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THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE.
Selected Articles. Address of the Women of England.
On Fildny, Nov. SO, a meeting of ilifl
Women of England vvns convened o( Stnf
ford House, London, to consider llio expediency
of a mcmoi'inl from tlip Women
England to llio Women of the United States
on llio inject of slavery. Tho Indira I n i i
assembled, the Duchess of Soiilhcrlniid rcud
tlio following paper I
" Perhnpg 1 mny lie allowed lo slate tlm
object for which 1 1 1 1 9 Hireling hns hern call
ed together) lint very few won In will do
required, ns nil, I nm sure, nscrmhled lirrn
must have lirnrd or rrnd nmnli of Ihn nior.il
and physical fullering indicted on tlio rare of;
negroes and iheir d seemlents liy the rynti.ni
of slavery prevalent in ni.iny nl the foiled
States or America. Founded on mich in-
formntion, a pinposiiinn iiiirm -l a short
time ago in fveril of tho iiewpiiprri", that
llio women of Eiijihiiul would express to
tho women of Amrrirn the strong feeling
thry entertained on tiio tpirntinti, nnd nu n-
cslly request their uid to iibn!ib, or, nt least
to niilignte, so enormous nil evil. Thn dm Ik
of nil address n(cnmp.n.icd tin) pmpn.-iiion,
find, cs it lit intended In offer t lint address
for jour adoption, 1 will now rend it to
"The ArrrcTio.vATr and Ciintum An-
uncus of many Thousand of tlm Wo-
.rirn ui f,.o;.t.nu mi u.rir t-iMrrn. mo
Women of tho United Slates of Ainericn:
"A common origin, n common faith, nnd
we sincerely believe, n common mine, urges
us at the present moment to uddri'rs yon on
tho subject of thnt syMcm of iirgro slavery
which still prevails no extensively, nnd even
tinder kindly disposed nntilcr, with such
frightful results, in many of tho viift unions
of Ilia Western World.
We will not dwell on tlm ordinary topics
on the progress of civilization, o.i the nd
vnnee of freedom rvery w here, on tho right
nnd requirements of tho lUih reiitury hut
we nppcnl to you very seriously lo rolled,
and to Bf-k counsel of God, how fir such n
Into of things is in accordance wiih His
Holy Word, tho inalienable rights of iinmor-
tnl souhi nnd the pure ami merciful spirit of
.i. rn.-:... ..i:.
" te no not Flint our ryes to tho ihfiirul
lies, nny, tho dangers that' ini;'ht beet tho
immediate abolition of thnt loiij: established
cystem; we seo nnd ndinit the nercssity of
preparation (iir ro frent nn event ; but, in
speaking of iiidrppotifihlo preliminaries, wo
cannot be silent on thojo laws of your coun
try which, in direct rnutrnventioii to (i.td's
own luw, ' institiilcil in tlm timo of iiinu'H
intioccnry,' deny, in nfloct lo tho rdnvn
the sanctity of imuriage, with all its joys,
rights, find obligations, whieh separiile.'nt
tho will of tho master, thu wifo lioin thn
linsband, nnd tho children Iroui thn parents.
Kor run wo bo silent on thnt nwl'ul fjstein
which, either by stntulo or custom, inter
dicts to ony rnrn of man, or any pmlion of
the biimun fnmily, ediienled in tint truth of
the Gospel nnd lliu ordinances of Chri-ftinni-
"A remedy npplicd lo these two evils idor.o
would conimeucn the uiiielioMlion of iheir
nail condition. Wc nppcnl, to you ns sisters,
hb wives, nml ns ttiothfis, to iiiiso your voic-1
cs to your fellow citizen, nnd tour prayers
to God fur lliu rcmrivul of this uiilirlmii from
tlio Cln isliutl world. We do not s.iy thesn
thing in n npirit of self couiphiei'tiry, n
ihougli our nminn were fret! from the guilt
it prcccivcg in other. Wo nrl,nue(..'o
with grief nnd tdiniue our heavy sIkho i:i this
emit tin. W ! neknoleilgo thnt our fore-I
fathers introduced, liny, compelled tho tulop- !
non oi Slavery in uioau mi-my colonics, we j
humbly confess it before Almighty O'od ; nnd j
it is because we so deeply Icel and so uulcigu- '
cdly avow our own complicity, thnt wo now J
vetituro to implore ; your nid to wipe ,
U'liv nlir f.ril.ii,ifiii (.cii.tii mill nt.n 1
J .....c, ..ill. vul IWIIIIIIUII
There nro many reasons wh y this ndih ens I
rhould bo presenleil raihcr by the wometi
than by the men of Uugbiiul. Wo slinll nut ,
lie suspected of nny pnliticnl motives; nil
will readily admit that the t;ti;to of thing to
which w e alliidu is one peculiai !y distress'mg !
