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THE ANTI-SLAYEltY BUGLE.
Letter from Arnold Buffum. 5r the Conference of Frienthi about to assemble (it Frien Is' meeting-house, near Stw Garden, Co lumbiana County Viio : SrETUREN AM) SlSTERS Having been born and educated in the Socie ty of Friends, anil boing eonfirmed in the prin ciples which made the founders of the Society so faithful to their rolling, and having passed through 9 sdmowhnt eventful life, in my inter course with the Society ond its members, till I have arrived at the age of almost seventy years, the published invitation to your Conference awn kened in my mind a feeling of sympathy and brotherly love which suggested the idea of com municating a word of encouragement for your Christian labors. I desire, first of nil, to thank God that tho spirit of Progress and Reform, which moved the founders of the Society of Friends, is still ur ging onward the successors of that noblo band who dnrcd to speak and to act in opposition to wrong, and to stand boldly and fuithfully for the cause of justice, humanity and truth. The Society of Friends, as a body, long since took a leading position in the Tcacc, Temper ance and Anti-Slavery reforms j and its mem bers, individually, wcro the foremost in organi sing Societies for the purpose of enlisting tho i co-operation of others In the accomplishment of these Christian labors. Such has continued to be the course pursued by Friends in England to tho present day: they stand faithful to the ori ginal principles of reformatory advancement; following tho blessed example of tho Messiah, they go about doing good ; and the happy re sult of this faithfulness is there witnessed in tho continued harmonious union of the whole body. But here in our land, sorrowful to tell, the story is very different. The cause of humanity and progressive improvement was advocated and advanced by the faithful labors of the most prominent Friends in America, until our rapid ly growing prosperity had produced an ari.sto cratie feeling among us which made oppositisn to the enslavement of the poor exceedingly un popular; then our old Anti-Slavery associa tions, which had been organized by members of our Society, cither became lifeless bodies, or ceased to exist ; and our members, who contin ued to sympathize with tho suffering and tho dumb, were exhorted to " keep out of all commo tions and ereitement.s, and to settle doirn in the quiet." Tho Society of Friends, as a body, withdrew from active labors in the cause of hu manity, and frowned upon those of its members who persevered in such labors. Ilut the spirit which moved George Fox and his associates could not be suppressed ; instead of quiet re sulting from t'..c crushing spirit of conservatism, we witness the convulsive throes of humanity pleading the cause of thoso who arc not permit ted to plead for themselves, and carrying out the declaration of the Messiah when he said " Think not that I come to send peace on earth; I came not to send peace but a sword." Let us, brethren, bless God and take courage that the spirit of progressive improvement is too powerful to bo suppressed, and that it cannot be chained. If there were none to follow its lead ings, tho time could never come when swords shall be beaten into ploughshares, or the yoke of bondage be broken. Let us never forget that Je sus said, " I have many things to say unto you, but ye cannot hear them now ; howbeit when He the spirit of truth is come, he will guide you in to all truth." If wo would attain to this bles sed consummation, we must leave the tilings which are behind, and press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus. It was the mission of our blessed Rc dcomcr " To preach the gospel to the poor ; to heal the broken-hearted ; to preach deliverance to captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that arc bruised." It was to inculcato tho doctrino of supremo lovo to God, and brotherly lovo to our neighbor as to ourselves. It was to open a door of eternal glo ry to all who believe and obey his rcquirings It was to make us " heirs of God and joint heirs with Christ," " who gave liimsclf for us, that he might redeem us from all iniquity, and purify unto himself a peculiar people, zealous of good "works." Tho mission of the church of Christ is to car ry out the glorious purpose of His mission ; it is to constitute an army of soldiers, under