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For the Bugle.
Letter from Parker Pillsbury.
LITCHFILD, Sept. 22, 1852.
My ma at
1 bar (poke two or three time of 'sto at the
special with of Free Soil men in Free Soil towns.
An Indian went once to preach. When he
same home another Indian asked him what
y paid Mm. Ho (aid nothing. Why, he
wae aaked, did'nt they pay more f He laid,
lie luppoacd the pay n as good as the preach
anyhow. Such hat been my only comfort in
lecturing to Frco Soil assemblies.
I have spoken in connection with Mr. Sclby,
In Hartford, New Lyme, and Andovcr, since my
last report besides attending with him the
convention of thrco days at Linesvillc, Pennsyl
vania. Since then, I have had meetings in Jof.
ferson and Bcrca, besides' the convention with
the Griflings, on Saturday and Sunday, at
The meeting at Linosville was all that could
have been expected. You will receive full
report from the excellent Secretaries, two of
the students from Mendvillo Seminary. They
should both Immediately consecrate thcmsclvos
to the work of humanity. I believe their Ihco
logical studies are about completed. But the
world has had full enough ol Theology, and I
think they are very much of my opinion.
While at Andovcr, an incident happened
worth mentioning. Two " rather empicloiu
looking men" passed along a mile from where we
were, enquiring for one of our friends w hom
every body knew has a couploof Fugitive Slaves
in his family. The alarm was immediately
- sounded In all directions. One man galloped a
horse all tho way seven or eight miles, to put
the slaves on their guard. The neighborhood
around them was soon in uproar, and every
man and woman was ready to fight tho bntllcs
of Freedom. It only wanted a Uorsuih, and
another Christiana Tragedy would surely have
been enacted. But tho kidnap pert in this catc
were no other than Benjamin Bown the noble
President of tho Western Anti-Slavery Society,
end our veteran friend Samuel Myers, who wero
enquiring their way olong to the Lincsvillc
Anti-Slavery Convention I I
Let kidnappers be warned. The townt all
along there, have gone into "Commitee of the
117 elt" on the Fugitivo Slavo Law. And the
Whigs and Democrats are no better than the
Our meeting at Hinckley was worthy the
place. And tha. you know, is saying a great
deal. Our excellent friend, Mrs. Orilling, ap
peared in it, for the firtt timo since tho death of
her beloved daughter. That was to tha family
meiancholy bereavement, bo fair and prom
i ieirig a flower ia seldom cut down. But her
friends view her only aa transplanted to the
garden of Paradise, there to bloom in unfuding
beauty for ever and ever. How cheering and
delightful is such a hope I and In this case,
how justly ontcrtni.icd ! and how well tho cause
. of humanity prepares u for a peaceful depar
ture. Yoursin patience and hope,
The Piety of Ohio.
One of the eolporters of the American Tract
Society, gives the following gloomy pivturo of
the state of orthodox piety in this State. One
would think that as our ministers can't rind
time from their especial avocation to plead for
ths dumb and preach deliverance to the cap
tives, they ought at least to have more enlight
ened congregations on the topics of orthodox
theology. Had some infidel aliolitionist drawn
ths picture, it would have been deemed a cara
eature. We give it on tho authority of tho N.
" Not half the peoplo have any idea of tlic
real character of tho books I offer them. When
I tell them, I have bookt of tho American
Tract Society,' they often say, ' Whnt't tho
price of (t) Whon asked if they belong to
any church, hundicdt say, 'Well, I don't
know J I used to, beforo wo moved up here ;'
. or, I've not been to meeting for so long thut I
don't know whether they have crossed olf my
time or not.' And three-fourths of their moro
enlightened and pious ncighbors.whon inquired
of concerning the spiritual condition and pros
pects of theso people, say, 'Oh, it's no uso to
go there ; they don t care anything about books;'
or, 'Iguesi they can't read -any of them'
or, they are Univorsulists ; you won't acll
anything there.' And if inquries are pressed,
the truth will coma out that they have no in
terest in the spiritual welfare of these neigh
bors, and often know but little concerning them.
