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O. IT1. XX.l5Ey
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tillages and town, at
Mr able to the carrier.
PRICE OP MAILING
Single OoplnA, I cta. On Month, 40 cts.j Three
Month., $1 00; One Tear, It 00.
NEW NATIONAL THEATER
I,r.wi nAKCR,8nle Leasee; n. A. "abseda, Blags
Manogor; W.U. Tatmpaova, Treasurer, i T
Tim Manager takes pleasure In nnnminclng an en
gagement, for a few nights with the wonderful
iMnrtinrtll Tronpr, (formerly of the Knvola.)
Tl'KSDAT ITICNINO, Mayl,.nrst night of Uie
fairy comic pantomime of the
Ifnrlcnuln, M. I'ratnsl; Don Cassandor, .t. Marti
nottl; Clown, P. Marlinotti; Magician. A. Orosji;
Columbine, M lie Ifcsiro.
To be followod by the
CHAISES EQUIPOISE. . "' '.
By the celebrated Martlnettl family.
LA ZINGARELfcA. "
fly Mons. Prateel and M'lle Dnilre. - '. ' :'
To commence with the laughable farce of
Paddy Miles, Mr. W. Melville; Dr. Coats, Mr. Hlght;
Nrs. Hdgct, Mrs. Wllkins.
In rehearsal the Brand fairy pantomime or "M.
milm; Or, the Midnight Owl. 'f .
OOKNKK SIXTH A VINM 8ts OINUINNAT1. ,
Or.niing ffonti, Manager; 0. 0. BgTAirr, Btage Man
ager; P. B. (JMstkb, Treasurer.
NoTtm Timf UHAKnan. Ooorenpon at6M o'olocK;
Performance commences st o'clock.
Pairs or AnMissioN. Dross Circle and Paranette,
60 rents; Family Circle, AmnH.
. Sente can be ancurcd at the Bog Office from 10 A.
11. nutll 4 P. hi.
Tremendous success of that favorite, acknowledged
aud liighly-ttilohted Comedienne.
BUS MAGGIK IHlTCnSLL,
Second and last wook of her engagement.
TUESDAY EVKNINoTmM. will be presented
the beautiful mimical comedy of
THE J?ET OF THE PETTICOATS.
rami. r. .............Mis. Maggie Mitchell
St. rierre.... .Mr. Collier
Job ;.-y Mr. Ellsler
To conclmle with , , . , ,
Knty O'Shlol .,...Mles Maggie Mitchell
Duke St. Lnrmt Mr. Kllslcr
I 'll plain O'Lynn Mr. Collier
A great Surprise la In atore ror nil prepare for It.
In preparation, the hoV ploce called "The Little
Savage.". -. ,
"We meet for Enjoyment."
F1HE COMET DANDING ASSOCIATION
M. will give their First Grand Pic-niron WEDNF.i).
DAY, Mar . , at METROPOLITAN CROVE. ten
miles down the river. The steamer CHAMPION No.
ahaslieen engaged, and will leave the foot of Wal
nut street nt half-pant 7 o'clock, A. M., stopping a
Newport ami Ine foot of Fifth street.
Warwood's Cotillon Baud has betn proonred fai
ths occasion.. -
Tiq ets, 81; can b obtained from the members of
the Association ot at the boat on the day of the PIc
Nic. (niyZl.l . K. H. KKBB, Secretary.
S I G. D O N E I T I 9 S
J" ' -great- ' ;.
MONKEI AND BURLESQUE
(COMPOSED ENTIRELY OF ACTING
J MONKEYS, MH1.S AND GOATS, (as thoy have
appeared in the principal Saloons of Paris, London,
New York, Ronton, Phlladelphlaaud Now Orleans.liu
COMIC INTERLUDES, '' -
TIGHT AND SLACK HOPE PERFORMANCES,
GKAN'it UPEvTACLKd, ,
EQUESTRIANISM, fto., Ac.
With magultlcent Costumes aud Appointment)),
will exhibit at , . .
Smith & Nixon's Hall,
TTor One "Week,
Commencing MONDAY, May 2f.il; nlso on WEI
NKSDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNOONS, for
Children and Families.
When lent here, this wondorful Troupe drew to the
above Hall the largest houses ever brought together
In this oily' and the Manager, relying on the addi.
tiona and Improvements since nude ill It, nppcals
wilh conltdonce to the ninnnemeut goers of Cincin
nati, both young and old. Also,
Sis. 'Donncttl'g World-Renowned
DIORAiHC DISSOLVING VIEWS,
As a grand finale to the Drama, WITHOUT EX
TRA CII A BOH. '' ' 1
The whole to conclude with theTerrlAo Ascentlon
Dog JoUu .Bull iu the Fire Works
SB-Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance to com
mence at 8. Afternoon Performances Doors open
ut I ; to cnmmwmi at 3 o'clock.
W Admis-lnm for Ladlaaand Gentlemen, V cents.
For t dilldren, thin being an eulertainiiient peculiar,
ly attractive and taiiinMing to familiee, TickeU will
be put at the u,nirtally low rate of IS oi'ntM. . i
M"To relieve the Tiukot Office at the Door, Tlckeln
can be nrocured iliiring each day at Mennrs. Petere ft
Sons' Music Store, and ut entrance to Mean s. Smith
A Nixon a Piano Rooms. , myo-lw.
i - ' . i ) ...
The K.air for the Benellt of t. Alareln Orpknit
Anyluin, commences MONDAY, May Jts, 1MH, and
will coiitttme fir ten davs.
All frlendsvif poor Orphuns, and the public gener
ally, arc klm!lv inviteil to attend. A good lliindof
Music has wen engaged. Ilofrnshments of all kluda
will boon kand. Admittance 10 Cents. -By
order ol Committee,
Iiiy21-t JOS. RAMLER, Secretary.
WESTERN. 1 MUSEUM. .
NEW ANI INTBKKSTINO ENTKRTAINMIMT
EVEHY 1AK AND EVENINU.
IBB LAROKS1 OOLISCTION Of ANTI
QUITIES IN, TBS UNfTBP STATES. ,
.: ' I I r-... . 'i " -
N. Ii. Corner Sycamore and Third St.
On eW-eek Only.
