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will offer such a mirtrnble excuse ns j,r,Judirc for
the col, .dilution scheme.
Why (lieu should my frird n(;eu,0 , nnliu.
very movement ns nthof-jticnt. when it whole aim
f to produce tlmt: equality among won which
t hristinnity require., nn.l without winch its spirit
cnnnnl le carried nut. What! a movement which
Las for its end tho freedom of the slave, nn ntho
Istiral iii3von:ontl When Christ cntiio to prench
dclivcranoo to tlio enjitive, and to open tho prison
doors to thoso who arc bound? When God com
manded by his prophet, "Break every yoko nnd
let th oppressed go free" Is the movement
viifvu uniiltCS MIC III II IMPnt fit 1'l.rf.l'a n. l'.
and an obedienco to tho conminnd of Ood, atheist-1
trti Ail nil...-,..,.,,.. F V ... .1 .
wo l.t.tl. ,.,,1 It , l T 1 '
S 1 ",KO nik 7d r:ri'1 D'V
miorpicrs who cry, "Lerlij lo all, independent of
rolor." It belongs cmiiliaticnllv to thoso lilrA n.t-
friend, who mako prejudico tho excuse for the
American Colonization Society, who ndvoctto and
support a scheme which is at war with equnl rights
oeial nnd political.
But I blamo not my friend for offering such a
tniserablo apology fur such a hypocritical scheme,
for It was the best ho had nnd the best ho can get.
He was evidently hard driven for material to innko
an apology, and if It was his duty to giro an;
apology, a poor ono is better than notio nt nil.
Prejudice Is tho only excuse that can bo framed
for such a diabolical schemo. If a devilish fdicnie
is to be defonded, men nro very likely, notw ith
standing all tlioir pains to tho contrary, to offor
devilish excuses for their defense. This is tho
apology of almost every coloniiationist, and not
withstanding as ray friend says, he lias madii this
subject his chlof study for years, ho can find noth
ing better for Its dofenso. Tmlh is not its founda
tion, but eiror in Me heart, um'iut crutl IWjxtJiee,
and such men as havo moKt of this unholy error,
are most likely to become tho tealuus advocates of
such a system ; and such being its foundation,
what must bo its superstructure? or from tho bit
ter foutitnin of prejudico can wo ospeot sweet wat
ers? Can we "gather grapes of thorns, or fij;j of
thistles f o moro can wo expert a society which
il the result of cruel prejudice towards tho colored
man to result in his happiness and freedom. But
on tho contrary, although there may bo individual
exceptions, tho schemo an a w ho'.o will tond to in
crcaso this jHuWioifi jirtjmlice nn 1 through it the
degradation nnd oppression of tho colored popu
lation of our land. Tho whole history of tho colo
nisation movement, is only tho dovclopcmcnt of
this prejudico against color, and of opposition
against every effort of liberty men to obliterate
the unjust distinction, nnd produce euvial and po
litical equality. Wo niiti-Bluvcry m;n opposo it,
becauso wo nro forced to regard it as a movement
against our efforts to sccuro this noble cud. We
wish to have Christianity havo a free course in
breaking tho chains of tho oppressed. Hut my
friond and thoso who ngroo with him says, not so.
the quostion will ha in vain and worse than in vain.
The doctrine of equality tonds to inlidclity and
atheism, nnd through these to political nnarxhy.
The only expedient for tho wrongs of the oppress
ed is flight from prejudice, a separation of the
whitos and tho blacks ocean wido apart! Thou
that condonincst atheism, wilt thou bhickon thine
ewn heart with the same? Out uf thino own
mouth will I condonm thee.
Such was in effect tho brief plain and simple
argument used to exhibit tho root of tho culoiiixa
tion scheme, and having exhibited tho root, I was
designing to portray the branches which grew from
that root. But my opponent retreated too scon.
The 6rst effort of my opponom in answer to my
. argument, wos to brow-Lent me, not touching my
objections. My second rpecch was a reiteration of
my first, with a little more emphasis, challenging!
him tocomo up like a man nnd meet my arguments,
which went to prove his scheme atheistical, nnd
lrtlug on tho negative of tho question, mid seeing
the dilemma ho was in, ns n mailer of benevolence,
I gave him twenty minutes tocxtricalc himself, and
thus cloo tho discussion that ovenirg. IIo at
tempted an answer, but in vain did I call upon him
to meet tho charge of atheism and nsfuto it. He I
flew off in a tr.ngont, nnd declaimed tho horrors of
tho French Kovulution ! and. filled his.timo in pic
turing tho scenes of terror which resulted from the
advocacy or tho ductrino of liberty nnd equal
rights! and so far did ha lose sight of my charge
nl atheism, that Dr. Jcwctt, the strongest advocate
of his schemo, called him to order, with tho charge
that he had not met my nrguuionls in nny respect.
He then docliucd nny further discussion of tho
Jly position wai too plain and simple. "Tho
wnylaringraan tlioiigli a luol, nocdnotorr thorcin.''
Truth is its own defence ; only givo it n chance nnd
It will confound error. Tho experience in the dis
cussion furnished nn excellent opportunity to ex
poso tho practical atheitm of Iho professed church.
And as a lover of tin tit nnd n despisorof error, in
consistency and hypocrisy, cloaked over with tho
forms of religion, I improved tho opportunity
which I hopo may tend lo tho confounding of this
practical atheism, and to tho encouragement of
real Christianity, w hich is now especially dircctod
to tho breaking of the chains of the oppressed.
