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Literary Cadet And Cheap City Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 20, 1820, Cincinnati, Ohio SSlECim rOM fÉt^ , W WMAN. ■ 1^-lhc tone of Mr». Robhwon»* wcH Vtmm wng, “ Jhaoe Wdtím, dmrUf Wd tktej? Fit»l tP thee, b gejrtltJ'iapMWfe, Let the báhí in»pinqd ting) Sooite of <Mí^ esrtbljr pksswe, MIrth for ew oo the wmg. Oh! ^hen m»n, subdued by »dnea*, HeoKb fomkes hit p»te, vrwi eheek j Or when roused to fiery nwdneel, Tbmi art ever kbd and Block. Let disease, b madness thriHbg, SbAe in agony his Bea^b eya, m ^y filling, Dra^ a toN', and stUls the sbam. Let fierce BB«r, wiWly rtging, Burst lie i^t’nbg irtim his eye, Tender womanSi breast, assw^g, Stais &e teniiiest wiih a a^gh Let misfortuno, care, or trouble, ' ^ Press, m terror, on the breast, , V prose mortalky—a bobWe— Prove Mí» a orid—a foe to rest, Still her samted, kbd earesses, < Snoth to rest the heswt of wo, ' Cabo this troublous world’s distresses, Pany withering sorrow^ blow. Lovely woman ? to thy praises, Hear the bard euraptui-’d sing j Mftythehnmblestrwnsherabes, " To respondbg welcomes ring. ^ ^ May his theme, through'ev’ty nation. Gratitude to man impart} 'T* the ardent, true oblation .    . Of an ever-giatefiil heart. 1'    TO    A quiD-Nü»C. Nav, prrthce leave that doleiul phia, In trtrth*YOU tot* a rery quiz Of h'ypocoodrlae sorrow | When tlimgs are at their worst, my friend, ’I'is wisely Uiought that they miHt mend, Periúps they’ll mend to*iaorrow. If not to-morron—then the next, And if not then—why, be not vest, You thus will cheat the detil, Who, not content with present Ub, Each qtiid-nunc’s brain with terror fills, Forebodbg future evil. And whv, my friend, this constant fidget, To turn'and twist finaocial budget, P»tz*lifq5 for ways and means”? Large meana’.» to pundwae eatc are vouia, By “ ways” bestrew’d wHb blooming How’rs 5 Tlicn, I pr’yihec save tby.brabs. 1 grant ’tis hard to tat our polls. It grieves my heart, that tax on souls ;* But ridicule ho merits, Who, wlien each fcmly’t sore cqjprest, Bv hnpasts, loans, oonwriptiona^iest. Would tax “ domettic tpiritt” • Tax on leather. REVIEW. The Mariher ; a Pom, in two Cantos •^By Archihidd Johnston: duodecimo, 152 pages. Sold by A. F. Ferguson, ATo. 136, Afain street, Cincinnati. 'fhe subject of this poem has been well chosen: tiie origin, process, utility, and hazards of the art of navigation, aflM an abundance of topics, which are susceptible of being treated with the highest poetical effect. 'Hie mere history of the art itself, is in the highest degree curious, interesting and instructive: and the life of a sailor is perliaps more fruitful in singular and perilous incidents and adventures, than the career of an individual in a^ other profession. But the author of “ The Mariner,” though he has given us an historical deduction of the art, from the earliest jieriod of its rude essays, down to the perfection which it has attained in our own country, has not conñned himself to matters strictly and exclusively nautical, but has indulged his discursive taste and ingenuity on a variety of topics, naturally connected with his main design. 'rhe poetical merit of the work, though considerable, is not in our opinion, of the highest order: it is not one of the s^ndard works of genius, that are destined to form a select body of American classics, to which our citizens may refer with pride and exultation, as the evidences of distinguished poetical and literary genius in tiieir countrymen. The great mass of the literature of every nation is not entitled to this enviable distinction. Pre-eminen merit implies a greater body of inferior worth. But tlie taste, the imagination, the patriotic sentiment, and the intelligence displayed in this poem, entitle it to & atr tention of the general reailer, and render it worthy of a place in the library of an American citizen. llie versification is generally very good, and in i^ome places uncommonly smooth, harmonious, and elegant; but m others, it is