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"The Pilgrim Mothers!"
On the occasion of n dinner n-lclirniion of
the Iniit nnniveinnry of I'.io " lmiling fit' llin
Pilgrims," in Hun l'rnnrisrn, I'npt. Charley
Hrcnhnm, Mnyor of llmt city, requested n
talented Imly ncqnniiitanrn nl' dm to furnish
liim with u suitable tnnst lir the orrnsinn.
lie received the following note in reply,
which we think knocks I'unny Tern into n
rocked bonnet. The gallant Mnyor proposed
tlio toast suggested, rending llm lady' note
nlso lo the rompnny nt tlin table, nml ' The
Pilgrim Mothers!" wns ilriink in enllitixiiiKtio
bumper, nml nmiil clamors of npphiiise i
" I am surprised Hint n tnrui ot your gnl
liintry should lie ot a long lor n toast on fin
ocensinn liko thin 1 sny surpi ised, IvecutiMe I
know tlmt yon lire not such n humbug no these
singing Pilgrim fathers, whom I liolil in utter
detestation. You ciime Iroin tho SVii(i,vlicrn
we "lo honor unto whom honor is diie,"-
tnenn to the women. I 'or more limn two
hundred yenrs this fingrnnt net of injtistico
to the pcnller sex litis been tolerated nml
countenanced hy the men until it linn reused
to nppenr nn injustice to idem. I'ortwo
hundred yenrs men hnvo usurped no quietly
nil the honors of Plymouth Rock hnvn given
themselves dinners nnd toaatcl themselves,
mid nindo spetrhes iiliout themselves, their
privations, their luirdships, their dangers nnd
persecutions, llmt n stronger never lorn mo
ment would supiose thnt there ever hnd heen
A tromrrn within o thousand milcs'of 1 Ply
" Tho Pilgrim Finders' forsooth ! Wlmt
lind they to endure in comparison to the
Pilgrim Mothers ?' It is true they lind hun
ger, nnd cold, ii ml sirkness, nnd danger
toes williout nnd within Imt llie iiiiltxtiiiiiito
Pilgrim Mothers! they hnd not only nil these
to endure, hut thty hi'.d the Pilgrim Fathers
also I and yet their immes nru never mefi
tioned. Who ever heard of the Pilgrim
Mothers ? Whoever gives n dinner in honor
of them ? Who ever writes songs nml
thinks tonsts, nnd ninkes speeches in rccol
lertion of them ? This sclf-snflicicncy on
the port of tho men is beyond nil fiidurniire.
One, to bear thtmi, would netunlly suppose
thnt New l'.nglntid hnd hern colonized by
men, and posterity provided hy n special art
of Providence! Only Mrs. Humans has
ventured to insinuate that there ever was n
woman in the case thnt the Alnyflowerevcr
drought anything but men ncrose llie Atlan
tic. 1 nsstire you, my denr friend, thnt 1 am
perfectly disgusted with tho self-conceit of
the men they appropriate ever) thing to
themselves even the sett lenient of n colony,
and the peopling of a whole continent. I
did lioie there wns one prerogative they
would lenve to woman. We have submitted
quietly to their inventions for superseding us
in many things to their sewing machines
nnd other "fixings," but we will not tamely
submit this one privilege we will nut allow
ourselves to he deluded into the belief that
New Kiiglnnd was settled and peopled en
tirely by Pilgrim Fathers how could they
have been Fathers il there bud been no
Mothers? And I hope, denr Cnptnin, that I
have succeeded in convincing you that you
will be lending yourself to nn act of grenl in
justice towards us if you do not propose lor
TUT PILGRIM MOTHERS !' "
How to Visit the City and See the Crystal
There nro mnny thousands who wilt nnd
ninny more who should visit our City during
the ensuing Autumn, with an eye especially
lo tho Crystal I 'a lace. To very many of
these, the saving even of two or three dollars
in the expense is an important consideration.