One oihor fact which I almost passed by, which
I hesitate to mention from n peculiar respect I have
for the colored raeo. .Vy opponent vat a colored
man I I do not know as my colored brethren w ill
own such nn enemy lo their race But such is tho
truth, although wo inny blush to speuk it. Mr. I
Hwegne is the name Tho discussion nnd lectures
wero exhibited in Mogadore, Summit Co. If I
have given a misrepresentation of this champion of
colonization, his numerous friends in that place
who heard the lectures and discussion, will of
eourse, bo free to corroct.
Youre truly, E. HALE.
Mr. Pugh, the nowly elected U. S. Senator from
Ohio, ia stated to be strongly in favor of Mr. Dou
.glas' Nebraska bill. A member of tho Ohio House
4t Menresentatives writes thnt no such msn could
.have been Nominated for Pnitod Slatos Senntor
who was not in fnvor of that, the soundness of tho
.nominee on that point was a tost in the caucus.
This member of the Ohio Houso of Reprosonta
tivos either intontionitlly or igiiorantly states what
is not tcue. Mr Pugh is opjncd to tho Douglas,
Nebraska bill. llhnde Inland Freemen.
That, we are vory sorry to say is no the opinion
A Com roR CAi.iruni.iA. Mr. Gwin, of Coli
tornia, has introduced into tho Senate a beautiful
idea relative to a larger denomination of gold coin,
painely i that Congress shall authorize a single
join worth 8100 to be callod a "L'niou j" $50 to be
called a "Half Union, and $25 to lie culled "Quar
ter Union." This Uto supply the wants of tho
Paeiflo State, wluore pupor inouoy is not toloratod
and where, to fituiliutto tho couotnig aud passing
pf heavy sums of money, tho large denomination
m Seeded. The 8ecrct4iry of tho Treasury rooom
msuds that the "Half Unioit" Jnly he taruok for
yljc Slntt-SIctucri) Bugle.
Salem, Ohio, April 1.1, IS.Vl.
Oia Paper is made up hastily this w eek in con
sequence of the Editor's absence, to nttond tho Cin
cinnnti convention. Several topics nro omitted to
which it was designed to givo particular attention
CHANGE IN TERMS OF THE BUGLE.
A few months ngo, tho Executive Committee
,...'. . .... .....
.- I'UUIICUIIUII Ul II1U lllgl
na . . . .... .
........ ....,,1 m.ji in i.u'iincu. i iiin,
r,nnZ0 nmJc' nrier l.diberation, will,
''"'""'" '"' "' interest, of tho paper and
has been manifested bv
friends of tho paper in different places, on nccount
of the change. Many of our subscribers resido in
regions where we havo no local agents, nnd which
tho W. A. S. Sociotv
nrrt nlsii hnr.ni.. . 1 f ..
..v. mvuniiiiiivu w mr .11 u iiif
money hy mail, and who, pei haps, over estimate
tho danger of remittances thus sent being lost.
Such would much prefer to pny for Iho Bugle from
time to time, as our lecturing agents may visit their
localities, or ni they may havo opportunity when
they attend Anniversaries, Conventions, Ac.
After consulting with our travelling ngents nnd
ninny others, nmcng tho warmest supporters of the
Bugle, nnd finding a majority of the opinion that
tho regulation to rcquiro payment for tho paper
invariably in advance, is not, under tho circum
Executive Committee have decided upon A change ;
In future, therefore, the Buglo will bo furnished
at $1,50 per annum if paid in advance, or 2,00 nt
tho on 1 of tho yoir.
Wo hope thnt ngents nnd others forwnrdlng the
names of new Mibci ibcrs, w ill, so fir ns porsible, '
induce them lo pay in advance To pay in ndvancci
i... ... .1.. ..... . .
oe to me .mores, pocunmriy. ot all sul.scn-
hers j ns tho additional f.O cents will bo invariably j
exacted from those who do not avail themselves of.
the advance terms.
ices, the best for tho paper nnd tho cause, the
ICUlive Co.nmiMnn I,, n ,!..;,!,! . ..I !
J. W. WAt.KCR.-We had no onoortunitv last I
woek to say a word of tho melancholy ovent which
has deprived us of ono of our most laborious nnd
successful western laborers in tho Anti-Slavery
Held. Nor can wo now do moro than repeat our
regrets. For tho last eight years, he has been de
voted nnd constant In his labours, nnd loud nnd
fearless in his assaults. His talents woro of the
highest order nnd had he continued to use them in
tho church of which ho wns a member, ho might
havo occupied its highest nnd most honorablo position.
Wo commend tho article on our first page under
this head to those anti-slavery politicians who have
hitherto contented themselves with "limiting lo-':,
... . , ... .. '""""M- ,u"
caliy.ing, and heniining in slavery." Nothing but;
defeat can attend such efforts, when it is proposed ;
increi.y to crmmaie tho system. The slave-
l,t.t ,i. i. ii ., ... ,
aront all points too well fortified, to permit, their j
pot, their peculiar system to pass away by accident, '
or hy iiKlircetion. Direct nicault, and those or
!...... i...., . rr- .... !
uiv iiiup. uiynjuuii tiiaiiwicr i'bh ever e 'oci uim re.!
Slaveholders have been particularly fortunate in
.iiadine- their (.rm.nn.... ... l ,,:.r.,i ...t.i.l'
8 """r ' Min.i.ea win.
