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T II E A N T I - S L A V E 11 Y D U G E E .
FROM THE LECTURING FIELD.
"After a storm odium a cnlin," as tlie old siying
declares. And what n bleoiii it is to hmo n
culm succeeding sin;li a political storm ns lm
recently desolated the hind. Men are now begin
ring and only beginning to recover Irom ihe
fTect of llio IVe-ti lential campaign. The exoite
Client that fired their blood t(i more tli.iu fever liont
has measurably nubsided, and the dreams nl
duliriinu have given pluco In the eihiiustion shidi
ever follows unnaturally stimulated eff.nt. Reason
lias begun to resumo her gnnv, mid many of llie
mud politicians who, a month since, would tif
their enrs, nnd run upon us trying, "Oient is
Diuna of the Union," nre now somewhat prepared
to listen to onr facts nnd itrgumetits.
It is well, lion over, lint to ho tjo sanguine, nnd
expect 'thiit with the cessation of the storm will
disappear nil murks of in ravages. ThofO now
repentant non-jurors, w ho had not enough Indind-
ual niimli I to stand by their own principles In
the midst of teiiiptuiioii. but bartered conscious
integrity for n worse tlnin useless vote, will not
come forth undefiled by political associations.
They will find their strength is lessen-d nnd their
mrnl influence diminished; nnd it will reo,nirc
a long continued oXtrt on their part, to ciiubh
them to regain the ground they voluntarily nbitn
fhmnd. And there nre tho politiciil nbnli-
tiunists tho anti-slavery portion of the He
publican party they firt 'stultified themselves,
nnd then labored to prevent others from going H
to a higher pnsiti n thmi thnt which they came
down to occupy. They talked themselves hoarse
to glorify the Union. nnd labored more for its saint-
tion than they did for the solvation i f lour million
of slaves from its grasp. The murks of compiainUs
are written all over them, uno. in ueneve 10111. mej
retain their former measure of self-respect, would
.lie to nttributo to them a letharnio conscience.
But there is another sido to tlio picture, and one
that encourages to labor. Old party lies have
leen weakened ; tlio attention of tho Norihtrn
people has been aroused, they have bocome acqaint-
ed with many important nnti slavery facts, nnd
been made to feel oven though it be but P
t.iflingextent-thet.ecessity of opposing the slave
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power. Now is tl.e tune f.r non-juring abnlmni.-1
4aiH to create in tho minds of tho people a true,
ni.d to so rnfi ice ll.e di ctril e id individual
responsibility, ns to bring thrm 1 1 a practical
reprobation of the present American Union, nnd
induce the formation of a government that will!
secure the rights nf nil. It is time that the author
.ity of tho American branch nf "The Circunilneii
tion Office" should l e denied, and its lessons nl
"How n t to ilu ii" be forever repudiatel by all
w ho love d eed. ni.
To do what wo could to bring about such a state
cf thiiiKS was the object of a brief tour, made by
theeditoi of Kit- 1! tg.o and myself to soino parts
nf II irrisoo, C.nmll, and Tuscarawas comities.
Wo held nieetiiigs nt Leosville. New Market.
Pern sville, Uriciisvilht, and M isters ille. Though
we h id at i.ono of ihe pla. es as I irgn gathcrii g-
we desire 1. our aiidieiices wero attentive, and
we h ive reason to b'lievo that good was accom
plished. The only puldw opposition we had in
m eeting was at Pcrrysville.w here a little friendly
discussion was united in with oiie, who, while claim
ing the Constitution as negatively aiiti-sUveiy.jusi-ified
himself in voting lor the Republican candidate
to execute it as positively pr.i slaverv. Whe'-tiei
we 111 ail u clear to him tho inn insistency of his
position, I cannot say, ' ill think tho audience saw
that his preaching and practice were itv iri 111 0.
At Masterst ille the United Hivthrui. bad just j
finished ami dedicate 1 a meeting hose, and wen
Carry ing 011 a protracted meeting. They were so
busily engaged in trying to save souls, that they
had uu ti in 0 to spend against the system thai
degrades boih sou! ailhily. They bavo a Lbs
cipline tint rea ls souni'i hal am!-. I.iiery-wise, ami
they probably expect salvation through this article
in tlieir faith, rather than by anti-sl ivcry works
Having never witin'Ss'M the operations of the p-.ip
nbir soul s avii g practice, I stepped in to one ul
their ruiiv il ineeiiugs.ai d though tbeir npiratinii,
nppearc 1 to suit tiio teiiiperauicnt, mid meet the
wiiius of soni'i ir,.ent. tuey rc ilii'd to mo the
idea of "coni'usio.i worse cotifouudcd. ' Half 11
doxen or nioie 111 .timers were bcaiiug tho bench
and screaming, iihil as many of tho church
111 -milters u'ero engaged in praying, each on his
imJi ilu il i-..'-;mo-i iilny, and wit li an apfiaieni
determination to make tho loudest noise. When
pravinggivo place to singing, luirnioiiy was for
gotten lor strength, and the entire congregation
joined in the etloit. I was glad to remember that
I had Houiewhei'd read that tho Loid was Hot in
the whirlwind, or 10 tho fire, but that his spirii
came in the still, small voico.
Wa were at Uriclisvillo immediately precrcding
a great Ke ublii'iiii celebration ; and a good many
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pri.iiiisuo. 1110 mince, .un iicu supper, una 1
suspect that the bind quarier of bear s utcat which
was to bo served op at the 1 liter, possnssed, lor
sonie of 1. 10 111, more altrncliolis than any theory
of disunion wo cuid present. H"mZtlicy designed
celebrating, I could not precisely ascertain. Per
haps they are as philosophical as tho sailor who
fell from tlio iiiizzen-ii..ist and broke his leg, and
who,-instead ol deploring his misfortune, thanked
God that it was not his neck. The celebration
operated, of cour-e,somew hat against our meeting,
and there was one fact connoeted with our expe
rioncb there, that I think I never witnessed be
fore ; thero was not on) woman present in tho
Hall. Whether the women of Unebsvillt) were
ignorant of the fact that nearly two millions of
their sox are held in slavery in this land, or
whether they thought it would bn going out of
thoir appropriate sphere to labor for tlieir release,
or whether they li id eume other reason fur their
absence, I canno; say.
