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   Hamilton Weekly Hamilton Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 21, 1861, Hamilton, Ohio                               THEWEEKLY HAMILTON TELEGRAPH? "BODAL AJfD BXACT JCaTICB TO ALL MBIT. OP BTVTB OK PHK4VIHIOY. RBLIUIOLD OR POLITICAL.- ESTABLISHED A. D. 1814. HAMILTON, OHIO, FEBRUARY 21. 18C1. NEW SERIES, YOL. 34, NO. THU TCLEQllAPH JOB OFFICE! KU.EIVED TUE Tib ti vuvii TiiK rniun i% wall ixvcutvJ Office BUSINESS CARDS. LAKULI1E rUAUbll, AllOJl.NEY U-iimltuii, Uluo ou Umtu uiiu iur.ui.fly oiiupiiil lluuii rnb.lli.lSnU ___________lit J. ICbIL, AllOUNblb Al' 1VL Law Mid ULU! Uaiuiltou LAW. JL V..SI In mil iii.'oliiii will attend to oti; Ill tticf luiliily ol Uuikr anil auii-ly V.'l   ilitiked through and lare as a i) any ulhtr rotilc. K M SIIOr.MAhF.rt, SUDeriniiti Dm tint. O. SIluKMAhLlt. Deccmlirr I MeGO 2, Hi mil tit Oiiii wtltaltrnb lo [iro U1U14.1IMII H iller anil ailj lining ciinn tea OiRt.- na-a ifi'ublic Dili It unlnrMmiiill.il J2-ly ,i ai'h.N A i AT N ilnry 1'-' 'It', 'lauiiliun. Ohm, win Kui rtUirulr. Hi.llSlBil. opposite Court KIUII, Will nlltiid promptly 1" Inisni I n. I l hl n. t'hio IJIiiiii in Liri fuller Hi.) Olhi. Ilii k. Hull lins ,111ns suit nil, i 11 ill a hy iilil4.li 1 aiiiLiialiinl tj ill_< tu I tr mini I o till., well I 10 Illilil 10 jllilallll  unilT HI nslptiHitl r1 CO ninE 1 10 IHnovtr it P anil H Arrhi nl Iliinlinit an nml 4 .5 M or in n ir it u ith trains I >r and frnni hi ih I lit I on nn I Cini inniti Vlntninpiriinii nnnei 111 theSli'r linr ivill lit. cnail foranil fr'in f ill U W II MILLl I! IVs'i 3STo. 15 Tliircl St., HAmiTON, OHIO. Dtaltrs in ami Dorafsiic HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, Agricultural Implements, BUILDIJRS1 HARDWARE, Carpenter's and Cooper's Tools! AGENTS FOB EAGLE C011X COB MILL, Price Tins null nns nnnrilnl thp first pirrninni n, tlt4- trinl Itst ni llit Oltit Slnt4: riur. t ltd) FAHMrllS, rOIl A CIHCULAH AND I-XAM1NE HIP MILL 27-ly C. C. C. CAEY'S COUGH CURE, OU 1M.OTOUAL. TJtOClII'S, ForihetinniPiIiBlr rrltrf nnd rcrioin cure oft coltln, ii mi. whoopiPR concli.ratnnh bruncliltts, difTkuh btcttlimp, not I hmn t HEMEFWARRAN'THnIS rB. I'nlhr ffprnkrri" anl Singrrr. i ore i ml i'i hi c (ir rlraring the ritiiuvinp liar-wniw ,c The uhlrh thry nrr ing rirricil in ibf rraimnijt no prrj-ara llin rtfiily for ntt not lialiti- toclinnpc in an> clinir.tr, ins; inji to thr nnwt ilrlimtr Mimiltl be a t-nflirirnt tnull lo CITC them n fair tnnl 1'rirf 2i ccnu ppf box tflri.tiri.yXV XV CALDXVCLUUftmiltin.ind by erne tally. Jan -M ItM 13 3m off i ___noAru WHOM ir VVYCON. _ _ jl N. police tliai ihrte Irffiff ihr City Coiircil of the City ol llnniilion ihc fulhiwinir or linnncr to wjt "An nnliiiim clopripvi Jp for liir oi ihe udewslk on iHtih niilrn of Fmiri.T birt-ci.br iwirn Slrrfl nnd ih-Clnrmnati and Hamilton nmt ihr Second Wonl of the Clly of Ilnmiltiin.OMu In of Inw mil ordinance U taja on (hr Inlitc and tli.