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The fallowing which no copy from the
Ohio Organ, is a very fnir enmplu of llio
moral tinkering with which Doctors of Di
vinity ami their subalterns, propose to cor
rect tlio great social nml niornl evilit of llio
world. Tlio Heotch 1). I).'b nre joxt liUn
ourown, only olilile ilillcrently muddled ami
shaped by circumstances,
Our renders nro aware of tlio f ict, tlmt tlio
liquor trntlii! in Scotland is fxTiiliurly hem
nieil in unit hedged nliout by tlio police rcg
trlniinns. Tlic "licence system" exists there in
till ils glorious perfection. The Jt-iicriil As
eembly of the "Old Kiik" (I'reMivtriinii)
called upon the pnriidics lor reports ns to the
drinking hahils of llio people, nml tlio bunt
mentis lu scctiro n reform. Reports were
Hindu from 470 parishes by the clergymen,
rind ihey were published in a volume of l'JO
lngce, n copy of which in on our table. It
appears by these report, not only tlmt in
tempcrntico is a very prevalent vice, but tlmt
even clmrcli member nro lint tiufrcqucully
"overtaken," PKpeciiilly nu funeral occasions
and nt private baptisms. One veticrnMu D. D.
says, " It is n luelnurholy liicf, th.it almost till
tlio .noted drunkard in my parish iiltend
public worship regularly; some of them
milking unusually strict proftnaions cf reli
gion." This in, however, n rnrc ras", " nicliiiirhn
ly"os it in, fur in nearly nil Ilia reports it H
staled tlmt tlio consequence nro " Sabbath
ilcscecriiliou, the iicl'Ici-1 of nlniOht evorv
iluiy, niornl, social, or religious, nml thu des-
tiliiiiou ol llicm nml their families ,"
Wlmt strikes us more especially in the ex
amination of these documents, is the nature
if the rcmrilics proposed fur tho ncknow-
icugcu t V il.
One minister supjrests by way of remedy,
to "flijniii upon cmigivg.'itMiii, nml especially
the ministers, lint torn I iihMiiiiieucf, but great
er moderation, llinu they nl present exeiciie."
".Vol total abstaintnee" by any menus, fur this
would be uiiscriplttrat. 'j'hc Clergyman from
Parish 31, says: "A number who never wcrp
nihlivtcd to intemperance, net iijion the lolnl
ahstinctico principle, by wny ol Killing nu
example of sobriety but I ilo not '.';. k u.cii
rxample lias, or is entitled to have, uny moral
weight, iraemiirh as that which they exem
plify i not the Christian virtue of Temperance
not n thin); C'ltigeipiemly fi,r which ihey
run plead tho nutlioriiy of tho Gospel."
Oil, what an ipiiirimms I We would like to
have him discus tlmt text which reads: " Il
is good neither to cat brend nor drink wine,
or any other thing whereby n brother is ol
fended, or etiimhlcth, or in muilo w eak."
Another venerable Divine, idler regretting
tha it vvliil previileiu'o of drunkennPK.s in the
church, ml. In, " It nppears tu inn that an
nulhoritalive jotter from the (.'cnernl Asscm
bly disco-traging tho prnctieu of using spirit
uous liquors nl funerals, might bo produc
tive of essential good."
Another thinks such n letter imnerrssnry,
but says the " longtime spent in giving re
freshments at fi.n. ruls causes mere spiritous ti
ettors to be cotismuid thiiii was hy any means
necessary" (It 'iBof chiiifc liinm'l proper ami
ntccMan that some flmiiM ,e ' cnnileiiicil"
on Bitch occasions.) '! do lint think relirsti
metits lit funtruls can bn nllogelher done
away; but limning tho limn to one hour in
stead of taking up two or three, it is hoped
the giving of relieshmeulN w ilt be follow ed
by no Improper consequences." (That is, we
suppose mourners will be ohlo to get homo
beforo very druiik.)
One who would " by no mentis encourage
teetotal sotitlia," rumiu ks of bis parish, "There
nro individuals, however, w ho, from being
irreclaimable drunkards to all nppenrnnce,
Ance become exemplary and sober through join
ing the total tdiKtincuce society." (What n
concession! How charitable !) Another
proposes three great correctives, thus i
1st. "Aholixli private bnptism."
2nd. "Abolish thinking at foneralH."
3d. "Ruiluco the number of public houses."
Another nihls three more:
1st. "Tho character of those who kei p
public bouses should ho belter inquired into."