J "" r wan no measures ai nil.
U'Iiai. m.i;.Lt....A r.-..i i ..
" mot upuncu iis uaiTcncs, inc
cry was, "let it nhmo," " it will dio of itself."
And, now, whenovcr nn old fogy Is disturbed by
iho anti-slavery war cry, ho opens his eyes, yawns,
and then composes himself to sleep with tho as
surance that slavery is only to bo " let alone," and
it will commit suicide, and that all attempts to de
stroy it will only prolong Its existence Sluvcry io
well pleased, and goes on forging new manacles,
fastening them upon new victims, and fortifies It
self upon old territory, and plants itnolf firmly on
Tho same in character, ij this fallacious policy
of sonic anti-slavery men. Only it is moro uufur-
ia"nl0 localise it chills into inactivity and indif-
ference, warm hearts, nnd ymrnlircs strong nrms, !
...k:..i 1 1 . .i r ........ .. i
n.ncii nou.u ouierwiso ucai wiin slavery with most
Many, wo nre happy to believe, aro beginning to I
sec the incfiicitcy of these means their inadapla-
han .. ll.n u l.t nl .t .. f. . .
- . n. ' iic v sec mat it is in spirit
."npiumi.io, nnu us in omcr conipro-
'llnses. eonliilnncn in il hiiilI ..n. 1 I
- ... ,v ........ n,ci ..j , unu (if i ccf- -
ue of assault must sueccd, if we would rnppc
successfully with our unscrupulous nnd power
f.m 1 i. ....;.. XT- ..... .. .
.. . .. ,.b .... ...iooicou ,u uoouc.i aitic.o to
nllwliol.avobeen chcatedw.il, this policy of indi-
rection. 1 hey will, as it seems lo us. timl it ilitl'i.
cult to dispose of his facts or his hHo.
nil to n union upon tho most direct, mast radical,
and most nggressivo assaults upon sluvery, what
ever thoy may ho found (o be. In no other way
shall wo succeed.
Meeting or the American Axti-Slaverv Soci
etv. Wo wish to diiect the nttontion of the friends
of freedom to tho nnnunl meeting of tho American
A. S. .Society, to bu held on the 10th of ilm no !
month. Wo trust there will bo a grand rally of the
IrienUsot tho Blavo on that occasion, nnd thnt tho I
West will bo largoly represented. Michigan, Indiana
Ohio and weslorn Pennsylvania, should all bo thero 1
l,v .heir rf.,l,,.!... TI..W... t i ".
...-. ,. ....h.,j ...ucoiuu to
this Society for nnti-slavory labor, and it is impor-
taut thuttbo East and West should mingle in coun-
cil and co-opcrato in effect for our common canto.
Tho American Society is the bond of union and
should bo heartily nnd gctiorously Eiistaiuod,
Biiile Discussions. We occasionally roccivo in
quiries in regard to tho reports of the Biblo Con
vention, held in Saleui in 1852, also in regard to
Mr. Barker a more recent discussions on this
For tho information of nil such we reply, thnt the
report of tho Biblo Convention cau be had of Joel
McMillan, Salem price 33 cents. The discussion
bet h eon Messrs. Barker nnd Hartzcl, hns never
been publihed. Tho discussion between Messrs.
Barker and Berg, has been published, and we
presume can bo had of Mr. Barker.
Millard Fim.vioiie has boon feasted and honored
with a procession in New Orleans. A monger one
though it was, according to the N. Y. Tribuue's
correspondent, who states that it wa "composed
of JlJ'ty-aevcu citizens in carriages, escorted by one
hundred and tlccen military men. Slave holding
republicans are ungrateful. That is the honor that
rowurds the passage of the fugitivo slave law. Ho
said to be fishing for another nomination. This
prrsression Is not of the niot eneoursgting sor.
News of the Week.
fl-'dr The Ami crops Soulli l.avc been ercntlv in
jured by the Into frosts. Tim (lermnns of Col-
nmlius held n grand Anti-Nebraska meeting nn the
third inst. Tho students of Minmi I'nivctsilr
hnvo formed a society, pledging themselves to ab
stain from the uso of tobacco in nil its forms.
The St. Louis folks havo rtcted nn Ami-Nebraska
Benton Democrat es Mnvcr of ibnt .1m
bv a birL'e iniiinritv. The old lini Wl.ij i ..'r
.. " etj n ........
uiviw nan nir imi
1 rirtf i
Mirror understands that the 3.f.00 Xevr Win , !
mil, will nil preach sermons on the sulcect on tLo 1
nnmi.i..i... t'..i .1.. ' I
A BROAnsitiR into Xr.nn vsKA. Tho Now
bill, will n
The British ship "Three Belt,.'" frt.
ton. which left New York on. the EiVol nuarv i
...I....I in m i. i... i- ....... ...
JUTr.rnestino I,. Koso Is delivering n course of
lectures in Alexandria, n. The Wnshingtoti
.Sentinel speaks highly of her intellectual attain
ments. Wr.t.t. Said. Mr. Charles lioomlin, in his Anti
Nebraska speech, on Tuesday evening, in Cincin
"The South may cjunl on tho prcent Congress,
but tho future is for us for tho people: tho slave
power nmv havo tho present, but tho future u a
juod dial longer." j
stcr's HiiUcmnnn letter, for penning which ho so
""' prui.iod Webster, in his otilogy upon him.