Wc obtained, in our travels, lomo subscribeis
fur tlio Bugle, picked up a few donations, nnd
made collections for the Fair. In all our efforts
we were greatly assisted by our friend, John M.
Holmes, whose labors iu his neighborhood nro
wore effectual, because continuous, than those of
any anti-slavery speaker who visits there. One
such local preacher within each ten miles square
would soon aholiiioitize tho rural districts nf Ohio.
Who that has heretofore been idle will volunteor
to go t.nd do likewise f
As to other incidentsof travel than those con
nected with the anti-slavery cause, we met with
none espeoinlly worihy of reeurd, if I except our
ride upon the Carrol ton Rail Road, which I shall
rotorve fur a separate chapter nest week.
B. S. J.
Ohio Editorial Cunvintu'N. The Fourth An
nu ll Meeting 1 I the Ouin Kd torial Assnciati m
rill be held at M iiisfield. oil (he 150th Anniver
sary of Franklin's biiihday.Jauuary 17tb, Do7.
There are six thousand colored peasnns in Cali
fornia, wbo nre estimated to own property valued
at three roilli-'cs of dollars.
, communities well know bow eagerly every s. rap ol
J parlor conversation, every excited Pnrniigue 011 the
stump, .- lood-toned dispute in the street-, is
treasured up by tlio negro and made tho burden nl
kit(.i(!l) Vllllmt ,. l)f ie .,.
if,,,, ,,t,eroiil had bel'alleii the pco;ilo nf Mi.-s-.it-ideal,
1 ri. and esi.ei iallv the slave bidding iiopul itimi, this
For a few weeks past a number nf Southern .
ioumiils huvo been burthened with rumors .f in
surreotions, the bntiis of which seems to have been
in the fears of the people, Hanging Hi.d floging
have lailcd to elicit positive pi oof that an ii.snr
reclion was thought of. But will the Richmond Kn
ot, irur reiterate tho assertion it inndo a few weeks
ugu, "that servile insurrections were almost un-,
known in the past, and need not uo ureaaea in me
For the past month the journals from different
Southern Suites have been lillotl w itii niimnei ns ,
alarms respecting eotitempbiled rising of the lie- j
urn popubuioti. In Tennessee, in Missouri, in :
Virg'tna, nnd in Alabnina so in mincnt Ims been ,
deeini'd tliu ibmger, thnt thu liiui-t severe measures j
uaie neen auopien to prevent uiuir coiin-iini nm j
i.r visiiiiiii ut'.er inghl, to suppress tlieir cusioiiniiy
atteiiilaiicu at iieie-libni huuil preuehiiigs, and keep i
a vilijr.uil wmcli upon their in nements, by an 1-;
cient pAtroliug system, this is Rssiirmlly a most
biuii'iitnlile eoiiitition fnr the slave Suite s lor imtli-1
iiiit caiisus such terror upon the uliiiitiitioiis us the
liaru su-pici'.n ol these insurrection-..
In calling attention to the fieoioney and increase
of the reporied plots on the pai l ul tl.e bbue p"p-
bttioii within the past year, we design not so niiich
to cpt-ak nl tin. ineasuros whic.i have ben found
necessary for their repression, as to point to one
great '.-a use v liich lias more than nil instigated
Iheiu. nnd thnt is the banelul ngitatinn ol this
slaicry iiiesiion by every dein iogue in the slme
Siates, w'liu wishes to aqiiire traiiciciit noteriety.
In .Missouri, especially, have wo lelt the cif-cts ol
thin slavery agitation and s'livery extension poli. y
upon tho part of the nullilication (action, w In.
have soiiglit to float intn power and i.fliio by eon -
tinual nxc'uiiig the passions of men. and provokmi;
iliscosion in regard to this theiin-: and wo veniuie
to us.crt tln.t in consequence thereof mote sbnes
have Ijeen iniluceil to escape from their masters,
moro desperate resolutions have been put into their
h "nd'tund mole gcnral insecurity et tailed upon that
species of property within the past .year than 1I11
sing any live years preceding. Slaveholder nre
hut now beginning to reap baneful consequences
ol the audience which has helm granted nl' late to
those deli vied politicians wh is only stock in trade
was slavery propnguiidisni. The ferment ixeiied
'in the minds nf their masters soon extended itsi li
to tho slaves for all who live 111 slave-hobling
iilone would bo sufficient ground to induce them 10
banish those pestiferous pol.t'cians from their re
gard, and visit upon them the lull weight of then
censure and condemn a-inii. No other means pre
sents itself nt 1:0 speedily giving peace to the coin
iiiiiuity. security to th" ruiuitry domicil, and elec
tion tti the cluiractt r nt the Slate, as the utter it
ptidiation nl the Atch.iisn'is and Si ringfellow s,uio
all O'hers nl that kidney w ho liaie disgraced our
coinuionu-ealth with impunity in thu past, ami
would lead our pen) (u into still more dnnum-oii
straits in thu future. MUsuitri Democrat, L)u-. 4.
NASHVILLE. Wednedsay, Dec. 10.
The City Councils of this city have passed a l-i't-directing
the employment, of 1111 a blitional police
loree, day and night: ho I. i, Ming negro schonls
and necto t'leaihiug; forbidding nil assent binges
f negroes alicr sunduwn ; aulh .1 izing the arre-t
of Ire') ncjrorts from uthur couu'ies, un 1 tlie arrest
of lien resident ncg'-oiss if f.oiud in suspicious cir
ctimstaoces. A groat ileal of uneasiness id lelt in
the city as well as in the country.
From the Clarksville (Penn) Chronicle, Dec. 10.
Tho excitement in regard to the nesjrocs h is in
a great measure subsided. Tho Vigilance Com
ounce has bet 11 labni ii usly engaged the greater
part nf the week, examining those implicated, and
in some cases haie inflicted well deserved castiga
iniii. iipun 1 nities ini) licstcd.
The report nl (he execution nf the fuur negroes
a'. Dover tneniioned in oor last, was premature.
, li iiigu sinurt ill at iimn six haie been bung at Do
ver, and 01111 at Dover Fin naco.
From the Louisville Journal.
