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   Daily Commercial Register (Newspaper) - March 7, 1853, Sandusky, Ohio                               SANDUSKY, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 7, 1853. New 11, No. 244. he pails fiommcn'ml B ac_ietor Building, Columbus Avorme. l.i COOKi: 4: CO., two months.......... threemonths........ iis moutlis.......... j months....... with ill change's or lui, per annum.. .til 00 chiioBed wsekly ti-c or Icsj twi-lve changes chougod noitly x ehiulgea or less e chanfes changed weekly with four c'limgea or lesi a> oo 00 as oo 35 00 30 W 83 W 611 (HI U, 00 47 00 03 00 09 W Business Directory. WHELDUN KUOUES, Wlioicidle nnd Retail iu Drugs and PalnM, bye-Stum, Perfumery, tn., Water itreU, ilde.) K-indusky City, A. It. BBLDES, Wholesale BDd Retail Dealer In Drujp, Dye-StiiDV, ic., CLAHK. CONWELL, e in Druxs PalnH, Oils, Varnishes, Turpen- tine, Uyc-StuiEi, Oi'i' cles, I'erftunery. Tobjtco, Cijan, Fancy Ara- e Block, Waur street, S Transportation. CHA.NGE OF Sanduuky. Mansiield Newark Railroad. ON' AKUANGKMKM'. N' and after Wednesday, Decembir 1552, the regular Express Train of tho and Ralitoad will leave at 9JJO A.M., and arrive at hew- ark at 4 OS P. M., "topnlns only at regular statloni. Jteturnlns leave Newark at S..80 A M., arrivin. nt Sanduiky Connexion's with the Toledo, Komlk i Cleveland Railroad; Cleveland ColumbUJ 4 Cincinnati jrllU Central Ohio Railroad. K- UOLINSOM, Sup't. Nov. lltf Transportation. 1853. i: CO., PRODUCE COMMISSION, STORAGE AND SHIPPING MER- CHANTS, SANDUZKY.OIHO. In Klour, Grain, Pork, Lard, Seeds, Salt, all of yi-hj Water Lime, Plaster and Coal. L. S. HUBBARD, K. U. WILCOX, Dec. SO, IbM. L. FI1UBBASD, W. J. COOKE. BOURNE XOKREY, ealer' in and Funcy Goods, Music, Toys, Per- A onlmnd. bell's Snnduriiy, Ohio.________________________ W. T. k A. K. WEST, ale ana P.iull ileufcm in and Fancy Dry Goods, kery aod Ota-Ware, Hard -rare, Boots Shoes.Looi- Ulas-es "Hi llitta, Carpetlzu.', llahojrany West-.' Blnel', Oulunibm Avenue. vnceriug. twelve changed........... cliatigtd weekly................- ,u.ffl.ntg published In both the DITI.T and WEI-SLT iuuject fj an additional charge of one-half FREELAXD T. BAUNEY, Dealer In Hardware, Dry Good., Groceries, Jndia-Rubber Itelting and lacking.__________________________________ ______ H. WHITE, Retail Peoitr in Foreign Silk Goods, American Domestics, Oil- .Matting's and illrrors. On the Avenue.___________ will be "nseinenl! we charg'-d at the of Mty cents for rtiou'and ttn cents for every Insertion, Ye-mentis made previous to insertion at above wi-hinc to discontinue their yearly or casual other per- legal wlvsrtisemenw, and advertlsemeats oTsM sent Si by them, rouit be paid for at the dees for meetings of Llte.-i.ry, Military, Fi-e; _____, Vj. WM. V. MOSS, Wholesale and RUail dealer in American and Forcijn Hard- ware, Carpenters'and Joiners' Tools, ARrirulturallmple. mr-13 IJuilVr.V INirnlshlDj; of all lindf, Ac., Ae., corner of Water street and Columbus Avenue, Rtndirjky 0. 0. KBECH, h-J-r in UaU Cr.ps, and furs; also, HM----- Sheep Peltt.ic., Water street, opposite Phoaiiz Block, Su dusky City, j ____________ lub-equeut insertion. s of thanks, Ac., at the same rate. Domcadon., the effect of which is to promote private [5, to be psid for at the rets of 25 cents per not accompanied with written IlnterKd until forbid, and charged accordingly. Y B PAL.vtER, the American Newspaper Ajent, b r'tuis Paper and authoriicd to take the same rates as required by us. Htt J, Scollay's Buildings, Court Street; Tribune Bulldingt HtA, Third and Chesnut EtrceU- Business