lo our sex, and thnt our friendly nnd em nest 1
interposition will bo nseribed nllngethcr to
domestic, nnd in no res-pert to national feel- '
iugs. Wu shall prupoe to I'oi in n coiiuuiiteo
liir the purpose of collerling sigiintiucs to i
the address, nnd of linnsiuitliii!' it, tvlieu '
roiiinkte. to the L'nilcd Klale. A n iron- I
rr:d comniilteo nimbi bo to largo fur thn
transaction of tho daily business, wo shall
proposes n suli-cninuiittee, to report fioui
time to lime to tlio general coiiuniiiee ; but
them is every reason to hope thut thu wholo
tnntter n ny b terminated in n thurt spneo
of time, it only remains lor mo to neknow
Icilgo tlio kinilnets with which you Imvo
acceded to my request in intruding hero
thin day. I liupo nnd believe thnt our i flint,
tinder God's blessing, will nut ho without
some nappy resniis: nut wni-inrr It suereci
or whether It bill, no one will
ny Hint wo
rdinll luive mailt' an attempt which hud, both
for its bceirniog and its end, "G!my to Gu
ill the Highest ; on earth pence; good will
The memorial was then ngtecd to, nnd a
The ladies present were, the DiilehesMS
nf Soiilhcrland, Ib dliud, mid Argyll ; tlm
Countess of linflcliurv, I.ily ('onsianco
Grosveuor, Vi-couutess Falun i stun, I. uly
Dover, Lady f'owlry, l.mly Kuthveu, ,n,ly
Jlulhnven, lion. Mrs. Muiitagua Vilh rs, Hon.
Mrs. Kiiilinird, tho Lady Miorcs-', i.ndy
'J'rcvelynn, L'idy I',irki, Miss I'aike, Mr.
Owen, Mrs. Cirpentrr, Mrs. fluxion, .Mi
lluxtoti, Mrs. John Himon, Mrsd'niriur, Mr.
Holland, Mrs. Ktenne, Mrs. John liuller, .Mrs.
J. (irninrr, Mrs. rutherl md, Mrs. .'dory
How ilt, Mr. Ilnws. Mrs. Diry, Mi. 'I'levei
jan, Mrs. Miiuiun, Mrs. 'J'nj'l.ir, Mr. Mnc
vnulny, Mrs. Knbsoti, &e. jvc.
'The ladies w hoso mime fi.Ilnw sinilii d
their coucui'ieiice: The Duchess (Dowager)
ot lH'iiniori, ii ucnioness 01 ntaituru, i oun
tcss of Derby, Countess of Carlisle, f.ady
John Itusseil, GouutcbM of f.itcliliehl, nnd
SitonT Saving. Old rerkomugt mul.e new
8hort reckonings make long friends.
What wo learn in our infancy remains forever.
A regular diet cures moro peoplo than physic.
Everybody must live by his own lubor.
It is better to bo alone than in bad company
Tho widow's x-hild is generally spoiled by tho
lore of its mother. I
Minus: Thcso lines of Mackay have liccn
frequently published, but n good story merits
repetition, and in tlicso days when political
nnd ecclesiastical organizations nro nrrnyed
to sustain wrong, reformers need a word of
to persevere in tlio right. A. O.
BY CHARLES MACKAY.
The mnn is thought fool or knave,
Or b:got plotting crime,
Who f,ir tho advancement of hit kind
It wiser than his time.
For him tho homlook shall dinlill
For him tho mo he bared
Fur him the gibhot Khali bo built j
For him the stnfco prepnrcd )
Ilim shall the scorn and wroth of men
Pur-uo with deadly aim
Ami malice, envy, spite, and lies,
Shall desecrate his inline.
Ilul truth shvll conquer at the last,
For round nnd round wo run,
And ever the riyht comes uppermoit,
And ever is justice done
,' Face through thy cell, oU Socrates,
Cheerily to nod froj
Trust to tho impulse of thy soul,
And let tho poison flow.
, Thoy may slutter to earth tho lump of clny
J That holds the lamp divine,
i Hut they omnot qtionch tho flro of thought
I liy any sueh deadly wine ;
They cannot blot thy spoken words
J From the memory of man,
, Ey nil the poison thut ever was bruised
I Since time its courso began.
' To d iy uMi irrcl, to-morrow adored,
j So round and round wo run,
And ever the tiuth comes uppormist,
And ever is justice done.
1'lr.d in thy cave, f;rnvc anchorite,
Ho wiser than thy peers j
Augment tho range of human thought,
And trust to coming years.
Thry may call theo wizzard and monk accursed,
I And load theo with dispraiso j
Thou wcrt born flvo hundred yenrs too soon
lor the comfort of thy days.
Ilut not too soon for human kind,
Time hath reward in store,
And the demons of our stories become
Tho saint that wo adoro.
