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The F.xecntivti at Washington ti&f teen fhnrged
rith planning and executing the Boston slave hunt,
of last Week, an A sort of model chase, to show the
So11i jfist what could bo done for slavery by a
Xortheru Democrat and his cabinet, thus clinching
TM lAnim fur Another Presidential term. Whether
Wits is slander or not, wo do not know.
. t he Prosidont ia doubtless capable of any crime
which. Ana be politically committed, to eecure a
continuance of place and power, and hie Cabinet
are kindred souls. Since their business is slave
catching, we see no good reason why they should
not get np n sort of premium man-hunt. Certainly
such an one has como off, whoever planned It. -
The Star, of Washington, is one of the Presiden
tial organs, that fattens upon Rxccutivo patronage.
It lalrarcd for Snltle's success in Boston, by Attempt
ing to get up A niiib in Washington to iiitimiduto
the only truly horoie men in Washington.
Tho Star says :
Tho insane idiots who conmosod that frenzied
Tnobhuld have been treated ns mad men or Wad
dogs are gcnorally treated caught and caged,
possible hut shot down it they persisted in thoirl
ourse of death and danger. Jlul irirn iimh,ent
j menjur mm men as aumnn; (mVii.. it: Cur U
ft bttnor Me vtecnjmry, tiailuiout a)pralt
V. '"77..c '.rt" :rn.'nm''J,:"r.'"!! '"? .
nepmmr ino Abolition mon 1,1 tioston would have
let offthcir excess of steam iu tho customary Shrieks,
and scoldings, '
. If (southern centlenien are tlirviinn,l ..!
aultcd, while legally seeking to obtain possession
rmn constitutional guarantee if legal rights can
only bo sought for and obtained at tho Imyonefs
point eerldin S'oiihrrn men trill hare Iu evinre a
ik il Y c.'Jmr" "" than I'"1! nam crinced in
Public sentiment in Alexandria, we le,r I. U.
tensely exeited in condemnation of Sumner and his
allies. tV e know that it increases in Uiisciivererri
hour. 77ic mart l,uk- unon Siimmr at ,-.o. .......
for the d,th of IMrhMnr. Tk, n,;hi, .vl,
JMTMi n i,9 urUrr$' till tnumi i'i
nnmnrr. l.ST ni-uvci ivn ill.
ns ixr units o.i.v.
Kr.utnmneinnnt outrage Vitfiimey hUeounhy
flossJrt Irettimn lo lit airs tnntt tint i,in, ,,i
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f,r( tnnritrr nwi sri re-irc me CfHtnfC-
nance ami support if flu tacitly of this eihi, ithieh he
ntu dohe lo much to riltifij. '
Jo the fnco of such threats nml bull) ings, Wash
ington is about as good a place to legislate for
freedom, as a lloston Court IIouso is for tin) nd
1 ministration of justice when occupied by druukou
' L. S. soldiers. ,
MASSACHUSETTS FREE SOLL STATE
This oonyontion bold Its sessions in lloston ns
'did ahm the New Kngland Convention, while that
city was occupied by V. S. troops, and her Court
'Houso transformod to A slave pen. Here nro the
'resotvos of this convention. One would think that
'anybody could apeuk on such an occasion. What
'we notice In them is a docldod improvement in
"Ana-sIavoryTesolutlon muking, is tho adoption of
'tha positive imperative mood. 'Must' sounds well
'In this connection. " '
The Resolutions ore as follows: ;
Resolved, That the Free Democracy of Mussa
'ehusetts, hare no new principles to advance, nnd
'no old onot to recant ; they nro not surprised nt
ills' latest outrage of tho slave power, tho abolition
'of Freedom in Kansas nnd Nebraska, because It
lohly- fulfills their oft repented predictions, ' nnd
illustrate tho soundness of their views, tho wisdom
"of their course, and tho necessity of their organis
ation. , 6
.ReolvoJ,-Th.it to ibis crisis when liberty seems
doomed to utter destruction, unless the wholo North
is rallied to ber dofonce, tho Truo Deniooraey ore
Willing to retinrjuish nil puiy considerations", to
forget alt past hostilities, lodisiei'iu'd all minor
differences, to sacrifice everything but their prin
ciples, in order totecure an effectual union of tim-
men ar7atn.1t the mighty conspiracy of slaveholders
and doughfaces that, now threatens to overturn
the neAce. ths honor so, I ihM trnn- r..;...,:b. r
si 11 IS oountry. -
itdsillvdJ, that an much oi tho Kansas And Ne
MAskit Act d.i dbr'ng.-Ues tlid Missouri Compromise
must be repealed. ' . . . . '
Resolved, That slav'bry'iii llio District of Col
umbia nnist be abolished.
. Resolved, That slavery must be. prohibited iu
all the Territories of the United fetntes, both in
thosf to b3 acq a I rod and in those nlroAily eatnU
Resolved, That nil
Statee. i -
new States mnst be Free
Resolvod, That Cuba, if it comes into the I'nion,
must come free. -
Resolved, That the independence of Huyti must
be' acknowledged. ,
. Resolved, That the riglits of our colored citizen,
going to other States must be protected.