Directory. GIBBS A: BUTLER, Commission Brokers, Water street, Sundnsky, Ohio. Fire and Marine Insurance. All orders for pnrchite of'Property will meet with prompt attention. promptly. Depot, PETJEK GILCHBR, Pine Lumber, Elungles >n4 lilh. Orders fliled Yard on Street nEir, Mansfield R. R CHEAPEST AN'D MOST EXPEDITIOUS ROUTE TO KCT' YORK, BOSTON AND i-lULADELI'llIA. New York and Erie Rail Road, VIA DUNKIRK, IN CONSEOT10S WITH Clevebnd, Columbus 4 Ciuciunati Rnlh-oad, Cleveland 4 Pitts- bar'h, Norwulk 4 Toledo, i Nevrart Railroad., and Lake Shore Railroad to Dunkirk. Three Trains Baily from Dnnkirk to How York, Ex- cept Sundays- in. Fjcprtu Train leaves it 4.30 A. SI. Mail Train, at 10.00 oclock A. 11. -'id. Evening 4 P. M., Daily. Kff The Cars of the I-aVe Shore Rdad run into the Depot New York and Erie Railroad at Dunkirk. Lake Shore Tralnj leave Cleveland, as follows: Bav Express, at T 00 A. M .irrive at Dunkirk in time fo- trie EveniiiK ExprcssTrain, which leaves at 1.00 P. M., and rrive In New York R'-10.23 next morning, _ --7ire at Dunkirk in time o'n'iy one Train on Sunday, leaves Dunkirk at 4.00 o'clock Cleveland to Xetr Tort..... Swond Class Farefrom Dunkirk w New York...... Tare irom Sandusky to OleveUnd............. taj Ticketi at Sandvsl-y and i Cleveland. AMEISICAK EXVIllSSSi' COIUVASV. LIYINGSTON, FARGO i CO., Pit 1853. 1853. AViiiios- Express leaves daily for JlufT.ilo nod East at 9 A, M. for CltvcUrnl, Columbusut 9 A.M. and West nt 9 A. M. for C-nCinuaii and bomb at 8 A. 31. j-mlMtf OUAS. T. TI1AYER. Agent. Insurance Agencies. FUEKI! THE "NKWVOKK CITY" FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, of York Citj, will take risks ut reasonable rates ae ony rit c a.s President. t T. 0. Vice President, Checked to Utrovgh to :it FRED'K W. COGSWELL, Attorney at Law and Notary Public. Oince in P.ejisler CCYLER LEONARD. Law and Notary Prflic., Offlceon Columbus Av- opp nrii. the City Bank, Sandusty, 0. RCSH n. Attnmev and Connsellor at iJiw, Sandu.ky, Oldo. Office in Union Block, Golumbua Avenue______________--------------- TCCKER MILLER, Attorneys and CouoKllorJ at Uw SMdnjky, t In Block, (up etilri, neit door to Mayor i Offlce lumbus Avenue. w. n.Tcoir. LAXE, Qmradlon al Law, Renistcr j._ W. F. STONE._______W. G. LAXK. Dec. GEORGE RAYMOND, ceComntaion.snd Forwarding Merchant, office over Cooke's. Ca.h wlvanca made on Consignments to HENDERSON PETT1BOXE, aSl CommiMion Merchants, Dealerj in Salt, Ksh, :r, Lid Produce "RITER AND LAKE ERIE R. R. co. BMnon Transportition Agent. OffiCf; in Yi'arenouse Baliategt, (up stairi.) Eaniluiky City, Ohio._______________ J. A. PISTO, f Manggeld and Sanduskr City KaH-Road CoropinT. WJI. T. CHAPJLAS, riltagand Comrais-ion Merchant, and dealer In rnih ic ic -t the old stand lately occupied by U. flUlArn- i'co.i'footof Hancock Kreel, Oi'y- E. B. SADLER, Attornev at Law Solicitor in Chancery, (late President Judys' of tie 13th Circuit.) OfBco on JacLnon street, Ean- SustyCIty J. G. i. J. A- CAMP, Counsellor! at Law and Solicitors In Chancery. Office In PhcenU Block.________________________________ A. VT. HEM3RT, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Sandnsky City, Ohio. Office tn Wests' Block, up stairs._______________________________ JOrTt MACKEY, Attorney snd Oonnsellor Sandusky City, Ohio. Office corner of Colurabus Avetme and Market St.___________ VJUXI.A HVK1H-OOI, UTcrpo ____________fa Steaawaip Company intend Eaain- taeir fa vonte SKanathips as follows: OITY OF M Capf. Kazan LirrCH. OITY OF GLASGOW..TZ.llolO.