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Letter from Pennsylvania.
Washington, tp., Butler Co., Tn. )
Sep. 7th, 1852. J
Friend Mabics : I find I am cast on the bar
ton mountiini of Dutlct Co., Ta.. where Prea.
bytcrianiam, Methodism, and all the other lama
nd Itca, worship the God of Sect on Sunday,
. and the Ood of Pierce and Scott, and tho Bal
timore platforms on all tho other days of the
week. They devote six days to tho God of
Poltics, one to the God of Sect, and nono to
the God of Humanity and Justice. Therefore
I feel constrained to rebuke such tyranny and
' hypocrlcy, and thanks be to tho Author of our
being, there still are e few tried souls who are
vrU'Ung to apeak out in behalf of humanity,
nd that in tho Very faco of the Baltimore plat
, forms, with their gag resolutions. But In But
ler County they are few and for between,
it any wonder, Mr. Editor, that we havo such a
tate of things, when we consider the astonish
' tng Ignorance among tho pcoplo on tho subject
Of American Slavery
Sometime In May last, I had an appointment
at Milleratown In this Co., for an Antl-Slavcry
lecture. I went and found a good congregation
in, and out of the liouso. I commenced by
presenting some of the multiplied wrongs of
the slave by fastening tho responsibility of lis
continuance upon those who sustain tho Gov
ernment and vote under the constitution, and I
triod to show the remedy, I. e. Distention, of our
Union with slaveholders. When I concluded
my remarks, several citisens of the villtigo and
vicinity who had been Democrats and members
of church for twenty or thirty years, came to
. my friend Orbison, and interrogated him in
such wsy as evidently to show that they did
not so much ss know that such, a thing as baby
stealing and women-whipping existed in this
country anywhore. Mr. Eiitor, such men aro
fully prepared to be gulled into anything by
. their party leaders. And as their party leaders
. are the worshiper of the God of Politics and
- Sect, their dupes (for whom they think), aro
neeesarily worshiport cf the same Idol.
Some time in July.lust, I moved to this place,
'and found the Sects slumbering at their posts,
.there being none to molest or rarke them afraid.
But there happened to bo a Methodist priest in
North Washington, a former accquaintaflcc, he
immediately gavo his dupes tho watch-word,
and as they had nothing new, they started the
oia cry xnnuci, ana in oruer to navo it pro
pcrly circulated, they sent out their ropre
sentatives in tho shape of a few old women, who
went about the country every day warning
the people not to go out and hear the infidel.
But notwithstanding the rxiitence of the mighty
sngino of fulshood (called Methodism), I ven
tured to msko an apointment. The people
earoo out and w e had a very good meeting.
we have held another meeting aince, and with
the same success.
Truth will always havo its influence, and all
we want is a faithful mn to proclaim it, and
good will be done. Could not Pillsbury, Scl
by, Walker, or some of our friends spend a
wreck among us in tho full. True I can prom
iao them nothing in pecuniary point of view
with certainty, but if any of them should come
we will do tho best we can ; and it may open
the way for future oppcrations.
Letter from Pennsylvania. L. SHOTTS.
Appointments for Messrs. Walker and Selby.
l-lll nil? .........o ..u. ... vi i a ..u..ww .w
lilnu .liJ nl.Mua fttf 1 1 1 ii illlu,!lina il I l.n.a
agents, ana mane arrangements accordingly.
Their visit will also aflbrd un excellent op
portunity to subscribe, or my fur tl.e paper
and to contribute to thu funds of the Society.
The Ciddino's Festival. Wo ore (old
that this meeting on tliu ltitli went off grand
ly as it should have done. We i.itended to
hove been present, but found it impossible
If congressiuiiul representative ever deserved
suuli honor at the luinils of liis coiiHliluents
for heroism und fidelity, Mr. (jiddings is the
man, and we rejoice (lint ho received it.
Messrs. Utile, Cliuse, Giddings, nnil Wude
addressed the iuimoiise usscmbly.
Remember Messrs. Vntighn ond Spending
are to be at New Libliou on Saturday. Tliey
are among the atongest and most eloquent
champions of Free Democracy in the West.
