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THE ANTI-SLAVE 11 Y BUGLE.
"ISHMAIL"---SPIRITUALIZED. Tlio besetting sin of " Messrs. Gnrrison & Co." perhaps Is not npprobativoness. Nevertheless, though ft humble member of that company, wo nre always qnito willing "to see ourself as others see us," if wo miy perchnneo profit thereby. As we fire- probnbly not singular in this, wo copy tlio fol lowing spiritual explanation of tlio word Ishinnil. The pnragraph is from Swcdehhorg. Tho Now Church Repository introduces it ns follows: From tlio Now Church Repository for October. Will Mctsrs. Harrison A Co. take it as an nlb-noe if we say that the (Spiritual explanation of L hmail, given by Swcdonborg in tho following pniagraph, applies itself by a certain instinctive spotitaniety, to tlin school of reformers which they represent? "Tho rational principle consists of pood nod of truth that is, of those things which appertain to Charity, Mid of thoso things which Appertain to (aith ; rational truth is that winch is signified by tlio wild ass. This, then, is what is represented by Ishinnil, nnd is described in this verso. No one can beliovo that rational truth separate from ration-1 nl good is of such a nature, nor should 1 have! known it inyselt to bo such, unless I had been con vinced by lively experience. It is tho same thing whether wo speak of rational truth, or of a "nn whose rational principlo is of the nature here described: such n man, whose rational principlo is such that he is only in truth, although in the truth of faith, and not at the same tiino in tho pood of charity is of this character: ho is morose, impa tient, opposito to ail others, viewing every one as in a false principle, instantly relinking, chastising and punishing : he is without pity, neither does he apply himself nor endeavor to hend the minds and PDcttions of others : for ho regard everything from a principle of truth, and nothing from a prin ciple of good. T.'i? y'ional principle, without life from celestial frood. is !s hero deseril;r,.!1 viz-. Cirhts nzninst all. and all fiirhtaj.iinst it. llational i good never fights, howsoever it is assaulted, be cause it is meek and gentle, patient and pliable, its attributes being those of love and mercy: and, al though it does not light, yet it conquers all, never thinking of combat or boasting of victory. It acts thus becauso it is divine, and is safe of it-.cH': for no evil can assault good, nor even exist in tlio sphero where good "is: if it only feels its approxi mation, it recedes of itself and retires: for evil is infernal, and good is celestial. Hut truth separate from good, which is here represented by Ishm'.ol, nnd is described in this verse, is altogether differ-i-nt, viz., it is liko a wild ass, and lights against all nnd all against it; yea, it thinks and breathes scarce anything but combats, its general delight or feigning affection being to conquer, nnd when it conquers it boasts of victory. It is thereforo de Bcribed by a wild ass or a inulo of tho wilderness, Ktr an ass of tho forest, which cannot abide with others." A. V. lol'.h 1950. If it should appear problematical why the advo cates of Swcdenborg do not onliat more heartily in many popular measures of reforms, we can only nay that we find it difficult to sympathize with inovoinentH where tho Ishinael spirit is predomi nant. We havo for ourselves a very strong impres sion as to tlio intrinsic wrong ami evils of the system of American slavery, but we do not, we trust, make anti-slavery tho whole of our religion, nor do we find any necessity laid upon us to give up a divine revelation in order to "reeuneilo the ways of God to man." What association, more over, can Swrdenlmrtjiawi, as they are called, have with tliu.se who would nut Jesus, whom they sol emnly regard as tho Lord of heaven and earth, tho i truo and only Jehovah, upon a level w ith Mnscs And the prophets, and mix him up with such worms of tho dust as Luther, C alvin, Wesley, and Swcden liorg? Wo are horrified by uch desecration of. what is to us most holy and divine. We may say, too, that wo aro inevitably compelled to stand somewhat in doubt of the character of that good ness which so completely ignores genuine truth. Tub Kansas IIrrai.d of Fiikkdom. The first Xo. of this paper has been issued by ti. W. Ilrown A Co., at Waukarusa, Kansas Territory. Mr. Drow n was formerly tho able, enterprising and liberal editor of tlio Coiineautville (Pa.) Courier. lleL a true friend of freedom. He has assumed a re Fponsiblo and important position. May ho meet with abundant success in beating back the tide ol slavery from that new territory. The former j mends and patrons ot Ins paper stiouiii give nun their sympathy and aid in sustaining the Kan sas Herald of Freedom. K.