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411 withered and die before ita 1 burn fog breathe Like- broad 'Stream 'of molten lav poUfin its derouring fire fldoddofrtf theVine-tfid tale of san-v njr Sicily, Etna's breadt of flame,' the' the lara Hood of alcohol rolh oyer this wBternHolyland. , And, all , that U fair, and oeautifu in life -and all that 14 bi?b and honorable m society and all ihat ia filtered and feoty in domestic Kfei-h(ie been ovhelmed in Its death dealing' devastation." . .-I:,- Operation of. tlio.law in Maine. Item? u Jiketb. following appear in papers from all parts of the State. There seems (o' be a general renewal of eflort'to' rid the State of the unho tj'jnMiZ ,'liettlie work be zealously prosecuted ever with a kindly spirit fir'mtyV' yet judiciously.. There are yet many plaoes where little is being done let those awaken. By their apathy, they embarass' the operation of others, besides making themselves deeply culpable in permitting a demor alizing work which might be stopped, or at worst, greatly curtailed. Go to work; friends. (KrBy order of the Court, the City Marshal poured ,4juo the sewers 360 gallons of intoxicating liquors on Thursday last. Portland Watchman. 1 Another' Seizure. On Monday, of last week, Marshal Farnham seized about a dozen casks of liquors in two houses near the Steamers1 landings. " Another. On 'Tnursdav the Mar shal' Seized twenty barrels of liquor from a Store-house. ' It' was "done up" in flour barrels and saw dust. ' The Watch1 house is now stowed about full of liquors. Banff or Jeff&r ioniari." "'';'!'"".; i ... ' MtJiciPAt. CotJRT.-James Allen was brought up before his honor, Judge Smith; on Monday, and sentenced to four days' imprisonment in. the House or Uorreetion, tor druDkennes. Frank Coffrill and Michael 'Ryan were each fined $1' and costs, for drunkenness, ' , ' ' ' Patrick Kelly and Catherine Duw yer were each fined $10 and costs, for sell! liquors. Bath Times. -'! Kr Dinsrnore, , keeper of , the Central House, was . fined , $20 and costs; Iftst; Wednesday, on complaint for selling liquor.: .This is his, second conviction for. the same offense under the Maine Law. Hallowell Gazette. On: Monday, tha City Police, under the City" Marshal seized eleven packages of liquor, containing in all, about three hundred gallons. This liquor was seized in -d weBi tig houses u..der the new law,' and shows that there! ir a vitality ia the law : worth something. Bangor Whig. . . ''LiojtfoA SKrztrRRS.-i-Two'men were arrested in Clinton on Tuesday, by COronetfjKitnball,"of;l this plaoe, on charge of selling ' liquor. " One of them Was tried at once, before Justice Nye, and was fined $10 and costs. Waterville Mail. ' ,yif;r,.i vri"! Extensive Liqaor Seizures. On . Friday and Saturday of, last week.liineteen casks of liquors, rang ing from! half h barrel up, were seized under the new law, at the railroad de pot jnthjs village. The warrant was issued on the complaint of Wm. E. Bray ton, George Millard and James , Marshall, and we judge by the character.1 of ' the complainants that there is to be no half way work in the matter. 