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the admission nd observance by those nations
of la higher thn the Supreme law of the
Undr Wm hot thil spreading "higher
law r The doctrine of a higher law had been
eonaemncel in tin. country. No law higher
than the Baltimore Platform and the Fugitive
Blare Act was to be allowed, and yet this me
morial, so highly commended by the Senator,
ought to establish in other countries a law
higher than their own. Ho thought the object
ought most commendable one he would ha
glad that all nations should bo taught that there
m wnose taws ar.tl commands were
upremo, but ho did not think this was the na
tlon to send forth Missionaries to preach that
aootrmc. e woro tho last people In the world
lo make that appeal.
Mr. Cass If I understood what Die Senator
tneant, I would, nerhans. renlv to him.
Mr. Hals The difficulty is, that I meant,
jast wnat I said which is such nn unusual
thing here that tho Senator cannot understand
The memorial was then referred.
Slave Trading in the District of Columbia.
The Inst National Era contains the Account
of two different sales of human beings in
the District of Columbia. We copy the nc
count for the information of those politicians
who hove told us, that the trails wns abolish-
tl at the Capital of the Nation. Will not
those who hnve hail tho hugeness to utter
this falsehood, hlusli at these revelations of
th iniquity they attempted to cover up and
Ihua perpetuate. Let this wicked nation
read these exposures. Who would ho in
partnership with the niornl monsters who
would perpetrnto such crimes? And then
they attempt to deceive themselves and blind
the nation by occasionally buying buck n vic
tim aa in llio case of the moat fortunate
boy Henry, who was returned to his bereaved
and more than widowed mother. This sup
port of the system, with occnsionul contribu
tions for the redemption of a victim, is a
grosa inhumanity n pulimlilo support of
Isve holding unci sluvo selling- liunlning
the heart, and scaring the li:tl there ia of
conscience and liumnniiy left in the iiHlion.
With the Washington Correspondent of tl 10
True Democrat, we ore out of humor with
it." It has got to be on indispcnsihle part of
the system. They cant keep the system of
ales in human beings in operation, without
getting up nu occasional ostentatious den.oii
atralion of humanity, on the pnrt of slave
holders. A great mass of Whigs and Demo
crat who are pledged to support slavery
evsn now, would rebel without it. Like the
Auctioneer described below, they blush for
their work and would gladly give nn ocen
aiousl twenty-five dollars, to relcuso them
selves from its obloquy. We dont nirnn in
aay that every body who gives on such occa
sions does it with malice prepnso to sustain
the system. If they did thero would be
comparatively little harm done. Hut crafty
managers do it for this cud and beguile the
humane and unwary. We have not the least
objections lo Nor I hern slaveholders o)ing
their full quota for the emancipation of the
laves. They would exhibit unutterable
meanness, (a meanness by llio wny of which
natty of them are capable,) if they would
Bat do it. Hut let them do it by wholesale
and lor the auko of general emancipation,
and not as) now, occasionally emancipate on
individual, ihut three millions tuny be held
nor securely and gold mnro safely. That
is the legitimate and unavoidable cflucl of
humane aluve buying, as now conducted.
The Correspondent of the True Democrat
to whom we huvo relet red above, under dale
of January 3d, snys:
I am not in good humor. These call for
eld in redeeming the victims of the Slave
Trade are painful. A mother bus just left me.
She called to get aid nid in redeeming Iter
three children. The oldest, a daughter, now
in the slave pen. I wish those editors who,
in the lute campaign, were en anxious tn
make the people believe llm Slave Trade
here hod been abotithed by the Compromise,
were compelled to listen to I bene wailing of
mothers whose children nre torn from iliem
by Congressional laws which Whigs and
Democrats stand pledged to perpetuate in all
From the National Era.
THE SEPARATION AND MEETING.