. Reaulved, That evory man has a right to him
self, and, therefore, no man can own another
taian. - i
.RcsolVed, That tho Fugitive Slave Bill is desti
tute of every attribute of justice nnd humanity, is
at war with the spirit of Liberty, w ith tho prin
ciples of law, with the purpises of tho Constituti in.
with the best feelings of mankind, nud ought there
fore to be at once and forever repealed'. ' " ;
,'Rosolved, That Massachusetts has' tho constitu
tional riirht, nml It is hor imncrativa d otv to emief
laws which shall protect tho poosonal freedom of
ah nercituons, Ami to socure tho right to trial by
jury under all cirouiustances involving tho iiuestioii
of human liborty, . ,
Aftor tlio reading, tho resolutions wore Adopted
bj acclamation. ,
Aw Aasotiriov, not from guilt, but front Hn
assumed wekcd obligation, has been granted by
the South to tho North, by the pasuago of tho Ne
braska bill, i No lunger is the North bound by her
mel pledge to sustain slnvory in Arkansas and
Missouri,' And rightfully a a matter of contract
Way alia now rovok bor pledga of sluvcbulding
support and of slave catching. Let the South go
a with her indignities And outrages, till sho
teaches the North this lesson of rcleoso from all
compromises. Sho is doing it effectually by the
event of the last two weeks nt Wiuhingtun Mid
Boston And New York. Sho is Impressing a lesson
irfcieh porhsps no other teaching could impart, to
thft dough-beaded, dull-hearted money-getters of
is Aortu, who buve provod themselves regardless
of aaoral law and obligation. t Porhsps Uiry nay
tiosr CMaprebend this riolntiou of tho law of eon
tTAct, and rrnent'and resist' A low', poor motive,
but tetter than siofa, .. Let it, work. f And lot tlie
Wr4 ga abroaa, Uiat a are a frso, from all obli
gations to eompromiso by virtue of eonlraet as we
are by virtue of moral riglit. , It will bo an eman
cipation U) thousands, and will lead Ul tlio casting
off of other chains, and to A greater enlightenment
ia regard to Northern position ami Northern duty.
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Crit's M. B u Rt.E iuii .This tried and truo fnend
of b sUve ha beeu speading a few day in
Naleui lie la eorepcllCd to suspend his labor, in
e0r3eiicnce of ill hcaltli. ' Ilo is now travelling
with lb,v Uvpe off H rctvratiun. .Tlie furyoul
payraif all true nbulttionUu will cwtntly as
cend, thai lie'may bt spaedily restoscd to hie anti
slavery labors. Such ail nii.cah be poorlr' spared,
specially ul this crisis; 1 w . -'"t, ' "J
,ns hcrcloforo set its foco as A
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Jllr,!kl t0 douunc ,;'i or ,u rc'use o1"
samp ' cnee to it.
Uut Cnnlon, even, seems now to bo movod.
And no wondor. The dwellers about tho Cutirt
Stark Co., with tho exception of two or three
townships in the North-Enst part of the county,
has Tory Justly been considered as hard soil for
anti-sUrery tillage. Thoro is in the county a large
German population which has been Democratic
and nothing elso. They sustained their party and
its candidates, without lmpi(ry,'tavo Only whether
they were regularly nominated partisans. Whigs
had no channe, and abolitionist! were their abhor
rence But they like good farms and laryt farms,
and though, they liavo been taught to Imto " nig
gers," they don't like slavery, or at luast the Ne-
brnska manifestation of it. And then tho German
press has put them lu possession of tho facts in!
regard to this question, And has given them in thei
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to tho character and beaVlnir'.if '.lavert . ,l
and they nrc moved Accordingly. We
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various sources, of a rovolutiun in progrcs
in progress, iu
public opinion on this question.
As an evidence of this favorable chnnpe, we sco
that even Canton, the county seat, feels It. Canton
flint, Against nny-
nVilitionism or Into any Invoring thoreof.
indignation to spare for1
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who made It, tut poirdisiiiii
as wo remember unit no
(,e fugitive law or thoso who
',,, n, uurHM without stint unon tho.o traitors
Huuso are as stnsillre t. any change of pyblic
sentiment, A. the mercury of the thermometer to
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un TBrill,'on temperature. Ihey held on Anti
Nebraska meeting hilo tho bill was pending, nnd
since, tho Nobraskaites called A meeting to vindi-
c,,tc ,I,e nc"ur.
,v ,u tllc,r '-i'l'"'r.
We cony tho Loader's account of this mcotioir :
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V.5. .,..1 .d.i tl, N..i.l.a hill nnrt Hnnnm'n n,il
0 ' ;,10 alMdith.nists and their allies." It was
UKeKn oracrcd by the genuine flunkies of Oiinr
. , .
The Court Iiouse was filled to ovcrflowinc: every
body turned out. A hickory priest, named Mrali),
took tho chair: Mr. l,oo Sr.irn addressed the!
crowd, ilr A' lon fire eating pro-slavery speech, and
closed by offering a serios uf resolutions, covering
the grounds in the cull.
11. P. Di'NiiAR, IU., democrat, being called for
roso to ruply. Tho chairinuu refused to hor him,
but the people insisted. The Chuirmun then va
cated the chair, but returned, to put .S hai kh's res
olutions to vote, which wcro voted down by a trc
Tho Reverend gentleman could stand flru no
longer, but "sloped."
The people then- called Col. Lkitkr, democrat,
to till his dusortc.d post, nnd nominated Isaac IIati
i.tv, (Whig) as scribe, as tho furiner Secretary bad
also show n tho w hite feather and fled.
Dt'NiiAB then pitched into Scuaoka and his res
olutions, and made the lur fly at every crack.
was uproriously applauded. Gen. Lakh attempted
io uoioiw jscuArsa ami mo uoujtiinoaus ( no wanted
no now orguiiizaiious, vue ucniocrney wcro goouj
onoiigh for liini s whatever thoy did was right ori
wroiiu he would stick to his Darty.
'.Mr DtNBAii replied to l.ahm, by ' saying that
if tlie democratic' party was bound to go to tho
devil, when they got to tho forks of tho road, he
would take tho richt hand road, and if if led him
iuto whiggery, lie would be no worse off than he
(Gen. Iialim) lia,d. boeif, and. would have an ample
day for rcpentitndl?!" "
A tjw years Ago LahM was a bolter nnd leader
of tho bank softs i he wns cleetod to Congress in
opposition to tho regular democratic candidate, by
a Coalition with tlio whlgs and freeVsoilcTs, nnd
afterwards deserted nnd betrayed his new allies.