'The "critter"-is now safely in the lock-up under the officer's care, awaiting the action of law, and ia all probability he will be destroyed, and the responsibility, (if there is any,) will hare to be found after a thorough course of litigation. North , Adam$ (Mats.) TranscripU i .i ! . . The Precept of life, ,-M FOROIBLT AND FAHaiARLY LAID DOWN. ill Ijl l-'.i'K.i'.fK ol ' Netef, wteh you are shaking hands' with a young lady, Squeeze her1 fingers,' till she i obliged, in self-defense" to call out," "0 ' fyeT" Never be surprised that your letters to your frlonds rem! an' unanswe, -Correspondence " costs trouble. ! Never "ape singularity1' In dress, it Is arrant poppeyism', exclu-. sively fulgar, and worthy only of tai of others, the clouds Way be rising which will overshadow your Own pros pects, : Never oppress your depend ant it is the :act of an ' uhfeelinsr coward: The merciful' mat is merciful to his beast. Never get in debt, it is the devil, and you are at the merer of. you know not whom. rNever, if you can help it, employ an attorney, the six-and eight-pences ' quickly accumu late. Never show "the lions" to vour country cousins" 1 unless you are sure they "will pay the piper. Never though you are short-sighted, and use an eye-glass, stare ladies out of coun tenance, it is rude and vulgar. Never fight him. Never ' marry a widow with a small family, else you will not have your sorrows to seek. , Never as sociate with those below you in station, the world is censorious, and a man is known by the the company he keeps." Never wear your hat in a room, it is exclusively vulgar, or ezclusivley im- Eudent. Never, although you are andsome, strut before the ladies like a turkey-cock. Never, ' although you sport imposing whiskers, twist them every five minutes, as for moustach es, they should be put down by act of Parliament. ' Never play off a practi cal joke, it is characteristic of a weak and puerile mind. '' Never listen to the tittle-tattle of "busy-bodies," it is poi son. Never contradict a lady, it is rude. ' Never despair whatever betide, "it is a long wynd -whioh has n turning." Never pretend to knowl edge which yoa do not possess, de-; taction may be sudden and humiliating i Never if you are humorous, descend to: buffoonery. 'Never Chuck your landlady under the chin, it may or iginate surmises ' '.Never live beyond your income,'thu3 only will you main' tarn your independence. ' Never plead poverty it is the most heinous1 of crimes, and you will be shunned as if you had the' plague ; spot; Never violate the truth, veracity 7s "the chief of virj tues. " 'Never pay court to a jilt, maid 6r wife, she cannot be depended Upon. Never do a dishonorable act,' because ft may escape the observation, of the world, for, when you lose Belf-fespect yod lose peace of mind. ' Never play the sycophant, he is a crawling rep- tile despised by all good men. Never get intoxicated, and "put an ' enemy into your mouth to steal away your brains." Never boast of your cour age; the truly "brave never 1 boast: Ne yer if you .wear a wig1,' jerk off your hat in bowing to a lady, else you may cut a very ludricous figure; to the great amusement of the good-natured pub lie Edinyburg Observer, 1 ; ! : FUHNISHING STORE. . ; jflTI L 1 1 AH A DDIS HAS removed to Sixth street, Bacons' Building, under Magnolia Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio. Man ufacturer of Costumes and Regalia of every des cription, lor Mason, Odd Follows, Sons of Tem perance, 'jemple of Honor, Droids, Red Man, Brotherhood of the Union, and Oood Pel low t. I 03 Being a member of the above Orders, I an prepared at all times to furnish everything apper. talmng thereto with punctuality and despatch.' 1 j Knight Templars, Royal Arch end Maater Ma mm. Red Men, Druids, Temple of Honor, Brother, hood Of the Union, and Oood Fellows' Clothing made, of tba best quility and material. Emblems, Jewels and Staff Heads, always ea hand. . ,'( Hi,! ) j l -. i t3T AU articles for opening Hew lodges mui Encampments kept on hand. , Masonic Offering and O'afismad, The Odd Fel lows' Offering and Text Book. , Sia'L. Run, F. G. L. A. E. Glrrf, M P. G. 0, Mooas, V. M.' W.G.WituiMS,Q.M. tors' apprentices Who on the pundays, play the part "imitation of Highland ers. 1 Never rejoice in the misfortune COUE AND SEE!1.:. 