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THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE.
Mt. Cabrom., Carroll Co., 111., )
May 19th, 1863. J
Dbab Fhibmd HonmsoN i I And myitlf very
pleasantly situated in my new home, at Mt.
Carroll, Illinois. Having been somewhat
taunted for moving into what la called alave
atate, (owing to the paassge of the black bill.)
I purpoae to ahow you that the exemption of
your state from the same infamy, was not so
much on account of a difference of sentiment
between the twa states, as it was the powerful
Ingenuity with which it was forced through
the 111. legislature ; whito senator Cushlng's
equally Infamoua bill died upon the Utile, from
want of the same amount of skill. It is posi
tively asserted in this vicinity, that not one
member from the north part of tho state, voted
for its passage ; but that it wis concocted and
carried through by southern members, who liv
ing near the abominable inatitution, are nil
more or loss under tho baneful influence of this
moral Upas. Living ss I did, during my resi
dence In your state, on the borders of slavery,
I know something of Its corrupting influence.
1 have heard leading members of professedly
chiistian churches unbluthingly asert that
they did not bclicvo slavery to be wrong, and
wero decidedly opposed to emancipation in any
way. One Sabbath our preacher gavo us a
plain practical sermon, (which like angels' vis
its, are special rnritiea in this theorizing age,)
In which he denounced tho hypocriry of our
countrymen, who were making strenuous ef
forts to cducato foreign heathens, whilo they
were legally forbidding tho mental cultivation
of those in their midst, because of a different
co'or. It was publicly stated by members of
his own church before leaving the house, that
it would not do for him to preach many such
sermons as that In their town ! In contract
with tho low state of moral sentiment upon
this subject In that portion of Ohio, I am happy
to state that tho Oulcna Presbytery, citizens of
III., met In this placo on the 3d and 4th inst.,
and among other reformatory movements,
strong and emphatic resolutions condemnstory
of the " black," law wero adopted. I am more
than ever convinced tliut we mutt have a higher
standard of morality, a more worthy and ele
vated object of worship, than Is to be found
among our selfish, church-worshipping relig
ionists, with their divino sanction of war and
slavery. There are many, very many, both
leaders and laymen, who by snnio strange, un
sccoi.nts.ljle futality, have mado their advent
into the world in the wrong era. Their spirit
ual congeniality with the old Mosaic institutions,
and the worship of the gnd of battles, prove
that they should have mado their exit from
ostth together, ting ages ago. Strango that
thoso same ento-diluviim spirits should still re
tain within their influence tho legal sceptro
the power to fetter and restrain tho progress of
truth and right. But their days are numbered.
Law is but tho embodiment of public sentiment,
and though publie sentiment bo for a time res
trained by an icobound surface, tho current bo
low is moving, rolling, mingling its force with
its fellow ware gathering strength as surge
propels surge, in the mighty struggle for free
dom. Those sentiments must, and will be free.
The spring time is hastening, when tho wintry
chains will melt away, and be lost amid tho
adrarcing waves of purer and holier thought,
of higher and nobler action.
Not on hundred rods from our door, is an
open violation of this abominablo black law.
Will it be enforced ? Kathcr ask, "Dare it be?"
Should the men hesitato to resist its execution,
there is not a woman in Mt. Carroll, that would
remain an idle spectator, whilo one of her sex,
b frco woman, was being drsggod from her
home to bo sold into perpetual slavery. Bo
assured thcro will be a powerful effort for its
repeal, by the northern portion of the state,
where its force is already as dead, and its au
thors as despised as the old witch lawe of Sa
Bbitish and Fohbiq Anti-Slaveb Socib
tt. This society held its anniversary at Exo
tcr Hall, London, on tho 10th ult. The Earl
of Bhsfubury presided. Mrs. Stowo was pres
ent, and was received with especial honors
the audienc'. Lord Shiiftsbnry, Samuel
Ward, of Canada, and Professor Slowe, wero
among the speskors. The latter urged the ab-
atinence from the use of and traffic in slave
The Tribune copies from the Indon Times,
commentary upon the meeting, which would
do honor to Dr. Dewey or Spring, or any other
pro-slavery champion on this side the water.
