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r cut iiff the sluvc territory beyond the Misissii-;
pi, below 3d degrees 30 minutes, all PX.cpt tboj
diagram in Arkansas, which was soon tu become ai
state. Tho M issouri coniproniie line hnd inter
dicted slavery ill nil lliu vat expanse of Louisiana
liorth pf 30 Jcgroes 30 minutes t this treaty gavci
nwnr, first to Spain, nnd then to Mexico, nearly!
ill the slave territory south of thnt line: nnd what.
little wns )cfl bythc .'cnninirtrcntr wns assign! in
Tiorpotuilf by laws mul by treaties to different .,
'ii . '.. it.. ! it!
J 1 11 IV lA'l .J J llli; I'l'Mllir'U IM III I nfivi,' in i
Indian trinos. i nose treaties, i Indian una jqian-
ish.) together with the Missouri compromise l''"1 ;
a mens u ro contemporaneous Willi tlio treaty,,,.
extinguished slave s-'il In nil tlio Initcd States i
territory west of tho Mississippi except in tlio din-'
gram which n to conslitulo the state of Arkan-!
siis; nun, no iiioing ui i.uiicu.mi mi
...iler ....slit..t.l H,P lnr.W territorial nliolilion
of slavpry thnt wns ever effected hy tho political
power of nny nation, Tho ordinance of 1 1 87 hnd
Vroviously extinguished slavery hi all tho North-1
"'rrnorj-n, uc country casi oi mo .
.o '.A Lltli.Z ,n V. V.rVr ;i..g..l.., ,.1
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lion of Mr. Monroe slave soil, except in Arkansas 1
itnd r lornlii. wns pxtinct in tlio territorT ut the
Tinted Mates. The crowll. of slave states, (ex-1
ccpt of Arkansas nnd Honda,) wns stopped : the'
increase of free stales wns permitted in nil the
vnst expanse from I.ako Michigan nnd tho Missis-
iniii rlnP t.i lliP llm-liv limit. .lit it.u nnil f it ( irixrott
nnd there was not a ripnlo of discontent visible, i
I r ...wu..,,.
in me suriaee oi me piionc miiul nt tins mtgniv
trnnsfornmtion of slavo into free territory. N"
tnlk then admit dissolving the I'liion, if every eiti-
lien was not allowed to go with ull his "property,"
that is. all his slaves, to all tho territory ncouircd
liy the "common blood nnd treasure of nil the,
. tnion. Hut this belongs to tho chapter of 14 I,
1 havo the material to wrilo the true nnd!
secret history, nnd hopo to use it with fairness,
with justice, nnd with moderation. I'ho . outside
view of tho slave iiuostiou in the I niled Mntca ut
this time, which nny chronicler can write, is, that '
the extension of slavery was then arrested circum-'
acrided and confined within narrow territorial lim-
its, w hile free states were jiennittcd nn almost un-
limited expansion. 3 hat is the outside view : the',
in.i.lo is, thnt nil this was tho work of southern j
inon, candidates for tho presidency, some in nbey-1
nnce, somo in privtrnH, and nil yielding to that
repugnance :to territorial nggmi.diwn.enl, and j
very extension in the southwest, whu li Mr. Monroe!
mentioned in his letter to (iencral Jac kson ns the
"internal difficulty" which occasioned tho cession
of Texas to Spain. This chapter is a point in the
history of the times which will renuiro to bo un
derstood by ull who wish to understand and appro
ciutc tho events and actors of twenty years later.
THE KAUFFMAN CASE.
Benjamin Stiowd of Bj.Tm, cillcj on us the
other day lo inquire w hat was doing for the relief
of tho pecuniary sufferers in this case. AVc were
compelled to reply "nuthiiHj." Nothing hns been
dono by this community within our knowledge
But something should be dono. Ami
nil that is
needed is a litilc effort. Joseph Barker whose j
purse is ever open to every good work; has pledged
$oO,00. Tho hntors of slave limiting, ought to
havo given, so that Mr. Barker's share in that stock
should nut have been morn than fifty crnls. Mr.
Jsnowd has circulated a subscription in his town
nud hns already somo forty or fifty dollars pledged. I
desired that a receiver sin. old be appointed in j
Salem, to whom tlio ftindv can be entrusted. Mr-;
,i.i in n S Afmidooii, has consented lo net in this
capacity, and nil who nro disposed to contribute
can send thoir funds ut once to him. Send in nt
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once. Let not tho poor man, who faithful to free-
dom jeoparded his living for the liberty of the fngi-j
live, lot him not bo turned nl.ioiid Ik iucIcsh and
pc.uicss .or .us iiiuoiuuiess ui jiisiice unu our com-
n p - I.:.. r .I.'-., t ... t... t
AVo ennnot say how much has been contributed,
but n large amount is yet wanted. If some one in
rirr) lit i-ii. ii.i ..u.'u tttitii't iiiiiKtit. .t. ...iij in
Berlin, the work would be done very speedily.
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE KAUFFMAN
Stephen Weakly, of Pennsylvania, is about to
bo turned penniless, with his family, from his farm j
and home by tho vandal decision of the kidnapping
Court. It was his crime that he shellercl
the homeless wanderer in his Right from slavery, i
All in this region who woubl aid in raising a fund '
rt meet the eXnellSCS of tllO lirtiseculioll nnd tllC '
payment of the fine in which ho has been mulct, 1
enn send their contributions by mail or otherwise, I
to Alihkii SiATTEtiooou, M'iihttitt,fahii, tuluiii-1
liit mi Co., .
llAii.i.0ADCAsi-AU iKS.-lh.s week has been pro-,
lific in accidents On the Ohio and Pennsylvania
Ilailrond. On Monday morning tho tram coming
East ran into a trco top, (west of W ouster,) thai
liad lullcn across tlio road, viu I itcsuny evening,
The locomotivo of tlio express, going west wns
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thrown oil the track, six miles cast of hero, llic
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baggago car was broken up, but the passenger enrs
Ht o" ! I n
ti'nru ii iiitil iirml. evcpi.t l,v llm iincniiriliiin. of tint
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lorward trucks. A passenger in t no trout cur in
bewilderment and alarm jumped off the front plat
form while it was yot in motion and was instantly
killed. Again ou Wednesday nfternoon an old
gentleman wns run over nnd killed ou the truck in
Alcghony City, while Walking on the track. For
the sad aocidcut that occurred near here, the
railroad company or its rmpioyocs aro in no wise
.culpable, (if the particulars of tho others wo are
not so well informed.
