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The Daily Cincinnati Republican And Commercial Regeister (Newspaper) - May 1, 1834, Cincinnati, Ohio T / T /-» Í . CINCINNATI riRE AS^IATION. TheCbmpeniea composing th«JaB«ociation, will form a processioi this morning, at 9 o clock precise-r ly.—The line    be formed on Sixth street, the right on Broadwtfy, displaying westwardly. The procession will form in the following order, viz:— The Isl, and 3d division of Fire Guards, Fire Companies from Coviügton, Ky. Fire Wardens,    * Protection Society:^ Ilook &. Ladder.    , Vigilant Engine, Pat Lyon, do. Ranggt’s llosj, Ohio Engine,/ Cincinnati, db. Reliance Hoar, Relief Engine, Liberty, do. Veteran, do. Consfitulion Engine, Neptune, do. Nymph Hose, Neriad Engine, Fame, do. Canal Hose, .    v Hornet Engine, Water wAch, do. Red Rover Hose, Pilot Engine, Cataract, do. « Pioneer Hose, Deluge Engine, The 2d and dth division of Fire Guards. The line of March will be as follows;—The procession will countermarch on Sixth street,-and pass up Race to Court, up Court to Main, down Main to Eighth, up Eighth to Sycamore, down Sycamore to Fifth, up Fifth to Broadway, down Broadway to Front, down i’ront to Elm, up to Fourth, up Fourth to Broadway, where the procession will be dismissed. Colonels J. C. Avery, and S. Scott, are appointed Deputy Grand Marshals, and S. Fosdick, E. P. Lang-don, T. D. Rose, J. Glenn, J. J. Stratton, R. Mitchell, J. Lambert, E. W. Luce, A. II. Ewing, D. Griffin, F. Perry and W. Thoms, Marshals, and, will be obeyed and respected accordingly. GEO. W. NEFF, Grand Marshal April 2^, 1834. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 10. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 20. 27. 28. Pittsbargh Trantp«rta(ioii Line, Of Canal Boaia and Rail Road Cara, \ The (obacriber*, in coodection with Mri*ri. Ilenrj Wnlter», Heury Stoner, Wm. P. Orrlck, and other reipectable-'bout owneri, have eitatiliibrd a DAILY LINE, for (he tranrportiitioo of MercLandiie and general freight, between Philadelphia and Pilttburgh, and all intermediate placer.^ The Line consiats of aiateen Union Canal covered Boata—thirtjdwo Cara on (he lUil Ria<l, and aeven Penni} Ivaiiia Canal covered Bunta, on the Weatcrn di viaion of the Penajlvania Canal, Goodi will be carried through, either way, by (he Line, in ten daya. A boat will arrive a(, anil depart from, Fhiladelphi.-) and Pituburgh, every day, Sunday a excepted. The Line wi)l commence running upon the firat opening of Cdnal navigation, which ia expected to take place about the firat day of March. The charge for traaiporliiig merchandite and frejgh of every deacripiiun, v ill be modérate, and invariably aa low 8» that of any other line. The Boala are placed under the charge of sober, careful, and induatriouacap> taina. Goods will be received and delivered for the Line, la the ^arehoiiic of Mr. John Diilsell, Chcsiiut street whait,Schuylkill, and hy the following Riieiits: CiHNELii’s II. Tekus, Philadelphia, II. ÚÍAC Shake, Pittsburgh, Hen,7í: Walters, Ilarrisburglt, Henry Stoner, LewistowD, W. P. 0,:kick, Reading, Spier & O’Neal, Johnstown, J. Blotti:í<,er dt Co., Middletown, James Spiek , Blairsville, And by the auhrciibers. March 4. Garber & O’CONNERjIlollidaysburgh. KCLECrriC ACADE3IY OF MUSIC. TIHE object of this institution i«, in the first place to aid ill promoting the intruductioii of vocal mu- promoling the intruductioii of vocal mu sic as a branch of education Ibroughunl Uiia country. To illustrate what is intended, a biief relerrence will he túndelo what has already been dune iu Europe and in this Ruuntry. In Germany and Switzerland muiio is taught in (he family, and in the common schools, the same as reading and writing. And itis taught in such a simplified tmó yet systematic method, that oliifdren seem to read and write and compose music, jmt A they learn to read and write, and compose language, ( The efftclsof (his prac- d:ui;„,i.„„... tice on the social and moral «bV¿cter, is thus describedi p^ii «n al H«„,i a. .vinri.o, i iL.i by the enterprising and beiievutesi friend to education, (VV’m. C, Woodbiidge, Esq. Editor...... IVEW WORKSj JUST received by Alex. FI iib. No. o, west Third 8t near the Post Office, üóivn Easier#, in Í vols. by J. Neal ¡ The string of Pearls, in I vol. by W. James; 'fhc N lie Book of a Country Clergyman; The Sketch Book oí Faibion, hy Mr*. Gore. Montgomery’s lectures on General Lileralnre; —ALSO— Olhvol. of Maria Ediewortb’s Tales; 3d part of Sunday Evenings; Ornaments Discovered. Feb. 12. IVOTICE. Firemens’ Insurance Company. TlilSinsiilotion is now reiidy to lake all kinds of Marine and Transportation Risks. TH; NEiVELL,Sec’ry. Feb. 18, 1834, I^EW IMKJKSIIV PRESS. JJUBBARI) &* EDM ANUS, corner of Main and Co- himbia street#, will receive, hi soon as published, the following new book#, in pres# and in preparation, by Carey, Leu ft Blaiichivnl, Philadelphia: The Henilspan of Bi rne, a new talc, by Cooper, author of the Spy, &o.    - Great Britain in 1833, hy Daron D. finiissey, Ex-Minister of Marine, under King Chirles X. nearly ready ;• The Repealer?, by the Countess of Blessington; Delaware, n novel; Lights and Shadows of German Life; Tates and Confessions, by Lelirh Ritcliie; Tales of the Caravansera, by J. B. Fiaier, being vol 7 of the Library of Romance; Magdalen, and other tales, by Sheridan Knowles; Allen Breck, by the author of the Subaltern; Gate Middleton, by Horace Smith ; Madden, on the Infirmities of Genius; Aikins’ Memoirs of Charle# the Second; Caiilerbnry Tale», by Sophia and Harriet Lee; The Doomed,» novel; The Dominie’s Legacy ; Andrew the S«voyard, hy the author of Modern Cymon; Societies and Manners in Great Br.Jain ^d Ireland, by the Rev. C. S. Stewart, author of (bufS^ut^tb Seas, Jcc. 2 vols. l2rno. History of the Revolution in England, 1688, by Sir Jas-Mackinlofh; Europe iliiriiig the Middle Aaes; Cyclojiedia of Piactical Medicine—part 3; A lory editor of this state, speaking of the inde-cdent Hibernians who voted to save their adoj)-tcd country ffoinüic fangs of the British Bank, in New York, says,*ercry one, in our humble opinion, ahould he returned to their native bogs, as unfi to live in a land of freedom P'' This is the spirit of the tory Bank and its slaves. Let it buy or force a reciiarttA^nd hereafter it may coeice the passage of suoifews, as shall effectually take from our country, the glorious appellation of being the ‘‘refugee of the oppressed.”—Trenton Emporium. The complete returns of the town elections throughout the slate of New York have been re-^^’^^''fteived by the Albany Argus, and as foLows: Dem-^ratic towns 327—Federal or«rtg'í208. There is a triumph indeed.—lb. A Conncticut Jonathan, in taking a walk with his deareaf, came to a toll bridge, when he, as honestly as he was wont to be, said after, paying his toll (which was one cent)—“Come, Suke, you must pay your own toll, for just as like as not I shant have you after all.” CITIZENS .Accommodation Coach will be T lold at piihlicaiiction on the lOlh of this month if riot privately diiposed of at private sale with all the fix- ^re for four b'oriei; any perion wiihing to to purchaie an eilablishmciit of thii kind, can »ee it by applying at No Si Lower Market itrect, Cincinnati. By order of the committee Maylil-lOt.    T.    B. COFFIN. AUCTION SALES. BY THOS. B. ANDERSON, fJlHlS fvening, Thuriday, May I »t, at early candle \ light at (he Auctiou Room#, coner 6th and Main itreet. Will be sold to close several coniignment#, a large and general asiortmcnl of fresh and seasnableDRY GOODS. Together with Hardware, Faucy nrliclei, and Jewelry &c. May lit. FOR PITTSBURG* The St“nm Boat LADY MARSHALL, __Wm.    McLain,    omster, wiil leave (hii tor the «hove port on Friday the 2nd inst. For freight or pauage apply to    W. D. JONES. May 1st FOR IVEW ORLEANS. The fast running Steam Boat OHIO, Hart, muster, is expected from Pittsburg and will have iromedi.ile r ' 3 despatch. For freight ot passage having fine accommodations apply or to    W.    D.    JONES May 1st, protix:tio\. The Members of Protection Society Xo. 1, are re quelled to assemble at the Cuuiicil Chamber, on Thursday morning, May 1st. at 9 o’clock, to form in order, to join in the general procession of Firemen. By order of (he President JOHN S. TALBOTT, Sectelary. April 39lh.    3t    d THE GOOD SAIL BCUT BUCKEYE. PLEASURE parties wishing fur a sail Boat can be accommodated by applying to I. F. EARLl^ the American Annals ot Education.) ‘Mt was with no small degree of surprise and delight that we found it in Germany and Swiizerland, (Ae property of the people, cheering their hours of labor, elcva (mg their hearts ubove the objects of sense, which are so prone to absorb th'.m, and filling the periods of rest and amusements with sue al and moral song#, in place of noise, an I riot, mid gambling. “But we were touched to the heart, when we heard its cheering, iinim-iUng str tins echoing Iroin the wiilh ol a school room, and enlivening the ichool boy’s hours of 111]—when )we listened to peasant children’s songs, as they went out to their morRiiig’s occupation, and saw their hearts enkindled to the highest tones of music «ml poetry, by the setting sun, or the familiar objects of nature, each of which was made to echo some truth, or point to some duty by an approaching song. “We have heard them aing the “Harvest hymD,”as they went forth at daylight to gather in the grain. We have seen them assemble in groups at nigfit, chanting the hymn of praise for (he glories of the heavens, or joining in some patriotic chorus, or some social melody instead of the frivolous and corrupting conversation, which 80 ofUn renders such meeting the source of evil. Ill addition to this, we vi'iled cumiiiunities where the youth hiid been trained from their childhood to exercises in vical music, o7 such a character us to elevate, instead of debasing the mind, mid have found that it served in the s ime manner, to cheer their social asseoa-blies, in place of the noise of fully, or the poisoned cup of ¡I. toxical ion. We have seen the young men of such a cominnnit) , assembled to the number of several hundred, from a circuit ot 20 miles; and instead of spend, ing a day al festivity in rioting and drunkenness, pass the whole («me, with the exception of the time employ ed in a frugal repast, and a social meeting, in a concert ofsocial and moral hymns, and devote the proceeds of the exhibition to object olbcnrvolerice. We could not but look back at (he contrast presented