-oiii Mr. Ihown's paM success in making a good paper, they v. c',l know that they will rcccivo a full equivalent for their subscription money. Gkurit Smith has addressed a letter to Mr. Bronson, the candidate of the Xcw York Hards for Governor. Ho will pleaso accept our thanks for a copy. It is in the main devoted to a vindication of tho anti-slavery chancer of the I'Vlcr.il Con stitution. Anti-Si.avf.ry LrjTi iiKs in Cincinnati. The friends of freedom in Cincinnati have got up a course of anti-shivery lectures, w hich arc now in progress of delivery. Theodore Parker opened the Relies thrco weeks since. Miss Antoinette L. Urown spoke last week, and Wm. Lloyd Garrison was to havo spukeu on Thursday of this week. A Fugitive Slave, c.aso was recently tried in Columbus beforo Judge Levitt. K. K. Sloan was charged with aiding in tho escape of four slaves, hnd the suit was brought b) rocovcr the penalty of this act of humanity under the law of 1850. The Columbus papers speak of tho evidence as entirely inadequate to justify the conviction of Mr. Slonn, nevertheless the Judgo charged, and tho jury found him guilty. Tho penalty was three thou sand dollars with cost of suit. The State Journal says: "The case went to the jury on Saturday evening nnd a verdict, we learn, was agreed upon on Sun day morning, nbmit 0 o'clock, and sealed up for the Court. Thia morning tho jury was pollod, and the verdict w,s not guilty in ono case, and guilty in tho other. In the case of Gibbons vs. tho deft, the verdict of not guilty was found under tho iu Ktructions of tho Court, tho power of attorney tinder w hich tho arrest was mado being null anil void. In the case of Wcymer vs. Sloan, tho verdict was Guilty. There wero three slaves involved in this case, and tho penalty by tho law is fixed at $3, .100, which will be thoanioiiiitnf the judgment, with costs, When the jury was polled Mr. -Mills, one of the number, said ho tho verdict of guilty, with extreme reluctance. So far we havo heard an expression, it is of surprise at the verdict in tho last case." Mr. Sumot, commences his select classes in mathematics and the languages this week. We think St the very best opportunities for those who wish to prosecute these studios. AcRicfMTRAL Fairs. The season of fairs has now closed. Last week they wero held at Pitts burgh and Carrolton. At both of which places Solera camo oft' quite honorably in competition. Mr. Yates of this place received a Modal at Pitts burgh for his incomparably beautiful hariioss. At Carrolton, Mr. C. II. Cornwcll received tho first premium for good riding. Mrs. S. Cornwcll the first for skillful driving, Mies Mary Harriet llea ton also a premium for skillful riding and Messrs. Snider & Woodruff, was awarded the first premium for their cxcollent coal cooking stove. Thursday, thi 30th inst., lias been set apart by Governor Medill, as a day of thanksgiving in this elate, AID FOR THE FATHERLESS AND THE WIDOW. I Wo publish below a list of contributions made to aid tho widow and children of ourdeperted and ,l.,r,1 I .... ir- i t - ,.. deeply lamented friend, Jamf.s M . V Al.KF.n. o wish once morn In it,',... ti. r..: i. r f..- ,, .,i i ,.! ,. , . dom nnd humanity, the importance of rendering J what assistance they can towards procuring a homo , for Mrs. Walker nnd her children. The amount, contributed thus far has been given by compara-' tivelv n f..,.. ,.,... oviii ...ti J iM lya f, wpe,so,,s. A ill no others bo prompt discharge the duty wo will eny tho iMl the abolitionist of thj country owo to tho family ol who gave tho last nnd best years of his life to tho most arduous nnd effective Anti-Slavery labor? l . !,, r M- w n . ir i In mow of .Mr. V alker s self sacrificing and gen- erous nature, none would expect that thus cut down in early life, ho would leave tho means of subsis tence for his family, with tho support ho received ns n lecturing agent, it was impossible for him to do sc. Mrs. Walker and liorsix childicn are therc foro left destitute and need, assistance. Shall they have it? Wo hope tho deeds ns well as words ol the friends of freedom, wiil answer affirmatively. It is important that this matter shall bo attended to with ns little delay as possible. Mrs. Walker will of course be consulted, and her wishes com plied with as to tho location of tho home to I c pro vided for her, and when purchased it will belon;; to her and her children. j , j I CONTRIBUTIONS. William Ward, Adrian, il.-,,f)(i 10,i!i .Mercy arj, Samuel II ay hull " I'phraini Itulon, " W oodland Owen, " lane 1. Owciij " liich'd lllendcn, " Mary It. lllendcn, " Sarah Kggleston, " Kliza. Mundeville, ' Grace Uoiiner, " Win. Parker, Koine, Thomas Scott, l'ataninglon, I'.than l.aphain, Allied Laphani, " lohu Thayer, " George Itolierts, " Wiliiam Power, " Ahmsoii AMrieh, " G. Webster, " Norton Laphani, " A. L. Power, " Jane M. Chandler, Adrian, Lydia Jones, " A. Covert, " Ira X. Wells, Peter Marvin, " Mary Ann Delano, " I:", lllll "-. Ill, fi.tft; fl.O'lj 1, till, 12.0U; l.OIJi 1.00; l,;ju o.tHi: 5, (jo ,1,011 5,liil, 3,'W T. C. AVarner, " 3,00 Mr. llaybal!, informs us that S0 or $'J0 in ad dition to the above has been subscribed in Michi gen, a list of which will bo published soon. j l",'i"'S' S,(.ili ,1.00 -5,iV 1,(111! l.dO At 1 1 50, - (Ill; Amounts Paid and Pledged to the Committee. at Amounts Paid and Pledged to the Committee. at Salem. A. M. Clement, Win. Stedinan, Wilson S. Thorn, Moes Conway, Lewis Morgan, Jacob Millisuck, Ann Clark, Josiah Southam, (ieo. 1'. & Samaria Clark, Jane liuhinsoii, Lot I loll, ICS, lien jai, , in Karl, Sarah McMillan, Sarah Itown, K. G. Thoinas, lane Craig, Mary A. Stanley, v Jas. Miller Mckini, Philadelphia, S. May, Jr., Uoston, A Friend, lvlwin Fuller, Jacob M illesack, Goo. Adams, John M. Holmes, V Friend, Huston, Jonathan .Monis, J. Hurst, Parker A Sarah II. PilLsbury, X. II., SHVill 10,00 5,00 5,00 3,00 :i,oo 3.1 Ml 2,00 3 50 5,00 1 11.01 1 1 1,00 j l.oo l.ool l.ool 125 , 2,50 3,00 2,00 5,00 0,00) SJIO .5'0r'l l'.(. 1,00 1 5,00 : Those of the above li.