2d. " The sum paid fur liccuso must bo
3d. " Tho bouses should bo shut on the
Fcvernl report tlmt " no licensn should bn
groined without n cenilicntn from the minis
ter" of good character. (A pood man's li
quor, we suppose, would not hurt anybody.)
A very inoilit Clergyman ventured to
suggest, "If niiuihters can bo of use in the
present stnto of matters, it is only, in my
opinion by relinquishing the use cf spirits
themselves." (Rather n hind prescription,
We fenr, to bo adopted.)
Another expresses this very sago opinion,
"Alter warning the iulemperatc. the bent way
is to lenve them In l'rovide tin-."
We hnvo not given onc-hnlf the prescrip
tions which were laid belnre the General As
suuihly by the Clergy. Although our snide
is already too lung, wo cannot lorhear mill
ing two or muro clerical sjkciJUs. We think
"I sin of opinion, thai were a plain u7iofo
some bar within the reach of nil l.ilioi fih,
there would he less danger," snys one.
" I would rernmmend high priced liquors
find Zoic tinges," says another.
In view of tlm vice among iho femnle
inembt'is of the Church, a MiniMer snys, " 1
could wish we had the micient order of dea
conesses levived, lo deal with the erring of
tneir own sex.
Koine of thu old snnkcit. (we simuccO nre
in high dudgeon about tho inquiries of the
General AmeiiiMy on this pai tieulnr subject.
One rather pettishly says, " I rln tint see
why the General Assembly should suggest
any measure fur the suppression of intern
jiernncc, rsther than for tho prevention nl
n earing or lying, which are coimuiui less
ir more in all parishes."
Another pious Father, in the bitterness of
liia pirit, snys, "All teetoliilism societies are
m gr'v-f of Jieart to me, as presumptuously
Implying a drftcir.n'y in tho ordinance of thu
Lmd's appointment, nml n prcsumptuuusly
implying sn ability by human dtviccs lo sup
ply the supposed defect."
This esse reminds us of the pious old lady
in early times in Hcoilnnd.wlioso conscience
was terribly troubled at Hie impiety of a
sifughbor in getting a fanning mill " lo inan
tifacture wind tor himself, instead of prteit
ting M ly fasting and prayer, or waiting for
kind Providence to send a breeze."
The state of things in Scotland will account '
for the lung, nonsensical, puerile article in
tho hist number of Ulackuiwd'i Magazine, "on
Temperance and Temperance Societies;"
on nrliclo unworthy n place in tho wenkest
nnd inoiH ephemeral nevtquper in Christen
dom. We would not be understood nt insinuating
that till is dark in Hcolland, for there are
many bright spots, nnd there am clergymen
even of the established Church who hove
right views of truth nnd duty.
We clipped tho following from some pa
per, we cannot now tell wbnt. Tim writer
must excuse us. We cnniiul afford lo sun.
press it, because we hove corelessly lost its '
To-i!ny's 7Yi&mii gives nn account of a
meeting of tho waiters, in New York. Its
object to elevate their class. This we like j
a just sell respect entitles them lo Iho re
spect of others. They, too, wcro demand
ing nn incrense of wages f this reminded us
of some impressions iniiclo in a visit n few
months sinco to the great city. We stopped
lit nun of the hifhiouahlo hotels; in tho
morning, knowing that wn could have break
fast nt uny hour beloro eleven, wn did not
hasten nt tho first ringing of the bell. On
pnssing into the hull from our room, we saw
a fine looking woman bringing two large
pails of water, and presently shn commenc
ed the laborious task of scouring the floor
on her hands nnd knees. In iho Ordinary,
a morning paper wns handed us to read
w hile our breakfast was ill preparation ; af
ter glancing over i's columns, wn looked
about to see what was going on. At n lablo
a Utile distance from us sat a young, heahhy,
strong looking man, luliliiig napkins clano
ralely, to grace the dinner table; nuolher
was rubbing goblets and wiui) glasses ; two
others were removing tho breakfast clolhs,
and fiihling tliem, whilu two others wcro
spreading llm dinner cloths; another was
Idling iliiwu nml arranging the window
shades, nnotlier fixing the sal', cellars and
castors, nml number rubbing the' forks nml
spoons ; two others oecupied themselves
Willi our brenkliist. Thus near n dozen
fining, liealiby, vigorous men wcro doing
light duties, that any set of girls of twelve
J cars could do equally well.
