AN ABOLITIONIST TARRED AND FEATHERED. The Savannah Republican says:
"Philip McNulty, a travelling agent for a patent bedstead, hailing from Ohio, was detected last week in an attempt to decoy certain slaves of Covington to a free State. The citizens of that place rid themselves of the scamp by shearing his locks, applying a thick coat of printer's ink to his person, and then riding him on a rail to the depot, where he was allowed to depart. Served him exactly right, only a good cowhiding might have justly been added."
The National Era, June 2, 1859