The X lull 1 Insiuiiki tion We were shown a
leiter yesterday from Dality ette. Christian c unity,
which stales that six negroc were to be liunj
il.eiu- on the day the letter was written. The
Nashville Gizeuc, of Wednesday, has tl.e follow
A genlletiian just iirrivod from O illatin in
us that four male negroes are In be hung at that
place lo day. on account of their connection with
lie shite revolt.. A good many are still in custo
dy there, awaiting examination. It is to be Impel
mat no vi'ileiice will be done to any unless their
guilt is clearly proven.
From the Clarksville (Tenn) Chronicle
Tho discovery of the insurrectionary movement
of the slaves in this ami some adjoining c untie
has created no little excitement ; iiud, in the con
trariety nf reports incident to such a state nl
ihinirs it is impossible, at this tiuio to givea distinct
and reliable account of the extent id the plan, or
the means by which tlm bloody purpose was to
l ino been executed. Suflico it to say that evi
dent t! enough has been brought to light to prove
ihu existence nf tin extensile plan ul servile itt
suricciii.it. The voluntary inf irm ition of slam
in several localities, and about the same time, I 'd
to ii.M'sii uion : and tho discovery nf arms nnd
amuiiiiioit at various points, though in small quan
tities, the voluntary informers, so clearly disclosed
tnu t'Xisieii'.n ot tnepiot.tii.it tlio must cro lolou
.,, i,,l,l their assent.
A detailed statement of facts nnd circunist ui
cos wo shall not now attempt our chief niui be
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is i.ovT ion. nun ten or 11 iiozuti are uuner giiari,
nil of w li in have been arresie I upon inform .lion
of their guilt as principals in the undertaking.
Ues'nles these several haie been tried and whipped
be evidence not being sufficient to hang them. A' '
tho iron works below this, an we learn, n large I
number are bound and guarded, and nn Wc lues-1
nay 11 company leu nere to go to the assistance ol
a lew whites who nre in Ihe midslVf a large popu
lation of Able-bodied male slaves. Wo under
stand that four wero tn havo been hung at L) ivnr,
yesterday : nnd rumor reports that two were
whipped to death, a day or two previous. Neither
of these rumors have, as yet boon cm tinned ; hut'lie
iiie excitement is intense, uuu we 11 10 prepniuit to
hear of acts of summnry justice. In the confused
htato of current rpi rts, w e do not feel authorized
to say mure Htthis time, and shall close with a
hint that all this commotii.n is the legitimate re
sult of the agitation of the slavery question.
We clip from the Ernnsvilla Journal of Situr-i
day morning, the following startling news ot an'
encoded servile insurrection in Tennessee, und
clforts ot the people t i suppresn it. llie.o have
been slave rebellions anticipated, nnd considerable
excitement caused by the fear of them, in Ken-
tucky, Arkansas, Missouri nod Tennessee, all with-'
in Ihe pa-t two weeks, indicating it singular coin-
of feeling nnd purpose Bioong ihe sl.nes.
or an extension of conspiracy hardly less singular:
Wo had very serious mid ahirmintr reporis in!'"
our city last evening from the Cuinherlaiid river,
in reg'r'l to tho movements nf the blacks, und from
all we have heard, the excitement among the pen
tilo, through the middle district of Tennessee, is
iar greater and more eneriil than we supposed
when wo wrote the article in another part of this
morning's sheet Through w hat is called the I. on
District, on the Cumberland aril Tennessee rivers
there are Irom 8.000 to 10 000 slaves oinploied it
the iron works; thoy are there congregated in large
numbers, working in tho various labors nf mikiiio
charcoal, digging ore, nnd tend'ng the furnaces, in
gangs, mostly by themselves, with a few w hues
for general oversoers. There nve many nf these
works situated within a few miles of each other,
ami in sections that havo few whit inhabitants
All these oil curustanees give the blacks great
facilities tn plot and combine for insurrection, il
the hellish spirit be otic awakoned among them.
There is now conclusive evidence that such a spirit
hii been at work in tbie Iron region, and plan
ha been tel on loot lor a general rising this Christ-
inns, w her. tl.rv "hull havo it lined the uiiliiniteil
Iiecdoin of roaming hikI Irnlickmg lloil is nlwtits
granted them f1 r t r the hnliihr.s. A gentleman
u lm mi-i in d I -i si u. t-uittg intoi m ns linn ul I loivr,
i'ii Hie CuiiiLt t land, they hud i l'tiiiiH'd Ma li en
deuce us b ll no ib uhtof u u ide-snrcud cniispii acy
existing in tlmt iicighhurhiKd. nnd that, a number
ol the riii) leaders bud l i en tliscuveii d and arrest
ed; mid thm clctini of them hud been hung by the
excited l li tut Ul in ul t-; mirI that niiioiig llio e nnesteil
.,, (l ,,L,r, , ,,,,( ,p(.,. ; (,u li..inl
m un innuilis, ulit loot tilitats pnsiu.-u as a icgro;
li t nil his arrest was f.iuinl In be A white man
. , li- 'i
pniii ted mid disguised as a negro.
Our iiiloruuiiit say, the people being satisfied
lllt 10 ,( ,HVII il,,. ,nme ioomt and iiirt i:ilur
' t ti lehellioiis desi- s nflhe bl acks, took him
(ll ,,e ,v,jHi ,,, ,y t, unuiiiiiious i nndLMiiiiatioii
,, ,I1H0 .,,,.,,,,, ,e VM ni-nteneed In receive
iata -- la-l.es; and Unit bo expired i.!'oic
,eiuihv Innl t een lullv n.tlicteit. Ilir-o uu
,.,.,,., it ,,r 1 u rnl coiiMeniatioo
ltll t,,rrr ,! ,lU w-nnii and i hildien were
tiff itiir nnd beitiir unit off for safety. The men
WPrH ,., llM nruanizinii for ib'lVnrc mid the
,,.;,.,,p, ,.,,. I,,.;,,,, ei.nlliied or kept under er
j, jKj;MIll wtch. We ik-tail thn- reports as tliey
r(.,, , ,,, ,, ...luable aiHboiitv bopio
M,mi ox ij:i;ei ,.tcd. nnd the r.-i i ini I i- n
,, those iil reMed may not have been a'vr.il
'pi,,, t,t ,,tt : t , .r. i.r North Car-Una over
,,., y t ,,,., r ,,,, js o pj uno, f - , 7;; (MM), i.r
,,iriv' 'er eent .cannot rea-l or write. ! uieraiie
,,,, js pno ,,) ,,, ,.pp eent. eai.ii"! re.i-l
M,r w,tP- 'pi,,, t,..t .ul : t i-nl the Stale has iii-
eieased rnlv nt the ram ( it 1 t 10 pet cent. in
'(,1rv , y(.,- ,,m vlnlp tl eaM-r ie in
i i,.r,'.e ,,f' Ot.ioii was ihiitv-thrrn er rent.
