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Daily Commercial Register (Newspaper) - August 30, 1852, Sandusky, Ohio SerVol- ill ijjje JDoilB ig Begiiter Building, Columbut IMS liiau one year, to ire paid in X 50 10 1 00 ___ 1 00 2 00 2 50 ____ 4 Ml 5 00 ___ 8 00 ....IS 00 00 18 00 28 00 S2 00 25 00 SC 00 SIR 00 SS 00 CO 00 4.-. 00 f MX 00 u twelve ehiinKcii.................. WOO I u chniiEwl weekly................. SS 00 L. Tr. lutfh ihp DAILY Hnd AVKEKI.T U aoVStementi we charged at the rate of fifty cent, for and ten ceuu for every wWiing to iliwntinue their yearly or casual i sivc notice the ConntinK-Iloora. Tnnrirecof Aaiiuxl AdvertUera b limited to their own iinJallaiUerliieinenU for the benefit of other (12 linen one Insertion each additional insertion......... one week...................... three ncctj.................... one month...................... two months.................. three months................... piv rtllh t-ix changes or less, per auuuu civ e chanson.............. changed nix changes or less........... twelve changes.............. changed weekly............. nil changes or less........... twelve changes............... changed weekly.....'........ with four or lens..... fix changes.........'........ tirtlve changes............... changed weekly.............. cuts published In both the mi as eil l adverllsements, and mi as e fwctlouwlesienl iu by them, ma5l te paid for at tile usual "vntlres for of Uterary, llilitary. Fire, and ollitr or for the of FjJr', to Ire paid fur as fol- inw v 'EW YOEC, Tribune Building puiLiDELruii, Third aad Cbcsaui Strccti. Business Directory. Arc. Business. Directory. WHEI.DON BIIOUE5, nnd Retail Duak'ra In Drug-t nnd MedlcinoP, ruitib, I'orfuuicrv, ic., Water street, (Sorth Me.) SundutU- Ohio.________________-_______________ A. ii. Wholesale nnd Retail Dealer In Drugs, I'akits, ic., Wcstv1 Block, C'oluulbUB Avenue. _ Dealers in Mcdiciaei, Oils, A'ariiibhcs, Tttrpen- tlne, Dye-Stulb, Sliulf, Tobacco, Cifars, Knnty Arti- 1'crfuiuerv, Ac., Kmpirc JJlock, Water itrcet, Sjiuduiky City. M. ULAJ1C. J. COSWELL. Transportation. TOOL PECK, M'holefwle and rietnil Dcnlt-rv In Drr Groceiies, HooU und Hardware, Iron and Njiti, Water street, Sau- diukyCily, OWo. AKCI.U for tlie Rochester Scale W. T. A. K. WEST, and Retail dealers in Stable and Fancy Dry Goods, Crockery anil Hardware, Boots and Shoo, J-ook- Iiijj-G and J.oolcing-gl.'uy Plates, Carpeting, Mahogany ic., "Wests' new Stoue Klock, Columbus Avenue.. Dealer in Hardware. Dry Goods, Groceries, Tndla-Rubber WEED BROTHERS, Retail Denlera exclusively hi Chfiui, Glass, itnd Crockery of til descriptioua. Water street, Commercial Hotr, Sdiuiabkr City. JAMES SMALLEY, Merchant Tailor, ami dealer in and Vest- (ienUcmen'a I'uintehing Ac., Ac., Union Block, Columbus Avenue, SamfuAy City, Obio. IIENUY H. WHITE, Iletatl Denier In Foreign .yilk American Domestics, Oil- Cloth5, and Mirrors. On tlie Avenue. WJI. Ar. MOSS, Wholesale and denier in American and Foreipn Hard- Carptnicro' Toolri, AgrlcttHural Iciple- meu, Builders' Furnishing M.itertela of all Vindd, ic., ic., corner of Water Direct and Columbia Avenue, SanUutLy Cfti. U. C. KEKCII, Dealer in Hals, nnd also, Hides