Til EANTrl-SLiVvEltYJ ill Uj G IjB .
In. vain, 7Tbe Index Gogor of progress scomod to
ttjn backward to il) dialwken lo 1 k bow uctor
talked upon tlie loans.
! -. 'And the old Rods, Ilia austere -I
" Oppressors in their strength,
Stand egast, and white with fonr
At the ominous sounds they hoar,
Aod tremble, and mutter, "At length I" '
Yw, 'at length the heart nerve of oppression
la reached. Slavory could laugh at sermons, find
nook at prayers. It could burn documents, and
nob leoturers. It has long sneered at arguments
and liaated appeals as Insano rnnt. With the op
pressor tbere was power. It had ontronutiod it
self behind bulwarks where light never ponotrAtcs,
and shielded itself by walls which moral consider
ations eonld not OTerturn. Its bulwarks were brute
force,' Its defences were ruffian arms. It scorned
rgoment as more wasted breath, and troatod ser
mons and teits as tlie idle wind. But the first
trash cf John Brown't rifle oxplodod its fancied
ecarity, and awoke its heretofore confident hosts
Id pale affright, to oootemplato tho stern reality of
battle witb a foe armed with the only weapon it
tiM learned to dread. Its defenders well hntiw
that its own garrisons are filled with combustibles,
wnd that tbey have an enomy in their own camp,
who only needs to learn his strength in order to
to overturn hie oppressors. The flash of John
Brawn's rifle has girenthr oppressors of Ood's
ioor glimpse down intothnt long vista of totti
tiution which forms the dark background of coming
Of course the bloody results which may follow
'will be charged npon the agitators for freedom.
"This is the old falsehood of tjronts and oppres
sors. ' They drive humanity desperate by cruelty
and murder, they outrago justioo and murder
liberty, until the people are roused to confront
them at the sword's point, and then charge the
"horrors of war, not to their own crimes, but upon
the beads of their justly maddened victims. Hor
Yore of warl Why, ten years of slavery murders
tnore victims and produces more indescribable tor
ture, than was the consequence of the seven years'
yiht for American Independence; and whilo wc
(glorify our fathers for having exponded thousands
'of live end millions of treasure, in resisting n
tax en tea, shall we shrink and cower under the
charge of blood-thirstiness, in viow of the short
cmd csmparatively bloodless struggle necessary to
et four millions of peoplo free from the crushing
.yoke of inhuman p slavery? If these mas-
Yore dread scenes of blood and horror, let them
'break every yoko and let the oppressed go free.'
If tbey will not do this, on their own heads be the
eoneequenocs. Frederick Douglass' Paper.
JI)C nttSlaDcri Bugle.
SALEM, OHIO, DECEMBER 3, 1839.
The Bucle can be obtained, every Friday, of
teaae Trescott. at Steer's Book Store on Main
vtroet, Salam, Ohio.
JQyFitANCEs Eli.en Watkins is authorized to
obtain subscribers for the'Buglc, and to receipt
fur any monies paid, on accunt of the paper.
'-'Isaac Tbescoit ie duly authorised to re
ceive all monies on account of subscriptions on
subscription price to bugle, -.,
-$150 per annum, invariably in
; ' advakce.-sa , , : , ,
-At a stated meeting of the Executivo Commit
tee of the Western Anti-Slavery Society held in
Salem, hio, November Oth, 1859, the following
Preamble and Resolution was uuaniinously adopt
ed : " ' - h . I
Whereas,. Captnin Joun Brown, who bas been
cntenced by the Government of Virginia to' bo
publicly fauna; on the 2nd of Pccembor next, be
cause of his recent attempt nt Harper's Ferry to
practically establish upon Virginia soil the doc
trine of the Declaration cf American Independ
ence ': and
; W hereas, In that attempt he did only what the
charter of. our political rights fully authorized
fain to do, observing in his course toward the
foes of humanity, a moderation nnd a forbearance
as unusual among warriors as it was commenda
ble i and although the Western Anti-Slavery So
ycier does not in its organized capacity resort, or
propose to Tesorr, to any measures of physical co
ercion for the overthrow of slavery, yet wo, its Ex
ecutive C mo mil we, reoognixe in Captain Joon
Brown, a true friend of impartial liberty, work-irrg-etrt
his own convictions of right, by means
wbid tie believed to be justified of God: there
for , .. : , ;
Resolved, That in case Virginia shall persist in
executing the sentence of its court upon Captain
Brown, we recommend to the members of the
Western Anti-Slavery Society, and to all tho true
friends of freedom in the West, to observe the 2nd
cf December ae a day consecrated to a renewal of
thtrrr anft-elavery -energies, and to an increase of
their anti-slavery efforts ; and that on that occa
sion fhey publicly or privately testify, in such
miMr a commends iteelf te their judgment, to
t'aeir hatred of slavery, and their opposition to
that government oomposed of Democrat! and Re
publican, which oaptured John Crown, aod having
krot down his soos by his eida, handed the old
weuaded soldier to the authorities of Virginia for
the mockery of trial, and the ignominy of an
Signed on behalf and by direction, of Exooutive
Committee i r .