Judging from personal observation, my
opinion is that not one family in six among
professors of religion, where I havo recently
labored, attend to family worship. And allow
me to add, theso are tho very pooplo w hose
teburoh organization atfrda them so many
privileges that they do not need any other
belp.' Meeting a couple of their preachers, I
handed Baxter's IU formed I'ustor to ono of
them, saying, I should he glud to supply him
with a coppy, if ho hud nono. Ho took tho
book, and drawing his glasses down very grve
ly, looking very earnestly at the title, said,
Baxters Itcfonned Pastor O lite a kind of a
novel, it it f Tho other one coming in, looked
at it a moment and threw it down, saying, W'a
have had that in our Book Concern for years.' "
Finality ik Painrsville. At the close
f sermon in Puinesvillti on the day follow
ing the Giddiugs festival, Edward Smith,
stated that there were some emigrants on
their way to Canada who needed material
id. True the law of Congress foi hade it
but ha should like to see the contribution
made publicly for their benefit. Where
upon several men, dignitaries in this part
i lho laud proving themselves worthy to be
- thought so by the act, seized their huts for
-contribution boxes, end passed round' with
jlsdcning results to the poor travellers.
American Board of Commissioners, for Foreign
This Hneiotv. the must iinwcrful and wenl-
thy, aa well aa the oldest voluntary nssocia-
linn in the country, has just held its Inst an-
niversury at Troy, N. Y. It tins its mission-
aries on every continent, embracing among
them many excellent men and women, and
in many porticnlnrs its Influences have lend-
the civilization and improvement of the
barbarous trtlM-a among whom they linve '
luWeil. Rut its nnti-slnvery Influences In 1
this country are extremi ty niul hopelessly
Its material nid is furnished
by the nr'.hodnx New F.nifhmd cottonocracy
nod their sympathisers, West and South. (
Iia affairs mo mimnged by those Now Eng- ,
Divines wlio crenlo and sustain that '
stein of public moriils which nti'horiscs
slnveholding ill the Ciirolinns nnd slave
ciiti'hiug in Massachusetts. They hold that ,
the popular w ill, nnd the law of the land is
end of oil controversy, in Boston, that
fountain of christian light nml knowledge. !
They extend the most cordial christian fin- j
ternity lo ministers and church memliere,
who niitiihihite marriage by the w holesale
w ho iirncli.e roiiciibiunuK and bnv nml aril '
the fruit of iheir ow n bodies ns slaves. Guil
ty us the patron nnd managers of the Atiier
icnli Board nro of nil this mid more, it might
he expected that they Would especially sanc
tity in their mission churches, shivery, con
cubiimf:o,pnlij:niiiy,nni! whatever other vices
the law of the laud, the customs of tho peo
plo, nnd ihe interests of their nssoriation
should demand. Their history has not dis
appointed this reasonable expectation.
The following comparison of this board
w ith the political organizations of the coun
try is from ilia Christian Press. A paper
emiueiilly devoted lo missionary enterprise,
but separate from the American Hoard, on
account ol'itb pro-sluveiy tendencies.
It ought to he known by nil who do not
desire to support ihe slave power in our be
nevolent societies, that ihe corporate members
il tin; Hoard lire hostile lo any introduction
of that subject til the meetings. The "final
Hi" doctrine with them is more conitinncd
nml complete, than it is with Ihe great South,
rrn Party composed nf what was once
called iho Whig mid Democratic parties of
ihe land. A corHirnle member residing lit tho
w esi((iiieol the large number w hich the Hoard
fleeted immediately alter our Chicago Con
vention) was nsked it'll would be possible to
get Ihe sill of slave-holding, as practised in
I lie mission churches belhre the llimrd ? His
reply whs, that the t'-iing would bo titlnrly
iniHissiblH. lie said, that it was hisnpiiiiou,
that wen u corporate member, who would
attempt to introduce the excluded subject
would be "discountenanced" kindly but
firmly " put down." So every mini must feel
w ho attends n single session hi tins Itunril.
Now, that the pliiiliiriu of Iho Southern
parly should " discountenance'' nnd " resist"
Iho ngiinlioii (if Ibis subject, is not to be
wniideied nt. Political organizations thnt
have sold themselves in the slave power,
cannot be expected to aid in expelling sin
from Ihe world ; hut that the American
Hoard lormed in to expel sin from the earth
should send a gosiel In the heathen thnt
aekiiow ledges slavery as consistent with
Christianity, seems In me (and I think il
miisl seem lo nil others, if they will think of
il,) wrong mid wicked. This policy of tho
Hoard sanctifies slavery in the eyes of tha
Indian and gives o lidse instead uf a true
religion lo Ihe heathen. Many appear to be
very much opposed lo sanctioning the exten
sion of slavery into new territory, when this
enormity is contemplated by the slate. The
Whig sidu to the great (Southern party says,
ibey votii for (Jkii'I Scon Ihe head nf Iho
army, in order to prevent the extension of
slavery. And yet many of these men pat
lonizcn Hoard that extends the gospel in new
teri uory connected w ith Ihe curse ol slavery.