on similar oc cusiona in our own country, with a blush of shame. We have visited a villagi*, whose whole rnoral aspect was changed in a lew years by the iiitroductiori of music of this character, even among adults; and where (he aged were compelled to express ibeir astonislimeiit at seeing the young abnndon their coiruptirg and riotous amusement, fcr (his delightful and improviiig exercise. “We could but ask ourselves the queston; Shall th it which is deemad esseiiiiul to the education of the poor in Germany, us reading, be thought too expensive a superfluity for the Ami ric in people ? Shull an acquisition which is (ouad perfectly within the reach of the Euro-pean peasants, which serves to cheer their homes of fatigues, and elevate llieir minds, and lofien and purify their hearts, be considered too difiicult or too refinded, for the peojile of the United Stales!” This show s what has been done in Europe. In this country through the efforts of Lowell .Mason, Esq. of Boston, and Mr. Ives of I'hiladelphiH, the same method of instruction has been introduced in several of our principal cities, and with most encouraging success. The Boston Academy of music, (of which Lowell Ma son is prisidciit,) has now fifteen hundred pupils under its care. Many of these are children of iiifuiit school#, who have been (aught to understand and perform with a readiness and accut^cy, which seems almost miraculous to those who know the difficulties of the common methods of instruction in music. All who have witnessed the exhibition of the various schools eilublisheri on this system, are satisfied that by proper and practicable exertions it can become a branch ol cummoii school ed-ucniiun. This insiitqtion aims in the first place to convince the public of the excellence and practicability of the plan, and eventually to secure the proper instruc tioa of school teachers in this art. It is found by expciience that as a general fact all young children cm he taught to sing. In (he many hundred pupils (aught oil this plan in this country, not a •ingle one basbi en found of a child that could not learn. In Europe it is said (hat not one in a thousand is found as an exception in the general rule. The second o^cLofthe society is to promote improvement in churclr music. Wheri the children of a community are taught to sing correctly and scientifically, this, itself will promote good music in church. Before this is accomplished, much may be done by awakening public interest o.n this eubject, by improving the performances of the present choirs, and by various other methods that need not be detailed. Timothy B. Mason, Esq. of Boston, (brother to Lowell Mason, President oftlie boston Academy of Music,) has been elected Professor in the Academy, and has accepted the r ppointment. Mr. M. is a competent musician, and a gentleman with whom the instruction of children snd Bell on the Hand, as evincing Ueiign, ftc.; Yoiing’sAnaljtinal Geometry; Young’s TrigiiiKUDetry; Herschel’sTreatise on Astronomy; Lnrdner’s Cyclopedia, vol 23; Grieseler’s History ot the Church, 6 vols. 8vo. 0;;^Orders received and answered on liberal term*. 'I hey will also receive, in a lew days— Men and Manners in Asserica, by Col. Hamilton, au thor of Cyril Thornton; The I.AST Man, by Mrs. Shrlley, author of Frankenstein ; The Modern CrsioN, from the Jean of Paul de Kock.» September 25.    tf    \ Ofllie Clncinniitl EqaNable InsuraMce Comnany. April 24th, 1834. The members *>f (his Iiittitution will please take notice, i^t the annual meeting of (he Company will be held s^he Conncil 'Gharaber on Monday, (he 5th day of May next, between the hours of 10 o’cJoik A. M. aqd 1 o’clock p. which (inrt and place, an Tleelion wid be held if r twelve D rectors, to manage the HÍTiirs of the Iiistituthm, f>ir the enMiing year. It will also be submitteiT to the meeting, t» take into coniiileraiion, (ho propriety of so amending the Deetlof Settlement, that in all case#, where Deposite^ on Policies have been transferred by one pertoti to anothrr, Ike penon to whom #uch fr-mvfcr hat heen"ñiade, hliall hove the privjl -g9 of'apply ing #och ,transferred deposit, to any inru'ance to be efl'eoled hy himself. By order of the Board of Direetorr april 24lh, 1834.    E    JOLLEY,    See. MORE IVEW B(M)K8. Received by AlcxHmler Fla.h, We*l Third street, near the post Office, F.lemerits of Geometry containing the first six book# of Euclid, Ac. &c.—by Professor i’layfair. Kssayson the nature an I princiidesof Taste, by Arch ihald Allisf.n, F. R. S. &c. Boknm's Introduction to the study of the German Language. New converintions on Chemi*try, adapted to the present statalfDf that soience, by T. P. Jones, M. I). Poems by Mis# H. F. Gould, second edition with addition#. A Digest of (he Laws relitingto the Military Estab ment, of the U. State#. Dictionary of qiieilions and Browns. Technical Die-lionaiy, Entick'* Latin and English Dictionary, ftc. ar>ril 24th, 1834. A FARM I’OR SSAIiFm the Lexington RsihiI, 24 miles from Cincinn* ither for Cash or for Gooi!#, Wares and Merchan- diae. or further particulars, enquire of /■    I.    F. EARLE, /    No.    53,    Main street. Aprjl 3, 1834.    _ WA^TEI>. K fk SHARES in the Cincinnati Insurrance C» raps Oil ny.    I.    