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letter from Josephine S. Griffing.
Radix, Lenawee Co., Mich.
October 8th, 1342.
Diab MariIs i After a three days rido orer
lich and beautiful variety of country, we ar -
rived at Mich. In time to meet our appointment
of the 25th. I had seen tho notice of meet-
Ingt In Michigan by J . W. Walker and II. C.
Wright, with their Incidental remarka, but had
rormea no just conception or the condition in
which they found thil State- In regard to Anti
Slavery, and certainly a Un Jutt one In regard
to the rhsngo which this first preaching of Anti-slavery
The evidence of susspptability to chnngo and
improvement In the people arc most remarkable,
M are the evidence of effective, truthful and
high-toned labor by our Fellow Workers, H.
C. W. and J. W. W. bestowed uprn this vine
yard. Our meeting at Adrian the 23th, which was
licld in Odd fellows Hull, was large in the
morning, and increased through the day and
evening, till tho hirgo hall was filled with intel
ligent and earnest listeners, who hcHrd with
almost breathless silence, the most radicnl and
ultra doctrines of Anti-slavery, from Mr. Pills
bury and others, with spirit and furtitudo
truly heroic. At the close nf this meeting, tho
announcement of a State Convention was
made, to be held on Saturday and Sunday the
ICth and 17th of Oct , when we hope to meet
our friends, J. W. Wslker, and L. A, lline, the
a,.i-i ui Jn mini nun lllil'iy HYlun'U III mis inrfc
of Michigan on Education and Land Reform,
with great success.
From this meeting we were invited to hold a
meeting in Jackson's mil's, by Prior Foster,
the Proprietor of a colored school, conducted
aomcwhat upon tho plan of the Obcrlin Insti
tute. As it was varatinn, wo had not the plea
sure of personal observation, in regard to tho
school, but wcro assured that it was well con
ducted. The number of scholars is at present
about sixty. We were nio.-t cordiully entertain
ed by the Fosters, an intelligent, generous and
high-minded family illustrutivo of the truth,
that indiviunls or nations con only rise in tho
scale of being, hy comprehending and laboring
for their oirn elevation, and that according to
their oim standard will be tho level of their
position in society.
The Fosters have, in great measure, lived
down the national barrier to their freedom
Jirejucico against color and ore considered
worthy from their self-reliance, intelligence, and
)dgh moral worth, to minglo with the respec
table and even aristocratic. Our meeting,
which was held in the Institution, was larger
than we had anticipated, as the morning v. as
rainy, and the rieighloihnod scntu-r'n.g. Sev
eral came from a distanco of si tor seven miles,
ever a new and muddy roud, among whom was
a.Daptist Elder, who came, wo wcro told, to
hear nothing but our Infidelity and Atheism.
lte however gave us a candid and gentleman
ly hearing to our exposition of Slavery as seen
in its effect on tho Domotio relation, both of
the oppressed and the oppressor; and the sup
port which such system receives from tho
Law and Religion nf tl'o tuition. Whilo our
friend, Mr. I'illsbury, labored to show thut tho
American Church, which wielded tho religious
sentiment of this nation in favor of enslaving
one-sixth of its population, was at war with
Justice and Humanity thatwhilo its prnfesion
was hostility to Sin, its infiuenco sanctioned
and went to pcrpctuato the grtatnt sin of tho
age. It was therefore busely hypocritical, and
that while Jesus, whoso mission was to preach j
(lelivcisnce to the certivc, vos l.cld up us their
author and leader, their support of Slavery
and thcFugitivcDill proclaimed them Infidels of
the darkest die, whose practical doctrino would
annihilate from the universe the idea nf a true
God. At the clnso nf our meeting, after a
friendly recognition, ho evinced his sympathy
with us so far as to suggest a thought in addi
tional proof of Mr. Piilnbury'a argument.
Our next meeting was at Ilukory Grove,
where we found an intelligent neighborhood,
and audience, who were prepared by their
individual investigation, together with tho offi
cial i.iihor of tho friends of Humanity who hud
proceeded t, for radicnl truths and high posi
tions. Many of them wcro Free Soilers, who
wcro ready to admit that tho moral agitation
was the only politics meant of abolishing' Sla
very, while the political effort was barely expe
dient. From siitA the Slave mny hope.
On Friday evening we held a meeting at Hod
ford, six miles beyond Iluttlo Creek, at a Sem
inary devoted to a Liberal and Practical culturo
of tho manhood as well as tho minds of its
students, under the direction of Hiram Corn
well, a nun of sterling character and high in
Tho meoting was well calculated to impress
the minds or the young, of whom the audience '
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W ,11 W - I J uuiiijiiw.iii - -
true and earnest life a relianco upon self, and
individual development, and a strict adhernnco
to tho propulsions of truth nnd justice, from
within. The meeting closed with an Anti
slavery song appealing to the boasted Freedom
of those who are in a great incosuro responsible
for American Slavery.