> CUtk insirncird lit pirc (our ihr pf ndt tioy oT thf nanic. Itfi 'nw ir thnt int> hccrtit frotn tnid to filed in wntinc with ihe Cttr Cl-rk, tiling liir niouni ol chimrd, Hiihin inn wr all r thp rxplritiitn or the tinn rrquirel for purli n-ince, when mine will (rkt-n up f rliinl nrti m it, UODERTS, City Cirri; pltCj Tas OUID EoiroauL Assoctinox held annual meeting in on the IClh ol Jnnuarj- The of PaiaeiriUe jiitAbleandcourteouientcrtainmeDttotbt) Ed- itors usual inUrcoune was and the fraternity agreed to holil the next annual tine la Clertland, on the 3d Thunlaj in Jan 11602. John It. of ivlrcled at Orator, nnd F.Clark of at Toet, for next 3 At tint mectnifj Mr. TiVaihburn of Iirereil the Ornliim, J. II A. Done of the Cltttland Herald n-citeJ the Poem. Thu bet tig in our lint of and withal Rood thing, tubjoip The Sower. When tlie and the vl blow, the fertile i Uin, grain; Sow that, hirfiieil dewi And clicerfd the Shnll vith a garb Krc the ftunmitr be Shall waken the clack, nn 1 thf tail Tlmt SJI-JC-'B itM fnrujlitof humnii food U( fnrt nnp Shall fit-d Hi.. Life, llir- An I tuftkvj n day lit n the f inn, r iow id the seed. Unfnnnr'd th  riMifntid IK the i 1 or the wtathcrfair. To this nottt-r M iiintttrs not, F  pour, liclitninp ilaeh of Malice Or thunders ronr. Tlio. ctump nt d rock ecattered round, And the soil, crop n ill gmv, ami the liar rest come lu reward the laborer's id] J. H. T. Itioa, C. T. TTiboDi now residirj- ID Knoj .MisiouritaDil ion of Ex SltrrtfT Jobn K. Wiliont of county, vat bj a large number of the people of bu district to be a can Ji date fora ..cat In tlie Convention of that f> la to to decide vhit cojna Mutoiiri ahoulJ pursue ia tlie ID cam phingwltli their he wrote the follow- ini; Utter hn which having no doubt but it will read with lutemt by lin nlatiTei and in thii county. To Mo Jan 33th. 1EC1 Sen other cttueni the Sena tun eil Dulrict, of thw State of SJittouri I hare tie Jionor to acknowl- the rtctipt of j nf the 2Glh Itciling me to become a fo-a teat in the State Convention, to oonrenA In In an act of the L-tjjuInture of Uio State of Permit nir, pr itlemen, to to yon tnr tu cotue befura the Canrention lor considers lion, and from winch >ou ara enable wJitlhcrtay are in favor uf the Union of the Sutrt, on of equality and juttico, and at embraced ta It i> to hoped that all Union lorlng citl zcm will labor tn prtierr-j the of the Staltj. Our gorernroent at an jf blood and treasure, and iho'd not be destroyed, if it it to it without diihonor. 3Eioul I our Status be rend1 e 1 nnd torn asunder, probability ii that the Round can never ba healed, tho Union never be that a number often arale cottrntiifnU will be furnie4 in its iteal. bhoulil such case, there will be itelquarreh.and wased between the dif ferent gnverninenta, until chief tain orerthmw the of Ihe piople, and instead of Ihe Union of free and happV an abiulutfl deijiol will Jrne freedom Ian 1. wilj conclude witb an extract fmm the most gratrfnl for tins of, farewell nd Ircss of the Fatlier of hit Country the cfmfi lencf Kjumr in me Under the the preservation of jour povern n re um 1 do al lilm-tj hi re Inieiit, and the jternianencj of jour present fuse a compliance with auheitntion state, tt is requisite, uot onlj that yuu consider me a csndi late stealilj discountenance irregulnr oppuAitinn Dtlcpate to the Conviniion ti> its nnthuritj, but nlso that from llm district In c .nneetion with you resist mtli the spirit nf innovation announcement it innj not Iw improper