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The Tribune publishes o clrculnr, calling
for donations and loon, to bo so invested
s to secure to female laborer in the cities!
the profits of their labor. Mr, Gtccly Intro
Alices tliis circulnr, with tlio following re
nin rk in regard In die present condition nnd
future propped nf female industry I
In tlie ngitnlinn now in progress Torn mnro
rqiinl nn! jii-l relation between Ilia two sex-
ts, Intlio domains cl' Industry, (iovcriiinctit '
Mul Practical Life, lliero is very much nt
which tlie fastidious mny cavil mul llm cvn
icol sneer. Our female champions nf their
acx, nre lint tlwnys llioj-e who Imvo the deep
est mid clearest perceptions of thn wrongs
t!icy would f.iii i expose nnil redress. They
ften seem Ion voluble in their il. clinic, too
theatrical in their palhn In escape the vim-'
jiicion of alliluitiuiting. The illnntured ni t)
reminded by them of ti e client who burst
into teurs on hearing hi lawyer ph ad his
case in court, declaring thnt " he had never
licfoe suspected Iho extent mul fbigrnncy of
tlin wrongs ho Iiml endured."
Jiut Ihtsn fnihlrs oughl not In Mind lis to
the real grievances which llio 'Woman's
Right's inovnmrnt is iiitctuled to redrew.
Thn Inws hilhcrlu enacted mid iniidilied ex
clusively by men, ccrlniuly hnvo been, nud
ore, unjust to Women. Wo do tint regard
the reservation of irdilieid frnnrliiies to tho
rougher sex ns n hnvMiip to the Boll it, ex
cept ns it lends to mid results in practical
injustice; but when we find Woman exclud
ed, not inert ly from Political Millions but
from the, profession nlso ; her cilueutinil
exceedingly narrow nml superficial; her
property, inherited from her parents, or nc
jiilri'i! by her own industry, coolly taken
from her nt mnrrhgo mid h unhid over, nut
tt) the Iniiritiil partnership or linn, hut In llm
husband alone, to he preserved or squandered
al his sovereign pleasure J wo feel ihnt thero
are great practical wrongs inn. lied in l0
present legal nud gooiiil condition of Woman,
nml Ihnr, in view of llio prevalent indiflcr
nce liitherto ri hired by her lord nml m.is-
ler, sue is niiiy jusiuici in attempting to
redress thrm. primarily, hv her own exertions.
All nronwuro that the industry of Woman
is not rewnrtled cipudly to, or rehuively with,
inni ni num. 11 uicro no n species ut linn
tilhcturo in which equal nnionnts of IWcu's
wl Women's Inhor ia required, nt lens! two
thuds of tho liggrcgata ilishurscmcuts for
milled will lio pnid to tho Men cmployeil,
leaving hut one-third for the Wniiien. Let
n citizen in netivn lite din, leaving thrcn
grown children nl' either sex without prop
erty, ond everybody realizes fit oliee thai tho
boya enn tnko euro of themselves, nud need
no compassion, while the rnse is very dilliir
cul with the gills. Unless ilu-sc Inlter hnvo
rcmnrkuhlo tuleiit or have enjnyed rnre op-
iiortuniiies fur education, they will l.ecomu
iiirtlionsome to relnlhm or h iend, or they
must sink below tho sphere in which they
hsre hitherto moved, mid engage in mi iik
some nml desperate struggle lor daily bread.
Had ns the state of tilings has hillierto
been, it is becoming still worse; tho onward
march of iiiachiuery in daily encroaching
more nnd more upon the narrow field 1 1 1 1 j -erto
conceded to feiunle i flint. The vpiu-iiing-frnino
and the power-loom have thrown
out of employment nine-tenths of tho fe
males formerly engaged in tho conversion
of cotton, wool mid hemp into fabrics ; mid
now, tho Sewing Machine is upon the point
of ettticting o similar revolution with regard
to Needle-work. The sphere of Industrial
Opportunity lor Woman must be enlarged
or a great proportion of the sex must sink
into abject dependence mid hopeless pauper
ism. Idle, in view of these fuels, is the alubbnrn
conservative' suggestion: Woman's pluco
is at the hend of her household ns Wile nnd
Mother: lei her accept that and be contented !