JOHN GORDEN, Chairman, pro. tem.
BENJ. S. JONES, Secretary.
NOT MUCH PRACTICALLY.
J?y aa article (rem the Pittsburgh Gazette it will
be seen that an important decision has lately been
rendered la the Cumberland County Court or
perhaps it would be safer to say that the decision
snap be made important, but we very much appre
hend that it will amount to but lit.le. The Penn
eylvania authorities have la (heir possession tho
man who wa adjudged guilty of kidnapping, and
bo can easily be sent to the penitentiary, and that
without any conflict of risdiction between Penn
sylvania, and Maryland, or any Inconvenient ques
tion as to State ttighte. Tbere is thoreforo but
little dowbt, tai kidnapper will be punished, but
who oilieves that under that deciuion Gov. Paeker
will make the least effort to obtain the kidnapped
men from Maryland and restore thein to froedotnT
And lK wb'lo toth re desirable, the latter con
summation i far more devoutly to be wished ttiao
the former. But Maryland would have something
to ray ia that case; she night not feel inulinod to
aiccdo to the demand of l'ennsjlvnnia, which
would make it exceedingly onplcnnnt fur Ouv.
Packer".1, To press tho demand might result in a
great tUoI of sectional 111 feeling; and to back
down, and acknowledge beat, would lint appear
well In'the papers. And then th probability is,
that whether the demand was vigorously prossed,
or whother the Executivo took tho back track, the
ultimate rtteult would be the same. Maryland
would havo her way, as she always bns had; for
s she not five times as large as l'ennsylvtnial
And what chance has tho little Keystone against
A stata that has Annapolis for Its Capital 1
Will meet on the 4th Inst, at tV usual hour and
Persona havine eoods for tho Fair which they
wish to deliver before the 22nd, will please leave
thorn at Joel McMillan's bookstore. Articles fur
tatlo use may be sent in at nuytinio, as they will
as readily bring their cash value before the lair,
as then. : Wo hope the farmers will benr this In
mind, and If thoy do hot, we trust their wives
nnd daughters will refresh thoir memories.
AN ANNIVERSARY MEETING.
The 1st, Anniversary mooting of tho "Ohio
State Anti-Slavery Society," which is composod
mainly, we believe, of colored persons, will be
held at Xuuia, Ohio, commencing January 3rd,
1800. ' ! , : ,' ' ' ! : ;; !
Frances E. Watkins, II. F. Douglass, and sev
eral other speakers will bo in attendance, and we
trust a rcr large number of hcarors. , . '
ANOTHER PAPER THREATENED WITH
sula! Neics and Advtitiser," published, at Milford,
Delaware, that mqbocratic threats had been made
to destroy the press and office of that paper, and
that arrangements for this purpoao had been so
far porfuctcd, that tbe editor and bis friends bad
armed themselves, .and prepared to defend the
property. ' " ' ' '
The editor, who is a Republican, in a calm and
dignified article defines tbe position of his paper,
and tho party witb which ho is connected, clearly
showing that Republicanism is not abolitionism ;
and he attributes tho animosity existing against
him" to the false and slanderous charge of abo
litiocium circulated by his enomies. The views
ho holds, bo esys were the views of Washington
Jefferson, Adams, Monroe, Madison, Clay, and
Webster, which wo do not doubt, albeit four of
tho six wero slaveholders, and ono of -tho remain
ing two certainly no better. Among the patrons
of bis paper which of course reflect the views
of the editor are "some who are Republicans,
and slaveholders also I" and to confirm his own
soundness by parcntul antecedents, he says, "Our
honored father is himself a Sussex Co. Slacehold
ing Republican I"
We can understand why tho Free South was
mobbed in Kentucky, for that was an anti-slavery
paper, and hootod at tho idea that fighting slavery
extension could do aught to abolish slavery, and
affirmed that the principle of cbattleism, wherever
it existed, must be struck nt. Now the Slave
South had a very excellent reason for putting
down tho "Free Sjuth," but sla'vehuldors
should mob, or threaten to mji the Adttrtiser. ex
cept thrjugh misapprehension p it character, is
a marvel. Its object is not to abolish tracery, but
to establish Republicanism. Democrats, as such,
might perhaps find, some excuse, for breaking
down an opposition paper even by mob law ; but
to strivo to array alavoholdors, as a olass, against
it is absurd, and impracticable unless misrepre
sentation bo resorted to, for . while Democratic
slaveholders might bo ready to mob it, Republi
can slaveholders would, of conreo, stand by and
sustain their organ,
THE GLORIOUS UNION.
