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The Daily Cincinnati Republican And Commercial Regeister (Newspaper) - May 1, 1834, Cincinnati, Ohio T .•of-3p-i-.t- )>ííÍf:T¡ Rílxít -itV- 'V ' !At ■ ni} - jrn wi • ^ ' rÍ¿'HOPEAi\ AGEA’CY, , jMnÚM!a,rly viik Grtai Brüaiit aitd Irtland. Exchange Hotel, 1 Püíahuigh, Dec. 17, 1833.Í nW^Tlirr^/l it «el'<U. •• nsil»!, t« IcHTB Plttt-livP*.t*’e (Ihj of Mnrcb, and Mil from jfntbe fir«< «•«) uf Anril next, on a fifteenth LÍÍÍMt4l Gruul Briiaiii and Ireland. traiiHtclini; y^l«atari,>ti^n uf l>«i*ine«», aea GF..NÍ3RAL AGENT, i»{}} retura U> PitUburgb, about the first of Ueoem* ' '^T.W NOVEL., . »1Cl A Ware, or the Ruined Tainily, t roh. mo-> o»T4. IB33.__' ANete RepubUcan ^éptr at «u Seat^Gotimment of the State of Ohio. ' - IV rr r NEW NOVEL. X'l'sitif nnil SkctchCA OF THE IRISH PEASANTRY. ■w TTST received, <be    . JUS I    fLASÍl,.V<». 5, Wetl Third UtetX Sepfemher 12, Iu3j. AVINO beep elected Stale Printer for the three euMiinr year», 1 pmpoie to publish at the Me i tropi'Ui of Oliio^ H weekly Newipa|>er of the large»-I cluii, to be executed in a «tjle of elegance and neatt j ne«i, not by any pwblio in the We*. I State*. It will prohu'.dy be entitled the I COLUIttBtS COURIER, i    AND OHIO people’s PRES.S. ¿a^'ye^M ago he made exten-íve    ! • ^    remittance, could be made »nd received, í'í^tfcereby rhoaiey remittance, could .1 «pimI from upwnrdi of five haudred citiw and lowr, . heooslinent of Europe, »ix: in France, IJollaud, ( pWW* SwiUcrland, Itaiy, &o. tc.    i Iti England, Scotland ami Ireland, legaciri and bered- j property recovmy and received, {.inda, houiei, Í V tMMffleDt. Wild; clai"», dril», dues, demand*, inheri- • ‘.,; lkDce. and rent, (vdtecled; e«iat>. loana^’ed; .lock», ‘%nd alt kind, of «evi.ion.ry property .old j'dividenda * * — —*I..«    aL, ~y A publiibeil by Sept. 4. OVF.LL’S FOLLY, by Mr.. Hmti, will .horllr he flUBBARl) * EDMANÜ3, Corner of Main and Columbia at.. ÍLlRPirVTER’S CO.^POUND OF Snr8aparilla,Cubclys and Copaira, ForSaUbyR. P. 4* C. WILLIAMS, BOSTON, MASS. BENJAMIN’S PRACTICAL HOUSE CARPENTER —being a Cúmplele Developcment of the Grecian Orrlcii of Architecture, metliudi cd and arranged in .uch a (imple and cnmprehen.ife ma nera. to bee.idy utrder-.tood—each example being fa. )inned according to the ni'W.ffMia ...U,  -------- )™ú™í’í.?ra':ír¿    i    ’»’■    r^, Sent. 4_r»i I    IIAMSAY    A,    TATTIER \hrre find proper ti»e miking that ingi, and example, of ^    ^       1__! Ibel u.can, Dorio, Ionic, CorintI iun and Com^*ne Or* . der., with all their ditaili, dra in to a large scale; to *.........“    t,    ' WHICH win   ,j      . Sketches Ironi Veimian HiMory.    i, reRKinaliJe, nmi simll not be di»appointed Talc, of the Glauber Spa-.-Dy ieveral Amer. author!. ,aen Number, containing a minute and nmpte detail of The-Comforter-By a Villiige Puslor.    my views, it) velnliuii to the prcieut stale of American Oiirdap'. History oMhe AmeririiB Theatre.    Politics, and my opinion, at large upon ull the import .    ...    rpopíTíd    Totinc    in    tlifl    choice    oí    aisi^n j Diirdap’s History of the Amenrun ineaire.    roiun.n,    ,................ ^ *}■ I .Also—A variety of Fancy», »nd prime Havana i m,t nuestiona o( National Policy, wliicb ate now in dis-i A EG A RS.    ^ALEXANDER FLASH. i cussion bctorn the cuoniry, )*ill be published without - nniiccvst'iry delay, aiid »uit into every town andtuwii* ”„TmWiancrin taking the at knowlcdgm. nt of fine. examining wilnes.e. under commission; And rcc    i.    „fje,vvi.míinfí!    cóiup»*»in<    and    crosi thero in e?i- »M14 IW.V»' ' proci**t>g all kinds of dorumeut.s; coiupmin ‘nme, if neot-narj, and proving tl [    on    trial, witnessing the execution of deeds ind ^'aBemorials thereof, so that they can be registered nc. n_.i.of all 'HIDES. -m g^i\£\ Missouri Hides, 400 do Calfskins, 30 ibis Tanners Oil, ICO boxes Window Glass, Just received and for sale by ^Bcmorisis tocrcoi, cording to net of Parliament, m iking «rarrhes of a 1 ....Sim «nicei: provine the idenlilj and exisi- kind. in public ofilce»; provine the tdenii j ana exist- esceflf Ctslui que Vies, cr 1 ves of lease, ol I Hnds;pro- JAMES JOHNSON. No. 41), Main street nnnecesiary delay. ijSliip of every county of the Slate, by proper Agents up-I coiiitcd for (hat purpose. j At (his time, and in this' sheet, which is designed only I as * Subscription Paper, 1 can but britfly stntc, in ad { vatice, and mr the satistuction of liioic who are not per* I .lonally acquainted with uic— 1st. Tliiit I am uocoDiciuijs of any change in the pn- i licsl    ■    ■ Nov 14,133. VOW VI    a|*s<.*    T    - - . . . oiiHng nud receivin-g consignments of goods and Vessels, \ Ao ¿3. if reqiiirerl, rtference can be given in every port of the Unite I Slates, and every infigmi^^^ may be obtained, il scntimen'a, omny dcviiiiioa trom the demorraUc I doctrine*, which I entertHiiieJ and endeavored to cn-. (hroueh iheculumusof the “OAfo People's Pres»,’* nniic U    •    f    •    ..1    «<"'óh arc a^ded a series of Deiigi .for Portico», Frontis- f|lHn.nbscr.hcrha.onhand^    piece*, Doors, Windows, Cap. and S.lls, Sa*h Frame., A.ltandard LAW POOKw, the remiuns ofa stock in tt„hes and Shutters, Base and Sutbaie Mooldiuvi, Archi-Irade.w hich will be sold at co*S or lesOo clow them | trasc*, Chimney Piece., Trusses for Roof, and Parti Enquire of    HATS,    No.    «3,    .Mam    st.    , stairs. Jtc. Engraved on Sixty-Four l>irge Quar- Srptember 3,1833.    