All women nre not culled to be wives nud
mother. Many could not mnrry if they
Mould; boiiio would not if they could; nud
besides, those whose destiny it is lo marry
may not be transferred nt ouch from n
mother's breast to a husband's fireside
there ore years of girlhood and ently wo
manhood through which the daughters of
the pnnr, especially if enily deprived of n
father' guardianship, mutt earn their liveli
hood by iudeM!iidcut exertion. What bos
the conservative to protl'.-r with regard to
these? .And what has he to say us to their
laboring from daylight to durk nt never-ending
housework for some four to six dollars
Jier mouth, while, thuir lu others ore pnid
twice to tin lrc as much for labor less repul
sive nud nowise, associated in the common
mind wiih personal degradation? And
wlint has he lo say to this problem ' If lens
of thousands of women in all our great
cities nru ghul to work for ten In twenty-
five vents tier it.iy tit shirt-making, &e.,
what Will they iiml to do nnd what must
become of them, when even this desperate
' resourco shall linve lieen swept away liy
(he relentless nilvanee ol Al.ieliiuriy.
A MirM transformation or renovation of
some sui t teems inevitable, nml llio practical
ijtiestion of the day is this ' .Shall this trans
formation ho liiri'seen, comprclictnleil mul
guided by he iicvolc nee ami wiMbim or,
rihall it bo left to burst upon us like tin
nvnlanvlie, the tornado, or Hid eartbipuikn ? '
Let Chritiflns, philauihropii.s mid patriots
iunuor these pruhlcms.
Womnn is tit length fonr.d knocking for her
lii'liltr nt the door of our Oiiiiiul. Mrs.
Nichols,' of l!rttlebnro, the champion of
Woman' Kighis in Vermont, nppenred be
fore a huge nud intelligent iiiidieiieu nsiein
fled ill lilt) ltepii'MeutntivcH, Hull, for the
iurpnse, lost Friday , evening, mul, w ilh nn
hbilitv riiiiuliug her moral coinage, plead
the property light of women, in cuiiiieetiou
with the ndvocaey of the petition of herself
Mid numcrouH other ladies ami genllenn-u
iier town, for an act nutborty.iug women to
vnle in school meetings. Mi.". N. is no new
or heatixl Convert to the theories recently
Marled on Ihe subject, but speaks from a
long and il liner 4'xpei iimeo of her earlier life.
we believe bar showing and arguments,
ski fir rebuts In woman's lights lo vole in
meetings, in which, itvo-lhirds of the
la) -s lo 1(0 raised ore on their scperate pro-
jierty-riiml to far, as relate to a lull
seeming io womuu ihe property she inherit,
or enriiawtg'ijiixt iI,h ucu of worthless or
rinkiug MMsjluinds will sooner or inter dud
response in bulb; ol 1.,'giftnlion. CrtenMonn-
ta'u '!". -
n i I
The Blood-hound's Song.
BY CHARLES P. SHIRAS.
Spring up 1 spring up, my brsve bloodhounds t
Spring up from the drowsy Xair t
Let every jaw be firmly set,
JjO every eye ball glare
The leash ii cut, and collar broke,
The muzr.le no longer binds;
And the scent of tho blood wo love so well
Comes dowji on tho northern winds,
O brothers, trsko 1 for the time hat com
To brighten the bloodhound's fame;
They've opened a nobler field for us.
To follow our humnn gnmo.
We'll hunt no more in the Uismnl twtuip,
Whcro Iho snake and the wild beast bide, '
Hut we'll course on Iho highways of the north,
Whcro the fields aro fair and wide.
And novcr again will the prey escape,
Whan wo faint, and tho scent grows cold,
For every man In the conquered north
To aid In tho hunt U sold 1
The old, the young, Iho weak, tho great
Are bound alike by the law
To follow tho trail till the negro's throat
I locked in the bloodhound's Jaw.
In the thoroughfare! of tho proudest marts
We'll hunt by night and day,
Sometime! be aeon in old Stntc Street,
Sometime! along Broadway ;
And oft In the City of Brotherly Lovo
Tho worn out slave shall fail,
For many a chose wc'U have around
Old Independence Hall.
In the dingy streets of tho City ol Sinoko
They'll hoar tho bloodhound's bay ;
From factory, foundry, mill and ihop,
We'll drag our bleeding prey.
And the stalwart smith shall hit hammer drop
As tho slave to him shall cling j
Fo: ho will not dnro to rniso his arm
When tho bloodhound is hit king.
In tho North thoy'vo many a battle ground,
horo mon for Liberty foil ;
U ut toon tho bloodhound's vongo'dl roiee
A different tale shall tell.
We'll hunt on tho saercd fields whero once
Tyrant! were forced to fly,
And tho blood of slaves shall wet the graves
Where heroes' as has lie.
And boldly shall wo claim this right
To hunt where'er we will,
In Concord'! streets, In Lexington,
Yea, upon Hunker's Hill 1
They'll hear tho shriek of the flying slavo
And tho crai'k of tho driver's scourge
Where soldiers' bare feet pressed tlio snow
On the road to Valley forgo.