...in T,o edifice of First African Baptist Church
in Louisville, Ky., is being torn down, nnd nn
t,,;na'it new one is to to orectcd in its place The
(Wirr says tho congregation is one of tho hirgot
, 1 01 1 y-'"1 linocrnts were defeated by i
' "V". '0 tCCC.lt Charter OlOCt.0.1
Hon. Eiiward EvtRr.TT, who hns sufTercd front a
weakness of the spine, w hich prevents liim stand
ing up for the right, alleges tlint tho affection is of
recent itnte, nna tlmt ho was tho author of Wcl
in tho eitv. nnd n,,s....9. .l ..r !, I ?.... I
ll..- . ' i.' I. . . . . .
".:..- lLZ S.,"" ' U0"rjr AU11""' " a luftn 01 cau-'
nuu h.iiuviim i
Tho Springfield Telegraph snvs that
or tour slaves arrived in that town on Monday last,
on their way to Canada. They escaped from Vir
ginia, several weeks since. The citizen of Spring
field contributed n supply of material aid for them
n.id furnished them with a new conductor for tho
next Btntiun of tho "underground ruilrond."
Port i.ar PiriMTioNs
an ultra," is ono who 1
ttion of shtrrry ns n sin
., , . , , ,. , ,
A riitwmtl ami ixitrwtie anli slara-u man. Is one
who men.,. 1,1 look-not f.,, 1,., ,f f,.
.1 r i .. 1
i..-.vii,in niu vAiriifiioii in slavery
but is ready to shouh.er his musket, nt nny time, to
p"t down an insurrection of slavos. Jubilee.
,? , Tr CV,""1"' lau- 'I the not.on of an
invasion orC nnmhi by nn Irih nnny from this
sido of tho line, led by John Mitehc, and promises
that Ihcir dread on:.tt vhall L.p repelled by an
g' kj iron, ciavery. now living
in tho province No doubt tho nearoes wou d f urht
if Miu.,lcl , they
would of course nt onco bo restored to that Mosaic
condition of which ho is so great nn amateur. But
lno -anauians nee.i noi uo mucli nlurmcd ; the I -ir'nur
invading army will not bo so loruo or so furn.idn.
i . v. . .. ... " .
bio ns to rcquiro any great miliiury resistance
..?""T r:'vt!' it. The Washington Union snvs
1,10 ''Pndsot tlie A el.r.tska bill aro not defeated
ot. indeed, nrc not even discouvnged." There
is no !oul,t but tho slavery cxtensioiiists will ycli 1
i'...... .i . .. . . ...
v. "'I' i t Apcuieni hi puss niu t'ougius ieurit-Ka
bill. Their papers now nro remarkably ouiet.
I lioy desire that public excitement may lubsiilc so O.
that ihey may then ply their Mibtilo power upon I
wnvoring iiieiubciH of Congress and suddenly rut.li
tho bill ihrough. Tho hhiva power nill not give
up this great contc.it for fciipriniiu y in Nobrnska,
without grcut efforts to recover from their reverses.
Let tho friends of freedom be w arned in season,
Lot them not rest in it false security. Itthem be
constantly on the ulcrt and keep up tho fire. T.
Senator Banorn, (of N. C.) has prescnlod iho'
memorial (to which bo referred ome ihivs ago) of I
II eitiitens of North Carolina ni.int the pasKngo
of the Nebraska bill. He said that of the 41 sig.j
natures 17 boro tho naino of White, nnd ho was '
satisfied they wcro members o I the highly iespec-1
table Socielv of Friel.ilH. Tlio ii...nn.i..t;wii1..
ibe bill mi the supposition that there is some nro-' J.
... i. .... a . . i :....,.i.: i i. . v- .- .
.. . 7- " 1 ' "'R " """ ii oi .uuonai until,
" ,'L'1,ycu' ,lll,t uienioiialiKts were nil runsnnn-
mo aim ln.-t men : nnd lie liad no doubt but that
they weieiill nl this liino f erfuctly satisfied llitit
J' ,vcru "ro"!; m ll"!ir opinion ui the bill.
nT..c..r.. V"...,-. n. ..n ti i
naino ol n new Anti-Slavery imper, at S.ilom.
'..In... 1. ....... I ; .. ....... I I ..
....... ., nil iii.ii.isooi paper
'''I""'' willi excellent original nnd selected matter.
(. II. U4III.1, i.uuor, Ill'DSON & JiATTI.V, i'u o-
-pi ,invo ow AntbSlavery papers nl the!
little town of Salem-77.? AntiJhner,, ;,,,,. ''
iiriran of the Western "Garrisonhins:" Tl.r H,'.
. . . . . . -..v....,...-
Journal, hii luilejiniKlant Democrat rnd Land j
..v, ...... pi.pcr j unu me jciiiorrai, noiiceu anovo. 1
I'hoy have severally our best wishes fur their nros.
Tint Glii.tv TliEMnt.E. A member of Congress
writes thnt Iho receipt of tho election novvs from
New Hampshire tent terror nnd fcarfuliicss into
tho White House and its occupants. Tho Presi
dent was so ovcrconio with it, that lie is said to
have taken his bed. lie, together with Hibbard,
Norris and Williams, had mado almost daily boast.
.,... i... ...i. e. ...... .1 . ... i .. . .i . . ....
