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

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27 Aug 1840

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Spirit of the Times (Newspaper) - August 27, 1840, Cincinnati, OhioA Vic a r a pm meat eve Winc. Avo by St. In bes a a Tritini us "i0 in Igi Zaiq ocl action Tunu Fawn yesterday the amounts Van m us wrong column. Any Par credited bit mistake will their decisions and nil Beta founded �p00 that report a Rill ant in Ewid Nind binding. 1w error has Kaaa corrected and Toon return a Rill no in found in every respect o. K. To kit do at meeting it Carthage Vul am understand mum. Oueis attn Nind and am Bam heard the number Grassit estimated at three or four thou the Tir Iten were escorted out in the by a protect Cir a of ii Sene. The oae Yezad the Tarn German companies of this Day and a Large number Aleo went out in boats in the morning. The meeting was organised and the exercise commenced with a Rivert address from col. Johnson. He Aras followed with speeches of considerable length from governor Shannon and senator Allen. A in the evening governor Shannon and Dremond a number of the citizens from the portion of the Exchange on front Street lie commenced by stating that he was much fatigued baking been engaged traversing the state and add rearing the people. He continued in a speech of considerable length in which he Ani adverted severely upon his opponents a annihilated the Banks explained the sub Treasury and brought them up standing on the famous banding army Bill after Hie excellency bad concluded 8enator Allen was loudly called but As it a was announced that this gotten Ian was not present or. Duncan was called for by live crowd. The doctor took the stand just Van Canad by the governor and prefacing his remarks with an allusion to Hie having so frequently addressed the people on previous occasions that he could give his friends nothing new and remarked Asho did upon the evening previous that in the various Ward meetings he had a told the people All that he Knear and in fact some things that he did not know a after a disquisition upon the political topics of the Day the speaker concluded and the meeting adjourned. As the crowd dispersed the Huzzah for Quot Martin pad a old tip appeared to be about equally divided. A one word in regard to these Public gatherings. We have attended numerous assemblages of both parties during the last few months and with a Fow exceptions every Good cities a must have been pleased with the Good order observed where thousands have assembled together in the Public streets and Market places to discuss questions of National policy. We Hope foe the Good Nam of our queenly City that such a slate of thing May Continua and that men Wilt not suffer themselves to be so blinded by parly Seal As to commit Sueh outrages upon decency and Good order As has already been the ease elsewhere. It i Oaly by fair open and orderly , that the people can arrive at the truth upon these matters. In times of political ex-1 item int like the present it is expected by a our readers that we should Ray something of Tea political occurrences 0/ the Dayan while we do not wish to sat ourselves up As a dictator we Endeavor to give an untre a died opinion upon matters of this thera is doubtless much to comment upon that in not right in the movements of id As the first number of a informed the Reader that it a to make our comments up either party which in our should require it. Is fresh in our memory led to pay their of the vice evening at the court Neo the old gel., to in whet they of n Aan title of the a a Shin fuels a Era a which rape the currency tinkers of that City Over the ahem Afta mad Rato in. . The Clipper nays that the editor cannot find food for he pen to Onri Pali the Wrick for the whole argument ton be Redwood to one foot that Thane irresponsible Quot irritating plasters a Ara n Perito win sen in sods a Gurma to cd mesh unify. These Torill Tut ions to that City to understand like leeches have atoned themselves upon Community and will not Loose their hold until they Are gorged with lie life blood. Meetings have been held and this matter taken into consideration and various ways and Means have been adopted to drive them oat of circuit Ion. The butchers Bakers mechanics and tradesmen of that City have passed resolutions denouncing them hut still like the plague of Egypt they Are not be rid of so easily. Several of the Ehi plaster men in that City after flooding the Community with their issues have Swartw outed leaving the holders of their paper to suffer. The papers have severely commented upon the matter but things go on As usual. If the people of the Quot monumental City Are not Quot Somodi least Law a let thei Courte take such cognisance of the matter As ours have done and Tho Community will soon be rid of the nuisance. V \ one of the free Bankers of this City it is Grove in whisperer i in order to avoid being arraigned among his Brethren and being subjected to a similar penalty has sloped with his Strong Box to parts unknown. His a per which was some t Ime since considered 4�?