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Proceedings of the Young People's Convention,
Held at Fair Mount, Ohio,
JUNE, 11-12 1853
The Meeting wns called to order by ep
pointing James Morgan, Pies, and D. O.
Bonsall, See. pro twin. A committee of five
Wat then appointed to report regular officers
for the meeting. During the absence of the
comntilteo, S. E. Bnrnnrd, of Akron, address
ed the meeting.
. The committee on nomination! reported
i. V. Morgan, Pres., A. N. Hurden, C. S.
Morris and Susan Morgnn, Vice Prea., D. O.
Bonsall and S. E. Bnrnnhy, See.
'The Business Committee reported thnt
the left It optional with each member of the
Convention to present auch reso'.iitinua at
tlrey might wish to have discussed, the re
port was adopted. The Chnirmon of the
liusincta Committee then reported the fol
lowing Resolution t
1st. Resolved, Thnt the Young People of
Ohio in Convention assembled, more deeply
than ever impressed with the responsibility
which rests upon us, do re-adopt the motto,
Liberty, Equality, and Frnlornity. Lilierty
of being Equality of doing and Fraternity
The resolution wna adopted.
Convention adjourned to meet at 3 o'ul'k.
Vice President In the cbnir. The Busi
nets Committee reported the following Res
Whereas, We regard it a self evident pro
position, thnt (2nd h.is bestowed upon mnn
mi llialieniihle right to lilb; n right which be
rnntiol transfer to another; and w hich no one
lias n rii(lit to deprive him of, therefore
2d. Resolved, Thnt nil wur. whether bap
tised offensive or defensive ; nil governments
based upon the lile-tnkin; power i nil Inws
or institutions which ruber contemplate
ileath as. a penally, or tho llirent of ili'iitb as
an intimidation, are nt vnrii'iieo with the uii
rhangisHhla principles of right, nud injure
society collectively, Mnd dwnif ntul criple
the individual soul.
The resolution was discussed by Win.
Relies. O. N. Ilnrtslioru, end S. K. Rarnurd.
The resolution una adopted.
J. Frnniz then offered the following:
Wherens, The doctrine of lithium Bro
therhood ami the rquality of the hinnnii nice
knows no exceptions ; nil being linked to
grthrr by n chain ol' common interest and
ib'Stiuy, coextensive with bumnii existence,
3d. Resolved, thnt the spirit of hntred anil
misanthropy which is developed in sending
awny in ih fiance of their own wishes, nny
Hirtion of our people to a foreign hind, or in
permitting them to remnin, and compelling
tliem in submit to a species of legislation in
which they hnvu no voice; is oppressive in
the superhitive degree; nnd is in the closest
Mllimire with American Shivery; and is sup
ported ami cherished only by thuae who are
the fiiends of T) runts.
J. Frantz then spoke upon the resolution.
It was then adopled.
J. I'runtz then offered the follow ing Rcso
I ion t
4lh. Resolved, That, thnt refuted fundn
ineulnl principle ol all republican govern
ment which nssiime thnt the mnjoriiy have
the right to role, is the essciisu of ull hiiiniiu
This resolution was iliscunsed at some
length by E. Patterson, O. X. ll.irtshoiii.niid
Conveuiioii niljouincd to meet Sunduy
morning at 9 o'clock.
JUNE 12th—MORNING SESSION.
The Convention wna called to order by
Joseph Barker was then introduced to the
Convention, nud spoke upon the resolution
which waa be line the meeting nt its adjourn
ment. Tito resolution wns then laid on the
U. Shin offered the following resolution :
Slh. Resolved, That it ta not the object of
this Convention in advocnte nny particular
parly nr aect in politics or religion; or to advo
cate eoiiieoiitisui from all religious nr political
organizations, hut to counsel together aa to
the most efficient menus fur us to use in be
coming qualified to delect and reject the un
true and worthless ; and preceive and retain
the true and the excellent : and also to en
lighten and elevate ourselves nud our neigh
bors to that degree designated by our Creator,
when requiring of us a rensouuble Improve
ment of the vat ions privileges and talents
Invished so profusely upon us, of the pteseut
use, ami as assumed unit imposed in our
motto, Lilierty, Equality, and Fraternity.
