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From Frederika Bremer's Home of the New World."
MISS BREMER AND JENNY LIND.
' Here I tucertftincd that Jenny Lind win still nt
flavnnn, And would not yet leave f-r a rouplo il
Mays' I Wrote, therefore, n few linos td her, nuii
diMimtrhed them lr onr Timnc ptiantrvmen llnrlin
In tlicexenini, nd nttorthnt I (.".knit liubt and i
wnu WftH tr nl to iielne lionierol hit Hltor. im'
Vent no nr:iiMi tnniT chumber to b.i to re.it. V.nt i
.nreelV h 1 I re.wiio.l the ton of tlio -.air... when '
I lieara R voie IwlnVr mentiim my nnme. t lonke.l
. .r ...
fetMiinst t"iiinliiMl. nuil iliorn, ut ll.o lout i.f tlie
araira sooJ a Ja,ly holding by the l.nlusira!o. niidjtlie
rooaina; nptomewiln a It mil and li-nmiiiiii'oimt.'ii-ne.
It was Jenny l.ind Jei.nj' I.ind here, nml
with that benming, fich joyous oxpies .i.m 1 riuiui
tenance which, w hen oiue een, can never be fi r
i;.ttii! Then is the whole .Swclish spring in it.
f was glad. All was forgotten in a moment whi' li
tllld formerly conio between her and me. I could
not but innlnnily fa down, lend over the bii'.us
irado, a'il kia iW. - 'i'lmt nnic.-ntile voiini nom.
Mnx.Iljiirtsberr, was with her. I shook hnob
wiihlimrt !.! 1 ioik Jeuny I.ind willi mo irlo my
chamber. We had never mot sin. o that time lit
' fltuckhelm, wh-ir I rire.li.'tml fur lirnn Xiinipcan
Tepumiion; pne na 1 iimviktrniiieu it in a lninirr
decree thno any otlo'r arii-t, In. nil
t;i( pva'se nnd
Die l inrels W llli'll sl e wen CVOMW
' ffrpne alone rn her gill.-. n n -linger.
r.i I not :
li 1 spent with her tlio jtreater part l tl c t
'l H C IV ' M" IB
ftirliv wiih h'.-i
! 1 . . i.i
while jlic vet rename I 111 lima:
in her on apartment ", nod partly 111 dining v. ill,
h'T in lie' on the he:iu:it'i,l 'ioiiieii.io - around the
eiiy, sild p irtly to my own room, v. here I .sketched
lier portrait; and I could not help "in 0 more l..v ing
'1i"r Intenselv. lleneath tbu pnin -lr. of ( ulia.
we talked only of Sweden n-.d ntr r.iii'.ual lrie:ids
there, and shed bitter te.us to;re:!ier n,i r the pain
ful loss of tollers. V, 0 ta'.'u. d linu li aV ut old
friend" nnd oi l ennnee'iop in S,e leu npv, trulv
aneakiuc. we talked of imtlnni: eKe. l c-nu-; every-1
thing olse honour, reputation, -.vealth, nil which'
she had obtained out of Sweden .lid not teem
1.. t..ve .tr.,,.1, tl,,. l.-,t rn . 1 m l.r soul I should
have liked to liavo lic.ud bomcthinir about them.
k,.t l.,l ..n;il.n i.iii.,.;n,, ..or i.lnwun i..
-rw.,Win-. nf them. Sweden n'nne. ...wl tl.o'n obr
friends, as w ell as religious mljc.Us, b y npper
niost in hrr soul, and ol tbe-e iiien ly had n!ie any
w ish to converse. In certain respects, 1 could t.ot
entirely nie- with her; but ulie was always mi un-
, i.i.nt .iitd .1111. riop i.li s rn. t ruio so frii.ti. .0 Sv.-c-
t dislll .Many LIj-1 ibkiivl:e I w ith Trollhatan and
Nia-ara, and Willi evo:-j .vg-roiis and ilccidod
p.we.-ol nature, nnd tlic vll K'ls wiiuu sue promt-
ces resemble th-irt.
The Am-ricaas are e.i. ii mlcd wi.li her ben ell -
. re.i.-. I cea not admire Iter lor this; I can onlvl.
oiigrntulateher in bein able to follow the impulse!
-I tier lieart. lint that Jenny bind, with all the
nnd in coinnarision with which she esteems .r.
...!ri,.ul ul Hd ... l.e .....iinilni irl-in.-e. licit
1 slnrst alter the holy and tho lngocst, which ilur
ing many changes, always ugain returns and
shows itself to be a dominant feature iu Jenny
Liud this i.,in my eyes, bir nioKt unusual and
her nohlesl rhanietsrUtie. .
- M,srr .in- im-iii in-.pvn ii-i.-vs'iTi Mini in. 111.-1
snay she e.creies amid nil 'he praiso and homage '
. which is piun-d upon her, nn I the multitudes of
' 'people whom she sees nt her feet, Hill looks up to'
i.....nil.;.,l.;,d,..- !... ..11 .!,; l.;..lr il.,... l...r,.lf
l..... .l. i'.. . l ic.. .i ..c :.i. u i.n .
Sho was vory uminblc and affectiomite to me:
. nm . . .
Mr. Uumiiro and Ins daughter, mid many otiiers.
Was enjoying mo n-iiose, innl tnc i.eautuui tropical
i u r.. ..... . ...i,..i r... 1
.. . ... i.
i , wir, .'iifi niiiu mv, uiiw.iU) i-.
. 11- ! 1 . . 1 11 o 11
wi.uiu n n audi ner 10 siuir. I una ui Xjinuiiiiiu
"Tnlnrjng sac. hor du mig"
J f 1
and her voice seemed to me as fresh and vmthful
s ever. ' '
One day she drove mo
. .. . . .
to l no msiiops uarneii,
which was "Imaiitiful. beautiful
utilul: she said; beau-
tiful park-like grounds, near Havana, w hero she
was anxious to show me the bread-fruit tree, ami
innny other tropical plants, which proves her Iresh
tasto for nature. In tho evening, we drove along
the mignifi-ont promenade, tl t'timtto rfi ImbeHa
I'trvniuh, which extends for certainly upward of three'
Fiiiclish miles, between broad avenues of palm and
other tropical trees, beds of flowers, marble stnt-
lues nna lountains, ami which is tlio nuest prom -
enade anyone can imagine, to say nothiiif! of its
. . bine uuder tho clear heaven of ( uba. Iiiemooii,
' wai iu her first (luartcr, otid UoateJ o a little
boat above tho western horizon. Jenny I.nnl made!
i .i:.r ... .... ..: ... t . , t. :.
n observe iU dilturont nosiuou hero ti- wliat it
hrm with ns. wdiero the now moon is alwavs tin-.
right, or morely in a slanting direction to the enrtli.
.The entire circle ul the moon appeared unusually
That soft young moonli-ht above the verdant,
' billowy fields, with their groups of palm tr -es, was
turtle. ribtililv lieti.i liful
! fancied that Jenny Lind was tired of her wan
uering nie ami nor wtw sing-r.
wialied fur a lil'o of quieter ami i rol
ter." We talked of marriage marrrii
- fl 11 MiSninli. m ..I, . n nrM. .. 1. ... .1 .a . nn..in
inirfop .Isiilit f.i.,,1 I!, it will it .nii.r k'.
And lie enough for her? I doubt,
'" Hhe left that evening for New Orleans, out of
spirits, and not happy in her own mind. The ves-
.d by which she sailed was crowded with Cnlibr-
liia adventures, four hundred it was said, who
were returning to N'ew Orleans; and Jenny Lind
so mitcn so unit it anecTen me. r.ittie uia i expect
that beneath tho palms of the tropics, wo should!
ronie so near to eueh other.