We reached Battle Creek on Saturday morn
ing in timo to ottend tho first session of the
Congregational Friends' Yearly Meeting, which I
w devoted somewhat to the examination of
the old, and tho orgsnuing of a new rchgiuus
platform which should optn to thoir thought,
ympathy, and action, the broad avenuo to Ilu-
man Progression, In its varioua departments,
rid aecure their practical influence in favor of
the redemption of the race. Tho address of the
Yearly Meeting of Progressive Friends, held at
Salem, Ohio, was read, and a hearty concur
renee ateoded without dissent. After somo ro
marks by Frionda upon tho object and benefit
of this meeting and tho propriety of appointing
another meeting and of assuming a u name,
Mr.' PUlsbury offered a few remarks upon the
uporiority of organisations and associations
J whore true affinities just relations and spon
taneous attractions form the bond of Union
over in association forcibly held together, by
act of doctrines vA hirtn,l . --.I
sanctified hy tho exposition and use of illiberal
I Bnd superstitious minds of past ages. The
. meeting adjourned to meet on first dy morn,
! ig it tho usual time of worship, at which time
! o wcro Invited to ho present and participate
' tho exercises. The meeting on Sundny wa
one of a deeply religious and impressive char
acter. After an expression of feeling by several
venerable and worthy Friends, on the Import
ance of Practical Religion, Mr. I'illsbury de
fined In a clear and forciblo manner Ait idea
Worship. And as period after period swept
into oblivion the different modes of worship
with their sacrifices and ceremonies, from tho
Patriarchal down, through the Mosaic, tho
Jewish, and the nominally Christian ha sway
ed and carried thrm onward, till tho whole au
dience seemed leaning forward to catch tho
last expression of a thought that full from lips
of inspiration. It was an hour of deep solemnity
when all felt that, that was none other than
tho House of God and that was tho gate
The service closed wilh the rending of a cir
cular, addressed by the yearly mooting nf Pro
gressive Friends at Mattlo Creek, to tho Yearly
meetings of similar views.
I have given a brief sketch of this meeting
fipt, because my letter already transcends a Tea-
; son. illo space in your cntums, and second be-
cause- you will prnj iibly be furnished with a full
report of its proceedings by those moro imme
diately in its interest.
Saturday, Sunday, and Monday evenings, we
held Anti-Slavery inccting,hith were stirring,
high-toned and thorough in their character.
Our audiences wcro large considering tho
mighty influrnco of the Church in thnt place
against Reformers. Many of our hearers were
Free Soilers, among whom wo were told were
the true nnd tried friends of tho Fugitive from
Southern bondage who would it was presum
ed ab'de by tho Hiuhcr Law in tho face of
fines and imprisonment. These listened to Mr,
PilUbury's criticism of their policy of non-ex-
tension, nnd Stuto rights, whilo through his
entire argument was seen, "Tho hand writing
on the wall." "Weighed in the balance and
found wanting." The effect of Slavery upon
tho Family Institution, the only institution or
dained by Heaven, consequently,' tho most sa
cred of all institutions was faithfully and earn
estly delineated and lastly the relation of the
Church to Slavery, the strength of its infiuenco
and the depth of its guilt, were fully nnd fear
lessly exposed. A song. was called for, and af
ter taking several subscribers for the Bugle, our
labors in Rattle C'rcct closed. Wo found un
bounded hospitality and elegant entertainment
in the home of tho Meriits, w ho have long been
known as ti c friends of humanity in the West.
Yours, fuithful and earnest,
letter from Josephine S. Griffing. JOSEPHINE S. GRIFFING.
Good news from Kentucky.
fly the following letter it will lio seen tlint
K iituckiniiH hid moving in tlio right direc
tion. If Ohio would tnku a manly stand for
freedom, Kentucky might soon In; rnuvnsscd
by itd advocate.", whether Kctituckiiina or
foreigners. Contrast the position of Cassius
M. Clay, nml ISror'jo V. Julian, beforu a
Kentucky audience, pleading for justice, ns
lint Uiiiliilalion nf u truu national pnlicy, with
1 1 in t of llurnro Greeley, nnd Daniel Jf. Til
den, nml the like, in nil nnli-slavcry commii-
nily, insidiously trying to pallinto the enmity
of slavery, palling tho consciences nf llicir
audiences, nml sneering nt the champions of
freedom. All honor In the Kcnliickiiiiis,
who ilnrril to listen to I lie truth, when they
shall obey it, it will do more credit to their
vulur, 1 1 in i their rill.ii liavo ever won theiii.
From the Cleveland True Icmocrat.
C. .1. Clay George Jl Ju'liin Slavery no
longer Sietioiiul, but .Yational.
Cabi.i Cheek, P. O., Lew is Co., Ky., )
Oct. 5, 1S.VA
1 have just w itnessed mm of the most in
teresting spectacle which n citizen of our
Republic cmi now lie called to look upon a
budding over lint Ohio u wiping out of
Mason Sc Dixson's linn n partial distrac
tion of tin prejudice btlircen S'urlh and South.