-t, who have not yet paid the amounts subscribed by them will please do so without delay. Payment of Pledges made, or neiv contribution:- can be sent by mail or othcrwiso, to S.im'l Hay ball, j Adrian, Michigan, or to James Bariiahy or Dunja-j iniii Down, Salem, Ohio. The friends in Michigan, best pay their p ledges and contributions to ' Mr. Ilayball. A Tr.RKim.E Haimioaii CATAsTnoniE occurred on ; the Great Wnslero Itailwav 111 Cioadtl hisf. weelf ' 48 persons are reported as killed and 50 badly wounded many of w hom it was expected would not recover. Miss Sarah Pem.it, of Oherlin is lecturing on Political Ileform, and the means of o' taining it, at San Francisco California. Important Iili isiox. On Saturday Judge Mc Lean gave a deeii-ion on the lhink tax cases, that will be regarded of interest to the tax payers as well as the Hanks. Several of the Hanks had pro cured in junctions against tho County Treasurers, restraining them from proceeding to collect the taxes, ns levied by the tax laws of liS.")l nnd 1So2. It was moved to dissolve these injunctions in tho cases against tho Cuyahoga County Treasurer ; and, after consideration, Judgo McLean overruled the motion, and mado the injunctions perpetual. Ho decides that tho tax jaws of ltfol nnd 1852 arc unconstitutional and void. O. S. Jour. Somebody's foreign correspondent says that a bass viol has been constructed nt Vienna, thirteen feet high, provided with pedals to act upon the fin- in,,,.... x.t.o, .t ii, ,111,1;' lllu Ltl'll violin in Germany, which isso large that it requires two horses to draw tho bow, and one stroke pro duces a sound that vibrates six weeks. Church man. Pe.vnsvi.vama Official. The vote on tlio State ticket (official) is as follows i Pollock 20-J.OUH, Hig lor 107.0H1 : Pollock's majority 37,007. For Canal Supremo Court Judge, Hlack(l)em) 107,010, Baird.uf (K. N.l ICOcV.lll, SmyserlW. 173.571. For Prohibitory law, 158,3114; against 103,510; majority against, 5,108, ! WORCESTER, Oct. 30. Asia 0. Butman, the Kidnapper of A. Burns, was discovered at the American House yesterday, and was immediately posted throughout the city. In tho evening a vigilant company of citizens watched Hutmnn's movements; ho threatened to use a pistol nt the crowd. A warrant was immedi ately used and he was arrested. His examination was postponed, and he was couipcllod to give bonds to appear aim answer. It became evident that Butmnn'g lifo wns in danger, a largo crowd having assembled. Some one prevailed on tho crowd to let tho kidnapper go, and no was followed to the depot, when the colored population fell on him, and ho would have been killed, but for tho intetferreneo of Martin Stowcll, James A. llowland, Mr. Hoar, tho Kev. T. W. Hiirgiuson and Stephen S. Foster, all abolitionists. Jlutman was hustled into a camago, nccompan id by Mr. Higginson, and thus escaped with '""j life. Mr. Higginson was considerably cut by the n lllltiauuo llllun II m mo vut.u.v, .it.i...... ,, i..-. pelted with rotten eggs and stones, and was kicked and beaten almost to uoaiti. Jitf There will bo three brothers, tho Messrs. Washburn, in the next Congress. Tho only pre vious occurrence of such an incident was in the Congress of 1820 27. The brothers then were William and John Findluy, Senntor and Kepresen tativo from Pennsylvania, and James Findley, lleprcscntvtive from Ohio. A S f.n in Ciiicaoo. Gen. Cass spoke at Chi- icngo on the L'Uili. 1 1 u wn listened to.it is said. 1 ho pftVet was as oxcitmg as if a bomb shell m,u,ccn tir,nvn ,, 1B rm. Cl,nrl Knw. I k rushed upon tho stand nnd brandished his ,ist n the crowd, while Col. Hamilton declared, in tllt! n,,"t emphatic nianner, that if I'oughi-s came to tho Btanil ho would have him sent to tho wateh- ,lls(1, Kuch an uproar as followed wo havo sel to dom witnessed. It seemed as ir pandemonium had broken loose, nnd tho threats of tl.o .Nebraska ono e" "n'j """'o the matter worse, '?'," ",ee,inK ,WI" """"y declared ndjon.-ncd, "d the gas was shut oir and tho hall rendered as dark as Krehus. A number of drunken Irishmen witn too mot perlcet respect ana (mention. 1 red "'ok Douglass was present and was loudly called "r' "'t verv proper y declined .peaking, and Mi, the hall. Lhc ctlcet of the , n! hi m him is thu.-' Jesc, ibed by the Chicago Tribune : took advantage of this and rushed into the iniddh of tho room, cursing the nnger who was to insult gentlemen, and commenced tiirowini: the chairs in every direction, to tho great danger of the limbs and lives of those who had not escaped. Ono fel low, more desperately drunk than tho others, tried to break a chandelier with a chair, but in the elf, it lost his babinco, and tumbled to the floor. Matches were soon lighted in various parts of tho room, so that the crowd could escape, and thus ended the demonstration.' i no v aslnngton correspondent of 7 hf ?cc-i)r-, Iran lin trusts the W higs of the South "will j :!' , , ' 'f'1 ,;' V'7,,'1"- fl,'inr'-" w"l should rather advise ti,.m to follow somo live mans banner if they can find one. Trilnim:. Pi-RiNn "nn evening with Madame PfeifTer." a correspondent uf tho Transcript writes tho follw - . . "(If 111! the countries T hnve rver visited." sad Mad line 1 !'..; II'..- " .,f ., 1 1 .!,..: I ! .-..I I have ever seen or heard r, in savago or civilized S,IKlhuid, the gambling salo, ns in California nro the w..r.-t. 1 went there in company with friends ; the doors were open ; cvcrvtl.iiia' inviti d entrance. Spletior in every form : temptation most subtle and powertul, con, tuned to lure toe soul and body to destruction splendid curtain-,, carpets, exouisite- ly painted pictures, whose subjects were so hi, pure, that 1 involuntarily placed my hands overiny eyes ; .ra,lVM,e Inlliir.fir nil L-mwI. n,l In l.n loot the akiio', all combined to lure the poor mortal to! sin an 1 de.uh. Vet all wassovoluiv.uo.ly respect-!'" Mio'able. so Perfect in -ood taste. s relioed hi nrmea.