The following is a copy nf .tho law, which Dr.
Howe of Boston, apprehends might Operate un
pleasantly in his own case if summoned as a wit
ness to. Virginia, as well as in the case of all oth
ors, who ure suspected of holding abolition -sentiments.
r It 'does have Aiv'u)Kly' louk ; but inasmuch
aa.it is necessary fcr tho United States' to hare
power to compel the attendance of witnesses whon
over nnd wherever needed, ho can justice be got
along with without this, or a similar law T It is
only ono of the fruits of tho , Union ; and what
shall we say of tho Ueo when wo judge it by its
fruits ' - l : ! ;:
"Act3 or Con-cress of 1840, Ang.; Sth Chap.
98 : That, on the application of any At'.orney of
tho United States tor any district, and upon satie
fao'ory proof of tho materiality of the testimony
of any person who bIi.iII bo a compotcnt witness,
and whoso testimony shall, in the opinion of any
Judgo of the United States, be uccessary upou tbe
trial of any criminal cause or proceeding in which
the United States shall be a party or interested,
any such Judge may compel such person, eo re
quired or deemed by him necessary, as a witness
to give recognizance, with or withont, sureties, in
his defalcation, to appear on the trial of said cause
or proceeding, and givo hi testimony thereon ;
and, for that purpose, said Judge may issue a
warrant against such person, under his hand, with
or without seal, directed to the Marshal or other
officer, authorised to execute criminal process in
behalf of tbe United btates, to arrest such person
and carry him before such Judge. And, In case
the person eo arrested, shall neglect or refuse to
give said recognizance in tbe manner required ty
said Judge, tho said Judge may issue a warranto!
commitmont against such person, whiob ahall be
delivered to laid officer, whose duty it Bhall be to
convey such person to the prison' mentioned in
said mittimus. 1 And the said person shall remain
iu confinement until he sLail be removed to tbe
Court for the purpose of giving bis testimony, or
until be shall havo given the recognizance requir
ed by said Judge." ' :'.
LATE AND IMPORTANT INTELLIGENCE
FROM NEW YORK.
The In JVpendW Beeener's paper, as it is oalled
eaya that the Congregational pulpits of New
York expose and denounce tbe sinfulness of Ameri
can slavery. If it means to be understood literal
ly, we are not prepared to deny it, fop we think
we have read sense where of tbe very stones in the
wall crying out against oppression, aed tbe beams
of the house testifying againet iniquity, sad wby
should not pulpits t'o as much, ' But if we are
asked to believe that the occupants of 'the Congre
gational pulpits of Now York are preachers of
anti-slavery righteousness, wc must be excused
from complying until our bump ol marvellousnees
bas increased wonderfully. ' , ,,
THE LIFE OF JOHN BROWN.
Thayer k Kldridge, of Boston, ai about to pub
lish the life of Captain John Drown-.
The Ilarpor' Ferry affair has been a fruitful
harvest to many pictorial JoUfhaU, and to writers
whose regard for truth was never mnch above scro.
The eotintry will probably be soon flooded with
various volumes, each purporting to be tht "LiTe
of John Brown." Wo one should ptrehftseeuob
a work unless entirely satisfied of its tcriutillty.
What we need and desire Is, a tru( picture nf tbe
old hero; and II we can get it Irl such form that
eaoh sentence will sound like the crack of a rifle,
and each page seem a miniature Bunker Hill, so
much ti e better it v. ill bo In keeping witb John
Who can so well writo tbe life of Osawatomle
Brown as Jamos ltedpath, who was with him in
Kansas, and fully identified in fooling with the
noble oldect of the old man's life! Had John
Brown selected a biographer, James Rod path
would unquestionably have been the man; and it
ie be who is engaged npon the work tbe firm above
named are about to issue.
AID FOR JOHN BROWN'S FAMILY.