Turn out in crowds to hear them.
Hon. Eben Newton.
The National Intelligencer roporta the fol
lowing as having occurred in the House of
- Mr. Jones of Tennessee I understand
the gentleman to say liiut he would go with
the Freeeoilers, wherever that party should
go.' Am I correct?
" Mr. Newton You are correct.
"Mr. Jones I oak the genileninn if he is
tiot supporter of Uen, Scott ?
Mr. Newtoti 1 am not."
The gentleman has since changed his
mind, aud was here in Bulem lust week to
moke a declaration of his fuith in General
Scott, and to persuade free Boilers to make
the like declaration. We understand Mr.
Newton is figuring with the intention of de
feating Mr. Giddings. Very likely. For ac
cording to the best of his ability, he will side
with saint or sinner as will best serve bis in
terest. Ravenna Sta We are glad to see this
excellent paper prosperous. It appears en
larged and improved. .
BnaiT Rappinos. Our friend who sends
M long communication in regard to this
subject, must excuse us for declining it. We
"are so much crowded with important euti
Javery natter, we hare no room.
The following was received Inst week, but
to late for insertion.
Friexo Mark s: I apprehend a fnlso iin
pression is abroad in relntion to some of tin
Free Soilers in and about Columbiana, pro
duccd by the account given by P. Pillsbury
of his meetings in this place. I presume
his conclusions were drawn iu part, from
what I said to him in reference to their
words and actions, previous to and at th
time of the meeting. A portion of them
have since said, their appartnl pro-slavery
was only a jest, lie this as it may, I ac
knowledge that I supposed it earncst,nnd oth
ers mine to the seine conclusion, as to the
allegation that some of the Free Boilers had
used their Influence to keep us out of the
meeting house. I know of no instance of
the kind unless it was through their appartn
opposition to the meetings. 1 write this in
justice to all, well knowing that no designed
misrepresentation has been made.
Thine for fuir ptny,
L. HOLMES. Columbiana, 9th mo., 14th, 1852.
Free Soil Meetings.
Ji-Dor. Spaui dino and J. C Yauo, are
advertised to speak at NF.W Lis RON, on
Saturday the 25lh hint.
VAua.t win spoilt in salu.M on
Saturday evening, and Sunday afternoon, the
!io and 'ii,U of Sept.
JOHN P. HALE.,
Will speak at RAVENNA, Sept. 28th.
At CANFIELD, Sept. 29th.
At CANFIELD, Sept. 29th. At ORWELL, Sept. 30th.
J. W. Walker and J.
F. Sclby will speak
at the following pluccs.
" 2! I,
Snl. & Sun.
S.it. &Suu. "
Meetings may be appointed iifternoon and
evening of each day, if the friends think
GENERAL SCOTT, Passed throngl
here on Monday. A multitude met him at
the Depot, some us friends, heartily to greet
un, but a grentcr number only to stare upon
him. He showed himself very complacently
to thu multitude, and very briefly thanked
them for their kind reception.
New Coal Cooking Stove.
Messrs. Snider and Woodruff of this place
have just got up what seems to us an excel-
cut pattern of a coal cooking Stove. Mrs.
Hudson who has used one fur some time
past, in cooking for our Dugle printers, re
commends it in the highest terms. It is
economical of fuel, boils rapidly and bakes
thoroughly nud evenly. The cooking uton-
Is aro set in cast iron basins, which prevon t
cm being blackened by the soot. Those w ho
want a coul stove will wo think be pleased
Died, at Butlervillc, Jcnnnings Co., Indiana,
Sept, fith, IsitAKL Wiiitk, rccon'.ly of Berlin,
Mahoning Co., O. llo died suddenly, fur from
his fumily and homo. His disease was cholera
morbus. Ho was a hearty friend of freedom
nd other radical reforms of tho day. Though ho
closed his carreer among strangers, ho received
from them tho kindest sympathy and attention.