MADAME BLANCHE THE
world-renowed Planet Reader and Female Bo
tanical Physician, has arrived and taken rooms at
No. 40 West Fourth street, where she call be con
sulted on all kinds of hnelnnsa. Also, for persons
born In March, April. May, June, September, Oclo.
tier and Ducombor, she will select miniliers in any
legalized lottery that will draw capital pr-ir"- Pa
rents having children born in these mouths, can gri
their numbers and draw ttrizes on them. ' '
The Moibiuu) a thorough phyxlclan, andcures
without fall, (of which she has ample proof,) nil
iliseaxes of females, inflammation, ulceration, and
falling of the womb, coughs and cold, Also, all
the diseases of the spine, curvature of Wl. spine, euro
aud straitein, without lujsry to the general Jiealth,
and in a very short kime,- Also, all Lin Is ef chrunla
illneaees that human fte.b J heir to: the worst form
uf womb disease cured U limn four to six weekar
For particulars call mi the Madame, nt herrooms
No. 10, or see small bills. Office hours from ii. II.
to i-. in. Terina-r-Jieaiiing tne nianeta; tallies, tfl
veiiis, m ioii.ei ynuuiuere, v lane
mans, Vill to tAt,
i reaiing oinisoasee, extra.
JEFFJS fV8, FAIRFIELD. .. ,
rHIE VENDERS OP THE FAIRFIELD
- County Butter woijd lunko people Iwlleye, that
there is no other place where Hi ll Kit ran be made,
Hut. the patrons of J. & II, L, (KKW, Grooers,
South-west corner of Elm and Third streets, ran tes
tily to the superior quality, vt (heir Jnlleraea
t'onuty lluttrr. 1 "
Messrs. Cusw's facilities for receiving Butter, are
such, that they, can supply ny demand, large or
small DeaJere d famlllel lvi' them a eallt : T'
MARBLE WORK Rn I
CORNER IPVPIH N. RIOHTU 8T .
WM. BR00KFIELD k SON. WOULD
. call atantlon to their torso stock of Jdarlile
Mantles, ITouumeuts, and Posts to mark corners of
(emetery lot., af atr tix of llflta and Aurarieau
Marble. ; inrt-ame
e Ji-,'1 mil oln "!' -i'i; mi 1
BUY, YOUR RIBBONS
At No.' SO Vi'e.t VoJrth Street. '
J. ILcB'dUTiLlIER c& BROS. "
VOL. I. NO. 70.
, MORNING,' MAY 2 f, ' 1859.
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-- OMNtnUHF.H leavetheir Oltira, No. 171 Walnut
street, st s, in, and II A.M.; nt 2, l:3n, and f. P. Jl
Sundays, In A. M. and it P. M. nit-nw
AOUICULTIIKAL IMPLEMENTS A SEEDS.
Wililor, Itoblnaoa V Vo i.ltt Walnut street. .
BOOKS AND STAT TON EKY.
ApplPBnto ft Co., No. AH Main at.
Aarirrann,i;ntracV Wright, 1 i t Main st.
' BURNING FLUID AND COAL OIL.
time. A. Junahnnna, corner Third and Mill sis.
CABINET MAKER'S HARDWARH.
MeAlpIn, Ilininun oV Vo., 10.J Walnut st.
J. Ij. Wnyan Jk Hon, I '2 1 Main stM . .''
CIGARS AND TOBACCO. ' 1 '
Kennet, Dndlcy V Co., 14 Maiu st.
FANCY GOODS AND JEWELRi
OardlneraAnctlonIIonar, 134 Main
FLUID INK MANUFACTURER. "
J. t Ilntlcr, 39 Vino at.
FOREIGN A DOMESTIC FRUITS.
Joan Hltchrll, 6 College Building, Walnut st
Win. VIircll,Jr ro West Fourth st.
nr' Jlohaeh'a Scandinavian Illrtnd rills
and niood Pnrifter, No. Kast Fonrth street, sec
ond building from Main.
Hnchrlor, DoCnmp Co., fil Walnut st
l'ollork c IMrt nll, U:fl Wnlnutst.
Nixon oV Cliiadrld, 97 and 7ft Walnut st.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Dr. W. II. Htrnndrr, l7 Longworth t.
Dr. W. II. nock, S7 nrondway. , '
Or. J. C. Beck, H7 Broadway. ' '
SADDLERY A CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS.
Ilnntrr, Kdmanon clc Co IffS Main s." , " ,
SCALES, BEAMS AND TRUCKS.
T. W. Wrlaht ot Co., No. 10 West Second St. !
Geo. II. Slont cV Co.f 54 Wast Fyurlh street.
StIGAR-CANE AND GRAIN MILLS. '
Iledeo, Free cV Cow, tt Main st,
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Iteaas A; Hinlth, II West Fourth st.
Onkamp it Ilro., 10S Main M.
WINDOW SHADES AND OIL CLOTHS.
Knowdcn A Ottc, 41 West Fourth at.
Sawyer Kirk, 8 Collego Hall, Walnut st.
WIRE CLOTH AND PRODUCTS.
f. CJ. Bnrnrtt & Co., 47 Walnntst.
FOR NASHVILLE. ,
f - 'II The fine pasfienger steamer LTOI1T
l .Ty !' aaCF'-r r A. Fr.17.ler. Mastor, will leave
THIb UAi,i 4 P, M. For freight or passagoapplv
on board. myla
PL VI Ml Ir.TWEE
Cincinnati, New Bicliiuoud, Ripley and
IiANCASTEH, No. 3, Cant. rlTITjs
J. Conner, L. II. Monnia, Clerk, 1 ..TiaTl-
from footof Walnut slreot, TU ESOAY.TUTj KsJJA k
and SATUllOAF, at L! o'clock, M. The Lancaster
hoaentviod permaueutiy iu the trade. For Freight
or Passage apply oil board.
IiANCASTEH, No. 3,Cpt,
R. S. NEWTON. W. D.,
Office, 90 West Seventh Street,
I BKTirfKN TINS AND RACK.
