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T11B ANTI-SLAVERY 1UJGLE
with lb probability hanging over liim of being imraoted m witness on tho trial of Stephen. When Massachusetts sent Hoar to South Carolina. ad Hubbnrd to Louisiana H '" 'ur ",e u"n,i roonweelth to try in the court t.T law in these State, a question uf legal riRbt-, her represent, live wero driten ignotniniously away, Bud fled like whipped pBtiicl from their master' door, od Ma-sachutctt dated tu t to protest against In icw of these fact, and other like unto them, tr. Snmuel U. Howe has no shadow of an a fur aoce that Massochusclla wuuld protect him in go ing to, and returning from the witneaa stand of a Federal Court. in Virginia to which he anticipates a eummoue. lie bus thoiefore, in order to pre serve hi owii liberty, been obliged to flee from the State which boast of it Plymouth rock, nnd an nually 'celebrate' ''Forefather Dut ;" which hit built a granite pile to commemorate the patriotism cf iboac bo fell at Bunker Hill; which esulta far it Concord and it Lington, and point to the old cradle of Liberty in which the patriot ol 'V5 rnAed the new-burn babe. Massachusetts loilds and adorns the tomb of the prophet, bat eiilo from her aoil their children, who hae caught Up the mantles ol their lathers, and proph esy of set more glorious thing. Whether Masa chueette ia unable or unwilling tn j rutect her citi- ene against Southern outrage, in a question it matter not here to deuide. If able, ah ia urwilh i ig; if willing, hc i( unable; and elavory i the cause in either caso. And what it true of Massa chusetts, i true of every other State, and must 'continue to be. o long F.'oedoM. io all it glor ious brightnea, i yoked witb the foul and lnathome, the corrupt and corrupting hag of Slavery, and compelled to drag, with her, the car of State THE REWARD OF THE THUE PATRIOT. Tbre tood to-day upon Virginia soil, a man who wa cool, daring, sincere, disinterested, truth 'ful. conscientious; a devoted lofer of liberty, ask ing guidance of God in all bie aclims, and rolying witb childlike faiib upon hie talker care. Ana ibe Commonwealth of Virginia had ho place in all it. mrViuir which it deemed fitting Kir sueb man ave the platform and the beam ut the gal low. And had Virginia inclined to forego her perogative, and handed over Osawatomie Brown to the Federal Government, the ame remark would be equally applicable. The gallows, the Ealluwa i the only place which would be assigned to the possessor of qualities whose glo.-ie make dim the glare of official position, and ahiuo as bright tar amid llw darknes of a wicked world. How utterly at variance with the principle lighteousuee must be the ine'.itutione of euch Community. How entitely have the moulder uoh a publio tenement placed darknos for light, error for ttotb, and called evil, good. Virginia fca strangled 0.awatomie Brown, but she cannot 'destroy the influence of hia noble word and brave deed. And although ebe bst nailed upon the gallows tree her official scroll, bearing the epithets of Traitor and Murderer, it ia not loft for execu tioner to wrife the epitaph of their martyr- vic tim. That duty and thai honor belong to another nd impartial genoration; and posterity may trusted to render it verdict and write it epitaph tipon John Brown, ' Oppression's baud may scatter It nettle on his tomb, And even Christian boatoma Deny bis memory room. For lying lips have tortured Ilia justice into crime, -And the slanderer shall flourish A the bay tree for a time. '"But where the South wind linger On Carolina' pines, Or fills the careless sunbeam Down Georgia's goldeu mines, Where in the Old Dominion The toiling slave ia driven, Where now a tyrant's mockery Ia offered unto heaven. "Whore Mammon hath it altar Wot o'er with huim.n blood, And pride and lust debases The workmanship of God There shall hia praise be spuken Rrdeuiod troui Falsehood' ban, When the Istiers shall he broken, And the elate shall be a man." THE LESSON OF HIS LIFE AND DEATH. The sentence of the lw has been executed upon the body of John Brow D, and hi name and his tory now belong with those oftbo myriad dead. But the hero-martjr ia t.