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HENRIETTA, THE BRIDE.
BY HARRIET MARTINEAU.
( During the hottest weather of a summer
long gone by, the dress-makers ul London
were in a pitiublo slnlu of worry nml ex
haustion. The Queen, wife of Charles II.,
bad introduced n sort of Itlootncr costume,
which fixed nil eyes; oml of course nil It
main lieuili wore sci on having n soil like
tlie Queen's. Her Majesty liml appeared in
the Turk with n white-laced waistcoat or
jackal, anil a crimson, short petticoat anil a
little lint with n footlier. Alter this, theru
woi no rest liir If to dress-miikers, ill) every
Isdy hud tier short petticoat ami jacket.
'J'lie gentlemen professed themselves sciiii
dnlized, not ut Hie petticoat, lull in I In: ladies
buttoning their jackets to llio llirniit, n men
Imllon their coats in cold weather. Wu
lienr something, also, of periwigs under llio
lints; hut this, which seems to iih ihu only
objectionable uirt of Ihu dress, (nml it Was
art not worn hy thu Queen,) scents In
have pnsscd without challctigo in those days
of frizzled pntea. Amid! the pressure on
Iha dress makers, llio brides churned In hu
first served : nud ihu claim was nlhiwcd ;
Kir ii wns cicnity impussililu for young la
dies tn be married nil their wardrobe were
prepared lor I do newest fashion. Hut lie
ci mo mora mid more ilillii'iilt to supply even
Ilia bride ( liir llio apprentices, nml even the
dress makers themselves, uero djing: very
fust, some said with dual mid fatigue, other's
Willi something wursc. Tho hu t was, the
plaguo wu in London, nml spreading fiist,
though nohody in Ihu foahioiiuhlu world
chosu to own it. The pht siciiihs, seeing
what would please, mid believing nhirui to
ha dangerous, dented the hat in genteel
boiifca, though tliry swallowed a lmiii of
picy eleetmuy wiien they rose, in Ihu morn
ing, uiul cm thi'ir round with lozenge in
their mouths, nml ki- t n 11 irk of C'miiiry
wine linmly to lot lily themselves whrn m
hausteil. i'licy li t ihu world know of these
precautious afterwards ; hul, nt llio linir,
they seemed to deridu all apprehensions,
an J helped to cry "Peace! cuce!tt when
there was no pence.
Miss Henrietta Holmes was otto of lliu
intended brides of Ihnt Kiimnier, ntiil lor her
were innny needles plied, till one apprentice
after another dropped from her stool, or
failed to conio to wmk in ihu morning.
The gny girl knew nothing of this; lor her
lover kept from her knowledge nil hu could
of llio spread of the plague ; mid her parents
kept it from themselves. They wcro very
bappy; nml they did not hku lo think ol
any disturbance. Charles UmIioi'iip, her lov
er, hud acurccly any fenr. lie und hi bu
luvcd were us healthful u.t people could well
be; and ever) hotly Ihuuglil ihey tun led long
life lit their fiiccs. Unless hy some uccidciit
from an over-ndvrnliiromtiipiiil, ihey seemed
a seruro its youth, strength, energy, mid
hearts could miike them.
The wediling-ihiy in rived. There wiis n
grent dinner lit two o'clock. All the relu
twiii w ho were in London were pruaenl ;
and the clergyman, and the lutnily phynieimi,
and ioiiio inliinutu liiemU hesideii. Henri
etta wan, that ihiy, a bi'lit lo miiku the most
rneluneholy peron cheerful. Iter round
rony face und dimpled chin, gnve her the uir
' being younger limn ahu really wna; and
ahe looked too childlike lo he liriile. bhe
waa rallied and toasted rutlier too iiiiudi ua u
child, Chnrlcf ihunght, hy wnnu of her linn
er'a friend j but they hud d nulled her ua a
Italic, and had forgotten tint hipe of year.
