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Is this Civilization?
It i not often that we occupy our column,
Ten to announce any of the numerous legal
homicide which ro constantly occurring. But
the following account of the execution of a
, poor witlcM man, in Hackenssck, N. J., if to
revolting, that wo record it aahlow against tha
horid " institution" of tha gallows. II was
condensed for taking tha lives of two children,
for whom, it was in evidence, he entertained
strong affection, and over whom he had exer
cised a careful attention.
An immense crowd witnessed tho execution
some women having walked as much as ten
' miles fur tho purpose. Tha speculators occu.
pied themselves during the day in drinking,
carousing and flglting.
From the N. Y. Tribune.
INTERVIEW WITH THE PRISONER.
Arriving at Hackensack late on Wednesday,
our reporter passed the greater portion of the
Tcning.in the cell of thecondemcd man. An
hour with doomed man an hour with ono
who haa for tho last time accn the setting of
the sun, and la counting tho departure of hia
few houra as they fly away swiftly I with one
man who la to die in full health by the violence
of the law whoso eyes aro already glassy,
whose voice is low and husky a he uttera his
words of anguish la an hour of painful sym
pathy, tho procurer of sad thoughts and trou
bled dreama. The criminal was lying on a
comfortable bed in oKirge and cleanly kept cell,
Into which the frcsn air was admitted through
the open grated windowa. In front of the bed
was a small, rough, pine table, on which a lamp
was burning. A stone water-pitcher, bowl,
ptate upon which was part oi a cracker, and
a pipe, were there ; a Testament, from which
portions of the Scriptures had been read to him
by his spiritual advisers. The prisoner was
raised upon his left olbow, and gesturing mod
erately with his right hand all the while, talked
constantly in a low, moaning, husky voice.
"We found one person talking with him on
religious subjects. His conversation was mostly
in repetition a, 'I had good friends about me
here, yes, yes, yes ; I had good friends about
me, yes, yes ; yes, yes tho blcssin' ot tha
Lord be upon ye, yes, yes j I'll bless ye here
to-morrow, when I go out of this world yes,
yes : I'll leave this world to-morrow i I'll leave
this world to-morrow ; I'll leave this world and
go up to Heaven to-morrow.' Then raising his
hand and turning hia eyes upward he would
exclaim, 'Tho Lord be merciful to my guilty
soul to-morrow j' then lowering his hand and
pressing it upon his heart, he would raise it and
repeat tho aamo petition, lie was asked if he
would forgivo Tim,' the father of tho children.
He said ' yes, and every body that ever did him
harm He was asked if he could shako handa
with ' Tim,' and ' Tim'a' wife. He replied 'Yes,
and forgive them, and give them the blcssin of
the Lord.' In answer to somo questions he
afterwards repeated the circumaUnce of the
murder and tho transactions which he aaid lod
him to it Ho said 'Tim had $100 of his
money, and he wanted to get it to go away, and
Tim' would not give it to him. Ho said that
Tim's' wife proposed in his presence to take
away a sum of money which he had in his
pocket; but O'Brien's brothcr.who was present,
told them nut to do that. Tho prisoner said if
they had undertaken this he would have resist
ed them ( and ho believes ihey would have
murdered him. This and tho lopa of his money,
he said, so operated upon his mind that he
wished he was dead, and did not know what he
was about. In this state of mind, being alone
during the next day, whilo O'Urien waa at
work at a neighbor's, a milo distant, and Mrs.
O'Dricr. was in New York, ho determined to
kill himself. IIo took his pocket knife and cut
his thr.mt, but did not do it in such a manner
as to destroy h is life. IIo says that ho was very
fond of the cliildren.and would not have hnrmcd
them, but when ho was covered with blood
from his throat, nnd in a frenzy of passion.they
camo in hia way. He murdered tho little girl
in the house, and the little boy in tho bushos.
After repeating the circumstances of the affair,
he laiU all the lilmo upon Tim and his wife, aa
having, hy their conduct toward him, led him
into his trouble. He said, Tim sworo black
and bluo on tho trial.' Ho then concluded that
he would nut be willing to see Tim and his
wife and slink o hands with them. He forgave
them, and hoped they would forgive him, but
he did not wish to sco them. IIo frequently
expressod his thanks to his former keeper, Mr.
Samuel Dawson, and to tho present one, Mr.
