Newspaper Page Text
New Modes of Spiritual Communication.
A controversy which nppenrs in the Spir
itual Telegraph, between pa editor, Mr. lirii-
Eon, and a Dr, Richmond, dcvelnprs f tic; diet
hat tha spirits,' have taken n new mode of
'oniniflnicnting with the world. Wc give
lha statements of Hie 'JMrgraph, viih the
names of the subscribing v nuci-ic, us wc
pit li ilicni.
STATEMENT OF THE MEDIUM.
Denr Sir I linvn been solieiti il ly n inn
pial friend to irtnl yen a roiu-isc statement
pf fny ejc'iiiTiciiro, ns roni'cetcil with some
mysterious writing which have occurred in
my room, a fac timile of one of hirli up.
Reared in iiumhci nino of tlm Spiritual Til-
C- tgraph.' J comply w'uli the request, though
i cunlrnrii'ty lu my iiiclimuiniis, which
ouhj, prompt mo to shrink liom un) pi.lc
The original pnprr containing the nuln
graphs I found on my table, nliout linn;
o'clock one allcrnnnii. on mv rcinrii Irnui
business; the pnper used being n sheet of
drawing-paper, wlueli wns Incidentally left
bn my table-, nrtil which I nmsurn wns blank
yhen 1 left Iny room in iho forenoon. The
succeeding autngrnpli manuscript, a rcpie-
i alien of which wns published, was executed
n my room, on n piccn of p.'itrhmeiit, hll
till 'my table, I iv direction of the spirits, for
Uiat purpose. litis wns written on dm in"
he night, whilo I fi9 in my room mdccii.
I would ndd, that ninny of ilu; signatures on
he parchment were entirely slrungo to me.
having never seen Ilicni bclbic.
1 have also had several specimens of vn-
riotis oricntnl languages, w litlrn in my mom,
bn paper winch I ronhl identity ns my own,
though iho languages were unknown to mi.
.These have been written on, hoih when I
here been in mv.rooni nml when I hnvo been
absent. Hcvorai of the languages referred to,
had never seen prior to my nequa'mtace
"sriih them through theso miMienl manu
scripts, and of cnurso did Hot know w hat
(ha were, linlil 1 hud anhmiiird them to n
itiaiilat, who rend tin in w - at la liieility.
The first of which J received who', ns I nm
Informed through tlio kindners of Prolcssur
Mush, a quotation honi the ), 'J estnincnl,
Written in Hebrew. Tho execution of this
occurred nbont three o'clock in tlieaficr-
pobn,soou aller 1 had relumed from mv
lusinesr. I was nlona in my mom, when,
hrotigh the aoiiuda w hich then occurred in
hiy presence,' 1 wna rciineutcd to lonvo the
room for the space of five minutes, during
Which interval they "dm apiiits" promi
dan attempt to wiitc. obeyed their ro
qutat, and went into a room below, wbero
fiat toy sister. 1 told her what had trnuspir
fed, and ut the expiration of the five minutes,
we both ascended to my room. Imle:id ol
finding, as wo bad ronpTlnred we should,
ome directions, written in JCnglih, wn ili
aavered thia Hebrew ipintution, tlm ink on
lb paper being alill ni'iihsoihcd, tililionli
aiicr cxerii:icnt proved Hint tlm ink of n
hand, heavier than Unit in which thullew
lrw was w ritttn, would, on the hiiiiic kind of
paper, jiivn'riiibly dry in from two to three
That tiicao wi ilina hnvo not been impos
4 upon me, I know, beeiiine I have t;i
if of Hum urilten. 1 have seen them writ
Unlit the day lime, ns well iid in the nielli ;
and that I wim in no "nlinormal mnpielic
atola," I infer from llm fact that my consci
biianeaa of tho viiciimntimcea of outward
life remained unimpaired. Tlm riiiping ol
El fjrc!-bel, liiov itiy of engines, Hie tolling
the bulla ut the lerry, the paddling of the
at'a wheels, and various other noise a com
tncu to the city, were no lees distinctly heard
that at other timea.
That thcae writings were not perpetrated
by myself, 1 have iimny atrong proois. 1'irst ;
J bad never seeti nny pcrimeiia of the lan-
I cages in which most of tho manuscripts
rrt written, find even to tho pitnenl ditto,
I have seen no other ppccimuiia of one or
Po of the Innipuigcs Hol d. Second : That
wer w hie h bus comiiiiiiiii'uled to us in our
f ircle, tliroii(;h thu rappinps uml lining ol
nblca, prolissea to hnvo perlbriiii d this w i i
That tjipo rntuiiii -'ri nml lifiin" nro not
the results nf un uhtiormal inaiietii! state,"
I iiityc reusou to hiinposu liom llm (act lh.it
jiiaiiiltstiitioiiH have been made in our r'n cle,
In the ti lit, palpnbiu to the various sein.es ol
til prcaeiit, which, by far, Biii pusscd, in point
fit power, the capability of nny onu in tl.u
circle lint this, too, w ith nil the rest, is hut
a funry, a drciim, then is my whole lilii but u
llrenni a very real dream mid not nllogcth'
r poelieal in its course.