Just heloro her mother nml Ihu oilier l.idie
Jell Ihu luhle, Churlua ounurved lliut Henri
etta looked uuconiibrtahlu fur a moment, and
hivered alightly, as if from cold. Ha or
dered the door which lead down to the gar
den to be cloned; and ohaerved lliut a
draught of air wna mure to hu avoided on
hut day, when it wua pleuuiuteal, than on
eccasioiM when nobody liked it. ileuiieiiti
inuuked him with a minle, and pienently
withdrew, followed by mother und uimti,
II eager to drcaa her ibr the ceremony of
It wiih hur mother who put tho fiuiliiug
band to her dies hy liiBleuiug the einhroi
dered j u ket mid m running thu lueu mil'
within it. While doing Huh ihu mother be
came niddciily aileul, .iirned thu girl round
to liire the light, uiiliieleiiud ft jewelled Iml
lon or two, und then in n couutrained voice,
asked her daughter how ahu thought ahu
would go through tho ceremony, whether
he lelt strong and ut ease.
"U yea replied Henrietta, "I ahull get
through very well. Why not?"
. If yon leul the least anxioin, or fuinl, or
weak, my dear, lot me know, and you ahull
have n cordiul w hich will atrvnglheii your
HTulkof rorditiU," aaid nil nunt, "to it
girl with a cheek like thia!" palling it fondly.
jjlie ia liebh aa u roue. Shu wniita no cor
dialM." JSut llenriutln did not any ao.
" itetler give hur a liltlu cordinl," aaid an
other aunt. " A girl may need it on ouch n
day aa thia, who never did butorc und never
may again. Jieaidua, I auw hur aluvcr helure
w lll the talile."
" llonriolln," anid Iter mother, norvoualy
fnatening the butioua again, "uro you well?
" Vea, mother; that 1, very nearly, indeed;
Ouly jiit a little aick."
u Very nuiiinilly, I am eure aaid every
body. M We will ak Dr. Hodgea nhout the cor
dial;" and tho mother wua going locall him,
when Henrietta. Hopped her, laughing. Hliu
would not have u word to any to any doctor.
Bhe waa well now, quite well; the hula
ijiiuliii bud passed, wu ipiite gone.
l)r. Hodges, came, however. Hu was told
that lleliriellu lull alightly unwell. In apite
of himself lie looked grave, till h hud fell
brr puUe, looked ut her lougiie, and so Ibrlh,
'i'hui with really clieerlul liico lor hu
loved the girl us if she hud been hi daugh
ter lie told her it wua only a luilo nervoiis
lieas, iniliiriil enough on such a day. hhe
lind not lost her appetite, be observed ut
dinner tier pulse wua sternly, her complex
ion unlurul, her breathing eusy, and she hud
no pain ; hu would venture to call her per
fectly welt; and in thia she luughiiigly
greed. Once more, her mother turned her
toward the light, uufiistened her dress, put
side the Ince ru(T, and watched the physic
ian's countenance. He know it; nud be
commanded hi countenance well. The
necks be aaw were minute and lew; but
their akaractw not to be tnUiukeo.
Ho wished liiuiaelf hundred milea oIK
Ho would fain have bail' those little mnrke
on his own breast rather than yn through
what be saw must hupiwii thai uigltf. Itut
he would not leave the scene. Ha was cal
led nway tn a caso moro advanced than
herVj but he hastened back in lime tn wil
nesa tint rernninny. He saw her married ;
and his composure no doubt removed the
lenr of Ihu mother, for till wna done cheer
fully and merrily; and when the guests mil
down to tho evening banquet, no one but
himself seemed to see Ihnt Death was of tho
eiunp.iiiv. As soon lis the tiililu wns clenrril,
However, tlie Indies withdrew; for the liridii
could nm cnm-eul that slu) wns oppressed
w ith the heiidm liP. A Iter that, all was gloom
and terror.- When thu poor girl's frantic
cries Were liennl Irom up stairs, the onn low
groan from the bridegroom sect everybody
uwny. Tho ymuiif hnshnud could not stay
besiihi his bride; fur shn did not know him.
W'liile hu cooled her head, she cried out liir
bun, with so agonized n cry that ho could
not hear it. 1'ruiii Ihu door ho nelually
heard llio piilpitnliiin of her henrl. Hy mid
night, uioriiliciiiiim had n't in on I lint lair
hreast when) lliu small specks hail caught
tier molliei s eye. lint lust passengers III
the early iiiornitw nw the liouso sliut up.
and thu red cins on thu door, nml no one
was within hut tlie old Woman who madii
her harvest of tending the deml. Hio called
from tint window, and thu dead cart caiiio,
I lui old woman madu n plentiful morning
mciil of the remains of die wedding least;
imiilo n liuuillf ut the rich dress of tho
bride, holding ihnt lueo mil' lo the light,
Willi iiihiiiralioii, heforn she lidded it up lor
her bundle ; locked Ihu dour lifter her ns
vim w ent out, nml lelt the iiImhIo where then)
had been so much mirth yesterd..y, nml
where nothing was now heard hul the ru-tle
of tho mice, which rami) boldly liilill to
revel in iIih Irngiiiciits of ihu good cheer.
