Newspaper Page Text
. J. W. Walker held two meeting at Mem
potamia a week ago Inst Sunday, which
were well attended. On the evening of Ilia
aame day he oke at the centra of Farming
tort,.where considerable excitement prevailed
on account of the Methodists uniting up tha
windows and fastening the doora to prevent
the meeting being held.
Tha deed givea theae Metliodiata the use
f tha house half the time, the other half to
any who want to use it for religious purposes.
After eonsidernhle effort to open the win
dows, the doora wera forced, and a quiet,
good meeting woe held.
Tha Cool Spring meeting was held In a
grova on the inrm of Ellis Cope, which hnd
been filled up with senls, aloud, See.
The numbers in attendance were good,
though not ao Inrge as they would have been
but for the ruin in the morning.
M. R. Robinson, J. V. Walker, S. Myers f
J. Barker, and W. Myers addressed the meet
ing. Friemla were present from Sulern, New
Lisbon, and other pluces. The effect was
good, the cause of the aluve receiving a new
A large Temperance Celebration wns held
at Alliance on Sunday and Mondiiy. On the
(alter day the cara carried passengers at hnlf
tha usunl rates, which oneblcd a great iiiiiks
of people to utlend. Several thousands were
In and near the beautiful grove. Several
processions from a distanco mine on to the
ground with flags, etc. The meeting una
enthusiastic throughout. We du nut know
who spoke on- Sundny, but on Monday
addresses were delivered by J. V. Wulker,
Mr. Hunger, and others.
Thero wna ahio a large Tempcrnnce path
ering at Cnnfitld aa well as at other pluces In
tha neighborhood. On tho whole the dny,
earned devoted to temperance, anti-slavery,
pic nics, &c.
15i ait Discussion. The discussion ad
vertised between,Mes!irs. Iltirtzull nud Barker
commenced according to announcement on
Monday Inst. Notwithstanding the exceed
ingly busy season 'nf the year, ila sessions
have Iteen largely attended. All has been
conducted pleasantly and agreeably, tho au
dience attentive and manifesting a deep in
terest in the investigations. Muny strangers
are here from a distance. James Burnuhy
and Miss Caroline Stnutnn are phonograph
iually reporting it. We understand it is the
intention to have it published iifler ila con
clusion which has not occurred at the time
we write. They progress slowly. Mr. Hurt
le 1 1, who leads, did not plunge into the argu
ments at once. Ilod ha dune ao, it eeems
to ua much time and many words would
have been saved, and much added to the
interest of tha sessions.
Free Soil Convention.
On the 4th, there wns a most -enthusiastic
end spirited Convention held in New Lisbon.
An effort hnd been mude to coalesce with
others. lint there appeared to be a determi
nation to maintain ihe integrity of the Inde
pendent Democratic: party, and rcitoliiiious
were paused in fuvor of the Maine Law, and
denouncing the Fugitive Sluve Law. The
following ticket mas nominated:
Rtpt. IIuoh Gaston, Middleton,
Jonas D. Cattell, Terry.
SarriT Andrew Mcintosh, Yellow Crock.
Com. Morris Miller, Hanover.
Trtair Abner Moore, Centre.
Pro. My Km II. Ituttiu, Yellow Creek.
Surveyor Taylor II. Wooley, Hanover.
Corontr Joseph Straughn, Centre.
Infirmly Director T. II. Cushmuti, Centre.
A Central Committee was appointed, con
sisting of S. W. Orr, John Frost, J. K. Snod
gras, J. Ileaton, Ueo. Sloun. K.
So our Columbiuna Free Boilers are for
retaining their perpendicularity. Good. By
standing erect they will the sooner draw other
men unto them. Of the candidules they
have nominated, we have personal acquaint
ance with but few. Of one we cuu speuk,
as a fi ieud of freedom and of temperance,
bold, firm, earnest, and ulwnys reliable. An
old altoliiioiiist and no compromiser ia Jonas
D. Cattell. A butter tnuu could not have
been selected. Editor.
(The Democrats hold a Convention in
Columbus on the 24ih of August, to nomi
nate a School Commissioner. Thus are they
letermined to make that a partisan question.
In our opinion, the New Lisbon aspirant,
Air. Frazier, has not added to his credit, if he
lius to his prospects, by bis recent correspon
dence assailing the teachers of Columbiana,
for tha expression of their preference for
Tat Homestead. Our neighbor of the
Homestead has mounted a new head this
week. Really an improvement in its appear
nee, but he aays the "soul and moving
pint" are just the aame aa ever.