Tho resolution was udopted without dis
cuaeion. The following wns then presented by
6. Resolved, That those governments or
institutions, those luws or customs of society,
which: enslave one portion ol mankind he
causo of complexional distinctions, or op
press another because ot an alleged inequality
ofbiilh and position, which persecute a relig
ious difference of opinion or disfranchise
Itecnuse of a difference of sex, therein reject
the only true foundation upon which a just
government enn be bused or society harmo
7. Resolved, Thnt the sale and use of In
toxicntiug liquors is such a palpable and ever
present curse, such nil undisguised enemy to
the health, happiness and morals ot commu
fi'rty, thai' to rielend it, evinces a total disre
gard of the best interest of society, and to
refuse to discountonance and oppose it by
all riifhil'ul means betrays an intellect too
superficial to comprehend the simple eirtiili
' ition of cause and effect, or a heart too selrtsh
to eara fur the wellore of others.
Mr. Belles' resolutions were adopted with'
out discussion. '
E, putersOn'offercd tho following t
8. Resolved, That while we recognize the
great law of progression, as written upon Uia
stsDsUtutiou of wan, we also regard ilia pre
cepts and teachinga of Christ as the highest
embodiment of benevolence and moral prin
elide i nml fully adapted ta the most refined
state of society, and exalted condition of
which humanity is suscepuuie.
E.Patterson and Joseph Barker spoke upon
Convention adjourned to meet at 3 o'clock
President in the chair.
Win. II. Bettes offered the following:
Resolved, That the President appoint
committee of eight to make arrangements
for holding another Young People's Conven
tion also a committee of three to arrnuge
the proceedings of the present meeting for
The discussion then commenced upon E.
Mr. Hide, E. Patterson Joseph Barker nnd
O. N. Hartshorn pnrticiputed. The resolu
tion was laid upon the table.
Susnn Spiker offered the following:
0. Resolved, That the most true and effi
cient method of promoting nil relbrnts is by
Ihe highest education of all tho natural ca
pabilities of the children and youth of the
Wherens, wo believe thnt when women
educate and fit themselves for every depart
ment of trust and honor, they w ill nut be
trented as mere toys or Inferior beings, but
will be recognized on terms of equality with
10. Resolved, Thnt we will do all we enn
for the advancement of our own and others'
Physicnl, Intellectual, Moral and Spiritual
elevation. Adopted without discussion.
C. Festerly then offered the fullowing :
Whereas, we think thnt amongst the most
importnnt reforms of the day, is that which
has fur its object the elevation of common
II. Resolved, Thnt we tmo our utmost
eudesvors to promote tho highest interest of
the common schools of our Slate.
O. N. Hartshorn spoke upon the resolution;
it wns then udopted.
The President then announced the follow
Committee to mnke nrrnngemetils for an
other Convention wna as follows:
Mary Juno linker, Salem, Kute Festerly,
Canton, Mary K. Johnson, Mt. Union, Julia
A. Myers, New Lisbon, S. E. Barnard, Akron,
John E. McOiiwin, Freedom, Thonins E.
Wickersbnui, Marlboro' Joseph C. Oarrigues,
Committee on Publication, Win. II. Butte,
D. (i. Bonsiill, anil.A. Bailey.
S. E. Barnard then moved a vote of thnnka
to the friends of Fairuiouut, for their kind
hospitalities, which received a hearty re
sponse. On motion, a copy of the proceedings was
ordered to ha forwarded to the editor of the
Anti-Slavery Bogle and also to the editor of
the Homestead Journal, with request to
have them published.
JAMES MORGAN, Pres.
D. G. Boniall, Sec.
Attempts have bcon mads by a large portion
of the press, to render the Hartford Bible Con
vention as odious as that which among politic
ians has always hcon stigmatized as the most
treasonable and odious of til assemblies. Mr.
Onrrison who was present, gives tho following
account of tho meeting :
THE BIBLE CONVENTION.
Agreeably to general a
was held in the Melodcon, at Hartford, (Ct.)
last Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday,
(day and evening inclusive,) for tho purpose of
freely and fully canvassing tho ORIGIN, AU
THORITY AND INFLUENCE OF THE
JEWISH AND CHRISTIAN SCRIPTURES
The attendance was highly respectable, and
uniformly large. Joseph Barker, of Ohio, pro-
sided on the occasion. The time was nearly
equally divided between tha opposing parties
though tho defence of tho Bible, as an inspired
volume, was mainly by two persons only Ilov,
Oeorgo Storrs, of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Rov.