And with them his lifo ebbed quietly aud peace
Caiiuyino out tub Platpohm. The Mil-
aukce Democrat has the following t
The Editor of tho Sparta Journal a paper
publiahod in southern Illinois was mobbed by
gang of rowdies, on tha evening of the 13th
mat., because be was guilty of publishing a
Free Soil paper and being a friend of human
ity. He was rescuod from tho hands of the
villians, after having bia head acvorcly bruised
by a brick bat, by tho interference of sovcrul
order-loving citizens, one of whom was paid off
for his interference, by having his houso assail
ed with brick bats, by tho same Mob on tho
Olo Dull, the Norwegian Violinist has
purchased one hundred nud twenty thousand
ucich of land iu Potter Co. Ph., to be settled
by a colony of his countrymen. Tho
Pubt Office depurtmclit is about to issue
stomped envelopes. A good idea.
The business part of ltuvennn was visited
lust week by a serious conllogrotion. Loss
from 50,000 to 175,000. The receipts
at the State fuir were 13,000. The
receipts of the New York State Fuir, were
only 8,000. Daniel Webster and G.
U. Duncan, have sued the city of New Or
leans lor 50,000, their fees for the defence
of the city iu tha celebrated ease of Mrs.
Guinea. . Dissatisfaction and arrests
continue in Huvona. Prentice of the
Louisville Journal, bus been nominated for
congress. Charles Durkee of Wiscon
sin, has also been nominated for re-election
to congress. L. A. Hine is Ibe Free
Soil candidate In Cincinnati.
Jerry Rescue Celebration!
AT SYRACUSE, OCTOBER, 1, 1852.
Tho Fin st Akmversait of the Rescue of
the man Jerry, nt Syracuse, on the 1st day
of October, lA'il, from the custody of Offi
cial Kidnnppers, is to bo celebrated. That
net, was the trumpet tienl to tho Sons
ilierty throughout the world. It -was n
act, winch, springing from sacred veneration
for Low, defeated the blasphemous attempt
of thii nation to " exalt itself above nil that
called God. It was an act, w hether re-
carded as a vindication of the unchangeable
laws of Justice and Humanity, or in its con-1
sequenres to the causo of Human Rights, the
sublime in American History. It was
the heroism of the Right. It stirred the
heart., and quickened the pulse, of the
friends of Freedom throughout America;
and it is fitting that it should be r-o.nmomo'
rated, in congratulations, in rejoicings, in
exultation, iu argument and eloquence and
song. It is fitting that the 1st day of Octo-
her ho mndo a Festal day in the calender of
r rceilom, so long as in Americn is denied to
one human being the exercise of those
Rights whirl, are the free gift of the Al-
milfhly father of us nil. It stumped forever
w ith reprobation and with execration, the
ntheiMirul and pirntienl doctrine, that Rob-
liery of man's Inalienable Rights, can bo
l.aw. J o tlio nntruirrd American Have to
the oppressed Hungarian to the disfnin
. - ' .
clused Sons of Erin to tha victims of
Might against Richt of all lands nud nil
climes, it is die Slur of Hope. It is a glori
ous harbinger of " Pence on earth and good
win to iiinn lor there is creatness. and
i.e.. ,l i ,l .I,. .,. I
no in iiiem. It was the liohl and tirui'ticii
assertion of the Truth on which the political
redemption of mankind rests that KonBr nr
can not re Law. Insensible, indeed, to nil
that iiinkes humanity clorinus lo all lli.it
links Man to the Divinity would the nennlo
of New York be, were llicy to sufler one
uiiiivenMiry oi mis mighty event an event
whoso consequences no intellect enn com-
puto to pass by without sueli a commemo
ration as the great hearts which have sworn
eternal fidelity on the nltnr of Freedom, alone
can give. Such beyond pcrmlventiire, this
Celebration will bo. Hy direction, we issue
this Cull, as a resiionse to the deep and irre
pressible feeling in the minds of thousands
upon Ihuusuuds of the men and women of
Arrangements will bo made, befitting the
august occasion. John P. iih (ierrit
Sinilh, Lucreiia Molt, Win. Lloyd Garrison,
Joshua R. Giddings, Frederick Douglass,
Ernestine L. Rose, are among thu uohle
names of those whose eloquent tongues will
minister to this "lirnst of reusnu and flow of
soul.' Others, as beard from, will bo an
nounced. If possible, the Ohio Tent w ill lie nlilnin.