Aftor -the. disuussion had closed,, tho meeting
Adopted the following resolutions by an overwhelm
ing majority. Thoy wore AS follow s :
Vheroas,' Theeili.ens of Canton,- without , dis
tinction of party, wcro invited to attend this meet
ing, fur tlie purpose of hearing nn ex pom of lire
scheme of the Abolitionists, and to rocuho a sat
isfactory explanation of tho supposed obnoxious
-Vbrasku bill, reconciling all ditlcrciices and iiuel-
liug all diseoiitcnts i and whereas, in compliance
with mid call, we have patiently And impartially
listened tu all tho arguments and appeals that have
been mudo iu favor of the passage uf said bill, and
the patriotism uud statesmanship of its author and
supporters) .by their self-constructed apologist ad
vocate, Louis Schtcfur, hen., of Tyler memory, but
have failed to bo convinced that Treason is Patriot
ism, that Covenant-breaking is Honesty, that Slave
ry is Popular Sovereintv, that Kxeeutive Dicta-
tioiis is Self-government, or that Ihiughf'ace is y-t
nnunmoiis wiin n lover oi ins country :
Aim ,i ,c,fM, lie ucoiu tins , u . nt opportunity
and phwe to toitCRitO our sctHedi Convictions, that
tl.n Knnuiiu ,. .....1... 1.. .... . .. C I
And brought forth in inirjitlly, and to assert uur at
tachment to tho principles of the Declaration of
Independence, nnd i-ur hmthing of Southern Sla-I
very, anil Xorihern sortilily: there-tore, bo it
llcJolved, That we consider the motive which
prompted tho net, nnd whether or not slavery sue
ccods in polluting ntnl cursing the virgin soil of
our now territories, the treason that exposed them
to it remains unchanged.
Resolved, That tin? craven spirit which counsels
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acntiiescenco for the sake of peace, nfte every
new assault upon freedom, Is unworthy of coun
trymen of John Hancock nnd Patrick iFcnrv, and
is tobo found only nm mgtho corrupt political huck
sters, who hang on tho skirts of pnrtyism, making
merchandize of principle, for office nnd spoils.
' jtosotved, inat the race ol ilonghlnees has run
out, And political nspiranta may as well take notice
that southern favor is not worth truckling for.
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is none base enough ns tu do it reverence."
Resolved, That we heartily approvo of tho pro -
posod convention of "Tho Pemoerney of Num -
hers ol tlio truo men of all nnrttca. to bo held nt
Columbus, Ori the ljlth dny f July, the anniversa-j
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purpose of organizing for Iho great struggle. , -
nanioi spaco omigcs ns io oinu several pointoa
front resolutions. ' . '
A Si'n?rRii'Tio bus been started in Savannah,
Goorgia, for the relief of tho widow of Batcheldor,
who was killed iu Boston luut week, while aiding to
ensluvo Anthony Burns.
State Convssitiox. A cull is Iu circulation,
and will soon Appear, for a Stato Convention, to be
huld on tho Dlth of July. It is dosignod to rallly
those men from all pArtifls, who tovo freedom bet
tor than party, ami who Aro roady to uuito in de
termined resistance to tlio insolent Aggressions of.
tho slave power. It is high time such measures
wero taken, it hen the central government ac
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Y ashington, by J. . S..comm.es,oners, And marshals
caurl iiousea,! aiinibilttto all Ktuto vjiroifci.ty
make Massachusetts nnd Ohio more depondonuies
upon Virginia And Kentucky, or whatever other
eluvo'sluto chooses to oxtond her laws over us. It
Is time, if tltr bo love of liberty and courage
Is time, if Umre ha lovo of liberty and oourugo
fliat aRMoaM lift,'fl5rtl Jcforisa of JiaiWsl'
for the overthrow of slavery.'
sVjyS. M. Boom,, the fuarlasi ohnmpion of right
iii Wiscoiuun, was teuod ny ins lUiica oiaios
.uarsiini ui iiiiiwaumv, i ueinu .uhiivuiuu uij uj
Kntl I nml u-na uliant In lie liiciLi'i'Mrutild.. .A writ of
huUin curjui, was, issued by Jcuut Smith. The
Sheriff appeared; and demanded tho- prisonor, but
the iMiu-liul . rcpucu : nrnc-io o.im is mo pigger
pis il, and will not yiekl Ui WisuonsUv'-, .' that
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will depend upon who is tow strongest, you or
replied iheStMieiflieur, arid taking Bohtu oil', left
ths Marshal alone in hie glory. The rcnuh wlmt
net licit d. lui'h: .. i ' u
WESTERN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY.
At the last meeting r,f the Executive" Committee
of the Western Anti-Slavery Society, it was n-
solved to hold the next Annivtr-iary of tho Society
nt Salem, on Saturday, Siindiy and Monday, the
2Cth, 27th and 'J8tli of Autiat. .
VALUE OF THE UNION.
friu"!" "I:"."'1'? ;,lic'' and rights ef the,
people w bjch the futuro historian will have oci a-1,
to record of the sovereignty of Iho people i
j fuy ((l ,,tcsio, that Jho slavo law bo so nincndod
a to provnlo
Those who would sea What the CnioM is worth,
pecuniarily, should send to the Tribune oltieo for a
copy of the pamphlet published thcr containing
tho articles recently published In tho Tribune.
J"ln ftr0 now calc" ia " Lmon ,ue' ,rno'
while g,o, doomed it treason lo pr.t a. iti.mctlo to
n-v ,m'1' UIC' Xuw' u,ou a" "W"'"R ,mv9
glimpse at tho truth, that slavery must las t while
1,10 Vmn lasts; and that while it lasts, there can
i-e no onu 10 us nuirssrs ami note ressions, iience.i
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interest and approbation, and paragraphs like the
uii..,iiiii.iuiniil tin lllilliliilliirei-li".ii
following from the Canton Trantrrijil, are
found iu many i.ners of tho countrr.
r ii. vt....i. t.tit it.- t,
Thus has been consummated ono of the grossest
ticot. o i
the commencement of tho Hrstdecadc of tho latter'
hall ot the nineteenth century, pnrpetratea anil
acconiiilisliod thrimcll tho inlliieuuo of a Corrupt
The North has tacitly submitted to two infernal
A..rnuut....u Cc.M. tl.n K..ull, nml M-n ltiinlr ll hlfl
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time for tho North to take her position ns freemen.