' Hud I limn and disposition, I niifjit relate
facts aiilVicient to till n volume, in i,,l i:ion to
tins matter, the majority ol w Ineh would lii
' yor none other than the spiritual theory ; but
as I ant no literary character, I will hero leuve
' the matter tn Iho numerous others who are,
iSml whom firts tiro tiouhls as much to
the point us my own.
- Vours truly, V.. V. Fowi kh.
New. York, August, 1 e.VJ.
. fp tho foregoiti", flli. I'.itton adds the
aulijoinrd statement of Diets, which bud been
Iirepored by Mr. Chin les I'artiidae, ehicily
iotji C tniuiites of the New Vork circle :
STATKUKMT CO.NCF.nM.NU TUB MAM FCIIleTM.
The Authenticity of Hpiril-Writinpa whieh
' have been Eiven to this circle, through l .d.
Wftld P. I'uwler lis medium, having been
, fulled in qucMion by Dr. Kichinoud, the tin-
OUUitillcd beg leave to vtiitii that they have
been in the hiihil of ntteudiiig circles with
Mr. I'owler, for the iiivesiigiujon id' tipiiiuud
, iMietiniiienn, lor tlio last two years, generally
. once, and KUineliiues twice n week. DiirinL'
. lllCLO sessions, ii creat Vaiietv ol' dioimi'siu.
jioiia "of sptlililal preseueu iiihI iower luivu
jcciired,and iiiiiiicioiih roiniuuiiicalions Iiiimi
lMsen given, soino of which tuny bo thus
urieny auiieu I
I'eraons at the circle have been imexncel
' edly pune.l round whir tho rhnir on which
limy were anting, nud moved to imd IVnm
thtu'hlo: chuirs and solus have uddeidv
ktarted frotn their posilioiis against the wall,
Cmf moved lorwurjt to tun centre ol thu room,
'heft they were required in the fnrniaiinn
' if the circle) tho nrsous in llm circle have
' HCt alicceesively lilted Ins own sido of tlm
table, oud the invisible power has ruined iho
ippoeilri side correapiindingly ; cceasioiinlly
the spirits have raised tho table entirely, and
austuinWf it in the air, at the distance ol from
4ne to tbrea' Yiiej from tho (loor, so that ul
fcould satisfy themselves that no person hi
the flesh was lotiehiug it j lithls of vui ioui
jwitm liar been irudiiccd in dsrjc rooms '
the table has often been rocked with preat
violence, nnd suddenly and tine xprcledly
to the whole company it him been instantly
nncMcd nud held firm and immovable, with
the upper riirliien inclined to nil nngle of
anmo l)! ty-f.vo degrei s, W hen the lamp, pen
cils nml other objects on the table, would
! slide or roll oil" on the very edge, nml there re
: main I'xcd ns if rivited to tho table t n man
has been suspended in,niid conveyed thmugli
the nir, in nil a distance of fifty Icet or inoie.
'I'lie commmdcaliniia have been given "in Va
rious wnya, but chiefly in writings and by
the Nippinga, after the ordinnry iilplinhetieal
To establish the authenticity of the spirit
writings through Mr. Fowler, the following
specific statements seem to he required i At
the close of I lie se-siotl held on the 17th
of November, lf.l, the spirits through the
alphabet, and ill Ilu ir usual manner said,
" Ve wish In give you n sentence for you to
find out mid remember," when the following
was communicated : " Dehemoa lunar a to
do el mnndo, niiuii n liueMins enemigns."
No perrons present on thai occasion under
stood a word of this language, hut we were
atil'Hcquriilly informed that it was Spanish.
At tlm silling on thu !i-lth of November,
IP." 1, the rpii its eiiuuneneeil w ild their sig
nal iiir the alphabet, nml llm following
mess-go wna roimmuiiealed to the circle :
"My dear liiends I am happy to iiu
noimi'O to you that tho project which has
engaged our attention Iiir soiim years bus at
last been ill part accomplished.
tyiMn'on. Do J nil refer to what look plnro
with F.ilward in tho nights of Friday and
Saturday last ?
litf.ccr. " Yea.1
HimHoH. Was Iho writing in Hebrew
executed in I'.dvtaid s presence chosen by
the spills ns significant of u new ipiiituul
I '.rn 't
The Spirit. " I'niiiallj."
Hero the colbupiy was interrupted, and
llm spiiits charged the medium as follows
the alphabetical mode of communication be
preserved, "Fdwaiil, 1 wish vnu to get n
book and note down very partleulai ly what
you have witnessed and will yet see.
Mr. l'rlntt:xc. If I had been in the
room eould I have seen what Kdward saw ?
Thr. Spirit. "Your sphere would not have
ndmmiiifd us to present ourselves, even to
I!; tome ont. " Who was the smnll man
that F.ilward saw in his room?"
Spirit.-"'yim small man wna II dineinnnn.
