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THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE.
Woman's Rights and Wrongs.
'There lina licen so much discussion on these
topic recently, Unit is worth while, In cx
miiio precisely what the real legal .lifll-r-ncci
between men anil women arc. The
following omhrnco almost nil the enactments
in which a distinction is made:
Women are not suhjeet in a pull tax, lint
men are inlijcct In n pull I 'X.
Women nro exempt limn niilitnry duty,
bill n certain chins of men uru stiljcct to a
t omen nrc exempt li mn n draft In lime
of war, but n certain class t,f nu n aro sub
ject in dnilt in limn of war.
Women are exempt limn preserving the
j-'ocr til' the State, lint mi ll lire compelled
tu preserve Ilia pence of iho Slate.
Girls, when orphans, nt tin; nge of twelve
jrurs, have Iho riglil to choosy their own
Hoy when orphans, nt tho nge of four
teen years, huvo tho riyht to choose their
Boys Iiecome legally men nt tho r.gn of
Girl are legally permitti'il to mnrry, pro
tided their parent or guardians tiro illinjr,
attliH age of fourteen years.
Women are deprived i.f tho right of suf
froge. Women nrc ineligible to any State or Na
tional oilier, nml deprived of till its honors
Men are eligaMr to nil the Stale nnd Na
tional otiieeg, mill receive till their lionois
Women are subject to tnxation, hut depriv
d of representation.
Men nro subject to taxation, hu enjoy rep
Women eamiot dispose of personal pro
perty when it in tho common earnings of
niiflxiiul nnd wile.
men run impose 01 personal projirrly
worn n in 1110 coiuuion earnings ol (tu.shnml
Women ennnot di.ipn.se of real estate when
It ia the common earnings ol husbaml tinil
Men can dispose of real rsfntn when it is
the common earnings of Imi-U.iiil nnd wilii,
thouiih subject to the widow., dower.
Woman rnn run her hohatnl in deht, if
DOt pulllirly Ibrhiddru hy her husband.
Man rniinol, under any ciicitmsluucts, run
bit wife in deht.
Women obtaining real estate, personal or
mixed property hy will, pit, iVc, anil dying
while married, such wealth goes to her heirp,
and none to her hushmiil.
Men obtaining real ertiite, &.C., and dying
while mariied, one-third of such wealth goes
to his widow and the reel to hi heir.
The property of the husband can he taken
for the wile'! debts, tines, &,
The proprrty of tho witc cannot, tinder
any circumstances, ho taken lor those of the
The father may dispone, l.y deed or will,
of the custody nf the children.
The mother rnnnot.
Hut in ense of separation or divorre, the
eourt makes such disposition of the children
a Hiflnt'in proper and necessary.
A Touching Sketch.
Not wholly unlike the death nf " litiln
Nell," so beautifully described hy Dickens,
and perhaps eipml in thn simple pnlhns ol
the unrrative, is the description of tho death
of little Nancy, hy Alien Carey :
'And little Nanny, where was sho when
the fir blazed, arid the blustery niinvs drill
s against the door, and when the garden
was planted, and Ihn spring hloomed and
ripened into summer ? Slight and delicate
always, ahe had been growing more and
more fragile all the while, tpoelly attending
to household duties as long us she could.
Then they began lo give her the rucking
rhair; anil to tell her, if she would not woik
to bard, ahe would hn better. Her father
eame home earlier of nights lo milk the
spotted row that liked no one to milk her as
well as Nancy, who said every day -ho was
better, and would anon he able to do as much
aa ahe used. While the winter lasted, ahe
was aura she would Ik) well in the spring
and when apiing came, nnd, instead of sit-
tine in the rocking-chair, she lay all day in
bed, she said, if it weie not lor that ugly
cough, ahe would soon he well.
- 'One day her father brought hotun some
roots nod herbs, and minle a sort of hitler
tea, which Nanny did not like, though she
drunk it every day, still saying it made her
etroi'per. till she could not lilt lirr head from
the pillow to take any more. The village
doctor whs next culled ; and for weeks ihn
poor child patiently and almost cheerfully
took Ins meilicine, Unit serine. I more liight
fnl than the disease; ami Mill, though she
aid nut any longer that she was heller, slut
eontimieit to smile sweetly, and did not com
plain. And so, as the limit summer eame
nlorff the meadows Mid oi chat ih, tho dark
sli.i.i.nv imprinted itself in Iho lair ground
work of her lili'.