i )(,,, (',,lir ,,,,,, IH, ,,' Asbinl.iilii, ro(ihngii. (ieiio-
,( l,.,, j ,. ,i-otioiii We's'ern K rie
rc o, j,, Gained in l.SoO n population of 110-
! hoq w,;t,.s en er tuentv years o m.". nl whom nil
' ,.u, ,,H , rit,., and ihesc were nenr-
jv n( !n (,j,v nf (;, ,MC.
Since ISD1 Ohio bus inerensnd 1.420.0(1(1 person-,
nearly iboible the iiloile poioil itmn ol m-ih t,ar
0P101. The popola'ion of Oil o is forty -ttiiie per
square nr.le, that of North Carolina but seven per
Plavrs Mancmittrh Mr. S. W. Stewart, nf
)e Soto I'oiintv. .llissis-lppl. lots rectriv set me
peero slaves fiee I bo paners uern nia lo out in
Citieiiitinti. 'I'h C niiiiereinl savs there ir, on
no aver too between iwo and three hundred slaves
maiiiiinitte.l in that city every year, py persons
from the south.
We have del wed too long repivina ar.d extend
ing the call for aid to oitrnniiii il Fair. There is
now left us, but two weeks, in which to gather in
our goods and 111 'kn necessary provisions. One
box from Cincinnati and one ft mil (Sreen Plains,
ire all llrit bavo yet been recieve I. In ennse
q ienco nf hai ma sold unusually close lis, year,
there is iutperi 01s necessity for bir gerdonations nnd
more 'promptness this year, to supply the increas
ed demand fr on our tables.
We have heretofore been very successful in go
ing into the several neighborhoods of this vicinity
and making personal applications for help deliv
ering ar airi slavery beiur! in every house. Rot
as this seems at present impracticable, this wntk
should be tboie hv some one interested in the
cause, who will ask every farmer, merchant nnd
mechanic in the place, for 11 hearty an.i libera!
It is hardly necessary to make any exception to
names or parties. The south claims that the Dem
ocrats of the North have tlieir middle ground nn
the tmn-exiension of Slavery (how natural ton!
true Democracy) thnt we intend to snrn und them
wiili a cordon of fee States and compel them to
abolish Slavery in liew of which, they say "Let
us tiring lied. re congress nt its next session, ar.,1
keep before it, a prnji ct foe the division nf the na
vy, 1 f the 111 11 ni ti. iti of war. 11ml id' the public
l,iii Is in case the Union sliou! I be dissolved,"
Our first object should be to reallize this proph
ecy, by uniting our efforts upon t''e i-ues they
charge upon its If we are nut prctiared to work
for this end, the expressed opinion nf ihe S nth,
supersede the necessity nf un an niicvment on our
part to prove thit we ought to be. The only issue
helore the (to p!o is Slavert or Freedom mid be
that is not for us, is against ns The sooner we
know our friends tho belter ns thu time has
come to work.
Let this appeal to your sympathy in behalf of
the outlawed si. no of tho south, as will as the
widow nnd orphans of Kansas test your sincerity
and your zeal. The avails of the fair nre d"dj
ed to the perpeltitii support nf Ihoriitigh Anti-slavery
principles. Do not fail to givo us your hear
ty and generous co-operation, and remember that
in your selection, the useful the ornamental ami
the elegant are alike requisite ; also, that our re
l'rcs!iin"iit table makes inexluiiistab'e demands for
: e 1. coffee, meats (which should l e brought cooked)
f'ies, cakes, butter, cheese, fruit Ac.,
On behalf of the Fair Committee, J. S. 0.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC AT LARGE
PUBLIC LECTURERS IN PARTICULAR.
We have finistie l and ii'ieoei! Union Hal!, in 0e-
neia lor the following purposes: 10 be used free of
..1,-,,' rM l..r il 1 f Icetoies on 11 I Miiinl S..i. ., t i lie I
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ie-iii;l,llr' t-o. . .'.. 'j.-..n-, ttu, o, u icimu
tor all other suitable purnoses.
We llieref, re invite all leulurers lo ci'ine nnd
occupy the II ill. To the lice, ihe II ill is free; to
hose w ho.isk ay , il w ill 1 1 1 r ed 11 1 a- fur rate,
lite Hall will contain an audience nf fHU persons
Geneva is situ a'ed uu the L ikoSimrc railroad,
-13 miles east id Cleveland.
Address, ALPIIEUS C0WLES.
GENEVA. Ashtabula Co,. Ohio.
in Hojoin'oing ,.r the benelii id his b.-.ilin to a
ehanco. As sor as Kansas becoinei a slave
,StatB they will strike; nod you may rely unoo
.aila wlm I liti.tr. tint b.th Oregi.ti ami
(jtil, wil( (hat tuent. go for slaiery, when
,, ra -1 rs will iinuiHiliaiely return for recoii
cidence Isiilcrattoii here, 't he presses iu Oregon are
',,. jn ,l0 h,lvP interest. If any should daro
Slavery in Okeimn I'h
Rev. Dr. Hl'smvei.l
of II 1 Uor I, Conn., w rites ft
till Ualllol till, where
Irieml at the Aorlli A lie ii;eun Is )ust coining
to light which our friends at the E isi must lo, k to
viz: tliu turning of Oregon into a slave Sine. More
111 half ol the people are from Missouri. Tnc
' lers are at work lo set off the provm , nr to ijet
hid Territory ndmiiud as 11 Statu in the undcr
siiiiiding tint Iti.'J will lake it off then-selves.