1 met at dinner, at her bouse, the whole of her
party B.-llcti, Madoinnisello Aehrstrom
j-w TUo best uudorsUndinir seema to iirnvuU between
twecn her and them. She praised them nil, and
praisod highly the behaviour or Mr. llarnum to her.
She wirt inl nowdvine any oomsrrt. ut t uba. nnd
' had just heard a rumor that Captain West, whoi
brought hor over from Lnghiud to America,
nan perisue-i id a uisasirous voyage ut oa. All
1 this depressed her mind, mid tioithor niv en.-niir-
.A-eiuoutr I wont on board (bo vessel to tiiko leave!
. of ber, to give hor my good wishoHand a bouquet
....... ..:..-- ..n'.. . n i . .. .i
. unit.., ,,, cuoiu nuii sa
" '' vessel; I saw J.inny Lind lean ovor tlie railing tow
- I . . , n
; And all the beautiful, regular countenances ol
tho West paled below tho beaming, living beauty
of expression in the countenance wliich I then saw",
bathe I in tears, kissing the roses, kissing her hands
) fr raw, glancing, ,b.iuung ft wludo summer of nfflu
rnt, changing, enchanting, warm inward life. She
full t'nftt eho had lort rohl o nio, and she would
now make amends' fur it. 1 ' '
And if I should never ng.iiu seo Jenny Liud,
shall always henceforth seo her thus, as lit this mo
ment, always love her thus.
i.j.m, w iigiv, wnv.. i,.n;iv, nil-. 1IIICI1L I1IIVC reillUin
. ,..,,,UI u it.. ci;r.....:.....i..i,. 1 1.
j. "--.." "J v.iii.niiiaiii.Mciui,, SIIO non-
' ... . I.e. K.....-I.. ...i ..:.i i:..i.. ci
. . .j.. 1.X.1 . .. I.. 1 1 , "
i. s.cV ,wfcuu nt ".J l' 'or ro-s, niinoii-rn tnev
. .h. nn.t .k,.. , i, I'.. i I ....i t . :.. ii
w. .-. u.-.v .uui, ,uu..ici in i nivalin,
u hen ' huwover. I nirnia -.u .,l.,.l I. iii.u
-'ondohi. and was ulreadv at some distance Inun
ige and domes.
LAST INTERVIEW WITH EMERSON.
' I in ado two small excursions from Boston, one
oi wmcn Wis 10 Uoiicord, because 1 wished to see
b tmerson and, Elizabeth 11. onto moro before le.iv-
inx AmoricA foruvcr. I cannot eiaetlv bdl u hv I
wicjMd it, hut my soul lueu.eito ro'iuirs it of m.
a l MJttet J-.merson rot onoo nif.ro.
'ill ;: 4. X raclud L'oncord in tho afternoon, and took up
my quarlsri with Eli7.al.0th II. Wo went togethm
,.', to Emerson' i. They were both from home. . !
n, enl for a mooent into Euierson'i study, a large
n iMAin, la which itreryibiug was simple, orderly,
r ,-,: unstudied, comfortable. Xo refined feeling of
bejuity hon, a in tu ea.se at the Downiags, eonvors;ii'I
t4 th room into a tomple, iu which Hand Hhe
forms of tho heroes of sublime and literature.
.It i-OraAinent U bauiehod from the sanctuary of the
i ,1 Stow pUilonoplier ; the furniture is comfortable.
V but V a g rv icharaotnr, merely ns impleimuiU ol
usefulness ; one arg picture only U in tb room,
mJwIthik hngi there with a ooniuiuuding power:
it is a large oil pauitiuj?, A copy of Michael Aiv
,KV Arwervt'ArC!l;', the g.Mldcsses of fate, at
s.fcer .MjwBSAnto.1, ax put horrible; they are tot
noble ab4 lsautiful for that. JtlHHt;l.iifxil)e.
Tbenue-Tli Htrticulur, who holds the tlirnAd o.
life in her huU, ii beautiful she w ho holds tin
shears to sswef Ik Uircad, looks up to the formei
whh A qiM(tii(bjr. eompassioRaU' expression, and
"' ul' imu.
ncluhborhnnil. nnd then yon must ceo
. .-- I-.. . . ..
r-m the Inst tunc that 1 became aerpiuuitcd with
htm, I have questioned with inysell in w lint consisted
tins power ol the spirit over me while 1 to much
disai-prmod of his mode of thinking, when th.ire j
niive siieniiv n 1111111 iiivsi-n 1 omoiiieii n 1111 i.iiicrson.
ycsl,,".l-t water in his writings, tIii.1i hns refreshed an 1
"n . . .
I hare opposed hiuerson in thought with invsell j
and in conversntiori with others whj have blindly i
admired him. I ahull oppose him also in public, j
fro,n conviction withininyown soul uf tho nish-iinciirporiilcd,
' "nuwuci i. wni ir in- ,i, ru ,,. , ,,,r
; land, and when 1 am old and gray, ves. always, nl-
' .W!U ll.,:)lnPnts recur, when I shall yearn t-vy-
1 ' w r-merson, and long to receive In.iu Ins
tion And the heaviness of life, which I heard in
; Kurnpe, is repeated here nlso. It ought not to bp'lP
l 1 us.l IU nil liv n. V set., uou Ul i.'.iuill l.'CClllllo qui...
,i:.....i ...I 1.1', 1 1 . 1". v .1...1
.i.j.iL..., .11.1 1.1, i.m.. ,,01 nor..
. I 1 1. .... ,!.. -,.:.i.., l.. t. :.i .....1 .. : i..i 1.......1.-
"'""'"'" .. . ........
! cuiiiijiiiiuiu :iui wecouuiiioi g-6 uu logauier
i i ..t .....
... uon, ui minim. linn,, iiuviv,i;.,jiiieuiui.-.iii-i
in bis hi-niuiful ;H..,,..t ,l.,., n,,i ,,n.f,...
the other replies by ft smile of (lie most beautiful i
uud trust. Mortal nuiml gn.e upon ii
1,...., .;....:.... i.: u- .:. n.i.... ... il.
hands of the Immortal maternal powers.
win. i'v. "
I" nun the luge tnllo In (lie ccntro of the ro.Mii.
which Euicrscti Kit" and writes, jest opposite
the picture, lay n numl er of paper-, but nil in
perfect order. I st-.ml silent f"r ft m mont in the
room. Emor-on's spirit seemed to pertude it calm
In the eveninir. I st-y Kranwrn nt Elizabeth
II t 1 l L I I l. I.. I ! .. 1. ! II :.. I.: I
11. S. JlC WHS MII.1 III). I UlICIIl. UK.' llllliscil
i i ...... i..n.. ;.,
morning, lie oppos-o.1 tl.in, lmwcvrr, most de.i-l
" ih rt. V' '"" "' 'hi"k "f ':,' '
t. 1 1 ...... ... ........ir .i.-i.-t
v i ""r";i"K ... .... . .
von to in e ot our I tnuulitl little ture-it liikos in
luotlier, nnd receive her bleu
1 do not know whether
ther I have told y. it that
, in whose cuiitena,. 0 r.iav 1
re.emblin- tho- of l.er
,w conll.e d to her l ed. in !
by which she bad broken;
rnicrson bus a mother,
be M-en innnv features
The old mother wtii imw
ciiioi"iieiico of a ti 11.
1 ci iiid not leHi.-if K!iieron'a kindness nnd these
The following .l-,y, therefore, be railed for mn;
a cabriolet, which he himself drove, and took 1
me by the loieMcst Utile forest r-ad to a little
l ike, w hich lay in the bosom of tho fore -t, like n
cii'ui-. oval mirror iu n dark ern n frame. The
place iookcu iiko n fraitciiiary 01 me K.uuiy unnn-
" -i .0 i
At e talked a deal bv the wnv; for I nm nlivavs
."H1V lL-.lll-.il I- 11.-.-.. .
