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THE OHIO ORGAN ! OF mTHj ; , TEMPERANCE (REEOJIM.
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Lla wnAil. r Bitld' n t a body wium a body U a body could I 1 8exihnntowu Emporium.- -i . i ' i -Jfebody oatchaboiyetaalrug blsoW, i J Shouldntnbody a body tiU he maka him cry r 'ii uouy una a eouj i - , .,8hottld'nte body ohoke a body tiU a body's deal t i;Cabidgy(StyilfwiMi-.i! ,,!!; VI., ,i vll a body spy a body creeping idund hu lot, , ebould'nt a body treat a body to a load of shot t -lyvsrtnot Hr'U vim. j ,..,. at - 1 l - , .U . kmlw a.MklEna- fiift frliMH ' Shonld'nta body seit a body and try to get redreii t , If body wentea tody his itore to patronise,- ' , Should'nt a 'body pay a body cub to advertise i' ( a body im a body killing ot hit wjle,' , .hd a body catch a body, should hi Uke kit life t nWr ;ni 'h ,h .,(v,f -: i 'it a body tee a body kill a body'i filter, ' 'Shauld'nt a body ipank a body till a body bliiter t imFrPV-i ! -..:,-.vo, If a body' catch a body kissing of bil Mat, Sbosild'nl I body woaJ-i a body J nit for, doing that 1 ,!lf'Vh " ' . i ' ' If a body catch a body stealins; a Wj'l chickens, I ; ShouldVnt a body UH a body Uke the very djckens 1 ''ii a bo'dV cell a body whisky Ml keK drunk, i."'I , Bhould'Bt a body scorn a body as he would a tkunk f O.The ancients exalted dbmeitio af- fecliQninfo a household god j arid one of ' thbrnost beautiful antiques now. pre - .served) i gem representing 'he draped ., figure of a woman worshiping this deity, as it' kheeli upon ' a pedestal.' Croljr "Wrote the following sweet lines Opoa it: V, Ohl ten of loves! to thy white lwadl, given,; i: . Of earthly happiness the golden key I :Tbine are the joyoui hours winter's even,;-; n When the balnei cling around the father's knee. " 'Mnd thine the voice Uiat on the midnight seami . Malta tliA riwla manna- will, thought! nf homfl. ' Feopleing the gloom with all hewantitoaee.i t, i Spirit I I've built a shrine; and hut came, AUd on its altar doled ; rorever oioiea my piumi. t ,, "cisco "TemDerance Organ" is a credit to the Sons ot that city. Beautuui in its . ' . . .1 .' . l-l-.l appearance, ana weu cohuucibu an. rially., it is. doing a good wqrlr, for the cause, and we trust will be well sus- J" V "We. 1 have 1 a Grand Division and twfnty ved subordinate Divisions, em bracing sdme two thousand ' Sons of tivity. and an indomitable energy and perseverance. We have an increasing public sentiment in our favor, and a con- Slant auguiemanu" w wuiai, ujroim, intellectual and conseryative power. We have the ability to defeat the elec tion of any but sober candidate, and we have the California "Temperance Or gan," through whose columns every iriend of temperance may converse and compare sentiments with every other friend of temperance in the State, and by which all may be informed of the progress of our enterprise, both at home and abroad. With these facilities we are accomplishing something for the good of our fellow men, and checking the tide of intemperance and death. s Bkaotifoi. Simile. The following is from one of the discourses of Donne : "The ashes of an oak in the chimney are no epitaph of that oak, to tell me how high, or how large that was. It tells me not what flocks it sheltered while it ,tood, nor what men it hurt when it fell. The dust of great , person's graves is speechless to it says nothing, it dis tinguishes nothing. As soon the dust of a wretch whom thou wouldst not, as of a prince whom thou couldst not look opon, would trouble thine eyes if the . a . - i ..... . vi n.a I nhneiAa wma Diew u imiuer , , mm wuwu mo whirlwind hath blown the dust of a churchyard into the churoh, and the man , sweeps it but the. church into the church- dusts again, and to pronounce this is the patrician, this is the noble 'flour; and this the yeomanry this the plebeian branl" Or The temperance men in Eng land are about to petition their parlia ment for a prohibitory liquor law. There are 2527 licensed brewers in the British Islands, 88,400 persons licensed to sell spirits and wine, and "88,658 "licensed to ( sell beer. In 1851 there were 31,000, 000 gallons of spirits consumed in Great Britain in one year, with nearly 6,500, 000 gallons of foreign wine. The whole amount thence accruing to the publio . c. . : 1 1 : .. I : To venUo, IS OVOt mwou luauun oiowmg. It will be seen, from this statement, that the temperance men have a formidable .opposition to encounter. Story of ta Intrepid Chambermaid. Galignani's 'Messenger' a , French paper, tells the following curious story: Annette, a young chambermaid ot Marne, had kept the rooms of twd wealthy bach elors far several years, She .wanted to get married, but her lover was so poor mat sbe durst not venture. 