By reference to the Treasurer's Report,
mill be seen that he has received for the bnci
ty, the payment of the liberal pledge made
friend some months ago. It is in psrt, in
lf the donation of western land, which
pledged to the society some year and a
go. This recent psyment has plscod tho Com
mittee out of debt, and will enable them
extend thoif operations and to prococd
t-.. .vmv iiuolb. The editor
inn ,-w- -
this psper, among other charges, complains
we have dropped him from our exchango
In coDvlnf an old mail list, several papers
missed. They were forwarded as usual,
.. the fact was known. We do not
our paper to any on account of difference
cntimont. Chrultaa Frets.
When the Press was first discontinued,
it the result of some inadvertence,
' called the attention of the editor to the subject,
but as it received no attention, we supposed
were intentionally eut off. We afterwards
to It, not by way of "complaint,"
"charge" against the Press, but by way of
for our lack of knowledge of its eontenta.
Were glad again to acknowledge the
of t'nt Press.
A New Movemennet.
The last Era contains the following appeal
from the Executive Committee of the Ameri
can and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, in re
gard to the establishment of a German anti
slavery paper at Washington, We arc delighted
with the prospect of any means of reaching
our numerous German population with antl
stavery fact and arguments. In this region of
country nothing is more needed. All business
letters In relation to tho paper should be ad
dressed toBucl and Blanchard, Washington City,
D. C. Let our anti-slavery friends see to Its
APPEAL TO ESTABLISH A GERMAN
PAPER AT WASHINGTON.
"The Executive Committeof the American
and Foreign Antl-Slavcsy Society propose to
establish a weekly Anti-Slavery Newspaper at
the Scat of Oovernmcnt, in the German lan
guage, to be edited by Frederick Schmidt,
native German, and a man of learning, Chris
tian principles, and editorial experience, who
has resided in this country twenty-one years.
With the aid already secured, the sum of
three thousand dollars will bo sufficient to pub
lish the paper one year j after which it will rely
on its subscription list. If tho undertaking
provo successful, the sum contributed will be
returned by Mr. Schmidt to tho Committee.and
by them expended In circulating tho paper
gratuitously among tho German population.
"It is earnestly hoped that there will be iound
one hundred friends of the cause who will im
mediately remit thirty dollars each, to mako up
tho ahovo sum, so that tho paper, so greatly
needed, may bo issued, if possible, by July 4th,
18.33. But any sum, be it mnro or less, will bo
gratefully received. Remittances may be made
to Buell & Blanchard, printers of tho Xational
Era, Washington , to Willisin E. Whiting,
Esq., 121 Pearl street, New York, treasurer of
the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Socie
ty i or to tho undersigned, 48 Dec km an street
New York. For tho Committee:
"The following snys the l'ra, has been handed
ua by Mr. Schmidt, and it sulHciently exhib
its the importance of the movement."
"Tho number of the inhabitants of tho
United States, who use the German lsngusgo
as a medium of intercourse, is at least four mil
lions the great bulk of whom dwell in tho
Northern or free States. Among them are cir
culated above one hund'ed Gorman political
papers, together with quito a number of reli
gious, literary, scicntiUY, and agricultural peri
odicals. " Although the German population is gen
erally, if not unanimously, opposed to tho
further extension of Slavery within the United
States, their aversion is more tho product of an
innate feeling than of an enlightened under
standing more a disapproval of tho cruel facts
which havo reached their ears, than a condem
nation of tho perverted principles from which
'Tho public press is in fetters, and subser
vient to the biddings of the leaders of the re
spective parties. Publio opinion is Influenced,
ii deed formed, in order to insure party success,
and not to elicit tho truth and cause its applica
tion. Hcnco the German population are at
present enchained to tho triumphal car of the
Slave Power, and the innato feeling in fuvor of
human freedom lies dormant.