for me princijiUsi, the pn> Imttj tontnle mj wa are on tl [.roiviiient qiirttu tlmt are DOW In dia iiiMeil 113 Ihe which will c-rtnin be im Dented to the Convention fur its de termination The nnd moat important question is, nil Missouri from the Union! Mj I am, gentlemen, E V. WILSON. ItrTuIiitlnin Illut. Mr in the course of his B up on the lurk inutiaUir un u A'n Lit take the pm-il.tm of Ihe UkrniUd the dtpth and of the of ths I'm Thy tolea mj apint can Thou art tha tint inildlr fchone toy [athwheuall vaa dark i drear. 3til) to ill tu my heart thr form I cherlih.> Krerf Li'i'l thnuglit liki. n bird flies Ah! never till life an 1 itieniury Can 1 turret how dear thon nrt tu me, if urn, nwin, nnd nivlil, I inoj I'm tlrenmiriif ettrof tliee, Foodl} I'm dreaminif of Erernf when and lonely, Wand'ritiK afar, mj si ul to dwell; then I felt 1 tliee inily. All seemed to fa le Ufuiv nlfrciion'ii hare notchiltvd the 1 uiidh I'm of There Ii ft gentle but ifluriooi mi-ttioa fcr nvery wuman in world, Bwy wv- man may al her own iroprttfInj, chwrfully mla" tu eunifurt uf aroaal her. And then the can gu fi rCi wjlb her 'leart filled with loving I pUJ- deti home of mourner, thtt pil- low of the sick, rehere the wanti of and niu alaipvi] of the little chiM to the tnuilirt its lipi to beamtnc with the Jurht of !a which kliall lerto draw near tlie sufHrer. the cheering un lip, which shall be i rt tu eTtry anJ the upon her tonRUMrblcli shall fall like luuiiu spirit. AnlaaUant on tin first Oo -JUi uf Junuartr OnlUwhola pleamnt traits an 1 incidenti In Cuhgmi. common in I think Ihu opitnuu I expreistd to friend Suintritlic day In reply to my rxmnrk he rctutvd a littlr ndveuture, which al it more over involve a littU line nnd sentinient, I it without in hid own It appears that in mint placc4 luvo aad I citortiug huma luToly Charlotte to whom I wa) at that time quite do Voted, we in one of the ctotvdu I nveiilie ear- Churlutte could Jiml m V spread crinoline and nrnu.yu hir luliirnrii ous flounces, I stood up noar l.ur, thertf i inoant svat. After a few minutes came in a poor woman thfAdtnuiiouofLoui-inna, in which heiaidr MIame to dwtare it mr irate opinion, that il bill nam, he n ilhin the boiiiidftan 1 thr He the need of Human And though firnt Ik-rnst, livfimn mill tomb the I am f. r bpnng into life at lait The lut-1 may oruMi the Ana I pierce the nod, [Jut the lifld watered n itlt hontful teaif, And Harmed b} tbc smile uf Ood hodeposited a liasket uf olothti on the plut me out of it. I am for int; in Union with He ihe pred of pnnr Fuith, If ml nlttred ti> ilttst In tlie piercing blade 1 hat upward pi tuts to Cod Tho Mtm prmrs strong and the head fills out, Htedlenn of tempest strife, And n million ait. fed V, Uli tilt, Dnad of Life ttuMoed of a Fence 'Mul fitv, and blood, lautinp the prninft with n truMful heort n IKIX thcpikimonH Ptood. Proi pmc into Ihecnpinc rift rioiiu'lKd Ir the death winpd hall, Scntti riiic thtm with a lai it.h hand vtr thu frowning null Moititrncd blood of the brave who fell- Am! Unrs I the livinc 1, iintLLttud Pi-e 1 ncnda 1111 Us ihoots, corr.Uftrf, ininir an nnd tin gun, Snu ot In up the 1 .ictni, Ctntliir u lli. nnll of i> ith a i tm n tie of In ing grujn rt "V and Ipni nne  STARK the