F.EAKLE. a,p;i Ifcth, 1834. Youngi’s Elements of ITlechanies. JUST received and for sale by Alex. Flash No.,^ West Third Street near the Post office, Young^s Elements of Mechanics, comprehending Statistics and Dynamics, with pi-tes. A (.so, McClellans Journal ot h rusidrnce in Scotland. Brackeiiridges reculleclions of perrons and places in the We#t. Jack Downing’s Letters to his friend Dwight, april 18, 1834.    j. 1 THE WEOTERiV EXAMHVER. PAPER devoted to the free investifntiea of nd intelelctual ireprovement of Nx-ie^,''|f as com-in th^city df St. Louis on the first of Jarinary, The patronage thus^far extended to the work Im en limited, but its conductors are determined to M BALL if teal etection to tUe death of A. W.) ijf^Mcfara. £di<or«,-*>'pltia8eaDn isaw ise cu iiaiiirii, oai !!• ouuuuciuri «rw uciuraiiDru lo    a    j-    «    .    r    » use every exertion within their power to extend its | WlSLMAN a» a candidate for Juattce of circulation, and lowendcr it a useful vehicle ofioforma <ion. They would theiefore call upon Ubern|f,'tbroogb-oiit the cmntry, to aid (hem in their undertaking; so that hy the close of the present year (hey may be able to di'terinii'e lekether a liberal paper can be supporltd in Ike Valley ofi the Mississippi, or no(. So soon as a -suffi-cient iiiiiiiher of patroiinge can be obtained to defray the Hctunl expenses of pulbishinz,the paper will be ooo-liderably eiilargeil, and itsiied weekly. Mr. Uuderwnod,n“ar the Pearl Street House is Agent for Cincinnuti Cii). Terms ¿0, p tyable iu advance. «iril I7ib, 1834. feTEAYl BOAT FOR SALE. rVlHE «ubitaritial Sieani Boat POWH aTAN, deliv-JL eriiblc upon her return from New Orloana. For J. R BALDRIDGE ft Co. ' 38 Main Street. upon terms apfdy to. Marcli iiit. to supply the vacancy occasioned by tftt A. W. Sweepey, Esq. ORENOS WOODRUFF, we are sothrifHTl announce as a candidate for Justice of the to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of A. Sweeny. Oír JAMES FOSTER, grateful to ft'a i C'iizens for the confidence neretofore reposed him III electing him to Lie office of A^istmte, tr% gain solicits their suffrages for that office, to filldis | vacancy occasioned by toe death of A. W. Sweodra Esq. NEW MUSIC. JU3T received by ALEX. FLASH, Third St., tbe following new and ponaliir Scnirs: following new and popular Sengs: Mother, O sing jne to rest; My Alpine Home; Her eye# the glow worm lends thee; One hitle word before we part; Yiiii think (hut I am happy now; Why tarries my love? Liitzow’s wild and desperate chase; The Laughing Trio, hb sung by the Herrmanns, Overture to th« new itiid heantitul opera of Zampa; Major Jack Downing’s M»rch; L’Ainitie WhIsc a Ih Weher; Beauties from Rossini’s opera of Othello; A iiuinbérqf Herz's celebrated Variations Piano Forte; 0:5'VVe are authorized to ahnbtjnce the name of: ISAAC G. BURNET as a candicLtp for of the Peace, in Cincinnati Township, to fill tfce vacancy occasioned by thejdeath of Ak^^er W, Sweeney, Esq.    / A.\D A NEW SCI'VLY OF Spring lime of year it coming; My sister dcnr; The Sea; Morning its sweets is flinging; . Couie dwell with me; Cinderella Cotillions; Bnethoven, Cinilerellz and Ln.Daraa Blanche Waltzes; Overture to Cinderella, for Iwri Flutes, fie. ftc. ■—AJ50— r.atniir’s new and itEproved Piano Forte Preceptor; Chilloner’s ditto; Bailloi, Rode niid Kreutzurr’s Violin l|reocpt(ir; Dresslcr’s Flute Preceptor; Alexander’s do.; A Trenii#e on Harmony, hy Cutel, a Professor of the Royal Conservatory at Paris; Burrows’ I’iano Forte Primer; Thorough Bass; Callcotl’s Musical Ora'mmur; Clarke’s Mugical Catechism, ftc. March 26. Navv Cüm.vissioners’ Office, 12th March, 1834. Proposals scaled, ami endorsed “Proposals f Cheese,” will be re^cived nt the Navy Commi sioDcrs’ Office until ^o’clock P. M. of the 15th of May next, for supplying one hundred and twenty thousand pounds of PINE APPLE or ROUND CHEESE, each cheese to weigh about six pounds. The chei'sii must be of a quality fully equal to the samples which are lodged nt the several Navy Yards, at Portsmouth, N. H., Charlestown, Mass., Brooklyn, N. Y., Philadelphia, Washington, and Gosport, Vn.—must have been Hi least six months before their delivery, well pressed, thoroughly dried, and free from cracks, defects 01 injuries. The deliveries must he made at cither of the Navy Yards near Boston, New York, or Norfolk, ns the Navy Commissioners may direct,in gooil strong boxes or casks, and in good shipping order; one fourth must bo delivered on or before the I5lhday of April, 1835, one.foutth onot before the 1st day of. December, 1835; onc-fourth on or before (he 15th of day of April, I8J6; and one-fourth on or before (he 1st day of December, 1836—the whole to be subject to the inspection and approval of the Commandants of the Yards where it is to be delivered, or such persons ns they may appoint: the Commissioners to have H right to require, and the contractors to be bound to deliver, as above staled, an additional quantity, not exoocc’in^ uiie-mutili, upon giving six months previous notice. Persons wishing to offer, may oflTer foi the whole, or any part not less than thirty thousand pounds, and must sjate the price asked per pound, when delivered, inspected, and approved, as aforesaid, wilhnnt ony additional charge for boxes, casks, or other purposes whatever. Bonds, with good securities, will be rp^iired, and ten per centum be relaine;! on all deliveries, as Rddiliomil security, until the final completion of the contract, unless otherwise specially directed by the Commissioners NEW B(K>KS ARRIVED. 