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WsWsWssmsmsWsmssssWsWsssm » ft • A Two horae IVAGON, a superior article, Ai.ao—a BUGG Y, (or sale cheap by Jambs Dsckwitu. Frb.O L'SLLV dt LAINES and SHUSANS for tnW i. acrawiTir. A general auuituieut of SILKS can be foun t at the Mm < i J. BECKWITH. >^'-v» _£ N E WO HEAP STORE. AS MONEY IS SCARCE, Spend y«ur$ to the tin ativaniagr, liy purchasing UUODS at tha New t'Ur.iji Store, iu The Mechanics' HalL THE Stlbarrlbsr hatjiut arrived from New York with a iltnr- I A««>rimriit of Goods, which he will wll *» cheap aS«>i i oe hought in thit or any other city. Among hit a*>*ortm rt are, Uro-iil Cloiht, Catsimeret, Satinet*, a<wiLlater« P«*av<*r Cloihs from 69 centt to $4 per yd. A great variety of Ve*lingt. Alto, Shushan, Mutlm rle Lanes. Alpcrra Lustres, Bomhacinet, Merino*, (Jmg- ii inn, and Calient. Likewise an extensive assortment ol Silks, together with every variety of Dry Goodt. Please call and exumine the quality and prices. Columbu*, IVh. 20,1844. JAS. BECKWITH. BOARDINU. THE subscriber can accommodate young men by the werk. day, or month on reafommle terms. Also, person*traveling through our City, and wish to etop a abort time, ran be acenmmda- ttd. DAVID JKNKIN8. Feb. 20. TRAVELING AGFNT. Mr. J. S. Thompson is hereby authorized - trnAcling agent for the Palladium of Liberty o act in, or out of tho State, with the privilege of aoliciting donations as well sn subscribers. The friends of our cause will receive him wherever God in hia providenco may cast his lot. He also has power to collect all monies lue from subscribers. Also thc Kcv. W. Newmon i*t ntilhojized to act ns traveling agciin) with power to appoint assistants- MTlAtlLE CUTLERY—A Fine AMortment, f"»»al X cheap,hy JAMES BECKWITH. Noveotber 18, 1843. 1,30 9a Eo'Wi&Atf^Sfo DRUGGIST, and Dealer in Patent Medicines. Paints. Oils. DyeStuflV. (Jiaer, ttc cVc, wholesale nnd relnil. Corner of High and Broad »lrcete,TJolumlai«, Ohio. .MOHE CHEAP BOOKS, AT DERDV k ALLEN'S—Allison's History ol Europe for $ I-.Burnett's History of Reformatio*., lor two dollars an<i fifty ceots—Shakspeaie, a new edition with 23 plates—Greeley's Treatise on P.eaehinr—io Assist* r*. DERBY & ALLEN'S. stptfllNA, Glass, and Eaithen Ware, For tal • LV ■ -' JAMES BfiCKWlT November 19. I M.I. 30 THE GRAND ItALLY! There will bo a grand rally of the colored peoplo of ibis Statu for liberty and right on Wednesday thc 18th of September 1S44 otCo. lumbus. At 10 o'clock A. M. on this occasion we want to see every community represented, nnd if possible every colored mon present; the time has comu when enrh should f«_.e| it lo be a duly which he owes to himself—to his race— and to his (Jod to ruse in the magisty ofunan gered, yet unawed manhood aud contend for that which tin* inhuman citizens of this pro. fessed free Stute have deprived him. To be present al this Convention, thc teacher should leave his school—the farmer—should . Iimvo his plough—mechanic—should leave his tooll—Iho barber—should leave his chnir the laborer—should leave his work—and the Stewart should leave his lord, for they ull have rights given them by God, whicn they haVc lost by thc oppression of tyrants. ^ Cotnn if you cant read —come if you have not a nice suit of clothe*-—come if you have no money come if you have to walk! come not 1 »r Vanity or might; Come up (or LIBERTY AND RGUTI! DAVID JPA'KINS I L. If? TAYLOR. ( DAVID BURNER, } Central Committee Kcv. K. FIELDS. I J. M. CaDORZO. \ CIIKO.MK YELLOW.