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Sale of Goods! Take Notice!
Tlioso who were interested in tin Fair at ;..! .New l.yiim Know ini.i very iun) ...... .i - . were unsold, oonin 01 uicm na e sue. 11 tiisnosed of, but most of them remain on hand, It is very desirable thai Iheso goods which . , ., . WPregivco to rid bo .......slavery cause. stiOilM 1)6 cijnverlml into money; and as llm members of the Salem Sewing Circle think nrtirdt s nro 11st what the people ol ll.is vic.liilly woiilil Hue 111 ouv, aim nave innrco- ver ottered lo superintend 1111 ir su:c, i:iosu who wish to procure any 01 uiein can do so ,y applying at the Kail lload Hall, Main St. near the Dank, on V!ncsday 1 lie '.'.'ir l. w lieu the ilrjt applicant w ill have the. first choice. Do you wnnt a bed quill! you will find plenty of llintn there, some of then, very I ' xplendid too; you can take your choice, lor there is a variety. If you do not wish a hi d quilt you may find a cradle quilt that w ill . .. ., 1 1 1 ; 1 1 Hint you. I mm the numbered babies socks, J , , , , .. . . the uoods, and the stockings and nut- . . . t . 1 -.i 1 1 .1.- i:..i ......... . 1 (UI1H lor t' 11 1 1 u ro 11, tiuu Hits nine njnuu iiiiui'. nil bonnets we should at least one half! osed'of juveniles; and dresses, and caps ane jiidje that the donor the world was compose not only is clothinir provided for the till! ones, but there are dolls enough to delight a small army of children. Thereare plenty of articles too thai adults need. Have you a horse! there will be an excellent bridle which is just the lliing ynu need. A variety of nee dle books tecently manufactured by the Sa lem Circle can ho procured there if you want a tasty one you can find tt, or it you , 1 i r c-..!,.. Want one 11 a 1 enonon tor 111 I t i:l V or 111 It 1 " . J Jletsey you can be suited. Y on will also li ml tin re pin cushions, and toilet cushions, fiiini mats and other worsletl work, some of, it very beautiful, collars and bosoms, shoes, reticules, hook-marks, needles &c. &c. Those who wish to circulalo anti-slavery diK-uinunts, and thus keep the tpieslion be fore the people can procure them at the Hall on ibo day of the sale such, for instance as the Narratives of Douglass and of brown, both fugitive slaves, I'hillips' review ofNpoo ner, llrolherhood of Thieves, Madison pa pers, &.c. l!ut we have not time for farther enumera tion, nor do we wish to write a catalogue. Come and look for yourselves and buy what you want come and be suited in a purchase, and at the same time benefit the anti-slavery cause. All the goods will be disposed of at reasonable prices; no articles icil! lie Mild on riinimi.ssiun; and the entire proceeds will go directly to the spread of anti-slavery light, the increase of anti-shivery knowledge. At the sale at Itavanna last summer, $100 was taken, can Salem do less than double that amount ! Thu Hall w ill be open for visiters at 10o' clock on Wednesday morning, and continue through the day and evening. Admissiou six cents. Cassias M. Clay. Appears desirous to maintain his auti-slave-ry reputation at loasl in the estimation of Home and w ishes the community to under stand that be is as much of an abolitionist now as before ho went to the wars ; ami is lie not! Wo think a great mistake was made by some in the estimation of his anti slavery character previous to that event, and we doubt whether there was anything in bis views of slavery and 1 mancipation inconsist tnt with a crusade against Mexico. llUan-li-slavery was based rather upon policy than principle; ho contended not for immediate, but gradual emancipation. The benefit of the white man of Kentucky, and not of the slaves of America was the great desideratum with him so at least we have understood his position. We can readily conceive how, villi such views, he could fight Mexico, or to prove his allegiance lo Ibis government live in a Mexican prison. In doing this he ... . sacrificed no principle, lor wu.i nun no pnn- cinle was involved in the moveoienl, and l.oliev tiiav chan.'o wilh the rising and the ,.; f ,i, Setting ot tlio sun. , . , , , but wo designed to make no such com- upon bis course. We toidi up our pen merely to introduce an extract from a letter he recently wrote to the Christian lie- Hector; and here it is : "What.is the basis of ibo