I to Copper Plate», Hy Asher Ddnjumin, author of the ' “Amoricnn linilder* Companion,” and the “Rifdiment* tXINC-'E.XTRATED DISINFí'X^njMG ¡of Arcbitcclore.” Sold, whole.iile and retail,by R P l^llltioil of Chloride oFSoda,    ¡& C. WILLIA.MS, wholesale and Retail Booksellers, 1 Nos. 18 and 20, Co.f'hill, Bo*ton, and by the principal For pieseiving meat, remosing offeusive «nells, neu-I Bookseller* in the United State*. trslixiog pcslileuiiaJ exhalations, -nd dMfrojnny ! juo* iq, 1833.    ______ 1?. I,AAV LIBRARY. eontagiun.    , Prepared of uniforni strength, according to (he formu- i '‘■“•Í JBST RECi;fvVD-Tr....,„dN,,    Li RAMSAY & VATTIER brury, contiiinmg n Tre«(i*e od the statutes of Lim-—    ■-    ¡    itution,    by    W, Blansliard, Erq. of the Inner Temple. - •---T.„.. WIJWES, THE PURE JÜ1CK OF THE GRAPE , pORT, (Harris’ brand) double grape viut"g4 Madeira, (from the house of Newton,Gordjn, M ur l***s A Scott,) vintage of 18S5. Pale Sherry, Claret, (Chissmak-g^Cb’i brand ) Old Stoce.—CAampatga*, (l.emoinc’s brand.) 0;¿rTlie lAbscribei' has rrceived the above dc*<;ribed Wine», said by ronnoinieur» to b.w perfectly pure, tad of the trryjiafítjíovor.    gi He intends keeping soch wines es are free from aleoholf detigiicd for medicinal use. Phyticiani and epieuree may rely with the utmost con fiilence on the purity of the wines he importt. R. P. HATS, Sign of the Golden Mortar, No. 83, Main street. April 9,1833. NEW IWKRiS arrived. by post paid letter, European Agent, Pitlaburgh, Pa. Perrons in Cincinna’i or vicinity, wirtiiiig to transact busintssjhrouih Mr. Sts#WvS,oiM»apply to Metsrs. W. C. S-TEWART & CO., M’CANDLF.-S, SEMPLK iV CO., JAMES M'CANDLESS, Esq., V. B. H'iRTON, E»q-Jauuary *9 SCIIDOL WOK DEFD^ITDRV, Hubbard & EDMANDS, oomn of Mwu and Columbia St.. Pubh.lnrs and Booksellefs. have tor . '-i¿ÍTt'ÍÍ'”1S“S“ a'iiiTrric.. p.r. ____ Letters of lloiace Wolpole, edited hy Lord Dover, 2 voli; Delaware, ortho Ruined Family, n Tale in 2 vols; Traits and Sketches of Irish Peasantry, first series; Duer's Oiitl.nrs of the Conslituiiuual Ju[i*|irudence | Beitin on    , iranshiled by C. W. Chaoncy, M. D A Trcaiise on ihe Law of Libri and Ibe I ibcrly of the Pres., by Thomas Cooper. M. D. LI. D. and Piu.i- dent ol Colombia College, S. C (if-hl ÜI C/ÜIOUtl/1'X    y    . The Diegi-si*, being a disco) cry of the Origin, Evidence*, and E.irly History of Christianity, never yet bo-r«.~ „• ..i.puiiii,0 full, andfaitlifully set firth, by fore or elsewbire 50 fully - -    g the Rev. Rob.rtTi.jlor, Nov.^^.'^    5    Third    street,    near    the    Post    Office. ArithmeUc, Boylston ST. LOVSS PAC'KIiT. Tlie*tenm boat ROBERT FUL-T0.\, Jas, T, Twiihell, Master; aLwr.ivi,      ^    steamboat    BANNER,    Henry nt of hi*, with copiou* additions from hi* i    -T—. ,,r-'lv ’ •    .    .    — ver work, rendering the Syntax very coinpl te, to : ,..Tt V^‘“" ■ By ii.i"*'.' P'y    beiiveen    CINCINNVTI    und    ST, »    '    .LOUld.    Fur    freight    or    passage,    having    excellent    ac ¡f^epartment of Writing and Sl hool, Boston. % ALGER’S MURRAY, being Murray’s own A I iorce, through ibe columns of II 1828. 2d, That the course of the administration of Andrew Jiick#o i, from hii inauguration up to the present (icriod, has received my uiiifoiin support and unqualified approbntioii. .3d. Tliitt 1 am decidedly in faviir of the rieiidrnt's ccoinuiendation to reduce Ihe price of the pub ic lands o the cost of lurv.y und sale; end that I think hi titled to the thanks and gratitude of llie people, for hi* rejfctioii of Mr. Clay’s Laud Bill, of last year, as a meuiure violating the express terms of the grunts of Ihe iiiiliouji domain hy the Urigiuul States to the Federal Guvernmciit, and disastrous iu its cfiects to the whole Western Country. 4tli, 'I'tiat I have had no new opinions to form since (he year |8II, in relation to the unconstilutioniility nealcri in Drugs, Painti, Oil*, Dye Siiifl*, Chemioiil* i/e., 195 iMain, between 5*h and 6lh, and South Weil corner of Peurl and Main Street*. Sept, 3.    tf "" 'i:;'o7;:;rór',hé Vie...set v.»..,, ¡ and highly dangerous tendency of the Bank of the United Stales. This was the period, it will he 'ccollecl fed when Mr. Clay, and other euiinent staleiiiien, nom ’ louily «usltiiiing this gigantic and corrupt engine 10 zealously »u.<-.111111,5 ......g.g............ ufa Moneyed Ai'istocracy, uoiiieiided with unsurpassed eloquence and argum^ent, against its icctiarter, as sub virsivo c.f the nghts^ibei-lieaand morals of the country. Ci-iitd not and would not have voted for the re-ckclion of Gen. Jackson, in 1632, if he had failed to place bis veto on the Bank Bill of lh« previous session of Coii-gres*. And 1 consider the “Reoioval of the Deposites,” W n inNF- |"h'cb is now Hie vexed question of the day, as mi-n ly . V. JUNE». J i/,e carrying out, into (ull and final execution, of Ibe I i)rii!ci|-lti su clearly and euipliutically enforced iu the ■tc Sleirage. 5th. That the present state of political parties in our demands a concentration of public arxrr work, rendering    . which Questions for examination are added. rael Alger, jr. A* a cheap and compendious elementary work f.r general use, thivis probably the best Grammar extant, ml U rnnidiv siiinitii introduction into most of llio coinuiodations, apply to Deccmbir 20. DR. FR AIVKLEV’S LETTERS. Hubbard & EDMA.NDS, havejnst received a col lection ol Ihe Familiar Letters and MUcellitneous Paper* of Dr. Franklin; now for the first lime published. In 1 V4)l. l2roo., 296 pujes. AU2.2S. If. JUST PUBLISHED And for sale at the Ohio Book Store, 217 Main St. ■-N SWNITVI’S IniolInriiiHl Arilhmelio for vouiit; Chil- by BARNUM’S Intellectual Arithnielic for young dren, containing mental exercises, illustrate numeioui eneravings. Mrs. Lincoln’* familiar lecture* on Botany; Mr*. Phelps’ (formerly Mr*. Lincoln) Botany for beginner*, Thccliild’s Botany vine*, Also—The September No. containa a Trealise on Ihe law of Distresses, liy James Brady of Lincoln’s Inn. For sale hy    ALEX.    