We aro no ndvoeotcs for the dissolution of tlio
I'nion, but rather thnn become the tools of southern
aggression nnd usurpation, to see our dearest rights
trampled under foot nnd the slave power predomln-l
ant, wn would advocate t'uo dissolution of the I'nion
" ,'f Zl h.T,T,Zl YZ t.A r ,fc. M :,.,!
i-.n-l the annexation of Canada.
Cun.promise, and ll.o'introduetlon of slavery into
v..i.mA n will l.a obliir...! i.. ,.l,n.;i m il.o mir.!
el.n.n ..r ,-,...i,n.i .,tr..l,. n. !.- vo.,1,. ,..i,t
lfier,l. . ih r.......;,.n ,.r l, .i,n,.r ..
icons a slave State. '
,10 T,nn,i,,t goes for tho wholo moiuuro of
active rcsistnhco to tho slave puWcr.
New Kxoia.nd Asti-Slavekv Cii.'.vt.N rio.v. We
can give no Account ot tile proceedings of tins,
Account of the proceedings of this,
We hnve seen none oxcem a cnricO-'
e nnie seen none, except a enraa-
turo which hit
a uv..M imil uiv iumiiusvi llVin.ii.
going the rounds ot thopnpc
Our friends fail, in not getting ubrond, early lie
ccounts of thnir meetings. Papers of wide circu
lation, as tho Tribune nnd Evening Post would
gladly publish them if they wcro furnished. Thus
wo might get abroad truthful representations of
our doings and sayings, and forestall, measurably
at least, tho false representations which hare so
prejudiced tho community against our principles
nnd measures. It is vexatious to us not to be able
to publish the accounts of grand And important ns-
scniblings, until three or four weeks after their:
occurrence. Headers have by that time lost much
of their interest, nnd the publication is
ftue thftu it would otherwise bo.
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r bom Ilmxois. A letter from a friend, dated
Bureau Co II... says:
i um uiaauini iiere, mn naiu ucen laming wiin
tho people individually, on tho slavery ipjcstiun.
I find quite a froe Boil feeling, and a general cx-
olamntion nentnst the Nebraska bill. Thev seem
casting about to know what licxt to do. I told
thorn, 'Down with tho Uniou, and go fur A Northern
totnkawell. This morninir I ohiained n .iiWi-.I....;
to the Bugle, and if I do not get off soon, will try
ui ijii.. uii iiimo otiv i (jii,
" Vours, L H-
"An honest confession i, good fr the soul."
The lion. Samuel Hnuat on, cx-President of TcX;l,,
uud now one of her Senators, in his great speech,'
snvs: "AVas tho acquisition of Texas constitution-'it
;-o, sir, n was nor. il was a mcro net ol
in 4I.A n.l nr I.!.!. ,2....... . .
VU V. .HIT. UUI TJI IIIIIUUl-
compromise precisely such as tho compromise
which this bill proposes to repeal. But Texas is
in, and you ennnot thrust us out; nnd that is the
wholo or it. But it is nut constitutional."
Thoro aro now rcsidinir in San Francisco, near
1,500 colored persons, who own property to the'
amount of l,(XKJ,bOO. Generally spouking, titer
aio civil and industrious. Thoy belong to
class "who onunot tako caro of theimolvee."
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Tho Treasurer's ofliciul statement -reports the
ni.i, ,,. ..I ,,r u... i!,.. I'., ;in, i s;i,,i n...,
, amimnt of spcuia ;u lll0 luheil guUcs Depository
t 4-iu ooo OUO J
C4yCuba next! Olliciul and sciiii-oflicial J.,ur-
''s tbo II 'mhiuylun Vnlcn nud tho Journal nj
voinrti'iix iiiiiioiiiieii ino oian. a wo coiiiiusiou-
ers, say Dallas of Pa., And Couu of Gn are to be
sent to Madrid : tlicv aro to bo authorised to treat:
with tlio Siaiiisli Government for tho Island, and
to oiler for it, two, even three hundred millions of
I Dollars. Tho Piesi.leiit will ask Cu!igro.s for
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!!"'. to tlils end. this month tho 12th uf Juno,
. .1... .1... 11...1 i- il :. I ll v... i....
IS thu duv liKOil. Willi, it mav I. n all so but but
weather, cholera and yellow fevor will protect Hvl
vnna during the suunner. Moauwliilo w heie is
tho .Vo-i i Leadtr.
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V. S. SNATIltt R0l M.tS.l('lirSEtTS. BosToS,
S!..t.,r,l.ii .1.... a a lil 'I'l.n ,li,vnrnii l.'id ilt..l
I pointed the Hon. Julius Rockwell of Pittslield I'
I S. Senator, in slue of tho Hou. Kdwnvd Kvcrctt,
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"um -"",ra' """ ",m -:!"'
! the Massachusetts House of Representatives. Ilo
' ia a progressive Whi
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nmi oi iiijru moral cimrnc-
Tie Slxyk ExTR.vuiriox.-We learn that John
m i-oarson. r.a.. tho lessee lot l.nn:? hurt, re
. uaraon, r.nu., mu iujmju 01 i.ooir 11 nun, ro -
I ful0(J t0 hliow .j1,., to bo ll9c,i'?r ,i10 rcmo -
, vnl or the slave. J ho wharllngcr of r wharl, who
i I.., (bruin nrniniRns foi- ,hn lutonnM ttWhnli, non.nl,.
let ttiniio premises lor tho business wttnont consult-
ing tno proprietors, was promptly iiiscimrgeu inst;
evening, but was this morning provided ictlh
place in the Custom llnnac.
6siyIf A mCnibcr of Congress from ttni South
oppose tho sentiments of his constituents, he is
deuounced as a "traitor. II a northern member,
I opposes northern sentiments he is a "patriot," and
national is prenxou n ins untie, which, rotten
iu its npplicd signification, moans simply a north -
crn dough-face. We prefer uationnl men who in -
ClUdO tho north III moir gnogrnpny 01 inouttuon.
