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Retnonstrnnecs against the repeal of tlic JiMour)
Compromise aro in circulation in this place and also
to sustain Dr. Townscnd's movement for the nmond
mrit of the Constitution, tons toplmcnll citizens
upon an Equality In regard tothoclcctito fmucli'uo,
without rctpoct to sex or race.
They may ie found at tlio Notion Storo of J. L.
IJuck, and also at th storo of Jacob Itoaton.
CALL AND SIGN. Don't wait to b askotl. no
want Volunteers In this wnr.
Rinnrs or AurmcAM CiTizt.M Abroad and at
Horn. A lnrge meeting was held In New York
last week, upon tho subject of securing to Protest-
tat Americnn citir.ens, In cntholi countries, tho
rights of worship and sepulture. It seems that in I
places they aro roquired to conform to tho
of tho Catholio church, while living,
or go without thoir forms of worship, and wheu (
dead, have small prospect of any other burial than I
that of a dog,
Very well. We hope this will bo attended to by
ur people and govoriiinent. And perhaps a ro
grd for these Americans abroad, will lend some
to think of the millions of Americans at homt.
whose rights of worship are quito as much restric-
ted as those of their brethren abroad whoso
chool teachers are imprisoned for teaching their ,
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ehildrcn their A B C's to whom no one may hand
spelling book or bible without meeting a fohm'e
fate who suffer all this and more, living, and at
death, moot the sepulture of an ass. These cili
eene abroad our government ought to protect. All
ee that. Why then are thcusande blind to the
lock of protection of these millions of moro cru
11 wronged once at home.
Nay why are thov l
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V IIHU w iuvii vnu patiit,niNiu i it hiuil tiMii. vine
IV m liftr mnt with II a fnllmvnif fmm IIia Trilv.
one since the above was In typo. It proves that !
ed them to the grcatcwrongs of American citi-
eni at homo.
11 sqo iiimu uvrij luivrn iviuiruu iu uuuiu, mw in '
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the John Wilcliol stamp, llicy snout lor liberty
to Americano abroad, and the next breath greet
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To ih Editor of Hit K. ". Tribune.
Sim At the meeting at tho Tabnrnacle on Thurv
day evening, for advancing tho cause of "religious
fMMlnm " M, Viillni i t, t t.l tinrl M..t nl l.i. a als. 1
ing that our Government be called uqoo "to secure I
tu sBine riniv mm privileges ui iiiuerieail cilizeun ,
throughout tho United States" which aro asked 1
for Americans in foreign countries, "and that it be i
a criminal offense lor an American of either (
MX to teach tho precepts and practices of Christ ,
iu thoir households without regard to color, occu- i
nation, or family relations." i
It is difficult to conceive what there coiild be iu
euch sentiments as these to call forlli such violent
Indignation as was manifested by the audience on
that occasion, nnd when nsDemblcd for such an
object. Such is the fact, however, that as soon a,
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the resolution was read tho pious asscmblaco im
mediately commenced playing "eat music." Mr.
Fuller was silenced, and tho resolution was tabled
by acclamation. Will tho rovcrend gentlemen nnd
other "universal philanthropists" who took part in
the proceedings on that occasion answer the billow
, I. Is it any grcator crime, for tho Dukit of Tus
cany to imprison the Madiui for protulii'iiiii; in
1'lortnct than for the authorities ot Norfolk, Va.,
to imprison Mrs. Douglas for learning "little nig
;ger to rcudf
2. Is it any greater crime to flog a woman in
Vienna than to commit tho same outraga in Wash
ington or New-Orleans?
3. Is it any greater crime to flog n woman in
Vienna thin it is to sell young and bountiful
women at public auction for tho purpoo of prosti
tution, as is the cote in our own country?
The following is the resolution nud amendment
"by the adoption of whuli Wm. II. D.iy wns ex
eluded from within tho bar of the Ohio Senate as
a reporter. Tho amendment is a curiosity. It de
fies nliko criticism and ccuiincnt. Itend it :
' 'Resolved, That tho resolution adopted on the 5th
. day of January, admitting W. 11. Day within tho
bar of the Soiiale, as Keportcr of the Alieird Amer-
icon, be, and the same is hereby recin led.
The following is Mr. Steedvan's nmendment :
Waerea3, Mm. 11. Hav, on tho utli day or tins
month wns, by ft toto of the Senate, admitted with-
in Kr n. i ltn,.w, f..r tl. ,ilL.l A,a-i.-nn,
and whereas, said vote wns taken iu pursuance of
that ttonoral courtesy which has been cxlendcd to
el! parties and principles, and without any know-!at0
ledge, except to a few Seuntors, of tho particular
, person to whom tho courtesy wns extended ; and
whereas, wo rceognizo to the fullest extent tho po
litical privileges to whieh all free w hile malo per
sons are entitled in tho Stato of Ohio: nnd Vih.-reis,
the separation of tho raced of certain colors, fig
ures, features, is distinctly marked by tho hand ol
nnluro, nnd has kept tho races generally scpnrato
through long ages past ; nnd whereas, wo believe
. that the moral and political good of both races re
quire that this distinction should not be interfered
with or set aside, being equally nt war with the
best Interests of both races ; thnt fusion in colors
or races, as well as fusion in politics, is evidence of
' the depraved stato of morals in the ono case, and a
want of political integrity in tho other: and with a
view of discountenancing amalgamation of prin
ciples, amalgamation of politics, us well ns auinl-
- gatnation of races, believing ull fusions of politics
and persons degrades the original purity uf both,
nd preferring to extend tho privilogos of the Sen
a's to a negro of pure blood.
Mr. Giddings, writing from Washington to tho
Ashtabula Sentinel, lays:
" It is now regarded as certain, thnt Mr. Benton
'will oppose the repeal of tho Missouri Compromise
in the Nebraska bill, and it is said that Messrs.