''On returning lo our room wo stopped lo
talk with thu woman w ho was cleaning the
hall. Of her we learned that she worked
Ibr $1 50 per week; that she bad n child
and an aged mother In support ; that every
night after work wns done, wearied ns shn
might he, flic went home to sleep. Why
w as not 1 1 in w ear of her muscles, the rxpeu
diluie of her strength, of equal worth with
tho lalmr of thoso men who were receiving
from twelve to sixteen dollars per month ?
We did not ask if tho woman was honest,
nnd in thinking of her wo felt tlmt were wo
railed to rit upon a jury where ono in her
class should bu brought up for theft, we
should bu very lenient, and very difficult to
convince of her guilt. Wo saw two other
women scouring hack Hails, nml carrying
heavy pails of water up mid down lung
flights; ono of these was n worn, sickly
creature, the hectic already burning in her
diet k. Dclicaln woman, thought we ; mail's
idol, his "dtiiitilfr ideal of pcrlectiou," your
graces how perl et, how divine !"
The samo morning we stepped intn a car
to lido up town; it was already nearly filled;
n gentleman however rose, Willi tho utmost
suavity, nnd prollcri'd us his seat, n pleasant
comfurlahlu one, and remained standing un
til another wns vacated, Presently n woman
with Iwo children entered ; thu day was
piercing cold, her dress, nn old faded cotton
gown, nnd thaw I. tfhe turned her !ara
liquid eve, soft ns a gazelle's, from aide to
side, looking imploringly for n scat ; but
tlicro was none lor lier until she readied the
extreme eml of tho enr and crouched down
by tho door, where the cold wind blew upon
her each time it was opened ; there she lid
ded more closely to her chilled heart her
babe, ami strained over il tho old shawl.
And so wc said to oneself, it was not our
womanhood which procured this seat, but
our soli, warm cloak and furs.
"Women are divided into Iwo classes;
one class nro indeed thu idols of men, their
piny things, their pets, their household di
vinities; birds nnd delivers nro not gayer in
their nlliie, or freer from care than these
women hut alas! Iho contrast which pover
ty marks. A poor woman is not out of her
sphere sawing wood, picking rags in tho
gutter, peddling fih in the street, in short
lining any hard drudgery .w hich will give
her a subsistence. She inny plough in the
field, yoked with n bullock, (in countries
where this is usual.) work on the quays, net
nt porter, and light her way through, fur she
litis the physical strength, the bono nnd inna
elo to conquer, and "might makes right"
she comes hero only in competition wilh the
uinterial. I have said there wern two clas
ses, hut thank heaven there is u third, small
but increasing t n class of "strong minded
women" who will not consent tu be slaves
or toys; their love of harmony is such that
it drives them from cither extreme, and they
aspire to bo nlivnys the companions of men
in all holy faiths mid pure good works.
The Inventor of the Jacquard Loom.
Jacqnnrd wns a straw manufacturer in the
city of Lyons; he whs a poor man, nnd be
had received liulo instruction. During the
war w ith England, nu article appeared in the
French .1onitYiir, which stated that a persun
in l'ngland had offered a large sum of money
lo any man who could product n machine by
wiucli a net vomit no matte, iliis sellout
lo work, nml he did get over tho great dilli
culty of producing n machine, by which a
knot could bn lied. Thejibing was forgotten,
till, by some accident, ibis net wns given lo
the grout IJitipeior Napoleon; und he was
mid thai u poor man on the banks of tho
Khoue had solved a very great and dillicult
Jucqunrd, in great poverty, ono day, anil
scarcely knowing how loxist, wus surprised
by Iho visit of a sergeant of gens d'armes,
who knocked r.l the door. He came down
stairs, nnd the sergeant said, " I hr.vo orders
to lake you in Fnris." " Who. bus sent for
inn nt pin is " lie was lold, " Why, you
w ill hear that when you gel then.'. There is
a carriage wailing for you." He said, "I
must sunt! for my wife, and make prepara
tion." liut the sergeant snid, " No, you
must go as you are." Ami he was taken to
llie 1'idace of Ilia Tuilleries, and inttnntly
introduced lo two persons, no lose distiu-
gnished than Nnpnlcoit Honnpnrte and hit
great Minister, Carnot. Napoleon saul,
" I hey tell me you any you ran tie a knot
a straight string (for that is tlm art of knitting)
by a piece of machinery 1 1 doni believe you.