O. E. NEWTON, M..D.
Offic No. 90 West Sevouth street, between Viuo
aud itare. KcsiprNcr. No. 03 Seventh street, be
tween Walnut and Vine. Orrtrr Hon as 7i to Nk
A. U. 1H to 2!4 P. M.i 7 to 8 P. M. 231
I. L. HAMLIN. H. B. SMITH,
Prs. HAMLEN & SMITH, -DENTISTS;
No. 3 West l-'ourtlt St.,; it
I DR. S. WARDLE,; , ;
33 33 INT. T i ' s V ,
Office So. 138 West Fourth itroat, '
j OINCINNall OHIO I
I THE PLACE,
Noj. 107 JIAIN STltlCET, (
PISK & EDO-Alt,
ut t i CINCINNATI. . 'niyl'J
INDIAN (IUEEN COFfEE M.tLOON
; No. 59 East Pearl,',"'
Keep eonstantlf on hand, Hot Coffee, Tea, Chocolate,
Beef Steak, Bam and JCgga, Ac, Ac, Ac, ..
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G. W. TAG ART & CO.,
I -kto. id-
West Fourth Street,
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iptt-bw l"t : t t "
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' J (SUCOMSOB TO rKTKa SMITH,)
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Ha reaatnntly oa haaal a Large Variety ol
' ta s vriir nAnci' mmro ,
lAHUI UUUIIO, 1UIB, tlllDIA,
plA I FANCY BA&KET9, 1 '
Fishing: Tackle, Military Goods, etc,,
WH0LE8ALB AND AKTATL,
AT VERY 1AW PBH ES,
B. I. rULUM. OlO.BsfriELD. T.I. BBOWtl, B. BKIMNCB
, PyLLAN, HATFIELD 4 BIIOWN, .
, . AMD aoentb roa .
CINCINNATI STEAIU Hl'ClAU II E FIN Ell 'j
Ne. 65 Columbia (or eroud) ttrcet.
V Itsflned Sugars and Sirups always on baud.
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ouhuaotubirs or. ... A
Wood-Working , Machinery ,'
. AND CIRCULAR. SAW MILLS, . .,( ,
Cwraer J aan and Water alt,, tlnclnnatL Q.
-'pji't-. ., , ,,,
i KlTCnZLL & RAMMEL8BERG, ;
" , I WHOlBSALH AND KKTA1I. '"i"
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i -'itNeJ (tfcWtWn rtlUUTU M'HKF-T, ' 1 '
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WFactgry c"nr John and Second its. apia-cm'
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Departures of Trains.
ImHNroi.n m i) Cincinnati .'r:.VI a. .: 12:00 M.i
MO P. N.
riwitiJUTi. IfAMit.Tna" axi PwTOK-Indlanspiilis
and I'letebiiid, liMSl A. M.J Sandusky Mail, hMl a. u.l
Kandimky, ;.T0 r. H.; Accommodation, A:INI u.
LiTTt.r MiAMt-Clavnlanil ami Pltlshitij, :0n a,' m.
Cleveland, Pittsburg and llellnlr,:OA. M.; Colnin
lom Accominodatirih, 4:10 r. a.; Cleveland, l'Uts
burgand Deliatr, ll;3(ir. M,' t ...
OHtn 'AXri MiMimtppt-Kt. Louis, fc.H) A. M.I Lools
Tille, !I:IK) p. m.; Ht. Louis, M:oo r. m.
PlTTRntlRO, 'OM'MBt' ANU ClKclNtCATI (SteillienTlllo
MiiH t Line) Kast Frunt-strret Hepot 6:U0 a. m.:
8;ia. M.i 11:30 r. M. '
Ci.r.TKi.An, Comimbi s Ann CtnnatATi Kast Front
street :lio A. M.;t),O0A. M.i ll:ir. ., ., ,-,
Cincinnati and Mabiktta--k:1o a. m.; 3:30 p. . , .
Central Ohio From Kast Front-street Dopot-8:l
A. M.i 11:30 p. H.
Arrivals of Trains.
iNDIAVATOUg A ClNOINHATI 9:40 A. M.I 3:30 P. M.i
OlNCINNATI, IlAMll.TON AND DAYTON 7:t6 A. M.i 10:17
A. M.; MOr. M.i 10:1(1 r. m.
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MAnirrrrA and Cini'innati in:2n a. m.; (i;14 p. u.
Ohio anp J!iMtssirrt-7:iin a. m.j 1:30 p. m.; 10:10 p. m
See "Local News" on Third Page.
TlIK MOVKTMM.. i M J Allows MASRACni A
Talk or ItoiiHon. One of tbo tlrcnd tnysterio
of Mormontlom which tho t'nitcd Slates Judges
Id'Utah aro endenrorinrto unmrol. sreatlv it.
tho conrtornnlion,, of tho "Saints," ig. th0
norrioio massacre, at Mountain Meadows, of
one aiinuica emigmnu, on their way from
Arkansas to Cnlif jrnia. i At the time, we are
tnlil, Hint tho unfortitDnte victims foil under tho
weapons of tho Cnno.-h bund of 1'nravant In
dians; bat various subsequent developments
have established tho conviction that these were
inorely tools in. tho bunds of the Mormons
tlioinsoivett. An ovo-nitnessof the transaction
has been found nt Idst, nnd wc hnvo roeuived,
from ou oDioiitl source nt Suit Lake, a statement
of his Bcoount of, tho afliiir. - He inya the luas
snero wns designed nnd enrried into execution
for raoro pnrposes of plunder, to got possession
of tho thirty wagons nnd seven or eight hun
dred hcud of cattle belonging to tho emigrants.
It will bo remembered that our Salt Lak
correspondent, lant stimmor, presented somo
evideuce sustaining this view bat still tho
subject was left partially in doubt. Now, the
whole fearful truth stands revealed, presenting
one of the most shocking case3 of cruelty ana
crime that has" "ever ' stained the records of a
oirilixcd community.. The witnoss esyg:-
While I was 'residing nt Cedar City, I was
called npon by Messrs. ,saao .Uight,.Joba D.
Lee, nnd John .Higbeeall three Mormon
military officers to go a few miles out South
of tho city, which I did. t 'Ihero I found thirty
or forty othors, selected from different settlements.-
We -were addressed ! by , the. above
officers who told ns that tboy had sent Canosh,
tho Paravnnt Chief, with his warriors, to de
stroy the Arkansas company, nnd that if ho
hud not done it vre must: and that if any of uj
r. fusod, or betrayed them to the Americans,
they ..-would tako good care of him hereafter.