Tlio Freeman's houso was his oastlo called
In the stubborn days of yore,
But a knock that comet In the bloodhound'!
Shull opsn the strongest doorf
And wives and daughter! shall shrink in fear,
And children forgot their mirth,
Should tho lord of tho eaoito shelter a slavo
By the side of the sacred hearth.
Thero is no spot that wo will not search
Thero is naught that shall 'dnunt or awe
Tho right and tho wrong aro aliko to us,
For wo know no higher law.
Wo'U follow tho scent, though it leads across
Tho graveyard's rugged sod,
Jsur stop 1 1 leap o'er the Altar's rail
In the Uouso of tho living God I
Then up ! spring up, my bravo bloodhounds !
Spring up from the drowsy lair I
Let every jaw be firmly set,
Let every eye ball glare 1
For tho men of tho North who oneo wcro free,
In the gyves of shaino are bound,
From the Golden Lsnd to the Stato of Miiino
Their lord i the fierco bloodhound.
From the Lilly.
A Seneca Pic-nic.
, jug our charms nnd finery, nor to eat hot
suppers nt midnight, In wind np with bad
dreamt nnd headaches llio next day,
I iiutnstlicrah.it been much interest cx
Aiul ' pressed in these new fashioned entertain.
' inents by distinguished persona from a dia
reboot inner, nml ns there have been many inquiries
made us lo our mode of procedure, for the
lieuelit ot all thoss who niHy wish to follow
our example, I will give n brief description
of one evening's meeting t
j We assemble about seven o'clock, nnd ns
mum at a respectable number are present
w e rbuose o modcrutor wlio lukei the clwir
edged hy nil
nre a imciilinr people. It is certain that in no
village west nl iho Cnyugn is there so much
freedom of thought, speech and action, as is
hero tolerated. Our people nre rcmnrktiblu
lor their originality nud scientific research,
mid both muii and women niniise themselves
in trying philosophical experiments. There
is no end to ihe inventions that have been
conceived nud biou
the brains of our philosophers and seieuiifics
continues ns prolific ns in limes past, there
must of necesiiily be a room nl the Patent
Office, in Washington, set aside especially
for specimens from Seneca. Here bonis nre
propelled by air, nnd atnvea taught to regu
late themselves. Here nre manufactured, in
quantities lo supply Ihe whole country, the
pumps uud garden engines which furnish
both man and the vegitahhi creation with
nature's pure element. Hero wat held tho
first Woman's Kights Convention, mid here
was the fust resistance made to Ihe taxation
of woman's; property. Hero the women
weur short skirts, thnrt hair, round lints, and
long boots; go to fourth ol July dinners,
give toasts, anil listen In cannon, unmoved.
And here, too, tho girls give bulls, They
engage the dancing hall, provide the supper,
invite the gents, mid fool Iho bill themselves.
Here we have pic nics without any eatables,
not in shady groves, or on sunny banks,
but in our own quiet purlnrs, where each
guest brings nn idea, a recitation, or ft song,
instead of sandwbiehes, lemonade or com-
where we go to discuss interesting
questions, mid not for tliopiiriaseof disphiv-
announce tlie question for discussion
which had liccn ngrccn upon mo previou
evening. Tho modcrntor Ihoti calls on each
one of the circle for n expression ol bis or
her individun I oninlon. It generally occu
pies the whole time t get once nrotinrl; ns
the combative nnd faction! ones will ever
n.l nnnn brouk through nil order, end in
spite of parliamentary rules pet tip side ilis-
riininni. nml leioir rnnoom wihicisiiuviiiili.
to the annnyanee ol lovers of good order,
ihoueh aeeminslv to tho amusement of all
concerned. As genernl thing, hnwever,
thn miestion ore discusser! in a calm and
Inginnl mnniicr j though I doubt wether our
Senate Chonibcr ever wl'iiessed more stor
inv debutes Hint! we ocrniionally get tip,
when the question ia of suflieieiit interest, or
nppenls directly to our love oi justice or me
innnitv. At n recent meeting when tho "la
linn (iiieslion" was under consideration, llio
discussion became so Interesting, ond the
w hole assembly so enthusiastic nnd vocifer
ous. thnt iho moderator, being timid girl
nnd unused to cross firing nud slinrp shooting,
in the very height of tho battle precipitately
left iho chair nnd summoned otio of the
trovrtr mx lo fill her lilncc. As a specimen
of pic nic Indies, I must sny I ndmired Iho
cool imperative mnimeriti which she hrnught
the debaters In order; but 1 should have
been better pleased if the moderator hud
cirded up the loiiisofhcr mind nnd perform
ed her own duties. Her net was a kind of tacit
acknowledgment of men a superiority thai
cut me to the very quick. IJut to return.