PuoMHiSAt'iik'. Mr. Koyco, agent of tho Stato
Phnnogrtvpltio Society, lias been lecturing and
teaching for two weeks past in this place. His
primary object is the introduction of phonotipy
iuto primary schools.
At tho late convention of editors in Cincinnati,
the following resolution was unanimously adopted:
"Jlemh-ul, That this Coiivontion rccnmuiends nil
persons who nro learning or who design to learn tho
printing huisuoss, a thorough practical knowledge
of Phonography, and that it urgo upon all young
men u houro titling themselves to become reporters,
ft to engago in tlio editorial department of news
papers tho necessity of the sumo knowledge." .
, The Wkstkkx JUsfcKi k Cusoxu'i.e, of Warren,
hits been united wild the Ts as strut. Tho former
a froe soil, the latter a whig paper of the progres
sive stomp. , "
Anti Niubaska Siate Uali.v at Culix ins.
This mooting will bo held In Columbus on tho "2d
inst. All parties are engaged In tho measure.
The late sovcro snow storm extended ull along
tho Atlantic coast. No vory serious amount of
damage was dono, though railway travel was
flreutly obstructed. Travellers were four days
gottiug through from Philadelphia to this place
Ohio Ltuisi.ATt itii. Tho Houso of Ptoproscntn
dives has refused by a vote uf 22 to 47 to tuko tho
initiatory steps to umend the constitution in regard
Slavi TaADE. Tho New York Herald of tho 3d
Wo aro informed that no less than eleven vessels
are fitted out In different parts of Cuba for the
roast of Africa, tlio id. icct l.eiug to load and rc
tnt-n with negroes j also that even vessels have
Boston and New York, with thr dijecl intciilion ol
being employe I as slavers.
From the Anti Slavery Bugle.
DUBLIN, Ireland, January 31, 1854.
has somehow stolo tho march upon the Liberator,
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S,,1.",,nnI nn'' Pennsylvania I rcemnn, neither of
wliirh furilint wook hnve yet arrived. Wo have
nlo by tho snmo mail rcecivd tho Philadelphia
, , , . ,
'"most within sight of this city. And though I
have been nlivnys very uncharitable towards most
!f tM,c umler "whose management wo hnve had sc
, of disaster c.i our AniericaD lake! and rivers,
.,, . , , ,,.
""" " Jci apj.car to mo, that tho loss of the I ay
whereof lour, wns the result of n carelcsness nnd reckless
dcspcratiun, unparalleled in tho wtiolo liictory of
A),ter!l.nl) .tPlullWt slaughter. The ship "was
f 1 .
now of Ir"". 11 ln",lul 11,1,1 l,r"Ic uf nnV111
architecture, nnd her enrgo was of inimcnso value,
to say nothing of the passengers. And ship nnd
c wll llllllJreiU of 11)on W0I11C11 nua t.l,ild, cn,
" "'' "
I would writo you I letter worn it possible, wor
' thy n place in your columns. Hut I have to plead
stUI, whnt is nil old reason for dull writing, or
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"onfl nl "" hr""h- Aml " 18 R'"t ' "'
docks of Liverpool, "tho Tyro of Modern times j"
the grand commercial depot of the most conimer
lle eial empire of tho puiwiiig nges. And now I nm
amid the lights nnd shades, tho pomp nnd poverty,
nriimbling walls seem anxiously hiding their ca
Fodural lamity behind a drapery of friendly ivy, frail us
the fi;; leaf robes of Eden. And I havo seen
l'Hrks and Lawns, Groves and Gardens, groen and
i . .
Dear Mami-s: Tho Uncle of the lHtli linn iust .
reached us, mul you may judgo whothor its good
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n - - - v- -
nntured luce is not to mo most welcome And it
Uogistpr of tlio 14th Inst., containing n
IMIKttiy report of the Bible diseussion
.loscpli ISnrkcr nn.t A certain nr. Hcrg. liotli pa-
pcrs nro most heartily wolcomo.
You still seem to ho visited with terrible disas-
,, ,, ,.,. lItll,t,l,.tr.u:ti..n hotl. hv flood and
luron ecu dim Hum uubu io.vi.mi i.j i.uuu wii.i:
firo. to liuman life, ns well ns property. The snmo
cntnstropho nttends upon business, especially on
..i..r ! it,:. vi, i,,;i T n. h.vs of Ihn Iron 1
, . fayleur, bound to Australia with CUO people, I
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fur the greater part of whom wpro loft, J'.8 or
them women, has filled the very atmosphere here-
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, ,,. niit. ix i, l.llll. XIIIB III. IUI t.itl.tllll.T uv .'i
. f , ow wrilc ,,
enm proteslalions of my mod invalua jlo friends,
Kichiird and Ilanui Webb, that I am writing to-
day. My brain nnd sido givo mo considerable .
trouble; nnd should this lio my last letter lor a
month, you must forgive mo. I'ntil I mil better, I
scarcely dare trust myself on tho continent. At
tlio snmo time, I nut in a family the Webbs, who
nro to nio father nnd mother, sister and brother
together; and they seem unwilling to have me
speak of a departure.
