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Cincinnati Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - April 1, 1840, Cincinnati, Ohio PRINTKI* ANI> I’LIiLISllKit 15V L. ’ II O M M K W 1 K I* A A*®. II .V.ii.-i Strert. t' :ii    brttrteyi Kit 15 V    i A I> C O .    > I'iiird and t'cnirth    St/i.    J •Tr- m m —k'-\ EDITED BV C< HA3I9IOND. TEKMS—Dnily Puper, Trl-AVeelcIy, WeeVly, .... KiKlit Dollars, . PIvr    ” .Two    ” \ VOU'ME XIII.CINCINNATI, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, ISIO. NUMBER b942. 1/ ADvj:ik.Tisi:ví; in daíli í-aí*i-:ivS OF CINCINVAl Í ■Oiv; V .•■ :r- . (If: j .j,.;, “    f •• i(    1.    It    li iD :r U'..». 1 i(ij* nii'n, <¡•11 l l;lr--r.l III. - to T5 R. roUL’.SOtlicf tiul Rp.iiOpiice, so'jih si'Je of Si.xih si r'"-l. -I 0 I TS YV LSI of .Md.iu. c li    49-ly r.j I Oi.- - I'!-. J    f    i    1    th<'    o-i    iu-    T'f    IT-    rii'ill. •• i-il -    ..    ..    .    -    - 5 ■€ 7 ID mi -fvi. I. ■ ’Di-.i- On*»pi"inri‘ é íii.'iths, ri'Or-'vntilf» «t ‘ lÜ 4 ’ W I . * '    • : i »    1 ■ i» II • I. II 1«S ■ «W ‘    •    -    -    I cit;    D    I. ¡..'li'ir <i!' i!i'ii ni >'i'i, *iil Ilf .    iiiiiiioit! iKiLil    < .i( •    .1    nil, .¿111 (i.iyiii- ¡II I \ !■ li-it (nr ii.    i-    ir.hiijly ADVÍEií'I l.'.iN<¡ l.N WKLKl.V    PAl’hUS. _J    .    t    ( 0:i" P , .¡n'j I i.iM 111 III. i »-ui'h < iijiiiii. Ilf 1 (ID ;51 <_ <i H    I    <> ?l K.Itt 11.\ A TS i A> r ^ \ I-k- VO 1C.iimiiipsi.iii :iml 1 I É'.' '.r.liiij ,\i-    ;i.„',    N.i 1> i’.i>.lr,i_ strf.l N.wOii' .i^    _____ *':< iC’ lii|_ N. W .' ril.JMA I.    f'- <'• SACKIin. \ vv riiaM.K^ A 4 <»., C fi -T M I s s I tj A A/ K Ji t: It ( v v’ .sr, So" thice it cartel' ('a i.'.l and \\nl/i'it st.i , PI. 1-2 I H U    Ol.M    lNNATI • liOKKltT i VNDltKWS, PltOTn\<.'id \SU ' OMMIS'H' Mt:H''II \ XT, tVti 14 "J' Í    *'    ■    Kow MAIi.VtlD A. IliiOTII . <'Diiiini-ipiiiii iiin! 1-ui vuinluf -'1 iiAiils, .N .5-'. N \\    1.‘    V- 1 N- N7U |l J KllHOil.VH IlUTfjilll, < ioimnis.'.iiiii .in! Fur .1 .nl-M.: Xf ivliAiii, VWiU rureci, I'lii-'iiur.-ii, I’.i. ■    Xly ii. II. II XltTVV'ICI.l.. ^ 10.\ ri.NL l.S Ihe Ijf.ii I ry and Coniinisiiion blisiiie^P, \ / No 'i?, Syc.iiü irf siri el.    jan    6    G'** |T||'«If..r. V1>.\.>IS, O'iiinnis.^iiiin Merchant, No. 6, _B \Ve¡-t l-'nnil Street. S. O. ni TLKIl, (SfCCii-- soil TO GaZZAM BrTLEU.) <,    ' I'UMMISSIOX MHli('!IAXT, feb 3 9iif    No.'.3, Front street. fBtOKKKAOK <fc W II 1'1'EJl .AN, Coiimission g AlepcJiania, corner of .Sycamore and Canal syeeis. SFOSDICK A CO , Produce and (Jonnuission Mit- • cnanis, Syi tniore .street, near the river. Cincinnaii, Utiio. ^ « T'llKKLiW I11ÍJ1IT lit J.A.HKS, Coininis-\ t Sion .Merchants^ .N" 11, Front street. ‘ OiJDKN &. SOl'TIIfi.Al’fC, t iOMMISSlO.N and 1 (dR W A RID .\G MEKC.VHNTS, j No 41 P.iyJr .s street, Nt vv (Jrleans., _octl7 :    _    91-ly N. P. KWI.KHAIÍ.T &, CO. I^ORK P.A< KF.R'.. Pr.uluce Dealers, Forwardina and CoiiiBnssion .Merchants,Canal street, between M.iin and Sycaniore.    aug    d'J Sy CODY , Wh.ib sale Gr.iceranii Commission Mer-. cti;»iii, V\'aler street, i.< tw . n .vlain and Walnut may 7lMy 'H * -iTIIKItS A, C AKPHNTKll , Tol.acco (;ijpmni..'¡ioii .'leri hauls. 4á Alain street, be'ween 2d and Lov. I r Market. _ _______ ■■i|ENH.V    V,    Pnuluce    and    ('omniission If .MfBchant, Front street, between iiioa.n„-^ ....n Lu.U'ow.___^______ Í OIIN D XV AI..nilIlK'K, (successor to Harper Hueslon A Co ) Pr.«liice, (Joinmissiou and I-orwaird ins IMerch int, Canal street, one door east of 31am, C(n, cinnaii.    ____________ B. F'lNDD.AY', Commission, Produce and Forwarditm .Merchant, No. 8 south Canal street, West of 3lain.    .    _ Sdt C DAY'IS, Pori- Packers. Produce Deal-er.v, t oi/i/i.i',.~daii and Forirardxns Merchants, Front sirtt l, beiw. ni ."ycamore and Eioadway. Ciurin-naii. ,    octlo c KDXVD P. CKA-\C'II, lOM^llSFlDNKR TO TAKE TK'«T!'UONV FOR M\SVM iiCsKTT.S. 1 KN.NVYLVANIA AM) LOCIFIANA. No, 129 3Iain .ST. feb 23 KOÍÍKUS <!t CAKIilOIn. ■tRODl'CF, ,ind t ■ i : oi'si >11 .vierch.inls, Steamboat \"ftnts. Xc., -So 7,Cas.silly's Row. dec-i'l XVIIOLESAI.E CiROCERS. .M.1..KN CVDLiXCn, J»-., ' HOLl.>-M.I- and Retail Dealer iii Groceries, Li-Qu-.r?, .-.lid I’loduoe, No 378, .Mam street. Tn.Tr 2 ?    ______ Cíl3ISiTOí’lv, XO'IY'IIRDP (fc .MOOIIE, K ■H^.MILV (,Ri.)i 'KK>, and D. ab rs in PKODLCIv, i ^ lioptv.f. Corner ol R.o and Filiii ?:reeis. juiy -'6 3Dtf IliWlN A 31 IN OR, Grocers, Commission and For wanliinr 31cri hants, .No. 29 .Main street. -A31E5» JOHNSTON, Grocer and Commission *31«lchant. No. 49 .Main street. UCi 311TC HE LI.., .Soap and Candle Manufacturer, and dealer m Groceries and Oils, 31ain, corner of F’ecomi sin-et. HARDXX'-ARE 3IERCH.VNTS. f ELLOtlO, XX'EI.iI.iS & OCDKN, Imfxirters ^ and D. ah rs in Hardware, Cutlery, Xc., No. 170 IMain Breel. JOHN SVKES, corner of Sycamore aiul Columil.a stri'eis; Stove.^. Copper and Tin Ware, and Sheet Iron XViork, wholesale and retail    aii2    14 UO.VN OFFICES .AND AOENCTES. r|X1103IAS E3IF:RY', AseiU for sale of Real Es-I iHte, A.C , Fi'urtii. I < tween Main and Sycamore. AX C'l I'ONEERS. -« t 7.AI. PALMIvR. .Vuclioneer. No. 2!'GMaiu street, will alt< :id to . u't iloors.ihs, sahr-of Es-tsIe.V.     <•'>■‘1 DO( roll DODOE } removed hi.s office to the south side of Fourth st, k l—iv\e n K.if e and Elm.    mar    23    3l-6m I '. W i 2D D-) ! 7 .A t ] I O'. •»D <H) ! .Ill (>» ; D) Di> i yi) (Ki I t) IN) • ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kat h add 0 iolctl s«piarf, fir 12 m-inihs, r w .    '    s, I. : i(e=. f 1|. a I:    .il i.'! fa<=nre, - .K o ;• a-tili.i Ip t! ‘ ; I t.'e, h iii mUiS,..... V.    I Ki.YiOR    r ¡I    W'r.i.KLV^-!:; Daily PAimns.    _    t -One stjii ,re. i'i i:    r-i - s. -    .     1    .V» *•    •• ifvi 1; i.i ti’eiiial inser'ion, ...    - R<-tl nr.s'.i;. .    oi.!    A 1 . risements. Slreritf    ; anil t! iiiiv,;.-^! •;( i s    ni medicin.-, theatrical,    j .-.ircns, or siipjltir ad .eiii.ain., n    >L to 1 pu'.dished i y'the    . year.    : i    ■ N <    adV■ r’et    *    .    be con-i.lered by    tlm month    or    ' y< ar.    o.M'o.ssp!    :ñ.’    l    ii tiie manuscripi,    or prcviou.sly atrr- ■ d u; n.netwf • n I'-'u    p.u-u s.    j S V .A    d-dd iMiit I't -io per I e.ii.    to    lie    ma le    on    Steam-    , li-i.'tl. and Alfil ■ >¡i. ei>' R.-al KsihI-- a.! vertisemeilts, when j t,h*‘ : li!'    imi'iiin' in si\ in    iliis i..    -«‘>    d- li-irs.    | ^ 1- .A    ii.ipii lo it 2ii I    r I eni.    i..    tie    made    on    patent    ; me a. ill" ait?er-o ;,-s. Fill iHh'C' ii'.i .n ci.iirtta! le fir lecal advenise- ¡ nil i.ts I" v.iiti tie a n I' lit ciiarir* ■! f ,r their pulilication. ; tn’a.Jiiy noiic es, ii-x. epi sii. h liide invita-tioi'a I . fiii:e.jai.a.) aiiil' lecii .-s c.tllinc relici-ius or politi- ’ cal iiiei nic-f-i''i.ay ■    ¡ i¡    11-!,.-il    eratmlously.    ' 3 V.Vil dfier i; .t    . s.    of w ;    kind s u ■. r. n 't e.vcejit- im; :di 1 >r c-iar : , ;    :    -    t    j    s,    to be ch.irced for the sai    rad’.    T!i-<-lié-ii'.-i. Aim'tiiicino , amiiii.if s <f.r eflices of every de- ^ scripi; III) IÓ lie cii-ir^. d at liie rate ol one i*>*r w*'. k, t-ir • ai h naiiie; the s-iine to in, paid m advance in | all    *    I ^ J' All ' ■-•isem -üTs troin transient persons, or st.i^aii-" r-i. to ; e |.,iid 111 .¡dvaiii * . A’Gdf la II-.. 11 It 111,I'    d en the c.n.v f ,ra «jie ,'T A3H KL 31. HART, .Attorney at Law. Office , I, t'luirt ST. -I, nearly opposite the Banking House Miami K.