A fow evenings ago, many of our citizens,
among them several slaveholders, were gath
ered about the humble dwelling of Itnrbnro
Peterson, an old eulured woman, familiarly
called Aunt Jlnrlwrn. Soon, a voice ex
claimed " here he comes !" na a stout good
looking colored man, nbout twenty-six years
of age, rapidly approached. 'Aunt llnrbara'
sprung towards him, and fainted in his urms ;
it was her son, her only son, and shu was a
widow. Ho bad returned, not from the
f;rave, but from the slave pen, the grave of
iving men. iturbaru Peterson iiud been
gripped of her children, one by one, till five
had been sold away to the plantations of the
far South, and Henry was all that was lull
liar. She wus poor, and, but for him, deso
late, lie was a slave, held by a rich mer
chant of Washington, from whom she hired
him her own son at eight dollars a month
boarding and clothing him. Hundreds of
dollars had she puid punctually, and often
Imd Henry proposed to buy himself, but the
master wus inexorable.
One day, not long since, while attending to
his business, he was seized by two constables,
who told him they hod n wnrrant for him.
lie said he had been doing no wrong, but
went with thein to n magistrate's office.
Then he was immediatefy manacled, and
dispatched to Baltimore, where he was
thrown into the aluve pen. He had been
old by the master to the trader!
The manner of bis seizure wan designed
to prevent the outburst of indignation, which
il was supposed such a transaction would
provoke. Barbara soon heard of it, and with
j heart breaking with anguish, aha hastened
to-fomc of be friend, and told her story.
An officer of the United Statea Army pro
ceeded forthwith to Baltimore, mid ascertain
ed that the trader would sell Henry for $1,000,
on condition that the sum of $ 30 should be
deposited as forfeit money, provided the
whole amount could not lie raised In ton
days. On his return, several gentlemen,
among them the Mayor of the city the ma
jority of them slaveholders undertook to
raise the sum, and nt last hapmly succeeded.
The price was paid down) Henry wos re
deemed; and it was he, who on the evening
mentioned, in breathless haste from the cars,
clasped in his arm his aged mother, over
come with excess of joy.
Wo hovo mentioned these facts, to show
what the Law ol Congress allows in Wash
melon, how soma men will use the terrible
prerogatives with which it invests them, and
to what nn extent public sentiment here is in
advance of the Law. Would llmt in every
similar case, occurring in the District, we
could record an equally happy termination !
SALE OF SLAVES IN WASHINGTON.
Piano Porte, Household nnd Kitchen Furni
ture, Negro Boy, Horses, Harness, Carry
all, Carts, Farming llciisils, cVc, nt Auc.
lion, On Saturday morning, December
II, at 11 o clock, in front ot the Auciion
Rooms, I shall sell without reserve, &c,
c., nt twelve o clock
One Negro Boy, 18 years of oge.
Also, a Negro Uirl.
3 horses, saddles, bridles, und harness.
Carryall, 2 carts, w heelbarrow.
Hay rake, 3 ploughs, cultivator.
Hay cart, lol of liirm harness, Ac
Terms, cash. Jai. C. McGi-irk.
The nhnvn advertisement nppenred in the
.Yational Juteltiptnar for several days prior to
the sale. Pursuant thereto, n crowd collec
ted at the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and
10th street, on Tuesday morning. Allur the
sale of horses, cows, and farming utensils,
the human rattle were put up, viz: n hoy
years old, nnd a girl yeurs old. On
pulling up tho boy the auctioneer said that
he would givo any limn fri't if ho would re
lieve him of the disagreeable duly of selling
I hose children. No one offering to relievo
him, he proceeded lo sell them, lie staled
that he was informed that tho hoy was res
tricted lo the District, which he believed wns
the liicl ; that the boy was deaf, had n run
ning in his head, mid was an invalid ; that he
wns the pet of his mother, who was present,
in great distress, and desired, as did ulso the
relatives of the family to whom lie belonged,
not to lie separated from him. These, chil
dren w ere part of the estate of Jesso llrown,
decensed, lute proprietor of " Brown's Ho
tel ;" no I it was known that Marshall Brown
(one of tho heirs) was present for tho pur
pose ol Inning tho hoy, it sold at a reasona
ble price, that he might not be separated
from his mother. The bidding commenced.
and he wns struck off to Mr. llrown at
when n man by the name of Nnylor, n trad
er claimed llio bid as his, and insisted upon
ine negro Dung struck oil lo lum. Air.