UiuoR.-Horace Greely counsels the Whigs,
Free Soilers.and all others in Ohio who can,
to combine upon tha Maine Law, forgetting,
all other differences for the time being.
Gkbeit Smith. Wa regret to learn from
Frederick Douglass' Paper, that Gerrit Smith
ia confined with severe sickness, having re
cently uudergoue severe surgical operation.
The pro tim Editor of the National Ere.who
is giving that paper a pleasant smell of spice,
has tha following historic, allusions, which, of
their kind, can't well ba beat. Speaking of the
recent Barnburners, ha says :
"The way of the trantgressors is hard enough,
but undsr tha Pierce dynasty It is nothing to
tha way the prodigal tons are to be acrved after
they have tasted of tha fatted calf, dressed to
welcome their roturn. To our taate, the hunks
of tha third party had a better rcliih and a
plcasantcr digestion. Tho elder brethren who
never left the houacholj are evidently the chief
cooka of tha entertainment, and aerve It without
"Tha Uunkcra romcmbcr 1848, and to do wo.
Those were the days when wt went gypaying
with the l'rince and tha pious Butler. It is
amming now to recoil oct that wa have aecn
John mobbed, aa nearly as four or five thouaand
indignant Whig and Locos could achieve so
laudable an undertaking J it is really funny to
to think of his quantity of piety being persecut
ed I and to look back at hit aufTerings for con
science, sake, as an actual fact I Wa fancy we
can hear him now, aa then, delivering the oracle,
" There i auch a thing as being right aa well
as regular ! " John, you are immortal but, as
a wag. Wo have maclo out our own pardon
for believing that when good motives for right
conduct wcro sa plenty at blackberries, you had
aome of them. You are a good looking fellow,
and, for a little while, had tho benefit of good
company ; but, it ia of no avail for you to get
rijht again ; better, on the whole, for all honcat
men, tlint you stay rejular. And, aa for brother
llutler, we recommend him also to keep out of
revivals, and atick to " ttated preaching." If
you aro treated with contempt and suspicion by
your prcacnt political associates, it will not add
very much to tho burden of your own ; so we
leave you to your luck and don't lot your
couacience troublo you in the least, llepentance
is not a grace for them, and for that placo where
there is no reformation poatiblc. We havo fed
upon Ihe crumba that fell from your table, and
owo you somothing for a few helpful licks, and
would willingly dip the tips of our fingers ia
water to cool your lipa when you gel into tor
ment, but tor the width of tho gulf, Prayers
for the dead don't reach beyond purgatory.
We must bide our grief in our own heart, for
it is not lawful to send our good wishes all the
way after you. You havo become Rational
Dtmocrati ; and, " to givo the devil hia due,"
we content end submit, but our humanity
ahuddera at the ficrco extremes of heat and
cold that aro in rcierve for you.
"And now, that our sympathies are flowing
freely, whero it our old friend Tom Corwin, nf
glorious memory The Inst thing we rreollect
of him, personally, happened on tha Western
Ilcaerve, in 1810 a long time ago I That day
he performed ono of the moat capital dodges that
we havo aecn done even on tho Western atump.
Thero wcro a few Abolitionists among the
twenty thousand auditors that ho was playing
upon for his own and Ocncral Harrison's elec
tion but they wanted to vote for Old Tip any
how, and, they say in Pennsylvania, 11 never
let on" about his pro-slavery votes, duly record
ed in the Abolition almanuo of the day. The
Locos, however, were wcll-pnatcd up about it,
and if they could only get the Governor to aay
something about it, ono way or tho other, they
had something to muko by it. For, if he came
out flut footed against tho Abolitionists, he
would loao-them ; and if he pleated them, he
mutt offend a host of " good Whigs and true."