So far, my foreign tour then, nppenrs unproduc
tive of any great results. Hut it docs not so seem
to me 1 havo measured tho Atluntie, I havo
braved nnd conctuercd its terrors, sen sickness!
nniong the rest, to nio its " King of Terrors."
All the experience of a sea voyngo I havo had.
Ami I have trodden tho noil of tho other hemis
phere. 1 have walked the stroets, tho iiuuys and
the elegnnco nnd ignorance, the weal nnd the woe j
,,f tl,; ,,,oiriin,,i; .r Ir..l,n..l t.,.n do In I. !i..rv '
l,,l9 been written with Danish javelins uud Saon !
dnyonets, dipped in tho heart blood of myriads of,
human victims. Never in nil tho drearipst nges of!
ti,e past has nation suffered as has this nation. I
.... . . . . . .... .
jlc .inericail people look sconmillv upon the
I poor Irish cnilgiuiit. Almost a thousand vcars of
j,.n t-vilo, has made him nnd his ancestry what
,t,y .ir0i t J a8 p.,naking of what l had seen
in tho few davs of my soiouru hero. I hao look-'
cd upon tho ruined Castles, tho Bound Towers, '
.Moats nnd walls of tlio Feudal times, nud upon
the palaces nnd !iulls of princely nobility, together
with the faces of tin. so w ho inhabit them. And
I havo lingered in churches whose foundations
w ere laid almost a thousand years ngo, and whose
l.initifnl imuiv nf tlu.m even ill inlil.u-inti.r. und i
at more than fifiv degrees of north latitude. And
havo visited galleries of paintings, and halls of
sculpture, and libraries, where nro garnered up
tlC genius, the skill und tho wisdom of tho past,
from tho days when Homer, starving, sung his
q a ,itlc UMi , .
t momcnt cIlanting umtcr niy window
(, p , iv. lcs,n. to 1C
vmit) of Cr()lunai or l9 Mm fjf Vritenct WM
. I .t-n'il-In fr fl.n itti.li.irvl.f fliTittii.it r.f Ida dim klndiii.
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iand Anellca was hiding behind his own pictures,
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" to catch the criticisms of tho linssers by, that
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1 ho might give inimnrtnl life, as well ns beauty, to
1 his creations-
and all these would bo
letters, could I writo them.
And 1 have seen also poverty and misery, of
which wo have so much in our country, nnd which
I uui constrained to admit is tho same in kind
thcro as hero; and only waits timo and growth of
population, to furnish parallel to all that I have
i here beheld ; tclf degradation, wo have there ul-
ready, low us thought can reach but excepting
our slaves, there are hero a few deeps of misery
in tho direction of rompuUory debasement, as yet
unknown among us. I saw to-day in tho same
street, loads of turf drawn by horses, asses nnd
human beings, and the latter irccc women, and the
loads of tho two latter kinds of teams, wore abo,ut
equal in siy.e, and so wero tho carts which contain
ed them. And many times I seo poor haggard
looking women, performing drudgery that neither
women nor men should over touch. And tho pay
they get, is but a mockery of their misery.
After nil, it does appear to mo, thut could intox
icating liquors nnd tobacco be banished forovor,
uud no destroying substuuee tuko their place, that
in both this country nnd our own, tho great sources
of povorty and woo would bo driod up, aud ull tho
poor of both nations, would bo rescued and suved.
but my shoot is down, for which your readers and
myself too, have cnuso to bo glad. So 1 will closo
a dull letter that has cost ine somo inconvenience
LETTER FROM PENNSYLVANIA.
LINESVILLE, Feb. 15. '54.
Df.ab Mahil'S: Please give place somo corner
of tho Buglo, for a fow lines. Anti-slavery is still
prospering in this place. Western Crawford and
tho adjoining county. Our faithful friend, J. F.
Solby, is doing a good work wherever ho holJs
inoetings, nnd they nre not a few. Ho has labored
almost without any eessation, fur the past your,
leaving a good impression w herovor ho goes ; one
that will not be easily efl'acod. At Linesville. und
' , . .Anna towns, we havo reirular medium
once a month, and at those plucos tho warfare is
v o ' - -a ci
almost at an end, uud tho victory is ours, as far ns
nil open conflict is concomcd. But when the pro
I, ii)very priests and their sectarian flocks, quit their
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;resonl, and I will give it here, (but only as my
opinion) that tho time wiil ci.nio mul that
speedily, when wo must follow tliein eien m
their cnstle, nnd seoret plaees, nnd nttnek them
The lion must ho heurde l in his den.
let this he us it may, it is for each one to
for him or hersnlf. At any rato there n-'
fn t be 0 mighty work mill remaining to be
done. Indeed rclormers will never t.c uono nn or
n'i mi -i u.i ..:..- .1..
ing. They will nhrays find jometliini; to do for:
good of humanity, if it re true that progrc-
sion is the order of things. Then let it 1 c (wlu lh-
in the body or out of tho body,) our firit nnd
important object to work mid ever woik lor tho
elevation of Humanity. I
Uut how ofien does the nuostion arise with many,
what can we U'j to free tho io, ami to redeem
man from n slate of thraldom that we havo nil
been more or less subjected to? My nnswer is,
but little, wldln rrnifil,. . Uml ta '
nppoars that our fust work is to free ourscb.es
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niserting our own rights, not submit ling to nny '
Jose oi imiuiage, herewith we mnv lieeome en-
tangled. hen w become fieo indeed, hning
not the fear of mad nor tho Intereds of rects or
to secure, but having onlythc love of (iod
our hearts, mul the best interests of man in our'
lien this point is readied individually, i
we will see much that wo enn do, having our own ,
eyes opened nnd our hearts light, then wo will be
ns living epistles for freedom, known nnd :
rend of nil men. By our fruits wo will be known,
nnd hero 1 fear we will be found witnesses ngainst
ourselves, believing ns we do that tho overthrow of
slavery is the all important question to bo engaged
t that its claims upon us ns Abolitionists, re-kcop
fpiire our nil, our honors, our fortunes, nnd even ;
lives, if needs be, and while this is so, what '
arc tho facts in the case. Arc they not that there I
are not many who will oven niako a sncrifico of the (
small sum of five dollars, or tho value of that, In
whole year, for the spread of tho gospel of free-'
dom. Vhilo tho pro-i-luvery churches, many of!
them with their treasuries running over with !
funds, nnd Hieir mighty host of ministers well
supported, thus they proving by thoir faithful effort1
tin" l'"1 i" ing of their isms is of more vnluc than
Humanity and the liberty of the slave.
