Cincinnati Spirit Of The Times in Cincinnati, Ohio
6 Aug 1840

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6 Aug 1840

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Spirit of the Times (Newspaper) - August 6, 1840, Cincinnati, OhioAi j. Dorfeuille a atm mum a mat of recently in Tho City of n. As yet wont tto Conff. Fit Nito a i i i distinguish and stat in who has occupied motion in too history of the Republic and Wall amp for i Bra by died at Bogota of a to a Fow weeks Cinco. Of \ 1 foam ton Tho St Lilla bulletin that counter foil five Dollar lbs an Tho Stato Bank of Indiana Ere in la Tho Vignette in Tho con fro a Man standing under a tree with oxen sheep ac., a a Ltd a Loeo motive in Tho distance. Tho engraving u Wolt executed hut the paper it thin and aim at the Hank Tea. A Arar issued any of iwo with i Vignette similar to Tho above Tho counterfeit May to of ily detected. A. it a statement going the rounds of the papers that or. Eldridge the noted forger lately did in prison at Philadelphia. The Richmond Star says that the or. Is in remarkably Good health for a dead Man. The doctor is As straight a die with the ease option that he has been trying for some time past to convince Bis keepers that he is ios Aoe. It we learn from the Louisville journal that there was a fight Between a Patty of White men and negroes in Madison la., on Friday bight last in the course of which two White men were shot and severely wounded. One of the Blacks was afterwards taken to the River for the pure Leo of being thrown i and drowned but was saved by the interference of some influential . On saturday night the i vixens were Quot arming Triem Roloa and threatening to exterminate the Blacks from to place. Tic establishment on the Corner of Vine and ninth streets opened a Toon last evening and was numerous by attended. The Pavilion was crowded with. Spectators and every thing passed off to the r satisfaction of All the equestrian performances k is said by those conversant with each matters have never been surpassed in tide City Hood order is preserved through. Out the entire establishment end every thing is nod tinted with the a run oot propriety.�?. As Tho objections usually urged against per. Formantes of this kind have been entirely removed by the proprietors messes. Raymond a Waring they deserve the encouragement of our citizens. Tin slants i Indi Idu Alf who attracted to much attention front the Public at the time they were exhibited in this country some year since have of late been almost entirely forgotten. After having travelled through the european countries As wed As through our own country and having amassed a considerable Arno unto Money by to fair exhibitions they purchased a farm Jug lib in Oito Liaa and have settled Down for life and Are at present engaged in cultivating Tho soil. Although not tinge men neither it a married and being strongly at Jyh ill to Slother they has but liitle die. To change their situations in their travels through this country both the soothers took an Active interest to polities and a the beat of argument upon one or Taro occasions they got Luto a fight and whipped a Fin or two individuals who to Thorn for which offence brought before the proper Tribu find. They Are fond of Hunting a athletic pursuits and being Stout i will no doubt make Good Farmers. Two tins Ramon o and has of let that it be difficult of Tho diff by it leg Tamaar doping to Parte in elected by forge As we have been Able to glean rate information. A. Quot re a v a spa v4 it a i whig. 130 a 4 a 79 m it a Vav v am twa togs 315 9u 180 a 97 118 a 111 .5. Key tie 09 Dwino 141 Fey $9. Wayne 1800 1� her Reeo 30 we Are indebted to Hedert of Tho Toam heft indians foe the following additional nows which May to relied on at Correct. In Tho Ravea Jpn counties already Haard from bigger whig majority Over Howard v. Is 6335. A Kotock Louisville at the dose of the polls on to second Day Tho whig a or Ity was 1007, and the new from the surrounding country was favourable to the whig candidates. We leans from the Louisville Lesette that the whigs of that City were to illuminate the City on tuesday night on the strength of it full returns have been received from Campbell county upon the opposite Side of the River which Are As four is p French v. B., Quot 494 Letcher w., 337. Helm v. B., 494 Thompson w334 thornes v. B494 g Rey 313 a b. Marlor gov.,, 160 legislature 161. A a in Kenton county he v. Jwj. Is 250. W a Shin Oton will do doubt by pleasing to Many of the admirers of this popular writer to learn that notwithstanding the Din of politics and party excitement which agitates the country he it still engaged