1 'I! I 'lM'i II (i 5'i!Ij!l ;!(( JTemlf FVffeaT ay r muMAtm Slch coHirrrtT asciivmb orxwina Cermaot French,. pgkh id j uer jean tl1 t1; e it 15 ft;, i j' I.. j 4TO.ii.ii.il.(ic;, lies liom . All Pcfdlar GesiHine FaxaUr - i ... . i .(..ik j ii v ,.n M EDIGINES; ' ' ' II ll. 9 -.n., If. X. Cemer Fnrtk M rt St, C'acfei.rf, 0. ' ' " . 1 " 1 1 1 1 I' 1 W -fcf) ' ' "' :'. ...I Al f,,f , -j HAVING aboat eoaopleted the bnprovemenU la ear Stare, w wonld raipeetfally invits the ladies aad gantleneito eall aad ms ew aew iteex, joss pening, sad ws do Sot hasltate to say, that our Store presents inducements ia Its appearanoe, loca tioa and quality, and quantity ef Its goods, second to aoaa la the West. Oar assortment of , : French, German, English and American P E It F U M E It Y, PrtatoaaleatCaitlrTBrnalteat 1 TOILET ARTICLES, , AND FANCY GOO DS Generally, selected with great tare by one of the firm, comprises one of 1 the most extensive varieties ever brought into this icily. We are xtovr Imaartlnf , Direct from Psrts and ether parts ef Europe, most of the oelebrated Foreign Petfanery, sseh as Farina, Cologne, LablnH, Mailley'ej'Lewe's, and other ra pnted Manafaoturar's artlolei., Alto, eoastantly re oelring direct, ttom th best importing hoases of New York, Philadelphia, ato., where we hare oompetent persons to look out for the cream of their stock Heaca,our arrangements are suen, that we have the advantage of receiving every thing new as it comes out, and shall be eoastantly adding new varieties te oar stock. " Wholesale Western Agency Pot Myers' El. Roex Koae, Wright's Indies Vegeta ble; PUIs, Watt's Nervous Antidote, Lyon's Ksth sires end, Jamaica Ginger, White's AmberGlasa and Jamaica Ginger, Biihop'a Almond Lotion, Nuttall'i Syriacam, Kendall dc Taylor's Thermometers and Barometer, fco, ' -. iiK State Agents for M'Lean's Liniment, Looock't Wafan, Jew David's Platter, Dr. Rowland's, Dr, Swayne's, Oraffijaberj, M'Candle,s, Bedway'a, and other Medicines, Bright't Cora Plaster, Toothache Drnni. Jnhninn'a Tnoth Soan. DaCmta'a Tooth Wash, Thurston's Tooth Powder, Barren '& Co.'s Est Exterminator, etc. "! " ' " . ALSO " i - ForShmle all t -n (( j POPULAR MEDICINES, SUPPORTERS, BANDAGE9, ' 1 T It U S 8 E:S , I '.-III ; ', ,-,.:l. Surgical ! Instruments, etc. T the Wholesale Trade. , We now have our wholesale rooms fitted op, and samples arranged la eoavennt style, sad our facili ties enables ui to sell to the trade OS more advanta geous terms than any other house can, and as low, or even lower, that eastern bouses, thus saving the ex pense of transportation to country mere oaats. Our goods, la aD lastaooas, are what they an re presented to be sod "hen eoU by ssmple shall all ways be ia oomformity with too samples shows. -i ' Care It tekea to earo ear oases properly paoked, aad to guard against Injury (a transportation. We solicit orders from parties not visiting oar eity; and will endeavor, in all iBstanees.to satisfy la every particular, all whooonllds their orders to as. Our thanks are dae to the pabllo for the very lib oral patronage we have heretofore received, aad we shall aim to keep ap and Imieaseoorlkvorable repu tlon ef eae price, fair dealing aad toerteoas bearing toward all ow patrons . I . KOHL & FOWLER. ii iiir-iiliil int i't ', !i 'n,; ki Ml : 'I flii,S V.l'il ,ft7 "A 'ti.tirst I . ' I U I :r -,) V i i'ir, . 