1 ne bache lors were brothers, and one day they had sold some property" which, they owned jointly, ana, ine money, .amounting 106,000 francc was r3aid in bills of t Bank of France, too late to' take it to ParU : (hat... , afternoon.,. At; midnight; a great noise was Heard in tne house. An nette1 rah' and rapped at her masters' door, saying' that Jrobberi! were) at work belowj , 'Youihave a gun,J'. says she, "take it, and snoot the villains I" Both thd" bachelors 'were much ' frightened. One began to barricade the, door, while thethar removed a tile from the hearth to secrete e bank bills'. "Fools," said the fiirlJ'theV' wilt murder us all jrive me the, gun lv , She ; seized , a Rouble barreled gun whict) laid upon the shelf, and started1 do wd stairs, the two fright ened men1 watching her movements without- saywg a word. ,. Presently bang went the gun and a. groan was heard bang went the second barrel and now a screech 'of pain yeaounded through the house. , Annette soon came gripping up stairs and asked for powder and ball to reload;'1 The astonished bachelors gave her the requisite charges, bu.t soon steps were heard retreating from the house. Alt three then went cautiously' down stairs, when lo ! a pool of blood showed that one robber at least had paid the penalty of, ,his rash attempt. In the morning it was plain to be seen that the body of the unhappy victim had been dragged by his companions to the river. Blood marked the "whole distance, and the police Were instantly on the alert for the arrest ef the living thieves, and the ; discovery of the body oi the dead one. All was vain, however, but tne intrepid ity of the poor girl was discussed far and near, ) The grateful bachelors, knowing that Annette wanted to marry, prepared to give tier a dower. "Ah! CHonsieurs," replied she, "how can I leave you? you may again be attacked by robbers." "But we will not, nevertheless, stand be tween you and happiness;' here are thirty thousand francs ; you have saved our lives, and richly deserve Uie money. If you choose to live in this house with your husband, we shall repair the lower part for that purpose, and you can then be paid for keeping pur rooms neatly as at present."' Annette did not hesitate to accept the dower and the house.! , It was many years before the real facts relative to this midnight attack of robbers came to light. 1 The rich bachelors were then both dead, and had .willed Annette an other thirty thousand francs. The rob bers, it appears, were not of the plural number, but only Annette's lover alone. The blood was, from a lamb that had been killed forhe occasion. Indeed, the whole was out a ruse by the two lovers to open, the hearts and the purses of the rich bachelors. , , . , " A Premium.' ' A premium of $200 is offered, on be half of a liberal and pious citizen to which another proposes to offer $50 or $100 if the work fulfils his expectations for an essay, not exceeding two hun dred 12mo. pages, on "the more perfect exemplification in Christian life of the doctrines of the Gospel, and with special reference to the conversion of sinners to Christ." The Christian who offers this premium foioibly says': "The great danger in this day ot light to the orthodox Churches, I apprehend is that of resting in a dead faith. The present I know is called the 'age of action.' But 1 must think it is 'action' only in comparison with the past. As compared with the work now de manded by the exigencies of Christ's kingdom, the present is an age ot world- liness, of lukewarmness, and self-indul gence, the merest modicum, as a gen eral thing, is given to the work of Christ, while multitudes go for fashion, extrava gance and luxury. Even the little we do for foreign missions seems to be in danger of bribing pur consciences into the neglect of the perishing around us. The 'broad way' . is still the .thronged way." Morning Star. "' ' ' i !. . -, , , i' .n ,.. Whisky-drinking in Ireland.