Vm. Van Saun, and said, Ye have been good
friends to me here, and to-morrow I'll give ye
the blessings of the Lord, I'll give ye all tho
blessings of the Lord. Yes, yes, yes ; tho
blessing of tho Lord bo upon ye to morrow.'
At about 10 o'clock he was left alone, except
Mr. Dawson, who remained with him during
the night. At a lato hour Cating fell aslcop and
rested well until sunrise, at which time Mr.
Dawson left him. At 6 1-2 o'clock tho Jailor
took him some bcakfust, and found tho prisoner
"The gallows had been erected at the west end
of the Conrt-Ilouse in the jail yard, and in full
Vlow of those who might occupy the green in
front of the Court-IIouso, or the houses about
it. The instrument of death consisted of a
frame 1 1 feet high above a platform and 8 feet
in length. The platform was 8 feet squaro and
4 feut high from the ground, and accessible by
atop in the rear. It was built of oak, wa
urongly braced, furnished with pulllcs, and a
weight of 190 lbs., which foil in a box case that
allowed it to fall below the surface of the ground.
The weight of Cating waa about 115 lbs., so
that tha weight attached to the rope waa ample.
During the morning a number of ohildren were
bout the gallows inspecting its construction
and trying the rope about each other necks,
Sheriff Torhune read the death warrant to
Cating on Wednesday, but it did not soem to
Act bim unusually. He stated that be was
, formerly a Catholic, but for twenty years past
j had been a Frotestant and did not want any
' Roman Catholic priest to attend him.
I "At about 8 o'clock Rev. Mr. Warner, of the
' Reformed Dutch Church, who ha principally
( attended upon Cating, and Rev. Mr. Amerman,
' of the Reformed Church, who has also visited
j Cating Rev, Mr. Adams, of thoM. E. Church,
! came Into the culprit's cell to converse with him
' 1 I 1
iiu iibtw ruiigiuun cAcrcifti.. vaung was uiucn
agitated and his fortitude had evidently failed
him considerably. He sat up in a chair and
was constantly clasping his hands, frequently
repeating to thoso around him, especially the
clergy and jailers, 1 Leaving this world j leaving
this world J yce j yes ; yes j a thousand bless
ings on you leaving this world, &c.' Mr.
Warner read the 6 1st Psalm. After some little
further conversation with him, the hymn com
mencing as follows, was sung t
There Is a fountain filled wl'h blood,
Drawn from Emanuel's veins ;
And sinners plunged beneath that flood.
Lose all their guilty atains.
" Prayer was offored by the Rev. Mr. Adams,
during which the culprit kneeled and clasped
his hands. Thero ws further singing and
praycr,and the prisoner was urged to repentance
and to the exercise of faith in the Saviour.
Tho prisoner gave no very promisimg evidence
of a change of heart ; but he manifested inex
pressible anxiety for hi future welfare. He
maintained to tho last not to shako hands with
O'Brien and his wife, and it waa thought best
not to go contrary to his wishes in this respect.
' While these exercise wero going on with
in tho cell of the doomed, preparations wero
progressing without. Fifteen or twenty con
stables collected in and about the Court-House,
with their bsdgcs and stave of office, to assist
the Sheriff in keeping order. At 10 1-2 o'clock
tho Independent High wood Guard, Captain
Hatfield, muttering 30 men, arrived in stages,
from Hobokcn. When Cating heard tho drum
it atartlcd him, he raised his eyes and moved
his lips in prayer. At 1 1 o'clock tho doomed man
wss attired for tho execution, His dress con
sisted a whi'e surtout with a broad collar,
and white pants trimmed with black ribbons,
tied in a bow at his neck, waist, wrist and
ankles his lips moving silcnty as hi eyes
glanced quickly about upon thoso around him.
' Shcriif Oiscr, Deputy Sheriff Simpson and
Assistant Murthall Horton were present, and
inspected the preparations of death. At 11 1-2
o'clock, Sheriff Tcrhaune, wearing the chapcau
and aword, entered the cell and said, 1 Tho time
hascomc,Dilly,foryon to go into tho presence of
the Lord.' Much agitated, the prisoner arose
and hia arms were pinioned, and the black cap
waa placed upon hia head. The Deputy after
wards remarked that when he placed the cap
upon hia head, his hand rested upon the culprit's
shoulder and hia flesh wa quivering upon his
framo. The procossion then formed and march
ed through the yard to-the gallows in the fol
lowing order i The ShoruT, the Clergy, the
Deputics,and the culprit supported by ex-kcepcr
Dawson and the present keeper, Mr. Van Saun
Tho fences and building in tho neighborhood
wero covered with people, besido the hundreds
on tho green, snd a the prisoner appeal ed there
was a murmur through the multitudo. The
prisoner ascended the platform with rather a
firm atep, although almost numb with fiar.