4 T ALEXANDER FLASH’S, No. 5 West Third Street, near the Post Office. England and America; Djmind’s Essays; The Book Keeper’» Allas; The Heiress; Darnley: Lives of Eminent Painters—2d Series; Cicero; Major Downing’s Ledert, ftc, fto* April 16th, IVI34. To he published twice a week in the Globe, National Intelligencer, U. Stales Telegraph, Eastern Aigns, New Hampshire Patriot, Commercial Gazette, Hartford Time», Providence Patriot, New York Evening Post, New York Standard, American Sentinel, Biltlmore Republican, Norfolk Herald, Cincinnati Republican, Albany Argus, Utica Observer, Vermont State Gazette. March 13. JUST PURLISf vf    ARITHYl EftD, BAY riIYÍETIC. BAY’S LITTLE 1 ELEMENTARY LESSONS in inlelleotnal Arithrae -J 'ic or the inductive and analytic method of instruc-tinn. Tf Joseph Ray, M. D. Professor in the Woodward High School, Cincinnati. 'I'his. Little Arithmetic is (he best and cheapest work extant, for beginners in the study, it is very simple— adapted to (he capacity of the youngest learner, for sale by    ALEXU. FLASH, 3rd street. March 27th, 1834. JUST received per Steam Butt Hibernia, 37 Bags CufiTce, I pipe Holland Gin, 2 half pi|ies Cognaic FDR ST. I.OU1S. The Steam Boat WYOMING. H(»L'fON Matter, will leave (his for the aliove port on Friday the Snd inst. For Freight or passage apply‘to WM. D. JONES. April 30(h. Cincinnati llinj^c ülaniil’actorYB CLARKE i¿ Co. re*pecifiilly announces to the Merchantf and Mechanics of tlie Weitern and Southern districts, they have cnmmrnred Iho Maniifao-luring of Butt and every oilier duicription of Hinges, of *11 site».    ' They pledge themselves to serve the public with an ■rtiole superior to any ever i>flcreil in the United State*, wbother imported or othrrwiie. Their list of prices for Cacb will be found to offer a great saving to customrri and dealers in the ariioles, Tiio public are rei|>ectrully l^neited to call at their estahliihment on Main strctl; Isetween 6th ft 7lh streets, and exainine for (hrinselves. April 39th.    ,|,f. ^ ^ NOTIUE. HE Creditors of N. B. F. Ludgc, whohavefiled their notified to cull at the atOM of Woodnult & Co., ami reoeivo their several dividends.    M’CLF.LAN ft YORKE. WOODNUTT ft CO. April 301b, 1834.    t FEBALE BIBLE Hrrv. The Itttli Anniversary of (he Female Auxiliary Bible Society of Ciqi innati, will bo held at (he 3rd Prctbilerian Chiirch>on Culiimhia street, bn Thursday, May 1st. The frieiida of (he Bible oauie, whether Hale or Female, ar* respectfully invited to attend. April 39th. ilHlsLlNABY A BANTUABAKINCÍ. Its, GREEN, would respectfully inform the I adies of Cincinnati and its vicinity, that she still continues to carry on the above busiimss on Western Row Bear 7th street, where she will ba happy to receive any orders in her line, N. B. UoiiDati of the very latest fashion always oo tiand. April k9lh.    3t paid. youth in this highly important branch' of education, may be entrusted with the utmost confidence. Hia arrival in this city is expected daily, when the friends of education will be afforded an opportunity to bestow upon the institution, the patronage and countenance it may doaerve. April 21. NATHANIEL WRIGHT. Secretary of the Academy. OFFIOEnS OF THE ELECTIC ACAI)E.ttY OF UU8IC. BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Jacob Burnet, Chairman, Nathaniel Wright, Recording Secretary, Elisha W. Chester, Corresponding Secretary. Stephen S. L’Hominedieu,'i'reasurer, Winthrop B. Smith, Henry Htarr. . Samuel E. Foote, Calvin E. Howe, Jepthi P. Garrard, Doctor M. Rogers, COUNSELLORS. Morgan Neville,    Nathan Guilford. John Stevens,    Ai»l>(’'óaé Dudley. RuCua Hodaea,    ^^ohn    P.    Foote, Tlios J. Matlhewe,    Wm.    T.    Tromsn. Duct S a iluv- «a. isf«iiii«7WS|    / Duct. T. U. Mitchell, / 3. P. Chase.    / TIMOXffY B. Doct. C. E. Pierson, MASON, Professor. R iUO\ I Ofl HHDS. Hog Liindl * X iy vF 60 tierce# Hams, 8,000 onnuasK'd do. All In fine shipping order, and fur tale by WILLIAM HUNTER, Water St. Cincinnati, March 4, 1834. IsONINKN FENNY ¡MAGAZINE. BSCRIPTIOMi^^ereived hy March 17. HUBBARD ft EDMANDS, 9:^ Who art sole Agunti for this City." SBITIFS FBODUC TIVE GBAB.BAB. T^LW CINNCINATI EDITION, reviied, oorracted, Xw itnproved and eiiUrgad, with an appenilix. Published this day by .    TRUMAN,    SMITH    A. Ctw Bonkaelleri, 160 Maiu Streal, Cinciuuati. April 15,1834. Brandy, of a lupcrtor quality, also, a few barrels of Tan nert Oil, equal to any in (he market, the whole or a part will bu sold low fur cnih or exchanged for country produce.    hy    HARTSHORN & CIllLD. Sycamore, between Front and Columbia ilroeli, april 19th 183-j. Commercial Bank of Cincinnati. ArniL 10, 1834. An election fur thirteen'Directors of this institution, to serve the ensuing year, will be held al the Banking House on Monday (he 5th day of May next, between the bouts of 10 a. m. and 3 p. m. By oriItT of the Board, WM. S. hatch, C'asAwr. April 13, l834-t5m.    _ A CARD. fj|lHE subscriber take# his opportunity of informing his friends and the Public, that ho has just retiirn-eil Irom the Kaitern cities, where he ha# made extensive selection# from the latett and best publication#—both iiationMl and foreign—in every branch of Science and Literature; and niso mvde iinh arrangement# h# wdll enable him In fulfil any “Tjj'fti.fkfi*''”hook# ftc. Ki-teiisive a dilioiii have been Q\adc to hit slock of Millie, and iMu«ical laitruuieiiti; and the Circulating Library has heeu coniiderably enlarged. The public is re-ipeclfnlly invited to call at the Store of A,nil 15,1834.    ALEX.    FLASH. No. 5 Weil Third it near the Ptnl Office. ST. LOUIS PACKETS. Stcnm Boat    BANNKR, Capl. II. B. Evana, “    “    GRENADIER, Capt. J. BciinoH, “    “    MESSENGER, Capt. J. Artus, “    “    PGEANDER, Capt. VV. II. Smith, “    “    ROBT. FULTON, Capt. J. Green WILL ran regularly between Cincinnati and St. ¡..nuil. And (lintiew ili am taiat# Iowa, and JohnJfel-son, run from St. Lmiis up the Miiioiiri River and llil^ Warrior and Winnebago, the Upper Misiiisippi. I’a* •rngers and Freight lor either will have no ilrlay at St. Unis. Apply to    W.    D.    JONES. Cinoinuati, M irch 29th, 1833. NASHVILLE PACKETS. The »lq im boat HUNTER, Capl. R. Crooks; The «leara boat JUNIATA, Capt. Tho*. Linford; Will ply regularly between WTT8BURGU Nashville. For freight or pauage ant ly to March II.    W.    I).    JONES and LÍFE OF GEN. ANDREW JACKSON. JUST received by Alex. Fla»h,No. 5 We#l Third St. near the Post Office. The Life of (sen. Andrew Jackson, by Major Jack Dawning of Downiiigville. Alsu-The luit and best Edition of Jack Downing’s Letters—just puhaished. April I5(h, 1834. DRAWING BOOB SCRAP BOOK. INISHER’S “Drawing Room Scrap Bonk,” (or 1834 with poetical illustrations by L. E. Landon. —ALSO— The “Amulet” for 1834. Just received by HUBBARD EDMANDS. Feb. 13, 1834.    if DOCTOR SIBBONS, REDlonNCE and omfe,on Sixih street, third door west of Henrie’s Hotel. March 13th,    6m. Received by Alex. Fl.ish, No. 5, west 3J street, near the Post Office. '1 bird vol. of Peter Simple,    / Memoir# of Marshall Ney,    ( The Dicaineron, or ten days Entertniii^nt ofBo cacio—including the supp eised novel*—transí ted from the Italian—London edition. Report on the Oe'dogy, Mineralogy, Botany and Zoology ol Ma##achii*elis—by Profi ssor Hitchcock, with H book of plates. Fragiut.'ut# ol V'oyage# and Travels—by Bazil Hall. —ALSO— February No. of the "Law Library; January No. of the Book of Nature. Feb. 21.    If IRON AND NAILS. Qj^HE undersigned, Agents for the Covington Rolling Mill, will keep conslHRlly on hand, a largg. and CAROLINE WESTERLY, The Young Traveller Irom Ohio. JUST fceivetl, ‘•Carolina Westerly, or the Young Traveller from Ohio, conlaioing the Letters of 4 Young Lady uf Seventeen, written to her sitter.” For sale by    ALEX’R    FLASH. November 6. JUST RECEIVED By Alex. Flash, 3rd Street:— A Conalitution and plan of Education for Girard College forOrphana. By Francis Lieber. Printed by order of the Board. ALSO, *- The new novel of “Trevelyan.” By the author of “A Marriage in High Life;” and Traits and Traditions of Portugal, collected daring a residence in that country. By MisalPardoe. March 14, 1834. To CONSUBI’^RS OF COAL IN GRATES, &€► (Patent Right Secured.) KF.W niPROVKMEKTS IN THE BCRNIN9 OF COAL. 1NIR8T,—An improvement by which the light dust and ashes is entirely prevented trom escaping into the room. The wnnnlh of the room is also increased by the saire improvement. Second,—An ¡inptovement which obviates all disi greeahle sensations arising from the atmosphere of coal fire. Those desirous of having either or holh of these im portniit defect» io the use of coal, remedied, will please call at uiy i ffi- e. No. I corner ol Main and'Third sfs.-wl.tro cerlifiuaics may be seen, verifying the above statement. O. M. MITCHEL. Feb 13.    If/" fecElVED this day, by ALEXANDER FLASH, Third el ret. NEW BOOKS-JUSTARRIVJ ^LEX. FLASH ha just received a portion of bisi Irrn purchases—among which are tbe following pe-s pillar works: A new Library Edition of '‘Cnriositiet 6f Utereiora** in 3vol.hy D’Israeli.    ^ 1 he Daughter’s own B >nk—elegantly bonnd. Shakespeare’s comple works—a new and beantsAil edition with elegant illuitrations Miss Leslie’s Atlantic Tales—or picture» of To«(h. ‘ Faradog’s Chemical .ManiculatKm. The Veterinary Surgeon, or furriering taught on « ¿ new and easy pl.m—by Jno. Hinds. Spu,rzheim’s Phrenology; and Anatomy of (be Brain. A London edition of'TteiUolil’s valuable work o* thw strength of Cast Iron and other metals—with an extensive table of the properties of minerals. Tuion’t Dissictors Guide or Students Companion— * clearly exhibiting and explaining the dissection of eve- X ry part of the huntiin body. ‘The works of Edmund Butke, of Shakespeare and of Byron—a new nnd elegant edition. A Library eilition of the Leiten of Horace Walpolw.    ' A memoir of the Life and Philosophy of Sponheim.    ^ Brnnlof’s Compendium of Mechanic’# <w/Test bodt for Enginaers, Mill wright#. Machine Ms'rvrs, Foen-deries, Siaitlia, &e. Sic. Particularly adapted for the use of operative Mechaoit s. Essays on the pursuit dfvTrutb—and on the forMtkw and publication of opinionik. Lord Kamri’s elements ofVct'riciiro. The Al;>fahet of Botany—mr the u»e of beginnerf. Young*» ^?»tbematical works. Ornad’i Chemistry and solid QeooMtry—and the Ia«t edition of Brand’s Chemii'ry. ALSO. . n aisortmrnt of tbe most popular German and French *^uetion Books and Uictinnarie». No. 5 West-Third street, near the Post OAce. Apri SIst, 1834. ¡BALT UUUORS. The Judges of Malt Liquors a ward (he premium to Mr. P. O’REILLY, (or the best Porter and Ale. His Ale If». 1, is, iu their estimation, a very superior article. Ethan Stone,    M. P. Caasilly, A. Harrii,    R. Buchanan,    ^ A. G. Gano,    J S. Armstrong.. N. Longworth.—Farmer £JJtfirc6ame, Patrick BtcKasr, South-eaat comer of Walnut and Third INFORMS his friends and (he puhlio generally, thatbw i it now, and will, for the sommer, be supplied with PORTER AND ALE, of (he same quality and roanulactured at the tame Brewery with that mentioned above. It woulil he useless to say more in recommendation of bit liquors, when tbe names of (hose respectable Judges are affixed to lb* certificate above. N. B. Orders left here for Beer, or at the Brewery, will be duir attended to. March 13,., JUSTREC self. The Staff Officer, or the Soldier» ol Fortune—a tale of real life. Select works of James Slioridan Knowles—consisting of his most popular Tales and Drama», with an original notice of his Life and Writings. ALSO, Nos. 3 and 4, of the first volume, and No. 1 of the second volume of La France Liternire. And No •I, of the Book of Nature. April 8. eeneral Hs*<irtinent of Bar Iron of all sizes, Boiler Iron, Sheet and Hoop Iron-,—hUo, a complete assortment oi jVai/i—all wurrantfcd of superior quality, and for tale on the most accommodating terms and at the lowest prices.    CH.AS.    M.ICALESTER    ft    CO. Msrch 4. SPRING GOODS. OUR friends and the public are informed, that we are receiving, almost daily, from iho eastern cities, invliices of Dry Goods, Hardware, Shoes, ftc.— They have heen well pnrchaied, and carefully selected by one of the firm, nnd are offi Ved for tale on accommodating terms, by (ho piece or packnge. J. D. ft C. JONES. No. 19, Pearl St March 5, 1834. PirTER SIBPLF- Ijjj^OL. 3d, Peter Sim|ile, by (he author of King’s Own, Naval Officer. Just received by HUBBARD ft EDMANDS, Feb 7.    iCorner    M    lin    and    Columbia streets. CINf.lNN ATI ACA DEB Y, (Corner of Walnut and Fourth Streets.) WKT IIUPWOOD, k.fid. Professor of Languages V V • and Mathematics. .lOMN L. T.ALHO IT—DAVID L. TALBOTT,-Principals in the English Departments. TERMS OF TUITION PER SJHSION OF 24 WEEKS. For the Enzlish Deparlnirni,    {10 00 “ “ Classics and Mathematics, or either, with or without the English,    {16 00 N. H. The Summer Session will commence on Monday the I7ih inst. REFERENCES. Morgan Neville, F.sq.    John P. Foote, Esq. Daniel Drake, M. D.    A. Kinmo.. “ Feh. 13,1834. LEONARD UUEL, Draper and Tailor, No. 3, West Third street, ^^T (he old stand of Buel ft Williams. March 6. ONE CF.NT REWARD. J^AN away from (he subscriber, on the 25th iii&t. an imieiited apprentice to the Coachmnking business, nfthe name of Horace Guild. He it between 19 and 20 years of age,ami abnul5 ft et #ix or seven inches in heigih. All persons are forbid harboring or trusting said apprentice. The above reward, but no charge#, will be paid fur DU apprehension. WILLIAM HOLCOMB. Feb. 27,1834. NOIICE. The firm ofBLACHLY, WELLS ft SIMPSON o this oity, was di#tolved on the7 h instant. The business of the firm will be settled by Oliver B. Blaehly andJoAn.d. Simpson. OLIVER n. BLACIILY, HENRY WELLS, JOHN A. SIMPSON. Cincinnati, Feh. 18,1S34.    if FLINT GLASK rjpHE subnorihert are receiving regular tnppliet from (heir manufactory at Pitlshurg, and have now on hand a largo assnrtmenl of F'LINT GLASSWARE, oon-ijiling, in part, of Druooists’ Wake, Jabs, ftc. for Confectionary. Cut and Plain Decanters, Tumbler», Winrs, fto. Cut and Preireil Suits, Bowls, Dishes, Plate*, fto.; and a general assortment of Glass Knobs uf various patterns; for sale on moderate term* Apply to    BAKEWELL9    ft    ANDERSON, SO. Pearl st. Broken F/iist Glass, if clean, received iu pay merit or cxclungr, at the ubove cstabliihmenl, March 28.    I—v SUGAR, UOFFEE jUST reoeived pe^ Steamer Philudelpliiu, 10 llhda N. O, Sugar, 5 bbla loaf do. 10 hags St. Domingo Coffee, 8 boxes aporin ciimllet, 12 “ el.irct wine (Vintage of 1838,) for tale low by    C. MACALASlER ft Co. March 27lh, 1834.    tf. SPLENDp 1IAT8 AT l||! AP.^VOODRUFF respectfully irifoimt the citizebs • of Cincinnati and tbe public, that he hat taken tha new store. No. 90, Main street, sPcnml store below Third street, for the tale mf the above named Hats, and rApeclfuIly invites the public to call and examine Ahem HI he pledges hfiiisalf that they are lupeiior to any Hut, ever offered in the western country for the price; and for texture, durability and fitii*h aro equal to Leuvy ft Cu’s. celebrated four dollar Hals; they are made after the latest New York anil Phil>idel[ihia. fiiihioiit, and he h:ii made arrangeroents for the eurli<;s( informulinn of the eusiern fashions, and he hopes by paying strict attention to the husines*, to merit a share of the public patronage The strictest aitention v*<ill he paid to Huts made to order; and all H'lii sold by him yv'll ^ ’**’1* raiitiul to give