FLASH. No. 5, M’eit Third-street, near the Post-office TO STOl\E CUTT ERS. IAHE undiriigned, wishing to decline bumess offo ST one CUT! ING eilablithmenllor sale. I is situated in (he City of Maysville, the roost flourishing Enlace on the Weitrro waters. I have on hand about. 1000 feei of ttrst rate rocky vyitb Shop-tonl*, S>wcd Slone, und other appurtenances. Terii.s will be made liberal. Good security will be required from ibo-e who may wish to purchase. (There is but one Stone Vard iu the place. JAMFS PHILIPS. MHy*ville,June 12,1833. Importniit to Anti«|iinriaii.*«. fjlOR 5ALK, the following valuable Italian Work, publiiht’d ill 1760, in (wo folio vul*. with numrrcui Plates: LE PITTURE ANTICUE irERCOLANO; Or, The Puinlthg* of the Antiquities of Herculaneum, us taken from the Walls. ALEX. FLASH, Oct. 7. No 5 W. Third St., near (he Post Ofliee. Q^he Americans; hy C.d Hamilton ¡ unllior of Cyr- I^IEN AM> 31AVINERÍÍ5, illustrated by numerous engra- :7;; i’si;'!'    •    T¿.v.,vru,ui.,,.a... ...j. rate price, it is so copious, a. in most cans to iu|)«rtcde tfc« neoessity ofa larger work. MURRAY’S EXERCISES, a r,ew and greatly ira- YORKE, >lACALl>i !*R A: CO. CO.MMISSION MERCHANTS, NEW-ORLF.ANS, Prompt «tlenlion given to SALES 01 MER- CllA.M)IEF.Hnd the FORWARDING of GOODS. Sketches »nd anecdote*, illustrative of Femsle cliarac-(pr Bickncll’s counterfeit Detector in numbers, 12* cts. each.    H.    L.    ^    H.    3. BARNUM. Sept. 19, 1833 ill Thornton, tc. ic. this day rereivvd by ’    HUBBARD    i    EDMANDS. October 4, 1833. ■ tw FRESH TEsAS. Imperial, hyson, young hyson, souch ONG TEAS,of this spring's Importation, and very fine flavored, designed to supply private Families at Retail. Just received at the sign of the Guldtr^.Murtar,jSo 83 Main St. June 14. I. F. EARLE, STOCK A.ND E.XCTIANGE BROKER, ®    No.    53,    Main    street,    Cincinnati AS FOR SALE- 4 lots on Franklin slrec't, hy tin- W i- 'wi.rd Hi|ls School; 4 lots on Prospect Hill, near the Cai ;,I: I do. on Third street; J Farm, three miles from Cincinnati, on (lit Spiing^ Seld Turnpike, containing 70 acres; I Farm, fi'ur miles from Cincinnati, on (he Madisoa Roinl, excellent improvpini (it*, containing 40 acres; From four to fnu mile* from Cincinnati, on the Madr •on rood—one Farm of 12 acre*, one of !5, three of and two of 40 acres, suitable for gentlemen's leuts, for cn*l'., R. P. HAYS. ERAAKLIX EXCHAXGE j Main Street, in the cellar adjoining the Franklin Bank. HARRISON wou’d respectfully inform his friends, and the lovers of gord cheer, generally, in Cincin- turare iiiscrte.l. nnd references l-T figure* are ran.te to ¡ ^ i^gncp, „i„je on Consignments of Produce to *aid ™les and ob;crvatio...,1)y which taUe Grammar is to i    C.    MACALI^S    f^l    Í:    CO., iMY. corrected. By I. Alger, jr. ROMAN ANTIQUITIES, AND ANCIENT .HOLOGY; By Charles K. Dill-iway, liistructir in the Ballon Fablic Latin School, lllustmledby elegant on by Novrmber 2, 1833. Of Cincinnati, Ohio. (13m RELRHOUS WORKS. JUST RECEIVED—A few copies of Lectures on Re vívala of iltligion, by William B, Sjiriiguc, D. D., I'.iinr nf the Second Preabyterian Church in Albany, gvavings. FIRST BOOK IN A»STaONOMY, clcdgned for Ihe „ ■sc af Common Schools. Ilhiatraled by Sled Pt.iti En- j Pastor of the Second ______^ graving», Rev. J. L. Blake, A M. Author of Ihe ; wilh an Introductory Es.av,‘'by Leonaril Wood*, D. D. : Historical Reader, lmprt>veinenls ill Blake’s Philosophy,    '     > country, iiupcmi.t.j  ______ •ciiliincnt upon tliefilness and qualifications of thecan-dnluie, who is to (ucceed the jireic nt incumbent in the Pi esidcntini Chair. Clh. That, for this purpose, a National Contention, such os (hut rtcommended by the Ohio Stale Convi-n tioii of U^8lh of January last, is of vital and indi*pcn-i »uhle imporT.-jnce, to unite and harmonize Ibo gna ¡ Democratic Party of (he Union, and ensure the complete triumph of Republicau Principies in 1836. 7th. That the candidate of the Party should be a known nrd eminent Democrat of the JdTerson School, untrameiled hy bigoted or visionary construction* of the Constitution, and uiituintcd with (be mad heresy of Nui-liticution. Biblical Reader, nnd other works oh Education. BLAKE’S NATURAL PHILOSOPHY, being'Con versalions on Philosophy, with the addition of exiilana toryNote*, Qiie*(ions for Ex-iniinntion, and a Dic'ioiia rj of Philoiopliical Term*. Tha whole accompanied with Plates. A new nnd beautiful stereolyfie edition. Ptrhap* no work has contributed so much as this to cite a fondness for the sfiuly of Natural l‘hilo*o|ihy in 7outiiful mii d(. The faiiiiliur cmnpariions with which Wllll Ull 1..........-----J Also, an Apsendix, coniistitig of Letters from fcveral cel-e brat i d CiiTgyii.i-n. IÜ    r , AI-=o, “The Jews nnd (he Mosaio Law,” by Isaac Lee I si r, Reader of the Pottiiguese Jewish Cotigregutioo in Philadijpliia. Also,Gui.'o to nn Iridi Gentleman in hi* Search ofa Religion, by the Rev. Mortimer O’Sullivan, A. M. Rector ofKillyman. For sale by ALEX’R FLASH, Nov. 19.-tf No. 5, West Third ilrect. fOUtUlUl IBliai. 1 lie lilllMIIUI*...................... 