-day one of tba lew, ''who being dead, jet speakeib;" speaketh, bj life and example; speaketh by the dear memory bas left to those bo oan npiireoiatd hia deeds benevolence, who evinriaihiaed with him in ' Bufferings, and who can now rejoice with bi.u bt triumph over death, and through death. that thi- tsent might prumiit ua to more energetic and efficient autioh io behulf of the cause that Osu . walomi Brown lived for, arid died for! God grant thai we miiy grow in anti-slaverv gr-ce, and o labor to disseminate throughout community higher and juater appreciation of the right man. that all (hall be brought to recognise 11 inanity a above and superior to Constitution, and the law of God a more binding than Legis' 1 ttive enactment 1 God grant that we may b i abled to spurn all compromise with wrong'; to bear by word and deed a testimony as faithful as Truth, and a keen as the (word of Jus tic t Hop ing, wailing, laboring for the downfall of that which bas so cursed our land and world; welcoming any change that will remova davary from our midst. "The time ia ripe, and rotten-ripe, for change; Then let it come: I have no dread of what I called for by the instinct uf mankind; Nor think 1 that God' world will fall apart, .Because we bate a parohmrnt more or less." A JOHN BROWN IN ITALY. Dr. Cbeever, in a latter from Geneva, says: "What wonders God is accomplishing by Gar ibaldi! All Europe i being stirred up. He neither more nor less lhan a John Bro-vn for with success. Success is what makes the hero, and constiiutes greatness aod virtue in men's timatiun. The end of the Popedom seems at band. I do not believe tho French Emperor will dare again to play the traitor to freedom Italy. If be does, and God still holds up Gari baldi againit him, it is all over with him. and bis throne will go down with that of Ibe Giart Grim, whom he invites to lean upon houldsrs." Break thou toe arm ef the wickad and the man; seek out his wickedness till t hua find none. Lord thou hast beard the dsire of the humble: thou will prepare their heart, thou wilt cause ear to hear: Io judge the fatherless aad the pressed, that the men of the earth may no ppre, ''Providence has made me a ACTOR, ab OLRvmiA.lVUILAn, JUHH Jil OU I'J iy'i u" mif. SALEM, OHIO. OCTOBER 0, i860. OUR MOTTO. Principle, net mn . OUR CANDIDATE, for tresideut, TRUTH. Fur n President, JUSTICE. OCR PLATFORM. Risolved, That "rigbteousnevsexaUeth a nation, while sin is a reproach to any people." CAMPAIGN SUBSCRIBERS. Suhsoriher will be received from nnw until the Presidential election at the rate ot 1 a year for the Campaign paper, provided the euhscrip lions are for a club of five or m ire. Whether the subscription is for ono week, or for the entire timi intervening between now and tho eli-otion. the price will be at the ab'ive rile. 5o please send your names and mony Joy-Proceeding of a Convention at Angola Ind., a also the proceeding uf the Cjnventiun Radical Abolitionit at Oberlin will appear next cek. A BUGLE BLAST FOR JOHN BROWN. W deem it well to commemorate the annivdr- ary of John Brown' attaok upon Harper' Ferry, which oceur tbi week; and we thought we could not do be.ter than 11 our anti-slavery column ith a brief recapitulation "of some of bis brave deeds and noble words, and recur to hi death and its lesson. It is well to "stir up the pure mind by way remembrance;" and there ie the more need of now because that many who, not a twelve month since, when they spoke the honest sentiment their hearts, commended bim for his brave devo tion to humanity, but now instigated by the hope of party success. affirm what must seem to them an atrcvM He, that he was guilty of the gravest crimes! Thus branding so far as they have Dl)er the dead with infamy, and