It Is to bo hoped that those who are actively em
gaged in adopting means to place Brown's family
in a comfortable position, se far as rogards this
world's goods, will not forget thero are those oon
nectod witb his companions In suffering and in
death, who may be left in a destitute condition."-
If we bad a voice that could reach to tbe proper
place, we would suggost the appointment of a
Committee who should enquire into the necessities
of the families of the Condemned, and of those who
were killed, or self-exiled, And when found desira
ble that assistance should be given, report aocoid
ingly, and take the necessary eteps to secure iu
THE GREAT EVENT.
As wc go to press on Thursday evening, we are
unablo to announro in tbie number of the paper
bother Virginia, "being actuated by the Devil,"
has put to death for bis devotion to democratic
principles, and for persistence in aotiog according
to tho gnlden rule, the moat honest, fearless, and
Consistent friend of liberty that evet set foot upon'
her slave-cursed soil. :
There are tens of thousands whose hearts, on
this lstlay of December, nra deeply stirred by the
thoughts of the doomed man, who, ere the close of
another day, will in all human probability, sleep
the sleep of death. . And he who Is the mi. si deep
ly interested personally, will be of all, the calm
est. He will- meet his fate in the quiet spirit of
ohristiao resignation, and as composedly lie down
in bis grave as though to a nijjht's repose. God
bless him. - - '
The Western Asti-Slaver Societt adopted
resolutions, at their meeting in Salem, on tbe Oth,
eulogising John Brown as "a true friend of im
partial liberty, working out hi own convictions of
rieht by means which they believe to be justified
of God," and recommending the soleciniintion of
the day or bis execution by renewed exertions in
the cause. 1 : ' -
The Ohio Stale Journal, in which we find the
above, would have made a eorfect quotation if it
had said, "by means which he bolievcd to bo jus
tified of God," instead of they believed, S j .
SHORT, BUT SWEET.
' At the lecent Anti-Slavery Convention, held at
Cape Cod, Mass , Ai T.'Toc Offered' tbe following:
; Resolved, Thai? ''-the 'Rcpablreain 'Party ' is the
white man's paffyV"" If dbe'e not profess to bean
anti-slavery party,- but only aim to restrict Sla
very to its present bounds." This party is pledg
ed to sustain slavery whore it now U; and we de
nounce it as unworthy the support of honest men.
Mr; Foss said tho Republican party was a par
ty of compromise. ' We read of Jesus casting dev
ils out of as certain man., Suppose he jhad com
promised witb them, given them the south half
of a man provided tbey would giva him the other
half. The Republicans ought to bo friendly to the
anti blavery causo, for they owed to it all their suc
cess. They wore constantly tapping and drawing
off our water,' and pouring it upon their wheel to
grind out tbeir own party schemes, . . j...
MEETING AT ROCHESTER.
A meeting was ndvertised for tho. 2ud at Ro
chester, N. Y, to be addressed by Parker rills-
bury and Abraham Pryne. Those who were in
attendance probably beard considerable truth.
nov. II. G RrswoM), the $250 advocate of Brown,
was navertisca as one ot the- speakers nt the
Brown iteeting at Cleveland yesterday. ' Wondor
whether he throw in th it speech in consideration
of bis ?250 fee, or if it is to como in as extra. -:
"SHAKSPEARE AND HIS FRIENDS.'
Have you read in another column the Gib annu
al announcement of the Cosmopolitan Art Associ
ation 1 And have you called at Chessman &
Wright's to see Sbakspeare und his friends ? If
you design becoming a membor of tbe Association
thero is not much timo for dolay, . ' , ; , .
The following telegraphio dispatches indicate
Gov. Wise' idea of a public execution an execu
tion which strangers are forbidden to attend, and
wbioh tbe people of the County arc significantly
advised to stay away from. Why did be not sen
an officer to bowstring Brown in his cell, and be
done with it T
Philadelphia, Nor. 29. The New York Her
ald's Harper's Ferry dispatoh, in referring to tbe
execution of Brown, eays that the most stringent
regulations have been adopted in regard to tbe
presence of civilians at tbe execution. All appli
cations for passes for civilians to attend witbin
tbe military lines are refused by tbe Governor, on
tbe ground that it would conflict witb tbe military
programme. Ue said that a civilian could not,
under any ciroumstances, be admitted witbin tbe
military lines, tbe outer one ot which would be
nearly a mile from the scaffold. Not a word oi
what Jehu Brown may utter, if he should say any
thing, will therefore be audible to tbe men form
ing; even tbe line next to the gallows. Governor
Wise stated the cause ol this exclusion of all per
sons other than the military to be, that in the
event of an attempted resoue an order to fire on
tbe prisoner will be given, and that those within
the. lines, especially those sufficiently near tbe
gallows to bear what Brown may say, would loer
itably share his fate.