The Album Journal unswers and asks i Is it
t tiuio ",, drair a line and line up to if, letting the
china Hn where thru tillf" The lleprcacntntives!
r... ii. Vi.IN t'io havri heen reereunt hu
t nuestion should bo spurned by a swindled constitu-
while tho true men-who "voted right dvory
time -should oo susminca. j nis is wnui slavery
does. Audshall mxrnovf do loss tiiougnttiii :
A Nkw CournoiiisB Puoisjsku. Give ip fnt
Doi'unrACES ixsTEAn or rnt Slaves, It is rosucct-,
Thut, in nil cases whoro the owner s claim to a
fugitive lirts been reghhirly o.stablishe. before tho
proper (l ibdnul. the citizens uf tho place where tlift
arrest mny pe mane stiaii nnvo ino light to stltisti-
found. In nliice of snid lu.'itive. w-ho Shall tlioridirl
bt fully nnd eutiioly emancipate. I front slavery,
and the wluto man carried off in his place.
Il is boliovivl, that if this can bo carried oui !(
have a moat haiiny and suothini; effect on the
i,ipnnilo miml-and, ir. .iicssrs. r.dilom, it shonld
meet your Approbation, nloaso.advoV.Ali) it in yoi
nlora ,,atform on which the Whigs have so recent-'
XnsK Fii.liso Up. 't he Savannah Sentinel, j
published n the western border of Missouri; savs 1
the scttliiw in Kansas Is "obi t'tl tnrll'T.' It'
" Hundreds of cl.'.lr.ls Arc' already t.ik
. - cj. . . ..... . .,
1 of cl.'.lr.ls rirt: already taken ftp 1
nosuo ci. 4ospv.il, ami A meeting hi mo seiners
held. Not a day pAMi'i but now additions are ,
and A inciting nl tlie settlers
pAMi-1 but now additions are,
maile to the number, Tlie Indian Agent has is-1
sued a proclamation njrainst trespassing on Indian
lands, but little heed is paid to il. Tho " W0r!t
gees bravely on." Nor do ll.e hardy pioneers
fecm to fear the "cold steel of the bayonets'' with
which they wero threatened la-t fall. Impatient'
of tho unreas-jiiaUo ili-lavof Ouernniert in et'm-
guishing Indian titles and ornnir.iog tho T.irritory. I
Iho rroi-i.s lnive determined to lake the matter in '
their own lirthdrr. TI.e npnprintion was msde!
mora than a jear ajo. and time ctinngti elupsed for'
something to ho Hone. The mi.r nro now on tlic'nn,!
It is as we predicted. Nor can tin- move-
m-nt be nrrc-tc. 1.
: at al.inet olncer ol,n-rvi-a
no i s iasi ih . w hi i.i nt i ii. nmriiin. "utf w e i .it-1
,. , -. - . "VI- . '
,cmP ,0 to" 1",,'k 11,0 tnrrHits of Niagara as to.
furio l.aelt llm ...... nr.l ... ni-.l. ..f l . A .... . . I.
...v v.. ..... v ...... v, ,.,v .. ...
T... v.,, r.,evv r..v. vr... r... .sit.....Anu '
.. . I ..,' ' I
and adopted tho following resolutions unanimously.,
They are certainly nnito discordant with tho Haiti-,
1. UesoJved, That tho passage of the Ncbrnska
ami Kansas bill clerlv indicates tlie purpose nt tlic
friends of slavery to v'rnpasnto. confirm and dilTusn
! lhat national sin ami shame, In violation 01 uic
letter nml spirit of our bund of union, which was;
tho blessings or libe'rty to ou
.1. ........ i ... .1.. i.i .., i...,itf . m.M.
il"iiic' I'lttuii; ui'i u
selves nnd our posterity,
. . , , .,, ... tic.
Rcsohed, Th.it WO will maintain and defend
the hue purposes of our national compact; we vv;
imiB iiu mora coinproiii'scs wmi immn ,
leeogt.ize no law that aids nud sustains slavery ; wo
will resist the introduction ul sluvery lino . corns -
' .." "y twilory now free i and will now
!"1," 'fvs-resi.l 'I'iss.on ot ll.e .lavo -tatcs
,IU0 ,no 1 nlon-
' n. l!ns,.li n.l Tl.ni tnr il.o fni nfrf llm Smith must
i,il,i,..ro..rii...lf ...L k ,,r r ii. ,.euli.r i.nmertv
I supply its own bloodhounds and doughfaces. The,
freemen of the North design to, and sri ''crtitdi,
!ouf nml exterminalo tlio breeds.
i- ..... . . ... . ,
""""V'I. u. .
risis a crisis overriding all former party distiiic-
nous nc ucrcny picn-roiirseiics ns ui.,i.t n. uiv
tions f hereby pledge ourselves ns soldiers in tho
Vn,!" uf f"l"' wo inscribe " Free Men, I roe
u)m a(l(, Kro ,ulo ur,n uur t(umcr ttuj enlist.
I, r I IO W lo il War.
llnniE inter has been snoken of ns a eandi-l
.l.in r..r iin,-K,i. ,.r sr.iu. T.i, L ,.. i.s .i.j..is.1 I..
1, . ,,
arty of 1 rogrcss.
THE BOSTON SLAVE CASE.
1 aro uiuoteou. omnpauies of cavalry and tho divis
left, lionary corps of CudeU Hn all about 1500 men.
thoil1"!1141 hS 1,10 Supromo Court of M-issachusatt.
i Porddof tho Chief Justice cited.
rapidity through the city. Tho police force on
agUard uronnd the Court 'Houso immediately nnd
I quietly cleared tho smiare.
; uiouige i uiioud cheers, while anotlior portion gave
expression to their fceligs by groans for Commls
will ! sions Iring.