ed, which will shelter 5000 persons. In unv
event, tho best possible preparations will lie
nindej well knowing thut, if need bo, the
descendants of tho men who nmiked their
pnlliway over thu frozen enrth of Valley
orgo with their blood, for Indeiieinleiiee.
can, for one tiny, sutler thu inconvenience ol
nil "Oetoher bllll." Ill coilimimtnrntiiin n
practical illustration of the immortal prin-
iiiles of the Declaration on which that In.
dependence wus won. Americana dwell
with just and exultant pride n the fiirt llial
cargoes of teu were consigned to lloslou
Harbor, in defiiiiico of mid t deirrailn
statute in conflict with their subsequent Dec
Inrulion of Independence. We now invite
the descendants of those heroic men, to the
Celebration of an act, w hich, iu its viudica-
inn ol the eternal principles of Riirht. as fiir
transcends that uohlo deed, as Man is more
vnluable than tea. Then, Come One ! Come
All! to this Jubilee of Liberty, with joyful
hearts, filled with praise and gratitude to the
nver oi an goon, that the heroic nud beaii
il'ul Spirit ol Freedom is not vet dead in thu
hearts of the Americun People.
brRAttsE, September 13, ItiSi.
W. L. CRANDAL,
win lliu.im, COMMITTKf.
iUU.UA3 U. WHITE,
To the Teachers of Columblana, County.
Another opportunity is nfTorded you of
meeting in the capacity of a Tenchers' In
stitute. The town of Wullsvillu lias been
selected as tho place of holding thu Insti
tute, and tha 4th of Oct., the time for its
commencement. The services of Lorinu
AiiilrouR, a popular instructor nud distin-
giiislicd friend of Educution, havo been se
cured for the occasion. The citizens of
Wellsvillu havo freely opened their houses
for your reception, und invite you to come.
The opportunity is one which, from various, i
iluui and weighty conuiderations, wo think
every teacher, male end female, should ea
gerly embrace. Teachers iu other counties
our noble State, turn out by scores and
hundreds, to these pleasant meetings for
improvement j thereby demonstrating that
with them " the cause of education is on
ward." Teachers of Columbiana County,
will you manifest less desire for improve
ment iu the calling you have chosen, or less
interest in the rausu of education than your
iieighhois? We know you will not. A
commendable pride for the reputation of
our county, a luudiiblu desire to excel in
vocation, and a lively sense of your
high responsibilities as teachers, ossuro us
ut you will bo present at thu institute.
T. G. Huston,
S. L. Wadswortii,
Board of School Examiners.
NEW LINBON, Sept. 13th, 1852.
Mii.to SuTLirr, of Trumbull County
has been nominated for the Supiciiio bench,
the I ree Democracy.
The Buckevc State Is the name of a
new Whig puper started iu New Lisbon.
Edited by Mr. Hartshorn, a quondam Free
(E7 Secretary Corwiu has tendered his
Letter from Hon. John P. Hale.
DOVER, N. H. Sept. 6, 1852.
, ,he attention of any one, on thot subject. Tho
decision, which I then announced, was not only
, in accordance with my own tasto and judge
is m, u,,, ,. - .
T'l 1 pursuance of the earnest
Jnd -rated request of thoso whoso wishes
' 1 'clt bound to respect, vis., my v.lfo and ehil
most . d'on. I had supposed snd hoped, after that
' letter was written, that tho close of my present
tcrm of icrvico ,n lll9 Sonato would cIo,8 f
.... , . ..... ,
I m VUlceX e"etT' nd th,t brlpf P0"
t,oa which WM ,0 "P"6 between the prwent
,1,at might not be disturbed by any
attempt ou the part of my friends to introduco
my name into the contests snd struggles of a
... u .i .