They have 01') a res of lul l each, nnd cannot
od'iut'H tiiiv but a sm ill portion w i;lnoit slaves
Ttiev urn tilkili'' ttclivelv niid wtilcbili-r (heir
:""lk '" n"" ?"'a s""n inteiest, iby would
be crushed as in Kansas, mi l the Free State
men will be .(riven nut. All tho B trdor Ruffian
practices will be renewed hern."
FA I'M FOR SALE.
A Valuable Falul ol' 1 '7 acres, with a large,
"o.nmodious nnd well roi iiisbcti House a good
B iro, horse stable nnd nil other necessary out
houses offered for sain cbeip and on good terms.
(1 is situated iu Carroll County, 1 in -fourth of a
mile from Leesburgh.iieur a depot mi the Steuben
t'illn und Indiana R11I Roil. Tim country is
healthful, the bind good, wa'er nhutiu.itit nnd of
excellent qu iliiv. and fia Farm well stocked with
a v-irie'v of ex elleui f-uii.
tetiFlOlVA LAXDS will le taken in part
For further particulars inquire at ihenffi 00 of tlio!
Ami Slmerv Bule, ur ihH preml.ea ,,r I
D10. 18, liii, JA003 MJLLISACK.
I'l l TtliL UUll, 10KT WAVNH AXUCiUCAUO
Tr iinsnmv run ihroiigh direct on this road from
I'lttsburuh to Chicago. A change in the time if
i'ii-si'iig"r iiains ioiik place on .u mom in mis
ween. As now arranged, trams going it est ptitft;
S ilem as follows :
lt Passenger Express,
CIO, 1'. M.
This avraneenunt will suit onr local business
men better than tho old nne. Persona may now
leave Salem in tho morning and li.-it either Cleie-
land or Pittsburgh, spending tbieu or four hoiirsU-hio
neither place and retiiin ii. eiening tuiin.
Mjimiiaa in i jiajuiiMMiamtjuMBan
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TIIK NI'.W YORK LKlMJKIl ha nmv attained
toe exiraoiijiiniry ciictilati' n of Hoe Hundred an I
Nineiv Thousand eojiies. 'foe LKlNiKU isdevotedi
rUl-IIK LllKllAILI!K.Ui;liilN.h I'ALKS.
SKK I t II KS. PUK I II Y. KSS.VYS. UUSSIP no I '
CLIiliKN 1' NhW S. and maiiiiaiiis a high i.i iiitl
lone. Il is evervrt here ackiiow leileed to he the!
I.e. i I...., i... . . ; iii o .. ;
nesi I 1 1 n 1 1 v paper in tlio world ! Il-nca Its exu i-l
ordinary, innl unheard nf ponul nit v. Mr. IJiJ.V
NKK, the iroprictor of thi LKliij'KIt, vuiploys
tlie hest talent in the country, and by so doing
nnikes 1 1 1 0 be t pn.er. Such writers ns Fii.nv
Fern, Sy Ivanus Cohli, Jr , and looorsnii Hctineti,
are iet onitiently engaged r. mi l ill wino lor
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.-instill 1 1 v writes r it ; so do a host ol otlnr pop
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w.trtli. Alie t,irv M,' V .1,..,. i w ,..
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uniiy. It is published c.1,.1 v Stlur lay and
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club rates,) an 1 sending us SI'- will no entitled 10
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FOR 1 8 5 7.
IT IS THE FABlltR'Si GlKDMiK-S OWN PAPER,
(JENERAL AGRICULTURE, LIVE STOCK,
GARDENING, FRUITS, Ac.
V O LU M i: XII I. F OJi 1 8 5 7 ,
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your neighbors. Now is the time to look out for
good reading for the wiirr.
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LIIE lIOMlT JOURNAL
EllITUD Bf MORIllS AND WILLIS.
Wc have the pleasure to return our most grate
ful thanks to the readers nf the Una. Jnnrmil. for
the greatly culnl'irc'l audience with whi -h we haie
ecu honored in ls.5(i, ami to offer our respects,
and the promise of our continued best services, for
'he j oar before us. With the priulcged hear lie
1I1. it we have now secured, at lite firesides i f our
whole vast eo ttiry, it is only natural that tic
should ft el additional responsibility, while, at the
same lime' we yjr.l up our energies tor new aiio
ties of industry and enterpri-e.
The p, iper lur the coining ear is to bo printed
on vi'W tiijie, nml its pie-fminenre nf vltiii -.. ami
Iriitiitilif, so valuable in ihe em oi,. so ue sdl'ul for
11 lauiily paper, is to be still iimre m irked.
Our contents for l!-57. we need scarcely say.
will be us varied ns the Lile w iih u hich we keep
pace.- Time and the ever changing World ate the
great baske's out of w hich w e pick Wisilmn ami
Amusement as we gtt tlm exloiusi le. s 11ricty of
event and novelty assuring to ns ulol to our l e id
ors, exhaustless themes nud snl jeets uf inteie-t.
The Editors will still Continue to devote their
time and ubilitici exclusively to tl.o Home Jour
nal. N. P. W'illis proposes, in ndditn n tn bis usual
pioturings nt' home life and rural f'amilv syni pu
thies aim iiitcierls, out doors mid in, to givo more
i.f the Inciters to Inciliil.i, which his expeiience
liAs enableti him to wriie. ami which have b"..n so
.li leli quitted; and. also, a bel ies of I'urruit oj
Lirimj Cfttiioi ttrs.
(ieoegn P. Morris, besides h's usual eonstatit la
bois upon the sever,,! oep il l tot'trs nf the iapei,
w ill make it the woof 1 11 wlii di to broider li -1 tl.e
new Sketches, Songs, Ballads, etc., suggested by
the history nnd event of the passing time.
T. B. Ablri li has in preparation a Prose Poem,
10 be entitled Tlie Itune nf (jh a-Lintije; nnd this
will be published in numbers, from week 10 week.
It.'-iib.'S tlm labors of the L'Jitois, tliu limit.