embittering tha lives uf the stricken household he has left behind. PROPHECY BECOMING HISTORY. of be he ol his in Oh ol u en' ia in stitution the is es. in He old bis evil op . The capture and execution of Juhu Brown did put a etop to the negroe desire for freedom mani festing itself whorever there seemed to the captive oven a faint hope of liberation ; and from the Of last December up to this time, southern papers have beon filled with accounts of real or supposed in.orrpotiuns discovered just on the eve of time appointed for tha striking of the first blow Tha nroobetio warnicg at the conolusion of poem given this vrttk, "He will trouble you more than ever when you've nailed hia cuffin down," is beginning to assume a significance that the op pressor will ultimately be able to oomprehend. Among the latest insurrectionary nlurms comes one from the oounty in which Uov. Wise resides, and which occured two weeks einoe. The Kotfulk Argus, after speaking of the supposed plot, says, "Soveral negroes have been urrjstcd iu I'nuuess Anne, and their confessions (though in come cases extorted) have developed the sumo story, aud to furthr arrests. The coulession show that rising waa contemplated at Hickory Ground, Norfolk county, to-morrow (Souday) night, that the matter wa inatigaieJ by free persons soma of them free neeroes. Two arrest have been made in Norfolk City, and the trail is fully truck. "The citizen of the two counties have resorted to vigilant measure to suppress tin tile uunspi racy, and to detect all iffcnder of all colors. ive patrols have beon organized una gone work. Wo advise all suspected white persutis quit the pane 'between two auys.- uu mors- . f .... day uiuht a white named Flinn was shot de d a patrol party in Norfolk county, nn the line of Cituul. about 17 ui'iles from Portsmouth. There were several men unghged in ditching, and were camping out in that neighborhood. ''Tho place was suspected and tbeir tents visile by the patrol for a search. When the patrol pronched the tent and boiled, the man Flinn out and aimed his gon at Mr. Warner, one of puny, but belore he oould fire, he was shot hy another of the party. At the same moment uegro darted from the teut and escaped into woods. A free negro named Dick Smiih, hua shot while running from some gentlvmen were endeavoring to arrest bim for some incendi ous expression lie had used. Ten negroes s-iid to be in custody in Princess Aune, a.id two Norfolk city." The Surfulk Day Book has the fillowing! "We continue to receive information Iroui surrounding country of the mo t intense excite merit among the people. Tbey aro thoroughly aroused and generally incensed, and the lending geutlemen if the two cuuntiua have taken hold the matter with a determination to probe it to bottom. Almost all with whom we have convert ed are fully impressed witb the conviction auotber raid was on foot, or at least that an exten sive undergromd railroad scheme has been brok en up by its timely discovery. It ia a little lar that these operation ahould have commenced in the county in which Gov. Wise resides." Another statement of another insurrectionary movement, and bearing date a few day earlier, comes to u in the Jackson Wssissippian, showing that the eame cause ia there working witb same means for tbe same end. How long will lake the South to learn that Slavery must be If the masters do it peaceably, well good for them; if the slaves do it by force, upon oppressor be the esponeibility. We copy, says tbe Mississipian, from tbe Enquirer the details of an attempted negro in Wios'on county. Too much oannot be awarded the citizens of that county Ibe promptitude which they have displayed crushing the movement in the bud: Plattsburo, Winston Co., Miss. 1 October 1, 1860. J Great excitement bas prevailed in tbi plaoe surrounding djuhiry, for a few day past, in of the discovery of insurrectionary among Ibe negroes. As it appears from the mation we have been able Io gather, thai (.lots of rebellion are not confined to this immediate neighborhood, but are widely spread over whole Southern country, meeting of the citiiens of this plaoe and vicinity, on the30ib ult. , request ed tbe undersigned to make known to the through the column of your paper, tbe most portant fact oonRected with the reoently discover. of of it of oj not 2J the the led in and Ac' to to by the they a; ilio dead a the beeD who are in the uf the that may recoive timely warning, to j nnkiiiit In make c ose invrsuirn- , and provide the nrcstary mean for their . lions, (uUirt sUrw On Fridav mcrnine. tbe 20 b alt.. Mr. C Kelly chastised hi cook-woman, lor sortie ordina1 fry misdemeanor. The negro proposed to reveal an important secret Io Mr. Kelly, if be would desist He did Io, and the girl informed him that the ne groes of the whole adjacent country, in concert with certain white men, were engaged io planning and preparing fjr a general Insurrection; that poi son waa circulated among all the negrnoa of the neighborhood protuced some poison that had been given her for ihe purpore of dstrnyitg her owner and hi familv stated that Ihe time for comtaenciog action was not far distant that her own husband was well informed of the tilahs of operation and various les important fact. Mr Kelly, thinking it necessary to prevent any alarm gelling nut among the negroes, in order to make lurther investigation successful, qaickly called on me five or six responsible and (otier-ttiinking gentlemen, and with thorn visited successively, must uf the plantation in tbe neighborhood. At II these places, this company took ui neirrne and chastised thrm, without questioning ur giving them any iniimntinn what tho chastisement wa for, but leavinic H entirely to their own consi'istii'a to aim. gest it. Undsr thpse circumstances, daring the 28;h, a c nsidorat.lt) number ol ihe neuron were examined, and those that were induced to make confession; told in substance the ame story, wiih no further variations, than that some negroe were mure deeply informed of the fact of the conspire cy than other. It was confessed by ai. that there wa on foot amonz tbe negroes, in concert with aad under the guidance of certain white men, plan for the destruction of Ihe while people tbi and surrounding country, lo as great an extent as the informant were able to base any knowledg ot. ihe time ana mean tor commencing active operation in this design, waa to be on the morn ing of election day; (the general election, we sup pose,) when with Strychnine. Arsenic and various vegetable poisons, the cooks were lo poison the breakfast meal, coffee, water, &o., and thus kill a many a possible, of men, women and cbi! dren, promiscuously; after this the houiei weri to he fired, and the remaiuing male killed by pis tols, guns, knives and swords, which were to supplied by these white conspirator. he During tbe night of tbe S8th, some thirty other negroe were arrested, and examined on the day following. Those gave information corroborative of that Blready obtained having tbe same white conspirator the same time for commencing ac tion, and the same means for attaining their dc signs. We do not think proper to publish, as yet, the names of all the whites who were impeached the negroes in this matter; I ut there is one whom we feel it our bounden duty to place before the public. This is one G. Harrington, a northern man by birth and edacation, and a traveling am hrotypist by occupation came to this place some time in tbe month uf M-ty last, and during his stay of some two months, was eeon in intercourse with negroe. frequently, and at suspicious tiums and places, hot let that pas. Tbe negro infor mants unanimously a-sert that he was the ordi nal instigator of the insurrectionary movement! ut this place, and their frequent adviscl. Wo are happy to st ite that we hove heard that Harring ton is no . uuder arrest in the town of Philadel phia, and will soon be conducted to this place lur