. , t" mcmbc of ln' Convent.on, with
i ,inS'f unanimity, havo judged differently.
ut'b being the case, and the friends with whom
I sympathze, having determined that tho great
interest of Civil snd Constitutional Libcrtv mav
Mv Deau Sib : When I wroto to my friend,
G. G. Fog?, Esq., of Concord, prior to the
Pittsburgh Convention, declining in anticipation
. 1 1
any nomination by that body, I supposed that I
uld not h
avo occasion again to trrsspass on
i. i ...i i. , .. .
I w Wat i'iu iiuil'u ij v cdiirnn uinrrnni irnm r ?.nr
indicated by myself, I havo not felt at liberty,
under the peculiar circumstances of tho occa
sion, to set up my own opinions in direct oppo
sition to aueh an expression of my friends. I
incrctoro yiclil my own wishes and opinions to
I ,,10H0 or n'y ! 'us assent to what
has been dor.e, notwithstanding my previous
refusal to consent that it might bo done. I
wish also to say to you, and through you to
that portion of tho publio who may feel any
interest in tho matter, that to tho inquiries
which may bo mndo of me, as to what rr.y
opinions aro on va.ious subjects, I have no an
swer to make. I supposo that those who nom
inated trio did it from a conviction of what I
would do, founded on a knowledge of what I
had done, rather than any facility I might be
supposed to possess in making pledges and
promises for the future. But if I were ever ao
much disposed to enter the lists, and contend
with thoso who deal in promises and pledges,
and proffcasions of Sdclity to the cause we es
pouse, I could hardly hope to como up to tho
standard of those, mndo by men prominent in
our rank four years ago, but which havo been
since forgotten and trampled upon by thosu who
mado them, in their hot hosto to enrol them
selves under a banner on which are inscribed
sentiments and principles seven fold mcro odi
ous and abominabla than thoso against which
they havo revolted,
JOHN P. HALE.
Hon. Hr.xitT Wtuox, President of tho Free
Dcmoi ruiic National Convention.
Thadcus Stephen', in a luto speech in Con
gress, soys j
What authority ia there in this Government
to mako a law final or irrrptalabht Who has
tho power to make an act of tho National Leg
islature not only equal to, but superior to the
Constitution I Any attempt to enforce such a
doctrine is arbitrary and despotic. Tho efforts
which have bcon lately mado by members of
Congress, and high ofllccra of tho Government,
to parol j so tho freo action of Congress, and to
overawe and intiiniduto public opinion, is un
constitutional, and destructive of every clement
of free Jo m. This movement of tlieso gentle
men is but another march in the same direction.
Whoncvcr any Executive or nny statesman shall
command tho pcoplo not to think, or not to ut
ter his thoughts, and it docs not cost him hU
political life, I ahull trcmblo for the liberties o
the nation. Whenever a political party attempt
It, it deserves to die. Whoever whether in
dividual or Government, or party uttcinpta to
enl'.ireo such principles, U as dctcstuUc a tyrant
as the K'.ng of Dahomy, tho gates of whoso
lit), ami tho portals of whose pnluco arc garn
ished with tho hidcou heads and eyeless skulls
of slaughtered slnvcs ! Sir, this attrocious at
tempt must fail in this country, You may im
prison tho wind, you may chuin tho forked
lightning, but you cannot bind tho free utter
anco of a nation of freemen.
The Methodist Church.
The Northern Branch of this Church is in
a state of agitation upon tho slavery question.
In tho New England, Black ltiver ond Oneida
Conferences, great dissatisfaction is manifested
in view of tho courso pursued by the but Gen
eral Conference, in stifling disccusslon and re
fusing to take any action for the expurgation of
tho Church. Dr. Bond, Editor of tho central
Organ of Methodism, finds it impossible to keep
tho other church papers silent. Some of thorn
to ill talk and discuss in a mannor which ho
deems wholy incompatible with tho peace of
that branch of our American Zion and what
ia worse, the old arguments with which ho was
formerly wont to keep them quiet ho now plica
with no visible effect, unless it bo to provoko
further controversy. Tho Doctor is an adroit
tactician, but young Methodism is getting ahead
of him and beginning to laugh at his old
charms and opiates. The youngster insists that
tho attempt of tho Church to maintain an anti
slavery reputation whilo sho affords a cosy
shelter to tho slaveholders, is as absurd as it
would bo for a man to try to rido two horses, each
of which is going in an oppoito direction from
tho other. Tho doctor, on tho other hand,
thinks the thing hat been done, and don't sco
why it can't be done again. We shall watch
tho combatants, and aeo what comas of their
warfare fa. Frteman.