'and egreeable milliner. The t.-i.tc of conversation I
,.n it... ...... n.;..n n..... i.,.:.,..l.,..ll.. r...,n. ..... nt;..,.l
etcitcd to convcisatioii with l.inersoit in a eiilm
n ti. s iH'ca.ii.n arose linm ipallv from mv n-kiiiL'
Kinerson, whether he considered the intellectual
culture of the New Knirliind Mates to have nttiiin-;
e l its a ine, nnd if we might not see in the.-o a
typ" of the perle.'ted Amerl. nit cominiiiiity ?
" I'.y no mcan," replied l.e; there nrn nt tliif
time a I10111I er of ticriiiatii-ui nnd other Kuropean !
idea ', nav, even ideas ironi
idea , nav, even ideas ir.ini Asm, w Inch are now
for the first time fiioViin- their way into the life of
" nna w"-' wrf Foduco now Uuvclnp-
ml'ntH- . .
Kmerson ffvi.Hitlr ..tw.ler Amern a intended
to present, under n higher im tiimorpoosis,
''b?as which, during tho courso of ages, hnvo been I
prcliirurcd in other parts of the world.
As regarded the late political coneeions which
the N'ortli'-ru Stales made to the Slave Suites, tbr
right ot aylum to the lugitive slave, lie epvesse.i
him in strung disapprobation, 1 ut still in bis placal
i.i-ic is n .nuii 11111 J ior iis esc. ninnici,
'"' I'.mersoti. ns h- polled up near some lolly trees
"".-'" , .': f"' ' ,
- " - - v, ..........
Inslciied the reins to n tree, nnd soon returned with
P'n'' r r cr,....., ..om r,.. .
glass 01 wa or. iior n 11-11 may re eonipriseii
111 J!",'- " ''..v 'hould become siginlicant to
' . " 's.... cui.n.n say, om so 11 iwu.-.
was so mn. n 111 linn wliicti was uiiMi.isti.ctoiy
was so milch in him w hich
me: in what consisted his mysterious magical
er that invigorating, rnfrc.-hii'.g inllucuce, wliich
1 alwavs experience in bis writings, or in inter-
1 l'"r' " with linn, iius cordial li-tiugiit m clear,
; woier irom me spring. pi -u oy his 1 ano, 1 .mucr-
' stood it. n is precisely tins 1 cry-tai. piui-, ireii
wi n miin nnrt vol n .rum nil I'n.li n-
i.r....it.a, .IP.I....II, ,., f.-Aui. n-.t n. ..initm'..
...-...,.... ........ ....
1 wnrmth-inlusiiiir. Iife-ronovntinzwiiie. 1 would iro
, " J ' d
. " ....... ..v ..
i.i- , ,i .1 it
Kninrsnn limit. yes in wnter- nnnlher there m who
v..: A. l w. :.: . I . :.l tim
, pint nnd Willi tire. i
with an mun.nglcd sentiment of;
ho hns been to me. I miiv per-
1 Ictt r.nicrson
giatitudo for what ho
if i ., . ..r , , v. ,
I bads sco others more beautiful uud moro neriect
, , . .. . . . , . .
' 1 "
Miss sr.nuwirK An iiawtui RNT..
The country ni-ound Lenox is romantically love-
ly. inspired w ith wood-covered hills, nnd tho pret
tiest little lakes. Amid this scenery, hnvo Cathn
rine Sedwick nnd Nathaniel Hawthorne their rn-
rnl homes. I had been invited to both, and I wished
to sec both. I spent foiir-and-tw entv houm with
the-excellent and nmiablc Cntharinc Sedw ick and
. nor lanuiy, '-njoyin;; ner company nnu mat ui scv-
eral agreeable bi'liei. There were no gentlemen
gentleiuon, imleeil, si-med to 1 e rare in Rocml
circles of this neighbourhood. But they were I
missed here than i generally the case in society,
. .... 11. .ln .1. - un
be-nuso the women of this little circle are possessed
of unusual intellectual cultivation several of theiu
endowed with genius nnd tallent of a high onler.
: runny Kcinlle basbcr homo here, when sho ret
1 ides in America; at tho pre -ent ti.no sha is in bug
laud. The scenery is beautiful; the
joy it and each ot'icr's society, nnd lifo
.itorto (lie i-re.i lio- number.
- lam, in a general way, struck with the number'1.
' in t ir .1 1 . 1.1 t.i niiliiltl'li
Inlh.-r. .Mnv m.lilarv Indies nrn mnl It hit, ibusi.
I Kastom States, who are neither wanting iu charms
; or endowments of soul, and yet who glow old un-
married. . 1 have beard many of these wish fir
themselves a wider Tphere ol activity, the npportu -
nity for leading a more cheerful and mors g.mcr -
Lilly useful lifo. The old lament over the stugniv-
so Here, in tlie young .yott n nnu.
I spent on extremely ncrccablo day
Sedwick. nnd one evonini! with Haw tliorno. in an
' endeavor to converse. But whether it was' lii
C....1. l . .. .1: 1 1
- : .....v..r.. i...-, tc ...... BY.111.11un .101 Mic-ccu.
thllvhaimoiiions bottd. The forehead is camicious
- 1 and sercno as tho arch of heaven, uud u thick mass
I . i. .1 ... 1 ... 1 ... , ..... 1. , ,
ni iauics, nnu tno ncarcuv ft gentlemen, in mo
hemes cf tlie Ic- .-er cities in tho linstern Stiitcs.
1 he gei.tli-uien run over to the largo cities, or to:
the great it est, io carry on i ii-itiess, to construct j
'-e. ii in one wftv r,r r-.tt-
01 son uttrK-nrown uittr ncamiiuiiy clustered ar-
it; tlio lino, deep-set eye glanco from beneath
wcll-urched eyebrows, like'tho dark but clear lakes
tho neighbourhood, lying in the soiubro bosom of
and forest; the nose is rolinc.1 and regu-i
larin lorui; tne smile, like that ot tno sun smiling
over tlio fummer woods; nevertheless, it bus a bit
ter expression. The wholo upper part of tho coun
tenanco is classically beautilul, but tho lower part
does not perfectly correspond, and is deficient in
Immediately in front of Haw thorne's linnsf, lies
0110 of those mi:. 11 clc.tr bikes, with its sombre mar
gin of forest, w hich characterize this district, nnd
Haw thorne seems greiitly to enjoy tho view nf it,
and tho wildly woode.) country, , llisnuiial.lo wit'u
is inexpressibly hnppy to see linn 10 nappy I1010.
A Auiile, a word from him cor.veys niore to hor
than long speeches from other people Sho reads
his very soul, nnd "he is tho best of husbands."
Roue, tlio voungvst child, is still on tho mother's
breast, iiawtliorne'i house is a happy, quiet lit
tle ubodo, embracing a beautiful family lifo. j '
THE RESTRICTIVE LAWS OF THE OLDEN
We were rending rocently, says tlio" Boston
'Chronicle," a history of Connecticut, from its
flrst Kettlaiaent under .George Fonwick, down to
tno Revolution. The volume was originally' pub
li'.'hod iu Londsn, in IH.'il, and re-prinuvd at No
II iivcn in 1H19- and we foand some curious eiiact
ments theroin. Here Are some of the lnv
" Whoever WMre-uLijUitjslriiiiuicd witli grd.b-tb
yer biuA laie. boj tyi'tt sliilliiigsjiy 4)10 .y"V
. ... .,..1" f.
seinci men smui tax me oo.'H.liir arx.Tnr s!iirrv-'
A debtor, in prison: swvarnig be hath no os-
tiile, shall be let out, and sold to hi ike sntisfmv
snail oe present.';! py uiff Ttrim.r Jnf.iIla-TflulUIIWllplOe,
here and npostacy. w hieli.cons, dc, in "'m '
ho-J ilality lo straiifr- i s w ho i nn e to n i"i at .