Thu incident of those days nro immortal
izeil hy Hieir liemg erected into a tvpo of
liornlil,! ami inevitable late: and h'uivii nil
other incidents, that of the little nuriilu stain
on thu brunst. Wo rend nml t dl of the
plngiiH spot so liimilimly ihnt wo have nl
nuihl lost sight of whnt it means. It would
bri well to recousiiler it, nml dwell upon it.
U' there is audi n thing, for instance, ns n
Wlato with nn pstiihlhhfil vieo in ii, if wo
kntrv such a thing as a democratic republic
with a deep seated tyranny in tho midst of
it, tiud call Ihnt tyranny n plaguo spot, wu
bud belter ponder what lliut phruso truly
menus, and what it certainly lorhodes. It is
idlu to tnko our eyes from it, because tho
thoughtless ; exult in thu vigoioua youth of
lluit State, in its bloom of pioinise, in the
opening hel'oru it of n new ami blessed ca
reer. If thu phigiiu spot is there, Ihu bloom
and ihu promipu will vanish liko the. dew
and tin) deheuto beauty of the desert Mower
when the simoon is on Ihu way. Dl'uiIi und
pillreseneu is at hand.
And is Ihero no escape? Thero have
been instances of recovery from the plague;
one case mining leu Ihiiusalid. lint in lliul
ono case, Ihu stain has been nt once recog.
iiized as n plaguo spot, nml instant nml vig
orous treiilmciit has billowed. Wherever
thu snlp-rcr has concealed und denied, wher
ever he has rushed inrih into thu gtreet, de
daring himself well, shouting forth bis
confidence, and mocking ihu pity and horror
of the world liml looked on; in every sued
case, pei ilitiou bus overtaken him, nud hi
self-will ha been hi ironical epitaph, cu.
graved on thu memories of all survivor.
Mi'. Hooker, of Philadelphia, is uhottt lo
publish a iHiok to prove that, as fur us ihu
ensu mid comfort of hli; nro concerned, a
slave is lictier oil' limn a freeman, provided
that bo can think so. This reminds us of
Ihu philosopher who wished, one lierr.iag
d;iy when our lingers were blue and icy, to
prove to u that cold wna ouly ia the imag
ination, und thai uny mini ia warm who
thinks ho is. The ddliculty lies in thinking
so. Daily IltgUltr.
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For the Bugle.
How beautiful thou art to tne my boy I'
Not all the light and lovliiic that lies
In the calm face of ummer'a glorious skirt
Could ever to thy mother's heart com p ire
With the clear radiance of thy sunny eyes.
Thy blooming check is to mine eye moro fnlr
Than tho rich far-famed bue that brightly
On the fresh bosom of tho opening rose
My dearest, and my joy I
The strains of melody to sweet and wild
Of gay birds enroling amid tho bowers
Wluro the sweet spiing-tiinc comet with bcot
Could never mnko my yearning hoart re
Liko tho glsd inusioof thy merry voice
Thou loved and lovely child.
Ai thou to mo to to c.ich mother's hoart
Tlio child ol lirr alfection boy of mine
When thou doit climb upon my knoo and
Thy tender armt around my neck ; I dars
Not think what grief, what terrible despair
Would till my tout, if ilendt bad power to
Thee from my armt ; such deep such awful
Ood in hit merry grant I ne'er may know
And yet I know such shameful deedt arc done
1-Hch day beneath Columbia's banners fair ;
Deeds Unit tho light of Clod's fair heaven
And hiilo in htll, as foul beasts seek their lair
Awed and abashed by duylighl's searching
O, as I think of this, what bitter scorn,
What burning indignation awallt my heart,
I hate tho boasted laud where I was born
And spurn tho raco of whom I am a part I
C. L. M.
Monroe, Wis, Feb. 1853.
For the Bugle.
To the Evening Star.