Brown averred tliut die bid was his. nnd
claimed the hoy. Naylnr threatened tn
prosecute the auctioneer il lie did not gel
him. After much cavilling among llm bid
ders, the boy was oguin put up, nnd this man
Na lor advanced the hid to f :l;10. when, the
auctioneer, prompted by feelings of humani
ty, ofleied liim if ho would not bid more.
This oiler wns accepted, with the Chiislinn
remark, llint ho (Nnylor) M had an lief make
$'!' in this tent) an lo make il out of a uipger."
So the $ri5 was paid over, nnd the poor trem
bling hoy wiih delivered to Mr. Brown.
llio gui, only leu yeurs ot age, was ncxi
set up, and in llio presence of its sgouized
mother wns Mruek oil' to Judge ttttirgis, of
Georgia, for llio sum of $ ; and this child
is now probably on Ha way tn llint distant
State, where shu will most likely drag out a
nuseiaiiie existence in Hie cotlnn-tiehi, with
out n single friend on whom to lely in case
of sickness or dish ess!
This nil look place in a Christian commu
nity, within half n mile of the Capitol of this
free and enlightened IiHlion where sal, at the
very tune (Ins disgrucelul scene was going
on, ihe Representative uf a peoplo whoso
laws lire I'lised on the prmi'iplu ol equal
righls nnd privileges, ami who have declared
" that nil men nre created free nnd equal !"
This is ouo of many cases that proves the
truth of Mrs. Stowo's assert ion--that famitici
are ttparatcd. Indeed, we here only wspiider
Hint it has been denied, fur every week we
iriDto of instances where one or more out of
n liimily of slave aro sold und curried
Results of the Bazaar.
Tho Anti-Slavery Huznar closed In this
city on Tuesday evening lust. Tho last four
days proved to be extremely unprnpitious
ns to me stale ot the weather, which must
huvo considerably ntl'ecled the pecuniary re
sult. Wo are happy to slnte, however, that,
with nil these (lithcullie nnd drawbacks that
attended the exhibition, the iimoiit realized
was not lees lliiiu Foi:n. Thousand Dollars,
being an advance of several hundred dollars
beyond the proceeds of last yenr. An olii
cial account of it will bo speedily prepared,
nnd laid before our readers, who, on both
sides of the Atlantic, nre eager to receive
tho porlieiilnra. On Monday Evening, clo.
quenl speeches were made by CiiARxr.s L.
ItKMOMinml Wendell Phillips. Mr. Phil.
Lies made another ( ll'eetivu shcech on llm
lust evening. Liberator.
" Miss Susan R. Southerland, of Newark,
Wayne county, n hamlriomn young lady, is
the regular operator of the Bain line ut that
place. She wn taught by her brother lha
mysterious dots and dashes, who is also an
operator. We believe Susan is the only fe
male operator in the country." Syracuse
Tho Star is mistaken. Several Indies are
at the present time engaged in the business
of telegraphing, and in all cose they make
neat and expeditious operator. The instan
ces which now occur lo u are Miss E. M.
Sheldon, at Jackson, Mich., Editress of a
weekly paper nt thai place! Mrs. Wool, nl
Albion, in Ibis Stuto ; Miss Furusworlh, Con
neaut, Ohio and Mrs. Fleming, at Newark,
Ohio. There may be, and doubtless are
mnny others employed on the various tele
graph line through the couutry. Buff. Com.
Defbctivb Ubooiupmt. Tho Washington
Republic speaks of the underground railroad,
which conveys scamps from Detroit to her Maj
esty'a dominions?' bs.
Indiana Futt Democrat. The True
Democrat, published at Cenlrevillc, Indiana,
ha been discontinued. A new paper bear
ing the above title commenced at Indianapo
lis. Mr. Vnilc, formerly editor of the True
Democrat, edits the new paper. It I lnrge,
well prinlod, and Mr. Vnile always make a
Ths Homestead has omitted to correct Its
mistakes of the previous week, in regard to tho
Into fair. It ccrtninly owes such correction to
itself, its readers and tho ladies who conducted
Tn Anti-Liovou Law tif Salrm. Our
town authorities have attempted the execution
nf the law against liquor selling. Several Indi
viduals hnvs been flnod, some of them repent,
cdly, for offending against it.