- ance, so beautiful to the eye, that its inl lii'i nce stole into the soul, like tho deadly poison of the I'pas tree. What wonder if with awakened pass- in-, and brain made insane by liijiior, allured by lovely young women, who president t lie table and overlook the game, w ith gold around and on every side ol Mini, tlio poor victim rushes to the gamine table for a new excitement and a new pha.'O of stimulations 'r" I a-ked Madame Pfeilfer. of all the countries she had seen, which she should prefer as a resi- deuce, quite aside from her love of her native land, (which is, I think, Prussia.) She said, "Cey lon, the Island of Ceylon : the climate is so line I the country so beautiful, the people so kind, hospi-j table, and courteous." fc-i'-Wo are requested Instate that the pledges j and receipts at the Michigan Anniversary wero Donations, $54,00; Pledges for the coming year, 207,00 Collected on last years j, ledges, 32,00 Whole Amount, $2l.i:i,00 Meetings. MICHIGAN CONVENTIONS. From the following notices it will be seen that our Michigan friends nre prosecuting their work with vigor: ADRIAN, Oct. 18, 1854. Josephine Grilling of Ohio, will bo in attendance at these Conventions and will bo aided by Charles C. Ilurlcigh of Conn., at tho Uattle Creek and Al had bion Conventions. Friends in the vicinity of these places will please Dkah Mark's: The Michigan Anti-Slavery So ciety havo determined to bold a series of large conventions. At Angola, Stubcn Co., Indiana, Oct., 23th, and 20th. Ii.ittlc Creek, Michigan, Xov, 4 5 Hastings, Harry Co., " 7 i Albion, Calhoun Co., " 1112 Saline, AVashter.aw, Co., " IS 10 Farniington.Oakhilid Co. " 252(1 Meetings to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M. Kev A. T. Foss, of Xcw Hampshire, Charles and extend this notice ; and can at tno conventions imike arrangements with the Speakers for other meetings in their immediate neighborhoods. C. C. Hurlcigh w ill hold meetings At Cornell's School, Nov., 3d. Hcllevicu, " ClIi. Olivet, " 7th. Marshall, " 8th. Marengo, " 9th. Hickory Grove, " 1011. Napoleon, " Pith. Itaisin Valley, " 11th. By direction of tho Lxeciitive Committee. JACOB WALTON, Cor, Sec. THE WESTERN ANTI-SLAVERY FAIR. Very k"ul " rticu!arly acceptable Furl.5L will be held in SALEM, in the fourth week in Vcninbe.r. Tho proceeds of tho Fair will bo applied directly and immediately in efforts for tho abolition of sla very and we trust our friends the friends of the slave and universal freedom, need no labored argu- meuts to convince them that tho Into manifestations f the poweI. slolllll stimulate us to greater nnd more determined efforts for its overthrow, and , we therefore ask all tho friends of freedom for aid in this oiiterprise, m the confident hopo of a gener-i ous response The scarcity of the scasou should serve to remind us that the slave has no resources, no hopo but the untiring efforts of tho abolitionists. Grain, Flour, Fruit, Vegetables and provisions Wo would suggest that if our friends when laying lip their winter stores, would set apart a portion for tho Fair, it would then bo ready to send by the first opportunity. All kinds of Merchandize, tl.o pro - opi iiiiiiu. . , ,. . . i 1 j ' .I.... ni.Avii I himr in ducts of every industrial vocation, every thing in exchane-o will bo thankfully received audi nm.rnriated tothcbestadvaiita'0. Will tho sew- in" societies bo punctual in sending their eontribti" it. tions, not too soon, lest there he somo "H""';; lest there be somo stitches, not too lato lest wo biiouiu not gee iiiem. Will Artists remember that specimens of their hnndi-work nro ever welcome and most appropri ate nnd fitting offerings on tho altar of humanity. If our little friends in tho country would ask how they could help us, we would suggest by a portion (tho' small it might he) of tho newly gathered store of nuts. Boxes or parcels can bo forwarded to or left at tho Stoics of James Harnahy and Joel M'Millan, on Main-s., near the Town Hill. - , il' 'S'' ah liown. E!i:aheth Lease, Laura A. Item inn, Sarah 11. (iallnelilh, Luc; Ann l-'aiccet, Sarah S'laeji, It. A. Sharp, llinnuh Slruurjhn, Ann I'earsnn, Lii-iilieth I'. Vickert, Matiiila (', Oalbnath, Ktiialeth Crkr. . , , , t . ', Laura llarnahn. Mary Jane llarher, I'mHi Ilolnnson, Josephine S. (.ijinff, Anijelinn Dfming, Martan t Jlise, Jtaclul 'JWscott, Jane M. Treseott, Sarah McMillan, I l AGENTS FOR THE BUGLE. I Tho follnwinj names have been forwarded ns of , wh(, nr .; f ,,,; ru,.P,.(in,f m,,f r,nvlll,i .uWriMi,,. '"V" "oocung on i lorv, aiding bu!jm iptions and obtaining subscribers. They will g.c lily aid us and wo trust scivo the cause by acting iu this capacity : Local agents for the Anli Slavery Bogle. Adrian, Samuel Ibiyhall, I.ivonia, Harriet Fuller, Plymouth, Isaac N'. Iledden, Vps'.hinti, lhiidino llcliariiio, Samuel I), Moore, t'nii n City. John 1). .innnurnian, Mei'ioy Cirove, Tho's I'ox, Hatile Creek, Phebe II. Men itt, IJedli.rd, Henry Cornell, Fariiiiiigton, Abram I'owo!, Wolf Creek. Warren Gilbert, West I'niiy, J, II. Uiehar'.'soii, Ann Arbor, It. Glazier. , I j I ; ! : j HYMENEAL. j MAItr.IKD At West Cniiy, AVilliams county vino, on j nur.silay, Octoher I -ui, ly .Mr.Newnr".!, Ksq.. Mi. JAJIi;s II IticiiAiiixox, formerly nl' CM- A . , ' ' ul J,Kkln8 I ; Receipts for the Bugle for the Week coding Nov. 1. j ' .,'!,',, '"'!;1,",' "ylield. !'""