perfect satisfaction. O^^Merohants (hut purchapo by the case are invited to Call and examine them (uneinuati, Feb. B. 1834. IIYG El AN IMIsLS. The undersigned having beep appointed sole agent for vending the celebrate j Hygean Universal Medicines, in (he SlHte of Ohio, >snd considering it to be s duty he owes, as well to (b v pul lie as to his customers, to give the earliest information of any iropoiiliun which may be practised upon them, by oouiiterfeiling the abiive medicine, he, therefore, takes (his method of io-forming irl! qUírioiis who are in the habit of using them Uiafh ‘i.'C leniiine medicines oan only be procured in (hi, State directly ftom the iindrrsigncd, or sub-agent bavins a regular appointment under his hand. He wnnhi also state there is no other general agent (nr the sale of said genuine medicines in the U. 8. ex. oept D.iotor Shepherd M lat, of Brooklin, New York; Hiiil that neither Jrfqui» ft Mar#h, (if Ihrre is such firat in New York,) nor It. P. II ly», of Cinoiniiatf, have any anihnriiy to fell said nie'ticines, either directly or indirectly, from the Britisk College of Healtkthe, •herefore, caniinnt (he | ubiic Irom | urrhasiog an) medicines pur. porting to he toM by aiilhority of said iiwiiiulion within (hi* Slaio, unless from (ho subsoiiber, r»r hia siiLaient, duly appointed.    WM.    DIS.NEY, t'lnci.inaii, Feh. 7, /I834.    _______ BOXES FreiU Orange#, buxet Lrlmons, Rioeiied ner sIcaiAi boat ChnnceBor, and for tale by g,„il I. '    '    M’GI.ELLEN    ft    YORKE. rjp. tórm ED AND EOBSALE BY .iEX aNDJIK Fl.ASlI, Third Street. Anarrativ* of the Life of Colonel Crockett; written by bins- The Clns# Book of Anatomy, designed for School*. Good'aBook *f Na'ure, abridged from lbs original, work. No. 2 of the second volume of La France Litterare-The March No ol the l.ihrary. WANTED TD PURCHASE. ANEA'P Dwell ng house und Irit inlhiscity, for which $500 a ill he paid in cash, and (he balatvna of the purchase muiipy satisfactorily lei ured. Appiv to No. 56 Main street.    i.    F. EARLE. Ciii. aprilS, 18:54. NOTICE. rjiiiE Subscribers have this day formed a partner ship to ihe Hat, Fur, nnd Hut Trimming business, under the firm uf Coombs &. Valtelte, SAMUEL A COOMBS, April IV'llm.    HENRY    VALLEITE^ wixE mrrTi.E.s. 34 Hiimprrt Wine bodies jn*t received amj_for s»|* March 21 Ramsay & vattier. ROBERT Gs S¡»Uni & CO. Importers, Manufacturers, and Wholeaale DeaUrSy J^ESPECEFULLY call tho attention ol Weatern Merchants to on examinaiion of (heir sto< k, when ‘ making their Spring purchases, in die folluwing kinds of Goods: 100 oaikt common qnaliiy palm leaf hats; too    do    medium    do    do 100    do    lupeg    do    do 75    do    the best    manufaotured do 100    Cases    Leghorn    Bonnets; r: 50 50 135 |30 do do do do do do English Coltageshape; do real French Tuscan; do    do    Imitation; Fancy straw, assorted styletand qiialiiies; Cypress do a new and elegant article. —ALSO— ArV Entire assortment of French Silk Goods, Mvrioo''^^ and Thibet Shawls, Luce Goods, ftc.    ^ R. G. SMITH, JOHN C. HENDERSON, No. 176, Pearl Street, New York. Feb. 21, 1834. JUST ARRIVED—CHEAP MUSIC. ■ UST reteived hy Alexander Flash, No. 5, West 1 hird street, near (he Post Office. Easy studies (or the Flute, FUgeolett, or Violin, in numberffTtt 18 oonia each, or al {1 50 per doaen. Eauli nnmher of thia work is devoted exclusively, *lo Song*, Waltzes, Marches, nnd Saored Music, in order that the purchaser may be accommodated with eilbn OM or all, as may be preferred. AI.SO. Nichnltons Renutiet of Mataniello for lha FluU. april *5, 1814. Horn For sale a few BaUt of a auperior quality. Ann al (he Brawary of    P-    O.    BCILl. Feb. 38. BRISTOL BRICKS, JUST received at lha wholeaa'e Drug Sli^re, aigri nT the Golden Morter, No. 83, Main aUeet.    '    \ .94 Philosophy or Moral FeeliDn. FjpHB above work just received and for salt Sept II. ALF.X. ÍLA8H, No. I West Third 8t . M SPANISH chocolate! 4 FEW bozos of euperior quality for ntle k* March 14.    W.    Ikl^NlS. RISING SUN. HOUSE anil lot iu the above ttxivn, fur sale at very low price, and long medit apply to ^    I.    r.    EARLE. FDR SALE ON ('0\SIG¡\BE:\T. ■| pL HHpS. N. O. SUGAR, Superior quality, 100 bbla.    “    \    “ 32 “    N; O. Molaaaee I “    SUreh 8 Pipea Gin 5 half Pipea Brandy Just reoaived per bloainar Ilonitr, by C. MACALESTEK &. Ce. Uarob 31,1834. P A I NTER’S DI A BO.\ D C EB l’Ü^T. N invaliial le (luirovery fur joining ireftea glnaa, cAt-eartken waire, and fancy artitlesy ol «very de> toripisiui This/smeiit is nrknowledged to be superior lonny thing of (be kind e*er offered to (he publio. It resists wi-t, will stand jtiy ordinary degree of heui, and iU hardness when t>)t it (ruly astunithing. For tale Whulcsala er Heiail at (ho Wkolisale Daug Store, sign of th e Uolisn 4iortar, No. B3 Mam tl. April 7,1034. AV ATVTFD A OQijy    e.eqSed    with    th.    Cot- ^vin    Managing    Machinery,    to    go    typ    « April3d,,834.    W.    D.    JONEF SUGAR AND RICE. U jT received, and for tale low— 10 baxea snperior Loaf Sugar, 4 Hercet new crop Rice. april I C. MACAUBTF.R 4fa €0.  -- >VR SALE, A SITjENDID barouche Apply to    "    ’"¡'r'VaMiV •'•Main».,. un

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