C'The Jerry Trinl aro put down for the
2."nh, ut Albany.
Good. Juhn P. Halo says the reason why
he was excluded from serving on any pur
ticilur one of tho Senate Committees, was,
tlint he was wanted to keep a general supur-vi-imn
over the whole! Ex.
The Water Curb ad Phrenological
Journal, commence new volume with the
year. They are valuable as ever.
Theodore Parker has published another
volume of sermons.
'Insatiate editor, would not Two suffice?
Wo had always supposed that absurd stories
grew In this vicinity like weeds in the tropics,
or trie planted by tho rivers. For once, how
ever, tho country newspapers havo got ahead
of our neighborhood. Wo havo made diligent
searrh, token the census, examnined every cra
dle, closet, crib, nook and corner, and are
prepared to affirm tho following story, which
has been in tho Windham County Telegraph, the
Xoricith Tribune, Springfield ltrpuhlican. Button
Chronicle, and other papers, to bo an exaggera
llcv. II. W. Bcccher's lady has presented
him with five littlo responsibilities in a little
better than ono yenr two soon after the arrival
of Kossuth, and three " tho other day." '
Twins there were a year ago, whose blessed
faces fill the homo with light. But tho three
above mentioned were born of thoso maternal
editors, whoso brains fulfil the prophetic words,
' Ye shall conceive chaff; yo shall bring furth
We turn thoso mousing, mongoring editors
over to tho next Woman's Rights Convention ;
or, if they are not fit for a scat there, they may
amuso their children with nursery Inlcs while
the mothers are nt discussion ; or if not fit for
that, lot them in mercy bo bound out as very
dry nurses at snmo foundling hospital. Inde
pendent, Hec. 23.
IT'Some of tho nowi papers having circulat
ed tho statement that Elir.ur Wright has recent
ly been, presented with twins hy his loving
wife, muking twenty children all told, ho w rites
to the Commonwealth in the following strsin :
Messrs. F.iutous : As several of tho news
papers have kindly volunteered to inform tho
public of my domestic affairs, without ontiro
succcs as to tho facts, and yours with the least
of all, plcoso permit mo to say to my old
friends and renders, that tho mousing edit
ors' havo not done me so much injustico as
might have been expected. There was in tho
first 'item' only an unimportant error of acx.
I am happy to confess two coy, whom 1 named
after two truo men, and whom, if they livo to
learn English, I mean to teach that truth is
greater than any number of men. For exam
ple, that any man, who, having sworn to sup
port tho Constitution of tho United States, votes
for such a law as tho Fugitive Sluvo Law, or
any judgo who rulea it law on the bench, is
either a blockhead or a perjured wretch, though
backed by millions of men whoso notes aro
discountable at the bank. 1 any, I oni hnppy,
for I believe there is bread and mi!k enough
in this country to warrant a great incrcaso of
the singular fanatics' who cannot bclicvo that
national fctouu (per sc) can bo converted Into
law by being enacted through Congress, signed
by some Fillmoro or Pierce, and adjudicated
constitutional by a S;ipremo Court who aro
fed for lifo out of tho Federal Treasury, and
holding their scats by the special graco of slave
holders. My two littlo boys I rsccivo as a hint
from the dominions of tho Higher Law,' not
yet to despair of having a ropublio moro just
and regardful of the rights of tho weak than
steel-bristling old autocracies and obligarchios
of Europe. With thanks for tho kind motives
of your unbelief, Iain truly your friend.