and Skins, "Wool, "lifp 1'elts, itc., Water street, opposite Phccnlx Block, San- PETER GILCHER, Dealer in line Lmubtr, Phinglca oud Lath. Orders filled promptly. Yard Street near, II. H. Attorneys sit LAXE, STOXE, LAXE, Cnun-ifllors at Tjtw, Mcquiter y.. LANE. W. f. STONK. W. G.' LAXE. K. B. SADLEK, Attornfj- at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, (Ute j Judge of tie CircuiL) OlEcc on Jackson street, Sac- GJI3BS BtTLER. j mission ItrokerR, Waztr btreet, Oiiio. j Life, Tire, nud Marine Insurance. AH orders for purchawi or sale nf Property will meet with promptLattention.____ ilu-iy City Ohio., RAYMOND. CoiBRUMion aad Korwardinp oGcc over 1'ut CooVt'i. Cash advances Ina4c ou Confijnmcuts to Ituffalu. HENDK11SOX PETT1UOXE, Fonrardinc and Commission Merchants, Dealers in Sait, Fish, an'i Produce generally. Sandtiaky City, Ohio. _____ MAD RIVER AXD LAKE ERfE It K. CO, A Cttr-erBRiiLtii, Agent. CrtScc in AVarchoasc (up SaadmVy City, Ohio, ______ TUCKKR ic TILLSOy, and at Law, Sandusky City, Ohio. fice on Columbus Avenue, in Rlock. rrotupt attention will be giren busines J. G. k. A. CAMPt Attorneys aad at Law and. Solicitors In Chancery, Office in Ph'junix DIock. -v. vr. Atio-nry and Cvunscllir at Law, Sandtislcj- City, Ohio. Office In Wot-' Block, up JOHX LACKEY, Attorney aa4 Couiiscllyr at Law, Eandusky City, Ohio. Office Colnrabti" Avenue ami Ma t J. A. nd I'lniadPlphh Steamship Company Intend 'sail their now Steamships twfoUous: use: RonntTLencii. Cm' or WiLLiAji FROM rUlLAUKLVUXA. CITV OT-MANCHEPTCft............Saturday, Julv 17. 01TY OP ULASGOW................Saturday, AU'JJ. M. ClTV OF MANCUESTEIt............Saturday, Sept. 4. CJTY Of GLASGOW.......'.........Saturday, Oct. 2. J-'KOM LIVEKI'OOL. CITY OK MANGJ1KSTKR..........Wednesday, June CITY OK July "I. CITY OK MAN01J AuK. 11. OITY OF U Sept. 8. CITY OK Sept. CITY OF GLASGOW..............WcdneaUay, Cx 1. !2T. KATES OK PASSAGE. FROM iitoit I.IVEKPOOI.. Saloon Saloon afterStuteroouia 20 gint. O-j 15 forward 05 forward 13 Including Steward's fees.' TIIIUD CLASS PASSENGERS. A limited number of third class he from Philadelphia ami Liverpool, and found lu provislona. Frosn From Liverpool......6 guineaa. Krcifiht on tine goods 60s per tun, and coarse hard- nare, Ac., will be taken to agreement. _ X. U. Ily the Ute alterations In the sailing of Steam- ers, and the facilities for quick trareling by railroad and hteam- eiB in Europe, whom timeia an otycct c.m Grc.it Uritain, Irelatiil, Jillowing them about ten daya to do forc returning; and be back in the United in 40dajd from lutes of pahaaj-c out an.l saloon berths, mWrfilp, forward, third clua? An experienced Surgeon wiJ! be carried eacli ship. For freight or apply to THOMAS K1CUARDSOX, Phil.tdelpliutand 41 Exchange Place, Xew York. mCHARDSOX, BnOTilRKS CO.', TJvcrponl. jyCdly 1852.. Cleveland and Sandusky Line. THE splendid Steamer JOJFIX JIOJ I'JBIt. Cnpt. TrofffeU -nill run regularly between Clevt- Und and Leave CLEVELAND d.nlr, (Sundays .it 9 A. M and arrive at Sandusky in time for the Arrow for Detroit and the for Toledo. Returning, leave SAXDCSKY upon the arrl% al of tlie Manu- ficld Newark nnd the Mad Uher Cars, and an ire at Cleve- land