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- \ -:. ^^a'.-^fc; 1 <N m 1 *l'< . BOARDING. Feb. 20. DAVID JENKINS. THE GRAND BALLY! There will be a grand rally of tho colored peoplo of this Slate for liberty and right on Wednesday the 18th of September 1811 at Co. ■-.,« lumbus. At 10 o'clock A. M. on this occasion,,! ted. wc want to sec cvery community represented, i and if possible every colored man present; the j ~TRAVFl ING ACFNT. time has come when each should feel il to be; j, j Q Thoillp^n ia hereby nn h>rized a duty which he owes to himsclf-io his race- j lruA0,m ' nl fur ,ho ptt||Bditim of Libert) and to his God to rase in the magisty ofunan \ ^ . * ^ of|||0 S| „.*,,, „„, nrivlifge gered, yet unawed manhood and contend lor i c , .. ... that which the inhuman citizens of this pro. fessed free Slate have deprived him. To be present al this Convention, the teacher should leave his school—the farmer—should leave his plough—mechanic—should leave hi** tools—the barber—should leavo his chair— thc laborer—should leave his work —and the Stewart should leave his lord, for they alt have rights given them by God, which they have lost by the oppression of tyrants. Come if you cant read—come if you have not a r.icesuit of c'othc.^—come if you have no money come if you have to walk! come not— or Vanity or might; Come up f;r LIBERTY AND RGHTt! - ^ ■ . -***—•— i We have named a large niimlrr nf .. milE subscriber can accon.inot ate young men f u . rf »,.*,. ' fieni JL by iho werk, day, or month on rea*onMbla _:il _. ** _ !"• Ag«*»is. \\ terms. Also, perum* traveling through our City, and wish to stop a short time, can he sccniiinida* will give our reasons for so doii g. >\8 |jl( peri* of ngeneml nature, ond for tl a |„ J',-.' of the colored people, ihe Ccrrfhlttte tbcucln i expedient to telect ihe number that will I found below, wiih the privilege, oI ihcirtve discretion, of acting either as Lccnl pr Trar eling Agents, ty>d as we have proposed thur names, wu hope each one will act LOCAL AGENTS. Cincinnati W W Waist,,,, ^ M Sunn er »* II \nncv ever God in Ins providence may cast hia //, m-7/nr», Butler co.—\l Simpson lie also has power to collect all monies Dayton, () . T. Jefferson. rum will .. r'l mi.' .».. • .- i i ii .. . •»f soliciting donations as well sa subscribers The friends of our catipo will receive hi in where lot. lie aiso nas ] due from%subscribers. Springfield W. Piles*, Also ihe Rcv. IV, Newmon i* nuthojized to Urbana L Adams act as traveling agent, with power to appoint j Chillicothe J Burnett, James Lenrh ■*"•"»«••' ICircleville N 0!«»W.G S„ ,.,.„ <rP w ^^rA'Fr^ \ Lincaster S Smith N Smilh, J* 2io WJKAil^»9 \ Zanesville I 4r.i„ II Nusum, VVGatawav J Tailor, N Tailor. J 'f . »i ... Q RUG GIST, and Healer in Patent Hillshoro J Tailor, N Tailo ■^^M.-dicines, Paints, Oils. Dye Stuff* Wamn, Trvmble co—A Day *■ etc.,"wboleaale and retail, Corner o,' ■*•?*•»••*-•■ -•"- «-^ c*-_- '••I--, 6iC.. _., _..- ......... w. High and Broad street?,Columbu*, Ohio. DAVID JENKINS J.. D- TAYLOR, DAVID BURNER, itev. E FIELDS. J. M. C.4DORZO. Central Committa Agent Wan led. THE Second Baptist Church, of this City wishes to employ asuitable*«' rtou to travel a ejr/ent to solicit donations to complete the building ofsaid Church. Any persorrwdl recommended will be employed. Address the editor of tbi. pap^r, pott paid. NEW CHEAP STORE. AS MONEY IS SCARCE, Spend >n,ir* to the he. ad\antag«', by purchasing O'UODS at the Ne* C'ueap Store, in The Mechanics' Hall. THE 'ubscriner bassist arrived from New York will • General Assortnieni of Good.*, which he will sel as cheap a scan be bought in thisor any other city. Amon) his assortment *ie, Broad Cloihs, O-osiinrrt?, Stttitets. •hid Linseys. Beaver Cloths from Ocents '.n $ | peryd A great variety of Vesting*. Also*.8httshan, Muslin rt< Lines. Alpecca Lustres, Bombazines, M**iino«, Ging hams, and Calicos. Likewise an extensive assortment ol Silks, together with ereiy variety of Dry Good* Pleasi call and exumine the quality and prices. Columbus, Feb. 20, ItMl. JAS. BECKWITH. Stcvbciivilte VV taenia. .