13 Acer y tired, Boston, Dec. 28, 1852.
The St. L"uit Intelligencer, referring to tho
stracmont which went the rounds not long
since, that tho hired girls at Pittsburgh, had
sont home $35,000 to their relationa in tho
Old Country within the six months previous,
states that, within twelve months, the emi
grants from Ireland in St. Louis have purchased
and transmitted horn f 110,000. These kitch
en girls, be it remembered, aro of tho class
whose condition is frequently declared to be
worse than that of tho Slaves. Imagine tho
sums of money thut the people of color at tho
North would send to their relativos in slavery
to help thorn out of bondage-, if thor were no
impodimenta or perils to bo encountered more
than exist in tho cue of the poor Irish girls
and their kindrod I Pa. Freeman,
Society is composed of two great classes
those who have more dinner than appe
tite, and those who have more appetite
than dinner. -
From the Christian Press.
We cut the following from tho Prcshy
terian of the West," (Dr. Rice's Poper.)
The Christian Press. This Abolitionist
jmper, published in this cily, has been, nnd
is in danger of running down for want of
support. Abolitionists have ulwoy had
more sail than ballast. They can declaim
vehemently nnd sometimes eloquently ; but
the sober doing of tho work is not so easy.
Wo are not surprised nt tho extremo anx
iety of some persons lo get us safely put out
of the way in the grave; and we nre thank
ful for these pleasant obituary notices, and
volunlcer funeral sermons ; but we aro un
willing to bu buried alive, and much an wo
wish to gratify our brother, we aro not quite
reaoy io inn yet, lor his amusement. J no
Christian Press has never passed n week, we
bolieve, without having more subscribers nt
the close than il had al the liegiuuiug ; its
list is now lurger than ever before, ami we
can spare probably Ihnu.'niul names from
it Without (idling below the list of the Pres
byterian of the West. Now instead of w ish
iug that our brother's paper may die, wo aro
only sorry that it is so small, and wo hope,
though it has been apparently sliitionnry so
long, tliut it has nol yut attained its full
"Wont be Responsible."
The following characteristic nnd rather
ludicrous scei:e, is described in llio Southern
Jlaplist. Ono of our exchanges says itoccor
red in Kentucky.
"After baptizing eomn six or eight willing
and proper subjects, Brother Thomas enmo
out of the water, when be was told (by llio
mistress of a girl who hnd been received by
the church) that thero Was number to bo
baptized; he replied, 'let ler como on';
and ns he led thu candidate in llio Water,
(lie man lo whom alio was hired was seen
riding up w ith his child in his arms, appar
ently much incensed. When they had
reached about tin) middle of tho strenm, he
exclaimed, 1 Sir. Thomas, 1 linhid that, sir,'
and continued to repent, ' I forbid it, sir,'
about ns fist as Im could nrticulnle, lor a
number of limes, how runny I would not
undertake to say. Brjther T. stood, cool
and calm, while llm crowd wns somewhat
astounded. The apprehensions uf snmo
weru excited for thu snli'ly of his child ;
while oihers may have considered Brother
T. in some danger. In reply to bis prohibi
tion, Brother Thoinns told him ho wns di
rected by her owner lo baptize her, but bo
contended she lielonged lo him, ns ' he had
hired her for this season.' Brother T. asked
what be should do, and her muster, who was
standing on tho bunk, and not n member of
any church, said, B.ipti.o her. Ho then
went on up the stream, while the brethren
sung that beautiful nud appropriate hymn,
Am 1 a soldier of the cross ' commencing
at the third verse, ' Aro there no Iocs for me
to face,' cVc.
" The candidate was immersed, and mine
up cut of the water, rejoicing in (jod. The
man turned ami went off', saying he would
not he responsible for thn damage, llm girl
might sustain. .Southern H.iptist.
We have fuller details of the sad railway
ruiaslrophc in New Hampshire.
Only ouo passenger car was nttnrhed to
the train, which contained about sixty per
sons. When near Lnwrcnce, (in conse
quence as is said of frost in the iron.) one of
llm win-els broke, mill instantly dashed it
off the track, nnd down an cmbiinkiiient
soma twenty fuel. The car broke in tho
middle, and was turned end for end.
General Pierce, and family were some five
seats from thu forward end of the cur. Nei
ther he, nor his wife, were hurl much, physi
cally. They extricated themselves from ihe
wreck, nud liiu liillier proceeded to look for
his boy, not dreaming of his file.