the guidanco of the Captain of our souls' salvation, to wage an unceasing warfare against evil, ond to unite a holy brotherhood in building up that which is good. It is to invite, to persuade, to induce the pcoplo of tho world to make a sur render of all that they have and all that they brc to the guidance and disposal of God's hea venly will ; and thus, by the removal of the ob stacles which wickedness has interposed, to pro pore the way for tho coining of that glorious hour, when the kingdom of God shall come,' mid His will be done on earth as it is in Heaven. May such bo our unceasing breathing desire of soul te Go J ; and may wo give demonstration ihat such is our prayer, by i'uitliful laliorsinthc discharge of our individual responsibility, which itlonc can render our prayers availing, or accept able unto God ; and to His name be all tho glo ry. AfTe.-tionutcly, your brother, ARNOLD BUFFUM. New York, 10th mo. 1st, 1849. Pennsylvania State Anti-Slavery Society. The rrococdings of tho Annual Mccting of tho Pennsylvania A. S. Society came to hand too lute for insertion in this week's paper. Tho meeting was, as usual, largo and interesting Many important resolutions were discussed and adopted. Wm, Lloyd Garrison and Sydney Howard Gay wcro present at tho meeting. Dugdale's Patent Bee-Hive. Those of our readers interested in the Beo cul ture will do well to examine thc advertisement HI another column of the Hive invented and pa tented by our friend J. A. Dugdalo. This Hive is highly recommended by those who have ex amined its merits, and has been decided superior to aU others at several Agricultural Fain. Inhumanity of Slaveholders. I.1 f..i. i.. , , , . i ami much more written, of the wronjrs mflic- , ... , ted on the jioor .laves, mid .t sc.ms, much more needs to lie mid, nml pressed home to . tho hearts of a guilty and temporizing pco- pic, before tlicy will be constrained to feel for those in bonds ns IkjuihI with them." Two ; years since, soma nl tho readers ot the IJii- gle will remember, 1 visited tiie land of whips and chains, and gave nt the time, in that pa- ' ' poer, an account of some of the wrongs, u ititnaarwl tr ittvanlT wliu'lt nm s-l.-nlv linnitnil upon the slave. ' 1 will give now a 'sketch of' 1 . i c m an incident w hich occurred a lew miles out j the country from Memphis, Tenn., I have . i t..i... f . ii iroiu iiiv uii'iiu f ijiiii n:i u iiuif ui Edinburgh, Portage Co., Ohio. I well roinoinWr the lieautiftil cbristmas morning, when the slaves were allowed to bring their little things to the market, to buy some humble present for their absent wives or their intended companions, whom tlicy generally visit during Christmas week, unless they are far removed. While I was oliscrv ing these things in Memphis, John lleightou wus witness to one of the most shocking out rages that was ever perpetrated upon our rncc. I am pained while I write. Ho was in the employ of Colonel Cliflon, of Tipton Co., Tenn. Clifton bad been admonished by bis Father and Mother, in early life, not to become a slaveholder j yet the temptation was too great ; be owned slaves, mid among them 'Jack,' a house carpenter, who was building bis master a bouse. Tor two months previous to Christmas be bad worked night and day, in order to finish it on or before that time so that he could be nt liberty to visit bis wife, who bad been sold from him, (by bis master, I think,) and whom be bad not seen for two years ! ! though bo had promised to visit her the year before this. His master left to attend a celebration of the Sons of Tem perance, a few miles distant; blasted hope filled 'Jack's' mind with dispuir; it required one week more of lalior to finish the bouse ; be said be could work no longer, und would leave to sec tho wife of bis youth ; bo coun seled with Heighten, and then with bis mis tress, whose sympathies were moved in bis favor, for that day be did no work nor could lie.' who in thc name of Cod, could 1 In the afternoon bis nmster came home, bringing with b'nn bis brother and other friends. 