in literary pursuits. Away from the noise and Hurilla of the Busy Metropolis be lives at East and in quiet upon a farm,.which he has purchased with the proceeds arising from the labors of his pen. Here he lives in the Iliade upon Orte of the most romantic spots in the country and surrounded by the scenes which he has Tea Derad immortal by his pen. An attempt was made two or throb year Tinee to bring him out of Bis retirement into the political Arena and he was actually nominated by Eeme of Bie officious friends for the mayor pity of the Eit of new York but the chronicler of the ancient worthies of Manhattan could not be induced to offer himself a a candidate. He is a regular correspondent of the new York Knickerbocker and although his contributions May Lack something of Tho spirit which characterised ills earlier efforts yet Hie articles still show Fiat they Scro written by the renowned Geoffrey Crayon. It is announced that he a engaged upon a new work embodying a narration of the events connected with the visits of Christopher Columbus to this continent. Such a work from such a pen cannot foil to be successful. Thuc Ward of Muriera a Groat Porto of the North West part of the Day. Atol contain Mai a a Polk a num Bekk of Hitoi fish flee be 4490 look out of 9499, the whole a unfair i the Ward. Thia is the it first Wand to Ohleh the Foa Alea 4o net in Lento Ber the males to for a or. Cot Hae toe Eefie and la taking the of in Ftp Weril health of tha Ward Wae Good excepting the exist enea of the Mir eos pie hit or Cheley inf Antum Ohleh pm be to a got extant. Among Tho Eoto a population a nag waa found he ref the Vena Rahle name of Geoff a pm Dkl to Loti in a the following to the aamber of White dense in the fifth Ward a male under 5 year of ago 480 Between 5 and 10,485 10 and 15,499 15 and 90, 455 90 and 30, 1075 30 and 40, 751 40 and 30, 336 50 and 40, 155 40 and 70, 76 70 kn4 80, 94 80 and 90, 4 99 end 100, 1.�?total, 4573. Fem Ataa under 5, 747 Between 5 and 10, 471 19 and 15, 444 15 and 90, 549 90 and 30,1089 30 and 40, 594 40 and 50,30 50 and 60, 173 60 and 70, 78 70 and 80, 91 80 and 90, 4h-Tfitat, 4443. Total Whites in Ward 9016. Froe coloured males under 10, 41 Between 10 and 94, 37 94 and 36, 99 36 and 55, 99 55 and 100, 6.�?total, 135. Female under 10, 49 Between 10 and 94, 58 94.and 36, 51 36 and 55, 18 55 and 100,9 a total 178. Total Ooi ored population 313. A deaf and dumb in Ward 4 Blind 1 insane and idiots at private charge 3. K dec a Ritt lation. J males. 2,590 4,573 9,143 Whit. 2d Ward 5th do. 6th do Froe coloured. 9d Ward 5th do. V 6th do j 37 135 14 females. Total. 9,661 5,271 4,149 9,016 2,315 it 4,386 a it v \ 18,673 r 62 a 99 a �?��m78 313 24 38 450 to hate heard of in the of a Hhd if manuf Estorer Bsma a Vrtik it Raj he Imp a Ima iwo Xois m a inti Lime a off Hohl Folio Wor of Frico and Surtees it in marked for get i an Board the Reveel he aant i him uni to with u. 07&Quot we have had Laid upon our fable a or Tux lira or Mattix Van Bubko president of 1h United states,1 by Moses Dawson of this City. It contains an outline of or. Van Burens political life from his Erst ranch on the political a a to the present time with extracts from his speeches resolutions and state papers of which he was the author. The i prefixed to the work a limbo Grophie likeness by a Surech a Mensel a id to to Correct. A document which has excited and a till excites much inter to in Community i the sub tvs by Bill is also appended and will be found Eony Niento for a for knee to the who wish to consult Tho provisions of this important Law. The typography and gene�?1 execution of the Stork is creditable to the publisher or. J w Ely no 10 lower Market it of whom the work Ean Obi old and to who Courtesy Are a indebted for Aeop of the work. �?1 a a Ini a m. To 9tw York Tattler a it that the St Louis pendent is Eoa of the very but Wittiv to and Sost Vera sons of i to a change. The editor of the latter paper Aknass Fogts tha Tyro first charges but a to the�?eious1 part to appeals Star a Wal Ortity am a Ato and cup Drift Futer tha xdtkg46l4fijtok��tk a coated a to to an Total in Throe words 10,123. A re it 01.utioxaxv him or Tux dial a bit.-4-married, at , Nora Scotia on the 13th ult. Or. Reuben Buunk a life guard of general Washington in the revolutionary War aged 82, to miss Sarah rein eff aged 95, with tha intermit red spirit of 76 flashing Frt Gnu it his ayes the old hero fearlessly entered against such fearful Odds the desperate engagement and we guess she wont Coine the tyrant Over him any How she tries it. A. A a _. a Young lady named Jans Hawkins died recently in Lodi n. Y., after eating a piece 0/ confectionary presented her by a Young Man. The stomach upon a postmortem examination betrayed no Poison and the Yoong Man was examined and discharge. Arsenic was found in her own trunk a few Days previous to her depth by her the Freeman says the whole affair remains a unsolved mystery. Crime 1 a the year 1839, 45,682 persons were arrested by the police of Dublin. Of these 36,553 were males and 18,139 females. 