whole fahris of ! That the majority rule. Thai llie let'iliinale end of government is to secure lite ri.'bls of all. minorities as well as . . ... ., . .i 111:1 1 on I It, is true, will suppose mai ine imperfeclkms ol buiuaiitty fall short ot Ihe protection ot all llio citizens, w tiat are you to do? (;iveitallup in disgust and fall back upon the unlimited despotism of a sin-' gle man? Surely nut. What then ? Sun- ply if we cannot all do as wo please to do lot thu majority do as they please to do. vou. uentleuien. fuliud a belter rule of action than this? Have you, knowingly and in good faith, entered into llio partner tihip of the American government ! Y'uit have agreed to play ; you have put up the stakes; you have cast the die; you have lost! What say you will you pay up ! One pays up after a fighti unother pays up alter some grumbling and swearing, and the third pays up with a gentlemanly grace. Now which is the honest and sensible man, . U. or C, the first, second, or lam? You jnd I and Ihe. American people nave loriued his ...irtnership of Republicanism : we have .. . I ...II U,i..l put up iue si.iivea. ..., .. .....,;., whatever ihe consllluted authorities by leoal majorities enact, that we will abide. Congress says there shall be war wilh Mexico, we have said we are opposed to war wilh Mexico; we have dime our J i wei have i) aveJ I he .'ame and have lo.-l ! What shall we do ' Shall we refuse to pay ! You y, yts: 1 wy, ot. Tiiiw - uu d tl il! "Logic" brings lis just In this point : shall w " ":" ' naVB azrrei In ,io nr not ." 'ay, no: 1 sty, vis. Yo,i must c-ilhr. l on go v.-iili the government or ,iov,: tlio go- vermm-nt. i-ur in v tiari. irr;.i it - n ' . " ............. o. . - men 10 me inn 1 cxas iiiiqniiy and Mexican vvar, ihey w tire yet morn Hiill'crable than rev "''li'm and tin, dtssnl,,,,,,,, of llie union. I here cannot be any middle ..round. lfvii .,, P,y hHnn l.ihprH S ,, J, ., playing ll you refuse tn carry out I he enactments ,,f government, ihcte is an end nr -.11 iv 11 . . '" 011. 1111: 1110 rrgumr y,t lie n ,; ,,r jt. s:-,ull a man lie nl all ifiivermni'iit. Wi irtiiy ought to light, not you, a rnlunlrtr. y ought regular In light ! Ilccaus,i cused ho is lor a violation ol principle because 1 1 1 . 1 . 1 ""ii.- 11 1 coinniiiteil a criine in joining the army, then did every soldier, who Miel vol t !io war unjust commit the mine crime. Why then denounce only illrl ( cum niilli'd a crimp in onhi" In tile war. ll...n , ' ' ' " "y'S juslice ol 1 In; war, who coninhiiteil money by pay- w, lilXCSi nr vv,,f) (r lvw .i( Hm, ;o,njor ; llm army commit tne mini- n hnr. If tin re : xv',s a " l" opposing the justice of the ' war. w lio ilid not use all the e eri.'n and ,.i,i,.!, ,..,, , ,: , . , . Im aus, lucli. utter providlio; lirst p.r Inni among ; Bel and his. ,n owes universal m in. in aid '. ni' tt.u 1. 1 .. .' .in. .... .mi..ui nun a'aini nie .-Mnerieiu """.v. that man commuted the ,;'tc crime. jj" J.'"1'1 s'' '''J''"'1 ;'ll this, every man hohShe'e.rin,'.'' of hZ,"Zu?J"Z tlld not take up arms against the Americans, and who w as not ready lo peril bis life in the Mexican cause, lliat lean couimiiled the same crime. Let iiiiparii.il reason then do. teriniiic. who has been the victim of you, or I. Once'mnre. 'i'he jury is the b !!ul creatitre of the govi rnuietil ; the prison-r has undergone a fair trial ; all the forms of llie law have been eonipli-d wi'h ; he is eon. ilemni il to he hung In death. You individ ually Ihiok the in in innocent, or you ap? e,i- puulstiineuis "Yon must either go with the government or dissolve the (government." This wo think a true position, anil the arguments Cassius M. Clay ha used lo prove il, and the illus trations he presenls are to the point. And we ask, reader, will you x" with ihe govern ment, or will you ilimwlri: the government ! Are you for uhcilicnrc or lor rcri'.'siUnn ? Are you for doing- wrung as a part of the Naiion '"e.i i" I mi.ll pu,ll.-IIOO'nis , vol la " ' . . . . 