The Whigs have triumphed in Maine,
though they have fuiled to elect a governor.
The same is also true of Vermont.
John P. Hale.
John P. Halo w ill Sienk In Wellington,
October first, and nt Elyria, Oclolier, second.
Hear this in mind, friends, and lei the word
be circulated fiir and near.
Receipts The Bugle for the week ending
I Mary E. Adams, flcio,
Jnslitin t-ope, t olerr.m,
Joel llenrni k, M.irboro,
T. Price, New liiiliimnrc,
John Triiip, IT. Sandusky,
Ann P. Hoover, Croton,
Columbiana County Teachers' Institute.
The second session of tho Columbiana Co.,
Teaehcra' Instituto will be held in tho town of
WELI.SVILLE, to commence on tho 4th of
October next, and continue ono week.
Tho services of LOllIN ANDREWS, Agent
of tho Stato Teachers' Association havo been
secured for the occasion, ond ho will bo assisted
by othes experienced Teachers. Tho evening",
during the session of tho Institute, will bo de
voted to Lectures on Sjiontillc ond other inter
esting subjects, and also to the dicusinn of
questions connected w ith the Practical Business
Female teachers will bo boarded in private
families free of charge; malo teachers at the
usual rates for permanent boarders. Arrange
ments will be mado with tho Railroad compa
nies to carry teachers to and from tho Instituto
at half price. As a means of defraying the
expenses of tho Imtituto it ia propoed that
each male teacher pay $1, and each female 0
Fkli.ow Teaciihiis, will you not heartily res
pond to this call by turning out en mail to tho
Instituto Ity so doing you w ill make another
effort to clcvnto tho standard of teaching in our
county. Our neighbors in adjacent counties aro
selling us s nob'.o example. Shall wo allow
ourselves to be distanced in the race for excel
lence? Lotus fed tho moral dignity of our
calling, and tho responsibilities devolving upon
us in tho formation of tho habits, feelings, and
action of tho children and youth of tho coun
try. It is a high privilege to labor and make
sacrifices for tho causo of education n ramf
ultimately connected triVA tfie happiucu of imlii i
iluals and tocicty. Let us meet, become acquain
ted, impart and receive counsel ; and encourage
each other's hearts, that w hen w o return to our
respective fields of labor wo may be better re
pared to moot the duties and responsibilities of
WM. Mcf.I.ATN, )
J. MAKK1IAM, Com.ofA,rans.
New Lisbon, Sept. 1852.
PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE.
THE subscriber would respectfully announce
tnat this institution will coinmenco its next
term w ith still greater advantages llian ever be
fore offered ; ou Monday tho ltith of October
Tho design is as heretofore, to ronder tho
course of study useful, attractive, interesting
and practical ; to this or.d ho will endeavor to
illustruto and as fur as possiblo demonstrate
b'.udouts desirous of availing themselves of a
thorough course of instruction, will hero find
tho requisites far speedily acnuirinc a knowl
edge of tho sciences in all its branches.
Among the means at command for demonstra
ting may be found a flno FRENCH OUSTET
K1CAL MANIKIN, Skeletons, wet and dried
preparations, I.ifr Sizru and hundreds of other
Anatomical Plates. A collection of mnl ap
proved colored plates illuitrutivo of Medical
Botany and Patuolooy. A well selected
Modem Library with numerous illustrations,
containing works on all tho various branches,
and a splendid as well as an extencivo
CABINET OF CASTS.