Hhire w .mid smnd ly jUZ&ZtSZ
Judgo of their mortification when thoroturns enmo
"""""'"ing in no doubtful language that Newl11"
.1,;imH'i urpt the iulnnious Ncbinskn bill and ,ln
'"' 0 ovcr V ." 'alter drw" "f
necks nim-A ni-oniinirtv ilm.. ,i;.l .........
Norris and Hibbaid. They seemed to walk ns"f
''""'gh they feR Iho ground opening boneath them, i
Ul:" a f duteft tllplr tiei.cl.ory. and rejoice over
......w.u i.uun.. .... j .... u icoiniu, I ci. 1 1 ocitl CC-
refrain from pitying them. Like Cain, their
punishment seems greater thuu they can boar.
BsSyMi-RiiER ob Heroism? A runaway slave
Natchez, week beforo last, stabbed to the heart
whito man, who wns directing his arrest, and
whon pursued, throw himself amoncthoniaeliiiiorv
a linn, by which tie was instantly torn tu pieces.
Had he bocn a Hungarian refugee, nn Italian re
publican' or an Irish patriot, the act of tho poor
lugiuve wouio navo iiuon ncroio ; nut ns ho is only
-runaway ntggor, wo supposo it must be a
shocking muidor, or tomothing of that sort.
Is not this a disgrace to a nation whoso laws au
thorize tho hunting down of men who desire liber
ty ; or, can nothing, however monstrous, disgrace
such a nation f Aud then, how hopeless chatilo
slavory must bo, if a man can prefer such a terri
bio death I What mockery it is for pooplo to hold
religious meetings year after yoar, and perform
hut thoy call religious ceremonies, without mov
ing a finger to put an end to such iniquity, hut even
electioneer and vote for men plodged to support
such abominnble inhumanity aud Injustice I
Bibles Prohibited. The Archbishop of Mex
ico has addressed to all the clergy a circular, In
which ho recommends to them the greatest vigil
In preventing the circulation and reading of way
Protectant Bibles, which nro being
j from the United Stoics in Taniaii'itms,
tcxan frontier. The Archbishop says that he has
received personal Information from the, Minister
of .Fustics that measures have already been taken
i,r n - t .....,. ,.i..i ... ..t
hooks, and tho operations of
liihles nnd other hooks, and
the agent alluded to, by whom tho 1 ibl Society
is saiu io worn.
A FAMILY ESCAPED.
It seems that another real (ieores Harris, with
his wilo and children, has inado an attempt to
e.icat,c fn.m boml.iEC. Ho is from N ew Orleans
.ind it will bo observed by leading tho advertise
j nient that lie is no obs 'uro slave, but is well known
ill ll.n l'.nn .H..l I'l... 'I'l - l .; .
... ..... . v iii. iiif ao criiHomcjii none. irs
in the l'irn;ui,- of Mar. h 2-lth !
I k.- II - i. ., . .... . .
,i ' . h " ': ? "V'BV 1 ''e "
1. ,i....;i..i i ' .,
w nu ran awnv on uic
moniinirof . he 2l!d. nbout fi ..Vli.clr
Cwlcl..mrl;V1!!i,l?,,S" Kv1,T,""nft". nWil 30 Tear..
l 1 1 Ullnlh It V'.T' ' K""
'K'"'r ami French. Ho oimht to bo we known, as
The pritlo girl Kittle, ned a''ont 22 years, wife
. .ma, suiaii woman, speaks J-nirlisli and
Also Their children: , mulatlress, nge;l
nlwtit . years, small for her nge, having a larc
si ar of a burn in tho back of hor neck, and Kosetio.
mi'.lattrees, of 2 venrs.
, H. lYtttr.T, M. I)., 117 St. Philip st.
Mere is tho notice of a shtvo mother who has
nrotiul.lv committed tho crime of loving a daugh
cr, and being deprived of tho riht to visit her.
lias lumlly braved tho danger of whips, chains nod
rn i-ons, lor the purpoho of visiting the loved one.
It appear in tho VVc-wiic of the saino ditto as the
Twitxir-rivs Dom ars Jim- .nn r .!. .
hensioti of the grille woman .losephene, nbout H4
years of nge, of medium height, some tec'h mis
sing, njid rather polite cr modest. She formerly
lived at Alpiers, nnd wns, until recently, owned by
Mr. J. C. Wilron nt the Bui
dauylitcr nlwut Itl joan of nuo, of wliuui hIio an-
She Icrmn Friday Inst. IRlh inst.. about 2 o'clock
P. M.. was dressed ordinarily, had no shoos on,
and appeared to be intoxicated.
Tho above reward will be paid by
Major II.tnm.. l.VJ (jnivicr stret,
... . 'r at No. '.U) Povdrns street.
c would add tho two foliowini from the same
im'er 01 ,l10 "" "ato
(Ivr lf... n-...-n .
51 I " '7 1WT! ,nw
. j m ....... ..iim n.iiii.'iM-u iu fiare Ijccu C;l-
.ircf.nwny. (tie yellow by, Bill, or William, be-
'""r"'" " 'jumpier turner, nbout I I years old.
n... ... I .ll . , ...
roiling li niu .in -...I .lnl . .- I.. - ...
........ "'-i. emu in appearance Vic
i.i give .-.o lor me recovery of tho boy, nnd 570
or nucn iiiiormntion ns will lend to the conviction
o. any person who may have enticed him away.
Tir.xrR A Kknsiiaw, 70 Camp street.
