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Mercantile Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 9, 1826, Cincinnati, OhioPublished by Browne k Warren 91, map Street. No. The mercantile daily will he published every morning sundays except �4 on a super Royal Sheet a Large As any in this City and delivered immediately to Sute scribers Price eight dollars per Naoum Paya my quarterly in Advance t or at the rate of ten dollars per annul if not paid in Advance. Advertisements which Are respectfully solicit Vili be inserted on reasonable terms. Quot proposals Tor publishing in the City of Cincinnati a daily y fat Ewe paper to be entitled the a mercantile daily advertiser. By s. J. Browne the h. Warren. From the Liberal pm tron Are afforded to the publication of s daily half Sheet in this City urn ill a disposition always manifested by the mercantile and trading classes to Foster the undertaking of such objects As Are calculated to promote their interest it is believed that a daily paper of full Sise would be acceptable to the people of Cincinnati. In a City rapidly increasing in its number of inhabitants As Well As in its commercial manufacturing and mechanical business to those engaged in these branches of Industry the daily c a Minan cation of foreign and Domestic intelligence connected with their professions is highly important. The object of this paper will therefore be to furnish Early on every morning the news that May arrive by a the mails or other conveyancer the preceding evening. It will be printed on a Large sited super Royal Sheet and the editor will make it their leading object to promote the interests of Commerce and manufactures by giving regularly the prices current in the principal cities of the United Stater such As Boston Bew York Philadelphia. Baltimore and me or Leanty including the rate of Exchange and the Money and other markets in Europe. Also the arrived and departure of steam boats and other watercraft the prices of freight and be the Export Ami import of Cincinnati and the Western country generally the rates of insurance the Rise and fall of stocks and moneyed institutions As far As they May be interesting to the commercial and manufacturing concerns of this country. The mercantile daily advertiser it is. Tended principally at a business paper it is thought however that a daily journal of this size will afford ample room for the publication of interesting local occurrences important Law Cates As Well As All necessary discussion of political subjects without interfering with the main object. In the latter department the editors will pursue a Frank and Liberal a nurse avoiding editorial contentions us tiresome and a edifying. Approving of the policy of the present administration of the general government and of this state the proms Dent measures of each As far As at present developed will receive their cordial support. But their columns shall he open at All times for a fair and candid investigation of the merits of dates for Public offices to whatever party May he attached m Bales prime Tennessee cots toys just received per steam boats Geni Marion and Cincinnati and Lor sate by w. B. Wilson a co. July 27,-1826. I �9 4, Nobles Row. Oswald warb2hgtoh, re8pectfui.Ly informs the citizens of Cincinnati that he intend to Opeo a school on monday the 31 in or. For the instruction of youth in Reading writing arithmetic and English grammar together with geography and Book flatter him self from his experience in those branches of learning he will he Able to give satisfaction to those who May entrust their children to i care. Terms from three to five dollars per Quarter. The so tool room is on fourth Street near the College. A few scholars can be received in Ohi family a boarders at his House on. Walnut Between Fuifui and sixth Street. Co Quot specimens of Plain am ornamental penmanship can be seen at the school room. Jplv27f 1826. A 29 n. B. To rent a stable with stalls for three horses adjoining the residence of a. Warington. V Bowel complaints. Ail Cogswell m. Offers his pro Fei tonal services to the citizens of Gin being a stranger to having Cannati and its Vicinity them he deems it proper to state that frequently observed the in Eaic Inest inefficiency of common medicines in Many