1 1 . . J . -- I tin ! It you lliink Willi ine, vmi will, it ,lnl ynl WU l(i,,,y r,.ti,,. .,, e.;V(, 1!e , (1(J it You iire a coward in stu b case. 1 say 'illier hung II Hit- or h;:i htm. much p. tn be as efclisisteul as was (.'as-ins M. day you must do as be did, and volunteer lo light the Mexicans. - i,I organization, or for doin.r W,,' as nn iodi. vidi, all If voo irn fur th.. ir,,viri.,, ooi il.ro. " Auburn Convention VS. National Era. The Liberty League which claims lo be convention at Auburn, N. Y., adopted the following preamble and resolution: ll'Iiei 'ens. It is proposed to establish in the city of Washington a newspaper, which shall be tilt! open ami liunnalilied advocate of newspaper, which shall he eiiieieut lor the overthrow oi shivery, hy faithfully represent- ing and indicating ihe distinctive features the principle, lor instance, the legitimate- Liberty party at iis recent shivery, antl, whereas, In the event ol its es- tahllsliu.ent il will bo very important to have there a Liberty party newspaper also tt of that parly : that the federal ( onslllutioii is a positively iinli-shivery, instead of being, its the Ihlilnr of llie National lha interprets il, a positively pro-slavery instrument; and 1b.1t, Instead of providing power, as llns lljilor supposes, to seize the fugitive, and thereby create slavery even within the limits of a free State, it pro vides power lo overthrow slavery within lite limits of every slave Statu: the principle, for instance, that the laws, by which slave holders retain their fi How men in slavery, are entitled lo no more respect than the laws of any other pirates; mid that it is right a high and I leaven-required diuy the Kdilor of the National Kru to the contrary notwith standing, to advise and help slaves In escape j from Ihetr prison bouse: ihe principle, lor l"uks, ."Oil commercial restrictions; and to I lilt up lis warnings againsl secret, societies : . ...i,,.:,,. ,-r :,..,. l,,.,,, ;, ,.., j . reaarded hv the Kdilor ol" thu National i Kra, that no slaveholder is lit for civil ollice. ami no person, who thinks a slaveholder hi . . . 1 . ... . . I to wield Its sacretl powers: anil the princi- ( ,-iir insl;lci,, 10WCVt.r it nii,y hB regarded , ,y tins ilditor, that no advocales of, nor apol- ogists for slavery, nor " dumb dogs," who , -T,"C'' -""'"'S "IL' " """J ul i:wii..:il enon.leiiee or iiatroteii.i ( y.,,.,, .,-,,,,., That, tied helping us, we will promptly follow up the establish Uepublicanism " menl of the contemplated pro-slavery press ; wilh the establishment ol an anti-slavery press instance, mat the tiioerty parly is, noiw iiit- standing luo contrary judgment ol tins J.dil- or, a per mane u par.y. anu ineie.oic. ...,., conniry; and to denounce not only slavery. but such oilier giant oppressions, as w ar and "u''i 'J0 " -ue uaiuu ... nuoAt. (i nilivs, iiiKi I'uiiuiit'iciiii M'sii iciumis f iii iti iu j ot ihe Liberty party type: And ,....... 'i'i. .. ;.....r..l I ;.. ccitt. j .,... .." 1 no uisparagcineni 01 1110 emineni i.iieni .111,1 . inei.ny i mi iioiw, mml.i ,uiiih ...c ! National Kra, and no denial, that there are respects, in which that Taper is useful lo the anti-slavery cause, notwithstanding the deep injury it does lo it, among such as mistake it fur an exponent of the views of thu Liber Have I ty party ; and among such as mistake the di luted ami luoiieiisive uocirines 01 11s columns ' previously appropriated !.j00 to sustain, do for those stern, uncompromising, and glori- ous ones, by the power ot which a Garrison antl a Weld a Gootlell and a Green have l.r.tl.-iii tl.11 i.uiltir wl 11 mho rs nf ihirf omiressive Nation, ami" prepared ihe way lor the speedy deliverance of the slave. Dr. liailey of course receives this wilh all his usual equanimity ; anil in return, shuws that the papers which the convention bad r.r 1. . 1 i-m . - .. : V ot all of then, hir .,v ....... teach "s.ern. J - - uncompromising, and glorious doctrines" in I , . ' . . . b j 'filal' 10 chsttel slavery-lbe Many rat- ri'u, for instance, whicli would hold on 10 Mexico by force; and J'ourig .imeiiat, the leddl o( , . j ' , Refo, , wliel. con.tdcrs slavery as s .vnno, wro.,. 0iup4:tJ with tin b.J monopoly. In regard to tlir controversy hrtwpcn the 1 :i..,., I ..,i il,n l.ii.eritr ..nrlv. it is ' .. . 7 ... '.i.:..i. ...i. " IIMl"'f '" "u"mr'n,e lo "s "'"I". nur should we trro.iny mourn n iney milium illustrate the story cl tlte kilKenny eats, or licit better 0110 of the snakes which entirely swallowed each oilier, A Revival Meeting. 