Here we were all ordered on the quick march
to tho Mountain. Meadows, whore we found
tho emigrants, with Ibeir wngous formed into
two ciroles, with (heir tiuiiliea in their midst,
trying to defend themtelves against the mer
ciless and blood-thirsty svu203. who lav around
in ambush, killing tUoui an opportunity pre.'
i llight and Lee formed their men into two
oompanies, and made procipitat)t rush at the
poor defiinseless victims. The uion inside of
the circles ro.e up,, but instantly fell dead or
mortally, wounded, , under . the fire of tUv
wretoheB who so cruelly sought thoir livos.
Nothing1 remained to bo done, exocpt to kill
the frightened females and their innocent
children cliinpod in their arms. Others oluug
wilh desperation to their bleeding, dying hus
bands, pleading in vnin for ineroy at thn hands
of tho 'Christians' who controlled the no more
savage Ipdiau ossailauts. , i
"John I. Lee now rent to the Indian Chief
nnd his men in ambush Iu oomo out and fin
Hi the survivors, directing him to spare only
the litllu ohilcren, who could not talk. ' The
savages camo instantly, with knivoi drawn,
and speedily finished tbo bloody work." Tho
soe.no beggars description. . Tho demonlae
yells of thn savngo monsters, misglod with tbo
shrieks nnd prayers of helpless mothers and
daughters, while Ihe death-blows wore dealing
with uuflinobiug hands, and scalps were torn
from heads which bloomed wilh boautv aud in-
nocense but a fow hoars before. 1 Now the Work J
ol butohortng endod. The murderers throw the
doad into two heaps, oovored thorn slightly with
earth, nnd loft them. 'to feed the wolves anil
birds or prey,' and returned homo with their
booty of oattle, and wagons, and a great quan
tity of goods, ofc," . ;
The narrator of the above faota also furnishes
tho following statoment of crlmos within his
knowledge. lie says:
(. D( Totter, William Pnrrish, and Beetson
Parrioh, wero all murdorod on the road to
SpringYillo, in the month nf March, 1857. All
that is requisite to bring the niurdorors to jus
tice, is a thorough investigation by the United
Stales Court; ' ( ) V , '
: "Honry Forbes camo into Springvillo ln.t
winter, from California, and put up with J.
Terry, one of our bishop's policemen. A short
timo after he was missing, and has never re
turned. His horse, tsaihllj and rovolvor wero
sold by Torry, dud put to his own uso."
This case ws mentioned by our Salt Lake
cnrrespoiuloht last iiimmer, but nt that time
tho namo of tho missing mau could not bo as
certained. Ed. Uui.lkti.n.
Some eight or ton wintors since, eg-Oorcrnor
Everett, of Massachusetts, with tho late Auios
Lawrence, wag iu a sloigh, riding into Boton.
As they approached a school-houso a score of
young boys rushed into tbo street to enjoy their
afternoon recess.'- Said tho Governor t6 his
friend, Lot us obsorvo whether those boys
make obedience to ns, as we were taught fifty
years ago,',' At the same time he expressed tho
fear that habits of civility wore less praotioed
Ih.'Ui , formorly., As thoy passed the. school -huu.o
all question and doubt upon tha subject
received aspeedy if not satisfactory settlement,
for each one of twenty-juvenile New .England
erg did his bosl at snow-bulling the wayfaring
' 'A little giri about ten yenrg of age, daughter
of J'aul Doran, switch-tendor t the depot of
tho Sandusky, Dnylon and Cincinnati ltoad,
wag run over by a freight car, Tuesday even
ing, and it is supposed fatally Injured. Both
arms were, cut oil, one near tho shoulder and
Ihe othor just above the wrist . tihe was play
ing on a side track ko which the car was
witched, and was not discovered by the (rain
)nen until too lute to avoid the oatastrophe.
It in scarcely possible for the child to survive.
Smidiukp JttyUttr. M ,,.,
;,,,,-,: . .
' " Mlsi , Wa and Professor Wiisori left New
Orleans, the 3d Inst., in a balloon, eaina dowa
too low, the anchor otinght la a tree, and tbey
bad tof remain all night, suspended at some
forty feet above tha earth; And not able to di
gcend'on' account of the ; darkness. Finally,
whop, day game,, M Is Way: let, borielf.down,
with Iho aid of a rope, and wont in search of
holp. The balloon was got down safely.
HAMILTON COUNTY DISTRICT COURT.
t'lusi.rs Cook anp Wm. Ckitkb Cnow t'oxyiNm
IN Till: I'SNITKNTIAIIVl, flatNTKn Nkw Thiai.s.
n'm.Heilervs tbo State el ' Ohio Chat lea Cook vs.
the name, .luilcu lliinkorlion delivered Ihe opinion
of Ibo (,'ourt. The cnHcn were before (lie Court on
w ri in of error, allowed by the Hiiprem" Court and
niailn returnable liere. The object being lo reverre
the .iudgmiuit upon tbe Coinmoli I'lens, ainl (he een
tencc of liiiprisnnmeiit lor life p;mscd on tbee
petitioner, nn their Indng fonnd milllrof murder in
the second degree. The indictment was for murder
in tbe first degree, nnd it churned tbe bonilchlc a.
the joint act of Heller nnd Ci.ok. The rases were
nn-pssarlly snnHiwhat l.leotted i nod although thn
trials below were separate, the finding separate, mid
the w rits of error separately prosecuted, the Court,
sofnra.lt was ennveuieiit, thn cases would boron
The duty of reviewing ptoccedlms of this rliarnc.
ter was not a pleasant one. Where crime nf some de
gree of enormity was roinmitted, it was always a
matter of regret that error should fntorvsnn to re
lease partiee from punishment or tonS-biy It; and ho
(.lodge M i felt liimwlf compelled to ssv, ftr tho
beneut of any young men who mieht be prrseut, thn
Court felt so special sinpalby for those pe
titloiiers, and the evidence of their character and
conduct, as embodied In the bill of exceptions their
luildts of idleness, of drinking, nnd, abovn nil, their
evident familiarity with llio den of the slnuige
woman whoso house, as It wns wlselr said, wns Ihe
way In hell, leading down to the chinulare of death;
all rendorod It very apparent that if It should hap
pen these young men should bo restored to their
liberty, neither they nor society would lie any special
gainers by tbe restoration, unless they materially al
tered thoir courseof life. Notwithstanding the rules
id criminal procedure, established as tbev lind been
by tbo w isdom of ages for tho protection of Inno
cence, must, be maintained in their Integrity; and
without retereiice to tbecircuiiistaucesor i lie particu
lar cnre Is foretliem they should look to theiiuestiona
of law involved, without bins or favor. Iu Unit
spirit they bnd eudenvored to cutcrnpnn (tie consid
eration of the questions which this record presents.
