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Miscellaneous. From the Pennsylvania Freeman.
BIGAMY AND POLYGAMY SANCTIONED
BY THE CHURCH.
Tn R Tin t is notorious tlmt Huptb-t churches nml
Associntionnat the South h ive repeatedly nml pub
licly decided tli:t shtl en nc arntod liy sale or lo
iniiviil, from their wives in- husbands, might in;n i v
ii tin , v it li m t imy violation nf llio law of llio
Church, Of of (.'Immunity: " such sopumrioii being
ciplivii'.ont lo ilc ith i " nil. I tli.it every slue Im 'hand
or wifii umv limn marry again as mien us tlio sepa
ration in rint-il. Wo have before it' piool tint n
tdmiUr morality prevails in tlio M.'ihod el Church,
iimlor its sanctum, nod it is iiltni tLor r.l .nt .! that
"annuo" lias established tlio same mural cnlc in
oilier sUvohohling i liurche'. indeed, tiii.i pollution
oi hi hi hardly ho mill to tlolilo n i linn Ii that had
already oinliriu'ed tlio whole slave system, with nil
Some two or two uii'l a h ill' yens ago, a nl.ive
holdet of Charleston, S. C, brought tn this Stuto :i
nmVO Woman and hortwoohildreii und emancipated
them. being unable 1 1 secure tlio..i thoir liccdi m in
South Carolina. This woman, l.ol'iiro her eimim i
pation anil since, has borne n l;!glt character h i
integrity uii'l intelligence, hor life bearing witness
to the divino iower uimI e.ieo'leuro of tho Christian
tilllll Hho hail ri'uoiu'il iix In r In iv nml I'm. to. Mio
W;U in.-iri'ieil (o lllisli.lll.l w holll uho hiloil w illl till1
ih'volioii of a Into villi:, un.i hiotlior thoy wovo
ini'inhcrri if tlio iMcilimlit Clinri h of ( '!mrh"tin :
nml It WA1 llio only i;iiof tlmt ihukonoil tlio Iniht
liriw of, hor joy tlmt h" w;is comratoil from him.
'J'ho oiii of F rooihini uiimIoii-o I hy hor !iuhani, IkI
liiilili of Its Hwuotiio.iH. lint Imr ho )noiiiiloi o.v-ri.-tlunn
til reatoro liini In hor nriii. Hy llio n.o.t-
iimu of frivniN, :iiriiiij:oii:oiit.-i wore iniulo fur his
)iiin'liiic from S).noiy, u.nl soii.o llni o huinlioil
ilolhirn wore oolloi to l tuwnnl that ohjoi t. Hor
luipc hrij-hli noil ; Ihu mtl i.-l' u-tion of hor hourl's
ycaiiiin ami hungor mh ihoiI ii'ino.t nt limul :
w lion tlio Hows fi ll ujmii hor liko u thnmloi Imlt,
mishit! uiol I'oiisiiimn to nhos all I or notii ipa
li..ns, that her lntl mil h.ol ni.irrio.l nm t lior wniiun.
Sho w nitu to him, in tlio uony of hor :..irit, ii'i
lirniiliti him for his false ami rinol minim t. At
tlio Hiinio timo sho wrote U his Class l,o;.lor in tlio
Chiuvli, to seiure his nml Iho Chiiii lt's niil in
lirinaiiin hor hushaml to ton llio sinl'uliu ss nml
rruelty of lii course, ami iinluoin him to iihait
Tlio Lcailor IniJ thooiifo l.efoio tlio clniroli, nml
nftoriviinls rotiirnc I to the hoai l-hrokon wife the
followins letter, uoiiitniinioatin tliuir view s of the
ease. VVo cniiiinenil llio loiter to tlio i nrolul c.:iin
iimrtoii of every nvuler. It is n signal ilhlration
of the moral ju'lliition nml ilouth w h'n li Mivny
lias wrought in the ehiin hos that h ive taken il in
the iiriim of their fellowahin :
CHARLESTON, May 26th, 1853.
I'r. H M in vM i I ilnly ti'i ciii'il your letter ilosir
init mo to inform yon of the reasons hy w hio'i your
liiislmiiit justilio'l his . roi out eonilm t. 1 regret,
iniloi'.l, that suili slnmhl el or lone hooii the ease,
hut eonsiilerin the oirrliinstanoos hy w hieli he is
Mirroiiinlo'l, I ::iiinot think him w holly tiiijtistilial le.
It is a fai't knoivn to you, that ho is mil muster of
his own time, nml oannot, tliorcforo, emphiy it at
lii will, lie lias l.een soiarati'il fioni you tw.i
years, ami lias not tlio jiisnil;lity of ever nain
hcuiiii! Von. It is out of his power to jr" to Von, il
(n di'i'iised. Conseiotti of this, ami having heen
nsiiiol of your eoiufort ami hiijuiiae 's, Ii? uniilnl
hiniflj' ' nf Ih'' iririV';'.' t!t- Ctit!i utlnta tt!l iniw.in
limiUnhi m'titutol, ami l"k to liim.it If unnluT vifi-.
It is natural t) iiiankiml to seek ami ilesiro emn
li inionship, ami when ilo;iriveil of this hi;;li niiil
ee hy eirouinstanoes heyotiil his eontrol, ami for
mi loni: ft time, hi! (mjiti''.i lit'ntlli it tviilmtff.
Nie.li uein tho enso it s( ems to mo tli.it one irnulil
Ik i'tiil'n)i'l!c if ho nought those pleasures of sym
Jiatliy ami eoinnnnionsliii in the liosoui of nnothor.
1'he preeeilent lie lias j;ieii leaves it optional will)
you to follow his example if desirous, Sympathy
nml charity cover n inullitmlc of sins, ami m lie.'.-,.'
ennol.l;ng (piivliticB of tlio miml this c.i e loudly
'i'liin't not. M i l im, from iv'i.ii T h ivo.ii:l, that,
it in m y wish to ilel'eml or justify him. It is my de
nim only to present the m ilter in n plain and ivas
onalile lijjht, and to reeoneile you to the change, if
fioHsihlo, Coueriiin his feelings and llie runt of
lis conduct, I iiiniiot aRiiro you of nnythinp; with
the certainty of truth, hut must leave y'uii to dc idc
us, in your in lament, his eotnliu t justilios you.