'Jack's' coinpluint was set before him by Mrs. Cliflon and Ilcighton ; bo beard it in silence, repaired to the barn, and got a rope, told 'Jack' to cross bis bunds, took him a few steps from the house to a tree, tied him to it, and gave him THREE HUNDRED LASHES!!! Such was the power of the Slaveholder, tbnt bis brother, bis wife and daughter, and oil, were silent, though she, slaveholder as sho was, Bhed many tears. Yet this man was accounted one of the finest men in tho place ! Friend Johnson, this is but a single instance; one's heart fuils to give utterance, and my pen refuses to record further. TRUMAN CASE. Randolph, Oct. 8, 1849. P. S. You wanted I should give sonic ac count of meetings which we hold. This is my account : John Juckson, a fugitive slave from Ky., and myself, held a glorious meet ing in Edinburgh on Sunday lust, (Oct. 7,) and we intend to continue the work. He carries on his person the mark of tho whip, and large scars on bis leg, where hounds have seized him, being set upon him by bis master, James Morris, of Mayslick, Mason county, Ky., a deacon in the Disciple Church in that place. This man reads the Millennial Harbinger, published by A. Campbell, which pleads the cause of the. " current reformation'' of the ninetectb century ! ! Yours, to cxposo wrong, T. C, Pious Fibbing. A correspondent of the Boston Congrcgation alist a paper edited by a brace of Doctors of Divinity tells a story of a colored man named Gilbert Whitnkcr, who went to 'Worcester, Mass., on St. Zachary's fust day, to raise mo ney to buy his daughter out of slavery. Hav ing collected about $30 from thc Orthodox cler gymen of thc place, and their followers, by go ing lound to their several prayer meetings, ho went, we are told, to tho great Anti-Slavery Convention in Hospital Grove, to solicit uid of t he Abolitionists. He obtained there, accord ing to the aforesaid correspondent, oidy tho tri fling sum of $1,25. This, the Editors of the Congrcgationalist remark, is very significant ; and they sneer at Abolitionists as illibcr.d and penurious, notwithstanding oil their professions of benevolence and philanthropy. And this sto ry finds a place in tho Ohio Observer, publish ed at Hudson, thc head-quarters of Orthodoxy on thc Reserve. A lie may be as effectually propagated by tho suppression of a part of tho truth as by a downright unadulterated whappcr. On this ground wo charge both tho Congrcgationalist and the Observer with ' pious fibbing.' Thc Ed itors of thoso journals know perfectly well that the mass of Abolitionists arc conscientiously op posed to freeing slaves by purchase ; and the same Itcvcrcnd deceivers know equally well that in their pecuniary contributions for t he pro motion of measures which they believe adapted to givo freedom to tho slavos, they set an exam ple of liberality to which tho popular Churches can furnish no parallel. Those sleek Boston parsons, who feed fat ' on their salaries of from $2,000 to $3,000 a year, look well do they not? while sneering at a company of hard working Abolitionists, who possess compara tively little of this world's goods, but who aro yet maintaining, against fearful odds, a strugglo in bohalf of Freedom upon which even tho an- gels look down with intense and holy interest. O the shameless tricksters ! College for the People of Color. y .J'" j'1' been pondering the duty of Christians to tho colored population ot tins COUIltry, who arc constantly increasing in nuin in her, are degraded in position, and yet must form a ncrmnncnt nortion of our nonulution. Must Hov. Mr. Avcrv of Pittsburgh, as our readers , ... . ,vi. . already know, has determined to establish, at own cxpcn9c , Co11(bc for WncM of thc co,orcd pcopl(j IInItford (Ct.) KciiBious UcrM conUins t,(, foUowing rcp0rt of remarks ma(,e by ,lim at ,hc ,ntc mccting 0f the Amcri- can Missionary Association : kCVi jjr. Avery was then called upon to givo an account of tho Collcgo for colored persons which ho is building at his own expense. He remarked, I should prefer not to speak ol tne hlhon in which I am personally engaged, but iirlii m tinn mimt nftm vinlrl tn (lutv. i'or YCFV . .. . ..... they always bo left to ignorance ? Must they always be eonlincd to tho less lucrative and honorable employments, and be more waiters ond shoe-blacks Tho nrciudico which exists against them is unreasonable, unchristian, and cruel. I have felt it to be my duty to use tho property which God has given ine, mainly to benefit the colored race in this country and in Africa. With this view I am engaged in estab lishing a College for colored persons, male ond female, in Allegheny city ; for I wish to be my own executor, and to do what I may for them during my life, rather than to lcavo my designs to be carried out after my death by