at nn curly hour in the morning. This Boat connect the Curs tit both Cleveland and Sandusky. The subscriber has chartered the John Tlolliater for thin .nil the public may rely her regular trips as For freight or passage, onboard. A. GURUY. Insurance United States Insurance Company, r OF WF3T Y. Cnpilnl has IIMIV i Ihut OR THE UinoVTUE rmriEt DART, Prtntdtwt, O. L. l-OOTE, ned Sdiiduky. June 28 A. M. SlUTOA. ItOYAL li-lllM-M, _ JOHN IV. (JODKHCY, Agent jo? Ohio. HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE CO, OFFICE E-OJJT OFficV: ii'riLuixc.n inrrorX cos's. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, OVElt arlay Three Years Jiuxiiiesi hsuad over IWfc-Us STOCK OH At the option of the insured, tlnw meeting the wniitrf cir- cumstance? of the public more fully, it b dun nurelv Mutual Companies can do'. President, HENRY L. MILLER, Sccru T. IIOOKKK, Vice Pjesldoat. rutiry. JOHN W'.GODntKV, Ccii. X, OlUce lii JBlocIc, Sandudky City, 0. INSCIIAIXCE. JETN'A INSURANCE COMPANY, OF UAHTPOItU. Fire and Maiinc Kiskd taken. OjpinL, rsiu up. Tiioudd K. Bran, President. J S. Secretary. UAltTFOIU) INSURANCE COMPANY, ot iLucTfoaii foonhD IN 1S10. II. Hc.NTi.voio.N-, PruaiJent. CIUIUJM Taiiou, Sccretaiy. JBTNA LIFE INSURANCr. COMPXNY. Tnoius K. Cuvcc, I'rci-itleiit. 1 S. SMsrcUvj-. This Company under the hamc dtrcutlou as the .'Etna Tire Company, but uith a separate annuity fund of the amount. NEW YORK LtFE INPURANCB COMPANY. Ol'HJL. J. G. i J. A. CAMP, y, Jan. '21 1S52. SAXDCSKV Sandusky Insurance Company. "pJlIS COMi'AXY now to take .Marine JL iqioti liulls FretoitK, at the innnl ratci of other good comimnits-j. The stock nf company la (uid in as well itcurcd us any i eaih and bonds and an companviiMhe UiulcO Pmits. HOWARD, of Detroit, Nnaox V. STEWAPT, late of and G. of Detroit, entered into under and itylc of MEVYART CO., and have leaded for a term of the e Docks and DtpoMVareho'ises, at the tenninns of the Detroit Pontittc, Oakland A Ottnw.i Railroad-', tvltcre thev irfli transact a ral FORWARDING AND COMMISSION IIUSINESF. Their extensi-. e ftXJlitiea :it Detrclt, ilteir connection some of the best ami nost respotiiibli: lines through Buffalo, Oxleiuburph. Montreal, Toledo, Cincinnati, and La- fjyet'e. irill, they iliiuk, enable them to give ftjjl satisfjctioa to their friends and They will, stall times, make reasonible Cash Atlvanocs on Flour, Wheat, Pork, Pig Iron, Coal, and Salt. [nihOdtr A. If- MOSS, sKFit; Office of DlMroirut, Deposit, and collection, on Co- lumbus F. T. OSWECO. v., PRODUCE COMMISSION-MERC1I Wfll gt-, p f-ariicu- lar attention to the telling of Wheat. Com, Fiour, and other Prodi'CC in martctj anJ ihe receiving and font ard- in? of to ca-tero aia-.lefs by Canal .T ltailrot'1. Xegotia'ing of M'he'it of coarse, tine, and dai-y Salt, Water-Lime, Coal, Ac. 1 laving a l2rse m the and :i knonledgc of eastern uiirk.eti, full to cti'itoincrs is antkipated. acceptn.nrt'3 fit nil made upon Ebipuicnts accompanied by JMla of Lading. City. C, BAAK, GEORCjrTnoiiMON, x KAXK oy SAXDUSKY CITY. F. T. BALALT. Cashier W. TOKHE F. T. llnrney 11 F. Osl-ori, f, W. Torrey. E. H. Hninc- E. .Tcwellom. By C. F. Uu-tkE, Saiidufrky Oliio- TOWN'HEXD lIOCSBi J. 