Mr. Turner, of Hartford both Adventists, and
believers in the annihilation of the wicked.
Those who took the negative aido were An
drew Jackson Davis,Prof. Brittain, Joseph Bar
ker, Win. Lloyd Garrison, Parkor PilUbury
Henry C. Wright, S, I. Finney, and Ernestine
L. Rose. The groat body of the Convention
was composed of some of the choicest spirits
of the age men and women whose heart are
baptized with the apirit of universal humanity,
who are foremost in the cause of freedom
temperance, purity, justice, and religious liber
ty ; who dsre to prove all things, and to
their own thinking; and 'of whom the world
ia not worthy.' Of course, their demeanor
was calm, dignified, and most exemplary. On
the other hand, tha galleries (especially during
the evening sessions) wore occupied by
partisans of the Bible as popularly received,
a considerable portion of whom wers thtolojieal
ttmlentt from Trinity College, and tho leading
rioters on the occasion, who attempted to break
up the meeting by stamping, shouting, yelling,
groanirg, grunting, hissing, mocking, cursing,
whittling, making indecent ana insulting ex
pressions, on one occasion turning off the gas.
and extinauUhir.g hgMs, so mat uie meoi-
ing waa for some time compelled to suspend
urooeedlnKS, and ticnaving mrougnuui i.
troop of demons let looso from tha pit. Every
anneal to their sens ot propriety, w meir sen-
respect, was mat derisively and with shouts
laughter. Even lua aaooain mw mn
tajA was no restraint on thoir rowdyism,
that it became necessary for the Mayor to bs
.tundanca with constabulary force. In the
r.lnff. so protracted and outrageous was their
ieterruptlon, thrt to attempt was mads to wrest
one or two of the leading rioters, when a scene
ensued that bsflles description. The officers
were violently assaulted, blows wero freely In
terchanged, knives were drawn and sword
eanes were mennncingty flourished, and it wns
not till two srrests had been made with great
difficulty, that any thing like order was rdor.
sd. And this was the best defence ol tho ple
nary Inspiration of the Bible thst pious, evan
gelical Hartford had to moko on the occasion I
After the adjournment, tho theological ruffians
(some of them the sons of Southern men-steal-srs
and cradle-plunderers) gathered around the
doors and took possession of tho stair-case,
uttering foul language and insulting various
persons ; but the special object of their mur
derous spite was Onrrison! Garison 1' and
they vociferously exclaimed, Whero Is Garri
son?' 'Bring him out I' Put a halter about
his neck 1 'ka. ltd. But wo passed through
them, unattended, and fortunately without In
juryprobably not being distinctly recognized.
Immediately, a tclographi despatch was
sent all over tho country, which duly appeared
in all the daily papers, to this (fleet Last
night, Ihi Anti-bible Contention broke up in
row!' designedly leading it to bs inferred, by
every reader, that tho members of the Conven
tion engaged in fliticulhi with each other, and
terminated their proceedings disgracefully I
Since the adjournment, tho assaults of tho Sa
tanic press, far and near, uyon tho Convention,
have been of tho most atrocious character.
Such shameful caricatures, malignant false
hoods, and Internal misrepresentations, can
emanato only from thoso whoto passion nia
set on fire of hell.' Wo invoke- all honest,
candid and truth-loving minds to givo no cred
ence to what they read from such polluted
sources about tho Convention. As soon as
prscticsble, comprehensive, impartial and
authentia report of its doings will bo published
In pamphlet form, a competent phonographic
porter having bi-cn employed, and then all
Christendom may intelligently sit in judgment
upon it. We have no anxiety as to the ver
dict: we only know that the truth will stand,
and ever rejoices in tho light, whilo supersti
tion and impjsture tremble and howl at the
thought of cxposuro.
Excellent letters wcro received from Rot.
James Richardson, Rov. T. W. Higginson, and
others. Delegates wcro present from Ohio,
Pennsylvania, Now Jersey, New York, Massa
chusetts, Now Hampshire, and other parts of
tho country It was good to bo there,' despite
ll tho venomous displays that were made by
those who could only howl liko wolves and
hiss like serpents :
' For truth shall conquer at the last
So round and round we run.
And ever the right comes uppermost,
And aver is justice done.'
Tho Fly Is reported to be making havoo with
the wheat crop in Pennsylvania and Western
Ohio. Spring, the murder, died asserting
his Innocence, but exculpated his son.