-Oapt. FROM PHILADELPHIA. nmrir nv PT ......Saturday, Oct. flwjtster. QECllIGAN' SOU'i'SIEKN INDIANA KAII.MOAU. kX olid aftir Juncary Ist.loiS, cnttl fuither notice, Vass- J engerTrama will run Kt-vt-en Mon- edally, except Sundays, U3 fulloiyfl: Chicago for Movroe and Toledo at A. Af. Tol'dnjor Chicago at.............8 Monroe for Chicago at............73- This Road, in conjunction the Toledo aad Nor- ark, Shore, New York 4 Kne, Bulfulo Albany and udb'on Iliver Ii_il Roads, forms the only Rail Itoad coinrnu- unication between CHICAGO NEW YOKK CITY. Also a Railroad communication is now opened between UICAGO COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI i PITTSBURGH, Via 'A'olctlo and IVorwalli Jiich intersectj the Mad Eivcr and nimilton A Dayton Roads t lielievue, the M.insfield Road at Monroeville, and the Oleve- ml Columbus Cincinnati, and Pittsburgh Roads, at Cleve- JOS. H. MOORE, Sup't. "il. S. 4 S.I. R. P.. Office, Adrian, bee. STlh.TSM. f____________________janldlf THE IEQU1TADLE FIRE INSURANCE CO., of London, England, and Now York City, will take risks u low 89 any nrtt Plcncc anA Remember, That this ll the only Ifyitimats fnmitance Qfficifo Northern Ohio where Insurance in all its brunches Is eonducted. Kver cratcful for the coiindenca thui far reposed In me, J shall continue to use tny best endeavors to merit whatever of rood may full to my lot hereafter. That tho public has been and still 1s distrustful of many In- surance Companies Is true, and Is as Just as it Is true, for some half dozen failures during the past eighteen month! ahauta create a doubt and causa an investigation before entrusting our property with tlu-m. From certain measures which I have liken 1 have thus far been able to avoid such companies and thall probably be able to do aa here.ifter. I IIHVB recently obtained the agency of tbe above snd other safe 1.111! responsible companies, can be reluditpon. Persor.3 having property to injure will tad It for their Inter- est to Insure with me. s J. W. GODFREY, General Ins. Agent, Office in Wests' Block. Sandqsky, Jan. GP.OCESI2S AT WH01ESALE. S. I'OIlTCIt d: CO. COJiSIERCIAl BUILDINGS, WATER ST., SASDUSKY, 0. F. GIDDDTGS, Attomer at Law, and Ajcnt for the purchase, sale and ei- chAn'eof Real of r.ll dwcnptions. Omce opposite Post Office, Eindusky City, Ohio. _______________ -I H C. TTILLIAM3, Merchant, No 1 Union Block, Comrabns Avenue. lnVfciylr.E and MUing of Pro.ince generally, ke remittances promptly. A. n. MOSS, BiSKrz; Office of Discount, Deposit, and collection, on Co- FK01I_____ CITY 0? CITY-OP Vw" CITY OP MANCHESTER......Wednesday, S, las-. CTTY OF GLASGOW..........TTednesday, Jan.s, IbM. m-Tw nr A Wednesday, Feo. isvo. OTY OF CTTY OF SlsCHESTBB......Wednesday, March RATES OF PASSAGE. i. F20M LrVEJlPQQi- 990 Saloon after Staterooms 20 gins, midships "65 midships 15 Srward 55 forward Including Etcward's THIRD CLASS PASSESOEKS. A United, number of third cUss passengers wfll be tnten from Philadelphia and Liverpool, and found In provisions. I From i. PORTES, I j 1. j JS.O. MCKlBSna. PORTER CO., have removed to Rebcr's New Block, Commercial KuildiDgs, Water Street, where they are now -eceiving a large and freah Block of Groceries expressly for this nurkec. They Inrlte dealers generally to call and examine their stock and prices, and have the demonstrated before pur- elsewhere, or going further ftnd fannp worse. Their TEAS, COFFEES, SCGABS, MOLASSES, have been selected with the greatest cnre, and are the best to be found In the eastern market. They embrace every variety from the cheapest to the best qualities, and will be sold in Quantities to suit purchasers. Tobaccoes and Cigars or every grade, shade, and price