"fis twilight hourj all weary nature tiukt iu
Sato thee, bright Star j Thou nightly vigils
Thou'rt brilliant now, aa whan ths morning
start together sang
Their protso for the Creation's wondrous hlan.
iliourt still the tunic, the brightest form of
lliut dawned whou Ood said, Let thsre now
be light ' I
Though changa has left its traces everywhere,
Slid thou'rt tlie tame, bright Uroninx Star.
Thou look'st tercucly on Iha (looping woild
Scct't mountains stand, whore oacan's used to
And winds woft o'er sweet songs of love.
Whero oi.ca tho war whoop woke tho startled
Sccst mouldering ruint lie, whose lofty dome,
Once towered towards thy sauro homo;
Tho nighthird tprcad her sable wing,
And echoing winds their rsjuiuru sing.
And aa tlie mournful notes are bltndtd with
They tell of earthly grandeur O how frail.
The mighty Sage whose deep prophetic ken
Swayed the whole world, whose sceptre was a
Till Heaven's own lightning was submittiTt to
That hand is palsied, cold and still.
The pott too. who soared on angel's wingt,
i'ar, far abovo tho reach of ail material tilings;
Touching hit lyre, still in his onwari flight,
Till nations heard, and wondertd with delight;
All sharo the common fate, all meal their doom,
And lcavo their honor mouldering iu .thaix
Thou tcest our country's flag so fair,
Proudly tprssd tut upon the glad (res air,
Spotted, alas 1 with atain of human gore.
It this its freedom I Let il wave no mora,
O'er millions bowed beneath that cruel chain,
Which inaiks tho power of slavery's bloody
Thy beam shall shine, when slavery shall and,
Am! hearties tyiauls, with the duit shall bltnd.
Till alien, thy radiant lutture give,
To light the path of the poor fugitive,
Where father, mother, child, shall all be frte,
And human hourts, shall ccate to sigh for lib
SUSIE ST. CLAIR.
SUSIE ST. CLAIR. GLEN COTTAGE, Jan. 28th, 1853.
vvaa roB viiilbiai.'u. To those troubled
Willi trozon or chilblain feet, the following re
ceipt will prove acceptable.
1ipii.i....i . .
, - vaicr tumcisiit to cover
me tect sndtoak them ia it vara aa they can
bear, attirst, letting it grow cold, than throw
eolu water over them to prevent taking cold,
this process often repeated will greatly relieve!
il does not cure.
Tm Suicmsom BaoTHKue. At pertaining to
Iheapplierof the ealorio rwineiult, thia para-
8'"' iiiierMiing .
"lrics.ons's oulj brothsr t the meet dis
tinguitlied engiacer in Sweden, lit hat lately
eompleted a massive and magnigesat slake er
lock of marble which unites the fresh water
harbor aa one tide of Stockholm with the ttlt
water on the other, and is now engaged, at tlie
request of the Emperor of llutsia, ia building
canal to connect the interior lakes ef Cinland
with the Baltlo. So great are the natural eb.
atruotiona that no engineer hat yet ventured to
attempt tbit latter undertaking. The house in
which these two brother! were born has bean
purohated by the Swedish government for pre-
wTWBuii as e puoiui aoatunaa
From Madame Pulzsky's Diary in America.
Dte.$Zth. called on Mrs. Motti the em
inent Quaker lady, lo whom mutual friend
bnd given me a letter, 1 have eeldoin seen
a face more artistically beautiful than that of
r1ai 1 IIKrnlia Mult UI.A I.L m I.L. ..
iqne cameo." Her feature. so mar '.: y
.' . . .. .1 . t .i i ii7'
c uiracte .alic. that, f hey were less noble,
hey ni.ghl b called sharp. Beholding her,
I felt that great ideas and noble purpose.