Young Pierce lay upon llio floor, nnd the
moment his father reached and had lilted his
cap fro in bis head, he knew nil. " I am
childless," he said. Tin) Utile fellow's head
was crushed, and his cap was filled with
Mi. Piorco was almost frantic, and her
"agony sad lo behold." She sought In cm
bruco tho body of hur son, but n pussongcr
prevented llmt, when sho was taken to o
house near by, nnd cared for.
J'.ielu passenrrer were injured, some of
Iheiu futully. True Democrat.
From the Columbian.
Text and Comment.
The limbers of Columbus linvo clcvnled
llio price of iho lonsorial oper.tiion to one
dime. Wu go for a general abolition of shi
very, lo reduce, according to ihe rule of do
mniiil nnd stipply, the cost of shaving, hy
increasing the number of proper knights of
llio razor. f 'in. villus.
Wo challenge the ingenuity of doughface
dnni, and llio power of langnnge, to present
nn argument in favor of slavery, llint will
outweigh this one of our fieet'ious contempo
rary, for its abolition. Ncvci less, il contains
nn unjust imputation against Ihe colored ruco.
"We degrade the colored ninii nnd llieu cry
out against the degradation," ns Ituv. Dr. Cox
once suid, nl Ihe time when he spurned lilies
os hollow n unchrislinii. It is llio disabilities
under which the colored man labors disabil
ities arising from tho prejudice which the
practice of slavery engenders und not a
disinclination or disqiuililicution for other
pursuits, tliut drives him, so generally, into
ihe practice of the " lonsoriul art." Jt is said
not to be so in the cilies of Europe, to nn ob
servable extent. It never wus so in Ihe En
glish or French West Indiu Islands. Il is less
so in tho southern than in thn northern cilies
of this Union, wherclussof the prejudice nud
consequent disability we spoko of exists.
Even in the city ol New York, the French
nud Italian barbers have lo a good extent
driven their sablo rivals from Ihe field. We
ask simple justice for tho colored man, ns for
all oilier men. But let our colored friends
themselves here see a new motive, in addition
to many other we have huretolbre urged, for
choosing other pursuits, in preference tn one
which, though useful and honorable of itself,
has become one of custe nud reproach to
thert), through the very prejudice which or
iginally forced then) into it, .-. .
LECTURES ON THE
EVIDENCE OF CHRISTIANITY.
Lecturcs on the Evidence of Christianity
will bs delivered in the Town Hall, in Salom,
Ohio, on the Evenings of the 17th, 18th and
19th, and on tho Evcningsof the 24th, 25th and
2flth of January, A. I)., 18.53, commencing each
evening at early candle-light. Tho following
Programme contains tho names of the Lecturers,
and the subjects on whioh they will sptak :
On Monday Evening, Iho 17th, llcv. Robert
Dickson ; subject Vrophrry.
On Tuesday Evening, the 19th, Rev. J. M.
Pryso; subject, Animadversion on Darker'
Itcvicw of tho Ilibli.
On Wednesdny Evening, tho 19th, llcv. Ilob
crt Hays ; subject, D.fficultirs of Infidelity.
On Monday Evening, llio 2ltli, lUv. Wm. O.
Stratton ; subject, MiracUt.
On Tuesday Evening, the 2Jlh, llcv. J. Kerr;
subjxot, Itariiiony of Jtcfelation with the Kcieiic
On Wednesdny Evening, tho 2r.tl, Iter. J. O.
llcascr subject, Internal IWidence of Chrittian
itg. Th Lectures will not partake of a denomi
national chnractcr, but the general principles of
Christianity, as held by tho various Evangelical
Ptofcsiors, will bo defended. No remarks will
bo designedly made for the purposo of wounding
tho sensibilities of any person w ho may bo pres
ent. All, both professor and skeptic, aro ro
spcctfully invited to attend ; and for tho purposo
of eliciting ns much truth as possible an oppor
tunity w ill be given at the closo of each Lecture,
to any person or persons present, to express their
objections in on orderly and courteous ninnncr,
to tho positions which havo been taken, con
finiuing their remarks to tho general subject
embraced in tho Lcrtute.