. '1 lie father ceased to epenk of her gelling
well; yet he fiiihoro to mention tho grave,
or the bright future beyond, as if being si
lent would push liie reality aside, lint atill
the mother talked hopetiilly, saiug in n
cheerful lane," When you get will, Nanny."
And the new summer iln-ss nnd bonnet were
bought, us though alio weie in heuhh, and
aa if such abows would make, her mi. lit
the oht-liisbioued parlor, the light burned
brightly, Iho litlls rustic Iriends wern in holi
day ottire; but Nanny w as not t here. In n
dimly-lighted chamber, sho too was ni rayed,
in the new dicsa, w hich, by her ow n choice,
was of puro while.
' 'Joseph Arnold had been her fiithfid and
constant watcher; iiml to-night ho kept his
place, looking veiy melancholy, hut nviiher
apenkiug nor moving. I low di.siiuctly sound
ed the ticking of the cluck in t,u adjoining
' Siiildi nlv n cloud passed over Ihn moon,
and tne soil lignt mat nail l.illeu over Ilia sick
f irl'a pillow was gone. " I uui cold, very
cold," she sai.l, liiinily.
'The young man arose, and laid his lumd
on her loieheail. Tho pulsu flutleicd, and
was atill ; nnd softly kissing her check, he
aaid, " lear littlu N'aiiiiv, you will never auy
j nil aru cold any more.
i Tho white population of South Carolina
ia at7,7(J-'l, slavns ;i7e. it?., free colored 8,851
Who would le masters, should the Htnlo
secede fio lb t'nipo ? .. . v ,
For the Bugle.
. , ,
Mvmil : Thc-c is a story that tho brothers of (
Sarah Jdiio Clarke, reproved her for w asting her ,
poc:l l ta'.entonsouapnpularasul jeetas Anti- !
Slavery. Oac ovcning thry wcro unusually '
pressing, and urged the shame sh. would bring
on herseif ai d family, if sho persisted
She retired cnrly, and when her sister entorod
tho chandicr, JS.irah requested hci to act as
cmanuiin.'is, and the following was dictated.
I know not if it has ever been published : no
matter, it merits a sroro of editions. Quere,
dnrs " tho light that gleams through heaven's
gate, lill tho soul" of Uraco Greenwood as when
sho was tho victim of domestic persecutions ?
TO MY PRO-SLAVERY ADVISERS.
Ye say that 1 should toil for fame,
l'hc vain world's empty praise;
No 1 for tho weak, tho bound, tho scourged,
My feehlo voice I ra'no ;
ToTruth,"nnd liight, snd Liberty.
I dedicate my lays.
A'lihirity most wonderful I
l'rciumtition mad I 1 dnre, .
Now standing uinii (iod'sown earth,
And breathing Uud's own air,
To hi my tunl, and s,icuk each truth
Hit lumd bus written there,
A woman, I see woman stand
Uouitd by a tyrant's thongs,
I do not warblo lorth her woes
In sweet and gentlo tongs ; .
I dure, to ihriih her agnny,
And cry aloud her wrongs.
I daro to pour a woman's scorn
Upon a tyrant's name,
I dure to cull upon my lund
To put away her shiune i
Or link tho " writing on tho wall,"
Her doom, in words of fbune.
I dure whin fulding to my heart
The blessed word of (Jod,
To hurl its teriiblo rebukes
On proud lords of oor sod,
Who withhold it from my brother.
And smite him with the rod.
I d:iro to lift the priestly roho
And show its crimson stains,
I dure to tell tho groaning slavo
Ha's bound by Vhrutiau chains ;
That or tho vineyard of tho Lord,
The God of Shivery reigns !
I dare, when Ir. my peaceful homo
I seek my wonted rest,
For them, whom no encircling arms
Fuld to a mother's breast ;
Tiii them w ho;by no father's voice
In accents kindnrc blest j
For them in all thoii midnight gloom,
Their toil and their de-rpair,
Li all their fearful loneliness,
Their shame and want, I daro
To lift lo heaven my pleading eyes,
And pour my soul in prayer.
Tho band of Abolitionists,
Whoso limbs, hearts, minds aro free,
Whoso life's a purposo and a prayer,
Whoso w atch word's ' Liberty' 1
M'hose hope is in that mighty Ono
Who rules Eternity !
Thais music is no lulling strain, .