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an undeniable fact, although our number of labour-,
s has been so verv few. still some of them have
CIS 1 1 Hi- uvvii r..t.'i,ivtt,rtii,i-.iiiitju. iiiv.tt nu.v
.i ... oi.
orenrMu.i.o..ialui.avo.u.;io..cccsi.y o. ,-(
ing tho anti-slavery lecturing field, lot they be
found worse thnn Infidels, not providing for their'
.tit- . r,i.,tllt.id
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And now friends of humanity, allow mo to say,!
not that 1 would urgn you to do nnvthing beyond
your own convictions of right or duty, but it does
seem to me, that wo ought to renew our efforts and
n ti...i n.. .-:ii:..
nt.Tt.lii. .... tt.i.t.l, ttll.t t..t.l I'lC.lC.l uiu
nn.i can preacii tuo
Iroo gospel thnt will bring liberty to tho slave, j
but if wo do feel it to bo our duty to givo nny j
.i.;.,.. ... i;,. , nr.'.,ia ii...t i,,.. i.!
ready dono something to sustain those tried friends
already in the field, must give more, that thev may
continue their labors if possible, more abundantly.
The limes are favorable, tlio people appear to 1
i.o willing to hear. Almost every . place where !
friend Sclby holds meetings
they desire linn to
return us soon as he can. and thcro nro also stronff
invitations from sections where thcro havo never
. i i ii
been any niiti-hlavery meetings held. So it may
well be said of this d.iy, the harvest is great but ,
the laborers nre few. Therefore let us pray the
t t. .i . . , . i .
i.oro to uiukc uiu jirijnc senu more.
lint 1 must dring tins to an cud. In conclusion
I will say, let every ono do ns ho thinks best, but
never forgetting the rule, As you would havo utli-
crs do unto vou, do you even so to them. fins
rule being observed, thcro will be nothing undone
that cnu be done.
Yours nlwnys, for Truth nnd Justice,
LETTER FROM MRS. FOSTER.
ALBION, Mich., Feb. 22, 1854.
Dear l'Kitxu: o closed a hlfchly interesting
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iuiu iioor iusi. euie
,ng. ii.eresu.iso, tni. onvenuon warrtinius in
iC0""Mur,IB ,hc trlll"1llh ,of trulU in tl,is 'U 0V1!r
I'"0"" l,".tri' n,,d '"'"1r"n. nmtter of heart-
n-" - - - "" -
Mr. foster nnd myself wero lecturing in Hickory
Grovo in tho early part of tho winter, and as Al-:
bum was tl.c.r railroad .tuition, wo en-iu.rod whether
it would not be well for us to hold meeting, there.
We received for reply, that it was tho strong hold
of Methsdism in tho State, that thcro wns a large!
...e.uou.sv seouuiiiy uicre, ...m some .en or a uo.eu
At ..!. .II ! ll I - 1 . .
ministers, and that, in fact, there had been sevorul
attempts on tho part of Frco Soilers to creato nn
interest in tho village, but that every effort bud
I. . . . , . ii , t i i .
Aot ooiore wo icu memory urove, our menu, u.
C. Mutt, received a note from a very pr.i-slnvery,
Democratic lawyer of tho place, inviting me to
couie there to lecture. From tho -whole manner of
the invitation and subsequent events, it is ovideut!
that curiosity to see and henr "Abby Kelly" wns
tho only motivo thut prompted tho invitation. But
ll was ucccitou, unu ou uiu urei evening inu i res-
bvterian Church, which I afterwards learned was
not obtained honorably was well filled by an in -
telligcnt assembly who listened with Interest. At
tho close of tho meeting, finding that considerublo
sympathy was felt for the slavo, I proposed auothor,
and enquirod if a houso could bo obtuined for the
purpose After somo consultation, tho Methodist;
Church was pledged by one of its membors, and aj
mooting appointed for the next evening. But the
good friend who made tho pledgo found, to his ut-i
ter aniasement, a terrible opposition nrrnyed ngninst
Him. However, tlio nouso wns opened and lighted,
though not in in time to warm it, as our suffering
congregation could testify. Yet tho mornl thcr-
inomcter was far below tho physical. Still the
interest deepened, aud at tlio closo of this meeting
wo proposed to hold a third. The clergyman step-'
ped forward and said he wns happily disappointed
in the character of our lectures, and that it was
that ought to bo proachod in cvory pulpit,
That although ho hnd un appointment for the next
evening, ho would givo it up to mako wny for us,
und that he was willing wo should have tho house
usloniruswa wnntcd it. I do not nrolend lo irivo
his luiiguiige, but his idons. Yot we wero told
the next dny, this snmo ministor said to somo of
his flock thnt ho was uttorly opposed to our using
tho houso, but was drivon to say whutho did, under
the pressure of public sentiment. We doubt "t
that this latter statement was true, though the con-1
fossion convicU him of falsehood on the previous
evening. The prossuro of public sentiment was
indeed heavy. Some of tho most intelligent, .nflu -
. " . , ' urir""' v' l" -""fidelity,
said, if the doors wore shut, they should henooforth ,
withdraw their support, nnd, indeed, the mass ofi
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trustees afterwards told me, the house would not
have been opened had tho question come before the
trustees. Neither, probally, would any oilier
church in tho villagu. But a litllo truth onco ut-
tercd, gsvc a tasto ?or more. Hence the Imtise was
kept open. , ,
a score of our papers, besides purchaing large j
numbers of nnti slnvery books, nnd contributing i
upwards of for tho support of the i nuse, toi
say nothing of personal Christinas presents to our!