't abound*, awaken interest, and rivet the attention of¡ FlISTORV of Nubia and Ahyiiini.i, by the Rev. Mr. the pupil. It is introduced, with great success»into the ; fT Russell; P'jbiic SchoMs in Uuston.    I    History of Ireland, liy Tailor; THE YOUNG LADIES’-CLA5S BOOK; a Selcd-' Sketche* ot Venitnui IliMory ; tion of Lei.ions fur Headinr, i.i Prose snd Vi rse, By - •>    *.    - -:__i ..r.i.    -    •' ¿jcntzer Bailey, Principal of llic Young Ladies’High History of Florentine R< public*,by M. La Potf^; Memoirs of the Court o( Chsriet L hy Lucy Aikiii; Schobl, Burton. Together with as I.-irge ann.ssnrlraent of SCHOOL AND CHILDRE.NS BOOKS as can be found in tb» wesieri) country, and on as hberal leroi*.    i School V’iiiloti and 'i'c ichers nre    requested to | examine. Copie» furnished kr cxamiualion.    ; September'S3J.    j Clh.' That the Iljn. Martin BunEN,^wh«»e Hie Chief Mugirtracy were lo disiinguished claim*!; ..... —..... ully recogiiiztd by ihel ate Ohio Curt ention, i*, in ray crtimulioi), one of the most patriotic auil meritorious ' ‘■--o..    th^psleem. «/iiu X*l    , Statesmen of the Union, nnd fully entitled to theesteeiu, coufideuce, and siipi>ort of the Democracy of the Country. And should be, (or any uther worthy and talented member of the Rppublioan Party,) become the Nominee nf the National Convention, I shall unqiiestinnubly support the noiuinatio;! with all life zeal and energy iu my CL\CI\i\ATI AVD noiIISVinLE MAIL PACKET. helrrrteoiíteñl '’n 'T''- ''.I,“>''"1 lo their'    'V^ulírí?' hearts .content. liis bar is tilled with (he most exquisite j Louisville. For Freight or Paiisgo apply to S., wine*, prthop», nboot town. Every evening, from 6 to 11, he will furnish nnv quantity of rich smoking    i MUSÍI AND MILK,    ' a rarity not to be found tvi ry where; nnd, at all times of (he day, he that is an hungered, can regale himiylf upon hoLluiciuus B BUCKWHEAT CAKES. Ob! hot buckwheat cakes,ill a cold frosty morning, When smoking and lighi, from (he griddle they come, With a slice of rich butler their surface adorning» Would strike uil the praise of an epicure dumb. Oct. S2.    (f W. D. JONES, Or J. STRADER. CINCINNATI IHncliiiic Card iTIanuractory. Ofice on Pearl Street, tiro doors from Main, One lot on Front street, to exchange for a small n Kciitud A tract ky; of land in Campbell county, Ky. on the Let, inglon ri^d, six miles from Covington, at« low rate,25 acresr    I 11 shares in the Woo*trr Turnpike; 20 do. Spriucfi'-hl do. Various article of FURNITURE, tc. Auausl 16.    tf XUW B(K)K8 ARRIVED. ^JUST RECEJ VED—The invisible gentleman, a nova y^yjrHEHF. are kc|»t constantly for sale an extensive ’’"9lh'’That the nomination of His Excellency Robert Ltic.ts, fur rc-tlaction to the Executive Chvir of_this St.te has mv cordial nnd unqualified approbation., my c .    mtlmmely.    H-» .epaW.ou). jAxrAKV AO. OP Tiin JirsEOi., JUST received by Alcx’r. Flash, No. 5, Wist third i Street, near the Post Ddice, the J iiiuaiy No. of the i oilier Kriií íe*, it Review of | I Must U II, C liiaiiiiiig, ¡iiu. iis  ............, Dr. Chalincr B.’-idgewutrr’s Treatise; nlsu Horace Wol-W poie’s Le'lert to Sir II race .M.inii; .®iijlring Syslem a( ' Sen; Rueti’s residence at the Court of Luudün; .Amer - : Ca by Col. Humilloi', ¿ic. tc.    j Jau.20. % ALUARI*!: IWiOKS RECEIVED By Alex. Flash, No. 5, West lid st. near Post Of The London Kec; s-ak*, superldy hound in crimson ^ silk, with spL-iidid Ei.graviiigs. The lioiidon Picturcfque Annual, with (pleiidid En- ^ griiviiig.5. The London Literary Suurenir, with i;ltndid F.iigia-Ting*. The Frivn-i’s Annual, or .Aurora Bnrcali*.    j The Chil Iren’s Friend, (r.inslared from Ihe French of M. Rjrqiiin, new and .revised edition.    ' Pin Money, a novel in 2yols. —-ALSO— Mailirraatics for Practical men, by Dr. Olintbua Gregory, Loudon Edition.    ' Jan. 28. History of Poland, b5- .himef Fletcher, Esq. Ilislory of the J^w«,()y Riv. Mr.; Full AnffiiL of the Rev'oiuiion in France, 1830; View uf Ancient and .Modern F.aypt, by Russell; Hi.lory of Paloitiiic or the Holy Lain!, hy do. llislury of Bnlid) India, in 3 vuU, cumpilud from eight authors, wiih plalt-s, &c, kc. Letters of Eitl r, eo’iled hy Dr. Brewiler j Brrw'irr’s N.itiirul iVlngic; i) ivy’s Anrtcnitiirul Chemistry; (io-id'i.Bo ik of Nature; Sjiurzheiiii’. I’tirfiioli-gy nnd Physiognomy; Hii row’s Element) of Chonilioloey ; 'The riiilusophy of Medieihe, hy Dr. Webb. Life of Olivi r I'romwc.l, by Ruv. Mr. Russell; -M-'ore’* Life of Byron; Life of Maiy Queen of Scot*, hy 11. G. .Bell, Esq. Life of Frsdeiic the Great, by Lord Dover; Lite of Sir Is.-mo N'ewlon, by Sir David Bruwslcr; Ml iii-)ir n( Iho Life of Wm. Livingston; Life of Mohunimrd, by Rev. T. lin-h; Life of the Rev. Robert ILill, und several other Bi-ogr.iphies, AI.SO, have known him Ion;,  ........... principles me of iin elevatud and diiinterested character;' and his amiable and excellent moral qiiulilies place him -- -    'Phi*    itri »llu uio .....---------- among the most estimable men in society. The ttri impartiiilily, the sterxi. i^eii’y-^d distiuguished abi ty,wilh wloeh he liashTféSíwTe diichiirgcd bis oflicia' duties, iillurd ihes irongpst and safest guarantee that he will C'intiip_e lo deserve the rnlire cuiifideuce and lup- Thc TOKEN, for 1834; The Geo*raphical Anriiial, for 1034, and numerous other Miscelluneoui Bioks -f For sale hy    AI.EX’R.    FLASH, No. 5, West Third St. near the Post Oflice. D c. 20. tf G LORES. U ORING’S new ind improved GLOBE.S, of sjperior . M-A mnn'ifiiciute, from nett drnteing»<mJetigraL'ingt. I ^ These <»1> bes are otfered to (he [uibll.