Drawn from, a silken chord ;
Their light no.moonb.am that wakea not
The insects of tho sward ;
II ut the thunder of high lloaven,
And the lightning of tho Lord 1
I know they aro tho Nozaronca
Of modern scoffing Jcw t,
Yet there aro thoso among them.
The latchetof whoso shoes
As yet I am unworthy
Tj bend ino down nnd loose.
Shame'a blush bo yours yo daro not join
Our band of fcaWuss braves j
Yet sco tho haughty Southerner
- Insult our father's graves
With tho clunk of tho accursed chains
Ho fastens on his slaves I
Shame'a blush bo yours it shall not stain
My cheek, nor brand my brow,
I am an Abolitionist,
N'or will recall my vow,
While through Ileavon'a gato gleams on my
The light that fills it now.
No tyrant's seul is on my lip,
That it must needs bo still;
I am un Abolitionist I
I speak It with a thrill
Of joy and triumph, in the strength
Of mine own frco strong will.
I nm an AbolitonUt !
Talk not to mo odiame
I tell ye, that that through life shall be
My high and stoady aim'
To form around iny being
The glory of that namo I
SARAH JANE CLARKE.
A Scene at Sing Sing Prison.
We passed nn hour at tho Sing-Sing Stale
1'i i'on the other day ; nnd while regarding
with irrcsiKlable sympiitby the wretched in
mates, wo could not heln iliii.Lii,.,
aller nil, of the actual sulleringof imprison. '
tiicul is apparent lo thu visitor.
J be couseloss I
toil, Iho coarse faro, tho solemn silence, tliu
avei led look, the yidhiw-whila palor of the
convict ; his narrow mil, with its scanty fur
Ititure, bis hard couch ; these, indeed, are
-visumo io ma niiKeu eye." Vet do but
Il.mltot tho , lemm, I'hoi oht that must "eat
, ' "" passes mere in
...kness, hi .deuce, and alone ! Think of,
th inrtme ho must emh.re fro,,. ,he ravage.
of that plcnsanlest numl hut most terrible
enemy, l.m.8iilon I Oh, t, he'ht, th
depth, the lenghth and the breadth of a sen-
sitivo captive's sorrow ! As wo came awny
i,e gloomy scene, wc passed on a hill,
within the domain of the guard, the Prison
,,,,,.,, v-,t w.re IP) undistinguished by
,ead-stnncsor imj other mark, iho hones of
t,oso who bad liitlo elso lo lay there, when
their li'n of suffering was ended. There
j'p" Monro" Iv-ml. w hose downward
We first saw him on his trial t a hand
some, well-dressed black-whiskered, rremimr
sell possessed person, with thn thin taruisll
ol n gentleman, and an i ll'i outcry that noth
ing could daunt. Again wn saw him, whih)
holding court willi courtesans at llie door nf
his rell, nt "Tho Tombs," thn day before bo
left for Sing-Sing! clad in bis morning gown,
with luxurious whiskers, anil tho manners
of n pseiuhi-princn receiving ihn honors of
sh ini-siilijeels. Thu next limn wo saw him
be Was clad in the coal seal "lebni-sii ipe ;
his bead was sheared In iho skull ; bis w his
kers wern no mure; n diuk frown whs on his
brow: his cheeks wern pale, and his lips
wcro compressed w ith an expression of re
morse, rago and despair. Never shall we
forget that look ! Me had a little while belore
been endeavoring to escape, nuil had lieen
punished by hltv lashes with a cat.o'-ni'in-
lails; four hundred and lilly stripes on the
naked back I
Onen ngain no taw him, it was after the
lapse of many mouths. Time and siilleriug
had iloiio their woik upon him. His once
erect liaine whs bowed; bis bead Was ipiiln i
lialil at Iho top, and its scanty bonlei ing hair
had become gray. Ami thus he gradually
declined to bis melancholy " west of lite,"
until Iih reached bis last hour ; dying in an
ngony of terror ; gnawing his emaciated lin-
fters, to convince himself thai he was still
iving ; that the appalling change fi mi lile
to death had not yet actually taken place!
And now ho sleeps in n Iclon's gravo with
no record of his name or bite. Is not the
way of thu transgressor " hard r" A'liiVtrr
A Neat Speech.
Sir F.dwanl Hulwcr always makes a "neat
occasional speech." At tho opening of the
Manchester Library, Tharkeiay, Dickens,
&.C., look pint. Their speeches nrc claimed
to lie) "excellent." Hut fiir IMAaid carried
nway thu "palm, thniigh his dibits were the
Bligitcst," Hurts it is. 7 . lkm.
u Gentlemen: You well all remember
the story of Ahubleu, which wc havn rend in
our childhood how n poor vnuth ileceinlcd
into n cavern, ami brought back from its re
cesses mi obi lamp. Accidenlallv bu discov
ered that nt the meru Iriclion ol tint lamp n
mighty genius appeared at his command.