He continued, "Now in order to try you,
w ill have you locked up in an apartment, and
supplied with materials upon which to work,
and every thing you require lo moke your
Well, Jiicqunril set to work so locked up,
nnd constructed a machine; wns covered
w ith honor, continued to direct bit attention
to mechanical art, and nftcrwnrils produced
that machine which bears his linmo, and
which by merely throwing the shuttle across
Iho warp, produces the most beautiful pat
terns. These machines produced a revolu
tion in I rencb manufactures I thrice tho
l"P' of ' ''y 'f Lyons rose upon Jnc
quartl ; twice they attempted In drown him
lit the llhnne. He williilreiv lumsell from
Iho world fir ninny years, still attempting
be the benefactor ol his native hind. Opin
ion changed, however, and beliire he died,
was the recipient of a liberal pension, not
only ftnm the city of Lyons, but from
French Government. Ilo dietl upon
property which was conveyed to him,
grateful gilt of the people be had honored and
elevated; nml when lie was carried to
tomb, tho city of Lyons decreed Ihnt his por
trait should bo painted ami bung in
fccliool ol Arts.
From the Morning Post.
On a Slave.
BY JOHN K. HOLMES.
Who wants to wenr the bondmmn'i chain,
Tho cankering links that bind the slave i
Who wonts to sweat thro' years of psin,
And nk dishonored In tho gravor
Because thy limbs nro not made strnlght
liccsuso thy face is not mndo fair,
Mut it be thy inglorious fnto
To sink unplticd In despair
It we are freemen let us show
That wo have souls that still can feel I
If wo sro strong, then let ut grow
Moro lenient when tha we .k sppesl I
They are tho grand alone, who toko
Their suffering fellows by tho hand ;
They oro the bravo alone, who break
The shackles that have cursed a lun J.
From many a rleo swamp swells a prayer,
Ood of my fathers, unto Thee 1
In many a Cabin's tainted sir
Tears full liko rain whero nono wilt see.
When the loud trump of Justice shakes
This Nation to its mighty hcurt,
Then shall tho sword thai vongcance takes
Mnko tho last lank oppressor start I
The elephant and her calf, now an familiar
tn the visiters of the Loudon Zoological Gar
dens, reached them on the lOlli of May,
lc.il. Iho infant prudogy is the most qual
ified looking, old fashioned lilt lu thing that
can bo imagined. Young animals have certain
characteristics, nsn general rule, which mark
tlinin nt once. Nn one can mistake a fiial
wilh its long still-likn legs nnd ils bushy tail
for n small bill grown horse, and the bnggv
skin, clumsy legs, ami boiled eyes of n pup
py iimmstakntily stamps it us such, lint the
yo ing elephant is, to ordinary observation,
lull grown elephant seen through n diminish
ing glass, lie baa the tame rough, grey
skin, the same eyes, iho same general pro
portion! ns his momrmi, and were it not that
lie betrays the heedlessness and vivacity
youth, with iho peevishness nt timet of
spoiled child, be might pass for a specimen
of tome such breed among hit rnee ns the
Shetland pony is umong horses. We were
amused, says n writer in Ainiworth'a Maga
zine, with watching the littlu gentleman one
day lillerally sucking bis finger, lie coiled
his trunk so that the end went into his mouth,
nnd appcured lo he rubbing bis gums per-
Imps ono ol Ins coming teeth might he trou
bling him. Ilo then rolled the trunk about
from one sido of bis mouth to the other,
nnd appeared to suck the finger eml, giving
a sort of odd snort now and then. Ilis loot
itching, be raised it nnd rubbed it wilh bis
trunk, (as Socrates is described ns rubbing
bis leg in the I'litcdo W I'hito,) and nller
again sucking it in a thoughtful mood, he
smlilciily ran linckwardt until be bumped
against bis innmmii,who welcomed him with
severul carrcsses of her trunk passed ufl'ee
lionaiely over him, nnd as speaking n look
of limd maternal pride os any countenance
On a blazing hot Sunday in July, we wit
nessed on amusing scene with these ele
phants. Heavy ruin had reduced the clay
of tho paddock in which they nro kept
to soli mud, which bod not dried ut) one
side, nml had been worked hy the feet
of the animals into an unctions sticky mass.