Prayer was offered in a solemn and impressive
manner by Rev. Mr. Warner. The prisoner
said nothing. Thoso around him shook hands
with him, the black cap was drawn over his
head ; the spectators near the gnllow recoiled
from it ) the Sheriff drew his sword at 11 3-4
o'clock, at the signal, tho cord wa out, and
instantly tho culprit's body was swinging to and
fro in tho view of the assemblage. As tho
body wa jerked up, piercing shrieks from fo
male spectators rent tho air. The body hung
fur half an hour, and when it was cut down the
countensnce looked natural, not being discolor
ed. It was placed in a neat coffin for interment
on tho County farm, whero the paupers are
The Tribim appends the following account
of execution which occured In the same county
a long time ago. We dolt t see that the murder
of poor imbecile Cating, says much for the
doctrino of Human progress.
Cating is tho first white man ever executed
in Bergen County. Three colored persons have
suffered the punishment of death as follows :
On the 30th of April, 1811, Harry Sisco, (free
colored person,) culled Harry Pickcoon,' aged
about 20 years, was hung for participating with
Harry Moore, known aa 'Harry Cudgo,' in the
murder of Alfcrd Meyers, in the English neigh
borhood. "About forty year ago two (laves, named
' Ned" and ' Paro,' wero found guilty of robbing
a house snd committing murder at Pompton,
then in Bergen County, now Passaic. They
were sentenced to receive three hundred lashes
each, at different place in tho County, and to
be imprisoned in the Stato Prison ten years
each. Ned' endured his lashes and imprison
ment, but Faro' roceived his first one hundred
lashes, wont back to jail, and died.
"About fifty years gn a slave named 'Clop,'
wa hung at Red Hill, about two milo west of
the Court-House, for killing another colored
man in a lit of jealousy.
"About one hundred years ago, a slave named
Som' killed a whito man by running a wollen
wheel spindle into his ear. It occurred in
Washington Township, then Harrington Town
ship. Som' was burned at tho stako for that
Gbaham fob August, i splendidly illustrated
by Sartain's skill, In " Household Treasures,"
and instructively so, by a continuation of the
Wsi. H. BoatxioH. The friends of Tempor
ance in Pennsylvania have engaged tho service
of WilliamH.Burleigh, who is very successfully
eanvassing the western part of the State in be
half of tb Maine Law.
Gerrit Smith in Congress.
Frederick Dougtaas, .who ha recently paid
a visit to Oerrit Smith, at Petorboro, found him
nearly recovered from his late Illness. He
write of htm and hi future, as follow t
There 1 a peculiar charm about that Peter
boro cottage. The smile of Heaven are there.
I expected to find Mr. 8mith les vigorous in
health thin I found him, in view of his late
indisposition. He is now able to bo about, and
this week attonds at Fu'.ton, the Christian Union
meeting. I found him cheerful, but thoughtful,
in view of the extraordinary circumstance snd
duties that await him at tho National Capital.
An arduous task is before him. He goes to
fill a post of difficulty and danger. Ho will bo
an apostle of liberty in the very stronghold of
slavery, and almost singlo-hsndcd, he will havo
to dispute the pass with the whole phalanx of
slavery' chosen mon, Paul at Athons, rebuk
ing idolatry, did not stir up more malignant
feeling than will follow the preaching of the
pure anti-slavery gospel at Washington. Most
distinctly will Mr. Smith deny the legality of
slavoiy. Ho will strip the vile thing of alt
gospel, constitutional and legal eountonanco,
and will treat it aa it ought to be treated a
systom of violence and blood, no better than
piracy. Murder itself will got as much respect
from him as slavery ; for, to him, slavery is
murder. But Mr. Smith is not only an Aboli
tionist. Ho 1 a Land Reformer j and moro
till, ho is now, as he ever has been, a believer
in an " every way righteous civil government,"
and is, thercforo, in conflict with this Govern
ment at many other points than its slavery.