Thk Pr.iM.XKR. On Friday morning all the
avenues leading to Iho court room wcro guarded
with redoubled visilcnce. nnd every rjerson who
offered lo enter was serutiniied vervclosolv None
but those belonging to tho Marshal's guards report-
. " mimners oi inc bnr, i-icuus ot
. . r
' ouiiie. ami n lew inner nri ncfpii ennrai-ier. were,
j sibilUy weig g n him.
i in; i'i:ci iiiiN. l ommisaioticr lioring then read
i the following decision :
The issue between the parties is under the Fugi-
! ,,v !,"l.vo nn" the respondent urges that tlnsi
statuto is unconstitutiomil.
I. .1 I .
duty to examine the elauso
i The nrrest is a ministerial act. When an otKeer
e"'y provides tor (he discretion of the ofliccr. lti.
itlnn is the only purpose of the stntutc, it Ap-',
lhat the ohjectloii that this is UllConstitutioll -
at is unfounded.
If the poweniKcdiiva Commissionerofthel'nited,
State, is uneonslitutfoiiHl; then wero tho powers
cheil by Smt, elHeers under tho Act of 17l.3,
elves the record of tho State cf Virginia tho fuff
power nni lorcc in coneiusivo cviuence. no nrsi
i " ...... w.'...t.- n...... ... ,UU
..n I ..I I1....,..... .knll .....U.a nfT...,, ..''
Stuto processes, and this description
made. The constitutional question has been set
tled by tribunals whoso decisions wo are bound to
The record-issued according to the 10th section
is strictly in accordance with t'uo Constitution.
Tho Act of ISoO has been decided as coustitu-
I It is said the statute, if eonstitutionul, is wicked
ii is saiu ino swtutc, ii eonstitutionul, is wicked
' nl,a cria.l. Tho sumo obieoiions worn brouuht
. . .. . .. ,- V .. , , .
j ..Vit tho act of 1793 The uestion
u iaisiiiioiioi i,w. me iUisuon
W iltiluer It
is harsh and cruel, says 0. J. Marshal, U not for
The CiitniiiiHNinnnr i.aino mi nt 0 nVliwtt nrociMplv.
twr;.. i .1 ....... 11a T .r. .
1 presseJ dowt by a deep sense of ll.e heavy resnon-!
us to u. tciiiiiu. It Is suid, being wicked, good men
might not to cngago in enforcing it. 1 lliiuk thej
is coiisiituiionul. and it remains for me to
apply it to the ease.
11 is..laimcd lliut
Anthony Burns is a fugitive
; That tho said Anthony ows service And labor
, to t-hurlus I . buttle, m irguuu
The.-e two facts appear from tlio rocord, and Ate
I il.. i r .i.. :i ..?'.
. ooiise-juontly removed from tho cousideration of
' tlie ( ..iir!
H'O third remains. Tho identity of the prisoner,
Tho testimony of Brent is direct and pusitivo, from
his own personal knowledge,
un ttio other hand, niiincrous witness of unun-
peaohed integrity, swear positively and direct, ns to
,j. l.i.,,,:, ' '
. J '
Instances of Conflict of testimony are not unusual
uiu uiiu ui i roiL-ssor ii ensier iiiriusiieo a mem
But in all cases of conllict of tos-i
timony, there is aIwavs ono poison whose testimo-
, DT is conclusive that of thourisoner himself.
Commissioner repented the ovidenoo of Burns
To him these admissions continued iu his mind be
yond a doubt tho tostimony uf Brent, nnd estab
lished the identity of Burns.
un the. jam and law in the cae I eonmder the
claimant entitled to a certificate fnnt me fur hit r
As soon as the decision of Commissioner Lorinc
: .7.- to.' . .1 . 7,.i ,- i . V:. ,1
wa r;iven tho intelligence tlew with lightening like
iho company of C. b. Artillery strttloncd there
. with A brass field place, planted in full range of tho
si(uaro to Court street, then wont through ihu mu-
tions 01 louiline and preparing for what service
might be required of them.
ureiw crowns were gathered around the Court
, House, and Court, Washington and States streets,
- which have been constantly argumenting since
moruiiig. J noir presence puts uu entiro stoppage
on business aud almost eomplotcly blockades the
! travol iu theso great aveniiesi
w wHvwa uuu oiui ssi 1. 1 vj iiliiilt in uni ini'
At Iho ofnedof llio Comnlomecaltk newspaper,
tho American enni'-n was unfurlml. nln-i.n.r..,l in
I f...l !..
deepest mourning, with streamers extendin- to
bnildnigs nl Court slreet.
The display of military nn the
ino ciiy mo cam-day appearance. The entire
Boston Brigtido uro under arms, and tho sovoral
companies Lave turned out unusuullv full. TliCra
companies have turned uut unusuullv full. There
lo ciyneu turn out with ovwr lijJ guns. The
brigado was retiewea by Sliyor Own. Edmund's At
10 o'clock. The Suffolk Brass hand aro norform-
ing iur ino iiigm vrugoons, And the Jloslou UrAss
. WltOU tno dtHdsion Wils miula Irnnwn iri tiu
crowd outsido the Court House, a (tortiou of tlioni!
An empty coffin has been raised on the Com-
vnnr'mnuwcailli boililin. 1 m ali.in lii'lli wers rnnL-
i.i i ,."...,. .,. j rt
t luiiuiium ociore o ciock, auu ine nre uDiiir
lawf SillcFM,l. Jhi Lancers are f rmrd in fiontl
Mai Gen. Kiiiiiund nnd staff, the Lancers, audi
the Independent Cndef , v. I'd had been st.itioficd
nr,,n, t,e Court House and in front of City-Hill,
Irhmcliitely nf,?r tli ,u;ir1 stationed with liurii,,
h''.-d off down Williums C.iul i.ml j.n.uJ the rcarj
,,f tlie cseort aS it enti-red Si it'':
The prisoner was placed between twj olli-.wrs
nnd inarebed in 1lio centru of a hollow K;o:ff.
f.mf, ,y l0 special deputies' under tho I'. S.j
Marshul, which oecupld (he centre of tho es' .rt
i,roeee.l..d toward T wharf. At the foot of wl.h h
of tl,0 i-utrnes was complete. Of e.air'C, an
attmdc uimjii tlie cnard would li.no resulle l in a
ii1"- e.i.vi vim i.i i.oni if nan, cavf" i.