\i»inine Comp.uiy.♦ __ 4 I.I»HO-\SO TAFT, Mtoirneij at Zaiie-nfTic.. s.iiilh side Thirdsire.-t, between Alain and M'alnnl next iloor vv. sl of the Stvines Institution nov '.6 35 JAMES K. 3IKL1NE, Attorney at Law; Office on Third street, near Main, opposite the Olfjo Life and Trust (.’ompany Bank.    feb 3 74-1 y tll. THO-3IPSO-V, Attorney at Lair, .south • side Third sire. I, Lk.Iwi' a -Main and Walnut, oci -I    4tf Í.3 P CR.ANCH Jc J. C. X'.XFtillAN, Attor-A. n‘ V3 at Law: Office on .Main, alHJve Third street, ever .Moií ic Son’s Bookstore. rgXHE SFIÍSCR1I5ER has r suincd the Practice f of the l.iw. lie 111 ly ta= f lund, for the presem, at tile office of .'le.ssrs. \'aiiuliaa onil Crunch. WILLIA.M GKEK.NK. nov B      L’D-tt 31. C'ORICY', Attorney at Law. corner <>f 31 lin and Sixlli streets, u*’er Guilford's Book- w {OKDAN .\, PUGH, .\lloriiey at Law—oliice on 1 hird tireei, between .dlai.iand Walnut. .51 If dec. 14    _ _______ I^KOWN X McLEAN,-4//or?/eysaf Li/tc Office un IJP Third s;roct, iininediately over itie PostOtii e. .A..I Brown.    N.G.    31cLean de.-. IS    '0:f S.. L. « XRIH-NER, ,\ r LAW, Third street, iliiut, 2J door east of the Post OlJice. \TT(1RNEV .\ r LAW, Third street, between Vin -VandWal jaii O 6Stf D. XX’ADE, ATTORNKV Ai LAW, FFICE on S'uuh siileof Fifili sirei t, lietwpon 3Tain ami Walnut streets.    may 17 ültf O. 31. SPENCER, TIORNEY AT I. A W -Office at the N. West cor neri-f 31ain and Fourth streets, upstairs. 0 -i L XXX NOTICE. m’B’31 R.3IGRRI.'» andJA.MKS B. RA V. (laie of !n- ‘lev “•>    eon    .,-.1 into Uo-,,rrolvi,i as M. lorneys and Counsell.i. s at l.iw. Office at the corm-r of Coiici'and .Mam sire Ls, Cincinnati.- der 17    .5;t-3m 3IISCELL.V-NEOFS. Xk >" Q. HODGSON. Drn/eist and ,\¡>oihorary. north O V . rornerof Wi stern Row and Fiflli street— Wholef,,iie and Ruail.    jan    31    9Dif PORK P.VCKIN4Í. ¡I g .S ED.M A-M'S, Gonyiiission Pork Packer, souih-i 2 e east corner of Court street and Broudw.ty. dec 11    -F^tr EOROK 3Il'SCROFT,Cutleraud Lock.sinith, ^ JT on East Fifth street, near 3Iaiu. CAOE &- CO., Wholesale BiAfuid Shoe Deal 2 4. er.', No. 110, 3Iain str-'ot, Cinciaiiati. ap LI     42-ly I .X-3I i :s AI.fJUAVES, Draper and Taylor, Third • I street, -2 iliKirs east of the 31echanics’ Bank, keeps a geneial a.s.sortmeiit of Cloiii.s, <fassimeres and Vcsiinga, and oiher articles in his line of business. uug.U    61-ly ^gl.N'ER !v. KF.Li.OGG, Portrait Painter, No. 17, ^y fl Fminh street His room will be open to vi.'iiors afle. 3 o’, lock, P. 31.    ...114 9Bif IiXgY BBl.S fine Flour for sale bv I PI I    KOBLUT    ANPRKWS, mar 23 34if    No    0    Coin’l    Row. B'vG-'-Rio CoiTee, received this day. and for f3l/IP palely    SA.AFL B FI.NDLAY, No 8 soinli Cana! 51, between .Main and Walnut. mar-23    3tif HAX.XNA .SCfiXR. BOXE.S Wliiie Havana Susar, a prime article, for sale low. liy    GOVE    X    SWASEY, inar23 31if    19    Sycamore    at. 20 CINCIN-N-VTI D1RECTÍH1Y, 1R40. AORs.Ieby    JOSIAH    DRAKE, ^    mar-2.‘5    31if    22    3Iain    St. PitDI>l'CT.S OF THIS 31ARKET. UDERS fiile.l and Prime Pork; P.Tk in bulk; Baron; Lard; ^Tinie and Mess Beef Turpentine and f liréV'tiftfi,    , As low as they can be ijurchased in the market. A. G. RICHARDSON, mar -21 33tf    Sycamore    si. near the river. SCHOOf. BflOK.S, &.C. LCC.AS X Co, 112 Main street. Have on hand an extensive assortment of School and .Aliscellaneous B.nvks, B;ank Books, Paper, and Siaiion-<-rv amoiic which are. Varb y’s 1st. -2d ami 3d Books of History; F.merson’s Arithmetic, pirt -2tl; We|.:J!i r’s '-^chi.ol Diction try; Oliiey’s tji'-'cr iphy and .Allas; Smith    ilo    ilo,    newfil; r-.Ii:clii'li's do    do,    do; I’arb-y’s (ieocr.iphy; Koclis!. Rea.lers, chi-:ip ed; I)avies’ 31alhematics, Anihoti'.s Series of Classics. Xc; (.¿tiaroi Bibles of every description; Webster's Eleiiientary Sfiell* rs, fine ed. mar 2 5    34tf -31. F. DDXV.NES, ACrTIONF.ER andGENK.R AL ( OM .MlSSloN 31KR CH.AN r. 3 and 4 Front street, tic’.wecn .'lain and Sycaii lire. (' .idv.inred on con.signments. mar 13    l.jl^ ■VX ITHEKS X O’.SH AX C4HNESSY', VUCTIONEEKS indCO.M.MlSSlON .MERCHANTS, -4mc/<ü/í Mari, -Vo. 1‘2G Main Street. f|3H03I.XS PAI.3IER. .Auction and Commission 4 3U rchant. No. 217. .Main street, three d»>oii Ivelow Sixth.    _ 3IO«.l)S 31ULTICAVIRS TREES. I ÍH I (Win treks received tins day direct from N. II fX I IMJU (irleans, by sletvmlMiui Oroiioki), and will be sold*otT immediately, a great bargain. A. G. KICHAKD.'JON, ninr 2.3 3tlf    Sycamore    si,    near ilic river. SALT. OnondaguaSal; for sale by mar 23 34if E VER ETT X BCC HA NA N. SPERn C-ANDI..E-S. »> *■» BOXES Sperm Candles iusi received and for sale • pO 1 y    BURROWS    X HAL!.. 34. f FiAH R. O/Yli BBLS superfine Flour jttst received and for f51 P » P    ROBT. A-NDRKV\ S, mar 23 34tf No Ü Coiirl Row. NEXX’ 311SÍC, NEXV MUSIC. LUC.AS X Co, 11-2 Alain street. i. Al'C TIOX ROO-MS, i    JACOB    GRAFF. NO. 211, main ST., BE-IWUKN FOl’KTH AND FIFTH PHYSICIANS. DR. .1. L. X'.\TTir:R, T ^ ESlPF.Ni '!-!. R.:ce strei t. .d dm.r notnh of Seventh Ü 4 [¡ireel. v)ffice, \'i .I St., a few do ts below Filth. an¿ 11     y.    J    -«^Ty DOCTOR M. R. XVRIOHT, KSTDK.NCE and Office in rlh si-le ol Seventh, between -M.tin ami Walnut streets n _________________ NtlTlCE. * ^R'' .Al.All- HAL!, and .A VFR'i' h ive fonuej a part it M iier¡-hip in the practice of -Medic-ne. Office n «rtheast of Broadway and Third stseets iorilif rly '< cujaed by Dr. .M-jvi’rtie ¡d.    may 21 74if rt-|tR. R. C. C.XRTER, JJoi'itnic Pkystcian -Tesu j§Jp deuce, wc.'t side ol -Main, between Eighth and NiiRh streets.    ajj 29    55-ly —+ C. L XXVKENCE’S Office Corner of Third street ami Broadway. 15 69tf Tlie Winter ’s gone, the Spring is here—as sung by MrAIanvvrs Fil behold thee lovely lady, mine—as sung by 3Ir W is-111. ’Tis sweet l i meet th'-e. The Carrier Dove. Go. Il l me vvi-pp- fvoetry by Thomas 3Ioore. ) pity yiiu. jv,)or man—baüad, sung l y Caradori .Alien. I’ve noihicc e’se to do, do do 31iss ShiretT. XVdl lie be.truel    do    do    do Queen o( Beauty,    do    tlo    do. Mie loved him dearly,    do    do    do. me if 1 think oftheei do    ilo. Oh! for the home of rny chi!dlioo<l—from the Preaux Cherks -sung by 3iis» Sliire't. There is a mystic thread of Life—words by Lord Byron. Beautiful mountains—air by De B. riot. -A hundred years ago—Hymn for the Centenary of Aletho.lisin Victoria and .Alexandria-Quadrilles. Bi'liemian, Elhossa. I.ouisa and Mohegan Wall*e3.. Pillsford Grand Waiiz. ’1 h>- Caradora do. La Dime B'aiiche—Grand Waltz.    ® V.Piiiia Parade Waltz.’s la»t Waiiz —variations by Czerny. Minerva Trum,>ei do. Vien la Parade March. March of ilie Greeks at the siege of Corinth, with variations. by Duvernoy. Now’s'the lime, when winter’s j-oing—wonls by the author of ‘ Guy Rivers.’    mar    23    34if BOTTi.,E C44RKS. BOTTLE Corks of prime quality, in bales, received and for sale by    GKO.    H. B.ATE8, mar-23 34if    Corner    Alain and Front. NEW BUUKS. ’^jTE.AIOIR;! and Reminiscences of the French Revo lulion, by Madame riissaud, 2 vols 12mo; Alarían, or a Voung Alaid's Fortunes, by MrsS C Hall, -2 vols 1 - mo. -A Word I » AVomen, the Live of the World, and other Ga heriiigs, by Caroline Fry. 1 vol; 8a:n iSlick’s Leiii r Big oVih*- Great Western. I vol; just received and for sale by    U.    