He is at war with every species of class legis
lation, and will stand up for cteruul justice,
wherever and from whatover quarter it may bo
assailed. A mighty work is before him. Ho
is a Temperance man ; he goes among wine
bibbers. He is a Peaco man ( ho goes to min
gle with men of blood. He is a man of prayer;
he goes among blasphemers. Ho is an Aboli
tionist ; he goes to meet the traffickers in human
blood. He is a gentleman ; he goes to confront
ruffians. There will bo few with wham he will
have anything in common; and if, withal, ho
shall pass through this furnace, heated " seven
times hotter," and shall come out without tho
smell of lire upon him, it wilt only bo because
tho samo God reigns now, that cared for the
Hebrows. That he, like tho noble Hcbrows,
will refuse to acknowledge tho lower law of
slavery, is certain (hat lie will enrago the
worshippers of tho slave power, and bring upon
himself their fiery wrath, is certain ; but wheth
er it ahall be his to save his lifo, as woll a be
true to hi principles, is not certain. Slavery
may, in its msdncss, demand anothor sacrifice.
It may demand another Cuandall, Lo.vbjoy, or
Toubey, to appcaso it bloody wrath. But w
turn from tho horrid thought. Let thoni touch
a hair of his head,; let the assassin knife of
slavery be drawn upon him, and tho lifo of. a
alaveholdcr would not be worth a aikpenoe in
any Free State of the Union. Unseen hands,
moved by love-kindled vengeance, would lie in
wait for the murderers. Newport, Saratoga,
and Niagara Falls would become dangerous
plnccs. There would be white men and colored
men all over this North land, who would look
upon their live a worthloas, in a conntry
where tho people' chosen man fall by tho
assassin's steel. Let thein touch him I To do
so would bo tho climax of that madness which
precede destruction. But the thing will not
be dono. Uorrit Smith will be in CongTcss, a
at home; in Washington, a at Fctcrboro';
loved, respected, honored. Even men-stcalcrs
will acknowledge his superiority, and respect
in him thq principlo 'which they havo not the
virtuo themselves to carry out.
" Upon him will be centred the fixed atten
tion of the nation. He will carry a new clo
mont into Congress. Ho is a politician, without
policy ; a man of honor, without prids ; and
believes that man need not abandon tho char
acter of a Christian, becauso ho fill the office
of a Statesman. Let him go to his great work,
and tho prayers of millions will go with him."
LAcqutrs :.i Liveries. The European
correspondent of the Tribune, commenting
upon the instructions of Secretary Marcy, in
regard to the liveric of Foreign Ministers,
The circular of your Secretary of Suite,
ns lo the liveries unit uniforms ol llie Ainer
icnn Ambassadors, tins excited considerable)
merriment mining tho diplomatist. Ono of
aid: " If the I'tiiteil Stntes do not wind to
" be represented in Europe by lacquey they
" will not sucreed by abolishing their liviries
"-Ihey will remain lurqucyses illiout liveries.
" The United .Suites rnn reneli Ilieir aim much
" easier, viz: 6y sending men to Europe who
" are proud of being llepubticans."
Candida roa Lieutenant Governor.
Tho Cleveland Commercial, a wock or two
sincc,statod that a report was in circulation de
rogatory to Judge Bissel, theFreo Soil candidato
for Licutonant Govornor, as a consistent tern
peranco man, and a worthy representative of
temperance principles. The charge was thst
Judge Bissel 44 is the standing counsel for a
number of liquor seller in Lako County, who
have been prosecuted and convicted, and that
he induced them to appeal to a highor court
by assuring them that he could cloor them.'
The Editor of the Commercial is an earnest,
Froe Soil Temperance man, and we presume
ask for an explanation of this matttor, because
he wishes to vote for man who will represent
both these principles. No notice ha yet been
taken of it as we havo seen.