On Tuesday evening, December 1 J ill,
le.1l, w hile specimens of w riting in Hebrew
and Sanscrit executed by spiiils in Fd
wnid'srooui n day or two picinus were
under xamiiiiition, thu signal for tha nlpn
bet was given, and thu following communi
cation spelled :
" F.dward, put that pnper on vnur table,
nid no will wiitu n senliineiit nnii subscribe
our names; then you may sign il too."
A paper was nceordingly placed on the
table, ami, on the followiinr'dav. in tho nli-
M'lico of Mr. Fowler, tho words, " Peuce,
nm not without iiccilom," were writen on
the paper, together with nearly nil tlm nuto
graphs mi ingiaved fit limite of which
was puhli.-heil in No. U of tho Snirilual Td.
PMibscqiieiilly on two separate occasions,
viz : on llm ICili and 2-2i.il of December, re
marks weru made relative to the paper, and
the signing of il by those of the circle who
concurred in the senliineiit it was supposed
io leaeu. fnmo hail signed it already, but
irregularly, nud in such ti maimer us to leave
no room lo record its histoiy, which was re-
gretteit ny nil. At length the spirit said :
"Willi that ami wo will muko another."
This direction was obeyed j Iho paper was
destroyed, nnd two aheu'ts of parchment was
procured and placed in n roll on Fdward's
lahh', nnd liming llm uigbl of September
'trd, 111, the same sentiment, ' Pence, but
not without freedom," was ngtiiii w rilien nnd
filiy-six niitngrnphs attached, including all,
or nearly all, thu names on tlio first paper,
with reveral others.
At tlm next meeting, which occurred on
the 2")tli of December, the sentiment nud
Mgnalurus being lor coiisideralioii, the
question arose ns to what was proper lo he
wrilien as tho history of tho manuscript,
when the billowing message was received
liom thu spiiits: "Now ngreo upon what
should bu w i iiteu on the piuchiuciil." The
spirits then directed Dr. (Jrny, Dr. Hull, Mr.
lianer nud Mr. I'artiidge, to reliro
lo number room nud determine as to what
should Iki wrilien on thu parchment. Dr.
Hull was then designated ns the ono to exe
cute I he writing, which wna done according
ly. It whs then naked il the signatures were
m each case execuled bv the w ill of rnel.
spirit whoso union appears, or done by one
operator for iho whole? Answer I "Fnch
lor himself; by the aid of the battery.
During the session of tlm 1!), of Janua
ry, IH.VJ, tho spirits signified their desire to
make n communicalioii in Hebrew. Mr.
I'.ii'riilgn asked who shall call the alphabet,
nnd received Iiir nn answer, uTht on!i ona
prwnt who undrrstnwh il (2kohui: IIlsii."
Professor Hush, thereupon proceeded to re
peat Iho Hebrew nl hahct, and n communi
cation in thai hmgiiago wns received.
Many ndiliiional fuels might be given, to
shotv that Spiiils comn ieale' in vmioiis
languages through F.. P. Fowh r, but the
abuvo will suffice for llm purposes of this
statement. Vo caniiol allow tho present
occasion to pass without an expression of the
entiiu confidence nnd unqalified esteem
with which Mr. Fowler is regarded by the
members of the New York Circle, nud by
huso who know biui generally. We have
bad mi intimate personal acquaintance with
him lor two years past some of us (iir a
bineh longer period and wo havo only
known him as a high-minded and honorablo
young man. From the beginning he has
steadily lehised lo accept llm slightest, com
pensation (in- his jio mid' services while
employed in thu rut ity of medium. And
we deem it bin as mi net of simple juslicu
to .Mr. 1 owler'lo reeoid the fuel, that, oil nil
. .....isiun-. we nave louml him entirely unna-
smnuig in his deportment anil eminently
Irulbful in his li:iv '
. T.llalioek, M. J).,
I.. T. Warner, M. D.,
Ahiiirn I,. Fowler,
.wnmui I T, Fowh r,
A. G. Hull, M. D.,
W. J. Ilaner,
John F. Oay, M. 0.,
Mr. Si'M is. Partridge
Qy ."ninchoily says that "devil" is n
menu word any way it may lie written.
vemovi. the D uml it is evil; remove tho
IU ami il is vile ; remove tho V nml ir i.
ill: remove tlm I nod iha I. .. i . i.
i .. - - ."i.Mioif, which
has the nspirnte sound of urn itself!
BY GEO. W. ELLIOTT.
I love thec, Autumn, though thy days,
"When Summer's brightest robo decays,
Aro aaddcKt of tho year;
I lovo thec, though the chill night air
Ilath blighted all the flowers fair,
And tnndo tho gay fields drear.
How beautiful tho forest trees,
"When, ruffled by the gentle breczo
That comes of, stealing by,
Tho lombro hue, the lively green,
The gnltlcn apnnglcd In between,
Kcvcnl their richest dye.
Ilia purplo lenves of tho "Old Ouk Tree,"
Tho ornnge dresa of tho hickory,
Arc seen in colors rare
Tho " Mountain Pino,'' that IIo-meii aings
Above them all her green cap flings,
In proudest triumph there.