P- J.AME8, mar -21 33lf_26    Pearl    st. PI rTSBCRC4H -AND 4) 1 HER WESTERN MANtF.XC TYRES. U7INDOW GL.ASS—.All sizes, from 7-9 to 18-24, in b'ls to .suit pure liascrs; Pop>er ol all kin-Is, Wrapping. Printing, Writing, Xc, truin the Wheeling and other luills; Iron and Nails to lie rvc-ived in a few' days, Pain'ed Buckets, Pitisburch and other Western make; Wind >w >a-h trom the .AU'-glieny saw fai lories; Seivi s and Riddles, Piiisbur. h make; Glassware in boxes irom llie Wheeling works; L* atht'r—Upper, Calfskins, Harness, Xc. On con.'ignmeiu, an 1 all reduced in prices, and as low as tliey can beoifered in the market. A. G. KICHAKDSON, mar-21 33if    Sycamore    gt,    atar ike river. FRESH OR.VNOES AND LK3IONS. 1 (3(3 BOXES Oramros in jirim» order; X \J\J ,i„ spicily l.emons; I'or sale by    GOVE    X    SVVASEV, 19 S; camore st. mar 21    [News    copy]    '    34lf * a ^ ll.A LKS 4-4 Brown Sheetings; 20 do C.mdlo Wick; 50 do Balling; For sale bv    '    KILGOUR,    TAYLOR    X    Co    , m-ir-'S :54if    14    West    Front    st. JUST RECEIVED, DOZ Alanogany Knobs, ass'd sizes; • p V W 20 reams Sand Paper, ‘Daniel -Adaii-; X Co,* Noe 0. 1. M and -2; :0 sets Bl.ike’s Imn Bed Castor.-^; 24 do    do do 'lable do; 5 do Garden Rakes, 8, 10 and 12 teeth; 10 do I esi caststeel handled Hoe.s; 2D stone Bright Wire, Nos'21 iiml '25; For sale by    I    YLEK    PA    VIDSON, No 118 Alain st, first door above the Com’l Bank, mar tl    SStf XX ESTP:RN IíEskrx'E cheese. C-ASKS Western Reserve Cheese; ^ " JP oD lK)\f‘s    do    do; This day received by stean-.boat Iris, and for sale by A G. RICHARDSON, ii'-ir '21 33if    Sycamore    st, near the river. WESTERN REAKKVP: BUTTER. y KEGS received this day and for sale by (    ^    A. O RICHARDSON, mar 21    3-3tf    Sycamore    st, near the river DRY APPEPJS AND PEACHES. K bush Dry Apples; ^a\ r 7d do do Peaches* liect ived this day and for sale by A G. RICHARDSON, mar 21    ,33tf    Syramore    st,    near    the    river. 31AI..\GA WINE. 5(t fill casks puro Alalaga Wine, for sale low to close ' cmisigDiiii III.    S.    O. BU ri.ER, mar'21 3;Jif    23    Front    st. UPPER CDU-NTRY’ PRODircE. N consignineiii, and for sale at very reduced prices. Western Reserve Cheese in casks; Do    do    in    taixes; Do Buttor in kegs and firkins; Do    do ill bids; Do    do in do, fresh in rolls; Pry Apples in sacks and bbls; Do Peaclns    do; White Beans    do; Green .Appb'S, grafted fruit; ( Oiler Viio-gar, Xc Xc. A.    O.    RK’HARPSON, mar -’1 T'hf    Sycamore    st, near llie river. YA'HITE BEANS. IOii BUSH M ilite Beans, received liiis dav and for ’TH salei.y    A.    G.    RIGUARD.SON. Sycamore st, near llie river. o mar 21 ■y 33if SOI'TIIERX PRODUCTS. O.‘'ÜGAR; . do Molasse.a; Prim* Green Rio CofT'o; IIice. Xc Xc ; On co.'isicniiient, and for sale at the lowest rates, by A. O. RICHARDSON, mar'21 33if    ’    Sycamore    st,    near    ilie    river. FK03I THE CI-NCIN-NATI 3IA-NUFAC-T4JRS. ^<OAP, Nos 1 ami 2; Candles, mould a ml dipt; Starch, Fo.\'.* iiul other brand.s; Tobaccoabd Cigars, 6 twist, from Kentucky; Wliiie Lead, best liraiul.s; I'la.xseed Oil; Cement, lajckwood Mills, Xc Xc—and at the lowest manufai-uirer’s prices.    .A.    G.    RIGHAKDSON, mar21 33if    Sycamore    st,    near    the    river. CO-PART.NERSHIP. r|3HE suliscribers entered into co-pannership on the g 4th inst. fir the piir|Miso ol truiisartine a genera 1 Ding and AjKJthecary business, under the firm of Spear X Woolley. We have on hand and shall keep a givid siipfdy of Drugs, Aledicinr8, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dye Slulfs, Window- (il.ass. Bru-slu-s, Fancy Articles, Xc. We'ticifu ». solicitthe patronage of our friends and the public.    .    SAM’L    B.    SPKAIÍ, CHARLES WOOLLEY, North-act c rncrof Seventh and 31ai.i streets, mar 20_ ^    32lf FIFTY JOURNEY31EN SUOE3IAKERS W.ANTED. I PROVISIONS low and wages high Apply to \V. X S. G. KONEIY’S P'imlinp Store, Cincinnaii, Ohio. mar20 32tf    Or    WM.    HAR 1 X Co. bv PKi IRO-N. TON.S Pig Iron of tiesi i;uality, now receiving and for sale at low prices for or approved pajier, C. SO.NNTAG XCo.. S-Jtf 3 E'ifih street. SiroAlt AND 3IDLASSES. H HHDSSor-.r; 41) bl'ls N O -MoLuSses; For sale by m.ir20 FOSDICK X Co. 32tf W'HAEE OIL. 1200 by do do, refined: S. FOSDICK XCo. PIIlEOscfx ...    ------ ■i UST received, an assortment of Glass i uo,..., ... -■ Electrical Cylinders, Electrical Plates, Florence Flasks, Xc.    WELLS X FOSTER, mar-20 '!2-2w      _No2Bakerst. MECHA NIC-AE. BUST finished and for sate, a new style of Copying Presses, to copy letters from common ink; also Seal Presses for notaries, courts, Xc. WELLS X FOSTER, mar CO 32-'2w    No2Bakprst. FOR BARTER. \F.AR3T situated 4 miles al>ove Vevay, Indiana, in Switzerland county, iqion the Ohio river. Il contains 16-2 acres, IDOin cultivation, the balance is heavy liinliered with ash, walnut, an I tiucUeye; ‘2 good apple orchards contairdne KKlirees of grafted fruit, also a peach i>ichard. It has I wo houses, several sjiringsof excellent -w-.ater, .a good well, and fences good. The above w ill be exchanged for Pry Goods and Gro-cerii s. or an nsjorlmeiu of .Merchandize, if application is made soon. Enquire of    R.    A    HOLDEN, 18 West Front street. mar 20    [Newscopy]    _ “    VALiLAIILE    W4IRICS, \T FLASH’S Book Store. Third street. n»?ar Main. Observations on Limes,Calcareous Cements, 3Tonars. SturcoR'. and Concrete, Xr, Xr., with rules for making a new artificial water cement, Xc. .A new w'orkon|the cultivation and culinary preparation of Vegetables. By John lingers. A Glossary of Terms used in Grecian. Roman, Italian and Gothic Architecture, Exemfdificd bylOOcuts. Tlie I.andscape Gardener, comprising the History and Principles of Tasteful Horticulture. The Practice of Making and Repairing Roads, of constructing b'lKiipHit 8, E’encesand Drains, «f-c. Dicks-m on the Breeding, Rearing, Diseases, and general management of Poultry. Chemistry aptilied’to .Agriculture. By James Chaplal. 3Iechanics of Fluids for Practical ¡Men, eomtirising Hydrostatics. Descriptive and Constructive, the whole illustrated by numerous Examples and appropriate Dio-grames    » SirDivid Brewster’s complete treaties on the 3Iicro-scope, forming the anide under thai head in the seventh edil |im of I he Encyclopedia Hrittanica i)n the Breeds, iManagemenl and Diseases of Cattle, w itfi numerous illustrations. The Priciplea of Warming and Ventilating Public Buildings, Dwelling Houses Xc. By Thomas Tredgo’d. 21    ; 3if mar 21 Muscat de Froniignan. 33tf IIOCKHOCKINO SAET. \ CONSTA NT supply from the works of 3Teasrs Ewing, Vinton X Co. for sale, and will be delivered at the Canal Basin, or from our Warehouse. S. FOSDICK X Co , mar 20 32if    Sycamore    st, near the river. AVHITKWATER C ANAL. SCRIP WII-L be received for Goo»ls, at our Dry Goods and Carpet Store, No .33 Main street, mar 20 32tf    THURSTON    CRANE    X Co. CA')iH FOR HOUSES. A FEW brick houses wanted, for which cash^will be paid. Apply to    TH03IAS    EMERY, Estate and Money Agent, mar20 32lf    11    East    Fourth    street. SII.K-WOR-M EGGS. \FEW thousand of that extraordinary kind of Silk-Worin Eggs,from the single crop worm, kiiow-n and celebrated at llie East, for prsiliicing the Mamrnoth Yel-Imir, or Golden Cocoons; some of which were among the largest exhibited at the late .