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The End Of The Cincinnati Mobs

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-Wclearn frora t lie correspondent of the Caica go JYttl'S, that nenr the close of' tbc late Gonvention in Cincinnati, an atlempt was inde lo pet up a mob, wliich most signally failed. - A u ritten notice had beon postod tip, crilling npon the meboerncy to assemble at the Tubneracle. The mob demonsta;ions wore cornmenerd vvhen Mr. Pierpoint rose lo s-neak. - TIn: (vvo ringleaders were promptly rasted by ofticers Bent tbere by t!ic Mayor, nnd taken io prison. The next duy (hoy vvere taken before the Mnyor and iiued $20 each, and co?ts. Ona of tbem paid on the spot; the Xher. a Kcniuckian, was ir.oneylees, and was senl to privón. Tiii?, thipku the editor of the J"civs, shows the "present gaje of mob law at Cincinnnli. " Evidonco that tha ogifutio;) 's dü'mg mote harm Ihan goed! - Ohio Jliacr'can. 05 II is soid that Jonathau Walker will soon return liome, the omoünt necessary to niy hit; fine havjug been lodpcd with a lioiise n New York. Sorne eix or eeven hundred lollars already sent vvere pocketed by Jiis avvyer. Cnpt. Walker was fiüi-d, impriáoned, putinthe pillory, nnd branded in the hand vitb the letters S. S. fSIave Stealer.) As Mr. Birney hat-justiy remarkod, ibe writing ipon that hand will bc likc the w ril ing on the vall to Belshozzar - it wül make the slareïolders to trembfe.


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