And though tho chill autumnal brcco
Until khoicd the leaves that deck tho trees,
And killed them with its breath;
Yet loftcned by tho mellow har.o
Which like a spirit round them phiys,
They're beautiful in death.
The Apple-trees aro bending low
With fruit whose juice ere long will Cow
To chper tho festal board ;
The choicer kinds nro picked with rare ;
Tho Spilxenbiirg and Orcenir.g rare,
Tor winter u-o arc stored.
The Children, too, now t;ke delight
In lotiining where tho frosts of nilil
Have made tho ripo nuts full,
They gaily sport in childiah glee,
And pacing round from tree to tree,
Tliry cull tho best from all.
There's beauty In tho varied dyea
Of cloudj r.ow sailing o'er the skies,
Like fairy spirits flying;
There's beauty seen In every place,
Which nature hath prepared to graeo
The couih where Summer's dying.
I love thec, Autmn, for tho thought
Which thy reh acenca to mo havo brought,
When viewed at dawn or oven,
That though liko Hiwor lately bright,
We too must wear tho pall of night
Wc may yet bloom in heaven !
Evils of Poverty.
It is one of tho worst annoyances of pov
erty thai il debars a man from many privil
eges, which nl first glance, seem lo bu exclu
sively his. A rich man can afford to ihess
muru shabbily than a poor one. A wealthy
merchant can wear n shabby coat, but bis
clerk, on threo hundred n yenr, must wear
ono of tha latest stylo and having llin exsetesl
lit. A man owning u block of riiy buildings
can afford to rent tho second story of one
cheaper than any of bis own; for his family
residence ; but his penniless neighbor must
lake a whole house, havo his tiiinio on the
door plate, and nobody clso's sign on the
front, or give up bis hopes of getting into
business. A banker's wil'o enn afford In re
ceil e calls in a six-penny calico dress ; but the
lady of our friend whose only earthly means
tiro his salary of a thousand per annum, must
never bo seen in her parlor but in silk or
something cquully cosily. An heiress goes
into tho country with n three shilling bonnet,
ami looks " so neat uml lovely,'' without a
grain of jewelry about her; w hile the jour
neyman milliner must wear her four dollar
bonnet, and be loaded with golden ornumeutM,
nil Income out of bor three dollars wages per
week. A rich man may amuse himself of a
morning playing the Crutou upon his side
walk and the plants in his yard. If we, in
our medioeiiiy, if not in our poverty, do it,
wu must rise with the aim, and be through
with the refreshing exercises before our neigh
bor looks out of his from door, or we ure de
graded to the level ol n "mini eervaiil." Your
millionaire can refuse to subscribe to a benev
olent i llnrl ; wo nro mean if we decline. If
he gives of his income a fraction whose nu
merator is a unit, nnd its denominator n sum
larger than ever was entered in our nrcount
books, hu is applauded. When wo givo to
thu amount of the liuudreth pui t of our siilary,
we urn ashamed.
A doctor of divinity can nflord to wear a
"shocking had hat ;' the young licentiate
must nlwnys sport n new one, nnd not one
bough! iu the Ihiwery either. A wenlthy
physician can a third in make his calls on foot,
as Dr. John .Mason (Jood always did, when
bis practice amounted to more'thuii $10,000
per minimi, or avail himself of an omnibus
when it is on his route. The young mid un
known physician, who feels that be is as rich
ns Ciu siis in the remote prospect of $1,400,
must make his calls in n gig, or cease to at
tend the patron out of whom be confidently
expects to get one quarter of that vury re
spectable amount of money. A lawyer in
good practice can nfl'oid lo walk leisurely a
cioss the Park.
A younger ami briefless limb of the law
must always carry n piiekngo tied with red
tape, always look heated, perplexed and over
run with business.
And n wealth of reputation is sometimes
no less servieenblu than
i t'nsa, w hen he addriisseil Iho "uiilen ilied" nl
luiiimiiuv. could afford m ihmu, ,.ivi.;.
slock nud vest. Your unknown orator, who
never was a defeated candidate for any thing
higher than Inspector of Flections, must buy
a new coat lir such un occasion, nnd spend un
exirii hull-hour at the barber's belbie ventur
ing bis speech. .V. )'. Timet.
Qukkr CoNcr-iTS. The Ilelfust Journal
relates u I'unnv storv of n 1 1 1. .. i.
. . . r ., I'uimci, iiu
. bud lor n subject the attendee of Isaac. He
ropreseiiied Abraham ns n sturdy old Dutch
. blirehf,r liCeltiit ninl... .. . i . ..
. p h" "ciuillimoil, Willie
Ibu uiierceding ungel spits in Hie pa,, lo'ston
the sucrilice. 1
Art ino, in his F.ncycloprudio of Anocdotes,
records Inanv inslaoew nl' l,.....l.i.i..
chronisma ol painters, and among others,
that of (lie picture of Fdeu, in which Adam
find I.vo occupy the foreground, while in the
mckground a O'ermiin student is shooting
bucks. There is an old painting, by a
! renrh artist, of the Lord's Supper, iu which
the tuhlo is decorated m each end with ttt:n
bleis holding cigar lighieis?