‘vlechanics’ Fair in Boston, have just been received, and are forsale by GEO. H. HARTWELL, mar Iff 3ltf    No    S3    Sycamore    st. -g Ik/Y RE.A3IS double Alediuin Printing Pa|)er. for J_vr\* sale by    JOSI.AH    DRAKE, niar 21    :43if    22    3Iain    iireet. II O E Y BIBLE, ARRAtlbEB IN HISTORICAL AND CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER; (On the Basis of Lightfoot's Chronicle;) tN sucha manner that the Books, Chapters-, Psalms, Prophecies Xc, may be read asone coiinected HisPe ry. Ill the words of the Authorized Translations;—The Gospels on the Basis of the Harmonies of Lighifi>ot, Do<l-dridge, Pilkiogion, Newcome, and Michaelis;—The Account of the Resurrection, on the authorities of West, Towii.son, and Cranfield. The Epistles are inserted in their places, and divided according to the Apostles’ Argument.*!. With copious .Notes on the principal subjecis in 'I’heoh*gy, and Indexes. By the Rev Gf*orge Townsend, 31 A, Prelu'ndary of Durham, and Vicar of North .allerliiii. Revised, punctuateit, divided into paragraphs and piiralleli.snis, italic words re-examined, a choice and co[>ii)US select ion of references given, Xc; by the Rev T W (Joil, I) D, late President of Tran.sylvania Uiiiveriiy. For sab by    WEED X W1L80N, P'ourth st, one do«)r east of the Council Chamber, mar 20    32tf F1.,.\SH’S nOGK .STORE, rEST Third street, near .Main. Fo.^ler’s Counting House 3Ianua1, or the 3Icrchant’s, Banker’s and Tradesman’.? A.s.sistant; Cobbeil’s LifeofGen’l .Andrew Jai-ksoir Do French Grammar, or Plain Instructions for the leiirniiig of French; The Elenihy of the Universe, by Toulniin; Bowen’s Picture of Boston, also I ho Annals of Boston: The Physiology of Liberty, or Medico-Philoso|ihical Tallies of the natural rights and of ilie pliysical and moral faculties of man; Transactions of the Historical and rhilofio|ihical Society of Ohio - containing Judge Burnet’s Letters on the early history of Cincinnati; I5Ios.«oiiis,of Anecdote anil Wit, or 31fr.h for the Parlor; T'hel’eetic Wreath, consisting of select passages from the w-orks of the English Poets, fiom Chaucer to Words worth.    mar    20    32lf GUN BARRELS, LOCJKs, FISTOLS, RI-FliE.'*,    dtc. ^ /Y KIFI.E Barrels, assorted sizes: 50 do do, extra heavy, 10 to 13 lbs, c.alibre 35 to 100; 25 doz best swiv'Pl and rolled Percussion Locks; ■ 20 do do do improved pattern    do; .500 lbs Sheet Bras.s, ass’d Nos; 100 MAH best Percuss->11 Caps. Also on hand, a large slock of Rifles, Pi.stols, Double and Single Barreled Guns, and other articles appertaining to Gun Furniture. For sale by    TYLER    DAVID.SON, No 118 Main st, one door above the Com’l Bank, mar -20    32tf DE TOCiiUEVIEI.E’S DE310CRACY IN America; third .Aim-ricaií edition; revisen and c« recte l—one vol octavo. Forsale by    U.    P.    JAMF«. mar 19 3ltf    26    Pearl sireiít. FISH. BBI.S No3 Mackerel; B»0 Imxes Herring; 15 drums Codfish; 5 casks 8aImon; For s-ile by    BURROWS    X HALT., mar 19    .31lf    13    Pearl street. BOTTI.ES AND CORKS. BOXES Gallon Bottles; 12 do    ( do    do: 15 do    quart    do; 30 do    piiitFlisks; 10 do    assorted    Bottles and Flasks; 10 P'orsale at the manulaciiirers’prices, by ALDRICH X 3IcELROV, mar 19 31ll No 50 .Main st.. RKAE ESTATE FOB SALi:    L'XCII.AXGE. , A BRICK Hulls'», siiiiat'-d on the Lawreiiceburg tofuL. 2 miles from town, with ten acres of land, ■sti-jject to a ground rent of .«120 per year. A Farm of 55 acre.?, situated 3 miles from town, upon a M’Adamised road, wit i 27 acres in culture, a good onrhiird of apple and cherry trees, a frame house with 5 rjiius; also a framo stable, a corn crib, an excellent weHvand many springs. The land is rich and well calculated'for - hvudsome Country Seal. with 2-2 acres'll! ctm,nK'y*iPd uoon the Ohio in InJaana,. peach trees, a frame smoke house, a la^ge*'iru/»le- a4id anil a liand.some frame house with 8 to 9 rooms, a ce! lar, and a piazza; also a frame tenant’s house, a superior steam Saw Mill with one pair of patents ones for grrad-ing corn. The mill is in full business operation. TUe land is rich, and consists of hill and lioiloin. The two last estates will bo exchanged for city pft»-peny. Apply to    THOMAS EMERY, Estate and .Money Agent, mar 19 31lf    11    East Fourth street. LARD. 2 ^ BBLS Lard just received, and for sale to close con- by ^C. PARMENTIER. Alt). 16, East Fourth street, Cincinnati, OFFERS forsaleto the Con noisseuersofih is city.some Fn-nch and German Wines, of the best kind, at very reduced prices; such-as, St Julien .Aledoc    St Estephe Hant S-auierne    tüiainberiiri Sparkling Burgundy    Ronia¡ice Hockheiiner ~    Champaigne AGENCIES FOR THE S.\LE OF <OTKUBENVII.I.E Cotton Yfir««—Prices reduced to 25 cents, 10 per cl less, and 6 mos (or good pii' er; Steubenville Jeans of the best manufacture, and by the ca.«e or piece, at lowest rales; Massillon Rolling Alill Co. Su// nets.--Received, a ÍOW sample cases, said to be the best Western make ever otT'-'red iii the market, and at very reduced prices. A. G. RICHARDSON, inar21 33tf    Sycamore    st,    near    the    river. TO LET, rWTHE two Offices formerly occupied by Canal Ijwur-1 ance Co.      -    -    ».....- mar *21 KELLOGG X kENNETT 33if NEW CABINET WAREROOMS, Second street, a feu) doors east of Main. JW.ALTER, has now on hand, and will sell, , Solas, Centre Tables; Elegant Dressing Bureaus; ri - In    do    d i; Wardrobes. Pier T.ables; B»*dsteail8, Tables, Stands, Xc; At l-'Wer prices than has ever before bee»n offered at. li^Furnilure of any kind made to orde and w arranted to give satisfaction    mar 21 33lf DI TCH BOLTING CHlTIl!*. A CONS r.AN'l' and fall supply, at very reduced pri .'jL ces to be had on auplicatiou to the subscriber oraer of Ei-jhth street and Broa-lway. C. S. BRADBURY. Cincinnaii, 3Iarch 12, 1840.    25-4m HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. If E have received (and shall continue to receive until our Spring slock has all arrived,) valuable additions to our slock of Farmers’ Utensils, Builders’ Hardware, Cutlery, Xc. We oifer our stock low for cash. SILSBEE X SPOONER, 170 Main street, opposite 5ih street Market Space, mar 19    3llf mar 18 3Uif -| ^ HHDS Cod Fish; I 6 drum.? do; ;'0 bbls Mackerel; 25 kits do; 23 bills Herring; 10 hf do do. ' Received per late arrival, and for sale bv P. CODY mar 17 29lf    Water slrrel. POWDER. COFFEE. BAGS Rio Coffee; 200 50 do Old Java do; 100 do Treaj For sale by, mar 19 31lf do; BURROWS X H.ALL, No 1.3 Fearl street RICE, INDIGO, «.c. •^ri tierces Rice; 5 ceroons Carraccas Indigo; 75 boxes Chocolate; For sale by    BURROWS    X    HALL, mar 19 31if    ,    13    Pearl    street. SUGAR AND MOLASSES. ^ HHD.S prime N O Sugar; bids Loaf    no; 25 Imxps While Hav do; 150 bids N O Molas.sps;    , 35 do Sugar House lio; Forsale by    BURROWS X HALL, mar 19 3itf    13    Pearl    siieei. FRUIT. ■g fkik BOXES 31 R Raisins; lUU 10(> do Bloom do; DA) drums Figs; 25 bags Pea Nuts; 10 do English Walnuts;-For sale by    BURROWS    X    HALT,, mar 19 31if    13    Pearl    street. 1 ignmeai, at the corner of Sycamore and Ninth sts, CLVMER X BRITTON. IN STORK, ONE l)OX, marked G. Nepper, w’hich the owner or consignee is requested to call for, at the Cominer-ial Wharl-tHiat, 3Iyers’ Wharf. mar 18 3i)tf    BOWEN    X    PANCOAST. f ■ ^HE subscribers as agents for the sale ef Beatty’s su-p<*rior Powder, have made arrangemenis for a regular supply of the article, and will sell the same on ac-conimodaiiiig terms. We arc now receiving 330 kegs Ueaiiy’s Rifle Powder, lllO do do Blasting do, 2 cases Canister Sporting do, BURROWS X HALL, mar 19 31 if    No    13    Pearl    street. PERCUSSION CAPS. 000.000 Percussion Caps, for-sale low by L. MOSBY, 25, Lower Market st. A LSO, a constant supjily of Dupont’s Powder, for sale .^ÜL as above.    