Awed by tho terrors of tho spirit bo had
summoned, ho at lirt-t only ventured his
powers In satisfy his common uml humblest
wants to salisiy mere hunger and thirst
but gradually accustomed to the presence of
this giganlic agent, ho employed it lo con
struct palaces, to amass treasures, lo ballhi
armies, nnd to triumph over lias, until, nt
thu close of tho wouiierltil story, the owner
of thn wonderful lamp is the taivcicigii of a
pcaeelul empire, assured to bis romute pos
terity. Cenllenien, that storv is n turn of labor nt
the command of knowledge. When wo llrst
find tho lamp wo nro contented to uimlv its
genius solely to our common nnd physical
wains; nut as we are iicruelomcil to the
presence of that spirit which wo have sum
moned, we find that we havn obtained n se
cret which places tho powers of earth, air
nuil ocean at our cninuiiiud. Unit genius,
left to itself, would Iih ii tUrealeniug minis-
Irani, because hero physical Ibrce is tho s.'avo
01 intellectual Will,
Now, gentlemen, in that samo physical
force,w hich,in the phrnm of tho day, is aouie-
iimea cnuen ino - power or tin) masses,
hea a greut problem for all thougblliil men
to reml ve. Knowledge has brought us lorce
to nice Willi it, ami knowledge must either
oniiiici uiai uirce or it win Destroy tliu ill-
viincr. May, then, all thoso who possess
the know Icilgc.w ho are gifted wiih the lamp,
uso ii oniy inr imuuii'cnt nm! tHctiil purpo
ses, so that the genius wIiimo tread could
nrouso thu earthipiake, and wIki.sk breath
couhi iii iug down lliu storm, may only conn:
lo enrich tliu treasury uud assiuo thu empire.
Preparation of Gutta Percha for USe.
Some of tho lumps in which it reaches
ibis country aro not unlike mutinied cheese,
douhhi Ulo'ster for example ; others aro like
cocoa-nuts in llieir rough shells ; ami the llrst
step taken w ith it is to bring thorn w ithin tliu
nclioii of a vertical wheel, with knives fixed
on thn liien of it, which revolving rapidly cul
'he material into thin slices, mid often expose
the progress ol the Malays towards thu de
ceils of civilization, in the shnpo of IuiIim of
wood incased, to increase the apparent iiiiiii
lily. When it hua Im cii sliced it is boiled in
coppers, linccd into a hopper, when serrated
knives tear it into shreds; and it is w ashed in
various waters, in thu cuursq of w hieh Iho
foreign mailer sinks to tho bottom mid is
removed, while the guiiu perchu Hunts. Jin
ingcloaiised, and this is ut great ciiiiwiipiciico
especially lor c.oveiing lelcgraphii: wires, thu
material is put between rollers which partly
sipiei zes out tho moisture, and it is then pla
ced in a kneading machine; nnd ultimately is
passed through rollers to liirm sheets mid
bands, or submitted to list drawing mill to hi:
loiiiied iulo cords or pipes. At the lempoc
lituio (if boiling water it becomes suit, will
take any form or thu finest impression,
nnd nt the ordinary temperature regains tho
consistency of leather. Herein lies, as may
bo seen ut once, its extraordinary value.
Combined with sulphur, it ,j. be made as
hurd us ebony, too, but this ih not the CUII-
vl'"'h it is most useful. Fore pipe
milking ami lor covering teh graphiit wiies.
? !"r1,.Hr cleansing process is gone through ;
' , ,""1l","J' immonse pressure, the pressure
ol lour hydraulic pumps, through guuzo wire
and very line hoics in a steel plulo, uud it is
rolled ion! Li, . ... I,. . I ' '
Too Mucii Dnixw. Tl.. v.."v-.i.
Trihiim, ,ys thei o are MOO hotels drinki. a
me amount expended n them is aiiiayinir
nlmoat exceeding belief: il the mIm avVraiia
$10 each, which is a very ow S.S, Z he
amogitt will be $80,000 a duv IxilKiO Ifl la
momh, and l2O.WoO0.vear' A4U0'00U 8
MAitiiLr.iziiD I no. A new method has boon
invented of covering Iron w ith an enamel, caus
ing it to resemble tho most beautiful mnrblo
is represented as remarkable for its be.iuty and
chcapnoa, and it is thought it will bo cxtensivo
ly used In buildings.