'J'lm Molhodisls of this place have for some time been holding a religious mectino; w ith the hope t magnetize some of the people and indium them to join their church. With what decree of success their lahois have been alieudcd, we cannot certainly nay. We understand, how ever, that a few men, and epiile a lumber of women and ehildri n have united with ihcin. ll'thesn persons are en liohtcned in rei;jrJ to the character of Amer ican Method ism, if liiey know what kind of a (rod the churches of this land worship. Humanity may v. ill esclaiui in I lie lanouaye of thu litany of one. of the sects, "From all such conversions, oood Lord deliver us!' lint Ihp probability is, they were ignorant id' whal ihey did, that ih.y were Ihe blind lul- X"" " UV""i M wllu Her have been blind than to err wilfully that they became intoxicated by sectarianism, and uiiiUr its influence joined, ihey know not w hat, and consented lo hold christian fellow-' Wl ; , blitp iviib, they know not w hom. I he time Will come, we l,s, -l .I...1, vii; -i.l Ul'1 ie clear, and they will see the church II...::. 1.0 , 1 1.1, .inn ner ministers r.,- ih;ij are 1 lor the history of the American church ai.d cjer- gy will he so plainly written that a wayla- ling man though a fool rhall nut err in coin- prelienuing it. John P. Hale. In a letter to Samuel Lewis lias siL'nified his icccptance ol Ino nomination ut the llutl'alo j Lonvention, and tnys : ; "It has been suggested to tne, and indeed j I have private Iciiuis lo tin: s., oil'cct, tnal ' doubts bavu been expressed to some extent, laud perhaps much more generally entertain- ot ihe U. 8 Constitution, which cry, then do I belong lo such a parly. U.it if It bo supposed or lulentied, that there is lo , be any mimical influence in the name of "tiar- fit than t-Yin-i....s.'iL Vi'licl'lo-i- 1 ri...ll,r I i ly am a Hsiliurty purty inaii un.i Uulunjr io ! Ihe liiliurty i;iny" anil tliiit il u tMfcltfd ut ' tl. .t i t t.i. I i. .. 1 1 1 ! 1111; unit 111 iiiu t-uiiiiii.iim.diiuii, 1 miuuiu uiUiir un and solve ihesu doubts. To dn ll... i. is 1 necessary delitiileh' to understand Wlial is . 1 . . 1 : . ..... . iiieiiui. uy uu: question, ji oy n, 11 oe illtell- di d 10 ask, whether I am ready to co-operale Willi iin.se who hy inJependeiit, organized and individual action are striving to carry oui certain principles such as loose embodi- etl in the resolutions of luo liull'alo Convert- ,; ,, 1 : , -.1, . ; Hon, who desire lo withdraw Iroiu ihe tnstl- tniiouof slavery thai suppoit which it ., Covcriiiiienl and seeks its termination by1 l edeial action, where it exists under Federal juriMiii lion, and Siatu action w liure il exists in, 001 onue .iutuoriiy, so inai our ueclarailon ol Independence shall be soinellunr Ulan a rhetorical nourish, and the claraiion !!r.. m.'i'i'.Im I'li-lllillllC', declares. j anion other things, thai it was ordained to I "secure the blessings of liberty lo ourselves 'and our posterity" no longer be a cruel mock- ty so thai by joining it, 1 thereby subject my public conduct to the supervision or di rection of its ollicers or con, milieus, then I say most emphatically, 1 tin not belong to any such patty.-' The writer speaks of seeking ihe termina tion of slavery "by c'eilural action w here it exists under Federal jurisdiction, and Shto action where, it exists under Slate authority." Does not this language imply that thu Cete ra! (iovernuieiil has no power to abolish sl,i- , . very where it ihics exist under Statu auihoii- J ... t ll air ,1.,.. .,...1 '.,'... ro.l.lt.. J ', .. ', , " understand 11, it certainly does not seem .11 J perfect harmony with the doctrine taught by : I 1 loo much of a man lo place himself under Sniiervision or direction of its .Libera- i , , . ,- ... ,, , i pariv s) tlucers or coiuin Uei s. Itisposst- i 1 - ' 1 : lj!c ll'u lmrly ';iy i' J H""- H'i- nou.ina uients . lion has placed them in llie condition of the hoy, who, after raising the flood-gate, became ! frighu-iied bee j l.ineny party generally, which is, unit li Inderal ouverninenl has power to abolidi b,uve ,lir,lUg,,olll 10 uniim lrnion. T,is "owever must bo borne wilh, in view of lis i nruiltibiltli, whicli is, at thu present time es. peciuliy, no uiiimportanl word in the polilicjl ; i ,. i.,- lULuoiiiiiiji We are .Had lo see that John I Hale is cause ho cuultl neither stop oil the water nor control the machinery it had sel in mollmi. Oi'' Some of thu Whig papers say thai j "lo len liegimeni Uill becomcsalaw by lite i :...r.. ii-,.;.i. :...