diseases he was induced to t urn his attention to the medical qualities of the vegetable productions of our own country whereby he has discovered remedies for Many diseases which under the Ordinary Mode of treatment prove incurable. From an extensive experience in the Bowel complaint which Are so prevalent and so fatal at this season he is enabled to slate with Confidence that he can effect a speedy cure in such cases. Ulcers no legs of lot on the legs is tin baffle Long standing frequently the skill of Many physicians and prove very these he has never failed to troublesome cure. Or. Cogswell a office is in the upper Market space three doors from main Street Over or. Vail a store where he is ready to attend to the Maori eco physic and surgery in All its rho 1 i branches. He can give satisfactory testimonials As to character and abilities from the most respectable sources to satisfy the Public of i s a Bili to to perform wha t he professes he Only asks those interested to give him a trial. Cincinnati july 4,1826. 126-tf. Tooth hair the clothes brushes. Just received from Philadelphia an invoice of 3 and 4 rowed tooth brushes Silver wire Plain fiddle Back and Lafayette Bah brushes sat tin Wood Lafayette clothes brushes Crumb or table brushes Gilt backs coat Vest and Ball brushes. For Sale by a c. M Anson Tecco. No. 16, lower Market Street. Cin. July 20, 1826. 128 and 0th a for new Orleans. The steam boat Amert Cam Quot Arthur master will Cave the fall of Ohio for steam boat foe bits Alexander v Ance master continues to ply Between Cincinnati k Ijmte Stoe and Between Cincinnati and Wheeling. Her draft of water a very Small and there is to doubt hut she will continue to run during the summer months he boat is. In excellent order and every new Eta iry in provided for to contribute to the Comfort of passengers. A a a july 20, 1826. Fac to Windsor chair factory. Skinner late of to Wirra of it Skinner How dissolved take this Ojah it it Unity of returning thanks for former patronage shown to the late firm and of informing the that he has taken into partnership his brother Coran c. Skinner and have opened their shop on Columbia Street just above the theatre in the name of p. K c. C Skinner where they intend to keep on hand a general assortment of fancy Rush seat and Windsor chairs of the latest and most improved fashion. For neatness and durability they will not be surpassed by and in the Western country. I steam boats will be tarnished on the shortest notice. All order from a distance thankfully received and punctually attended to. Those wanting to furnish themselves will do Well to Call. 4 Cincinnati july 6th, 1826. .126-tf. Removed to Tui he Street. Have taken the Central and convenient dwelling for the better accommodation of the Community Between the residence of or. Lawrence and Lenry Raguet Esq. Opposite the Post office. July 13,1826. C. Munroe resident dentist. _127-Ly Natura l Minera l h a Ter. A very healthy natural Mineral water is procured from a Well situated in the state of Kentucky about four Miles South of Cincinnati. The water of t his Well is highly impregnated with several ingredients which at once entitle it to the attention of invalids As an agreeable and essential cathartic. The above mentioned water will be constantly kept on in in any Quantity by the subscribers at eur store no. 31, lower Market Street. They have made an arrangement with the owner of the Well to Supply them with the water when called on. They Are enabled to assure the Public that they can be supplied with that which is fresh and Good and in any Quantity for medical purposes and for family use. Gibson a Butcher. Clo. Aug. 1,1826. A. 131 John hol Lahb at the Green store no. 29, main Street Lias a full assortment of Ture foreign and Domestic liquors. Merchants of the country tavern keepers and retailers arc invited to Call and examine them. On hand a t this time i old Jamaica rum 11 Holland Gin French Daanoy st Groin rum or. Brandt West India bum old n. E. Do. Common do. Cherry do. American Gin common 1>o. Rose cordial cinnamon do. Aniseed do. Old London particular Wink Madeira do. Port do. Tenner efe do. do. Claret do. Mountain do. Currant do peach Brandy american do. cordial Techerry Bounce. Ipod Wink tie whole Nile i continue the wholesale grocery Ami a a Iron business at no. 10, lower Market Street and have now on hand 80 bids. Superior n. O. Sugar 219 bags prime Green Coffee 64 44 White logwood madder baskets Oil Boxen codfish do. Tea boxes do. 47 chests fresh y. H 114 half chests and catty 25 a a a a Imperial to too begs Junietta nails assorted 84 a a Eastern do. Do. Is tons Junietta bar Iron. August 3,1826. 