Nswa. The following piece of news does
eredit to Yankee invention i
OnJDit That Fred. Douglas is about to
assume the editorial ohair of The Boston Com-
f.L WiK -- tfr I. mmA M:i . ,1 .1 i, -
ed with The Liberator.- Sii y The Lowell
DIED, at Teoumsoh, Mich., July 2d, 1863,
of consumption, Harriet A. Hall, daughter of
John F. and Sarah Hall, aged 17 year and 8
No murky cloud of a dusty theology, dimmed
her vision of the futuro but, with her mind
free from those bigoted, sectarian principles,
which form such an important part of the relig
ion of those, who pretend to be followers of Je
sus she looked forward to the limp, with joy,
when she should mingle with the bright happy
spirits of hor futuro home, and enjoy a lifo of
bliss, eternal beyond the grave. She boro her
sufferings with that patience and fortitude which
is but rarely witnessed in one of her gp ; and
as she passed away, a countenance so serene and
sweet waa hers, that it seemed an angel of the
upper spheres might covet. She wanted no
place of eternal tortures, Into which she could
plunge them who believed not as sho bcliovcd ;
for In tho Book of Nature which is open to
all she had read, that to each Is assigned a
sphere of action, therefore sho had no right to
control the feelings of another; and on these
principles, sho feared not to trust her immortal
spirit, through tho unending age of a coming
futurity. .With the reform of tho present
time, she hnd taken a lively interest ; and tho
teachings of Henry C. Wright, found a place in
her heart, high abovo all others. On the side
of Liberty sho had taken hor stand, for she
hated Oppression in every form, whether ex
hibited in the unmasked features of African
slavery, or in the utter hypocrisy of the Amer
Jani Trainer's Mother. Lewis Tappan,
E. D. Culver, and Dr. Pennington, call for a
contribution of seven hundred dollars to pur
chsso tho mother of Jsno Trainer. George F.
Kelly, of Mobile, the pirate, who claims to be
her owner, fixes this as tho prico of hor ransom.
Ho testifies that sho is a " good woman," and
that her husband " is an honest man and a good
Christian." Who will contribute to buy "a
gooil tcoman," that sho may have tho privilego
of living with her husband, who is "an haunt
man and good Christian." Those, thon, by tho
testimony of slaveholders themselves, are tho
kird of people they buy and soil, and the chil
dren of such Ihey commit to tho keeping of
Harlots to bo reared for prostitution.
Can't tho Obcrlin Evangelist and Christian
Press, unite with us for tho suppression or this
more than Diabolical wickedness, cvon if wo
should prove to be unovangolical, and not to
believe the Bible as they do t
Meetings for Mr. Pillsbury.
We ore glad to state thnt Mr. Pillsburt
wilt spend two weeks previous lo the Anni
versary, north ond north-east of us. On
Sunday, the Hlk of August, lie will hold a
meeting either at Lintsvitle or Conneaultille,
Crawford County, Pu., ns mny he thought
best. Will our friend Isaac Krooks, consult
with the friend iu those pluces ami make
tho appointment accordingly. Other appoint
ments will ho hereafter made.
Some ten days since, Paul Pegnct, Esq., of
Louisville, who was traveling East, ami by
(brcn of circumstances had been compelled
lo stop over night at Cincinnati, had n valu
able servant girl stolen from him hy the
abolitionists of thnt burg. Tho girl was val
ued at $1,000 or $1,500, anil we understand
thnt the Southern gentleman has instituted
suit ntniiiiit tho boat on whieli he was n
passenger at tho time, for the full vuluo of
the slave. We hope ho tuny gel it.
We copy the above from I lie Louisvillo
Courier, of Friday. It strikes us ns a very
cool proceeding in Mr Pegni'l, to bring "suit
ngniiist tho boot on which ho was a passen
ger ut the time, for the full value of the slave."
We wero not before uware thut steamboats
beenmo responsible for such property, when
the so-called master himself look it aboard,
and even when landed in port; supposed it
was his duty, not that of the captain to piny
watch-dog. Uut hit the lush be laid hard us
possible on tho Southern serls. It will do
litem good. Dispatch.
Receipts The Bugle for the week ending
Edmund Smith, Salem, $1,50-388
Robert Colier, " 1,50-458
Mary Walton, Minerva, l,'i-45:i
Z. Johnson, Ml. Union, 1,41-408
J. D. C'opelaml, Columbians, 1,00-418
Eliphalet Jones, Adrian, l,7'J-4'5
Epliriiiin Itomnns, I'leileriektown, !),00-3Dl
Female Medical College of Pennsylvania.
FOL'RTIl ANNUAL SESSION.
The next Con r so of Lectures in this Insti
tution will commence on Saturday, October
1st, 185!), nnd conlinun five months 'il weo
closing oil the '2Mi of February, 1851,
David J. Johnson, M. D., Professor of Chem
istry and Toxicology.
Ellwood Harvey, M. D., Professor of the Prin
ciples anil Practice ol Medicine.