. Cbablistowh, Nov, 20. Women and children
will not be permitted to approach the scene of tb
execution, and stiangera arc cautioned that there
will be danger to them - on appreaebing Charles-
town or aear it en that day. That if it is deemed
necessary, martial law will be proclaimed aod en
forced. .; ,' '". .. . , -
Gen. Talliaferro baa also issued a proclamation
today announcing that all strangers who fwimit
give A iMifn(Horj account of themselves, will te
promptly arrested. ;ThntaH elfunjrer aepf-wch-ing
Cbarlestavrn, by mil road or otherwiso, tinder
protext of .witnessing the execution of John
Brown, will lo mot by tin military And turned
back of arrested. ' . '
tic also emphatically warns the people of the
eoonty to stay at home and protect their property,
assuring them that Information from reliable
sources indicate that by so doing they will best
Consult their own Interests. Several tcporters of
the Northern Press having arrived at Harper's
Ferry yesterday, were compelled by the military
ts return to Baltlmorei
Tne military now In Chnrlestown number over
1500. Severnl companies more will be here to
morrow, swelling the number to 2000,
Governor iso has issued a proclamotlon an
nouncing that the State has taken possession of
the Winchester and Putomao Railroad, and that
on the three first days of December it will be used
entirely for military purposes. He also warns the
people of tbe State to romain at home on pntrol
duty on the day of the execution to protect their
. The case of one of the several carriage drivers
of Pittsburg who were fined by tbe Mayor for
driving their master's carriages to church, came
Up on appeal before the Supreme Court. Tho pre
siding Judge was one whose driver had been fined.
Tho court reversed the decision or the Mayor, bas
ing its opinion upon grounds that will probably
be found more expansive than tbe orthodox observ
ers of the day will fancy.
It is reported, though not on reliable authority.
ttiot somchody in Pittsburg tent an editor a tur
Tbe telegraph brings information of the death
of Wasuinoton Irvinu, whoso name is so insep
arably connected with American literature, and
whose works bare made many a Sttnnyside as
bright as was his own Hudson borne,
A batch of counterfeit notes on the Philadelphia
bank, purporting to be $50 and $100 bill J, and
admirably executed have been put in circulation
It tbey wem or lu s, we might suppose it
possible we should be cheated, but $50's, and
$100's make us leel perfectly safe.
Judge Daniels, of the U. S. Supreme Court lies
dangerously ill, and it is thought will not recov
The coming Message of tbe President will only
be two thirds as lung as bis last. Encouraging.
Attempt at Burolart. Some one who had
probably heard of tbe reputation of Weeks A Co's
Broadway Clothing store, concluded on Tuesday
night last to help himself to some of its contents.
the old proverb did not, however, hold good on
that particular occasion, for although the fellow
unquestionably proved by the auger holes bored
around the bolt of tbe back door, that there was
a will to enter, there was pot a tray, nor did be
succeed in making one. Whether be voluntarily
gave up the attempt as a bad j ib, or was fright
ened from his work, is probably best known to
himself." He loft behind an inch and a half auger,
which he can have by applying for, proving prop
erty, and paying for this advertisement. -
A meeting to commemorate tbe martyrdom of
John Brown was advertised to beheld at Alliance,
on Friday afternoon aod ovening. Aa wa go to
press before tbat time, we can make no further re
port, save that O. P. Brown of Ravenna, was an
nounced as one of the speakers. ; . . .. .
In this place, wo were unablo to obtain a Hull
on Friday ovening, and will therefore meet in
commemoration of tbe event on Saturday evening
tbe3rdinsU r - , ,, - . ., -
A number of selected, as well as of original sr
tioles whichwo wanted to publish this week, have
been crowded out. If our columns were as expan
sive as the conscience of a politician, we would
furnish oor readers with more matter.
' ' ' '
Those of you who claim to be judges of sewing
machines will, wo think, be pleased with a speci
men exhibited in this pjaco, of the West and Wil
son patent, because of its simplicity of construc
tion, extent of operation, and excellence of work.
Those whj wish to purchase, or to exaiuino the
machine,' are reforod fjr particulars to the adver
tismcnt of the agent. ' We understand that a local
agent aitl be appointed in thi fluce ; and the
machines suld, will be wananted and kept in or
der for three years of fair usae.
MEETINGS ON SUNDAY.