Pipes, Raisins, Figs, Preserves, Spices, Prunes, Currants, Cit ron, Almonds, Brazil Nuts, "Filberts, Pecans, Madeira Nuts, In abundance. Cheese, Soap, Oil, Candles, Confectionary Matches, Eag Salt, Pepper Sauce, Lemon Syrup, Starch, Bed Cords. Clothes Lines, powder, Shot, Lead, Decanters, fall, half gall. Squat and Specie Jars, Quart and Pint Hasks, ana other G-lass ware, Tar, Turpentine, Rosin, Ac. Particular attention is directed to their unusually large stock of eacelleai "Wines JLlqworS} will be sold by the pipe, barrel, tee, gallon, or bottle, at the very lowest rates at which the same quality of Liquors can ,e obtained east or south. MERCHANTS AND GROCERS, jho wish to purchase, oanhereflndeverythlngmtiii line for the complete ontSt of their establishments at low rates. Remember "the Commercial Braidings Water Bt. Sunduskr. Sept. 88.1538._____________S. PORTEP. CO. INSTJEANCR AGESCY. THE COSSEOTICCT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. Accumulated Capital THE POP.TA6B MUTUAL FIRE- INSURANCE 00. Accumulated Capital THE FBANKLIS IIARINHAND HUE IXSDKAHCE CO. Of I'm TorH: Cash Capital THE NEW YORK USION MUTUAL INSURANCE 00. Of Johnstown, Capital THE HUDSON P.IVER MARINE AND FIRE INSURSCE CO. Cash Capital All losses promptly paid at this office. 0. LEONARD, Agent, Union Block, up Stairs. Bandnsky, Nov. G.ISM._______________________d" om Orttfcates or passs je will.b- Issued here to parties who are mons of bringing out tbeir friends at rates. ons o rn eiKht COS per tnn, coarse goods, hardware, Ac., wtu ta- de ken fnfcnect to acrecnient. An experienced Snrgeon will be earned  liT in Tin, Sheet Iron, and Oop- on Irnod. Job- done on the shortest notice. Wayne street, Sinndiuky J. H. GUILD, [Iturc Mr.nutactory and Ware Rooms, Itubbard'a Block Kkion .treat. i. n. Ijitactorfr of Ridci, Guns Pistols, Ac., TVayn o street, City, Ohio. P-trUcJar attention given to the purcbiuc and made on con-imment, to _ ANGUS EZKA Jr., PRODUCE coirxissiox MERCHANT, 19 Sontll St., ficve forts.. roviyons contained In the revised Stat- Vi ..tor -unt. _ Office on Building, 2d story. 6ee bonm from 9 A. M._tojLg..Jk. R. JIORTOX, Of- ficial eff' my such, that it stands without an cquul In the catalopne of medicines in pving tone and strength to the Stomach, which makes it an infallible remedy for "trMted with Dwrpeptia, the astonishing cures performeed by this Sj- up after Physicians have failed, Is the beat evidence of Its su- perior efficacy over all others. TIic Tnpe I This is the most difficult Worm to destroy of all that Infest Che human system, it grows to an Indefinite length, becoming length becoming so coiled and fastened in the intestines and stom.tch effecting the health so sadly an to cause St. Itus Dance that those nuHctedseldom if ever suspect that It is Tape Worm, hastening them to an early grave. In order to destroy this Worm, a very energetic treatment must he pursued, it n ould therefore be proper tn take c to of mv Liver I'llls to remove all obstructions, that the upon the Worm, which must be taken In discs of! Tahlekpoonfula 8 times a day. Toeso directions followed have never been known to fail In cnrins the most obstinatr-c-ieof Tape Worm. JtoljcutacJc's I'illsi. No part of the system Is more liable to disease tha t the Ll- YEP it serving as a fllterer to purify the blood, or giving tne onniiT secretion to the bile; so that any wrong action of the I.lver elfLCts the other Important parts of the re- variously, in Liver Complaints Jaundice, ic. We should, therefore, watch every symptom Indicate a action rf the Liver. These PIUs beingcom- nf ROOTS 4 PUNTS furnished by nature to heal the -'-k- Namely, 1st, An EXPI.CTORANT, which argnmenU e sccretiun frum the Pulmonary mucus membrane, or pro- files the discharge of secreted matter, "nd An ALTERATIVE, changes In some inexplica- e and insensible manner the certain morbid action of the TONIC, which gives tone and strength to the nerr- i system, renewing-health und vigor to all parts of the body. 4th. A CATHARTIC, which acts in perfect harmony with other rrrpvo'lents, and opi'ratlug on the bowels, ami af the whole mass of corrupt nnd vitiated matter, and pun- Ing the blood, which destroys disease and restores healt.i. You will End the-e Pilli an mv.jirablo medicine in many com- aiiits to uhicli vou are subject. In ob.triictlon- eilher total r inrti il thev have been found of functional arrangements to a licalty action, pur tying ,1 bloo.l .md other so effectually as to put to llight all which nmy nrlM- from femnle irreguliirities, M head- cbJ, In the Bide, buck, Ac. jnegfiiuini- utde-3 signed J. N. Hobcnsack, all others bc- i cw supplies, and store-keepers desl- lu't address the proprietor, J. N. OFFICERS. J. T.BABNEY, Pres't. n. J. GIBBS, gee'y. TORREY CO., Treasurer. Office No. 4, opposite Custom House, Sandnskr, O. June 4th, 1551. Mutual" Insurance OP BUFFALO. This Company has made an annual dividend of over 86_per cent., to the Insured on tbe amount of earned premiums since its organization. The above companies we Vnorr are sound, and entitled to the confidence of tbe business community. promptly paid at this ojficc. p Opposite Custom Home. LIFE INSURANCE. Sandnsky Agency of the PJttkhurff tlfe Ins. Co., of PUtsburg, Pa. MUTUAL OR STOCK. jnanhattaii Ins. Com. Now York. E. S. LANE, Medical Exm'r. R. J. OIBBS, Agent. Office opposite Cnatom House, Water St. dolB 1-ULTOS CUTONO. Dated New York, Juno 16th, 1S52. 'Ol'elt ottenlion to the noove notice of Copart- bled to render cntiie satL-faction in tho di SKS! S strictly and invarialily to a t' Commiesian i'uwnws, thitl ca n, itsUllmts mite, any drcu.n.u.noej h.ave only the of my con signors to and their interests 'o OTO. S. COE, Esq., cLhler Ohio Life Ins. t Trult Co., W. WETHERKLL, of Fulton Foundry, Machine Shop, Patent Planing and Car MtoufHCtory, corner of Kolton and W.a. Ohio. W. DEWEY, let.in mWud, uf Coal, Plate, nnd BOJ: Copper, Tin, and Sheet Iron Wore. Work and Job- o( nil tands done to orilor and to _Colnmlms Avenue, flanditaky City, Ohio. WOOLWORTIT GALE, InStovei! tindTin Ware. A full assortment of the approved patterns Cooking, t'arlor, and Plate Stovts Wrlonltiinl Tools: (Hrdon Scoda; ItcMgorntors; 'VKtor Rain-Water Filtori; Meat Bafej, ere., etc. Job nllklnilidoneon short notice. 1 HEXRY F.mplre Bloci. OTcr Poo! fteVe, WftMr Itroo 'ractnrea alUln'li Blnn't work at shortest nolloa. LODIS KIF.R, PhwnlT Block, oirer 0. J.. Derby A Allldnds of Binding and Ruling done to order stwrtw rdt LOCKWOOD SMITH, P CITY, Pmnrlftor'fftkf CtMraM Portage Flitter WILLIAM MARSH ALL r- A Shir, nnd Slxn Painter, Oildor, Glazier and Pa- "an'S Ycntndah Block, Wayno Sandusky City. -TXAOUERREAN- AimST, Rooms in TWr.! belV rilfelt, Wnler Co., DELANO, DONI.EVV A Co., ISanVorn, IjVMirit A Co, Oaccr.T ti CARfKHTKn VKRMrLVll, SAXDDSKY. f) w'Siipt. M. It. L. E. Railroart, S W. Toaiirv, Cashier Union llnnk, A. Crnsrnporan, E-.IJ., M (113HiU. BniTOX, HcxavTi-reyM, Ueq. W OEl'OT. entered into copartnershi r the name and itylo of HOWARD, STEWART CO., ,d haro leaned tor a term of years the exten.lve Dwtoi an at the lenmntn of the Detroit I'ontlac, e. CALIFOENIA LIFE INSURANCE, AT REDUCED RATES. POLICIES IPfDISTPUTAJltE. POLICIES on the lives of sound and healthy persons vi'itlog