~ss Good As old wheal a and by some of his friends equal to the genuine Quot yellow Boyes themselves can now we understand be bought in 4quanttties to suit purchasers at. The extremely Low rate of Quot three bits the hat full. Had some of the holders of his Money who have got them elves into.44hot water a paid attention to the warning Given by our correspondent Quot razor a they would have avoided this wholesale t a ring. V. J no Kox , the rogue who committed the larceny by stealing sex governor Poindexter a Gold watch while to and old John Quincy Adama together with Tho members of the Senate House of representatives and departments were crowding tie Entrance of the theatre to see the celebrated leg treasurer Fanny easier has been himself committed to answer the charge at the next criminal l court. To saw the Chain of the Quot old colonel a a watch sticking out from his Fob of he addressed the crowd last evening. The villain who stole the article from him while addressing the people of Philadelphia having re turned it promptly As soon As he ascertained to whom it belonged. / trick or a web Cosof the bar of the Quaker City have the reputation of being particularly Sharp t and it has grown into a Bye word that if a a Man is smart enough to puzzles Philadelphia i Jay or be is qualified to travel. We adduce an instance of the benevolent feeling of one of Tho most eminent of their number Tho is Well known at Home by his eloquence and abroad by the various productions of his pen and we recommend such a ease As one worthy of the consideration of the profession in this City. It is stated in a Philadelphia paper that David Paul Brown appropriated Tho entire amount of his fees for Tho argument of a ease in that City amounting to several Hundred dollars to the Relief of Tho women and children of the Kensington District who were sufferers by the late riots and disturbances in that Quarter. Law my a the Baltimore Sun reads Cap Ling Foster a Long lecture upon Law in no very Tow Dattory Strain. Give your Baltimore a Taa in Law a few of your me soul Law touches casting and teach him that like necessity in a a knows no Linth sir Tea whig his pay. State the Igsa the past flour Rose in Boston after the arrival of the Acadia 85 cents per barrel. The buyers a Rara Malbar fast. Tbs Acadia was Only nine Days Between land and land. She brought 18000 letters her dimensions Era length of koo9331 feet length Between perpendicular 808 Fedt breadth amidships 30 feet. Extreme breadth 34 feat a depth of bold 88 foot. Tonnage 1136 tons engines 440 horse Tho Acadia will i ears Boston on hot return to England on the 1st of september. Datum est or m fisheries the Popula tie of marm Bead is 5175, which is an in Ciao of of484 to ton years. Of those there of an excess of 1851 females Over Toh Alfh to 1 i or Rango to a a a Papon state that inst fun a warm a a it that port to do. Articles fit and necessary fee the fisheries to to entered duty tree As hos generally Boon Tho son in Nora beet to without May restriction As to to kor mks Ofutt Riff is. The now York express says Quot formerly a atm the Meo it it the of Rik in Al in the British provinces wore imported from foreign countries it was Loco Story before of Taining a drawback of Tho duty to Proa that the articles As imported arara actually so rimmed in use of Tho fisheries. Until further legislation upon the subject by the British government it will be Only necessary tops ter for the use of the fisheries to save duties a end on the article of flour alone of which a vast Quantity of american of consumed annually will Era a Dollar per a 1a naval Norfolk Beacon of the 21st inst. Says Quot it was rumoured yesterday that Commodore Warrington at prevent in command of this naval station has been ordered to the Board of Navy commit miners in place of come Wadsworth appointed to the ordnance department. It was also rumoured that com. Morris was to go to Boston and to take command of the Mediterranean Squadron in the Spring. Thera were several rumours about the Navy Yard Here and the command of the Squadron destined for the China seas but they were so conflicting a to leave no Groenil for supposing them 16 be True. It is new stated that capt. Jesse Wilkinson will take command of the East India Squadron and capt. Morris the command of the Yard thaa a m the it City Council it a a waa Sawat Arre Onemo to goal 1 a oct Mearns. Griffin Lovell of cd Foto Powell Findley and read sri Tai. . Chose from 00m-Mitte so Low reported of the right of the City to Lead log a Pike Lawrence and Butler streets from front to the River a report a. A the of Durm new Jerset whig electoral Tho following selection was made by the whig stitch convention at Trenton for the Stato electoral ticket a or. I Ewi Condict of Morris Cornelius i up ton of Cumberland James Hiff of Sussex Jacob m. Ryerson of Paua in John Runk of Hunter Don James g. Wright of Monmouth Thomae Newbold of Burlington Joshua Townsend of cepe May. A. East Squadron Eon sitting of the Razee. Independence Fricano Constellation sloops of War Concord and Boston and another Sloop of War is now fitting out for the East is said that Commodore Lewi Warrington will have the command. Capt f. H. Gregory has Boon ordered to the frigate Constellation at bos ton. Up land sales. The Iowa territorial Gay octto states that a Large portion of the Pine country on Tho Wisconsin River purchased by the