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QHjc nti-5ltu)cr) Bugle.
SALEM, OHIO, XOI'EMBEtl 13, 1852.
Bksoutivb Conmittks mccu December 6th.
Western Anti-Slavery Fair—1852.
The VaTiRR Axti-Slavmy Faib, will be
hld In Salem, commcncoing December Slst nd
continuing two day. The object of tho Fair
i U to aid in tho restoration of freedom to tho
enslaved and in securing and porpctunting the
blessings of tho free, bjr publishing and enforc
ing the principle! of justice and freedom upon
the government and people
Past expertenco here and elsewhere tin do
monstratcd the utility of Fuirs, as a source of
. Anti-Slavery revenue. Wo therefore hopo that
. the friends of Anti-Slavery principles and inca
, euros, will be liberal in their contributions and
prompt in forwarding them. Tho more varied
and extensive the assortment of articles the
better. The ornamental and tho useful, will
be alike available. Tba merchant ran contri
bute from his store, tho mechanic and manufac
turer from his shop, tho housekeeper fiom her
Varied and indispensable department, and tho
products of the Dairy and Furm will be espe
cially acceptable. I,ct nono be backward be.
cause their contribution must necessarily bo
mall. Hcmcmbcr tho importance of our ob
ject the measures indisponsablo to success
and that money is necessary to piocurc them.
Though slavery is for tho present triumphant,
let us not bo discouraged or weary of right do
ing nor tamely submit; but eontinuo faithfully
to remonstrate, discountenance and resist.
' Donations may be forwarded to J. McMillan,
Ssml. llrookc and Tomlinson & llrotbcrs.
Sabau Uowx, Lai ha Haiixaiiv,
IIakmaii J. Tomlixsox, Sauaii N. McMillan,
Ja.xh M. Thp.scott,
Hawaii A. Hanna,
AxOKLIXA 1). DlMIKO,
Hannah M. (muawm,
It VCIIKI. TllLCOTT,
Gerritt Smith Elected.
' Gerrit Smith in elected by n pliirnlity n
little short of 2,000, nn event we hud not iliu
faith to Iiok) for on liia fust niiiiiiunlinu, lint
ne of deep interest to nil, w hiihrr friends
fir foes to frci doni. It is nn event of hope
and triumph in view of Mr. Smith's radical,
snui na we deem them revolutionary views.
Mr. Smith ia not nn anti-shivery Whig or
Democrat liko Campbell mid Seward, Van
Ituren and Itrynnl. He is not n Freo Soilcr
like Ghhling's and Sumner, recognizing the
lawful existence of slavery in the Suite. Ho
tinea not admit in theory, llint shivery rnn be
M sectional" nny more tliuu " iiatiomil," ex
cept liy tho pirates right. A right which
ran never jiive it iiniiiiiuiiy from assault, or
acenrity from extermination by iimioti.tl law
and justice. He ia indeed tho first known,
thorough political Abolitionist ever elected In
Congress, nil others have limited their aholi
linn to the District of Ciilumhiu-the territories
and the slave trudo. Mr. Smith's past life
liaa given ciidenco I lint lie will he Iruo tn
his principles, that lie has manhood which
will not shrink from their avowal ond de
fence. From that position therefore he has
it ia liia power to produce on extensive, desup
nd thorough oblation, such an has never
yet been excited in Congress and through
out the nation.
: Slave holders have felt their strong hold
tinassailed, so long as even Frco Suiters
have taken especial pains to a urn ire them
that they left sacred and imtniii'lied "to the
Salt! the who'e subject of iluveriand the extra
dition offuilwt from wvice." To nssnult
this ciliulcl of their cnnfiileuee on tho flour
of Congress will lie to fill them with mild
ness, if not in smite them with dismay. There
to make this untried assault, is Mr. Smith's
mission in Congress. Heaven, grant, that
ingle handed as lie will he, he may he found
adequate to Iho heroic task. If so, freedom
will receive a mighty, onward impulse,
whatever line of treatment shall hn mcuted
out to him by slavo holders. Were they
even to refuse him admission to his sent, ns
entertaining principles thut were treasonable,
nil designs that were revolutionary uud sub
versive of the Government, it would not ho
wonderful, nor need we enre so that iho
(real principle he represents, viz, (that sluvu
holders are but pirates that their crime can
have no sanction, support, or protection,
from law) is fairly launched before Congress.
Mr. Smith's fidelity to this only radical prin
ciple of a successful anti-slavery movement,
would do more thun nny preceding Congres
sional event, towards bringing deliverance to
the slave. It in effect would he identical
with the disunion movement, nnd so w ill tho
slave holders regard it, though Mr. Smith
himself honestly disclaim it. Long enough
have we contented ourselves with act
ing on the defensive. We want the aggrevivt
doetriuei. oj AMitiunism proclaimed in Con
gress without qualification or restriction. Pro
ceding from that centra of political influ
ence, they will strike (error to tho heart of
, despotism. The god-like heart and martyr
. nerves have never yet been so combined in
any Congressman, os to enufdu him to do this
impleiact of manifest justice, to our millions
of slaves. We now hopo to seo it done.