The Navy department sro about to Institute
a professorship of dancing in the Naval Acade
my A new burial place called tho Wood
land Cemetery was dedicated in Cleveland on
the 1 1th Ik Marvel, author of Reveries of
a Bachelor, has committed matrimony
Eight fugitive slnves from Texas, lately crossed
the Colorado into Mexico in one company, all
armed with doublo barreled guns The Cu-
ban Klavo Trade continues to occupy the atten
tion of the British Parliament Tho Chi
ncso insurgents have taken tho city of Nankin
and their final aueccss is highly probable
Thcro are beligcrent threatening between Aus
tria and Switzerland. The Tribune proposes
that Americana be ready to give the latter the
senews ot war, should they bo needed
Sccrotary Marcy ha issued instructions to all
our foreign diplomatic agents, to discontinue
tho use of court livery, and appear In their
simplo citizen's dress, or if the rules of the court
will not permit them entirely to dispense with
ths gowgaws, to conform only to the point of
absoluto necessity. Very sensible Tho
number of females in Wilmington, Delaware,
exceed tha males by 1129 San Francisco
contains 0000 French and SO00 German citizens.
The railroad cemmittee in tho Connecticut Leg
islature, have reported a bill of most stringent
character. The miners both in California
and Australia, are of late remarkably successful.
Table moving is brisk, and exciting much
attention in Spain, St. Potersburgh and even
Siberia Oysters are being successfully cul
tivated in California The Germans havo
a newspaper at Sr.n Francisco Tho Con
necticut Editors held a State convention at Now
Haven on the 8th Inst- Tho State of Now
York sends more children to the publio schools,
than attend the schools of all the fifteen slave
states Soba Smith and Mrs. K. Oaks
Smith, have commenced a Weekly paper
New York City called the " Weokly Budget."
General Scott has had his shoulder dis
located by fall Catharine Hays Is
her way from California A new plan
a railroad, In Broadway, N. Y., ia proposed.
A Sinecubb-. The Tribune says i " Tho Rev.
Orvillo Dcwcy, some time since resigned
naval sinecure. Mr, Fillmoro mado him
Chaplain in the Navy, at an annual compensa
tion of $1,800, for which he did not preach
single soimon or do any other duty during
year he held ths ofllce, except very regularly
draw the pay 1 1 1 This I ths first instanco
ths History of the Oovernment of tho United
States, In which ollico has been utterly
wholly a incur."
Why should Chaplain Dewey preach to
aailorsl Did ha not pay in advance for
office by his sermon in favor of ths fugitive
and by offering to send his mother back to
1 Not so much of a sinecurs after all.
'cast It would not bt to oom folks.
Divorce in Ohio.
The Inst legislature of Ohio passed law
concerning divorce, of a most extraordinary
character. We ahull be surprised if there ia
not not a rather brisk emigration of bndly
matched peopln setting into the Buck Eye
State, when Ihe kind of relief Ibis net is do-
signed lo afford becomes generally known.
The legislators would hove hnd to go but
very little further to have mode the relation
of husband nml wife liurelv n simple con
trnct, determinable nt flio wiil of the parlies,
like that between master and servant, nr
principnl nnd agent. A few years experience
under such n law must determine to the snt-
Uliiclioii of the most radical of Ihe social
c it .1
" )" '"--. ;omm"nly
inner ood, is win. Ceo. go Sand denomi-
thin J mow? u"y" " "
The law to which wo refer provides thnt
divorces mr.y now be granted by tho Court i
of Common pleas in Ohio, liir any of tho !
Firit When either of the parties hnd n
former wile or hu.-diiiiul living nt the time of
solemnizing the second man ome.
Srrontl Where either of the parties shall
hnve willingly been absent from the other
Fifth Extreme cruelty.
Stxlh Friiuduleiit contract.
SVmnfA Gross neglect of duty.
Kighth Habitual drunkenness for three
.Vinfi Where either pnrly is Imprisoned
in nny penitentiary or stato prison, in nny
state lor violation of the laws of tbu Culled
States; or in Ohio, for violation of the aim
inid law of Ohio; or in nny other stale, for
a violation of ihe criminal law of such stato ;
provided such oll -nce would bo punished
with imprisonment in the penitentiary in
Ohio, nud provided Ihe application tor di
vorce is maihi ilui nig such imprisonment.