J hi ilia I w ill contain :
The coinmunicaiioiis of a brilliant lint of orig
inal cnniril.utors :
Tl.e core ami history of new publications:
Toe floating st tries, In ief nun inccs, sparkling
wil, fun and nnecloie nf tne d i.y :
--Poetry, ptilhos and 1001 in. v:
The gossip and news of I' u isiiin journals ;
-Personal ketches nf ihe conspicuous charac
ters nf ihe time :
The stirring scenes of daily life:
The hronich) of news for ibcLadiei:
The valuable information, ns to statistics, dis
coveries and gnat events:
Criticisms of current Literature :
And nil thnt e an i e guiliere I, to interest the
reader, from tho World's const. ml 01 el How of no
tion and intellect.
Wo ncud not remind nur rea lers, perhaps, that
we have correspondents, wlndlf unsurpassed, in
tho society of Ni"-York, and that, through the-e
gifted and retinod "mediums," we keep apprised
ul all that uccu;s, new, charming or instructive,
in the brilliant circles of city life.
For the health, the moral improvement mid the
leligious cnl'.ure uf families, we watchfully gath
er every now suggestion, and carefully chronicle
nil signs of Progress nnd Utility.
By unceasing vigilance nnd industry, nnd by
skill acquired in long nml s ecessli.-l practice, we
still to kenp the II ttne J uirnat undisputed as
.1. . 1.. ...... i . . .1. 1 ,
nn its original gn und -inly, but in the new iitnt
he.iuiil'ul Teriin.ry nf Kansas in Washington, it.
and in nil the X o-lhcrn Slates l,i'ioihe
Tho Western Anti-Slaieiy S .eietv, will hold its
annual Fair in tviloni. Dei: 'J'b'i ni.d 5th.
'J im ol'jccl of the lair is so well ntnli-rstoi d b
ini-ts ol this cntilitiy, that v.0 i.cem il
only iie. esn iry topiibli-b the time id its gathci ing,
to secure tho hearty and tignfutM eooperai ion o! u
lai-jo ciiclo of Auti-Sl.ivery Irieml-s.
The pi-it simcoss of oiireir.rts in raising means
and tin! faithfulness Willi which that means bn-
beta applieil t,i the enterprise nf abolishing Mn
very in America wnrrntit us to expect a willini;
response to this appeal corresponding to the stall-
init enici irei.cv nl the times.
Wo haie not now to meet and nbnlisii Slnvery
sen i lu minions ,f the South can g.v e it a place.- j
We nr.) not however disl.cai lened or disappoinli d. j
and shall npiily uiirsrlics i,b iinwiiiitcd diliuenee,
ti usiing as i er in the stern principle id jusli.-e
We hopo that no time will be l ist in making the
necessary arr.iiii;Ciuf Ills In meet this demand; ulol
among other means, we suggest the impni tnin e i'l
r,,riiiiii Pevinc viri-lt-K ns, speedily as pnssilde in
, , ., ....
every nt'ig noon i ere mere is ino Acripiuit-
number nf "two nr three" Women in whose beans
the love of Freed 'in burns to labor, so that the
great dcniaii'l lor nccllc and knittiiiit work, in its
r.ch and ustdul varieties limy be amply sup) lied.
The committee will gratelully reci-io in monies,
prudiioe, farnitoie, und till iiieivh it. table gout's,
whateicr tali be forwuttled li.oil this time till the
Fair, thus nltordlitg uu pi roprinte and lulled sin
snii for the tilferin ' of each,
.w.ii. c S (Jiiftinij,
, I '.liz ihclh J llt.-l,
l.ttiirii 11 tfiiiilty,
Amji-limi S Deminj,
h.iiznlrln I.r 1.1c,
.'' Ann Fa wet t,
tlin-i"! II Itimry,
Jine M. Ticicutt,
Filen It. i'eiirsun,
S. .V. .lc.).'.i,
Mm ij I!. Non in,
It tiniiiii M Siruicn,
1 liurai J Jl'iiisa'l,
.7i'j .S. Snirji,
lliiinuh II licuthy,
hliz.il.clli IF. Curdun.
ANTI SLAVEkY thacts.
The Executive Coiuiuiilee uf the Amniican Anti
Slaiery S tcietv have issued the following Tracts
lor gratuitous ilisti ihiitmn :
No. I. Tlie United States Uoiisiitution. Examined.
II. Wh:tc Slavery in the United States.
Coloni. itioit. By llcv O. B. Frotliiughani.
I. Does Slavery Chri-tianize the Negro? By
Rov. I . . Iligiiisiin.
S. The Inter-State Slme Trade. By John G.
C. Tho "Ruin" of Jamaica. By Richard
7. Ilevoluiion the only Remedy for Slavery.
8. To Mothers in the Fiee States. By Mrs. E.
No. 9. Ii.flueiico of SI nery upon the White
illation. B, a Lady.
No. 10. Slavery an I the' North. By C. C.
No. 11. Disunion our Wid. on nnd our Duly
Rev. Charles K. Hodges.
No. 12. Anti-Slavery llvmiis nud Songs.
Mrs. E'. L Eollen.
By No. 13. The Two Altars; nr. Two Pictures in
One. II v Mrs. Harriet B Sluwe.
No, 14. "How can I II-lp to Abolish Slavery ?' or.
LiiiiiiI to the itwly CoiivcfeJ.
Bv .Maria W. Chapman.
No. lo. What have we, as In lm In ils. tn do with
Slavery ? Bv. Susan C. Cabot.
.lo. 10. the Amu lean Irad Society ; ami its
Policy of Suppression ami Silence.
Being the Unanimous llcnioiisiiance of the
Foitrtli C tngregatioiia! Society. II. irifrd. Ct.
No. 17. The God ,,f the Bible Against Slavery.
By Rev. C'htiiles Ucei her.
All ilonations for the Tract Fund, nr for theeir
ulaiioii i.f any partilubir Trttet nf lltp 11 but e se
ies, should be sent In Francis J icksott. 'I'reasnrei
f the Ainercican Antishnery Society, CI Coin-
FiJ'ly Uullarf will stereotype nn eigbt-pngo tract
ind priui Jire tli'iusntitl copies of it,
Ai plic iiioit for 1 lm nl tne Tin' is. f r jir ltnif u
listt ibn-iop, ..fionll I... ni-iili. f.t S.twt'Ei. .Mil". .If.