--Ii. 1838, 1206,342 gallons of whisky Were consumed in Ireland. Last year the quantity was 8,208,256. ' : ! ftr, We once heard an iniured daugh ter invoke the flames of Heaven npon the rum-shops where her father was be ing murdered by. inches, and' her hard earnings spent wr rumj The weeping girl spoke the language of nature. Her bleeding heart bdat in every Word. ' She toiled with her needle', until worn and weary, and her father squandered the bard earnings at the tavern. The rumseller Knew irom iwhence the' nionev came. But, he sold the victim, r una unliJ the grave placeJ bim..i;beyoDd hi power. Were woman1 to haveJher'''wish,1 de struction, swift and sweeping, would Tall upon every slaughter hpuje in, the land. She has been injured too deeply to feel less intensely upon the subject Cayuga Chief. ;,i id .tit..-j.i..iR.j) ' j (ji The'Springfield "Gazette" tells a good story of a clergyman who lost his horse one Saturday, , evening,; , After hunting, in company with a, boy, until midnight, he gave ' up7 iti despair. 1 ' The nej t dav, somewhat dejected at his loss. he went into the pulpit, and took, for his text the following passage from Job "Oh, that I knew where I might find him 1' The boy,, who had just come in, supposing the horse was still the burden of his thought, cried put "I know where ne Is he's in Deaoon smith's barn 1" ' : " ' . - -r i : ' . i , t ) i . , i . &3T, Without danger, danger can not be surmounted. ', ' ' ' AFFLEGATE "& ; CO.. Booksellers, Publisn'ers & Stationers, 43 Main Street Cincinaatt. f i have one of the ta'rgeat and be&t 'assorted v V, atocka in the Weak, our stnek embraa-a 'he best work-, on Theology, medicine, Lawi ncchanlci! - Agrlculluie, Ilimory, Travels, Tales nemoin, kUilaopl.r, &e., and a onmplete aann.mnt of all the moat deairable MlSOKLhAN EOUS BOOKS nuhHahed, Oai stock ol SCHOOL, BOOKS emnrnCM all hooka of merit need in the West, from the Spelling Book to th lexicon. Our stock of srATIONHKY embraces every variety- of Blank books from the small Memorandum Book to the; large super-royal Ledger, Including every article nsed in toe eoonti'n;.roohi. , - 1 We ruve for the Country Merchant, a full varte. tv of Letter, Cap and Note Papr, Envelopes, Wrapping Paper jlonnet Boards, Inks, &c... Slo. Oca owi) PrsLictTiom are too well known as woika of the highest mrlt, to require Dure than an enumerailonof the most prominent which are CLKI4BSCOVlMKNTAKY,DK. hlCK' COM PI.BTB WOHKS, ROLL1TS ANC1BNT H1STO RV, PLUTARCH'S LIVES, BPBCTATOR, JO. 8BPHUS, c, !tc.' We invite aH who deal in or purchase books to give us call, as wa are confi dent we can offer them such inducements as shall be mutually beneficial. , i . We have Just published a number or new Books .of merit, among' which are DR. JA.M BSO.N'.S great work, "NOTES ON THE XXV ARTI CLES.'' PBTEKSOH'S FAMILIAR SCIENCB, a book which should be found In every hnuse as a ready reference. UNIVKKSAL1SM AGAINST ITSELF, with ah Introduction by Rv . VVillum P. BTKiosLaNR. TEMPERANCE. MUSICIAN containing a great variety of must ' songs and Will b ready on the 15th September. , , , Sept.S. U FURNISHING STORE. WIILIAM ADDIS HAS removed to Sixth street, Bacons' Building, under Magnolia Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio. Man ufacturer of Costumes and Regalia of every des cription, for Masons, Odd Fellows, Sons of Tem perance, 'lemple of Honor, Druidi, Red Men, Brotherhood of the Union, and Quod Kellowi. D3" Being a member of the above Orders, I am prepared at all times to furnish everything apper taining thereto with punctuality and despatch. Knight Templars, Royal Arch and Master Ma qona, Red Men, Druids, Temple of Honor, Brother. sood of the Union, and Good Fellows' Clothing made, of tha beat qntlity and material. Emblems, Jewels and Stiff Heads, always on hand. ...