harsh and defective; and the author has too frequently been content with imperfect rhymes, which form very striking blemishes in polislied poetry, and whicli ouglit not to be tolerated in any thing but the burlesque. The volume condudes with a coliecrion of miscellaneous pieces, in some of which there is perhaps greater merit, than in any part of the principal productlou. There is one consideration, which ought never to be forgotten by the purchasers of books, and the patrons of literature in this country—it is the encouratsment, which ought to be ¡pYtn to the productions of American genius—not merely because they are written in this country; but be cause they Aou nd in. the sentiment and information, which an American citizen should p<»sess. They tend to establish an uniformity of principles and views in our citizens, and to create a national character, patriotic spirit, and turn of thinking, in harmony with our circumstances and republican institutions. It is for this reason a great misfbrtune to be without a national literature, 'fhe importation of our books from foreign countries, must necessarily cause our cJtipns to imbibe foreign*sentiment8 and prejudices, which are far from being congenial to our liberties and national mtwasts. From the circumstance of our literatiu^ being chiefly derived from Great Britain, OUT education and reading are better calculated in many respects to make us Bntish sul^ects than American citizens. It 18 in this way only, that we can account for the fach that so many of the most learned and intelligent men in the United States have been so deeply tinctured with British prejudices and partialities, It istiierefore highly imporhint, that we should become independent of Britain, and every other country, to as great a degree as possible, in this article: and although we may not yet be able to boast of works possessing the highest merit, which would enable us to dispense with the best works of foreign origin, yet we are fully competent to supply ourselves with’ works of that grade, which constitute tiie great mass of literature in every country. If American authors were properly encouraged by their fellow-citizens, they would soon give us such a supply of domestic literature, both in Suality and quantity, as would supersede ie importation and use of the great mass of British works, from which we now derive alike our information, amusement, and contamination.* 'Fhe American, who devotes the labors of his life, to achieve for his country this species of independence, is entitled to her warmest mtitude, and most liberal patronage. He contributes mwe effectually to her real independence and grandeur, tiuui the splendid hero of the sword, who is so liberally honored, and enthusiastically admired for his achievements in the field. The power of the sword can establish nothing more than our physical independence: it cannot make us free in mina and principle; it is reserved for the triumphs of domestic literature to enable us to think and fed as freemen. 'Fhe little volume, which is now under consideration, and every other American work of equal merit, is a valuable acquisition, under this view of the case. Large quantities of the light productions of the ¿ritish press, may be mund in our libraries, which are in no respect superior to it in literary merit, and to which it ought therefore unquestionably to be preferred. TAJÍÍfI».8.V01íi. 4f| BAWaStS TANNERS’on., lU Just received and oBiredfw sale fay Vigour, Taylor Cowan. jBRwryZ, 8tf . OliD TOBACCO, llionipson Neave ij fttjfliers, F wd DU luuid a l«r|^ stock qf 3A.auai<wtaTe& Tobacco, Of last ■eMOii’s manufactoi e, and of an C|ioelleQt qualhj. Januarjr 5,1890;.    7tf Boctoi C^UBW.Trimbleq HAS commenced the practice of mé-dicine in Cmcinnati. His Office U at No. 188^ Mui» stree^ a’few doors above the Bank of Cincinnati. January la, 1800.    ..    