-It! bill. It is ton to ihe Anti-Shu erv . Otlices.
loti N iss'tii slreet New Y 'vk. and 31 N uth street.
I'nil I'leli lii 1: to .Jor.l. McMll.l.w. S ilem. C 'bnnbi
ma i'.i.. Ohio : or to .J.icou Walton, Jr , A Irian,
.Mi. hii m.
i 101 S!
-1 illy Elf,
I Gl.'S'.INE DI'tiANNE ..iite '..r 'IheSoinr
enii.x Post. THE PAID OF BUI!
GUNI'Y. A Tai.b nr this Swiss Caxtin's.
prospect is in another t.l ice.
Tin'. I ii i I'll Sues Cniis:iiii;iti:i anil i.s
I'll (I SLA VI'. tV CnMI-liOMlsF.S,
The Coitstiiutioii a Pro SI iverv ('ointuicl; nr.
Extracts froin the M-nl'soii p!t)'eiH. etc. Selected
y Wkmiei.i. Phillips, I hud L lition, K.ilar..;ei
'Jinn. 'Jl'o paiii's. Just pnblisbed by the A MEKlCtv
Anti-Si.aveiiv Socik.iv ami b.rsale t Vl Con hill
I i-Iiiii. Also, til Ihe Alili-Sbilery Ofhces in Ntw
York innl Pliibi'lelphtti. Price, in cloth, 0 cts.;
in thic't t'ttper iToiers, 37i.
October 18, ISili.
Copies of ibis woik wiil bo sent by mail nn the
re-oipt of its p-ice ami the nuiotint of postage.
viz . forty-four cants for tho e in paper covers.
sixty cents for those pi cloth.
MRS MARY V DSVISOV writes f,,r The St.
urd.v E.enii.g Post. 'I HE QUAKER'S PRO
TEtiE See Prospectus in aie tber pla-o,
DA UNA 11 Y & AIIXOLI),
Wislri.i atiiiooiicu lo the ciit.e'is nf Salem and ,ri-
nity. and to the public generitlli, thai tlo-y bale
pt-f I i veil a' iheir L J.n nil Mr Sl tllH;.
North Sole id M nn Street, Sal Ohio; A new.
Xten-iie and suner'n r stuck nt Omuls, soiiabli. for
the FAI.L.Y. WIN I ER TRADE 0 ur assnriment m
Cintli.1, U'lmimere Tiref-I. Sntinetn, Sutiiis,
Vclreln, i'V'o Silk, il c.
Willi I i llllllius ol till kinds to mutch, w ill be Slild
tiv tin laid or M tde up tu Onh r. tt ftrices anif n
a maitner Unit will eon pure tai orablv wilhlliosc
f tiny similar establishment in S ilem or elsew he
Also, a gonj as.-oi ttt.ei t id li- idv M .de Cloth
ing. C "iisisiutg i, rr..ck lit-ess. no.l II isine--
ats; Oiercoats. t'l uiks. Vests. I'aiiial""li-, Min ts.
Drawer. Suspenders, Socks, II iJiOk,.'!' hiels. Cra
vats, lie, it'j. Onr Terms nt Sale for the future are
11 FA D V I' A Ytt
which will enable us to sell a little l etter go,N al
i lull" lower puces than could be utfoided on the
credit si stem.
lie lliiiik we can suit our cost niters with what
ever I Ion may waul in our line, ami we invito al!
siring to uun-lowo, lo call, iudiie for themselves.
and act accordingly.
II A K .N A U x fc ARNOLD.
October lo, 18iG
MRS. F, I) F.. N SIJUI'IIWOIITH writes for
fho d.iiurd iy Eiening P,mt. Sec P,opcctus
in another place.
T(i FarnuTs Cah tor Hides.
Farmers will liml it to their inn rest to sell their
hides to Ihe Stilisci'ii.er und have thorn tanne 1 for
home consumption, r uber than sell them tu others
lor transpoiti'iioii abroad He is always ready
with ra-li for Hides al CJ corns per pound,
eilbsr al his Tuiipury one mile Soinh nf S.ilem nn
ihe Lisbon Mad, or ni. WILLIAM'S OLD STORE,
two door West nf I lie Boner St lie. Salem, One
him a call when von butcher.
Sttk-io, iNrw. l liM HI" Gil DOON'E.
ALMIM.V1 HATCH'S MIKE.
The uiiiiersrgned (ins boftn npfiiiled nnd qttftli
"nil iiceoKtu.g to law, ns Ailininistrutor ul the
esiaii- i.f li.tt nt Sim tier, deceased. All person
ton ii g claims iigiiinst said estutu are notiBtd t
pioiiit ii.iin nn toiling to law.
I K I A It TttOARDEN, Admin.
Nov. COib, li,r-at.
J. M' MIL LAN,
Pettier in B tiks. Stationery, Wall Taper, Ac. .Ac,
Slim St., Salem, Ooin , bas jiist received nil kinds
ol M jdt.-al, CI i-sical. Scientilie, l'oet'rol, MisueV
hit ei ns, .lir.t'hile tind bclmi.l Ron.i,
It I ii l. k bonks, MemoMiiidums, Pass book:'. Pocket
I ks, ! ftuioiiies, Portlnlies, Purses, Pencils,
Sla'ei. Wrng Ink, Copying, Indellible, and Red
InVs: fnkstini'ts Lnpiid U iui, Steel Pens, Pockn
.Mti'S, li ii'ies. A.!., ito.
All k'Mds nnd t est nnnlities of Foolscap; t,otterj
Ii.iin Post, Commercial, Note, Fancy Note, Hill
.. ( ni( vg I,,1r,J, f;,.,!,,,,, pin an
,,.v j Kreat vai ietv. Visiting iin.1 Reh'ari
I ll,..,...a '.in... H.KU...I K.il-Mla llllkl.la
cnrls. Water colors nnd Artists materials. Male-
riii's 'or Artificial 11 twers &e., &e,
A largv stock of Dawson, Warren 1 Ilydcs cele
limed iOLl PF..VS, that give such universal
satisfacpon. piety one warranted. Music Books,
.it wholesale or retai'. Dealers supplied with
S bool I! mks ami Stationary nt Wholesale. Vail
Paper in ure-it variety.