!'' l-nv"1- Marlboro, I I,-,.-., r..... "" oo,v, I reirou lidwill f'o 1 ,J "SCpll l K Ucurxe 'h'V, S:iloin. (V"-V T''V' !'',,,vullvll,0 1 , '" "'. '-lain. Salein. I ' '" . '"'"r?"" l."l-.V..ti J r,().r,e I Asahcl Case. Lalevillo. Joseph Mills, " Lot '-v.'l L-Vi-5-21 1 , t 12,70 I 75-170 50-5 o l.oi i-",i'7 2.50-5 ,1 1.0H-5O7 2.00-501 75- I'.ir, -l,l'.'0 l.OO-.lol I I! Aldrieh. Adrian. G S.ui'hrs, 11 Peter Marvin, " , N'orris !' Arnold. Ypsilanti. in. 11,'iiion, Cincinnati, i Win. K. I. ukens. 1'iitnani, j Hubert Ge irge. I 'edar Vale, II. iliis. ISaltle Creek, r.dwnrd Marshall, Or-clhi, Charles A. Loud, lliintshiirg, G. Ii. lliikox. GratiL'er. ; l.."n.!'.ii.'il"bn LoO-ll'l , 1 .oil o 1 7 1.50 ."iO -7- IT'J OHIO AND PENNSYVANIA RAIL ROAD. TWAINS OOlNll WPST. Mail Train leaves Pittsburg at POO A. M. S.VLKM, 11,05 A. M. " " arrives at Cresilino 5,30 P. M. Kitpress Train leaves Pittsburgh at 3,00 P. M. SALKM O.oo P. M. " arrives at Crestline 11,30 P.M. Second Express, leaves Salem at 5,30, A. M. TRAINS ftoINi; t. Mail Train leaves Crestline at 2.30 A. M. SALKM S.30 A. M. " " arrives at Pittsburgh at 11.10 A. M. Express Train leaves Cre -.(line at 1.15 P. M. " SALEM 0.00 p. M. " " arrives at Pittsburgh S.30 P. M. Second Express, leaves Salem at 0. 15, P.M. apMgH-M.mi,jh.ujJjyjijfci.i; m.jmiexmw ,ra,garetjKjg3tiflB, ! EMPLOYMENT. YOUXU MLX, in every neighborhood, may have pleasant and profitable employment, by engaging in mo saie oi our ,civ anil I aiuaoie isooks, ana canvassing lor our J'OPLLAIl FAMILi JOl 11- A A Lb. l ol terms and particulars, address, post i i ; FOWLERS & WELLS. 30S Broadway, New-York. P. S. All who engage with us will he nerurcil from the. jmsniliiiti ,;" loss, while the profits derived will bo very liberal. I BUCKEYE FOUNDRY. ENOS L. WOODS. COLUMBIANA, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO Steam Engine Builder. STKAM F.XGIN'F.S of various sizes, construct ed upon the latest approved plan, that cannot fail to givo ns good satisfaction as any now made. Patterns of all kinds, made to order. All works made of good material, and warranted to givo as good satisfaction as any other. Feb. 11, ISod.-tf j Dr. GEO. W. PETTIT Respectfully tenders bis professional services t . the eiiizens ,,l' Marlboro and surrounding c iiintry. Olfice in the room recently occupied bv I'r. 1. G. Thomas. tf. , PROSPECTUS—1851-'5. THE GLOBE; THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF CONGRESS, AND NEWSPAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. ,lnr bloodshed nay, conducting the whole pro common ceding of a revolution with all the deliberation. Loan Bhoi-oham, in his 'dlistorii al Sketches of Statesmen who flourished in the time of George ,,. 'i'i.;...i ..o ......... ......,.,,.... 1. 1.. ., i.'... showiner thee-reat loss sustained by Lni'lan I i " the history of its statesman, and of its national progress, though the imperfect state of parlia mentary reporting in the former times. He opens his life of Lord Chatham thus: "There s hardly any man in modern timea, with the exception, perhaps, of Lord S nners, who fills so largo a spaco in our history, and of whom we know so little, ns Lord Chatham ; and yet ho is the person to whom every one would at once p unt, il ic desired to nanio the moet successful statesman and most briliaut orator that this country ever produced. Ul Jiord SO'nors, indeed, we can scarce ly ho said to knuw anything nf all. That ho was a person of unimpeachable integrity, a judge of great capacity nnd learning, a firm friend of lib-1 ..,,. l ... ;.... .,.! ...r. n ... .. .-..i..m : difficult emergencies, ail are ready to acknowledge. Hut the luithm-ity whi-1. ho p-ssiU-d ,. coteniporaries, the ii.llueneo w hich his sound and practical wisdom exercised over their proceedings, tlie services which ho was thus enabled to render in steering the Constitution safe through tho most '7',"" ""u'.' ftn'' p;u'1."-' "3 n .'",'.iry P"" Without paying the price of oiirhhertics m anarchy . . . . . . and almost in tho forms, of an ordinary h- if pro- "- . have surrounded his name with a mil l vet imperishable irlorv. which, iu tlio contrast of ;,,,,. dark ignorance respecting all tho particular nn 1 urtaus ot Ins lite, gives tne nguro something altogether mysterious and ideal. It is now unfor- tunaieiy too laie, ny supplying mix uu irmaiioii, 10 fill up tho outline which tho meager records of hi-i times have left ns. But it is singular how much of Lord Chatham, who flourished within the mem- orv of tho present generation, still rests upon - ... :...i ... i i... : . va-Mio iruei i lion. ia ii hiaiesorin, ,i, , ne is v, ,.ii.i, ii, ,u " , ; . I known to us bv the events which history has re-1 corded to havo happened under his adiniuistration Vet even of his share in briuiring these about, lit tle ban been preserved of detail. So, fingnioiiH ol his speeches have been handed dow n to us, hut these hear so very small a proportion to tho prodi gious famo w hich his elo.pienco has left behind it, that far more is Manifestly Inst than has reached us; whilo of Ins written compositions but a few letters h,ie hitherto been given to the world. "Tho imperfect stato of parliamentary reporting is the great oause uf this blank." What Smnar nnd Chatham have lost in fame by the oblivion of all the masterly ellortH of their minds which, wielding tho power