ilopin - that these considerations will meet due
farour, l am, with true regard, Yours,
) won v'e T"
Tho fei:ti:nPiits of tho u'jjvo Ic'.I.t, wliiih we
liavo taken tho liberty In mark wiili italirs, are
worthy of a rc-perusul, nml to ho indelibly written
in tho memory. Here is n plain avowal, by an olli-
(Or ot me ciiuivt', a leaner ami uaiiier oi its ineiii-
berK, tlmt the ihiweli "allows the privilege" of
bigamy or polygamy to "all persons simila.iy itu
nted " that the sepa'ation of hosbaod and wife,
n ised by Hhtvery, are a lifi.nil vitlnu-lnnnl ; am! that
other Hiib'tieiit lniiirines by the partieo are
pardo.nille." Jt w ill be buine in mind tlmt this
eh u iv h expresses no re;:ret for the reparation by
nan of what "llod has joined toetlur" thisiu
llietcil " w idnwliooil." it does not y pikt to a iieees-i-ity
it deplores, and is utiivin; to inert, fr'o far
froni it, tlio slave system, with its tr iflie in human
beings, its ineiviless snnilei inj: of families n:.. it.j
der i lation of s iulan l prostitaiiou of pu.ity.llu Is
its str.ui-e-t bulwark in tho eluin h. Tlio .t;t.iie
makes it le.il, cu-toiu in ikes it expedient, ni.iriie
proiioiiiuoi it necessary and prolitahlo ; but the
cliureti euiisei rates it as oiciir; llio especial object
of ll.'iiwu' favour, to usail whii Ii in ' intidelily
and Idasphouiy.'' It necks to p.crpetu.tto and ex
tend thu institution, to multiply is victiinx nml riv
et their chiiiiiH forever ; while daily witnessin;; iu
character ami remit-, aye, vviiileaetively l.clpiii:; to
form that character and prmluco thosu results,
Thus thin olf-Ktylcil christian church coumiiltg it
nolf bctm o thu world to the rihteousnesH of biga
my and polynamy . rimes bcvercly punishable un
Uur tlie lawn of all christian nations.
NEW HOLY ALLIANCE
The .YuWi A Mri Unit iVrVicis the representative
ml cxpouont of some of tlioso literary characters
mm menu oi mo exi.-teme oi a conservative party
in thin country. It looks with complacency on nil
things absolete, thinks Pemocracy a blunder, ami
uliivorjr O blessing, in a review of I nido Tout's
Cabin, it comes to the following conclusions :
vSlavorr, therefore, exists rightfully in thu south.
No rb'hu of the negro aro violated, except that ho
in Hindu slave. Hi right, tike that of all men, is
to ls govoruud lor his ou u bcuelit. Some even go
bo fur us to maintain that u social condition, fouud
il ou tho' cania principle, and modified tu suil the
ililferent eircauioi ices a relation more strict t urn
that of master luid apjiruntice, mid bus ecvcio and
js.TUi:inuut tluui Unit uf nluver' might, with eipial
justice and aiuuli advautago, Im introtiuml iutumnue
f Hit Xurtherm ttuttit iu rtlutiuu, nut wiy to nc
1ruct, Inil lu tlteallnni oi'Kiuuu.wi'S u7iu cioirduur
Our iuuuigriuit rni juJatum soon learns that stnvery
ku( iU kupKrtf r arc their natural foe. The ar
nniuut put fortti to kuntaiu lav cry would author
utli enstareinouk of the poor, th needy, the ig
Kutuut ; the anprutecti.il ot every uliuiute und vol
ar. Soaie of tlio advocates of the systcia in thin
coanrrj are open defender of Kurui ia i despotism
uniiLiUit lia-itatatoj iint their i pinion that the
bt tuf.oieni of Western Kurone ntiould bo reduced
to evfitoiu. Take, for exiunole, the folium in ex
trout Truss an editorLil in a late oniuleruf the Uieli-
Buau ( Vii.) EixtMiiitv ouo of the to-calloif Ueuiu
mjiia p.ipxe of the Suutti :
S1hoj- ii JoMtinct sunn to triiunpliaut TiQili
othua in tiil opinion of tfio world, rjaaucipiititju
f tha Ijfutis iv rewiltel in efin-trou failure.
Tn Browthi aaul imiiroreiuant of i Crmtia, and the
kmaii aivf eouteut of tee erf ; llio doendeoct
f .wuwtwra lloropo, aud lite nuitrarrtnuk nnd discun
taaa ejf bat tree (iiburara, raise the qaoMioa aol id
tfc pvoynatf. It of tbo noi enwtT of rifatery.
faWMtad imhiiu, in horrid afturnitlinv, have
fconawa tha nurauj euuditiua of VV'ustorn Kuroi.
A tsmarjl ' ixm ipei patf throctuaa a An tn empty
Wr nam iiav Bpakuinn lata tfia lup or Aimn icuv
KtatataarainMttatifckb oaiteraol iitartj iutiios
W eataraaf . .. t .
Jlara r m iJuIaly iuiimntail tbat ilia pr jr ity of
Banal fa Mrin j lt eerfcluiu of it tituaii,
wkW tba 4c faautasf Weatera ljrv.e I onuin tn
the freedom of its laborers; nnd that tlio iiiotinn
nolf forced Upon Hit" Wiirlil is, h il IH'I ifretmil, ill
inh r In tie ii"ii'. if tmiiih'inl, tlmt il u-niKiii'j
elumi.i i:ii!tl 4- ritlit'rfl ( This i tho doctr'nc il .
! U',,,M"K ,i"iu mil '
South, u warm nupi
1' tlx" Isuslcd I'cmooraeV "I I
, , il. A.lmoosiriitioii.
noin tno new iioiy
.ii.iaiu e .v"i inn ii i mim iff
. .... , . . ft
Hum, Soulism ,S'ilir
(io( KiiiKfun lrs,ti.-iH
XiiHhhhI ,'i h.
MURDER IN SUSSEX COUNTY. VA.—A
SLAVE WHIPPED TO DEATH BY
a wan enac
ted in Nisscx C. nnty. 'i ho lie In of the case, we
m e sure, me f tiil frc-h in the memory of the reader.
I hey are hi icily theto :
A" farmer, named Henry liir.Jsntijr, while n'eep-
his cliniuher with one el .'r '''I'" ";'":';'; '
Im I upon throiijrh mio of Iho winilovvH, at tlie ileaa ,
In ur of nifjit. Tho child mortally and thefii'hcr,
ta-rioiisly wounded. The slaves three in number,
if our recollection serve ns implicated in the.
attuii', wcro condemned nml exoeuted for the olleiise.
Min e the nvcurreuee of thin ttngedy, Mr. Uirdsoiin
has excreiM'd the uln.ost rip with his servants
lie had been regarded, an we learn, lis n "hard
master," IcroretiiiMittempt upon his life, ami ime
that event has not thickened tlio reins. Korsnine
months past, it seems, lie had been in the habit '
ro'iuirin eueh servent on the planlnlioii to report1
i u- . .i i ii i 1 . . i.. i
iimsc I at t in il c n-lou-c, at in enilv hour
each iiitcht. On 'I'lmrsdiiv evenino hi-1. the iieirrors
failed lo reii.nt themselves. This in t of insiilmrdi
milieu tired the jealous miml of Mr. II., nml lie
determined to make an example of tho first fellow
ho made his mipearain e. Shortly after dark one
of his servants called at tho dwelling to obtain bis
master's shoes for the tairooso of iilackinii theui.