Houston and Itusk of the Senate will also oppose
"Mr. Douglnss has given notico that ho will call
up his bill in the Sonato on Monday next, and from
present indications, it will most likely be passed
. through as fust ns possiblo, in ordor to get it passed
before the people shull have time to express their
views iu regard to it. There is much speculation
. in regard to its prospect of passing.
From present indications the Executive is to ex
rert It influence for the consumation of this outrago
'-tip the pledged faith of the nation, and upon tlio
civilisation of the prosent age. If it be made nu
Executive measure, and tlio putrunngo of the Pres
ident scoured for its passage, it will suceed unless
the people spoak in such terms as will rebuko the
,barbarousspiritJiidi now rules the party in powor.
1 would speak frankly to our people.' I ty
them most distinctly that the result rests on thoin.
It has ever rested mi them. This is a Government
i of the people. If they feel tho dignity of their
position, realize thoir respinsibilily, nnd discharge
their duty, tho vast territory of Nebraska will be
consecrated to freedom, it tney permit aougn
recount, ii uioj viiiiii uuiiHii-
f... .nrf ..rvila. . ,lir, tlieoi unwihukod. and
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la aitnldish slum mark els on that most beautiful
portion of our wide doinsin, it w ill ba for the rea
son that the peoplo wero milling to bo thus dis
graced. " I nn told that a majority of tho Committee on
foreign affairs will report a bill to pay tho elate
dealers for the loss of thoir human chattels on board
the Am'ntad. It is this anode which tho Adminis
tration take to resist sll nutivnf the tlave questmen."
LETTER FROM HENRY C. WRIGHT.
BOSTON, January 27, 1824.
nnli lhv nttenjnnco fmMi
t Ds R Menu's : This in tlie last dnv of our three
I nm on the platform-
Garrisou, Phillips, Quincy, Mar, Jackson, Stwk.
man, Foss, and a host of other true and tried
friends of tlio slave tiro nroutid. A stern, martyr
!fllirit pervades tlio meeting. Sovcral resolutions
lavo been introduced, and discussed freely. One
j, n0,v speaking to show that the condition of tho
laborers of Europe is as bad and worse than that of
ilie American slave. This is a foolish and riuicu
many lOUs attempt to mnko tho oarric.it anti-slavery ndvo
sjeremonies Cato odious, and to vent any amount of bottled up
wrath ngainst them.
Tho following resolutions were introduced, and
ys' nnti-elavory gathering, on tho occasion of the! T.
annual meeting of tho Massachusetts Anti-Slavoiy! .:.
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r'sb'tiilnoss or expediency of slavery
iiMojivn, i iiat wo UoriT the existcn
hare been under discussion during tho meeting i
JlemttrJ. That slavery is a denial of self-evident
facts of human exiBtoiic'o, nnd tbereforo Is a wronci
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which no Doing, uooks, ercou uor constitulious can
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books, creeds, constitutions, laws and commands, by i
wiionisocvor written or AdopteI, which assert tho
exintenr. and renu-
dmto worship of any being as tiod, that justitics
me cxiHiuncu nna porpetuuv ot slnverv.
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lie Mr. Wrightj followe'd tkese by remarks, in '
which lie spoke of tho Diblo as being used to up
hold slavery, and of persons uiilioldiiiff Hint insii-
tution under tiio pretcuco thnt it has the sanction of
Hcsolrcd, That all the signs of tho times portend
& stron- clfort on tho part of tlio elavo cower to
iiiuiiiji,iii me luneiions aim control tnc policy ol i
mono pome i
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Oovcrmncnt rstill ninro entiirlv than in timrs ntt
ftS 10 tllO iSuiJlMskit Jcmtorv. thrt nrniimtmn
fh slave territory in the Mesilla Valley, nblain-
in trampling under font tho Missouri Compromise
as to tlio Nebraska Jerritory. tho ncnuiiitirin of
ing mo saneuon oi I no r-upremo t.ourt tor the
nrnuni-n ir .ni-i.li.. . n.. .:.. .1..:- i . ...
;preenio ol e.atelioldcrt with their slaves in the
h-eo btatcs, nnd re-opening tho slave trade by crant-
'".g eompci.satioii to the pirates in the AmistiiJ
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.iv.u.i vi, iiiui iiiu will i;riiiin;iii, ui inc C 1IIICU
S'n'e"; " mr M " WM, designed by its founders to
gation and perpetuation of ircri, utterly failed
to accomplish tlio object for which it was designed :
it is the riu-bt and duty of tho rconlo to chamroor
jabolirh that Government, and establish ono that
stlill I riri.tfint llll limln, ita i lo.l In w.n in I.AI I...
alienable right to lifo, liberty, nnd the pursuit of
1 Jt'.iohed, That should tho fiovernmcnt succeed
in its present plan to abolish tho Missouri Conipro
not miso, to throw open all tho vast public domain to
slavory and the slave trade, wo consider tho time
fully come for the people- to practically sccuio to all
under its jurisdiction, their sacred riuiit to freedom.
aml nmU Cul"',ry '' JoJ ' J i truth on as-
ilma u,r Ul rpfeed ol all lands.
Theiic tion iswl.ctiicrany Icing orcircumstanco
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" ?" UT0M0 in? "K''f"jr 'ery. It
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....itvni. uiuii.'i.iuiiv rueeivcu uciioi ol inn
nntion that if the lliblo says slavery is right, it U
ii' Nils "iineij 19 ril'lll, 11 ISI.