130 1o0 bags Mottoh is hags Coffee 300 lbs. Spanish Soal leather 50 sides upper do. In Lea 20,000 la pig Lead 600 bits. Fher 100 44 August 24, 826. Whiskey. For Sale by Irwin amp Whiteman. 133 fir a team boat Cincinnati i wine do. Y. H. Tea bbl. Mac eral do. Rice a Copperas i be. Foe. Oysters fancy goods. Re the subscribers Bare just received at their a. Retail store is. X9,fori Street an assortment of fancy g���o8 Amono which Are super Black Nan keen crapes a a a Black and assorted colors Canton crapes 14 Black and White italian crapes w Black ass a. Coins. Fixed. Crape Robes 14 Crape i awed colors pc Fig a. Striped and shaded Gros de Naptes Rich colors Fig a. A?.� pm Black do. A Black sense awl 14 Black and ass a colors Sarc Netts 44 Block levantine 14 do. Mode 44 Fig a. And striped florentine 44 White and a ssh a colors Florences 44 Thule lace White and 44 silk velvets ass a. Colors Black and White sat ins 14 Bobinet lace my Gauze veils 14 Long uni gloves 14 Black and White silk Hose and gloves a a kid cd Tor York Tan fit Beaver gloves 14 fancy silk Jid Kos. Ass a. Qualities. A Layre assortment of Rich and line Rihn. Ats Ems Roith Tring Canvas White and Orange tec. With Aidi Ion of the above their assortment is now very general Ami the goods Are offered at of Price. J amp a. C. Brown. . 1826. 134 improved self sharpening Patent above port in All the month of september a this beat will be fitted say about the 20th. Up expressly for passengers and draws Only 25 inches water. For passage Only apply to y w. C. Rogers Cincinnati or to Rogers Cincinnati Muir k Ormsby Louisville. August 31, 1826. A 134 Obj mob fact obit. Of. Goforth respectfully informs the a Public that he has commenced the u welding of Tortoise Shell in the Brick House North West of main and six streets. Aav person who wish to have Combs repaired will be so Rood As to give me a Call. The work shall he done in the neatest manner and warranted to stand and not to be perceived where it was broken where Teeth a re broken out of the comb there shall be Teeth made out of the same Quality of Shell also when Combs Are fractured on the Back there shall be a piece put on which a Hail not be perceived. Combs will also be polished in the neatest style the backs of Combs will if re nit u re Quested be tamed Over in the neatest the the following is the certificate of Rev. Elijah Black in regard to its ingredients this is to certify that i Hare examined the gift end water raid to he contained in a Well situated about four Miles from this place on the Kentucky Side of the Ohio and find it to contain a Large amount of sulphate of magnesia or Epsom Salt a por lion of table Salt and a Small portion of Lime a Robardy some sulphate of soda and Lime Bese substance in the Quantity in which they Are detected will be found of essential service in various cases of the diseased if they use the above named water. E. Slack. July 26,1h2& also a Supply of tobacco Mackerel and oth groceries. Prozac of the country always received As Cash at the highest Market prices. Cim july 6,1826. 127-Ly yarns assorted numbers for to b. Hayden the co. Mai 4, 826. Cotton Sale by m Wolf it co. N addition to their former Stock have this pursued is generally approved by a great majority of the respectable part of Bis this Day received a Large assortment of a a j medicines work shall be done equal to any in the Rostern cities Kyj he will Shin keep on hand an assortment of Horn Combs of various qualities. Those wishing any of the above work will favor him with a Call highest Price Given at the comb factory for Cattles horns. N. P. G. July 20,1826. 126 painting and glazing it he subscriber offers hit thanks to i friends a tin fresh drugs which will be sold wholesale Ami retail at apothecaries Hall Corner of main and third Street.