We arc requested to state that
JAMES p Minister in the African Methodist con-ncctiony-will
preach in tbe Town Hall, Salem, on
Sunday Afternoon, tbe 4th inst., at 2 o'clock; and
will lecture on slavery in tbe evening at 0J o'clock.
Mr. J, is n Agent sent out by tho National Con
vention for the elevation oi! the colored peoplo of
tbe United Slates. ,
All persons are respectfully invited to be present
Receipts for the Bugle from Nov. 16, to Nov. 30
Alva W. Campbell, Garden Grove, $2 00 to 785
Orange L. Lathom, AVelshfield,
Prescott Abel, t . ' ,
Riebard Ramsden, Salem,
William Negus, Adena,
Robert True, Garden Grove,
David T. Harriott, Hermitage,
John F. Ilerriott, M
Thomas Thompson, " "
Amos Brosins, Mt. Union,
Mary L. Gilbert, Marlboro,
G. L. Gale, North port,
Joseph Carroll, Jonesville,
P. L. Ilinklny, West Union,
Andrew J. Long, Montpelier,
Edward Smith, Palestine,
4 00 823
AGENTS WANTED FOB THE
WEST,!& WILSON, DOUBLE THREAD
, . PRICE THIRTY DOLLARS.
ALL MACHINES WARRANTED!!
AT MRS. -GRIFFING'S Boarding House,
Main street, the Maobine and ite work will be
exhibited to all, and those wbo perrobase will be
taught bow to ns it gratis by
,. . ; . ; H. F. WILSON.
Ag't for Columbians, and Maboning Cos.
Deo. 3, 1B5D,
Pitlnhnrp, Fort Wayne and Chicago Rallroai.
WINTER ARfTA NQEMENT.
' IKO WIST.
1.50 a m
4.58 a m
6.48 a m
1.45 p ra
431 p m
4.58 p m
6.48 p m
Leave Mail Express
Crestline 7.20 am 6 20 p m
Allianoe 12.18 p m 10.38 p m
Salem 12 53 pm 11.13 pm
Columbiana 1.20pra 11.38 pm
Mail Train arrives in Crestline at 10.14 a m, in
Chicago, 10.45 p ra.
Express Train arrives in Crestline at 10 15 p m.,
in Chieago 10.40 a m;
Mail Train arrives in Pittsburg at 3.50 p m.
Express Train arrives in Pittsburg at 2.10 a m.
Cleveland and Pittsburgh Road.
OOIHO SOtJl! fKO A.MA!e.
Fur Pittsburgh and Wheeling.
Mail, Express, Accommodation,
Arrive, 11.53 am
Leave, 12.08 p m 10.42 p m 7.40 p rrr
ooiNO) north fsoH
Leave, 8 38 a m
. 5.32 p m
5 35 a m 5.40 p m
WESTERN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY
Will open on tho twenty-third of December, eight
een bdndrvd and ATty-'ftinei in tbe Town Hall ol
Salem, under the auspices of mote favor and in
terest than any Fair hitherto held in this communi
ty. The object i f this gtutiefthg is already well un'
dcrstood. and wo need only add that each succeed
ing year with its increased guilt of slavebolding,
and its sorrowful sacrament of agony and death
increases our obligation to the slave, and should
give o new impuleo to indcfa'ignble and unfalter
While the Slave in tbe South writhes and groans
in his fetters unheeded by all, and the demand ia,
more chains for tbe captives of a foreign shore
while tbe free north is blushing with shame and
dismay at the insult and outrage of a pro-slavery
Government, our course is plainly forward and
revolutionary. Light, love, and labor only, will
secure the unconditional emancipation of tbe
The results of tbe Fair are, without exception;
appropriated to tbe dissemination of faithful,
radical Anti-Slavery sentiments.
Wc have already a large assortment of rare
fansy goods, and with the liberal aid of our tried
and true friends, shall offer our generous patrons
the finest display of the useful and the elegant.
JOSEPHINE S. GRirriNO,
SARAH N. M'MILLAN,
J. ELIZABETH JONES,
ANGELINA DEM ING,
TWENTr-SIXTU lATI0.lt L a.Tfl-SUTEKT
In the month of January next, in Bottom,
In a year when .Americans finds themselves cit
izens of a country w . ere the African alavo trade
s going on, and slave-bunting unforbidden, and
sheltering the fugitive indieted as a orime, and
the leading religious and polities! influences eo
dead to this public shame as to discountenance
legislative reform, we are confident that we have
only to open our subscription in order to be becom
ingly and effectually sustained by the awakening
virtue of the people, in the enterprise to which our
lives aro given.