" It is a characteristic of the Oerman mind,
that it seldom is influenced by excitement, but
open to conviction by means of sound argu
" ' The cause of Human Freedom calls for
the establishment at the scot of tho National
Government, of a German nowspapcr devoted
to tho support of its claims. Such a paper will
be the instrument of bringing, directly, the
claims of human rights beforo a population
containing one-fifth part of tho Northern vo
" Tho publication of an Anti-Slavery paper,
in German, conducted on Christian principles,
entitled " The Xational Democrat," will be ac
cordingly commenced in tho city of Washing
ton, District of Columbia, on the 4th of July,
tho birthday of our National Independence,
" It will bo edited by Frederick Schmidt
and published by liucll & Blanchard.
" While duo attention will be paid to Cur-
ront Event, Congressional Proceedings, Genoral
Politics, Literature, Fine Arts, Sciences, and
Agriculture, it will especially endeavor to in
vito a full discussion of the Slavery Question,
in its religious, moral, social, and political bear'
ings, and exhibit the dutioa of the Christian
and citizen in relation to it. Especially it will
explain and advocate the leading measures o
the Free or Independent Democratic Party
but in love and truth not for the triumph
Party, but for the establishment of Truth.
'"The journal will bo printed weekly, on
mammoth sheet, in great quarto, on new and
handsome type, at the rato of two dollars a year,
"All necessary arrangements have been
made for giving stability to this important en
terprise and it is hoped thut it may command
the warm sympathy and prompt support ot
friends of Liberty throughout the country,' "
Spiritual Tblbobapu. This psper has com-
pleted its first year, and oommonces tho second
with a new drcsss, on new paper, and with
BIOS I flULUlUla JJiUy-IUUBl BMU UUemiVOT
ssar . i -1 it s. .1.1- a? ii a1
we mini mis w.e m su. i pp
we nave seen ocvoieu ui mis csusu csiub
. , . . . . ... . . ,.
I. a ,mii flnvntAit In this MIUIWI ealllA
ceriuimy uiu.ua.eu u. ...
ridiculo, "exposure, anger ana argument
brought against it. It seems also to have made
so much of Dronreaa with the majority of
community, that though formerly sceptical
to ths Phenomena, they now admit their exist,
ence, though not tneir spiritual origin,
Samuel Myers and M. It. Robinson will at
tend an Antl-Slavery meeting in BERLIN", at
Friend's Meeting Mouse, on Sunday the 12th
Inst., commencing at 10 o'clock, A. M.
A abort time since we received from some
body in Washington column of " tdiloriaC
... , , r
extolling the merits of a now flying machine
w ini.ri io g io onn r rancisco in almost j
u :?, ...... c...... .. .,, n io pny srij protit
on a $5 slinre of stock ! What a chance to
make money ! We believe It baa not sailed
yet. But whether it goes or not, Mr. Paul
i.iiv will ascend with his balloon on Wednes
day, and those of our young friends who
expect to come ami ace dim fill his bnloon
nncl mnke his ascent, end who do not yet
know about tho principle, linil first better
hunt up a book on chemistry, nnd lenrn what
the balloon is to be filled with, and why
when thus filled it will ascend, etc. Thus
while gratifying your curiosity, which is well,
you will get some important knowledge.
The Anti-Lancet, Explanatory of the Doctrines
and Practice the Chrono-thermal system of
Medicine, and Advocate of female medical education.
J. E. Kent, M. D. A. Liverzy, M. D.,
W. Trainer, D., and John Coleman M. D.,
We aro not well posted in the new preten
sions or discoveries of medicine. Wo have as
little to do with tho medicine of any and ovcry
school as possible. We a), all not, therefore,
offer any judgement upon tjie merits of this
new system. It wars sgainst the lancet, tho
leech, and the scarriftying snd salavsting process,
and makes uso of all other remedies which
scienco and experirnce provo to bo useful.
The periodical, of which two numbers have
been isaueo, contains Information that will be
serviceable to every body, and ably presents tho
claims of women to the means of education, and
on equal stsnding with the other sex In the
medic ul profession. It is the orgsn of the
Pcnn Medical College, a now institution
which gives each year a course of lectures
for females students, and in w hlch graduates
equally quulified, receive equal advantages, and
are admitted to equal honois, irrespective o
DAOUEnnr.oTYrr.s. Messrs. Msnley fc Car
penter, immediately under Ilia Iluglo nttuc.
have most splendid and commodious arrange
ments for Dagucrrcntyping. See their adver
tisement or what is better if you want pictures,
call and ses tiibm.