;ht i that if what tho Church and State call aoll ,
says men may hold, buy, sell, hunt and flog slaves,
it is right. Various persons have various answers
to this argument, drawn from tho Bible and God In
favor of tlavcry. This is uiy answer, nnd it is a
firw7 nnd unanswerable ono at any rato; 1. o.: If
the Bible says slavery is right, this provos the lii
blo to lie wrong, and not slavery to bo right. If
what priests nnd politicians rail God says slavery is
right, it only proves that Mci'rGod is only a phan
tom, having no cxistonco savo iu tho htarls nud
bruiht of hi worshipper. I Uony tho existence,
and scorn tlio worship of all pro-slavery Gods.
lioir true it is that men's conceptions of God arc
the outgrowth of their own menial nature; thnt ns
this is gross their ideas of God will be gross ; that
as this is pure and elevated, their conceptions or:
GoU will bo pure nud olovatod. The htart is the
glass through which God ie seen by nil.
glass be pure wo shall seo ft pure God.
heart bo pro-slavory or pro-war, tlio Cod will bo
pro-hlnvcry and pro-war. A true anti-slavery heart
can nover see a slavcholding God. A peace-lot ing.
non-rcsisliiii: heart can never sec a God of war nnd
vi,o,ii-nr .i.n, i,n,,i.i,.. .;n
-"rt " w " win i, iii in-i m-u ,
f i r i . ii i ii. i
a God or love, justico and benevolence. oik on,
dear Marius, and lot us all work to creato for this
nation an nnti-slavory heart: and then tho
nation's ( iiod will nt onco become nnti-slavtry.
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Utv nti-slutcry lienrt will lovo an nnti-slavcry
i fiuJ- AH wo want is to cieato for the Church and .
- State a truo, devoted anti-slavery heart, nnd to cre
n ncw ,eart ftn(1 r- a ;ri( in U 0 ,,.0 H,n.
very qucstiun, nnd thon they will all at onco avow
a now God, or rather now conceptions of God, oven
beforo they nro aware ol it.
It is impossible for that heart to lovo God that
hates man, one man ; it is impossible for any man
to honor and worship tho God of lovo nnd justice.
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who enslaves nnd kills men, or who dishonors and
degrades any human being, however poor, nnd
holplcss, nnd ignorant, nnd despised ho may bo.
Tho resolutions touching Nebraska havo been
eloquently discussed by Phillips, Garrison, Quiney,
llurlcigh nnd others. Wore our fathers of old jus
tified in abolishing their oM Government nud setting
up n now one f Much more Is it our ritrht nnd
duty to abolish tho present Government of tho
United States, which has proved an utter failuro iu
socuriug liberty nnd justice, and his boon tho moans
of legalizing the l.and-mald of shivery, and to sit
up ono thnt shall have " No Union witu Slave,
uoi.iieiis" for its corner-stone.
Joux Mitch el, the Uenodict Arnold of Ireland,
has received a merited rebuko from this meeting.
And that mnn, who broke up the llcpeal Associa.
.el 1 . .1 l rn u it
tion of Ireland, because OConnell and James
Haugh.on.two of i leading men, would rebuke
dom. IIo in various ways, beforo ho left Ireland,
showed himself to bo tho deadly foe of liberty, nnd
tho pliant tool of tyrants. IIo is here to lend tho
Irish population to becomo slaveholders nnd the
nbottors of slavery. He will succeed to somo ex
tent, for that class of people nre led by thoir priests
and editors to do homngo tn sluvory.
God bless Ohio! She has token tho lead, as a
State, If roports bo true, in roslstanco to tlio Ne
braska bill. Our meeting goes on. I wish all our
Doston nbolitioniste could attend one of yourglori"
ous gntheriugs In Ohio. Dut I must stop,
iiinurieuu Biiivuiioiners, aim rciuto 10 accent incir
blood-money to aid Ireland in her struggle for free-
HENRY C. WRIGHT.
Land Ptrony. Gcrrit Smith has offered the
following In the bouse of Representatives t "That
ull tho members of the human family, notwith
standing ull contrary onactmcnts. have lit ill times,
nnd undor all circumstances, a riirht to the soil, as
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t ivil tiovcrniiinnl is only to regulate the oocupa
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tion of the public lauds, nnd this 011 the principle
thnt the great ritrht of tho soil isas equal, inherent
and sacred, as lito itself."
OfTieial proclamation is made by the Consuls of
Ilritzill and Peru, at New York, that all trade and
commerce in tho waters of tho Am . ion, is strictly
prohibited. The Brazilian Counsel declare as
follows i "No foreign ting is pormitted to enter the
said river Amnion. '
NOTICES OF THE PRESS.
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miich tnluablo information relative lo health nnu
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liter Cure, ara aiiinng its coLtr.biitors.
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No, of tho Journal oontaiiu tlin report or tlio pro-j
readings of tiio .Statu TuaehorV AsKocia'.ion, Willi
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Terms, 2 a year, in nlvaiiuc.
Trnor mi Tihls. -This paper succeeds the
Phonetic Advocate, Cincinnati. Its form is quite
improved. Its n echanical oppcuruiice first rato.
in condiieted with tinnsunl editorial tact, is gen
erally reformatory in its character and enrnoitly
tho Phonetic reform.
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Journal. 1 ho Journal is tho wtekly of tlio Com-
morcial Journal, a daily, fcdilca liy l.oliort M. iiu
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devoted to its enpeiiul purpose, the auvaucimciilol .
Tm PiTT'iiviion Yt'iTRR, last week published
the bans of union ticlwecit itself and tho Family
Mrs. Swissbelm savs. tbnt lieinirtho orcan of
tho Free Democracy of Pennsylvania does not pay.
.Sho has tbereforo mado tho present arrungumuiit,
and the paper is liorouflcr to be independent on all
It will appcarVi an enlarged form.
News of the Week.
measures to build ft Merchants Kxchanuo.
Alfred fvcrson lins been elected C. S. Senator
fram Coirgia. Tho PitHburghfirs oro taking
T1, ,.,.. r fhU..,.. hn m.tii ooed the Post
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M"or O. nornl to ncnd tho srostcrn mmU via. tvn
.lik ad.L to avoid tho iutcrruptiou at Eric. Tho
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rctltlSVI Vailia liaill nnJ IS llow COinpiulCU. .i.-uii.i
pilsb011" r trains arc to comiuoiico running through
tunnel on Monday next. There were
thirty tons of specie at Wheeling ft few days since
on its wny to tlio Philadelphia Mint. 0,000
slaves wero imported into Cubft last year, and toe
slave trado Is prosecuted with yigor from Uio Ja-ncrio.