We entreat, then, all tbe friends of Liberty, and
and the foosof Slavery everywhere, in the South
as at tho North in Europe as in America phi.
losopbers as well as Christian, Catholics no less
than Protestants, to subscribe to a fund and a
mode ot expenauure wuicn prepares ine way oe-
bre every sect, every party, every association ;
which makes all other men's anti-slavery labor
light, nnd which lias, for six and twenty years,
been laying the foundations of many generations!
so as to exclude slaviry from American institu
tions, and secure to posterity those blessings of
liberty which the last generation passed away
The undersigned, while asking the favor ol
their subscribers' company, on tbeir customary
Anniversary occasion, are impelled by tbe good
ness and the grandeur of tbe enterprise, by its
indispensable necessity, by the universal and fund,
amental oharactcr of its principles, to entreat also
tbe assistance of ail. Tbe crisis in tbe nation's
life makes the occasion one which will be worth
crossing the ocean to participate in. And while
thanking our European friends for tbeir generous
oo-operation of last year with America, we ask its
continuance yet a little longer, till a spirit of de.
votedness adequate lo this great world-enterprise
shall have been here awakened.
From this day forward through the year we be
gin to arrange our efforts, and economize oor
means, greater or smaller as the case may be, to
meet this great national claim and wc desire all
who wdold see slavery abolished, and truth, honor,
peace, liberty and aafety in righteousness restored
to meet ns at its close, for obeer, counsel, sacrifice
resolve and generous co-operation
Maria W. CflaWAN,
LroiA D. Parker,
Elisa F. Eddv,
Sarah Russsl Mat,
Abbt Killet Foster,
Saras' H. SotTHwrct,
Elisa Lei Folles,
L. Maris Cm lb,
Anne Warren Weston, Evelina A. S. Smith,
Mary Grat Chapman, Ann Redecca Brahball
Helen Elisa Garrison, Aubbsta G. Kino,
Saras' Shaw Russell, Elisabeth Von Abnam,
Frances Mart Bobbins, Anna Shaw Oreenr,
Caroline Weston, Elii!a AtraoRP,
Mart Willet, Anne Lanodon Alger,
Sarah Blakr Shaw. MaryElizab-etbSaroknt
Susan C, Cabot, Mattie Griffith,
ftsxT'Editor of journals friendly to the cans
aro.for its sake, earnestly entreated to oblige as by
giving the above invitation an insertion and our
friends everywhere will confer the greatest favor
on us, and benefit to tb cause and the oountry
by bringing it to tbe notice of the frreeds of Free-dour.
TO" Solicit Ordors tot bar $15, $20, and $26 Pa
tent Sewing Machines. Salary $40 per month,
witb expense partK It U a prattioal machine for
very family; sj simple in it construction that a
child can learn to rOn It, and half s hotJr's expe
rience will enable A lady to Operots vfltn II well.
Warranted equal to any Inch priced inaciiiae -Address
1. HALE Jr., A Co , ,.. ,
Nswburypnrt, Ma .,
November 20, I859-.-6W.
J. & L. SCHILLING; ,; '
Bg leave lo annonnee-Uto opening, of ihslr
Seoon J Large Block of - t , ',t
FALL AND WINTER GOODS'
Purchased to accommodate the requirements of ,
cold weather and consequently embraces a lull
Ladies Winter Iress Ooodvhaslv-.. Cloaks, Mood
ITurs, Gauntlets, Embroideries, Men and
Boys' Wear, Blankets, Carpets, Flannel,
Ladies and Children's Shoes, Ao., Ac.
Together with a General Stock of Staple aaiit''
Fancy Dry Uonds, Queenswnre aod Groceries.
All of which have been purchased, owing to the,
lateness of the season nt unusual low rates, andt '
consequently we oan sell- you tunny kinds of (Hood 4
at enormously low prioes..
Thankful lor pnt finvors anil soliciting aa eajlj) .
examination nf the above Stock.
Wo remain yours, Traly, : - e i
Salem, Nov. L0. 1850.
SIXTH ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT
CONTINUED 8UCCBBS OS TBI
COSMOPOLITAN ART ASSOCIATION.
From aVrscl'ron of tS cean.try sabrcrrber ru
this popular Art tnetitetion, (now in ft titlv'
year,) are being received in a ratio uaparelled witb
that of any previoue year.
Any person can became a member by subscribing (1
WHICH WILL. ENTITLE HIM TO
First, The beautiful Steel Enaracing, "Skakt
peare and llis Friends."
isecond, A Vopy of the eleganl'.y I Uustraled Art
Journal, one year.