others. An eligible site has been selected, suitable lor the ncccssarv buildings and surrounding grounds. An excellent charter was obtained from the lost legislature, giving us all tho prerogatives ot a college. The building has been commenced and is now under cover, and will bo finished in a few months. There will be amplo accommoda tion for two hundred students, and tho upper part will be finished off as a church for tho col ored people of thc vicinity. Thcro will be a board ot nine trustees, ol whom threo wui oc white, ond six colored. Wo shall commence with the lowest branches and gradually proceed to those w hich are higher, adding one instructor after another as the necessities of tho case may require, untU a full collegiate course of study is taught. Ground is appropriated for tho erec tion of houses for thc professors. We are now looking for a competent man to be President of thc institution, and hope bythc nidol uousoon to find one. The institution will be endowed so os to have a permanent income of $j,000 a vcar. which will cover nccdiul expenses, au this we hope to accomplish by the divine bless inc without havina to call on thc Christian com munity for anything but their prayers, which we earnestly request. Anti-Slavery. Messrs. Henry C. Wright and Parker Pillsbury spoke in the Court-House on iriday afternoon and evening last, to ro spcctablo audiences. Thcv dealt many heavy and well-directed blows against the institution of slavery, and exposed tho heinous nbouuna. tions of tho svstcm successfully. Much that Mr. Pillsiiiuy said on thc subject of inmviiv ual lir.si'o.NsimLiTY, was forcible and iinpres sivc. These gentlemen make out thc voters of this country to bo a set ot graceless characters go vcrnincnts and organizations generally to be ve ry iniquitous. Political parties find not much tavor in their eyes. It wo understood them correctly, thc Free Soil purty is rather thc worst ot thc tli ice, inasmuch as tlio lug and Demo cratic parties aro openly serving the Devil, while the r reo Sodcrs seem to be " wlunpmg tho Dov il around the stump," to be acting, under cover of very high professions, for tho promotion of sinister ends, or in other words are currying on a great scheme ot Hypocrisy l That thc Devil has many followers and adhe rents in our land, cannot, we presume, be fuirly denied. But if we should admit that nil who act by tho instigation, or under the influence tho Devil, are to be found exclusively in thc po litical parties of tho country, we might be deem ed quite too charitable. To assert that tho Devil is a "Como-outer" might be regarded as invidious ; wo will, there fore, content ourself by simply saying, that tho Devil is the first pcrsonngo of whom we have any knowledge, who ventured to raise his heel against Govcriuncut, Law and order ! Haeenna atar. LP That last remark, Mr. Star, is true preaching ; but pray tell us was the govenuncnt against which that prince of politicians, the Dev il, raised his heel, ono in which every sixth per son was a slave, and whoso Constitution tolera ted tho sin of slnveholdiug ? Was it a confeder acy between honest men and roguos, in which tho latter had the lion's share of the benefits ? li it was, then tho Devil has got a bad name without justifiable cause. If Satan raised a re bellion in heaven becauso ho would not bo guil ty of catching fugitivo slaves and committing the knaveries which huvc been practised by thc U. S. Government ever since its foundation, certainly does deserve to be called a Comeoutcr and we will admit hira to be tho founder of our church whenever thc Star will satisfy us that such was tho fact. Tun Friend or Youth. Mrs. Margcrct I Bailey, wife of tho Editor of tho Xatioual Era, is about to commence the publication, at Wash ington, D, C, of a paper for Children, bearing tho above title. Thoso who remember 'The Youth's Visiter," conducted by her at Cincinna ti, several years since, will nood no other assu ranco that tho now paper will maintain a high churactcr. It is to bo published monthly 50 cents a year. The first number will be Is sued on the 1st of November. Cuoctaws. Thc results of tho hist year among this tribe of Indians have been very gratifying. ThcadiUlions to thc churches have been 173, making the present total of communi cants nearly 1,000. It would be difficult find an equal number of churches in any part of the world, which have been so uniformly ond