-. ... " i i. I3T All articles for opening New Lodges and Encampments kept or hand. ' ! Masonic Offering and Craftsman, Ths Odd Fel lows' Offering and Text Book. Sah'i. Risk, P. G, I A. 8. GtRitr, M P. G. C. Moors, P.M. Wm.G.Willums.G.M. G, H. BR0DFUEHRER, MANL7PACTTJKER OP BOOTS A1VD SHOES. No. 68 West Sixth Street, North side, between Walnut and Vine sts., ., CINCINNATI. tThs above satabllihinsnt keeps oonitantly of hand a selected assortment ef the abere articles and will make the sane to order at the shorter notioe. march IS TEA. . WE GIVE NEW VORK WEIGHTS and tares . on every package ef Tea, and .i 1 make no oharge for 'rayage or snipping. 1 ea Warerooms, Seventh aad Walnut, Cln. February . 1H 'i ,.- DEC It S' TEMPERANCE HOTEL, Thirdttreet, North of Pennsylvania Avenue, , WASHINGTON CITY. : f OPriees to aali the i times. .2 . Feb. tstfi, 1853. 1 itf J.'-.? ". L. ,.:-., l i: -srl Fllltd mp 9lmrtwm4JVm . j i ' ' ' f ' f, w MTASTtT jnlCllI-n JAM OFKIK; . . j ,f,Cermaa, Freaco, English ad Amerlcarj', jFANCVi ARTICLES iv 'nil i' ) .i-.hwff jMfo;!'.' .wo?J.Ujo j aUO All Popular Genuine Famlljr f1iiijijj bvi.uu v lui oi I'-navi If. M,,Cnur euMlmi rtilt-lt C-0. '' VJ!I 'I ? ! O.Jj HAVING boo eomeleUd the ImprovenMnU la oar Store, we would respectfully Invite-the ladle aid gentleman to vail and SMVos. 'new. Jst opening, aad we do aot hesitate, tf say that, wr Store presents inducements In He' appearance", Irta- tfon aad quality told qoanllty of itSgfjedseeeMa le Mens in the We.t, , oir assortaseaojf. inif. French, German. English aq.4 kmrlm .1; v i .n', u Vf-nft ,;u oi. , Per tmonale. Cutlery .Brasbes, r TOILET ARTICLES, i i ii 'ji: :. i.iiK.-n'i.n f h'iMn Generally,, telected with great ear eily ' ohe of the 'firm,' comprises bhi 'of 'the most extensive varieties ' ... .,:,t.mr brpughi,vini this, :n t- TiltiV We are now luiportinf. M! i ff -M.h --' ';., .. . . Direet from Perls and other parts ef Europe, most of (he celebrated Foreig Perfumery, inch as Farina, Cologne, Labia's, Mailley's, Ixiwe's,: and other -re psted Manafaoturer's articles. Also, constantly re emvlng direst, from the best importing boa.es of Hew York, Philadelphia, eto., where we have soapitnt persons to look out for the cream of thai" steak. ' Hence, ou' arrkngemeits sVe such, that Ws have the advantage of receiving every thing aew as it comes mt, aadskall be eMututif eddiag new wietiw le oar stock. ' '"' ' ' . : ' ': Hi, i ,. u ;::'.': Wholesale Western Ag entry . For Myers' Ex. Rock Rose, Wright's ladisn Vegesa, ble Pills,' Watt's Nervous Antidote, Lyon's Kath airoa and Jamsioa Oingsr, Whits,' Anber Glass and Jamaios Ginger, Buhop"! Almost Lotion, Nnuall'i Syriaenm, Kendall 4 Taylor's Thermometers and Barometers, Ac. .:', ,h. .(,;;:.. ' Bute Agents fer WLean't Xlnlment, Looock'i Wafers, Jew David's Pla.ur, Dr. Rowland's, Dr. Swayne's, Graffenberg, MCandIe's, Radwayt, and ether Medicines, Blight's Cora Plaster, Toothache Drops, Johnson's Tooth Soap, DaCesta'e Tooth Wash, Thorston's Tooth Powder, Burgess dr. Co.'i Rat Exterminator, sto. . i For Sale all POPULAR MEDICINES, SUPPORTERS, BANDAGES, , t k v s's e s , ' Surgical Instruments, etc. To the Wholesale Trade, . We now have eur wholesale rooms fitted up, and samples arranged in ooavenieat style, aad our fapill ties enables as to sell ts the trade on more advanta geous terms than any other house ean, and as low, of even lower, than ea.ternhou.es, thus saving; the ex penieef transportation ts country merchants. : Oargoods, In all instances, are what they are re presented to be and when aold by sample shall, all ways be in oomfbrmity with the samples shown. ' Care ts taken tt have ear eases properly packed, al tard against Injury fat transportation. We solicit orders from parties net visiting ear oity; and will endeavor, in all in.uasees.to saUsfy la every particular; all who eoaflde their orders to as. " ' Our thanks are doe to the nnhlla Sr the verv lit oral patronage we have haraufor received, and we snail aim to keep up and lnoiea.e oor favorable repu tloa of one price, fair dealing and oonrteoas bearing owardaUeur ntrone. : ' -'i.'' i ' :-".'-"-.WiM..:M."KOHL k CO.