-, among which Are r morphine Musk Emetine genuine extract Cioc. Oil Valerian a. Ruth comp. Sulphate quinine pure do do quinine Oil Groton do do Vin. Tine. Catch Kura do Blue Pill mass Loudon do Otto roses do iodine a a do cold Micuta do port wine Madeira wine and cog Uniac Brandy of the Best Quality and Ute adulterated purchased expressly for the sick room. Also Patent medicines. Surgeons instruments tec. Tec. All of which will be sold Low for i physician May depend upon having prescription filled with neatness and accuracy june 15. 1826. /123-tf and the Public and will be glad to receive their orders at no. 129 Mai Street or at Bis residence on Sycamore Street three doors from the Corner of fourth Street on the left hand Side where at either place the orders will be attended to without delay. Simeon Churchill. March 10, 1825. 58 Boot st Shob Malcno. Jesse Onell has lately succeeded to the stand and Stock of boots u shoes of , no. 116, on main Street one door below the u. S. Branch Bank lie has just received from new York a fresh Supply of Morocco and will keep on hand a handsome assortment of ladies Morrocco shoes its the Ken a shoes and boots of every desert orders in his line will be thankful received and promptly attended to. Aug. 1q� 1836, 131-5w built and a pair of first rata Borses t d. Rork at i livery stable Corner of Sycamore and fifth streets. Jume 29,1826. M in do Eft Crimin do Bollada no do Micuta do Hille Borti nig do pentium do Butternut. Patriot oof be House. No. 18, South Side upper Market space. Or. Mad1ss returns his thanks for the very Liberal patronage Given him in the ate firm which being dissolved he a taken into partnership or. J. Longinotto who with himself will hereafter continue at the old staud and will exert themselves All in their Power to please those who May continue their favors. They have and will continue to keep on hand a great variety of confection Aries ice creams and the Best of liquors both foreign and Domestic and every other article in their of line. C. Mardiss Joseph Longinotto. Cincinnati Only 13,1826. 127-if doctor h Ashi office on my Rogers West fourth Street no. 4. Of the Bank Row of offices where he May be consulted lodges in his office. May Lith 1826._u8-12m. Liquorice Ball Tust received and of a Rale by j March 9 t. M. Cahman teco Genius of Universal emancipation. Volume ii. On e year has nearly a lapsed since the weekly publication of this work Eagle ploughs. The proprietor of the improved self sharpening Patent plough brings them be Foi e the Public with an Assurance of their being what be represents them to be. On a late occasion when a Bird of Gaudy plumage issued Handbill stating that his Patent ploughs 750 reams printing writing and wry Cal a Quot spew 5 Tom Juniatta iron100 kegs do. Nail and brads 50 Bales prime Tennessee Cotton 150 boxes glassware assorted 20 bags prime Green Coffee 200 bbl superfine floor for family me 10 44 country sugar 12 44 new Orleans sugar 2000 lbs. Cotton Yam 50 bbl. Kenya a Salt 10 Keg sad Iron a a a. 50 bbl. M of asses. Also tobacco a Lapice. Pepper Ginger Bonnet boards sieves shovels and Spades Gunpowder tec. Foe. For Sale at the lowest Market Price by we. B. Wilson k co. Augustjr 1826. L3l be. 4, Nobu Row. It cordials. Twenty dozen old Madeira i Flor this wine has had the Benefit of a voyage to the East indies and has keen highly approved by connoisseurs who recommend it As a very Superior wide. 40 dozen Madeira of different grades 20 44 Fine old fort wine 20 <4 port of different qualities. Fine cordials of different kinds in both ties and on draught. Madeira of various qualities Sicily port two the Nelfe wines on draught for Sale ire hence k Butler la Rem no. 2, Nobles Row. 32 a August 17, 1826. Rush a rom. D. Junes has this Day received in a v Assort it Tunt of Rush Blind Green and Plain for Sale at no. 3, Nobles Row. August 10, 1826. 