" Tom" that is, tho Honorable Thomas Cor
win had just mado an effective pause in hia
oratory, and was tuking a drink, when a fosty-
faced, slab-sided Locofoco, six feet and an in
definite number of inches high, rose about the
middle of the matt, and strotching himself up
like a jack-screw, letting out one joint of his
back bone after another, until ho stood a head
and shoulders above the crowd, cried out, in a
voice that might split a gum stump, " What do
you say to Abolition r" Totn hia name was in
such conatant use that is had to be shortened
for convenience Tom, taken all aback, and not
a loop-hole left for escape, looked around for a
momont in honest dittrcas, which served better
than acting it for his purpose, and letting it
first tako effect, put on tho roguery required,
and when every cyo was blazing on him, and
every heart standing still with expectation, ho
covered his fuce with both hands, leaving an
out-look for hia eyes between the fingers, and
in a tono of exquisitivcly dono-up mock cm
barrattmeut, cried out, "That's not a fair ques
tion to put to a man of my colob." Tom ia
doubtlcts at comely, morally and politically, as
the ourtains of Solomon ; but he is, neverthe
less, as black, complexionally, us the tents of
Kedar. The effect was immense, and tho im
pertinence of tho Democrat was drowned in the
explosion of applause.
"But what a difference there is between ex
ploding a joke in the woods and a bomb-shell
in the Sonate chambor 1 Tho last we heard of
him, after that volcanie eruption, was that he
ran away to escape from the fulling fragment.
Wo hope he is not hurt, for there isn't a better
agitator alive. From painting rainbowa to
ladling out lava, for mixing logio and laughter,
fun and philosophy, with effect, ho has scaroely
a match in the Union, however bounded. Ah,
Prince John, and Governor Tom, we oould
better have spared better men, for we had plenty
of thorn, and yon shan't want an epitaph while
words of ours may do you a grace."
Tus Eba, beides being spicy above its wont
under Da. Elder, takes soma new positions, as
tha following t
Slavery has no foundation In nature, and
it tarritt nothing of tht obligation of contract
betiottn tht partial with it. It is virtually a
state of war between master and slave, however
disguised; and every disturbanoe that arises in its
operation, simply remits the one to bis primitive
right of conquest, and tha other to hia natural
right of self-defence. 'Tha Christiana case
turns it inside out, just as tha conclusion exhib
its tha premises fully developed. There is no
truth in it, in root or branch I its fruit is never
rips till it it rotten, and a wholesome twig can
not be grafted on its Upas store ."
It proposes to name Protestor Stowa's plan
for starving out slavery by hiring Chinese at 6d.
per day, the sue-slavcry movement." We
like the christening-
Female Orators. Mra. Bloomer, Mi
Emily Clark, and Mra. Vaughn were adver
tised to deliver addressee at different places
in New York on the 4th inst.
The Women or Wisconsin held State
Temperance Convention at Lake Mills, on
the 8th of Juno, which resulted in tha forma
tion of a Slate Temperance Society of Wo
men. In the Resolutions, they u give notice
to the Law makers that the womtn art erming
with the demand fur a prohibitory law,"
that they will give no peace till they obtain
it, and auggest that a iptedy compliance will
make the surrender mure gnnceful.
A New Lecturer in the Fkld. Mrs. Abby
H. Price it advertised to lecture In Massachus
etts. She ia the agent of the Worcester Co.
For the Bugle.
The Chase—A Dream.
As lono I sat ono wintry night, and liatcned to
That with a dull, continuous sound, pattered
upon the pane,
Gazing upon the cheerful fire that glowed with
I fell into a muting mood, and than into a dream.
Methnught it waa a Sabbath morn, and in a
I stood and watched the gathering throng, who
met for praito and prayer
Up tha broad aitlcs they gaily swept, in silks
and tntins dros't,
In broadcloths fine, with jowols rare, (for each
one wore his best)
But at I gaxed there came a man with slow and
Bearing on his brow tha stain of Afrio's injured
As seeking for the " Nogro pew, " ha meekly
I sighed to see each glance In scorn, upon him
Just then a carriage gaily grand, drew up be
fore tho door,
With trappings brilliant as tha sun and sable
And from it stepped a gentleman with such a
And such a blare of jewelry it mado the people
O then there was a generous strifo who should
most eordial be,
The ladies' kind admiring look you would have
smiled to see
As up the aisle the stranger pattod the doors of
Wido open at his near approach, aa if by magic
The preacher was a worthy man; his w hiskers
were in trim,
The ring upon his snowy hand was neither
poor or dim ;
He wore the finest broadcloth coat, with linen
fine and fair,
How brilliantly his gold watch shone, how glos
sy was his hair.