examination. In congeqoence of these troubles, a large meet ing uf the citizen took place, in this loan, on the 20 h ult., for the purpose of devising means for carrying Uicse investigations furthcr,tind providing for our luture safety. At thi meeting a vigilance committee consisting of twenty five men wa ap pointed, whose duty it is tu search for, and obtain nil facts that have occurred and not brought for ward to lixht, or may hereafter transpire, and de liver such information to a council uf twelve men, appointed for tbe purpose of receiving and dcliher- mug, and acting on said information, and all other evidenco that may come before them, having a benring on tbe recent movement. Thi council ia to meet weekly or oftener, if necessary, amne, together, and receive the reports of the vigi uince cumuiuiefl. ivnowing well that the law is ton tardy in i's course, even if it could )e effectual in us process, to obviate the dangers and punish the (.flinders in troubles of this character, the meeting unanimously committed to the council lh power of passing sentoi.ee of punihiner.t or tiiittl, ncco'ding to the evidence brought define it, on nil persons, black ur white, that may be im- pi a -bed before it of aiding or abaning in insur rectionary plan or movement, heretofore or liere- rfter, Hopibg that you will give a touch publicity these statement aa in your power, by seiid'iDK copies uf your paper to every county in tbe State and by requistiug other paper to copy, we are, yours, io., P. B Duoan, J. M. Clark, E Quarles. P. S, A friend Writing from Liuistillo, uuder a recent date, adds this postscript i Great excitement at PUusl.urg, or Fort Groul. in this oounty. One negro hung uod probably an abolition urtist, and possibly one or more of our own citisens. I do not know the pnrtioulurj. Poi son and powder among the negroes. I For the Bugle. Ibe it abol ished. and Ibe Cen tral in surrection praise for in Dd con sequence plans infor these Ihe im' Earlville, La Salle Co. Ill ,1 October, I860. J Mr. Editor : Never did these mighty pra'uies yield more abundant harvests than the present year. Eden with it Paradise product, Canaan, flowing with milk and honey, couli not have exceeded them. But otber harvests might be gathered here, more golden tban tbe waving grain, bad we but tbe right reaper. Politician uf all stripes dread us somewhat but the Iriends of humanity never waited for u more earnestly, or greeted more cordially. And there art large number who are growing tired of their politic, and are hoping for Linoolu't defeat, because they fear their disappoiutment will be greater if he is elect ed, than if he is not. Many are aorely disgusted at tbe course of Ibe lender toward Ibe noble Ilossack and Stout, who were the priooipal suffer ers in the Ottawa Slave Rescue case. I oullrd on them in their prison, at Chicago, last week, aud found them still brave of heart, and ready lo com mit the like offence again at the first opportunity. Tbey were to be released on the next day( the fines and costs, (nearly $1,700 ) having been paid by the voluntary oontributione of the indignant peo ple. The Republican party press and parly lead ers were, many of them, meaner than southern slavery's minious need be, or often are, id Ihtoase. The Chicago Demoeral, however, waa a most noble exception. Tbe editor, Col. Wenfwoftb, Dow Mayor of the oily, headid tbe tubicriptioo for the release money, with $100; and it wa probably -' ..n-.w..t ii,n .n..