On the last day of our visit a box of " Brothcr.
hoods" nrmcj, which enabled us at our last meet-j
ing to scatter plenty of matter for agitation, hen'
we should have gone. And when wo returned
there after n few weeks' nbaence. to ntteud a Con-
volition of tlie'Stnte Society, we were happy to learn
that the little pamphlet hnd been food sufficient to1
the pot boiling ull the while Moreover, a
village Society had been formed iu'the" interim, on
the only solid basis, the sinfulness of slavery under,
nil circumstances, notw ithstanding tho strenuous j
endeavors of the clergy lo strike out that bnsis by
pri traded nud dogged discussions, evening nfte,'
Tlio Methodist hotiso was npt.licd for by the,
louk ,ho floor nt tho oommom;0,ncnt of tho evening
.C8lin uod aftor clcuring away, by a few powerful
Ktroko9 ,h0 foul rl,bbish which our opj.onont hud
bu(m ll01ll,!ng up wilb groat toil for hours, ho en.
tcreJ juta a oxttnliimtion of tho relations of tho
; MethojiBt Episcopal Church with slavery, nnd the
i ,Jo(i.jcfvjIlg .,ld hypocritical conduct of tho priest
doctrino j lood oflmt churuh, laying bare to tho viow of the
j most ))0fogRod ;,ltulloet, thoir corruptions nud de.
. formjty -jll0 crowdc.l auditory snt or stood in
, , i,....!.!.,. .;(',.. rr h hom-s. wmnned
j IV II.U ClOipiUllli I UYUUH.WIIO, UHU Ut tt llUUIIUtl ,t llll
hatiftmiuomollti thftt thcy had so long been duped '"to
; ort or toleronco of such a curso to tho sluvo
nd ,0 nmnkin(i
j j 0lj,,a tj have lllontionod i,0rorCi tmt tll( r(R0J
IutilM1 011 whioh Mr. Walker hnd been speaking
,,10n Mr. Brockway took (ho floor, embodied the
y orBBnilalin wlui h endorses the
,,r ,i. i.,.i...t.i. .... i,,..,..-,.i.t ......
and that anti-slavery is tho highest embod-
ilnont of Christianity. At the close of Mr. Walk-1
, .n.,,.1, i, i... ,..,;, ,i,; ,.nl.iii.... .t-.'
people v pre rnnie-lly nntioits thut tl'e di-.'in-
sum huoui.i prore I. Il.-in-.', it del proceed till we
h.id In Id el rlit meelinj;', nil in tlio Methodist mul
Preshylerinii h,nie tho two largest in the place
Vet, iuringall this time, no slono was left unturned
hv the !erjv to prejudice the fciplo njiiii.H I '
and to weaken tho fT'O (f our testimony nninsl
their corrupt orjnnii.alions. There was hut one '
minister in the place, nnd ho had no churuh, but.
was n icnener, nnu is caned lietcroilox hy tlio otlicrs,
that gave u the least spnipntby or co-opernti.m,
' 1 niinot, in this b. ief cutrno of our proeeedii.jjs,
bring fji fi. t, t ,,,uW (K, dialn lical tr'u ks to
wlihdi the prii .u resorted to thwart our humble en-
denvors to owakei u deep svinpulhv for the (.lave
in the heaits of ihosc who had been lulled into
forelfulnen of his wrongs nnd bis ntiguisli, by !
their deceitful and hvpoerilienl preaching. Hut,
Heaven be lii-iiui,l ll.n i.m.t.l.t C, ..urn I ii mil i ii,. d
over (he priesthood.
, (.,v i-v,-.'. .u. -
During our ftay them we were enleit lined most i
lio.xi.Muiiiv. mid Hie neonle suoserilied lor more than
lomniitteo of arrangements for,' tho Convention
out denied, llie church saw that they would loscj
nye, had nlready lost tho confidenee.'and must, of
course, lose the support of ninny, who, for tho first
tilllQ. had learned tluLt tliev wrl-n in full f.nltiniiinii.n '
and fellowship with thoso who practice ' t'icsiini of i
nil Tillanics." which thev themselves Icralize. !
.... ,. .,,,t tin, iiit-inn.;iiv:s i."iitiii.,
v.... .1. r... .i "i . ....... i ,, !
...v...,K, . ,usl UJ me oesi i.nucouiu e
done to shut off the light from otlicrs who had not;
yet received it.
II... .I. 1 ).. ! 1
tnu i ivsiiiunilii liuuni; mn
m ,. ,11., ,
The ( onvent.on assembled. There were several
henming nnti-slavery laces licuu distant places in '
that gathering. Oh, did the slave's' old nnd tried
friends fully realize 'he strength and courage which
.! . ' I is
.e.r presence ... our n.oenng., inspires, uiey would
...v.. ...V.JV..W ,., v, utility l.l.-l'l.l.-i', lll.-t t.villtl'
make greater sacrifices to attend them. "As iron
sharpenoth iron, to doth the countcnanco of a lnnn
l,; friend " !
ii-lness introduced by the Committee
ik ii i. irouu,ca i.y n o i. omnu lice,
ul resolutions on the church, sotting
Tho first btr
was a scries of
forth its complicity in the guilt of slavery and the
duty of each individual towards it. These resolu-l
tie.is occupied tho entire time till the afternoon of
the second day was considerably advanced, only
one person, nnd ho n Baptist minister, npnearina
against them. Ho came up boldly, Bible in hand,
l i r i .1 i t 1 1 r .1 , it
to defend the slaveholder from tho volume. Ho
howovor, backed out nnd fled nfter a short conflict.