-, as superior in 'c —1->■—1..Í.-/..unv    ; IXDJAXA GAZETTEER, OR Topographical Dictionary, containg ii description of the tevsral cuniities, town*, village*, selllemeiit, I’oar/i, lake*, rivers, creeks and .springs in the stale of In diuuH, withaiMnp. ''    '    '    • For sale hy HUBBARD & EDMANDS. Feb. 4. AVRIGHT tSc DOTY arewacy, elcfanre, itrtnglh and darahilily to any Globes ; -j- AVF, this day received per steam boat Sam’on-- u.,1«... ...r 1«... '"i''’''S7Kn'L"£a'L-ui‘''’' 6 liercisRice, new crop;—80 kegs Sounds and ,    , ,    .    J/-.    1    „i-    ,    Ton vncs, !uid to he superior to iitiV ever olfered in this Agsntsfor    «rer,    corner    .Warn    and    Columbia    sts    ^    ¡ taeotemher 14. HU.)  __________ U__    , j,25, LIGHT! LKOim    ------- At a meetir'gpf nioTEtri'IO.N SOCIETY, No. 1; I .^PPREXTICES WANTED. on motion—A’fic/tifd, Tlmt ihe citizens be ipspect ! FglWO cr three Aiqircmices lo the Prinliitg Business fviily rrqiiertcil through the public papers »i) set lights in JL will t their window's, on the alarm of lire in the nieht.    ,    appliciition GKV). P.TORRENCE, President. | Jemiury 3ft, 183^ J. I.. Txi.bott, Sec’ry. IfTThis Hrr.-»iigeineiit is the more nece*sary as nnr t will be taken at ihii Office, ly making iinmediute ALLEN S¿ DISNEY. A lie « iug'T.    ffia    Í»    orFilc'met.    di.IicuU    to    b.    per- *hich rsuirlersU'c ' rosi THE W AUAHII RIVER. Tlie rteaui boat SYLPH, arleton, Mnrter, will run as a port oft be Deniocrulic Party, And L-.itly, that I will kdvooate and support (Ae Tiends of the Republican Cause, upon all questions of ii olitical iharaclrr, us long »s their own course and cun-eiilille them to the aid of afreeui d indepen- diitt may dent prt's*, and no longpr. So much for a 4^ei-^iHine, a mere skeleton sketch of the course to he jmrsued ii    '    ' _____ill    the    political    department of the Coi.UMBUS CoÜRiF.n. hope it may he satisfiicto ry for Ihe prereul; iid all that cuu now with con vcnieiii e be viven I will embrace this occasion, however, in sincerity and •    •    --.-.II    correct    men    of    the iXEW BÍKIKS. ^KETCHES of Turkey iu 1831 and 1632, hy an ^ American. Vol. 3, Pulyneiinn Reaearche*,hy Wm.'Ellis. Lady ftlorgaii’s Dramatiu Sketches from real life. Marlin Faher, the story of a criminal. Owen’s Voyages to explore the shores of Africa, Ara- j bia and Mad.-igaicnr.    [ The Ilisforj of Charlemagne, by G. P. R. James.    | Vol, 60, H irper’s Family Library. ,    ' Published in New York, by (he Harper’s, and for sale in this city, by HUBBARD & EDMANDS, Cornet of Main and Columbia St Oct. 23.    q . . .mpply of MACHINE CAÍIDS of every description—warranted of the best quality, and offered at rc-.luced price*. Also for Sale, WOOL CARDING, PICKING, SIIEaUING, AND SPINNING MACHINERY. A. C. BROWA", Agent, Cincinnati, April 22, 1833. •9 in 2 vol*.—Service afloat, by an officer in the Navy. — Great Britain in 1833, by Baron D’Hnusselt—Tti' principles of Ihe art of inndern horiciuanthp, tor ladies g anil gentlemen, in whichall late improvements are ap plied to practice by M. Leabuud—Tales of the Caravan serair, bj Fraser—The laujhiiig {-hduiopher—Browu’fl (ecbiiiciil Dictionary. Also—2d edition of Rush’s memoranda of a residenoa at the court of London. Oct 16.    ALEX.    FLASH. No, S. West Third-street, near the Post office. ARRIVAL OF iXEAV BOOKS. gKETCHES of Turkey in 1831 &’32,by an America LIBRARY OF RffDIAXCE. J^RW VOLUME—THE BONDMAN. A story of Hie limes of Wnl Tjlrr Aug. 29. HUBBARD k. EDM.ANDS. THE HAX-OF-AVAR’S M ix\. JUST received ‘ THE .MaN-UF WAR’S MAN,” in 2 vol*, by the author of Turn Cringle’s Log, Fur sale by    A^EX’R.    FLASH, No. 5, West Third Sireet, near the Post Otfico. Oct. 22. IVlusciiin of Forcii^ii Literature, SCIEXCE VXD ART. JUST received, the October number of the abovo work.    ALEX’R    FLA^H, Oct. 23.    _    No.    5,    West    Third    itreel. TAXXERS’ OIL. B^LS. 'Tanners’ Oil will be *old low- to close consignment, by J. &J.MAHARU, Sept. 6.    Coriiertif    Walnut anil Water sis. BOOK BIXDERS’ BOARDS. A FEW ton* good HINDERS’ BDARl)S.ea*lcrn manufacture, lor sale by HUBBARD & F.DM ANUS, Sept. 6. Corner Main and Columbia st*. Lady .Morgan’s Diainatic Scenes from Real Life; Owciits Voyages to explore the Shores of .Africa, Ant-bin, nnd Mndazascar, in 2 vols.; James’ History of Charlemagne, I vol. Third vnl. Ellis’ Polynesian Researches; Martin Fahrr, (he story of a criiuinnl; The September number of the Book of Nature. For sale by    ALEX’R    FLASH, Oct. 24. No. 5, West Third stre^. SPURZIIEI-II OX IXSAXITY. JUST received, a few copie» of the above work; foi-sale by    ALEXANDER FLASH, A'o. 5, Wr»t Third St. near the Poet Ojfiet, September 12, 1833. If tf candor, to say to all honurnblo and correct i Opposition, (no matter under what name they oppose the .Administration,) that I am resolved they shall have no just ground of complaint against the fair, (he respectful and tnaffnanimous course, which 1 desire and design to 1 ihnll, at all limes, be happy lo and magnanimous pursue towards Ihe.m. i    ......... reciprocate the courtesies due to an honest dilTurenca of opinion: and while I may assail, as I frequently shall, the allacy of Iheir theories and the impolicy of their de-sign^ I shall not descend to improper imputations, nor pRrrt^al reiiroach. An Editor is not an irresponsible Jnal reproach iracler. He is and ought to be amenable to Society Although he may a- for the improprieties of his pen. At l.ougti ne rnay a-droilly avoid a liability lo legal penalliea, he 'oc^ust and condemned, according lo the roclilude or obhquily of his course. The current nows of the times-the interests of Literature, Agriculture, 'Trade, the Mechanic Arts, Ac. &c. attention—as will every other mat- will a'l receive proper cr proper for a public journal. Il is designed to rendSr 'The CouRiEn inferior tono paper west of the mountains, in size, elegance, and lypo- •    •    —.....