-, not till Linking nut from their heavily iron-barred windows. I will Cnd you th Democrat' account f a monster meeting hoi J in Metropolitan it til on the evening of their releate. It shows where the people atand in regard to the unrighteous impris onment of men for Ihe only acta of heroism that re deem our country from infamy. My private opin ion is, that thos'e prison wall would not have mod week longer, with so much virtue within them. Many other thought the same. I am still pushing tho battle westward. Our friend, A. J. Grovar, Eq , will co-operate with me till 1 cms over to Iowa. He has formerly been a fellow-snldier with me In New Eogland. He is now a lawyer in thin loWrl. Hastily but Hopefully, Parker Pn.tnuRr. The account nf the meeting Lbove-nanifid will appear next wek 1TT9 Jcne 17tu. bunker dill i 1859 OCTOBER ICTlt. HARPER'S FERRY I BARON RENFREW IN VIRGINIA. The X. V. Tribune's Riohmnnd correspondent, dntnile lb manner of tbe Prince'e that place : reception in Tbe traveller reached tbe capital of Virginia on Saturday evening, and sought at once the se clusion of their apartments, al the Ballard House. But the populace had other view. They had lain in wait fur him at the railroad depot, and bad en livened his drive to the hotel With animated ac companiment of inciherent howling, vague of purpose ; and now they demanded hi appeaiance with peremptory and persevering insolence. The Prince, however remained invisible, spite of all clamorous appeal. The next day Sunday) the seige was renowed with increased vigor. The necessary appearance of the Prince, as be emerged on hi way to church, was accepted as an ackoowl edgemont of the claims of the mob. Al tho en tianceif tho sacred edifice there was a tumult and at Ihe axil another, even more boisterous. There were no policemen, tho Chivalry seeming to scorn such a service. After leaving tho church the Prince briefly visited the Capitol, whore, the rubbl haviug followed bim and forced itself around bim, the disorder was more disgraceful than at any time before. Gentlemen who accom panied him wore jostled, and jammed, and butUd about with universal reckless disregard of decen cy. Filthy insuiis wero Sung upon the Visitors. The meanest prejudices of the meanest scum uf humanity were coarsely and viuletitly ventilated With every annoyance that vulgar imagination could invent, stopping only just short of nndi guised and physical brutality, these towns-people ol Richmond endeavored to distress their guest the guests of their own solicitation. With these disheartening (oiiditiuns, the visit to the Capitol a, of course, not long protracted. But tbe re turn to tho hotel oil-red only a partial rospite. Hero essayed invasions uf tho Prince' apart uients, ludrly Intrusive spying eye and stage whispers, meant for hearing) no loa rude, awaU I It ut . This was the way uf the whole Rich uionjl visit. This was the hearing uf tha chivol ruus Old Dominion, where peaceful dignities aud flowing illustrations ol th redoing influences ef the patriarchal sya em were to be held alluringly before the royal gate. Why, Mother of Presi dents, how lung sincri your boas'ed courtesies taught yi.ti to leave a stranger, who fur many rea sons should olaim your thoughtful feling, tu the guardianship of a ribald mob? I hope, at least that the just rebuke which came was felt. Through other parts of Virginia the royal party had design ed to travel, but, of a sudden, there came a change of terminatii-n. No more of the Old Dominion. Out of it, toon a possible. Can you imagine why? Tbe Radical Abolitionists met at Oberlin on ihe 3d inst., and nominated tbe following electoral ticket for Ohio. Elector at large. W. A. HUNTER. THOS. B. McCORMICK. 1. A. Da'row. 2. 3 4. 5. C. 7. 8. 0 O Harmon. J. D. Copeland. II. Norton. O. M. Brown. II. A. Sill. Alex. Wilson. Richard Hammond. J. D. Scott. 10. John Frost. 11. J. R. Ramie. 12. S. P. Heniy. 13. Geo. Gordon. 14. W. V. Hudson. 15. R. S. McClure. 10. J. V. Guthrie. 17. L. C. Hough. 18. Thus. Neal. 19. J. A. Tucker. 20. Oliver. Clark. 21. F. Liomis. DIED At Tedrow, Fulton Co. O., on the 25ih of Au gust, of Typhoid fever, Aon, wife of Ezra Bortoo She was one of those who telt thai love to God could best be manifested in laboring to benefit bls Humanity. In her Ceparture the slave lust a friend, and ibe cause of reform a laborer, TREASURER'S REPORT. MONEY RECEIVED AT ANNUAL MEETING. us John Gordon, $20 00 J R. 11 line. 2 Tbo. Donaldson, Wm. F. Parker, Ahigal Strawn, Zilpha Barnaby, 20.00 Lewis Carey, 10.50 J A. Howland, 1 50 Three parsons, 1 1.00 lhj Mrs. Griffing. D. Allen, 5.00 John Brown. Sophia Allen, 5.00 Owen Brown, Elisabeth Dickenson, 1. 