\cirark—\\ Jenkins, (j Cleveland J Alulvin, Kenney. Dublin S White, jr. ! Xenia IV Roberts. W Roots J L VVutson, CHROME YELLOW.— wu ih». Chrome* Yellnw (Orange and Lemon co'rm,} of lhe orst rjualit', U» tie at the comer of High and Ihoad streets. Now 23. J. V. WHEATON, Ci HOW BOTTLES, finctiire Buttles. Specie Jars, L°6an County— D. D.Day. K Arlis,jr. •3 &c..&e., of all sites, for sale by tliem sett m singlt, Mt. I crnon—O Martin* itthe Drug Store corner of High and Bina.l streets, hy mm. Trenton Jefirson co J Simn-nn °" l± J.P.uilKATo*N.r.w. PleasfnUfBUith Saw^? rpmssES—Thomtmn..'. aUr.i.% Hunt, i' _ Warren—A Wor-- L an ft D toore. RISSES-*>Tliom|isoii's Marsh's Hull's Comni a I 't'tossei ^ _w __ r •rices that canin.l fail to suit putchasers*— f„H inStiuctioos Jackson—N Nukes "T WnVXor, Lory Pal Tiussps—a lar-e asanrtmem—a Vallipolis--\l W Bell, J Gee i...H«ir.:ii>...! -« , .,■ r..t ».• m.. . * "t j;woforihelryppik«ti«o. For sale at the Drug Stoie on Lebanon—'V Benford .c comet of Iltgii aud B.na.l streets. u ... »«-nioru. JlassilLm—i S Tlwmpson. Ifarncsviilc—A Ilaroer. /»X_„f. .,. J. B. WHEATOX. iyINDinv GLAss.-A foil ,„or,„„,„ of Wi„ Obcrlin-AJone97r Fisher t do«rGlasf,eo,np,istngaltsixelfIoni8b,8.to24 hotter Sunduih, A \V' r? . 1 y3J iusi received aod fm auleai reduced prices at ih. \r °"n«*^*y A iVinfield. »iue,ol High aud Broad ateets. P ' 6 \^gan counfy-Uoyd E Gtrv. Oct. |J. j n iviipit/w Palatini—J Thomas. ' Tcrrchaufe Ia—E. R0v W _ y» ... J ' J- B. WHEATON'. A Two horse IVAGO.Y, a superior article ALso~a BUGGY, for sale cheap by * James Beck.vith. M>i};SLIN> LAINES MJ SHUSA3S for sa!r J. SCCKWlTir. A general assuitmedi of SILKS can be foun I atthe store Feb 20 J' ,e«w*T«* ► ROAD cloths.. Caasimerea, Satinettd and Lioseys, for aa!e cheap, by r,#%, . • James Beckwitu. Columbu;*, msy C. A GENERAL ASSORTMENT A1^ 9um,"er(-;^^.'orge.1.letnc..,«vvc.1r from Wren cents to two dollars and fifty a yard, for ,, 7 . 0 James Becewitu. Columbus, may 6. , \ iU,,,c «iiarr ineir obserrai on ihatmosiuf^theej no« keep i, .„,, ytttCttbK It fof ||ie? pnt.enti s« the o..!y medicine ii,a, r.»„ cu.e. A uhvsician n eateniire pracric. i„ Delaw.,, h.sjus, ,e„ foraC." wtdes, and ,ijBS ,1,., hi, faUlfl who has been deaf o, 1 •umbei of ywr, has been cured by using ihis O I «nn •ha, he,,he Dr. shall for ,„ fulllw luJe iu« , •"'J .,nJ X uoo v:,c" wo,"J,fful bc"d'' "■""-f«»» S5*. Cet bv M,< M ,hc C°",fr of l,J«h a"" »*»»*> Tets^ J* B. WHEATON LARGE CLASS of supeiioiqualii, for picture frames fitted to any site ui,i,nut extra charee ji.h* is Stoie, comer of Iligh aod Broad street,. * * **"* -_ _ _ J- D. W1IEATO.V. ARROW ROOT.-50 Ib7. Deimuda Arrow Roc, J- B. WHEATON. %*•**• t ,V**b and Broad slrecti. Culumbus, Feb. 20- .•AMissKCKwnu. WmoW- GUSSES-A lenoial a.iorimTntTr FebiW i'MEi BECKWITH. pLAN.VELS-A Buptiloi A.«mm. Cot. 19. 1944. JAMES BECKW' f" DR.S. M.SMITH, OiTer. Ii!e ptofe.sion.l .crvices i0 ,|,c citizen. f U. WHEATON. Drani.1 Co,nc,oniig|^^,,,f,','ge». •he Meridian o ^Culun^oh 7?'C; l?,¥?!! published by W. B. J.^&g?SS? All ordera promptly attended to ir ul\ °* A" laid, addressed to the ab.ve EdlfnS ?5 P»« eoasccopy. y e* Ld'tors friendly .. -~•—-*» Indianopnlis, Ia. J G Brcllon. Detroit, Mich.—It Banks, IV C Monroe. Piketon~-W Kvana. Richmond, Ross co. C Oston. Sharonvillc—I) Lucup, C Smilh, W Poison. Miami co. T. A^deraon, It. Smilh. Yamrcrtco. I J, Taylor. Shelby co. II Calloway A N Redinon Champaign co D. Lancastor. Crawford co. A, Allen* iYrto Albany, Ind.—G VV Cutter.. Mercer co. Rev. S Jones Licking co. V J Bailcs Madison co. C Lcwid TRAVELING AGENTS. Cincinnati, Kcv. C. Satchel, Kev. M.M Claik- ,)ardina, Rev. E. Cumberland, Rev. S. Vox. Logan c», Rev. M T. Nusum. Himillon. Rev. W. C Yancy. Massillon. Rev. J, Thomas. Mt. Pleasant. Rev. IV. Newmon. Jackson co. Rev. T. Woodson. D a, TAPPrcntices Warned fifteenor .IxteeSwm^i. g?1 ^ °r tW0 bo^ Una buaine.. f".?""^^.10 ,tttr" ««e pain- good moral characto «mrr businesa. Boys will be preferred. n-arrhl8th. 1844 . LADIES ..