After tho discussion of the question , mi oi ig
inal essay is reiki ty otio of (lie company'
Appointed nt n previous meeting, mid a se
lection of poetry, or prose, is read by ano
ther) than tho committee on questions ra
port.whcn a vote is taken on several question
proposed by them, nud ono chosen fur dis
cussion ot tho next evening. We then finish
tho evening with music on the pinna or
guitnr, nnd occnsiunnlly with n waltz, fancy
dance or plain quadrille, nud then retire, lo
our respective hornet about luilf past ten
It is now nine months since we held our
first pic-nic, nml we who hnvo attended reg
ularly ngrce that they nre liir morn pleasant
nnd profitable Ihiui at fust, lor it took us
some time to learn to talk to Iho point, nud
ot the proper time. L. C. ti.
Sources and Perfumes.
Whether any perfumed lady would be
disconcerted nl learning Ihe sources of her
perfumes, ench lady must judge for herself;
hut it seems that Mr. Do hi Kue nnd Dr.
Hoffman, in their capacities ns jurors of the
Circnt Kxhihition, hnvo mndo tenibhi work
nmniig the pefumrry. They hnvo found thai
ninny of Iho scents said to ho procured from
flowers nnd fruits, nre renlly produced from
anything hut llowerv sources; the perlumers
are chemists enough In know that similar
oilers mny be often produced from dis-siiuilar
substances, and if the half-crown lintilu of
perfumery really has the required odor, the
iierl'umer does not expect to be asked w lint
kind of odor was emitted by thn substance
whence the peiliimo was obtained. Now
Dr. Lyon I'lnyhiir, in his summary of the
jury investigation nliovo alluded lit, hrnadly
tells us that Iheso primary odors aro nlten
most unbearable. "A peculiarly ftetid nil, is
formed in making brandy nud whiskey; this
fiis.il oil, distilled with sulpiihrie ncid nnd
nccctnto of potash, gives Iho oil of pears.
The oil of apple is made from the samo lu-
fil oil, by distillation with snlpuhric ncid nnd
bichromate ol potash. J lie oil ol pine np
ides is' obtained from n product ol the action
of putrid cheese on sugar, or by making n
soap with biittb.",. and instilling it wiiii alco
hol mul sulphuric nt i'1, nnd is now hugely
employed in Unglnnd in linking- pine-npple
ale. Oil of grapes and oil of co'daC, used
lo Impart tho llavor of French cngn.'io to
Itrilisli brandy, nre li 1 1 lo else than fusel oi!
Tho artificial oil of bitter almonds, now so
largely employed in perfuming soap nud for
flavoring conleciionery, is prepared by the
action of nitric acid oil' the fuitid oils of gas
tar. Many n fair forehead is damped tau lit
mitltflurt, without know ing thnt its essential
ingredients is derived from Iho drainngn of
cowhouses. In all such cases as iheso, the
chemical science hero involved is, really,
of n high order, and iho perfume produced
is n bono lido erliinic, not one whit less
sterling limn if produced from fruits iitlii
flowers. The only question is one of commer
cial honesty, in giving n nnmo tin longer np
lilicahle, nnd charging too highly for n cheap
ly produced scent. This mode of saving n
penny is chemically right, but commercially
wrong. Uickcn'l " Household florJi."
Instantamfoi's Fort raits. The Scien
tific American says that instantaneous por
traits can now ho taken on collodion by a
very ingenious French invention. The per-
fit I win i on Itfu-t ci !u l. I .a a.. I..... I - .A I
, ,ome ,illlullC0 ,r iM ., nf ;,
the operator, while 'conversinir with him.
pulls o Iriguer. liy so doing n newly inven
ted cap linns on its own axis, uud in its
rotury movement ullows llio light nnd the
imnge of the sitter lo pass ihiongh n bole
twice the diameter of the lens. The por
Imil is obluiiied in the fraction of a second,
nud for quickness cult only be compared to
Ma. WrasTKa's Hki-entaxce. The .Vti
England Vttrmrr makes the fullouing state
ment, which confirms, says the llostori Com
moMceattt, n ruinnnr which has gained very
considerable credence. We hnie it ia cor
rect, for even a death-lied repentnnco is held
to be better than nonet
Wo lenrn on reliable niltlioritv, thai Mr.