mar 16 28if 31USIC, NEW MUSIC. (UST received a fine supjily of new Music for the Piano and Guitar, consisting of Songs, Waltzes, 31arches, Reels,Xc., aud among which may be found the fidlowing Songs, The Ivy Green; A Life on the Ocean Wave; Angel's Wliispcr; Erin 31y Home; The Dying Legacy; Friar of the Olden Times; Away Bonnie Bark; Come, Come Thou an in Sorrow; Come Brave the Sea with me La)ve; My Native Land; A. B. X C; Wuo«linau s|>are that Tree; My Nannie, Nannie O !    ' Panina Raya of Fading Da\; WhenI Rov’d a young Highlander; To Win the Love of Thee; When the Flower's of Hope are Fading; Our Happy Home- The only Daughter, My own One; Kapiuies Dwelling; Oh ! Lonely is the Focrst Shade, Oh ! Come Love and Dwell; Sweet Sister Fay, Xc. at JOS. T. CLARK, Variety Siore* mar 16 SStf    Fifth    street,    near    Vine. FLU ____. ftfiO BBLSFIour, J Kiiisely’.? i>rand,forsalealthecor-” ner of Sycamore and Ninth s's, bv marts 3i>tf_CLYMER    X    BRITTON. PL4H R. t!31V'E hnmlred bbls, choice brands. Just recei ved an<l ' for sale at the corner of .Svcainore and Ninth sia, by    CLY.MEUXBRITTO.V. mar 18____31Hf SHOT AND LEAD. PUBLIC .SALES. BAGS assorted Shot; 4<»iO Ibe Bar Lead, for safe low,by SAML. BORDEN, mar 13 26tf    16,    Lower    Market    st. YELLOW' SPRINGS, O. YjpiHE public are respecif ully informed that this place ■ will be opened ior the reception of visitors on the isi of May. 3 erms of boarding: From May 1st to September, $4 00 per week; fn>m June till do, 95 00, or from July till do, >6 OO; through August, ®7 00; per single week, «8 (A); per day, «1 25    WILLIAM    WILLS. mar lU    23-lm NEW GOODS. JUST received jier sieamlHwi Emlias.?y, a general assortment of Spring Goods, for sale by OSGOOD R. WEB-ÍTER, mar 1.3 26if    No'26, Fifth street CHINA HALL, Main street, above Fifth, East Side. A'A7VU GOODS, DIRECT IMPORTATION. PURE White China Dining Setts: do    do    do    Tea Sells, ,lo    do    do    Breakfast Sets; White and Gold Pining and Tea Sets; old India China *li:ning Sets; Cut Glass, common China, and Qiieens-■w'are;by the jiarkage, or ref>acked. at New York and LR tiladehihia prices.    W3I- R. KERR, march 14 27lf    Importer. TO PORK PACKERS AND PRODUCE DEALB7RS. rflHK sulwcriber begs to inform the Packers ofCin-I cinnaii and lh«r Western Country generally, who would wish to .send their Hams, Xc..lo the Philadelphia nrarket, that he has laken the large and coinmoili-ous smoking anil cleaning esiahlish.neni of 3lr. John Barney, on Shippen, aljove 9ih,street, where he hopes by unrem'iiiing aiienlion to merit a share of their patmnage. Charges moderate    T.    B.    SMITH, Refer to Henry K. Smith, N. E. corner ol Court and Sycamore street, Cincinnati. » march 1-2    '    26    1m DISSOLUTIO-N OF CO-PARTNEH SHIP. F|3HE Co-partnership heretofore existing l>elween the 1 siibsrritiers under the firm of CoRwtN, Footb, X Co, Wasiliisday dissolved by mutual consent, the l)ii.?mess will be settled by D. Corwin X .Son, who are aiilhor-Iz-'d in using the name o( ihe old firm in the si-illement ?.f Its business.    DANIEL W. COR WIN, JAMES !M. FOOTE, feb‘24 llif    DANIEL CORWIN. rg-^IIK SUBSCRIBERS will rontimie the Dry I Goods Imsi lies.?, at the old Bland, under the firm o D, CORWl.N X SON, D.3NIEL CORWIN, fell‘15 11 (__DANIEL W. CORWl.N. LOOK OUT I'OR f'OUXTERFEITORSf NERVE A.\D BONE I.INTMENT, "H '30R the cure of Bruises, Sprains, Rheumatic nffec-i’ .lion.?. Swelling of the Glands of the tnroat, and for all Olhei ilisorOf rá vrliich miiilro aliiglily Stimulating and lialsainic application. This celebrated ariii'le is counterfeited by a number, win se cu('idily has led them to imitate ihi' external appearasjce of the genuine so closely that the unw:iry may be easily deceived. Among those engaged in this f'Ul altmnpi at imposition are C. D Bradford, of Cincinnati, Chas H. Walden, of Madison, OsBi'N X Hooan, Piltsliurgli. These persons, we Jacob B. Darst, Cincinnaii. These persons, we aro informed, are hawking ih- ir spurious preparations throughout the rouniry, and someiiiie s succeed in passing them for genuine. 3 here is still one certain lestof the true Nerve and Bone Liniment, oAvrrre (Aof «ut-/* bottle has the signature of Geo. M. Allen on the out-sid , yeUoto labe and that all others are counter-■feits.    » It i.? to the honor of the druggi.?is in this city that they have all refused to receive the spurious iijixiun s, even un s¿ile.    , 3'lie tefiiinoiiials on the inside wrapper, and the fact that within the la.?t three years upwardsof one hundred und forty-four thousand 6o(N«s have been soUl in this vicinity, lire evideni-.e of the eetliiialion in which the genuine Liniment is held. The lestiinonials are from the following gentlemen: Dr Kuslaing, Dentist, C S Bradbury, Esn, Dr 3Iulford, Jolin H ire, D A King, A 31 K.irnes, Wni Parker, Elias l)ay,Di'ward Wood, E Knowllon, S Lansing. E K Hul-rovd. M'm V'iiison, las Brown, Joshua Warfield, C Wonh-in'gion, K.-üj, 31r E Bryan, K A Whetstone, Estj, Mr 1) .‘•^lewari. Death and .McCabe, O W Brown X Co, and others. 151» groce now oii hand, for sale. '    ALLEN    X    Co., Corner of 3Iain and Filth sis, Cincinnaii St. Ixiuis Kepuldicaii, Louisville Journal, Lexington Intelli'j;eucer, Indiaiiapajliá Journal, Richmond Paladi-u in,.51adison Banner, Columt us, (Ü ,) Register and Journal. Fiipia (Jourier, and Dayton Journal, copyioamount of t5,!Al ( ach and charge Gazette office, m.iró New Orleans, 9ih December 1839. OFFICE OF THE GRAND REAL ESTATE LOTTERY. Of Bank’s Arcade,    #700,000. City Hotel,    000,000. depositing of the rftimbers in the wheel, com-New Orleans, irt’ pi‘l*»tlJn5l. in the City Exchange in No ary Public;and will he continued frorn’day tO'firtiJl'ifl.-lil all the numbers, from number 1 to DJ0,(I00 are deposited therein, immediately after which the drawing ol the lantery will take place. During this period, which will probably lake alM'iil four months, and as long as there may belicUcts on h;iiul,lhey w ill remain for sale False and calumnious siaiemenis again i this Lottery, cali ulate-l to create a want of confidence with persons residing at a,dislance from this city, having been published inoneor two newspape. 8 in ihe U. S., and from them copied into others, and w hich originated either fn>m ignorance or malice; the subscriber, in order to salify the most sceptical as to the giaid faith with which this undertaking is conducted, has entered into the following ar-raiigenient with three ofthefirst banking inslit’Jtions in this city, namely, the Union Bank of La., the Citizens’ of l,:i,aml the N O Canal and Banking Com. 3'hese Banks will receive special de(H»siis for any quarjliiy of tickets in amounisof nut less than tKKi, and give in return a certificate of the following tenor: Received from 31r.--,    the    sum    of® , a si»ecial deposit, to remiiin to his credit until all the prizes which form the scheme of ¡he Grand Real Estate Laiery of properly. situated in New Orleans, of w hich Schmidt X Hamilton are managers, shall have been xranfiicrcedfree of every incumbrance, to the 3'rusiees of said Lottery. J B I’erraull, Cashier of the Citizens Bank of l.a; .Ainedei A Baudouin, Cashier of the Consol idaled .