—HO Mi*. Chrome Yellow, (Orange nnd Lsemnn cn'nrsO of t>ie beat quality, for stle mi it.e comer of Hicli and Jlmail *'i«'p'-, Nov. 25. J B. WIlBATOW, SHOW DOTTLE.'', Tincture ir.it>*. Specie Jars, ic. &C, of all »i3<**>, for *<rle by »he mizen o^Tngle, atthe l)t\t£, Sioie uirnrr of JJij;li hih! Broad tirreia, by Oct. It. J. It. M HEATON. men rf^RrssilS—Thomson's Marsh's Hull's Common JL and Lory Pal Truth**—\ l.ir^e n«*nriment—at price* that camiottail to suit |ttiichater»~-*fiiil Inatiuctiooi , •irenfnr iheii nppiiratirui, Forsalrni the Drug Store on tebanon 1 i »• • j;;- • r i. We hnvo named a large number of gentP" ....sn for Local and Traveling Agent*. W<- will give our roasoiiM for so doing. As this paper is of a general nature, nnd for the bent lit of the colored people, lhe Committee thought i expedient to t-elect the number that will be found below, with the privilege, nt ibeirowu discretion, of ncting cither ns Local or Trar. eling Agents, and as we have proposed their names, wc hope rnrh one will net. LOCAL AGENTS. Cincinnati W W Watson, A M Sumner, W II Yancv. Hamilton. Butler co.—11 Simpson. Dayton. ().* T. Jefferson. Springfield W. Piles, Urbana*— L Adams, Chillicothe J Burnett} James Leach. Circleville W Scott. Lancaster ^3 Smith N Smith, Zanesville I. Martin II Nusum, WGasaway Hillsboro J Tailor, N Tailor. Wurrrn, Trundilc co—A Lay Stcubcnrille W renin. Newark—W Jenkins, (j W Roots Cleveland J Ma I v in, J L Watson, R D- Kenhev, Dublin S White,'jr. Xenia W Roberts. Logan County—Y). J). Day. IC Artis,jr. Mt. Vernon—O Martin. Trenton Jaffrrson ro.—J Simpson. Mt. PleaVant—Elijah Sawyer. Warren—A Moore. Gallipolis—U Bell, J Cor, Jackson—N Nukes, T Woodson. the comer of High und lirnad 5tr»*« i«. J. B. WHEATON Tl/INDO.t GLASS.—A f-.ll assortment of Win ▼ ilow Glatt, comprising all %■?.>•> born G l>y 8, to 24 Low*r hy 30 Ju»t rrceiv't and fnt'sale ai deduced price*, atthe ' cornerol II'.-,:, and Ibu.uJ fleet.. Oct. il. J. B. WHEATON. PHYSICIANS A.YD SUIIGF.OXS HAVE DE- CIDED /ATFAVOR OFSCAHPA'S OIL FOH DEAFNESS.— Sci frrijtirnt nml extr-ioiiliiiaiy have been the cures that have cnme under their observation thai roost of then now k*>rp ,t mid |ie-rnbr n for their patient* hs the only raedicine ibm ran cure. A phy<ic«an in eateutive practice in Dtdawnre t*;«* jnst s«-nt for a rtetz^n tinitlcs, .ui.! s.ij8; that Ino falhei wn<» hns been denffoi a number nf years bat been cured by using thit Oil; and that he, the Dr. shall for tie Ititurr in»e it in hit practice a he bat seen such wonderful beiirfi arcrue from its ap-s plication. For sale at lhe cmnrr of ||ith and Brnai. tfKstabj J. II. WHEATON LARGE GLASS ofsup^rioi (jualilj for pictnraframr» fitted to any tit* without extra charge, at the Drug Sioie. rorner of fligh and Btua^ streris. Feb 14. J. B. WHEATON. ARROW ROOT.-50 lbs. Berin. (warranted not to he Starch) for sal inda Arrow Rnnj j|e at lhe cnrnT Ol IL<h .,,. ■ Bmad meets. J. B. WHEATON. A two iiorsk waoo.*, of a superior quality, also a SUCOT fur sale cheap by iAUU btcKWtr1l, Culiiinhii*, Feb, *J0 Agent Wanted. THE Second Baptist Church, of this City wishes to employ a suitable person to travel as •5en!'° "0,icit ''Ooations to complete tbe burldinff ol aa,d Church. Any person well recommended, will bo employed. Address the editor of ibis paper, post paid. LADIES BONNETS* Leghorn and othe J AII £ g Hbc*wi.h. A Large assortment of Leghorn and other Hooncts for sale b/ Colnmsus, May 0. DR.S. M. SMITH'. ( Late Assistant Vhysician in the Lunatic Aiylum.) Offers bis professional servi»*.vs |0 t|,L. citizens of Colunibnw and vicinity. Ofiice, opposite the Ciy Huyne. ' jmussillon—J S Thompson. ujrnesvilh—A Harper. "a I* A I ' —/ Ol,erlin—A Joncp| Lawrr Sandy*ty A Winfieb!. MorKan county— Llojd K (iuy. Putnvm—^ Thomas. *TYrrcAa»*fe la—E. Rov, lnfatict,cIa'—s rt-Vebiler. Gms&*0. TWalkei. Madison la.