A decree ol dtviirco in nny court of nuother
state in Ihvor of one pnrly, is idno ground for
a liKo decree in Invor ot thu snino pnr'y in
the courts of Ohio.
Proof of cohabitation and rcnutolion of
the mnrringu is ndmitn !, nml, in the i lucre-
lion ol tho jury or court, received as sulii-
cictit cridunce of the marriage.
II tho divorce is granted lo the wife, she ia
restored to ull her lauds, tenements, and
hereditaments not previously disposed of,
and to her mnidcu niiino if she desires limy
lie allowed sullicieiit nnd reasonable alimony
and if she survive her hu.-batid, is ulso
enti'hid to dower.
If the divorce is granted on nccount of her
full! I, she Ioscn the nvlit to dower, but is re
stored lo her hinds, leneuienlH, &.C., and may
receive rensoiinhle ulunniiy.
ivtitioncrs lor divorce must have resided
within the state ouu yen -, but the cause of
divorce nnd marriage, may hnve occurred
elsewhere nud nlimony may be granted to
Hie petitioner during the pendency ol Ihe
A wilb may also petition for alimony alone,
without tho lu-nvcr tor dissolution ol' the
i ringo contract for the follow ing causes,
Srennit Gross neglect of duty.
V'iira Abandonment of the wife, without
Foitrlh When there is it separation in
consequence of ill treatment on Ihe purl of
Fifth Habitual drunkenness,
S&A-Conlineme.it in ll.e penitentiary of
Ohio, or ill the l.enilelllinrv or ulntit lirison nf
any of the United States, or either nf the
tofl'ifaristsi 1 1 sts-.isi I ilia ll',.i.il ,.T a". J
bin. for nnv crime or ofl-nro of il.n same
character or grade ns is or limy be by the
laws of this statu punished with imprison-
ment in the pcitentinry, 'in which case ll.e
application shall bu made while the husband
is so confined
On which petition tho proceedings nre tho
same i. in case of p, thiol, lor divorce. In
Ibis ensu nlso the wile, may receive the right
t hold ...id maiinge her own properly with-
out the consent of her husband.
The residence of the hiishnntl shall not
be so construed ns to preclude" the wile from
the hem Ins ol the act.
A i-himgo of venue may he ordered on
application of thu petitioner, nnd on proper
A married woman mny nlso filo her peti
tion, setting forth thnt her husband, from in
temperance or nny other cuiiho, is about
sipiimder property lo which sho is entitled
her own right, or to put it beyond her
ream, wiiertM.poii ine cuuri may enjoin me
hustmml Iioiii mlcrlurmg with it, nml may
appoint n receiver to maiingo nml control
iui iiiu wuu s uuueui. v. I. ivz. i usi.
Speaking of the Into Hale dinner, the New
York Times has the following:
"A very striking and instructive moral
o (lured lo the Independent Democracy, in the
spectacle furnished by the heterogeneous
homogeneity (in use n phrase not till rinrn-
doxienl) of tho company which sat down
the Halo dinner in iiostou.
" Never wns lliero n nmro bentitiful illus
tration of unity In diversity. There
liabl nnd Went, New Kngland nnd Kentucky,
quondam Whig and quondam Democrat,
(arrisoniaii nud New Organization'ist, Orthodox
mid Oetouter, Spoonei ile, nud Phillipsite,
(on the constitutional question,) I'aithians,
tluiles, l.lauiiieH, Ureti-s nml Arabians,
dwellers in Mesopotamia,' each hcuring
speaking in hit own tongue Iho wonderful
works of (ion. Nobody see-lied disturbed
thnt the practical politicians talked of sec-
tionnlizing alaveiy' nnd leaving it to dio.
Noliudy seemed culled lo protest ngniust
introilui'tin:i of ilisiiirbiug eloments
(jiiriisuii, in his liirn, besought nil tritu
shivery men to repudiate this blood stained
Union. Nobody cried 'turn him out'
when Riehnrd II. Dana declared ihnt
Hullalo Pliitlurm went ns fur us he could
conscience go that ho honostly considered
the Constitution ns reengnizing slavery,
defined extent,' nnd yet believed it to bu
duty lo sustnin the. Constitution.' Now none
can ueneve nun ait iin so opimoua, wiiu
Ihousniid end one other shades and grades
which we have not specified, nre abstractly
rii-'lit. What then is the secret of this mu
tual tolerance and good fellowship ?