grcatlji blessed for the last nine vcars. In deed, during nil this period there iuis been continuous rcvivid. The Churches here rcfered to arc those estab lished under tho patronago of tho American Board, and which embraeo slaveholders among their members. Tho ' continuous revival' which they have enjoyed for nino years has not even causod the converts, new or old, to abandon highest kind of theft the mm of all villanie. ' Maryland. Thc recent election has rosullcd in tho choice of 3 Democrats and 3 Whigs members of Congress. There will be a Whig majority in the Legislature, securing the elec tion of a Whig V. S. Senator. Pennsylvania. Tho Democracy aro again in tho ascendant in Pa. Even in strong whiz ' jjj wWg acendopy haa bc0I1 broken. Thc Legislature will be Democratic News of the Week. Foreign Intelligence. IIcnoaiiy. Comorn, which wns supposed able to hold out a long time onanist its besiegers, has surrendered. The Austrians were to take possession of thc Fortress on thc 2!th ult. Many of the Hungarian officers have been put to death. 'Hie unfortunate people arc every day subjected to fresh cruelties. Italy. Thc Pope has issued a manifesto to his people In which only a limited omnesty is granted the Political heads of thc late Repub lican Government, the members of tho constitu ent Assembly, &c, being excluded from it. The French government is said to bo greatly uissatistted with the proceedings ot the rope, li naving demanded ot him a general oinnesiy ond secularization of the Administration, and a liberal Government. Fbanck. Tho Assembly resumed its sittings on the 1st of October. M. Dupin was elected President of tho Asseinbv. The discussions during the first week were principally upon the Jloman Expedition, llio rrench torccs were not withdrawn frnni Italy. M. Theirs and others expressed themselves satisfied with tne rope s Jlanitcsto, and urged mat tiie troops should be witbrown. The Cholera is still di minishing in Paris. Ti rkf.y. The lateit accounts from Constan tinople aro highly important. Diplomatic cor respondence has ceased between Turkey and ltussia on account of thc refusal of tho Sultan to deliver up the Hungarian refugees ut the joint demand of the Russiau and Austrian Go vernments. E.voi.anp. In 1mdnn tho Cholcrn is still abating. Throughout England tho agitation of thc Peace question is going on with increasing ardor, and gathering strength with every new occurrence. Tho Emperor of Austria has advertised in tho London papers for o loan of seven millions ster ling to pay for his butcheries in Hungary. Domestic Items. of as he ; for to a the as IIonitim.E. 3-520 dogs were killed in New York city between the 18th of June ond the 26th of Sept., for which the corporation paid $1,700; $'2oU of this sum having gone to ono man, who followed thc brutal business day by day as long as thc law permitted. Young lys, says tho Tribune, scarcely so tall as the far no bler and more intelligent quadrupeds they as sailed, went about thc streets during the Sum mer staggering under tho clubs us heavy as themselves, striking down nnd then horribly mangling with ninny blows every dog they en countered. Thc dog-killers scoured the country in oil directions for dogs, bringing them into tho City by boat loads, and slaying them, so ns to receive tho fifty cents a-head promised by the latv. Minesota. The exceeding healtliincss of this climate, and thc wonderful beauty and grandeur of its scenery, will make it, as soon as known, the grand resort of the gay, the rich, the pleasure-hunting, and the health-seeking, from all parts of our land. And I nin greatly mistaken if this country is not a more favorite resort, even next season, than Niagara, Saratoga, New port, thc White Sulpher, or anywhere else. What arc thc waters of Saratoga, ond thc Sul plur Springs of Virginia, to tho health-giving, rejuvenating air of this delicious climate? And hero aro Fulls of crystal water, surpassing beauty any other on the globe ; nnd there arc scores of Lukes more beautiful than Geneva, and hundreds of smaller ones of more enchunt- ip Izudinoss thmi thoso mouutuin tarns in lligluuuus ot Scotland. Valley of the Bio Grange. A correspon dent of tho N. Y. Tribune speaks in glowing terms of the soil and climate of this valley, says that it ought to bo settled by emigrants from tho North ; thc facility with which slaves can escape into Mexico being such as to deter