—A Duncan. Indianop0!™* -t<i- •' Cj Bret ton. Detroit, Mich.—U Banks, W U Monroe. Piketon-~W Evans. Uiehmond, Itoss co. C Oslon, Sharonvillt—1> I.urus, C Smith, W Folson. Miami co. T. Anderson, It. Smith. Yanwcrtco. IL Taylor. Shelby co. II Galloway A N Ilcdinon Champaign co■%. D. Lancaster. Crawford co. A, Allen. New Albany, Ind.—(i W Cnrler, TRAVELING AGENTS. Cincinnati, Rov. C. Satchel, Rev. M. M Cbtik. Jardina, Rev, E. Cumberland, Kcv. S. Vox. Logan cs, Rev. INI T. Nusum. Htmilton. Kev. W. C Yancy. Massillon. Ucv. J. Thomas. Mt, Pleasant. Rev. W. Newmon. Jack*on en R#»v. T. Wnmlunn. Pi.nC oeoc.no mi.-ui.d, lor sala cheap, w sale and retail, by hob J. IL WHEATON. Dropgiat, Corner of High and llroad sts. WjnilE UNITED STATES L1BEIITY AL- *«**f'/Vwt,«"-l« n°w preparing and will be out Jn^Vr C° l,crmit,l1C) by *bo middle of July The United States Libcny Almanac; suited to ui »erid^"tf/ t;0,tun,bu8r Ohio. Compiled and published by W. B. Jarvis, Columbus, Uhio. All orders promptly attended to, if by letter po.st paid, addressed to tho above. Editors friendly •pleafe copy. ' ' Apprentices \\ anted. D. ic L. Jenkins, wishlo e.et one or two boys fifteen or aixteen years of ape to bom the pHHi- ting buainess. Boys of good moralj charaele will be preferred. march I6lh, 1844. BltOAD cloth**, Uaasimeres, Satmsttaaaiid Linseys, for sale cheap, by Jami:- Dhcxwitu, Cobimbua, may 0. FLANNELS—A Superior Assortment, JAMES BECKWITH Feb 18,1844. & Blanks of every description, for, sale at this Office. PALdLAIMUM OF LIBERTY ti WE HOLD THESE THUTIIS TO BE SELF EVIDENT, THAT ALL MEN ARE CREATED FREE AND EQUAL. '• VOL. I. COLUMBUS, O., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1844 NO.21. •- D. JENKINS, Editor. This paper will be pirbliahed under tho super* vision of mi Executive committee of neven per* Honri. It shall be devoted to tbu interests ofttia colored people j»enera!ly,und not to any exclusive aet nf individuals. Ail coiiiiiiuinc itions intended for the paper ni.i-t be addresacd to the Editor, post paid. Any por*:ou obtaining eipnt new subscribers, and forwarding the money lur the same ubail be entitled to *>ne o>py pratis. Terms—Tnu paper will be published weekly, at 75 cents per annum, l» bo paid invariably in udvnnce. Advertisements inserted conspicuously for one square or lea*, three hipertioni 75 cents, and each additional insertion 25 cent*. A rrasonublu discount will be made o\\ lengthy, or yearly advise wenis. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Cntumbus—D. Jenkins . Editor, L. D. Tailor E. Fields, L. Jenkina, A M. /Tailor D. Iiur- ner. For thc Palladium of Liberty. LIBERTY HYMNS. No. 1. EV A FRBKOOMITfi. L. M. -Tis (lod'n design lhat liberty J lis universal boon bhotild be, And nil with equal rights be i^lnd, Because "Ho formed them of one blood!" 'Tis hii coninianJ, through scriptures made-, ••Let ull tlr oppressed be quickly freed!" And Kboiild the tyrant justice brave, lie will by judgments free the slave I Lord! pity those who in our hind, In ibiti respect, break Thy command,— O melt their hearts, nnd may they feel As for themselves their fellows' weal! "As bound with slaves,'1 wo supplicate Thy blessing U>r ihcir mournful mute,—- Let h*pe their sot'winjjt minds incline, That Liberty must surely comt! Drive from our land the curso that binds- Lu.rhuififj so many deathless mind*,— That saps our country's energies, Aud dared tbu vongcucoof the skies! Break from iho world each galling chain Of body,aud of mind, und reign, O God, without one \oice tos.