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The Daily Cincinnati Republican And Commercial Regeister (Newspaper) - May 2, 1834, Cincinnati, Ohio mi mAND COmiHERCIAL REGISTER. i. Vw PR1STR» AND VPBUSRED BN JAHBS ABBBN & BICBABB BlSliBN-—CINCINNATI, OHIO. IV. OltRIS TOOTH WASH For cleHniing and preiering the Teeth and Giftn% and pufifjing the Breath ;—prepa?ed entirely from ▼egetable) subatancea, and i», highly apnrofcil, and recommended by Phystcianf and t)entiit* of the firat respectability. Juit received and for aalc by RAMSAT & VATTIER. January 35. • PlA^O-F<í^T^. FOR SALE. At the Ohio Auction Rooms, corner of .Main and Siith Street, an excellent toned Piano-Forte can be .obtained at a very low price. T. U. ANDERSON, October 19.    Auctioneer. J COOPER’S NEW NOVEL. UST received, “THE HEADSMAN," aancw novel in two vo!», by Cooper. For aale by    ' ALEX’R FLASH, No. 5, West Third street, near tho Post office. Nov. lat,13J.^-r    _ LAAV LIBRARY. JUST received,“A Practical Treatise nn the Law onn-cerning Lunatics,. Idiots, and persons of unsound luind, with an Appemlix of the Statutes of Enghind, Ire-and, and Scotland, relating to such persons, and prece dents and bills of costs. $y Leonard Shi Iford, E«q. of the Middle Temple, Bn'rristerat Law.” For saleby ALEX. FLASH, No. 5 West Third slroef, fear the Post Office. No ^    a Strictures on the case of ephraim k. AVERY.—Just received from Rhode Island, “Strictures on the case of E. K. Avery, bv Aristides.” For ■ ale by    ALEX.    FLASH, No. 5 West Third It. near the PoilOffiM. Nov. 2. DISSOLUTION. ^IPHE Partnership heretofore existing between Dick-JPL inson k Williamson, was dissolved on the 5lh of ctober, by mutual consent. Mr. Dickinson will coo-.nt£ the business.    S. S. DICKINSON. '    G. T. WILLIAMSON. October 29,1833. NEW NOVEL. DELORAINE, in 2 voli by William Goodwin, author of Caleb Williams; for sale by ALEX. FLASÍI, Aug. 30.'    ^ No. 5, West Third St. ACT!NO I>I.AYS, 1N0R sale by ALEX’R. FLASH, No. 5, West Third ; street, near the Post Office— The Hunchback, The Wife, • Charles the II, The Gamester, Mazeppn, Innkeeper of Abbeville, Amateurs and Actors, , The Review, or Wag of Windsor, Cherry and Fair Star, Forest of Bondy, Flying Dutchman, Blue Devils, Evadne, Sleep Walker, Biutus, Dimonand Pylhias, F^une’s Frolic, TNcInvinciblcs, Aladdin, Honest 'i hives, Fish cut oi W.atcr, Virgiriius, Speed the Plongh, School for Scandal, Mountaineers, Swectheatsaod Wives, .Masaniello, Don Giovani, Francis the first, Fazip, Spoil’d Child, /-BadlSn^Ao. &c, &c. ny 31, 1854. THE INVISIBLE OENTLEHIAN. A NEW work in two volumes, for sale by \    HUBBARD    &    EDMANDS. October 17.__ NEW BOOKS. JUST received, “A Subiillern’s Furlongh,” descriptive of scenes in vatioiis parts of the United States, Epperand Lower Canada, New Brunswick and Nova S otia, during the summer and autiimn o^ 1832; by L. T. Coke, Lieut, of »be 45ih regiment; Memoir of the i.ife ar.úl raprisonmml of Silvio Pellico; Translated by Thos. Rescue; Seventh Vol. of Miss E lgewoUe’i Novels and Tales; Second Vol.of Ellis’ Pulyneiiun Researches; For sale by    ALEX’R    FLASH, Oct. 29.    ^0-    5.    West    Tbiid    street. T TO LET. wo very convenient Brick Dwelling Houses on 5lh Nov. 30.    " PERIODICAL LIBRARY, VOL. III. fTtHE 1st, 2d and 3d Nos. of the above work are now A r tdy for delivery. It cnntnins the Life of Sir Walter Raleigh; Faintingi and Painters of Italy; and Au'.oo graphy of Jonn Gall. ® ^ '    ALEX’R FLASH. No. 5, Weat Third street, near the Puit Office. Dec. 31.    _ HUBBARD & EDUIANDS HVE received the following new BOOKS:— Bell on the Hand; The Duchess of Berri in La Vendee; Walderaar, by W. H. Harrison, Esq. Landscape Annual,for 1834; Forget Me Nm,for 1834; > Teken and Atlantic Souvenir. December 27. NEW BOOKS. JUST received Madden on the Infirmii in2voIs.    ,• Lights and Shadows of German Life. Canterbury Toirt, in 2 volumes. By Sophia and IBir-•tLee. For sale by    ALEX, FLASH, Dec. 4.    No.    6 West Third street. NEW BOOKS* JUST RF.CEIVF.D-Elements of Plane and Spherical Trigenometry, with Malbemetioai Tables, by J. K. Young, author of Analjtioal Geometry. Newioti Foster, or the Merchant’s Service, by the au-tlM.r of the King’s own, Peter Simple, &c. Phe Dominie’s Legacy, consisting of a series n Tales, lllusirative of the scenery and mnnnrrs of Scot and, Svols. IXmo. Also—Uibliolhrque Frannnis. f For sale by    HUllBARD    & EDMANDS, Corner of Muin and Columbia slreels, an. 18. TO PRINTER^'. ONE half of an rxtensive and valuable PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, (in Ohio, but not in Cincin* natl,) is offered for sale. The [ «per issued from the nina* en excellent and extensive subscription. The I* llising, book end job work are also extensive nnd valuable, the receipts of the past year amuiinting to ri aing $6000. The editor will retain his interuil and station. To a praotioni printer or a complete buiineie no oiM,ntant, the above offers inducement rarely to be met with in the Western oonnlry. Apniiostioii may be made Cireonatly or by letter (post paidj to the Editor of hicinnali Republican. • Mareb tt. the HH)E8. |l^>t A SUPERIOR Heavy Flint Hide*. SHtW ns do Ught do do. SO dosao Wool Hate. . \Juit received and for sale by JAMES JOHNSON, 49 Mailt *tr«at. íT MtNklA CARPENTER’S CHE^ALS, tkC. (COMPOUND Extract SarsaparíTIS. '    “    Buchu V “ “of Sarsaparilli, Ctíbebí and Co- . Precipitated Extract of Bark Extract of Quinipé “ NuxA'omica Oil of Cantharid^n “ Senapino “ Black Pepper “ Copaiva “ Cubebs Saratoga Powders Citratod Kali Solidified Copaiva Red Bark I Cnlysaya Bark ^ Chloride of Soda, On hand and for sale by RAMSAY Sc VATTIER. Sept. 30    ^ -m-FRIDAY MORNIIVG MAY 2, 1834. Clinlnici'íü’ Politic.*)! EcoBBoiiiy. A'I’KEA'I'ISE on Poliliciil Economy, in connexion with the Moral Slate and Moral Pro«pectS’of Society ; by Tlios. Chalmers, 1). D ; this day receivtai by Nov. 8.    HUBBARD    &    EDMANDS. LAW BOOKS. JUST Received by HjUBBARD & EDMANDS. Cernerwt Main and Columbia streets. Kent’s Cominentiiries, 4 vols. Rii'sell on Crime, 2 vols. Maildork’s ChancerysS volf. Story's Com. on the Constituiinn, 3 vols. Vesey’s Reports, 22 vols. Cliiiiy’s Blaukstone, 2 vols. Sfarkie on Evidence, 3 vols. Chilty on Contracts, (.'onklin’s Trfalise, ¡ Ohio Condensed Reports,! Indiana Reports, Illinois Reports, Chitiy on Bills,    ^ Norris’ Peake, Saunders on Pleading and Evidence, 2 vols. Tidd’g Practice, 2 vols.    ■ Condensed Chancery Reports, 3 vols. History of Ohio Cunáis, Williams nil F^xeciitors, Wentworth on do. Bridgman’s Digest, 3 vols. Laws on Pleading, Toller on Executors, Forblarqiie’s Equity, Amciicnn Digest, 2 vols. Story’s Pleading, &c. ic. &c. Aug. 28.    tf VALUABLE FRENCH WORKS. VOYAGE du Profcsseur Pallas dans plusieura provinces de L'Erapire da Russie, et dans L’Asie cepton-tninale, in 9 vola., with atlaa and plates; Voyage dans I.’Hemisphere austral, etautour du monde, in 111 vols,, with plates; Voyage de La Perouse, autour du Monde, in 2 vols.; Voyage dans La Haute Pensylvanio, et dans L’Etat de New York, pq^n membro adoptifdo la nation Oneida. Tradiiit et miyffi par I'asitcur dos Lettres D un Cultiva-tcur AineriMn, in 2 vols.; Mes Roverier, a bound manuscript. For salo by ALEX'R FLASH, *    A'o. 5, West Thifd tinel, near the Post Offics. Oct. 12. .    «-f AVANTE!) WE wish to employ a young man, well qualified to lake charge of a Drug Store in this city, and who is disposed to devote his attention to business, and make himself useful to his employers. To 000 possessing these qualifications and can come well recommended, a liberal salary will he siven by RAMSAY & VATTIER. Oct. 7.    If J NEAV BOOKK UST RECEIVED—England and the English, by E. L. Bulwer, Wild Sports of the West, The Abbess, by Mrs. Trollop Mary of Burgundy, by G. R. P. James Dick on the improvement of society by tho diffusion of Knowledge For sale by ALEXANDER FLASH, Oct. I.-    No.    5,    Weii    Third    St, C ARDEN SEEDS. Merchants ill the country, and others, who mny wish to keep an assortment of Ireih andgenriine GARDEN SEEDS for sale, can b^furnished at the Agricultural Warel.oiiso and Seed Store, No- 23, Lower Maiket Street, Cincinnati, wilh boxes of various sizes, containing a complete assortment of SEEDS mostly used in a Kitchen Gaiden, at as liberal a discount as can be procurerl in the Western Country. They are ■neatly put up, on a new plan, in papers, sealed, ready for retailing, with printed directions on each package, for ils nianHgemciit,uud every sort warranted to be of the first quality. Also, Farmers, Gardners, anil others, supplied it wholesale an.I retail, by    S.    C    PA    IKHURST. Feb. 1. 1833. lliCElYN MEDIUiNES. rfiii E siibsciihcr informs the public, that he has been JIL appointed SOLE, AGENT for the disposal of the above celebrated Medicines throughout the States of Ohio and Indiana. He is also invested wilh full power lo take possession Of all goods and medicines, and lo coll«:l all dcbls, whether by bill, bond, book account, cash or otherwise, bt long-ing to Horatio Shepherd Moat, which were lately in the possession of, and contracted with Augustus JocELVN, ;leceaseil, late of Cincinnati, Ohio. " The subscriber, therefore, cautions nil persons from selling any of the above mentioned goods or meilicines, within the Stales aforesaid, unless legally atithorizi^ ns his suh-ag4nt; nnd fioit pufchaung the saraeiro™, nr paying any monies any persons whomsoever, except the tuhscriher or suh-ngcnis, as he will hold all others personally responsible.* He hereby requests all persons who have contracted with said Jocelyn, as iiib-agen's for the sale of the above medicines, nr who are individually indebted for the same, by note, book account, or,otherwise, to Settle with the subscriber, ns Agent for H. S. Mont, and as he shall still employ suh-agents for the sale of said medicines, he will be disposed to continue such as have been engaged in the business, provided they render a prompt and correct occount of their agencies, so far as they have already acted. The above Medicines may be had, wholesale or.retnil, at the Store of William Disney k Son, Main Street, between Fourth and Fifth Streets .Cincinnati, Ohio. WILLIAM DISNEY. Cin. July 17, 1833. MORE NEAV BOOK^ FRO.M thepresg of J. & J. Harpers, New York. The Abbess, a romance, by Mrs. Trollope. Wild Sports of the West, by the author of “Stories of Waterloo.” England and the English, by E L. Bulwer. Mary of Burgundy ; or the Revolt of Ghent, by G. R. I*. James. Dick, on the Improvement of Society, vol. 59, Family Library. This day received by HUBBARD & EDMANDS, Sept. 30.    