As we nre desirous tlmt nut men only but
women and children shall extensively share
in the pleasure and instruction to be derived
from such a visit, we oiler some suggestions
to our Country friends looking to the point
of Economy. Those who do not need to be
so frugal will he glud of the increased oppor
tunity time atlurdud lo Ihuir less thrifty
There will of course be special or extra
trains run from uIiiiom . every point of the
compass we presume from ns far as Itnngor
in the Kast, from Montreal nnd Ogdcusburgh
in the North, from Cleveland, if not from
Chicago Jand Cincinnati, in the West, nnd
from Baltimore, and perbnps from Richmond,
in the South, expressly to bring passengers
to the Exhibition and return tlietn to their
domes. On these trnins, tho fare charged to
those who seasonably procure tickets will
not exceed half the charge by the regular
trains. We are sure the citizens of any
County where such F.xcursiun Tickets nru
not spontaneously offered muy easily obtain
them by applying nt tho ueurest Railroad
tiflice of any account and bargaining for the
conveyance of a party of mil lets than two
or three hundred. If live hundred to n
thousand can bo liuiiij to unite in the Ex
cursion, the chnrge per dead will bo still
lower. And those who provide themselves
with something to eat by the way will find
tho comfort of tho journey deeidodly cn
euhnnced. Ten-minute inenls, bolted under
continual nppreheusiun that the train will
Start and leave you before you have enten
enough, are uniotig tho miseries of modern
In all cases, all llie residents of n town or
village who mean to come nt nil should
come together if possible, and if ell who nro
coining from a county cuu do so, the plea
sure o! a tup will tie sensibly heightened.
And, as there are many who will not prefer
no atop at expensive bonds, it will be well to
hiii1 a competent person who knows the
City a day or two abend lo engage lodgings
or board ns inny be prolerred lor so many
if the pwty as w ill not stop with friends and
wish to be eligibly uml at the same lime ec
onomically located. Though it should ho
necessary to divide the party, this will still
insure a decided saving.
We urge llioso who inny come to pive
themstlvts time. None who visit our City
from a distance of some hundreds of miles,
iu! may never come again, should stint
themselves lo less than ihreo days, nnd they
ran spend n week bore most profitably.
The Crystal Pulaee itself can hardly be run
over inside of that fu no, nnd there ure many
tilings besidu which will richly reward at
tention. Have expense where you cun, so
is lo let your whole family come if possiblo,
liut do nut hurry dome the first night imng
iuiiig you have e4i Uiti City or the LxluU
tsou; r threo days will only cuublo you to
gliinre at the latter without giving any deed
to tho former. Improvo your time to the
utmost, but do not wnsto doth time and
money on the journey, nml yet go dome
without seeing unj thing. Tnke your time.
Our Little Boy.
I law dim in Ids piny as In drenms I see dim
Tho rnao was on his check and the lily on bis
His lip wore full of lovo anil Ins laugh was full
And the spsrklo of dis ryes told tho merry
I stood besido his couch whero In suffering ho
And struggled with disease till do breathed Ids
last away ;
No roso was on bis check and no sparkle In his
Oh, how It brnko my heart thnt tho darling boy
I low dim robed in whito as they decked him
for tho tomb,
And laid upon bis breast a sweet blossom in its
A smile of beauty lingered upon dis fnco so fair,
It scorned as if an angel wcro sweetly slumber
I saw him onco again In tho vision of the night,
Ho seemed a little cherub in his robes of snowy
A harp was in his band and a garland on dis
Forever moro an angel -oh, such I sco him now.
Rev. Mr. Prime in England.
The London Anti-Slavery Reporter, spenk
iug of this gentleman and the wny lie escaped
" Tliere is, dowever, one nnme which can
tint thus be passed over. We allude to the
liev. Mr. Prime, the delegnte of llie Jlmeriran
1 Utile Society to the British and Foreign llible
Society. Although be cannot he properly in
cluded in llie clans of " the silent men, his
pro-slavery sentiments have Ion lid expression
in the New-York Observer of which paper
be is tho junior editor), bit mission to Ibis
country nnd tho result of it hnvo too impor
tant a hearing on the cnuso for us to withhold
'he (nets relating to llieui from the Anti-Slavery
public. It is not generally known that
this geiitlemnn really did come In Knglnnd,
nnd present bis credentials in Karl street.