Tn k Watf.h Clhs anu Piihrnolooicu J irn-
nals havo been often commended and most just
ly. See the advertisement f r tcims.
Health Jocbnal. An excllcnt publication
and almost for nothing. Twenty-fivo cents will
buy a vast amount of invaluable truth for you
and your family. Mr. and Mrs. Nichols are
laboring with unexampled energy to enlighten
the pcoplo to force faeta bofore tho eyes of all
the poorest and tho moat indifferent. Their
address is Port Chester, N ,Y.
A Neouo Hcno. On Friday last a negro
boy, the property of Jim Ropcr.was executed at
Charlestown, Va., for an attempt to tnko the
life of S. Howell Brown, Roper's overseer.
The negro inflicted several severe wounds upon
Brown, but the luttcr recovered and was well
and hearty when tho furmor was hung. The
last words of tho negro arc thus given by a cor
respondent of The Baltimore Sun :
" Farewell, gentlemen, I am goin' to dio I I
am willin' to dio, but I never done nothin' to
dio for. But, we are all sinners, and must die
some day, and I would as lief dio to day as to
morrow. O, I hope I will meet you in Heaven I
I hope tho Lord will forgive my sins, and rcceivo
my soul Farowcll, gentlemen and ladies all.
Ilagerttotcn (.Ud.) Herald and Torch, Hay 25.
Sarom Pasha, Govornor of Treb'nond, has
been suspended and disgruced, for trading in
Slaves, by tho Turkish Government, at tho
suggestion of Russia 1 Strango 1 The barbar
ous and despotic disclaim what Old School and
Now School Presbytorianism dare not avow.
Is Heathenism in the advance Is despotism
better than Chiistianity ? Trus Dem.
The Catholics of Chicago ore obout erect
inir a cathedral at nn exptnse of (I.r0,000,
'JOO 000. aavs the Tribune, will be
tho cost to the Railroad company of the clia-
outer nt Norwulk. The Democrat! ni.
uniiihed in the Virginia election Inst week
Tim jury in the Gardiner trial cuimot
agree.. The Crystal Pulnco will be renity
for the reception of goods on the 17tli msi.,
nml will be formally opened on the 13th of
July. Table movings and spirit nip
ping! tire the topics discussed in Poris and
Germany. The attempt to pny ofT tho
claims against Daniel Webster'i estate by
euhecription, bus been given up by Iub fi 'lends.
These clnimi were continually accumulating.
The Chinese Rebels aro pressing tho
overllmel), i0 c0ely thut it lias applied to
he E, ,is, Colgul for au for ,e defence
NO tiki IL-
A man bos been sentenced to
...,,. Li,i,1.tn- i Clinton.
a I I et
- . , a, 1Mlima
i The case lias been appealed to the supreme
F.mbroidrv on muslii. is now
- i.nii n..a adult
"f " """" J " ...
."! w children manage a machine wmui
work! 130 needles. Some exciiemei.i
in Spain relative to ilia reception of Mr.
Called home, on on the l.'iili of tl so Stli
month, Ham.kah Hi.ackledok, wife of John
Blackledge, of Meigs county, Ohio.
Devoted to her friends, her family, and her
views- of right, she was cut off by a painful
and tedious illness, at the ago of forty-five
Mourning, yet rejoicing, beciuse of our
i" -bi ..
filth in her dcntli being but the beginning to
her of lile eternal, without any more parting
or pnm, we record the just esteem in wbicli
we hold her memory. Fndcnred to n circle
of mourning friends, over whom her ponce
principles exerted a most hnppy influence,
like the pouring of oil.on tho waters of strife j
delighting in nothing so much as dealing her
nrenil to the hungry, anil bruming the poor
Hint were enst nut imn l.r l.m..., ..,.,
not humbly trust that now as of old, feeding
the sl eep mid tho Inmbs will ho found to
bnve been more ncceptuble evidence of love
lo (Jod than all or any of the protestations of
the lips with which so many pay empty
homage to the Lord of love.