explanation is obvious. Tha spirit had slain
Ihe letter. I no vnnl nnd iriumpnetl over
formal The company. was congenial. There
was a conscious interflow of souls. Every
....n I ; ...,v ,,ll,Mr ru-nrkrr in
cause that lay near his hear; he could not j
refuse to acknowlndgo him, for tho tide
nfsp'uitunl communion ami coiisentnneoua !
nl bnd risen so high ns to overflow the low
standards of parti-nil demai kntion, which i
hnve loo long divided tho Democratic! host. I
(.Jrlhago tst (fcfnrfii Slavkrt must ral.t;
in this at least they were alt agreed Ibis nil
kntic to bo right, nml Ibis was the morft im
portant, alter nil." ,. 1. 2 ime.
New Method of Making Mirrors.
The editor of the l'mtt-vill Advocnte has
uct' s mvti, iiy lev. I. I.. IIII.L. 1110 invell-
,r 0r .. HiHotypIng," a mctho, of ilveriziiig
, whi-l. he con.ider. of great practical
Clue in the manun.cture of mirrors-.
" Mr. Hill look n small glass, such n da
been shown by Rev. L. L. llil.L, tho inveii
puerrenns use lor covering tln ir pieiurea,
nl"' ' I'orty seconds it was trntfrmcd into
a perlect mirror perfect in every respect.
We kept nn eye upon it the whole time ; Urn
process wns fully explained, ami the result
cntinol be excelled. Out ol some three hun
dred experiments which Mr. Hill has made,
ho has never failed in making a perfect mir
ror. "In his mode of 'silvering glass' there is
not n particle of the usual ninalgnm of tin
toil and quicksilver, but it is composed w hol
ly of pure nnd unadulterated silver. The
discovery was mnilo while ho was experi
menting on glass, w i I li n view of adapting it
to llilochroiny, never dreaming of its licaii
lil'ul application lo the mniiiit icture nt' mir
rors. Tim invention did not cost him nu
bom's study, nud ho Unt already bad libeiul
offers for the r'uhl to iiiiiiiiifaclurc, together
with tin knowledge of doing so. Tho ex
pense of iiiiiiiuf'aetiiritig Illinois by this new
nnd durable method will not, wo think, ex
ceed hall' the cost of manufacturing tliu kind
now used; besides, they are alwayt perferl,
nud no art of man can d.-fVo them without
breaking them lo pieces. We hazard until
ing in predicting that ii w ill rrunlu nil entire
revolution in Ihe nrt of making mirrors, and
thnt, in ii few years nt most, there will not be
n mirror of the kind now used to bu Ibiind in
Tur Cell, n Catholic paper ill Uufl'ilo, in
nn article upon the school sjMcm, says to
" Belter Initpuixh and die under the red Hag
of England, 'than live to beget children ol
perdition under tho flag of a proselyting republic."'
Receipts for The Bugle for the week ending
Dr. C. Morrell, Wnrrcnsville,
Rielund Cole man, Newbury,
Williiini P. Cnin, "
James Callow, "
James Boyd, 41
Thonins Crdlister. "
Wurren Gilbert, Wolf Creik,
Richard lllenden, Adrian,
Paul TidKir, "
I.. Tabor, "
W. C. Hunt, "
R. S-iitlcithwnite, Enst Wesuille,
Inaac Irey. Mt. Gilend,
Ktiielitie Fnwcett. Salem,
KliiiN Vick, Fun Dii Lac,
Mills W. Vick, Marlboro',
Cornelius Wbitucre, New Lisbon,
l,r.o 4.1 1
1 1 inh Y hitacrc.
A''-,'.'",J!8 t''"!l0. ItootMovvn,
1'eWIS 1-nSI ,
! J. B. Ileighlnn, Ediubiirg,
!' M. Cogswell, Uissells,
I .L., v""' J"1""'"".
-,'" 1 " , , i' , , 1
JHep , Nash, Welshfield,
'dson, franklin Mills,
Harlow Post, Newbury,
! IV." ii!rli;l,ii!,iL
I g1""'!.1?. &. H'Hwk. Pwkniaii,
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'Tr? r"1 ' 1"T 1"nr0,
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Tho undersigned having been chosen to make
tho Preliminary arrangement respecting the
management of a debate between Jonas Haht
zell of Ilopedalo, Harrison Co., and JosEru
Baiixeb of Salenr, Col. County, on the follow-
! tng proportion
i ,. ... , , .christian Scrintures contain a
,rric, of 01,mmicatioin,supcrnaturally levcal-
eii anu miraculously attested, from tho latter
man may auiuiro a perfect rule of life."