11.V1UUSOX, I'HOI-CIETOP. Corntr Dtcatur ami JIartct'strcotf, Sauilusi-y rilVj Oliio. Grocery :ind A. LYTLH Jfc CO., Dcalcri in Prorbluiu, and Milp- JaodmVj CUy.Ohlo. _ -_ H. T. DEWKY, hr i-vion-uc GoM and Sihcr Watches nnd Cluiins, and Cold Pens, Stiver Spoons, Plated and Kritannia ffare, Musical Invtruiueiits, and Fancy Goods; and will sell cheajver than anyone c'.sccin- sod Clocks ajiU xn.rmntcd. R1VJCR A: JIltlE K. 11. CO. FISDIAY PaEsenjcr Car u-illlca-c the Depot on and at 10 A. M.. for Hellcvue, Lodi, Kepubhc, Tiflin, Cerwict, Oregon, Carcj, Vac Lye, and Jlcturning, leave FindUiy at A. JI. Holidays, antl 1'iidaya, until further notice. E. r. osBonx, sop'. EaadusLy, .May 20, ISM. AVatcr si UYUD .t CO., in ?roTtVioii% ttroceries, Krult, Vegetable', Ki--h, Wjlcr Blrcct, Cftc: nnU M.iiu slrvct, c. s. iiinyixs fc Draltn !n Frerii Vrrnh M'lld Game, llinAitrjrh j Cracker-, Cigars Prot Won-, and all Units
on as itaaoiKL teniu as anv other Comi'iiii. J. (lODntnV, Api-nf. Oftitc In dtone JllotL, Cul.nttbiu Ar Fmiinakj June pur sight as wcgopn our pilgrimage. -The Wuaeky is over our heads the sup shines.fcrightlr and though the clouds aud storms may hide it'for a day, it again uiore gratefully; when passed. The fields with their grass and summer to be seen. Trees] are.Clothed id verdure, and if n inds, and the beauty of the other the frost, it is only to be decked anew in the spring; nnd all would te'ach us this the'j reiuiuj us of one be better, for they are But we heed them not, often.' The voice in them! is too still and small to be heard (lie din anrf bustle of life: and though in Eden it sounded those happy ones Jaefbre (heir ,fjll like n. heavenly melouy, and numberless harps were attuned at oncis in unison, their strings 'discordant novfi-jor they are well-nigh silent. Let us listen other voices-, and though from this we learn no oth- er lesson, we may remember conscience the monitor whose voice, if not harp-ones, we are permitted to hear. Over the couch of sleeping child hovered its ministering angel. Tlie thoughts of that bright visi- tant were upon the future'destiny of who slept in "innocenoe'Jb'e'neath the years of what might be a long life o'tr earth, they ran furw'afd, and Tis'deep a shade "as ever' rests opori an angels' brofr came over remember- ed the sin and temptation through-which this young immortal must before he entered ciiy. But, ns'if gladihouglits had uispelled the'lad'f nt once that eloud passed away; iititted mortal 'curs to hear the angel's voice, happy.spirit would have been-beard This child shall have a guide, for earth's trials' antl darkness, for over his head will I'place a harp wHose' music shall fall upon no ear but his "and by.it shall be judged whether his life proval. v A smile pltn'cd about the lips of the aa if he were in a pleasing dream, and he aw'oke. It was moriiing. A fond mother same darling child. Ife threw her neck and kissed her, and with a soil voice he mother, me again that morning pray- er you told me yesterSay, for I wodld thank "our father who has kept me through the "feme to vo'lriflf to labor ii. MOhTox, JlooU'Cller, St.ilioncr, nnd prescribing Druirfiist. on hand for the most extensive assortment of standard and oth- i-r Vancy Stalioncry, Ac., in this quarter of the Etatc. Verandah Ituildingj, nrect, inher and will be tntillcd to wi Lkl> bcm-hU' if fif-'.i- bled b> sickness W accident fioni attending to jonr cndi'iary RATr.i. Yearly d. po'its for niid.