1 have seen, perhaps fnrtlio first lima in
tin) history of our country, tlio Northern
Politician or Statesman, crocs mi to Southern
mil, nml I hero discourse to public audiences'.
freely, fully, mid faithfully, upon the social,
moral, mid political evils ol American fclu
very. Our friend Oeo. W. Julian, of Indinnn
liniiiincfl liir the Vice Presidency of the 1'ren
Democracy lias, in company with C. M.
y,'' ""'"" puuue o-'iiccs in i, ,
Al'iHoii, mill Urncken rmiiilies. I ho lunlieu-
. i t . . I t: I ; 1
ces in LewiH mid liraeken woro not large,
lint very nlleiilive, and the impression good.
Vigilant ll'oi tx were iiiiulo to iiitiiniilnuj and
.Ii.luv (ii.i.u.iiim IVrio. f.f.imr fliiit tC il.n lin(.
CNt stanipeiles, ever known in the Htato, to
liu lit tin) snino time suecesHlul, had just
come oil, 'l is said, mid regarded us true,
llint thirty-two slaves lei, fiir Canada, a few
iiightH previous. Vet no distiirliniicu in our
met'liuus. At Mavsvillo tho niidiunco wan
large, mid received Mr. Julian's speech oven
,i8."l'eBcl' w.f"' cur i'"rv','l(;
,, llo.lVM.,1(,,k.;, l0 Hloke of m u.
nydm,,,,, t.iri.ti:r, nnd i iiiiiiornl temleiieiea
of slavery, mid the unconstitutionality of tlio
1 ugitivo bliivu lull. I lis manner w as tligui
tied and gentlemanly, nml tins was recipro
cated by the people of Maysville.
At night, 1 1 in City Hall, which ia lurgfl,
was tilled to overflowing, tu lieur the power
ful nriiuiiieiite mid soul-stirring elotiuetice
of C. M. ('lay. 1 1 in speech wus indeed a
maslurly cllbi L The audience listened with
wrupped I'litliusinsin for two hours, olteu
rising to liursts of npplatmo. The audience
was Dismissed in perfect ordor. Many citi
zens pronounce the speech aa the best one
they ever heard. Mr. Julian himself, who
hue heard many speeches, pronounced it one
of the best he lm over lienril. Never was
more delighted. My highest earthly desire
is to tee Shivery nlmlishcd in my native
Slnle nnd throughout the world.
Hut while I witness the kind reception of
these men, mid whilst I Irnee with delight
the marked good results of their speeches,
mn tmineil with the thought, thnt light comra
tnoliile! Mnny will not get to lienr, nnd
many that do lienr, are already committed to
their old pnrties.
Our Pittsburgh Convention met too Into.
1 Wo linvn everything to gain by discussion,
nnd nothing to lose.
I I like the supeestioii of Pnmitol Lewis,
i tlint we commence the next Campaign the
next liny niter the present pending election,
1 or sevcrnl weeks we have had n ticket
formed in this 8tnti. Vet for wnnt of speak
ers, ami tune, the Inct will probably not he
Known m tunny counties in tins Mate. Mr,
C lii v, however, thinks I Into will get five
hundred vote in Maili.-Min County Ky.
May God speed the right.
JOHN G. FEE.
We have no very general returns on which
wo can confidently rely. Pennsylvania has
probably gone mainly democratic.
Stuart, Democrat, is doubtless elected in this
district, to Congress. What the Freo Soil vote
lias been wo cannot say, but judging from ap
pearance.in this vicinity it must have been con
sidcrably increased, over past years.
This tow nship stood, Free Soil 139,Whig 118,
Democrat, 113 j Butler, Frco Soil 03, Whig,
70, Democratic, 08. Goshen township gave
majority fur Giddiugs over both tho other can
Latch Xewi ; Leaves na doubt of the clec
tion of GlDDlXUSand WADE! The former
by a majority of from 100 to COO. Tho latter
by one much larger. Tho True Democrat says
not less than 1300. llrinkerhnff and Townscnd
arc laid to have received a very heavy vote,
Townscnd's majority in Lorain 700. I.evtis
Campbell, Frco Soil Whig, is also elected. The
Democrats aro gcnerully triumphant in this
Ktr.te. In Indiana, largely so. The Free Soil
voto generally in this north pni t of the State in
dicutcs a strong increase. In Geauga, Wade's
majority over the combined Whig and Demo
erotic voto was 317. On their county ticket
Whigs and Democrats combined, but arc do
fcatcd by the Free Soilers.
To the Friends of Free Discussion.
The undersigned so'icitous for the ad
vnneement of the cnuse of Truth nml llu
innnity, hereby invito all who nro friendly to
free discussion, to attend a Convention tu lie
held it Sali in, Ohio, on Saturday, Sunday
mid Monday, l.'itli, 1 1i li, mul 13th of Novem
ber next, for llm purpose of freely mid fully
ciinviissing tho OIMUI.V, AUTHORITY
AND IN I'M LNCE OK TIIK JCWJSIl
AND CIIIUSTIAN SCKIPTI KL3.