\ssociat ion of the Planters’ of La; jointly with Lduis Schmidt,said I'rustecs, acting as per act pissed before A Maznrean. Notary Public, on the 2d 3<ay 18S9, w-hen said 41 —shall be jiaidoverto Louis Schmidt, acting ;Man agerofsaid Lottery on his endorsing this certificate. --Cashier. New Orleans,----.18 Orders for tickets on the aliove le ms may be addressed Ao any merchant in N. Orleans or by a remitiance to the Cashiers of the aL>oxe named banks, to wit: Fred Frey, Esq, Cashier of the Union Bank of La. J B Ferrault.Esq, “    “ Citizens’ “    “ B*‘verly Cliew, Esq, “    “ New Orleans Canal Banking Co« The great fiopularityofthis Lottory throughout this and the lu-ighboring state.?, w liere the properties and the ;>ar-lies inierf.'ted Therein are known, and the rapid sale of the licki-is, induces the subscriber to notify his friends and the public, to lose no lime in forwarding their orders; LOUIS «CHMIDT, fell 13 l-2aw2in    Acting    Manager SHERIFF .\ND M.XSTER CDM311SS10N-ER’S IN CH.YNCERY .«¿ALF.. STATE OF OHIO, TTnor- -/V    Hamilton County. , PUK.SuANT to the command of sundry orders and executions from iheSii(>«rior Coun ofCincinnati, and the Court of Common Pleas of H imilu>n (bounty aforesaid, to me directetl, I shall exfMise to pul>lic sale, On the 6th day of April next, at 11 o'clo<.k, A. M. at the door of the Court House, the following described Real Estate, namely: All those four lots of land, lying and being in the city of Cincinnati, situate in Johiisuii and Gree'ii’s subdivision of land, liought of 3Iaxwell Hargraves, viz; numbers 35, 36, 37, and 38, coni'iiencing on Johnston st, 34( feet from the south west corner of Linn and Johnston si, and running wMlwardly 100 ft; thence southwardly, on parallel lines 110 feet, each lot being 25 ft front, and 110 ft deep, with the improvements thereto t»elonging:{iaken in execution as the projterty of John Stevens, at the suit of Aquilla J. Wheeler. Valued at ®1,U(X). Also—.3 lot of ground on the nonh side of Orchard st, Iteginniiig 167 93-100 feet from the east side of 3Iain st, and running thence east on Orchard st 47 feet, and the same width back; north 95 feet, with the improvements thereto belonging; to be sold a.? the pr.iperty of Xlelzer Flagg and Isaac Treat, at tliCsuitofDavid Gallup, against said Flagg, Treat, Lemuel Woodward, and Silas'Hart. Valued at «1,‘250. Also—Alllhat certain lot or piece of ground in the city of Cincinnati, county and siaie aforesaid, descritied as follow.?; beginning on the west side of Elln street SO feet; north from the corner ofCanal and Elm street, running thence south on Elm street 25 feet; thence running west on a line at right angles with Elm .«ireet, 60 feet-thence north, parallel to Elm st 25 feet; thence running east 60 feet to Elm street to the place of beginning, being a part of lot No I. in Fusdick’s subdivision of out lot 51, on the original plan of the city of Cincinnati, with the tinproyernenis and appurtenances thereto belonging; to be sold as the pn.peny of Basil Moore, at the suit of Robert Crawford. Valued at ®800. AIto—All that house and lot of ground, measuring 16 feet in fronton Ledge’s Alley, and extending L>ack easi-wardly the same width in rear as in front, along the south sigp ofGano st, 48 feet, with the improvements Xc. To be sold as Ihe property of John C. Edwards at the suit of John Jolly against said Edwards, and others.— Valued at«10tX). Also—All that certain part of a lot, or piece, or parcel of ground, with the buildings Iheron; situate, lying and bring at the souihwe.siangle of the intersection of taiurth 81. and W. Row in tli" said city ofCincinnati. beginning at the said southwp.?i angle of Fourth st, and W. Row, running southwardly with the line of \V. How, l‘2i) feet; and extending back the same w idth on parrallel lines90 feel to a lU foot alley, there laid out and being lx>unded east by VV. Row, on the west by said 1() Cwa alley,and on the north ^ Fourth st, with the Brewery, Xc. thereon erected. To he sold as the properly of 3’liomas W«hh1 aud Susanna his wife, Xc., at the suit of George 3Iiddle-wooil, William Snowden, and executors of Johii Overend, dec’d,and MatthewMiddlewood, aud W illiam Snowden in their own right, against said Wood and wife, ami the President Directors, and Company of the Bank of the Ü, States. Valued at ®27,5UO. Also—.311 that certain lot of land, lying and being in Cincinnaii, Xc., Y lot number 5, in Carr’s .subdivision of lots in the city of Cincinnaii, as recorded in the Record? of Hamilton County, State of Uhio, with the improve, moms thereto belonging. Taken a» iha pro|>oriy of Joshua 'W hartón, at the suit of Isaac U. Burnet, Executor of Francis Carr, dec’d. V'^alued at ®6dO. Also—All lh:at certain lot of ground, situate, lying and heing in the city of Cincinnati, Ham. Co ,0.,and known on Pi'aii’s plan ofsuLidivisioii^by lot No 14, in square N'> 5, being 3'2 ft in front on the south side of (7ouri or St Clair st, and extending hack southwardly, at right angles, 130 ft to an alley, by which it is bounded on thesouTh, it being bounded on the west by an alley, and on the east by lot No 13. being as aforesaid 32 ft in front, and 130 feeideej), wiih the appurtenancess thereto belonging Valued at $:-4L>0. Also—All the following described property,situate and lying in the city of Cincinnati, County of Ham., and stale of Ohio, by inlol No 12, in square 5, of Beiij 31 X John H. Ptatis subdivision of out lot in the c ty of Cincinnati afore.said, commencing at the northeast corner of a brick wall, and running south with said wall, and a line parallel with said wall to a 10 foot alley, 130 ft more or less, and along said alley east‘21 ft 6 inches more or less, toa line which will strike the centreof a partition wall, and with said line, and centre of said wall 130 ft more or less, north to Tenth or i'oiirtst, and from ihence west by the front of the house-21 ft 6 in. more or less, to the place of L>< ginning, with the buildings thereon, Xc Taken in execution as the property of Lot Pugh, at the suit of the President, Directors, and Company of the Commercial Bank ofCincinnati, TS L. Pugh and George W. Jones. Valued at tó.OUÜ. Also All that certain lot of land, situated in the city of Cincinnati, that is to say, part of oui-lol number ;i6 on the general plan of the town of Cincinnati, on the west side of Walnut street, north of ihe Canal, beginning at the southeast corner of lot 36; ihence wesiward-ly with the south line of said lot 105 feet; thenge northwardly at right angles and parallel to Walnut street 50 feet; thence westw ard ly at right angles 105 feet, to Walnut street; thence southwardly with Walnut street Ui the place of beginning, with the improvements and apper-lenances thereto belonging. To be sold as the p operiy of James Neighbors, the suit of Henry Surr. Valued at ®3,ti00 Also—All the fidlowing piece of land, In the aforesaid county on (7rawfi?h, in (5>Iuinbia township, boginning nearKibby and Crean’s well; thence couth 59*', 30min west,■2'2 poles; thence north 30 min, 30 west, 6 poles, 1*2 !