1 hey will extend an evil m tbe church, Unit
ihey will not in the stale. And not only
ibis, but while, in ihe American Congress,
the subject ol slavery can bo discussed, lint'
withstanding tho resolutions of the parly,
Iho American Hoard has succeeded in ubso
lutelv excluding the consideration of this
same evil with which their churches ure im
To the Teachers of Columbiana, County.
Another opportunity is afforded you of
meeting in the capacity of a Teachers' In
stitute. The town of Wcllsvillo has been
selected ns iho place of holding tho Insli
title, and the 4 ill of Oct., the lime for Its
commencement. Tho services of Lnring
Andrews, a jinpuhir instructor nml distin
guished friend of Education, have been se
cured for the occusioii. The citizens of
WellsvillH have freely opened iheir houses
lor Jour reception, and invite you to come.
The opportunity is one which, from vurious,
plain and weighty coniiiderulions, wo think
every teacher, male and female, should ea
gerly embrace. Touchers in other counties
of our noble, Slate, turn out by scores and
by hundreds, to these pleasant meetings for
improvement ; thereby demonstrating thnt
with them " the cause of education is on
ward." Teachers of Columbiana County,
will you manifest less desire for improve
ment in the calling you have chosen, or less
interest in the cause of education than your
neighbois? We know you will not. A
commendable pride for the repiilul'::!! of
your county, a laudable desire lo excel in
your vocation, and a lively sense of your
high responsibilities as teachers, sssuro us
that you will be present nt the institute.
T. (J. Huston,
S. L. Wadsworth,
Board of School Examiner!.
NEW LISBON, Sept. 13th, 1852.
Tn r.urmnn naiHirs. ona in Now York.
and one in Boston, advocate the principles
of tho Free Democracy.
Kidnapping in Cincinnati.
lniht, if required he lined efficiently for cases
ofthiaaort. Tho wretch whose lustful eye
lind fhstetinrl upon aonie lone anil tiiiprotec
to ted mniden, white though alio might he.coulil
by nuthoriiy of thie Inw secure her transfer
across the Ohio to his den, that he might
riot upon her virturc. The law is n nppli
conservative. entile to his purpose ns to thnt of the muster
who seeks thereby to reclaim the Murkest
man ahive who ever fled from service or from
torture. Perhaps it would lie well lor ioli
limil licinns whose sympnthv is liinileil by com
sy plexion, to think of this, when they Vote
man to execute thnt luv ond to niniiituiii
il ns n finality.
The following is the account of an itnsiic
thu ccssful attempt lo kidnap n free colored boy
in that city, ns given in the True Democrat.
Tho youth Llins Wallace, wus engaged upon
lie was arrested on the wharf by Police
officer 1'llll.Lirs. ill coiiliectiuii with two
Several attempts have been marie of Inte
at kidnnliiiiiiir in Cincinnati. One of the
cases' was that of n white girl who was lured
from her home for ilin basest of purposes.
Ami here we may any this fugitive elnve lav
Keutiif ki.uis, and claimed ns a luuitive slave.
He was taken to prison nnd temporarily con
lined, preparatory to his removal across Ihe
river; loi innately, a man who saw Ihe ar
rest, gave Iho alarm to some Attorney, who
sued out ii writ of hnlieiis corpus, which was
served on the kidnappers betoio a removal
could he ( Heeled, nml they guvo him up
without coming to trial. The police olticer,
Phillips, who put himself to this iiilnmous
piece uf work, has been held to bail lor kid
napping. Wallace's claim to freedom was
n matter of public notoriety; mid, yet, it was
by o mere accident that he escaped Ihe doom
ol slavery. Had not his nrrest been wit
nessed by ono who knew him, and prompt
measures taken in his behalf, he would soon
have been beyond recovery.