wnlU finisihrd upon lie brick, tlie trouble is nlmoH without elfiC' up fii-n in the nd pmnjj the npi n the first fine dav, trill act MS temporary relttf Inside plnMcr upon brick allsMiould putupim Inth rrmnred rom the walls l-j striro of "furring" at n inclun ll.ick.HM We hai-c Vnown even ild plaster tn to (n hniinc fits of twenling during damp Inch we always attributed to the presence of omi kind of uiltfl in the makrial which hnr nc an fur water, eonilenseil the vapor n the Hlmt here, whlcb is the causa of this as a piteherof ict wa Icrappearn (o swenton a wnrm day in sum- mer, until the temperature of the contents 11 qualited with temperature of the uunding fiottt hilt 1 of tlietTrilvtt nn I itnc ing Inmin il lit-rv I tncnn to stnml 1   b mth us' j stranger betiveen lursclf nn 1 Mias tli count than nn riot Sucli the fict i tlmt the com IIM ntflit of nil. MI it w r .Irfir irh f tliey can, ru Oil, ho. WliiTtf'a n urn vtrttiftlU i: fn.m thur thnt, it tLtt ill tlie iluty of U for amttaLly if if miut."   ir enpe S iirHitf the SlnttR tinre j liu K dirfcth m conflict nilli llie fngitue law. OIK Hl.-itr Imft Jt-Lhtel tlirfujiinc law niCMiMitminnnl 1 sw nre nf cntnplnint, nml llif Smitli i- to the repeal of all in crmflict wiih tlie fujrilm Inn- T lie Nnrtli iniuirntu but httl in ili C M. ilir.ll iM pin nt tlit- itn lur fitt nt In i tin S utli nrc Hilling tltnt tin iM-vtoeLhil in til. Inn tninpliiii: them tiiu Hut rii'lils i-tngir.leil lai. I, is edition the pni[   1 u huvi> tt tin- Uiiinii utrc llirn tin Arvrn.41 wi nl 1 1 t> iiutc) lull nt of eicli other forrign cimntrn lil.fti fn tn into I tlitr wniiM he lit r. lilt. tmu ironr tin Umtul fattiti i Ciinniln tin re untilil no uf tttrn htioti, no to (JLtiianJ slmcs to np prol to tin cimrts of justice to rour flanf tint th'-it iiiten Iht-n, if Mr Lincoln intendil til thi-i i, nutition nrL his tin t me front? and the nn re iLCcntl) though thinl} clad Thu unknon n Indj dreu the httlo gn I upon icr Inp, and wrnppo 1 her tnnntU Um 4. in be t in eiLept a .taodingl Sl, wa. tlt-crowd tint 7 alnno .n-med roptlRimnt tho Co Utn pin of ill It.....r on-or of n- roU8l pnhluan l.al.r..an.l n v.rj crav, one. thai I MW of ttn and li was tioftU n the ulio ut ,11 pnitu, are open 1 to the tru'ii. Ttie nt... a I, ne and ft ,lmL rote altogether _ I mil lorL Herald u I, but tht unknown AMtinj it for her' The woman did in Dralli of Jotrpli 1, juunucr, ttie toii.liictur h iriit.il her out, but her nwnrn in Unrs, which no out aaw but I ntiticiid liir ai shf ltd to a bant; nifiitand I itmrkt 1 the house inr unknown rose to depart I wni in dtspair, for I wwnte 1 to tt IJow nnd diocuvir her residence, but could uol 1 art? D----- HJW glad, then, wni I t- tee her bowuig ns i ut, lo i mutual acqtiAi ntnnce utiMtd in lite d Mirwn) From him J learned htr n ime nni! a I lo n tlie Bit much tlmt Ii H inj In the inn It-nt wlnHi introductd her me she nhownd her nni ch irntter A ftiw imrnngc, 1 xhuut-d 1 .m. son slinn I, which 1 had rolti-rnuJ from Its otvnrr, and nhnll al p a memento There nre An Irishtnnn g> t station for nnd tinforliinaulr iff I nttjc nnd the Iriun Ir-ft twftm In- ha 1 "HmildMl'erirlsftii UL ran liki nmd afur the "hould on iilil Ml amr- gut H oard tl it's lift Uliio