" N " read the book or U.innmn I rnyor,
keep Christmas or Sum day, mnko minced pie.,
dance, idnv cards, or piny on ftiiy instrument
: .' ... .... . :, . .1......
lllUMC, CAC'. Mini"! iimi vv-.w-
Tlio Sabbath day shall begin ftt sunset on Sat
" No woman shall kii lior chilJ on tlio Sabbatl;
v. . .nil Irnt't)!. pfink rirlnn 4. niHkP. hfMlfl. i -
r, j '. . . . . ,
'u. . , - -1 .i. v .i.i.-.i. 1
HWOI.IJ IIOUHOS, CUl llllir, or Ullino un 11.0 wwuwii
'V,"VV. ... .is; II .1 l-
n imp shall run on tlie Sabhnth flay, or w
- . , .... . ;...:. 11..
lut in'cn or i-ir.wmu., eiM.
J'; ;'- ' - . ., .ulhor;iod I
-N" "" ,0 11 n,or- ,l" nn ulnor-ICJ .
. 1.1.,;,,,, .t,.ii l, !vIT,,i1l,l to a Ona.i
. ...1 1 : .
Kverv male sloill have his hair cut Mnnrt e
irni ...int. tilt, iiriiiii'i iu :i'i.
cor.liiv' to a . a", ;. A-'. ..I1;.t.,,,(nt
e the t.dhm ncco nt of ft puiiishiiient
mllicted lor cntcrt miii. 11 ; ' v " V ' " 1
Timer, whom t. otmn .Mad.er s i .s w as j r !
fc.11 ty. tl. it he had a f...r, bv-.l. a id
eor.lin ' to a ;!', o.'. A
and w-as convotcn on gouu im.u
denoe. 11 f
' Hencon I'otier." ay Mather, was hail;;, d for
.dif, iimonjr wnom w . ... " ?.;,
and A.lnmitc,. Iime neira, 00 . . , ... .
the spu s ...id sciHl.ng tl.c-ni aw ,.v pe.u c. - . .
wasapol.tRalidlcttcc, the rem-ly b-r which
worn; noting: ,, . ,..,,.1 t I
No man shall hold oin-e who is not sound in
.. . . 1 1' .Li 1, .i- 1 . ',1 ... nn 1 vl.iwl
laith, and lailhliil to this dominion and who.
soever gives a vote to aiteh a person, slia.l pa
line of one n.nind : for a sec-lid oflencc he ihal
line of 0110 pound : for a second offence he shall be
lisliiinchised. on ner.
PROGRESS OF MORMONISM.
1.10.1111.1.10-. jo,, 11, no- - r.. .......
n siifii.-ient rpinntity of rain fulls for farming pur-1
p(,.e; hence the hiisbiindmau is obliged to resort
,0 , of r), ,.
-n,...,. ,,. BM1.Pi ......M t,il,es .,r ralb-rb.m.ls of'
11...;.... .1.. ............ i iu ... ,
inu cjiiigrnnon m mo sanus iroiu i.m nuicrciii. na-
tim-.s of the earth. A chain of M-ttlemcnts has
l0,. f,,,.,,,, ,! extending north and south some S.'.O
miles. Many small cities have been founded nnd
with certain powers nnd privileges,
; 0,10 0f the Sandwich Islands, there wcro rnnrcsen-
is yiicsiouarici from ttnh nnd about 1 2H)
..,1 ,.,., oil Wr.-i
tcJ Sydney, .vtaieli it, imj
,,nnrils ul one into red
cre "P" a" "no nunuiou
a small compnuy ol'2'J persons
... m o,:r,,, ,: ,, .,,.ii,:,. ,... ,
i 'or taiiioniia on uu n way 10
. . . . .
On the od ol July last, tho 1
iH to be fondly hoped that tho rising generation in
r , ... , ',, ,, tl. i-. n iH. I v educated in
... r... t . . r - , . . .
.............. j ... im;; u..t
5". li'ves Hit. lollowjiig total; o.i Conlereiiees,
' " ' f""1'
- ' . ' ' . . . . ' . " .
. ..I- v .. "....i ...,.... o, ui;.,-ii , I v-uuui i.iuu.
v icw ore ormg on-uco.i mi., me cnurcn 111 kov
otind eral oftho States, aud iu tlio British Provinces,
llP(,0 colony oftho Saints is founded in South
of prn ('ufurnia under the presidency of Anuisa Ly
mountain uian ulu Charles C. Rich, two of the twelve.
,uw iyr.;, o vur plcae -
I".d -r Orson I'nitt has issued one r.f hi pi
linlletins. ll was published in yesterday's
nue, and t'ie motititere-ting ponton in 11 our rea-
1 . 1 .! 1..... 'I'l
win nun nen.w. 11 uns rfvcni.i.-. iium .-,
er be true, ,-.nd v.-e know 110 reason to doubt iis ac-'
u ni v, incii is .-loriiH-i.iiii. ... pi-.iu v. u.. w - .011
features, thrivini: with lutv and rapid
.. ... . -.1. 1 . ... 1 1 i. 1
tab stirinziiig fro:. an unknown T
I'erntory into n
vwe.-lnl State, with u rapidity unparalleled in the
Miistorv of State, save in a few nnd lierhaiis not more '
tlotii 11 sin -In in .tan-!-.
il.e p.icnmeiit u dated at
;U, the great cen!ral ;;i;Ii"rtng place Tor tho
Saints throughout tho world, is in a very prosper-
mis and flotiri-hing condition; her n-ttlemeiitj are
nm:i vexti 111 HIT t irollcliollt 110 lireili.ill 01 I no
.,,.,.;,,.,., ...;, u)1,i ,!,. l'-y far the greater por- i
tio;t 01 11,1s icrritory c. nsivis .1 moiimains ami
-I this Icrritory c. nsivls el mountains anil
entiie'y unlit for the habitation of m in or j
In the nitd-t of Iho.-c dreary 'ma des, may
here nn.l there, beautiful and fertile val-!
watered by ervsial sirsains, formed by the
. I ' t - I .. .!. .. I .1... ...
t,.ttiii snows, which mo deposited, dining the,
iter, in vast nl.uinhiin e iiin tlio surriuudiiig
Indians, inhabiting diifereat purls of thu territory,
who are sunk in the 1 -west depths of darkness, dog-
nidation. and misery. These bands wander over!
the territory, often robbing m.d murdering one
an.,t,cr, ami stealing whenever they have a favor-j
fl'tah numbers from thirty to
'thirty-five thousnid, uud i- iiiu.ually ineri using by
. 1 . . . , . . .! . . ' . . . I .1 .v . ..
, legislature, i uitiiore vny, being near
centre ol this chain ol settlements, is appointed
the seat of government, at which place the State-
louse is being built. l.retit.vult l.ul;o t. ity is by
the largest and most populous in tho territory;
u covers nn nrea 01 several square nines, ana con-
;., ..., :i, ,,,.. ,i.. ...... n.i :..i,.,i.i.n.
t - t ...n. .,
ihii.o t.-'i.i 1.H.11, i- ivii iiiu.i-.., in .... 011.1.1 0,1
- .rea- iiiic.iiioi. uuiou iniiii 10 uiu crcciioii ui
... . . .n . ...
ii .......... : - . ' . ... .1.. . . . r
scouoi ionises mm ine uu.icaiiuu oi ui.iii .lu.i n
everv iiseiiu i.rancn oi learning nnil science.