Ao general thing, children nro allowed to
devour confectionary without lei or hindrance
gome parents w ho Imve got their eyes open
to the evils resulting from indiscnminntn in-1
diligence iu Ibis practice, having interdicted
tho whole Iribo of Candies, but this clnsi is
not large. There nre confectioneries that are,
doubtless, harmless ns augur; but the great
massof then, are poisonous. In a recent
niiielo in Dickon's " Household Words" wo
find the following statement: ' '
" British confectionary contnlns plnster of
Paris, chalk, slnnh,' sulilmto of biryten,
bronze, copper loaf, tin leaf, arsenito of cop.
per, carlsjuoto ot copper, virdigris, rhrPtmilo
ol lend, red lead nnd Vermillion. Tho tnin -
crnls here named nro nil poisonous. Our
bright yellow comfits contain n dangerous
and insidious poison chromato of lead,
which is used so largely for giving it slight
vellow lint lo ginger lozenges. Lot the Hi it
U consumer, who hnaollen during the winter
season, Inken ginger lozengo in his mouth,
not be surprised at a slight foiling in his
health. The emerald green sugar plumbs
ami oiuamenis in so ir havo hcen colored
with a still more dangerous poison, nrscnite
of copper. Theso mineral pills offered to
the young population of Great llriliiiti do
their work. Dr. Lethhy aiates that, lo bis
certain know ledge, there hnvo Issen seventy
ruses of fatal poisming during tbroo yours
traced to the tiso of confer-tioiiury made nnd
colored in this country.
I Would if I Could.
I would If I could,"
Though much Its In use,
Is but a fnllneiotia
And alugih excuse ;
And many a person '
Who eould if he would,
Is often heard saying,
' I would If I could."
" Come, John," said a sehool-hoy,
I wish you would try
To solve this hard problem
Now don't you deny ; "
But John in that moment
Wu not in tho mood,
And yawningly answered,
" I would if I could."
At the door of a mansion,
In tattered rngi clad,
Flood a poor woman begging
A morsel of bread ;
Tho rich man scarce heeded,
While trembling alio stood,
And answered her coldly,
"I would if I could."
The scholar receiving
His teacher's advice;
Tho swenrer admonished
To shun such a vice;
The child when rctpicstcd
To try and "b good ;
Oft gives tho aame answer,
" I would if I could."
But if wo may credit
What good pooplo any, ; ,
That whore a atrong w ill is,
Thcro'a always a voy j
And w hatever oujhl to be,
Can bo, and tliould ;
"Wo never need utter,
I would If I could."
[From Eliza Cook's Journal.]
Don't Say One Thing, and Mean Another.
The littlo lane the greenwood lane
Whore Mary dwelt, was gay with singing ;
For a brook and bird, in many a atrain,
Down vale nnd moor their note wero flinging.
But Mary's heart was deaf to aong,
No longer kho her tears could smother,
For alio had loarnt at but "twna wrong
To Bay ono thing, and meat: another I
'Tis right 'tis duo when hearts are true,
To ahow that heart without deceiving j
And not to speak, an Idlo freak,
To try if one's tho power of grieving
In Mary's heart, and Mary's mind.
She loved ono youth, and loved no other;
But Mary's tonguo wns oft inclined
To szy ono thing, and mean another.
Would nil might aeo how aweot 'twould bo.
If truth alono their words directed ;
How many a day might then bo gay
That pnssoth now, in tears, dejected.
Would all might learn, and all discern,
That truth keeps longest, friends or brother;
Then maids bo kind, nnd speak your mind,
Nor say ono thing, and menn other I
The Prince of Criminals.
I nm n criminal if I introduce into my
neighborhood, anything which impairs tho
health of my lellow-citi.uns.
Or if 1 do anything lo corrupt tho morals
Or if I destroy tho character or the life of
a unman iieing.
Or if I disturb the public pence.
Or if 1 take my neighbor's property with
out returning an equivalent for it.
Or if 1 iuvudu the family chele, and weak
en or destroy tho relations of hiisbund oud
wife, parent and child.
Or jf 1 knowingly nml wantonly cxpogo
my neighbor's bouse lo the torch of an in
cendiary. Or if I eucotirngo licentiousness and do
Or if I nerye tlio qnn of a highway rah-
Or if I sharpen the knife of tho assassin.
11 I am a liquor-seller 1 do all these things
and nm there-lore thirty entitled to the hoii'
orablu nppi Ihition ol tho "iVmce o Crimi
mils!" OritM of 'Temperance Rifornx.
DlVIUINU T1IR V0KH.'
your prayers John ?"
-i'ljuvo you snid
"Ao iiin'uin. It mu't mv work . Tt;n
Hie nrnvoi'H jiinl I Mnu fl. i J .
to do it, 'eiiuso it comes shorter. "
l.conoiiucal youth, that.
Agents for the Bugle.