And then how fervenCy he prayed for those who
Salvations free and joyful news, and then he
thanked the Lord
For living in this Christian land of Ootpcl light,
The reverend preacher ended.all the pcoplo cried
Then opened he the sacred book, and read of
him who died,
The meek, the just the holy one, for sinners cru
cified Who wandered homeless and forlorn on Gali
lee's far shore ;
The comforter of those who mourned the broth
er of the poor.
'Twas thus he read in solemn tones when sud
denly a shout,
Mingled with the bayings of a hound and cur
ses from without,
And rushing In with eager hasto and eyes that
glowed like flame,
Three fierce, rude men, and close behind, their
blood-hound allies came.
Out spoke tbclr leador, "Worthy priest we mutt
your pardon crave,
For coming in such earnest haste, to scok a
missing slave J
We know it is a Sabbath day.but 'tis a righteous
And every good and pious man will help sustain
"Tho Constitution," quoth the priest, "dear
friends, mutt be defended,
Else, as great Daniel bath fbretold, the Union
will be ended
You've been to church until you all your duty
Beloved flock obey tha laws and let tha chat'
But while he speaks the fugitive from out tha
And on tha pavement quick below,his bounding
Swift aa the stag before tha hounds, away, away
While in pursuit of that poor wretch upstarted
'Twas then upon mine ear a sound of fiendish
And turning where the stranger tat, behold the
With cloven foot (no more concealed,) and fear
ful talont too,
Clad In a sable suit of mail, with shield of fiery
" You're right, " he cried in jeering tones, " yon
bare my approbation,
Most pious priest, and people of this free and
Your honored loader 1 will be, but ere you Join
I'll give you forms that shill befit so glorious a
Then with a grin he seized his wsnd, and slow
ly waved it, when
Lo 1 four legged hounds that bay'd for blood in
place of well-dressed men 1
Then out they sprang, and over hill and dale
they swiftly aped
Upon tho flying bondman's track, Apollyon at
But aa with shouts that chilled my blood they
ncarcd their panting prize
Mothought I saw an angel band descending
from tho skies
To seizo the hunted wanderer I ssw them low
Then bear him swiftly from tho reach of blood
hounds and foul fiend.
But not to those imbruted eyes was that blest
vision given j
They might not see that ranaomcd soul ascend
ing into Heaven,
But still with nover-ccasing yells, onward they
Condemned by futo forovcrmore a phantom to
But aa I gazed, in wonder loat, I heard the
clotk'a loud ttroko,
Tolling tho " mngic midnight hour, " and sud
denly I woke
The dying flames upon the hearth a fitful radi
And, pondering on this vision strange, I sought
my silent bed. C. L. M.
Receipts the Bugle for the week ending
Martha Picken, Kiikvillc, $1,00-415
Simon Meredith, Berlin, 50-4'24
Dr. Jesse lluiley, Ihirnesville, 2,00-44'i
John Adnmsnn, Columbiuna, 5,00-514
Jesse A. Woods " 3,75-40.
George Brockway, Jamestown, 1,50-41(1
John Sneers, Deerfield, 2,00 4:12
E. Hnailley, North Benton, 1,50-45(1
Snm'l Tnomey, Deardorfli Mills, U I 405
Dr. II. Frnase, " 1,7(5 4(K)
Ridgeway Haines, Alliance, 2,50 M'.fJ
Benjamin Gilbert, May, 1,50-435
Treasurer's Report for June.
Cornelius Whitacre, (5,00
Joshua Whitacre, 2,50
Harlow Post, 8,00
Alnnson Mriggs, 7,00
B. Bidlake, 2,00
J. McMILLAN, Treasurer.
FOR SALE. Dr. K. G. Thomas offers
for sale bis dwelling in Marlboro', Stark Co.
An excellent location for a physician.
Private Itlcdlcnl Institute.
THU subscriber would respectfully an
nounce tlint this Institution will commence
its next lei in with still greater advantages
than ever before offered, oil Monday, the U.I
of October next.
The design ia as heretofore, to render the
course of stiuiy useful, attractive, interesting
and practical; to this end ho will endeavor
to illustrate and as faros possible duinotistratu
Students desirous of availing themselves
nf n thorough course of instruction, will here
find the requisites for speedily acquiring a
knowledge of the science in all ita branched,
Among the menus at command for demon
strating inuy be found a fine
FRENCH OBSTETRICAL MANIKIN,
Skeletons, wet and dried preparations, Lirr.
