference to the
comfort nnd convenience of those who may favnr
us wiih a call: in short, we are peruiunoutlr le
cutcd Our rooms era in the
AMERICAN HOUSE, SALF,M( t; '';
Call and see us. You w ill find Our reception rootxtl
noat nnd comtottabltti 1
Ol II SkV-LIGIlT
Can be surpassed no where in Uie State; . fJuf
CAMERA, is a powerful quick-worker. We war-.
rant our work. Likonessos of all ages, taken Lire
like, ok no charge! 1 Our prices range from eV9
cents, to 20 dollars. Part cxjierionce, said preset!,
advantages, enable us to tnko Wood I.ittnettet, mt
eery reasonable Rales, Being, also, posted la all
the recent improvements of the art, our time and
entire Attention shall be to render ftill aatMtaMiot).
Sick or deceased perwins tnkfil at their monia
Our motto, is EXCELSIOR; .
X. B. Person wishing Pielnres taksn na Gat
vaniicd Platos, cau do so without extra charge,
Vir Rooms ipn from 0 o'clock, A, M., uneil 4
P. M. JuneSlM, lt03