I jion making his appearance in the chamber, Mr.
Ii. culled him to account for disobeying bin order,
renin'' chastisement, the nero rati out of the
I ,1 . 1, 9 II I 1.1... 1 ... il.. I!...- I.!... ll....
nonve. .o r, i ioiiow en nun, oiu iiuiiiiil; nun ion nvei
of foot, he put a ferocious bull dog upon tho track I
..r the fugitive, and noon had tho mivngo nati-factiou I
of seeing the dog tear nud lacetate the poor fellow, j
Mr. IWrdsong then tied the slave, nud beat Mill no
iinniercilully us to cause ue.itli in a lew lioiirn.
The facta itttending tin) ease ei ining to tho knowl
edge ot tho Coroner i f tho Comity, a jury was
summoned, nml an impiest held, which resulted in
the finding of il verdict, that tlio deceased came to
his death by sundry blow s, etc., inllicled I v his
master, Henry llinlsong. A warrant was issued '
for the arrest of liir.lsong, which was executed on
Thursday. ThoaociiMd was iinnieilinti'lveoiivcvod
to the County jail and neeured. T,r ' I'ilhl.iinjh
.V'iri.', (to wiiich journal w e aro indebted fo the '.
lads) we iiiiilerstaiul that the negro was most cm-
..iK- i ..,..1 i .,.,. ,,., ..i't.;u, . i.,., :,...
been knocked entirely out
' l l ' . v... .. .... ,.
A ilhiu a few days, two gentlemen have called al
the Anti-Slavery ollico here, both of whom declar
ed themselves hlave-hoblers one from l.oui -iuiia,
the other from Virginia, 'Iho whole appearance
and manner of (he former w as manly and pleiiMiig.
lie conversed w ith us, on tho nubioct i f idavcry,
nearly two hours, lie said that, in the part of
Louisiana where ho lived, there was a strong ami
growing teelmg in fatorol some Mate action by
winch tlio comliiion ami treatment nt st ives rlmum
be ameliorate J. Hu reprobated, wiih nppa:ei:t sin
cerity, every cruelty practised towards tin: slave,
including their sale and the separation i f families;
although lie was slow to admit the probability of ll.e
entire abolition of the system, lie did not explain
how human beings could be held as cowi i, and
yet he exempt from lialulity to sale anil separain n.
Hut we thought we saw indications of a rpiiit in
this young nun from which much good might be
expected. Willi regard to the other, w c had Icn
opportunity to bee
mo a.-.,uintcd wilh h but he
e.xprc-M'il nituiC't in llie niiti-nluvcrv ili 'i cssion
now tiling forward. Hoth tlue men had culled to
see Mr. Garrison, and evidently desired nn oppor
tunity of full conversation witfi him. The world
iimves. Kveu the South does not wholly keep back.
The moral elements have not been iigita'tcd for noth
The November number of Viilimm' MmiHilii
contains the Mibioiued lilies attributed to the pen of
Mrs, James Hunscll Lowell, whose recent death linn
airenuy i ecu irocoriteii in tins paper, lliey were
written but a few weeks previous to that event;
PLACE DE LA PUCELLE.
Here blooms the legend fed w ith time nn.l chance,
Fre h ns the morning, though in centuries old;
The whitest lily in the shield of Frame,
Willi heart of virgin gold.
Along this square she moved, sweet Joan of Arc,
With face inori pallid than a day-lit star,
Half seen, half doubted, while before her, dark,
fclrctched tho array of war.
Swift furled llio b:itilc-.-mol;c of lying breath
From oil' her path, ns if a wind had blown,
And showed no faithless king, but righteous death
On the low, wooden throne.
He would reward her; she who meekly wore
Alike her gilded mail nml peasant gown,
Meekly reciived one earthly honor more,
The formless, fiery crow n.
A whilo dove trembled up the healed nir,
And in the opening zenith found iln goal;
Soft as a downward feather fell a prayer
For each repentant soul.
A MONUMENT TO YOUNG IVERSON.
We havo received a copy f f a circular that has
be.ui issued by a Committee of the citizens of
Chicago, with rcfereiuc to tho project of a monu
ment to Iho memory of voting Iverson, who it will
be rooolloet.nl, chose rattier to die than to bo dis
honest. Tho story of his moral heroism is thus
On the Oth day of Aujjust last, a parfy of rowdy
hoys, in m loiirtccn to eighteen years of aire, at
tempted to force a little boy, about ten years old.
iiauicii ivuiiu iverson. in steal fruit lor lliciu Irom
tho irnrdon of Panic! Id toii. K: u.. of this city,
On his persisting to refuse to steal, they "ducked"
mm in me river nit no was iirovvncil. lie wan a
of ono of our most estimable .Norwegian eiti-1
ions it meinlur ol tlio .kvniijielienl Lutheran
v nuren. ins nine son, was ciireiiuiy instrue eU iu,
mo principles oi v in isiuiiuir, lie was so intelligent
and had given mich decided evidence of piety; tlmt
lie bad beoti adnniteil as a member id the some
church. His place in iho Sabbath School was never
vacant, and bis lessons were always learned. Such
was this noble boy.
A proposition to erect a monument to Ids memory
with a. subscription of ten dollars came from Xatluiii
V. i'.iy, Ks.p, President if the Peter Cooper Insur
ance Company, of New York; and wax necoiided
by Thomas II. Uryiuir, KVfp, of liiis city, wild a
nuuMcriiuion of one hundred dollars. The under
signed havo Icon appointed a eouiinitteo by a meet
ing of ciiu.en September flth, to take this matter
in charge. As others may wish to contribute to
creel a uiouuiuoul to that imldo litllo Norwegian
Isiy, who would ratier die than steal, we respect
fully request thono paper that hare copied tlmt
incident, and nil others, to give this uu insertion.
M ho winliOH to help perpetuate the priueiplo, to
maintain which tHi titltu hero lust his life? Con
tributions amy be sent to the Treasurer, S.L. Itrowa,
Ksi, Chicago, III. They w ill leduly uckuuwledgeii
in the Chicago pariern.
It is (loniinhlo tliut at least one thuitsund dullarn
ili.,,i, i r.. ,...ti..i-,r fir.. t ....... ..... ,:..... ,i...,
sum nnVM be appropriatclr meiF. The committee
. vu . ... .v.. fcv,., ,uu,vm..4vi,, v.-u,iu,sa,,i(.i
ti"Twv wiili mv miinrui hi iiif v u.iiuvu uu,ii:ii,
.r.l. .1... ..... -.r .1..
loeroci iiiaiuonuiueTK urainoueoi tneiiuuue nouiucs
oi me city.