-i nfi; of acr pi-r jear jon nlll n 4 (i HI.................10 yeiusof hy r PM.' An admi-i-lon fee of will be chared in udihtli'ii ti> the ubrjvc mid must be paid at the time of in.lking .ipplie.i- tlon, and the (Ir-t dcpo-ll In 110 d'.ys. lion Poolo, lion I: f.idler, Hon. i fl C.ild- K'irl liill, i: Oun. Iti-bfr, Dli.bcroiis llloral, Clnrloi Dirt, A. M llon- Jvnin Line, 0. I.. Koote, Win. .1 Hirnmil. (I. V.'ilin.irlh, Niiirlin T.eitcr, I.. U Vile, A Bail, linynl Jlainnin. 11 nt, I'resl.lent, 0 1.. I Vice trrM- ilenl; IIor.il IIirnum, Skecl'.Tiiasuicr; M. Jerome, KximiiniiiK I'hysici.in. irf-icR IT. J. Conmrv, andTre.is'r; 1'hye. lluineh OHiC'', ltlix.lt. t'ohinihm Avenue. City, Uhlo, April H, ISM. IZB TO BRli: PORTS IN all kinds of 1'Wi, .tr. "fno.M rouit TO fix DAIS I-HOJI NKW IOKK j By Fast Steamers and Rail Roads. 100 rOt'XDS. and Piod-re Cftnilnis-ion Me-ehnnts, denl- rs in Grain, Flour, Piou-ions.S.ill, .itcr-Limc, 1'l.uler, :.isc ,md sale of prop- fcandiisky, J.in. R. WEIGHTOy, and Shoe Mnkcr, Columbus Avenu Mhc rout OfliM, Cily, Ohio.___________ J. M. BAILEY, Manntof tnreV and dealer In Tin, Sheet Iron, and pcr Ware. A general assortment constantly on hand. Job. lilnn done on the shortest notice. Wayne street, Sand.it.ky City. EASTMAN miles wot of (his City, on Eqndnslfy Ray. P. WHITNEY, Itcal Kstatc flrnkcr and Oencral Land Agent, corner of Fulton and Water -Irceln, Sandnskv. Ohio. WILLIAM MARSHALL, House, Coach, Ship and Sign Painter, Ollder, Olnzior and Pa- per Hunger. Nos. land 5 Verandah lllock, Wayne Mrcct, Sandnsky ______ GREGORY HAGY, 1.1 'irROM M'.'V YOHIt jol ClilKol'lic.'.'.'. Clrclcvillo 1 I Vn j Milu nikiclhi l'i fr.nn Detroit.. 1 501 Si I.nni...... i. i.is 1.1 l.f.O UOAL.V iV SiWl'MI, 1S52. I.M 1.11 1.1S rnol nivTOns, A. It. Conn Co., Huff.ilo-. A. W. P luiea Co., Sew K. W. Woane, C. II. C.mllcld, 121 at., X. ,1. R. A Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 537- Mark packiiKf-, IK 'hip hy People's Line Steamboats Isaac N'etrion and Ilcndrick Hudson, foot of Conrtlandt strccl, New Vork. May 1852. Summer Arrangement. 1832. YOHK AMI) EHIR RAIL-ROAD VIA. X Four Trains dally from Dunkirk lo New York-. 1st Jlorning Express Tiam at 6 oVlock A. M (Sundays City Saloon and Hcslmirnnl, one floor west of C. S. Hlggins Jt .ccptcii.) wnlcr _ Mall Train a O.W _A. M. (Snnrt-y ert.> JOHN W. GODFREY, General Agent for lift. Health, Fire and Jt.irine ftffice jn Stone Block, Sandnsky Ciiy._______ COOKE k OQ., plain ant) Om-cmrntal Jol) prjntern. Commercial Kegfiter Olfice, corner of Market awl ColmmKns 0. D. Oflj Hangfog and gtde I-amns all tiiex. Cnijrcftdo. tyftfc, Oihnn'ra at Oroek- tryStortor [nUlO] i WEED BUOTHCRS. 8d. Train atl-lfi P. M. (Snnilnyn exccplcd.) 4ili Tram at 5 o'clock daily. Sic Cleveland ft Cincinnati, fandmky vance, of every other and wlin less fatlgitf us tfi< i ST. Y. E. tt. It is six feet gauge, and y" CHAKuts-V !T.V, t B. nstulrofaf.