The following named pcraonsaro requested
and authorized to act as ngenta for tho Dugle In
tl,.i, ro.ptt.w local. tic!
Chas. Douglaaa, Bereft, Cuynhoga county, Ohio,
Timothy Woodworth, Litchfield, Mcdinaco., O.
Wm. Vaynei Uichfleld, Summit co., Ohio,
t.. ,, c . n , .
L0"'fco. Summerton, Belmont Co.
' l Bakel"- Akron, Summit Co.
I H. D. Smalley, Handolph, Portage Co,
. Mrs. C. M. Latham, Troy.acaugn, Co., O.
J. Southom, Brunswick,
0 0.j,r Bainbrido.
1 L' s' s-,ep'' """'.
, Lambert, Bath,
Isaac Brooks, Lincsvillp,
J. T. Hirst Mercer
; Finl Mc0rc r',,,,,.,,,,,,, '
1 ., ' ... . ' ... , '
l"om,,, Wooton, W mchc.ter, Indians,
j Harriet Pulsipher, Missels, Gculign co., ().
O. O. Urown, Ornnge, Cuyahoga Co., O.
. . . .
I K. C. r-EAUSO.V,
HOMtXOr.lTH IS T
KAVIXO permanently located In S.dcm,
would roitpec tfully announce to the 1'ublio
that ho ia prepared to treat Homienpathicnlly ull
dMca-cs, whether Chronic or Acute. He gives
a generul invitation to all, and flatters hiuiself
he can render generat "ati.iuction.
OFFICE AND UK SIDENCIJ, on Maix St.
OI'l'OHITK TUB 1'OST-Ol flCM.
I'llIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE.
THE subscriber would respectfully omiotincc
.inu mis insiiimioii wilt commence its next
term with still greater advautiii-ea than ever Lc-
foro offered ; on Monduv the 13th of October
I ho dc.:gn is ns heretofore, to render the
course of aludy useful, attractive, interesting
and practical ; to this cr.d he will endravor to
illustrate and as far as possible demonstrate
S'li-lciit driirmi of availing tbrmsrlvrs of a
inorougn course ol instruction, will hero iind
mo reui.tc l-r speedily acipiiriug a knowl
edge ot the sciences in ull its brunches.
Among the means at command for drmnitstra
tin',' may ho found a line FJtUN'CU OllSTKT
KIC.VL MANIKIN, Skeletons, wet and lined
preparations, Lin: nr.n and hundred, ot other
Anatomical Mates. A collection of most ap
proved colored plates illustrative of Mnucu.
lt.vr.vNV nnd i'Aiuoi.ouv. A well selected
Modem Library with numerous illu-tiaiiotn,
containing wniksonnll the various branches,
and a splendid as well as an extciiMve
C AlilWTCT OP CASTS,
Purchased at great expene, though surpassing
fur any thing of a like character in the State, il
not in tho Country, to bo found in po.scs-inn of
any privato Physician or Imtilution. Alto
gether afl'.irding an opportunity of no ordinary
character lor (Jciitlcinen nud Ladies lor acqui
ring a thorou-h Practical knowledgo of Anato
my and Physiology or tho Science of Medicine.
And to make tho couno still more useful and
attractive, has just effected an arrangement
with Mr. Alhikd Holiiiiook, vhoe icuchiiig
talent is of tho highest order, to teach the tie
menu of PiiiLosuruv and CiihMismv, hy which
the clns may have nccos to his txten.ivo and
splendid apparatus, ono of the best in the State.
' In all the shore course Important nasltanco
will bo aff irded and a general oversight of tho
Lidie department rendered by Mrs. li. L.
No applicant will be received on any other
terms than by the best Medicul Schools, in point
of attainments and moral character.
TERMS of atudies with daily recitation, for
a full course ia three years, including two cour
ses of Lectures. That Ini Anatomy, Physiolo.
gy and llygieu, six mouths, preparatory tn lec
turing. Students to tho latter turuiidiing their
own text bonks.
Tuition ono hundred dollars for the first.
Thirty dollars for the l itter course.
Uood and convenient boarding may be pro
cured at $U J to MO per week. Thus Is com
bined chciipiieaa with ruro und extensive opprr
tunitic for knowledge, making this a pluco
doubly desirable ss it at once places it within
the means of nlnmft all.
Further information and satisfactory referen
ces given hy addressing the subscriber.
K. O. THOMAS, M. D.
.miTOjro , sepieiuucr, ItJoJ.
FUR THE WHOLESALE TRADE.
ii ats, caps, rims,
SriUW A.D SILK JilLLlXCKY COUJJS.
.lot. no ana l,hu)tmr St, upilairt) I'lrceUuul.