At what cost to Mr. Smith we cannot tell.
The New York Tribune has the following
announcement of Mr. Smith's success;
' The election of Gerritt Smith to Congress
from a District which gives fierce nnd King,
Seymour, Church, & Co., about 1 ,000 ma-
City, is a sign of the limes. Jt shows that
tnueb. execrated repudiation of the Sla
very plank hi t ither Baltimore Platform is
by no means confined to WhsjK Mr. .Smith
is one of the most ihoroiigh.'o.isistent,
compromising opponents of Human Slavery
in liny rniuiliv. Hn believes it ironff.
tioiiul, nnd will lake, llm oath to support the
i'eih rnl Constitution W illi the nnileisinnding
in emu wiiii, irn,t-pii ii, ,ii mi, tiiKiui e,-
fort to strip Iloinlagc of every shred of pro-
tended legality, nnd exposo it to the ridicule
of tho enslaved nnd the scorn of mankind.
Tin si-, mind you, nrn not our ideas, hut
Gen ii Smith's nnd hu has just been elected
to Congress by n hnudsomc majority, running
riiii,i, nimisi inu regular iiiiiumeea oi inu
two creiit imtiics. Seven-eiuh'hs of the
electors of Oswego nnd Madison counties)
hnve probably voted . for either Scott or
Pierce ; yet thousands of theso snine elec
lors hnve simultaneously voted to scud Ger
ritt Smith to Congress anil hnve sent him.
Let thoso fniiey tlint thn coalition of the
llai nbiirners w ith the various sorts of Hun
kers to " kill Sewnrd," has crushed Anti
Slnvriy, put thrt iii their pipe and smoke
it.' This is but n bi'irinniiiL'.
Wo nrv heniiily glad that Gerritt Smith is
going to Wasli'mt'loii. He if nn honest
brave, kiud-lienrted Christian philnnihro-
whose religion is not put nsido with his
coal, but lasts him clear through 1
Iho week. We think him very wrong in I
some of his notions of Political Kconomy I
nnd quite mistaken in hi ideas thtit tlio !
Constitution is inimical lo Slavery nnd that
injustice cannot be legalized ; hul we henrlly
wish mure such grcnt, pine, loving souls
ronhl find their way into Congress. Ho w ill
find his veal nuyihing but romfortable, but
his presence there will do pood, nod the
Country will yet know him better nnd es
teem him uiuro highly than it has yel done.
The New Voi It F.vcuing Pobt says of Mr.
Smith's election :
"Among the most notable results of the
election in this Stale, is the return of Gerrit
Smith lo Congress. Mr. Smith is universally
known through I ho country for his iineoui
prnmiMiig hostility In shivery. His talents
and influence mo not so generally known.
Hn is one of the most eloquent public speak
ers in tho country. I In is n man ! vast
wenlih, very highly qualified, and qualified
ill eveiy way to stand in the very front rank ol
Slave Cases in Philadelphia.
Three men have recently been on trial in
Philadelphia, before thn Fluted States Cir
cuit Coin I, liir hai boring in. d assisting thir
teen fugitives to escape from their masters.
Tho jury nftcr being out from Thursday
morning until Saturday evening, returned n
verdict against Daniel Cuiillionu, one of tho
defendants, in tlio sum of '2,PC0. The
other defend. nits wero ucquitted.
Thn slaveholders nro greatly lacking in
7.enl or cotimgc, or cases of this kind would
We have a willing j-.uliciary, nnd no lack
of fugitives, who lire harbored. There may
be perhaps often a difficulty in identifying
those guilty of this humuniiy, hut beyond
this they have ever) thing to thcir'owu hands,
to tear ;Uien, who have the misfortune to
curry hearts in their bosoms from their pro
perty nnd their homes. And this is the price
we nro compelled lo pay fur L'liiou with
Onjriiursday of last week Thomas Brown
was also seized as n fugitive, and taken be
fore tho notorious liigruluiui. His csptor
was the equally notorious kidnapper Albert),
whom Governor Iligler pardoned out of the
Penitentiary a low mouths ago, to which he
had been sentenced fiir kidnapping a free
citizen. Tho following account of the mai
ler as fur as known is from the Pennsylva
At n moment's nntico David Paul Brown
and William A. I'earco volunteered ns coun
sel lor tho prisoner, and I lie summary pro
ceedings commenced. A lawyer named Pet
tit, who seemed worthy of bis business and
clients acted as counsel fur the man hunters.