The tun had dried the other side. The little
fellow enjoyed bis libcrty.nml win in nt ureal
tpii ilt at n schoolboy on a fine holliduy, frol
icking about with a "de'il mny-care" air,
picking up bits of dirt with his trunk, and
putting them into hit mouth, i lis mamma
watched him for mine time, nml teeing
clod of most uucnnsciomib.'e dimensions pop
in, she walked quietly up, look this out
bis mouth wiih the finger of her trunk, and
threw it down with a look and oeiiun expres
sing ns cleurly ns words "Von nnughty
child, bow can you cat such filth
this the culprit gave n rebellious toss of
IruiiK, strode into the water nml threw sever
al trunk-fulls over his mamma, nller which
: tho two went into the mud, and he sut down
on bis haunches like a dog. Tho parent delib
erately laid down on her side and proceeded
to plaster herself all over with mud, daubing
it on with her trunk. Tho inlinit podigy
the sumo, taking a most unnecessary
preinsiiiroiis quantity on bis own person,
mid dabbing it also on his corpulent maininn.
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"w ...u i.uimiiiiiii:iii wiih miercst
When she gol up no easy matter, by
wny, on account of bur stoutness one
of her body and one-half of her fuco were
bidden by a mass of clay fully two inches
thick, the cyo being completely clostd.
With her trunk she first picked the dirt from
this organ.and after a general thake.proceed
ed with ell the solemnity and very much
appearance of a lipsy "lulioror in many
vineyards" lo the water, in which she
disappeared, nothing but the end of
truuk being visible above lite surface.
this bath she was soon joined by her little one,
and the two engaged in a game of elephan
tine romps extremely edifying to behold.
Oh, there hat many a tear been shed,
And many a heart been broken,
For wsnt of a gentle band stretched forth, '
Or a word of kindness spoken.
Then oh, with brotherly regard
Greet every son of sorrow,
So from etch tone of lovo. his heart
Now hope, now strength, shall borrow.
Nor turn the cold and scornful eye,
From him who hath offended,
But let harshnots of reproof
With kindest tones be blended.
Tha seeds of good are everywhere,
And, in the guiltiest bosom
Should, by quickening rays of love,
Put forth the tender blossom.
Whilo many & tempted soul hath been
To deeds of ovil hardened,
Who felt that bitcrnsst of grief,
The first ofTcnca unpardoned.
Nought disturbs this old alley save poverty
nnd staggers, throwing ils lean hand against
the rattling window panes, and crushing in
Iho old bat-crowns that lino broken oper-
Here comes a group worth studying. A
boy with sunny locks, leading bis sister from
the parish school. Poverty may be hit heir
loom, lint vu too lock hands with it meagre
mate, nnd may carry him safely through ull
periods of lilc journey.
" Well, my bov! whose child ore you ?"
Please I'm Peggy's little boy what take
In Ironing nml washes, I and tister goes to
Unbind them, with n slower step, nn eye
like n hnwk, his short, crisp curls clinging
close to his brown furchead, come iiuother
tit t lu iiiciiiii. His eye is brightenod porhnps
ot the sound of a pleasant voice, ami be
nervously lingers his old rng.
Who can but give n kindly smile lo the
neglected one ? So wc pari n smilu between
then, and ask him, too "ami you, my little
fellow, whose child are you ?'
See! his head droops; the bold light fades
from hit eye ; the joyous curve of his lip
changes to grief. He half looks up nguin,
and a tear trembles nu his dark lasiiet
" Please I ain't nobo lys cu'W."
How olieii that plaitilivo voice rings on
my ear like thu low cry of Iho turtle dove.
Visions n f negleclod graves it brings, heap
ed in the poor's corner of children cling
ing to thu skirts of strange garments, weep
ing ut the harsh voice of liirced chnrity
shrinking from the liplii'tcd hand of tho cruel
What if his shrinking limbs stiffen with
the cold ? Who will tear the tattered gar
ments from her own perishing body to gath
er about her child?
Who, when the sneer nnd tniint striko
cohlur than death against the grieving heart,
pours the soft Imlm of a divine low) on the
Who, when llie vile lay unholy hands up
on him, und drag him to the durk haunt of
ain, will snatch bin) from ruin ot the peril
of her own life ?
The poor day-worker may hover like nn
angel nbuul her treasure even in the midst
ol misery nnd pollution saving them from
all ; hut he who is nobody's child
O ! heaven, pity and guard him! .V. 0.
From the Tribune.
The Chinese Revolution.