Trusting tlmt she should he permitted to
revisit her friends remaining in the body, nlie
died in I'uilli in the finnl hnppifying influence
of spirit miinifcstnliong on mankind, desiring
her friends lo pursue tho investigation of thut
Pence lo lier; inny we tie in like mnnner
inspired, tlmt so wo mny bo enabled to ba
useful to society wbilu living, mid justly
mourned when culled nwny.
Young People's Convention.
Tho Committee appointed nt the Young
People's Convention held in Marlboro' in
October, IM'J, for Iho purpose of deciding
upon n lima nud place for holding number
Convention of tho sumo chnmctcr, have de
cided upon I'Viruiutiur, two miles south of
.Mt. I'liiuu no tin) place, nml Hnturdny nud
Sunday lliu ltih and I 2 1 1 of June, as the
time. All persons vtiiliout renpret to ugc,
sex or creed, me invited to attend
Wm. Mr I: hi,
J. It. IIahhij,
Treasurer's Report for May.
Pledges snd Donations rec; ived.
A Friend in the West, $700,00
J'isiiih Frnntz, A, 00
Surah Haines, 1,00
J. McMILLAN, TREASURER.
Receipts for The Bugle for the week ending
Jiimcs Noitliriip, Fowlers Mills, 2,00 447
Jane Froliork, Ml. Cmrull, 1.00-4',!
Jnmi's D.iuil, Atwiiier, 2,00-417
Muhlon Irwin, Columbiana, l,70-44rf
iMkMcKinscR ix Glasgow. In recent
debute in tho British Parliament, it was stated
by Mr. Henry DruininonJ, that 30,000 men
get drunk in Glasgow every Suturduy night,
and remain lusensiblo till Monday morning.
Oveuiiai'Lixo AKiuxAi'i'Eii.-Saturduy morn
ing a dispatch was received in this city, from
member of tho Acting Committee of Uio l'eini
sylvnnia Abolition Society, nt Philadelphia,
tho effect that a man named Thomas J. Adams,
of Nnshville, Tcnn.,a returned Culafornian,had
left that city for Pittsburgh, on the ten o'clock
train, and had with him a frco colored boy from
Jamaica, by thn name of Alexander Hondiick-
son, whom ho had kidnapped, and who wus to.
tally Ignorant of his destination. Those who re.
scived tho dispatch Immediately took tho mat
tcr in hand, and had a writ sued out before Judge
Williams, on which, when the cars arrived,
boy was taken and convoyed to tho St. Clair,
by ofKccr Fox. Hero ho stuted that ho was in
duced to leavo Jamaica on tho itc.iincr Undo
Sam, which merely touched at Kingston, by
ing told that, after a short residence in Tenncs
sec, be would be taken to California by the over.
land route. Three other boys wero taken
board by different pcrsons.undcr similar circuin
stances. After some hesitation Adams consent
cd to give up tho boy, who was plsccd under
the chargo of Mr. John Peek, a respectable
colored man of this city and so tho matter
A Call. Pursuant to a vote of adjourn
meut, passed nt the Woman's Mights Cuuven
lion held ut Syracuse, Sept. 6 U uud 11, 1652
a Convention will be held at Cleveland
Ohio, the Stli and (itli nf October, ld.Vt,
consider the Rights of Citivnahip, und
now lur wumun me entitled thereto,
All persons, Men nud Women, who
w illing tu discuss the great questions ot llu
man rights, irrespective of nex, ore invited
participate in lliu proceedings ot the Con
volition, nml tluid aid, by ciisiiiiir
their mite to the treasury of Thought,
evolving the Iruiu.
E. Oakes Smith, in behalf of the Cen. Cum.
Brooklyn, L. I., May It!, 185.1.