THE SUIl.SCnillEHS dosiro once more to
call tlio attention ol their eustoiners and dealers
generally to their new locution und wir-iuilUtl
";u woous which tor cutent, variety and
ii ia. oi inaiuv, surpiiss unytliiug ever olfcr
ed West of New York, nud wc Chullenifo Con.
petitors or Comparison with any, huviiig now
threo of tho best sales-rooms iu the eltv, wo arc
propnred to and w ill exhibit a stock which will
compare favorably with any in tho eastern mar
au.s, ana sr prieo ns low as can bo found any
w horo. Thoirstoak consists of
HAT3-Silk, Molcj-kin, Augala, Brush, M'ool
Kossuth, Fur do., Brush do., Brush Magyar,
Soul do., Mexican, Congress, nnd Child's Fa'nev
li.ira ftf..ll .lor . ... '
u uioeruui ijuiiit-.ics ami vnrieliea.
CAPS Silk Plush, Mohnir.Cotton, Silk Vol
vet.Cloth. OUzed, Leather, nnd Fur Cops. Now
styles daily received.
lT'KS Muffs. Victoreenn. PnfT. l'.i.nl..
I Fur Mittens, llaff.lo Hobes, io. ' '
Sl'HAW GOODS-Pcarl. Cobunr. Vln,.
t.a.iii nitui.u iionneis. rscw styles of Kuncy
Straw Bnnnets of the Fall Stylo. Straw Cjrds
(iimps and Braids of ull styles.
SILK OOODS-Silks, Laees.rurl.Cord.il
lusions, Modes, Linings, Saiins, Crapes, Turl
tons, Flowers, Velvets, Feathers. Wnrrunts.Tubs.
laUHONS Uonnct Itihbons. tho best Stock
m Clcvoiaiid, Tatfctn, Sstin, Fluted ribbons for
trimmings, and all other goods in the Millinery
Satchels, Carpet net, Trunki, Valices, I'm
Also a lnrgo atoek of Hqsieiit and Glovps of
every vurioly direct from tho importers, and for
salo nt a small advunco from cost.
Woolen Cravata, Woolcu (ilorcs, Buckskin
Gloyoa and Mittens.
n'l'ho ubovo, with many other goods wo
now oft'er 10 tho trudo at Mew York ;v.w !..n.
ntctiid with a largo Manufacturing House iu
Now York, we arc enabled to sell our goods on
terms to ploaao.
tV WO rosnectfull r.K. it mil trnm nil
dealers visiting this city, promising to offer in
ducements worthy thoir attention.
' " " ' " A. FULLER ft CO. ' ' ' ;
Connected with Williams ft Dontaon, N. Y.
October 2, 18i2. j
.. . ..... jy j
JLST lT HLIIIKD,
T. It. H'ELCirS M. W.YIl'ICFST
POHTUAIT OT WASHINGTON.
F.ngrnved (by permission) from Stunrl's dn?y
original portrait, in thu Alhuiiciim, Hoston.
This superb p.eliue. KugraVed under the
siiperiiiteiiilence ol"l IIO.M AS MT.LY, Msq.,
the eminent nud highly gilit-d nrlht, in the
only correct likuuess of VYnshingtoii ; ever
published. It has been chainelerised ns the
greatest work of ml ever produced ill the
eniiiiliy. As lo its fidelity, wu refer to ilia
letters of the nilopied son of Washington,
;i.oiu;u wasiii.noion paiik vv$-
'I ii4, w 'horny, " it is a liiithlul representation
of thu relebraleil oiiginal," nnd to CHILI'
JI'H'I K I TAMA' of the Supreme Court;
of iho l iiiied Stales, vibu rnys, "As a worl
of ni t its c xei Hence and beauty miisl strike,
every one w ho sees il t nml it is no less Imp,
py iu its likeness to the Father of his coun
try. It was my good ibriune to Imve te
him iu the dajs of my boyhood, and bis
whole appearance is jet strongly impressed
on my memory. The portrait you Imve is
sued appears lo me lo be an tract likenw,
representing perfectly the expression as well
as the form nml features of his face.1" And
wms SI'N A'l OK CASS, if is a life like rtprt
Hnlnliun if the great original. I'll KSIDI-NT
1'ILLMOKK snjs, " the woik appears to ma
lo have been admirably executed nnd tmt
mnthj worthy of the pntrona pe of die public."
Says AIAKCIIAN T iIih rmiiu lit portrait
puinler, nnd Ihe pupil of Sliiuil, "your print
io my iiiiiin is mine return knlde llm il any
other I have seen, for pii Miiiting the tvlwle
imliviilualily of the origiunl portrait, togeth
er with the noble nud digiiilied repose of idr
and manner, which all who ever saw him
rousidered n nun ki d ehanti terislic of the
illustiious man it rnmiiieii.on.les," , r
tor Ihe great malts if thin picture tee troiiM
rrftr frrrw lour of II w;h: 'nglmt In Ihe portrait
Half, la be tcin at the iflie if ll,!.i pnper, und
la the Itttin of the fnlluu-ing. Ii t'sl.i, Stiilamen,
Jurinh and Srholurs itcrmnpniiuiHg il. ' ' )
ARTISTS. Alairhatit and Klliottj of
New Yoik; Neagle, Koihi iniid, and Ijiuib
ilin, of I'liilmh Ipbia ; Chester Harding, of
Iloston ( Chillies I'iiimi, of Chill lnl.m.S.
nml to thu adopted pun of Washington, Hum.