THE SATURDAY EVENING POST.
THE LEADING LITERARY WEEKLY.
Ovor Thirty-nno Yenrs have now elapsed
f'nici! Ihn I'OS V began its weekly round nt
blended instruction mid amusement; nnd
never, In nil that period, was its success so
marked nsnl the present moment. I'nsscss
ing undeniably thu largest circulation, by ma
ny thousands, of any paper of its class ill the
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Value nf every dollar intrusted to its publish
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tions liir the coining year, wo may lu-gin by
stalitiL' our continued coiinoc.lioii with AlltH.
MM I IIUOIC I II, ii wrimr, who, m vigor
ami h riility of genius, i not surpassed by
aiiv, to ih' ir leiu ile, in the L'nioii. HI US.
CAUOI.IM: l,Ki; IIIIN I', n Imly whom
it would bu almost superfluous to praise, in
view of the general popularity nf such tales
as '' The Mob Cap," " Kidinn," l.imlii,"
" liiiiia, etc., is also enrolled among our
We are now engaged in tho publication of
a atory entitled
by r.Mt.nsost Hkkkf.tt, Aut!inr of "Viola,"
'i'raii ie I'lower," "ll nitlits of the Os age,' etc.
And nt the opening of iho ensuing year
we design commeiiciiig the publication of
tho following Novelet:
MISS TIIUSA'S gri.NXIXO-WIIKF.L.
Itv Mrs. I.r.r. IIkmtk, nf Flmitbi, Author of
r.nlinc," ' Linda," " Ucna," etc.
This novelet wu design following by a
a Tnv I'.vtch rnov avmt iiaiaii's quilt
lly Mrs. FnAXcr.s I. (Jaok, of Ohio, widely
known as Iho notour of sumo admirably
written anil very tlf-ctivu'lioiisthuld poems,
Aller this wc e.vprct to bo tibto to com
meiiei" THE LOST HCIRF.SS;
a smitr or itowi.r.T iiaix.
f!y Mis. F.. D. V.. N. SotrniwonTii, Author
of " The Oiraw ol (.'lilpm," "Virginia and
In athlitioii to llicso ami other Oiinuf ai.
Talis, involving n largo expeiidituro of
money, we shall lay be (i ire our renders, ns
biirctolui a, clioiei) Tales, Hketchos, Cssnys,
Narratives, etc., Irnm tho l'.nglisli Alagazi'ies
such as havn given tho 1'osl a nuuiu liir
the cxccllenct; of its selections.
I'XG'UAVIXIjS. Iii tho way of engrnv
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AGRICI'LTFRAL ARTICLF.3, Miscel
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I Cash advances on Wool, . ;
Koveuiber 17, ltUj. '
Agents for the Bugle.
The following named persona are requester
and authorised to act as agents for tho Bugle in
thoir respective localities.
Chas. Douglass, Uorca, Cuyahoga county , Ohio.
Timothy Woojw-orth, Litchfield, Medina co., O.
Wm. I'uyno, Uiuhlielil, Summit co., Ohio.
icsso Scott, Suinruorton, Delinont Co.
Mrs.C. M. Latham, Troy,Qcauga, Co., O.
L. S. Specs, Urangor.
J. U. Lunbert, llsth, .
I.'ino It took., Lincsville,
J. T. Hirst, Mereer,
Finloy MuCJrcw, l'aiiicsviile,
Thomas Wooton, Winchester, Indiana.
Harriet Pulsipher, llissels, Oeaugii Co., O.
O. O. liiuwn, Orange, C'liyiihugn co., O.
(icliartl llleutlcii, Adrian, Michigan.
1JU0KS! BUCKS! ! .
The JlVlr. Slave.
Unc'e Tom's Citbin,
V'i' Hide of A'atiwt,
Ulullic.Ltle It ninnies,
Ititiit'ton of (itv.'oTy,
Curli!t's LiJtnfSlrrling,Vrtiit llnrmunin, Vols.
I, II, III, II tiler Cure UnryeUipntdia,
And a splendid assortment ol lancv presenta
tion llauks, and an endless vurietv nt Juveniles.