A number of oncstion iHen rntsed nnd discussed
by counsels which Ihe Court did not deem it necessary
to- notice. They should notice such ouly as tboy
deenuid to be of a serious character.
First, ns to tho rate of Welter, it was alleged the
Court erred Iu Us charge to the jury,' or rather In Us
reTusal lo charge na requested on a particular point
by counsel for plnlnlilT Iu error. The Onrt hero
rehearsed, iu n brief manner, tho history ol the rase,
remarking that in order lo a proper understanding
of iho questions, It might ho necessary lo make a
succinct statement of the facte na (her transpired
lacrording to the testimony; on tho evening when
the homicide occurred.
It would ha seen from this statement of facts,
which was but geovral, and by no means intended to
give the details, that thn testimony by which tbe
tacts worn to be developed depended of necessity on
thn statement of the Inmates of this house, nnd ot
Swift, who accompanied tlio parlies that wore In
volve! iu the transaction. The degree of credit,
therefore, w hich was to he attached to thn testimony
id Hwlft, was a matter of vital Importance to tho du
It Is aliened for error that tho Court charged tho
jury thus: "It is contend, -il bv counsel for the Hlato
that the position of one of the witnesses, tlwilt, Is
tlial ol'an accomplice iu this crime. It is for you to
sii-, gentlemen f the iury, looking nt nil the clr
cuinslatices, whether this is so or not." Thn prin
ciple of 'aw is that Ihu testimony ol an accomplice
in crime must he, corroborated to make it ontiruly
worthy of belief. It certainly would not do to con
vict on the testimony ot an accoinpllcelinless cor
roborated. Tho principle us well uuplles to the de
nse, aiio mines:) is neiore yon, nun tits testimony.
It Is for von to Jlldtnof Ills Credibility.. Iu reference
to accomplices our Supreme Court uses tho following
lungiingc: 'The evideuce of accomplices in crime
should bo rauiinuslv received, and in all cases sus
piciously scrutinized by a iury.' "
In this part of the charge it is alleged the Coutt
lelowerrod; and tlrlsVnirt Is unanimously of opin
ion it did err. It is frequently remarked, and, per
haps, It may be called a rule of evidence, that a con
viction ought not to bo on the unsupported testimony
of an accomplice. Nevertheless, It would uot be
error if the jury, tluded all tho circumstances, should
take It on themselves to convict on the testimony of
oil accomplice alone, lint be this as it may, the
COurt aid not believe the rule applies in the caseot u
defendant. It, is a rule fur t he protection ot parties
in cuscd ot ciiiue; but. it wns n new principle lo thu
Court, and they diil not think it a correct one, that
thn fact ot complicity in a crime on the part ot u
witness, was to be determined bv a Jury, when tho
rarfy was uot on trial for niivsuch crime; nnd then,
ii this collateral way, If the jury ahull Ileal Hud him
to bo uu a' complice, they shull disregard his testi
mony, unless it is corroborated. We tliilili, tUuie
fortiu this charge the Court below erred.
Agkin, in the casn of Suiter, the Court was request
ed by defendant's Ouitnac.1 to chartfo the Inr) in those
words: "tin less yon are satlsded from th" evidence
that the defendant, Cook, Inflicted the stab of which
Kale Unreal! uied, tieitor, iu pursuance of uu agree
ment with Cook, was either actually prctienf, or near
enough; to render aid and assistance, ami w ith the
intent to ii nder such aid in tho act of homicide, you
cannot iu the praseut issue rouvicl liiui ot nuy grade
of honiiuldu;" all of which lush -union the Judge n -msed
to give. It w ill be seen tiom the statement ol
tucts that this blow from the knife Irom which death
ensued, was iullicted alter bciti-rimd Swift bad passed
ont-of the gates, which were locked after them; aud
the Instruction here requested by the Oouiisol, and
reliisod bv tho Court, mines Ui question, whether
under our Statute u p.-n ly cau b-- couvk-b'd as a pi in
ripnl in u homicide, or other criminal net, w hen lie
Is neither actually nor constructively- present, parti
cipating iu that uct. , Xhoiiuh a pai ty dons not ac
tually eugnsn in tho ci'I'iilii.'il act, If he Is present
aiding or ulmtllng; or so near lo thn scene of the
crime as to la) sl'lo lo render assistance, and with the
vie and Intent to remter such assistance should it
Ih.ioiiio necessary: or where he is on the watch to
eirenlarm inuisvs of impending interruption of I lie
criminal act, iu all such case a party may l con
victed under our statute ns a principal In the crime.
Hut whole neither of these slates of facia exist, al
though ho may have procured the act to be done, he
cannot bv indicted as a principal, but should be in
dicted under Ihe Mih section of the ( 'rime's Act, tor
pencilling the act to be done, that Woing a substan
tive n ml distinct micuce from the net iisell.
tt is teslided by someol' the v, ilncsces ill this case
that Seiter said to Cook "kill her Chnrlev," ne.
rompaiilug the instruction wilh uu nuprobriou
epithet, if t be-taken lor granted that he used
these words, and, In pursuance of that direction and
on account of it, Cook did kill her, Keiter could not
be ronvicted under I lie issue made up under this in
dictment, lot should bo indicted and tried for pro
curing the murder to lie done.