Sized und hundreds of other Annttimieal
riutes. A collection of most approved col
ored phitea illustrative of Medical Botany
and Pat no loo v. A well selected Modern
Library with numerous illustrations, contain
ing works on all the various branches, nnd a
splendid na well aa nn extensive CABINET
nf CASTS, purchased lit great expense,
though surpassing far any thing nf a like
character in the Stale, if nut in tho Country,
to lie found in possession of any privato
Phyticiun or Institution. Altogether afford
ing nn opportunity of no ordinary character
tor uenllemen and I.nuiea lor acquiring n
thorough Practical knowledge of Anatomy
and Phvsioloov or the Science nf Medicine.
Anil to make the course still more useful
and attractive, haa just effected an arrange
ment with Mr. ALrar.n Holrrook, whose
teaching talent ia of tha highest order, lo
teach the elemen's of Philosophy and
Chemistry, by which the clasa may hnvo
access to Ins extensive and splendid appara
tus, one of the best in the Suite.
In nil the above course, important assist
ance will be afl'ord-d and a geuerul oversight
nf ihe Ladies' Department rendered by Mrs.
E. L. Thomas.
No applicnnt will be received on any other
terms tnnii ny the beat medical Schools, In
point of nltaiiimente and moral character.
TERMS of studies witli daily recitation,
for a full course ia three years, including two
courses of Lectures. Tlint for Aiiniomy,
rnysiology and Hygiene, six months, prepar
atory to lecturing. Students to tho luitor
furnishing their own text books.
Tuition one hundred dollars for the first,
thirty dollars for the second course.
Good and convenient boarding can he pro
cured at 91,12 to $1,50 per week. Thus is
combined cheapneea with rare and extensive
opportunities for knowledge, making this a
place aoubly desirable aa il nt once places it
within the means of almost all.
Further information nnd satisfactory ref
erence given by addressing the atibscriber.
K. O. THOMAS, M. I).
Marlboro', July 1, 1853.
MARLBORO UNION SCHOOL.
THE Fall Session will commence on the 15th
of August, and continue Eleven weeks. The
following paragraphs aro extracted from the
address of the Students at tha last session of
the Normal Class i
"The congregation of a Inrge number of
individuals under rather adventitious cir
ciimslnnrcs, but having n romuion object in
view, has been followed by n steadily in
creasing degree of harmony and good feel
ing, commensurate only with tho rapidity of
their improvement. Among the peculiar
influences which have operated to bring
olmut so great success in so short n period
of time, the energy, zeal nnd iiilnn-sl of the
iiihnhitnnta stands most conspicuous. They
nave permuted a lax lo lie levied, the current
year, of fourteen mills on the dollar, mi nil
the property in the district, over and tibnve
Ihe KlnlH tax, for educational purpose, nnd
when this fund was found itiNiitlii-iciit, indi
viduals havo voluntarily subscrilicd consid
erable amount. In ell the records of edu
cation there has never been instniiccd a town
or villngo where the cinis i of improvement
hns been us liberally sustained us in tins
" Co-impnrtnnt with this, is the high stand
ing of the Principal, an individual posnes-
nig in on eminent degree that rare eomlii
liuiion of talents which has procured fur him
hero, na elsewhere, the unbuunded emifiileneo
and highest respect of ull within his influ
ence. "Next in importance in thn Irnin of cir
cumstances nhich hnvo so powerfully ope
rated to advance the interests of this panic,
tilar prhnol, may Im ranked tlui peculiar,
imily licnl, demonstrative, thorough nud prac
tical methods of teaching which are adopted.
Without going into a lengthy iliFocrtalinu on
its advantages over oilier modes, or detailing
Ihe ieculiurilies of the system itself, suffice
it to say Ihnt there are renl distinguishing
traits nnd manifest ndvniitages over any other
modn within our knowledge, nnd o just and
noequaiu men oi us superiority can only lie
obtained by n visit lo ihe school itself.