A sort of semi-official li tter, signed by the
Society's Secretary, was published m one of
the morning papers (ill reply to an impiiry
nddresscd to the editor), staling that the Itev.
Mr. Prime hnd not reported himself. Per
haps ibis mny have been strictly correct, for
until his credentials were accepted, be could
not bo ollicinlly recognized by the Society,
in his capacity of delegate. Hut in sober
truth this was a mere atroko of officiul dip
lomacy, to save Mr. Prime and the Kociety
from a painful public humiliation. The fuel
is, thai on this gentleman's presenting himself,
ho wns privately informed thnt the state of
public feeling with respect to pro-slavery
ministers generally, and himself especially,
ns the villilier of Airs, i-'towe and her won
derful hook, wns such, thnt lie dnd dctter not
place the Society in the dilemma of cither
refusing to receive dim, or, if they did, of
risking the displeasure of the public. The
hint was tuken, nnd therefore Air. Prime did
" not report himself." lie came, was seen,
" We believe thnt if these facts nnd surh
ns these be niude known throughout the
length and breadth of the United Stales, the
effect will be most salutary, and public asso
ciations and religious bodies will thiiik'.twice
he lore they venture to delegate to this coun
try ns their representatives, either 'silent
men,' or others whose denunciations ure
prepnred for foreign ime only.
"Again, we sny I Abolitionists of England,
beware of ' the silent men.'"
More Work for the Union.
We are sorry to learn thnt one of the flags
displayed yesterday by a steamer which went
down the harbor to meet President Pierce
on bis wny tu this city, contained a disre
spectful fling nt that venerable journal, the
Our readers mny rerrollcct thnt tho Lnwn
line taken the ground, that the blucks who
compose the greater part of the population
of lliu island of Culm ought not to he set free
by Spniu, nnd that ll the bpumsh Govern
ment should presume to emancipate them, it
will lie the duty of the United States to
make wnr upon the Spanish nation. In
manifest allusion to this, one of tho niottos
which were blazoned on the banners in the
harbor, dcmnndcil freedom for the inhnhitnuts
of Cuba. The .S'un of this morning soys :
"Returning, the steamboat Hero came out
to meet the Joscphino, mid was crowded
with pnsscngers who cheered enthusiastic
ally. She displayed a number of flags, nnd
oue on which were inscribed the words:
" Clda Mlst and Shall he Free."
All New Yurk is astonished nt this irrev
erence, l lie next mnil will pruimtily bring
nn edict from the olliue of the Washington
Union, rutting oil the steamboat Hero Iroin
the democratic party. Y. Y. Post.
An Amusimo Incident. The Journal o
Commerce lulls the following story s
One incident in the procession, trifling in
itself, occasioned a good deal of amusement.
When Gen. Pierce hud got ns fur up as the
dead of Wall street, dis horse becaino rest
ive, and came in collision with the animal
rode by General Sanford. As the President
was tiding with his hut in baud, the but re
ceived the brunt ol tho shock, and sintered
severely, being badly slove in and indented.
The General was too much engnged tu no
tice the catastrophe, nnd soon put on the hut
In its uuiurtuuuiu condition, and retained it
in its pluce fur about a block, exciting roars
or luughter among the boys.
fTT-A innii died of llie npoplexy, the otd
er day, in Michigan. The next morning the
coroner held an impiest, when the following
verdict was returned : " Hied from the visita
tion of one beef-steak, eight cold potatoes,
and a d ied pie." Sensible jury Hint.
Russia and Turkey.
Account from Europe, still threaten wnr
between Kussin anil Turkey, which, if i!
occur, will most likely embroil the whole of
Europe. Snys the N. V, Trilxine !
"Thirty yenrs ago Russia wss at war with
Turkey. As thnt event mny possibly ngnin
occur, it is interesting In recur to the senti
ments of two of tho most eminent men thnt
existed nt thnt time, of the inorits of the
question, and of war in genernl. Jefferson,
when be wrote this letter, wns 82 yenrs of
and John Adams 00:"
"MONTICELLO, June 1, 1822.