For theao reason the judgment and sentence of
the Court ot Common Pleas iu the caso of Seller
must be reversed, the judgment set aside, und a new
In Cook's ease, tho charge nf the Court In respect
totbe credibility ol' a, -.con pliers, and leaving tho
question ol fact as to whether Swift .was or not an
accomplice the jury, wni the same as In tho case of
tsciler, nnd the eutuo error tntervones. iltit there
was an additional assignment of error in close con
nection with this point In Cook's case.
When Swift was on the stand the qncstlon was put
to him by Couucil for the defendant n bother t lion
was any previous understanding or concert between
himself and Scltor and Cook, as to going to tho house
of airs. Oavlsforthe purponoof having a dilliculty,
to which the Prosecuting Attorney objected aud the
Court sustained the objection.
Now take this In connection with the charge of tho
Court in ndereucu lo I lie sllhject of accomplices, it
will lie scon that tho testimony of Swiff (who was u
competent witness) as to whether he was an accom
plice or not, or whether there was any agreement be
tween hiia and his associates, was rejected and ruled
on!.-. Ho was not permitted to testily on Unit point,
and yet in thurharuo of the Court tho jury are lolii
that if Swilt was uu accomplice they could not rely
on his tiueormhnrntrd and unsupported testimony.
Ii seems to this Court that this coiiibiual ion of tacts
was clearly error, aud must have nia-rated greatly to
the prejudice of defendant; because, by this charge
ol the Court, suspicion, and even worsn than suspi
cion, was On-own on the credibility uf Swift, and
yet when ou the stand he was nut permitted totestity
as to the fact ou which his want uf credibility was to
Tlie remaining allegations of error In Cook's' case
re based on the charge ol tbo Court, on Ills subject
of sell-defense, L'l'ho words of thu charge were hero
quoted. I ,
It is claimed by counsel for plaintilf In error that
by the proper ronstiuctioii of this portion of tho
charge, thednotrlne is hud down that In uo case ran
the just ideation or excuse ol seil'-ilelensu, be uutdu
available in a nose of homicide, unless actual neces
sity for taking life exists, and that In nil cases the
jury shall lie the sole iudgna or the actual necestliy.
I his Court was not quilu certain that this was a fair
construction of Ihe chaise, it was susceptible of
such construction, yet perhaps, It wns not a neces
sary una, nu I uu full rslltwllon, he (JudguB. ) was
not disposed, on It was not luwsKary, to predicate,
error upon It.' Tho entire Court, however, was of
opinion that a somewhat modiliud statement of the
law on that point would be necessary to Us full aud
correct understanding; and that the excuse ofjnsti
that Ion ol self-delenso In casus nf homicide aiiirht bo
niaile available in some iuatancos wheru thvrv was uo
arlual necessity for lusili'! life, provided, tbo parly
who resorts to It actually nnd honestly believes that
bu is in danger ol his life, or of great uodilv harm,
and tile jury lind that the circumstances of tho case
were such as to justify and render rational such a
belief, although no actual danger existed. Again, it
was assigned tor error thai the Court, on the subject
ol sell-defense, that a party claiming the benefit ul
that right, must uot bring on the attack, but must
biiiiseil lie in the right, eto. If the balance or tho
charge, there did aot appear any modification of the
charge thus brondly stated, nnd by this statement the
Court thought the jury wore liable to be misled, left
as it was, without au exception; because, if a party
IwIimj in the wrong In Ihu commencement ol a fight,
afterwards endeavors, honestly and vigorously, to
Eel out of the combat. And retreats to tho wall, while
i adversary, I bun pursues him with deadly Intent.
",.'!'" deadly weapous, lie may iu that case, make
available to himself the right or self-defense, even
ttiouah he wereuriainallv in ihM wr..0 . ..
For these reasons the judgment would be reversed,
and the verdict setoside. -
Judge Carter, in a few remarks, expressed (its dis.
scut ou tke subject ol sell defense, lie thought acon-
t trained and restricted meaning was put on the
inguage of the charge, liis object was to convoy to
the jury that au individual who claimed the right ol
sell-defense must be himself In the right. He did not
go into particular Instances, as he dirmed them in
applicable. As lo the exclusion of the testimony of
W will on Ihe subject of any agreement belaeeu the
naj iles before they went to tho house, it was excluded
On the general principle that tho defendant has no
right to make tcailmooy fop bimsfli on, hi own
In reference to the subject of accomplices, the
Court did nut us the term In its technical suuse lu
the first Instance, and llier left the credibility at
Inst l ihe jury, but made a smigestiuii that w hero a
pnrly wsb complicated In the rime, li's testimony
cither I. -ror against the prisoner, wns to I viewed
with earn, and ought to be rorrhorstcit; ami they did
not ssv that the testimony ir Swift, or ol Seller
should bn absolutely corroborated to render tt wor
thy nf belief, lie had seriously considered ther.harae,
and sincerely believed every patllcleof It fo be the
aw. It struck Ihe mind of flivjmk ou the trial,
and he believed the minds of the jury, that tbe knife
Ine I liern In the bands of Si-iter holme It was used by
Cook, and that It was prepared bv Mm, anil If so, he
was a principal, and not au aider an I aledter.
Judge .lohuston here rose, and protested against
any remarks being mnda in the presence or so larce
an audienc e that Seit,.r find ativlhine to do wilh this
knife, when Ihern was not the smallest evidence ol
iinytbingnr the kind. It was sheer Imagination.
oiinsid for plaintilTs In error-Judge Matthews,
Judgn Johnstnn, nnd T. A. Loiran.
For the Statn-T. (isln.-s nnd Win. II. Kerr. , ' I
Threa nrt.nners hmk. rYom it. 7..-..:ii
,1 ....... iii'iu ,u cjmivnv IHU
jail on the evening of Ihe 18th.
The Porrysburg Journal says that more corn
will bo planted in Wood County this season
than ever bcfoio. .
Philosophy easily triumphs ovor the misfor
tunes of the past and future ; but misfortunos
of tbo present it triumphant over hor.
Forty-two boys, their nges ranging from six
to ton years, woro admitted as pupils into Oi
rard Collego, Philadelphia, ou Monday.