Tlio blind can see, tho slavo is lord ;
So round nnd round wo run j
And evei the wrong is proved to bo wrong,
And ever is justito done.
Keep, Hidden, to thy thought,
And nrrvo thy soul to bearj
They nny gloat o'er tho scimulcss words they
From the pangs of thy despair
Thry may veil their eyes, but they cannot hido
1 lie sun's incridiun glow,
Tl.c heel of a l'ricst may tread thco down,
And a tyrant work thoo woo;
lint never a truth has been destroyed
1 hey mny curso and cull it crime ;
For vert and betrny, or slander and slay
llx teauhers for a time.
Hut tho s-.tnshino ayo shall light tho sky,
As round and round wo run ;
And thu truth shall ever como uppermost,
And justice shnll bo douo.
And live there now, such men as these
With thoughts like tho great of old
MaI1y hnvo died in their muorr.
And left their thoughts untold )
And many lire, nnd are ranked as mad,
And placed in the cold world.s ban,
For sending their bright fur-sccing souls
Three, centuries in tho van j
Thry toil in penury and grief,
Unknown If not maligned :
Forlorn, forlorn, bearing tho scorn
Of tho meanest of mankind.
Hut yet tho world goes round and round,
And the genial seasons run,
And ever the truth comes uppermost,
And ever is justice done.
A Gypsy Encampment.
A bam! of thnt representative of llio no
madic principle in hiiiiinn niiliur, found even
in civilizfd countries, yelrped Uiptim, have
taken up their temporary nbodo on the Vir
ginia side of tlm l'otomae, opposite George
town, nf tho edgo of n grove of pines, u lew
Jiundn-d yards south of the Aqueduct.
They nre from thu north nf Knchind. nnd
inuugii n iiiiijority nro liglit linired, nml other
wise oliwnnily of Anglo H.ixon inateriiil,
tin to is I'vidciicti enough in the remainder,
i,i.(l in the imiiincisof all, that liny hnvo a
light pj tho tit Jo nccordeil them. JJesides
lliiglish, whirh tht.y speak better than the
generality of the Ijnglisli peasantry of tho
northern counties, ihey Iihvo n liingilngo of
Iheir iiw n, which they use lotto voce in ad
drrsbing eiich other before strangers. They
nuinlM r twenty one, the patriarch of the
pnity considering the w hole ns hi family.
Their way of potting a living, or lit least
their prole-sed wny, (tor much suspicion, or
prejudice, perhaps, is alluut that doubts the
liiet,) is mending tin, puwter, and ropper
ywire nnd utensils, old umbrella, nml tinker
ing generally. A full proportion of the pnr
ly nre children, ns picturesquely unwashed
niiiI iinUeiiipl n they nre healthy, ruddy,
I well-developed, and good looking. They
are in their wny to thu West, travelling in
Jheir own vehicle, nnd always camping out.
They appear lo be quite indisposed to eliangt)
the ii'Ving luibilH ol their whole past lives
for n btaiioiinry, and, according to civilized
notion, mure reputable wny of lilii.
Ono of tlm lending gypsy characteristics
mnika them to every body"' ulw-rvution
tho prolusion of broad nnd showy finger
rings tho women wear. We did not think
of asceitaining whether fortune-telling was
one of their nvoealions, but should judge it
lo bo quite likely. .Vuftoiiat lnlctligtnctr.
Christian Cuaiiiiv To requite cood for
IFOOfl. IS elVll fnilrln,U f nvil fn null .n ..1.'..!... I
polieyj ovil for good, hateful ingrutitudej good
jfr evil, only, Christian charity.
Give Land to the Poor.
Ixiok nt this brood earth I fee it spread
out fir nml wide oil every hand, vnricgitcd
with hill nml ihilo ami llowcry plnin, teem
ins with luxury, lilb nnd beauty nml ccpnblo
of bringing forth food ami clothing for mill
ions more than its present children. Hoc the
gentle showers, dows and vapors watering its
surfaco nml the glorious sun sending forth its
light nnd wnrtiilh brhold every thing nec
essary to render thin world n paradise of peace
nm) plenty! Then look nt llio toil-worn
sorrow-stricken sons nnd daughters of men,
who nro wandering up niul down the earth,
begging fiir employment, nnd tell me why
this condition of things exist.
Is it not brrnusn mnn is nt wnr with his
brother selfishly robbing him of his right to
tho soil, thus reducing him to poverty, to shi
very nml wnnt.
Millions ofnercsnre covered with brims
nnd thorns, in the grnsp of nvnriee, w hile
millions of men, women nml children have
note spot on nil the tirond enrlli which they
fun coll their own, no place on which to
erect n shelter from tlio storm; no plneo on
w hich to rnisn fooilt nn place nn which to
rest their weary bodies in i irknrss nnd in
deiitb, without paying grasping avnriuo for
Oh ! yo children of men ! As you vatuo
your own happiness, llio welliire of yourehil
(hen, llio good of the whole iiuiversu now
nnd in nil coming lime, repeal your oppress
laws ; give) back lo your brothers their b'u th
right to thn roil, allow Iheni to sow, nnd
reap, nml cut the fruits of their own industry
in iheir own bomr, with none to molest or
make them nl'rnid.