. . . - -
tfie rtUcti., ef the duly oa Iron of all kinds tu 20
i'"'"" "7 r. J. ii t
reeninnee'l tfcal buit, lye ritelis, BianiKriur. am
l ...L..,,. Ik l ,.l , 1... .lll ..I
ithee funifturo woods, mir Silks crnde I'rii 's and
Iraien,r,r put on the lice l!f.
THE DAYS THAT ARE GONE.
BY CHARLES MACKAY, L. D.
"For t least n tl sand yearn, tlio whole couu-
it for a
noeiiic.l ill " nmn mm ..
',... l,.i. Ins lift o l. lor. or coooi I'm:
, , ' , , . . i ,i. -.i -,,
."siunll nninuii ii.kiiow ieoKi.i.-o., ...... ............
livp.l on with little exei lion nml no care. llitfium
, in lii'ttis JavI'Vs .Sliilliiii) Mnijiiiiiii:
Who is it that mourns for the days that tiro Rone,
When a Noble could do ns ho liked with his own?
When bis serfs, with their liurdenn well filled on
Never dared to complain of the weight of " ti T
When his wold was n stalule, his nod wnn a Inw,
And for auKht but his "order" lie cared not n
Whl.n ,,,,.1, had his du.iROon and rack, for the
ni jribhet to linng a refractory boor?
t1Pj WCVo days when a man Willi iv Thought in
f ,),0 p(1plar liato;
" ',M 11 11 . . , ,
And if 'twere a thoiiolit that was good tor Ills
'J'lio man wan ton vile to bo left uncoiifined :
. . ,. . . , !
I he davfl w ho i obcilience in rilit or in w nm ;,
as always llie sermon ami always me wing .
When the People, liko cattle, were pounded or
And to scourge them wnn thought a King's license
They wcro days when tlio Sword nettled fpicnlionn
or l ight,
And falsehood wan first to tnonopolir.e iw ;
.... , a .. pl . . i ... i
" "": ."""'" "
And the gion'.cr tho tyrant, the dearer the lord;
When the King, w ho, by myriads, could number
Wan considered by far the most worthy to rctgn j
When the fato of the multitude liung on Ids
A god in his life and a saint in his death.
They were davs when tlio headsman was ulwayn
' , , , , ,
1 ''n ,jll,, k Kyrr ready tins axe over bared ;
When a eorp-e on the gibbet aye swung to and fro,
n, t,u ;ru Ht
the stake never smouldered too i
When famine and ivge made a woman a w itch,
To I o roa.iled alive, or be drowned in a dit. lt i
When dillcreneo of creed was tho viloft of crime,
And martyrs were burned half a k. oio at a time.
They were days when tho gallows ntood black in
The larger the tow n the more plentiful they ;
When Law never dreamed it was good to relent,
Or thought it less wisdom to kill than prevent l
Whca Jin tice herself, tal.mg Law fi r her guide,
When Justice herself, tiil.iiii: Law fi r liei
Was never appeased till a victim had died ;
And the stealer of sheep, and Iho slayer of men,
were strung up together again and again.
nv were davs when the crowd had no freedom
And reading an I writing were out of its reach ;
When Ignorance, stolid and dense, was its doom,
And ill '.it ry swathed it from cradle to tomb,
i When the Few thought tho Many were workers
i n -
To uo them, nnd w hen they lind used, to contemn;
And the Many, poor fools, thought the treatment
And craw led in the dust at tlio feet of tho Few.
.No the Present, though clouds o'er her counten
Has a light in her eyes, nnd a hope in her soul,
I v,,) ue ar0 t,
oo wise, like the liigols to mourn,
For the darkness of days that shall never return.
Worn out, ami extinct, may their history serve
As a beacon to warn us whene'er wo would
To slum the Oppression, the Folly and Crinio
Tlmt blacken the page of the llocord of Timo.
Their Chivalry lightened the gloom it is true,
And K- nor and Loyalty dwelt with the Few;
Hut small was the light, and of little avail,
Compared with the bla.o of our and our
Success to that blaze ! May il shine over all,
I Till Ignorance learn wilh what grace sho may fall,
I And lly from the world with tho sorrow she
And leave it to Virtue and Freedom of Tiicu;;ht.
From the Daily Register.
)' I ' ' .V wore gouiecs. in lime me lanat
non ics cat ried their point iu their own oiiuutry, but
Ktornal vigilauco is the price not Only of liberty
for nations but of safely for editors. Purine the
last two days when an inlluci.za has controlled un
rather more than wt'.lmit' our columns, our corres-
noliileiits linvi, i'i o ,. i, ... I ll. :..... t....
I- .... . w ...io.iu tllll.1,111 lUlllll'llilOl Ulll
heard.'. A serious attack has been uiado oil the.
iioii-committiiliMii of tho Ui iiUtrr on tlio moment-
ous ip.iestioii of shaving or not shaving.
othcus, "lied Heard," nml 'Soap" know
uicjr nie uoing : no lliey Know Unit tlio liuiiiau
rm e has been divided on "this ..piestiou since a very
reniotu period ? and that we cannot settle it iu this,
tity, or indeed in this generation t
lu tho 1 rst n ol .... , ..!.,. .... it...
suoiig-iuiiiucu women. liut even uiev wcro not
orazen cnouirli to insist on beiui: entirely lurofaroih
j ''u'.v trimiued the corners of the beard ; in modem
,,lm 11 "io rest oi tlio uncut. .Moses put
au end to all Intrigues on the subject by issuing an
iu,.-i, vseu I.. j.cmucus:j tenner snail iiiou mar
the conieni of thy beard." Nothing slant of death
in the family, or some other great grief ever led mi
ancient Hebrew to sl ave. llo would tarry ut
Jericho six mouths rather than bo seen w ithout
a I card on tho fusliiounblo promenades of Jeru
salem. Iu early Gieece, barbers wero unknown. The
shaving tbei ry was not generally discussed in that
country until iho reign of Philip. This monarch
stmvi.il , mill liis sun t I..w,ii,.I..k 1 ..:.... .. .
iiiim who went nhoii.l when I,.. . i.
riabt. called a halt on entorinir Into A'. .. i.t. i.
army, und would not stir till he had Lad every
soldier clean shaved. Plutar
h i.. i.i.l i ... ...:.
ami Secretary Dolilini, who keeps a Plutarch
under his nilluw, uo doubt had Alexander's older
iu view when ho issued his famous circular on
Vitrrro. Iho historian, tells us that tf.ei
burl ers iu Home until the year J.i l of tl,e lieiiub-
iic, when one was inuggfiHl iu from Sicily. A
ciiuni uiuvioii oi ins stale. ueiit is the lact that Hu
man fciutiiUs anterior to that period are all be .1 dcd.