An affidavit taken in Mar) hind, describing
lirnwn, in the iicctii-tomcd negro trailing
style, was presented by Pearco us proof
of bis pioperly in the man j and lo prove his
identity a w itness named Rccd from Mary
laud was produced. Heed swore positively
that bo had known lirown, under nuollier
iiaiiiH, for years, and thai ho was Police's
hlave. Hut his statements, under the search
iug cross exMiiiiualioii of Air. lirown, gave 1
iliu appearance ol an utroeioiis piccu of b aud
to Ihu whole proceedings. Hu testified that j
so liir us lin'knew, Peuicu owned no properly j
except scverul slaves, that bo rented u little
place, and most of tho limn worked (about lit
culling wood uml oilier like jobs; that be'
(teed) believed Pearco inherited bis slaves
from his father, though he did not know that
tho father made a will, and Pea ice's older
brother hud no slaves; that ho hud never seen
Iho prisoner in IVarcu's employ, hut had of-'
ton seen him at work with liirmurs in the I
neighborhood; that ho had heard Puurce
claim him us his slave, and this wills the gen- j
end rumor was his only knowledge of tho ,
fact ; that he lived ten miles from Pcarcc's
and some of I'.'s neighbors; lor w hom the j
prisoner had worked lived much nearer ; that
Alherti cuiiih lo Cecil Co., mid saw Peiirce, '
and 1 1 tn t on Monday, Peiuce and Alburli cull- I
ed on him to accompany them, mid ihey j
cuiue mgellier to I'liiliulelpliui, 1'eatcu bear
mg the expense.
Mnuday evening ho was
taken to seo Brown by a confudcrute of Al-
herti's, uud saw him in iho street, the first '
he had seen him sinco his escape, which !
some time iu 'J.j 'ill '47 or '-lei, ho could i
not tell which. Then il,v nil ... Al. !
berli' nnd spent ihu night
At this stage of the trial it was postponed
to Friday, at lour o'clock i. M. at the request
of both parties.
I' lion tho liice of the case the whole pro
ceeding looks like a wicked conspiracy lo
rob a poor man of his liberty. Alherti sees
him, marks his features and person, goes to
Maryland, finds a claimant iu the purson of
an irresponsible, sottish looking fellow goee
miles and picks up u fit witnes, makes ;
out on affidavit with a description ol li.e man :
anil hurries back, points him out lo the wit
ness, and after ull lodging together and pro
curing their counsel uud warrant, they sie.o
Several witnesses Were present for the
defense to prove that lirnwn hnd resided
hero longer than the liuu, fixed for hi. rs-
cape. Hut a defense is nn empty form he-
fore limrnliain. No tcsti .v rm.l,l ni.
Weight tho five dollars blood money for
which his palm is itching. We are told
huh iiiiiugu no nnu nenru not a word ot the
defense, he said to the hy-stimders, after
postponing the case, that ha hnd 44 no doubt
the nigger was n slave."
Such is tlio juil'O clothed by this Demo-
cnitic Government w ith supreme power over
men's liberties, in Ibis city of hrulheilv love.
suit him to be, agreeable, intelligent and consci
pist, entioualy attcntiro to their comfort ond rcstora
1 """f mT beno recommendation to Dr.
Mmcrofl'e Water Cure. Hut his name recalls
Wash and bo whole, ia the growing sentiment
of the dny. Henco the multiplication of water
cures. To those who are so unlortunate as to
need, wo can confidently recommend tho Uran
villo Cure, (see advertisement.) Not from any
examination o( the premises, but from an inti
mate acquaintance with Its principal, Dr. Ban
croft, has had long and successful experience ns
a practitioner and will be found bv all who con.
iu u ins iiinniy inucpcnacnco ana Dcncvoicnt
devotion to tho Anti-Slavery cause, at a time
w hen it seriously threatened all Ins prospects
and hopes, so to do. He was among the mot
fearless and iudcfiitigablo of Anti Sluvcry pio
neers in Ohio. Had tho spirit of luborand the
determination of purpose, which marked tho
commencement of our enterprise, extended with
our Increasing number, shivery, though it
might be moro rampant, would feel fur lees re
euro of its power than now. Wo hope that
hunkers and progressives, will crowd Dr. llan
croft's Water Cure. Wo think if anywhere,
they w ill thcro find improvement in health and
certainly looso nothing in morals and humanity.
i thrf ntttieil nil l.ia r.i-attn.,a
Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society.
Tho anniversary of our Pennsylvania friends
seems to havo been all they could have expect
ed or desired. We transfer from tho Freeman
lo our colums a part of tho account of its in
teresting proceedings. Wo could not better
occupy them with important anti-slavery mat
ter than by so doing. Our only regret is.that w e
could not givo tho report to our rca.lcr entire.