^y Thai man by birth right is not lree! The Pclks nru among tho largest slaveholders in the South. Lucius, tho brother ol James K., married a lads' who owned "JOi'D ol these chattels. James K. isulso the owner of a great number, whum ho hire* out through the slate, bargaining with tho employers for bo much a year, generally from $100 to $150; with board, clothing, and payment of the doc tor's bill. The first is positive, the others tlepcud on thc plcasuta of the employer. TEMPERANCE ADDRESS Delivered at a meeting of the Temperance Society at Circleville, by N. Smith of Lancaster, May 27. Lambs & Ua.Nrt,EUKi«i It is unnecessary for mo to .say that the cause of Temperance is one of the greatest importance in which we can engage. All who nre cup'thlc uf forming a proper judgment on »hi*i sut j et, admit its higlrclaitns. This sub ject has been so often und ably/discussed lhat I do not flatter myself with theidca of present- ing anything new, or very /original. Wn.it I shall say has no doubt heeii aanl a thousand times. ) Tho oljeci sotigliL-r6 be obtained by the Tempcrnncu Reform, is total abstinance from all intoxicating drinks. The necessary useol ardent spirits for medical,mechanical or chetu icul purposes is not prohibited by* the Temper* atice pledge. The pledge simply prohibits its use. as a beverage. I will offer somo reasons which I hope will bo conclusive, in support of ihe position lhat wo should voluntarily agree to abstain from the use of intoxicating drinks. The first and great reason which I shall of* fer is, (bat as (rati colored peoplo wc havu a character to form, and if wo wish ever lo show to ihu world that our condition is belter than that of our brethren in bondage, we must form (hat character tip .n Temperance principles. Our freedom must show itself in lhe fact lhat we are not slaves to iittctnrv^nnce. Y«»u ku*w the usserliou is frequently made by our enemies that the colored people who nre iu slavery and kept iu ignorance that they may thu more quietly submit to their wretched condition, are ••better ofT/' and consequently, more happy than wo nre. Now on what is thi*: opinion founded certain ly not upon the principle that slavery nnd ig norance are better ihan freedom and intelli. gencel But from thu fact that many of our free brethren are slaves to ardent spirits, and unwilling to improve their minds by reading and study. Nor does it exist iu the fact that the while people have no confidence in uur moral integrity and ability to discharge Ihe duties of freemen, or lhat wu have no capacity for improvement; but from thu last that u great majority of our people in somo parts of the country areud.iicted to bad habits and do nol make the necessary exertions to elevate them, selves. Thero is nothing prevuntsany colored man from being respected by ull whoso respect is worth having, but his own bad conduct und negligence. May 1 nut say that Ihu principle cause of this, is to bu adributed to intemperance which creates other bud habits and iudu ces idleness, poverty and crime. This every gentleman hero will admit, and hence it is no: necessary fur mo lo spend time in showing the pernicious eil^r. mi this particular. When we nee the ruinous eliucts of inte.n* perance upon iho souls and bodies of men, ought wu lo hesilule for a mument in regnrd to what is our duly in reference tu'lhis subject. If there is c vast,river running through the .heart o£ ouc country and spreading, out iis branches through