At liist, tho young Koumn oidv triiuuusl uT. i
but, ono Muniing, Scipio Africauus, ho thou.d!
n, - .....,.wn. iiiiinrii.
u ulJ "Py "p'i'f d, liko Kvei ett, tu lead the ,.i,l
'""" ' uuy. appnueu m thP Senate elotc
- - - - ..('j'v.ii .-, m llie OOlUUO CllltC
n mwo u e:t , Cato ami oilnn
...... I : . ! . t -l . -
.-..i.uini rituvu aim wricueU: but t :o day was
I Adrian wore a hoard Lwauso l.o 1, i,I w.Vvu . . : '
'.. ...;.. I. .1.. L' ,. r
u ir ""I" uuiii could no ;ibiile.
Several Liuiieiors utter L in iii,.,l i.. ,...i. .... n
fushioe of livnrd wenrino .lot;,.,, ii... i. ... . ..
' went far an to write a si iiot safin .r!,,.i
party hud evervtliiiitf" its on n way. Men
ired to lay violent hands on an ornuuient nrovM-
I by nature; it seemed sacrilegious. The Anti-
card Party had its origin in Kgynt and wan ad-
ittcd by the respc-tnble society of that country
l, :,.,..ua '..c iv .. ,r. i i... V J
mrJ WH. ..V.I-V.. VI 1I,,I.111B 1U.UIVH OV IL I II VV
shaving, Hut. his efforts wore of no nvuil; shav
ing liml grown into n niitionnl ciiotom, nnil a cus
tom will defy the hardiest reformer ; it wcro easier
to intrniliii'O Mexico into the I'ninn tlmii the
llloomcr costume mining Indies, nnd to ubulish tlio
"peculiar institution" than tlio ntove-pipo lint,
The Christinn Church coiitimied its: oppoitio
to shaving ns Into ns tho beginning of tlio ninth
century. Wearing tho beard w as one wny of pro
claiming to Iho world their prntcstntioii ngaiust
tho Pagan ctvilir.ntion. Tho Avottolir Cnnilitiilioii
formally enjoin n long beard, Inpmlrt pralrren nun
Imibiv piliiin rnrriimjitrr, book 1, eluip, 81, St.
Clement, tho llomnii, cites l.cvitil u.v, and hurls
nnathcinas nt every shaver, on tho ground that
God created man in his own Imnee, anil that it Is
nncrilegn to reap the chin. St, Clement, of Alex
andria, St. Jerome. St. 1 yiirinn, 1 ertulhan, nnd the
lothor Fathers of the Chuieli condemned those w ho
shaved ns disfiguring themselves in order to coin
' ..i :,i. i.- ....... .v.... ,.r ...!
effeminate civilization. Tho Carthii'te Council, in
It'.W, ordered tlmt clergynien uhould wenr short
hair, nnd long beards, (f.Yrro iis ncc cuiihiui nuti iiit
hit tn rl, i in fol'il, ennon 4 I). This order was re
newed in tho sixth century by Iho Council of llar
eelonn. Hut tho Wostern Church, like Iho Kmpe
mrs was obliged to yield to tho oinnipotonco of
fashion. About the beginning of the ninth centu
ry, Popo t.e.i, the Third, shaved. This net w as the
signal of n furious dissension, w hich lasted nearly
eight hundred years, nnd on several occasions
barely failed to produce the most serious schisms.
From lliut time, however, with the exception of mi
ephemeral reaction in tho sixteenth century, the
Western Church nnd Western civilization have
been d!tinguinhcd by tho shaven chin ; w hila the
Greek Church nnd Oriental Civilization have re
joiced in the flowing beard.
For a century or two nfler t.eo, tho Patriarchs
at Constantinople continued to excommunicato the
clergy nt Iho Hoinidi Church for shaving, while
the latter professed to be indilVcrent to tho subject.
The Council, held in lUol, at Limoges, France,
ordered the clergy In sh iie, bit! did not inako it a
matter of rcliidou doctrine. In allusion to the
IMT ll. OC 1 , 111.11 , -in,-, H 3 1,, It III .1,1 I 1,11'.
rigidity of tho Greek Church on the opposite side
ol the ouestton, tl:o Council nanl "Ami 111 this,
they (the Greeks) cannot blame us, nor wo tliem."
Hut Gregory tho Seventh would stand no trifling
on this sub'cct. In li'V I, be culled a Council at
Gironnc, which prohibited beards under tho sever
est penalties. Some of the clergy resisted, nnd,
unioiig them tho Archbishop of Cagliari, and his
subordinates. Gregory wrolo to iho prodostut
(l"!Mi) "We command you, lit the name timo to
oblige all tho cecle-iastics under your jurisdiction
to shine, nnd to cmli-catc the property of the
recusants to the profit of tho church of Cagliare."
This same Gregory formed a leigne with the Ihike
of Sai'diana and other sovereigns for tho purpose
of a war of cxlerinin.'ituiti against the beard.
We have said that, in the sixteenth century
tlicro was mi ephemeral reaction. It was ilue in
part to the revival of nneictit learning, and of mi
I..."..!!...".. io. ..... i. iu ..ii, moo, in .,ni , ..,
tho general relaxation of ecclesiastical ibncip inc.
, ... , "r.
and llonting beard, but it came near proving Jus
Il the clergy had opposed the nitniiliirtinn
of nhaving, they opposed the rc-.iitrouuetion of;
beards with oi, mil violence. lor two centuries,
the Pones tried in vain t carry their point. Al
last, in 1 7' Hi, Clement the Kleveiith, sacrificed his
inoustai lies to the pea -e of the Church, nud the
general etiiptelte of Kurope.
Sitne that time there have been vnri his attempts
lo relive the fa-hion of wearing the beard. None
'of them have I cell Miecesful. Throughout the
w hole of the Occident, bare faces uro the fashion,
ami a long beard is a siiro sign that the wearer
wishes to rebel against the leading influences of
lawyers, leading merchants, nnd
clergymen shave; while street preachers, wninans'
rights men, mormons, litlibustcrs, and lied l!eptil
licann have n contrary tendency. We aro aware
lm a, "r"K "l"."' !" "
i,i:iiiv vr.il ii.i loei'iciiiis t.i lii-ni" our lin.irils mill
defend' them ; but wo would respectfully inform
them, without waiv ing our iion-conuniltiilism nn
tho merits of tho controversy, that they nro under-
tak'uig a llercul lue.in task, if they wish to upset a
fashion. All the lou.-erv ntisiu iu the country will
frown upon such nn attempt.