*i*H!VbWj.Cnce south 39-^, 30= west, 14 poles; ihence north jrUST RECEIVED, ON consignment, at the Commission Warehouse, No. ¿216, 31ain street, the following articles; Oermanbilver Table Spoons; Do    do    Butler Knives; Do    do    Guard Chains; Do    do    F'ish and Gravy    Spoons; Do    do    Pearl handled Fruit    Knives; Together with a select assortment of Jewelry,Cutlery, Hardware, and Pistols. Also, a quantity of fig’d and plain Satin Lasting, and Gill Buttons. Also—Leather Pocki t Books; Green and Wliile Spectacles; Set and Gilt Ear bing.?. N. B. On hand, at the above esialdishment,'ine remainder of a slur k of Goods, consisting of Gerniaii Sil verware, Jev,ielry, Cutlery, anil Pistol.?, belonging to a dissolved firm in New York, w'hich will be sold at a liberal re iluciion to close the consigniueiit. m;ir 5    I9tf ‘    BR003IS. /lilA DOZEN Brooms, of agooil quality, for sale by JOHN HOLLAND, No 37, Main street. lice Iionii ÚU iieg, la mm west, / poles, 5 links: thence ih 6(t deg, 55 min east, 10 poles; ihence south 89 deg, niii east, 9 poles, 5 links; ihence north 39 deg, 3il min I, 9 poles, 3 links; thence north 35 deg, 30 min west, 8 north 60 d 43 mill ( asi, 9 poies, a iinKs; inence north 35 deg, 30 min west, 8 links; itience north II deg,22 fwles; ihence south 30 deg, 30 min, -230 iioles; thence south 59 deg, 30 min west. 9 poles; Ihence south 90 deg. 30 min east, 31 fxnrs, 7 links U) the place of beginning: containing 14 acres,‘2 quarters and G poles; si-e l-ook G, No 1. To lie sold as the rirorier-ly of James Arinsirong and Samuel Armstrong, at the suit of N. Long worth. Valued «0. #l 200. Also—A certaiffhouseand I*t of land, situated in the city ofCliicinnaii, commencing on the south side f)fSi.\lh 81, between Walnut and Vine .?is, at the north we.?i corner of Jolin Smith’s lot; running thence west on Sixth street ‘28 feet to a lot of- Lake, and extending back the same width, at right angles, ninety-seven feet with the improvements, Xc. To be sold as the property of John O. Clark, at the suit of Auuusiu? Cleveland and George Lewis, and William Fairi.ian, a.i'enl, J. O. Clark und H. G. Phillips. Valued at ¿4,000. Also—All that certain lot of land, lying and being in Cincinnati, in the sub-division of lot.? made by Benjamin 31. and Johii.H. Piatt, in said city, being hHor part of lot nunsbersix, hi sijuare No 5, of said sub-division, fronting on the west side of Kaco street 324 <Pei. and runiiin<' bark 90 feel loan alley, with the imi.rovements thereto belonging. Taken in execution, os the pmperiy of Andrew R. Hardin, at the suit of George Conclin, et ul— A'alued at «J75U. Also—All that certain piece of gr und, in the western part of Cincinnati, (deeded, by compl’ni and I) H Horne, to Chales Leliinau, who deeded to said Cooper,) on the wi 81 side of the iMill-crrek road, on the high bank, east of 3Iill-crerk, lying on the road where it makes the turn and rups northwanlly hefore it makes a second turn into the 31ill-creek boiiom Ui cross the creek at the ford, commencing 30 feet north of N. Longworih’s premises in the hue ot the fence;4ihench northerly along said fence, and in the line of the road 50H feet ahd the same width rigliiangles,from the roa 1 4(«Oie-,t,being the same premises then occupied bv Richard 3Jalally, and having a brick house thereon. To be sold us the pro|>erty of James Cot>per, at the suit of Nichola.? Ixingworth, against said Cooper and others. Valued at ®4,(i(X). Also—Those two lots of ground, in Cincinnati, on the east side of Vine street, nonh of the canal, in Jos. S. eiiham’s subd iwision, and numbered on his recorded plat 67 and 77; each twenty-five feet in fronu ¡nid one h und red feet deep, with the appertenances. To be s-jld a.sihe pro|>erty of Evan Todhuuier, at the suit of Nicho, las Lougworth ® -. shall e SHERIFF’S SALE. STATE OF OHIO, ] Hamilton county,' ’RSU.ANT to the command of an order upon a writ of Partition from the Court of Common Pleas, I ¡11 expose to public sale at the door of the court house, in Cincinnati, On the 583d day of April, 1640, At II o’clock. .A M, all that lot-of gnuind situate on the northeast corner of Main and Franklin streets, in the city of Cincinnati, county of HamilDn, aud slate of Ohio, and measures twenty-five feel in front on Main st, and extending l>ack easiwardly along the north side of Franklin st the same width in rear as front, ninety feet, to a ten fool- alley, with the appurtenances. To be sold as the prrperty of Benjamin Drake, at the salt of Harvey Hall on an order for Partition of Real Estate. Valued at the sum of ®1'250 mar 23 3PHs___JOHN    C. A VKRV, Sheriff. SHERIFF’S SALE.    ^ THE SI ATE OF OHIO, Hamilton county, "S^URSL^ANT to the command of sundry executions yf from ih.'.Superior Court ot Cincinnaii, u> me directed, I w ill seii at the door of the court house in said county. On Ihe )tOth day of April, 1840, At 11 o’i lock,.A 31, fir cash, the following named Real Estate, VIZ. All the one undivided halfof fifteen acres of land in the township of M illc.-pek, on the corfxiraiton line, immediately north of the city of Cincinnati, and being the sati'e set off to the said Ed wiirtl.,D Alansfteld. bv the partition deed tieiween the heirs of Jared 31ansfiel(i, recorded in liiHik No 35, page 313, Hamilton county recorhe— with the appurtenances. To be sold in lots according to plat, as the property of E D Mansfield at the suit of lh« l.afayeite Bank of Cincinnaii, against said Mfcnsfleld, E W Chester, per valuation. See platón file,Xo. Also, the following described house and lot of land, situate at the nonhwesi corner of Woodward and Broadway SIS, in Cincinnaii; being a brick house and the lea.seiiold interest therein, of the said John Petit, in iho^ said lot of land, .and is the same pn>;.ertv now occupied by ; mea.'nriiig t weniy-five feet on'ihe westsideof Broadway, and umeiy-five feet on the north side of Woodward st; with the appurtenances, 'l o be sold as the property of John Petit, at the sail of J..seph SchoonoverV Valued at ®11(IU. Also, all that certain lot of land abont (‘2(X) ft) two hundred feet rqiiare, w ith the bnihlings thereon at the southeast comer of Th‘rd and Plum street in (Cincinnati, known as Talem’s Foundry. Valued al®15(J0. Also, a lot of land rn Cincinnati,on Third street, ne r Park st, fronting on the north side of 1 hird street twenty five feet; extending back northerly one hundred and fifty four feel to an alley as conveyed to Charles Taieni. by John Jame.?, jr , adj.iining the west side ol a lot ffirmerly owned by S iinuel Tiel and east by J. G. Worthington^ lot. Vaiued at ®90O. Also—A lot of land ia Cincinnati, part of Jot No 301, in the south wesi corner of Elm and Second streets, being one hundred feel front on Second street; and fifty feet deep, as conveyed lo t liarles Tatem, by deed dated lOih Ocmber, 16.38, recorded in Bivik No 55 r>ago 97, formeiiy owned by John Tatem. Valued at #900 Also—A lot of land in Cincinnaii, on Third and FnnrtK streets, west of .“:mrtb street, fronting on tWe «orb sideof Third street, two hundred an.i iweuty feet, (*2-2ti,) exteiid-ii,e hacu noritierly about lour humLred feet to Fourth Btreei, lioumled west by the premises of W. Ogden; torm-erly James H.Speers, with the appurtenances. To- bw sold as the properly of Willis Tatem, and others, at tha suit of the Presioeiit .md Directors of the Lafayette march 21 JOHN C AVERY, fedierifl’H. C. 2lts , CU3131ÍSÍÍ910N EK^ SALE." Valuable Business Stand. ON MONDAY, the 6ih of April, at 12 o’clock. M !• will . xjKise at jiiibii sale, at the Court House door. the valuable store, viz; The lot of ground, and improvements thereon, measuring twenty feel in Inmi on the east side of 3Iain st., and extending back easiwardly, the same width in rear as in front, parallel with, and thirty feet south oftheMi-ami Canal, seventy feel: -subject lo iispropotion of a certain ground rent to N. G. Pendleton, Trustee of the heirs of Hunt. Appraisemciil 85(KK). Terms cash . EDWARD D. -MANhFlKLD, march 7 21tf    Master Corntnissioner. ”    '    jbllKRlFF’S    SAGE. T~^ THE SITATE OF OHIO, ( Hamilton county, ( Y command of a Decree in Chancery, to me direct? 