I'lrtr Dollars r.r.iVAnn. Han nwny from the
r-.-M;h we suppo.e he .,, shaved tio'w;
oaKr.e.,c,a,li;ng,sh. Ilei. well known in
I"'" ciry, nmi Has a wi o nnd s stor ivin" in the
r;,. Hi. . . '.,,1mm '
r" ' . l"" c n," "tCUIlboat
' ..i.ovr nun
tho law. -
under tho penalty of
Lr.rrnvr.r. A Co., Bakers.
1U 1 Philip street
cicl, fyr th di .
3 " muntu cnaing April 1st :
C. E. Miehley,
L- H- Tompkins,
In tho Treasury of the Michigan Anti-Slavery So-
l.'l: li .
r.lisn II. on'.
h''u 1- Huscl,
J"'ln I Livesny,
f'harlottn Segitr, to redeem pledge,
Margmet Lewis, " "
F.l'li Join s, "
Warren (filbert, " "
..illichard lllelulnn. ' i
Ou I A.
Collection at Homo by V.', WuUcr,
50 1 ced
2 00 ,
r ' the
2 5il j
li) ('!! !
5 0(i j
STATE FAIR AT OLD FORT.
Tho next Stato Fair is lo bo held near Newark,
on tho sue of no ancient fortification, which
there they cull Old Fort. Tho site itself is a
great curiosity,, as described by the .jnciivillo
It is circular, nnd containing nbout CO orrea
io wall around it is about twentv !.. l.i...
i .i . .. . . .
neariy pcrpendiculur as iho eunl 1. 1 i. i..
... IIIIMI, in.
auu u seems was originally thrown up from lho!
-'- " c.nincipiumij- .en n uitcn within tho
" I J .... ,. ..I...II. i
IV! nliMIl! Inn r.mfr ... .l..il I . . . .
............. .. .. .... , ul( ,llu n,.n,y UPi ,m ft
level with the surfuco of tho within nnd without
fort. The bank of the fort, and tho grounds
within nnd without it, were rocontly covered with
heavy growth of timber, from whii h it is inferred
that it was nuterior to the settlement of this conn
try by Europeans whou this fortification was built.
On the cast sido of iho old fort is an ontoranco
orgatownyrun parallel walls of earth, a few rods
iipai t, four or five lect in height, leading to, or
......... u.iiiuiiuK nun oiuer ions or tuititications,
being circular, ono octagon, nnd ono oblong,
of walls of less height than tho "Old Fort,''
which it would bo tuo tedious to uVscribo in
detail. In tho centro of .he 'Old I'..m i .......... i
moth or bird shauo. nicasnrimr fi-,..,. I,n,..i ...
about 1!I)0 feet, nnrl n liLn iliuinn..A r. ,.- ... .-.
wings. Excavations bare Imon mado in this
juoiind, nnd tho altar disoovorod whoroon najriileos
ve ueen nmao.
More Ariie.ts. The United Statos officers in
isconsin, aro nnxious to show thoir employers nt
Washington, that they aro doing all they can to
"crush out" agitation on tho slavery question nnd
enforce tho "linnliiv" in tlmt tu. hm
vyaukio Free Democrat of tho 27th of March, has
Anotiieb Whit. We havo just been sorvod by
United States Marshal with
name of the President of the United States, to
nn...A- ... 11n..! ! OS.-)..
D, i .i. iiiiiiiiiii ci. unriann, lo Ins tlamago in
sum of $2,000, for tho loss of his slave beforo
Judgo Miller, the first Monday of April, nine days
to-day. Arnold acd Hamilton, Attorneys lor
In addition to this, we loam that G. S. Wright,
A- Waterman, nnd Mr. Cloincnt of tho Itacint
Advocate, nil Ihrco nroioiocnt i.li;,.., li .;
been nirosiod and hold to bail on a charge of
aiding in tho Milwuukie Fugitivo Slave rescue
UuiiERflROCND Railroad.-The report from the
ndoreround Ituilroad is nnmnrin.. i, ...... ,1
doing a fine buisnoss this spring. Four likely
men crossed ut Detroit on AVoknosduy, throe
on Thursdny. Two fomales osonped from
Jounson, of Louisville, Ky. They return com
rdimeot to that gentleman. Four slaves escaped
Virginia liuit Moudav. and rosehar! CmiiuIu hv
of Vermont. The Nor walk ptpors eomplain
that during the past winter eitir?ns of that place
have lost .;0,(!ij worth of slat nm.i. t.i
escaped recently on nno vessel and lniiiled ssfoly
in Now York. Oh, what a spectacle I American
liorns fleeing from American filacer in ll.oi.i.
v 7 ' ,u '""
PENNSYLVANIA YEARLY MEETING OF
Thi.s Association will eonveno for mutfiel hcli
and odifiontion, nnd for the discharge of its nppro-
prmte duties as a religious body, in tho meeting
house at Old KcnncU, Chester County, on First
day. the 21st of Fifth mor.th, 1354, at 11 o'clock
A. M., and continue by adjournments from day to
day ns long ns necessity may require.
Creed-making forms no part of the objects of
this Society. lisclniining nil ecclesiastical nu
thorily, nnd avoiding the tangled controversies by
which the popular churches are perplexed anj be
wildered, it seeks lo imito mankind, not by agree
ment in theological opinions, but through oneness
of spirit in respect lo the practical duties of life,
the communion of soul with soul in A common
love of the beautiful nnd true, and a common ns-
piration after mural excellence
broad nnd comprehensive. It invites the co-onc-i''
lis plalform is
ration of all who rocognizo tho Eoiial Brotherhood '
of tho Human Family, without regard to sect.'-
color or condition, and who ackiinwledito tho duty
of defining nnd illustrating their faith in Clod, by
lives of personal purity, nnd woiks of beneficence
M.d charity to mankind.