«Ill ha on. tirely new, and the paper of the best quality number will be issued curly in next June, and as much sooner as practicable. An even exchange will bo made with all newapapors in the State, aa long as ihoy shall pursue as liberal, decorous and respectful a counig^o-wards I'lix Courier, as it will manifest towards (hem. The Terms will be two dollars in advance, in advance, or a note for three d -liars, payable at the end of the year. No paper will be sent by mail out of the county of Franklin, without payment in advance, nr a note previously given. Stationary Agents regularly authorized OVUAIIMIUSJ    -    .r^    ,    ... to acl'fo'r me in «U matters relating to (oruirtl in th# »iig1it. Jan 16. ogiil ir Irndi-r between Ciiicinniiti I tl ilio Wabash river. The9)lph ^__2__'    :    'iiiil (lie iii)|-i-r .''orli '    XEW    WORKS    '    liatn liidill Keel Boal, lo eii ibh-her lo proceed in the RECF.IVED by Ah x. Kluiti, No. 5, wesTC-l street,; '    "f wa t.r She has very good «ccommodn near the Port Olficr.    Uabin a lid D ck Paiseiig r*. For Irdghl or Herscheli’s Tre.iritaon Ailronooiy—with plates. Second vol. of Petrr Simple. Aurunj zebe, or u talc uf Aliaithid, in 2 vol*. - S.ISO— The Westminster Review, Oo'ober No. Lsw Library, Jaiinurv No. for 1834. Feb. 7.    ___    .    _    tf^ Fi(ESE\i\ ¡laiiJge app'y l'> W. 1). JONES, CixcixNATi; J. C.BU '-KLF.S, Louisvim.k; ROBERT \\ALLACE CO. TicnRKH.tUTE Jan. 18,__ 11 IS'FOR IC A L LIXrrURIX HE -uRs'-ribtr wil I deliver, in Lril-in’i Muirum, a course <if Lectun »,on Modern Historij-.—io Widiiesdnv eveiiin¿ lit* 5 n iimT 9. HUlffVSON. T ' menee on Wi diieiilriy eveiiiiijj A BEAUTIFUL____ CiOUUT PLAIS TER TABLETS just rec-ive-l )iu ! y New York, 'I'hcy are orimiueiiieJ by benulitnl i ___L_ water color rl.awini:*, of Lnnileoap' *. F/ower*, &o. and !    ■    ---- •re the oiost delieule und tn*ty articles for a pre*eiit j    JAJ.siXLA I r^X.XY -vlACi AZIXI'I. e»M otfered for sale here. Alio, received a few orna-    *•    h»rnt.ers    m.    d    piircliaiers    of the “TENNY .......  -'-’-I-    with    (he    I    -I '/ÍIXE,” «re re«p ctfully itiforiued, (hilt iu kllCIB ioiu.s.11*^ »-«•    -----J    ^ be appointed in every county and large town in the state. 'The TrattUing .dgents, shove mentioned, will convey the specimen nninber into all the villagesand settlement* XEW xXOVEL. I'kELORAlNE; by Wm. Goodwin, Hiilhor of Caleb LF Williams; in two volt. This.dav received hy Aug. 29.    HUBBARD    A    EDMANDS. PRIXTIXG PRESS .IIAXUFACTOKY AM) Priiiter§’ XYarehoiise. Dickinson & vMLi.iAMso.N,Fifihst., (between Elm nnd Plumb street*,) Cincinnati, havrcommenc-ed an estahlishment for the maiiufarAure of PRINTING PRESSES,of Medium Royal, Super Royal, Imperial and Miimmotli liz-», of cast iron. 'The FRANKLIN PRESS, no improved Prres by Mr, Dickin«on, (who Ims been engaged for several years past, in manuractnring Printing Presses,) combines great ease in working and durability in (hose parts where the friction is greule»t. The pull is probably the most easy that can be ohiained, giving an immense pressure. They also make the e:>mmon Press now to generally used in the West. D. and W. will shortly produce a mnchincto be worked in connection with the press, to perform all Ihe dnlie» lierelpfore perfurmed by tire roller boy, or the pressman with ball*. Machine* of this description have been in successful operation in the United States for several years and in thiscily for several months; producing bet (rr work than is usually done with rollers or ball».— Me*»rs. H ARPiHs, of New York, work all their presses in connection wiih these machines, one pressman there hy performing the work of two, with not more than ten per cent, adilitional labour, allowing him to work off twelve to fifteen tokens per day, if desirable, and keeping one uniform color through out. They also nnmiifncture an improved nppnratus for inking types with rollers, hy n boy, with traversing roller; by which means (he ink is equally distributed over ■ill parts of the roller whirh inks the forni. The Proprietors intend keeping (he following nrticles ciinslantly on hand: viz, .Moulds for casting rollers; Rot /er Fiamrs, douhleaind single;* of wrought and cast iron, all sizes; Composing Slicks, Poinls, Costs, etc. O^AII woik d.-)iic nt this e*tabh*hnient will be warranted. Term* are liberal, and/'neei very l«tv. Several sHcoml h md Presses for salo. Cinniniiati, Feb. 1,1633.    _ XEW UHIIJIREX’.'S FRIEXD. ^|3ALEá and Converiationi; or, the New Children’s 1. Friend. By Mrs. Markmnn, in 2 vols. HUBBARD & EDMANDS, Aug. 29.    Corner    of    Main    and    Columia    sit. AI^CTIOX AXDCOiR.RISSIOX HOUSE. TIIOS. B. ANDERSON Resrcci E UL1.1 luiorms ms tríenos and the public, that the commisiien he has obtained a* Auo-tinner, is nf the highest gra.le, and unth. rizri him tc *e\i.Merehandixe nf every description- His locution is at Ihe old cstalili.hed stnnd, corner of Sixth and Main Sts, formerly occupied hy W, Wood k Co., and well known as the OHIO AUCTION ROOMS. He w ill attend to sales of real estate, h'tnrehold fur niture, selling of stock in trade, &o. in any part of Iha city. Consignments of dry good», hardware, cullery, glass ware, books, groceriet, Ac., respectfully *olicited. Reference to Josiih Lawrence, Esq., and Wright Smith k Co. Nov. 27.    