Stophon A. Douglass has been ro-eloctod C.
S. Senator from Illinois.
Receipts The Bugle for the week ending
Murk Watson, F urn merlon,
B. Beschore, New Aiitioch,
M. T. Johnson, Short Creek,
Mary B. Towiisenil, N. Ihighton,
B. Linville, I'rhuimii,
B. Stiodo, Berlin,
Abraham Ramsey, Columbians,
Thomas Knkcstraw, Mi. I'nion,
John Slriugliam, Buttle Creek,
J. Bonncll, " "
Win. Wolson, Lowelvillo,
F.. Warner, Warren,
Mills W. Vick, Murlboro,
1 ,.-()-! 11
1,50 :w I
Married nonr Marlborough, Slark Co ., on
New Vent's dny, by Marti Andkrsos Esq.,
Mr. Mii.to.v Maxh r.i.i., of Randolph, to MUs
Maroahet A.hm Vick of Marlborough.
Also at Iho same time, nnd place, Mr. Lew
is EmviN, of Atwnlcr, to Miss Liti.nda
Maxwkli., of Randolph.
M.uuucn, On tho 31t ult., in this place, by
tho llcv. J. F. Nchley, Mr. Jonas Cat-tell, of
Damascus, to Mrs. Maiiy Fu n, of this place.
1,000 BOOK AGENTS WANTED,
TO SELL PICTOniAL AND ISEPCL WORKS FOB.
the tear I":.
1,000 DOLLAIIS A YEAIt!!
WANTED in every Comity of the United
States, active nud enterprising men, to en
gage in the sulu of some of llio best ll-ioks
published in tho country. To men of good
address, possessing n smull capital of from
$'25 to $100, such inducements will ho utter
ed nsto cn.ihlu them lo make from $:i to $5
a dny profit. .
(XTli Bonks published by u ore nil
uselul in their charm ler, extremely popular,
nnd command large sales wherever they are
For further particulars, nddress, (postage
id,) BOm.KT SEAMS, Publisher
I!S1 Hilliam St., .Yew York.
Jolmson'8 Superior Tooth Souj
Too the First Premium al the Ohio State
All admiub Bkaltv, pe-uur IIcaltii, and
sei.k H.U'riNtis ; but ull cannot possess these
blessings unless they uc JOHNSON S SU
PERIOR TOOTH SOAP, which is wauiiantud
ik all cases to Purify the Hi oath, Destroy tho
unpleasant Tastes, and prevent tub inu'hiois
eitect.i uros the system arising from Diseas
We, tho undersigned, do most chcorfullv and
unhesitatingly recommend tho uso of Johnson's
Superior Tooth Soap.
It is an article well calculctcd for removing
impurities from the mouth, and beautifying the
Teeth an article that is cheap, and much
J. C. WHIXERY. D. D. 3. Salom, Ohio.
M. L. WRIGHT. M. 1)., Dentitt.Clevolaud.O
UOBISON & AMHLER, "
Dh. 11. STRICKLAND,
A. D. 11IGELOW, "
C. 8. PLEASANTS. ' Painosville.O.
8. P. 1IUNTUTON. "
Sold by Dentists and Druggist, generally.
S. llrooko, Wuolcsulo and lletail Agent,
AT THE YANKEE NOTION BTOllE,
Tlowditch on Slavery, History of the Trial of
Costncr liana way and others for Treason, Jay's
Review of tho Mexican War, Woman's Rights
and Duties by Elizabeth Wilson, Slaveholder's
Uoligion, Alcott'a Tracts by Dr. Alcolt.
With a variety of other Anti-Slavery and
Salom, Dto. 11, 1852.
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ly, and will comprise sixteen Urge piiRC", filled
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Tales and Sketches of approved merit will from
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JE. O. KMMIIT, cV Co ,
jjooksellors anil Slationers;
50, sriT.RIOR ST., CLEVELAND, O.