"To return to the news of
the day it seems thnt the Cannibals of En
ropo nre going to ent one Another spnin, A
wnr between Russia and Turkey is like the
battle of tho kite and snake; whichever
destroys the other, lenvea n destroyer less
for the world. This pugnacious humor of
mankind seems to be the Inw ot bis nature;
one of the obstacles to loo greut multiplica
tion, provided in the mechanism of the Uni
verse. The cocks of the hen yard kill one
another; bonrs, bulls, rnnis, do the same, and
the dorse in dis wild state kills nil the young
males, until, worn down with age anil wnr,
some vigorous youth kills dim.
hopt tre shrill prove how much happier for
metn the Quaker jioliey is, and that the lft of
me jteiur u oeuer man mm oj ine jign tr.
And it is some consolation tlmt the dosolntion
by these maniacs of one part of the earth is
the menus ol improving it In the other part.
Let the Jutter be our oilice; and let us milk
the cow while the Russian holds her by the
horns, nnd the lurk by the tail. G'od bless
you, and give you health, strength, good
spirits, nnd aa much of life as you think
Mr. Adams's Reply
QUINCY, June 11, 1822.
" Df.ar Sir Half nn dour ago I received,
nnd this moment have heard read, for the
third or fourth time, the best letter that ever
was written by an octngennriun, dated June 1.
This globo is a theatre of
wnr; its inhnhitnuts are nil heroes. The
little eels in Vinngnr, nml the animalcules in
tiepper-water, I believe nre quarrelsome.
I'liuJIecs nre ns warlike as the Romans,
Russians, Unions, or Frenchmen. Ants,
caterpillars, nml ciiiiKerworma nre the nnlv
tribes among whom I dnve not seen battles;
nnd Heaven ilsolf, if wo believe Hindoos,
Jews, Christians and Alnhometnns, has not
ulwoys been nt pence. We need not trouble
ourselves about these things, nor fret our
selves because of evil doers; but solely irusl
the 'Ruler with dis skies.'
A Palpable Parody.
" Tis the last rose of Summer." &c.—Moore.
'Til the last golden dollar,
Left shining alone;
All its brilliant companions
Are squandered and gone.
No coin of its mintago
leflccts bock its hue
They went in mint-juleps,
And this will go, too 1
I'll not keep thee, thou lone one,
Too long in suspense ;
Thy brethren were incltod,
And malt thou, to ponco t
I ask for no quarter,
I'll spend and not spare,
Till my old Uttered pocket
Lies centlett and bare.
So soon may I fuller,
When friendship! decay,
And from beggary's lust dollar
The dimes drop away !
When tho Muino Isw lmi passed,
And tho grnggcries sink,
What use will bo dollars,
With nothing to drink ?
Flax Cli.ti bk in Indiana. Al. R. Brown,
of Crnwlorilsville, in a communication to
Gov. Wright, President of tho ludiuiia Slate
Hunrd of Agriculture, snys:
" I send you enclosed n few snuiples of
" f lux lollou, presented to mo by the Hon.
II. L. Ellsworth, of Lntiiyelle. Air. Ellsworth
has secured the machinery necessary tor the
mnnulaciure ol cotton, nud will have it in
early in the season. He has on band the
"stem" grown on 10 acres Inst season, which,
Iroin experiments already made, will, be sun
poses, yield about DUO pounds per acre of
cotton, simitar to Io. u ol the enclosed sue
cimens. The expense of reducing the fibre
to this state, is about two cents per pound,
which at uie usual price tor cotton, ( 10c.)
win leave eigiu coins per pound, or Hl ner
acre fur the hirmer who produces it. To
this Jinust bo added the vulue of the seed,
which will range from $0 to 8 per acre-
giving n fund result of $'J0 at least for each
ucre. i his is Air. Ellsworth's calculation
it may be too high ; but if we allow for the
magnifying ellect or his zeal one-third, or
even one-half, still tlnx would be as profitable
a crop, in proportion to the amount of lulmr
reipiired to produce it, as any of the staples
ui ino country.