I understand several of his members, nnd more of
I.: I.. l - .:.i..t i ,
utimmu bii,j..ii iuia, nut c ununo. u iiic.i.sencs
irom ono wnu win
" Torture tho pages of tho hallowed Bible,
ITo sanction crime und robbery and blood,
And !n oppression's hateful service
Libel both mau and God."
At a lato hour of the evening assigned for the
closing of tlio Convention, and after a mokt thrill-
ing speech from Mr. Walker, and when the question
of finances was before tho Convention nnd funds
wero being oollcctcd, nn attempt was made, which
succeeded, by which a Methodist minister by the
..r it i .....1. .i.. ii ....i i . .it
,we,ve oVWk , ;.,,, cvill,lll1y determined, by
... k in? ntrauisl t ine, nfter ho hnd nonrod out nnv
.....,, uf i)l1,.l!.1!.rj;fi, ,! fulscl.ood. lor the:
purpose or prejudicing the
n,,IllblVi nllll ))V drivillf?
unwary, to woiry out the
.. 'a- .
them off, ono niter nir
other, kill off tho Conyenf.on, nnd thus prevent its
. lm ... ,.;.,. A!i,ilin ,.,.. ,;,,, .,.
uf . nmJo M lmltorillU pciirut,lv
a k,ft tho duIlR(.,y fIwW llou0 lltil
fi(mv (U,uillud to ni,jounl ,l0 n..t when
.c sl;,)llU u Mg ,0 rcluI.n r,cr tIlc Bntt1 CrccU
f.,,ve..tinn. A.neeablv to this a.i;,,.,rn.....n. !,..'
.-.....:., r...aK,cinblcd yesterday mornim?. Not
in a meeting house. No; tho Presbyterian church,
tuo, is closed. But it is because the rowdies dirtied
it and broke a poor old seat or two in the gallery,
: Hud this real, not spurious, rovival of puro r&-
,,,, ....j ul.a.,lilt.,l. 1JP0 011v revival of 1W;
; bvtel.iulli8m ,ilillk J0U ,l0 revivnl would have been
,,;.(i ....... seat : .,. i..,us0 Wll
)jr()kell , Tlmllk to t,,e ,vorl,,i lpr0 nrc lmH ovor
h1.:c1i ... of .il0 8kvDrv llollu.U(i ehurA. :8
; , .wnoJi A vcrT i..r.e. .ll0Uh unfii.i-l.ed lml
, of lC Mossrs, Pcibody, was joyfully proffered for
A lariro concoursa was in carlv1
I.. , i ti. .. m.. h.....i, ,.: ..b
; ,ho floor Bnd lleIJ it u) t))0 forenoon, and till two
j in tl0 afternoon, when, by his being doclarcd out
of orJori we imJ Bn ,)pportnlli(v to voto il!m flur
J lour, ,lmre ; yUM, 0 finish his speech. Ho
, n,liu t((1.i. ,ll0 floor .r.cr dinner, and oceunied it
,:ii ,i.e Convention becan to disncrse for gunner.
wll0n ll0 v;ciaua the floor, aftor occupying it up-
warda of oi(!it hourgi But tl mollol, to Kivo ,,
fuurllour, to filli.h B,(0ech, defeated his ovidont!
illlel,tion to obtain the floor ngain.nt a lute hour, nud
vellt our ciogillK up our bun-lneM. Jlr. Walker
' .. .. i t.i i
i;iia...vtu. v. tt.u vi. ... ......... mb .. .. .w..t. ..i.ti ......
Rn(, R oMl&Mi u tlie mott dang0r011, form of ,n.
; convention but lookers on voting for it. And yet
large numbers of tho church wore present.
i i ,ho courte of iny fifteen vcs of uiili-sUvery,
, ' ... ,, . "
held labor, I have never seen, that I recollect,
"icater change wrought in any place by the sanmi
Monday evening next. I regret thnt I ennnct be
there to sec. Hut we liavo nppointinents in North
parties em Indiana, just over the Michigan line, nliere
three men hnvo recently been prosecuted for aiding
building up such a public sentiment as ohall save
them from tho tender mercies of " tho only anti
seen slavery Judge on the Bench of the Supreme Court."
Mcl.nne. So I go on beforehnnd to commence
operitioiis in that benighted region. As this part
of Indiana lies within the sphere of the operations
of the Michigan Society, w e consider it will bo as I
well, so far as strengthening this new ally is enn-j
corned, as if we wero still to labor w ithin Mich
Yours for the conquest of our country to the
dominion of Liberty.
iiinouiit of lubor, where tlio opiwiiliou
At this convention the hospitality of the citizens
was most generous, mi l their kindly sympathy
will iontf ho remembered hy thosa who cnino from
a dislanee to (iltend it. Additional fubscriitions
to papers weio obtained, nnd eighty five dollars in
cash wero contributed, besides somo fifty didlars in
nlcdjrcs. And yet many, who, it is presumed, will
bo happy to nid in the great work of revolutioni-
ring tho public sentiment of tho tlalo by their
donations, wero not called on. 1 1 ml they been, I
doubt not the sum tvoulj not hnc fallen short of
Two llundro l Dollars,
In tho course of Hev. Mr. Llruckwnv's loiif:
tirade, ho charged that the "Urotherliood of Thieves"
was untrue, mid read garbled extracts which wholly
mlsreprof cnled it. Mr. Foster charged him with
,w n v,l Icr.. find lul.l liioi llm idi:irtpn would rent mi
him fmm that ns.c.ihly unless ho would meet hiin
....... .-. n -
when ho could have n fair oppirtunity to reply.
he challenge wns accented, nnd tney Ineei on
fugitives. They hnve culled on us to niJ them in
ABBY K. FOSTER.