8tf Just jeceived and for sale by SMITH §■ LOnVW, No.    corner of Main and Front streets, on consignment, • , roo feet Mahogwj crotch Veneer*, of auperior qualHjr,    . A sraall qaairt^ of TuAéy Oil Stones, 40 bo.vei Shaving Soap, 6 bales prime .iLABJlMJl COTTOAt. N. B. Hasine aWge and ooraraodióu» WAREHOUSE sukabte for storage, and very convenient to the river, they aolioit tiie wbllo patronage. Cioemnoti, Jannary 3,1820.    7tf HAYDEN ft Al^, At their Auction and Commission Store, J^W, Main stmt, HAVE fOn SALE, 10 chests superior Young Hyson Te«i 10 bbls. do. Coffee, 10 b^ Black Pepper, 40 sides SpAniah SmI Leather, 20 trunks ^oes, assorted, 15 kegs Butter, in shipping order, 180 “ manufactured Ttdmcco, Gin, Jamaica Rum, Wine, Alabama Cotton, &c. Janiiaiy 3,1890.    7ti STORAGE ft COMMISSION WAREHOUSE, No. and 136, Mún street. THE subscriber has just received a vary Iww: con8%nment of GOODS, which will be sidd at Pni' ladelidita prices, addtogthe ctMnmiwkm, namely: 50 pair Bran AndlroM, assarted, 30 do. bnws modftted Shovels and Tongs, 10 doz. soonee frame Looking GIancs, 8 do. extra large mahogany frame do, 100 pieeai Bmnbnetts, aascKted coIch*, 50 doz. hmm and mock sltell Combs, 10 cto. long bent do.    do. 10 do. do. ornamented    do. 30 do. mock shell Side Combs, 84 do. Dressing Combs, 30 do. superior Tortoise Shell Tucking Combs, 80 do.    n do. long bent    . do. 90 do.    do.    .* side    do. SO do. Ivory Combs, assorted sizes, 30 do. ^loe Brulfoes, 80 do. Scrubbing,8weepii^&WUitewaBlt Brodies 4 do. DrawfcigKntvci, 4 boxes iMst quality Súew Augers, asemrted. ALSO, OH^RARÚ, A very large aseortioent of Half and FuU Bonnd BJUA/V books, of att siaes and for all purposes, ruled and unruled, copy of CtoegoryH Dictionary of A^ and Sciences, 3 vola. VKhh plates, Pocket, Receipt and memmandum Books, Scales, Didders, fell oases Plotting Inatruraenti, School Books of aU kincte, and Spcfiing Books by the PHILLIPS ft SPEER, No. 17, Main street, HAVE just received a large additkm to their ftwtoer stock of nnoTxa, In the various departments of literature. They liave also a few^r of and 18 inch Globes. Also on hand, a large supply of GIUnN’8 paper, whicli they arc propiuxHl to make up into BLAJ^K BOOKS, of any size and pattoru that may be required, at tiie sliortest notice and m the best manner, with ur without Russia bands. Also, SrV.iTIOA'AKY of every tleseripti» nrj» All the above at the nuMi reaaunabto prices. January 3,1890.    7tf STORAGE AND C0]VIMI88I0N HOUSE. THOMPSON NEA^ & BROTHERS, Contioue the Storage and Commission Business At the Old Stand of JEREMIAH JS'EAVE ^ SOX. Cincinnati, January, 1820.    7tf E-Wgonc, T«j\«t & Covjan. AUCTIONEERS ASJy Commission Merchants, CINCINNATI, OHIO, Transact all kinds of business in their line with the utmost promptitude and despatch ; and from tneir strict attention to Dusiness, flatter themselves to merit-a share of {mblic encouragement reperences.    ^ Mewrs. Goodman h Seville, Bottm. John Grabam k Co. JVew-lbrfc. Wifatar, Price & Wialai’, Peter Graham k Co.    | .PhUaddphia AaroU Denman, Esii.    3 John Brand, Esq. Lexington, JTy. James Petei* k Co. l/ndexdk, Ky. New Auctioa and Commission 8T0YIE. THE anbacribcrs reujKictfellT inform their frtendc and tlie publk:, tiiat they have taken tiiat huge «mí convenient brick Mot e, No. 11, Main one door below Front atreet, fin* the purpocc of tranmcting tiie AUCTION & CO.MWSSIOA' BUSI.VtSS, in all its various bi-anches. A11 bukiuen in their line will be transacted with prmuptnesK, and on the luost rcaMmablc termc. A tiiare of public imtronage is respcrtiuliv snlwited. HAYDEX ^ AVBIX. Ckicliinati, November 80,1819.    7tf AUCTION aivD Commission business. COPARTNERSHIP. THE mibscribeni have formed a cuunection for the tranaartinn of tiie Auction atui CoitmUaion bu~ mtim, under the firm of Kilgour, Taylor k Cowan, At Xo. 15, Wed Front street, next door Mow the Washington Hall. From tin- «triet attentírat wim whirh th«y pifiige tia inkchea to execute all orden ami euaMgnroeuts, tiiej hope Ui merit a iliare of puldir patitHMge. DAVID KU.GOCIÍ, GRIFFIN TAYUJH, JOHN T, COWAN. Cincinnati, November 3,1819.    