19236 out of the number were for being drunk�?12,199 males end 7,037 females. Out of the entire. 10,150 of the Malese Ould neither read nor write and 14,146 of the females. It will thus be seen that ignorance and crime go hand in hand together. How important to nations As Well As individuals Are the advantages of education i cold new set of candidates for medical popularity have sprung up a Germany who under the guidance of Vincent press it a Farmer of g Rae ten Berg in austrian bil sin profess to eur Alt did eases by tha internal and external application of put and cold tomter. the coolest attempt at a if destruction on a coed the chef a Mart of a suicide is one a lated by fado. An Snotie Home Edver tired extensively that he would 00 a certain Day put him if to death in ooh it Gaydon Lor the bib fit of his Wilfo and family. Tickets of admission Coe Guinea Atafo a 1 to Quot a 0� it is stated in the now York times that two do aka do wet by tha nary agent for the Poe Ifie on thee Hotovy of the Navy tha on for $99,609, and tha Othar for $10 009 b a a a. K. Paold of won Mim big am 4jfipgpgas0t a a tha 15th i us t. A h�?9t Iii the shia Ryan tha mayor of Charleston is 4000 of the Mas Tor of tha 95001t�?a -1- two charges of Mode against aft Tossy Forto the Primmer of the Jatoft Amston a Tot an monday night inst a Fouad he Way Iota the Franklin Flange and Toto Soney end various Art Kies from the Board Ere. From Aaron Fuller he stole $190, and free a. Foster $10, a coat gloves haad Kcf Hico to. A portion of urn Artistes won Token fimm Llu 4�hl-Story of Iho to of Fth Imke articles As toe prisoner had not Edge Odd a lost wore identified and to was sent �0jail in default of procuring bail for $190 in each. Met a firm hmm Mommy and mrs of and lip two As pea be Ertta and St Igot oot irishmen a Ever Brahe Stone appeared Befoy Hie Honor Tho i Iamb toy a or inc charged with being drunk and Ito jobs on tuesday night. 7 v a the watchman who took up my sri. Manly and Barley testified that they we disorderly Oeor Dawson s Row on Wator Sito Ott and that the first be saw of 000 of Tho prisoners he Cane pitching Bead fore asset out of a window upon the pavement. Whether this was an Early Entrance a know not but surely it was not a Manly Oak. While they were going to the watch House Patrick talked about procuring satisfaction but on wed mesday morning he appeared perfectly satisfied if he could Only get Clear of the scrape into which he had gotten buns la. His Honor told the prisons that be must Fine them As drunkenness was a crime. One of the prisoners a plied that he acknowledged being a Little drunk but a id he bed no Money to Paya bit of a Fine. having no Money is no excuse Why you should not be fined. 1 shall Fine you each $5. A , by George and 1 cannot pay the late bit of a Fine and you May Kapo us in jail tin Yean an it will be All the seme for neither of us was Ira a Worth tin dollars in All the course of eur lives. you of in get drunk is very Seldom that 1 Kum to town but what i gits a Little drunk. do you live and what do you do for a Tiv aug ? bin Livin Nav Milford and working on the a Pik but wave lift and Kum he Watin for a Taine boat to Kum for to go to St. Louis but now your Honor Tho boat will to ready Long Afore we Are. you Ever get drunk in the country to be sure but there they Don t trouble a person for getting n Leetie drunk an we have no fear of being nabbed. His Honor was engaged in a paring the Dittimus to commit tha friends to jail and every moment Michael and Patrick expected to be sent to the a Sinur Thering place across the canal when a Geuer us Spectator from Tlle Emerald Isle stepped Forward paid Tho fines and costs and released the couple from bondage. We Hope Patrick and now find their Way to Tho boat and not Stop again to raise steam upon Shore. Tempe ranch in All accounts be True the Catholic clergy of Ireland by their Noble and philanthropy in exertions have done More by suppressing intemperance for that poor unhappy country in a few months than All the agitator and parliaments in the world could have is now a rare thing in Ireland. Reported for the spirit of the times a City Council. array poem Aatu s. 1n0. A absent a is my. Graham roes Powell and Haxen. I a it a h a