-n .. uoio.n 01 i,i onyiess, u w 111 nisi nave , 0 ,,.,s4 ,irolj,, ;l ..severe ordeal." Wonder whether il will become purified by the ordeal, ami so divested of all evil that no harm w ill ensue from its passage ! What bold men llieso Whig Congressmen, are; if they do fur nish men and money for thu war because thev are afraid of Polk and bis narlv. ihcv r- have al least sufficient courngo to subject the written law lo si "aevere ordeal" before- vo ting for it, and that perhaps is as much us j have at least sufficient courage to subject the i written law lo si "aevere ordeal" before- vo- . b'l0"'d bo expected from them, j Tn. Counl.xl, K,:ci iii.ii:. The conslitu- ,j0 li,.puhlic oi Liberia will nol allow , w bile iiieti lo become citizens. The colored freemen are determined to be equal lo their , colorless friends 111 America. 1 ''ey do credit to uicir leacliers, who, iron, ' . r. r.!t.k:,li.i ir,?nrv Clav down to Guakw i Kiliut (Wesson have taught them the inviuct- blllty of coniplexional prejudice. It is just as silly and as wicked for them to fxclmle from equal constitutional privil.-ge, ali wiio not W.W, as for Ohio to deny the t,. righis lo i'.l who a.'c nt u:i.'.c General Items. ' Independence Hall, Philadelphia, and Juno 71 1. , ,. ,,.., , ,, .... 1 . ... v iii.j n.- i tic , u o I National Cim-.. , i I'tilioii is to he hi Id. Tl Ihe (' all tin here are hut tliret' oiii 111:1 no 1 r rii i.. 1 oiled .Slates, and llu su furnish nearly i' pins used in Ihis criintry. One of Ihein turns otV weekly ,,hout :);l,:-i I.Plltt, done up in p.ipcis ready ,,r store sale. The Knylish l',.,sl ().,ee ehar'es but two cents postage 011 a letter, and y,.l its yearly revenue is 3l,(HI0,lHli. The Paul Jones Kti amer, says the !,ouis yilln I'ouriir, ran into the Major Harbour and injured bor so much that she sunk before they could run her ashore. Uu y from live to eilil persons were lost hy ,ts disasier. Th er was wide and s'.iaighl where the occurred, and il must have rupiiml v, bio skill to brino- the boats in culliai one of course w as to blame ! riv- iiceident .No j ' 's rumored that (iVnoral Dutler, the f,(li thouohl ; r,'r "bo succeeds Seott in command, has b.en ,,irecl-d lo 1UreS' N' Tfii"i ' '"run r V. . -S. Commissioner. If this be true the peace and has ,-.id lo its sluckhuljci ihirty-scvu millions of dollars. 1 uor!,i 's n,tire uioonsliin ,, . , ! J he l-.rte canal cot ;.cn millions ol dol- ' . . . . . i ' t...,-. .e years j It is s-.id that a pint of blacked lime to each ! hill of potatoes the lime being covered in ; with the potatoes will prevent ihe rtd, mid greatly improve the quality of the vegetable. j The Duke of Wellington sleeps on a nar- i row, hard bed, which scarcely a fiords room talked of as the probable result of Trial's la- I in turn over. He Hays when a man in bed 1 wishes to turn, lie should turn out. I I "' a 'aw ol Husida, no Kiuperor can occu- : pv lis throne more iban twenty-five years. j V i,....3 ..... come,,.J ,1,,. . ivenlv-see,,,,.! Ir A r ,l- .. l.l.il...! .!..!:- , -." i "i iiu.ioe, jioia, uas pu:i- ished a i honctic iesiament. tves more uemoeraiic mail repuiiiiean A- j 'ear of ,,js rcin' und wiM acconliirly Imvo 10 ubJ icutu in llirro y u:ts. We slimildnH ' t 1 r . . Ik lie SUFIf StM II. UWO.T fl 1 1. 1 rfinfilin Kilvjsjii ! ' . - ' ... " iiieric.a. ! . , , ,. . ,, . A I,:1S hn'" "I'l'1""' I'aria for making artificial stone of any and every qual- jpy. If Nature does not look sharp, Art will ' . " .. 1;.. 11 c .1 1 1 ' monopolize a good share of the business she . . llils "''' ll"iug lor some thousands of years. '":"! Hi nnkwki.i., who was convicted ! n' arson, anil sentencetl to ileulh 1 ntler the ' law nf Massachusetts, has bad his sentence L.U1UI,., ,y (jUVcrnor. Jt was clearly ! I'roven lo the Hxeculive that Hunncwull was I a poor imbecile 1111111 ono w hoso menial do- ficlency undoubtedly placed him beyond the j , of ,,.,, ar(.ountabi!ity. ' ing was so nearly illegible thai a strong mag nifying glass bad to be used lo discover il. The weekly birllia in London average twelve hundred the deaths one thousand. I rea Wl! ' Mo cany on Ihe war witii Mexico some two or . , three years longer, j A bill has been introduced into the Senate of ihis Slate, allowing every man of 'rood Shakespeare's autograph, written on the fly leaf of a dirty, water-slained book, was recently sold in L'nghind for .