0. II. P. Brown having been suggested by
the Cleveland Leader as a Republican candi
date for Lieut. Governor, declines a nomina
tion. W. B. Rudd, of Sullivan Township, Ash
land Co. has lost several fino Durham cattle by
tboir eating hay affected with tbe ergot or
blunted rye. ,, ,' ,
The Fremont Democrat of yesterday says,
Wo understand that a Lodgo 'of Iho Sons of
Malta is to be instituted in this place next
week. . ' . .
Hon. It. J. Dawson, of Fort Wayno, Indiann,
the Domocratio candidate for Cougress from
bis district, at the last eleotion, died on tbe
Hon. Joint J. Crittenden and lady, were in
Vineennes on Friday. Mr. C. had not visited
Iho old "post" boforoHinoe 1812, wben he was
there several weeks on tha sick listns a soldier.
How long did Adam remain in Pnradise until
ho sinned? said an amiable spouse to her hus
band. Till ha got a wife, wns the calm
Tho Ohio Stale Journal Snyg that Bev. Mr.
Norton, pastor of Trinity Church, will resign
his charge of the parish, on nccount cf ill
houllh. Tbe congregation will lose a most de
voted, ablo and efficient minister. .
Enter Bridget, with Ihe iniftress' favorite
poodle wringing wot. "How is this, Bridget?
How came Fido so very wet?" "An' faith,
mam, an' it was little-Tommy that had the
little baste lushed to the end of a powl, and
was washing the window with him.'1
"Picking," ito. The Washington corres
pondent of the Press says that the office of
Superintendent of Public Printing is worth
twonty-nve thousand dollars a- year. The
sntViry ii) only three thousand the remainder,
no suppose, is made op of "pickings and steal
The boy upon foot ean not bear to see tbe
boy who is riding. And so it is with envy of
a largor growth. We are always crying ont
"cut behind," in hopes of reoing some bangor
on, more fortunate llian ourselves, knocked oil
Charles Llndeey was drowned in the Pad
dusky river, noar Fremont, on . Wednesday,
wbilo trying to save Rome spiles belonging to
tbe Fremont and Indiana Railroad Company'
which had drifted dowa by the latfl freshet. !
The Shelby Ky.) News sUtos that the wheat
crop in that county, is as promising as was
ever known. The farmers are generally tiacfc
wnrd in planting corn, but with favorable :
weather, all will bo right. , . 1 ,
Charles lingers, conduelor. on tho Memphis,
and Charleston Knilrnnd, was killed on the
Kilo, at Brny Station, by the car being thrown
Irom tho track by cnltlo. Several passongers
wore soverely wounded. ,
The Columbia Hotel, at Bristol, Va., was
burnt on Wednesday night, together with
nearly all its contents. The proprietor, Col. J.
0. tirunt, nnd his Wife, barely csosped with
Ibeir lives. . r
A man should advertise because it pays; be
temperate bcoauso it conduces to health; dis
card the use of tobacco because it is indecent;
marry bocniuo it makes him happier, and pay
the printer bccauo it is his duty. So says "n
sensible wag at our elbow.
Ouo aftoruoon last weok four boys, who wore
bathing in 'lie Dolawnre, off the end of ltectl
strcot whnrf, Philadelphia, raked up from the
bottom an old canvas bag containing about
$10(1 In doubloons. , Tho coins goncrally bore
A fire broke ' ont lit Wllliamsport, ; Pa.',! n't
half-past ulna o'olock on the night nf tho Ifltb,
by which live dwellings and two Presbyteriuu
oburches hnvo been destroyed. Tho fire was
raging at elevon o'clock, and further destruc
tion, of property wag foarod, ',
Tbe hoaviest reward ever offered for the de
tection of crime in this country is that an
nounced by tho insurance companies of Boston,'
for the arrest and conviction of the inoendiary
who sot fire to the mechanical bnkory in that
oily soino timo since. Thoy have offered
$10,000 for detecting the misoreants.
' Thirty emancipated slaves from Western
Virginia, rn route for Liberia, under the con
trol nf tbo agent of Iho Colonisation Society,
started for Norfolk by way of Petersburg.
Only twelve arrived, tho others escaped, pre
ferring slavery to freedom. , ,
Tho Louisville Democrat says, Dr. Fowlkcs,
President of the Southern Pacifio Hallrond,
has got tbe work out of dilliculty by bis in
domitable perseverance. It will take much
less now to go On with ' it. ' Success to his ef
forts. . .-u ! :i:'c.r
Tha Flomingsburg (Ky.) Legion hag It from
good authority that many people in the moun
tain counties of the State, o aoeoant of the
shortness of their crops last season, are now
seriously suffering for want of tha necessaries
uf life, nnd calls upon all who have It to spare
10 contribute to theig relief. ' , - '-' .-
A bright and beautiful bird Is hope) it will
como to us amid tbo darkness and sings tbe
wcelest song when our spirits are saddest
and when tha Inna soul is weary, and longs to
pass away, it warblos ils sunniest notes, and
lightens again the slender fibers of our heart
that grief has boon tearing away. 1 . :
The St. Louis Democrat says:" "The Han
nibal and St. Joseph Bailroad is now carrying
iiassengors from bU Lout to St. Joseph for
17 00, and second class far $3 90. Tbe ou ra
ps ny have established a line of boats to Omaha;
and tho Platte Valley now runs daily between
Su Joseph and Leavenworth, touching at in
terinediate points, and oonneoting with . the
morning train from SU Jo." , . , -ii.i..i;ii (
' Most truly did Theodore Sedgewiok lay that
is the man of robust and enduring constitu
tion, of elaatio nerve, of comprehensive deoi- .
slonywho does the work of life., It is Soott,
with his manly tornn. i It' ia Brougham with
his super human powcraef physical endurance..
11 la Franklin at the age ef eataping oat
on hit way to arouse theCaaadaa, as our hard
iest boys now of SO new camp eat on the Ad
iroondook or on tha Miraiuachi.i It ia Napes.
Icon, sleeping four hour and on horaebaok
twenty. It it Washington with hit splendid
frame and physical strength.