^.tl.JS Mat _ ' BONNE TS. Leghorn and othe James Becewith. 3/<i>ia ariaasraaa**,. Neatly executed at thcWibune Office PAL.L.ADIUM OF LIBERTY ''WE HOLD THt'.SE TBUTnS TO BE SELF EVIDENT, THAT ALL MEN AIIE CREATED FREE AND EQUAL '• VOL. I. CULUMH'.'S. O., WliUNESDAY, JULY 17, lb41 NO. 20. THE PAILftttiVM Qi UBIRTYa % I). JE.NKINS, Editor. This paper will bepublinbed under tbo super vision of an Executive committee cf seven per* 6ons. Itahnll bo devoted to the interest! of the colored people jfooerallyjOnd not to any exclucive set of individuals. All cotninunicilions intended for the paper rnti.it be add reeled to the Editor, pout paid. Any person obtaining etgiit new subscribers, and forwarding the money for the name shall be entitled to one copy gratia. Tf.rms— Tbo paper will be published weekly. at7s cents per annum, to bo paid invariably in advance. Advortiicmonte inserted conspicuously for one pqitare or \fB%, thr«e insertions 7.r> ccnte, and e«ch additional insertion *25 cente, A reason:tblu discount will be made ou lengthy, or yearly advieo incntfl. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Columbus—1). Jenkins . Editor, L. D. Tailor K. Fields, L. Jrnkina, A M. Tailor I). Bur ner L ■ ! i . ii — For the PalUidium of Liberty. LIBERTY -HYMNS. No. 5. T.Y A FIIKKDOMITE. National Celebration Hymn. Long Metre. We corr.o, O Lord, in olTor Thee, ,The humb'e wor»hip\f ibe free, Itemetii'bting ihat ihis happy Innd * And ull its woalth, are from Th) hand! We bless theo that when rruel war Assailnd, Thou went our ruling star. That cheerVJ amid the battle fruy. 0 s And led us to prospenu ! Wc lhank Thee thai, ihrouirh civil strife With party spirit sadly rilb, Thy mercy still ha* been displuyM, And through these dangers safely led! We ask Thee to keep Freedom's form Unhurt from each assailing siorm— Keep foreign evils from our shore, And make us happier than before 1 Oh may we have that righteousness Which lifts a nation to lhe skies,— k/* "And having Thee as our strong pr"p, May we advance with strength und hope! Y This hymn ought rather to be sun-; when ibis indeed shall become aT -'happy JundM— that is, entirely free!'.! CELEBRATION O F T II E FIRST DAYOF AUGUST. AT NEWARK, OHIO. There will be a celebration of the first day of August, at Newark, in commemoration of thc emancipation lhat took placo in tbo West India Uland in the )car 1834. As good dinner aa the country can atTord will be prepared for the occasion. Good speakers are expected. Come one and all. Ttckeli 50 cts per couple. LIBERTY ESSAYS. Written for the Palladium of Liberty. HY A COL' RED MAN. No. I. Mr. jBltKflfS:—I read with pleasure lhe liberty hymns, found in your paper. 1 liko she title—a tHle that pleases every true freeman in a real free country. It induces mo to call my productions ••Liberty E&ftays. This is »v hy lhe name of our paper/eerns so appropri ate to me—the "Palladium of Liberty!11—a strange thing in a atrang^ land. It has been ftuppoacd that this is^a-frec country, and thai Us freedom was obtained during the •revolutionary struggle, when our forefathers poured out their blood like wutcr in defending our rights, and it seems singular to see us Strug ••ling for ihat which some unreflectingly think wc possess. The drunken man, although he may be reeling about lhe streets, will say that he is perfectly wober when accused of intoxica tion, and, doubtless, is sincere, especiaU) when his senses have been deluded by an unu- sual s}iinnttty of anient spirits. ,Uut sometimes he swears he is not drunk from shame—when conscience is doing its convict ing work on bis mind—causing him to form n thousand excuses lo make others believe that he is not guilty, but after tl j mountain of irou hie h.is grouped, ho (•..