The Chrisliuu Pi eft has the following
comment which are not only worthy of the
consideration of the Edilor of the Gazette to
w hom ihey are addressed, hut also of u mul
titude of others in our community w ho man
ifest a like discriminiilion in their anuthciutis
against kidnapping. In their esteem
should be hung who aids and ubels kidnap
ping in Africa while with them it is the
iraiiscciuliiiit virtue, which should be re
warded will) tho presidency in Ibis country.
KIDNAPPING BY LAW, WITHOUT LAW.
There wus a niinifcstation nf much rigid
feeling and a statement of some correct opin
ions in tbe account ol a Kidnapping case
copied Inst week from the (iazelte, of this
ciiy ; but we are amazed that writers other-
wiso Cleiir lieiuled nml logical, sliouul so
confuse themselves and others in regard to
what constitutes law. Has not a mall the
same right lo "steal n nigger" ill the city
of Cincinnati us on the const of Alricn?
oud suppose these kiduuppers had been
sticeesslul, oud luul borne their victim nway
and sold hiiu at the South, would not the
purchasers, though knowing he wus stolen,
bum had the same right id ownership ns
those who have received their negroes di
rectly or indirectly Itoui Ihe kidnappers in
Africa? Hut our policemen will not arrest
without a legal warrour. Suppose u Heel
of piratical, slave-trading ships should gath
er in an African harbor, nnd iho crews
meeting in Convention should adopt n Con
stitution authorizing and commanding Ihe
Sluve Trade, and should issue their war-
runts lor the arrest ol nil negroes who could
lie seized on shore, would not these wur
runts possess ns much niithority, would
they nut have as much ttfratity, ns any is
sued lor Ihe nrrest of negroes under n gov
ernment compact in the United Stilus?
Is not the right m each case the same."
Supposu thai while our loyal, law-abiding
Mjiceiuau wus arresting negroes by ihe au
thority of Ilia warrant, news should flash
over the wires that the, blacks hud inudu
sticeesslul iusui'ccliou, had seized upon the
L'overnnii.nl, and bail, in short become "da
luclo" Ihu iidiiiinisli'iiloi'S of tho American
government, nhd uiiolher set of warrants
should then he put into his hands, com
manding him as mi ofl'ucr under the new
government lo arrest, nod reduce to slavery,
and oiler fur sale nil the prominent w hile
citizens of Cincinnati; would he not, accor
ding to the theory, be hound in conscience
to obey this us rightful law r Would uol
pro-slavery ministers he compelled to de
clare ull this entirely legal, the uct of the
' powers that lie,' a proier legal government,
not to bo resisted, but obeyed us the ordi
nance of God; mill would they not I mi com
pelled to comfort the Mayor uud Council,
uud other eminent citizens, while toiling
under Ihe lush, by reiiiiudiiitf them Ihut
Slavery is sustained by the Hiblo, and that
holy Abraham held slaves? Would they
not piously exhort them. " Let ns many
servants as ure under the yoke." etc.?
Would not they preach a revised edition
lower-law sermons, and would not uie gov
ernment print nnd circulate them ?
An Irishman supposed to have died sud
denly near Wheeling Inst week, was de
posited ill his grave, idler which his friends
returned home leaving the sexton to fill
Ihe earth. After throwing in n few shovels
full he was alarmed by the noise of the nidi
viduul struggling in his colFm. lie procured
helji and opened it, when the man was
found to have turned on his face, and
person was still wurtn. They were howev
er unahlo lo revive him. It is supposed thut
i ho died eventual!)' of suiTocution.
Three fatal accidents occurred on tho railroads
between Pituburgb and Clcvelond on Tuesday.
A child was killed near Wclltvi.lo, and two
breakmcn, ot another locality on tho road.
Baiem Ikstitutb. Wo would direct tho at
tention of thoso who wish tho advantages of
good school this winter, to tho advertisement
ot tho Salem Institute in our paper to-day.
Mr. McClain is competent, eaperienced, and at-
The corporate authorities of Snlcm have pub
lished In tho lat Homestead, a code of laws
fir the regulation of the various offuirs of our
village. Among them are ordinances prohibit
ing the salo of Intoxicating liquors by tavern
keeper and others, and for the suppression of
TPiing nouses snd alo and beer thopt. Our
villago authority, by promulging these laws,
have tirrwl n i ,n ,1 1,n:. . .: 1
have proclaimed their own convictions,
presume they will attend to their execution.