DIRGE FOR AUTUMN.
warm sun is failin;
bare boughs are si
the bleak wind is vva'ling,
ghing, the pale llowet i are
And the ye if,
On llie earth her death-be I, iu a tditoud of leaves
Come months, come away,
l'n in November to May,
In your saddest arrav ;
Follow the bier
j Of the (lead cold year,
And like dim shadows wiiich bv her sepuh her.
' Tho chill rain is falling, tho nipt worm is craw ling,
j Tin; rivers are swelling, fhe thunder is knelling
j For the year ;
j The blithe swallows are flow n, and tho
To bis dwelling ;
Como months, coino away;
Put on w bile, black und gray,
Let your light sisters play
Ye folluw thu bier
Of tho dead cold year,
And nciko her erave ereen with tear on tear
i 1 ' a "".kl'u ." '"" w"!u "u V mo '"-''!
!lua 'l '.l'ml'''.'tV onacrstoou one of tho
, .V"-""1, ' 0'l'". "KO-uhoad
America -ol oi.g America. He is u yu,,g
"- ,s '""" "'-
lux own wny in the world m lull icliutico on his
Hremcr, in her work on America, lias the
, . , , . . ,., , , , ,
I ""-i A " i" o o .V'.i n iiuio iiooui wnai
ow it power, slops ut nothing, turns h'u back on no
thing, nuns Hunting unpossHiie, goej tiuviigii ev ory
thing und conies out uf everything, always the
smile. And if he falls ho immediately gets up
ngain, und nays, "No matter 1" If hois unsuc
cessful, ho siivh, " Try again!" "Gouhoiid;" und
never stops till bo nueceodn. Nay, ho does not stop
then. His work und will is always tu bo work,
building, beginning fresh, or beginning something
new always developing, extending himself or his
country; nud Homebody has raid, with truth, that
nil the enjoyments of heaven would not be able to
keep nn American in ono place, if ho was nuro of
finding another mill further west, for then ho must
be off to cultivate and to build. It is tho Viking
spirit again i not the old Pagan, hem ever, but tho
Christian, which does not cumpicr to destroy, but
lo ennoble. And lie does not do it wilh diflieitlly
ami with sighs, but ibiei full r and wilh good emu'
J"l?" - He call sing Yankee Poodle even iu his
" m,',Y not go thin way then it will
"... .... ..io. inn iiii ii vvei v-
liiiugto innoB iiaceounr. tie has, Iiefure he ren h-
es middle life, been u schcolmaater, farmer, law-1
yer, noldier, iiuthor, nliilesmar. lain tried cvorv
mi.u vi proicsMi'ii, uno nun Cecil at iii mo tu t hi1
l.:...i ..i' . . v.. .. :. i i . i i . . . .
all J and besides all tbi.i, he has traveled over half,
or over the whole of (he World. Wherever In!
men on tho face of the earth, or iu whatever cir-
'"" ru.-..i.i.:,i i,, a mu loui.-uiicioiis-
. .,., .,:.. I. , ,.;,.. , -i ., ..
....... ,, uio mm online tuui uuiiiioii . liini is
.' "7 "? "VV "ho can rely upon himself; ud
J,""1UU 18 l'tllo K-eat liuliou dosignovl to
u' K' itest upon the lace ol the earth."
Tm It.,,....,.. ,.f il .r.,:i..i ti..i.. . i - i.
- . .... u .. ... ... a . ii , ,-ii.-b ll.ll tl l,i, ll
ci ,.h.s-,.,.ii.., ;,i. ...i c.....i .. .r '
IO, .?, . i . i :"' '. . '" ' .Ullv? UJ
- "n"u l
i nnd M'utmurios, in twenty,
le -l.'.'Iili cludciits, an average
nine ot w liu h Ihiie al
o liN stiulcnl to each seminary, Tho oldest ()
their colleges is ut Wilbnthani, and was founded ju
iheyear Kit by iho Hoc. WilLiir Fi-k.
SALEM UNION SCHOOL.
gonra io iiooiuoiry, i nitio anil rpuerieai lrigon-
j m(,trv. Surveying. Construction of T rigonoiuetri
rum. TaMi. C.nic .Scrti.mm, Spherical Projections,
IVseriptivo Geometry, Mathematical Philosophy,
,,, Mathematical Astronomy.
This School, which eonimoiieed its first nnion
Aug. Hth, lMiil, is now in successful operation, with j
lifly foreign and two hundred and lifty distrct nchol-1
nrs in nttenihinee a liumber w hich bus more than
justified tho most galigiiino expectations of it.-,
Messr, McClnin nml Marklinm will be contin
ued as Superiiilemlentn: tho former of tho Cummer
villi and High School Jlepnrtinents, the latter of the
Mr. l'leder. Polmesleli, who npent ninny years
ns instriiclor in some of the best schools in Ijoriininy
and who is well known hero an an nblo linyniil nud
experienced tntrlirr, is now engaged tn enter the
High .School Pepartiueiit, nt tho commencement of
the next term, and take chargo of Classen in the
Latin, Greek, l'roncli mid German L.Migungos,
Arrangement have been made by which Stu-
dentncaii, during each term, avail themselves of the
advantages of a carefully prepared Series of l,ec
tnres on Anatomy nml Physiology, illustrated by
an excellent French M finikin nml Skeleton; and al
so of a full coiirso of losnnim in Pcniunnmdiip by
an accomplished Penman, on modern to-terms.
Those w ho wish to ipialify themselves for teach
ing, have an opportunity id attending a well-conducted
Noriniil Class, nud receiving n regular
course of instruction on modes of teaching, organ
izing nml con lading schools, c,
Tlmt Compositions and l)eclaiuntiiiiin may re
ceive duo attention, 1iterury classes aro formed in
fhe School, and a well-organized Literary Society
permanently connected therewith, A Jlebating
Society is also in successful operation,
A (.'ommilteo recently npiioiiited by Iho Board
for that purpose, havo made arrangements by
w hich Students can be furnished with good bo nd
at 11, .'ill per w eek. Those w ho w ish to bonrd them
selves can obtain rooms.
Tho School is furnished with n not ofgood I'hil
onotihienl, Chemical nml Astronomical Apparatus,
and a well-selected Cabinet of Minerals: also, with
Outlino M ips, Anatomical Platen, Ac, &e.
Tliee advantage, added to those of a pleasant,
healthy and acces .able location, tho influence of u
moral and intelligent eoimn'inily, mid the efficient
labors of a corps of able and experienced teachers,
enable the Hoard to furnish nil w ho beooino Stu
dents in the School, w ith facilities for advancement,
eipial to those to be had at any school, whether
public or private, in this partof tho State.