Corner    of    Main k Colnmhia street IVilliam €r. Berry, BELL AND BRASS FOUNDER, East Front St. between Pike and Butler, RESPECTFULLY thanks hi» friends and the public for the patronage they have bestowed, aud hoiies for a continuaiire of favors. The business will hereafter be conducted under the firm of FAnEER Sl BÉRR7. They have put the establishment in complete order for doing the following work: BELLS,of any size not exceeding thirty hundrcit; Soda Pump, and Salt-well Joints; Brass nnd Composition Boxes for machinery; Globes; Cylinder & Gnage Cocks Still Cocks, Rivets, and ^pelicr Solder;    / Slop Cocks, Soda andr Small Cocks; Gun and Stove Mountings. All kinds of faihinnalile TUR.NING in Brass or Iron All orders commilted to their charge will receive punc-tiial allenlion, and be done in the neatest manner. (VJ-The highest price given for old Brass nnd Copper K R. They build small Steam Engines, on an improved plan. Cincinnati, July 22, 1833. LEVI PARKER. WM. G. UEKRV. w549lf THE PREAIIUxM. JUST received H new book entitled the PREMIUM; consisting of elegant selections from American and British writers. Aug. 29. HUBBARD & EDMANDS. BOOKS FOR S.ILE. Bishop HEBER’S TraveU in india; Sketches ofa Tour lo the Lu!(esby Dugald Stewart; Darwin’s Zoonomia, and Botanic Gurdeii; Price’s Dissertations; Essay on ih» Mechanism of the Microcosm, or the dc-pendatice of Effeóls upon their causes; The wonder* of tne Human body, with plates; Literary, moral, and Philosophical Essays, by Ur. Iliiah; Voliiey’i view of the U-nited Stales of America: Dr.Godmen's addresses on vnri-011» Public occasions; The Philosophy of Human Nature, by J. Bnchanaa^Paley’s Theology, illustrated with plate*; BrownVThysiology of tho Human mind; Priestly’* Evi lences,2 vols; Elements of Coiichology, by Burrows; The Dialogues of Devils, by Rev. John M'Tow laris; Modern Chivalry, contuiiiiiig the adventures of a Captain and Teague O’Ragan, his servant; Suiolletl’s Works, new Edition, Complete in two vols. Also—Young's Elements of Analytical Geometry, re vised iiiid corrected by John D. William*. ALEX. FLASH, No 5, West Third Sl. Nov. 29,1833. MAPS! MAPS!! The subscribers have just reoeiveil srge supply of Mitchell’s Philadelphia Maps. Aniong them are Milohell's large Map of the U. States, on rollers. M(johell’s Traveller’s guide through the Ü. States— Pocket foym. IndiacA, Ohio, l.cniucky, Tennessee, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansaw, Michigan, A full supply of maps from the above eilabliihmenl, will be ooiiilanlly kept on hand, nnd sold wholesale and retail at tho Philadelphia prices, by TRUMAN,SMITH &Co. Agents fur the Manufacturer. Nov. 13. In pocket form and on rollers NEAV IMMIKS ARRIVED. SECOND Series of Tom Crmgle s Log, in 2 vols. Oran tlioPutcast, in 2vols. Philips' Political Economy: Gouge on Banking; Bell on the hand;, Bridgewater Troaliae; (.runU'i Aitronomy; I’icker'a Traditionary Slorioa; Afemoira of the Rev. Robt. Hall; Book of t'ominorce; Giund'a Chemitlry; Maundor'a Troaaury of Knowledge, in 3 parla—contains English Dictionary, Ac. Ac. Univeraal Gazetteer, Ac. Ac. ard Chronology of Hiatory, Ac. Ac. The American Almanack for 1834. For aale b Deo. 27 "alÍxANDER FLASH, Ko. 5, weat third Street. NEAV AND STANDARD WORKS. f IlHIS day received hy X    HUB DM D U F.DMAND8, The Worki of Snmuel Johnston, L. L. D. Library of Standard Literature, vols. 1,> and 3, being the Works of Edmund Burke, with a Memoir in three toIs. Letters of Horaoe Walpole, Earl of Oxford, to Sir Horaoe Mann, t volt. Popular Ciaayi on Naval subieots. Ice. Jan. 10» NJÍAV HOOKS JUST rccpived, H*en und Manners in America, by the author of Cy/d I'novnton; The Modern L o*i, f-om the Jean of Paul de Kock; The Last Mai-, by Mrs. Shelley; The Hurpe’ Head, by Janiei Hall, E*q. Self Discipline, by II. F. Burder, U. D.    . Forsuleby    ALEX’R    FLASH, Oct. 5, 1833.    Ko.S,    West    Third    itrtet. DYE AVOODS. BBLS. Camwood, fXV    30 bids. Nicaragua, 25 do. Fustic, 20 do. Braziletlo, Sepf.4.—[I I On band, and for sale bv RAMSAY & VATTIER. IIORSEMANSIIIF. JUST received, The Principles of tho Art of Modern Horsemanship, fur I.adies and Gentlemen, in which all late improvements are applied to pructiee, liy M 8c-band. Forshleby    ALEX’R.    FLASH, No. 5, West Third Street, near the Post Office. Oct. 22.    If NEAV ROOKS ARRIVED. JUST received, the following new pnblicaliuns: Peter Simple, or Adventures of a Midshipman, 1 vol.: Alice Paiilet, a Sequel to Sydenham, in 2 vols.: The Mag dalen, and other Tales, hy James Shcriilao Knowles; A Volume from the Life of Herbert Barclay.. Also, n Munu ilof Practical Toxicoloey, condensed from Dr. Christian’s Treali«e on Poisons, with notas and additions, by J. T. Ducaiel, .M. D. For sale by ALEX’R FLASH, No. 5, Weil third st. November 19,1833.    tf Í    TO LET. A CONVENIENT FRAME DVELMN-O HOUSE, ,^wilh si* rooms, and a pleasant yard.situate on the »oufli*«i<le of Seventh street, and East of Eraadway.— I Rent $120. Ap¡ily to the aiybtcriber on Broadway, ong | doorajulb of Seventh street. Sept, 16, 1833. ECEN B- REEDER. tf FURMTLRE C nilE subscriber lakes this methni and the citizeos penarally E CAI athniMo i , thaVjln R. infiirm his friends he has procured * | Car for the purpose of moving FurpUure of every description, he also has a man employed to attend lo the same, who will take down and put up Furnitiiro, if requested. All orders left at hi» Furnilnre Ware Room, East Fourth Street, v/ill bo promptly attended to. W. HAWKINS. October 8.    tf. CHARLES SCARBOROUGH, FORWARDlka A(fD, C0MMIS«IOJf MERCííAKT: j ‘    Portsmouth,    Ohio. FHIIIE Subicriher hn* opened a Foj;iyurdiiig and Cum-• JL inilfion House in Portsmouth. He has taken a large Fire Proif Ware Huurr, convenient to the Canal and Steam Boat Landings, a here the most.prompt nnd faithful allenlion will be given to uU buiineii with which he may be fuvored. CHARLES 8CARB0R0U Refer lo J. Lawrxivce k Co. Gritvin & l.ucKtr. Portsmoiiihi^liMie 10.1833.    tf r MISS'BEECI 1ER S’ G1ÍOG R A PHY For Children, ON Rn improved plan, wilh eleven Maps and nnmfcr-ous Eiigraving%i fourth edition; Jii«t piil>Ii.bed,niid for sale, by    COREY    fi    FAlRHANK, Sept. II.    186,    JlJaínrí/eít. 0;^lt h.n heen about three months tince the fir*t edi-ion of thi* work wii* published. Since fh..t time,/,ur • N*riv BOOKS! fjpiIE Navsl officer, in 1 volt, by tb« ««tlior«f FMW NEAV PUBLICATIONS. 5HE Modern Cvmon,2 vols. The Lust Man; by Mary W. Sheley,aulhoro kcnsteio;    _    . A new trunf-l ition oflho Hebvew Prophet*; by George j editions have beoii dii|io»e.i of, and ihe/ylA ii now in R. Noyes; 2 vol»;    ” The Contrast, a novel; by Ihe author of .Matilda; 2 voU;    for    sale by HUBBARD k EDMANDS. October 4. 