Tho Pennsylvania S.icicty is ono of tho im
portant organizations on which greatly depends
the integrity nnd pcrmunnucoof tho anti-slavery
cterpriao in this country. From their
proceedings it will bo seen that they nro yet, at
they have ever been, truo to their principles
and faithful to the slave.
Land Ki ioim will Had in Gerrit Smith u
champion, wise, attached and firm.
Ciiaki.li Di-hkt.b. Tho two hunker parties
united for the defeat of Mr. Durkoo. We arc
sorry to say they wero successful.
Letter from C. S. Griffing.
LITCHFIELD, Nov. 7, 1852.
enemies, or tho defection of fulso Brethren, ho
has borne our banner triumphantly aloft, with
tune out concCBimont 0Ild , ithout comptomUo pro
was , . . . , ,
claiming, No union with Slaveholders in Church
vere storm of rain quite a largo meeting was
convened in tho town houso who listened attcn
ten tivciy t0 an expo,ition of our position and ac
tion Aftw w hsd . en Mvcrtol Frco g,
Dkab Mariis: Immediately after tho close
of tho Michigan Stato Convention, wo started
for Ohio, and after a delightful ridu of two and
a liutf days, arrived at our homo in I.itchfiuld.
found tho riding bcnctkiul to me, and have
been improving ever since, and r.nw huvo tho
pleasure to report myself recovered from a most
maliguunt attack of Chill Fever, a repetition of
which I hope never again to cxperionce. P.
Pillsbury returned with us and has been labor
ing since in this vicinity. The first Sunday af
ter onr arrival, meeting was held in this place.
Mr. Pillsbury spcuking with his usual ability
and plainness, and mado a most favnrablo im
pression. On Monday evening by special re
quest, Mr. Pillsbury delivered his admirable
address on the French Involution, nt Welling
ton, and since then wo huvc held Anti-Slavery
meeting', in Sullivan, West field, Hinckley,
Granger, Itichftcld, and Ilrigbton. In every
placo wo hud good audiences and excellent
On Tuesday the day of Election, we pnrtcd
company with Mr. Pillsbury in Cleveland, ho
thrro tuking the cars (or llulbilo, on his way to
his homo in New Hampshire. For threo
months pat he has labored with us most ar
dently sud ellcciivoly to present w hat we con
sider tho best means for tho abolition of Slavo
ry and at no timo ainco the organization of
tho W, A. S. Society, has such labor been
more needed, or moro successfully bestowed.
Tho general delirium consequent upon a Presi
dential election, makes it necessary for us to
stand firm and unwavering, that somo cvi,
denco may bo givon that correct principles nro
potent to sustain us ngaiiut the scductivo influ
ence of Politics and Politicians, even though in
a crisis of theirs they most earnestly implore,
our aid. Tho superiority of moral over Politi
cal action for the furtherance of moral reforms.
Mr. Pillibury has most happily shown, as all
can testify who havo been permitted to listen
to his lectures, and through evil report and
good report, uninfluenced by tho nnathama's-
censures or compluints, of Iteligious or Political
Wednesday evening Joscphino and myself
held meeting in Iloyalton, Tho audienco in
attendance gave evidence of a desire to eontinuo
agitation on this subject, although the Preiidcn
tial election had passed. Thursday evening wo
were at Brccksviilc, and notwithstanding a sc-
present, responded to most of our positions, and
in a truly catholio spirit avowed their willing-
nos and determination to co-operate with any
; and all who were laboring for the overthrow of
Ki,,.,r t , . ,
1 1 ,"'' V""""' W"0
! C0U'nRinB and "' brief acqua.iit.uico formcl
P""" abolitionists of Urccksviilo nnd vicinity,
I'hJassiit remembrance, ono which we hopo
i may ho mutually profitable. Fridny evening
we were nt bonnets Corners. Here too we had
rain, snd a good attendance of Abolitionists,
whoso love for tho cause many waters cannot
quench. Hero too, a good Frco Foilcr came
forward to apologize for his party, who ho ad
mitted w ero not w hat he desired, but had hope
that they might hereafter attain to a respectablo
Anti-0!avcry position. In several places some
donations and pledges were obtained, which are
properly reported to the treasurer of the Rod-
C. S. S. GlllFFIXU.
Letter from G. B. Stebbins.
Raisin, (near Adrian). Mich.
November iind, 1H52.
Fiitr.Nn llomfsoN : This, as you know, is
election day tho great Saturnalia of slavo-
noiuing politician,. I hnvo been to the phico
wncrcino peoplo depoit their votes-very ap
propriately chosen too-a rum selling tavern,
every room crowded with men, the floor plas
, tered thick with a slimv comnound nt mint ....t
inuaero juice, the "sovereigns" spittinj ri 'ht
and left fiifuiidablodisi hrionfv..ll.....i..:...i
Alllivn i nnliii... llm t I. . , i
, , ', ...V biiiuriu .ji i,;,u cigars coriiy
in each other's fuocs, some drinkim: vile wl.
key and viler rum and brandy at Iho bur.