In addition to llio abovo I.nnguages, the C'ourne
of instruction embraces Orthogi uphy, Heading, in
eluding, Mandeviirn Heading an Oratory, .Mental
and Written Arithmetic, Geography, Knlish Gram
mar, including Analysis, Natural Philosophy,
CI:Oi,iil I'l' It .In. ,v l,i.ii..iii. It,w,t...r,' A i,.l.,i.Ti-
llml physiology, history, Mental and Moral Phii-
nsoptiv, Logic, liook-Kcoping hy Single anil lou-
, j.;,',,. Algebra, Geometry. Application of Al-1
X'. 11. Lessons in Pen nnd Pencil Ihaw ing. I
Sketching, nud Painting in Water Colors, nnd also
on the Piano, can be had of competent'! nstructors, i
iu our village, ou reasonable terms. j
TUITION PK II (J U A UT Kit 0 F K L L V V. X W F. I i ICS. '
It ending.. Penmanship, Arithmetic. Knglish
Graniniar, Geography, und Muv how's
Hook-Keeping, '" " I?.'!,IMI
The elements of Algebra, Geometry, Histo
ry, Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, As
tronomy, Geology, Anatomy, Plivsiolo-
gy, A -., ' .,li(l
The Latin and Greek Languages, ll.e Higher
Ibain lies of Mathematics, with their im
plication to Xatural Philosophy, Astrono- j
my, &e., " 5,H)i
KXTKA CHAliGICS. j
The French and German Languages, each, W.oO
Tho Winter Term w ill commence Nov. 7th, IS3II
mid continue 17 w eeks; tho Spring Term, March j
'J'tli, lH.il, and continue PJ weeks.
v, ;, r .;n ..i .. l. ..:,,.. i ii... i. .. '
than haTf a nailer, nnd each one will bo expected
to ii iv the tuition for t i st nie in nilv.iiiei. SI,,,, .11
a Scholar In
. . " . - - -
prevented by Meknoss. fi oni nlleuding'
a lull' i
tu trter. an euuitab e i.ri.iiortioii of this f,..-.
will be refti'ide 1
... . . .
1 noiigii si liolars can enter the School at any
time, they w ill liml il greatly to their advantage to
commence with the term.
We insert a few of the regulations which have
b"eu adopted for tho government of High School
1-1. II; Foreign scholars may, if Ihcy wish It,
study during the intervals betw een lei i'lationn, nt
their respective hoarding houses, unless iu eonne
iptence of noii-eninpliaiice with the lobulations of
the School, they are forbidden to do so by cither
the Principal or the Hoard. Pislrict scholars mav
under a like restrict! do the same, if the Princi
pal and their Parents or Guardians consent there
to. If. II: Scholars who are Hoarding in the v'l
higo or vicinity for the purpose of attending School
will bo roiiiirei to conduct themselves ns they
vvoiild bo expected to in a well regulated family,
and ill a tjuict, peaceable und orderly community.
COM M F. ltd A I- 1 KPA UTM KXT.
To meet the increasing demand for such an Kd
ueation as will ipialify .students for performing the
duties of tho Counting llooni with accuracy and
dispatch, this Department has been connected with
tho Sdiool. Iu it the various branches of Hook
Keeping by Single an I Poublo Kntry, Mercantile
Computations, ,tc, w ill be taught; a well-arranged
acnes ot Lectures on Commercial Law delivered
by a Member of the liar; and and a full Course of
Lessons iu Penmanship given bv an able Instrue-
In addition to going through tho text In
(Dull s Hook-Keeping.) Students will bo rcouired
to perforin Hlack-board and .Manuscript Kxereises
daily. Kloven weeks nro considered amide time to
emato the course of instruction in th!o IVA-,
Mr. M.CIain is a graduato of ono of tho bent'
Oointucrcial Collegia ill tho Wost is well uconiuiu-i
ted vvith tlio Seienco of Accounts, and in an oxperi- j
teacher uf liook-Kuepiiig; w o havo no doubt, I
ii.i,.. umv ins couise oi iiisiruciu n is nn tnor -
ougti ns that givou in any .Murctuitilo Kstitblish'
nielli in mo ,-stato
'Tuition for tho Courso,
Htudoiitri can enter this Ilepnrtiiient at any timo
when tho School in in se-ihiou.
..... il.n C.I 1 :.. ! :. .. "
1J Order fifth llntnl,
JoHS HAIililS, Clcrh:
UUUUSAT JiLW VUI.K IRIt liS J.N tlEVtUXD
Wll It.KS.VI K IIkvI.KIIS YlVkirr VnTl.iVJ
,. ,, . ,, , . ,
i ''"7 i, l","VA. "I1 kl" V "f ' ' 'I'luiiiigs
1 y l'-lo0 ' orui:m Silv
or ami I latod
. ... 's .
U HANK STl'.KKT, CI.i: KI.ANn,
AT TIIK SKIN OF TIIK UVfS V.VNKKK.
Fmin threo to tlv o tons of Flax per woek wanted,
to bo ni.uuilacturod into Flnx Cotton.
HliOOKi: .1 WIUT.NKY,
41 JUnk St., Cluvelaud.
August 20th. 185,5.
Xiuih Suit .Wiiu-tit., J,m Jixic ll'e.U if Salem
JlmikStrnv, Sulthi, (!iit.
Coats, Vests, Pants, Mado to Order nud War
ranted to Giio .Sitisfkctinii.
Tho Tailoring Husines i in all his llraiieliiv, car
nod oil il heretofore.
AMF.UICAN HOl'SK, SALKM, 0. ,
, h i v .(, .
U ,i,,J rUCr,i'"X :
Can be nurimned no where In tho State. Out'
CAM Kit A, i a poworful iniiek-worker. We wnr
ouced rant our work. Likenesses of all ages, taken uns, ,
NEW GOODS'. .
TIIK Subscribers aro just receiving (beir Fall
DRY Clions, GROCERIES, qiEENSWJRB, kf, kt.
Also largo assortment of Hoots and Shoes.
Which they oiler nt their usually cheap rates, for
Cash or Merchantable Produce.
feiy-lon't forget the place, American House,
Corner of Main and Kllsworth Streets, Snlem, O.
TOMI.1NSOX, STKATTOX A Co.