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have recmy,d:y,,.1alh; at Pittsburgh, IUrnsburgh
Tho Pennsylvania Legislature has rerealed the
The Wilsom Familv, consisting of Mr. D. Wil
son and his two daughters, assisted by Mr. P. C.
Ilufstnder, give ft Vocal and Instrumental Concert,
this (Friday) eveuing, nt tho Towu flail. They
como with high commendations.
Eri Matters,. V,. U. Lowrionnd Mayor King,
have made a sort of tiiuinphal journey from Pitts
burgh to Philadelphia and back. They seem
Franklin Canal Company's Charter and Governor
lliglcr hns gouo on to takechargeof the company's
Tho road from ll ubor Creek to P.rio has been
completed, under the protection cf tho United
States Marshal, but hns made noconnection at Eric
This connection wns prohibited by tho law repeal
ing tho Fraukliu Canal Company's Charter.
U. S. Sematob. Tho 24th tilt, wns sot apart for
tho election of U. S. Senator by our Stato Legisla
ture. The caucus worked away busily day nnd
"'ijht to agree upon ft candidate for tho ocension.
m. . . r , ,11 I If
"py c' "usucociuui aiicu nnu jiunny penny
had it neck nnd neck in the race. They have stoi
ped to get their wind and tho election hns not ye
A resolution has been introduced into tlio Ohio
Legislature requesting the attentiou of Congress to
the alteration of tho federal constitution, so that
Stntcs Senntors shall bo hereiflcr elected
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by the pcoplo directly. So has also n bill piobibit-
ing tho circulation of bills of a Ics dcuoiniutuioii
than tcu dollars.
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ltESOLCTIONS I.N nEGAIID TO A EUKASKA. 1 110 lot-
low ill IT resouuioils liaiu uicil iiiiiwiiii-i.u lino mw
Ohio Hcuule, in reference to tho Nebraska plot
made to procure the passage of nn net of Congress
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LU 111 ll.llll'.l.- 11,".- .v., .1.-1 1 VI ..l-Kia.nM no., ni.v..
Whcrtns it is understood that efforts nre being!
organize the territory
provisions as will permit tho existence of slavery
theiein; nnd whereas, in tho judgment of this
General Assembly, tho passngo of such nn net
w ould not only ho inconsistent with the ( oiistuit-
Ill n llll llJU . vnii t ur
tion of tho United States nnd of tho Declaration of
Iudcpenden-c. but would also bo a manifest viola-:
tion of tho Misouri Compromise : Therefore
to prevent the
Do it resolved by tho General Assembly of the
Stato of Ohio, that wo solcnly protest ngainst the
passngo of any net for tl.J organlr.atfon of the
Territory of Nebraska which shall not expressly
exclude tho institution ofliuman slavery from uid
llesolvcd. That our Senators and Pieprosenta-
tivos in Congress bo requested to mnko every effort
nssn"0 ot sueii nn uet.
Kcsolvud, That the Govornor be roqucstod tn
transmit a copy ot tho foregoing resolutions to
each of our Senators nud representatives in Con-
OHIO LEGISLATURE ON SLAVERY.
On Friday afternoon, Gen. Ecklet, of Carroll
county, oltiircu lor niloption 111 tlio
following on tho subjo.t uf introdiieiu
into the rreo tvest:
', of Carroll
Wiiereas, Slavery in the Unitod States is a great
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iMiuouiii 01 11, iiniatoiuoiv iu inu inn uuivii'I'uiihi
; of frc9 inttHlll. nJ in Ti(Jlftlifm 0f naiioinil
Ms. and exists only by the force of. positive
1 muuioinai uiws, nuu inoso ouiy o-oiohsho n nu
of the UiiteUtitates conlors no powor on congress
to creato slavery wlioro it does not now exist, or W
authorize its oxistenco in territory that is now treo;
and whereas, tho act oi Congress of 180, commonly
known as tho Missouri Compromise, was a soloin
D'.n..l..i:An r.n lltn r.n.1 rf ll.n at vittii .1.1 1 li fl. St'ntSB
stipulation, on tho pnrt of tho slavcholding States,
that all territory not included in tho Stato of Mis
souri, nnd West of tho Mississippi, river, lying
.North ot tho lino or thirty-six uegrocs ana thirty
minutes of North lutitudo, should forever bo Ireo
and wherous, tho introduction into tho Senalo of
the I nited States of the bill for tho organization of
tho Territory of Nebraska is nn uttempt to viuluto
the spirit of said Compromise, and to authorize tho
existonce ot sinvory 111 territory stipulates to oe
free ; tbereforo, bo it.
Resolved by tho Sonato and House of Represen
tatives, That Sinvory is an etil unfavorable to the
full development of free institutions, and ouuht
not to be allowed to iucrenso or oxteud, and ought,
nuniiy, to bo entirely crudicatotl
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'"'"""i "i nu inniionu- iiuroanur "r(,,,u
j passage of the bill now pending befor
of iho United Stntos, for the orgHtii
Izcd, nnd all torritnry horeafter ncnuired. slarory
or involuntary sorvitudo should not exist, except
for the punishment of crimes.
Resolved, That tho act commonly known as tho
Fugitive Slave Law," passed September, 1850, is
contrary the tho feelings, eentiments nnd convic
tions of tho peoplo of Ohio, containing provisions
in conflict with the principlos of just ire, and the
provisions of the Constitution of the United States.