"Ill its facilities lor illmtralion, ihn Marl
boro Union School can safely challenge com
parison Willi ni:y in Hie Slate possessing thn
most modern and improved forms of Philos
ophical, Astronomical, Chemical nnd Ana
tomical apparatus. Purchased nt an expense
of $1,000, it is superior to any in Ihe State,
with ihe exception of that in three or lour
"The pood feeling nf tho student, hard
and laborious study, nnd tho plan for the
self-government of" thn school, hnvo been
fostered and sustained by the publication of
two daily papers) one by tho nuilo the oilier
by the lemalo department. These papers
being edited und rend each morning nt the
commencement of the exercises, by the stu
dents consecutively, and having a portion
uuvnteu in mo exercises ol Hit) preceediug
day, have been found to exeit the most salu
tary influence, not only in llio moral govern
ment, nut in securing a prompt attendance
and unusual application to study. They have
likewise, in turn, developed tulenta nud re
sources in persons wlio might otherwise have
remained ignorant of lliuir possession.
" Two evenings of enelt werk have been
appropriated to llio cultivation of Literary
tnleiiis ihroueh the medium of an F.lociitiou
class nnd a Lyceum, each of which hns
proved to he an ubundunt aonrcu of nrofit
" 1 he interest of the present term bus
likewise been enhanced hy the Normal Class.
comprising many old and experienced tench-
" Notwithstanding the press of studies nnd
other duties, sufficient tune has been f mud
to make the superior advantages of tho older
portion available, to t'toso less fortunate, hv
several experience meetings, in which llio
(inject of school enverument ha been ono
of the highest interest, nnd many circum
stances incident to the teacher s prod ssion
related, which should properly come liffi.ro
the public, us serving lo show the rapid
progress ol the cause ol education. Tho
daily exercises of tho Normal Class have
consisted in part nf demonstrations of the
various rules and Inst principles ol tha vnri-
otis sciences, nud lectures on school regula
tions, arrangement ot classes, etc.
In addition to the apparatus mentioned above,
tho uso of a French Dissecting Manikin, at an
expento of $300, hot been secured for the
TERMS Common Branches, . . gl 00
Natural Philosophy, Physiology, First Les
sons in Algebra and Book-Keeping, each 60
conts extra. Olhor Brunches, 01,00 extra.
In no case will tho tuition exceed 3,00.
Board can bo obtained from $1,25 to $1,50
per week. Oood rooms for irlf-boardiny, can
bo hired at moderate rent by this method, tho
expento of board can be reduced oro hnlf or
By a vote of tho Directors, 3,00 will be re
quired in advance, which will bo refunded in
cato of sickness.
X1T Any further information can be had by
applying to A. HOLBROOK, Principal, or to
cither of tho undersigned members of tho Hoard
JAMES L. I.YNDE, MARTIN ANDERSON,
T. W. LEEK, EDWARD IIKOOK,
AMOS WALTON, LEWIS MORU AN.
Marlboro, July 0th, 1833.
OH io and Trunsylvunia Ruil Ruud.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
6,00 A. M.
7,30 " '
12,25 P. M.
TRAINS GOING EAST,
7.00 A. M.
1,30 P. M.
SALE!! UNION SCHOOL.
The first term of this school will commenoe
August 8th, 1863. ani continue eleven weeks.
V,,e.'r',ccyrf Mr- Markhsm snd Mr. Wna.
McCIam have been secured, and a reinWitenuov.
bcr of competent assistante will be employed.
Tho School is furnished with a set ot good
School Apnrntu., Cabinet of Geological ftpasi.
mens, Outline Maps, Anatomical Plates, ko.
A Normal Class will be formed for the aa
cntnmoilation of thoie who wish to prepare
themselves for the profession of teaching.
Durina the term a course nf lectures will be
delivered on Anatomy and Physiology, illustrat
ed by a superior French Manikin and Skeleton.
In addition to the other branches usually
taught in thn best Union Schools, a regular
I'ommeiicml Dr.r-AHrxxNT in w hiuh tha Set
of Aicjitnit shall be thoroughly taught, will be
connected with tho Kcr.nol.
Hoard and Riomt can bo had on reasonable
For full Circutnr or Particulars address en
nf tho aucscribora.
John I Isms,
Board of Lducttit.
Salem, Col. Co., O.
PENS MEDICAL COLLEGE.
THE Fall Sewlon for Females in this Insti
tution commences SeptemlierUt.and the Spring
Session for Mules on March 1st. of ea;h Teas.
Epial privileges sre cnioyed by both. The
(which cinsisls of oi(tht Professorship") ara
lihrral atul pro'rrtnirt. Professors' Fec$')0,00.
For friai'c particular; or anHOHiictnwnM, ad
dress tho Dean.