13 eit,from the Supreme Conn of the Stale of Ohlo^ for Hamilton county, 1 shall offi r fop salé at the dour of the Court House in Cincinnaii, on the 16(/t day of April, A. 1)., 1810, ot 11 o’clock, A M, the following Real Estate, viz: All that lot of Land, lying and being in the, city of Cincinnati, beyinning el a point qn llie south side oft Lower Market sircei, on the east line of lot No. thirty- ' two (;t2)oa llie original plan of said city; thence west48 feet 6 inches along the line of Lower 31arkei si; thence soutli on a line parallel wiih Sycamore street 102 feet more or, to the north side of an alley between the pn>i>erty of llie Bank of the United State.? and Patrick Dukey’s heirs; ihciice east along .?uid alley 4K feet 6 in# ches lo the ea.?i end of lot No thirtya'me; ihence north along the east line of lot No. iliirty oiie to the rdace of beginning. To be sold as the property of the Bai>k of the United Slates at the suit of Mary Dunseih— Valued at ®1U,0U0.    ^ mar 7 ‘21is    JOHN    C. AVERY, SherifT. feb‘20 7lf RANDAL H. RICKEY', GENERAL FURNISHING UNDERTAKER, W Y ESIDENCE, Fourjh street, four doors east of Syca-jLm/ more. Hearse, Carriages and Horses, with careful drivers. Every requisite for Fanerals lurnished. t^‘20    7rf 10 For feb 18 WINES, &.C. BBLS Old Madeira Wine; 5 do    do    Sherry    do; 5 do    do    Pi>rt    do; 6 do    riu    Si Lucar    do; 5 do    do    Brandy,    Seignetie; Champaigne aud Hock Wines, ale by    D. T. DISNEY. 5tf A HOUSE TO RENT, ON THE WALNUT HILLS, ^"iONTAINlNG 12 rooms, a hall, good cellar, a good well and cistern, und fitted up with every convenience for the residence of a genteel family; a good garden, stables, carri.ti;e house, Xc., with oi.e acre aud a halfof land, adjeinine the Lane Seminary properly. Apply to    TII03IAS    E31EKV, Fourth street, mar 2 1671m    or,    Mr.    ELY,    on the premises. of Jacob Baum.-al the suit ____ Company of Cincinnati and others Valued ¡U ® ,    ,    J.    C.    AVERY,    Shentr, And Special Master Cominiasiuo^-r in Chancery, mar 7    21ts CO.MMISSION’ER’S S-dLE OF REAL ESTATE. r^URSUAXT to the command of a decretal order of the .Superior Court of Cincinnaii, in the (bounty of Hamilum an<( .?tate of Ohio, I will expose to sale at pul>-lic auciio», at the dour of the Court House in said Coun-iy,on Monday, the 20th day of April, 1840, At 12 o’clock, 31., the following described Real Estate, lo wit; All those certain lots or parcels of land, above the city of Cincinnati, and within the County of Hamilton and stateol Ohio; in ihe>uUiivision .f lots made by Alexander Vance, in the town of Vaneev,lie, as recorded in Book No 4-1, page 322 of the records of said County, and mure particularly described as follows; lx)i No one, contaiuing 2 acres, 1 rood, 1 perch; aprrais ed at «20(1. lo)i No two, containing 2 acres, 1 rood, 1 perch; appraised at ®2uO.    >    ee three, containing 2 acres, 1 roo-I, situate north of Ihird street; appraised alt-200. Lot No Twelve; appraised at #75. Lot No thirteen; do do Lot No fourteen; do do. Situate south of Front street and the Alley and west of Broad street;, bou nr* ed on the south by the Ohio river, each mea^ring ‘25 f^t front. To be sold at the suit of Crafts J. Wright vs. Moses M. Weimore, and H. Starr. EDWARD WOODRUFF, Master Commissioner in Cbancrry. mar 20    34.10, HIDES, OIL AND LEATHER. 1 Oí? BBL.S best nualiiy Taners’ Oil; AV-’A' 5b<i Light Upi»per Leather Hides an«f Kip Hkilia, salted; 1.45 dozen Sheep Skins, for padding and shoe lining; 48 do Bark Tanned Ku.?sei Skins, for Saddlers’ lastniiiL's; 43 do 31''rocco ;ind Kid Skins, Eastern tanned; 57(0 II s Welch and Scotch Ch aring Stone-nualitv' *"    Couriers’ Tool, of the Lest. All the abo ve articles sold on good terms for c¿sh. at ^ BALDWIN’8 Leather Store, No 108 5Iain, tieiween Third ahd 1-ourth streets, 1 doors below Com’l Bank. ier 19 55lf I ULOTHING going.CHEAP. informs his friend» _j and the public generally, that he will sell for a few weeks only, tne remuiiider of hi.? slock of ready-made’^ clothing-con-sisting of Fmck and Dress Coats, Pains and' \p.si8. .4? every garment IS made and trimmed in good‘ style, they are warramed lo give satisfaction, and at price? to suit the purcha.ser.    « Jf. B.—.411 iliose who are indebted to the subscriber are hequFBied to tiMke iininedtu e pavinem, and all that pave f1e»namls agaiim luin will please pr<sent them lor ayiiient.    ^ Garments made and trimmed in good style Third sireei, between Main and Walnut. mar 3 17-Im G. W. BROOK.S, PLU31BEK, PU.VP AND HYDRANT MAKER, RESPECTFULI.Y iinforms his friends and the public geiierally, that he has taken the stand lately occupied by his late brother, P. Hrooks, on Fifth, east of Mam, where ho intends continuing the same business in all its numerous liranches. From his long experience in ' the business, he hopes, by strict attention, lo merit the approbation of those who employ him. He has on band, and will furnijs,h Lead Pipes,Ci.(.inical Apparatus, Waleir Closeis, Baihsand Punq).?. Orders from the country will bo executed with neaC-iioa? and di'S|iatcb. _mar 9 -F.’-Ini NERVE A I» BONE LINTMENT, PREPARED BY THO.MASt S BUTLER, C IN ' fI F30K Rheumatism, Bruises^prains, Xc., »<>d for all disonlers requiring a siiinuUling, r-*“eirating, embrocation. For sale by Goodwin X C», Druggists. Samuel P»Rdsal,    do Wm..3! vV'oolset,    do C. ry. Smank X Co,    do l.Rakmacs,    do mar 9    ojif " b.oráñgk; UPHOLhTERER, FEA THER-BED . A XD MATTRESS .MANUFACTURER, Corner 'Third und Sycamore streets, ClNcflNNATB. Also—All that certain lot of land, in the subdivision of lots, made by the heirs of 3Iarlin Baum, deceas* d, viz; Lots number iwemy-four, east of the canal, and briwt-en Lock street and the ciual, being sixty feet from ori Lock SenTn execut/on m ?hTprTtÍ^‘rt/á    pillows,    pillow-slips,    blanket.,    sheet», 111 of the Firemen’s In-uraiice C-:HUR('H Pewsneaily lined and cushionctl. ■' On hand liair, moss and fiusk mattresses, feather- 4 *»*Carpet« cut out, made and filleíí lo rooms. Tbe .«ulisc.rilier returns his thanks lo his friends and cusicmers, for the liberal encouraceuient he has received herelof >re,and re.?j)ecifuHy solicit»» continuance of their favors. Every thing in the furnishing line can beobuin-ed on the snurtest notice and most reasonable terms ________  B.    ORANGE. KK3IOV'AI* CABINE’T WARE ROOMS. TMYHE subscriber, grateful f.r former patronage, re-specifully infuriiis the public that he ha» rehmved Ins ware rooms to the new brick building. North west corner of Sycainoru and Third street».    i* A large and splendid ass<irtnient of CABINE r FUKNITURE, kept constantly on hand.    ▼ Eleg.-tni marble Utp sideboards, Uiilets and dteaaing bureaus; m rble lop and mahogany center tables: spring seal sofas; niaht^any wardrobes; s.'cretaries’and bookcases; look ing-glas-ses; ch iirs and bedstead» and every article in the furnishing line.    G    G. BOWEN- N B —Mr. B. Orangfe’ii Upholstery and 3Iattr#p Mao» factory, is next tliMir to the wmré-rt?>m», and in connec tion, they are prejwred to luriiish every aniel» of ubinr and slaie-ro'.un Furniture.    ~ mas 9 lOlf CINCI.'iNATI CHAIR AIANUFACTORT. RE3IOVAL. The subscriber has removed his Chair Mano&ctorji from Columbia stn-ei. to the new buildings on Sjv caixiore street, two doors above Third. He has now on hand, and is cunstanlly manufactur-' Ine, in the best style, from the best materials, all kinds of Windsor and Fancy Chaifs; targe Hocking Chain, Ac. Ho is, likewise, prcftared la supply every thing in tb» furnishing line, upou.ih» most raasonabl* teroM. mar 9 'XUÍ    JOHN    PFATF,

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The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!