Bmans and hisses. Cheers were iriv. n fr 1)
toi."""1;, """""" ."' ""
nmtter ntood at Imlf-pftHt
Tho fugitive's marler, Cul. Siiltlo, and Mr. Burn;
staiute i were on board of the cutter, and huiu gouo wiih
The JnGntlry companies arc
Ri rt. Tiktn tb Tli Str.iir.-Al
jmut twin. -Uk, Uuriis wa removed in'in iiiecouri
il .... . I ,.f I H. Arlillervmeli
nl Marines, aided by n:i immense posse of spec-:
deputies sworn in for tlie occasion, .is me
j,.pn(ies sworn ill tor tlie oei-iu
nmcessu.n move! from the Court 11
procession move! from tho Court Ilunsc, it Us.
.rreeted wiili erofii.r.
the steamer Cuneral Tavlor wa lyin in readiness.
lo re.viie him.
r ... . , i. .i r .........r i. i:.
j --""-j mo " (i-.-- -
militurv, no intcrrupiiou to the pn-i.-e-sion o- cur-
r,.,, nff i- U3U .iiveillll, ?lin r l-n- .lll.l. II
I r...l .1 . . "...i- .1
into the street near t!io ' l.'mmnnwtnU uttic r.r.d
...... .I.-....i.. .i.-.. ...... ...i i r
ng tho rouli) tho escort was salutud .villi miii
hisses and cheers.
No decidedly hostile demonstration
"siruciion el iiuinan ii if.
fu"itivo and his escort loft the Court
iiouse, ino wont iia-iscd instantly t own t ip line.
and there was a general rush for" eligible positions
""";nK inoso w no leol iiot been kept baulc by the
poluo and military. At tho siiino iustant the
oiuo.-r ..-um lavior
p if fed up to T wharf, ready
I As Ore fu3itiic an fh:s" guards passed upon th.
s. earner leveml hundred persons who had nssrin.'
rceieve ntr p x..-,C!iiors.
I .1. Tin
i .... , I ,. I ...... .... i r it-i m I
nll, nud proans for luring and Hallett.
Twice or tliree times, persons called
proidciit Pierce, which wore irien.
for groans for
. After Washinirtuii street had been cleared
bWi, haU ntl ,o ,e SPVer:ll miriUr. t(,m
patli(., werB .tnliono.1 in the street, leading from
i 'o street. 1 Ins was nil djne uuietlv. iLrie
nuinbers of persons were at the timo on the steps
I and roofs of tho ( ustiro House, The windows and
doorways in tl.o vicinity of Long Wharf were
l;r(uT".1 -u,'nc" a . y '""I"
" ',,H" sr ' i' i V ........
and the report wiu circulated that it was fruui here
, tnO lllglllve WAR IU bC tllKCII.
At tl,0 t-me ,lf tcnlncr ,t0,n 'J'aMur waa King
in toe stream, with l.-cr steam up, renly to go hcn
j ,;lt. stream, with her
Rtl(! ,,( lc walllcj. 'j
,10 vLdiiity wore throng
Tbo ridings of vetsels
ed with spectators. Long
IHimii whs nuii, clear 01 iivuijr itjuiiib, if. iiooui
hnlf-pnst V2 o'clock. At about that hour, the.
"Dlack Maria," with paupors for Deer Islu d,
...I...C Tl..... i I r .1.
"UiacK .nana,' with paupors
passed down, nnd created somo sensation,
...m niIIH.II IIU 1111 I'lio.-,-.! It, t.OUIII.11'.-', UIV 1 M III i.
m u h knccs ' j VM pulcJ , ly ,
'crowd, just in season to prevent being mn over.
! Mo,t of. the occupants of stores ou Long wha-f
icioscu uieir aoors ai i o ciock, anu uut iuiio uusi-
was being dofic, and ninny of them wisheJ to
"h"w imr dotestatioii or the deed aboutto bo con-
t.Rjrts huve been making during tlift wliolo forc-
no"" t purchase Hums, but they have Loco uns'dc-
will listen lo no fimnositions
-' - " . ...
until the f.i
i placed on board the Cutter.
to this llurns' friends demur, and iu this position
statel that tho military!
7 " ' -
i he steamer John Taylor conveys the fugitive to
tho l S. cutter, Morris, and Is to tow tho latter
unJrn 11,0 harbor.
I.m'Iiunts. Ii is rumored that A uiovcmeiit is
, ... . ,
OrviLlll-2IIKP n t.T.lw.1.!..! ll.n l,.,l..,v will.
viow io rescue iliirns. the fiiiiitiio . W A la
..i .. i . . -. ... i i- ..i
alnount of money h'as been Contributed for this
,s Wendell l'hilllns And Tho'ckWf Purlttr vvSre
Io'.,v'"K ,l,e Court llouso, somo ono iu. the oniwdi
':,,l,1,1 "ut' "There go the murderers of Uatcheldor."
I no speecn came near exeiliug a porsoual encenn-
', ., . . . , . . ' -, '
. !''? "'"'.ssmner referred to Burns' coiifess-
j J ,e?i J in,". , , at io j"tiiia I. '
0y rXK "n M ,,,, teen
tmnsferred from the steamer to the revenue cutler
i..rris r.i.., u i.;,. ...... k ..... ..-..io ..
atartc.I. the steamer towinir tho cotter Goin.il
of the Court Jlore.