Third, A Free Season Admission to the Oauertt.
548 Broadway, New Vvrk.
In addition to which, over Fuor Hondred vlaa
ble Works of Art are giten to subeeribers as Pre
miums, comprising choice Paintings, Sculptures,
Outlines, Scc, by tbe first American and Foreign '
Tbe Superb Engraving, which every subscriber t
will receive immediately on leceipt of subscription.
'SUAKSPEARE AND HIS FRIENDS,'.. -is
of a character to give unqualified pleasure and
satisfaction. No work of equal value was evsr
before placed within reach cf th people at snob
a prise. The Engraving is of very htrge else, '
being printod on heavy plate paper, iO by &a
inehes, making a most superb ornament saitabW
for the waits of either the library, parlor or office. .
It can be sent to any part of the country, by'
mail, with safety, being packed in a cylinder.
Think of itl Such work delivered free of charge)
and the Art Journal one year, for Three dollars.
SUBSCRIPTIONS will be received until tbw"
Evening of Tuesday tbe 31st of January, 1860, at -which
time the books will slose and tbe Premiamo -be
given to subscribers. ,
No person is restricted to a single subscription
Tdoso remitting $15 aro entitled to sis member,
Subscriptions from California, the Canada, arad
all Foreign Provinces, must be $3.50 instead of -$3,
in order to defray extra postages, Ac. . ,
Persons wishing to form dobs will apply for a
circular of terms, tea. ' "
Tbe beautifully Illustrated Art Journal, giving
Full particulars, will be sent on receipt of 18 cents, .
in stamps or coin. . ,.. .
C. L. DERBY, Acinar? C. A. A.,
640 and 548 Broadway, New York.
Subscriptions also received by
ISAAC N. WRIGHT. Hon. Sec., for Salem i
and vicinity. ;
n I a r a t men i
NEW BOOKS, STATIONERY, AC, AC.
A full assortment of Historical? Pootlcal, Sci
on ti Co, Biblical, Juvenile. Law, and elegantly been
Oi t Books, - -. : ; . ,
SCHOOL AND MUSIC BOOKS,
Wholesale and Retail. A large .-.
stock and great variety of Foolscap
Mercantile Tost, Bath Post,
Commercial Note and t
Billet Papers of virion "
sixes, plain and fancy. En- :.
voiopes. plain ana lancy, and all
sixes; Unrated Papers, Drawing
Paper in roll, Tracing Cloth, Pattern
A Tissue Paper, ' and mater- " ' rf
ials for flowers. Arnold' - - "' -
MaynardsNuyes, Copying,. ..p
Carmine, Red nnd Indel-. . rJ
lible Inks, Copying Books, Blank
Books,' Memorandums and Pass
Books in great variety. Writing Books, STatd ,
Pencils, Polton's Outline Maps, Steel Pens, Ac., '
Warranted Gold Pens,
Inkstands, Artists' Colors and Brushes, Panel, '
Pucket Books, Pictures, Penholders, to. Print-'
ers' Cards, Reward and Visiting Cards. A large
assortment of Wall 1'aper ; cheap Window Fix-,
tures, consisting of Rollors, Brackets, Cord, Tass
els, OilCloth, Oil Shades, plain'and fancy "Paper, '
all of wbioh the public is invited to call and ex
amine. , .
"411 of our etistmnari, tie tefot tij aisM, ' : x
Will in our mine la lstteri of litloS Until,'1
in the front window, J. M'MILLAN.
Salem, Nov. 5, 1859, . I
l M 13 II O T Y P E
AND PHOTOGRAPH ARTIST, ;;
SCHILLINGS' BLOCK, MAIN STREET, '
S A L E Mi
Salem, June 23, 1858.
JAMES SMILEY, M. D.
Office and Residence four doors West of WHIN
NERY A FIRESTONE'S DRUG STORE. South
side of Main Street, Salem, Ohio. ' .-'?
Salem, July 3It. 1853. . d Zr
A RESIDENCE WORTH $600!
fox 0alc fox $500,..,;r
SITUATED on EAST MAIN ST., NEXT iTESt"
OF ISAAC TRESCOTT'S RESIDENCE.
Enquire of " ' ISAAC TRESCOIT J.,,
Balera. Oct. 1, 1859. , .
JOB WORK NEATLY EXECUTED;
BLANK DEEDS. Moiteiees. lilt aott
Notes.Exfcntionj: and Summons tit lib it
this Office. ' - ;
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