J'hen will tho wilderness blnpsntn ns tho
rose, tho barren heath brcomu delightful gar
dens nml fruitful fieliN, plenty, prosperity, joV
,,,. ,,i:. it, in, uiu enim n,ui gonillies, luvu
nnd merry, nnd songs of joy nnd ghidncs.s
burst fiiith from tho million of henrts that are
now bowed in servitude, crushed by shivery
bowed with sin or oppressed with" grief.-
Then will tho world become n p-u-adi, n'm!
songs of joy nsceudto thu Author of nil go,,d.
Neglect lo restore to every man ,h , jlt
to thu soil, nml slavery, sin uml misory will
iiicrense till the w holu e.ir.h lieru,i..
field nnd tho human race n race of brute
wrangling nml devouring' each other ,.'.'
Relies from a Mound.
A friend has just rdinwii us one of ihc
most loleiesling nml womh rful relies ever
discovered in the vim nml mysterious field
ol our Western Antiqiiiiie. j, i 01,JuB
b;ss than a ( rnciti.x from nn Indian Mum
llus most curious object of Ai t nml Antiqui
ty, was found in Wetzel County, Va., nbout
thirty-eight miles below this ciiy ; the mound
stniids on the farm of .Samuel iMcKhlownev
hsq., nml the finder of the precious relic was
Ins son Hubert, who, wo understand, has giv
en it lo n gentlemnii inteiest.-d i the subject
of American Antiuiiiiics, with n full account
ol the manner and limn of discovery. Wo
trust the facts will bo speedily give,, to llie
loiiiiu, una mat our Savant will
incir wits to unravel tlio
hangs over this little relic.
1 he nintcii.il of this most interesting oh.
jeet of antiquity j brat, or soinn substance
resembling it, nnd iron. Tho Gross is of llie
latter niateriul, hut tho minco of the Savior,
(fMiinst beautiful piece of woi kiininship,) is
of brass, or ns sumo suppose, of gold inter
mixed wiih silver.
Tho mound in which thw mysterious relia
was found, wns tho most nurient in nppenr
niico in tho valley of tin, Ohio, nml nt the
period of thu first settlement of the couiiti v,
covered yvith n beuvy growth of irons. Tlio
cross is creatlv corroded and evei-viliimr in
dicates that it must have lain thero ibr hun
dreds, perhaps thousand of years. What
striingi) nml curious history is wrapped up in
this little emblem of n Christian's hop?
Whence catno it ? To whom did it bulling ?
How got ttjthcre? nro questions w hich troli-
iiio ino nntiqunry in nny part of tho world.
vviin ii wns loiimi tin: rointuii f n human
skeleton, mid some minor relics of Jndiati
ji is, wo neiieve, a well cst:ibil,ed fiict
that the cross was in uu nninng tlm Aztecs
uuu imii me ntirieiit uihabitaiits of Central
America, nml devices of licit iiis.triii.u-nt nro
still to ho found among tho ruins (,ft,.) lat
ter country. This, however, is the only in
stnnco in which it bus been f,.m in ti,
tnouiubi.of tins Ohio mid Mississippi valleys
U o repeat, tlio history of this s.icrrd rr'lir
is most curious nml highly iuterrstiiiT. It
cc,'""ly st h regarded ns by far the
must iu.portti.it discovery yet i.inu'o nmou,.
our Western tumuli. Wireling LiUthgenctr.
A Ci.r.An Cask of I.ovk. "Mr. Sishre
you said thn defendant wus in lovo how do
you know that F"
" lie reads a novel upsido down, mid writes
poetry iu his day hook when it should be
" .ny other reason ?"
" Ves, sir; ho shaves wiihout nny lather,
nnd very frequently mistaki s tho sleeves ol
his coat for tho legs of bis panlahions, on
iwror uuu no uuu I discover till ho
i les to
insien me lull to Ins suspenders."
n ciear case call tho next witness.
Rkhistace to IIii.k i-i.r.. Lenrn from the
earliest days lo inure your primiiplo against
thu perils of ridicule; you can no uinru uxor
cio your reason if you live iu i,u constant
dread of laughter, tlinn yon can enjoy your
hie it you nro in ronslaiii dread ofdi-nili If
you ll.nili ii rijrht todillor from the lime, and
to make a point of moral, .lo it, ,Wovcr
rustic, however antiquated, however pedantic
it may appear; do it. not li.r insolence, but
seriously nnd gmmlly ns a limn who wore
n soul of jus own in hi bosom, mid did not
wait till it was lireaihed into him by Ult.
breath of fashion. Nijilnry Smith.