7tf Haul Times! Save your RAGS!! PHILLIPS SPEER, B(K)KSELLER9, Xb. 17, Main street, Cincinnati, Will give CASH for any quantity of clean linen and Cotton WAGS. Jam«iy 3,1181).    7tf NO'nCE. THE tuhacriben bebg about to cIok their late businen, inform thoae iadL’btcd to them, that unlen their demands arc paid pi'evious to the tenth itutant they will be left with an attorney fiir collection. HAYDEN & AUBIN. Ctncmnati, Januaiy 3,1880. REMOVAL. DOCTOW~WOeEWS Mas KSTABlllHtn HIB Office on Main street^ Xext door below the Bank of Cincinnati Where liis undivided atteatioo is given to Ids prnfeMÍonal doties. He will attend to difiicaH eases in the country t eu^iallr wlien Important Surgical Operations may be ueoeaMoy. BiuúncM of tliat kind iu the cky rrcem* from him die most particular and aaiidiUNU uUeiitiou, Cincinnati, lleccmber 10,1819. TWOTTEW’8 TOWDEW Thouipaon Neave ft BroUiera, Alwayi keep on hand TROTPEIVS GLAZED POWDER, Warranted superior to any iMde in th United States. CineiiiiMiti, January, 1190. Tlf MR. GREEN, SURGEOX DEX'flST, Holds his office at the Green Tree Hotc M. 20, Eront street, Where ho operatet fiw eVery (liieqfK hiekleat to tiie Tevdi aitd Gunu. Childrtu’a Tiaeth regulatod | nod fo all cases ailviae gratis. lAdiea and Gentlemen attended at their retideneoa. Dentrifiee, 'Pmtb-Arhi Pills,Mtá Odon talgic Tincture. Prepared Liniment for nervous affections of the face. Cbrómati, Uueambrr 87,1810.    1-30 docbn, 60 reams Foohcap ami Letter Paper, 90 kegs oid mant&ctured Tobaeeo, 4 IS banrels best proof Whiskey. A. F. FER6U80X. Ckieianati, January 10,1890.    8-10 Plants. Thompson Netrve & Brothers, HAVE on hand a large arid very general assortment of English and Pittsburgh BENCH and 7X1T k    Q MOULDING s Jr JuAin Ji Of superior quality to any before <^ned in this cky. Cincinnati, Jatauuy, 1880. 8JA1TM & liOWWfO, INFORM their customet* and the public bi general, that they have returned to.their old stand, Ko. 7, Comer of Main and Front streets, In the new brick budding, Wlmrc tiiey intend keepiag a general aMHimflBtaf GROCERIES, Suitable for town and country. They have now on hand, 8 chests Young Hyson Tea, 10 bags Green Coffee, 15 kegs (prime) Groimd Ginger, 90 tioxee Chocolate, 800 lbs. Cassia, CtoveSj lae Brandy, leiraWine by tiae gallon, do. do. in bottles, Hrdland and Country Gin, Wliiskey and Peach Brandy, Vinegar and Lime Juice, Loaf and Orleaas 8t^, -8000 Iba. Cheeae, Shad and Mackerel,    ^ Salmon by the hidf bbU or keg, . 3 tOM amorted Caatings, 3 „ do. Juuiatts Iron, 700 lbs. Sheet Lead, 90 kegs Gun and Rifle Powder,* marited F, wammtod supettor to any C. FF, k in tUa market,    J FPP, A general aaMMiment of Cordi^, Two lai^ Cables, suit|il)le for steam boots or btiges. The above articles wdl be sold low for catk. Cincinnati, Januaiy 3,1880.    Ttf MOSES & JONAS^ Lkenaed JSMimmrs, Cmmmim Merchawts ^ PawnBrokm, ^ 183, MAIN STREET, Three doors below the Upper Market plaee, RESPECTFULLY inform foe cHi-zens of Cincionati and its vicinity, that they have commenced business hi the a-bove branches, and hope, by strict attention and integrity^ to merit the approbation of those who may entrust then with their 'cooimands. Advance given on goods taken in far sale. A continual and general supply of GOODS for shle. Country marclnnts tupplyed on the meat reasonable terms. Cincinnati, January 10,1880.    8-10 Wook auA PTintiug. Looker^ Reynolds k Go. Xb. 108, Main street, HAVE in their Oifice a great vark-fy uf iuqifiapnie And are felly preparrd to execute all kindi of ttftttt ptcll ^rintina, OQ a short BotiM, in the Imrt maimer, ut tiw uaudl prfov Tliey keep on hand a lupply of superforCÁRD3. and (JAP and LRTTT.R PAPRK, for the piu^ nf being at all times ready to piiht Cireubtre, Cards, Promissory Xtíkí, 5*c. They have for idle, well prbitwl uq /Ine paper, Blank Deeds and Mortgage^, Bills of Ladio^ Che^ on all the Banka in tbo aity Magistrates'UinHs, of all fomfo Apprentices Indentures, fcc.8u:. Cineianiiti, Jaaumy 3,18'¿0.    Ttf -

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