of Parliament conducted the march of the Government during j , ' I i their connection, with it, the history of tl.o nation bus also lost for want of the or mid verity, the ch iirncso, tho freshness nnd bemitv with which its event, and their Kw might have been pro n'V'"1 1,1 "'" 'l-l'"""" "' ii-rnf. if. ., , .. ,.,,, .,,. .,, , at .p nrv s-ni'tgie i,, ti, ' Continent,,! C : -,r,i l',v. left no history behind Iheoi of lh vs cnil events which had tneir bulli in their debates, except in the meaner formula of n journal. The fen id feeling of the hour, the iir; ellir.g circum stances, the nrgomtnt, thi omrer controversy, which fet the subject in rvi'ry v.niely of li; ht pesed iuvny with the breath ihitga'.e ihen 'utter ance j nn I n-en who wore not f urp is-:,il, in t!;n "pinion of I,m I I'loiiliain, by "the m ister f':i'"s men of (he wcrl 1." h ive lyio.ai! r I to nothing of the oloqiii lice which guided tioiial CooucilM but. the sli.i low of a n i',: cent publications show lew graphic hi: come? when the actors i:i it sj c il. f ,r t!e nod e( i,ts as they eTnerge sr.ioiji l':' ni its page. I'.m' j has le iv taken ere sort of gr.nj.il, c hi-tovv shall f'.'l iV in l! full nnd perfect, day by ib'v : on'! ;li':' lie iiinn will nial-n his own Ids'or;-, end i-npi'vi-bably v. i(li that of this e.oii:'--. if v r ; ..; J... v ',..,. j ,,,, , .' t tV- . ,. ". '. ' , ' 1, ' V( nu i b! i i o . .o i , i ' , o if i , ;:. , ,. V iliirninoiis :hat il can only be rrad bv our I l;e i .uteres , cnil (t.ol.n and .Apicr Ills Coiintryi irn partially durii. i" t pne; e nre in ten -ted ic, one ni",i:a,v". i :,,e in nn, '. I'ili'eri'iit t'-ns look for the u..,. va:-t ti the action of their several I cpre-c; ,''iV, '-. -..(!.,. ,,r Cejai.i of one fretjUeittly p , ijesa t", i;!e-. -.t oi t the re? t ami amid: t the n:as i! is diiliodt f.n c .l( section, or in lividoal, to get at the s; i .-..ii i.ju'.'e: io"s! interest in." to (hem. 'J'o cbv'ate tl is. nnd enable :;!1 to get at aejl i'i' ? a ne-vi"W ol the entire pro'oe Hugs p tVicriK ., j.:, 1 (., ;:; h,.jr attention on v hat suits their par.';, o'er view.-. I will puMbh in future, in nd i'lieii to t! " :.;'. "icl the Cnr-.jj-rcsi-ji.-l ( 1 1 .1 and Aji,,-. , A 'I'l'I'-PW's C.-.MIKf -v.-v.., Go,.;-, ,,.;,;':.;,,. brief of each day's debate on every i , i . rt;-,t:t ject liis-ou'.ed duriojr t!,e pre.'c.': we. It, ranging the names il,e st c.kers .. a;:d ,11 v- pre-ciiting the pe nt-- ui.vii", d and l- a-'ur nients on each side, somewhat in the i n;-c-? le i:i r f to the 0,c ' '. b oi! which for-visic briefs are ; repaid, 'i hi-- w-i'.l s"iel ;;ratu!' ai' Iv to every Ktibsi-ril.rr Citigr:'i..t:el t.l.ibe nnd Apj eiv!;x : end to who may consider the si:j;:ue.u v -j"..j.t v.' them, the subscriptinn ii,.c fur the tM-.'v w two dollar,, per iinnuin. ii 1 e The brief synopsis of debates will f.V! hot a 1 p"rt ot llie ci.oiteips id tins li .ly ; i't. ; If w ill contain every in poitant item of 'ir.d-i nnd domestic news which can be tlcv,i"l f;,'.;i tl e daily print" durin;; the week, tor'her v illi thai which may be brought by telet'i.p.'i tit tho mcni'u-t 'of going to press. It will c, .t, tain, t e-ble-,. the intere.ting miscellany which is jtiven in ti e Daily .Globe, and the Washington fesip of the h ttci j writers, extracted from she different nev.spa ev which employ them, when"er they t-hjill be e, j teemed of such import as to interest the readers 1 of the ilebe, nnd bear such probability on their face as to warrant their insertion, I As this weekly paper will be sent to all the fu's 1 scribers fur the Congressional Globe nnd Appen idix.it will certainly have a more general eireu lation than nnv other newsj ai rr in the I'nltcl Sti'tc and will, therefore, invite advortisem-iit.-, from every section of the I'nion, o.-yc -h.T.y tb. 1 w holesale merchants in the great cities, v, hie! will givo it additional inlcro.-.t with bii ,i::. ;-s iisc: every .'. here. The Daily Gi.nnr Will be printed on a .1 inbl royal sheet, twice n day during the res.ioi:s of Con . gess at eleven o'clock, a. in., and live o'clock, p. in. : during tlio recesses, at live dollars a year for eiiher the morning or evening C'lition. The even ting edition is the one most suitable for subci-ibors who live out of this city, as it will contain, be the full proceedings of Cui"a-oss of the day hei'i puiipslied in 1 1 ic mor, ling edition, a toil synopsis. of those of the day, together with the news by : telegraph, and from other sources, up to the hour that it is pul to press. It v.-i 1 1 contain, also, all. laws and joint resolutions passed by Congress. I -pIR ',,N,IIif:,o m Glow: ,n A i".';-.ni x : a double royal sheet, in : will also be printed on lioolt loi-m, royal quarto size, e.icli number cnn- tainig sixteen page". The CoN.:t:r.sioNAi. t.'i.oLF will be made up of the proceeding1! of t'oiigvcs-. and tho running ileliates as i.aKoh it, wn by (lie -i reporters. The Appendix will contain the Mcs-j sagrs of the President, of the I'jiitcl Stales, the ' Ileports of the Heads of the Executive Depart-! inents, such speeches ns have been withheld by Members of Congress f,,r revision, r.r.d nil the. laws and joint resolutions passe-1 during the scs-i jsion. A complete index will be made soon after 'Congress adjourns, and sent to all the subscribers for the work. Should any muni ers fail to reach; subscribers, they will he sent to tln-m, wiihoiit ; charge, whenever they advise me what numbers they have not rec-ived. Subscribers should be1 careful to file all numbers received, as the. complete work will he found to be very to them, and the expense of furnishin: valuable ; niissintj- numbers very expensive to mc. The debates of Consrross are nowlas fully a as faithfully reported iu as those of any other leg til" Ciingrestional Gh ishitive hodv arc- in this or any other country and vet tiiey are sold to subscribes for one sixth of w hat any oilier do- bc.tes are s',1 1 for ill this country, and rlirrnfh of what the debates of the liriti.