There is no longer any doubt that China
is convulsed to its center by Revolution. An
insurgent nrmy, commencing in the extreme
south of the Umpire, hns swept nnrlhwnrd,
on a line of five hundred mile in length,
till it has overrun half of the country and
passscd llio great river, which running east
nnd west, divides it nearly in tho middle.
The commanding generul at the hood of the
rebel army has issued a proclamation, in
which ha bids defiance to the reiglining dy
nasty, and domatids that the peoplo every
where shall flock to hi (tandard, or at least
manifest nn hostility, tinder penalty of con
dign punishment. That bis language con
veys no unmeaning threats it manifest in
the quiet submission of numerous powerful
cities ami towns, nnd in the generul conster
nation that everywhere pervades the royal
forces nml llie great circles of trade. We
bear of the precipitate flight of the wealthy,
the closing of marts of business, and a gen
eral fever of excitement ntnnng agricultural
ists, mechanics, merchants, nnd every other
class of people, while iho regular troops
sent to quell the rebellion ore either absorbed
by the revolutionary forces or retire beliire
their steady approach tn the Capitol. Mean
time, the Knvoys of England and Fiance,
and our own Commissioner, have proceeded
to the theater of hostilities in nu'.ioiiol ships,
and a special Russian F.nvoy bus been dis
patched over laud. At Shangbuu, which is
Iho great central seaport of llio Empire,
t nl lie nml business ol nil sorts were suspenii
ed, and here the foreign ships were cougre
gntiug. Nankin had not actually fallen nt
tho lust advices, but ils capitulation wus dai
ly expected. From other important cities
large sums of money hud been tent to Ilia
rebel chief, lo secure them from molestation
nnd plunder. This last rrcumstanee give
a solidity and vigor to the movement that,
under competent leadership, would seem lo
insure its triumph. It the insurgents hnvo
srnwn tu such strength that they can com
mand all the money they need, they have
success within their grasp, II tho nation re
ally desires lo be rid of their Tartar rulers.
The Newark Daily Advertiser says a pri
vate letter from Rev. Charles Beecher, states
that Mrs. II. li. Htowe has received from
Constable &t Co., Publishers in London, an
offer for a Temperance tale, like Uncle
Tom's Cabin, of $10,000 in band and half
of the proceeds of the work after that sum
bas been realized.
A General assortment of New Books and
Wall roper and Notions,
Just opened at McMILLAN'S BOOK-STORE,
whioh the publio are requested to call and ex
amine. April 7, 1833.
Key to L'ncle Tom'9 Cabin,
Just received at McMillan's Book Store.
SPENCER AND FAIKCHILD'S
Celebrated Oold Pons. Every Pen warrant'
d. At McMillan's Book Store.
MATEHIALS lor Artificial Flowers. A
full assortment at the Salem Book Store.
Fjr sslo at McMILLAN'S Book-Stor.
WIDE, WIDE WOULD and QUEECII Y,
At .McMillan's Book-Store.
White Slave and L'ncle Tom,
At MuMdlau's Book-Storo.
Fancies of u tt'himtieat Man and Hoods Uumo-
At McMillan's Book-Store.
HAWTHORNE'S UHA.CE AOUILAR'S
At McMillan's Book-Store.
Andrew Jackson Davis' Works,
At McMilluu's Book-Storo.
DICKS WORKS AND BIBLES,
For sulo cheap ut McMillan's Book-Store.
300 VOLUMES OF MINIATURE POETS,
At MuMilliuu's Bouk-Siorc.
Alikitttlt of Wttorical uid Poetical Books,
At McMilliun's Bjuk-Sioie.
MEDICAL BOOKS AND DICTIONARIES
At MuMillun's Bjok-Storc.
All kinds of School Books, Slates, Pencils'
Pldin and Fancy Stationary, Wliolussle and
Retail at McMillan's Bnok-Stoio.
A Oaod assortment of Wall Paper,
Window l'aper and Tire itoard
E'rllltS, At McMillan's Hook-Stole.
BLANK BOOKS AND MEMORANDUMS
YANKEE NOTIONS AND TOYS,
In great variety at McMillan's.
POCKET MAPS of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois,
Michigan, Wicoiiniii, Iowa and Minnesota,
At McMillan's llaok-Storc.
Every Hook in the market can bs
procured by calling at J. McMILLAN'S Cheap
Book-Store, Qvo doors East of tho Town Hall,
Main-St., Salem, O.
A. Side Main-St., Ons Door West of Saltm Book'
store, Salem, Ohio,
Coats, Vests, Punts, &c, Made to order and
Warranted to Oive Satisfaction.
Tho Tailoring Busir.cos in all its Brachet
carried on as horctoloio.
The Sugar Creek Falls Water Cure.
TWELVE miles South of Massillon under
tho chargo ol' Drs. Frcase, is supplied with
pure solt spring water, and concluded on pure
llydroputhio principles. We give no drugs.
They are only hindrances to the radical euro of
disease. The success which has thus far atten
ded our crl'.irts to alloviato the tutlurings of
humanity, enables us to speak confidently ol
the virtual of pars soft water, a proper diet, Sec.
Terms, fire dollars in ordinary cases, paya
ble weekly. Dr. T. h. Nichols, of tha Ameri
can Hydropathic Initituio, and Editor of th
Nichols' Iloullh Juuruul, in noticing the Wutcr
Curo movoinents ol' tho country, says of us l
" Dr. Fries, a most thorough and encrgutio
physician, hus a WatorCuro at Sugar Creek
Falls, O. Hit torms are Tory moderate, but
there are few places we could recommend with
Address, Dr. 8. Freaso, Doardoff's Mills
Tuiourawas Co., O.
February 10, 1S53.
WATER-CUKE AND INFIRMARY,
FOR THE CVIIE OF CUROSIC DISEASES
Located at Obanvillb, Lickiko Co., O., and
combines tho advantages of other good estab
lishments, a healthy location, a supply of purs
water, gymnasium, a skilful fady in charge of
the l'vmalo patients, a physician who has had an
extensive practice of 25 years, tie., &o.
Females who have been confined to thoirbeds,
unublo to walk or sit up for from one to twenty
yesrs, in consequence of nervous, spinal, or
uterine disease, are especially invited to corres
pond wilh or visit us. Universal success in
the treatment of this class of diseases has given
us eonlldotice, and we say to all such, even
though they have suffered much of msny Phy
sicians, tnuku one more trial. Torms from $ 0
to $12 per week. Patients furnish towels and
packing materials. Address,
W. W. BANCROFT.
Oranvillo, Nov. 6, '62.
1,000 BOOK AGENTS WANTED,
TO SELL PICTORIAL AND USEFUL
WORKS FOR THE YEAR 1853.
$1,000. A YEAR!
"WANTED, IN EVERY COUNTY OF
T f THE UNITED STATES, active and
enterprising men, to engage in the sale of soma
ot the boat books published in the country.
To men of good address, possesaing a small
capital of from $25 to $100, such inducements
will be ottered as to enable thorn to make from
(13 to $5 a day profit.
VST The Books published by us are all useful
in their character, extremely popular, and com
mand lsrso salea wherever thev ara offered.
For further particulars, address, (postage
ROBERT SEARS, ruBiisHta,
i 181 Willism Street New-York
SPRING AND SUMMER COODS.
THE subscribers are now receiving a large
addition to their stock of Spring and Summer ,
Ooods, among which will be found Dress Silks,
Drtst and Veil Bcragos, Bcrsga Delaines, Chal- ,
les Clothes, all Wool De Lai net, Ds Beget, ,
Velvet Ds Lainot, Itc, &c.
Also.a largo lot otMAGMFlCENT PLAIN '
AND FANCY SHAWLS, which will bs sold
as cheap as at any other house in Ohio. A'
great variety of Men's and Boy's Summer Wtaf
embracing plain and fancy Cushmeretts, Css- .
simercs, Linen and Cotton Quods; Hats, Caps,
Shoes, do. '
Also, an assortment of Frts Labor Ooods.
Dont forget that wt keep Groceries, Wholesale :
and Retail, as low as anybody also.
TOML1N SON, BTRAT 1 ON fc Co.
American Block, Saltm, O.
Msy 19, 1853.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
LA HUE A UAIINAUD,
SUCCESSORS OF Z. BAKER,
Culler's Block, nmry opposite the Bank,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Dealers in
BOOKS AND STATIONERY ( where csn be
found a lull aisoitincnt of Buoks, upon tha va
rious ref jrnis of tho day.
May 12th, 1853.
NEW YANKEE NOTION HOUSE.