131 pm j. Amp a. O. Brow1t, no. 12, main Street. Have just received and offer for Rale 100 Blu. A a a a a nos. 1,2 and 3 Mackerel 20 44 tanners Oil k5 bags Coffee 100 kegs Juniatta nails 120 44 Pittsburgh and Lexington Whitt his do had not the a a Rue led the subscriber to be very particular in the Anatomy of his Eagle ploughs and therefore adopted a plan to keep Clear of the various fevers and palsies which other ploughs May be subject to As Well As Bat i ploughs in going through the ground should be More firm and straight Forward neither Jar ring to the right or left. He believes the new improved self sharpening Eagle plough to be ble 2 tons bar and pig Lead 110 bags shot i 20 lids. Copperas 20 44 new Oreana sugar 200 bbl. Mess and prime pork in to cog Salt 300 bbl. Ken Hawa Salt 1 Ion Salt Peter 25 mils. Rosin 2000 lbs. Spanish sole leather 20 Doz. Upper leather cast English Blister Shear and american steel Spencer Cooper the cons and roman a powder a a madder rustic logwood see. Tec. Ctn. Aug. 10, 1826._ 3 tin plate a 150 boxes tin plate font fold amp co. Brand 1-3 v just received and for a ale by Lawrence. The Butler 11 no. 2, Nobles Row. Cin. Only so 1826. 128 commenced and though the list of subscribers was Small at first it has now become very respectable and continues to i no reuse. The editor is the refer encouraged to Pussy this labors. A he is con. Vinced that the course he has marked out and the respectable part of Bis i Elbow Citi Zens who Are averse to the perpetuation of the a supreme curse of slavery in this Laud. Work has now an extensive circulation in Many parts of the United states especially in Maryland and some of the states to the South of it. The manner and spirit in which it is conducted is Well known. 11 is therefore unnecessary at this time to say much on that head. It will Bear the same character in future that it has heretofore done. The editor however indulges the Hoff a that with the in crease of its circulation the Means will be aug merited to give it additional value. It is his unwavering and unalterable determination to expose the abominations of the slave holding system that it May be viewed in All its Rte Fortu Ity and neither the smiles nor the frowns of friends or enemies shall deter or dissuade him from pursuing what he believes to be the line of duty in this respect. At the same time every plan with which be May become acquainted that is seriously proposed for the it seriously proposed abolition of that system and the amelioration of the suffering condition of slaves will be do by attended to and promptly Laid before his readers. The second volume will commence about the first of september next. Toe editor intends to enlarge the paper As soon a the patronage will justify it. The friends of the cause of justify which it advocates he looks for the Means effecting this object and also of securing the permanency of the establishment. Terms of publication. The Price of subscription to this work is three. Dollars per annul payable within six months of the time of full receipt will be Given if two dollars and fifty cents be a kid a Advance. Subscriptions Mil not be received by less time than n year out of the City of Baltimore and the Money must always be paid in Advance a sri unless they by Distant subscribers unless they communicate their names through the medium of an amp a ten Airai agent. The difficulty in collecting a mall sums at a distance renders a strict adherence to this Rule indispensably necessary subscribers will not be at Liberty to withdraw to Brit names if they Are in arrears. The postage must be paid on All letters and communications received by the editor through the Post office. B. Lundy editor and proprietor. Baltimore August 1026. The most easy economical and valuable Dis id Era Tura yet Bro to into use among the cultivators of the soil. This valuable discovery is particularly recommended to All practical Farmers who Are invited to examine for themselves. The evidence of the advantage of those ploughs Are conclusive of themselves. In addition to the above the subscriber has a variety of other ploughs Viz. Patent Bull plough Welsh or Bull plough pea col Kos ploughs and bar Shear do. He will fun ii any other kind of ploughs which May be wanted All which shall be made of the very Best material and sold wholesale and retail on fourth Street at the Eagle foundry Cincinnati. Josiai1 Hawkins. August 31st, 1826.134 just published and for Sale at the Sun family physio air. Nife Public Are respectfully informed that a the 44family physician a will be ready for subscribers in a few Days. As this work has been enlarged by the addition of fifty pages of valuable matter and consequently the expense of printing very considerably increased the Price to non subscribers will be $3 50 cts. Subscriptions will be received until the 15th of september at three dollars. N. B. An erroneous idea has been entertained that the a family physician will he sold at auction this will not be the Case. One half the edition is engaged by subscription and i have pledged my self not to sell of to Bare them sold at auction w. Hill Woodward. Aug. 31,1826. 