government from Tho Chippewa and Menominee indians will to offered for Sale at the land office at Mineral Point on the 5th. October. X f idea Moi i a the inmate of a Boardinghouse in the City of new Orleans were slim Ultan Cousley taken ill on tuesday night the with in�t.,won the following morning lome of them had not recovered. It is believed that Poison was surreptitiously administered to them by some unknown person. Riot in Pui Lidei Ritia quite a serious riot occurred on wednesday on the shores of Schuylkill Between Vine and Callowhill streets the parties mustered upwards of one Hundred and consisted chiefly of Coal heavers a number of them we severely beaten. Fat a French legislator design Tel Tho press As 44aristocracy of Tho obit Jar v. F died on monday morning August 24th of typhus fever in the 24th year of his age or. Hens Sowell a Young artist of High Promise and a gentleman possessed of every justification to endear him to is now More than two years since we met or. 8ewell, then the artist of the comp Street the Stre new Orleans enjoying the Coo i Denee end respect of those for whom he Laborado and inspiring the liveliest admiration by the Fidelity of his designs end Tho gorgeousness or naturalness of his colouring. Duffing .4he lost few months he hos Mode Louisville his Home endeavouring to Lay hero the basis of an Independence that would enable him to support a Young and devoted wife whom not a year since he led to the altar. To woo ambitious of exe Thenee in his Artos to was Bumble and aspiring in Bis manners and wasps and ardent in his friendships. And to Laboured with his whole heart end seemed to perfect and finish Tho productions of his fancy before others would have comp food the design. He a tas Astee ipod by All who know him and up Nono Mora Trion by Tho writer. Wojy be soon much very Moe of him within Tiro years Post and nought that to could not Praise prudent pot Liberal Oil Noble yet Manly a devoted Friend and generous of an enemy Iwho could Horo no Thora could not Boro been found one in whom wore so completely combined the elements to Render Bis Fifo Happy and him capable of imparting lines to Zotkow. Jaffa mourn among Bis Are for Kis or. Ewing from committee on water works reported that it a Ras impracticable this season to if aft a pipe from the waterworks into the River farther than the pipes Ltd the ordinance empowering Tho Wood measurer to remove portions of Wood on wagons when frauds we suspected was Tost upon its third Reading. Or. Halley from of Smittee to whom the communication of r. My Grygor 4 co. Had been referred reported that the bog pen was kept clean and that no nuisance was occasioned by said . Brooks from committee on constructing fireman a ladder reported that or. Scowden wished permission to withdraw his proposition which was granted. On motion of or. Lewis $100 was advanced to or. Croseley on h i contract to build the Sycamore Street Bridge. Sta Dino . Brooks from committee on claims reported sundry accounts which were ordered to be paid. The committee on water works submitted sundry documents in relation to the renting of water privileges on the canal with a View of applying the same to Tho water works. Subject Laid on the table. . Broadwell presented the petition of George Ketch claiming damages for opening of Carters to commissioners on assessments. Or. Ii Azan the petition of John Hullivan praying compensation for damages in removing ins Lionso in widening Fixmer Market to appraisers of damages. The president read a communication from messes. Whetstone Stratton and others claiming Perry St., and staling their to pay for u10 grading und paving of the referred to the committee on Law with instructions to Stop the grading and paving if they think it advisable. Also a petition for Exchange brokers License a referred to committee on Exchange offices. Quot. On motion of or. Hazen the clerk was authorized to advertise for proposals to Grade a portion of lower Market St. Also proposals for repair of a Gutter on East front St., i near the water works. Or. Lew is offered a Resolution for paving of the intersection of Sycamore and Webster . On motion of or. Broad Well the clerk was authorized to advertise for proposals for the building of an engine House in the fifth Ward in accordance with the plan furnished by the fire company. Or. Billings offered a Resolution for the repair of railing around Fly Mark la carried. Or Chase reported an ordinance providing for a City solicitor at a salary of Fagoo per . Afr. C. Smith and Taos. Wright offered themselves As candidates for constables in the 4th Ward. The president read proposals from the following persons to do the City printing a or. Pugh publisher of the chronicle to do Tho printing for the City at a discount of 25 per cent and the advertising at a discount of 75 per sent. Upon the prices generally charged by the printers. Messes. La Hommedieu 4 co., of Tho Gazette to do the printing at the usual Price and the advertising at a discount of 33 j per cent upon the usual messes. Looker 4 Graham of the Republican proposals upon the same terms As the Gazette. Mezere. Wilmerton 4 Storback of the spirit of the times to do the advertising at a discount of 20 per enl opon their prices of advertising. On