.. -. .... . . .
toi.tmation ,. neing nil. , i.ri.ad an.i d.-ep to Aeooiiv
illation to erect a uinirnili. cut univcr.-itv. iu w hich
the higher departments uf ucienco will bo oxteti-
Tp to the present time, farmers have found a rea-
ly market for nil their surplus grain mi l other pi i-
diictions through the in. rented ntinibcis of the
IK. ii. ;,.. H.i. ini-iMioi-i- kii.i
u.0 through tho' morhuid California emigration
w 1 1 i c 1 1 . for the most part, pass through T lull nnd
.....inii ili..ins..lv.. lib n ii-...t. .h.m.Tc ,.f
lloi. c. nnilf . oil.. ,,.l .lun.n tin. I i.iu,K
inns, iiiii-i.es, iiiuics, .utile no I sh n lind read v.
: ale in California. The treat facilities presented1
r(,r mi,.;,.,. t,.( witliout much expense will cause
.... C . . I .. . ..
tt.nt bi nn.di of biixiiinss lul. nn.w.f il.n most .,...11 -
i,.i.l.. .n..l l,,..ri;, i ;., .i,n ..,, ,,.,.
,. . , r i ii i .i f .
At a sr.eeial cooU-rence held lie the S.iinls in
t ,, , 1 , .ii,-., r . , i ,
Si,k l.ake City, ii, Augutt ls.,o Al,,,t.n,e
lllll-MOIIi.I Il-n U.-l." M'lll ii. ine bul lous nun. ins Ol
the earth; twctv-live otheis were lent lurth by the1.
. i -
general coulcience in April last.
- jj1'.1'.'"''''"1 Report oftho Church of tlie Saints
"J. jOl bllptibcd. SO.O'.'O total,
In the Society Iuhuids iu the Spring of I'm:
Saints numbered between 1,'iHO and 2,il; those
nero scattered over rnmio 20 Islands, ami were
greatly prosecuted by tho Roniau Catholics und
tho French authorities.
At ft conference, held on the 9th of last March on
Saints who dwell on different Islands of the group,
From n letter, dated April liVi, ISid, the work is
.nnidlv or..i-ie.iii. at Honolulu ns nmnv ... so
imvin" been baptised in one dnv.
, Khler Charles W. V,i..,l,.ll ,1,
wo learn thut there
Saints in Australia.
wcro ulxiut to butl
tho Saft Lakc
rench Missiun con
nwU-'l ot 4 I onlcreiices, u branches, and ft total
numborof lio, members, including officors.
I ' 1- 1 ... I ,! I .L. ..I I ,
Tint K11.ES or Cti.tiTiAL M.tiiniAiir. Inasmuch
as the saints t f I'tali consider it moral, virtuous
nnd scriptural, to prnctico tho plurality system,
they should seek by every means to eradicate, not
only from their own minds, but from the minds id
their children, every erroneous improper prejudice
wliich they have formally inibided, by their asso-
iiittou witli tho .mi 1 ion sol modern 1 liristemlom.
Parents w ho have daughters should seek to instill
into their minds that Is just as Imiioriiblu for thcnijot
to bo united iu marriage to a good man who is a!-
reu.iy a nusoa. , as ,0 01.0 ,1,1.1 is sing e, they
stioui.i n, augi.i , r-je. 1 no society 01 u 1 wickist
men, whether smgle or not. A father hould bo
impartial u an u uu.irei ., ,, ,. tt, , ,, ,tll, ilc
iovc ior ucm mi, w.i.u e m ., y, no snouin insin into
ine miiius m nor owntiiiuic nine necessity V.,
nig ine cnimroi) 01 ciu-u 01 1 .0 oui..-rs as brollies
'"" ....w ... un. ou,.. ,,. umy care 1 ir
tne wennre 01 iicr.msonnu iu.ueuii.iruu, rsitslinuld
see tne napp.u. o, encu 01 1. e ouiur wiviM r.ud
ebildren. And likewise, the cL.b rc.110f cad wife
snoi ui no, mil rcspeci, iionor auu wvu Uiuir own
mother, but also tlio mothers id all their brothel
and sinters, ity observing Uieso precepts, po ire
and tranquility ti!l relc.ii throughout tvorv de
partment of the family, and the Hiwrit of tiod" will
llow 110111 Heart 10 ueart.
w. ...A.l . .1: .: .. . e . ...
J.... .. . . . -.-r-'-i
uu.-m. uiuii MI.. I..OM 01 nuiiuu luioni ai.M
tisn-.,P,, llicy simutd lie, ot iod
u'acu, tri-eijoin, Ltiriiv. love, (.oil
asks for every
acuity of iiiiiii us his own. nnd
claim dominion o er c
ry sphere of life.
THE GLOBE: The Official Paper Of Congress, and Newspaper for
THE DAILY GLOBE AND THE CONGRESSIONAL GLOBE.
In gurrrmlcrinR my ilitorMt in tlio orgnn of ft
jrct piilitirnl pnrty, I I'liorishoil tlio lmrnose ot
ootitiiiiiintt the ConrpusionnlUlnhn, nnl, it pemi-
blc in tinio. to renett it into ft
' - "' -- .. . .
full hintiiry of the
nutinii iit't'oncwuH, Eivmit tlio (lobntos nucurftlolv
, , .. .:,. i
mill fully 'villi tlio proi'oodings nil stamped with
tlio veniv 01 nil imu'iiu rr.-iiru. r rum 1110 yin"n(7R
ifa Ipttrr tif (leneral Wnshington, which I hnve
umgs 01 me r..M'c...i.c i-chi .... .-11. s ...... ... v .11101-
, nation collected by them even during the recess of
' fungrcss is of so much importance to the interests
f everv section of the eountrv tluvt I shall c on-
.;, l. .i;..ii.... r tl, ,li;i.-n.i,,.nn,niii.i.
1 ..r.i..i .....11
ndverti.-o llieir biiMin-ss in every village uirougn-
i ,mt ,l0 IVion, w here the tih.bcis sent 'daily under
ilt. franks of inr iiil.orM of Congress, all of whom
take it. and aoineof them a lingo number of cop
scribtions for the Congressional ti lobe and Appcu
had ' dix separately. But this has not been found satis
.tred' nnd fill r luiloa of Wftshlngtnit by telcgraph.
in t tiiii.smUtcd ire nublisbed
become one; tho approximation of tho Atlantic nnd
Tacilio oceans by a national railroad across the tor
: I . r .... i-..r ... :.. .i.. v
j uuiipureil.) at Uvo aollar., a year.
xlic Comihkssionai, Oi ounwill nlso be printed
i n double roval sheet, in book form, royal
' sie, eacli niimPer cnntainiiiB sixteen pnires.
I -..v-i,iipdui,.v. . i lli..i.
this will bo elfeotcd I now lay before the public
. . J . 1 ,
I will have a corps of 6i:;tecn Reporters in (011
tho ...'.!,. iit ,,!, . ,lPiv.
'0 authentic accounts of things done at W asliing
K t,, before the public mind at a distanco had re
nin. ,,.eived its first impressions from irresponsible tele-L-n,
(rraphie dispatchc.f, or by letter-writers biasod by
' peculiar views.
1 . . ...
a rea. yilra-.vn into l.urope.ui uimcultict
,undrcd...r(.u,,m,,.M are,.n,,)1,.ull.a tl1 ,,mw ,
. 6 1
i tat ion.
Approved, August 0, !Ho2,
nnoti'd. it per.eive.1 tlmt ho thought thu of-
,j,.e ,ui.jA y,e mm,,nr, w,, tl,t ofa regular newv
ImP"' " erniniu 1110 nviiniv 01 uie puo-
. 1 !. ! . l . r.i t
Ii.. fur iieirn ot tlio len nnivirtnnt kmil Erentlv eon-
tribtitos to give wings the weightier mutter which
in.iv be called Couressionnl news.
Having succeeded in hit purpose of perfecting
r.vtf f t10 debates iii Congress txiid giving
,)em ,'l0 official .tamp, I now propose to iio,,iithcin
abroad, in connection with the news el the dnv, in
M nnil nC(..ur,0 ,.
