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Weekly Hamilton Telegraph, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1860, Hamilton, Ohio HAMILTON AMD TO OP OB OR ESTABLISHED A. D. 1814. OCTOBER 18, 1SGO. HEW VOL. 33. 11-1 l it A JOB TUE 3K. JE IVC X TT 3MC For of TUB THIRD LA at v lit. Law and Office in Weal will tu any in tht of I and AL ATTORNEY AND at O. AT b sin tnr at un Chin. ly E. AT O. loall ra JL Oilier J C ii 1'ultur'fi M. Ml AT lur and WA in f it 1 I AT Ohio whi Will attend to jll lo JL will attend promptly lonh b in him Ho lias removed up ft. mi in I will tn ilin Square ihe 41-v. AT will nnd on llUf A. II AND Jacob F. Butler Com. L. BY virtue ut an order sale in the above cause nnd to rno directed by the Court of Common 1'Jeaa of I will of lor fur tale at the Court HAUM In on 3d day nf A. HI one o'clock M. oa the following res Lying and being In part ot ihe ol town range east ot meridian line from the of the beginning at a ilia boundary line of corner ol Jacob K which a white bears SO rast and a sugar tree T inches in distant 5o alone tine U and M links to a 9 lo a north 2 and fO loa 13 to a south Cs 1C nnd 2rt I tn a gloria on the of a half acre lot public chains links mn 96 liia l hence weal 31 and links Iu tho 31. nf an acre of Hnd mote or HA. and mij pant 1 of U in of wet km loun live two as of village ai and thu line the owned by K. anil ihe Mid two i Itet to one half lire H now held by To fold ihe ol ol Jamb f. A. BY an order for sale in the aim ami to mu thu Court LID lor nl Court hi oit Sat day ol A. at M. on said iho ruil All tint trart of land Minnie in the ny ul anil ol it corner of and nl the Iruin n-l linn of caul HI links n nt corner of belonging to in i ibf il tht tice M in the ret k. wn ot anil thirty a in the ci of E IT f d in High nn tiv AT nf i mill o l which n li n half Sue had loved him too guarded and cold 1 the tone of her voice the glance of burning never left her to languish and lovely looked in her early the of the faded bright nud iu In the land afar from The wanderer lived in and and to memory a better fur like lie had For on the no more joy of further While chain that first bound ing and II Mu thy voice hns been let the flush of thy nnd virtue not the rye aud the dare Flam the Atlanta A. at On tliv Hon. der II arrived in the on bis way to much debilitated from the the mer he prevailed upon to pny in Whalf of the ciple of tho and in of the of ular Stephen A. At Mr. pave to to the client of The fact publish nt four and nt of people nt Ihe Cily Hull the eil Old nnd men were MI n of nil were nnd the d fln and tlie attempted tu ta ly of Great It which In a lair tlie of yet carried il And for that maon tin pk taw that wai suited to and Suit will climate will of all t lie Mr. Douglas baa Wen iu if Southern State lie iti coercing her into I am litre tn deny the Mr. heU no Mr. did that when a candidate fur President ed according tu the prescribed of the he would defend him in the c barge o Constitutional but ever undertook tn A. KUHlan HuaU olf and bear bunting are the ft of the WolTti an- In this way in the when tin being hungry ars Three nr four each armed with a double bar relied get into a which Uany sort of a drawn by name being derived from its and nut or trota witli bin henil and he is called the Snow The two others have only one they are fastened to thu poles by the die of the their beads frve ore called the The driven by a nitre A is tied to rear of the by n or a chain twelve yardt The kept tn the until the reach the u here the hunt he is out and The not to or commit any a upon the of the he would iu g him as high as the iung old John Mr. 5nid, that of Lincoln was nut a into fur I Q fl with Mr. nil with i in Jp VAN tn ii Oil AT at in with 4n liy 1 nni I nm nNn well to lo ull n b ill n ir In r in north lunr j lo ti on ol I mil iontu t lo bti 1 HIM tun n whin 1 33 f HIT ami n tree forty j C ami on the listening to the of which to full front the lips of Georgia's Al eight o'clock Mr. by Hon. Luther J. The cry wax nnw and one originated to the choice the A. The plunk was n nn of that it like on astronomer turning from a comet the size of n continent upon of a crevice m The Senate did nut intend any practicable good by if they they have protected in the Territory of theie waa a law m that it. The principle fur which he was eon and Ihe principle which Stephen A. and the Democratic party wae at to the principle of non culled non The North be prohibited tti let interfer but nan off. The party North and South the party lo l tain iu And for intend hi maintain it. And fur Ibia Mr. s disloyal to the t of feet ton of Ihe Little open discussion in a and by introducing Mr. Ste The of 3Ir. were in iuh T thank you for this Stephen A. to like Snill the a bend aliot e nny man in the ii profit in pure in in hi nn I by bin tht Union will lw nnd nil the of Itut is ns th old inin tlie billows of nl in of anil ronni hr J IIP and Miims I Oner a I at The will ivw in tny p nn I uil lo of C. ov D. I Uli of and lo t sanir tu fry l r. nt the to look In his r r. nt in n ol h IKT I Jl that has A h much nnd hit His bring out