UUOOItE Oi WIUTKEY,
iVo 41 lMik street, ocer Uoodale, Musyracs 4 Co.,
I RE now opening a largo and complete as.
il. surtmcnt ut ail kinds uf Yankkk Motions
ami Fancy tioous, embracing a great variety
of styles of Pocket Cutlery, UolU and Bilwt
WaiclicK, Oold Pens, Jewelry, Stationery, '
Combs, Thread, Silk and Tniat, Buttons, bus- '
pciidcra, Nucdies and i'lns, l'ockot Books, Port
Monies, He, winch ure ottered to the trade at a
mall a.lvuuce troin manufacturers' prices.
Aim, a largo assortuiont of Tailor' Trimmings i
and Furiintiung Ooods, such as Cuuvass, Psu
ding, Siicciu, Silk, sad Worsted Herges, Silk
and Marseilles Venting), Hsiidkerchiuts, Cr '
vats, Neck Tics, Uta.
HOSIERY AND GLOVES. ; .
We think tu this depurtmcnt of our business
we can prc.eut great inducements to buyer., as
our stuck is bought directly lrum importers,
and will Uu sold si New York Jobbing pnevs.
WHITE GOODS, LIC.S A.l) Kill BO. VS.
Wo invito tho ultuntion of all clo.o buysri to
this branch ol our btiHiueax, with the cunddsiil
assurance that our prices will defy all couipeti- '
lion, our sto k being lurge, and constating of
Jaconets, Pluid, Cambric, Book and Swift Mm
lin, Doited Swim 'i'ambourd Book Mull, Mull
and Naiutook Muahu, Tallota and Ssliu Rib- '
bona, icu. . r
CEK.ll,l. SILVER A.l) PUTED WARE.
From tho celebrated manufactories of F.
Curtiss k Co., Hull, Elton & Co., and will be
sold at nianulucluicM' prices.
CARPET BAGS, ' ,
A good assortment at low figures.
Mioo Tin cud. '
We would call attention of harness and shoe
maker lo this article, as it is of superior qual
ity, und as wo buy it in lurgo quuutitica,
can sell it u cheap as tho cheupeat. ,
Wo cannot enuincrute ell the articles in out
stock, nor the burguius wo havo in reserve for
our customers. Wo expect of course they will
all favor us with a call, when wo will convince
by an examination ol our prices, that we will
in all coses sell as low as any of tho Eastern i
Jobbing houses, and warrant our goods lo cor
respond with samples.
BROOKE & WHITNEY.
41 Bank street, ovir Uoodalc, Musgrsvu ft Co.
Al jo Agents for the sale of American Kr.lf
Co.'s knivea, and J. R. Runds' whips. JCt
E. 0. KMftUT. & Co ,
Booksellers and Stationers;
59, SUPERIOR ST., CLEVELAND, O.
HAVE constantly on hand a full assortment
of BOOKS in every department of Litersturo,
LAW, MEDICAL THEOLOGICAL, CLAS-
fiiC'.l., ZVUUUI. AMU MISCLLLAXE.
Andrew Jackson Davit' I'ublications. includ.
ing his Great Harmonia in 3 volt., Revelations
Approaching Crisii, Philosophy of Spiritual
PRINTER'S STOCK.-Cards. Card-Boards.
Ink, Glased, Medium, Domyv Cap. Quarto and. .
Ordovs from the country respectfully solicited- .
E. O. KNIGHT, fc Co.,"
Dee. 14. 1852.
AT COLDWATER, MICHIGAN,
Beautifully and Healthfully situated, half
mile west of the village, on the Mich. S. R, R,
The proprietor having takon tho above es '
tablishment for a term of years, are determined
to spare no expense in mnking it dosirabla for
tho Sick and Afllictcd. The success that has
always attended our cfTortt in the practice of
Hydropathy, enables us to tuy with confidence
to tuttoring humanity, make ono more effort.
Addrest, Dr. JOHN B. GULLY,
JOHN B GULLY. M. D.J
fc N. T. WATERMAN, J :'
PaopaixToas. FANCY AIM) BOMXET STOKE.
MRS. S. H. OALBREATH & MISS A. M.
HOUGH, have oponcd a FANCY GOODS
ana BOS NET STORE, in Salem, on Main
St., South tide, opposite Thomas fc Greiners.
They have just recoived a choice assortment of
Rtbbont, Artificial Flowers, and Trimminas of '
all varieties, for Dreises, Bonnets, to. They
are prepared to execute with promptness, all
order, in MILLINERY and MANTUA MAK.
INO, m the most approved style and In the la.
teat fashion. t
Instruction given in Millinery snd'Usntna.
making, on reasonable termt.
8alsm, April 30, 1883, " i t