Uxuni.n plt fl11 ,p ,;.,, ,)f (iovorllI,lf.n, in nl,T
form whatever. It w ill even nntieipnio the
, ,.,,!,,., nnra. (f..r instaiice. of llieoity of
N ,!10 (.lobe containing them w
r . K.vpress
y,.,;, , ,,, ' v;m nl,.,lt. The t-ri-ces, by w hich
niinutos, then retire, prepare them for the Tress,
put them slip by slip in the hands of compositors,
and thus, w hile a debate Is going i n In Congress, it
will be put in type, and in a few minuets alter It is
end-d it will be'in print I shall bv this meansbe
enabled to send by the Kxpress Mail of5 o'clock 1'.
M. for the Kast, est, mid Xortli and by that of
'J o'.-hnk T. M. for tlio South, nil the rroceodiiigs
-r-t,rcs ,, (,, ,,. nrdinnrv hour oriiilionriinient
Thus tiie ii-enrate deimtcs 01 (..ingress will reacli
i,,. iwo humlred nnd fifty niili-s from the Cnp-
.i., iietorc lir-'ir unity morning lianors are in carcu
The niinenllnneoits news I shall be careful to irath
'er from remit" seitlonsnf the country by tclegra7.l1.
I ,. itl nblain from llin lixe.-utive le.llrtlnents.
thro'ijdi racial s nin e., the matters of moment
tran-a-teJ in them, and, through agents employed
(r ti,P purpose, nil the cilv news of consequence in
sutli, ient time In be put intolthetilobe and mailed iu
j,e Kxpre: s M liltriuns. In this way I hope to ereato
.. nm. in t l.e , wsemina I1..11 ot news Irnm Walr
ington. Hitherto 110 newspaper has attempted to
;K,,e authetitie accounts ot things done at W asinng.
Washington has now become so grent a center of
litieal interest during nil the year-
tv with a view to become tlio vehicle of tho earli
c'st and 111 -st correct intelligence. "
Ii la miri of mr nlm. t. n-lu.-.i the nri.-e of the
d.iilv tinner to lniil that of similar daily papers; and!
paper to bail that
f holm to extend
1 ...... ...
thus I hope to extend its circulation so ns to in-
..t 1 ...:n 1.1:1. .!...:.
'of the Oovcriinii1
-HIS. I lllll lilli'llo-lll'lil I umilli lll.i
mi t.i ...l. rii.i.r. in tim ..it;,.. I
! hone to submit such terms as w ill induce them to
I . ' . . . . . . ... . . .
Thn installation of a new Administration nnd A
, Coivtcss nortciuls much cliniiiro m the course
,,f public affairs ns the result of tho next session.
i Many vust iutcrcts which were brought nn in the
, ,,t (.'unvress were laid over bv the Democratic mn-
. " . . .
lonty to await the uction id a I'cmovrutic Kxecu
.1., i .,
live. 1 he new modeling ot the tnritl; the now land
system; tho question of giving hoinesteniU, nnd
aking every man ft freeholder who mny choose to
iViriior oi ion tuiuin r.;ioriu m .in- ,iiini, .vu.j,
, ' ir... h.l. .
iind civil olliocs all the-e great questions, with a
thoiiKand minor mi-s, deetily nfiecting multitudes of
men and every Statu m the I nion, will, now being
matured by public opinion, come ttj) for the (ov
orument'a decision. Theso new ismich, coopern-
lin with old ones, coming up In be disposed of by
new actors on the scones at Washington, will be
i "ll1 1" modify gr-atly, if not alter ess.-ntially, the
! party organizations of the country.
I 'l'o these elements of interest ininthcr is likely
mirouuee.i ".V mo iinerpo-iiion m me agiiaiions
of Kurnpe. Alter nearly b-rty years of pca-e in
r.nrope there is nn evident rosiles.inoss
I- '."'" -
Il llt V.'": Ihre.itcnitig war:
1 11,1,1 " Wllr comes, iu all lik-ldi I there w ill follow
i I ... ,u ...I ..1......... 1I...1 ,I.A ..:.. I ..n.
! -uch universal change that the I'nited States can
scarcely hope to escape its vortex. Indeed, from
Into events it is tiTipnrcnt that our (luvoriiment is
. . . . - ' .. .. . .
The Daily Ot.onit will be priutod on fine paper
j double royal size, with small type, brevier and
: proper will bo inndo un ol
the proceedings of Congress and tho running de-
bates in givcu by the Reporters. Tho speeches
j which members may choose to write out themselves
will, together with tho messages oftho lbesidcnt
! of the I'nited States, tho reports of tho Kxceutivc
I Departments, and the laws passed by Congress, be
added I in an Appendix. Formerly 1 received sub-
j Inotory, innsiniich as it gavo nn incompleto viow
th trimsactioiis iu Congress; uud therefuro I have
concluded Hot to sell them apart, considering that
neighbors can have tho advantage of both by club
ing in case individuals shall find it too onerous to
he at the charge of boih.
To facilitate tho circulation of the Congressional
(jlobo and cheapen it to subscribers, Cungrcss pas
sed last vear a joint resolution making it freo of pos
tnge. f annex it, as the law may not be accessible
to piistmnstors treuorullv: '
Joint liosolutiou providing for tho distribution
tho Law of Cougri ssiind tho Debates thereon.
With a view tothocheap circulation of the laws
Congress and the debate contributing to the true
interpretation thereof, and to make free tho Com
munication between the representative uud consti
tuent bodies; . , . .
He il rcmhwl Ay Sruate and Hum nf Jleprt-
nentdlteta of I nilnt Nlulei iif . America 111 ton
ira arnif nthlt rl, Unit from nnd altor the present
session ofCopgress, the Congressional tiloba and
Appendix, w hich contain tho law s and tho debates
thereon, shall pass free through the mails so long
as tho sanieslintt tiepublislied by orderot t ongress:
I'roriileil, Thst nothing borclii shall bo construed
: to authorize the circulation of tho Daily Olobe free
the Dm bv CI 1.01,1: nt half tho uric,
,ililnr ..ublicntloiii., so the C.N.iKi-.ss.oN.a I.looe
Am-kxinx is sold for hull' tho cost of .0 much
1 , ;,;,, .,rt.HM.Krltl- , ..uper. This I call
. ,pri ,,, ,lo. fii.isinuch as the subscription of Con-
lmm t ,.,. ,e erft u ,., m,M,sitii,,
(,1,.lllll8 mc , ,,. fr lile more than the -cost
1 (r nress-work mid paper. It requires the saw
o 00D copies to reiniburso expenses. If
,,, wtfr0 ()M t,e Oostof each copy would beabout
, ,; it Tl0 debates in the English' Parliament cost
ab , lJVC ,inie, aH lnlll.h llH j ehurgo.ubacribers
, ,,, ....i,,,,,,. : (-o,,ress eom.l in mmniiiv.
as well reported and printed
,. The next session of Congress will bo ft long one;
md it is buloive I that tho Congressional Oh by
it will reach 4,000 royal ouitrto pages, as tho lost.
,1..m. ui.w.i.ui m:idii ?. HJ?. uud the lurifp one liet'on.
. . n ... .
. Unit ,punU .J,'jni raol quarto jinxes imtri large
: mils . "w. r", . uJ.w .-!" " l".
i-!.v-,i! r.mi.rii Tin
, vllln, t.4l l( sueslou. Jf fiiibscjlliers w(
Ilf be euro
fllo all the numbers' rectiivf d by thrrl, I will
supply any flint may miscarry iu tho mails. Thi
work increases in value as it grows. Id. ' The first
.cvcnicen volume, will now command three times,
soiiio of the Kubneqncnt ouci twice, their orig
Tlio aubm-ription price for the Con?reiontil
Olobc (including th Appendix and tint law) lisix
Coiuplnt Indoxet W ill be inndo out nnd forwnr
ded to aubicribers soon aftur tlio se-nion i-i ended.