racial clerk was author ipod to advertise for proposals to build a engine House 00 Vine at Between front and Colombia on a Day lot to accordance with plan furnished by a committee of Tho fit also to advert a for proposals to repair part of Oag Toa House on George a to to. For the building of the Boot a a Vino it. The cd Tison have our scribed from nine Hundred Toa thousand Toan a. While the above a a Neoto we under Eon a duration or. Lewie rat of that owing to tool a aant payment into the Treasury from Uto Toad of a one #4000, and other fave Hie Caox there we at this time about $12,000 in the City Treasury a orders upon the Treasury to me amount a to Haada of 5 9nrw�?tyr foot wide foam 5th to 6th, Between Mato and Walnut was referred to the City sur us Boer for ape a my pm if ii ability of and fart wag for Yefin for a. Atone abutment Bridge and a wooden a a Bridge. Or. Finley too committee on Exchange often reported my he me to Tho Appun tha of Wos. Amp Law for Moeny to Asp an Exchange Oft and against the Rad nation of the Price of ii no of we. Gregory.�?r�. Port agreed to. Aim that Wal a n. Brown of 9100 agree to and lie aah grafted. A a. Or. Bailey a ported an Erdin Ajse to Lay a Ferial tax to Grade and pay 8y�?a at Feor the canal to abigri�?begtei�?8, and Alfh authorised to adv Mumfor pm Puaala. . Brooks from a a Mitt on claims a ported a a dry accounts which we ordered to be paid. Or. Lewis from of Iapoce comm it Tes Tutt fitted monthly statement of Finane for july. Ordered to be filed. Or. Achaea from Law Mitt a parted an a Dinant for removal of buildings and nuisance conflicting with the opening of str Ete alleys Market spaces a passed. Or. Chat moved that the Street com. Mise Soner remove buildings on North tide lower Market Street Between see Mon and . Or. Lewis from 8cbool committee a ported that school visitors bad adopted a new plan for distracting the to committee for a a port. Or. Bailey from Grade committee reported in favor of the proposals of or. Hig Bee a Grade and pave Gibson Salley and to Grade Longworth Street from Smith to authorised to contract in both eases. -r1a a or. Ewing from water works committee presented monthly to be filed. A i a it a Quot w a. On leave or. Thing presented a report on the but get with a plan and proposition of Peter Bowman to build a Bridge across the canal at Sycamore Street for $950 with the exception of painting the same. On motion of or. Lewis Council agreed to so much of a port of committee As adopting the plan of or. Bowman and the Peterk was authorised to advertise for proposals to build the Bridge. On motion of or Ewing a Resolution was adopted authorising the committee to have the abutment of said Bridge constructs to while the water is out of the canal As High As the water will be when left in. of n. I on Worth was refer a to committee on Deere a Elk Bridge. Communication of s. Newell Street commissioner to relation to paving certain walks. Referred to trustees of 1st Ward. The petition of owners of property on Allison Street Between Maine and Walnut to have the Street graded and paved was re Ferrad to Grade committee to report a Grade and to the City Surveyor. On the communication of Geo. Millers to a lotion to the a Ignatius of or. Foe Dick a commissioner to assess damages due a certain presbyterian Church or. John Shelley was appointed to Supply the place. The petition of Morris and Joseph Sim monds concerning the removal of buildings on lower Market was Laid on the table. The of yet sought in the petition is provided for in the new ordinance providing for the removal of houses a. To the openings of streets. On the communication of we. Greene and others commissioners for assessing damages in a certain Cato stating that they a would not egg a a motion carried that they add a fifth person to their number. A the petition of James Hudson and others for opening Clay six it was a for a to True to of 5th Ward. Tha clerk was authorised to advertise Fox pm pm de to go de and pm be Kupu Itofa or. Brooks read a protest against the in of Ufi Ojni foe the Little Miami rail ft�?8 Hod tha course of majority of the Council 00 the subject. The Pra Teetie signed by Momm. Brooks loved Billings a much car Roland Bralley and submits fit aeon Why they deem tha Casu impracticable and wish to has ibo if pfc test Coton do pen tha race cd of the Council. My. A Filto Aleo pm a ranted a Profest signed by he Matt against tha earn measure. Both Tara upon the journal. Or. Blog stated that in would hereafter also protest against that me a Sura motion of or. Le�?9, that Council 1 a id $ffio�1 a h is v a a a

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