Tho name of " Frionds" was adopted in no tech
nical or narrow sense nnd with no intention that
the Socioty shoulj be identified with or limited by
the sectarian peculiarities of older associations.
but in tho broad, primary and cemprelionsive
meaning of tho word, ns it wns employed by Jesus
I. on bo said, " I havo callod you friend" "Ye
arc my friend; if ye do whatsoever I command
Wo therefore nffjctionntcly Invito all sincere iu
quirers after truth, who may be atrnutoj by tho
principles of our organization, and who, weary of!
iI.a Dii.ir.1. ..r ..a I....1.: p -1 i . i . .
n.. . ..,. i.os.niK ior uigiiur nnu purer;
manifestations of tho religious sentiment, to tiicct !
with ub nt tho timonbove specified, nnd to nive uui' i-v
il,l,.i;uf l . i . I
tho benefit of their counsel nnd co-operat.ou.
itor.i-ii A. IHonAut,
C. M. Bl RLLtClt,
Benjamin C. Uacox,
Henrietta W. Johnson,
Com. of Arranjcincntt.
Coimnunication intondel for tho mcctinz.
whether from associations or individual, should ,
addressed to the clerks, Joseph A. Dug dale nnd !
ii- i- . t. . h ' i
Sidney 1 eirce, kennctt fequnio, Chester County,
Friends residing in tho vicinity of the placo of
meeting, offer tho hospitality of their homes lo
those coming from abroad.
Editors of newspapors, friendly lo the objects of
tho mooting, are invited to publish this call.
AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY.
The Tvrcntioth Anniversary of tho American
Anti-Slavery Society will bo held in the City of
New York, i
P.l-ni,. !.-. v Inlu-nni. U..:..M-.l Tl!u. C.
....i.iK nuu t ruico ntrecis,
WEDNESDAY', May loth, 1S51, at 10 o'clock.
M. The names of the speakers will be ntinoun-
The Society will hold meetings for Business nnd
Discussion (in some hall yet to be procured) on tho
evening following tho public Anniversary and on
succeeding THURSDAY and FRIDAY, May
oJjjlllhand 12th. 1
Tho mcml.ors and friends of the Society far nnd
nenr llr0 carnu"y invited to bo present nt tho pub-
counsel nnd co-operation nt the sulisoque.it meet-
iugs. Tho condition of the country in relation to
Auti-Miivery Agitation will present for tho
of the Society, topics of tho gravest
importance affecting its futuro nction j henco n
attendance is desircable,
Anniversary nnd to givo us tl.o benefit of their
WM. LLOYD GARRISON, Prcst.
EtnifNn QuiNcy, 1
S. II. Gav. I fberdarici.
ENIlCl.t. PltlLLII'S, I
LIST OF LETTERS,
,,,,,... , . . ..
,ll"u'w- io ost I'lUiO at halom, Colum-
"'ana county, unio, April lltli, IoJ,
Albright, 3. 0.
llubp. Mary A.
Bcnnot, John R.
Brock, Dr. M. D.
Bantu, James P.
Cohlor, John If.
r,..i.. i : I t t
llolcomb A Tonisnn,
Hawkins, John II.
Jolley, Melissa 3
Jolley, Samuel 3
Kelly, Charles 2
Iane, Abner J.
Lewis, N. E.
March, Edwin E.
Morgan, J. W.
Norton. Gilbert W.
Phillips, Lewis B,
Royco, Chas. S.
ltisdon, Lorcnio D.
Rugg, llihbcna 'i
Smith, Anna Eliza
Smith. D. W.
Thomas, 1!. E.
Ward James k Co.
Windlo, Caleb '
GEO. W. WILSON. P. M.
DIkD On the morning of second day, the 27th
inst., at his lato residence near Zanesfield, LogM
corrnty, Olrkr, BryjAMir Michinxr, Id the 7 1st
year of his ngrf.
The deceased hns ever teen known as an actirtf
and uncompromising friend of the slave. A de
voted Friend of the Progressive order, h ws sit
once a practical nnd liberal Christian, looking rW'
ward to his futnre hfimtr, s ono radiant with life,
love and usefulness, the necessary constituents of
PIED, iu Philadelphia, on the 7th lost., MiwiV
Mr. JoDts wns a brother of Benjamin S. Job.
Receipts of Bugle for the week ending April 15.
I Ccorge l!enrd, Mogador.
!ci:jiinun I). Pierce, Mt. crncn,
Joseph Smith, Monroe,
Tunics W. .fcfTerds, Taylors Corcerl,
John Morris, Auburn,
A. SiMtnplT. '
Joseph Aliller, '
A. J. limit.
John P. Moody, "
T I. t'.l I .l It
c' ' rj.1Iin,, 'i.i. nill.
lV. Hire.ni Jones, Pe Kalb,
I rune, Angola,
K. Snilor, '
OHIO AND PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Mail Train leavos Pittsburg at FOO A. M.
SAI.KM, 11.05 A. M.
" " arrives at Crestline P. M.
F,xprcs Train leaves Pittsb'-rgh o.t H(O0 P, M.
