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expected to be finished by the next summer. It was nearly done in and about Cincinnati already. About three years before he was at Buffalo and Niagara Falls. Flour was from $1 to $1.60 a hundred. Corn meal from twelve cents to twenty-five cents a bushel. He wished to be remembered to Mr. Frothingham. In 1842 Joshua's children Elisha, Joshua and Francis were of Terrehaute, Ind.; George, of Manchester, Morgan Co., Ill.; Henry, of Spring Township, Crawford Co., Penn.; Eliza was wife of Peter King, of Martinsville, Morgan Co., Ind.; Hannah and Polly, unknown; Fanny, of Springfield. Ohio; William, of Cincinnati; Nelson, of Terrehaute, Ind.; Adeline and Amanda, of Cincinnati; Susanna, Prentice and Nancy had been dead for some years; and others believed to be dead. The brothers could not tell the precise number of their father's children at the date above given. (i) Jacob, a. of Ebenezer (1), living at Cambridge in 1842, was proprietor of the famous Fresh Pond Hotel, and father of
tolen ailment. Afterwards, going into the Dixie's Stand restaurant, on 14th, below the west corner of Main street, for refreshments, he encountered a man named Peter King, who had on his person one of the coats stolen by Brown and Hoppell. He seized King, who grew indignant and drew a pistol, but was nevertheless conducted to thKing, who grew indignant and drew a pistol, but was nevertheless conducted to the cage. On his way down he confessed that Brown and Hoppell had made him a present of the coat claimed by Scribner, King will be brought before the Mayor to-day. Hustings Court.--Judge Lyons's Court was engaged all of yesterday in trying John Hagan, for extorting $40 from James Evans, a person of mixed blood. John S. CaskieKing will be brought before the Mayor to-day. Hustings Court.--Judge Lyons's Court was engaged all of yesterday in trying John Hagan, for extorting $40 from James Evans, a person of mixed blood. John S. Caskie appeared for the defendant and L. Tazewell for the Commonwealth. An argument of three hours duration was made on the propriety of admitting the testimony of Evans, which was at last ruled in by the Judge, and went to the jury, who, after hearing further evidence, and arguments of counsel, acquitted the accused about seven o'cloc