" i-vKoiAoi:. our lanqunge U
.i.ufti-1! uy scveiay-nyo millions of people
and it is exceedingly copious-Webster's lic.
tionary, tho standard work, contains moro than
lO.OOt) words. In our daily life businc. we
u.o only about oiio-sixtli part of them. There
arc only about 10,000 in daily uo by those who
write and speak our language. Tha Chinos
languago contains only about 3:i0 words, but by
modilymg the sounds, a donen dillcrent idea,
sr.) expressed by tho sumo character. To nu.
preciato tho flexible character of tho Fueli,!!
language, wo Imvo hut to read tho works ol
ttajhuiglon Irving and farlyle; tho hinguazc
of tho two nppeuri. to be entirely different.
CiiimsB I.f CcA.-There are now said
lo m two thousand Chinese laborers in the
islnnd of Culm, and six thousand more are
on their wny here. They are exported at a
cost of gl-f-j a head, nnd receive 3 a month
for the eight or ten years for which they are
hound to their employers, by whom the ex
pense of their exportation is pnid. Those
nlrcndy in tho Islnnd it is sni.l Imvo given
grent satisfaction by the industry and intelli
gence they display.
i'.),7PO,.V2 1 letters passed through the mails
tho inst yenr, of which very nearly two
thirds were ire pnid.
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THE LEADING LITERARY WEEKLY.
Over Thiiiy-one Years have now alarmed
since tho FOriT began its weekly round ol
blended instruction nml amusement j and
never, iu all that period, wns its success so
mnrked ns nt the present moment. Possess
ing undeiii.ihly the largest circulation, by ma
ny Ihourund, of any pnper of its class in the
Union, its subscribers hnvc the lies! of reasons
for believing thnt it stand upon a perma
nent nasis, nml Hint thry will receivo the lull
vnliie ol every (foliar intrusted o us publish
in. In announcing soma of our prepara
tions tor ino comiui; year, wn ma" tiemn by
stnliii-f our continued connection with MILS.
sui imiiMiin, n writer, who, in vigor
ami iritiiity ot gemtis, is not surpassed by
any, mnio or lemnte, in II. n Union. Rl
CAIIOI.INK Ll.i; IIKNTZ. n .lv wh.m
it would ho almost suiierlluoiis to nrnie. in
view of the general popularity of sueh tales
us i iir .uuu i;iiii," "l ioline" " l.iiiili
'Kcnn, etc., is also enrolled among our
Wc tire now engaged in the publication of
n nory entitled
CI.AIl A MOIiF.LAXI),
by Rmkhsox I'knnf.tt, Autrior of Viola,"
"Prairie Flower," "Jlandits of the Osnge,' t ic.
And nt llio npcuiuz of thn ensuinir venr
wo design coinnieiiriiig tho pubiicntion of
ino loiunvnig novelet:
MISS THUSA'S SPINNING-WHEEL.
'P.y Mrs. I.i:k Hf.ntz, of Florida, Author of
l .oline, " J.uida," " Kena," etc.
This novelet wo design following by a
A STRAY PATCH fUOM AUST HANMAIl's Qlll.T
liy Mrs. I'kanci.s D. Gaoi:, of Ohio, widely
known ns llio notour of sumo admirably
written ami very effectivo household poems,
After this wo expect to bo nblo to com
meucn TIIK LOST IH'.IRESS;
A STonY OF I10WLF.T HAI.L.
P.y Mrs. r.. D. V:. N. Soi-TiiwoRTii. Author
of "The Curso ..r Clilton," ''Virginia nml
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mi instructive, uud the other of a humorous
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lure, rigorously excluiled.
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MRS. C. L. CHURCH.
LATE OF THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH,
BKtiS leave to inform tho inhabitants of Sa
lem and vicinity thnt she has brought w ith her
lnro assortment of JIOTAMC MliUlVlSMj
carefully prepared, in tho form of Fills, I'ow.
dors, Tinctures, Syrups, Ointments, Sulvcs and
Platters, tofjothor with an aisortment of crude
or unprepared Medicines, which she oilers for
side on reasonable terms for cash, or such arti
olos of produoo as uro used in a family,
Ofi , Cirner of Qratn and Lunity St, ' 1 ' '.
i S.ilcm, NT,20, '18J2. ' .. - v
Agents for the Bugle.
The following named persons are requested
and authorised to act as agontsfor the Buglo
wioir rospoctive looalitics.
Chas. Douglass, Derca, Cuyahoga county , Ohio.
iimomy wood worth, Litchfield, Modinaco.,0
Wm. Payne, Itichfiold, Summit Co., Ohio.
'esso Scott, Summerton, Helmont Co.
Mrs. C. M. Latham, Troy.tioauga, Co., O.