-h Parliiuont are sold for in Kugh.ud, w here paper, reportin r, type, and tvoe scttni '; are. each ,-n l nil, much cheaper than in this country. I he liOeral sun scrip' ion by Coc.gres enables me to ,v"!l the debates so low. And Cunirross, for the purposs of enabling tlin people to obtain them at as love a rale as they can be afforded, passe 1 the follow ing joint reso lution, authorizing thorn to go fr.-e by mail: Joint Kesolution providing fur the distribution of the laws of Congress nnd ihedeha'es thereon. With a view to the cheap circulation of tho laws of Congress and the debates contributing to the true interpretaiion thereof, and make free the con, munioatioii between the representative and con stituent bodies : lie it resnlrerl I.; He Setuile mil Ifmse of ?; rrienl'tliecs rt the I mini Slates ol Ameriea in f nn- iress fixsemhleil : That from and after the present' 'session of Congress, the Congressional Globe and Appendix, which contain the laws and debates thereon, shall pass free through the mails so long 'as the same si II be published by order of Con - vress : l vnri'leil, tliat notlim herein shall bo eon- s.riiedto authorize tho circulation of the Daily Globe free of postage. " Approved, August 0. lS-2. Tt'F.sliAv's CoMMir.SSIoXAL Gi.ohf will bo pub lished every Tuesday, nnd contain all that is prom ised above. It will be commence! on a double "beet, but if that "hall he found not to be largo oii...i!rli t.i contain all tl.o matter, then the s,,ect wlU 1)0 e"liiriioJ- j i ;rs . es re 1 j ! i j 1 j I TERMS: j?,,, one COpy of the Iaily Olobe, one year- - So Oil ,n (ii,.on fnr ft ,oss t t,,e '. ..j, during the coming session. 3 00 ,n , "... , ., . , II U..A 1 nob n,,bu iin.lmi Si a n nt , I , 1 . i t n I In Liu' Where bank notes under So are prohibited by law, or cannot bo readily obtained, I w ill send two copies for S5, four for $10; ami so on at that rate. For Tl'esiiay's Cosgressioxal Gi.ohf. ono year, $2 For six months - -- -- -- -- ..........1 Subscriptions for less than six months will not e ,.e(.0;vc j An order for nny of the papers must bo neeoin anied by the money for it, elso the paper will not e ,-ent. " Hank notes current where a subscriber resides will bo receiv -d at par. Tho Daily Gi.onn which will contain nil the ,. ., .,, , , . tn-riceedin -s nf Congress; : wi 1 bo sent to the papers 1 1 ,L-1 ' . "... ..... ., ' ..' . .. that copy this prospectus as often ns three times before the meeting ol Congress. Thoso who publish tliis prospectus should send a paper directed " Daily Globe, Washington, 1. C," so marked with a pou as to direct attention to it. It is expected that thoso papers which published the prospectus for the l ist year, and have been re ceiving the Haily Globe therefor, and desire to receive it the coming pear, will publish this pros pectus. I desire to employ Agents, who can produco good roeoincndatioiii, to obtain subscribers. JOHN C. RIVES. Washington City, 0 ..-tobcr 12, 15 1. M'CLAIN'S COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE. Salem, Columbiana County, Ohio. W. M.-"T. MK, rriiuipal and troemr of tht &.U ruct- rit" . Xc-ot'i'tt, W'.' 1'. C O'Jl'J'I?, rnfettor of Busintti tintl O.na-r DCittl J'i t"1"X ir'p. U. AMJiIJ;il L ip, Lictutcr e Ccmmtrel l law. Cor.mcr-. This Depnrtnient will furnish tl.o ita dert rx.-rlb i,t facilities for acquiring a thorough prne tied knuvli.'e." ol !?inf;!e srd Innblo Kntry Boote K0 ii'jj, si.d ( ommrfhil C.h ulntioii", ns Applied to evuj iiepnrtniei.t of (.ninnercc, Mnnufneturing, Knil 1 !oo-l r.i.l .:-,mi! :i looii , rte. It also rmbrncer lu.-i:nss l' !,n.:ii;.l;ij, (,'.,ir,n,i-rciul Cricspondenec and l,r( turn cn L'oOiiiu i, i,.l I.nw. 'll..nti:!i it'a'-h.hniM tt in lorfe iUicn hao hithertir I vt-i ffgai.Kd r,s ulioest the only rchshl source of m Diiiii ' K Pit -a'ioi', v. c hope to teotk'f this Institutioit h' riby t il,e ( r i.li Icnce and pfltrnnsgo of bu' -inesi lien, 1 1, m nrc those to lie found! at the great c?:,t, cs i trade, 'it. a comparative cheapness of ren ac '. Hvk. ri a'. i' ns t tunosh tuition at much lower r.i'c thai, it can be I ;el in larger pluccs. Mr. t'l'ij 'r is m i; I i nv.n ,o nn nccomplisbcd anil (-. ;.;! it, l.-r r.f the t'j rniciiun System of Pen !n .-lip, nil we I, 1 i;o I., .-"aei y ir. snj iriff that he bob.) no M-jit-ir, i.v'pt Mr. Spmccr, lhhrf as HViVi" or ...Vi.;.'. ', i:i ary Con,tr.crcial College in th .s we h r" eur, v. by the ."eepinj lire . . .' !... c. -j't-rtly b-"a ask:-l, with'n the pnst luitien I t instruction In Honk' i :o act, I. icj.tr thun lor most nt!,er haam-' -. we de, i.i it prep r to say that whilo lo.!l'j (.',, .in, co itil Collc'ue, at 1'itta j-:.t ate r.i bocamiiig fully coijuainted .en: (-.ti b r system, ns well as with hia ,i..t:--.f, ui.J l-j v.l, ilc visiting some of : , i i l If.l.o b in tl.i State, we B? i i,i t,r ,-pi,,;-n uhicli cii(hl J-CHrs oi i! .i.k-Kt.-oii-.g, under vtrious eirctlm- 1 ur,;li, 1. r w '.' b t!. c. IOC,', 4 el' il o:ii.: 1 1,1 , , I pn us!y 1 ici el upon il", that to receive' I; a ,..'