every county and town ol every State, which would poison all that would drink of its waters^ what would you do? would you not determine never to touch it*i deadly waters? This would bu iho retolvc of every Tbis fiery river of death does flow through our Country, and il not only poisons the body ; but the soul; and ihuse whu continue lo drink it will perish forovor. Thc antidote tu this poisen is tho Tcmpci- ance pledge. Resolve never to louch, losie or handle tho accursed thing, and you are safe. Temperance is the moderate use ot lhat which is in itself good, und total abstinance from that which is evil. Every blessing of God is good, and was designed to be used with moderation; but ardent spirits are not lo bo regarded in iho lijiht of a blessing from God. Il is not found in a natural state and henco cannot be regarded as a blessingfof God, but is (he fruit of an agency which if wo should judge from iho effects it producos is infernal. Mm competent in every way to judge of its effects upon iho human sys(em, describe it asu poison, slow, but «»ure in its operation, disturbing (ho nerves and brain, reducing (ho body to (be helplessness of childhood and tho mind to idiocy. Ardent spirits also destroys the moral sentiments and chance thu entire moral character. They harden the heart and many instances might bo given where kind and affectionate fathers, who were ready lo supply all tho wants of their children- havo abandoned them tu wretchedness nnd poverty* .tu evil of such alarming magnitude ought to call forth every exertion for its suppression. All who are fiiends of good order and well withers of socioty, should not hesitate for a moment to usu their utmost endeavors to ex* terminate this evil. If n foreign enemy were to invade our land and destroy but the tenth part of|the number of our citizens, which intemperence year, ly destroys, tho wholo country would be up in arms to expel that foe. May we not eugags in this subject? are we not equally interested? May wo not. like our brethren at the batllo of Now Orleans, bear arms in defence of our country. But, thank (io.!! wo aro nut called upon to ongago iu deadly strife, the weapons of our warfare are the weapons of truth, and temperance-. Wiin them we can pull down thc strongholds of intemperence. Wo have but to resolvo and pledgo ourselves to (ho stippurt of our re. •solves, and tho battle is fought, the victory won. The true fecretof ruccess is to be found in that influen ^e which one individual exerts upon another. Every man has his influence, it may be prcat, or small; but all posnet-s some influence, and for that influence an account will bo lequircd. Wheio much has been given, of such, much will be required. Where little has been given, but little will bo required. If ono man possesses au influence over but one or two of his fellow mon, ho ought tu exercise that influence for good. He may not be addicted to habits of iuiemperenco. He may not be in the least danger of becoming, intern-
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A Two horae IVAGON, a superior article,
Ai.ao—a BUGG Y, (or sale cheap by
L'SLLV dt LAINES and SHUSANS for tnW
A general auuituieut of SILKS can be foun t at the Mm
< i J. BECKWITH.
N E WO HEAP STORE.
AS MONEY IS SCARCE, Spend y«ur$ to the tin
ativaniagr, liy purchasing UUODS at tha New
t'Ur.iji Store, iu
The Mechanics' HalL
THE Stlbarrlbsr hatjiut arrived from New York with
a iltnr- I A««>rimriit of Goods, which he will wll
*» cheap aS«>i i oe hought in thit or any other city. Among
hit a*>*ortm rt are, Uro-iil Cloiht, Catsimeret, Satinet*,