riiosi nnve urown up wiiii iter iiimu, which
have a singular power of expression in her
very movement. Her language Is, like her
appearance, peculiar nml transparent ; nud
it ia only when she touches upon the slavery
question that Iter eye Hushes with indigna
tion and her lips quiver wiih n hasty impa
tience, disturbing the placid harmony of her
countenance and her eonvcrs uion. but
though shu poi lively pronounces thu v'mws
ut which shu has arrived by sell'-mailo inqui
ry, Jet slut mildly li.-Ieiis to every objection,
nud Hies tn convince by llio power of her
arguments, nuliuged by ihu slightest fanati
cism. Him expressed her warm sympathy
w ith the cause of Hungary, nml her tulmira
lion ol the genius of Kossuth ; yet shu
blamed hi neutrality on the Ihu slavery
1 objected, that as Kossuth claimed non
intervention as the sacred law of nations, hu
wns not culled on lo interfere in n domestic
question of the Foiled Stales, so intimately
connected with their constitution, lint how
can Kossuth, thu champion of liberty mi
swered she nut ruiu his voieu in fnvur of
the oppressed luce ? in nrguu is surely not
the sumo thing ns to interfere. I repliuil.lliut
n question involving intricate domestic m
leiesls, und liir thai very reason, passions so
bitter, lliut even nil allusion to it rouses sen
sitive Jealousies, certainly cannot hu discuss
ed hy u foreiger wiih the slightest cluiueu
of tloing good ; that the dillicitlty of eman
cipation lies, perhaps, less iu I lie. lack ol'
acknowledgment of lliu evil of shivery ,ttuiu
iu the hardness lo devise the means ol cairy
ing emancipation without convulsing tlie
liuiinci.il iu Icrcfts of thu slaveholders, nud
lo do it ill u coiistitiilioiiul way. For, alter
nil, this must be intended to, n ine vvcllate of
thu whole community is not to he endanger
ed ; therefore, Ibis problem curi only hu
solved practically hy native Aiiiviieun st lv
llicu, living in the midst of thu people, Willi
whom i lodged the filial xwer In adopt the
measure, lis it has already been douu lo lite
free States and iu the old Miianisli colonies.
Though I could not acquiesce in the opinion
of Mr. .Molt thai the alNjlilion of slurerv
should ho preached in season nml out ol
season, by llin delender of the riuhi of iih
lions, I yet fell beneath the charm of her
moral superiority, and I wiirnilv wished thai
I could spend hours to iMen nml lo discuss
with her und Mr. Moll, in the attractive cii
cle ol' her children nud grandchildren.
ureal wns, llterelore, my iislnui-dimenl, lien
upon my expressing my iiiltiiirulioii lor Mrs,
Molt lo some gentlemen, one of them vx-
claimed, " Vou do not menu lo say thai you
nave caucii on lliut luily t "
'Of course I huvc," wan my unswer : "whv
should I not? I mil most grultfied lo have
done ao, und I onli reirret Ihnt the eboiiiiess
of the lime wo have lo snend here orevi-iu
iu iiiiiii imivii repeuiiug my visii.
" Hut shu is a lurioii abolitionist," retorted
the gentleman. It will do creul harm lo
Governor Kossuth, if you associate with that
" I lireccive, sir " snnl I. ' that vou hielilv
ctleem Mrs. Moll, as you consider her iihuie
a wholu parly. Hut if nv Irieml of iov.
eruor KohhuiIi, even if he himself, ennverses
wiiii a person who bus elronu- oniriions
aaiai slavery, wuai uarin can there lie in
" Your cause trill then loose mint friemU
n una ciiy, waa tne answer.
J was lierfecilv Rmaxrd at aueh inmlfrsnr.
uim esprrssto nits iraiiRly. I he gentlenun,
bnwt'vcr, Httempted lo point out to me wlmt
miscluef the alsjIiiiotiisM were doing, nml
bow long avo eitiiiiicinntitm would have been
carried m all the Stales, bnd the aholihomsu
not ao iolentiy interfered; "and betide.
.....: ii . . . '
uiiimiien nej mrs. mott preaches: "
Well," replied I. "do not munv Qnkr
hulies preach occusionully ?
1 his fact Was admitted, hut nnnth rr untt.
lloman rcmaiked that Mrs. Molt wns damHr-
ous, a bersennont were powerfully inciting.
"Isslie a hk'htiuu Quaker?" iniiuirad I.
who uppeula to the word of the Suvior,
that be did not come loeetid peace ou earth,
i.... i i 1
uui inv anoru
" I tun a fightiiig Quaker mvself." aaid thu
gentlemaii ; my forefnihura (ought iu llio
revolutionary war, but Mrs. Molt ia a Hicks
ile." To my inquiry, what were the tnneia nl
the Hicksitce, inapiiiug audi dishku, I got
Hie aiiewer, ' l liey nre very had, very bad ;
they, iu Inct, believe nothing."