Suboribcrit for the Daily nhoiild hnvo their mon
ey hero T tho 5th, and for the Uiuijtrcaaiimnl Ololio !
... I, a I'ktU r.f I ln.iuiiilin 'I'll A iitin w an liar n 1. I
mpnny an order for either tho Dnily "or tho CW '
Kre.li...r.l Gh.be. Bank notes cunt where
subscriber reside, will be received at par. '
UT tiu ifiii) vi I'veiiimii nv in it-
JOHN C. RIVES.
JOHN C. RIVES. Oct., 29, 1853.
SALEM UNION SCHOOL.
enable the Itoard to lurnish nil who iioconio rstti-
jvllt. iu School with facilities for advancement.
I ,,i tilllsn to' be hid at any school whether
r.,. or . 'WuJ .. .1.;,; ,jf ,i,0 tutc'
puonv "r 1 " '
Thls School, which eommonced its first session
Aug. Kth, 1853, is now in successful operation, with
lifly foreign and two hundred and fifty distrct schol
ars in attendance a nunilssr w hich has more than
justified tho most sanguine expectations of its
Messrs. McClain and Markhatn will be contin
ued as Superintendents; tho former of the Cummer
ciul and High School Departments, tho latlcrof the
Mr. Freder. Polmesteh. who spent many year:
ns instructor In some of the best s. hools In (l.-rmnny
nnd w ho is well known here nsan alilo in.iiih nlul
experienced tcacur, is now engaged to enter the
High .-chool lA pnrtment, nt me commoncemeiit 01
the next term, nnd t ako chnrgd of Classes in the
I.atln, (Ireek, r reneh and Ocrinan Languages,
Arrnngements have been mnde by which Stn-
deutsenn, during each term, avail theinselvca of the
advantages of cnrofully prepared Sricii of IO
tures on Anatomy and riiysmlogy, illustrnte.l UT
an excellent French Manikin and Skeleton: and al
so ofa full course of Lessons in I'ennmnnshlp by
an accomplished Tenmnn, on moderato terms.
Those who wish to qualify thoniselves for teach
ing, have an opportunity of attending a well-conducted
Normal Class, and receiving ft regular
enursc of instruction on model of teaching, organ
izing and conducting schools, &: . . ,
That Compositions and Declamations may re
ceive duo attention, Literary classes are formed in
flic School, and ft well-organir.ed Literary Society
permanently connected therewith, A Debuting
Society is nlso in aucuessful operation.
A Committeo recently Appointed by tho Board
for that purpose, havo made arrangements by
which Students etui lie furnished with good board
nt Sl,.rirt per week. Those who wish to board them
selves can obtain rooms.
The School is furnished with a sot of good Chil
osotibiciil, Chemical and Astronomical Apparatus,
and n well-selected Cabinet of Minerals; also, with
Outline Maps, Anatomical Tlates, Ac, .Vc.
Theso advantages, added to those of a pleasant,
healthy and accessible locution, the influence of a
ninnil mid inti-lliicut eniiimiinltv. nnd tho efficient
llhlirj ,,( ,, r0rps of able and expericucod teachers.
In addition to the above I.angunges, the Course
of instruction embraces Orthography, Reading, in
cluding. Mandevill's Rending un Orntorv, Muutul
ftnd Written Arithmetic, (ieogmpby, F.nglish (Jram-
m". "nciii.iiiig analysis, ..iiurai 1 inioso,iiy,
I hemislrv. Itotnnv. Astrnnmnv. ttcoloffv. Ann nmv
'" -.'" J ' , , , I
and Tlivsioloev. HinU.rv, Mental nnd Moral I lnl-
osopby, Logic, Hook-Keeping tiy .-ingin ami i.u-
bin F.ntrv, Algebra, Oe inietry, Application of Al
gebra to tieoiin-try, Tlane nnd Spherical rrigon-
ometry, Surveying, CotistrtK'tion ol l ngnnuuimri
eal Tables, Coiiiu Senti.iiis, Spherical Ti-ojections
Deserititivo Ueoinetry, Mntheiiintical Thilosophv
uud Miuhomiiticiil Astronomy.
N. B. Lessons in Ten and Pencil Drawing.
Skotching, and Tainting in Water Colors, and also
on tho l lano, can bo had of competent! nstrtictun.
in our village, ou reasonable terms.
TUITION PER QUARTER OF ELEVEN WEEKS.
Kending.jreniiianship. Arithmetic English !
Uramniar, Geography, and Mayhcw's
B.Mik-Kcejiiiig, $.1,00 j
The elements of Algebra, fieometry. Histo
ry, Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, As-
tronomv, (ieologv, . Analoniv, Thvsiolo-
:-. " " ' . I.W
Tho Latin and Oreek Languages, the Higher I
Bran, lies of Mathematics, w ith their ap
plication to Natural Philosophy, Astrono
my, ii., 5,00
The French nnd C.crnian Languages, each, 2,."
The Winter Term will commence. Nov. 7th, 1 X;i:i
and contiiiuo 17 weeks; tho Spring Term, March
20th, 1H54, nnd continue 12 weeks.
Foreign Scholars will not be admitted for less
than half a quarter, nnd each one w ill be expected
to pay the tuition fortbistiiiin in advance. Should
a Scholar bo prevented by sickness, from attending
a b ill' quarter, un equitable proportion uf this fee
will be refunded.
Though scholars can enter the School nt any
time, they will find it greatly to their advantage to
commence w ith tho term.
We insert a few of the regulations which have
been adopted for the government uf Hi;.'h
1.1. II: Foreign scholars may, if they wish it,
study during tlio intervals between recitations, nt
their respective boarding houses, unless in conse
quence of iion-compliniico with tho Regulations of
the .school, tiiey 11 10 torbidden to do so by either
the Principal or tho Board. District scholars may
under a liko restriction, do tho same, if the Princi
pal and their Parents or Guardians consent there
to. 13. II: Scholars who aro Boarding in the v-1-lage
orvicinity for tho purposo of attending School
will bo required to conduct tlicuiselvon ns they
would bo expected to in a well regulated family,
and in a (juiot, peaccnblo and orderly community.
To meet tho increasing demand for such an Ed
ucation ns will qualify students for performing the
duties of the Counting Boom with accuracy and
dispatch, this Hcpartmeiit has been connected with,
tho School. In it the vnrinus branches of Book
keeping by Single and Douhlo Entry, Meroantilo
Computations, ex-,, will bo taught; n well-arranged
Sori.w of Lectures 011 Commercial Law delivered
by a Member of tho Bur; and and a full Courso of
Lessons in Penmanship given by un uhlo Instruc
tor. " ,.1
' In addition to going through tho text book
(Duirs BooksKoepiug.l bludeuU will bo required
to perforin Black-board and Manuscript Exercises
daily, Elovou weeks are considered nmjilo time to
complete tho course uf instruction in lino Depart
ment. . .
Mr. JlcC'lalu is 11 graduate' of. ono of tho, best
Commercial Colleges in tho West is well acquain
ted with tho Science. .f Accounts, uud in an experi
enced teacher of Book-keeping; we have no doubt,
therefuro, that his course id instruction is as thor
ough n tht given iu any Mercantile Establish
ment in the State. - ...
Tuition for the Course, ' . $20,00
Diploma, ' - , I 1,00
' Students can enlnr this Department At Any lime
when tho School is in session.
Ji'J (hrdcr of the Jlmtrd,-
JOHN HARRIS, Clerk.
GUODSAT XEW PRK PBKES H CLEVELAND
BUOOKE V WIIIX'NtV, I
: Wiioi xsai. DtALcks in Yankke Notions,
Faniiy Dry Ooodsroll kinds of Tailor's Trimmings
Jowiilry, Pockot Cutlery, German Silvuruiid Plated
Ware, , . . , .