- .49m .STAVES i T'Olt ItiiffiiM, Caniul.i, and nvtorn Voi I', witliont rcsbip- l1 pins nt Allnnv or Troy. fST bclnccn New Vo'k nnd IliuTdo. Tlih line is composed of flnl-rli'i Cnnnl Hoaf, rnnnmK from Now Yo-.lt to nmTilo in connection with pro- pcllcr-, and s.ill vcs-els on the lakes; .ind Cohb, A Co. s Ohio Line, on the Ohio, i-'coll i ?poiirer's l.mf on the abash, Kirk, Liwlon A Co.'s lino on the Miami, and J. S. Sen home on the Illinois canals anil Kivcrs. Also, i enable arrangcmcnu with all the Western Railroads. A. H. Conn ft Co., A- W. PAUIKR A Co., N. Yo-k C. W.bloani', C. II. CanOcld, 141 Bread at., N. M [vlssifV R5 Q'taV st., Aloanv. "itrfer 10 Co.. City, Ohio; A. Checv- bronsh, Asent M. It. 4 U f- K- R-! t.N. H" K ami ship hy Western Stalci Line Cnnil Boats, lower tnd Wcr B. Ilivcr, foot st., New Style of Wall Paper. In this mAr. Sandusky CiW, rfay B, HOUSE lamer.Hj of al i-iur. niAisvM; ixst TN'Sl'lt WMt'AXV, 01' Of iN CO, N'. Y. IMiililuliul In IS'.J, and Ins never failed to pnyall losses prnaiptly. This Insliltillon niiltinilcs lo l.ikc rinix? on UK f.norablc terms as responsible C.nnp.inics. lIL'IillAKI) .1 CO. Ajents. But she kaeu" not that sweet notes intended for that loved one, had come, from that invisiblB, harp, and as they soon_ ihc' child lied to ask no further. He went into the fields to play: -A ted across liis path. Meirily he shoufed as he Tan niter it, and so eager was he in the pursuit, that ho? heard not the low sad tones of the invisible, harp which sounded again until he caught th'e frail, beau- tiful thing; hut, as unintentionally he-crushed itirf his little hand, it fell at once to the- ground, shape; less and dead, as it was, ior he heard those notes Jsfng an.iy ou the breeze mournfully." 'And still they sounded as he toolc the crushed ihsect hand and smoothed its colored wings, and watched the shining dust upon them; and tears fell last, as lie sun- it could tly no mote, aud remembered he had hilled it. fur childhood id not hard-hearted" but at death. ''Did xou hear Ue tisltcd of a pUymatu by his side. Only the limn uf the Uees, and the song of tho_ blrds thnt just Slew by was the answer. Aikl the boy began to think the harp-music was meant only fur him, for he had often' before this heard it when no others did, though they vt ere near; and ho remembered now that it was sad only .when hd sinning. A poor beggar boy passed the door. While Ih'o boy asked him if he would not rest, for be looked so weary, and ran to biing him bread, he heard tho joyous music over htm. Agsin he sported in the fields. Harsh ivofds frcro' spoken by a plnyniatc, and he would have returned the same to him that spoke but the harp Sent forth mournful notes, and how could other than Uind words lie spoken? The tuonds and glad notes came to him on the air; a soft an- swer turneth awav wtath." Aud is this not heav- Years pitted. lie whom iiiiiu'etcring angel had been permit toil to bless with such n monitor, h.id well Icnrned that us he acted good or ill, so its notes sounded. Bitter trmh were before him. Tho destroyct look one whom the youth had loved. A tiistur, the dear one of childhood, in whose exist- ence was bound up his own, was to be the victim. SicUnesj did its v.ork, :tnd no hand rouhl