I bis assertion wns so coutriidielnrv to iha
impression lelt on my mind by Mrs. Mott,
Unit I attentively icrused smnu of bar sor
moiia, uud 1 fiiuntl llietn pervaded by that
fervviit tleaire lo seek truth and lo do right,
of which Jesus lenri.es us ihnt blessed are
they who do hunger mid thirst niter righte
ousness, for Ihey shall be filled and tliero
lore, although my views differ from hcr'a on
iiiimy points, I precuire liml the pnrly fed
ing must hu strong iu Philadelphia, lo
such tnijusl views a 1 had beard expressed j
und 1 could not help thinking thai the med
dling and nurrow spirit had nut yet depurted
here, which, in 1707, proposed thai young
men should be obliged lo marry nt a cerium
age, and thut only two aorta of clothe should
bu worn, one kind lor sunininer, and one
kind Ibr winter.
DotoLAt Jasbolb's Idea or Conbbrva
tivss. 1 hue's a sorlol men iu the world
thut can't bear any progreae. 1 wonder they
ever walk uoIcm Ihey walk backward. 1
wonder Ihry dou'i icluse to go out when
theie'a nw mmiu and ail out of lova
and riect fur that "aucicut in.iituiion ,"
nm viu vus, Aiut tttere always weie aueh
IHiople, and alwaya will be. When Lucitcre
lul came tit, bow many old woiuen,uiim)h
old aoulti, any of ibem worthy lo he member
of Pariiumuul stood by thotr uiatche and
tinder boxes, and cried, " no surmndor."
And bow many el iheae eld wuttMiu, dis
guised in male attire, go every day about at
public meetings, prolesing to be ready lo
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lion a weeklv sviuuisis of news, under the Ii
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lams a record of important statistics, as well
its ol' other pning events of general interest
in nut Liiiirn writes.
Thu present volumi) nf tho llnusehotd
Wonls commenced with No, I of lh New
Series, with which, ami the siicueuding
mntihsrs, mi new suh.icnher cm lie lur-
Tf.RMs. The Household Words nuiv be
iihliniieil ol Ihmks. Hers, Periotbual Aaents,
or from thn Pehlishers (No. 17 Siuuce-sl.l nl
$ i SO s yenr, or fij ecru n number Ibr sni
ffle copies; '2 copies (t.r . I JX); il copies,
1 ami. i n . : a i -
. w-jwi, i v ri,Mrn, i7 ij. liurgytueu
siippiirii nt 7t (j ir siiiiuiii.
Aihlres all orders lo
McKLKATIl &. LORD, No. 17 Spruce
at., New York.
lX"AgMiite wanted in the City ami for
AT THE YANKEE NOTION STORE.
Dnwditeh on Slsvery, History nf the Trial cf
i nsiiicr il uinssy and othert lor Treamn, Jay't
Koiew of tho Mexican War, Woman's Rights
and Duties by KliAiheth Wilson, llavct.oldor"t
lH'iigimi, Alcotl tracts hy lr. Alcntt.
With a variety of other Ami-Slavery and
t .wiiliriioij umiu,
Salem, Doc. H, 1842.
Jolitiaon's Snprrlor Tooth Soap
7'eo tkt first Prtmium ut the Ohio Slatt
Alt AIIMIRB DlAl'TV, desiub IIealtii, and
tuua. llAvrinks; but all cannot poascss thoe
blesMtigs unless they use JOHNSON'S SU
- 'Will SUAl'.Wlilch is WAUUANTtU
IttVtltrvli Kiknn ..n ... ....
IU ALL caxi lo Purity the llreuth, Destroy tho
unplcasuiit Tastes, and vukvent tub imjchiols
KfiEcr vron tub svxM arising from Diseas-
We, the undersigned, do most cheerfully and
unhesitatingly recommend the use of Johnson's
Superior Tooth Soap.
Il it nn articlo well caloulctod for removine
hupuritii from the mouth, and beautifying the
i nut-an nrucio mat tt cheap, and much
J. C WIIXERY. D. D. S. Salem, Ohio.
M.L. WRIGHT. M. D.. Dciiti.t.ClevcIatid.O
llOULSON &AMULER, ..
D. B. STRICKLAND,
A. D. BIOEI.OW,
C S PLEASANTS. riiiotville,0.
8. V. HUNTU ION
Sold by Dentists and Druggist, generally.