A.a, a biriro Stock el iJiblcs. Historical, l'oel-
i'.'ul.Sciciititi.-, Miscelltiiienus, and School hooks,
Steel pens, (i ild pens, Accort'coits, Tojs, Fancy
Articles, Hlank lt'ink", Portfolios, Sln'trs, nnd s
complete assortment ol plain and fancy Station
ery, lust recciveil snd for salo at J. McMillan's
t llK Vl' 1IUU1C Sl'Uia:. il d io eusiol tho
Town Ha 1 where every hook in the market can
ho procured, if ordered, at tho iowrst prices lor
cash. In ad lit ion tn the abovo can bo found a
nice lot nf Wall and Window Paper.
S. iii in U.'tolirr in, 18 ).'.
. JA.MES 1UUNALY,
nir.iicii ax r TAii.oiit
A. .V'i .Uiim-S., One Door Went of Salem Book
store, Snlem, Ohio.
Coats, Vests, Pnnfs, e.. Made to order and
Wnrianted to Uivo Satisfaction.
The Tailoring Basil in all its Brachcs
curried on us iici'ttolnie.
ISAAC TIir.sCOTT. CI.AI1K TULSCOrT.
I. TItESCOTT vSt Co.
SALEM. OHIO. Wholrsalo and lletail Deal
era in School, CUsaical and Mmceliancous
Books and Stationery ; Drugs and Mcdi
cines; Shoes and Uruccriis.
March S, lHi.
".1 man can find nowhere so gool a Saviiuts
liink as hi eniptipnir his purse nlo his head.
Knowledge is the lint capita! he ran possess ; it
is at Irs command tvfri moment, and always
above par.Uu. I 'iia.nki.ix ,
To Merchants, Clrrks, Trncltcrs, ' Slntlciitt,
a ml Allatn.
JUST IXTIHSIIED-A new ami CUIII
pletu set of Utiles by which nil the funda
mental operations of Ai iteinetic may tat per
tormed in mi incredibly short space of time..
To hecomu a master of them will retpiircnot
more than a coiiplo hours' siutlv of an v irnml
sound minds uml thu slmluul will thereby hu
enaiucii io .-viii, nuiiiiact, .lluliiply, or Di
vide, in any sum nn mailer of how many
figures, moio accurately, (indeed, fcriwiirf the
possibility of an error,) ami in less thai ti-
louriii iho nun! retpiirud iti thu old system.
These Fiiiiil.iint nnd Kulcs nro iollowctl
by An' IC.XHiniiialioii into the IVoperties uf
Numbers, which even further lai.iltlults the
other operations. . . , . . . ,f
There are also embraced in Ihn work,
RFI.F.S FOR I Hi; CALCI LATIOX OF
IXTFUF.ST, which will woik out thu inter
est at any rate upon any sum with tho ixf
mojf accuracy, and a simplicity uml qnick
uess fully etpiid to till thu oiliei operations by
this, ami vastly superior lo nil courses in the
Together, these farm tho Mos t Complete
Tnr. vTisK on iho Science of Numbers ever
issued nnd are incalculably valuable to all
men from their never-hilling neciitacy, nnd
to Imsiuuss mttu IVotn the itiuueiiso ainotml
of tiuiti they save from tho most wearieouiu
detail of business lili-. Particularly niiglii
limy lo bn in thu bands of Merchants nuil
Clin ks, Teachers mid Students, uml Young
Mct generally. , ,
. .Oil PER EARLY I
, ffj Tho e.npiiof the (',. remaining bun
dle, is of the present cilniiin are being bur
rieil oll'at a pi ice greatly redueed lioin lluit
(SS) at which the balance were sold, to make
room Ibr u now edition to bo gotten up in n
miiguifleuiit uml ami costly stylo iminediale
ly upon eliding out Iho present one. - .
(L7,Ecy purchaser is bound (as a mat
ter of justice uml protection to tho copy'
Tightest) by bis sacred plutlgu of honor, to
use lliu Processes fur the instruction ol him
self only, and In imparl thu intbriiiatiuu oh
tained from them to mi one.
(7 To obtain Iho' Processes it is necea'
sary lo give stleli a pledge, with tho price,
Three Dollars, enclosed in a letter, post-paid,
directed io P. Mat iMarki.ky, Fimkstuwn,
Washington County, Maryland. .The Pro
cesses will bo Ihrwnrdcil post-paitl, to the
given address. Ho particular lo wiilo thu
mime nf the Post Ollice, County, ami Slale,
ilistmeily; with thoso iiejjlectmjr this, mis
takes frequently occur. ' .