(ieo. W. P. Custis, himself nn arlisl.
STATI'.S.VI'X. His Excellency Millard
I'dlmore, Major (,'en. Wiofield Scott, Hon.
(icorge M. Dallas, Hon. William R. King,
lion. Daniel Webster, Hon. Linn Ilo)d, lion.
Lewis Cass, Hon. Win. A. Graham, lion.
John 1". Kennedy, Hon. R.C Wiuthnqi, LL.
D. Jl IMSIS II.hi. Roger R.-'lanry,
Hon. John Duer, Hon. John McLean, Hon.
Riiliis ( 'hoale. SCI II ) LA liS. Chin li s I VI
som, I".m., the well known Lihriuiali of lbs
IWlon Aihemum, who says, "I would rath
er iwn it tlum nnv painted' eopv I Imve ever
seen;" H. P. "hipp.V, Rielmrd II hheth,
llou. Kdw. Fveretl, I.I. D, Jared Sp.uka,
I.U D., William II. Picmoii, .L. D., Wash
iiigton living, R,.jdi W. IIiiiiikhi, W,
I'roi; T. V. I pint,,,, J. T. Il-adb j-1, Fine
reen llnlleek, II. W. l.o.-..oW, U in. Uil
moreSimms; nml FUO.M laitOI'i:, I Ami
Tallbiird, T. 11. Miicaulev, Sir Archibald Al
ison. Lord Mayor of l.muloii, e. &r. &e.
TIIK I'RKSS, llnoiinhimi ihe entire l iiiml,
have with one video proclaimed the Uiurils
of this Hiiperh engraving.
To unable all to pns.e ihis valuable trenV
nre, il is sold at the low pi ice of.. per copy
Published by t.l'.OIit.F, W. CHILDS. i"
N. W. corner of I'iiil, ami Aieh siV, Philo.
W ILLI.VAI O. STKl'l.. H..b, .
Ihe Slates of Ohio mid Indiana.
' . "r,"'"il '" only bo obtained fiont
MIL STEEL, or from his duly authorised
agents. . ,
ArrallL'emeiltS have been ninib. u.:,K it..
Post Olliee Department, by which copies of
tlm Portrait can bo sent to any point, per
mail, in perfect order.
fj" Persona by remitting Fivb Dollabs
to W'AI. O, STEEL. Cincininiti. tll.lo .11
have ii copy of the Pol trail seni lo ibei., f...
H IMagiufieenl Gill Frames, ml nn
pressly Ibr theso Portraits, furnished at tha
low pi ice of $.-), each. ,
Jl"ST ISSL ED,
A MAUMKIt'K.XT PORTRAIT Or
fi E N E U A I JACKSON. -
Engraved hl T. It. II EF.Cl, ESQ., aftrrth
original portrait painted fty V. t'Ll', ES(f.
This Portrait will be a match for lb
Washington, nml is in cmtv respect as well
Price v'ffiO per copy. Aihh ess as ubove.'
NEW FALL AM) WINTER GOODS.
Ml'IlPIIV, TIEi:.AX .'o.,J
(sm-tssou TO Ml'IINIV, W1LSO.V, Si Co.)
IMPORTERS AND WHOl.liSAI.E DEAll
LRM IN FOKEltiN .M DOMESTIC
DRY t;OUU.S. '
So. IS, Uood-St., TiKjiLurg, Pa.
ARE now receiving from all tho Eastern Ci
ties uad Lurope, their lir.t tupply of GOODS
for tho (all Trade, to whieh they invito the at
tention of buyers. On tho 1st of Hcptembcr
they expect to havo their assortment complete,
which Hill bo kept so, by constant addition
every w cck throughout the season. They wilt
ss heretofore continue to sell goods as low aa lh
EAS1KRN JOBBERS, for CASH, or appro
veil paper on tho utuul credit, and they a.surs
their old customers and friends, and all who.
design purchasing here, that they will not b
undersold in this market.
I'ituburjh, August 20, 18J2,
SALF.U, OHIO, ArillL 20, 1862. j
MUS. G. L. CJIUBCII, '..'
LATE OF THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH,
BEGS leave tn inform Mm ;..!. .
lein and vicinity that alio has brought with her
a largo assortment otJiO JAXjp UEUWiMiS
cnreiully prcpured, iu the form of Pills, pow
ders, Tinctures, Syrups, Ointments, Salves and
Platters, together with an assortment of ruri
or unprcpured MoUicines, w hieh sho oUura it
aalo on rcusonubk! terms for cabh, or such rti
clcs of produce as uro used in a family. '
VJflct, Corner of Green and Lundy St.
tIEUC'IIA!T TAILOR, T
y. Side iluin-Si., Out Door West of Sulem Book,
itore, Salem, Ohio.
Costs, Vests, Tants, &o., Mado to or jar' ad
, """"'O'' to Uve Satisfaction. , , 1
The Tailoring Busir.css In .11 i. n V '
THE O.ILT TRl'F, l-OBTSAIT OF
earned on as horctofoio, ' " 'T