1 Lr- Il't'd op 'ii 1 I l07"'i iff p , .Ml l,U i..l i-ii i ; ivfci -,t .rTrr -. 1 CON 0 MY,' CONVENIENCE AND JjJ L0XURV COMBIKEft-Withone of WIItV (HELL'S OCT AGO WATER COOLERS AB9 FILTERS vea ean always have ready for- so, wa .er aaoold as ioa itself, aoaes clear as the pans . U f-- 1 l b. . GEO. Ih WIlCHEIA, . " April, 15. , Corner ef VValaatand Pearl streats "The Cep that cheers,' -.;)'. -.: S But not inebriates " . -r LL. HARTER, 41 Fifth street, oae door Wat of Walnnt, has In store one of the belt Bad larMit assortments of Teat to be tonnd ia the West ern country, which he will sell wholesale sad rata ss low as the lowest, ana warrant loiiwesuistac'loa, or money refunded Remember the place, 48 Filth one door West of Walnut, Appollo Building. march IA om i i . . - ' PERCUSSION SEAL PRESS. Order must bc addressvd to II. II. SHIPLEY A BRV ElfGKAVEKSJAKD DIE SIRKEHS Manaftotatert of ; Embeaaed Card and Advertising: tnvelopes, 22 West Fourth Street, Clnoinatti, Ohio. THE above Is the fuH size of Pereusshw Beat Press, which weighs bat two poinds. This nniqne invention is to protect from forgery all important paprn, snch as Bills of Eschaage, Bonds, Check v Drafts Letters, Labels, Notes, Re ceipts, Eavelepeo, Ac This proteotion is obtained by a blow of the baad npen the press, which gives instantly to the paper Chsste, beantiful impress of a business esrd er ad dress m retina, that biffllng the efforts of the Bloat adroit counterfeiter. ' Price of Press, with teal or fifty letters or lees, f5,00. i , ,, Press with Nntariiil Seal, 5,00. Devices oa other than Notarial Kealt, extra, ssy from 60 cents , to 1 ,00 and upwards. Measures have been taken to secure a patent oa the above Press. , A rrangementa are now made to supply the whole country. East, West, North and South. This Percussion Press is now in constant ase ia Cincinnati and vicinity, by many of the principal Bankers, Merchants, Mechanics, Notaries, Public, keeorders, Lodges, 4c, to whom all who desire information to its utility, durability and value are respectfully referred, r ' . ' i 1 Orders ior Envelopes, Dies, plain or eleborate, .Phlpley's Self-sealing Envelopes, Colored anal Embossed Cards, and aew and improved Lever Seal Press, attended to a n-nnt, bv ' ' .u s ' . . H. MUPLEY BBS. . 19" Engraving on Wood executed in the bes iyloj" " ' " i mar.-Ss AGENTS! A Gr! NTS!! GREAT INDUCEMENTS are now being ofiered to lndatUiout and tnterprisinr young men t engage as agents, to tell by UB-CRlPTiOB EXtsLUSIVKLY, new, important and highly inter esting pictorial family books, whioh in respeot t taste of matter pre tented aad mechanical execatioa are not excelled, having received the applaase of the greateit literary characters of theoonntry. er tain distriott of country will he allotted to sgenta for their exclusive benefit, and books famished WHOLESALE at anusual low prices. For particulars address Publisher, Post rata.. ' J. k H.MILLER at Co., ' May., . i,i ( : i .., Celambns, Ohio.'; "! HEKRS) TEMPER ANCD HOTEL, Third strut, North of Pennsylvania Avenue, -:- , , (WASHINGTON CITY, Xf-p Prices to salt the times. f 53 . Feb. S5th, 1853. C. E BRODFUEHIiER, MARux Aur U ntin ur COOTS AII SHOES, V.. West Sixth Street. Nortli iide, between Walnut and Tint etav CINCINNATI. tTTbe above etublithment keeps constantly hand a wlscted assortment of the abeye article, and will make the same to order at the skeHm aotioc. marc.18 " . : TEA. , WB GIVE NEW fORK WEIBHTB tf"! and tares ea every package of Tea, aad I J make ao obanre for dravage or snipping - 1" IMOORB fc C'HEHTER, - Tea Wareroomt. Seventh and Walaat, ' -. Cln. February, 1868. .