00 Franklin Phelps, J H. Haines, 2 50 M. Dsan, Sarah llaines, 2 00 Celecia Colby, Isaac Stoke & wile. 10,00 J. M Pulsifur, liu Mrs. Foster. Smith Edwards, L. C. Todd. .50 J R. Brown. Lewis Morgan, Exra Brannin, Wm. Brook, Marsena Miller, D. T. Harriott. Chessman Miller, Mose Bishop, Augustus Case, J as. Ingrnhatn, Charles Brosius, Ashley Case, B. M. Heighten, 5 00 Rebecca Dean, 5.00 T. Sheldon. 1(10 Wm. Wa-on, 5,00 Mahlon Irwin, 5 2,50 Mary Bishop, 10 00 Humphrey Hoover, 3 3 50 Esther Brosius, ) 1.00 Elli Cope, 1.00 Ltvioia Bundt, t 1 00 Wm. Harriott, 1 .50 Amo Brosijs; 50 Jaoob Barber. John Brown, 7.00 This bould have bean acknowledged in lha port last pabliibed ainorlft the receipt of li J. MCMILLAN, Trtaturer. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE TO BUOI.E, -$150 IER AXXU.V. INVARIABLY 1 AUVAKCE.-tA HTIa Trpscott I duly aiithoriied to re- civ all minis on account of subscriptions on the Bugle. Tai Bl'olr can be oblaioed, every Friday, at lsao TreaCdtt'i Book Store on Main (treet, Salem, Ob tQrFANcks Ei.it Watkins it authorised to 0blain subscribers for IhtBvigle, and to rooeipt for any m mies paid on acennt of the papen MONEY RECEIVED AT ANNUAL MEETING. Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. GOING WEST. Fast Lint leaves Pittsburg, 1.00 a m 3 28 a m 3.54 a m 4 22 m 8.40 a m 8.15 a m 11.23 am 11.54 a m 12 45 p m 5 .40 p m 12 45 p in 3 28 p m 3.40 p m 4 25 p m 8 30 p m t t 1 Columbiana t t t Salem i : t Alliance Arrive at Cresline Mail Train Leaves Pittsburg : t : Columbia I t i Salem i : Alliance Arrives at Crestlini Eiprsss'f rain Leaves Pittsburg t i t Columbiana t i i Salem t : : Alliance Arrives at Crestline GOING EAST. 0.13 p m 10.30 p tn 11.00 p m 11 23 p m 2 15 a m. 6.45 a m 11.20 m 1154 am 12,18 p m 3.05 p m 12.45 p m 4.40 p m COO p m 5.30 p m 8.05 p m Express Train Leaves Crestline ; : Alliance : : : Salem t : Columbiana Arrivea at Pittsburgh Mail Train Leave Cristline : : Alliance I : Salom : : Columbiana Arrives at Pittsburgh Fast Train Leaves Crestline : Alliance : Salem ! : Columbiana Arrives at Pittsburgh CLEVELAND AND PITTSBURGH RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. Commencing Monday, June llht, 1860: Train leave Alliance as follows: QIIINO NOHTU. 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The work wa commenoed io June, 1859, and we can eeud it, if desired, lo new subscriber, from tbe commencement, thu giving the whole of Charles Dickens' great atory, 'A Tale of tbe Two Cities, Which wa concluded io the January No Tbe First and Second volume of 'All Ibe Year Round,' bound in aubstantial library binding, are for sale at $1.75 each, and will be eent by tbe publisher to any address, pott paid, on feceipl of the amount. EMERSON. FITCH I Co., 37 Park Row. New York FALL STYLES UF HATS AND CAPS. Just received by MARIUS R. ROBINSON, At tbe New Hat Store, North aide Main Street. Also, a good assortment of GAITER BOOTS S SHOES, For Ladie. Misses and Children. Salem. Sept. 1. 18C0. JOb WORK NEATLY EXECUTED. BLANK DEEDS, Mortgages. Judgmeoi Notes and Summons for siU st ih's nttitr BOTANIC Medicines for ."!e! The subscriber offers for tale her entire stoek of medicines, together wiih all the (Inures fi preparing tbe eame, Ether residei.ee on high street, Salem, Ohio. C. L. CHCRC1 M arth lit, 1890, WEST AND WILSON, DOUBLE TURIAD FA MIL 1 SEWING MACHINE fit ICt llllltli DOIXAKbj ALL MACHINES WAUltitit&DH OR SSl.E AT htlBlNSON'S M. R Zl A T AND CAT ST O it SALEM EXCHANGE. You will find a Good Assortment ef DRESS SILKS. BERF.AGE. CI1 ALLIES. DELANES. ORGAN DlfcS, FRENCH LAWNS AND POPLINS. A good variety of SIIAWL9, PLAIN AND EMBROIDF.BID CRAPE. (COLORED AND WIIITKt) CHANGEABLE AND BLACK SILK, Till BET. STELLA AND BROCHA. Bonnet. lists. Shaker