05" Those preferring it, can order copies
of Him Ibrihcoiiiiog etlition, which will bu
ready about the bolithiys. Thu price will be
$; orders sent linliire its issuu wilt he filled
ussuou us the copies ure ready, liir 5.
' ' I-ornl Acrnti IVnntctl.
In every town, nnd nil through the cod ii
try, great iiumliers of copies of these Rules
van be disposed of by uny one who will only
piku thu tintiblo io make thoir sttopo known,
They coutpiisu that which business ilieu.iiiiil
every body, has Ioiil' felt thu want of, and
will ((bully obtain. The nature of the busi
ness allows any one to act na Agunt, ami lo
energy ensures a large reward. Aa before
explained, thu business, requiring privacy,
orders from Ageiiu ure filled i .pm-i,j
sealed enveloies for delivery through their
hands. When a number of three copies or
more are ordured with the remittance nt one
time, 311 por cent, ia ullowml
us tho Agent', loo; ami 50 per . cent on. of
dura for eight copie. or more, ...... t, ,x.
cepteniour io, ItiSi.
WATEK-CURE AKD INFIRMART
FOR THE CURE OF CUIIOS IU DISEASESi
Located st tl.imi t . T irxiNO Co.. O., tnd
eonit ints the ad vam sires nf oihcr .nod tslab-
hshuienu, a htalthy location, a supply of pure
water, mm niii-1 ii ni. a skilhil lndr in rharse of
the lemale patients, a physician who has had an
extensive practice at 2 years, La., he. ' 1
1 1 males W ho nave breneoiiuncu to tacir ocas,
unable to walk or sit wp for from one to twenty
years, in consequence at nervous, spinul, or
uterine disease, are especially iavited ts setrss
pond with or visit us. V in versa! socctae in
the trentment of this clasa nf disen.es has given
us coiilUlet.cc, and we say to all such, evert
though they hove sufTcrcd much of many Phy
sicians, nuiko ono more tiial. Tcm from 9 6
to $12 tcr week. Tatieuts furnish tow sis anuV
liaising nutterinls. Addiess, .
w. w. BAxenorf.
Craiivillc, Nov. 5, '52. " . '
. Dll. C. I'KAJISOX, . ,
HODiaiOPATII 1ST, - '
nAVINO permanently located ' In PstenT,
would respis tfully announce to the l'ubiio
thai he is prepared to treat Hoinccnpathically all
diseases, whether Chronic or Acute. Ho givea
a general invitation tn all, and Hatters himself
he can rentier general satiifaetion.
OFFICE AND ItKSIDEXCE, on Main Bt.
OI'fosiTB Til 11 PosT-Ort'lCR.
May 1.1, 18J2. .
JOHN C. WII1NERY, , .
8CIIOEOX DF.XTIST ! OJfict erer the
Snlem Book Store. The subscriber would In.
form his friends ami the public, that he is again
at his post. Having spent several months in
Cincinnati, in making himself minutely scqusin
ted w ith the various (tranches of his Profession t
he feels confident of being able to render the
fullest satisfaction to those who may require hi.
Salem, March S, Ifl.W. ' '
THE 0.1I.T TRt'E PORTRAIT Or W'ASHI.MJTOW.
Jl'ST PI HLISIIF.D,
T.B. II KLCirS M.1G.YIFICF.T
PORTRAIT OF. WASHINGTON
Fngraved (by permission) from Smart's onfy
siriarit.nl Miitratt, in the Aiheuetiiu, liostoit.
'l'llis Hlllli'rll liiclllrw I'liurai'M.I .....1m.. tl.a
I Kiipeiinlciiilcuee of 'l liOMAS Si LLV,'F.
tne ctiiiiieiii an ii iitgiuy gnit tl nnisl, is the
only correct likeness uf Washington esvr
published. It has been ehiirnrtei isrd as the
greaieat woik nf art ever proilurctl in tba
country. As to its fidelity, we reler lo tba
Icllors nf the adopted son uf Washington,
(.;i:oik;i: washixoton park cls
TIS, whosajs,' it is a Inilhlul represeitlaiinn
of the celebraleil i.rigiiial," mill lo CHILF
JFSTICF. TAN FY of thn Supreme Court
of Iho United States, who says, " As a Woik
of art its excellence ami beauty must strike
every one who sees ii t nnd il is no less hap.
py in its likentbs lo iho Father of bis conn,
try. It was my gootl loriune to have st:t
him in the da, nf my buyhootl, mid his
wholu nppearaiien is jet strongly imprrssvtl
mi my memory. Tho portrait ) tut have is
sued appears m ma t lH an 'exnet likeness,
represeiiling perleelly the expression ns well
as the fiiriu ami lealures of his li ce." Atjii .
says SFX A I OR CASS, il is ,t life like nprt.
sentalion of the great original. PHFSIDLNT
FILLMOIUJ says, " the wink appears to in.
to have been admirably cxrcnietl nuil mf
nenlly tvnrlhy ol the pationagc.il' Hu: public."