■!.»m out l.ko thj» n*»tr:r.h which, when its head is bid in a bush thinks that is whole body is obscured from those who arc passing by. So it ia with our country. It is called •'The land of the fi ce and home of ihe bravc.M by those whose pockets are interested in giving it that blackened name, notwithstanding the} know that il is blackened by three millions of slaves within iis borders—although they know that an ctTiirt is now making to give us nine more sluve States by the annexation of Texas —although they are aware of thc fact that • he slaveholders of the south, andjtho pro sluve- ry politicians of tbu North, nre hourly declare* | ing that this land fehall not be tho Jlomc of Liberty, ami that, ra'bcr than free the slaves ihey will dissolve the Union, annex* Texas iu spite of us, raise armies, and spill the blood ol those who attempt lo interrupt their course, and. vain boast, hold out against lhe world in prolonging lhe dreadful reign of slavery—be slaves themselves to a frightful evil, and en slave others while every other part of tho world may be completely free!!! Yet, those people drunk with their own foolishness, believe thai ihey ore patterns for every body else—thut ihey ore correct and walking uprightly. They delude themselves—liko the ostrich with its head in lhe bush,—-with their vain excimcs and false arguments they hide themselves from their own eyee, and sometimes are deluded as to think that others cannot see their guilt and the evila of al'.very. Thank God, the pure principles ol Freedom are beginning to prevail and even foreign nations are pointing out those errors which some havo been long trying to reraove. *• For the Palladium of Liberty. Mr. Editor:—Seeing a letter in the Palladium, which was written by Mr. W. II. Yancy against tho evils of the times, by taking up a lamentation against Sectarianism, or its influ* ence, as it is now everted among thc colored people in thc State of Ohio; in which he accuses them of being thc cause of many evils, by their indiscretion. When reading it 1 was compelled lo confess that the accusation was true. Though I am not quite so partial as tho wriier appears to be, in his admission, for while thai, the influence of sectarianism when managed by the dictation of prejudice, envy and ill will, can, and will produce the moi* hateful cflects of any other influence in tho world lhat can be set to work among mankind. I am not willing to admit that all those sects at at the present day, that are calliug themselves churches, arc in reality, the churches of God; and daily observations shows thc fact so plain ihat lhe traveler, the wayfaring man, though not a fool, shnll not err if he will but read tho word of God for himself. This being the case Mr. Editor, thc proverb still remains true* which is this: "that sickly animals have de* scendenfs just like themselves;" therefore, wo may take it for granted, '^that all the evils that ao contaminate society, arc oy tno exoria* tions of bad men, whether ihey are in church or out, they will do evil; not enly» themselves, but to others Therefore, it makes it immaterial what they cnll themselves, their intentions are the very same, or even what others may call ihem, is no difference; but what we should look at is, thc mans own character; this is tho criterion and no other, for when Jacob called himself Esau, Gensis, 19 chapter, V!7ih verse, did that make him Esau? no, he was Jacob still, and he only wanted to go by that name, that ho might obtain thc blessing and then he was/salisfled, Sj it is wiih many who cull themselves Esau, compar* ativety. nnd put on his garment and appear before lhe blessed multitude in that dress until they have got their money, and away ihey go Jacob like; but if the multitude should bo strict and enquire as haac did, when he wa3 blind and say, "Is this Esau,11 they answer yes, and make uso ot all the means they can t0 make them believe a lie, and givo them the blessing, or their money, which is the samo :hing. And what can we expect from such characters as these? what can wo look for from those who pretend that they are friends only for the sake of money, for when they aro opposed they circulate error to affect the oh. jects and will scatter fire brands, arrows and • death through thc whole community, by agents ■ i i ' ui • •
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