Wcbdtur confessed lo n warm political friend,
a short limu before his death, that the grout
mistake of bis lilo was tho famous 7lli of
March Speech, in which it w ill bo leuieui
bored, he defended the Fugitive Slave Law,
and fully committed himself to the Compro
mise measures. Ilefore taking bis stand on
Hint occasion, he is said lo have correspond
ed wiih 1'rofessor Stuart and other eminent
divines, lo nseortn'tu bow far Ihe religious
sentiment of the North would sustain iiiui in
the position he was about to assumo.
"Iscrvcd," ssys Jeirerson, "with Gen. Wash
ington in the Legislature of Virginia, befor
tha Involution, and during it with Dr. Frank
lin in Congress. I novcr hoard cither of thorn
speak ton minute at a time, nor to any but tho
main point, whiuh wa to deeida tho question
They laid their shoulder to tho great poinuj
knowing that tho little one would followof
A certain parish clerk overheard a achoolmas.
tor giving lessons in gramme?. "You cannot
place a tho singular article," said the preooptori
before plural nouns. No one can lay a pigs,
women, A-" "Nonsense!" cried the clerk t
the prayer book knewa better than you, I should
think and doesn't It teach mo to say every
Sunday, A-mcn f "
THE SATURDAY EVENING POST.
THE LEADING LITERARY WEEKLY.
Over Thirly-nne Years have novf elapsed
since Iho l'Ori T began its weekly round of
blended instruction and oinuscmcnt; and
never, in nil that period, was Its success to
marked ns nt the present moment. Possess
ing undeniably the largest circulation, by ma
ny ilinnsandH, of nny pnper of its class in tho
t'nion, its siibscrilicrs have the liest of reasons
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tions for the cominir venr. we mny begin by
stating our continued connection with MKH.
SOUTH WORTH, n writer, who, in vigor
mid fertility of genius, is not surpassed by
nnv. nuiln or fenialn, in the Union. Plus.
CAKOI.INF. LF.F. HI'NTZ, n lady whom
it would ho nlrnnst superfluous to praise, in
view of Iho general popularity of such tales
ns "Tho Mob Cap," "Holine," "Linda,"
" K'liwi, etc., is also enrolled ninoni; bar
Wo nre now engaged in the publication of
a stoiy entitled
by I'mkbho IU:m.ni:tt, Author of "Viola,"
" jVairie Flower," "llumliis of the Os igo,' etc.
And nt the opening of llio ensuing year
we design commencing the publication of
the following Novelet: '
MISS TIIUS.VS SPINNING-WHEEL.
Ilv Mrs. Ler IIf.stz, nf Florida, Author of
" Eoline," " Linda," " Uenn," etc.
This novelet we design following by a
A STRAY PATCH FROM AUNT HAIMAIl'g QI ILT.
Ily Mrs. Fhances D. Oaok, of Ohio, widely
known os Iho author of some admirably
written and very eH'cctivo household poems,
Aflcr this we expect to bo able to commence
Til E LOST HEIRESSs
A STORY Or IIOW LET ItAI.I..
5y Mrs. E. I). E. N. Soutiiwortii, Author
of " The Curse of Cliflon," " Virginia and
Mngdalene," " Shanuomhile," ".The Deserted
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Agents for the Bugle.
,The following named persona are requested
and authorised to act at agenta for the Hughs in
their respective localities. '
Chat. Douglass, Bcrca, Cuyahoga county, Ohio.
Timothy Wood worth, Litchfield, Medlnaco., O.
Wm. Payne, Kichficld, Summit co.t Ohio.
Jesse Scott, Summerton, Belmont Co.
Mrs. C. M. Latham, Troy.Oeauga, Co., O.
J. Southam, Brunswick. '
L. 8. Spees, Granger. " ' '. ' ' " ' '
J. li. Lambert, Bath, " '.:
Issno Brooks, Linesvllle, ' ' '
1. T. Hirst, Mercer, ' - ' "
Flnley McQrow, Paine ville, V '
Thomas Wooton, Winchester, Indiana. '
Harriet Pulsipher, IJissels, Geaugn co., O.
O. O. IJrown, Orange, Cuyahoga co., O.
Kiclinrd mention, Adrian, Michigan.
BUOKS! BOOKS It
The White. Slave.
Unclt Tom's Odm,
.VigAf Side of A'ulurt,
iMitfwn or ueoiogy, Jams' llrvelnlions,
Varlyle's Life of Sterling, Ureal Harmonia, tots.
I, II, ill, Hater Curt Encyclopaedia,
And a splendid assortments fancy presenta
tion Hooks, and an endless variety nt Juveniles,
Also, a largo Stock of Bibles, Hi-'.'r'.uu'., Poet
ical.SeicntiuV. Miscellaneous. ..'. J,.1.1 i.i-.