It now depends upor the citizens of tho town
to stand by them, in this work, and suppress the
trnfflc in intoxicating drinks in our village if It
can bo done bv law and puhlio sentiment com-
hined. That there is need of this no ono can
doubt, who hat witnessed tho frequent melan
choly exhibitions upon our streets of lute.
Gerrit Smith for Congress.
CenaiT Smith has been nominated for con
gress by a mats meeting of hit congressional
district. Members form all the parties united
for this purpose. Ho tins accepted the nomi
nation and thcro is great probability of his
election, to snys tho Carson League. A grand
triumph of anti-tlavcry sentiment it will be
should Mr. Smith bo returned to congress.
Hit radical viewt of freedom have never been re
presented there, and ho would doubtless sgitato
with eftect, conn rets and tho nation. Though
ho might bo unahlo to secure, tush legislation
as wo all desire on this subject.
J. W. Walker and J. F. Selby will speak
ut tho following places.
Sinidav Oct. .1,
Sat. & Sun.
Meetings mny he appointed nflcrnonn nnd
evening of each day, if the friends think
The cholera hns raged fearfully in Poland.
1 lie INaliomil Humans Higbls
convention adjourned to meet in Cleveland.
Mrs. Editor of the Yazoo
Times, proposes to show babies with Mrs.
Swishehu of ihe Visiter. The Grand
Jury of ihu 1'. S. Court have louiul a true
bill lor niiuisbilighler against the nllicers uud
owners ol Ihe steamboat Henry Clay
Every member elect of iho Senate of Maine,
and 'hree-fourths of tha House ure support
ers of Iho Maine Liquor Law. The
Northern Lunatic Asylum is to be located
near Nowhurgh about six miles from Cleve
land. Thorn 'S Curwiu has not resign
ed, and is not n going lo stomp il in Oliio.
The Peruvian Government are re
solved to protect Iheir Guaniio. A pity il is
that American Government would not do as
much lor its citizens.
17 Bnrnum says tho net proceeds of hit
thnro of tho Jenny Lind engagements, ex
ceeded by moro than j0,000 tho amount stat
ed to havo been received by tho Musical Timet,
Thut statement mado Darnum's share $308,000
and Jenny Lind $ 302,000. llurnum adds
thut so toor. at ho can find time, ho shall pub
lish a book giving a history of the Jenny Lind
The National F.tn snys thnt Mr. Iliibhnrd,
the new Post Muster General, has uniformly
cast his vote in congress on the side of freedom.
Columbiana County Teachers' Institute.
Tho second tesslon of the Columbiana Co,
Teachers' Institute will be held in the town of
WKLLSV1LLE, to commenco on tho 1th of
October next, nnd continue ono week
Tho services of LOHIM ANDREWS, Agent
of tho Stnto Truchcrt' Association havo been
tecurcd for the occasion, and ho will bo assisted
by other experienced Teachers. The cvonings,
during the session of tho Institute, will bo de
voted to Lcctureton Scicutille and other inter
ckting subjects, and also to tho discussion of
questions connected with the Practical Business
Female, teachers will bo boarded in private
families free of charge ; mule teachers at the
usual rates lor permanent boarders. Arrange
ments will bo mado with 'ho Ituilroad compa
nics to carry teachers to and from tho Institute,
at half price. As a means of defraying the
expenses of tho Instituto it is proposed that
each male teacher pay $1, and each female 80
Bellow Teaciiciis, will you not heartily res
pond to this call by turning out n man to tho
Instituto? By so doing you will mukc another
clfort to clcvato tha standard of teaching in our
county. Our neighbors in adjacent counties are
sottinz us s nob'.o example Shall wo allow
ourselves to bo distanced in tho raco for excel
lencof Lotus feel the moral dignity of our
calling, and the 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 ana muko
sacrifices for tho causo of education a came
ultimately connecter! uith the happineu of iiirfi'ii-
itaale and tociety. I-ct us meet, become accjuain,
ted, impart and rcccivo counsel j andencourago
each other's hearts, that when wo return to our
respective fields nf labor we may be better pre.
pared to meet tho duties and responsibilities
WM. McC LAIN. 1
J. MARKHAM, SCom.nfAmng,
: - V. ANDERSON, J
New Lisbon, Sept. 1852.