The Roman Hatters in Trourle. The
Pope's Government has proscribed a certain
form of hats, now quite common nt Rome,
and which nre believed lo have a political
meaning. The police proceeded to the lint
stores and seized nil the bats of this peculiar
shnpe. They did more ; for as tliev nnssed
along die street, if they saw a person wear
ing -one oi me proscribed clinpnuus, they
rei.eu n, leaving me owner to proceed bear
beaded to dis home.
The founder of the Zoor Socialist Com
munity of Tuscnrawns county, died at on
advanced age on the !i0th iust. He baa been
Prophet, Priest and King over the Zoaritcs
for nearly half a century. Thirty-seven
yeurs ago they emigrated from Germany
poor, friendless strangers, lly economy,
unity and industry the body has accumulated
immense wealth. Thev number nbout two
hundred and forty souls and forty-five deads
oi nimuies. i ney are supposed to be worth
the major part ol a million of dollnrs. Trut
From the Pennsylvania Freeman.
On reading an extract from a high-fulutin Sermon
on British interference.
Stalking on stilts, ambitious to be tall,
The frothy parson belches wind and gall )
And blows and spits in England's sensuous facr,
To our amusement and to bis disgrace.
Lord I how he fumes and awolls, the while hs
Ili creaking nouns with Undum adjectives,
Through crasy troops, incongruously mixed
Nor seer, nor zany, but a cross betwixt,
With vari-colored cont of black and red,
And heart, perhnps, less fuulty than his head.
Our Christianity' 'our Eagle ! Oood t
Two birds of prey upon the scent of blood
Conjoined in name at length, as long in eleetlt.
Alike in fnlth, for Eagles act their creeds.
'Our Christianity' not Christ's that binds
Foul slavery's shackles upon limbs and minds,
And seeks its own, not Christ's supremacy,
And if it pray; 'tis always with ar .
From the London Punch.
The Pope vs. Uncle Tom.
' It is stntcd that tho Pope has prohibited the
circulation of Vncla Tom's Cubin ' in the Ro
man States.' Daily papert.
Fio I Pio Nono 1 weakest wight
Of crowned heads in Christendom
To vent your solitary spito,
And thako your crook at Uncle Tom I
Would you exert your fancied might
To wreak a second martyrdom ?
Indulge your hato for Freedom's light,
And triko sgain poor Undo Tom I
Fiel coward Despot! Europe's shamo 1
More than you is Mrs. Stowe !
You my bo Priest, yea Popo, by name,
You can't be Pio 1 no no no 1
There were ninny little occurrennea which
suggested to me with great consolation, bow
natural it is to gentle hearts in be considerate
and delicate lownrds nny inferiority. One of
these particularly touched me. I happened
to stroll into the little church when a marri
age was just concluded, and the young people
Imd to sipi the register.
1 he bridegroom, to whom the pen wna
handed first, mode a rude cross for his murk ;
the brulo, who ciiinu next, did the sumo.
Now, 1 had known the bridu when 1 was
Inst ihcre, not only ns the prettiest girl in the
plnee, but as having quite distinguished her
self in the school ; and 1 could not help
looking at her with some surprise. She
enmo aside and whispered lo me, while tears
of honest love and admiration stood in der
" He's a denr good fellow, Miss, but can't
write yet ; he's going lo lenrn of mo nnd I
wouldn t shame bun lor llie world !
Wht', what hud I lo fear, Ihoncht. when
there wns this nobility in the soul of a labor
ing man's daughter! Weak House.
The New Haven Register relates that
towards the close of the Revolution, the
owners of North Church in that city sent
i 4 . . . - . .
to uoston lor nans to make repairs Willi,
when one of the kegs sent in return lor
the order wns found to contain Spanish
silver dollurs. The sly deacons wrote to
the Boston merchant tlmt there was "an
error In shipping the goods," but da an
swered thut the nulls were sold as lie
bought them of a privntcersmaii, and lie
could'nt rectify mistukes. So the silver
wus melted up, and mude into a service
ol plute for the church, and is in use at
the present day.