Says iMAKCIIANT Iho eminent portrait
painter, uml the pupil of Slum I, "your pi nit
lo my miiiil is more rcmnikable 'lluiii any
other I have seen, for presenting the irAole
individuality of Iho original portrait, togeth
er with thu iiobln ami dignilied rcpnse of air
and manner, which all who ever saw him
considered a marked chiiraelurislic of iba
illustiious man it comuiemnrntes,", ..
For the great merits of this picture vt uotdd
refer every lover of II ashinzton to the loi trail
itself, tn be seen id the ojjice of this paper, and
lit the letters nf the following . Irtish, Statesmen,
Jurists and Scholars accompanying it.
ARTISTS Miin-hfint ami Elliott, of
New link; Xttngle, Kolhermel, and Lumli
dm, of Philadelphia; Chester llariling, ol
Itislon; Charles Frnser.ul Chat h slim, g.C.
and lo thn atlopted son of Wnshiiifiton, I Ion
fieo. W. P. Costis, himself an ariisl.
STATESl FX. His Excellency Millard
rilliin.re. Major (Jen. it, held Scon, Hon.
(Jeolge M. Dallas, lion. William R. Kinp,
l inn. Dinn l VV.da.ier, Hon. Linn Hoy d, Hon.
Lewis Cass, Htm. Urn. A. (balutm, Hon
John P. Kei.netly, Hon. It.C. Wintbrop, Lh
. JI.RISTS Hon. Roger 11. fin,,
Ion. John Duor, Hon. Jhu McLean, Hon
Uutiis amti. SCHOLAUS. CliarleaKoV
sum, F.sip, the wi II known Lilinirian of lb
Uoston Atheneum, who says, " J would rath
er own ii than any painted' copy I have cvci
"li ; K p. Whipple, Jtiehaid H.hlrclli,
Him. Et w. Everett, LL. D., Jnred Spiirku
LL. V.. William . Preseolt, LL. 1) Wash
higton Irvinp, Ralph V. E mersoii, Esq.
Piol. T. (J. Fphatit, J. T. Ileadley, F.
Green llallei k.ll. W. Loiigli-lhiw, W in. Oil
more Siniins; am) FROM EUROPE, Lor
rlloiutl, T. II. Marimley, Sir Archibald A
'."'In .'"."! M"ni' of L""1'"'. &c, etc. etc
HIE PRFSS, thioiigbout the entire Union
have with one voice proclaimed the merita
ol' Ibis superb engraving. ;-. , , : -,i.
Tu enahhi nil in possess Ibis valuable Ireaa.
me it is sold al the low price of $5 p(.r r0py
'Published by GEORGE W. GUILDS, :
' ''."l,"!r,,r ''''''' Arch-M's, Phila.
WILLIAM G. STEEL, Solo Agent foe
tint Stales of Ohio and Indiana. " -'
K,V" r?r."'nil rnn 0,,,y u" obtained front
MR. STEEL, or from hi. duly authorized
agent . , , : . :. ,
Arrangement, have been made with the
I ost Ollice Department, by which copie. ot
tin Portrait can be sent to any point, per
mail, in perfect order.
fX?" Persona by remitting Five Dollars
to WM. O. STEEL, Cincinnati, Ohio, will
linva ii copy of tho Portruit cent to thrin fit
of Poslagt. .... ; ;
fX7" Alagnificeiit Gilt Framea, got 'tip ax.
(reshly for these Portraits, furnished at Iba
low price of $5,00 each.
- JUST ISSUED, I
i A MAGNIFICENT PORTRAIT OF ! . .1 '-t
rtroerfoy T. B. HELCH, ESQ., after Ih
original portrait painted by T. SULLY, ESQ
11114 j-orlruit will he a match' for the
Washington, and ia iu every respect a. well
up. . 1 , -,- . ...
Vrice f 5,00 per copy, siddraaa aa atto
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