I Ths Concp.ht advertised on Suturd.iy night
will bo no humbug. Young Mr. Hopkins, the
principle, is blind w.s educated at tho asy
lum In Columbus j ami is an excellent violinist,
ss well aa performer on tho inclodcnn. Thit
j we are authorized to tav by a friend Intimately
)T competent to jnde of their merits.
scquaimcu witn me Individuals dim atiundant-
hope they may have a lull house,
, 1tl ,
Receipts for the Bugle for the week ending
Richard Duliersf, Elyri.i
1.(10 . 'kit
1.50 i: hi
1,00 31 i i
Joseph Phiiin. Merlin,
H- Wilkinson, Mrmiswirk,
I. Hellows, I liiicklcy,
Win. Pavne, Uichh'chl,
Phoebe Yanlleet, New Hc-ilfhrd,
Clement Koekhill, Ml. Union,
K. I. likens, Maillsiro,
John Prescord, CaifUli,
THIS INSTITUTU, with aninc modifications
and restrictions that ciiunni tail to prove bene
fU'iul to thoso who may hcrcultcr attend it, will
commenco its lliird Winter tcion, nf 19
weeks,) October '2 ith, Wii.
An alo Tcncher nt the l.nlin.Orei k, French
and Herman Ijiugiiscs : now tniinc red with
it. Instruction can be had on the l'iiuio of n
Lndv in the village, who is an excellent per
former, and an experienced Teacher.
Tuition from sj 1,01) to $),i,00 per Quarter ol
11 necks, with iiiodcruio extra charges fur
French, German, Pencil and I'cn lb awing,
Skctchinir.l'iualiiig in Water Colors nnd Mono
chromatic 1'iiiiitiiig, ami ai-o, lor attending Dr.
Mack's Illustrated Lectures on Anat iiny and
Physiology, and Mr. Luck's I.csons in Pen
manship. The Institution is furni.hcd with Anatomi
cal Plates, Historical ('hurts, Uutliuo M ips,
Apparatus and Mil cruls.
btiulents cun lure the uso of at' Text Bookt
needed in the Institution, except in a few ol tlio
most advanced (.hisses, nt the rule of On" Dol
lar per Quarter. Hooks run, ulso, be purchased
in Iho Village, at low prices. Ample arrange
ments are now tiring made to actnminod.ito
.Students with comfortable board, which can be
had on very moderate terms.
Thnao desiring particulars rnn obtain a cata
logue accompanied by a lull circular, and any
additional information they may wish, hy ad
dressing WM. McC'LAIN, 1'rineipitl.
Snlcm, Col. Co., O., Oct. I, 18.52.
WILL P.irER, TOYS, FANCY ARTICLES.
A LA HUE ASSORTMENT of the above
articles just receiving, nnd for t:de cheap, for
cosh ot tho CIIK.VP HOOK STORK. The
largest variety of Juvenile U inks ever olfercd,
School Hooks and Stationery at Wholesale.
October 2, 18 )2. Gt.
THIS Wonderful Musical Prodigy only 7
yeurs old, will give a Orund Concert ul the
town Hall in nulcui, on rnd.iy L.'cuiug, Oct.,
8th. Ho will be unsislcd by Ihu luvorilu Pian
ist and Voi-Hlbt,
Itlitis Allan .11. ItaaSiiu.
and the celebrated Primo li.i'so, Prof. Sl'ITl.
Doors open ut 7 o'clock, Concert to commence.
nt Sivcn uud a hull. Aduiittuiicc W) els., chil
dren 10 cts.
For particulars sco bills nf the day.
FOR Tllli H UOLESAl.R TRADE.
HATS, CATS, PUIS
STRAW A XI) SILK JlILLl.VLUV GOODS.
Voj. Do and 97, Superior St, (eniuo) CYcfrioid.
TUE SL'IJSCUlHERd desire ouco moro to
call the uttcn'.iou ut their customers and dealers
generally to their new locution uud uncimllid
Stuck ot uoous wlitcn lor extent, variety nuu
richness of quality, surpass anything ever nth-red
West of New York, and we Cliuticugc Com
petitors or Comparison with any, having now
three of the best talcs-rooms in tho city, v.o sro
prepared to uud will exhibit a stock which will
compare luvorubly with any in the cistern mar
kets, hiiu ut prices us low ut can uc to una uny-
hero. Their slock couusts ot
HATS Silk, Moleskin, Aug.du, Brush, Wool
Kossuth, Fur do., lSru.sh do., llrustr Magyar,
Seal do., Mexican, Congress, uud Child's Fancy
huts, of ull different qiuilf.ics and varieties.