1833. ^■511E Subscriber re*peciully informs hig Town and X Country friends and the public, that he ha* ju*l returned from the East, and has made extensiva additions lo his Book, Stationary Sa Masic Store, ANB OIBOULATZNG LZBXLAR7. No. 5 West Third Street, between Main Street and the Post Office; And will continue to receive regular supplies of the most pnpnlar works in every department of Literatiire, Arts, and Sciences. Also, new and popular MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, and a variety ofu*efu\ FANCY ARTICLF.S. He will, ns Agent, receive subscriptions for the following popular periodicals: The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, The Nbvelist’s Magazine, The Lady’s Book, GreenhuIlk’s Periodical Library, The Christian Library, The Chriftian Observer, The Penny Magazine,    « Tho Law Library, The Courier dei Etats Unis, M’aldtc’s Select Circululing Library, &o. koi ALSO, Orders received for every description of Mathematical Instrument*, and Philosophical Appnralni. ALEXANDER FLASH. July 24. 1833.    94tf NEAV BOBIÍS—Just JirriYed, r|AHE Game of Life, in I vol., by Leitch Ritchie; the i Legend* of the Rhine, in 2to1s.; Mcmoiisof Ihe Duke of Wellington, in 2 vols. by CwpL Shener; for *ale by    ALEXANDER FLASH, No. 5, West Third st. near the Post Office Sept. 17.    tf . NOS 2, 3 AND 4 OF Biai.ioTiiF.qiir. Ciioisib di Literstore Fran-CMSF., Select Library of Modern French Litera ture. This day received, l»y g HUBBARD & EDMANDS. —A I.SO- August number of tho American Journal of Medt CAI. Scis;nce9. Sept. 25.    Ij NEW WORK. RECOIXECTIONS i>F A C APERON, Ei>»Tttv by LhiIv Dar.re! in two volumes; iii»t re ceivedby ' HUBBARD & EDMANDS. ugust 15. CHEAP FURNITURF.. The aubscriber offers for cash at cost prices, his entire stock of Household Furniture, consisting of sideboards, bureaus, high and low post bedsteads, fancy and common chairs, ladies’ work stands, and ¿"great variety of Mantel and Pier LOOKING GLASSES. To persons dealing in the above articles, a great bargain is hereby offered, as t^ whole of the above articles have been purchased at c.Tlllmel lely low prices. T. B, ANDERSON, October Ohio Auction Rooms, corner Main andiSizth. >r Í7.-tf. THE i:pealers. JUST received, THE REl'EALERS, líMwxel, in 2 vol»., by the Counteis of UleMingtnn. For rale by    ALEX’R.    FLASH, No. 5, West Third St. near the Post Office. Oct. 22.    tf NEW BOOKS. F.NANI) MANNERS IN AMERICA, by Colonel ILimdton, author of Cyril Thornton, in 2 vol*. 12 THE REPEAl.ER.S, bv the Countess of BV>"*lngfon. Vol. 23, LARDNER’S CABINET CyCLOPtEDlA. .No. 6, BIBLIOTHEQUK FIIANCAISR, This day received by HUBBARD Ar. EDMANDS. Corner of Main and Culuiubi» Sts. Oct. 22.    •    .    tf T JUST RECEIVED, And now for sale at Wright & Doty’s Auction Store No. 17 Upper Market St. 2 pipes Holland Gin; 2 pipe» superior Brandy. Thoy will be sold low for cash. Jan. 7. tf REFINED SALT PETRE. K/Y KEGS refined Salt Peire on hand and forsnle by □U    RAMSAY & VATTIER. Nov. 25. JUST FINISHED. I^HE subscriber offers for salo . 1 Very gonteol four wh*ol Buggee, 1 do    Barouche, 1 do do Family Coaoli, 1 Second hand Gig and liarnos*. AUo, plated moulding, patent leathor, &c. In progress, a great variety of fushionabla Barouches, and a number of Post Coachos. W. HOLCOMBE. Nov. 8.    If -SUI SUPflKI juit rccoi A*"' PERIOR TABLE GIL. KIOIl Hriicle of Bordeaux Oil, lor Inblo me, ’coived and lor sale by RAM3\Y k VATTIER. January 3. ARRIVAL OF NEW VNNUVI.S. riMlE London Landscape Annual for 1834; X “ Friendships Olfering for I8J4; The Roligiuu* Souvenir for 1831; —ALSO Tho Token for 1833; Tho Gengrnphical Annual for 1834. '    For    sale    by ALEXANDER FLASH, Deo. 23.    No.    5,    west    third    Street. NEW IKK)KS. KICHLIEU,a Novel, hy the author of Philip Augui-tus, Henry Marterton. 1'kenlogical Library, vol*. 