Purchased r.t groat expense, though aurp using
fur any thing of a like character in the S ale, it
not in tho Country, to bo found in poiscs.ion of
any privnto l'hysioian or Institution. Alto
gether affording an opportunity rf no ordinary
character for Uentlemcn and Lidics for acqui
ring a thorough Practical knowledge of Anato
my und Physiology or tho Science of M xlicinc.
And to make tho courac still moro useful und
attractive, has just effected an arrangement
with Mr. Alfuhd llnr.iutoox, whoso tcuching
talent is of the highest order, to teach tho ole
mcnlsof Philosophy and Cuhmistuy, by which
tho cluss may havo access to his cxtonsive and
splendid apparatus, ono of tho best in tho Stato.
In ull tho above oourso important assistanco
will bo afforded and a gonarul oversight of the
Lidiea department rendered by Mrs. E. L.
i ho mas.
No applicant will be reeoived on any other
terms than by tho best Medical Schools, in point
of attainments and moral character.
TEUM3 of studies with daily recitation, for
a full courso is three years, including two cour
ses of Lectures. That for Anatomy, Physiolo
gy and Hygicn, six months, preparatory to lec
turing. Students to tho latter turr.Uhing their
own text books.
Tuition ono hundred dollars for tho first.
Thirty dollars for the latter courso.
Good and convenient boarding may be pro
cured at $1,12 to l.ou per week. Iritis Is cnin
bincd cheapness with raro and extensive on per.
tunnies tor knowledge, making this a plueo
doubly dcsirablo rs it at ouco places it within
the means ot almost all.
Further information and satisfactory rcfercn
ces given by addressing tho subscriber.
K. G. THOMAS, M. D.
Marlboro, September, 1862.
Pit. C. PEAUSO.V,
II o ii u: O P A T 1 1 1 S T ,
A VINO permanently located In Sulem,
would respectfully announce to tho l'ubiio
that ho is prepared to treat ilomcropaimcully all
diseases, whether Chronic, or Aeuto. llo gives
a goneral invitation to all, and rlattors himself
ho can render goneral satisfaction.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, on Maim Bt.
OPPOSITB TUB PoST-OfFICS,
May IS, 1832.
DAVIS' IIARMONIA, VOLUME 3.
WATEU CURE ENCYCLOPAEDIA.
Can bo had at the " Cheap Book-Store."
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l'itttburgh, August 20, 1332.
Sugar Creek Falls Water
TX'SC.UtAWAS, Co., O.
THIS Institution, twelve miles south of Mas.
sillon, on tha road from Wooster to New
Philudolphiu, 11 miles west of the latter place,
and Is accessible by stagca daily from all tha
abovo places. It is supplied with very
Soft Pure Spring Water,
conducted to the Cure, from the neighboring
hills, In Stove l'ipet. It is under charge, of Dr.
II. FRE.VSE, and conducted on pure Hydro
pathic principles. Our business ia to take ilruga
out of the system, and not put them in. The
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ties, for successfully treating disease, aro not
surpassed by any other establishment in the
TERMS : In ordinary cases $3 per week,
payalilo weekly. Each patient should bring 2
comfortables, 2 ahects, 2 blunkcts, and annio
linen for bandages, or they can bo bad at the
Establishment fur )0 cts. per week. Post.
OMico address, Ih'ardorjf Mills, Tutcuratcas Co.,
Ohio. DR. JI. MtK.YSK,
EASE, j P,0"IBO1
Msy 10, a.yi.
HALKM, OHIO, Al'ltlL 20, 18S2.
MRS. C. L. CHURCH,
LATE OF THE CITY OF PITTSBURG II,
REGS loave to Inform the inhabitants of Sa
lem and vicinity that she has brought with her
lurge assortment of DOTASIC UEDICJAES
carefully prepared, in the form of Pills, Pow
ders, Tinctures, Syrups, Ointments, Salves and
Plasters, together with an assortment of erude
unprepared Medicines, which she offers for
sole on reasonable terms for cash, or aueh artU
clcs of produoe as are used in a family.
Ofic, Comer of Orii end lAmdy 8i.