the Pacific coast by way of Cape Horn, Istnmus of Darien and Nicaragua or overland Houte, to reside at Pan- ama, Francisco, the Gold Biggins, or Oregon, in the old National Loan Fund Life Co. or Hartford Life Insurance EMrarremlumon either only t Frauds in We give the following article place, tbiit somo of our young men who will' venture at Cards practiced' gambler, may profit by the Gambling "is practiced to a fearful extent in all the large (Hid, occasionally the" blacklegs make sallies upon the lesser towns to'impose'upon the unwary. Our OWE place has been visited this win- ter by numbers of tha and some of our young men badly their astonishmenat, as they say, since the gamblers appeared to play eo fair! We quote Mr. Green's expose that the victims of misplaced confidences may have, their eyes opened for tbe future. "The''Baltimore Sim gives the following abstract of a recent lecture and expose of the immense frauds in all systems of gambling, by Mr. Green, a re- formed member of that fraternity: "Mr. Green next remarked that the erally had no adequate conceptions of the degree of skill which was attainable by persons who made gambling their business, and that if he could only succeed in fully acquainting the public tnind upon this subject, he had no fears that any individual, well iiiformed in the matter, would be so simple minded aa ever to attempt an encounter with a pro- fessed, gambler. This great degree of skill on the part of professed gamblers, was the result of _some amount of science, strong powers ac- quired by cultivation, an astonishing slight of hand, obtained by constant practice, all aided by tho marked cards in general use, by which they were read as easily as if played with the face upwards. To convince gentlemen of tho utter folly of at- tempting to play cards with professed gamblers, however amusing might be their private games with each other, he would show them how completely he_ could control the" cards of the entire pack. The game of whist waa called for; the cards shuffled by those around when he immediately dealt him- self and partner all the important cards in the pack, lie then explained to them that, knowing _every card by the back, he could deal the second, third, or even the fourth card from the top, as well as the Brat, and this he did again with a rapidity that de- fied the closest scrutiny to detect -U, and with, as much apparent ease aa if ho was dealing from the top of the pack. "High, low, jack and the game" -was next called for, and the cards thoroughly shuffled. He imme- diately dealt himself the ace, deuce and the ten of clubs and turned the jack, and gave his opponent tha king, queen and tray, beneath a score of watch- ful eyes around tha table, none of rvhich could de- tect the cheat or account for the result, until ex- plained by Mr. G-. Eucre was next called for, the cards shuffled, ifr. Green dealt himself the ace, king, jack'of clubs, jack of spades, and ten of hearU, and turned the queen of clubs for trumps; discarding he insured himself all the tricks. This he accom- plished by making several changes in the relative position of the cards, which is done, and could only be done, by thorough-bred gamblers. Bragg" was no.it cards shuffled and cut; a partner to whom.Mr. Green. _ laid he would give a large hand." He dealt him "two'bullets and the third man the same hand in showing that the gambler could, in his knowledge of the cards, by raarlsj, deal just such cards as he chose to deal. "Bluff-" was next called for, -and Mr. Green showed that he could deal the cards from the top, bottom, or middle of the pack, with so much