J. Southern, Brunswick.
L. S. Spcea, Granger.
J. D. Lambort, Hath,
Iiaao Brooks, Llnosville,
J. T. Hirst, Mercer,
Finlcy McQrcw, Faincsvillc,
Thomas Wooton, Winchester, Indiana.
Harriet Pulsipher, Hisscls, Geaugn co., O.
O. O. Ilrown, Orange, Cnynhoga co., O.
Richard Illcmlcn, Adrian, Michigan.
BOOKS! BOOKS 1 !
The White Slave,
Vnrk Tom'$ Cahin,
Airi Nue of.Yaturt,
ltrlifinn of Geology,
CurlMt Lift of StcrlinV.rtnt Jhrmoniii, tol.
1,11,111, Hater Cure EnnirAouatilia,
And a splendid assortment of fancy presenta
tion Hooks, nnd nn endless vnriety of Juveniles.
Also, a Isrgc flock of Uibles, Historical, Poet
lenl.ScinnliHe, Miscellaneous, nnd .School books,
Mcel pens. Gold pens, AecorJcoiis, Tovs, Fancy
Articles, Hlunk Hook-, l'orliolio., Sla'tes, and
v "--."uriinciii oi plain and fancy Station
-iV, ! . V -u B,m ,,,r 8:lle Bt McMillan'
'.'. ,. J)UUA SiOltK. ii doors cast of
ion no i wncro every book in tho market rnn
i.c procured, it ordered, nt the lowest prices I
rasn. in addition to ihc n'jove can bo found
nice iot oi y all and indow Paper.
Salem October 18, 1852.
JAMES BAKNABY, '
.V. fins .Vmi-.v., One oor Wat vf Sukm Bwk
lure, istiem, UliW.
r.... - .
oiuo, rr.t. i-nnts, &c. :,fado to order and
Mnrinnioa to (live fSitislsction.
inc laiiormg Jlusucss in nil in Brathcs
carncu on as ncrelotorc.
TKBSCOTT. CLAI1K TIIKSCOTT,
I. TRESCOTT ftCu.
SALEM. OHIO. Wholesale and Uetall Deal
ers in nennot, Classical nnd Misecllancous
Books nnd Stationery ; Drugs nnd Medi
ciucs; Hhoes and Oroecrics.
March 6, ls.52.
".7 man can find nouhere so good a Savings
II in as by emptying his purse into his hiad.
nnwieagc is me utst capital he can po.isiss ;
is at his command even moment, and uhvaiis
above par. Dn. Fiiaxklin.
To Mcrclianu, Clerks, Tenflirrs, Sludents,
. H .1 I 41 '
uuu ai I .urn.
JI'T I'l iir i-.Mi i. i .
, ,J n-iM,wi.b.i-,i new ami coin
pleto set of Rules by which all the fumhi
nieutul opcrntions of Ariieinclic mny be per
formed in on inrrcdibly short space of time.
lo become n master ol theni w ill require not
I lllll 111! Hill T Him V 111 mil- nnr.,1
sound mind: ami tliu siudeni
tumbled lu Add, Subtract, Multiply, or Di
vide, in uny sum no matter of bow many
figures, more accurately, nudum! ,.,. n..
IHwwHuy nj an error,) nnd us less tlinn ono
. .. . ".: . i ... ..it
louriii wm nine required in llie old system.
J licso r undameiital !!i. t,ra i:,n .i
by An Kxtiiiiiiintion into tho Properties of
.Numbers, which eien further facilitates the
,. uro also embraced in tho work.
p. . . .
vr, .J,,,.J" l""'-l-L.VnO. OF
IA t I'.lltS 1 , which w ill work out tin- i.,i,.e".
est nt uny rule upon any sum with the id-
mow accuracy, mid a simplicity nml quirk-
1 1 U J In M ........ I a.. .11 . I . .
..... .u..j .,,,, , ,u. me oilier oierntioiid by
this, nnd vuslly siqicrior to all courses iu the
Mil pi, 111.
I og.;ilier,lhcso form tho Most Compi.f.tk
1 bfatisk on the Science of Numbers ever
iaucu ami nre incalculably valuable to nil
men Iroin their never-failing nccurm y, nml
to business men lion, thu iuuiiensu iimoiiul
ol lime they suvu from tlio most wooiisomo
detail of business life. Particularly oiu'lit
they to he iu tho hands of M.-rehunts uml
GlurkH, lenehurs and Sludents, mid Vouna
Men ecuerallv. e
(L I ho copies of tho few remaining bun
dreds of tho present edition nro being hur
ried ofl ut a price greatly reduced from ihnt
(.i) ut w hich the balance, were sold, to mako
room for a now edition to bo gotten up iu a
jmiguilieeiitmiil and costly style iuiuie-diute-ly
upon closing out the present one.