slaveholders from going thcro. The present population of thc vulicy is 20,000. Anotuer Kidnapi-er. Wm. C. Parkhurst, a citizens of Sussex co. Del., has been taken to Richmond on a requisition of the Governor of Virginia, charged with kiduading. It ap pears that in April last he took three nc children to Richmond, and sold them as slaves, but subsequently it was ascertained thcv were free when he sold them. Hull. Clipper. Cheap Houses for LAnoniuis. A move making in New York to ameliorate the condi tion of the laboring class. Several large capi talists aro at thc head of it. A large tract land i3 to bo bought some fifteen miles from City of New York to erect a new city upon. Two millions of dollars to bo tho capital. company oro to build 5,000 brick houses $ 00 each, including the lot of 50 by 200. These houses are to bo lot at $.32 each to me chanics, or $1 a w eek, which will pay 10 cent on tho capital. All the houses to' bo uni form. Each occupant to h.ive the right to pur chase his house, by -paring $2 a week and keep ing up tho interest of seven per cent. In way, lie gets a title to Ins homestead m about six years. A negotiation is going on with Hudson River Rail Road, that the occupants theic houses shall havo tho privilege to com mute with the Rail Road Company for passage to Now York and back again, at a not exceed six cents a day for going and coming the distance each way will be not far from miles, at 3 cents a head. In this way they reach the City in half on hour. If 10,000 rosido thcro, it would give' the company $oQ0 a day, or $187,000 a year. Female Doctor. Tho Liberator, in annouc ing a new term of lectures to Women on Mid wifery, at Roston, says that those who have tho previous elusses are successfully themselves into practice, nnd public sentiment is evidently going strongly favor of restoring to females this department thc profession. Death oh Edward J. Black. Thc death this distinguished citizen of Georgia is in the papers. Ho was in Congress two terms, and was somewhat conspicuous tho violence of his opinions and condu-t in to Slavery. Ho on one occasion left scat and went across the Iioujo to the sent of G id lings, with the intention of assaulting with a cane. As soon as his purpose was he was seized and held by several mem bers. Ho then promptly drew a pistol, as with the intention of doing final execution thc object of his displeasure. Mr. Giddings calmly surveyed tho proceedings aud observed, " let him go, gentlemen, let him go ; the who in such a situation presents a pistol, coward, and does it for thc purpose of having himself arrested," Enchanted Canauv Ruins. Wc have heard of a prettier piece of pathos in v time than tho burning of the great aviary at fire in Williamsburg on Saturday evening. aviary contained 800 Canary Birds, and as as tlicy were set free they darted straight the air, but, f; ischial ed by tho glare of flames, hovered about them end one by dropped into and were consumed by them. Dr. f 'has. Munde, of Dresden, Prussia to Priessnitx tho most eminent practitioner Water-Cure that Germany lias produced come to the United States as a political exile. Notices. Meetings West of the Cuyahoga. Helow are appointments for a series of Mcet ingt West of the Cuyahoga, to bo attended by James W. Wai.keb. Ritchfield, November 4. Royalton, " 6. Town Line, llrunswick nnd Ilinkley, Nov. 6. Rcmson's Minting house, Nov. 7 ond 8. Wpvmouth, November 9. Litchfield, " 10 ond 11. Wellington, ' 13, 11 and li. Sullivan, ' lrt, 17 and 18. lfarnsville, " 10 ond 20. Wcstrtcld, 21, and 22. Sharon, ' 23 and 21. Let the friends in those places circulate tho notice of thc meetings and provide suitable pla ces to hold thein. MARRIED In Pittsburgh, on Monday eve ning, October 15, by Rev. J. Folgcr, Mr. JoiiN Dkmimci, of New Lvme, Ashtabula county, O., to Miss Angelina Sahah, adopted daughter of llenjamin and narah llown, ot Pittsburgh. in tho and on 'io is of the The at per this thc of their price ; IS can la borers ut tciulcd in troducing "that in of of an nounced for re spejt his Sir. him per ceived, if upon man is a not long tho The fast into the one next of has TO PRINTERS. FOR SALE! ABOUT 2.50 lbs. OF BOURGEOIS TYPI thnt on which thc lluglo was formerly printed. A good bnrnin will be given. Apply by letter or otherwise, to James JIahnaoy, lia'cm, Ohio. Charles Frctliy Cook-Binder I Continues to carry on the llOOK-BINDINO BUSINESS in all its different branches, nt his old stand, on Main nt., L'aiield, Ohio, where ho is prepared to do work with neatness nnd de spatch. From his long experience in this busi ness he pledges himself to give general satis faction. October 27, 1819. SALEM BOOKSTORE!! BARNABY ; WHINERY DEALERS IN HOOKS, STATIONERY, AC, Xorth side of Main street, Salem, (. A general assortment of literary, Scientific, Reformatory ond Miscellaneous Books and school books, kept constantly on hand. Prices reasonable. Terms, CASH. ANTI-SLAVERY BOOKS ! ! THE following aro for Sale at the Salem Bookstore. Jnv's Review of thc Mexican AVar. Liberty Bell. Douglass' Narrative. Brown's Do. Brown's Anti-Slavery Harp. Archy Moore. Slavery Illustrated in its effects upon Wo man. Despotism in America. Church as it is, thc forlorn hope of Slavery. Brotherhood of Tliievcs. Slaveholders Religion. War in Texas. Garrison's Poems. Picrpont's Poems. Phillis Wheatley's Poems. Condition of thc People of Color. Legion of liberty. Liberty. Madison Tapers. Phillips" Review of SpOoner. Disuniouist. Moody's History of tho Mexican War. Letters and Speeches of Geo. Thompson. And various other Anti-Slavery Books nnd Pamphlets. Also a variety of other Reform publications ; such as Finality of thc sexes, By Sarah M. Grimke. May s Discourse on the lligliu and Condi tion of Woman. Auto-biography of II. C. Wright. James Boyle's letter to Garrison. llurlcfchV Death Penalty. Pious Frauds, Pillsbury. Health Tracts. Water-Cure Manual. Female Midwifery. N. P. Rogers' Writings. Theodore Parker's Sermons. Ballou's Non Resistance. George S. Burleigh's Poems. Tho Young Abolitionists, by J. E. Jones, Ac. e. fcc. Sc. Alsa a G moral assortment of Bjoks, Miscel laneous, Scientific nnd Literary. BARNABY & WIIINERY. August, 31, 1819. li K XJ. l M l.Y JiO W.Y, Wholesale and Retail Grocer, Fruiterer ond Confectioner; No. Ml, Liberty St., Pitts. RESPECTFULLY informs Ids friends and the public gcncriUly that he is now receiving and kecrs constantly on hand all articles in above branches of thc best quality and at mode rate prices. GROCERIES, 25 Chests Young Hyson Tea, 10 " Gunpowder nnd Imperial Tea, Ito " Superior Black Tea, 100 Bags llio Coffee, 2.5 " Lnquime Coffee, 10 " Old Java Cotrce, Co Brls. New Orleans Molasses, H0 1-2 " New Orleans Molasses, 10 " Sugar House Molasses, Loaf, Crushed, and Powdered Sugar, Havana and New Orleans Sugars, 100 Bags Brazil Sugar, 20 Barrels Woolslcy's Sugars, 200 lbs. Nutmegs, 2 Bales Cloves, 10 Bags Black Pepper, 5 " Pimento, 10 Boxes No. 1 Chocolate, HO ' Assorted Tobaccos, 100,010 " Scgars, 2 ) Dozen Assorted Pickles, 2.5 " Peppers nnd Catsups, 100 Mats Ciuanioii, 10 Boxes Mustard, 200 " Scaled Herrings, FRUITS AND NUTS, ,10 Boxes Oranges, 20 ' Lemons, 200 " Raisins, 30 Kegs Raisins, 10 Cases Pruins, 8 Mats Dates, 7j0 Bus. Ground Nuts. 80 Bags Soft Alinonils. 20 Box Shcld " 20 Bags Eng. Walnuts, 20 Doz. Pidin Nuts, )0 Casks Currants, .30 Drums Figs, 30 Rags Filberts, 175 " Pecans, 100 Doz. L. Syrups, 10 Cases Liquorice, 100 Cans Sardines, ( 'oiilectionarics manufactured daily, all fla vors, shapes, and sizes, packed earefidly in 50, 75. and 100 lbs. Boxes and shipped to parts of the country free of charge. Pittsburgh, Sept., 1819. JOHN C. WIIINERY, SURGEON DENTIST ! I orncK at nit iAir.ii bookstore All operations in Dentistry performed in he-t manner, ond all work warranted elegant and durable. Charge reasonable. Suleni. Sept. 8th,' 1819. thc 25, all thc D IT O D A L E ' 8 PATENT MOTH-PROOF BEE HIVE. Figure 1. .-ifM - Explanation. Fig. I, represents tho rear of tho Hive, with tho door swung open, showing four drawers with communications, tho ends of the drawers licmg gloss, uurrtrd in mm, with two brnss knob on each drawer, in order to re move them with facility. A door opens between tho two small boxes into a moth chamber. Figure 2. tv;;-rf.-,-i,r.'.,i.!i:''!.