Steel penr, rjihl pens, Accori?cons,Toys, Fancy
nicies, jitana iioors, I'ortlnlms, Mates, ontl a
cmnplcto assortment of plain and fnnry Station
ery, just reooived and for salo at J. McMillan's
CUliM' HUUIv STORK, 6 doors east of the
Town II a I where every bonk in the market can
lie proenred, if ordered, at the lowest prices f.r
csih. In addition to the above ran bo found a
nice lot of Wall and Window l'upcr.
S.dein October 10. 18j2.
JAMES BARN A BY, .
.V. Bide Main-fit., One Door Wr.it nf Salem Book
store, '(i,'em, Ohio.
Coats, Vests, Pants, tie.., Mado to order and
Watmntcd to Give Satisfaction.
The Tailoring Uusii ess in all it Brachct
cairied on as heretofore.
ISAAC THESCOTT. CI.A11H THUaCOlT.
I. TRESCOTT &Co.
SALEM, OHIO, Wholcsolc and Retnll Deal
ers in School, (Jlassicnl and Miscellaneous
Books and Stationery j Drugs nud Medi
cines; Shoes and Groceries.
March 6, 1852.
"1 una can find nowhere so pood a Savings
It ink as hy einitiDUX his pur.it info hit head.
Knowledge is the best capital he can possess ; it
is at his command tvay moment, and always
above par. Dr. Fhanxm..
To merchants, Clerks, Traclicrs, Studcati,
JUST PUI1L1SHED-A new ond com
pleto eel of Rules by which ull the funda
mental oK!ratlons of Arilenietic may lie per
formed in mi incredibly short space of time.
To become a master of them will ruijuire nut
more lliun a couple hours' study of any good
sound mind: mul Iho student will thereby be
enabled lo Add, Subtract, Multiply, or Di
vide, in any sum no matter of how ninny
figures, more accurately, (indeed, beyond the
possibility oj 'an error,) mid in less than ouo
fourth llio lime required in the old system.
These Fundamental Rules nre followed
by An Kxnmimitioii into Iho Properties of
Numbers, which even further fucililutcs Ihe
Thero nro also embraced in tho work,
Rll.F.S FOR TUB CALCULATION OF
INTKRKST, which will work out the inter
est nt nny rule upon any sum willi the ut
most accuracy, ond a simiilicitv mid uuick-
ness fully equal to nil Iho oilier operations by
Ibis, nud vastly superior lo till courses in Ihe
old plan. ' . '
Together, these form llio Most Compi.p.tk
Treatise on the Science of Numbers ever
issued uud are incalculably valuable to nil
in "ti from their never-liiiling accuracy, nnd
lo business men from ihe immense amount
of limb tlic save from the most wearisome
detail of business life. Particularly ought
they to he in tje fuinds of Merchant nnd
Clerks, Teachers uud Hlildenls, and Young
ORDER EARLY !
The copies of the few remaining hun
dreds of the present edition nro being hur
ried off nt a price greatly reduced from Iiml
(.') ut which Ihe balance were sold, to muko
room for a new edition to be gotten up in n
magnificent and and cosily style immediate
ly upon closing out Ihe present one.
Cy" F.very purchaser U bound (as a mnt
ler of justice and protection to the copy
rightesl) by bis sacred pledge of honor, o
use ihe Processes fur thy instruction of him
self only, nnd to impart tho iiifuiiniiliuii oh
tumeil trom tliem to no one.
C7Tii obtain tho Processes it is necc
sory lo give such n pledge, with ihe price,
Three Dollars, enclosed in n letter, post-puid,
directed lo P. JWat Marklkv, Fuiikstowu,
Washington County, M.irylund. Tho Pro
cesses will bo forwarded post-paid, to tho
given address, lie particular lo write iho
name of iho Post Ollice, County, nnd Slule,
distinctly; with those neglecting this, mis
takes frequently occur. .
(17 Those preferring it, can order copies
of Hiu forthcoming cdiiion, which will he
ready about llio holidays. The price will he
l?llj orders sent before its issue will be tilled
as soon ns iho copies are ready, lor $5.
Loral Ac'-uts WunU-d.
In every town, nud ull through ihe conn
try, great numbers of copies of these Rules
can be disposed of by nny ono w ho w ill only
take the trouble to make their scopo known.