8. Brooke, Wholesale and llotuil Agent,
GOMALE, ITItSGKOVE Co.,
41 BANK-8T., CLEVELAND
WHOLESALE Dealers in Woolen and Do.
anetlio Goods. Merchants will find lro .
torment of Woolen Good than at any other
ij"ion uwhii man at any other I
N. York, and at a s.ii.fm..
HUtlotj If vis Ut
termt at can be found in N. York or Boaton.
Cash advanoea on Wool. , I
- VevtuitMr U, UiL '
What can le got lor l ive Dollars'! I
The timlnrsignril have entered into nn sr
rnngemciil hy which they agree In furnish
thn Knickerlsicker MHgnzme, (montblj J the
Home Journal, (weekly,) nml thu Musical
World nml Times, (weekly,) lo new subseri
burs, nt Ihn very moderate urire ot fiv del-
lars n Jear liir the three puliiieaiioHS all
orders enclosing that amount let Dyer, -it
Willis, will bu prnmily nltended lo. .
'SA.ML'LL I ILLS TON,,
Publisher nf the Kniclirrtxxktr
MORRIS & W ILLIri, - ...
Puh'iihm of tin llnmt Journals
DYFR & WII.LH, i
Pullithtn of Iht Minilcrtl World and Timti. 1
2.i7 Droiuheag, Mm York.
Craoil Lilrrurj and Afllnlie I'oinblnaliao.
Arrangements fiavo liven made to furnish the
K KKfciinocKt.ii M aoahinr, the Homb JoirsaW
and the New Yoiik Mu-ical Wohlu asp '1 iwas,
to nkw suH.csinKiK, for Ftva dollaus a ytar !
This is cheap literulur with a vengeance. The
KsicKKiuioLKtH is $3 per annum) the llosta
JorusAL. 9 and I lie Musical Wohlb and.
'I'imk, $3 ; inuking $S u jear st the usual rate..
That ihtue such w .rks r an be obtained for rrr
ooli.ahs a year, is a laet truly worthy the t'so
ohic age, which is jut now being ushered in.
Ol the Kmckkuhoc Kku 1 AOAit.it, edited by
l.twts Oavlouii I i.ai.k, it is unuecrHsry t
speak, f or I went; )fnrlths hi en the most
gemsl, humorous mid spicy monthly" ia the
world niid tho u ntil volume will he better
lliiui n 1 1 wl,i h piecrdid II. li e Hums. Joi'R
XAt., edited by ( lo. P. Mnnuis, nod N. P.
Wilms, i well tiiown as the tK-i-t Ismily nrwe
paper iu Aineiii s i and 'lie Misical Woaia
AN U TlMl.K, (lilted by liKIIAlll) 101H WlLUS,
with LottLi.l. Ma-o., tiro II. 1 1 mi", 'Ihohas
IIa-ti.vo-, m V. HiiAtist hv, IIko. V. Root,
and other musical wntiis lontiii.iilinm enel
wl'.ich gives stiioiig other tilings, over 1! worth
nl iiiiinic nn 1 full l oiir.e ol iiistriietiui in htr
mony annually, is the very best musical journal
ever published. These tlirre publications wlU
po-t a family up in regurd tn ncrly ever j thing ,
worth knowing; Ait, Science, Literature; Mu
sic, Painting, Sculpture ; Inventions, Diocover
lesj Wit, Humor, Fancy, Sentiment : the Newi
est Fashions and other at I rait ions tor l.adie
Choice New Music for thu Suhhath, the C burch,
and the FirrsmV ; Reviews uud C-riticUma of
MiiaIciiI Woiks, 1'crlortners und Pert'orti, slice ;
in ahnrt, the very pick and ctciun of Novelty,
Incident. History, lli.inrapliy. Art, Literature
and Science ; im la, loin w lialever can be given
in pcriiidiciil- to promote Healthy Auiusen.eat
and S iliil IiiMrm tloii in the l.iitilly. tied help ta
itinko it Hotter, Wiser, sn I ltnppier, iiiav Be
now olittiino l tor nvu uoi.i .vus. Adurst DI
ER le WILLIS. ii7 HroeJwuy. j4
l'e'E liters piiMcdiimi li e id-ove thti r lituv
and srndu 1 1.0 pa; am co'itab in,; it la Dier Jt
Willis, will receive the three wofki ti.iine j; Tor
Tht hhiU SUive.
liu, "ion nl (jVo'Wv.