one who gives the pig the two then then then fifty wolves all porting an hard as they can go the poor among for and the every i with of n all the wolves in the with inn circuit ol three and the troika is followed by an immense flock of It is now a 500.1] is The an instinctive horror of and go run as fast na they can The an fast as they can ia no The wolves the it in n concert lo as Iho driver com- mands hia ns fast they may be there in no it 1 to V master of if they il is there is no The the day or ft week nothing will of the party but the ck of the the uf the and the larger of Uie ind winter Prince went on one ol heve and it came very near hit apt Ho wna on n visit with two of hi tonne hia the at his in oa of tlie will male than Mr. Peale had already the allotted term having reached eighty-third on tli a twenty of last A few received a accident while Cou and obliged to for ime in by kind recovered sufficiently to return He taken ill with hydro or on tlie and died past ill o'clock to a nd of Wilson of he old of of which occupied a opposite the The Urge f portraits now in Barnum's was by this Mr. C. Tli the site lli Continental burned down teveral the principal contents of of wen long ago transferred to Mr. Bar num. was born time when Washington was at and learned in studio at for was a painter well ft and had painted portraits n its beams a light inferior if I. r i C. f j in and In bv tlir Conn ol ai ibf on -on lo u nil tint ts n which nnd i the of the civilized The 1 people an- and 1 n til Thus we a mere of one of tbe it been our pond fortune to We never Mr. but we have fur en at on the people ami happy to an extent iof Mr. in this lias done much Mr I in tne for Stephen if h mini cni the le in lf I in Ilif in uho nrf fnr Hie I nit Hint ami thr Ivu cut I will m-t t ir I nm n-11 m were Him gnen fur A. 7th. 1 Ami fill all J none dit I k 1 I run I rilti attended lo. I fj i A. A bin in of I nnd dtu ol A 1 liv In Al. nl two of July I VN f} A ikr to Ml Y- I1 I. yr In Client III fur tlir ni i nt ot i are ntl it n r Stephen A. and no but n hai Iwen in only i nominee nf the nml the support nil the In on THE OF a hnl of turning nut one hundred nnd per hfu been nl Twice ns attention to Ihe of killing ns to of l I'M id tin ir noi ft U. of r tin of to nil C I O Thf of nil 1 maiden not N I in r I n And lit p the of this He has for the M ol r h. from upon the rights of Upon Ml I even nt of his own i the He the of IIIR to the in of the He is a government for for find the of mi to the Mr. i of been patented n ithin tin last and only 1'ill- nml that H would til fit The they a much nnd can in- in mlio in this the uddi in their favor ntv of on and an null win Is ntt nml I all r It Ohi Mill of rich at W. W.R. T. inc The late California haa deeded availed ns the by in nnd And nil Jn and That on her even when her own of maid wen flf to alt terrors in the even ol to the the introduction Of the Or bird j. or and ulcerous At I go wny n I in light of her And I I lored U. n A young lady in one of who WIM remarkable for her A gentleman with wine in n large She svai with n tweet 7 infantile her 160 KOSH OF a tatlon of known beginning nf a in Mr. Uen by the porters Mr. nn of bis un fur the Wilmot in- tention to the public mind jtt the South in relatum was never the Wil mot only when at a ator hia And md of protection to slavery in the .in R. R. P. J. W. C W. t oner ul in the Tirn OF nerf for will nnt he third nf in Hamilton Nn VIES Clerk a ven in the mil where r i but Uku in and that upon that hul that of the of When by al the it wan in the Oregon by Mr. rry Democrat in The effort hai been made prove that Mr. of not of Southern If being and endorser of made a man or unsafe by the South I guilty to the by working in half filled with hot are to rapidly reduced by of ihe that are careful than they ought lo be to avoid and remittent have fopp in fifths and in the of all water of pule hat attracted but piv pen Pay that appear tn dy ing out under renovating and purifying operation of the former preparation better than the e of new Mining Tlie haa but lately Va The Jn which wnile hit He wat a of Fox and William bf intimacy with Charles life lone hai taken the in for and i i thai to the into the colonici pi to ifo en n wulf They prepared n in which three move nt three vigorous were put inUi nnd they selected for n. driver a mnn born in the nnd thoroughly in the Every a pair of double and one nnd fifty It waa the covered The fcy an The pip out of the and As soon ns the 4inifprd he bepon lii but they were timid am gained in tin Thew were almut when they pun range he One of the party fell The flock alarmed fled A wav Seven or hungry remained id to devour their dead Th were poon On evry aide en eTery aide rind eyes nil the fleck if of md it wan nnt n but a vast herd of in thick Berried which gave to the The wolves forward rapidly they to fly ovtr the and lightly not n uns numbers continued o onil Deemed to n tide nnd and which the cuns of the they Take arv Thv tUrn it Vile I then Ihe A the It my 1 the A In And Ihe itre am tJw ob Vile the forth I Softly on lit hrr nrr down vink if Sal Vake