This invitation is not given to any particu
lar rluss of Philosophers, Theologians or
Thinkers, hut in in good failh, extended to
all who feel an interest in tho examination
of the ipiestions nlmvo stated. There me
mnny who beliuvo that n isiipcrnntiirid Reve
lation has been given to mini j mnny others
who deny this, mul a largo number who ore
ulllicted with perplexing iluiibls trembling
between Ihu silent f keplicisin of their reason
and the (cur of uhsulutu denial. In issuing
n cull fur a Convention wo have in view tho
correction of error by which party Boeder
entertained, and tho relief of those who stand
between doubt und fear from their embarras
Snmn mny have no diiubt thut tho Jewish
mul Christian Scriptures hnvo subserved mi
important end, nnd yet believe that their
mission is nearly completed mul must ho
superceded by n new dispensation ; some
mny believe thnt their influence lias been
prejudicial in every respect, mid that they
hnvo been h curse rather than a blessing to
mankind, others mny believe them a perfect
record of the Diviuu will lo man good in
the pnst mul for nil tune Income; and others
still may deny tho plennry inspiration of the
llible, discarding much of the Old Testa
ment, mul receiving most or nil of tho New.
Still such diversity of opinion instend of
prejudicing the interest und good results
which ought to attend such a Convention,
will rather tend to iucrcuio its interest and
ciicnncu its value to the cause of Truth.
Doubtless a free interchange of thought is
the best modi) of exciting inquiry and of ar
riving at the Truth.
Ho who has a Truth and keeps it,
Keeps what not to him belongs
But performs a solllili action
And his fellow mortal wrongs."
We invito, therefore, nil who feel an inte
rest In this question, without distinction of
ex, color, sect, or party, to conio together,
thut we mny ait down like brethren in a
communion before, the altar of intellectual
and spiritual Freedom.
JOSEPH DARKER, Milvvood, O.
L. A. MINI:, Cincinnati,
THOMAS SHARP, Sulem,
WM. WATHJN, Lowell,
JOSEPH SMITH, New Drighton, Po.
MILO A. TOWNSKNI),
SAMUEL 1JUOOKE, Salem, O.
T. I). TOM LIN SON,
JAMES HARNAIIY, "
M. It. RODINSON,
MARY U GILBERT, Marlboro.
HENRY C. V RIGHT,
DA VII) L. GALIIREATII, N. Garden,
ESTHER ANN LI KENS,
NATHAN GALIJKEATH "
LAURA UARNAUY, Snlcin,
HARRIET N. TORREY, Puikmon.
Papera fuvorublo to Frco Investigation,
please copy, -
Hale and Julian.
Mr Geo. V. Smtth, of Salem, v. ill be in Con
notion, Harrison Co., on Tuesday evening, tho
19th Inst., and will lecture aa Mr. John M.
Holmes mny appoint. Ho proposes spending a
week hi that and surrounding neighborhood,
lecturing in behalf of tho Free Democracy.
A Democratic Barbecue.
A friend from New Hampshire thus writes
in a privnte letter, in reference to Ilia great
convention and barbecue at Hillsborough New
Hampshire, the native tow n of Frank Piece.
"Cnpt. Ryndcrs of New York, nnd Sent
tor Clemens of Alabama, were among the
speakers. Seven hogsheads of Rum emtio
tip the evening before, expressly for the Con
veiiiioh. Every room in llm taverns, ubove
mid below, had A bur, and !ho tenders, some
times two or three to each, were busy every
moment. Sixteen oxen were roasted, nml
more llian forty sheep. Dread wns ordered
from the Bakeries, in similar proportions.
Tho women of Stoddard mid Antrim, sent a
Innf of brown hrend for the ccntro of the
table, thnt weighed five hundred pnund.i.
At tho close of Rynders's speech, he enti
led for Tiinr.R oroams ron the "Mai.xk
LtquoR Law," which were given. It was
estimated that tho gathering numbered ten
CrtiA. The New York Tribune says tho
means fir the conquest of Cuba by forces from
this country, nro In a much grct-ter stato of
forwuidncis than is generally supposed. Men
have been enlisted in all the cities of tho Union
from New York to New Orleans, nrd the
lenders ore abundently supplied with funds do
rived in great part from Cuban friends. They
wait only a fuvorublo movement for action.
Receipts The Bugle for the week ending
Silr.i Pc; oon, Warren.
Hannah Flliott, Nottingham.
J. L. Xlitehtier,
Robert George, Jamestown.
George P. Clark, Mt. ricasant.