Restitution. The Washington Countv
Post s iys, a man in a certain village, with
w hom de is ncuuiiiiitcd, bnving dnd saneled
sugnr sold to linn, inserted hi the weekly
paper the following:
Notice. I purchased of a erocer in this
village, a ipmntity of sugnr, from which 1
obluined ON E POUND OF SAN D. If the
rascal who cheated me will send to inv ad
dress seven pounds of good sugnr. (scripture
measure, restitution) 1 will be satislieil; if
not, 1 will expose bun.
On the following day nine seven iiouud
pncunges oi sugar were lelt at bis resi
deuce, from hs many different dealers.
encu supposing liimsell the iierson in
Characteristic The ,w lor Herald.
speaking of tho rebellion in China of whut
should be our policy in regard to it. snvs:
" Lot ns bo impartial in our intervention, if
we must intervene, and help both sides until
tee can ascertain which is the strongest." This
is the Herald's rule of conduct. Common-
Ala. Editor: Here nro n couple of gems
which might be "ret" sometime: Invut'uta-
Life. Aristotle speaks of n species of
little ominuls which exist on the river lly pa
ries, whose nge is but a day. Those which
die nt eight in the morning are in youth, and
those which full nway at noon are in their
prime, and at nightfall they drop away of
Innra.ui ..ll wrx.... - i . r r.
v.. vfuui a uDuiiiiiui mimn-
ture of human existence bow reudily the
iiiiiiu Bfaiis i'b ureviiy :
Gentility is neither in birth, manner, nor
luahion; but in mind. A high sense
honor, a determination never to tnke a nieun
advnutuge ol another, nn adherence to truth
delicacy nnd politeness towards those with
whom you mny have dealings, are the essen
and distinguishing characteristics of a gentle
fX7Tho Whig Convention of Alabama
That we will oppose, to the utmost of our
ability, the annexation of additional territory
to the United States, unless Uie equal riglds
the South be expressly guaranteed by the articles
qj ine cession.
Is this national r The Alubamiunj declare
it to be sou
A Qoncral assortment of New Books and
Wnll Paper nnd Notion,
Just opened at MuMILLAN S BOOK-STORE,
which the publio are requested to call and ex
amine. April 7, 1833.
Key to Hude Tom'S Cnbin,
Just received at McMillan's Book Store.
SPENCER AND FAIIICUILD'S
Colobrated Uold Pens. Every Pen warrant
ed. At McMillan's Book Store.
ITIATKIIIALS for Artificial Flowers,
full assortment at the Salem Book Store.
For sale at McMILLAN'S Book-Store.
WIDE, WIDE WOULD andQUEECIIY,
At McMillan's Book-Store.
White Slave and I'nclc Tom,
At MuMillun's Book-Store.
Fancietofa ll'himticat Man and Hoods Humo
At McMillan's Book-Store.
HAWTHORNE'S ft OUACE AQUILAR'S
At McMillan's Book-Store.
Andrew Jluekson I)tivi' Works,
At McMillan's Book-Storo.
DICKS WORKS AND BIBLES,
For salo cheap at McMillan's Book-Store.
300 VOLUMES OF MINIATURE POETS,
At McMillian's Book-Store.
All Kindt of Hittorkal and roelical Books,
At McMillian's Book-Store.
MEDICAL BOOKS AND DICTIONARIES
At McMillan's Book-Store.
All kinds of School Books, Slates, Pencils,
Plain and Fancy Stationary, Wholvsalo and
Retail at McMillan's Book-Store.
A Good assortment of Wnll Pnper,
Window I'll per nnd I'irc Uourd
l'riiit, At McMillan's Book-Store.
BLANK BOOKS AND MEMORANDUMS,
YANKEE NOTIONS AND TOYS,
In great variety at McMillan's.
POCKET MAPS of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois,
Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota,
At McMillan's Book-Store.
Every Book in the Rfnrket can be
proou'ed by calling at J. McMILLAN'S Cheap
Book-btore, five doors East of the Town Hall,
Muin-St., Sulom, O.
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
THE subscribers are now receiving a large
addition to their stock of Spring and Summer
Goods, among which will bo found Dress Bilks
Dress and Veil Borages, Berago Delaines, Chal
les Clothes, all Wool Ds Laines, DoBcgcs
Velvet Do Laines, &c, &c.