and look on aae It I II arid hate Liturgy t IA the a In a delivered at the of a school in Edward Everett ke of With the of woman in general of in 1795, aat three to the then but seventeen years much though tending in either the study of Washington's head he tonti witB Tier ihen served as the basis for hia future ltd to man in of He anil moral tinted therefrom n picture in 1832, of and of accommodation as purchased fur two thousand by giva her fur two or the and tn ttio United advantage mental States Senate continued the of creation will have to carry the time of his death Ui point they do At to keep of various and her out uf the of anything which One of the inns t remarkable it anew tobe her I atrong which bns been copied tried by the and recently exhibited in this would be a participation in the Mr. it which the paid the artist twenty the in all for it. Some two when Peale confined to the I do not eighty of he A copy of opinion on tlie that theie Ins we not congenial with the superior last Quite recently he iof trith in A lecture upon the nature a by Stuart of to her in the I think it would be on thai Mr. acquaintance of the Le 15 men at the neat of made him for the on idely and for bis f. HI tin 5, with tn patronage and j the right of the enjoyed here it to that pf the and under ur nf He loved Ilia in the long ut found time to devote some attention to UN principally in alt the would and in 1839 published the he the at whether if an ol had rations in nrt nUo dictated Ihe AI Ibis ft No fair Inter in ihe tame on all tbe n And lenves n and 1% of the of Whn is Albert Prince of Queen Victoria who the of the Kines William nnd and of fourth who the of Prince uf Wnb the ton of who ann nf I. who tlie fif of nf who was vim of wlm WM son of VII which wai undoubted to tlie of land nnd the uf the the nf hnd no n vaot c t The began In the The in nn tiny to upring out of the in for could three come in such The bad pig tutu the The party to but they had now and but hundred while they were by three thousand The two horns of thn became nearer and threatened to envelop the If one of the horses should bare given the of the party What yon think nf taid ince to Ihe would at yon of the more yuU fire the more you'll do you think it the beat thing to be po you of the you ture of our The driver made no the and their Tho hornet flew fatter than The driver excited to speed br a sharp and made describe a of tlie the The opened let by which men the and voting tor of on which promotes the convenience of all and doit injustice to And then for to hya the erous pi res: spur which the clear doth Ian infirmity of who the of Duke of the Annn who the i whn tlie of ho Pbf who lite il r of I Poke of who the son of who wan the von of who was the non of and live And I that the path tn a reputation for the mass of mankind is by intellectual and that in plans The the En re died on the The event much in was traveling in tlie touth of An editor In IOWA has become an hollow Vom depending on the printing for trend to aell fur jird trim i f the whn the unn nf who WAI the of wh Mni I. the ion of dr who tjie the of THE Henry I of Queen nf of who the daughter nf who wan son of Edmund whn wnn the HIA al that time in England whn any tn the Uie Con- of who of who wan ton of of the who was sen of nw difficult Jt to net a nian out on n wet wet k Can thut up have anything to do The Pennsylvania mineM year over of an- The total fur year U One t The Prince raised to sake don't exclaimed tre dead men if you He The by unexpected remained for a During this minnte the troika wan Averst from ed again after it was too cauld noi it. A quarter of an hour they were in nf Prince Repine thinks hit homes ran At i nil in fifteen He over the the ceit And found Uu of more Umn two A moU the London Court It about that will of invention to the tombs Beaufort It that the Earl of nf the nf Henry invented an the original hat to this Through the deepest undeniable that Ihe Earl of Worcester ia hu will that model should be interred with actually in bit Mr. Wood wat to obtain lo lute the coffin but before that the whereabouts bad to and knew anything abont it. U wat not the day an old an alia coffin of Charles Earl of and that it was buried in a which had tlir writer never likely to beheld by mortal The ii upward of hundred and may U Imagined that lo 3nd the where buried was bat Wn and Mr. ob the Duke of tlie ii only wailing ry to do The has ber to U- ent. nf the hut devil and and for Douglas and These nrn in and on fur The are the only persons in thu try do and of it ia for that the part of their U and the word W liren tn without tn get aud those get WHAT A in the lait of he York jy Teutonic work fnr a firm had to leave Accordingly wjn paid and in He took pen in and after hanl produced which r I no more Spirit the baa an account nf A old would tell a lie on tix than the for A writer in and tha witty by hai toch a r That who would an f t -i 21 hi de al J And I looking glasi L At Ke held in a few dava there WMA i trut uft a Hock A ton or daughter your aunt or the la fron tbo Latin
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