.-- of tho aeirr.ee of ac- -l T t- oi ,i, r the 1-nnj.tant cure of kin,.' the labor of test-hing tfhc atu--if t'i:.l lo tl at ItstoycJ on scvcrul k K- l rtlr f 1 :,i.,, I,"., id s -:i ic e j nnd therefore, ren-P-'.' !,!,; f,r n tciel.er to take charm of in il, u rn ta twenty stu.kuts lit ono tunes ill b. iasTuitcd in Jivid'iullv, so that thejf it ill. t: .01 tl Ktu.ln.U et.tcr f,t :i:v time J'o in sec, i to tea wciks r.rc sufficient t complct .!.e i ur; A fit c.I' r.rat, rnraf irtcble and cemmodious rooms' mi: t-1 t tjj Hunt uj, j.,r tho accommodation of the In- S'itilO'. I'ip'.emes are nv. a: '.-1 to those who complete the c-'t.ise jrad i.ostin n st:-fai-tni v examination. Good boarding cu!, U(J )i:,d at ffom 2,00 to $2,S(J per we, !c. The tlrt sc; noil will rammenre TTftvrrfiP 4.tt t ir '1 KI'MS ; I'uyaMc ir.viriably in advance, unless sprt -.a! arran-cir.ciit i.- nuide to the i ontrur y. Vv.W Mcrc.li.tilb col..s, inhulioa, in addition to book' keeping, business I ei.ti,.M,ship, luw lectures and commercial coriespomlciice, 20,U0' Same eour.'C i',r lades, $tl,),0Qf (tii,iiUiCi,ta! ;;ctiniausbip, twenty lessons, 15,00 .!,-,'. 'i,-. Mrs. It. II. Mef'I.AIX, who has spint severt.l veins ir preparing h.-rself to teach tho different varieties of PainTing anrl Drawing, authorizes mc to say that she will tuko pleasure in givint; thoso who" wi-h In r services, regular courses of instruction ii I'm and Pencil Ilniwieg, Water Color, Oil nnd Mono ciiroiuu'ic l'uii.ti;, end fskctihii. from naturOr--. Tel ins moderate. As the 1! lard of V. Inection of the I'nion Se-hool of this place, think that 1 will, by opening such n sehoot at that lor which 1 recently issued a circular, so inter fere with the success of the High School department of said Vnion School, ns virtually to violate the spiric of a contra, ,t made between them and myself a few weeks since, 1 hnve agreed to dispense with all the de partments ot" the Institution mentioned in said circular except tlio Commercial Department, to which 1 will therefore be able to i;ivc my entire attention, WM. McCLAIN. SALEM EOUNDUY!! ' u- ntf Ci " cit'l Com! .Voce,?, rati on Snider ' e!- Ww'rfjt; ui the olJ SMJCM FOCSDllV, in Sik;t, fthio. THANK I'LL for past favors, we would call th( attention of the public the variety of stylo ot" Stoves now i lar.jj aired at "ur establishment. 'ehii;c all who may want frtoves, to call and. examine ours, ns we are detenoiueil to sell ns low as any other market dare sell, either wholteftlo or retail, and warrant all our work. Among the Stoves are ns follows : Tho N ATI VK, improved, for the use of wooo which has stood against till competition of Cook Stoves for the last live years. The MINKS! ITA, Nos. 1 and 2. less in size than the Native, equal ill every other resncet. The F.MP1KK IMPIIOVLD, in the length of th lire-chamber. The KLTCIIFA M ITCH, one of ths latest im proved Premiums. Tho WASHINGTON C'OK, a new style for n coal cook, n a Mipcrior plan to any iu use, nnd adapted to the very purpose of coal, which can be changed by an additional plate to a perfect wood .- tove. No st ive now in use has tho Rnmo advan tages this has to be so completely changed for tho use of wood or coal; and an additional improve ment is the rai.dug and lowering of tho urate. w hich will lessen or enlarge the fire-chamber. The LILV PALLOR, a now stylo of Parlor, as well as a Parlor Conk Stove, made upon the latest style and most improved -plan ; nnd by t'ho use of a tancy top, it can be changed lrom n cooK to a pei ieet parlor stove. Also, two sizes ot a encaper style, for the same use. Three sizes of the I'll ANK LIN', nniong which is one of a liaud.-oino 1igi-re, of a large size, fijr the use of large rooms or parlors; also, lrtrgf stoves, for the use of meeting and school houses, simps, ic. CASTING:! of all kinds on hand and mado- to order, such es the country demands, among which are denies, I'lennjhs, Share, lurch Slejis, Way9 ami lii'mi; llojis, dr., dr. All the above will be sold low for cash or country produce. SNIPER & WOODHVFV. Sai.f.m, Oct. 21, lS.j l. FIFTH ANNl AL ANXOUXCKMKNT O" THE YE MALE MEDICAL COLLEGE, Ol 1 J: A A i L I -I A -!. tttis T.,ct;t..tb,n lo,..,t,..l .w 9"0 ,b.l, Street ... ., ,,,,,, .,, .. .. I'-'Mdph.a, Pa.; will commence its next session on Saturday, September 30th, 1So4 and continue- 3 weeks, closing on Saturuay, March 12th, laoo. This is the longest term of any Medical School la the I'nited States. FArri.TT". PAVII) J. JOHNSON, 5L P., Dean, Trofessof of Chenii.stry and Toxicology. F.LLWOOD HAHVF.Y, M. P., Professor of th Principles and Practice of Medicine. ANN PKLSTON, M. P., Professor of Physiology. LPWIX ITSSKLL, M. P., Professor of Anat omy. MA UK G. KEIIH. M. P., Professor of Materia MoJicannd General Therapeutics. , Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children. KLUSLY 0. THOMAS, M. D., Professor of Surgery. WILLIAM F'.LT'ER, M. D., Lecturer on Medical Juiisprudcn ce. ALMIHA L. FOWLKU, M. D., Demonstrator of Anatomy and Chemistry. HF.NHY F. HIUNHAUM, Janitor. This Chair, now vacant, w ill be filled before tli opening of tho next session. July 15, lc5L J. C. & W. SAVE11Y, niiolcsaloDniKgists&MaiiufaclnringChemists, No. 311, Market Street, above Eighth. Philadelphia. Off-r i the attention of Country Dealers, ft general nnortniont of DKCGS, MKPICINES, CUKMICAi S, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, YAK X1S1IFS, &., 4c. August 5 ,-l?5-3ui.