DIKD Of I Spasmodic Croup, ou the morning cf
tll0 Uth of February, 1854, Josirii Black urn,
jlimnt son of (ieorgo W. nnd Louisa I. Wilson,
nged 2 yenrs, C months, nnd Id days.
The hiiI Jcct of tho above obituary notice wns nn
interesting nnd lovely boy. Apparently nil who
knew him, know him hut to love nud cherisli him
, , , , . . r ' I
Ho exhibited a knowledge nnd Finaturily of mind
fl(r j V(mr5i n, jui.scsscd a disposition
that was sweet, kind nnd forgiving nnd which room-
l.w.l,. I ,.l I,;,.. , nil .. I.,. in nn, u
in.vti... i.tt-.t m.. tw .... ..- j
coMipi ted witn nun. ..viiiioiigu ins iiiucss was oi
brief dui alion, bis sufl'ei ings wpro intense, yet he
ilul.c j Ucm a r(i,;itioll nllJ forlituile .el-
dom found in ouo so voting.
To witness tho death of a fond nnd lovely child,
l'''1"M". onr 11,0 m"t ngonuiiijr triiils that ;
;,.,.,., , .cll(,(.r ft V,cill2 endowed with an
IIIUstlllMlilV lalll';4 UI'UII H unuui -o VI
, n,., ... ... ..( A m. .lit ..'ml u 1 1 1 n, I
immortal soul, which we hail fondly hoped nnd de
sired to seo unfolding nnd expandiug under our
parental auaiiliiinship, for whom we donired to do
parental guaiiliiinsliip, lor wiiom ' """'T' 1
m"r? f"r ?Vy ' . T "
lnlj;llt rc,mnMv cx,,.t ,10 lllnt consoling and
cordial returns of obedience nud love, is one that
falls sad nnd heavy upon our hearts.
'"J' w0 ,l,mk ' .onr . b".v 'vctinci3
'r L r d t , ; V h r, sscssecl an I
nhi. li hud began to dove
opo itself, we have nol
doubt but thnt ho wns under the care of God
nlh, as in life. There, is no doubt but that his
litllo spirit, freed from Hs claey tenement, winged
..j,,1 Unn wjl0 plV0 ana who has said,
Silor litllo children to come unto me, and forbid
them, not for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven."
Although, sweet boy, thou hast gono "to that
botirno whence no traveller returns," and "the
places which know tbpo onco w ill know thco no
inoro forever," yot will tho memory of thee, nnd of
thy thousand little charms and graces, live in un
dying youth in our hearts. Yes,
" These shall resist the triumphs of decay.
When lime is o'er, and worlds have passed away !
Cold in the dust that perished heart may lie,
Hut that which warmed it once shall never die."
LIST OF LETTERS
r.EM AIMNG in tho Posr-Offico at Salem, Feb.
Anderson D. & Co
Moodv Judith It
A 1. 1 l.'.i,. i.. A
Marchtiut ltuchcl Ann
Myers Hannah 1'
Myers John 11 3
Morgau J II
McCavo E A
Manton J liimir.1i
Mead T II
Marlon Wm T
l'ennock Elizabeth C 2
Phillips Elijah 2
Phillips C F
Phillips Mockard I
Unkcstraw Ilaunali Ann
Steelo Sarah 2
Sturdybnker & Clnppcrt
Scott J G
Taylor 11 P
Van Horn James R
!"" .'? '. ,, '?
Conover l!cv II
Colder John 11
Cooley F 11
t ollllllt I.
i.:rrinff John D
'iel Charles 3
I" I I'll
Elder Jacob '1
French Martha II
Fisher W in
Fonts Miss K.
Fawcctt Sarah E
ll'1""" J u
tiillett Wm M
, Gilbert Sarali
Gillings H A
Hoiikins Agnes C J
Hold Mury T
Hurkiii U J
llcnscl John II
Hogan Dr. P.
Haines It M
I Jrcy Eden
. ,Y PAtf
Kyno'tt MG M rs
Kenyon' A I!c
Lukens E A
W ollver William
. ..'ii. , i,
yvmm A "fi"1"11"
Mucky Davis Williams Wm
GEO. W. WILSON, V. M.
FARMERS' INSUUANCK CO,
OFFICE, OU) R.4XK M'rjl(i.
JAMES KELLY, Pats.
Li.vt Mum, Scn, ...
D-c. 31, ISoS.-Sm. .
f would most respectful! inform the ciliej J
Salem, that I will h found at th hooss of Iaai
Treu'ott, for two weeks, where I con ba conanltetf
tho subjeot of disease and cura, or If desired,
will call at the residenco of the afflicted. To tlioM
laboring under malodies thnt their physician can
not reach, or determine what organ is diseaMV
wo would particularly invit lo test our mysterioui
Hours ol r.xnininniion. irom o
l M I'i.p fltTninitmtiin. Olie
pnticnt is not satisfied, no chnrpc will be mndo
March 4, l.s'.4.-li
SIPLRIOR STREET, CLtVFL.O, OHIO;
II. B. BUY A N'T, JAS. WASHINGTON LUSK;
A II. DWICHT STKATTON.
II. B. BUY A N'T, r.ofeiwr of 'the Science of Ao-"
II. DWIC1IT STIIVTTUN", Associate Trof. in tb
several Departments. i
J. WASHINGTON l.l.'SK. and P. B.SrKNCER;
Author, 1'rofo.sors nl the Spenccrinn System of
I'cninnnship and Couinicrcinl Correspondence.
SAlt.VIl I,. Sl'ENCF.R, Instructress iu the La-
dics' Writinir Denartmeut.
W. W. HAUDLK. Assistant Prof., in the
.11 ti'ir. r I a I. tv ii r. tViiir.iv ami ii.
CLAIIK, I, set urers on Commercial Law.
Pitts. ASA MAHAN, Lecturer on Political Keotv
F.MKUSON E. WIIITK, lecturer on CouvmoreiiU
For full course in Doiildn Entry Hook-keeping
and other Departments, time unlimilttl, 40.00
For full course III Ladies Departnicnt, : - 30.00
For separate ourso in Practical Peninanship, 6,00
For various styles in Ornamental Writing
The Principals of this Institution, design making
iia- i nnv t . ...n , - -
., ,i, U,., nindiuma in the I'nitod States
r,. " . " " a ihorourrli practical knowledge of
,!;, ,fti,., of the Counting Rocmi and tofi"
ss t.ursoits in rciiTnl.
THE COL'KSK OH INSTtirCTION, pnibracee
Book keejiing by Double F.ntrv, ns npplicd to the
various departments of Trade, Commerce, and
Manufactures, comprehending the btst forms ftotr
use 1 l v t ie most oun una nnd cmtneni estan-
isiiml.ntHi pGnge 1 individually or in partnership.
fspeculation, incliidin;? l.itiKin, ntcnmiioniinpo
Insurance, l'allroad an 1 Joint Slock Books, Ac
Commercial Calculations and Correspondence, em.
bracing every variety of business cot
"! famili.iruiiig tl.e'stndent with tho C
Technicalities n,7,, i,rsplgy of CorrcK
(n.MMKItCIAL GKOGHAPHY is a n
bracing every variety of Ijiisinoss computation,
Ii the loinmorcia
Y Is a new feature
: f A.nfl..iilA ..l...la mwl l.nvlnr. Its ftrivifl fts It
Joc ; Mt Institution, into h will be done to make
" ft" ""trl";,lvc timl n 111 ",0
The Spcncerian Svslem of Practical Penmanship
in all its forms, will" be taught by its Author, P. K.
Spencer, nnd J. W. Lusk. No Institution in
America offers superior facilities to this for impart
ing a Hapid nnd Systematic Hand Writing. Gon
tlc.uen and Ladies in all parts of the country,
desirous of qualifying themselves for Teache'ri of
this unrivalled and popular System, will Cud their
wnnts met at this College.
THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT is entirely
ni..ir;iti from the ceutlpinpii's. and is fitted nn in
n splendid and convenient Style. Many LuJics
nro now reaping ine oeucuts oi n iiiorougu nirr
cautilo Education, by occupying lucrative and
responsible situations. Females desirous of ft'
tending a Mercantile School, will find the facilities
for study offered nt this Institution, superior tu
any other in tho I'nited States.
Applicants can enter upon a course of stady at
any timo during tho year.
Diplomas are aw arded to students who sustain a
thorough examination. ,
Tho 1'riucipals have an clensive acmiaintance
with business men. throughout tho West, nnd can
render efficient aid to graduates in securing situ
The suit of Room occupied by this College, ar
inoro spacious, and aro fitted up in a more elegant
und convenient manner than any other liko insti
tution in tho I'nited Statcj.
lty- Send for a Circular by mail.
Dec. 31, DS53.-ly
THE undersigned is now reeeiv Inrf his supply
of Field, Garden, Tree nnd Flowor-secds ; also.
largo additions to his Stock of Horticultural and
Aericiilturnl Impliincut. nnd will be enabled to
oiler dealers aud amateurs tho mott extensive and
vnried collection of Field, Culinary and Flowftr
Seeds, Bulbs, Tubers, Ac, ever offered in this
market. Tlio seeds have been expressly grown to
order by tho most celebrated SceiUnien in America
nnd Europe, nnd warranted by the gmwora true to
name; new and superior varieties of Corn, Grvipi
Grass, Caldjage, Turnips, Cucumber and Putnpkin
sceil ; Irish nnd Sweet potatoes: Flower sPds and
Dahlia roots. As the st.uk cf'tho hitter is1 limited,
orders for the same i.hould be sent in at once U
prevent disappointment ; together with till) largest
collection of Agricultural and Garden Impliino'nte
to bo found in the citv, as the diplomas and pryfnt
nns awarded nt the (ato Fair, by the State Agri
cultural Society, will testily, amounting to naar
two hundred dollars.
E. R. SIf ANKLAKty
12'J, Wood St., Titll.
Feb. IS, '.Yl.-Sni.
Fill IT Titers AM) SHIllTtBEHYi
20,000 Choice Apple Trees,
3,000 Dwarf Pear Trees, (very fino.)
5,(MH I'eat h Trees, (new varieties,)
2,000 Gorman Plum Trees (imported,)
1,5(mI (.'horry Trees,
30 New nud superb varieties Strawberry
0 " Raspberry,
lo " " " " Goosobbrry.
Together with llio finest collection of Plants and
Shrubs ever oOl-rcd in this market, for sale by
E; It, SHANK LAND,
129 Wood St., Pitta.
Feb. 18, 185 1.-3 m.
cw and L'liulcc luritlici of Tfjttablei ind Itcdi-
Chineso Fight Rowed Corn,'
Improved Dutton '.'
Stowol Evergreen "
l'hilnibilphia Sweet " ,
Mountain June Potatoes, (tory fiuo',1
Winnebago, " (vory proline,)
Mainmotli Nutmeg, "
l'oacll lllossoni, '
Early While Mercer '
Ash Leaf Kidnry '
Buckley's Seedling '
(early six weeks,)
la very larg variety tad
Sweet Potatoes, a now variety from North Caro
lina. It has proved the most proline and desirable
for northern culture that has ever been introduced
in this market.
58 New Varieties of Cabbage Seed, (Imported,)
0 " " " Colery " .
25 " " " Cucumber " " .
40 " " " Grass
Oniers Rsspectfulty Solicited, and rreipptJ
E. It. SHANKLAND. FtiDtisN, '
No. i0, Wocd St., PitU., r. .
Feb. 1H, I.V.-8ai.