Comely Toinlinson, " "
Ann Reeves, Mt. Union,
FofTiiKisj (Ji-..-r.RosiTT. A SniitliPiner is
reported to hnvo oficied lo emancipated
sixty or seventy tluves, providey thn Mass
achusetls Colonization Society w ill nppropri
:noni y enough lo send tlieui to Libeiin. The
llernld says these penplo could he sold for
10,C00or $10,000." Of course, ihey must
have been enormously profitable to their
"owner" who proposes to censn robbing
them of iheir wrges, only on condition that
tlint Ncgro-hming society in Yankee-Land
will ihivu them out of "the finest country on
enrth". Hanging no honest mini, nnd ma
king him pay forty shillings, is what wo
should ileum henevoleiico most princely in
comparison nf llm deed proposed by that
Southerner ; since, In say nothing of tho rob
bery m either enso, we think it wern even n
less evil to send mi boiier't man into llm spir
itual world, than to .-and "sixty or seventy"
such men into Africa. Nevertheless, wo
wish tho Massachusetts Colonization Society
mny ruiso Iho money ; for we would rather
the "sixty or seventy" were consigned lo
"heathen Africa" or sent nlmoat nny whither,
than remain in tlio chains imposed on llicin
by tins great, enlightened, Democratic, Whig
Republican, Christian country of ours.
Aunt Phillis's Cabin.
Ol this work, recently published williade-
vigil lo counteract the influence nf 'I'nelii
Tom's Cabin' Ihe Philadelphia Christian Oi-
tcrvrr, a New School Pu-sbyltiian paper,
'Tho incidents of the story nrn highly in-
lerestuig. In iho cabin of Aunt Pliillis wo
find no 'row head mid lilouilv Iiumi'h'-
thing liko the creatures seen iho other day
in L'ucle Tom's Cabin, (hut nfri nt tlio
South,) lil'.lu girld using New Iiiiglaiul pro-
vmciiiiisiiis nut we nun motinil Aunt Pliil
lis just such colored people, old und voiiiil'.
lis ouo w ill ulleii meet w i'.h in many estima
ble families in Virginia nnd Manlund. The
work merits tlio special attention of those
who have, been inside of 'L'nchi Tom's Cubiu.'
It will be rend with great avidity.
Iho followiiiL' ii.iraiiraiilis nro from iho
Preface of 'Aunt Phillis's Cabin, or. South.
ern Lilb us it is:'
'Slavery, authorized hv Cod. iiermittc.l Iw
Jesus Christ, sanctioned by ,Q apostles,
maiiiliiincd by good men of nil ages, U slill
evisting in a portion of our beloved country.
now long it win continue, or whether it will
ever cense, Ihu Almighty Ruler of tho imi
vcrso can iilone detcrinine.
'I do not intend lo give n history of Abolition.
Horn in fumi'.ieism nurtured in violence nml
disorder it exists too. Turning aside ihu in
stitutions and commands ol Cud, trending un
der foot the lovo of country, despising thu
law a of natm o nnd Iho ntition, it is dead lo
every feeling or patriotism and brotherly
kindness- hill nl' ni-ll'.. n,,,l I..
I " PM1IU ..111, I.II,,J, DICl,lj
the pathol' the slave w ith thorns, mul ol' tho
master with dillieulties, accomplishing no
thing good, forever cronliiig disturbance'.
And this work, the Philadelphia ChristUntOlf
server approves, and commends lo its rcudeis,
us deserving special attention!
(T?The manumitted sluves of Jumnicn aro
in Ihe sight of Ihu law. in llio estimation of
their fellows, and ill Ihe eye of Cod.cipuils
with those whoso actual 'property' ihey were
the other day. Importance no lunger ultncli-
es lo complexion in thut island. The whilo
mid colored people intermarry, colored peo
ple iioiu responsililH oil ices, uuil are received
as guests at the Governor's table. Ail A
mericoii who visited Jamaica hi 18 )0 slates
Hint "at the Surry ossizes, where Sir Joshua
Rnwe presided, two colored lawyers wem
I silting nt the barrister's tnblf, nnd of llm jury
nil hut three were colored. Sevi-n-teiiths of
thn whole pnlirn force of the Island, amount
, iug lo about K10 men, were estimated (o he
colore,!, lu the LectslntivB Assembly, cum-
poied nf from In 50 members, 10 or 1'2
were colored ; mul the public printers ol Ihe
legislature, who were also editors nf Ilia
Lemlii g government paper, w ere both color
ed men.'' London Times.
Treasurer's Report from Sept, 29th to Oct, 7th.
Received Pledges mid Dotintions from
Friends nt Fow ler, ?S ,( i"2 ; Friends nt Lines
ville, ftfe'iO; Friends ut Kerlrhlge, f00;
William Knnpp, 5,00 ; Mnrin I. f Jidilinps,
5.C0t Alice Rnbv, l,C0j A. Rohy. 1.00: Al.
Millisiek, 1 .00; (Jeorge llolmcs, 5.00; S. Jen
kins, II 00; Jas. Price, 2,00; Siiniuel Holme',
51.00; Joseph llnrrison, 5.C0; A. Cnnnwnv,
I.C0: II. Knisht, 1 ,00 i II. Robv, 5,00; I5.cc
S. Down, 20.00; lOli.abetli Vickers, 5.(t0;
Pierce Oarrelsim. S.00; Lewis Morgan, 7,A;
A. II. Silvers, 5,00; Win. Wiilsnn, 5,00; Jniiii
lliiui Morris, 5.(10 ; (i. C. ClinitieM. ll.oO ; John
Fair nl I.eesville, 10,00.