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ler of justice uml protection to tho conv
righlewt) by bis sucrud pledge of honor,
use llie Processes fur iIih inuim... ,.ci.
self only, nnd to impui t the infurumiioii oh-.
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K" I o ohiam the Pixiccsses it i ni.r
snry to give such n pledge, will, the price,
lireo Dollar, enclo.-, iu u letter, post-paid,
directed to P. Ma v M a l , .... '
Washington County. M.nvhiinl. 'I'i, !,.'
cesses will bo fin -warded post-paid, lo the
given uddress. II.) particular lo write ,u
mime ol the Post OHice, County, and Htale,
distinctly; with those neglecting this, mis
takes Irrqiieiilly oreur.
K3 'l'hose lirefi.ri-ino it. inn nr. I...
of l ie forthcoming mliiion, which will be
ready about tho holidays. The price will be
li) orders sent belbre its issue w ill I... fill...!
us soon as thu copies are rently, for tJS.
Local AKfiitM U'niilnl,
In every town, uml all ihio....l. .i.o
try, great iminliers of copies of ihcse Kules
can butlisposed ofby u,.y one who will only
lako tho trouble lo muko their econe known
i ney coniprisa thut which business tl mi. n it j I
every body, bus lomr f'.dt it... e
.-It , j,. . r ..mi, ui, Ullfl
win gladly oblaiu. Thn llfltlll'A nt' ll... 1
lies allows any ono to act as Acent. n,l .
unurgy ensures a hnH r..ivn.-.i a i....-
explained, the business, requiring p,jvu,.Vi
ordorsfrom Age,.. ,e filled hf Jt.(1,lfu'
sealedonve oj.es for delivery through their
Lands When a number oflhrce ropie. dr
more are ordered with thn
time, mi per com, is ellowed to be retained
dois for eight copies or more.
September 2.. 18S2.
WATER-CUKE AND INFIRMARY,
FOR THE CURB OF CIMOMC DISEASES .
Located at Gsantili.b, Lickiko Co., O., and
combines the advantages of other good estab
lishments, a healthy location, a supply of pure ' :
water, gymnasium, a skilful lady in charge of
the female patients, a physician who has had an
extensive practice of 'J years, &e., Ac.
Females who have been confined to their beds,
vnahlo to w alk or sit up for from one to twenty
years, in consequence of nervous, spinal, or
uterine disease, are especially Invited to corres
pond with or visit us, Universal success in ,
the trciitincnt of this class of diseases hns given '
us confidence, and wo say to all such, even
though they hare suffered much of many Phy
sicians, make ono moro trial. Terms from $ 6 .'
to 12 per week, l'aticnts furnish towels and
paining materials. Address,
W. W. BANCROFT.
Oranville, Nov. 4, '52.
1U. C. FEARSON,
II O .11 (KO PATH 1ST,
HAV1XO permanently located in Salem,
would respectfully nnnminm in l, 1.,i,k
that he is prepared. tn treat Homoopathlcall y all
disenscs, whether Chronic or Acute. He gives
a general invitation to nil, and flutters himself
he cim render general satisfaction.
OFFICE AXI)ltl-:sn)ENCF..oiiMAi Sr.
OPPOSITE. Til 1'OHT-Ol'FICE.
May 1.5, 18.52.
JOHN C. WHINERY,
SbHOEOX DENTIST -OJHe, orer tht
Salem llonk Store. 'I hc subscriber would in.
form his liiemls and the public, that he is again
ot h.s post. Having spent severnl months in
Clin miiuli. in iiinkiiiK himself minutely acqusin
ted witb tho various branches nf his Profession
ho feels cnnliJeiit of being able to render the
fullest snti.-d'action lo those who may require bis
Salem, March 5, 1S.52.
THK OMLT Tnt'E I'OnTRAIT Or WAIIIK0TOl
PORTRAIT OF WASHINGTON.,
Kiigrnved (by permission) from Stunit's only
original portrait, in ihc Atheiieum, lioston.
This superb picture, Fngrnvrd under the
stipcrmiemlei.ee ol "1 IIOMAS M LLV, Esq.,
the. eminent , highly giit. d miist, i. iU
on y collect likeness of Wi.shingiou ever
published, j, IH ,L,r cmrnctKiiM-(l ns the
grenlest wnik of m t ever produced in llio
country. As to its fuh lit y, wo rt Ii r lo the
'.'I1.1. 1."'.!1"' '"'"I'1"'! "on of Washington,
OI.OIM.'i: WASHING ON I'AKK Cli.
T IS, whosnys, " it i n liiiiMul n picsentnlioii
of llie relehrnted (uigii.nl," nml i0 CUIFl.'