(.'!. The writ- The Assessors of Ohio report the value of' I i 0Vl'r,;,,""J a11 llB resistance that thirteen and and personal properly in the State to be i i il a fraction of $ 11 0,000, 000 enou"h In Sweden, water is used for blasting rocks in winter lime. A hole is drilled, the water I mor, character to practice at the bar " . " "' - . ' 'i'u iru in, iiuu inn v iiiibl(M c.H)SiU i)V US r - ' fri'L'zl"r.r "l,lls ''" A gloho of water one inch In diameter is said to be able lo sentat'.ve of Texan Republicanism, lately i .. ,!,, ih .,,..rri,;...l ,1 .: j '. , . . j i what loves land. if: so in my coarse and vulgar way a half tons weight can present. v... n..... .i. rt..:.. o:M.lt.ll. .s.c iio.siti.,, u,u ,ii lejne- 01 Aeiv oru, in wmcn no asscneu, "There is not an American upor. earth hut ((.'real lip- U is llio fact, though 1 say plaiisc.) i our ancestors, when Ihey landed at l'lymotilh, upon that famous rock, were not contented wilh that barren spot, but pro ceeded in their might, and went on progres sing at Jamcsiow 11 as well as at l'lyuioiiih, till all the country was possessed by ihein. r rom the lirsl uiuinenl nicy laiideti nicy went trading with the Indians, and cheating li fin out of their land. Now the Mexicans ! reason why we should not go on tlio ' I ... I . , I c-onrsp riovc. mid lake their lands. Nor do we. provided stealing land either are no heller than the Indians, and 1 si 0 no same from the Indians or Mexicans is right,- bill fact that somebody else got somebody else's land by lliel'l or by haul very poor reason why ihe I mied rob Mexico of her s. Il the (iener.il were at our elbow we should like to ask him bow far south he would I tradiiit', is a I Sutes shool J IllUiCII llio iirilllb OI ll U Vlll" iriuir I ... .. . - m.... lpn . ., ths s.siciD, ,re n0 M. , th,U ,., Injj,ln., how much better are the inhabitantb of New Grenada an I Yeneii.U t,u(, lUbM (lf MfxicoJ The' are .1 mixed f inil lb ,,,,,, . (,oll f,f , I I A.'.' '.S-S'dXC!.. .Ou'.li a c. J ihe stat 01 P.rt' i's p Tt nk liny of w hile j. ip-i I i i-.n pirn lakes its way." New (irandila and Vrn 1 ezula must be mrs. Next conies Dra.il Willi The same reasoning thai justifies the coippiesl of Ihe o'lici.s, jusli!i'S the coiepiest of this; and ('ape II irn i. tin' only point where ihe invi diam army can rc-f upon it- aims and f 1 I that us mission is accomplished, and "oianifi si destiny" ol lliose who suit it filled. t!,.- lul- To Correspondents. V. ( V. of ICs Mr,., ;. S. 1 f II. in,,! N. 1!. (d 1!. In copying the names of new Mibsoiibers into ihe mail hook, theirs w en unfortunately ouiiltcd. We have just dis covered the iuil.ikr; and rectified it are ve ry sorry it occurred. They aie credited by one year's subscri plion coiiionui-ing with Ihe present number. J. W. W. !ll letter came to hand should like him to si ml a Tew more of the same sort. Tne article ipicrinl afier was forwarded via. N. (i. some time since. I.. M. Her -Words of Counsel" ihall have place lit N t Week. NotiTii I'Aiitii.iNA. There is a brunch of sts iii North ( '111 olina; the Wesb-van Metho, and a recent number of ibo True Wesiv an contains a b tier Mom their pjeaeln r Mr. Croi.ks, in which, alirr sneaking of the pro gress of anli-slau.y Kcniimct.ls there, he says : "Il is the opinion , ' seme of ihe most in- tiilna, til nun 0f .. f. ,, Mll, IM ., lice .Slate, before many veils; and tli it in lie event of a dissolution' n'l the I'niini, N . ('. will go with lb- V til,. Tin. great spirit ol Liberty is beginning 0, breathe. .. u. peo ple; il her hosts 1 1 11 1 rally uuili r her slauo.ltil, inspired by a generous patriotism and i.i.bb. phllanlhropy, resolved Willi ll,,. Spartan sol- itier. lit ri.tiirn u.;.-, ..... Ll....,.i .1 the day is not lar distant i ,i..r ,1,.. ; j ! I I I tlllilcs of llm Ctrl ,.' y.,',,.-.',; her lair tree w shoot its lop to the sun. and east its cooiing shades over the oppressed of every land. e believe the death warrant of American slave ry is sealed in heaven, and the ang'-l of ini.t ey commissioned Ij execute it speedily." It seems then that some in North CarnU- n.i are speculating upon the probability time to modify any of the acts ol . . ress regulaiiug it. A motion lo l-'y the resolution oil (111! I able U':.e liernllei.,! 'II . to si, and :i ol , ,mt sj(.llt, m ,.,ko .,. Mldl ., Ui, curs. e would suggest to such wl. 1 - ... , , , ; uisso,ou ni ine l 11, anu upon ihe ,t,nd dings lias again been Stirling the congres- 8'oual lisli poml. He nhered a resolutmn to appoint a commitli e of five, to inquire into Xf "T they had better not prepare lor the event by practising upon a small scale, hy withdraw- ing now, individually, from a union which sustains slavery. Si.avr Tiiad:: at Washington. Citl- iw"' report whether the slave trade is carried 0,1 District, what legal authority sits- ,ails and whether it is expedient at Ihe rr0SBI" : Congre. ; . ecu 111s intention 10 ueiiaio lite resolution, ac I rJi" 10 rulj 11 ll,crirIl"" vcr. as a member from Georgia signi- What Nircr? An lllmiis representative asked leave lo bring a bill before Congress, ,.i...i..iiiS .... auiniasinii 01 ;en aie.uoo and L'pper Calafornia into the L'uion ! "Am I iuv liitoriiKit's Ki-i pi:n V The (!a7.tte must decline the piiPlicalion of an advertisement, headed rsl(u) iteivurd. W e are not awiire that such a naltrv mm, u-nl.l ; lempt a reader of Ihe Gazelle 'to catch a buy about "ten years old, rather spare and deli cately made, with black eyes, hair straight, though somewhat inclined to curl." Nor would any proposition of that amount induce them lo harm a woman twenty-six years old, who is said to be "very respectful and pleas ant when spoken to." No one would harm her when we say she is the mother of the "delicately made" hoy, and of tw o other chil dren also with her. ll is to be hoped that no one who reads the i ,;JZt!,lu is s .,oor .lat , ,.., .lu)ll, , 1 ..,,; i,:,, i1P ,., i I.,, .i i if-. j uu, iiitir j inn;, itiiiuru 1 I .inline alone in its most horrible form could . 'e'l'i" a man thus to sell bis manhood, hy turning an lnionnor. :omauw ho reads the i Gazette, ctuiltl eat bread which Would he lit j orally soaked in the bitt-r tears of a inolher nun tier nine ones, wini witli their hones ol ficedotii bligb'ed, would he by his act "ivn ! mice more tn the hands ol their task-masicrs. If this family are within Ihe limits of free ; I ennsylvania, we hope lor the honor of th I, i pr(S!j) ,,fi Hiuin ami of humanity, that no 1 ,riL'(-' 01 'IIBI" w" I"' found through the me. i , ,lM"n ''' "'he press. e are sure the ad- .1 ..r.ciui.-ni lint, uoeii seni lis liOUl Olio W HO does not read the Gazelle, lor no one who dues, cuultl thus insult its coiidiciuis and readers. 1'illdnirh tiuz. Who's to Hi. ami-:. A hand of depreda inrs which hail hitherto defied ibo police of ; i aris, nas recently neen discovered and up on . prehended. Listen to the opening ex nuiiia l lion ol their leader Thiibcrt, and say where . the wrong lies: -How old are yon! "As 1 tar as 1 can judge, about lony-live. " hat I is your profession!" "Thai of a thief." "What was your lather! "A Ihl. f likewise, and died upon the scad'ohl." "And vntir ; mother?" "A Ihief also, ami died 111 the pri llie ! son of Grcnold." "And. w hen you with I c'.iec In .'A.,p ir.'oi tin ur ivhusc Julicrs hut e 1 .wnun Injure llicm. ,IIIS Mx w!,v "ti.!hl you not t le.iru ; ull'nll,'r Irades" "li.c e 1 was diiven from I door In dooi; because no institution is mien, . . , riU Sjyrt 1,11,1 1 .... ' ' . f?r X ' Aaron liurr ; ,r undertaking ir, raise within the limits of ! the doled '.states, the means of wri tling Mrs. i f'"m t' dominion of Sp..jo.- n . tren are 1 l)?"''' --, "o. i- is 11.. t.- tne .ici.ii 01 p uriutisr.i to ult- . iit;l,U t. I'oi.k ami Hi niu Thu Louisville Jour- Temperance Mass Meeting. ON WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY. The N. w (Jard.-n Total Abslinence Sti cietv inirnds holdii.f; 11 Mass MeMing Pom im. Iieiiie on Monday" (h -1st. d I'eh. 9, 8t null- can, Mo light aiid br.ldinw over 'i'nesday the 'I'he p Mowing gem leinm hlive bePil ii.eii. 11 unil it iseicnd will Le in altcu ilai.cn and address the inn line;. Mr. .1. It. U illiaiuf. the old oiissionary, II. Aiul.ler ol .Sal, in, .lac. h lleaton, " l. M. Curdy, " l-ac Tr, scoti, " hr. .1. 1'. (iriiH i-)l nf C.'uilford and ntliprn. The Hanover Hand have also been inviled. ToineiitIiiend.sofTiiiiperai.ee and sppml me I. utii d..y of the (I'ailicr of bis Country) 1 in ibis elorti ms caesc. ly otiler of the moiety, JOSEPH O. EVANS Sec. New Garden. Jan 20, 1848. 