Settled. Mr. Palmer, agent of the Son
tag Opera Trouiio, has withdrawn his appeal
in the ejection case, and paid up the
and cosis miposed on urn in the Jloslon
I oo vumh .u i.nn niBU ..ii.i it. a c pvnsus
' i incurred bv Mrs. Kemond of Kiilein in
. ., ' . .. , , . , ,
CV suit against lnui,aiid has withdrawn
action. The Commonwealth says it is under
wood thnt the lady is to have the privilege
1 of occupying any sent nt tint Howard
, h(j n) c()0oije o Bevern, coored
per40ll, witnessed the opera on Wednesda)
evening, Mrs. Remomi I and fiiends being
I i.ui.iuc.. mivch ,'imrt irtin.
Manly & Carpenter's Premium
IS now completed, and ready for reception.
We have gone to considerable expense in fitting
up, to operate with advantage, ana witn reicr
enco to the comfort and convenience of thoso
who may favor us with a call In short, we sre
permanently located. Our Rooms are in tho
AMERICAN HOUSE, SALEM, O.
Call and see us. You will find our reception
l.s'.i anu see us. iou win i
rooms neat and comfortable
Can bo surpassed no where in the State. Our
CAMERA, is a powerful quick-worker. We
warrant our wotk. Likenesses of all ages, ta
ken i.iir i.ikk, on no tiiAHiiK.M Our prices
range from 41) cents, to 20 dollars. Past expe
rience, and present advantages, enablo us to
take Uood Likencw, at rrry reasonable Hates.
Being, also, posted in all tho recent improve
ments of tho art, our timo and entiro attention
shall bo to render full satislaction. Pick or
deceased persons taken at their rooms. Our
motto, is EXCELSIOR.
N. 11. Piraons wishing Pictures taken on
Galvanized Plates, csn do so without extra
tV" Rooms open from 8 o'clock, A. M., tin
til 6 P. M. Juno 1st, 1853.
Tint Wateh-Cuhk Jni'nMAi.. A New
Volume. Now is tho time to subsciibp.
Published monthly, in a beautiful quarto,
iiiiMrmeii witn engraving, exhibiting the
Structure, Anatomy, and Physiology of the
Human Kodj, with familiar instructions to
learners. It is cmiihnticallv a Jouiiud nl
lli'iilth, designed to bo a complete, I'uuiily
(Jidda in all disenm.-?.
TrBMS Only Ouo Dollar n Year, in nd
vniice. Address, punt-paid, I'owi.ims ami
Wkm.s, Nit. Ml N'nssnu Street, New York.
"Tho Wnlcr Cure Journal holds n Ii'il-Ii
nuik in tho science of health s always ready,
sirmgiiiiurwnrii nun piiiin-spoKou, n uiiloltls
the laws ot our iilirsicnl nature without nnv
retentions to llin technicalities nf science.
lit in n form as nttrni-tivo nml refri'shiuv ns
he snarkliuir element of which il treats."
eie York Tribune.
The Ilm'stratkd Amkiuca.i Piirrnolou-
icai. Joihmai. Devoted to Phri-uuhiirv.
Pliysiulngy, Mt'rlumiKiii, lMiirutioti, Agricul
ture, the Natural Scirnoen, nud (ii-ncriil In
telligence, profusely illustrated w itli Hiilmiiv-
iigs. 1 Aery family, nud especially nil vouiiff
ten and women, should luivo a copy. I'oli-
itdie.il monthly nt Ouo Dollar n year. All
letters should bo lot iin'nl, nud directed to
1'owi.khs A3D Wells,
Clinton Hull, No, Ml Nagtiii-kt., New Yoik.
Youus men nbnut Iriiincliinif forth unnu
ho activities of life, nud nnxious in stint
ight. nml uiiilerstanii their course, will linil
his JoriiNAL n Iriem! mid monitor, to en
courage iIm'iii in virtue, shield them from
ice, mid In prepare them lor usefulness nml
success in lile. Tho various oecun.ilious ill
bu diricus.sud in tin) li:iht of Phrunoloirv nml
Physiolof;y, so llint every utiu may know in
what pursuit ho. would be must likely to suc-
ueii. ri Bi.mn:H3.
THE next term of this Institution will
commence under the cure of the subscriber,. I u-
gust Isf, 18511, nud continue It weeks. The
succeeding tall nml II infer terms, ul which
lurther notice will bo duly given, will be
opened about llicir usual lime. A regular
in which the S iuicc of Accounts shall bo
linroughly taught, will hereafter bo conucct-
il Willi tin) IllStllUIIOII.
HOAUl) fc UOOM.S cm be bad on rea
Fur a full Circular nud particulars, address
WM. McCLAIN, Principal.
Salem, June 1st, 1853.
Female Medical Collrge of Pcnnsylvuuiu.
FOURTH ANNUAL SESSION7.
The next Coiuso of Lectures in this luxti
union will commence mi Saturday, October
1st, I Km, nml conlinne fivt months yi weeks)
cloning on tho X.illi ol I'cliruiiry, leal.
David J. Johnson, jlf. D., Professor of Client-
itry nml loxieolocy.
Ellicood Harvey, .1. I)., Professor of the Prin
ciples nml Practice of ..ledii'ine.
llilbern Darlington, M. D., Prufessur of Sur
Inn I'rrslon, M. D., Profcss-nr of PhysioloL'y
Edwin Fussctt, Jf. D., Piofessornf Anatomy.
.Mirk O. Kerr, M. D., Professor of Mulct iu
Ftledicn nud (iiineriil 1 liernpeulirs.
Martha II. Mmory, M. D., Professor of Olistu
tries mid Discuses ol Women mm Children
,1lmira L. t'owler, M. D., Dumuiistrutor o
Anatomy .ind Chemistry.
Persons wishing further information ns to
terms, regulations, &:c., or desirous ol rcceiv
the Announcement, will plnase niiply, per
sunnily or by letter, to the Dean of thn Fac
ulty, 1.V IU J. JUIliNSU., nl. !.,
yjii Aicli istreet, fhiladilphia,
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
ML III Ll & It A UK 4 It D,
SUCCESSORS OF Z. BAKER,
Cutler's fllock, nearly o; ife the bank,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Dealers
BOOKS AND STATIONERY i whero can
found a full anortmcnt of Books, upon the ra
rious reforms of tho day.
May 12tlit 18,j3.
1,000 LOOK AGENTS WANTED,
TO SELL PICTORIAL AND USEFUL
WORKS FOIt THE YEAR 1853.
$1,000. A YEAR !
ANTED. IN EVERY COUNTY OF
THE UNITED STATES, active and
enterprising men, to engage in thosule of somo
of tho best books published in tho country.
lo men ot good auuross, possessing a small
capital of from ifli to 1U0, such inducements
will be oll'crcd as to enablo them to make from
$3 to $3 a day protit.
ttf The Books published by us are all useful
in their character, extiomoly popular, and com
mand largo sales wherever they are oflered.
For further par.iculars, address, (postage
RORERT SEARS, Fvbiibh ir,
181 William Street Nsw-Yoik
I'lro Work and
mllE publio are respectfully Informed thai
1 W. M. PAILLIN, the great American
.l.ronsut will ascend in his MAMMOTH SILK
BALLOON, from SAI.K.TI, on
Vrlitomlny, June 8tli,
being bis four hundred and forty-fifth rial
Also, during tho inflation of the Balloon,
will bo exhibited Paullin's great
nf Inflated Elephants, Whales, Serpents, and
Oriental linages, concluding in the evening
with the most brilliant display of
ever burnt west of tho Allegheny mountains.
1" For particulars see bills of the day.
IV Cards of Admission to Ascension and
Images, (one price.) eta.
IV Tickets to the Fire Works, 25 cts.
may 20 8. M. BKOOK9, Agent.
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
THE subscribers are now receiving a large
addition to their atock of Spring and Summsr
(joods, among which will be found Dress Silks,
Dress and Veil Bcragcs, llerago Delaines, Chsl
les Clothes, all Wool Dc Lsincs, Do Bcgss,
Vclvot Do Laincs, kc, ie.