5 and f>, being the Life of chbiibop Crnnmer, hy C. W. Le Bns. Seen'’» ill OurP,ariih,by n Cnuntry Par*nn’s DatighlV Forinleby    HUBBARD    &    ED.MAND Jsn. 8. ENGIJSH ANNUALS. JUST RECEIVED, Forget-Me-Not, for 1834; JuFenila Forget-Me-Not, edited by Mrs. S, C. Hall; Portrait Album of Illustrious and Distinguished Personages of the Nineteenth Centuary. For sale by HUBBARD & EDMANÓS, Dec. ft.    If Amos I SPLI :\ Dl D ENG R AI ING S. ^1 ’HE iifhicrilicr ha* just opetii d u box qf very *iip 1 ENGRAVINGS, . xvi uled in London hy the msiters, Irom origiuHl oeh hratod •iibjeclf. 'Tbs I of the fine art* are riipociriiHv Inviird IochH an amine.    ALKX’R.    FLASH, No. 6, West Third street, near the Post Office. Dec.*7. 200 WINDOW GLASS. HALF boxes 8 by 10, 10 by It, 10 by 14, II by 15 and It hy 18 Window G1«n, ou hand and for •«!• by, RAMSAT k TATTIER. DmmM II.    ^ A. RICHVRDS & THOMAS M<, HARD CASTLE huva lurmed a copartiierihip for the Uhdi-»n<on of a General Forwarding and Commission Dnsmets, in the Town of I) A Y T O N, Ohio, under the firm of RICHARDS IIARDCASTLE. _l)oc. 31.    __I» Cli(‘ii)ic’.*il)4, PniiH^i, OiIm, llallPi'N’, llyci'N’ and lllrai'lieriA’ XrtiplfM. ÁLARtíEarid complete a*ioitmrnl of every article ill the above line, now fwc* iving, and (or tale 'ipoii (he uiosl HoroiniiiiiilHliax Icrmi by H.ÍMS.ÍY6,' VATTIER, lit their Drug and Chainicar Warehourt*, 195 .Main, HIM' loiith weit corner of Puail Oiul Muin itreett. ll.'o. 27. NOTK'E. ^E'feRS. GATES ir IF/f/T.WORE moet rospeolful have Bii both in the shell and canisters, kf which ariida they in ly announcea to the public of Cincinnati, that they have made arrangements for Iluilmioro and Now-Orlouns Oysters, I ida lend hereafter lo hava a GOXSTAXP SUPPLY. Faiiiiliaa can be aiippllod by the dozen or quantity this delioacy, at any time, by applying at Tont'na 11 third street', near Afain. with iloBsa Deo. S3. BDTriJl CjmKK 8 BALES Superior Velvet BoillaCoik*, j«*t received and fur sale by    __ ' RAM8AV A VATTIER. March 31. pres*. The following nro among the numerons tettimonials wilh which Ibe publishers have been politely furnished. From Mr. Tkeusdei.i../’/inn/r'if of Ih^ Young Ladie's J! cadent^,if Cincinnuli. Mcstfs. Corey k Fairmank:—Mws Beecher»’ Geography for Children is n valiiuble hook. It has all (he ease and simplicity of Parley’s Geography, la the se lecliun nnd arrangement of matter, ii i* greatly su(iciinr to it. I «hall inModiice it iutozny Primnry School im mediately. Retpeqlfully,    A.    Thccsdell. May 13, 1833. From Rev. J. Bio os, Prfestor in Lane Seminary. CiMCiMifATr, July 20,1833. Me*»r*. CoRET 4 Fairbank—Gentlemen:—Mrs» Beerher»’ Geography forchildreii is, in my opinion, a very obvious improvement upon ail preceding works of a similar deiign. It is enriched with n ciioice rsriety of mater, jndiciouily arraiized, and the whole conveyed in a itjie and manner happily suited lo interest thayoulhriil mind. I wish yon abundant success iu its extensive circulation.    Yours, &o.    J.Rioos. A little work, entitled ‘Primary Geography for Children,’ by C. 4 H. Beeeber, Principals of the Western Female Institute, at Cincinnati, ha* been placed in our hand*.' As the litle-indicnles, it is designed for young children, and is written in that familiar style which is suited to thucapitcily of youth, and is‘embellished’ with numerous engravings and eleven sinnll maps. The pl.in of the work ii|ipear* to us to be judicious, and well cul-culuied to engage tbs attention of children. fjoui ville Herald. This i* a very capital little honk. The authoresses me accomplished young ladies, who have made the tuition of youth their study and business for several years, and who unite to a competent knowledge of the inbject, an intimate aeqiiaintance with the best modes of teaching childien. Writing booas for children is one of the most difficult, and surely one of tho most useful branches of authorship. We most cordially recomrnenil thi*, as a successful effort in this noble field.