A matire. Xtiiati' e,
MIL HAKTZELL, MR. BAUIiliR,
Notico is hereby given, that tho discussion
will comincnco in tho Town Hall of Salem, on
tho 'till July, at 2 o'clock, P. M., and con
tinue four days, unless the panic shall other
June 7, 1853.
Ohio and Pennsylvania Rail Road.
TRAINS GOING WEST,
Hail Train. Expreit Train.
8,30 A. M. 4,00 A. M.
9,3,5 ' fi.60 "
ll,3i ' 7.30 '
12,40 P. M. 8,30 "
J,o,5 " 9,30 "
6.16 12,21 T. M.
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TRAINS GOING EAST.
7.00 A. M. 1,30 P. M.
7A3 " 2.0J
11,00 4,ii "
1,00 P. M. 6,20
I, A " 6,4i "
8,43 " 8.40 '
.5,00 0,30 "
, . Uiance"'
j jiPin '
An Extra train also leaves Pittsburgh at 1
A. M . arrives at Alliance at 3 43. Leaves Al
liance 10 30 P. M , arrives at Pittsburgh at 2,
Those trains ennnsnt with those running to
Cleveland, with theClovcland Columbus train
at Crestline and with thoie runmog to Bc,Sm
PENN MEDICAL COLLEGE.
THE Fall Session for Femslos in this Insti
tution commences Soptembr-rl.t.snrl the Spring
Session f r Males on Msrch 1st, of eaoh yeai.
)vUil privileges aro enjoyed by both. Tha
Medical doctrine taught by the Faculty,
(which consists of eight Professorship.) are
liberal nnit proqrtuirt. Professors' Fees 10,00.
Fir H' finite pnrtioithtrt, or ewioMficfmenU, ad
dieiis the Dean.
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fl29 N. 12th, St., Below Orcen,
Jure 8, 1853. Philadelphia.
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We have g me t ' considerable expense in fitting
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ceed. Pin lis it r us.
'11 IP. next term of this Institution will
commence, unJer Hit cure of' ll.e tuutrriucr, -4u.
gust 1st, l."?5:t, ninl eontinuu II weeks. The
succeeding full nun n infer terms, oi which
hnllier uolici: will bo duly given, will lie
opened about their usual time. A regular
which the Scienre of ,1munt shall lie
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Salem, June 1st, 1853.
female Skrilcul I'ulkgt of rrunsylvaoiB.
rOUUTH ANNUAL SESSION.
TlIK next Co U iso of Lectures in this Insti
tution will commence on Saturday, October
1 til. 1 1?53. nml continue five, months t'21 weeks )
closing on ihe U5th of I 'ehruary, 1654.
David J. Ji ih niton, M. D., Professor of Chem
istry nud Toxicology.
Ell wood Harvey. M. I)., Professor of the Prill
citdes ninl Practicn til Medicine.
llilbtrn Darlington, M. D., Prolessur of Sur
gery. Won i'reston, M. I).. Proft-ssorof Physiology.
Klwin FuntetlfM. I)-, Professor of Anatomy.
Murk IS. Ktrr, Ah I)., Prolessor of Materia
Medicn and Cieneral Therapeutics.
Alurtha II. Aiiwr-j, Ah 11., Professor of Obste
trics nnd Diseases ol Women and Children.
,1lmira L. Fowia, Ah J)., Domonslrutor of
Anatomy nud Chemistry.
Persons winding further information as to
terms, reituliilioiis, &c, or desirous of receiv-
tho Announcement, w ill please apply, per
sonally or bv lettHr, to the Denii of the Fac
ulty, DAVID J. JOHNhON. M. D..
!.".) Arch Kneel, I'liiladelphia.
JOHN C. WH1NERY,
SURGEON DENTIST!! Oics ever Iht
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form his friends and the public, that he Is again
at his post. Having spent several wonlha in
Cincinnati, In making himself minutely acquain
ted with tha variou brunches of his Profession
he feel confident of being able to render the
fnllet latlsfaution to those who may require b I
8alom,-Mrch , 1841.