September Hth, WA. J
A T Yl O ITS S A L 13 ,
NEW DItY GOODS JOBBING HOUSE.,
Corner uj" Hank ami Center Streets,
NOHTir, FKKXCIt & STiillLlXG have roc.ntly
oiencd a 1'ry Gisids Jobbing House, are now r"
ceiving large additions to their stock, adapted to tli
I'M!. ASD WlSTRlt MADE;
and are prepared M offer dealers unusual bargain
by tho piece or package, nnd will (ennrnnteo to self
as cheap ns the same ipialities Itlid classes nf goods
can be sold in any of the Kastern markets,
Our stock consists in partof the following Goods';
to which additions nro made through tho season t
lmi Hales Hro. Sheeting; I
lid ' Hro. Ihills ;
" Shirting Stripes j
"0 " Flannel, scarlet nnd white;
20 " Tickings; 1
2mi " Halting, various grades;
1-10 " Cotton Vnrii ;
fill " Carpet Yam ;
3 0 Piecei French nnd American Broadcloth
flit " Overcoat Cloths;
1 1 K Woolen Venting ;
OH ' F.xlrn rich " ,
li " Hl.e-k and Fancy Cassiincrc ;
PHI " Worsted Serges ;
7H " Hl'k and col'd Tabby Velvets;
20 " Wide hl'k Silks t
Mil Hales Cotton Wicking; , ,
120 " Cotton Twine;
HiO ' Wadding, hl'k and white;
50 11 Seamless Hags ; ' 1
2 a Oa -en lllou'd Sheetings nnd Shirtings; '
10 " P.lei'd Drills; - .
10 " Col'd Corset Jeans ;
5 " Silesians and Wigans j
I i " Satinetts ;
10 " Tweeds nud Ky. Jeans:
tin " American nud Knglish Prints;
Id " " ' M. Lc Lai lies
1-t " Hl'k and col'd Alpneens;
10 " Coburg nml LyonefC Cloths:
lo " Ainericmi and Seotch Ginghiims j
1- " Linseys nnd Plaid Linings ;
lo " Col'd Canton Flannels ;
10 " Hl'k and el d Cambrics
fl " Irish Linens ;
;(uo llor.en Coiuforters ;
liO Huek Mitts mid Gloves;
loo " Chaiuois Lined Glovent
liO " Cashmere nud other Glove
fiOO " Hosiery, various kinds;
.iO " Shirts and Hrawers
lit) Pieces Pongee Silk lltlkft
loo ' Cotton Flag
liO " Linen "
illHI Plain and Hard Cambrics
LOO " Jaconets and Mull Muslins ;
1100 " Hook and Swiss
100 " Hotiid " "
.'10 cart'ns Unmet llibbotis;
d'i " Plain Ta II" d largo assortment
Saxony Kdgings ;
Cap Hordering :
Swiss Kdgings und Inserting;
20 IW.cn Hl'k Silk Veils;
loll Pieces ;i-4 and 7-S Fig'd Laces;
.VI " Fig'd nnd Plain Bonnet Luces ;
:i I'al.le Linen;
oi) I W.en Hue ibric Toweling: ' ' '
.100 Pieces Seoteh Piupor various grades ;
lino " til k Velvet Hilibonn nil widths;
,",00 Hl'k and col'd Gimps;
500 Hay Stale Long Shawls nt iiinnufuc
tillers prices ;
H"l Hroeha and other Shnwls ;
Together w ith n complete nssortineiit ef Threads,
',.,,,!""H -i"l"'mlcr.', f nibs and staph) Vnnkeo
Parlieular attention is invited tu our stock of
V" V" 'c-....gs u.h. ior
l l . I... 1." ..,...! ! ... , n, l ,
on, is, as it is unusually lar.-e
nnd we are satisfied
we can meet any market iu
visinug thu city me resiicctfully solicited to exain-
our ntoek, nud we vv ill endeavor to make it for thoir
interest to deal w ith us.
XOHT1I, FUF.XCII & STF.ItLIXG.
WATEU-ITUE AND LN FIRM All Y.
for the Cure of Chroule Dlsemri.
L ie ite 1 at Gn vxvii.i.k, Lickixii Co., 0., nnd com
bines the advantages of other roikI c ifablishnients,
a healthy location, a supply of pure w ater, gymnas
ium, a skilful I i'l,v in chaigu of the iemalu pullciils,
a physician w :i has had uu cstcusive practice of 20 .
Fenialei who Inivo been confined to their benV,
unable to walk or sit up for from ono to twolitr
years, in conseipiencc of nervous, spinal, nr uterilio
disease, are especially invited lo cm respond wilh or
'visit us. Univeisal success iu the treatment of this
class of diseases has given us confidence, nud we say
to all such, ev en though they have nutTei cd much o'f
many Physicians, inako uno more triul. Terms
froni Sl'i to SI2 per week. Patients furnish towel
and packing material. Address,
W. W. BANCItOFT.
Granville, Nov. Ii, '52,
illAMEY & CanPLNTER'S rEE.UlL'31
D A G U E 11 11 E A N GALLERY!
IS now coniiilctisl. and rcadv for rocention. M'
havo gone to considerable expense in tilting up, to
operate w ith advantage, nnd with reference to tho
comfort und convenience of those who innv favor
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.iivii viii eHmi9 iiiv ill iiiu
i.ikc iia jvo ciiAitui. Our micos rnniro from 4(1,
cents, to 211 miliars, fast experience, and present
advantiigen, enable im to tako O'mhI j.ikiiirMtn, at1
eery retumn'tbte JKitrs. lteing, also, punteil in all
tho recent improvements uf the art, our time ana
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ioiuiro attention shall be to render full natinfuetiou.
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OIIH or iici-o.isni if.rs.,iin IIIKCII III lllCir rUOUIS. -
Our niotlo, is KXCKLSIOli.
N. H. Persons w ishing Pictures taken on Gul-.
vanixisl Plains, can do no without extra charge.
jCst) Hooms open from 0 o'clock, A. M., until C
P.M. Juno 3 1st, 1H53. - '
Tlio Siii;:ii- t'rot-k Water Cure,
TWKLVK miles South of Massitton iinilur the."
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'; 1 4 ' i ase, is niiipuevi wnn pure hoiu
pruig water, nml comliietisi ou pur ityurooathio
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pr mobiles. We uive no drill's. Thov are oulv
liiinlranc-s fn iheradicul eoii) of disease. The sue-,
cess i hich has thus far attended our efforts to alio
viao (he sufferings of humaiiily, enables us to speak
coulldeutly of tlio virtues of yurc tuft teuter, a pro., ,
per dint, iVo, , , .
TorniH lj.i in ordinary oases, payable weekly. . , ,:
Dr. T. L, Nichols, of llio American Hydroiuithio.
Iiistitiite, and Kditor of Iho Nichols" Health Jour-,
mil, la noticing tho Water Cure movements of tho, "f
country, nays of us: ' ' ' '
' l. Pries, a most thorough and onergotio phy. '
sieinii, has a Wator Cure at Sugar Creek Fulls, (jtj j
His terms are very iiiodorule, but there are lev, ,,
places wo could recommend with groaler eonfi- 1
donee." ' -.-.i
Address, Dr. S. l'rcaso, Dc.udotT'n Mills, IVfca- '
ra was 'u., o. '."'-: