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FAREWELL TO AUTUMN. Farewell to theo pleasant Autumn; farewell to the golden days, When tlio Earth, like athoughlfuly poet, ' ' Lies wrapped in ft dreamy hate; When through the crimson forest The blue-bird whistles clear; And the wind of tho south-land whispers Sweat talcs In tlio listening ear. Now tlio song of tbo robin echoes Xo more on tho sunn) hill; But tho trooping winds that sweep o'er It ; Dlow their clarions loud and shrill . As the dreaded hosts of Attila Came down in their savage wrath Scattering whnte'er of beauty and joy, They- met in their stormy path. Jn tho broad and beautiful prarie, ' The golden and purplo flowors Hare fallen, like conquered heroes , In tho North-king's arrowy showers. Farowoll to tho crimson sunsotsl Farowell to tho ruddy dawnl And the noontide's golden splendor, With the Autumn jo aro gono. Bnt what care wo for the winter While wo sit by tho cheerful fire? While wo throw on the kindling fugott And the bin je mounts higher and higher? With the friends wo love around us, With books and pleasant rhymes, We'll mako the gloomy hours seem bright As the summer of southern climos. But woe to tho homeless wretches Toor children of misery and want Who shrink from the bitter and biting blasts . . In garments thin and scant ,. For-whom no friends, or cheerful fires, In pleasant homes, beguilo ...The weary hours of gloom and storm; , . Till summer again shall smile. 'But there is a deeper sorrow ' Th.n'that of hunger nnd cold; "'There's' an agony that crushcth "' The heart with a serpent fold, Thoro'sa night that knowoth no morning. . There's a winter of dark despair, To whose stern and freezing horrors, There comoth no summer fair. 0! free and happy mother, With thy children about thy knool '0! father with glad smiles wutching Their gambols of childish glool ' Remember tho hapless millions Whom slavery's woo and blight Hath made of a southern summer Ohtrayless winter niyht. C. L. M. BOSTON BAZZAR. Horticultural Hall, '... . Boston, Dec. 30, IS53. J Dar Marics: I am in the Anti-Slavery Fair in Boston. Warm-hearted, true and devoted friends ef.thellave aro all around mo sellers and buyers of goods, manufactured by Anti-Slavery hui.ds, moved by truo Anti-Slavery hearts. Tho hnll does indeed,, presont a rich nnd beautiful .appearance. Many coma in to buy as merchants, because, they find articles here, w hich for artistic olcganco and beauty cxcell any thing they can get in other pla oes.-' Ocrinany, France, England, Scotland, Ireland and various states of this slavcbulding Union arc represented here. Thcro aro articles here of great value- as works of tuito nnd utility. Thcro has been a good mi!c, though whnt is sold, teems senrco ly to mako any scnsiblo diuiiuutiuu of tho goods so nutnorous and various are they. I wish you nnd the readers of your clear-sounding Bugle were all here to mingle your hearts with ours in social com- munlon in talking over tlio interests of humanity, as it is despised and trampled underfoot by the man-stealing religion and goarmucnt of this Re public. . In tho ccutro of the Hall is a lurgo set of circular tables, covered with what would delight the children of tho West. By the war, why do they put tho children's table and all tho children's attractions in tho centre of the Hall? I suppose it must bo boenuso every bo dy loves tho children, and loves to have them come here and bo gathered whore all can seo them. In deed children aro the ccutro of all hearts, ns well as of all societies, churches, Mates and nations. Are' they not the centre of attraction to all beings that aro niado to love tho pure, tho innocent und beautiful. I can only my. I luvo them with all my heart ' I hover feel that I am rendering a more acceptable worship to the loving Father than when mingling my affections and sympathies with those of children in thoir bright and joyous amusements. Children aro born abolitionists, their very souls re volt at sights and scones of human cruelty and suf fering; at falsehood, injustice,, and oppression. Would they might bo loft to grow up without being perverted by what is called roligion mid govern ment! Sure I am if tho acting religion uf this country, misnamed christian, wero blotted from the souls of tho people and every church ditbanded and every priost wero silenced, shivery would bo abolished by the action of mero humanity, untrnm led by religion fur sooner than it will now. It is simply truo, that God nnd Christ, as they A are understood and liced out by this tlavclwldiny people, havo been lho main props ot American tlayery; ana tne most lormiuubie obstacios to ns abolition. The humanity of what tho church calls publicans and sinners, is in advance of w hat tho tame church calls God. That far in tho history of this nation, Humanity hat had to give place to whnt tlio people called God but the time will come, when what slavo-hold-rt and tbeir backers, call God must give place Humanity. God speed tho day. But the tale goot on. New Year's day draws .near, Christinas is past, many things have gone out of this hall to gladden many young and happy heart in the shape of Christmus presents and New f ear's gifts. Did those who made and tent these Jlne articles, in distant lands, but know tho plea sure , they iiavo given to tho young hearts of this city nd vicinity, I really bcliovo their heart would rejoice and feol woll paid for their toil, in dependent of the help they have given to tho Ameri can Bondsman. This is the way to make treaties peace between nation. Bind the heart of indivi duals together by mubMil kindness. The toene around me I very beautiful and ani mated, tucb discussions! Groups hare and there t men and women and ohildrtn, all discussing tho fair and various articles in it, and also tho public affair of the world. The victory ovor the Turk by the Russian the prospect of general war in Enrope tha influence on this nation, how Ameri can Slavery will be affected, the probability that Cuba will be smtKxfd. All these art r-ting disous w4. ' But the most fruitful topic of to-d.iy nnd yester day has been tho Sturm. Such a storm! It came down about 12 on Wednesday night tho 28, nnd swept tho sea and tho dry land. Boston has not for years been so visited with snow; yesterday the whole city was kept in doors. It was impossible to iro4 the streets except by the strong and powerful. Thcro was no cessation till about 4 P. M. The Storm! Tho Storm! It Waltzed, and danced Polkas and Reels; and all sorts of dances to the music of howling w inds. It was ind "od a fearful storm. . Tlio ship news will tell sad talcs it is fear ed. Not a train left or entered Boston during the day. Not a mail bag came in or went out. The social world stood still. To-day the Sun nnd Moon started on agniu and such o gingling as wo have had to day. God bless you all ! You have tho warmest sym pathies and heartiest wishes of many truo nnd ear nest hearts in this room and in this state. HENRY C. WRIGHT. THE MARTYR KAUFFMAN. Our readers who would loam tho facts relative to Mr. KaulTinan, to whom tho following letter re fers, will plcaso rofer to the last Bugle. Tho letter is copied from tho Liberator. SALEM, (Col. Co.,) Ohio, Dec. 15, 1853. Mr Dr.An Fmr.ND I hnvo been thinking a great deal of tho caso of Daniel KAl'rrxAX. I cannot get it out of my mind. It seems to ma that some thing should bo dono to savo him from being redu cod to want. I was not present when tho subioct wns named in the meeting, or I should hove propos ed a subscriptionin the spot. Willyou p!eao put down my nnmo for ten dollars ? If a hundred pco- plo will subscribe ten dollars each, I will subscribe a second ten dollars. I know that many of the Anti-Slnvery f.-ionds aro poor, and I also know that ninny calls nro made on tlio.n; still, we can meet the case before us, nnd I hopo we shall do so. I wonld not let tho pro-slavery monsters have the plcusuro of thinking that they havo oithcr ruined n man for harboring a fugitive, or frightened others from imitating his example. If I wero rich, I feel as if it would be a pleasure to bear tho wholo ex pense entailed on fr'cnd K.iufliran and bis associ ates; but I am not. Besides, I want to give as much help to tho Causo of freedom hero iu the West as I can. I hope, therefore, the friends ol freedom and righteousness will help friend Kauff- man over his difficulties, nnd let tho prosecutors of the good nnd noblo see thnt their power to crush and kill is not so grcnt as they nro prone to think It. My love to nil the friends of freedom. I think of our Philadelphia meetings with great delight. Tho cause of truth and freedom is advnm-cing, and if we Abolitionists aro wise enough to respect the claims of truth nnd freedom in each other it will continuo to advance. But wo must havo no gag ging. Wo must toloratc no attempt to stifle the godlike spirit in nny one. Tho funrs lest freedom of utterance in any meetings should injuro the cause, nro groundless. Tho danger is moio cn the other side. Truo policy, ns well as fervent charity, will bo nobly daring. It is bad policy, as well us selfishness, to move or stand still iu dread of oppo nents or tomporiscri. But lot me nut provoko a controversy. It it. friend KaufTinnn that I want helped. Haiso him ono or two thousand pounds, and I can be comfor table. Yours, affectionately, JOSEPH BARKER. J J , The Fair. Tho results of our Salem Fair can not bo counted by thousands like those if Boston, Philadelphia nnd Cincinnati; but considering the population of our village, tho number of persons engaged in it nnd tho comparative wealth of our community, wo think it a highly successful effort. To a little handful of friends in Salem it has cost much anxious care and labor uuiid discouragements and difficulties. For soino cause best known to tlicmselvcs, some of our nnti-slavcry communities near by, did nothing for its success. They were not present to encourage, or to purchase, nor did they tend us any contributions for the tables. Had they conio up promptly to tho work nnd co-opera ted heartily with lhot.o who wero earnestly labor ing, tho receipts would have been much augmented, and tho means for carrying on nnti-slavcry labor most desirably enhanced. We hopo for n bottor report from them hereafter. It. seems to us decidedly one of tho easiest nnd most unobjcctioiiablo methods of raising material aid fur tho cause, provided tho friends generally mil co-opornto in it. Friends can contributo ol whutsocver they have. Everything useful is ac ceptable nnd saleable Others who want family supplies, or articles of fancy, can thcro procure tlicm at reasonable prices, nnd tho profits, of the snlo go to tho furtherance of our common cause Whnt is to hinder this co-operation, wo do not sec. Tho expenses of the fair this year, according to the report of tho Secretary, mny seem unusually high It is proper to say that a considerable part of that amount was paid for goods received nnd sold on commission. Wo hope thnt next year tho libcruli ty of anti-slavery friends will utterly preclude the nocossityof this mensuro, as It greatly dimiiiUhcs the profits of tho fair. Tho actual expenses were smull. "More Radical." Tho Forest City Demoernt has a vory fair summary of Gorrit Smith's political position, which it savs Mr. Smith "demonstrated by unnnsworablo logic," at tho Pittsburgh conven Aetn tioni n admits that this creed is "much moro rBl;ci timn that of Freo Sailors generally." to of It adds: "Upon theso great truths Mr. Smith hag planted his flag; and ho will make the slave power quake to its foundation. He deals in no "compromises," resorts to no temporising expedients, but goes straight to the fountain head of fundamental prin ciples, and strikes his harpoon oi truth into the vitals uf error. Consequences nro loft to. take care of themselves." , Will not the Democrat, if such aro its convic tions, come right forward and help directly and positively, to bring the Free Soil party to this "more radical" position. It will be worth more to freedom than any number of fused votes. Tue Mormons. Governor Young's address tho last pago to-dny, exhibits the character of rulo to which tho saints are subjoctcd. Ho talks with moro energy than elegance. Strango that such a man should control intelligent and Intel, lectunl mon and women. That his energy shoul retain tho control of the ignornnt by menns suporstition and othor aids, is not so wonderful. Da. Nott, who has been for half a century Tres- ident of Union Collcgo, Now York, has contributed to that institutien $00,000, with pecificntion tha manner of It appropriation. The Trustees bare accepted tha donation. J.'B. Vashox, talented and highly' respectable colored citizen of Pittsburgh died suddenly at the I Depot In that tit; on tho 30th nit., of appoplex New of the Week. ITEMS. nia road run oil me whole train was pre-, ... ,. feet high. I ortun-ium,, f , Australia. Railroad AccitrxTi. On Saturday Inst tho mail train on the Ohio & Pennsylvania road run off the track near Lucas station. The w cipitcd down a l.nnk eighteen atcly nono were seriously injured. On Monday, near Clinton, the locomotive of ll.c express train gave out nnd a locomotive which was close behind run into a fasciiger nr, ri.itish.r.g it up badly nnd slightly injuring several persons. Theso railroads nro wonderfully expert in smash- ( r . I ..'... i. with only scratches nnd slight bru'ntes. EmonATtoN to Tchkev. An association lias been formed in New York to nid native Turks in , .:.!. !,.,.:,. to . ., " .., . i in mo prcso.ii war win. u.iss.a. I..v.TI. ,1.. ,1,.0, ,.f n,.fu. Choale. . I , Boston, is insane. The immediate occasion of tho j malady was a sermon, to which she recently listened, on tbo subject of hell. Sho is now an inmate tho insano hospital at V oreeslcr. flay An injunction was some time since applied by Mrs. Stowo against the publication, in Phil-1 adclphia, of a Ocrmnn translation of L'nclo Tom's Cabin. JuiIeo Ciner lins reiuseu tlio injunction and dismissed tho bill. Mr. fnitcl States, Bhall bo entitled t'j enter, freo of cost, ono (iinrter section of vacant and unnppro-.liove t.riatod public lands, or a quantity equal thereto, to bo located in a bodv, in conformity with the legal subdivisions of the public lands, and nfler tho date of entry, before a paltcnt shall issuo therefor, nnd and tho land is to bo exempted from all liability for debt contracted prior to tho issuing of the Residents of any Stato or rorritory, not tSyTho Jlkhnond Enquirer denounces Preston's speech iu reply to Oor.'it Smith. tvy Smith 0' Brinn, it is reported, has escaped Tho Xunt York Tribuno enters upon tho year 1854, with an aggregate number of subscribers exceeding 105,000. The Homestead Bill reported In Congress, a few days ago, by Mr. lUwson, provides that any person who is the head of a family and a citizen of the any patient , ! .! i .... i. ..i i n ... r.....:...i naiurauzco. uru m uu im.icvm uuh.i xtiu bihuu .I'uiiiiL ' ... ... .1,1 ,l. i,.,.r r.i.i .1...;. .i...iniJ 7 .: r .1 .l,;,ll l.eo.. eiii.nn. l.nf.iro the issuing or tho patient. No individual is to permitte.1 to make noro than one entry, nnd '. ,. . . . i i :,-r..i.n,l iinc pre-emptions aro to be In noway intcrlerea "Y? 1 ' . CoNonr.sstnNAi.. Senate. Jan, 8. Mr. introduced a bill granting land to California, aid the construction f a railroad. Mr. Sumner prc.-cntod a petition for tho repeal of nil duties on coat, nnd that it no mauo irco. Mr. Chaso moved to Inko up the bill to Utvido Ohio into two judicial districts. Agreed to. Sir. t.'l.aso urged tho importance of tho measure, and, alter a h.n.i debate ns to tho propriety of a provis ion in tho bill requiring judges to live wiliiin tne hounds of their dictriet, tho bill was referred to tlio Judiciarv Committee. Tho hill for tho sunnresdon of tho circulation of -...nil H,..n. In .n 1.. it.;.. ..f Pillllllllii.L WI1S tllkon up and passed. It is to go mto operation on the 1st of November next. Senate .Ian. 4. Mr, di Chaso's resolution, recting inquiry ns to the expediency or construct- lll l riW.lO.lU I.OUI MIU I' ui.i.-, UVI11..-W w v vi- nia, w as amended nnd referred to a select commit tee of nine. Adjourned. Hoi sE. On motion of Mr. Chandler, the Speak- cr appointed a select committee to inquire into the expediency of withdrawini: the funds of tho Smith- .onian Institute, and investing the sume in sound stocks, College Bi rnfd. We learn by a despatch ro- ccived by tho Pew Line, (oflico in Odcon Building, Fourth fctrcet,) that tho Albion College, at Albion, was destroyed by liro on the morning of tho 4th inst., at. nine o'clock, loss $15,000, no insur-Icily ancc. The young ladies wero at breakfast at the time it broke out. Io lives were lost, aim gruatur 4c, was tiwcil.J'iltsOuryh part of tho furniture, In tho Criniincl Court, Cincinnati, on Friduy lat, was decided tho caso of State of Ohio vs. Rcbeei p.jlt Boyd uu.l Franklin Rust, impleaded with John Gil-J-!''- Lert-indictment for ki.liMppii.g Henrietta Wood, nn aliened free mulatto woman. It was claimed in defence thnt tlio person alleged to bo kidnapped was ui met n eluvo. lho Jury returned a verdict or acquittal. J'Ult. DinLiUm. tS" A bill Is before tho Tenncssco Legislature to tax dealers iu chives on tho amount of their sales. aVjrThe ferrymen nt Petrr it say that 000 fugi tive slaves have "crossed into Canada tho past year. It is ulso reported that 50 hnvo crossed at Clo-.o-innd. Their market value must have been lull one million of dollars. North Ameuican Review. Prof. Bowcnhnsro- uniiv .. , - ., ..i-.. ...i ,.r v,.,.A Anirri. lirCd I.OIIl ll.U t.-i...Oinii viiiiii "i ..... -- can llcrieir, nnd Rev. Andrew P. Peabody, or Ports-."-" , XT if i mouth, N. II., is his successor. num. ...... A u-;,K tin Tinviirnor. The elnrk of tho 1)OIt intorforo.1, and violently assaulted nnd UleUnd tho ihnnibcrinaid. Sho appealed to Mr. V..nTii i Vnvn roinnrn Man. Tho Aliened A.n,rl.-nn nivos nn aeeoui.t of a shocking tragedy . r: .... i .u "cm.....,;. on ono ot tlio unto sieanioonis. oon.o u..u.ij occurred between the chambermaid, n colored wu- nnd a nieco of tho Governor ot .Missouri, who on tho of of v. Hir.l- tl.n steward an intelligent und estimable colored man, who requested the clerk to desist, and thus drew nn assault upon himself. B'ud defended liimtcll', nnd tho clerk left him, but immediately re turned with tho pilot and captain, and all of them fell upon nnd bent the steward with pieces of boards and clubs, until, under their blows, poor Bird fell overboard and sank to rise no moro. The Governor stood by nnd witnessed tho murder, without inter ference, though he nnviscu nis muruorrrs imv kill him with clubs, but to tie him ub 'and give him three hundred.' Such is tho duom which Ameri ca!! negro-hatred visits upon a worthy man who generously attempts to protect an innocent woman from insult and outrage Too Good to nt Lost. Tho members of the Prosbytorian Church (N. S.) in the alavoholding Stutes hnvo of Into showed thoir dislensuro against tho American Homo Missionary Society, because they send so much more aid to the West' than to tho South. This has lately led to tho formation or "tlio Southern Aid Society," and many Northern men have leut it their names. A few days sinco a thorough Western man met a Northern Minister somoivhat prominent in tho "Southern Aid Socie ty," and addressed him thus: .'Hi-, , I havo a petition to present to your Soeioty." "Ah I what is UT" aid the Doctor. 'That you forthwith send a minister to preach the Gospol nt Norfolk, Virginia, whoro they have fined Mrs. Douglas for teaching colored children to tead." ZViomiCi General Ci'suisa. Tho Salem Freeman makes t'mw.lv astrnet from the poetry of "Hosoa Bigo- low," written hulf a doien year ago. Tbo poet says : i.nnn ft In a itrnfllA smart man. He's been on all sides that gives place or pelf; But consistency still was a part of hi plan 119 boon true 10 on pariy uu m oimwui Carriage Riding iw Cahtorm. Itcost tome- thing to bo a fast' young man, in mo inu oi giuu Tl.ji7Mli.ht. nf m. n&rrinira from New York to San Vranoisco is $440, and it costs $300 a month to keep a pair of horses. Tb regular fare in haek- ney cia"h9 I V r"r hour. Latkt rnou I'raorr.. ll ii.ii.tx, Jan. 4. The steamship Canada, with European dales to the "1th nil., ro:n lie. hero at noun lo-dny. Ercm'sluR's aro (i :d ns being loss active, but lb'' a ivpri(i of the week are 0 I. o'l flour, 2d. on Whin', and Is. on Coin. It is reported that tho Persian havo doo'.ired war n iniht lurury, in consciiiionco of a direct debt ana re places 30,000 'I'heie ha been severo weather on the Irish coast nr ng.unsi iuri:rr, in consciiionco l'r-'''- l-in the Car to remit their store dispute,! territory, i he Mnih t nt t. ,1.,0,.v. nn I many shipwrecks linvo occurred, '"' '!'".'" a duel with Marquis Turgot, , Mla (ls (,,.,,, but n,,jy . damaged, Tho French, liritih nn.l Turkish fleets entered tlio lihn.k N.-a on the I'Mi. 1 l.e.r suppose 1 desti ... :.. i;..i. ..,.., .1 ri.ww .i.i... r ..!. .i ..., .... I ....;.. ..! 'I'I.V'.. having fi e'tnentlv declare ! tho entry in tho Illaek Sea eijiiivnlent to n declaration of :rt tlio with- Jruwnl of tlio Itnssinn iI iti istors) Irom i-nris and London in immediately looked for. There has b?rii skirniisliiiiir on tho Inu1ie Kulalat wi4 attacked on thu 4th, but the Rusinns renuKed. with treat earna-e on boh side t0n ti! .' i'J'. liusiiin SU amcrs and gi.n-b',ats "It n kej Mat. him. xt,jn mer from Asia, but tho general tenor of advices iudknto the operations tj bo unfa- or:Toribo. Chive ix Botton. The Rev. Thcodoro Tarker nrom.l. ... I ........... .,.,.t,... rllo. N 1 -n I. ..i.n j jyuu, (,, -,Ti ;i10Wi that notwitli for standing the ineroaoof tlio population and tho ; large foreign cniigrali'in, there hal been a steady r ', v " .. and or.eourugihg fajt. Tnx Watne N'. Y. Pevochat savs that saveral water spouts have recently mado their appearance upon Lako Ontario, Ono of them, which was about thirty feet in diameter, was precipitated against the Mull' at Sodus Point, causing tj treat a com motion that largo logs nnd lumber Wero toru from I their moorings nnd swept far out into tho lake. A portion of tho pier of tlio lighthouse was also swept away, and considerable dau. ago done to tho build ing." ItJ-Thc following facts in relation to the year of our Lord b-54, was pointed out to us tho other day by a clerical friend of ours. Tho voir begins and ends on Sabbath thoro aro five months in tho year that contain live Sabaths. and thcro nro fifty-four Sabaths in tho year. Such nn occumrico, wa be- will not occur ngain for twenty-eight years. Uostun Miil. Both Houses or t.io South Carolina Legislature, on the 15th ult., passed tho resolution authori.iug 'ho Oovcrnor of that State to present a sword to aptnm ingralinui. I I Death rnou OrnciAL Cm.Et tv.- i , i . i . i r i. leans, one nicht last wee!:, Mr. Jainci Duncan In New Or- buncan, "a in tho midst It " .LI l "igniy rcspcciaoio young gcni.eniiin tej"' ''..ii'l m condition remiiring assistance. '" ut own '."' ! Hi ationJiouso. dry nn.l warm himself. Ilu committed no of- , . ' . . . .. . . . . j fense, unless it bo ono to "guardians of the night j for a person to need at their hands n little human Gwinjhelp; that, instead of giving him this, or even to'i'ik'"!? him homo, they locked him up, wot and exhausted as he was, in a pho-o so exposed to the weather that his death ensued within a few hours nner Ins rcleaso Irom their hands. A coronor s jury returned a verdict according to tho facta. JOT Cassius M. CI ay, we seo it slated, enntem templntes opening a banking house in Cincinnati next spring. Ship BvnxT. A telegraph despatch from Now York, vesterdnv informs us that tho now dinner ship, Great Republic, of over 4000 tons, burthen, was ounu wun an ner cargo ready mr i'ea, in mat harbour. The Great Republic was the largest ship in tho world. She was built nnd owned by Donald M'Kav, of East Boston, and commanded by his brother. We presume tho loss must be from half a American milion to a million dollars.. A P.iTitlARCHAL Gatherimo. The New Borlin Star contains an account of a recent family gath ering at tho resnlenco of lion. -Nor Middleswnrtli, in Ucayer township, Union county, Pennsylvania, 'Thcro wero with tlio old patriarch, nnd his wife, eleven children, eighty grand-children, one great- graiia-ciuiu, and a largo numucr ol neighbors. Tho way a lump of sugar is given to Religion in New York, mny be understood by tho following part of nn advertisement (if a resncctablo public Michigan, houso in the suburbs. Wo cut it from ono ol' our papers of December:!: "A Bowling-Alley 'has been ndded to the accommodations and thrrc Is iiA-nrise a mtcrea i.oncert tcr.ni ,uiiii'iU' aitrrinxm The burwcll supplied with honors nnd cigars of the best quality, nnd every nttentiou paid to the comfort of visiters." IIjim Jutirnal. fri. ti i :. c....: - mi. XI. u jir.i.ti.y n luu r.n ii.s uiu. utiles, occi.p.cu oy i;atriUgo as a military school, were destroyed '.V . no acnuiar. we.e ...osuy absent IUI I.IV IIOI.H.I.l, r,orj PalumrMon has resigned, owing to his op- position to tho Reform Bill, which is to be presented ut tho next session ot i urliun.ci.t. Ciiii.iiiusi Frozen at Erie. The Cleveland Plain ti i iwwrsnjs: . "1 wo or three days a"0 a littlo child was frozen in its hands nnd feet while being carried round tho break ntl.no. A pas,c..ger by the tram la-t night informs us that mi infant was also lro.cu in its hands and feet, under similar circumstances . yesterday. T ho .l.stanco which has to bu traveled l.v .null! Iiiicgkii lit uiv 111 ! l.iu 'I'lii.rn la nn Stt'ifinti nt , ,. , , , , - -------- , ii'iruor vicck, wncro tne passengers are oouea to , , , . I'..... . .... -J.. I y r to t ho cold tur while slutting their baggage, but ho wmj(j Ma t(j Erlo f ,10"cliuiMt ,7ll.'lkost imaginable, being exposed to n constant cold wind from tho Lake. It is a woudor that nil tho children i.ir iim. How and half tho adults nre not frozen to death! long shall theso things bo? Letters from Minister Gapeden, dated City of Mexico, Dee. 1(5, have been received hero to day. They confirm tho intelligence previously rccoivud, that Santa Anna hud declared himself Dictator for lite with power to ni.iioint his successor. Tho peoplo are enthusiastically in hisfavoi , and he rules with undisputed sway. tiSr Tho rail of snow in the East, during the storm of lust w eek, was unprecedented. Tho Iios tun Atlas of Saturday says i Tho heaviest full of biiow experienced for somo years, has almost completely blocked up thu Pas sage of trains on the various railroads, and the mails havo been received but l'rciii a few points. As fast as tho trains force themselves through, the snow seems to rail back on the track, which imme diately becomes as impussiblo as ever. Tho New York land route trains, duo in this city at 5 P. M., and midnight of Thursday, reached this city about I oclock yesterday iilternoon ; but wo learn that tho snow fell in on tho track as they came through, thus making tho passage of tho next train us diffi cult as theirs. Tho train from Full Rivor, duo iu this city on Thursday morning, arrived about 5 o' clock lust evening, alior a tedious trip from Myr ick's. Tho snow, in somo places, is said to have loen thirteen feet deep, nnd three engines were barely sufficient to force a passage through it. Tue Cloven Foot. When it is charged upon the slavo systom, that it forces tho separation, ot'ien, of man and wue, w e nrn ioui mis is a sianucr. uui lot the Goveruor of n state reeuinmoud, ns tho Gov ernor ot Alabama tins recently dono, that tho seporation of families bo made a penal offence, and he is met by this kind of reasoning which we find in tho Richmond Enquirer: "This recommendation strikes us a being most unwise nnd impolitic. If slaves are properly, thon should thoy bo nt tho absolute disposal of tho mas ter, or be subioct only to such legal provisions as are designed for the prutoction of lit'o and limb. If the rotation of mnstcr and slave be infringed for odo purpose, it would be difficult to fix any limit to the eoorpachment. If the slaveholder yiold one point to tlit demands of abolition fantuioism bo will but embolden the spirit which h aim to con ciliate, and will be driven to tome mors substantial concession." True enough; but why should he not be, If ht desire t's Improve the 'Institution." Onumon-iWrs. OHIO AND PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. TRAINS GOING WEST. Mail Train leaves Pittsburg at 800 A. M. fULKM, 11.05 A. M. " " arrive at Crmtlino C.liO P. M. Express Train leaves Pittsburgh at 9,30 P. M. SAI.K.f 12,20 A, M. " " arrives nt Crestline G,30 A. M. TKAtXS aoiMO AST. Mail Train leaves Creline at 7.00 A. M. SALF.M 1,30 P. f. " " arriicsnt Pittsburgh at 4,40 P.M. Express Train leaves Crvtline at 1,0 P. M SAI.K.M 6.45 P. M. arrives at Pittsburgh 8,15 P. M. Meetings. STATE TEMPERANCE CONVENTION. Tnr. ANNUAL MEETING of the "Stati Tem FEa.tNca SoriETV, f the Woxrv or Ohio," will be held in Col tunes, on tStJnenduy and Thursday, the 11M nml of Junmtm next. It is truo our hopes of immediate and efficient legislative action lor temperance, have diminished lineo the unfavorable result of tho Into election; but if this has shown us the need of a greater pre paratory work among tlio pcoplo than wo had sup- posed neeeisarv, instead ot becoming disheartened. wo should l.u.'klo on tint armor anew, rcsolvod to 'ii'ticr nt all hazards ; f,.r it is a work for Ood and humanity, which ue have no right, and should have no inclination to lay nude. Lot us then con. i' up in great numbers from all portions of the Stat.', nnd let ns especially have delegates and reports from nil the Female Temper ance Societies, ol every name, in the State; and let each delegation coino prepared with Resolutions, and if possible with siicovhes nnd with money to lid the cause. Let us once more unito in our de- lilipriilions, in older that wo may labor more wisely, i . ... .1 .. ... - ui.iicii.v iinu ui.ic.cni.v, i.tu cniniiw senson. Arrangements will be mado by citizens of Col uiiibii. to entertain gratuitously ladies who maT! attend from abroad. Iu behalf of the Executive Committee. J. C. BATEHAM, Pres't. ffijr(Ohio papers please eopy.)"ttjH MEETINGS IN PENNSYLVANIA. John F. Sulby will attend meetings as follow: Saturday, Jan. 7th, I.inesville, Sunday, c.i. ir...J 6th, liiivcrsnl st Meet ng-House north of Lincsville, Pth, Penn Line, 10th, Ccutro of riorpont, 11th, Monroe, 12th, Steam Burgh, 1 llh, Littlo's Corners, 15th, " ' Tho above meetings will all bo held In the even ing, except tho first on Sunday tho 8th, which will commenco at 10 o'clock, A. M. Friends in the above named places, are requested to make all needful arrangements. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday, OBITUARY. DIED, On Sunday tho 1st inst., at his residence at Spring Hill, near Massillon, Aiyim Wales. TREASURER'S REPORT FOR DECEMBER. Wm Stoadman and Wifo, John Gordon, Mrs. Lei, Elvira Woodruff, Robert llillls, A. M. Clement, $15,00 6,i Kl 1,00 1.50 6,00 6,00 J. McMILLAN, TREASURER. Receipts for the Bugle for the week ending Jan. 4. John Pontius, Petersburg, J. M. Newcomb, Solum, Ira D. Voouin. Salom, E. C. Strung, North Benton, James Doud, Atwator, Luther Gaines, East Trumbull, i.lriu Champion, Morgan, John Gordon, Salem, C. D. Gristclj, New Garden, Mrs. E. L. Woodruff, Poland, John Allen, " Joel G. llambleton, Henrietta, 11. Holloway, Columbiana, M.irilda Batchclor, Puuisville, . . . VII P 'II . . ,',,..,.. ' . , jeffcriOB, I III '1' tit I I . $1,50-4H4 1,00-479 1,50-403 l,00-40ti 2.00-4.SO 1,00-474 1,60-477 1.80-4.S3 2,00-458 1.50-4S4 2,S(j-4K2 2,14-4hi; 10,00-430 3,60-4!'J 1,00-102 I'hilip Waldorf. Mecca, Elmer Woodruff, Albion, M. II. & S. Tuttlo, ' W.J. Alexander, Godless Station, .u. Lewis, I Amos Marsh, Clarkson, ,1 l W.....I !j uu..l win. New Lyme, jTimutiy Xaylor, Twiniburg, !,,,, ( J AJriu (.'linlialet Joiios ' u',,Mjumi) iiu.iid. Lincsville, ,i1.cw jpirdslcy " . ... ' 'I .IL'I w ..uu luacuu i.uui.cr. . ,.. c, i,.i,. iiimiiv' t i..i. wun. Nelson llaveueby, Concautville, E. A. Fish, Mahlon Marshal, Marlboro', Thomas Rakestraw, Mt. Union, Thomas Pierce, St. Anthony's Falls, L. L. Losslie, Wilkinsvillo, John Kingilcy, Fowler, D. Baldwin, " U. C. Williamson. " Lewis Case, Kootstown, Joseph U, Heighten, Ediuburg, J. T. Hirst, Mercer, C. L. T. Ramsey, Wolf Creek, C. Holcouib, Twinsbiirg, R. 0. Paul, Cleveland, Anson M. Clement, Dudley, John C. Whiuery, Salem, It. 11. Glasior, Ann Arbor, D. II. Morgan, Moiiroo, J. 1. Towi.send, L.wullville, J. II. Day, Limaville, S. S. Ward, Randolph, llcnjamin F. Scbril, Randolph, Elizabeth King, North Eaton, G. W. Bull, A. Farnam, Lo Roy, I Dr. J. Garrotson, Now Richmond, William Walton, Polk, iJ. L, Michiucr, Nottingham, I E- A. Hodden, Plymouth, Mrs. M- A. Chatfiold, Sharon, Julia G. Briggs, Now Lisbon, Barclay llicUlin, Marlboro, Daniel llonsall, Salem, Samuel Davis, Berlin, E. Rico, Bucksvillo, William Morris, Now Franklin, John Morris, Fowler's Mills, Asahcl Case, Eaglovillo, D. A. Bacon, Eaat.Trumbull, K. K. Wick, Harrisville, Asa Lapham, Farinington, A. F tssott, Parina, J. Sjutham, B.unswlck, C. Blanchuid, Albiun, A. 'lorry, Samuel Follett, " S. 11. Squire, " II. II. Barnes, 11 George Bryant, " James W. Crowell, Jay Coort House, Henry Lott, Now Richmond, Eliza Ballenger, Atwator, David T. Sanborn, Garnavlllo, Abraham Allou, Oakland, l'tHi-lol 2,00-Ins! fi'lMJ-l'.IS L50-48I 150-4 Ml 150.481 '75-405 2.G0-43O 3io(MOO l,50-4?i I,50-lo7 2,40- l.J'2 1,00-481 1.00-4U5 75-458 75-150 75-405 75-455 l,00-4o4 4,00-517 1,50-4'Jl 2,50-42 80-433 2,27-4 12 2,45-4X2 2S-40U 1,50-484 1,50-! ,75-4011 ,75-40!) 1,50-424 2,00-453 1.45-5o0 3,00-531 2,5-4.1 2,48-483 4,00-135 1,60-482 2,00-302 1,50-407 ,75-130 1,50-450 3,O0-4'J7 C40-4K2 1,00-401 2,00.48'J 1,44-470 2,.(iO-470 2,00-470 1.50-485 2,00-401) 1,50-40J 1,00-433 3,00-438 3,00-534 1.00-472 2.00- m 8,00-47'J i '.ii .7 1,50-474 ,75-456 2,00,483 ,75-45 ,75-456 ,75-450 ,75-450 1.50-482 ,75-456 2.24-433 1,50,482 1,50-482 6.00-482 2,00-512 Blank. Dud, Artiatt of Ajraanmt, JudjmvU Xbtis, Fummin? xnd EzevUions for sail U (Sit 55 SrFEBlOS STECET, CLEVELAND, OHIO. FrincipuU. H. B. BRYANT, 3A. WASIIINOTOX ICSK, k II. DWIOHT STRATTONV rncalty. II. T.. BRYAJJT, Profe'v of the Scientaof Ao- Counts. J. WASHINGTON I.rsK, Prof, of tho SpenceS' lar. System of Penmanship. H. DW1UHT ST1UTTON, Associate Prof, la tiY several Departinei.Ls. Assistant Truf., In the Book' W. W. HARDER. Kectiinir llenartmpi.t IIovs. Jl IiGli STARKWEATHER and It. CLARK, l ecturers on Commercial Law.' Phes. ASA MAIf AX, lecturer on Political Eeca-. om v. EMKltSO.V E. WHITE, L. :;siT On ComuiOnjUT Geography. Tcnin. For full cosr-Te in Double Entry Book-keeping fin I other Departments, time unlimited, $40,0J For full course in Ladies Department, - 30.0U For separate course iu Practical Penmanship, C,W For various stle iu O.ifcmienml Writing agreed upon. The Principals of this Institution, 4ei!gn making it ono ol tlio best mediums in the luiied amies ! for imparting a thorough practical knowledge of the various duties or the Counting Kojia autl btui I. ess pursuits in general. I THE COURSE OF INSTRUCTION, embrace ! Hook-keeping by Double Entry, aa applied W the. irade, loiuuierco, ami variou) departments ot Jinnutactuics, comprehending me best lorws now M"''-1 '7 ,,'rtl "ouriti.n.g ana em.ueui iau linhmeiits, engaged individually or in partuershfp( at Wholesale und Retail, on Commission or Joint Speculation, including Banking, Stcnniboating; Insurance, Railroad and Joint Stock Books, Ac. Commercial Calculations nnd Coriespondonce, em bracing every variety of business computation, and familiarizing tho ktudeut with the Con.msrc.nl Technicalities and Phraseology ol Currepoudnc COMMERCIAL GEOGRAPHY is a rew fwatars) in Mercantile Schools, and having its origin a nt ,uei ,n ,llililuti niudl wiJ be done to mak. it an instrucliie and profiitable brunth iu the Leo- turo .Department. The Spcncerian System of Practical Penmanship in all its forms, will be taught by its Author, P. It. . Spencer, nnd J. W. Lusk. No Institution in America offers superior facilities to this for impart ing a Rapid and .Systematic Hand Writing. Uen tinmen and Ladies in nil parts of the coOi.tr, desirous of qualifying themselves for Teachers of this unrivalled and popular System, will tiud their wants met at this College. THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT U entire! separate from the gentlemen's, and is fitted op iu a splendid nnd convenient style. Muuy Ladi4 nro now reaping the benefits of a thorough Mer cantile Education, by occupying lucrative' and responsible situation'. Females desirous of at tending a Mercantile School, will find the facilities for study offered at this Iustituliou, superior to any other in the United States. Applicants can enter upon a course of study a any timo during tho year. Diplomas are awarded to stadents who sasta:n ' thorough examination. The Principals have an extensivo acquaintance" with business men throughout the West, and caa render efficient nid to graduates In securing situ- . atious. Tho suit of Rooms occupied by this College, art) moro spacious, and aro fitted up in a more elegant . I - ' ' . .1 . 111 . .1 ami convenient manner man mnj uiner iict uisu I tution iu tho United States. i . c i r. f: ... I : 1 MyH cc.iu lor u vmuiur uj uiuii. Dec. 31, 1853.-ly WESTEKN FARMERS' INSURANCE CO ; Dstvo isbou, (D. OFFICE, OLD JIAXK JlCILDIXO. JAMES KELLY, Pres. : Levi Martin, Scc'y. " Dec. ol, lHGo.-oin. THE PLACE TO GET YOUR LIKENESS,,. HUNT k P.OONE, Have opened, in Johnson & Horner's block, tb ' largest nnd finest Dngucrrcinii Rooms in Faster! Ohio, whero they are constantly biking picture I (exclusively on Galvanized Plates) surpassing all ' others in durability, beamy of finish and artistic ' 1 style. Our facilities for operation are of the most ample and improved order, consisting in part of ma chinory to polish tho plate. By it we aro enabled t K've t'10 highest polish, without which a fin pic ture cannot uo ias.cn. our SKY-LIGIIT IS OF MAMMOTH SIZE AXD Sl'FFICISXT TO TAKE KJXTi' PEHSOXS OX A MSULE PLATE. prices range rnou 27 J cts. to tcx dollars. Ladies and gentlemen nro requcg'.cd to call and examine our specimens. Sulem, Dec. 17, li53. SAMUEL BROOKE, SUCCESSOR TO COOPALB t CO,, COMMISSION MERCHANT. And Wholosalo Dealer in CIoMih, Cisl mores, Docakius, Vesting. Over-Coatings, Satinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Flan nels, Serges and Linings, and a variety of other Woolen nnd Domestic Goods. 41, DAXK STREET, CLEVEI.AXV, OHIO. SAMUEL BROOKE, Having takon tho extensivo Slock of Goods! it Co., otters it lo tlio Trade on .tho most favorable terms, nnd solicits acouiiiiunnce of patronnge frout tho old friends and customers uf the establishment. The Lanje Stuck of l'ankee Xutions d Fannf Good, In tho upper rooms of the building, aro constant ly being replenished by fresh arrivuls. Liberal advances mado on WOOL, by S. N. Ooodale, who continues his office as heretofore, in' tho same building. Dec. 2, 1.-53. 1TT1CIIMEXT NOTICE. At my instance an Attachment wa this day it sued by George W. Wilsou, a justice uf Uie peace' of Perry township, Columbiana county, Ohio, against the property and effects of Silas liowel, i prom-rij 1 1 non-resident debtor. December 1 1, 1803. SAMUEL GROVE. DM. GLIO. XV. l'UTTIT Resnoo'.fully tendort his professional services to tht citizens ot Marlboro and surrounding country. Office in the room recently occupied by Dr. K. Q. Thumat. tf. JUol roceivea at iiuu.oja a uuuai,a t ane-aatortmeiit of RP nP.Tt A STTA WT.S. both long arid square, at price ranging frogs 1ZS TO TWENTY-FIVE COLLARS. .' JtTBySOK A.H0R!;Wt; " OetcVer J8, 1665. ' . , ,.