tf Geographical Annual. JUST received. the GEOGRAPHICAL ANNUAL for 1834, with numerou* colored Map* and Tables. For sule by    ALEX’K.    FLASH, No. 5, Weit Third street, near the Post Oflic®-Dt cembrr 2,1833. FLIXT GLASS WARE. 1>HE subscribers, in order tlial they may be better . enabled to keep on hand a large stock of GLASS. WARE, of every description, of their own manufacture, have tlelermincd to discontinue their personal atlend-«nce on the bu.«iness in this city, and appuiut, as Agents for (hat purpose, MESSRS. HASTIXGS A KXIGHT, Main sireet, between Third nnd Pearl, Whilst (hey devote their whole attention to their manu factory in Pitt»burg. Hopiiix this arrangement may meet Ihe views of their friend» nnd customers, (hey take the liberty of apprising them of it, and at the same time of requesting a portion of their biiiine**. J. ROBINSON k SON. nOBlNSON k SON nre Ihe Inventors, nnd not th« buyers of “ Patent Rights” for making GLASS KNOBS, which nre pronounced by the larceit poriion of cabinet makers in Fittsburgli, to be (ho best in market. April I, 1833. SKETCHES OF THE Livcfi ot* Ditstin^iiislieil Females, Wn S’ AXD GIRLS’ LIBRARY. JUST received. No*. 13 and 14 of the above miroed work, containing oftl.. «,,.,.1 .ounlio., Colunibus, Ohio, February 20,1634. OHIO PRAtrnCE. RACTICAL forms ill nction. P"’"""' Just received by Jun. I, 1834 FOR SALE. A FARM, tilualed 0(1 the Madiion Rood, futir mile* from Ciricinnali. On Ihe premise* ars a large Brick House, and tlie largest Uuru and Stable in (he; a g-.od Orchard, Garden, &r. Fur further par-lioiilari apidy to    S.    F,    E.ARLE, “ Perils of ike Sea:' and Sunday Evenings." *'    ALLX.    FLASH, Sept 11. No. 6 West Third St. near ttie Post Office. R. Storer find O. HI. Spencer Have ii*«ori.(ed rhemstlv* as parliier* III the practice of the Law, Their office i* at the North Weit riier of Front and Main streets. a # WRITTEN for giils, with a view to their metital and moral improvement, tn-an American Ladv i just I. Forsiileby    ALEX’R    FLASH, c IS/..I I'hi.a eceived Sept 12.-[lf] No. 5, West Third »(re*t London Xig;lit9 Entertniiiments. UST received ‘'London Nights Entertainment*,” in 2 Vola, by Litch Ritchie, author of Schirderhiiscr,l:c. For sale by    ALEX’R    FLASH, No. 5, We*t Third street, near the Post Officw December 2, 1833, BI.AXKETS! ly for steam boats, for sale by J. D. & C. JONES, Oct.8.-lf No. 19, Pearl Stgeet. COFFEE AXD SUGAR. JUST RECEIVED, 200 bags best Coffee, 20 hhds. 50bbl. October 14. prime New Orleans Sugar. McCLELLAN A YORK. FOR SALE. ^^NE of the inort deliehlful * luationi on (he Ohio River. It is well caloiilated for a place of piiblio busines*, siirh as Ihe V.iuxhall Garden New York; or for a Seminary, or tor private reiidencr*—it being within half an hour’s tide from Main street. For further in formation, enquire nf (lie subicribir, at hi* office. Cin. May 27Ih, I8:i3.    E. HU1.SE. IX)ST OR lUlSLAID, A FUR CAP, nenrly new, lined vvith dark brown silk, and qiiilt>-d—bought of Gen. A. Colton.— Any poison returning (he Cup to this office, will be liberally rewarded. November 30lh, 18.33. October 25. roented P.rforalcd Card Bu-ket*, which, above, are wall worthy the imaicdiute «I'®’’!'"" •/ aOUVI', BIC nail    J    ....------- - gentlemen wlu] &iay wiili sometliing rrcherc i.a and rare lor nn annua) reinoinhranci-r to a lair friend. Ter laine arrival, that sidendid work Ibe “Drawing Room Scrap Doi k,” ediletl hy Mils L. E I.sndnn, emhr-IHdied by 36 'r «xqoisite engraving» and tl -gantly bound; all which are offered fur sale at loAcit prp-c hy ALEX’U. PLASH, No, 5, West Third sireet, near the Post Office, Dec. r.__ confCfyicii o Ilf an iicd 1» nt ha; p-nin< to the hnx corita ining Tart* 5, 6,7 nnd 8, Hie I’lihlidier i* cnin|>ellcd to proofed to Part 9, n iilil (lie arrivnl of d iidioiite •    -    ■    < <-.    -    I'.    ' plates, whii'ti ar.r daily ( xpecttul flnm Errglaiid. Ph U 9, lOand tl, ore .'bis day rrcrivtd by H UBBARD & F.D.VIANDS. Snli*c»iption $t 50 per yi’nr. Feb 1.1.    ^_____ F DA'F Jl lEAL, V ROM the Defairare Pot ttoe Oats, just roceiVd.— Also, Triadwell'jrcriebrt'4ed Soda Biscuit, torera lioidari apply Jtily 18, 53 Main Itreel. PRIXTIXG IXK. 4FRF.*I1 lupplj of Winter nnd .Medium Printing INK, [Neis and Bonk Ink) the superior manufacturo oí M. P. Proiil, New York, Juvt H«*npivcil by IlUDBARD k EDMANDS, January 28. Curnor of Main and Culumbiii »t» tf I.AW XDTM’E. ÍiAIF.B B SMIlll, Atlorncv at Law, residing at yCnniiersville, Fayi'lle county, Indiana; will pvorapl ^ GLASS AXD HIDES. M 4I)4^K BOXES Window Glass, assorted sizes; 550 Super heavy flint Hides; 318) Pigs of Lend; 50 Casks of Honey; Also, a lot of Bo <ver. Otter and Bear Skins. Just ro-ceWed sVd fursal. by JAMES J0)1NST0N, Dec. 12.    49,    Mainst DR. DllAKl^rS ADDRESS. EMARK8 on the irnporlsnce ••( piomoting R nmíióriaíConcert.'in iheVatb-'y of the MímímíP* pi. It* a means of elr vniing itsrharavtci and perpctuaUni fb Union. Delivired in the Chiipel of 'Tran»)Ivauia Univcraily, to the l,i(cr.-iry ('ornention of Kentucky, or. 8, 1033. Tiibliihod by request of Iho Cunveotioii. Just received hi HUBBARD & EDMANDS, Feb 7.    