RATES OF ADVEK
( , iii il so- , I HH'fOtff, wsd 1
tne week, .?.."....r v..... :rvz!.?svzL a m
Two . ...l.l...., I Ml I ln
io nioatli e--r- .-,M-,)nv,M, fi"
larger advert Isemsiits ins. fe, at jUii foHowlttg 1 1
iea, lor square of tea llisss or W: T f f j .1
:..........:........ ....r..........Tif .4
F.nch additional insertion
fine week mhmimJhwm,
Twn . " '
4 on ' !.!
, , , New Wholesale 7 JA V WIM
WATCH & JEWELRY II011SC .,.
18 West YoxirtlTBtreet.
-' ', i ' m FsP
Where ran he had every aitlrla appertaining (o Ihei 3 Jg
rluslnesg -at a mark lews pr1re, for CASH, than
baa ever before bee offered LntfcUsaerkft., v fyf
GIVE USA CALL,
And see for yourselves, 1 -( rf ' I S'i('
BEGCM tt SMITH.' No. 6 Weat f til HU,,; ,
ABE NOW RF.CKIVINO ADDITIONS H ,.-, '1
their large assortment of U'atchee, Jewelrr.
Silverware and IMamoads. . - - , , I - - I jil'
-. , -Alto-' ,..,.',. t I ..v,,, ,,,
' A Una assortment of r la ted Tea Belt end Oallerr
and Opera (1 lassos. .:' 1 ..v ..-,;( IN. 1 ' tiinit
WILIsIAM OWEN, ,
., Manufacturer of J.; ,,..'(
SILVER WARE AND JEWELRY,
WhoUtale aad Retail Dealer la ; , -1
Watches, Cutlery & Fancy Good, 1
.- : t , , ' i it " -t , '' - - : - , . Ft -. 1 , r , .
M. W. WEKIB MAJH AMD F0UBTH 8TB KITS,
, i ...
theoulr tmss known by which Hernia can hi". 1 I
treated on philosophical principles; also, Abdosilnal , ,
Bnpporteia.Khoiilder Rraces, huspensom, Klastleatirl ''i'..,
Lsced Stockings, c. l)rs. Daniels niske a specialilr .
of the treatment of all Physical Peformlt(ee, Cine- ' ' "I
Feet, Bow-Lews, Knock-Knees. Weak Anklee, Pa
ralyait In w hatever rart, Spinal Affections, and all
Nervous IMseases. - . ,
Office and Institute, Ko. S4 West Fonrtb trtiot, "'i-.i
Cincinnati. Ohio , , ,, , -, . , . . , . Ife
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- 18 Iheonly reliable remedy for rbd rapid and per. im
manent cure or Coughs, (Jolds. Infleenra, Ilroncblttt
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Important Testimony. .'I --: r n 1 :,:
From Ron. 3. W. Chapman, Judge of First Judicial ,
District, Indiana. i . -t
, ,.' (,, ' rasewsi i.u.,iKe,
Dr. Geo. W.fnittiMi, Ctnrlnnatl, Ohtsu HaTtdf f-
K.H iwvsral Miiall ttnllln. nr.vour "r.iuh Rrrnn n
fallible remedy in all sneh cases
In neneral uss.i conrldeatlv bolt
If this byrup were
"7 n ti
ut the colds, accompanied by coughs, that now torro!
-nmpnniea uv couans.inat now lorrai.
ntiU) In consumption, -wotua w ennonuiiiyarreetea,,i:i
In fact, 1 can see no necessity for any, wtioeanobia a
tnis rcmeav, being taut amictea. - , i:
Bespoctfully yours, . J. W. VtlAPHAK. ,
Head Thla, Also. 'i ',"
From Hon. B. ritorer. LL. D., Judge of the Superior
Court of CioclnnaU. , , , . . i v ...
OiwctHKATt, Deo. , lafsv
Dr. Q. W. jPHiIxiMs-Pear kUr: Your Oough. Mil. , ,
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d lunce. Alanv of mi : ,
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neifcbbora. who have felt the Rood ctfectaut this med
icine, assure meiuas tney regara ll viib
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'" 1 "- Sol Proprietor.' !''r
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Uons. i'ho Arnica, tinlbanllm, I'iteh, l'oor Man'a
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A Certain Cure Jor Klieumatism. and
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' ' -." :; I ' ' ' ' e it
Dealers in Tatont Mcdioines. rerfumerr, to., ,,
.. r. I-..-) i ' ' 'i.'f t: tt ,V
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?T"AII the popular Ttent Ili-dlcitifS constantly
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off ?;p I
Ofllcc ! of Cincinnati ' Equitable.
: INSURANCE CO.' ;;
AT the Annual Meeting of the members of J '
this Company, on the 2nd last., the following 1 '' - ( !
gentlemea were elected, directors IJi't Ol ensuing ,, , (J
, (i rutin Taylor, . j. , , iJnhn Whetstone, t, , ... ,
: U tt Knrfnr . '' 1 ' II M.tlselr. , V) ,!) 1.1 II.il ) I
Mack F.. Reeves,
D. K. t:sdvi
J. W. Cn Held,
. , josepu J ones,
H. M. Nmltll. r I :
John A. Simpsoa. .Vjiiim
-RltlFFIM TAVLOIl. President.
l"l,',-r Vllnl ''l-llll
.Mar.i'u n.. Miititi, wc y ana ireasurer.
l . i . a hus iins, a sain vant recreiarx--, uit -,
.,. JOfSKI'll JONES. Hurvevor.
' FistAaoc eMtimsaj.ua od llix i.li ,j.4i
Q-Taylor, , George Carlisle, M, Tt. Reeves. c (
, . , I COMMITTER 0lt ACCOTIgTS.' 1 '1 '
R.R. Springer, B.KaUock.i. Jno. A. Hlapson. i , .on
I I . i'i'. I . .COMMITTKI ON LCSSIS. ... ... I, . I ., 3
John Whetstone, Joseph Jones, ' Charles Andreas.
The Company hat beea In socoeseinl opvtloa for lfnitJOf
thirty-three years, and regularly increasing as lie -
mode of Insnraure le nadenrtoou: -Every Informal 10 JQ9IU
lion win be given by calling at theonW, No. ml,
North side of Third ttrnet, between "Waliiut ud 1''" flJ
Vine. (uiyU-lut; JUbb'l'H K. SMITH, ly'Vy ,
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