Poor worshipers of that Trinity of spiritual,
physical ond morul depravity, Hum, Tobacco,
andSlaviry! Tlio gathering, too, was com
paratictlf decent, faruhovo su;h assemblage in
cities, towns, or even country neighborhoods.
A Presidential election is this too, no ordiim-
ry occasion, but ono on which multitudes of
men, fathers, sons, husbands and brothers cast
their votes for men to execute the Fugitive
Slave I.iw, to keep a million of women, w ives,
daughters, Willi oil of woman's rich affection,
oricn with queenly beauty nnd uniin-likc puri
ty, in a condition wher all the sweet ties of
kindred can bo rudely torn assundcr, nnd wo
man's virtue is only a mockery among the vile !
Many do this blindly and with little thought of
the great sin they commit; many, alus ! with
hardcncd,hcart, sell their noble birthright of
freedom, manliness, and kind humanity for
somo poor mcs of pottage some nppluusc ot
tho blind and wicked, Somo paltry olMcc.
Vcrrily, Slavery I doing its saddest work,
throwing a s; ell of darkness over a nation's
mind! Hut darkest night precedes duy-dmvn.
Gleams of light are visible now j I could see or
hear no tokens of rnthusiasm, all seemed to go
lo their miserable work, with few words, and
those quietly spoken the moro intelligent
6ccmcd to be ashamed, the ignorant stilled by
feeling that no henity cheering word omno
from tho leaders. Now and then a Free Soilcr
would utter his word of rebuke, and thoso
around shrink awny in fear, knowing that
bis position was manly compared to theirs,
bound though he were, to tho futile "compro
miles,," to break w hich the boldest utmost hold
their breath, n good timo when woids of
earnest boldness shall waken Iho nation, they
shall be snapped liko green with by Iho giant's
arm when strength camo ngninkt him. Our
path is still ouwaiu, our work to "scatter tho
living costs of Truth upon the nation's naked
heart," feeling nnd knowing that ' though evil
seem to prosper yet the Truth alono is strong."
I sat dow n thinking to give, perhaps, w hat
might be called my "first impressions" of Mich
igan as an auti-tluvery field, but have wundei-
ed to another topic.
It is however of small moment. Enough
for me to say ns has been said by others, it
seems a rich field, ripe for tho harvest. The
labors of J. W. Wulkcr, Parker Pillsbury and
others havo done much, but still wo have but
opened the wny for much more. I havo held,
within ten days pnst, nine meetings, nt Wolf
Creek, Cambridge and llnr.e, principally in
school houses, within a circuit of six miles in
well-ieltlcd fanning neighborhood.
lluvc had iu most instances good audiences
and o readiness to hear quito remarkable so
near an ex iling election timo. Shall spend
this week in this vicinity, as the ()uakcr resi
dents on theso beautiful farms arc less occupied
by politics thun many others, and I can there
fore do something hero now; and when
the dio is east and politics ccaso to bo the ab
sorbing topic, gain a batter hearing elsewhere.
I will report progress, from timo to to time,
mcauwhilo accept tho best wishes of
G. B. STEBBINS.
Medina Woman's Temperance Convention.
I.itciu n:i.n Medina Co.,
November 3d, 18.5,'. )
Diiah Mauii si Wo have jiet been hold
ing a Woman's County Tcmperanco Meeting
in Medina County, which wo think portentious
of tho "good timo coming," when that portion
of moral influence, w hich bus slept in tlio mind
of woman, shall be awukened uud employed iu
behalf of cvory object which contemplates the
amelioration and elevation of tho race.
And although ninny of tho women who were
prominent at the Convention, felt culled upon
to disclaim all sympathy with Woman's Bights'
movements, wo aro less inclined to question
their petition in refcrenco to I hat niofemtnt, than
their wuhntatiiiinp of it, sineo their nnmes have
appeared attached to a call fur a Woman' Con
vention, and their uctivo co-operation secured
in tho accomplishment of its object.
Tho meeting was held in Phcnix Hull, a
large, elegant, and commodious building, which
was well tilled through the day, and in the
evening crowded to its utmost capacity, with
the respectable and intelligent of tho county and
villugo. It being court week, several luwyors
gavo us a hearing, and participated in tho dis
cussion of the ltcsotutions w hich wero before
the Convention, A respectablo number 'of
ministers w ero present, alo, who evinced thir
interest in tho cause, by their co-orfrrntion with
us. Tho Ilesoluti ins presented by tho busi
ness eommitte, were generally broad, covering
tho length nnd breadth of ground comprehend
ed within tho jurisdiction of tho Convention,
and wero passed, with one exception.