They comprise thai which business meii.niid
every body, has long felt ihe want of, and
will gladly obtain. The nature of the busi
ness allows any one to act aa Agent, and to
energy ensures n large reward. Aa lieforo
explained, the business, reniiiring privacy,
order from Agents aro filled in aeparule'
sealed envelope for delivery through their
hands. When a numlier of ihrce copie or
more ore ordered wiih the remittance at one
time, ft) per rent, is ullowed to bo retained
a the Agent' fee; and SO per com on of
der for eight copies or more,
JSeiitonibor 85 I4f'J, . , ;
WATER-CURE A N1V INFIRMARY,
t OR THE CVIIE Of CUROMC JpIS&ASSf'
. j ' i " ' ' ' t ,
IiOcatcd at Oranvill, Ijckiko Co., O., "
combines the advantages of other good estab
lishments, a healthy location, sopply ot VVT
wator, gymnasium, a skilful ltdy inehargeef
the female patients, a physician wha ha bad M
extensive practice of 23 years, fee., &c. .... . ,
Females who have btcn cenfintd to their beds,
unable to walk or sit irp for from one to twenty
years, in consequence of nervous, spinal,' or
utcrino disease, are especially invited te aorfr
pond wiih er visit us.. Universal success
the treatment of this class of discuss has given
es confidence, ond we say to' all tach, even
though they have suffered much of wtaay Phy
sioinns, mnku one more trisl. . Tcrma Iran 9
to $12 per wci l.. patients furnish .towels anil
packing materials. Address, . ' ,
Granville, Nov. 6, '62. ' ' " ' '
. , DR. C. PEAUSOX, )
II O M OiOPATII IS TV :- a
HAYINO permanently located" In 8aUnt
would rospeotfuliy aunounco to tha Poblln
that ho is prepared to treat Homwopathicaliy all
discn'os, whether Chronic or Acute. Ho e,ivc
a general Invitation to all, nnd flatters himself
he can render general satisfaction. ' 11 ' ' '
OFFICE AND UKS1DENCK, on Maim St. '
OITOSITE THR PotT-OlTICB, . i . ..'n
May W, 1852. , I
1 - i
. JOHN U. WINNER Y,-
8UROKON DENTIST ! ! Office ver tl't
vAU .Tl.n ...I. :l... l "'
- -..n. m u.-wn ....irvt 1 .IV mi' M1VI HUUIU 111-
form his friends and tho public, thnt he 1 again'1
nt his post. Having spent several month in I
niiirinnnfl tt, i;.... i.;.nanir...: i
, ... .....n..i iiiiiiDi iiiii. .... .j nvtji.nin
ted with the various branches of his l'rolt ssion ;
... ...... kwiiiii,i;ii r ijciii Hlfiu u rcniltT lllfl
fullest satisfaction to those who msy require his '
services. , ,K, ...
Salem, March 5, 1852.' , ' . , , . ,
tiik om.t trce pom-nAiT or wasiiixoton. ..'
, . jlst pi iii.isni:n, " : ;
T. li. H'ELCIFS M.1G.'IFICF.T
PORTRAIT OF WASJII N OTON.
F.ngraved (by permission) frem Stuart's only
oiigiuiil portrait, In the Atliencum, Roston. ""
This superb picture, F.ugrnveil under the ',
Ihe eminent mid highly gifted at list, is the l
only correct likeness of Washington ever I
published. It bus In en chnraetei ised a the w
grentcst work of art ever produced in Ihe
country.. A lo ils fidelity, we refer Id" Ihe
letters of the ndnpied son of Wnsliiuginil', u'
f.T.OROi; VA.SlH.(J'l'ON PARK (i'Kw
Tlr?, who says, " it is a failhlid repiesflilnlioil
t.f ilia .it..i ifl.i i ii i ... ..iiti7i.i
" ' iihii, mill lu Vllll!' t
JU8TICK TANF.Y of tho Supreme Cour
III lllil llltill'il Stnli.a u-ltn a-i.. 'a A m n u.n.t. W
. . - - , ...... i-i.j i- ..a i.ui
of art il excellence and bounty must strike'"' -
every one w no sees it : nml n is no lent hnp- "
py in its likeness to the Fnlher nf his couii-i
try. It was my good fortune to linve seen -him
in ihe day nf my boyhood, find It IsaT T
whole appearance is jet slrongly impressed
on my memory. The portrait you have nt- -
sued appears to inn to be nil exact litems,
represenliug perfectly the expression aa well 4
us the liirin nml features of his face.'' And
ays S FN A TOR t.'ASS, it is a life lite
tentution of Ihe great original. PKliSIDF.NT "
FILLMOIU; aays, the wink apKrs lo me '
lo have been nduiirahly executed uud fssi-.' t
nently worthy of the piiii oiiage of the public.",,,.