dei- terity as defied detection. Tbe "Faro bank" was next called for. This, Mr. G. said, might be considered the national game, and was suppo-ied by tho public to be the most equal and fair game played with cards. But his ex- position of the many modes of cheating by marked cards, false shuffling, bending the cards as they were about to be placed in the box, stocking them when, gamblers "snow" the cards, (a peculiar "gaff" as played by the finger to push out (which cheat, he said, is played a great deal by Baltimore "strippers" or cut cards could be shuffled and put up to lose, all was startling information at present, some of whom can- didly confessed that they had lost their thousands at this game, but declared they would never play again and would advocate the passage of a law to punish those who had been instrumental in robbing them, and prohibit the continuance of gambling houses. A great variety of trick? with cards was next presented, showing the extraordinary slight of hand OfHce over West's Block, Col. Av. Sanduulcy City Jan. 8, 1S52. F1K3E JSfSBllAJfCE CO. AHKB ISSURANCB COMPANY THAT WON'T FAIL. Office, London, Eng., and Kew York D. S. Ye timid ones, fear no longer I Let the doubtful take courage and get their property insured. Tbo subject of Fire Insurance is fettled I Property Oia be safely insured acrdnet the dread element. Determined that our cliirens shall hive at least OCT F re In- surance Company In which they may feel secure In risking their property, I have succeeded in obtaining the agency of the above uneiunled Company, tilth a eifn and well invested capital of tha enormous sum of Two Million nnd Five Hundred Thousand Dollars. A portion of this fund la Invented in U. stocks and other local securitieB, and all premiums created I eucsomofflce, T! Wall St., Sew Yorlt OUy. Imilltskerisksin the above Company on as rCMonamc terms as any other Y, Agent, Office in Wests' Stone Colnnabua Av. SnndiiBky City, June 8, 1S52. cf becoming nKenU mu Merchants in the United RHODES, and A It I. KKVbKR, nttshi.rrl.; E. W.PA1.JIEK, Cleveland. BandiiiH. Oct. ISM _________J8nv.81.ly the kind they ever pEtT ,t cg.g._ Wo will si-11 our French Mermoci anil JA PINTO Agent for the Sun Mutual Insurance Oompa- ny. New York City, and tho Sandusky City Marine Insu- rance Company, Snmlusky. m. Marine taken on cargoes to and from ail ports on the lakes upon aa favorable terms M they "re taken by anv re- anomiblr- office. Office at tho depot of the M. i.S. 0. It. K. Slay 10, ISM. and powers of memory that could be attained by those who make gambling their study, and exhibit- ing the utter folly of the attempt to play cards with gamblers, who can rob their victims at their will, to any extent. Mr. Green's audience left tho room much wiser than when they entered. Jlc. Marvel and Old "Corintll." The editor of the Knickerbocker attributes the following to Ik. Marvel, nnd it is certainly worthy of evening, as we were walking leisurely along, the music of tho choirs in three churches came floating out into the darkness around us, ana thev were all new and strange tnncf, but one. And that one it wns not sung as we hnve heard it, but it awakened n train of long buried memories that rose to us even as they wera before the csmetery of the Soul had a tomb Ui it. It was aweet old Corinth they were singing strains nohavo seldom heard since the rose color of life was blanched and we were in a moment back again to the old village church, nnd it wns a summer afternoon, and the yellow sunbeams were eaming through tho west windows, nnd the silver ha HABTFOB.D LIFE INSTJUANCE co. OFFICE. TO3T OFFICE