save her. The parting moment c.nno. She gave him a look hi' affection, a List died. In the depth ofliisgtief, he rcptoachcii that he was callccf to make a a.iciiftce so trying. Oh! how and plninrivo, .ind ajroiii.iiiig, nlmost scemod the liarp- (hen, until the stricken one bowed In submis- sion, aud imploicd fofKiieneSs, and there came a "ijothing melody, breathing in his ear, '-Goddoctti ull things -TcM." tarly manhood came. lie nho from childhood lind thus been the angel's cute hnil nrarly finished Ins sojourn, uud ho lay (tp'jn the bed of death, his onn ininNfcringnngul .still hovciiugovcrhim. They were soon to lie eaith-born, heaven- destined spiiit, and the angel who had ever been near. The invisible harp hnil been his guide to acls of goodlier, lie h.id followed its teachings well. Ho luul its warnings in his thoughtfully. This had led him to his God, his sa- iur, nnd now to his last home. THcmls wept in that chamber, but a redeemed coul went lo take up its pat t in the chorus of Heav- en. Tin: SCIIOOLM.VSTUI ASD nis when: is "On the nnip sir." _ "I mean, Joseph, in what Kcastcrn or Western "Well, ilie laud of Africa is in the Eastern conti- i. tit. fill (if Vnl dOWrt but the people; sir, arc all of 'cm down rrilli: T.TXV IXSUHANTi: 00., of llarlfovl, Conn., are JL nn.vpropviil lo Like risks in this lily, Milan, Nor- _ n.ilk, IVmont, Rellcvue, Republic, aud Tiffin; on as favorable ncnt. D ternn ILS any roniinnv. I Persons h.ninp policies IsMied bj lhi< i-ompniu by a r.irmcr "Africa, sir, or down "AtVicu, blockhc.td f.L LrtOMls, p.'i-ro..... ajrent, can liave tlicm micy, ed bv cnlliiiR at Ilie I'ORIKR, Ai.vnl, Rmdnskj rltj. THOMAS K. III! rrcsidcnt. J.lV.t j "Well, sir, it hasn't got any; it never had "How do the -Ui it-.m pcojilo T A. PINTO, ARCrtl for the Sim Miiliir.1 IiiMirance Compa-1 ,n tl. HIT, NVw Vork Cily. and the Sandmky Cllj Mnnm lion- DiaHinjJ "I "Ko sir; by ilrawniR their brcalht" '.Sit donn what ia the Why, fir, it's a horizontal pole running pcrpcn, j' ilicttlarly through tho imaginations of astronomers ranee Oomp my, .SnniliMky. M irlne risks t.iken nn carries lo anil from nil ports on lh< lakl-s upon as fiM.i able loi ins as tlu-y lire takun liv sponsihle ofnYp. Olllcc at the dopnl of tlie M. i. 5. C. It. It. May 10, ISW 'A'C CALIFORNIA LIFE INSTJEANCE, AT itcnucnn UATIA POMCIKS i-sned on the lives of sound and l.faltbv pcrwns and old goographcra." OITicc over West's Dloek-, Col. Av. SandnsV Agcrtt. GF.X. SCOTT ON Xbifolk p.ipcr pub- lishes ft letter from Senator Wade, of Ohio, (o a contlomnn of Xorfolk, in which he denies that Oen.- :ott made to him the assertion thnt ho would soon- cut olThis right hand than lend it to the support I of slavery. Xo such rleclerfttion was msde by Gco. Scott to or in his hearing.__________ pOOt t PY.CK'S'. M AWO ?atcs. Country Tanrrers 9KKW rMigbt Mr h Cons'TOft parts of tho tinctnr-eof lamianunV.finclnfe treble strength, tinctnre, of pcppormir.t" treble spirits of ch.mphor, dW from iive to thNy
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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
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"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.