Main    nnd    Columbia    streets. IX)XDDX PEXXY illAGAZIXE. HUBBIRD K, F-DMANDS have ju t received the first 20 numbt-rs of the nhove popular riuigczine. •They will continue to reovive it regularly as the uum-bers iiiue from the preav. Froin it* great ciiéi)|inesf, and (be immense amount of infurniiition contained in it* pages, and Ihe excclletil engraved illuitration*, the agents are conGJrut of un ex. tensive circulation of il nraung all cUsses of.Ihe com miinity—tliey are *ure, at legst, that il should be found ill every fiiinily, especinlly where there are oliiliircri— being, in its sly lo and subjects, quite within (lie reech ol their comprehension, I Each monthly No. contains 40 Rnysl Ovo. double column pugcs, und from 15 to fiOeiigruvingt. Pticu 12] cents per .No. Juntiary 3._ IIOIISEMAASIIII \    I    M.' /timiy i rc(#«..nfr , flYHf Principle* of the Art of Modern Horeomanship,!    "'•I*    l*«nd Ibrsugh thif eea- X .foe Lsdioe and Gentlemen-, in which all late i •nn, at the wlmlesalo Drug St «re, signed of the Golden —    --- eon, provamenle are applied lo practico For talo bv    ’ Morlar, No. 8J, Main elrool. 22    IIUBBAKD    A    EDMANDS.    i 24. TO THE LAD1I’:S.    | ''tU8T receivuit, at P0WAR3’ Hat and Cap Store, | if opp wite (bo Fft VNKLlN HANK, a small invoice oflmillí •’ Fur Mull*, Tippet*, Pelertne*, Bums, Ice. t)rt. 30    ¡ AIXIXZO WfllAXXI.XG, \TT01VWaV A-TlaWVt KPUlNGFlEI'.n, ILLINOIS. •■•■.a    I* ADVIUE T10 YOUVO MOTHERS oil the niys^nl Education or Children. By a Grandmoiher, Tiu'.* '*'|y «* civedby    I1UBBARD&EDMAN:^9- UKIKHKNCE»'. John 8. Lytle,    ") M, P.Cflssilly,    1 Talbot Jones, )Ckorial.sll. 8torer & Spi'iioer, | Dr.V.C. Muribull,j Feb. 9. icin Cincinnati. iiinin.- ly attend to the cidlrr.tiun of > laims, or nny other pro-leisionil hii'ines* »vhich inuy lie entrusted to hi* care, in liny ofthe eatlOn, middle or northern couuliey^ihe stute of liidiiina. Referió John Smith,    •) ^Hubbard & Edroand, Morris k Drake, Etqri. I). Van Mutre, Fsq. D, J Coswell, E*q. E, Woodruff, E*q. WAXtED, V CHANDLER and SOAP BOILER. None need apply who cannot produce (he best reoornoiandalion re*|iecting iheir tcmptritio iiabils, wurkminthip nod honesty. WM. BAIRD (k CO. lept. 13.183L Aug. 28. XEW GAZETTEER. UST rrceived Ihe Ohio Gazettesr, or Topogrephiciil J Dictionary of the Stale ol Ohio, eleveiilb edition, revi'td and euUrged. For sale hy iiubbaud a edmands. Feh 4. FOR SAI^. ACRES of LAND, 4 miles from Cincinnati, on the Mi'Ailsmited rmid lending to Sbaroni in Lull, to suit purchasers. ALSO, from 3 (o 400 cords of Wood, one Wugon, aml'four Horses, with hariiei*. Vo in good order. For the Wagon and Hor*es, tli« iiibicri-ber will take biiuling in payment forihavame. Enquire of    JOHN    8.    LONG, Aiig 19, 1033.—tf    l.iviiig    on    the    Treroiies. N. 0. The subscriber wishes to employ FIVE or SIX hands to chop cord wood.    J.    8. LO.NO. FICTURESRUE ALBU3I. The Picliire-que Album, or Europe illustrated; be« iiig a series of views from niiginal drawings. Just received by HUUBVRU k EDMANDS, Feb. 7.    Corner    Main    and Culumliia streets. 8PAXISII HEALTH CIIDCOLATIL DELMANICO’S Sponisli Healih Chncolutr, i; mjie riur article f r itivalnl»;' on hand and for sale by RAMSAY k VATTIER. J.inunry 3. TIHF. Fivo.i    c c .. OF LOUISIANA, ata received at par by the Lora nd Ten Dollar notes of the V//IOSBAAK — -    ISIAMA, are introial Bank of Cincinnati. Dec 23,1833. W. S. HATCH, Cashier. If FRESH OYSTERS. i 25 CEMTS PER DOZKJC.U A QUANTITY of Fresh Oysters this day reoeivtd at tba Tontino Coffae House, cornsr 3rd and Main, at 25 cla, per dozen OATES A WHITMORE. Jan. «8. LIBRARY OF llOMAXCI- TIIF. BONDMAN,by Lciloli Ritohje.jiul received A for sole bj    •    •    r-w    *'■    oit Aug. 30 ALF.X. FLASH, „ West ThirrTitretl. BJilATlMOUia OlíHTlílllH, Q;3*»(iN THE SHELL,)X0 At Uliiffffolil’s Coin’e-lloiisc. PRirF.S OF Ain ERTISIXG, As agreed upon by the Proprietors of iks several DsUly Papers rf Cineinnali. Sixteen lines, or less, for one insertion, • fiOc Do do do 3 do •    00 Do do do each additional insertion, ' 184 Longer advertisements in the same proportion. Advertiicnienla published twiceor thrioe a weak, to be charged 25 cents an insertion. Sixteen lines,    or    lass, for 3 months,    • Do do    do    0    do •    * Do do    do    12    do • VKAIILY AOVKRTmilO. For one square with privilege ofobangiag, For 3 do do do    do    • For 3 do do do    do $7 00 10 00 1« Oft •woo 16 00 30 00 Hubseription to the paper to be paid for separately. Whan a yearly adveriLaar oceupiaa more space Ihan agreed upon, ha ahall be ^barged,/for the •••! rates Aral above mantion^, hy the vssk, of 20 par cent, upon hia ytirplus bill. Steam boat advertisements not to ba d yaar. When a Steam Boat Agant's adrJ amount, in all months, to flftaan dollars,! fJNHE Bubsoribar has just received, and now sale, a annerlor lot'of BALTIMORE OYsTERS, in tks Skelt. Ila begs leave to inform hi» fritnds and the piiblto fanally, lhat lie will be regularly auppliad with thi belli^allty Daltimoro Oystera, which he will aall at 60 cents per doten. He has also »oeivad a tbw deten Terrspins )md a superior lot of.Spiced Oysters, wbioli will be sold do reaeonabie (arms. \    r.    a.    RINGGOLD. January 93-\    tf Steaui boat adverliaementa not lo be uublished by Ibe . 1—... _____ isoountofM Candidates for office to ba charged the regular priea « adyarlialng-aiid to pay In advance. Auctioneers who adfartiae by (ha year, to ba ehar|e4 srtra for all adrertisements for the aala of Real KeUU. A dieeount of 90 per cent, to be made on adrortilt. mente of Patent Medieinta.

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