" arrives ot Crestline
C.IH p. Si.
n,w p. it,
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Mail Train leaves Crestline at Ai Vt.
SALEM H,:ii) Ar M,
" " arrives nt Pit.buri;h ot 11.-10 A. f,
Exprcjj Train leaves Crestline nt 1,15 P.M.
.SAI.E.M C.fO P. M.
" . " nrrives nt Pittsburgh 8,30 P. M.
I SIIlllllll 11 IIISIIB IISMI IS S11SSSI
...... . ...
ji my instance, nn ntine:iment was tliis aj
issued ngainst the property nnd effects of Henry
Jr-; n.nl',,""l'K debtor, by (ieo. W. Wilson,
i.sq.. a Justice of the Peace of tho Township of
t.,. r )lb TlP , , , . . 0
ATTACH. HE VI"
unucr saiu niuiciiineiit is -i.i..
Patcd March 1, l85 I.-Gw.
1,000 BOOK AGENTS WANTED,
To Sell Pictorial nnd I'sufii! Wor's for the Year 18i?.
$1,000 DOU.MIS A YEAR.
WANTED IV EVEHY SECTION OF TUB
L'NITED STATES, active and enterprising tuon,
engago in the sale of soino of the belt Books
published ill tho Country. To men of good address,
possessing a small capital of from 3 to S100, such
inducement;! will be offered as to otiublo them to
'"TX'!" V. i tJ 'T . ,i
PiiT'l he Book.v published by ns are all useM m
their character, extremely poG.ilar, and cuuiinSAvl
largo sales wherever they are offered.
For further particulars, address, (postage paid,)
UOCEUT SEARS,, l'ullitkcr,
1HI, William Struct,. Now-York.
NOTICE in hereby given that the undersigned
hns been duly qualiliod as executor of the Inst will
testament of William Cook, late of tho County
Culiinihiitnn, deo'd; nil those indebted to said
cstnto will pleuse mako immediate payment,. n4
having claims ngainst said estate wiO preaeM
same within one yinr from this date dr ssttle-
ment. WILLIAM ALLOWA?-
March 20, ISj.-3w.
Six bushels of these Celobrnted Pens, by planting
which, ns much fodder can be raised on one ire it n
be raised off of fivn of r.-nything else that can
sowed, nnd it is better for the soil than elorer.
Just received and for sale by
V.. 1$. SHANKLANP,
129 Wod St., Pittsburgh, Pav
Feb. 13, 154.-3 ui.
NEAV SKFJ) STOKE.
THE nnderaicned is now receiving his supply
Field, Oarilcn, Tree nnd Flower-seeds j alsd
largo additions to his Stock of Horticultbrffl and
fPI-'li'llll UPll 1 f ll,.illl..,..l ! i. .lit M'ill l.n nH.I.I.J (.
offer dealers nr.d aninteurs the most extensive and
I I leld. Culinary nnd Flower
ers, .ve., Ac, ever offered in this
market. The sodl have been expressly grown to
orucr ny too hiom i-cicoriiTco ricciisuien in America
Europ", nnd warranted by tho growers true' to
oiioc; new nno i
d superior varieties of Corn. Gui.
Grass, Cabbage, Turnips, Cucninbor and Purnikin
seed : Irish and Sweet potatoes : Flower .Teds and
Dahlia roots. As the stock f the latter is limited,
orders for tho same should bo sent in nt once to
prevent disappointment ; together with the largest
collection of Agricultural mid Garden Implimentla
bo found in the city, ns tl.o diplomas and premi
awarded nt tho lato Fair, by the (State Agri
Society, will testify, amounting to neat
E. R. SHANKLANDv
129, Wood St., Pius.
Fob, lfl, '54.-3m.
New and Choice Vurlcliti of Vegetable! tod Sctda.
Chineso Eight Rowed Com,
Stowel Evergreen "
Philadelphia Sweet "
Mountain Juno Potatoes, (very Gno,)
Winnebago, " (very prolific,)
Mammoth Nutmeg, "
Peach Blossom, "
Early Whit" Mercer "
Ash Leaf Kidney " (early six weeks,)
Buckley's Seedling " (a very large variety aW
Sweet I'otatoos, it now variety from North Caro
lina. It bus proved the most prolific and desirable
northern culture that hus ever been introduced
5t New Varieties of Cabbage Seed, (Imported,)
0 " " " Rvlish " .
0 " " Celery " "
i " " Cucumber " '
40 " " " Onus ' '
Orders Respectfully Solicited, and Promntlv
i i i ...
E. R. SIIANK1.ANP. Seeks!!.
No. 120, Wood St., Pitts- Pa. ,
Feb. IS, 183 1.-3 m.
riit'lT Tlltr AND SIlItCIIBCHV.
20,000 Choice Apple Trees,
3.000 Dwarf Pear Trees, (very fine.) .
S.000 Poach Trees, (new varieties,)
2.0UO Gorman Plum Trees, (imported,)
1.500 Cherry Treos,
30 New and superb variotica Strawberry,
20 " " " " Rjutpberry,
15 " " " " t Gooseborry.
Together with the finest oolloction of Plants and)
ever offered in this market, for sale hy
K. R. SH ANKLAND,
Feb. 18, 1854.-3t.
129 Wood St., Pltti.-
Blank Dteds, Artielt of jrasMeni, JWasenf
Swhkiiu ttni iirwwfi-HM for tat at th0
. -T-. . ...i