Hilliern Darlington, M. D., Professor of Sur
eery. Ami Preston, M. D., Professor of Physiology.
tawm r ussell, ,1. II., 1'rolessor ol Anatomy.
Murk G. Kerr, .M. D., Professor of Alutena
Mudeia and General 1 hnrnpeutic.
Martha II. Mown, M. D., Prolessorof Obste
trics and Diseases of Women and Children,
Almira L. Fowler, M. D., Demonstrator ef
Anatomy and Chemistry.
Persons wishing further information asto
terms, regulations, &c, or desirous of rets;
the Announcement, will please apply, p r
soiiollv or hy lettnr, lo the Dean of the r".
ultj DAVID J. JOHN SOX, M. Vif
SB!) Arch Street, 'JsJ
FOR SALE. Dr. K. O. Thomas oflurs
for aale hi dwelling in Marlboro'. Stark Co.
An excellent location for physicim.
Ohio and Pennsylvania Rail Road.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Leave Mail Train. Erpreu Train.
Pittsburgh, ' 9,00 A. M. 6,00 A. M.
New Brighton, 10,5 ' 6,50 "
Columbiana, 1 1,30 '
Salem, 12,00 " 8,30 "
Alliance, ,nj P.M. 0,1.1 "
Massillnn, 2,20 " 10,13 "
Mansfield, 8.50 " 1,00 P. M.
TRAINS GOING EAST.
I,eave Unit Train. I lirprtte Train
Crestline, 7.00 A. M. 1,30 P. M.
Mansfield, 7,45 " 2,01 "
Masillon, 11,11 ' r.iH ' .
Alliance, 1,00 P. M. 6.00
8olem, 1.4.1 " 6,30 '
Enon, 2,55 "
New Brighton, 3,41 8,05 "
Pittsburgh, ,00 " 0,00 "
These trains connect with thoso running to
Cleveland, with the Cleveland k Columbus truin
at Crostlino and with those running to Bc.ton
Raymond k Co, find Van Amhnrzh k Co'i
The Public are particularly informed thnt
litis UNION consists of tho Hatmond & Co.
ami the well-known Van Avminnii &. Co's
MKN AGI'.llir.H, united for the present Sen
sou of 185:), ami is emphatically the only
entire Mennf.'erin now in America. This is
hy (iirlhe lamest Collection ever concentratec'
in ono Exhibition, cnnsihfiug of
Ovkr 150 I.i vi no Wild Ajiimai.s,
To hn exhibited under n fi"cicu Pavilion,
:i('0 feel in length by 100 feut ill breadth, roa
O.IE Phice or Admisssio.ii.
A DOl J1LH PU.UFOUMANCE
AT F.ACII EXHIBITION, IX
FOl'E I.TiaC.SE I'ECIUGHI.NG DEM!
Van Ambi roii in two of them, anil Mons.
Daniels in the other two, will exhibit at
S I LEU, AiiffiiM irtli, 133.
Door open from 1 P. M. to 4 P. M,, Ad
mission 25 cents. Children under 10, 15
The Cavalcndo will arrive in the Town on
the above morning about 10 o'clock, anil a
conflicting of the Carriages, Cages, Vans, &c,
containing the Animuln, draw n hy PJO Splen
did Horses, bended hy tho Company's Cell;,
hrateil Urns Hand, and will pass through tho
Principal Streets, to the Pavilion for Inhibi
tion, giving the Public nil opportunity of
beholding one ol tho most uorgeousjl roces
sions ever witnessed.
Mr. VAN AMIU RGII,
The mout renowned of nil Lion ('nmpierors,
will, ut a certain period of the F.xhiliitiiiri,
enter the Dnn of his Terrific Group ef Linus,
Tigers, Leni srdn, .'miarn, Panthers, &.r.,
the same as performed by him in nil tho
principal Cities of Korope and America.
Will enter tho Dun with hi highly Trained
AnimiilH, separnto nnd altogether ilill'ercnl
from Vuii Amburgtrs, making
Two Splendid animal Tcrfornianccs
Willi This Collodion !
List of Jlnimals Contained in both Menageries
Van Amuluoii's Trained Animals.
S Niiiiiidinn Lions, Asiatic Lion anil Li
oness, Koynl UiMignl Tiger, Brazilian Tiger,
ISIuck Tiger, and '4 Ali icun l.eopanls.
Mons. Daniels' Trained Animals.