Also,a large lot of MAOXIFICEXT PLAIN
AND FANCY SHAWLS, which will be sold
as cheap as at any other house In Ohio. A
groat variety of Men's and Boy's Summer Wear
embracing plain and fancy Cusbmerotts, Cas
simeros, Linen and Cotton Goods; Ilats, Caps
Alto, an attortment of Fret Labor Ooodt,
Dont forget that we keep Groceries, Wholesale
and Retail, as low as anybody else.
TOMLINSON, STIIATTON i Co.
American Block, Salem, O.
May 10, 1353.
The Sugar Creek Falls Water Cure.
TWELVE miles South of Massillon under
tho chargo of Drs. l'roasc, is supplied with
pure solt spring wutcr, -and couductcd on puro
Hydropathio principles. We Rive no drum.
Tlioy are only hindrances to the radical euro of
disease, llie success which has thus far attcn
ded our cli'irts to allcviato the sufferings of
humanity, enables us to spook confidently ol
tho virtues fit pure soft water, a proper diet, &c.
Terms, five dollurs in ordinary coses, paya
ble weekly. Dr. T. L. Nichols, of tin Ameri
can Hydropathio Institute, and Editor of tho
Nichols' lloulth Journal, in noticing the Water
Curo movements of the country, says of uij
' Dr. Fries, a most thorough and energctio
physician, bus a Water Cure at Sugar Creek
Fulls, O. His terms are very moderate but
thore are lew places we oould recommend with
Address, Dr. S. Froase, DeardofT's Mills
iuscurawus Uo., u.
February 19, 1853.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
LAUIIIE A BAItNAHD,
SUCCESSORS OF Z. BAKER,
Culler's Block, nearly opposite ths Bank,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Dealers
BOOKS AND STATIONERY ; where csn be
ound a full assortment of Books, upon ths va
rious reforms of the day.
May 12th, 18S3.
ids Main-St., One Door Wett of Salem Book
store, aaism, CMia.
Coats, Vests, Pants, &o., Made to order and
Wananted to dive Satisfaction.
The Tailoring Business la all its Brachci
Carried on as heretofore.
FOR SALE. Dr. K. G. Thomas offers
for sale his dwelling in Marlboro', Stark Co.
An excellent location for physician.
Private medical Institute.
TIIE subscriber would respectfully an'
noiince that this Institution will commence
its next term with still greater advantages
than ever before offered, on Alondny, the 3d
of October next.
The desiirn is as heretofore, to render ths
course of stuiiy useful, attractive, Interesting
and practical; lo this end lie wil endeavor
to illustrate and as fur as possible demonstrate
Students desirous ol availing themselves;
of a thorough course of instruction, will hers
nml the requisites for speedily acquiring 0)
knowledge of the science in all ils branches.
Among the means nt command fordoinon
atrnling mny be found a fine
FRENCH OBSTETRICAL MANIKIN,
Skeletons, wet and dried preparations, Lire
Sized end hundreds of older Anatomical
Plates. A collection of most approved col
ored plates illustrative of Medical Uotaut
and l'ATHOi.oor. A well selected .Modern
Library with numerous illustrations, contnin
ing works on all the various branches, nnd
splendid as well as an extensive CABINET
of CASTS, purchased at great expense,
though surpassing r ar any thing of a liks
character in the Stute, if not in the Country,
lo be found in possession of nny private
Physician or Institution. Altogether afford
ing nn opportunity of no ordinary character
for Gentlemen nnd Ladies for acquiring a
thorough Practical knowledge of Anatomt
and PiirsioLoor or the Science of Medicine.
Anil lo make tho course still more useful
and attractive, has just effected an arrange
ment wild Air. Alkrf.d Holbrook, whoso
teaching talent in of the highest order, to
teach the elemcn's of Philosophy anil
Chemistrt, bjawbich the class may have
access to bis extensive nnd splendid appara
tus, one of the best in the Siato.
In nil the above course, important assist
mice will be al!'ord"d nnd s general oversight
of the Ladies' Deportment rendered by Airs.
I'm m Thomas.