1 Ioiiiesii-ad please copy. Receipts. j Jtisiah llullcn. Delaware, I -il copy, Alex. Sloiw, li'aoilolpb, . I l!ea!-., r I le.ith, A ndovei. ! Allen IJIo tihoilio , Mayvillf, : Nathan Lall, l'otn rsviile, I Kliz. Liikeiis. Marlboro", IU. I loops. i''.l,-loll. IVedt nee Toll. am Kcmc, 1'. II. Lie inis, New Lyme, .lonatli 111 Weaver. Salem, Itoliert llt.'ivson, (iraltou, .In 1. Mosher, Wampuiii, l,. vi M trtin, N. Lisbon. . ! lor. i-e Spencer. Harford, Llihn Duvis. Dcor.omy. Ann ! I id. land, Lim.ivillc, 1 1 ivul oi;t'ruii. Salem, IM. SI isliar ,1.. L" id! 1 .011-124 1.00-175 I.00-I3i! 1.50-109 J.00-131 1.U0-13S l.uo-as'j !!r-K0 1.00-1 7 1. 50-1 S3 1.00-1 Ml 1,00-11 SJ.oo-1-.u I.oo-ihi l.CO-ISl a. 00 71 i!. 00-171 1 . 1 01 -ill 1.00-1 (id 1,00-1 3rt i.:,o-ir.i S,00-1 13 i.ro-i.ri(; a.00-1.12 1,00-1 AC 1.00-1 11 l.jO-l.'tj l.rio-ic.j 1.(10-1 H3 1,00-18-J 1 .00-1 tsj :i.oo-i 17 1.00-1.'1 J.(Ki-113 50-1:11 50-157 1.50-170 1.00-181 1.00-170 y,.V)-iij 1.00-lrt-J 1.00-lh'J 50-151! 1 .00-1 8i 1.00-IH-2 1.00-1S-J 1,00-18-2 l.OO-lh-2 1,00-182 1,00-18-2 1.00-ltti-2 1,00-18-2 1..1... 11. ...1. .in 1 uii.3. , . . . , , . , I fc: i'!cas take notice, llii-t in the nr- ! n,o,vedoein, nt d'.-.iilisciinlion inonev for the ' It, ,,l .1 ...J.. , tl... I ..I... i - I . t, , ! I'oi I'. L. Ateht son, Mog.nlore, I'. S. Johnson, Si.lt 111, M.it'hew Simons. (;reensbort' Silas n.inls,.Ml. I'ntun, .1. Maxwell, Liberty, nios Line, Linesville, ',. Stone, Kinsman, .ino. I!. Ncssle, Lowell, .los. Si acy. do (', ... Shi-rnil", ll.itvev-biirg, N ill iiiiiel llrewsir-r, I'ellbro.-k, W. ('. Vn,t, r, Heson's store, Dr. li. Kestcr, Li ailmrwood, M. T. Johnan,, Short Creek, ! II. l'liud'.-, t' iiooh.-ilsitort. I'orlsinonih, D. li. .Mori.an, V.; iek villo. IS. . Murran. .1.. : i 1 1. 7 , ...r . i . . J . 1 in iv, . 1 1 o iniii , J,,,. Nonhnij., I'owh i's Mills . John C.illnh in, Salem, (..". llaL'auiao. Iliekorv. Klizaheth I'lice, Licsviile, i John Q. Wane, do i Mashak M:.-rcland, do ! Samuel I hJoies, do j .Itislina t'oihes, do i John Walluce, do 1 .1. I'lice, do C. Jolly fv Jenkins, Scio, ! Alphens ltariow, do Luther I'.row n, I'at.-li lirovc, iltll 111' ; J0,1!," "''"'i "erun, j ceil opposite ihe subscribers name, hut h!so tip' number of the paper to which he Iim paid, and w liieh will bu found ill the vultide column of figures. (ft- It was stated in a previous number, j that the expenses of Win. Lloyd Carnson's illness at i icvci.nid, were !?l 00 ; and an llir vitniion was extended lo those w ho wished to aid in defraying ilium, lo send iheir dona tions to the Treasurer of the Western Anti- Sl.iveiy Society such counibutions to bo J iiekuow ledged through the columns of lb Bugle. Amount previously acknowledged, J"),(l .las. llrockway, Kuiusey UeeVes, 1,00 Lyman IVck, 1,00 Marsena .Mnler, 1,00 .las. 11. Haiti e. in, ,.,) Susiin H.ildwin, S irab Laltiinore, ,1(1 Joiiu Siuils, f'J5 i'raucis Loomis, ,35 J1,15 J. ELIZABETH JONES. Tieasiirer. (C-'l'llI-: Si liSCIUItKWS take this cp. porttinily id' iulormir.g their friends and the public generally thai they have commenced the holesale lirocery Commission ami Fur warding business, under Ihe firm of G'liinore, I'oricr Mot. re. A II cotisiguiiipiils made lo ihciii will receive prompt alleniion. Upon llie rc'-eplion of such, ihey will yive liberal at ceplanei s if desired charges reasonable. Address G'ilmore, Curler Moore, No 2G, west l'ront streci, Cittciniiati. IHIUM S. Gl LMOIJK, l;i)i!KI(T COUTKK, Al GUSTII.S U. MOORL'. Ciiieiniiati, May 1, 1817. his, and their Political L'uaranties. C. Hurlhut. liooks for llio rcop'iC. Just received at the Sal.-in llooli-.Slore, Human hy K Woman, her Kducutinn and Inllupnce, by Mrs. Hugo Ueid, with notes by Mrs. C. M. Kirkland. The Philosophy nf Mesmerism. Hook of the Teeih. Hook of Ihe I 'eel I Combe's I'nw b-r's Chre.10lor.ical and Pliy- j t.iological woiks, Vc, &c. " i . .,,.. ,.,,,,,. Of Juveiiile', selected with great care. Ml tho standard "Water-Cure" works. j i'hnuptie Works all lliat are published in tin 1 nneti slates. A variety of School. Classical, fscioutific, and Miscellaneous L'o.iks-. Llank Conks, Slates and Stationary of all de scriptions. All offered 011 the most favorable terms, by D. I.. GALLIU'.ATH. SMCII, Jail. 1th, lil'J.