Tho conservatism of tho Convention objected
to this Resolution on the ground Hint it clsim
cd too much Ur v.omnn. That no precedent
was found for its Catholicity ir. the Bible, nrd
thnt it might to some extent characterize the
Convention with the unpopular idea of " Wo
man's Bights" nn idea which a voncrnblo min
ister at the opening af tho Convention repudi
ated as wholly irrelnvsnt to i!s ol jret, and one
which he ventured to hope might " not enter
tho heart of nny present "
The "common sense" of the Convention was
invoked for the suppression of a Resolution at
once so fulse and 'ridiculous,' which wns proper,
ly responded tn, and tho resolution wns lost.
So the Convention preserved its dignity within
its ow n proper limits.
A communication frnm Mrs. Severonce of
Cleveland was read w hich contemplated high
toned and earnest action In woman as a last and
hopeful resort. A letter was aba received
from Mr. Frohoik, the well known friend of
Tcmporanre, but came too Into for the Conven
tion, which was deeply re;;rettcd. A commit
tee w as appointed to communi. nte with Tcmper
anco women throughout tho State, upon the
propriety of holding a Slate Convention o
Columbus, the coining Winter, to form a St.te
Society and to petition the I.rgihituro for the
M nine I.nw, A County Commilfco wo also
appointed to cull meetings nnd to carry for
waid the enterprise In our own vicinity.
Tho Spencer Family were present and gave
spirit and interest to the meeting by their n;i-
propimtc nnd soul-stirring music. Mrs. M. A
llrnwnsnn of Medida presided With much
ability and grnio.
JOSEPHINE S. GRIFFING.
Treasurer's Report, from October 8th, to November
Pledges nnd Donations.
L. M. Austin,
J McMillan, Treasurer.
Receipts for The Bugle for the week ending
Joseph Iia'.l, Salem,
(, Set rs, I .nn 1st own,
I.. L. Laslt-r, Wilkinsville,
W. W. llaii'croft, (Jinnvilh-,
Dayless italidolpli, Puck's J O.,
A. Iliscy, Columbiana,
JoM'pli Tuylor, Sow Jtahiniore,
We have tlio pleasure of acknowledging
Iho receipt of Oi:o Hundred Dollars, from
tho Ladies Anti-Slavery Hewing Circle ol
Cincinnati, lo bo nppropi ialcd in aid of ihu
WATEtt-fUltE AND INFIRMARY,
run tuj: cum: or ciuio.xw diseases-.
Located at (Jkanvilli:, Lickino Co., O., and
combines tl.o nilvaulagi-s of oilier good estab
lishments, a healthy locntion, a supply of pure
water, gymnasium, a skilful lady in 'charge of
the I'emalo pulients, a physician who has had an
extensive practice of li.i years, &c, S.e.
Females w ho have been confined to their beds,
unnblo to walk or sit up for from one to twenty
years, in consequence of nervous, spinal, or
uterine disease, arc especially Invited to corres
pond with or visit ui. Universal su-ccss in
the treatment of this class of diseases has given
ns conlilcme, and wo say to all such, even
though they havo suffered much of many Phy
sicinm, muku ono moro trial. Terms from ij;G
to $ 12 per week. Patients furnish towels and
packing materia!. Ad.lre.'s,
W. W. X1ANCP.OFT.
Grnnvillc, Nov. 5, 'ui.
SCHOOL TEACH KUS OF COLUMBIANA
CO UN TV.
The u.NiEiisicN!i!, School Examiners, will
hereafter hold pulilic meetings lor tho JLzami
natiun of Applicant', on the lira', and third Sut
uiduy of each month. Uuartcily mcu'ings as
heretofore, will be held on tho third Snturduy
of December, March, Juno and Scptombor, ul
which meetings applicants aro entitled to Cer
tificates free of churgo. No Examination will
he held in private, nor upon any day except
those above named. Strict attention will be
paid to the qualification nf the Teachers.
Each applicant, for every Certificate he receives
will bo required to stand tho test of closo ex
amination. 1. ANDERSON
T. O. HUSTON,
a. l. w.vifswoiiTir,
Jluartl nf llramintrt.
JOHN C. WHINERY,
SURGEON DENTIST W OfU, oivr th,
Siilein lioiik Stort. 'i ho subscribe r would ill
form his friends uud the public, that he is r.gnin
nt his post. Having spent several months in
Cincinauti, in making himself minutely acquain
ted with tho various brunches of his Profession j
he feels eonliJent of being ublu to render the
fullest s itisl'uotiuii to those w ho may re julrchi
Salem, March li, W?.