J. McMILLAN, Treasurer.
" HOOKS! UnoKS!!
Tie mile Slave, Cnc'r Tom'$ CM,
lililthttlitle Hnmanrr, Side of.Vuturr,
lUHition of (lio'ovt, AinV terelalions,
t'irrji'e's ijh nf '&trrlimT,1!rrnt Harmonin, roh.
, , . H atrr Cure l'.nricloparlin.
And a splendid assortment ol lancy presenta
tion Books, nnd nil endlcs variety of Juveniles.
AIo, n l.irae Ftoek of Bibles, Historical, Poet-
ienl.Scicnlill ', MisecllaiHOiis, and School boolis,
Steel pens, (J iKI pens, Aeeor, 'eons, Tots, Fancy
Artii les, B'.nnll llnoks, l'ortiolioi, Hates, nml a
complete assortment nf plain and fancy St.ti in
err, just reeeivrd and for sale nt J. McMillan's
CilKAl' HOOK STOUT., ii doors castor the
Town Hall, where every book in the market can
bo procured, If crdcrcd, nt the lowest prices for
cash. In ail lition to the aoove ran bo round a
nieolot of Wall and Window Paper.
Salem, October 1(1, IH '2.
Tin: oxlt TSbc ronTRAir or wasiii.miton,
JUST IT RLISIIF.I),
t. n. ih:lciis.ug.yificf.t
POKTK Al T 0 F W A Sill X fi TON.
F.nprnved (by perinission) frnin Stnnrt'son
oi iginul portrait, in Ihe Al'ii'iieiirn, lioslmi.
This superb picture, F.n am veil und.T ihu
superiiitendeiii-e of THO M AS S I LLY, C-(.,
(he eminent mul highly gilied m list, is (he
only correct likeness of Washington ever
published. It has been chiirncterised us llu
greatest work of art ever produced in the
country. As to its fidelity, we refer to llio
loiters of the adopted sou of WiK'iiiij'tnii,
C FORI IF. WASIIINCION PARIC t'l'S
Tl.i, whosavs, " il is n liiitlilul reiiresentnlion
nf the celebrated origiiuil," mid lo Ciill'.F
JL'S TICF TAN FY of i!m Sitprcmi! Court
of the I'liilcd States, w ho says, " As n w ink
of ni t its excellence mid beauty must sti i!:
every mm w ho sees it : nml it is no less hap
py in its likeness to thn Father of bin coun
try. It wns my good fortune to h-ivu seen
I 1 1 1 in tlio days of my boyhood, mul hi-i
whole appearance is yet strongly impressed
nti my memory. Tlio portrait on li r.e is
sued iippcnrs to tno lo bo nn end lil.inr.i.i,
representing perfectly Ihe express-ion ns well
(is lbs form nml features of his tiic." And
says SF.NATOU CASS, it ia a lift -like r.yre
tcntatiun of the great original. PKFSIDL.VP
1TLLMORF sajK, " Ihu work appears to mo
lo liavo been nihniralily executed nnd rim'
iiriifty w orthy of the palrniuigeof the publie."
Snys MARCIIAN T thn nmiiient portrait
painter, and tho pupil ol" Stuart, "your print
lo my minil is morn remarkable than nny
other I have seen, for presenting tlio irA i.'c
individuality of ihu original portrait, logeih
er with thu uobh nml diguilied repose ol' air
mid iriaiiner, which nil who ever saw him
considered u marked characteristic of llu;
illustrious man it commemorates,"
t'jr Ihe preat merit of this picture ire teoubl
rrfir creni li.vrr nf 'n.i ';i"7-i In ll,r. nner,,.'
iUtf, lo be seen at Ihe. ojjice of this par, on.
tu me mnr.1 nj me jo:iuirng . li lisix, M.ilamcn,
Jurists ui' S'holart arcompanuing il.
Al! I l r;. Mareliant ami F.lliott, of
oi'W liiikj Neaele, Rolherinel, niiil limli-
din, ol' Philadelphia ; CheMor Harding, or
l.ostnn ; L Inn leu I' l aser, o I ( ;iiiu lestoii, S. (.'. ;
mid lu llm adopted sou ol Washington, lion.
(Jeo. W. P. Custis, hiiiiKidl' nn artist.
ST.U'FSMF.N. His Fxeelleney M.l'niil
Fillmore, M ijor Cen. Winliehl Scott, lion.
Course M. D illas, Hun. William R. King,
Hon. Daniel Webster, Hon. Linn I! iyd, Hon.
Lewis Cass, Hon. Win. A. rutin in, lion.
John P. Keimeile, Hon. R.C. Wiuthrop, LL.
I). JURISTS ' lion. Rngr-r II. Tunny,
lion. John Duer, Hon. John .McLean, lloii.