Iiesoivoa, i eat we solemly protest against tho
betore tho tennt
r.stinn of the
'l' fritow of Nebraska I Vanse it U
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nnd f Hi -' prov ii. of tl.a Missouri Compromise
lAl..j,. , fI ,T, ,, v,vP,t ninl,t ,,8 pnssngo
,.t f,.,.,i,r ((,?a,.i?..itio.. i,f tl. Territory of
Vfi,,;,,!.. ft( llllt oxprcsly exclude suit cry
'or involuntary servitude Jinn sma lerritcrj, excrpi
for tllO Mill O-lllll'llt 01
I!csniie,, That cur Senators in congress
r'Mructod. mid . ur Keprc.nt.ilie be ro.,ueMi. to
oftre.l.e,rcxortio,t.Aay out tho foregoing rcso-
.lutoms. . ,
1. 1 TV., it.- ,'........ I.a nrtiilroil til for
Inp.l I..A.-...I. ..f l.n I ll.l.i .loln'rill w.tl ill t'uIIL?reiS, a
co: v ol I i i u ,.riiciing preamiiie nun rrwiuuuin.
.nr. M,,..i inov
ri'.,lutiotis be laid on
printed ; upon v. Iiich nioticu
and i.iivk. wliicli were taken, i
Biu.j, iuv iiivuuii 'tc,Nni:ui
CoMiiir.'ii. JaniiRrv 20th. Sr.NATK. fr. Dom-
glasi culled up I. is Nubrnska bill. Ho coiiiiilcneed
by explaining that two objects had benn snoght by
ino Oii.iinttee. in r-rcriarinjr tlio ixcLrnsun
taken, aiul relted-y,,!- 40.
1st. As to ti c Indians, to nmteet their right! and
, it vta-i loo oliject nnu ocuo
21, A i to ,Slavorv,
tb" t'ominillon fi.'l.o vmiillv otnlii'il that thV had
t.,;;rn ,ll ,.;,.,. ,Cl, tin t'oiiipromi.ie Actl ol lf0
as their guide, and had made onch and every pro
pi..: i-.t;- i.,i :...,;.!.-
vi: n ii of tliis bi'l acjord with those principlos.
lenving to tbc people of the territories tho privileges
of governing themselves free of all contr.il, except
T 'url v-o.r.promi-o ifta teen snprceucu oy uie
!1,c -pn.i.tution of tho I ...ted htatei and lini.te..
ami rcitric'cJ upon lio particular subiect by tlieir
posiu,,, N,,, or SoutU of any arbitrary gengrajih.,
ical line. Tho Committee considered that tbc .'lis-
f'uniromic cf la.VV
He alluded to the addicts published by the Sen
ators from Ohio and Massachusetts to the pOJplc,
charging this bill wilh want of faith in tho solemn
comjJact,.and charging him personally with concert
ing an atrocious plot, and applying to him an epi
thet which could not bo ukc-I in intercourse betcen
gentlemen. He charged that this address had been
put forth, churning to havo been signed by a major
ity of the Ohio delegation, in ordor to influeiieo the
I.cilaturo of thnt Mate, beforo whii li resolutions
were pending on tl 1 0 subject. The address had not
all these sigtnitnrts, nnd ho believed tho statement
llial it had ever been so signed wui a wilful false
hood. Mr. Clnsc roso to mnko nn explanation,
Mr. l).,ii!.las refused to yield tho floor, saying
thnt n gentleman who had so violated every rule ol
propiiety nud fairness was not entitled to any coti
siileratun at 1 is hands. Mr. Doiip.lasl thou pro
ceeded nt great length to argue in favor of the bill.
After Mr. DouJasi bnd concluded, Mr. Chase
took tlio floor and eloquently repelled tho charges
mr.uo ngainst him, by the Senator from Illinois, oi
havicg arraigned bun by tho nduiesi. Ho could
assuro the Senator that in writing the address the
Senator had never for ono moment occupied his
mind ; tho Benstor wns nlluded to in a postscript,
but only ns author of tho bill. The Senator oxng-gi'rn'e-f
his own importance, and had considered
l.iimolf the v.lwlo Committee. IIo look Uj.cn him
self nil timl va.i taid of tho niouPuro. lie kr.ow
tho gig.miio stature cf tho Senator's importance;
he knew the immense power nud influence the Sen
ator exerted over the country ; he know the Senator
wns surrounded here by ft large r.nd powerful party,
nu I ho know the disadvantiifjes tinder which he
labored in a controversy prvVo.;cd by the Senator;
bo knew the odds ngainst him ; he and the Son.i'.or
from Massachusetts steed alone ; they were but two
in a body of sixty-two; bo challenged the Senator
to point to any ninlc intanee whero bo or the Sen
ator from Massachusetts had ever swerved on one
isiJc or tho other in voting upon any mea.'.urc to
promote tho interest of the country ; ho asked the
, T " 'Tt
Northern or a Southern State was to bo benefitted
by it. All that tlicy had done was to condemn the
nationality of Slavery ; this was their position, firm
and unalterable, and on it they were in a minority
in the Scmil;'. IIo now, hero in tho Senate and be-
f . i . .. . .v , ,.i ..
I "rn .",c c,n.""7.' ;n,n ' u 'r-n
Ol 'i l.-ifllilllli;U III lll.ll il mi i : --I mv-ii l ... i
nt;y imputation upon tho motives or called in iiiios-
tioii tho course of nnv individual. Havin" thus
Jbriilly explained tho groundlessness of the charge
Tuinde r.gaiiK't him by the Senator, he would defer,
until to-morrow, las arguments on me nicr.ts oi me
Mr. Wadossaid he had read tho document nnd
approved of it. anil if it had been presented to him
lie won tit Iiavo signed it.
Mr. Sumner denounced llio bill, nnd tho cvidont
efl'ort which liad been made to hurry it through
Congress beforo tho pcoplo should havo time to cypres
their opinion upon ii.
V. S. Senators, hv:t week amused themselves by
,l ., I., ,1, p,.' Vnriflfi lieillnl ivlioin
,1C Oavman and Itnliun Democrats have everywhere
j s0 t.xe.;rile.l. Perhaps the people have done the
! XUiltij injustice, but wo sec no occasion for the ntUtiitcd
tention of tho Senate tj whiJi wo havo rcfercd.