Hood, Bonnet RibVtai Umbrellas, Pnronle, Hoop Skirt, Corset N tions of every kit 1, Straw, Soft and Silk Hat. Lisle Thread, Kid Gloves, Lao Mitt. Hosiery, READV MADE CLOTHING, AND MADE TO ORDER. TnE VERY-.BEST QUALITY OF GROCERIES AND SUGAR CURED HAMS. JACOB HEATOtf. Salem, April 27, 1860. WALL AND WINDOW PAPER A largs and well leUcttd EBiorttrivot, of Chsat- and Beautiful , , . - wall and rrtxbor papeHi Just reoeivtd at ISAAC TRESCOTT'S. Mrs. II. F. M. fiRt) WN, 288 SUPERIOR T., CLEVELAND, O. Ha for sale ECHOES OF HARPER'S FERR-- So. nun Letters, Poem and Other nlteranoef f th letdi g minds of America and Europe, oall4 o h bj John Brown' Invasion of Virginia. S!i will send it, poiag paid, on the reoeipl Of n y 14, 1S50.-U. BOARDING HOUSE. m WILLIAM STILL'S Q3entcd fioarMng Qouse. A T No. 832 South Street, below KXnlh, PHILADELPHIA, PA. PHILADELPHIA RETERNCE. Rev. Stephen SmtL. Rev. Wh. Douglas, Rev. Jacob C. White, Mr. Wh. II Rilet, Mr. Tn is. J. D ir-et, Mr. Wei. Wmrru. Anril2.-ly $2p'd. BROADWAY CLOTH & CLOTHING HOUSE, SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., Dili. sION or TOE AMERICAN PLAO.j The Ltrgest and Cheapest Clothing House lfc the country 1 Our large assurtmen tut Men's an' Boys' Clothing is all ol ouruwn make, and mao up of Good, bought directly uf the Manufacturer and Importers, and all article are Guaranteed a Represented to Ihe purchaser. Our stock of Fu niebing Goods comprises jverylhihg in the linef. Men aud Boy. We have oonstantly 00 hand a large and varied! m, ijaorlment of Seasonable Piece Goodw' of Every descrip' lion, adapted to M e n ' s a n d Boy' Wear; which we will sell by the yard, nr make up to ordar in a superior manlier. Il il well known thr.t our Cutter; Mr. Coweh etandsunsurpusied in hi profession, and thnt wt keec the best workmen to make up oor wore:.' - Our motto ia "Heady Pay Quick Sales p,nd Small Profits!" Goods received from tbe East weekly. Fa'hionB received monthly. N. B. We have opened a House at ALLIANCE, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, in tho now and elegant store-room, west end el the B ickeye II lufte where Goods can bS booth at the same law rates as at our house in Salem. We thank the Publio for their past liberal rati ronage and shall use every exortion to nlrit He continuance "d increase. II. WEEKS CO., Sign of tbe American FUf. May H. 859. FIRST ARRIVAL AT T M X VARIETY STORE. 03. fi a U it. Ilatihg beeb to the East, take pleasure In aa nouncihg to her nuiheruiis customers, and tbe pub lie generally, that she bae just returned with a inure complete and extensive stork, than ever be fore : among which will be found, White and Browa Muslins, Ginghams, Ducals, 7 ard Cballie, Mohair I laid, Madonna and Lav ill, Cloth, Striped Debt-go, Cbambray Gioghaa Lans, Marseille by tbe yard and for Trimming, Embroidered Skirting. Ir ish Linen, Bird Eye Diaper.Cor el Gear, Nankeen, Colton Tweed, Jackobet Mae lin, 8wis. Mull, Cambric, Hair Cord.Bril lianl, Indian Mulllt Book, Nainsook and Fa- ter kl.a. lin, . Bek Mutliti for Haad terchtifs, Quteni Lawn. French and Silk Elastio, Match Safi-. GFNT'S KID, 6ILK AND LiSLK TflRXA GLOVES, Lalie' Guantlet. Kid Finish. Kid and ThraaJ Glove, Mohair and Silk Mill, ilent' and Boy' Silk and Linen Handkerchief. Shirt Bosoms, Rub ber, Dressing, Neck,Pockt,Corl and Twist Comb fcrnhroiuery Suer, Wood, tel Bun and Rub her Knitting Needle. Moravian and mhroidar Cotton, Sto'loltoe. Tatting Shettles. Neltinf Nee Ilea, Suspender, Floss and Sewing Silk, Whue. Drab and Blue Cotton Yern.Silk Oil Clovn, Infant Huhhsi Cloth; Button of all kind, Ilnop Skirts and (loons. Pmlunniri, f!nriiia Kb Tie, Dree Shield. Hosiery for Oeni. Laie,n4 Children Needles, Pin, Tape Toy aad He tiun of every kind. Thankful for vast farors. w inritt turn mlt a call and examiut our nets stack, be fort purchasing isewnerc. E. E. BARR. One door West of J. McMilU.'t Beok Iter. Main Street, Salem. Ohio. April, it, IfeTrf).