RuliisCl.oale. SCHOLARS. Charles Fol
miiii, Fsi., thu well known Librarian of ihu
Ilostnii Alheiieuui, who say.-, "I would rath
er own it than m.y painted copy I have ever
seen;" F. P. Whipple, Richard llihlreth,
Hon. Fdw. Kvcrctt, LL. !., Jarnd Sp.uks,
LL. !., William II. Pieseoit, LI 1)., Wash
ington Irving, Ralph V. Fmcivoii, I'sip,
Prof. T. . I'pliiiui, J. T. Hendlev, Fnz
Creeti Ilalleek, II. W. Lnnirli How, Win. Cil
mnreSimmst nml FROM Fl ROPF, Lord
Tiillinird, T. I. Maeaiiley, Sir Arehiliald Al
ison, Lord Mayor of Loudon, iVo. cce. See.
Till: PKF.SS, througliout Ihu ctitiro I'liiun,
have w ith one voice proclaimed thu meiitu
ol' this superb engraving.
To enable all In possess ibis vahiiibKi teens,
lire, it is sold nt the low price of li per copy.
Published by (il'.OIK.'K W. (TIILIM,
N. W. corner of Fil'ili nml Arch-si's, Pliila.
WILLIAM C h'J'KFU Solo Agent lor
the Stales of Ohio mid bulimia.
This Portrait can only tie obtained fiom
MR. STFL'.L, or from hij duly authorized
Arrangements hnvo been nindn with the
Post Ollicu Depiiiiiiieiil, by which copies nl
the Portrait can be scut to any point, per
mail, in perfect order.
fX Persons by remitting Five I)oi.i.Ans
to WiM. Ci. STFKL, Cincinnati, Oiiio, w ill
linvn ii copy of Ihu Portrait sent to tlieui fue
fX" Magiiifiecnl Gill Frames, pot up ex
presily lor these I'oi trails, fUrni.ied ul lh
low price of lj5,00 each.
JL'.ST lssi i.n,
A MAO.MI'ICENT PORTaAIT OP
G E N U 11 A L JACKSON,
Engraved b; T. B. MILCH, KSQ., af.tr the
original portrait painted bj T. SULLY, LSO.
This Portrait will ho a match for Ihu
Washington, und is in every respect aa well
Price 5,00 per copy. Address as tbove.
SALEM INSTITUTE. ,,
THIS INSTITUTE, with somo modifications
an I resttietions thnt cannot fail to prove beris
H. ial to those who may hereafter attend it, will
commence iia third .Muter besaion, voi i
weeks,) October 2oth, 1832.
An '. Teacher of tho I-rttin.Orcck, Frenoh.
and Oiminn latigiiagcs Is now connseted v.lih.
it. Instruction can be hnd on tho Piano of a
Ijid) in the village, who is an excellent cr-4
former, and an rxperi"need Teacher.
Tuition from $ ;,;') to f 5,00 per Quarter of
11 weeks, wfih nindcrato extra charges for
French, ernisn. Pencil and Pen Ir.iwrng,'
.skrtchins.l'iiiatiiig In Water Colors and Mono-
ehromstie Piiintini;, nn I also, for attending Dr.
Mnck'a Illustrated Lectures on Anatomy and
l'hysioioity, and Mr. l.usk's Lessons in l'eni
Tho Institution is furnihd w ith AnatomU
cal I'iiUs, llistoricil Charts, Outline Maps,
Apparatus S id Mu.crais.
htudents can hire the use of all Toxt Book
nce.lud in the Institution, except in a fow of the
most advanced Cbi'.scs, at tho rate of On IoU
hir per 'J'l irter. Hooks can, also, be purchased
in the Villao, nt low prices. Ample arrange
ments are now bMn;r malo to accommodsta
Students with comfoitablo board, which can b
had nn vrry modcrato terms.
Tlmse desiring particular can obtain a cnts
loffiie accompanied hy a full circular, and any
additional iirtjrnintion they may wish, by ad
dr.sii g WM. McCLAIN, I'riiKipal.
tideni. Col. Co., O., Oct. 2, 18.52. I
ton me inioLEs.iLi: tiude.
II -ITS, '4I'S, Fl'ICS,
STIUW AXD EILK E1LLI.VEBY COODS.';
.Yut. 0,) and 97, Ftyvior W, (f; utairt) Clt'elmd.
TIIK UllSCilHlIillS dedrconco moro to'
cn'l the Rttciition of their customers nnd dealers
(jniernlly to their new location and uneyiiMl
.Stuck of tiomU which for cittcnt, variety anil
rii linoss of ijuniitr, surpass anythinjr, ever offer'
ed We-t of New York, and we Challenge Com
pctitoisor Comparison with any, having now
time of the best sales-rooms in the city, we are
prepared to and will exhibit a stock which will
compare favorably w ith nny in tho eastern msr
ki-t-, and st prices as low at can bo found any.
where. Their stock CJii.-i U of
II VT.S -Pill:. Moleskin, Aug d , Brush, Woil
it n-iith, 1'ur do., llrusli do., l'ruah Magyar,
Seal do., Mexican, Congress, nnd Child's Fancy
huts, . nil root ciinlitics and varieties.