motion of or. Chase the proposals a Rara referred to a Setzet committee of three to a a port upon the same Viz a Mears. Chase ii Azan mid Brooks. A41<wped. A. The Oei Gimal original declaration of Ludepen Donee a a document which should is looked upon As a precious Gem amid the Jet called Eor Naal of our nation glory a is we toarn9 hanging framed and goosed in one of Tho bureaus of t he Secretary of sietes Effiee at Washington. It is still Ines cutout preservation. The room in which it haole in the depository also of a words Pistole snuff boxes and other presents a which have been made from a time to time to americ to ambassador and other officers of government t abroad and to a Ham Given up is the Tow Phil. To happiness Isar so a re a a just returned and Shabas looked upon him for Tow. R Lector Iii go astute to Juanito Goff Tob my i a a a a v a a a a of in to. A a a so a a Massachusetts a Elf North i Akona. I960. Mem 1h3& in 9 to in Asha am arara Bertie w. 1851 �78 37 Cert ret a Currituck Craven Columbus Chatham cum Besmond Chowan Ca Torros a Caswell Gates Davidson Guilford greens Hertford Iredell Johnston Lincoln i Renoir Martin Northampton Montgomery Meekle Torg Orange Peak zimans Pasquo tank a Robeson Richmond Surry Stokes Wilkes Wake Wayne Bladen Brunswick Columbus Duplin new Fla Norer Onslow Sampson 166 w 400 18 445 920 1760 125 164 1325 1100 24 9g3 113 370 200 593 111 126s 101 a i Ami of a Fol 8347 m 8766 895 40 a up 7 a 11 Al Quot. 164 a a 69 a 9� 300 a a 3ii a a a it. / a m a i 46 4 25. It by a a a a 307 331 145 Arnm m 951 111 a 7920 "�?~.�?�vr�u, a a a 770 a a a a a a a a a a a 39 112 a 435 a4 it a a mow a a 139 14 795 a a v 125 a. A �09 0-. 300 380 465 i a 538 217 973 a v. 95 v a a 330 232 five a a 99 a 38i ,. Ltd a to 848 23 a. 299 532 a a a 12797 512 189 122 46 532 a 1758 680 548 261 12,384 8,206 6,555 7,239 Pittsburgh Market. R August 21, 1s40. M e Are glad to Lutol the Early beginning of our fall busies a and in our walk no ought our merchants manufacturers and business depart men it was much gratified to a a suet extensive stocks arriving or on hand and such excellent preparations by out business men to meet their All customers. Merchants with Money or who Are Well established and known to be punctual can now visit our Market with pleasure and profit. Barons Small sales middling and inferior a boulders 5 to sides 6 to 6j hams 7 to 8 7-3 cents per la. A a a i. It Quot a coffees Stork Large and sales Good. One House reported Sale of 4<h bags by to the City in Large lots at 12 a 12 l2ct< per Ito it Cli Ecsey Niev 5 a 5 1-2, and Dull. A f of tire a Inkret Well supplied. Sales $3 25,. Anti for very Choice in Soia i lots $3 37 1-2 out of boats and Ragou and it on stores �3 37 a �3 75 per beat 50 cts. A it trn 25c. Rve 37c. Barley 4,0c. Oits 15 to in Els. Per Bushel. Leal Era sales of 1000 lbs red. 22 a 23 country 24 to 25 Spanish 27 cts per la. Lead plenty and sales 4 a la Cash Itule. N. O. Sugar a Bales for Cah by the , 5jj a 7c., and by the Bol. 7 1-2 a 8 . Vitol assess in. O33 cts. And on credit 36 cts. Per gallon. Whiskey new fairs it the River 23 a 23 12 Cis. Per gallon. Intelligencer. Meeting. A a at a meeting of the teachers in Cincinnati convened pursuant to notice in the school House of the seventh District 22h of Ai gust 1840, to prepare a suitable notice of the death and character of David hand jr., after a general expression of the views and feelings of those present messes. J. L. Talbot d. Davenport s. A Lipkins n. Holley and t. Maylin were appointed a committee Toam holy what halt a bean expressed a who submitted and the meeting unanimously adopted the following report a our lamented Friend David Havn jr., was pm loudly attached to learning from a vary Early period of his life and though Young being in his22d year his general and scientific attainments were extensive. As a Man he was beloved by All who knew him at a Christian his life was truly Axten Laryl earnestly devoted to his profession his highest ambition was to Imbus his Popiuk with the love of knowledge and virtue and to witness their Progress was his chief Delight. His death has caused a void which can be fixed Only by that being who Gvoth and Takatch away a and to whose dispensation it becomes us with Roserens to therefore pc solved that in the death of Davis hand jr., the academic profession had been deprived of one of Ita brightest ornaments society of 1 most useful member and his immediate friends of one whose amiable disposition bad Mads an indelible impression in Thair affections. Rushed that his deportment As a tracker an tit lev his memory to our warmest regard and his Devotion to the moral and intellectual advancement 0/ his pupils roofers him a fit example for ail who aspire to Omi Snee in the pm fission. Fly Sofos 7 hot we deeply sympathise with his bereaved family in the irreparable toes they Bora sustained and that As a testimony of our a ease of their of Titian a copy of Tho foregoing signed by the chairman and Secretary of this meeting Ury mourning Pav Eim a on motion a Tifai resolved that we Omni which to to he wat. Ii. Radar on 3 of clock p. M .�11 Litton to Hie it Tofft Tho funeral ser. A a in trod by the Rev. 6th, at r / if. A it

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