African Lion unit Lioness, Pair Sunegnl
Leopnrds, Asiatic Tiger, and Two Concurs.
luiinoccros, or Unicorn, Arnliinii. rack
Camel, White Cumel, Air lean .obra, Cairn
iliuu Elk, Whito Liiuin, first one ever in
Amerieu, Sacred llurmeso Ux. iMumli, (Won
Fter Elephant lliiiiuihal, A Specimen of the
lliiiiioiiolniuus, two l.liilian AM mean, leu
Linus nnil LiiineMics, Aiialio nnd African,
Puir Royal Jteiiuiil 1 iiicrs, I'uir Urnxilinii
Tigers, Koynl Juvn, Tijjcr, Three Afiicun
Leopards, Katlir Lioness end lier 1 liroo
Koynl Whelps, Pair Senegal Leopards, Itlurk
Tiger, IShick Leopard, Two South American
Lions, Four North American Cougars, Four
Spoiled Hyenas, Two llliiek Wolves, (Jre.y
Wolves, Itlack nnd Whito Kaccoons, Two
(iiiz.ly Hears, Russian lliowu Hear, Two
North American (Hack Ui'urs, African Peli
can, Puir Now Holland Ostriches, Pair of
Ah lean Crowned Crnnus, lair White tinmen
Hons from South Africa, Puir White Angora
KalihitH, Pair Largo Turkish Kahbits, Pair
line blinnghai I'omIs, Pair New Holland
lVHiigaroos, Puir liluck bwnns, lute Stork
Silver Pheasants, llluo Crimes, Macaws
Piirrots, Ichneumons, Itmlgnrs, and a great
variety of Ilia Monkey 1 rilie.
(t"A full description of tho Animals,
Perliirmaiices with the Elephants, Ponies,
Monkeys, &c., will bo (omul in (he Kills and
Lithographs nt the principal Hotels, pievious
to the arrival ol llie Lomp.iny.
l'ENN MEDICAL COLLEGE.
TUG Full Seasinn for Females in this Insti
tution commonces September 1st, and the Spring
Session fur Males on March 1st, of each yeui,
Knuul privileges aro enjoyed hy both. The
Medical doctrine Uueht hy the Faculty,
(which consists of oiht Professorship ) are
liberal and pi-ooreuivt. Professors' Fees $40,00.
For definite particulare, or announcement!, ad
dross the Doan.
ABItM. LIVEZEY. M. D.
S29 N. Uih, St., Uelow Uracil,
June 8, 1813. rhiladelphi
RALcn union school.
Tho 6rst term of this school wilt commene
August Itth, 1851, and continue eleven weeks.
Tho services of Mr. J. Mark ham and Mr. Wa).
McClsin have been secured, and a requisite nons
ber of competent tssistsnts will be employed.
Tho School i furnished with a set of too4
School Apsrstus, Cabinet of Geologic) Bpeot
mens, Outline Maps, Anatomical Pistes, are.
A Normal Class will be formed for the ae.
cntninodation of those who wish to prepare
themselves for ft) profession of teaching.
During the term a course ol lecture win om
delivered on Anatomy and Physiology, llluslrst
ed hy a superior French Manikin and Skeloton.
In S'ldi'mn to llio otner nrancne u.uony
tstiRht In the best Union Schools, a fegulsf
Commeiicml DurAHVMKNT in which the Pnew
of AccnwitM shall be thoroughly taught, will b
connected isith the ts;hnol.
Hoard and llooins can be had or reasonable
For full Circular or Particulars address aay
of the sucacribors.
Hoard of EJucaiio.
Palfm. Col. Co., O
MOUNT UNION SEMINARY
THIS Institution will continue its sessions,
under tlio follow ing Hoard of Teachers, viz l
O. N. Hartshorn, A. M., Principal ami
Proprietor; I ra O. Chapman, A. Jt. ; A. K.
Ward, Josiaii Williams, and L. T. Park.
The next, or Fall term of PJ weeks, com.
metiers on the First Tfrsnsi or Ai'at;T.