HAVE constantly on hand a full assortment
of IlOl IKS in every department of Literature,
LAW. MV.DICAt., Tlir.OI.nrilCAL, CLAS
SICAL, SCItutiL A.l M Iftt'LLLAXL-
Andrew Jackson Davis' Publications, Includ
ing bis Great Ilnrmnnia in 3 vols., Revelations,
Approaching Crisis, Philosophy of Spiritual
PRIN 1ER S STOCK. Cords, Card-Boards,
Ink, (ihizcil, Medium, Demy, Cup, Quur'.o and
Orders from the country respectfully solicited.
E. O. KNIGHT. & Cj.
D.'C 21, 1S5J.
CUTTING AND FITTING.
P. H. OAI.iinUATH & JULIA A. STONE,'
espeotfully announce that they are prepared by
tho use of Mitchd's Mathematical Guide, to-
cut and fit I.idics' Dresses, Mens' and Hova'
Sacks, Co.its, Round Jackets and Vests. They
solicit the patronage cf nil who aro in need of
thrir services, from town or country. They,
inny be found for the prc.-ciit at their icfpectivo
residences, ills, (l.ilbrenih on Main St., below
loiuhiisnn's Store and Mils Slouu on New Gar
den St., South nf Main.
N. U. Tho ri,;ht to mc the guide, for sale aa
above, ulso, instrurlu n given for tho snmcsuch
as will enable nnypi r-on to cut and lit with
accuracy, for cither male or fetnule.
Salem, Doc. 17, lHoii.
WATER-CrilE AND INFIRMARY,
FOIl THE Cl'RE OF CllltOXIC VISEASFSl
Located at Gi.axvii.li:, Licking Co., O., and
combines tho advauinces of other good estab
lishments, a healthy location, a supply of puro
water, gymnasium, a skilful lady in charge of
the fenuiio patients, a phyU iun who has hud an
extensive ( ructico of Ho jrnrs, Ike, kc.
Females w ho have been confined to their beds,
unable to vvn'.k or Fit up for from one to twenty
years, in conscqncr.ee of r.crvous, spinal, or
uterine disease, arc especially Invited to rnircs
pe.nd with cr visit us. Traversal success in
Ihe treatment c.f this c'.n's nf diseases has given
us cnnlhlcree, and we s ,y to nil such, even
though they have snli'i red much of many Phy
sicians, make one more trial. Trims from $ 6
lo $12 per week. Patients furnish towels and
pauxing mntciials. Addrrss,
W. W. DANCP.OFT.
Granville, Nov. 5, '62.
t.JOIMI.i;, iltL'SttltOVK A Co.,
41 UANK-ST., CLEVELAND;
CO Vi M ISSI0X M Ell CI I A NTS.
WHOLESALE Dealer in Woolen ond Do
mestic ti j ids. Merchants ill Hnd a larger as
sortment r f Woolen Goods than at any other
house West ef N. Yoik, nnd ut a satisfaciory
terms ns can bo foun 1 in N. Voik or Huston.
Cash advances on Wool.
November 117, 18vJ.
MIS. C. L. CHURCH,
LATE OF THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH,
BEGS leave to inform the hihnhitante nf K.
lem and vicinity thut sho has brought with her
a luigo nssoitment of IIOTAXIC SIEDICIXFS
carefully prepared, in the form of Tills, i'ow
ders, Tinctures, Syrups, Ointments, Salves and '
Plasters, together with an assortment of crude
or unprepared Medicines, which ahe ofrcra for
sale on reasonable terms for cash, or such arli
clcs of produces aro used in a fumily.
I'j-ncr, i orner nj own and Lundg SI,
Salem, Nov, 20, 18.52.
THE YANKEE VnTtnv ctai,i .
- -v-i ... , v-nt-, nu wen
removed to Dr. Stanton's Pudding, Corner of
M-un and Chcsnut St., immediately Vct of
Chessman & Wright's Hardware Store, and
nearly opposite the lljnk.
Where tho mot lleautiful and Extensive
Assorimcr.t of FANCY GOODS AND YAN
KEE N OTION S, that has ever yot been brouKb.l
to thia country, can be found at the lo
Salem, Nov. 20, 185J.