I"" iu Sm, "'I'c',
down tho harbor. Burns appeared much depressed
ino, I s:lij th'Ht ho should never see Boston
, . , I . . . n
again, and it mndo him fuel bad to part with so)
many frlcuds. Somo person, to cucourage him
perhaps, remarked to him that his friends would
did uot think they would. He seemed considerably
elated when the excitement in tl.o city was alluded
i.'iiy mm. jiurns shook his head, and sum that he
to, and said, " Tliere was lots of folks to see a col
ored man walk through the streets."
r ,w" """ I'aiu uiirii.iinn
I attention. Ono man brushed his clothes, which
..,......,.... i i. ...... ... i i-......: i.. ...
Tho pcoplo on board tho cutter paid Burns every
I n.....t-ui.v uua. T, nun iiiriin mivuuusiii ru-
i marked that he liidu t got a sixpence lo pay tor the
Burns to Alex mdii i
Tl.n .Inn.).,.. I. ....... I ittn ..lln tr.U r1 ll.h I. .. T-l .. .v
.i r ,.u m:.....' I ..-I.... ....i :.. . ..i....i.'
, .-. o "... Hl.w.l, Ul l,n.i.i .... u viWVK,
the cutter hoisted sail, the tow-line was thrown till',
and tho vessels parted eompnny;
Tans ends it. But it is only the beginning oft
i.- i m-i ... .i . i. -.- iji !.?.
attoniiiled to bo enforced, it may bo in A locality
wliero the goveriuiicnt has tiot legions of nruie l
Irishuieu at eouiinaud to ouforco its iniiiuitous luws.
EXHIBITION AND PIC NIC.
AT THE MARLBORO UNION SCHOOL.
Tho Annual Exhibition of tho Marlboro' Vniou
School, will tako nlaeo on Fmncv. tho ltjih of Jiinn.
The exorcises will commence At 0 o'clock, A. M.,
and continue through the day.
At noon tho school will adjourn to a neighboring
grove, for a pio nic.
All are invited to Attend tho exhibition, and join
- the pio nic. A band of musio will be p-icsaut.
TREASURER'S REPORT FOR THE LAST
J. McMILLAN, TREASURER.
Receipts of the Bugle the Week ending June 7.
i Caleb Greene, Hudsou,
j Robocca Sattorlhwnitt, Sinithflcid,
nuvid It Millard Alliance
Hannah .M. Oarretson, Uermudian,
Josse .uarktiam, Daicm,
Amlreir Ktiinlcv. liastlncs. '
! n ti.i..,.ji Now Garden.
J ' .. .
Kxra B. Miller, Rome,
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OHIO AND PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. TRAINS GOING WEST.
Mail Train Ic.tvcli Pittsburg at ftX) A. M.
. ... .. j SALK.m; 11,0.1 A. M.
-' ' " arrives ntCrmitline 5,S0 P. M.
Kxnress Train leaves Pittsburgh at ,I0 P; M.
" u ' SALKM t.iK) P. M.
" arrivos At Crtsflintf If, SO P. il.
b'cjoiid Bsptcssy loitv Salem nt 5,30,' A, M;
TRAINS GOING SAST.
M.lil Trniuluaioa Crestline At 2.!W -i.' M.
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. " " urrirus at Pittsburgh H..T0 P. M.
' Second Lxpresa, Icit Salem' n 0,-t1,' P. M.
. i .,,.',.
u' Salem, offers nt private sale, his FaViw, contain
j '"J! ,l" acres, situated but a .IV.rt d's'nce from the
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.. . . i. i.
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'. C''""'ding the best view be-,
tween rialc'in Bllil Alliance. I hu firm is woll
watcreil, with nunicrous Spring nnd running
btreanis, adnpted to growing grain or grazing; Au
OrrHnrd of iib'onl SOt rruitTrvcs,'
most of which are bearing. .The location is nn-'
equaled in tho Country for toaf;h und Be&uiy. "
Also a Nl'hsxkv, containing from
,15,000 TO 20,0f0' GUAFTKD APPLK TttEFs".
. . K. THOMAS.
Salem, April 6th, 185 l.-3w.
TO YOUNG WEN.
Pleiaant xno PRoriTsni.A E.nnx)yiirxT. Young'
Men in every neighborhood may obtain hculthful.
. pleasant, nnd prohtablo employment, by eniraging
I in the sale of useful and popular Books, And can
vassing lor our valuable Journals, tor terms anil
pArUculurs, address, post-paid,
I l-nu-l el
10WLKRS t WKLLS.v
Xo. 30S HioadKaii, Xck York.
P. S. All Agents who engage with us will bej 1
' '0l'uruJ fr" ""' posstotlity ot loss, white tlio proliU ,
derived will be vory libtrul.
April 29. IKjiVHw. ,
Hit. JIATTISON'S new: improved felf-uiiply.
ing IIosl Syringes; can be had at J, .MiMI LI.AN'S
BiK.k Sto e, Snicni. Ohio;
April 2V, I-0.-3t.
JoO BOOK AGENTS WANTED.'
ToScllPictoriuIand Useful Works for tho Tear 1854:
$1,000 DOU. iim A YE. lb;
WANTKD IN KVKUV SLCT10N OF THK
'CN 11 HD STATUS, active and enterprisine tnen.
to cugago in the sale of somo of llm bfcsl Bonk
published in the Country. To msn pt good address,
possessing a small capital uf from jip o U'O, such . ,
luducoiiiout will bu oD'ored as to cuablu llieui to ,
make frmu ?3 to $ i a day profiti ;
ft--'!' ho Books published by us are all useful in
their character, extremely .popular, and command, ,
Ur: sales, wherever Utey avre oS'crod.
ior t'irrtlier panic jlars, nddresm, (post age paid, v
Ki tli I. Ill pt.Aliti, JliLUtktr, ,.
lol, William Street, New-York.-
, i ATTAt ll.ni..'T KOTICK. , !
At my instance,' an attachment waa tin's dny . ,.'
issued against the property and effect of Henry s
(Joy, Jr.. an bhoiirting dhtnr, hy Geo. W. Wilwtm . j
, Eht)., a JustUss of tha I'oara e' th Township of ..
, Perry, Cob' Co..' Ohio. Tho amount c'imod ky su - i
1 under said attachment isJJI.W. .... .
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