The Seminary is furnished with a eel of
excellent Philosophical Cliemirsl and Astro
nomical Appnratim, (amounting, with oni
recent purchases, lo over $1 100,) Mathemat
ical and Surveyors' Instruments, Out-Lino
Mnps, Anatomical Pinto, Manikin nml
choice Cabinet of Minerals and Geological
Specimen, together with a small Library of
Choice Hooks. Tuition varies from t'j 40
$1 per Qunrtcr of Pi weeks.
lioAtui can ho obtained in private families,
at n prico varying from jfl.OO lo 1,37 1-2 per
week. (lT There are now two large ami
commodious Hoarding Houses, ono under
charge of Mr. McGirr, ami Lndy, the other
by Mr. R. Crist, and Lady. Their skillful
ami prudent management ennbles tho Hoard
lo recommend them to public confidence.
Quito n number of our enterprising stu
dents havo adopted the self-hoarding plan,
with great satisfaction, as to comiorl ami
economy. New Rooms are now building,
and will lie completed by the commencement
of next term, Willi till exclusive design to
nccommodnto students nt n reasonable rent
for rooms nnd furniture. Ladies are panic
ipntitsof nil the privileges of the Institution
liu-ir rooms for study are exclusive, while lb
recitations are general, so far os they aro
purming the sntie studies.
VocalMusic is daily taught, free of charge.
Drawing ond Painting also taught. Literary
Kxorciscs receive iluu attention. Hooks and
Stationery can liu bud ill tho place. A pub
lie examination will be bud tho lost three,
duys of each term.
Normal School Department.
For tho benefit of those who isny have In
view tho highly honorable and eminently
useful, but Inn much neglected profession of
Common School Teacher, the authorities rf
this Institution hnvo established n M School
of Teachers." Of the IJljt) students, whoso;
names nnd residences are seen iu llm lust
Annual Catalogue, Hi? nro Teachers of com
mon Schools. Great mention is given lo
the qualification of those proposing to be
coino Teachers, to i.isli uci them in tho bcsl
attested method of uveruing n iiclmol, nnd
lor teaching tint several branches, so a Iu
ilevelnpo ninl iliseiplino fully mitt hurtnoni
oiinly, in their natural oilier, the physical
intellectual, and moral puneis of youth.
Nouo will receive Certificates who do not
nvinco nil nptiludi) to teach, lo govern, &r.
Dun attention will Ui iivcn lo the health,
comfort, intellectual training and moral cul
ture of the Students. Hut no ell'ort will ever
he niado to teucli the peculiarities of any
Our Hoihling is new anil commodious; it
has n healthy and pleasant locution in a moral
community, in the village of Ml. Union,
Sunk County, Ohio, 13 miles west of Salem,
on the public road, within I 1-2 miles of Al
liance, where the C. Sc V. It. R. crosses Ih
O. & P. R. R. Mr. Union is free from in
toxicating drinks and other vicious influence
peculiar lo largo towns nnd public thorough
faros. It is believed to tie a safe retreat for
the young, anil favorable lo the Education of
their best powers.
(jyAny ono wishing further information
will receive n Catalogue liy applying lo ill
Principal, ul Ml. Union, or L. T. Park, Salem
O. N. HARTSHORN, A. M., .
Principal & Proprietor,
July aoiii, mx
Manly & Carpenter's Premium
IS now omplctcd, and ready for reception.-
o navo gone to cnnsuieruule expense In rutins;
up, to opcruta iih advantage, and with refer,
enco to tho comfort nnd convenience of those
w ho may favor us w ith a call ; In short, w r
permanently located. Our Koom are in the
AMERICAN 1IOUSK, SALEM, O.
Call and see us. You will find our receptioa
room nout and comfortable.
Can be surpassed no w hero in the State. Our
CAMERA, is a powerful quick-worker. Wa
warrant our work. Likenesses of all ages, ta
ken lipb-liks, on no chauob 1 1 Our price
range from 40 cents, to 20 dollars, Psst ezp.
rionue, and presont advantage, enable u M
take Uood Likenew, at very reatonabt Jiatte.
Hcing, also, potted in all tho recent improve
ment of the art, our timo and entire attention
shall be to render full satisfaction. Sick or
deccusod persons taken at their room. Our
motto, is I2XCF.LSIOU.
N. I). Persons wishing Picture Ukra n
Galvanized Plates, can do so without art..
I iT Hooms open from 0 o'olock, A. M., wa-
til 0 P. M.
June lat, 18SS.
ids Main-St., One Door M'eet of SaUm Bh
etore, Sulem. Ohio.
Coats, Votu, Pant, te., Mad to order a
Win ftn.,l Ia i?-..---.!
The Tailoring Tluairass fn ll itm lr.ku
carried on a hjaretofore.