Vitr'r Tnux's rSV:
AitfA' -'mr J' Aolw1
Aiiriv' .' e.iif.itiia
Vartglt'i Life itj Sit rling. U,i;t llm .uono, voU
I, II. Ill, H utti C'uit JU;ricit.jiatUi, ,
And a Kpiendii asoriirii lit ol fi.ucy pit nla
tiou 11 ioki, and mi eodicnA vai.ety iu J uytuiA
Alio, u large p'liH-k ol ll.blco, 11. it, ileal, l'oel
li nl,.Si-iei,Uli MiwellutieiiUs, ami .St load hi.cka,'
.Steel K'iis, tjold en. Accort'eoiin. "Invt, Fancy
Arthlcs, liiunk iiooki', l'oiiinlio, Siatet, and a.
complete ni-sortiiient ol plain nml fancy Ktiilitn-V
ery.just received ni.d f,.r sale at J. Mi MdWe
CHUAP HOOK STORE, 8 dm- east of A e
Town It nl where ever) hook in the lunikatsaa
ho procured, if ordircd, ut the lowest prices fay,
cash. In a I liiiou to the iilmvc can be to u ail a
nice lot of Wall and Window Pupcr. .
Salem Ootol rr 10. 18A2. - 1 ' f.
JAMKS HAKNAin, ' -
.V. HiJt UatH-at., Vnt llaor H Vid.s!.
store, .Si dm, Ohio.
Coats, Vests, Pants, fcc., Mado to order ant
Wauuntcd to Give Satiifnctinn.
The Tailoring Uusiirst in all its Erasa.es :
carried on as horctoloie.
DIt. C. PEARSON,
nAVLN'O permar.ciitly lomted in Sslita
would rent ectliilly niinoui.ee to the I'uklia '
that ho is prepsr.d.to treat 11 a-opslliicslly all
diheotes, whethir Chronic or Aculo. Ha gives
general invitation tn all, and tioltcra himself,
he con render general tati.fuetion.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, on Maim Br. '
orrosiTB THR Post-Oi-ficx.
May 15, 1832. .
WATEK-CUKE AKD INFIRMART;'
FOR TUE VVllL OF CUllOXW DHEAS,
Located at Uua.vili.l. Lickiko Co.. O.. anal .
combines II. c udvuuingis ut oilier good eslaJU ,
bullion. ts, a healthy locution, a supply ol uie
water, gymnasium, a skdlul lad) in chaige el'
the teniulu patients, a pliyshiuii who baa bad aa.
extensive practice ot la years, kc.. In. -
. mniimiiu nave won tonniii'd lo their beds.
unnhln tn untL . .;i .... .... i ... 1
years, in consequence of nervous, spinal, er'
uterine disease, are especially invited lo corree.
pond with or visit us. Universal success itkn
the ticuiiiicnl of this clan of discuret has giv
us conUdeiice. and we my to ,u ,Uih,evtat '
though they havo suffered much of m.n. pl.V
- - --. ... ... .... in, , 1 1 1 1 uiie in iwimii
ticians, mnku ono more tiish Terms horn at a
12 per week, l'aticntt turnith tow sU and.,
pacsing iniitcriuls. Addrets,
.,. w-w- Bancroft!
Granville, Nov. a, '62. . :.i i
Tlio Sugar Falls Water Cure.
TWELVE miles South nf MiiMillr.n i,.J..
the cliargo of lirs. Freae. Is suni,li.,t -i.v '
pure toll spring water, and conducted on pure '
Hydropathic principles. We give no drugs -mJ
lliey uro only hindrances to tho radical ours of -di.oao.
Tho sutvc.s which ha thus Car Uen,
ded our etr.rls to alleviate the sufrcfinus ef
nuiiiauity, enables us la speak conH.lenll v ol
the virtues of dim iort wsier. n,nn ai.. .-
Address, Dr. S. Frease. Deardoff'a m'lU
Tuscurawst Co., O. u
February 19, 1853.
AA0 tuatcoiT. c..- . I
I. TUESCOTT & Co...
AT.EM flTTtn n.' i , l
wALEM, OHIO, Wholesale and llet.il Ti.itL
?h, and Wiscell.neot.. 7"
0M nd Stationery ; Drugs and M.JI .
w net; 8hoas .nit QroeorU lJ.T '