Says MAItCIIANT llio emiucnl portrait j
painter, mid the pupil of Smart, "your print 1
lo my mind ia moro remarkable than any
other 1 have aeen, for presenling the' rrholt
iiiilividunlity of tho original poiirail, logeih- t
cr with the noble mul dignified repoe of air , ,.,
and maimer, which all who ever saw him ,
considered a marked characteristic of the
illustrious man it commemorates," " ' "
For Ihe great merits nf this picture ut leonU '
refer eueru lourr nf IVi..i'iin-r.... ikm ;s I
xUilf, to be seen at the ojiee of this paper, and
lo the letters of the following .'Irtists, Staktmttti i
Jurists and .Scholars accomnaiwinu it.. . v
Alt I IS I . niareliniil nml Elliott,,. fu,,ti
New York! Ncngle, Roihermel, nnd LuiiiIh
llm, of Philadelphia; Chester Harding, of
Ibiston; Charles Kraiwr, of Charleston, S. C.
and lo the adopted son of Washington, Hon'
(Jen. W. P. CiiHis, himself nn nrlist, 'i ul
STATi:SMF.N'. His Kxcollenry Millard...
Fillmore, Major (Jen. Winfiuhl Scotl, Hon.
(Jeorgi! M. I)i. lias, Hon. William It King.,,.,
Hon. Daniel Webster, Hon. Lino IJoyd, Hon. ,
U-wi Cuss, Hon. Wm. A. (.Valium, Hon'
John P. Kennedy, Hon. R.C. Wintbrop, LL "" '
D. JL RliS'l'S. Hon. . Roger B. Taney :vd
Hon. John Ducr, Hon. John McLean, Hoar u-.-A
UufusChnnte. SrilOLAUS. Clint lesFol..
om, the well known Librarian of the
f!ofc:ili Atbciienin, w ho nys, " I would rath ' '
er own if Ihan any painted ropy I have evct' J" ':'
sern;" V.. Whipple, Richard Hihlrelb,'
Hon. Kilw. i;ii."II, LL. U., Jared Sporka,.-., i
LL. D., William II. Preseott, LL. D, Wnsli
ington Irving, R lull W. ' F.nierson, Enn., ' ,'
Prof. T. C. Fpliiu'ri, J. T. Ileadley, Fits
Green Hnlleek, H. W. Lm.llow, Win. Gil- -"w
noic oimms; nun r KU.il i;Li"irff., I.oril " -Tnl.''"Uid,
T. 11. Mnciiiiley, Kir Archibald AU
ison, LnnJ Mayor of London, eVo. fcp, $' ;,
THU PIEMS?, 'bioiighnut Ihe entire 1'uiohv ,i.i,
have with one voice liioclaimud I be uigrlt;,"
of this superb engraving. .'.
To enablo nil to possess this vnliinblo tren-" ' ''''
me, il is told til the Inw price of$H per copy,' i!
Published by O'KORCHi W. CHILIKS,
N. W. comer of Filili nnd Arcli-sl', Pbila, I
WILLIAM fi. STI'.KL, Sole Agen bnTi !.
Iho States of Ohio mid Indiana. ' , j '
J',i"iri',r"i' r"" 1,8 t,ui'ei om, ' ,
MR. U1F.KL, or from Id duly authorized;
agents. .)...... ... wsa
Arriiiigcments have been made with the '' ""
1 ol" "'co Deparlmeiil, by which copiee ol ..-!
the I urtruit ran be scut lo ony poiut, per i i.'
mad, in perfecl order. ,
ft-3 i i .... ; - ' 1 "
W..' iiy remiiiuig rivi JJOJ.UR .
to WM. G. 8TKRL. f'i....i?. ni.u .T.T "
i .. . . vuiu, mm
Imvo h copy of tho Poi truil sent lo them fret. '
or Postars. i. ...... .
fjy Mngnificenl Gill Frame, got nn
prealy for these Portraits, fuiniiheil ot the .".
low price of 5,00 ench,, f
' JUST ISSUF.D, '
a MAOifiriceRT I'oni RAiT or ' " ori'
i GENERAL J A C K S 0 N . Vi
Engravedly T. li. If ELCH, ESQ., flerll -'
original portrait painted by 'T. SULLy, ESfy,:
Tin Porlrait will bo a piatcli for ihe.J.:..'.
WaHlmigton, ond is In every resiiecf a well -., i,.,
: Price (3,00 rer eotfy: ;AddreM at alxiy"'
jit : ' i...'iii I' .-.;. I..'- -w i. ' "'ft