CAPS Siik Plush, Mohttir.Cotlon, Silk Vel
vet, Cloth, (jlze 1, Leather, and Fur C.ijia. Jstsr
jtj lea daily rci cived.
ri'll Mutr, Viotoreens, Cuff., Fur Olovcs,
Fur M.ttcns, 1! jff .lj Itibcs, fir.
STRAW GOons-Pearl, Cobiitjr. Florence,'
and S.uiu Strm.d 1! innets. Now styles of Fancy
Straw llonncts ot'the Tall Style. Stiaw C'Drd-s
(iimns and llraids of nil stvlra.
t-1 l.li (jOOIlS-Sil;;,, i.nee, Tsris Cord, II-I'l-ions,
Modes, I.iiiin-.., Satins, Crnpes, TarU
tons, J''owcrs, elvets, i'eaihers.W'nrriiiils.Tubs.
UlltllON i II mnct Kihbons, tho best Stock
in Cleveland, Tati'etn, Satin, Fluted ribbons for
tiiiiiinin', o..J ull other gooaj in tho Miliincry
Satthilj, Cityd 71 ff.i, Trunks, I'ulicri, t'rn
A' a birgo stork nf 11u-.ii.iiy and Glovbs of
every variety direct from tho importers, and for
sale nt a small ndvan-c from cost. ,
Wn-Y.un Cinvats, Woolen Olorcs, Eutkkkin
(jlovcs nnd Mittens,
f ir " Tho above, with many other Roods we
now offer to the traJc nt .Vot ior I'rim. Con
ne. tel wi'.h a lar;;a Mnnnfucturinir Houso in
New Yoik, we aro cnalilcd 13 sell our goods on
term to ple.iso.
i; Wo respectfully solicit a call from all
dealers vUittnr; this ciry, promising to olfcr in-du-cincntj
worthy their nttentinn. '
A. FULLER & CO.
Connected w ith Williams Ucnison, X. V.
October 2, 1S.V2.
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
m'lei'iiv, Tii:ii.x & t o.,
(nccEssou ro Mt nriiY, wilson, & Co.)
IMPonTKRS AND WHOLESALr. DF.AL
l.ltS IN FOISLIUN AND DOMESTIC
So. 4S, Wood-St., rittsbnr?, Pa.
ARE now receiving from all tho Eastern CI
tlei and Furopc, their first supply of OOOlJS
fir the Fall Trade, to which they invito tho nt
tii'i.in of buyers. t)n tho 1st of September
they expect to hnvo their assortment complete,
which will bo kept so, by constant additiona
every week throughout the season. They will,
as heretuforo continue to sell (roods as low as the
KASTJiRN JOllllRRS, fur CASH, or appro
veil p.iprr on the usual credit, und they assure
ll.eir old customers and friends, and all who
de.-in purchnsbis hero, that they will uot bo
undersold in this market.
fitubur.jh, August UO, 1852.
SALV.U, OHIO, APRIL 20, 1802.
M11S. ('. L. CHURCH,
LATE Ol' THE CTTV OF PHTSBURGU
1H-;(3S leave to inform the inhabitants of Ba
lein and vicinity thut she haa brouiiht with her
a lure nssortmeiit of JIOTAMC M KM CIS EH
carolully prepared, in the form of Pills, Pow
ders, Tinctures, Syrups, Ointments, halves and
PWters, together with nn assortment of crude
or unprepared Medicines, which she oilers for
sale o; rcsonuole terms for cash, or such arti
eke of pr-iuai c ns nro used in a family.
J,; Ve, Curni r of Hreen and I.umly S4.
JOHN C. WIIINERY. '
EURGEO:; DEXTLSTII Ojjic over th,
SuL ui iimik Hturo. Tho subscriber would in
firm his friends and tlm public, that ho is strain
nt UU post. Having spent several months in
Cincimiuti, in linil.iiii; himself minutely acquain
ted v. Ith th.' various branches of his Profession j
no leu eonuiieiii oi ueing auto to render tha
fiillct satisfaction to thoso who muy rccjuirehis
fc..lcm, March 5, 3j2.
1)11. C. PEAUSOX,
HAVIXlI permanently located in Kslera,
would lospectfully nnnnunco to the Pubiiu
tiiat ho it prepared to treat Uoinuopathically all
diseases, whether Chronic or Acuto. IIo ulvea
a Kenerid invitation to all, and Hatters himself
lie can rentier general satisfaction.
OITICK AND RESIDENCE, on Maim St.
Ul-VlslTK TUB PoST-OlUCD,
May lo, 13V2. '
The Puhscrilier tins token lip two atrny
lios. T'lu owner is requesled to cull, prove)
propejiy mid lake tlieui nvav.
JAMKrf CI.APSADDLE. '
Pnrry Township, Oct. 7ihf lsO'A