Also.a large lot of M.taXIFlCF.XT PLAIN
AM) FANCY SHAWLS, which will be sold
as cheap as at any other house in Ohio. A
great variety of Men's and Boy's Summer Wear,
embracing plain and fancy Cashmcretts, Cos
simercs, Linen and Cotton Goods; Hats, Caps,
Alio, an atiorfment of Free Lnbor Oowle,
Hunt forget that we keep Groceries, Wholosale
nd Retail, ns low as anybody else.
TOMMXSOX, STHATTON Co.
American lltock, Sultm, O.
May 10, 1843.
AT COLDWATER, MICHIGAN,
Beautifullv and Healthfully aituatcd, half a
mile west of tho village, on tho Mich. S. K. R.
The pronrietois having taken the above es
tablishment fur a term of years, aro determined
to spare no expenso in making it dosirahla for
tho Nek and Allhcteu. 1 ho success that has
1 ways attended our efforts in the practice of
Iydmnathy, cnaliles us tn say with confiilenoe
to autl'ering humanity, tnako ono mors effort.
Address, Dr. JOHN B. GULLY,
JOHN B UCLLY, M. D.,
& N. T. WATERMAN,
FAIXCV ANU KO.NNET STORE.
MRS. 8. II. OALBRE.YTII MISS A. M.
HOUGH, havo opened a FAXCV GOODS
ana HOSXET STORE, in Salem, on Main,
St., South side, opposits Thomas ft Greiners.
rhev havo just received a choice assortment or
Ribbons, Artilicial Plowers, and Trimmings of
all varieties, for Ureses, Bonnets, &c. They
arc prepared to execute with promptness, all
orders in MILLINERY and MANTUA MAK.
ING, in tho most approved style and in the la
Instruction given In Millinery and Mantua
making, on rcHsonuMe terms.
Salem, April 30, lS.j't.
NEW YANKEE NOTION HOUSE.
ItlCOOKi: A WIIITNEV,
.Vo 4 1 Sank street, over Goodale, Muiyracs 4 Co.,
ARB now opening a largo and complete as.
sortmeut of all kinds of Yakkeb Notions
anu Fancy Goods, embracing a great variety
nf styles of Pocket Cutlery, Gold and Silver
Watches, Gold Pens, Jewelry, Stationery,
Combs, '1 hi cad, Silk and Twist, Buttons, Sus
penders, Needles and Pins, Pocket Books, Port
Monies, &c., which aro rlfercd to tha trsdo at a
small Rilvanco from manufacturers prices.
Also, a lnro ussnrtiuont of Tailors' Trimmings
and Furnishing Goods, such as Canvass, Pad
ding, riiletia, Silk and Worsted Serges, Silk
and Marseilles Vesting, Handkerchiefs, Cra
vats, Nock Tics, &c.
HOSIERY AND CLOVES.
Wo think in this department of our business
we can present great inducements to buyors, as
our stock is bought directly from Importers,
and will bo sold at New York Jobbing prices.
WHITE GOODS, LINENS AND RIBBONS.
Wo invito the attention of all close buyers lo
this branch nt our business, with the confident
sssuranco that our prices will defy all competi
tion, our stotk being lurge, and consisting of
Juconuts, Pluid, Cambric, Bonk and Swiss Mus
lin, Dotted Swiss Tambnurd Book Mull, Mull
and Nainsook Muslin, Tullcta and Satin Kib
CEO. IN SlLVEu ANU PLATED WAKE.
From tho celebrated manufactories of F.
Curtiss k Co., Hall, Elton & Co., and will be '
sold at uianut'uuluicrs' prices.
A good assortment at low figures.
Wo would call attention of hnrncss and shoe
makors to this article, as it is of superior qual
ity, and as we buy it in large quantities, we
can sell it as cheap as tho cheupest.
We cannot enuincrulo sll the articles in eat
stock, nor the bargains wo have tn reserve for
our customers. Wo expect of course they will
all favor ua with a call, when we will convince
by an examination of our prices, that wo will
in all cases sell as low as any of the Eaatera
Jobbing houses, and warrant our goods to cor.
respond with samples.
BHOOKE k WHITNEY.
il Bank street, ovtr Goodale, Musgravs k C".
Also Agents for the sale of American Eei f
Co.'s knives, and J. H. Hands' whips. Jn