-' w Lis! Fig. 2, represents the front of thc Hive (th) four triangular openings for tho Bees td pass in at. To thc front of tho hive ishltng a door co vered with wire gauze, about the quality used fur silling meal. Tho moth commits its dep rcdations at night, when, by thc arrangement of the hive, it will be seen, all is completely closed ogvinst them, while thc beos may hong out as is their natural habit, tho screen being, when shut, three inches from tho place of en trance ; the bees arc thus protected, and tho hive thorougly ventilated. The above luvo is admitted, wherever Its merits have been fairly examined or tested, to be superior to any ever beforo offered to tho public. It is a simple and effectual preventative of tho ravages of the moth, and nffords facili ties lor dividing the bees, removing tho honey nnd honey-comb, nnd, in short, for proscrving the bees in a healthy and prosperous condition, and accomplishing everything expected or de sired by bcc-culturists, far beyond thoso of any hive or palace heretofore constructed. Bco-culturists and all those desiring tho in troduction to tho public, of tho best and tnost convenient hive over constructed, are oarnoHtly requested to examine thc One abovo described tor themselves, and sco U it is uot all that it claims to be. The following are a few of thc many testimo nials which might be given, showing the supe riority ot this luvc : Gov. Ford's Testimony. I, the undersigned, having examined the Pa tent Bec-IIive of Mr. D. BoilsoII, (J. A. Dug dido's potent,) most cheerfully say, that I con sider it thc best adapted to the purpose intended. aud thc most pcrloct ot any thing ot tho kind which I have ever seen. . ( Jtotoiu "iqit. 30, liil'.l. Si'MH Hi' 1'JLL, " From l'rof. Kiilland. To Daniel Donsall : It affords mo pleasure to state, thut I have examined a model of Dugdak't Patent Math-Proof liee-Uite, nnd that, in my opinion, it is better adapted to meet oil the re quisites for a complete Hive, thnu any with which I hav8 been acquainted. I have secured the right to use it, and nm determined to tost its merits, along-side of Cotton's and two other patents, as well as thc old-fashioned hives, all of which I have in use in my apiary. Jarkd P. Kirtlaxd-. Clcrchiul, Sept. 21, 1819. Portage Co. Agricultural Society. We, the undersigned, a Committee on Monu"' factured Articles, in Portage county, hereby certify, that wo have examined a Bee-Hive of Mr. Daniel Bonsall's manufacture, patented by Joseph Dugdale, and do not hesitate to say that it is as good or better than any now iu uso, aud would recommend it to the public. G. Keen, D. L. Rockwell, Jlarenna, Sept. 27, '19. W.M. Kelso. (.('siuga Co. Agricultural Society. Wc, tho undersigned, a Committee appointed by the Geauga county Agricultural Society, on Mechanic Article, hereby certify, that we'havs examined a Beo-llive of Mr. Daniel Bonsall's, (J.. A. Dugdide's patent,) and do not hesitate to say that it is tho best constructed hivo we hnvs ever seen, and wo should think it was as near perfect as any beo-liivo could be made. llm-ton tp., at tho Agricultural riur. Sept. 19, 1819. Emery Goodwin. Ralza Si'e.nceu, Wm.G.Munskll. At the Agricultural Fuir in Trumbull county, Ohio, and also at Syracuse, N. '., this Hivo was declined by tho committees authorized to decide, to be superior to all others. Purchasers ol Bights will bo furnished with all the necessary directions for constructing and- u-mg thc llivc. I f For individual township or county Rights, apply to Daniel Bonsall, Green tp., lialiouing county, Ohio, l'ust-otlico address, hakm Co Inmbiana counti, Ohio. October, 27," 1819. PENMANSHIP. Mu. T. Giubons respectfully informs tho La dies and Gentlemen of this placo that ho has Io eated himself for a time, and is ready to give in struction in this Science to oil thoso who may favor him with their patronage. Terms $1,00 for liftcen Lessons. Private instructions given on the sumo terms. Writing Room, at Mr. Seymour's school house, on High St. Salciu, Cct. 1(3, 1819. KA R LF'S CAST-STEELHON E & STROV rult RAZORS AND BCRUICAL INSTRUMENTS. .1 sure Itemed y for all the Disaaso to which thi llazor is subject. This article proves to be superior to any now in use, not only for restoring Razors to their ori ginal cutting state, but giving it a finer ana smoother edge than any other article, now in uso. I w ill just say (notw ithstanding facta aro stub born things,) thut witlun three years post I have met with minors laid by as useless, supposed to bo worn out, others becomo too sort, others crumbling on thc edge, and on applying them to tho Hone, restored them to their former cut ting state t and I have only to say, if there is a Razor which has becomo soft from using, or crumbles on tho edge, I have not yet met with such in testing more thou on thousand of dif ferent stamp. Manufactured by D. Earle, rortoge County Ohio. For sale by Favcett Johnson, Salem, October 10, 119. 1- mtlri