I." odkid "what cntma] from the "1 U mm, was tue ro- Ulppinf.i nn.l Kcirrnw are tint or mi rial hfe. we xullinvlj nc, rd the rau- mts 4 I JiiLrts. aud .orruw'. hour, tuaj. thtir utvn inij re.s A till emm 1 Uisi1? in tlnt.Jo.eph L While if Vw ntlirSth of Jniillao. tTttr Ian '1114 in LVntnl America, h) n Cani Iian Henchman nain, tl an 1 dit I i n tin 12th llie afTri} origin ttr 1 in n ilMpnte ahont I n Iii rnhhor And thin ijnobly hn tht. lift ofi man Kiftcd nho.e mi of f Hot.., In fi noer Tears he ..as wtll ki i wn to mint of the people of m ctio I >f Indiana IK wii a I itt.c of the Stnte of York, nn I oimt. to Ma In in tn o (ve think) ti. in tli pracli.4- i f It profKiion 'i onth nd tliMiiith hirt ,al. nts n into n lic-nttl, I ar u li, r, iiitn at tho ,11, >mi and bt4.T4.ni, wcrt. the J nnci] al practltioi, tunes [iliu'int things to le f >und even ,n un> 8bort tm Two dented in an 'hnir H} him poorraan in n suppli iMing -Hit ide Very iom. mj jmmg friend, tliat I donothine or n But I can give you n word of Pt-tir TV hen a man has nothing >oniense! Under eertain etrcumBUtiees a mnn mut( know how to drowning in a pond, the poor man ealmlr regard him rom the shore friend, lint I  seen traveling away, and, U mo} be, Peter Rngg of old, he ll still to find a resting, an of the plj-etof hti he is tin- tu attain it through tho devious t 4tf N'ew Turk ctt) Cftfnlinrn tan ding hv a machine at winch Kjiiunc lady Van at worL. I.HiLlntr trnntel) at llie ftiroprtn tlni- rara iCPt tu adiniratton. Tt urtj. licit Sum! 11 tKarlj man u s tn waiLinj annirid a cnrpet IK hnnd and a ivatnj Tin- mire u indeed balliiwv J, when of the churchyard ean eoverall met v aa.c that of IU.L. deieriplion of a fi Idle cannnt iHJt Ml v.ui a turkty, anil of aijnme, turned it on Us Itack 1 ii-b-lh with nLruukudstiok.auil St 1 iitncL! I uw it did squoltl" A little fvllow ond tunplutsol hU iniitlier by making the following tlit-r, if a inau is a nmUr, ain't n woman Of two to A PtHi.fr Irmg if met nttjeti while in Ireland, lied m Ihe hoApital nearlx all time ho there A Western euitnr thinks sewing girls eau- to eumj tl.- with tewing hum, f r thi-y hiien't Mich iron eunititu litjilj ftr ih it fj.ti r. "Whntnre ron In "Is-Miking a fur a son in law for you and fithcr" If yon irnj ft vonrstlf mi ch fti Jin ear--fiil to-lo notlanjf nitan wlieii alone, no in company. tion wntlrn v the hind of dmm'j, but not 1 br the bearer. A flirt n like a Hi pier nttAehM tn a hr- at tiliettr In drink from but ou ont desires to earry it away. en tli fir heads glow silvery, tad their pickets out nnlj wgticcj by pretfr ing. A mm einnot lw truly hsppy hrre, with out a well grounded hope of wirj hanp1 her-vafter Urnre men IUIIT (lieir t ntomi In rnim women to fMtuiVst Di f irrc a ii an Intake Voti ran nitrite him tn tnVe a Latfi without pitih- ing him into the rlrer are twn rrrntftil nrnndc !nm ne when fl e won irhrta pfle will and the other nhre vLw will liarehrr. A t the funeral ed of tlifl mournrrtt nn Emerald-T, a hroiht-r Put. a 4 Sch PO! how JA yon Uat drink' I nererdid tKI.D think I cuutj now, It, tlr, a There .23.000 deaths In Torkvitj during 1560. i A hoc n nr 1 fclon. Vibv t tbotsS Utsitv W SPAPEIl   

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