JI.S1ICI-: TANEY of the Supreme Court
of Ihc I mted Stales, w ho says, As a work '
of art its excellence and beauty u.ust strike
every one who see il : mid il is no less hap.
py iu its likeness lo the Emhrr of bis colin- ,
try. It was my good Ibrtiiuo to have seen
him in the days of ,y boyhood, nnd bis
whole npponriuite is jet strongly impressed '
on my memory. The pm trail jou have is
sued nppears to mo to bo nn txnet likemss,
representing perfectly the expression as will
ns the form nml features of his face." And 1
says SENATOR CASS, if is n f,r, ,.
!!' i i'." "r ,,lfK-eat original. PRESIDENT
I TLLMORU sH, " 1 1- wrk npprnrs lo ma
to hnvo been ndmirnbly executed nml f,i
miify worthy of t. pulioiu,..e f tl... ni.l.lir
Says MARCIIANT ihn '. I
painter, and the pupil (ff gnuirt, "your print
lo my mind is more n-i L .1
other I have seen, for pnsriuing the uhott '
indivuluiiliiy of the original portruil, togelli-
..., ,..u iiuiiui nmi iiigniiied reposo of
' i, which an w bo ever snw I
(oiiMilcre.l n n.arked charact.-rislic of
illustrious mnn it commemoiiites."
ti if rs
tor the great merits of this picture tee u-oitlil
efer rveril lorrr nf H.,vi,:.,.ri.. .... ...
itself, to be seen at the. cff.ct of this papr, mid -to
the tellers of the Jollowing .lrlists, Statesmen,
..fri.f. .....I I..L . ...
........ ,.,,1. uinuuir accompanying if. i
r )'",;',N,ei,l;lL,'1,,,,ll'''''.''.d Lamb. "
bn,of Philndtlphin; Chrslrr Harding, of
IJoslon ; C billies I 'laser. ..If '),. I.. a r .
mid to tho ndopte.l son of Washington, Hon '
i,'-.-.V.', , '.v.''"'"''' " '
HlAlEsMLN.-llis Excclloney Millard..
I illn.oro, Major (Jen. i,,fiL.d Srolt, Hon.
ueorgo M. Dallas. II (iii. Will in in Ii
lion, ib.u.il Wehsier, Hon. Linn Itoyd.lloii. '
Lewis (.,,,, ,.. iv,,,. A. (;.i,I,.iiii, Hon ' ;
John V . Keiu.eily, . R.C. Wii.lhro,s LL
' J'-l'lrf -Hon. Roger It. Ti.ney
Hon. .lulu, Duer, Hon. John McLean, Hon
RiilusChoale. SCIIOI.AKS f 'I...I... .
soin, LVi,., thu Wu know,, Librnriiui of ihe
JJoston Alheiieiiiii. who say. "I wm.1,1 rn.l.
er own it than nny painted copy have evei "
seen;" E. p. Whim. In l(i.-l.,,-d li.i,t.i.
lion. E.hv. lOveretl. I.I. II J.....L., r
LL. D., William II. Precolt, LL. 1)., Wash
ingtoii Irving, nph v. Ku.erson, Esq.
Prol. J. C. L'pha,,,, J. T. Head ley, F.
Orecn Halleck.ll. W. l.ongli.llow, Win. Gil ,
more Simins; and FROM I .I Kdl'l-' 1
Fall'oiird, T. It. Maeniilev. Sir Ar, l,;i.t,l a
n!rJMM.o"yor o1' I',,,"lo,b &c: &o
. .... ....... t, iiMiiurnoiii nm enure Union
hnve with one voice i,roi-li.i,e,t ii,u ..,r:i "
of ibis Hiiperb eugruviug.
To (-liable nil lo uosnex ibi n.l.i.l.t
1 il i sold i.t ihe low price of 15 per ropy
'Published bv (.'I !( )li 1 : 1 ' W l liu nu"
N-M'.,'."i',i,.'r "f Areli-st's, Pbila.
WILLIAM ;. STI'I I. K.d.. a..
. " ? .'wiw jii ut iur
Hie Mutes ol Ohio and I iiilinnn.
Tli in I'nrtinil ciin t,t,v I
MR. S'I'EEL, or iioin his duly authorized
Ariniigeinenis have been niado with the
uhl Ollice De1111ri1.1e.il l,v ul,;,.l, ..;..-
tlm I oiiruit can bo sent to nny point, per
fJ7 Persons by rcmiiiiiig Five Dollars
U iM, (J. S'I'EEL, Cinciiinaii, Ohio, will
t ICLi r..rr.
n a copy of t,e porlrujt ,., , ,u1 .
05 Mngiiificrnt Gilt Frnmes, got up ex
mcssly for these Portraits, fuiuiiheil at the
iw price 01 tr.,uo cncl)
JL'ST JSSLED, .' ,
A UAONIt'lCENT PORTRAIT Ot
Engraved by T. D. It ELC11, ESQ., after tht
original portrait painted by T. SULLY, ESQ
This Portrait will be a match for lh
Washington, and is in every respect as vel'
Price f 5,00 per copy. ' Address as obotra !