,-.i.. 1...I.: i. ... i ...e..,.i
leiuiou oi ii. o ccnaiu u w iiiiin u ii.no 4i.-o.-ii.-ii.
1 . . . . , ,, ,
Q WM ,i,ply cominisnoiicd to call upon ti.o
proi.!oi.t on his way to 15ra.il, T ith expressions
ihc Pupa's kiud feeling towards the pcoplo yf t;,-3
Sut'T'.xr. or an F.xilk. Mr IVri-k O'Por
one oi the Irish exiles who made Ins. ecnio ln in
Vun De-man's Laud, nnd arrived i:i this conn'i
.. . . ... .... i i . ... i
a I ew tnontiis miv o. uie.i m c inoay last
lodmni's in Drooklyn, ol dysentery. ItisMiidne
died aim it alone, nud without frieinU, and he was
buried on Monday at GreoiiwjjJ Cumutory by a
fiw friends of thoiuusi fir which ho wai banished
his native land. The family of the de..'oise J (wife
. , , " i t' . I
"a 1 wji 'ri arrive i iu .now ioru on o i many
U.,'I'J uut 2uJ '"" "hereabouts until ar.or
i ins uoiii.i.
, , . n , . .mi.
, Tho weather on tho Ojwn lm been twnW. and
'o bait s to -..nary an. be ihind tuns. a:i I report it
0 "nd ; hard iu the extreme, ri.o Niagara was
' lco. U.tvs. from Liverpool to llal.tnx-iorty-six
...nr.) fi.kin IT11.1I11V t,i llosliiii. w-lneli iu tlinallv
Paufil' Railhoap. It is rumored that tho Sou-j
comm'utco having in charge tho subject of
railway to tl.u Paeillu, having determined to report
in favor of throo lines 0110 through Texas to San
Diego; another from tlio Missouri lino, near tho
of tho Kaiizas. bavins its e iitern termini
Memphis and St. Louis, and runuing through I tali
made in thirty-two or thirty-iiio.
(0 San Francisco ; nnd a third from the west end
of Luke Superior, with a terniimis also on Lake
Michigan to iho mouth uf tho Columbia, with
fork terminating at Pugct's Souud.
Mt'KncRERs of a Slave Scnten'ced TO BE III'
MfanERERS of a Slave Scnten'ced to BE Ili'N'o.
Our readers will recollect tho particulars of
Cn Ttt 0.M
1 i,i,.- i,,,,,t.,i , ,,.,, rnmiuiiv nvn with l.looil.
j hound., and then put hi.a to death by tho most
I proioncea ani cruel tortures. These bonds wero
brought beforo the Court Appeals at Charleston on
I M(mJiy asti nn nfter tho motion for new trials
h,x(t he'n ain mt woro sentenced to lo hung on
: tn. n j ,av .. '..rot, ncxt
I J '
An incident, worthy of remembrance, occurred
nt the meeting nt National Hall on .Nituruay even
jr, When Mr. Unions mentioned tho name
; I John M;tci!i:l!., tho wholo house greeted it with
' hiSsP. ,na loud cries of "Shnme, shame," and
tne m,t hitter denunciations or the speaker were
( reooivl with tho loudeat applause Clenland F.
Altnllll'il AIMi.nvinr ,if HiI K fivctlk nlVuir. llllt a roso-
. ,.i 1 . . . . . . . ,
I tution cnilorsing tlio Aaiiuuistration nemg onerea
Mii'soi'M Benton Mkktinh. it is stated that the
regular committee of ths great Henton meeting
St, Ixiuis, on the 8th of January, reported no rcto
lulions approving of tho Administration. Upon
the motion of ono of tho leaders, a resolution wf.s
by Samuel Holmes, tho mooting, on motion of
P. lthtir, Jr., adjourned without voting on it, and
it is excluded from the official aoeount of tie pro
ceedings. AVny is it? Tho Plaindealer doos not rotioe
oxpulsinn of W. H. Day from tho Ohio donate, nor
say a word about Nebraska. It iguorcr everything
connected with sUvory. All the so t alle 1 Domo
cratio papers on the lUsorve, indceil, keep mum
ths eurijert of Frcedeiu, Lot ficeuises nute this
ra-'t it i worthy lliuir aiteniiou ', i'. C. I'e.n.
DIED In SMem, on tho 29th iust,,.of puW
nnry consumption, Hmkca II. Tvlo, In bor
Ior friends will be rcjoiood to kr.ow, that, nol-
iritliKtmnlin sli died in whet Would (mi Jit
more perfect rule.) be tlio morning of lifo, horl
-i .r.i ...-puo,. , , ...u..ur, .,m , ooay
m oaln.ly and siloiitly as th, leaf
withers and fulls.
TREASURER'S REPORT FOR JANUARY.
I Asa Evans,
i ? Margn. Pierce, $5.00
, p; .00 P
Mc Millan, TWamw.
Receipts the Bugle for the week ending Feb. 1.
Samuel P.rooks, Jr. I.iucs!l!e,
A. II. Ui-nlT,
! jlliiwii K Wm, An,,
, .. ,, i,,,, r,..iii:
,.. - ;,, M t.,
. ... ' , 1.1
I. unlet iuno. jiii.iiiiuiui
Ari-vl .'io, 2nd E-liiibur.
1 .lin Calvin, Franklin Mills,
N. N. Scll.y, Harihegig,
I. R Haiuei, Alliance,
Levi Martin, New Lisbon,
David Woods, Columbian,
John I'itjpatrick, "
James Caldwell, '
Cvms Mercer, "
N'oah Striekler, "
John Vo-'lesong, "
Samuel urubsker, "
Mahlon Irwin, "
Stacy Nichols, "
V.. Preston, Battle Creek.
IJeynolds Cornell, Battle Creek,
Jacob U mtieil, '
I!. 1!. Morritt, ' "
bimcH F. yVidridgo, Chicago,
Miss Clin; lotto llussel, Uullvuo,
Silos Pcpnon, Warren,
William Willson, Southfie'd,
Mary I'.. Adams, Scio,
Milioii Davis, Salem,
Mary A. Cook, Wolf Creek,
Wiifinin Harris, " "
Michael M.ilott, Springfiebl,
S. Kinney, "
J. (Jroetiloar, "
II. Pulvcr "
N. Kinney. '
P. H. llerwill. Items Center,
John II. Metzgar, Thompson
James lirissv0. "
II. II. Drake. Fox Lake,
George Layer, Franklin Corner,
Phil iiidor Wheeler, Gerard,
lllia H.itlielJ, "
l(. L. At' hison, Middlebury.
Artenins Bortnn, Marlboro,
Hugh P. Clark, Keokuk.
Wiiiinm K. Clark, St. Cluirsvillo,
E. W. SanJersiii. Chagrin Falls,
l.l HI-13 j
1, 00-47 0
1 ,50-445 j
FREEDOM FOR NEBRASKA.
Tlio Citir.ens of Columbiana County and vicinity
without distinction of sect or party, aro invited
to meet iu tho Town Hull in Salem, on Friday, Feb
10. 15 I: at ono o'clock. P. M.. to l.rolcst eaiutt
i . . ,
tlio project now penning in ino ocnaio oi mo . a.,
for the repeal of that section of the Missouri act,
which forever excludes slavery, in the Territories
lying North of 30 degrcoe 3 minutes.
Appended to this call is a long list of names of
most rcsooctaiiln caucus ot all parties; uut tney
camo in too l.Uo for insortion. They will bo appeu
ded to the call as othcrwiseciroulated as it will be
most thoroughly. Lot tho people come,
The Quarterly Meeting of Progressive Friends
will bo bold nt Grove Meeting House, on the sec
ond seventh dny of the present mouth (February-
WHKPiKAS, it is the object of our Oovernmont
,i,-i i . A ii 'r. ........
to establish Justice, ensuro Lljiaestie Iranuuihty,
. . roU, fr ti10 cl)n,inon defence, promote the Goii-
or! 0r..l Welfare, and sociiro tho blessinas of Liberty
: to every citizen thereof: And whereas, our Dcotar-
.1.... ..Ti i ...... .j .I...:. ,,
nuo.is m -, uiai ivu uo , ui u.iieiiio u'iiiiu ''" J
that ail GovorumcnU derivu their
I n-jwers f.uni tlio consent of tho covorncd, thcro
loft, no system of Legislation that chattelizes any
p'irti'iu ot tue people, mat witniioius uio i nunc
H main f.'om the no? ses.iiuii of the poor, and allows
it to bejome an agent of oppression iu the hands
ol the rich, that sanctions ami supporU Intem
perance, with its inevitable uegrnautioii ami vice,
is in n-cor.lcnee w ith tho principles of Justice and j
nioralitv. wliicli underlies the foundation of nil i
righteous legislation: And whereas, it is a notori
oih fiwt, tlit'.t in tho United Slates, throo millions
of persons aro hold in tho most a ject bondage
tli.it the land which belongs to the people as their
inheritance, is disposed of to speculators for pur-
ro'.ji of gVm, that tho trntbo in Intoxicating
Irinki protected to tho great detriment of the
interest ol tho wholo community, nud is a prolific
soitrco of mischief, ovil and crime: And whereas,
wo fool that wo cannot co-operatu or unite with
any pvty or orcaniza.ion, that docs not denounce
nnd ow'oso Slavery, ndvocnto tho iirineiiilcs of
Land lieform, contend for tho abolition of .Inteni
nte a per.nice, and boldly nnl unhesitalingly dcebiro
, fcjr that all L'jgislutivo Euactuieut.i that sanction
j tho EVILS referred to, should bo null and void,
j and that they aro uot in accordance with tho doc
moutli at i laratious of our Government 1 And, inasmuch as
1 there 13 110 political party in this Mate, that occu-
pics sufficiently high ground, or speaks so .clearly
! nnd explicitly upon theso matters that it cannot be
a niisuii'lerstood, tho undersigned woulJ, therefore
invito all ucrsoiu who desire t wrest our Govern
mcnt front tho hands of pilitieal tricksters, and
prev0lt ,.lH- rr(,m heiiig perverted to the s.iuciio
a 1 1, (f wroll,7 ta mP,,t ; Convention nt Suleiu, C
' ' , ' fv'tc
1 . 1 n i-. .e 10
j BAUKKIt. f Salem, 'nud others, are' cxpec'ted to
bo nresent to address the Convention
feci)- Tho friends of Progress and Reform nre
particularly renuested to attend to give strength
an 1 influence to tho Convention.
II' rn. WiMrfj'iaic,
A. A. I'rrine,
A. II. ImjUdue,
Dr. J. t . Lean,
J. L. Ha.-'.;
Jiirl ,Si "i;,
J. ('. Wiiincry,
J. II. Kinneman,
II. A. Ledne,
Geo. H. Werner,
E. .V. Il.trttlinrn,
J. IK Crijietniid,
J. M. Copelund,
J. V. Iiontall,
P. Campbell, Jr.
J. C. Mils,
E. h. Smith,
r. n. white,
A. J. Miller,
J, M. tlhritl.
Ivi S. Mid,IUIon;
J. V. ContUml,
J. H. fjroU,
W. M. Voglttonn,
, AMD .
INSTRITTION In tlies'a brtincboi of ProeticU
Science will bo giren at tlio L'nion S.-hooI, A!rl- i
biro', Stark Co., during tho Spring Tonn. com
mencing March Utli and continuing luurteon
Kegulnr Fir.I.D PRACTICn with the Compas-h
Ievelm nnd Transit Instruments, aecomptuiiel
witb Caleulntions. I'lolling and Drafting, will form
esrential part of the oour5. ,
luitmn per 11 wciks, f-;,3'J. itii llie pnriiegs)
Marr.mo. Jan. SI. 1851. U0L1'1'UUK' .
Illank VttJi, Artldt of Ajrttmit, 7mlyiht
Xt'.; Summon una Tixetmtiiutt 'Jr ta( tkit
SCHOOL FOR LADIES & GE.NTLfeMt'N,;
The subscriber having located in this place, il
nga'n prepaid l instruct studen's iu the scienr
Analoniv, Physiology and Hjgicno, or iLe
practice of Mcdiefr.c nnd Surgery. And In addit
tiou 1 1 his former extensive means fr demoiistrat-
H'K tho various sulysoet, has recoutiy au.ien mrgeiy
thorn by expeusivc purcha-es fioiu France.
Uoiiionstralions in Anatomy wi.i cmiimiuii win
first of March, nnd to tlio'-e "ilerdious of availing
thcmielvi.s of the s'jniniOr uutirsej. of stmliee,. it
would be adiNablc to be bora nt least. U weck
Hi) would also anncuiiee .tint he ie
prepared to practice in his profession.
L' I! Tlllllll
K. G. THOMAS,
Saliu, Jan. 21, lI.-4w
AT COLD h'ATLU, MICUHIAS,
For the euro of A"ue and Chronic Iisoai ie
successful operation. Address for particulars.
Jan. 21, ls53.-5m.
Dll. JOHN' 11. GLLLY.
Cofu H ar, iluk.
WESTERN FARMERS' INSl'RANCE tO.,
OFFICE, OLD IiAXK MILMXC
. JAMKS KLLLY, Piute."
I.xvi NTartiv, Soc'y.
lice. 31, l453.-3ui.
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Have opened", in Johnson Si Horner'e block, the
lavgost and finest Dngucrreian Rooms in Kastoiu
(lliti M-linpn (linir nt-n rnnsl uti 1 V tilkinff tlielums
(exclusively on Oitlvnnixcd Pluses; surpisssing U
ot,ors in diirnbility, btfitity of finish and artlslie
jtvi0. Our facilities lot operation are of the most
nl'pc nm inijiroved order. consisting iu part of uia-
givo thebig'iest polish, without which a Kuv y
ture cannot be taken, (,'ur
IS OF MAMMOTH SIZE ASt) ilfTCUAT
TO TAKE .SIX IT J'EltSOXX Ot' A
rticzs ran'ox ruox 37 J cts. to ten dollars.
Ladies nnd gentlemen are rvc(uetid to eull J
examine osir sjiciniens.
Suloin, Dec. 17, 153;
sccrr.ssoa to coodai.e k co4
And Wholesalo Deulcr In
i lotlis Cnseifucrm, norkkins, Votiak.
Over-Coatings, S.atllictts, Tweeds, Jeans, Flan
nels. Serges and Lining, nnd a variety
of other Woolen nitd Domestic Goods.
41, BAXK STREET, CLE VELA X, OHIO'.
Having taken tho extensive "lock of Gooda!
Jc Co., oO'ers it to tho Trade oil tht most favortblit
terms, and solicits a continuance of pntroiingB fro!A
the old friends and customers of the establishment.
The Laryt Slot k of J 'cuiAVe Xolivnt rf- Fancy Coodt,
Iu the upper rooms of the building, nre constant
ly being replenished by fresh arrivals.
Liberal advances mado on WOOL, by S.
Goodale, w ho continues his office as heretofore, ia
the same building.
Deo. 2, li-S.t.
JUST re.clvcd at JOHNSON It HOUNEU'Si a
fino assortment of
long nnd squnvo, nt prices ranging from
TEN TO TWENTV-FIVE DOLLARS.
JOHNSON' A iiohSEit:
October S, IS.11.
;Vor;i Side .V.n'.i-S., O.ic IWr JTef of iA ,Va!i
Jltiok-Xlore, .Stifcm, Ohio', , .
Coats, Yosts, Pant's, ie.', Mado to Ordor and Was
tan'.c.l to Give S.tiiifuctiou.
The Tailoring Husiuoss in nil his 15ranc!lti ea
rivd on nslivrctofore.
THE Subs 'ribars aro just receiving their Ff
stock of . , ,
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, (U'ELNSWA&E, It , Li
Also a large assortment of Coots nnd Shoes.
Which thoy -offer at their usuully cheap rates,' (W
Cash or Merchantable Proiiueo. .,
iD.)n't forget the place.' .Amerioen House,'
Corner of Main nnd Ellsworth Street, Salem, t.'
TOMLINSON, Sfn'ATTOJf I Ci."
September 8th, ItSS.
DAfiUERRE A N C A L L ft 1 1
IS now complete ), nud ready for reception. Wt
hnvo irono to consiiloniblc expense iu fitting on, te
operate with advantage, nud with rcforoiico to tba
comfort nud couvciiieiue of those who inny favor.
us w ith a call ; in short, we aro pcrinauuntly lo
ca'.ool Our rooms urc iu tho
AMERICAN HOUSE, SALEM, 0.'
Cull and see vui. Yviti wilt nnd our reception room I
neat and comfortable ...
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Cnn lie surpassed no whoro in the Slate. Oat
CAMERA, is a powerful .quirkitvorkur.. W war
rant our work, , Likenesros of nil agci, taken urm
Liss, or no rHAnoil! Our prices range from. iO
cents, to 20 dollars. Past experience, rtllrl. present .
advantages, ennblo us to take Good Likencssc, t
very reatonable EaU. Boiug, also, posto4 In all
the recent unprovemcnts of tho art, our (tinse end
untire attention shall' lie to roudor full aaliafactioa.
Sick or deceased persons taken at their room,-'
Our motto, is EXCELSIOR. .. .... -
N. B. Persons wishing Puitores taken eta ResV
vnnised Plate, can do so without extra charge.
toy-Rivims open from 8 o'clock, A. M., until (J
P. M. Jun31st, D?eJ.