AHUM. LIYEZKY, M. D.
329 N. 12th, St., Below Orcen,
Juno 8, 1303. I'hiludilphim.
& Carpenter's rremium
IS now completed, and ready for reception.
Wo have gono to considerable expense in fitting
up, to operate with advantage, nnd with refer
ence to tho comfort and convenience of those
who may favor us with a rail ; in abort, wa ara
permanently located. Our Rooma are in the
AMERICAN HOUSE, SALEM, O.
Call and ace us. You will find our roccptiot)
rooms neat and comfortable.
Csn be surpassed no where in the State. Ou
CAMERA, is a powerful quick-worker. We
warrant our work. .Likenesses or all aces, ta
ken liiklikr, ok no charobII Our prices
ratine from 10 cents, to 20 dollars. l'st expe
rience, and present advantages, enable ua to
tako (jooil LiHrnniet, at trry rcaianablt Itattt.
Being, also, posted in all tho recent improve
ments of tho art, our timo and entire attention
ahull be to render full aatisfactinn. Sick or
deceased persons taken at their rooms. Out
motto, is EXCELSIOR.
N. B. Ptrsnns wishing Pictures taken os !
Galvanized Plates, can do so without extra
I'ih Rooms open from 6 o'clock, A. M., tin.
til 0 P. M. Juno 1st, 1853.
Th Watkh-Ccrc Journal. A New
Volume. Now ia the time to subscribe. ,
Published monthly, in a beautiful quarto.
Illustrated with engravings, exhibiting the
Structure, Aiintomy, and Physiology of the '
Human Hod), with familiar instructions to),
learner. It is emphatically a Journal oi ,
llciilih, designed lo be a complete Family
Guide in all diseases.
T: Rms Only One Dollar n Year, in ad .
vnuce. Address, post-puid, Fowlers lho
Wells, No. 131 Nassau Street, New York.
The Water Cure Journal holds a high
rank in the science of health ; nlwxya ready,
straightforward nnd plain-spoken, it unfolds
Ihe laws uf our physical nature without any
pretentions tu ilie. technicalities of science,
but in n form n attractive und refreshing aa
the spnrklinir element of which it treuts."
Aeie York Tribune.
Tnr. Illustrated American Phrenolo
icai. Jourmai. Devoted to Plirenulogy,
rbysiology, Mi chnnisin, Education, Agricul.
lure, the Natural Sciences, anil General iu
telligruee, profusely illustrated with Engrsv
iugs. Every family, und especially nil young
men nnd women, should hnve a copy. pub.
lished monthly ut Ono Dollar a year. All
letters tliould bo post-puid, ami directed la
FowLEna ahv Wells,
Clinton Hall, No. I'll Nassnu-st., New York
Young men about launching forth upon
the activities of hie, mid anxious to start
rivdii, mid understand their course, will find
this JoinfAi. n friend und monitor, lo en
cnoragu tliein in virtue, shield them from
vice, nud to prepnrn idem for usefulness and
success in lilis The various occupations will
he discussed in llio light of Phrenology anil
Physiology, so that every one may know iu
what pursuit he would be moat likely to aue
Female Jln'.irul College of rtnimylvinifu
FOl'KTIl ANNUAL SESSION.
The next Course of Lectures in this Instl
tiitiou will commence on Saturday, October
1st, 185.1, and continue five monMj (21 we
clucing on tho V.ltli of February, 1854.
David J. Juhnton, M. D., Professor of Chain
is try nuil Toxicology.
Elhcood Unrvri, ,f. ., Professor of the Prin
riples nud Practice of Medicine.
llilbtrn Darlington, .W. D., Prolessor of 8ur
ffiii I'rttlon, M. D., Professor of Physiology, 1
Liliein Futttll, .. D., Professor of Anntomy,
Murk O. Ktrr, M. D., Professor of Materia
Medica nud General Therapeutics.
Martha 11. M norij, M. ., Prolessor of Obste
trics and Diseases of Women and Children.
Jllmira L. fWcr, M. V., Demonstrator ef
Anntomy and Chemistry.
Persons wishing further information aa 19
terms, rcgtilulioiia,4te.,ordeairouaof reisir
tho Announcement, will please apply, per-'
sonullv or by letter, to the Demi of ihe FV .
ttltr MVID J. JOHNSO'f, M. t.
Arch Street, IVi'.lH