nUILDISO, rtiRTFOKD, CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, OVER During Three, faucd nearlySOM fMsial TOCKOtt And on the Stock plan this Company's rates are from 16 to 88 cent, less than the usual mutual rates. At the option of the inwrcd, thui meeting the wants and cir- ciirnstaMt "of the public more fully, it is bdtcvcd tan purely Mutual DIXONiprraUlcnli WM. T.UOO'KXR, VIcu President. TJCNRY L. MILLER, Secretary. JOHN W. GODFREY. Gen. ARont, Office In Block. Slndusky City. O. reaming through tho west windows, nnd the silv air of the old Deacon who sat under the pulpit w turned to gold in its light, and the minister, who to think could never die, so good wns he, cluded nnd "exhortation, BY CIIAS. RICK, between thii PiiMIc Square and OUMU of thl p- J> proved form, on hiind and for OOOKK ft 00. VLVDE HOa'Efcj CLYDE, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO. Hamfr't Corners.) J. 0. AIKES, DISTAL SURGEON, Ob WfttW BrtfMti will, t think, ennnle them to ner 1 tlmw, rrUve Pork, Anhcv Pla Iron. Cfinl. CARPET IIOMtEOI'ATlIV. T KRAMER, M. D., Ilorao-opathio Physician and Sur- Ofllco and Residence cm Washington street, bo- __ geon. wen Jackson and Docalur streell. jyliritf V and Steel Colored Donncta, Bonnet Frames nnd Crowns, LiningJ, lUD- ons, French nowcra, Plumes, and Ilonnet Silk.. M ft T. L. Li OM ft HOIVK'M J.O.tRHOtiWIi Liverwort Cough C-iudy. A now supply ju.t rcctlved ,nd for aalc at the Drug Store ot R BELDEN. no more bcantiful ChristmasPref- enttiiftn 8' _. ,01 tinnitXR ATfiriREY'fl. may EATItVCJ N. BUYER rospectfully hrforms the Ladles Son of the city, that he IIM fitted up an elegant SALOON for iM> connection with his ealibilshmcnt, whcrt the deli- leTluKl rarities of the seawn may nt all times be found and will be served up In the mont superb style. Thi- department will be conducted in manner wro meet tho approbation of tho most fastidious. on Water .treet, next door ot i used had and the village choir were singing the laat hjmn, uiitl the tuna It is dare not think how then and the "prayers of Duvid, the son of Jesse, are nnd the choir are scattered and gone. The eirl with blue oye3 that sang alto, und tho girl with black eyes that sanK eyes of the one were like a clear June heaven at night, nnd those of the other like the same beaveu at noon. They both became wives and both became nnd they both died. Who shall say they are not singing "Corinth" still, where Sabbaths never wane, and concrezatioin never break up! There they fat Sabbath after Sabbath, by the square column at tho head of the and to our young cyea they were passing beautiful, and to our young ears their tones were the very "soul of music." That column bears still their penciled names, as they wrote them in those days in life's June, 183-, before dreams of change- had overcome thoir spirit like a summer t that with tho old eingern most of the sweet old tunes have died upon air; but they linger in memory, and they shall be sung .gam tn sweet reunion of song that .hall take place br- and-by in ft hall co umns aro beams of mora- ine light, whose ceiling is whose floor, arf all gold, and where hair never turns silvery, and hearts never grow old. Then she that sang alto, and sho that sang air, will bo in their places once raor8. for what could the choir do without them A word spoken pleasantly is ft large spot of ranahine on the ana who has not seen its A smile is liVo tha bursting out of nun from behind a cloud, to him who thinks ha no fritnd in the yo.rld. MP" The London Punch says that best .question, fcto.ppomt .parlum.nt.rj   

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