, jl BANK, STREET, CLEVELAND,!
AT TUK sign Or Tne Live vanki k. ' lt ir ,
. From three to the tons of Flni"rier-weroV Vutilsd
fo lemninrfReinre'd wlbktWlY I ;
l Bank St., Cleveland.
August 2iith, I.'i3. .
THE Subucribem ftra junt receiving their Fall
stock of ' 1 ? . 1
DRY DOOns, GROCERIES, rEEflSWiIE, lif, i.
Also a largo assortment of Hoot and Show- t
Which they offcf nt tln-ir usually clitap rata, for
(,iwh of jiori.itbl8 t'rodiu-u.
W' .l,,r" "I" J' '?.u 'sueots
burner of Main T'
TOM I. IN. SON, STRATTUN 4 Co.
. . .. 1 1 .
Frtcin1jor Hth, 1"3.
AT WHOLESALE, .
NEW DRY GOODS JOBBING HOUSE!
, Corner vf llank tind Ctnttt Klr'di, ' '
('IXVr.l.AiD, OHIO. ' .,f
NORTH, FRKN'CH t STKRLIN'O havereemtly
opened a Dry tioods Jobbing House, are how re
ceiving large additions to their stock, adnpted to tht
FALL AS'I) mXTER Ttt.I)E,' f ,
and aro prepared to offer dealers unusual bargain.
the piece or package, and will guarantee to sell
cheap as the same qualities and classes of goods
can lie sold in Any ot the .astern markets."
Our stock consists in part of the follow ing Oood
to w inch additions are made through tin season;
IW lialci Jiro. Miccting ;
liro. Unlls ;
Shirting Stripes j
Flannel, scarlet and whluj
Hatting, various grades j
Carpet Yam ;
12ft Pieces French and American Broadcloths;
Overcoat Cloths ;
Woolen Vestings a ,
Extra rich " ,
Black and Fancy Cassiiuarei
Worsted Serges; .....
BTk and col d Tabby ViItiu; - '
Wide bl k Nilk; - e. r(.
100 Bales Cotton Wiekingt
120 " Cotton Twine ;
100 " Wadding, bl k and while; - ' ' "
fiO " Seamless Bags; ' '''"'
2.'. Ca.cs ltlea'd Sheetings And Shirtings) ..
10 " BI.-aM Drills:
10 CuTd Corset .fennsi ;,
fl " Silesians and Wigans j
1.1 " Sntinetts ; T
10 " Tweeds and Ky. Jennsi
fit) " American and English Prints;
Hi " " " M.DeLsJnt4
IS " Bl k and ooTd Alpaeeas j
10 " Coburg and l.voticse Clolhs;
10 " American an. f Scotch (jinghamit
12 " Linseys and Plaid Linings ;
10 " (lol'd Canton Flannels j
10 Bl k and nol'd Cambrics
5 " Irish Linens;
,'iOO Dozen Comforters ;
1")0 " Buck .Mitts and Cloves;
100 " Chamois Lined (.loves:
130 ".. Cashmere and other Gloves ;
SiO " Hosiery, various kinds;
SO " Shirts "and Drawers ;
l.V) Pieces Pongee Silk Hdkfs;
list " Cotton Flag "
1".0 " Linen "
::iio " Plain and Bard Cambrics ;
200 " Juroncts and Mull Muslim
300 " Book and Sw isi '
HX) ' Dotted " ' " '
SO cart'us Bonnet Riblkins; '
50 " Plain TafTtl large assoruaiat
., Saxony Edgings i
i . Cnp Bordering t .
Swiss Edgings and Insertinr :'
I ioien hi k ilk V oils
es 11-4 and 7-R Fig'd litres 1 -Fig'd
nnd Pluiu Bonnet Laee ;
Tnfdo Linen ;
Phi Dozen Huenbrie Toweling;
fiiKl Pieces Scotch Diaper various grades;
500 " Bl k Velvet Riblsms all widths;
.'ll") Bl k nnd col d (Jinips ;
; 500 Bay State Long Shawls At niAnufae-
turers prices ;
100 Brocha and other Shawls ; 1
Together w ith a complete assortment of Threads,
Buttons, Suspenders, Combs and staple Yeftkee
Particular attention is invited to our etoek of
Cloths Fancy Cassiuicres, Vostings And Tailor's
Clouds, us it is unusually Inrgc, and we are satisfied
wo can meet any market 111 prices. Merchants
visiting this city arc respectfully solicited to exam
our stock, and we w ill endeavor to make it fur their
interest to (leal w ith us.
NORTH, FRENCH 4 STERLING.
WATEK-CI RE AND INFIRMARY,
tor the Cart of rhronlr Diiratri.
I.o -ate 1 at fiii.w vii.i.e, Ltrntxi Co., O.. and rem
bines the iidvanta.'es of other good establishments,
a healthv location, n supply of pure water, gymnas
ium, a skilful lady in charge uf the female patients,
:i physician who has had an extensive practice of 2"
Females w ho hnvo been confined to their l ed.
unnble to walk or sit up for from one to twenty
years, in cnusf qiieneo 01 nervous, sjuluil, or uterine
disease, are especially invited to col rospniid w ith or
visit us. l uiversal success iu the treatinuiit of this
class of diseases has given us confidence, and we say
to all such, even though they have suffered much of
miiiiy Physicians, make ono mora trial. Terms
from !?G to $12 per week. Patients furnish towels
ami packing materials. Address,
W. iV. BANCROFT.
. Granville, N'ov. 5, '52.
J1A.HEY I ClKPEJiTEB'S PEESIl'I .
IS now completed, and rendy for reception.; We
havo gouo to considerable expense in fitting up, to
opornto with advantage, and with reference to the
comfort and convenience of those thc Hift.f favor
us with a call T in short, we are permanently lo
cated Our rooms are in the . 1 .,. ,
' AMERICAN' HOUSE, SLEI, Q.
Cull and sec us Vou will find our reception roonn
Can be surpassed no Whoro in the Sutler: One
CAMERA, is a powerful quick-worker. We war
rant our work. Likenesses ol till nges, taken Lirft
i.ikk, or no enmor! ! Our price rang from 40
cents, to 20 dollars. I Past experionoo, and present
advuiitagee, onablo us to take ll Lktnrnf, at
eery rewtonable liaten. Being, also, posted in all
the recent improvements of tlio art, our time and
cntiro attention shull le to render full satisfaction.
Sick or deceased persons taken a, their rooms.
Our motto, is EXCELSIOB. ., t
X. B. ' Persons wishing Pictures taken on Gal
vuniicd Plates, van du so w ithout extra charge,
li-sy Rooms ojcii from C o'clock, A. M., until 0
P.M. June 31s. 185.
7 The Sugar Creek Water Cure.
TWELVE niilos South of Massillon under the
cluirgo of Dr. Frciuo, is supplied with pure soft
spring water, aud conducted ou pure Hydropathic
principles. We give no drugs. They are only
hindrances to tho radical otire of disease.1 The sua-.
ocsh which has thus far attended our efforts to alle
viate tho sufferings of humanity, enables us to speak
confidently of tho virtues of pure toft tttiter, a pro
per diet, ' ' 1 -
Terms $3 in ordinary eases, payable weekly.
Dr. T. L. Nichols, of the American Hydropathic.
Institute, and Editor of tho Nichols' Iloulth Jour
mil, in noticing the Water Cure movements of the
country, my of us:
' Dr, Fries, a most thorough nnd energetic phy
sician, has a Water Curo nt Sogur Crook Falls, 6.
Ills trirms lire 'vorv. mniler&t. .nil' thArfl am ffw
inhmes'vvo nutild meommund with trreater ennlt.
idoin'o-l' J ......
rowu Co., II. ' n