134�?3i r Ana Way from the subscriber some time last october a indented apprentice to the shoe Makine business named a a key m Ruck aged about eighteen years. All persons Are forbid harbouring or trotting him on my account As i will pay no debts of his contracting. The above Reward will be paid for his delivery me but no thanks. Joseph Jones. Cin. August 31,1826.134-31 to 8 Huff. The subscribers has just received an Assort ment of snuff from the factory o messes. J. Mayland amp co. Philadelphia consisting of Hlaic Oriba. Rappee Mahdi Toche course French and notch which is offered for Sale at factory prices with the addition of Carriage. The reputation of the manufacturers is such that comment is unnecessary r Lawrence amp Butler. July 20,1826._q28- no. 2, n. 00,000 lbs. Fig Lead 100 Biles prime Alabama Cotton 42 half bids. No. 2 Mackerel just received per steam boots Gen. Marion Teti for Rale by Irwin the Whiteman to. July 27,1828. 129 main st wharf. Administrators notice. All persons having claims on the estate of Abraham am Hefley deceased Are hereby notified to present the same legally proven wit Hin one year from this data for settlement. All persons indebted to raid Catano Are required to make immediate payment John 11 , administrator by. Of the estate of Abreham Hefney Iofi cd to Amati August 16, 1026.-47-41 Scriber s office in Columbus the Ohad gazetteer eighth edition considerably enlarged and corrected Down to the present time. It contains about 230 pages and will be furnished put up in Blue or Marble paper Ard. Rally tried at 50 cents per copy and Well bound a to lettered with a Small map of the state a one Dollar. This edition contains a general description of the Ohio Cattal together with a statistical table of the various kinds of property and the valuation thereof in the several counties respectively beside much other new and useful matter. A Complete table of All the Post offices in the state and also of the newspapers published is also added in the appendix which be peculiarly convenient to postmasters others interested in these objects. A j. Kilbourn. Columbus june 7, 1826. L32-6t a a _3�f� steam Mill re a i his establishment being now Complete it repaired and a operation Farmer and a operation Are informed that the highest Price Widen paid them in Cash for Good Ranerth Antablin wheat weighing 60 lbs. To the Bushel Ltd id them in delivery st said Mill. The Mill is also read to receive any Quantity of wheat to be group shares on the most favourable terms. Corn and Rye wanted for which Cash who be Given. Also a few Hundred Well seasoned fix or barrels wanted. The citizens in general Are respectfully acquainted that they can now be supp Fod by retail with to Perune flour com meal Ltd Dingo shorts and bran at any hour a of the Day by calling at the retail room where a person will be in regular attendance. R. Mcculloch to. Cin. August 24, 1826. Cutlery tec the subscribers have just received an addition to their former Stock of hardware which they offer for Sale on reasonable terms among which Are a vices butt hinges hand amp pannel saw Mill Cut pc pit saws Wilson a shoe and Butcher knives. Carass cast steel firmer Chisty is 44 millwrights do. American Blister cast. Shear the Crowley steel. Parliament hinges a. J h. Tell. Do. Brass plated squares brass Wistad spoke shares double refined Spring steel saws Hemming amp sons Silver Eye Needles a few thousand first Quality Gars and a lot of Maho Gaj August 24, 1826. A also Spanish cd Lanogan Yemen. C. Wayne the co. 120, main Strei. A a a a Straw Bohets. Cases Straw bonnets Quality car Sale by the i John Stinson no. 6, commercial Row. August 10,1826. 131 11 very a Penoy ase or do a a a s amp co. 50 Grove Ohhet and a few Hundred pounds of of ate boards just received from Mill and for Zefo by w. B. R1lson the co. August 31, 1826, / 134 i

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