No nppljcnnt will be received on nny older
terms than by the best Medical Schools, ill
point of attainments and moral character.
TERMS of studies with daily recitation,
for a full course is three veers, including two
courses of Lectures. Thnt fur Anatomy,
Physiology and Hygiene, six months, prepnr
nlory to lecturing. Students to tho latter
furnishing their own text bonks.
Tuition one hundred dollurs for the fiist,
thirty dollars for the second course.
Good mid convenient boarding ran lie pro
cured at $ 1,13 to $1,50 per week. Thus is
combined cheapness with rare and extensive
opportunities lor knowledge, making this
place uoiibly desirnble as il at once places it
within the means ol almost all.
Further information and satisfactory ref
erence given by addressing the sul o.-riher.
K. (1. '1HOMAS, Al. D.
Marlboro', July 1, lt&3.
WATER-CURE AND INFIRMARY,
FOR THE CURE OF CIIROXIC DISEASES
Located at Guam villi, LicKtNo Co., O., and
combines ths advantages of other good estab
lishments, a healthy location, a supply of pure
wutcr, gymnasium, a skilful lady in charge of
the female patients, a physician who has had an
extensive practice of 'IS years, fco., &c.
Females who havo been conlliicd to thoir beds,
unablo to walk or sit up for from ono to twenty
years, in consequence of nervous, spinal, or
uterine disease, are especially invited to corres
pond with or visit us. Universal success in
the troatmont of this class of discsses has givan
us conlblonce, and we sny to all auch,eon
though they have suffered much of many Pby.
sicians, make one more trial. Terms from ft 8
to $12 per week. Patients furnish towels and
pacfting matorials. Address,
W. W. BANCROFT,
Oranvillo, Nov. 5, '52.
NEW YANKEE NOTION HOUSE.
lUtOOKE &. WIIITALV,
A'o 41 Banktlreet, over Goodale, ilusgrart (t Co.
ARE now opening a largo and complete as
sortment of all kinds of Yankee Notions
and Fancy (Joons, embracing a great variety
of styles of Pocket Cutlery, Gold and Silver
vvatchos, Unld l'ons, Jowelrv. Stationery.
Combs, Thread, Silk and Twist, Buttons, Sus
penders, .Needles and Tins, Pocket Hooks, Port
Monies, &c, which aro offered to the trade at
small advance from manufacturers' prices.
aiso, a nirgo aasorimoiit oi 1 alters irimmtnge
and Furnishing Ooods, such as Canvass, Pad
ding, Silccin, Silk and Worsted Serges, Silk
ana Marseilles v estings, llunukcrchicis, Cra
vats, is ecu lies, &c.
HOSIERY AND GLOVES.
We think in this department of our business
we can prosent groat inducements to buyers, as
our stock is bought directly from importers,
and will be sold at New York Jobbing prices.
WHITE GOODS, LINENS AND RIBBONS.
We invite the attontion of all close buvers to
this branch oi our business, with the confident
assurance that our prices will defy all competi
tion, our stock being large, and consisting of
Jaconets, 1 laid, Cambric, Hook and Swiss Mus
lin, Dotted Swiss Tambourd Book Mull, Mull
and Nainsook Muslin, Taffeta and Satin Rib
GERMAN SILVER AND PLATED WARE.
From the celebrated manufactories of F.
Curtiss & Co., Hall, Elton ft Co., and will be
sold at manufacturers' prices.
CARPET II A US.
A good assortment at low figures.
Shoo Thread. a
Wo would call attention ot harnoas and shoe
makers to this article, as it is of superior qual
ity, and as wo buy it in large quantities, we
can soil it as cheap as the cheapest.
We cannot enumerate all ths articles in 'our
stock, nor tho bargains wo have in reserve' for
our customers. We expect of course they wilt
all favor us with a call, whon we will convince
by an examination of our prices, that we will
in all cases sell as low aa any of the Eastern
Jobbing houses, and warrant our goods to cor
respond with samples.
BROOKE & "WHITNEY.
41 Bank stroot, over Uoodule, Mutgravo &Co
o Also Agents for the sale of American Knif
C-'s knives, and J. R. Rand' whips Jk-