CAPS Silk Flush, Mohair.Cotlon, Silk Vel
vct.Cloth, (Jluzcd, Lcuthcr, and Fur Caps. No it
styles duily rei eived.
FCRS Muffs, Victorecns, Cults, Fur Gloves,
Fur Mittens, llufl-lo Robes, fc.r.
STRAW UUODS Fcurl, Coburg, Florence,
and Sutin Strur.d Uoiincis. New si) let ot Fancy
Straw llonncts ol tho Full Stylo, btraw Cjids,
(iimps nnd II raids of all styles.
bll.Ii UOOUS hiiks, Lucas, Paris Cord, Il
lusions, Modes, Lining", Sjiins, Crapes, 'Furl
tons. Flowers, Velvets, Feathers, Wurrunls.Tubs.
RlllUONS II unci Ribbons, the best Mock
in Cleveluud, Tali'ctu, S.uin, Fluted ribbons for
trimmings, and ail other goods in tho Millinery
Satchel t, Carpel Uiigt, Trunks, Valicai, Um
Also a largo stock of Uoii;iiy and Glot of
every vurioty direct from tho importers, uud lor
sulo ut a sniull udvauce from cost.
Woolen Cravats, Woolen Uloret, Buckskin
Gloves and Mittens.
tlTTho above, with many other giods wo
now offer lo tho trado at Xea York I'rice: Con
nected with a largo Munulucluring llouso in
New York, we uro enublcd to sell our goods on
terms to plcaso.
iT Wo rospei'tfully solicit a call from all
dealers visiting this city, promising to oiler in
ducements worthy their attention.
A. ITLLF.11 & CO.
Connect i with Williams it Penison, N. V.
:y-'sr v-v'TC.--vtVViv -s
I'll IV ATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE.
THE subscriber would respectfully anwouncs
that this institution will commenco Its next
term with still greater advantages than ever be
fore otlcrudi o Monday ths 18th of October
Tho design is as heretofore, to render ths
cour-e of study useful, attractive, interesting
and practical ; to this cud he will endeavor to
illustrate sod as fur as possible deinonslrata
Students dosirouaof availing themselves or a
thorough courso of Irsstruction, will hors find
the requisites f ,r speedily acquiring a knowl
edge ol the sciences in all its branches.
Among the menns at command fordemonstra
thiKinny be found a lino FRENCH OliSTET
RICAL MANIKIN, Skeletons, wet and drisi
preparations, Lire tlco and hundreds ol other
Anatomical Plates. A collection of most ap
proved colored phites illustrativo of MkoicaO
itoxANV and Fvriioi.ouY. A well selected
Modern Library wiih numerous illustrations,
containing works on nil tlio various branches,
and a splendid as well as an extensive
iim:t of casts,
Purchased a' great expense, though surpassing
far uuy tiling ol a like character in the Mate, if
not in the Country, to be totind in possession of
any private. Physician or Institution. Alto
gether Hll'ordiug an opportunity of no ordinary
cliurnctcr tor Gentlemen and Ludict for acqui
ring a thorough Practical knowledge of Anslo
iiiynnd Physiology or the !cicnceof Meditine.
And to make tho course still more owlul and
attractive, hut just circclcd an arrangement
with Mr. A l, l it r: i IIoi.iiuook, w hose teKhlng,
talent is ol tho highest order, to teach the ole
mer.tsof Piiii.osoi'iiY and Ciihmistuv, hy which
tlio class may havo access lo Ins extensive and
splendid apparatus, line of the best in tbe Sluto.
In nil the uhovc courso iinpnrtnnt nssistnnco
will be afforded uud n ttcuctu! oversight of the
Lidict department rendered by Mrs. E. L.
No applicant will he received on any other
terms than by the best Medi. ill Schools, in point
nf attainments and inoml character.
'1 IIRMS of studies with dally recitntion, for
full course is three years, including two cour
ses of Lectures. That Im Anatomy, Phjss'olo-
V and llygicn, six months, preparatory lo lec
turing. .Mudi'iiU to tho latter lurnislung their
ow ii text bonks.
Tuition ono hundred dollars for the first.
Thirty dollars for the Litter course.