?jr CAS II I' A ID FOR RAGS.
J. M MIU.AK.
Silem. O. Nov. R'h.lPoG.
I IGH I IIOL'SK INLAND, nn original Novelet,
1 1 Pi tlie tiitihor nt
Zii.i.aii," .to., will be
lislted in The SATittn.w Rvenino TofT.
Prospei Ins in another place.
K. GTIIIIVIN, W. D t & EUZ.l L. S. Til Hill 5. .H.U
SiiiKtiii , I'hjMciiins and Obsiclricans,
Have recently located thorhsel-tfss irl Jiioiii to at-
tehd to culls in their profession.
!lie. ll'ttf Fml nf Main Street, South Side.
They are pietared to teach students ns hereto
fore. thoiiL'h with increased facilities, 'j-'he Setiiof
isiinp rtcr nf l'a.ier Afactte Models, and we hav
a variety of Sk lenuis. Models, Arc, Ac, for sale.
Sai.eu. June I'.I. 1.30.
T S AltfllUR
writes for TiiK S.vTL-nt)AT Er.
ixo Post THE WITHERED HEART. Se
Prospectus in another place.
Call & Exiininc J. Pi'miivgStCos, Groceries.
J. DFMIJS'G Co.,
Have just retarasd from the Eastern Cities witlt
n Ircsb Sun k of
much the largest ever brnght to this town, which
hey are detei mined to soil at A gain IT advance on
We invite ti e citizens af Sa'em nnd vicinity to
call nml examine our Goods, we would call par
ticnhir intention in nur fine etnek of TAS.
We would fay to country dealers that we cri
and will sell hem Ooods nt Pittsburgh prices; such
as Teas. Cs fl'ce, Rice, Sugars, Chocolate, Spices,
.Son p. Candles, Fish by the barrel, Herring by the
box. eoiniiioti und fancy Candies, Foreign Fruits,
ai d N its. Crackers by tho Barrel, &c., &c.
C. HVc front 11 to 12 cents per pound.
'I he b'ghest market price paid for Butler, Eggs,
White Beans, Ac., Ac.
J. DEMIXO & Co.
Nov. 1. 1853.
3C0O HIDES Wanted, for which 1 will pay CJ
ecnis a poiiuj. Also, Sheep pelts bought at
E. KLDRIDGE'S Leather Store.
Salem, Nov. X, ISoO. p.
I L1CF. CARY writes for The Rihmlni Fretting
V W. 'till'; STORY OF A COUNTKY.OIRL
See Prospeeios in Another place.
850 11EAVAHD ! I
Stolen from the subscriber in New Brighton,.
Betuer Cotitity, Pa, on Friday night, Oct, 24th,
I KM. n DA BR BAY HORSE, henty innd-, IS)
hands biuli. huh w bite hind foot, a larre star in the
forehead, nud a snip on the nose, 3 years old,
C3yTh nbnte reward will b paid for the de
er v i.f the liors" nud ihief, or Twenty-five dol
lars lor ihe horse.
Any iiiforinaiion eon sent to Ihe subscriber ot
New Brighton, or left at the office of the Buzle,
Salt in, Ohio.
Nov. 1. 10.
UMLl.lA.: IIOVWTT, tho celebrated English
writes li t The Siitiirdiiy Fveiiintj l'imt. TAL
I.KNGETTA. CR THE SQCATIER'S HOME.
"eu Prospectus in another place.
D. W. SDEAD, M. D.t
Ki'l.KCiH: PHYSICIAN AND SUUfiKON;
ornct oyEtt tt'ensxEis store, on main street;
llesiilenre North Siilc nf Green Street, second door
West of the Fluworlh n tree I.
S.ti.r.n. April 24. 1X5".
FALL OF 1856.
. L A TES T A 11 RIVAL OF
fall aufc UHntcr (Dooiislir
We nre now in receipt of nur first large Stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOOES, consisting in pari
'I a larett ai d varied ursnrtBient of
LADIES' DRE33 GOODS,
Etiibruideries. Veliet, Silk, ard Br.id Bonnets,
Broehe, Ki Siaie, Wuterloo.Silk and Stella Shnwli
iloius, llosiert. Ladies' and Misses Fancy French
II iskets, ingetlier will) a general Stock ul CuUncs
We nro itlsn in receipt nf a very large and exten
sile Stock nl Carpets, Wall nnti Window Paper,
Chum. Glass und Queeiiswnre, Men mid Bnys Pan
t.ib'iipert .Brt'W n tii'il b'eio'lied Sbepiipgs m d S Ii irt
itios, Caiiion ntoi Wool Flannels, C'het lis. Tickings;
Ltpsevs. Uril B iitkus. Mnrsailles Quills, Woo
nut Lnn'ii I'ai'le Cvcrs, Pittsburgh ('niet flaio
Bluing. Wn king Reaier Tubs nui Buckets, ie.
Thauktul lor the patrnnngs heretofore sKtende
is un beg eaif in call your attention M the above
Spi.-k. feeling eoiiKdent we have the will its we
know un hate ihe ability tn offer yonf bargsini nut
elsewhere lo l e Poind iu this market. Call and
examine for yourselves. Respectfully,
J. A L. SCHILLING.
Salem. Oct. 4 156.
SITES IN SALEM. OHIO.
I am now prepared to tell those DESIRABLK
1.0 I'S. on Lisbon Street, opposite the dwellings of
Messrs. Wright, Jone, Hillmnn, Ao., Ac. Enquire;
of John Dcmbg, or tho subscribe.
I iifTer, also-, for sale tho Farm tihere I now re
side; being 130 Aenos, well improved, well watered
siid in gond conditio)), miles Couth of Salem,
mi the Lisl.iin Road.
Aug. -Jo. if BENJAMIN BOWN.
V.LUKLB FA KM FOR SALE !!
The subscriber will offer for sale his valuable
F-t'iii, situuietl two miles South of Washington
ville. within a quarter of a mile; of tho Rnilroadl
fiiV Persons dcrsirnos of porch tsing a goodl
farm will call and examine for ihenu rives .
JOHN 0. SUMMEIk
Saturday, JTav. 15, 56-3t.