ISAAC TIlliSCOTT. CI.AHK TIIKSCOIT.
I. TUESC0TT fvt'o.
SALEM, OHIO, Wholesale and Retail Doid
crs in School, Classical and Miscellaneous
Rooks and Stationery ; Drugs and Medi
cinesj Shoes and Groceries.
March ii, 18.12.
JAMES BARN A BY,
MIMIC.' II ANT TUMUti
.V. Siile Main-Si., tint Door Wmtnf Suian Vouk-
atore, Salrin, On'o.
Coats, Vesta, Punts, &o., Made to order and
Wanuuted to Give Satisfaction.
The Tailoring Hush ess in sll its liraches
esrricd on as heretofore.
J A 11 arc ('lianco for a Snug Ilomef
I WII.T, be sold on reasonable term a first rats?
I is. I. I.-, nil .r o ....... u I .u . !
iiiiiu i ail.1, I'l ot Here-, o ol vi jiicii matin,
bcred, 2 miles s mh rnstr.f Salem, on thcNv
Lisbon road. The improvements are a nevv
two-story finmo house, a first rate frame bank
burn, &c. It is good land and a plenssnt situs
lion. Possession given on tho 1st of April next;
nr sooner if ilcsiicd. For terms, apply on ths
premises, to ANNA WitlGHT. .
Or to II. T. Wright, tit Chessman & Wright's,
Noveml rr fi, ISjJ.
THIS INSTITUTE, w ith some modification
mi l restrictions thnt cannot fail lo prove bene
liciul to tbr.sn vho may hereafter attend it, will
coninuii e i's third Winter Session, (of 19
wei'K-,1 w inner iitr, I.,.
An nhlc Teacher or the Latin, Greek, French
nr.d German Languages is now innnrcrrd with
It. Instruction run he bad on the I'inno of a
Li 1) in ths vil'iiT-, w'no is an excellent per
former, nnd nu experienced Tescber. i
Tuition from i;:,on to .f,,io per Quarter ot
11 weeks, with moderate extra charges for
French, ttcimnn, l'cncil and pen Drawing,
M;i:tihiiig,l'.'iialinn iu Water Colors nnd Mono
chromatin Tainton.', nn I also, for attending Dr.
Mack's Illustrated Lectures on Anatomy nnd
PI "v-inloy, and Mr. l.n.-k's Lis-oiis in Tea
lii.iiishi;. 'J l;o Instlin'ion is furnished with Anntomi
c.d Pl.it-s, Jii torical Churls, Outline Maps,
Apparatus and Mil er ils.
Mo huts ran hire the ii-o of nil Text Roolts
nee le 1 b. t'.o Institution, except In a few nf ths
n.o-t advanced (.hisses, nt tiie rate of On" Dol
lar per ( J iartrr. Roi.ks cim, also, be purchased
in th'! Viil-'j", nt low prices. A tuple arrange
niei.is nie now b' ir? mn le to accommodate
Stndi n's with cnml'i.ttnMn l.enrd, which can bo
hud on very mclerato terir.s.
Thus" i!c: irin ; particulars tan oMuin a cata
logue lie nm). anied by a lull circular, ond anj)
s hliiioii.d intoruiati'Mi ihcv may wish, by at
dressing W.M. McCLAl.V, frineipaU
S ill in, C..1. Co., O., Oct. 2, lo',.(.
Th" li'h'h S'nre, I'nde 'J'r.m't Chin, '
;,y,';i (fa'.e llnmT.ic; Xifihl Wr n . Viinrf',
(Vi'i'-ml nfdv'nj:, I),:iiit' Hivrftliont,
CarhiYn ). fSUiliar,,V,itr. Jluminm, vrfs.
J, 11,111, It'tiLrtarc Liiqrlvpacdia, '
An 1 n f-plend:.! assortment ol fancy presents
ti in Pn-jl. i, and an en Hess variety of Juveniles.
AVo, a l:T,:cfrto.!; tf XJ:Mc, lE-toiicnl, l'oct
leal.Seiei.titi , Miieell.mer.UH, nnd School books,
Stetl prni, IJ.dd pens, ArceriVrtis.Toys, Fancy
Aitirlcs, lllmil; Rnr.ks, IVrtl'dios, Sl.s.tes, rilidi
com;i!cte rsortu ent of lain end furry Station'
oiv, just received n-vt t -r sr. le nt J. McMillan's
ClIlv.W' LOOK M'O ,':.':, ii dnws cist of tho
Town II ill, w here e very book in the market can
be procured, it't nlctcd, ct the lowrit prices for
cash. In a t.iition lo ti.o n':ove cn bu found a
nice l. t of Wall ond in-low Paper.
s..:kin, o.toLir r:, lb
". (;;ri emjinj mm lure io fitQit a .Sitings
J in.- (it ; tiiyfytiz h' j urie into hit head.