Uooil and convenient bounting may be pro
cured nt $1,12 to l,ol) per wcik. Thus Is com
bined cheapness vviili i.ire and extensive oppor
tunities tor knowledge, making this a place
doubly desirable hs it ut once places it williin
the menus nf almost all.
Further ii. (urination and satisfactory referen
ces given by addressing the subscriber.
K. U. THOMAS, M JJ
JnrMoro', September, lsj2.
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
ML'ItrilY, TIKIIXAX A Co.,
(sl'CCKlsOU TO ML'lll'IIY, WILSON, & Co.)
IMl'ORTF.RS AND WllOI.F.SALF. I1F.L
LRS IN FORl'.KiN AX1 DOMES ITU
So. 1?, Wood-St., rillsbnrf, Ta.
ARE now receiving from all the Eastern Ci
ties uud Europe, Iheir first supply of GOODS
for the Full Trade, to which they invito the at
tention nf buyers, Oo tho "tst of September
they expect to huvo their ussortuient complete,
which will bo kept so, by constant additions
every week throughout the season. They will,
ss heretofore eoniiniio to tell goods as low'as tho
EAS'IER.N JOU1IERS, for CASH, or appro
ved paper on tho usual credit, and they assure
their old customers and friends, and all who
design purchasing here, thut they will not be
unucrsnhl in this uiiuket.
I'itttbariih, August l!0, 18,32.
iSiig.ir Creek Falls Walct Cure
Tl'HMIMWAS, Co., O.
THIS Institution, twelve miles south of Mas
sillon, on tho road from Woostcr to Now
1'hiluilclphiu, 11 miles west uf the latter place,
and is accessible by stages duily from all ths
above pluccs. it is supplied with very
Soft I'u re Spriiiff M uter,
conducted to tho Cure, from the ncighborr-eg.
lulls, in stone I'ipet. It is under chargo o Dr.
11. FRE.VnE, and conducted on pure Hydro-
p'lthic principles. Our business is lo lukc drugs
nut of the system, nnd not put them in. Tho
I'roprietors nutter themselves thai their i-utilities,
for successfully iteming discuse, nro not
surpnsied by any other establishment in ths
TERMS : In ordinary cases $5 per week,
payable weekly. Each patient should bring 2
comfortables, 2 sheets, 2 blankets, nnd some
linen for bandages, or they tun bo bud at tha
Establishment for 60 cts. per week. Post
OllicO nudress, peanlorf Milh, '1 lucuratcat t'tf.,
OA.o. DR. II- FUEA-iK. ) ,
SOLOMON FKEASE, 1 "O''"'"0"-
May 10, 13,).!.
SALEM, OHIO, AVH1L 20, 1852.
wus. c. l. church,
LATE of the city of niTsncitair,
BEGS leave to inform tho inhabitants of Sa
lem and vicinity that she has brought with her
a lurjje assortment of HttTASlt; Mt.UlVlSlCH
ciireliilly prepared, in the lorm of Pills, pow
ders, I iiictures, hyrups, ointments, halves si n
Plasters, together with un ussortuient of crudu
or unprepared Medicines, w hich tho offers fur
sale on reasonable terms for cash, or such arti
cle of produce ns arc used in a Inmi'.y.
(yfi-e. Corner of Green and Lundy .S'f.
JOHN C. WIIINEKY,
SURGEON DENTIST I ! OJRh orer Ihe
Snlcm Hook Store. Tho subscriber would In
form his friends und the public, that ho is sguin
at his post. Having spent several mouths in
Cincinnati, in niukiug himself minutely acquain
ted w ith iho various brunches of his ProlcMioti
ho feels couljilciit of being uhlo to render ths
fullest satisfaction to those who may requite his
Sulein, March 5, IS,').!.
Dil C. PUARSO.n",
II O .11 (X O P A T II 1 S T ,
AVINO permanently located in Sulein,
would respoetlully announce, to too i'ublio
tnui ho is prepared to treat Uouia-opalhically all
discuses, whether Chronic or Acute. Ho gives
n general invitutiou to all, and flutters himself
he cun render general satisfaction.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, on Mam Br.
OPPOSITE THS i'OST-OmVB.
May lo, 185:2.
DAVIS' IIAUMONIA. VOLUME, 3.
W'ATEIl CURE ENCYCLOPAEDIA.
Can be had at the " Cheap Book-Store.".
July 7, '2. J- McMillan.