I'onrV.Vc ,:t cniitrt can i.si ; it
it ut h-i nr,ti!nr.::t tv-rg mciRtnl, uiiJ attenjt
uLo t- piu: 1 ! it . 1 'it am i.i , ,'
To rJirrliahis, llrrk?, 'liarlicii, Slutltutl,
r.iiil All .uci. .. .-.
Jt'ST pi:r.I.L-IIKD. nmv nnd com.
ph In set uf Kules by u hich nil thu furidul
nieiitid fipi.Tiilious of Aiilciiielic innv be lieri
fiii ineil in nn incrcdih y ahoit rjirtte. of time.
in mi urne n uinsicr in ineni will require nol
more I In: n cnuplc bniirs' Flililv of unv irnoil
soiiud iiiiml: mul the student w ill thereby l e)
enabled to Add, .Subline!, Multiply, or Di
vide, in nny sum no mutter of how runny'
figures, innro ncem atelv, (.indeed, bemnd tltt
jmsiUi!iti cf tin error,) nnd in less Unmount
luiirlh the nine required m iu! 0, system.
i licse i' inulami iii:,! Itules nie follow rd
y An lvMiiniinilieiii into the PronertieS of
Numbers, which teu further facilitates lii
I bet i' nro nlso end raced in iho work-,
nn.i'.s run nn: caix-i i.ation ov
I.N'l'liKl'.SP, which will work out the inter
est i t tiny rato upon nny stun with the uf
most arrr,tni, mid a simplicity mid ipiick
nehs fully equal to nil tin: other operations by
this, nnd aMly t-tipeiior to nil coutscs in tho
'i ugciher, these form the Most Coturi.r.TB
Tn rati si: on tin; Science of Numbers tiveV
issued nnd am incalculably valuable to nil
inen (Voiii their nevci-.ai!ii.g ncciirncy, ami
to bit: ini ss mi ti lictii t!ie immeiisc niiiotuit
of time lin y Favu li oni tho most u enrisouio
detail of busim-. lif-. IV.it ii-ulnily oiiphl
they to bo in tho luiiuU ot f.!i tclmnls nnd
Clcik", 'iVnchcrs ci:d t'tuilci'.t.-, r.ml Vounj
Men t'' lici.il v.
of the prcseiil cdiiiun nru being hur
ried oll'i l ii price trenliy reduced from that
(v'i) ui wliich ihu balance wem sohl.io make '
ruiuu uir ii now ciimiiiii in i,o gotten up in a '
magiiilici ni nnd nnd cosily stilo iiiinndiute
ly upon closing cut tho present one.
tty' l-very purchaser is humid (us a ini"t
ler of jiiKiieu mid urolcclimi in thn ronu .
lightest) by bis nicn.il pleilgo of honor, lo
use the Processes fiir thn instruction of biui
self only, mid tu iinpait iho iiifiirnuition oh-
iniiicii triiiii i Iti-iii to mi one.
OV 1" oliin'ui the Processes it is nccca
saiy In givo such ii pledge, wiih tho price,
Tliicu 1),. liars, enclosed in u b.ller, lmtl-puid,
directed to p. Mav Makki.f.v, i'linkstowji,
WcsbinclMii Coumy, M,u y land. The Pro.
resscs will hu liirwaided pust-pnid, lo tba
given uildrcsH. I!u paiticiilnr to wrim Iho
iinme of the Post OHice, County, nnd Stole,
diMiiicily; wiih ibo'o neijlecliiig this, mis
lakes fii i)iieitlly occur.
t Those preli riing ii, enn order copies
ol llm fiirthcoming edui wliich will bo
ready i.buut the holidays. The price will bo
.fti; orders sent he fori its issuo will be filled
iiskioii as the copies me ready, for '.l.
f.oo-sl A cents Viiu(tl.
In every town, nnd all through die roun
try, grcnt Lumbers of cnjiics ol lliese Kiib s
can beilinposed of by nny onu who will only
liiko the tiuublu In iral e thi ir scope known.
They coinpiiec thai which business nicn.nnd
eveiy body, has long Ii It tlio want of, and
will c, bully obtain. 'The nature of the busi.
ness i. lions uiiy ono lo net ns Agent, null lo
energy cn.turij u largo toward. As. before,
explained, tb0 business, requiring privacy,
orders from Agents nro filled in seimrnlo
smiled envelopes for delivery through their
hands. When n luiiuber of iluee copies er
moro nro ordered with iho reiniltnnce at on
lime, 'Si per cent, is ullowed tu ha retains J
as tho Agent's lie ; mid 50 per centon .'
tiers for eight copies or inoiv. .
Heptemlier 05, IS.VJ,