—ff'err. Month. Mag. This work came from the press last week. From hasty perusal, we would judge it well aihipted to give children a general outline of xcography. Its details are enlivened hy orcnsionul anecdotes, which, we have no loiiht, will render it a favorite with our young friend*. Twelve maps, und niimcroiis enernvings, are inserted in he work. It augurs well for the cause of education io r country, that persons of the finest minds, nre willing to jonsecrale their enorgie*, to give simplicity and attraC' ion lo books iiitendcd for children.—Cir»finn'>f/,/ouru«f. fiNCiNNATi, August 31, 1833. We have cnrefuHy examined a Primary Geography for Children, by Misses C. & H. Beeoher, lately publish. by Corey & Fairhank, CliicinnHli,and bavcuno hesitation in extending to it our decided approbation. We think it well calculated for its intended purpose of teaching lo children Ihe simple elements of Geographic.nl nowledve,nnd vtij chreerfully recommend its adoption D Ihe schools in our city. Jacob B. Wyman, Timothy Ham-'\ mond, L. MalÚicws, Stephen M. Wheeler, Richard Morecraft, Isaac Van Eaton, Cyrus Da-tenport, Edward I)olph,J. W. Hopkins, J. W. Johnson, John Easterbrook^ I. P. Van Hagen, F. W. Prescott, T. O. Prescott, ^ a S. » 7 NEAV BOOKS EXFECTED. Alexander flash, west Third Itrect, near the Post Office, will offer to the yCading public, immediately on their arrival, Ihe followtrig new publicutious: The Headsman of Berne, by Cooper; The Contrast, by E«il Miilgrave, Roscoe’s Life— in 2 vnls.; Griffin on Divine Efficiency, Smullel’s Works—in 2 vols.; Chalmers on Man; Finn’s Comic Sketches; Yankee ntnong the Niilliri.Ts; The Service Afloat:—The Invi**l,Ic Gentleman; S—criil edition of Rush’s Memoranda ; Calvert’s Phrenology; Brown’s Technical Dictionary; Tales of the CaravamerHÍ; The Laughing Philosopher;    . The Modern Cyraon, from the Jesn of Paul dc Kock; The Lasf Man, by Mrs. Slielley; Great Brirain in I833iby Baron de Haiistey. Also, in press, and will soon appear— ■ The Repealers, by the Countess of Bleiriogton; Lights and Shadows of Germán Life; Tales nnd Confession*, by l.eiti'h Ritchie; Magdalen and other tale*, by Sheridan Knnwlc*; Allen Brerk, by the author of the Subaltern; Gale Miildleton, hy Horace Smith; Madden on Ihe Infirmities of Gciiiusi Aiktns’ Memoir* of Charles II. The Dominies’ Legacy; ivoyard, I mon. Also, Andrew the Savoyard, by the author of Modern Cj Society and Manners in Grant Briiaia and Ireland, hy Stewart. Septemlrer 26, 1833    If HISTORY Of PricMtcraft in all a;;:rik. JUST received, “The History of Priestcraft in all ages and nation*,” kj Wm Howiit. For sale by ALEX’R FLASH, No. 5, West Third st. Novcmhcr 6. THE PERIODIC.VL LIBRARY. 1ST, and 2<l vols. of the abovu vabniblo work, hand somely hound, is now ready for sale at the subscribers store. AI*o futuro Nos. delivered to subfcribers by ALEX’R. FLASH, No. 5, West Thitd *treef, near the Post Office, Dee. 18. FIGS, PRUNES, RAiSINS. ÍU3T "    "t"l    Ikir    Sale— 40 (Imms Figr-,- " I ca«e Prunes; 30 boxes Bunch,! 60 half do. > Raisins 35 quuiti r ilo. *    * 'GEO. GORM.tN k CO Dc3.27.    No.3,    CannlPl, Simple;    , The Dominie’s Legacy, * vols. by A. PlekaH} Mrs. Willards Jonrnal and Letters from Fraaoeadf Great Britain, 1 vol. ,Tay’< l)'*coorsesand Prayer», I vol. Gospel Si-eds, hy Rev. C. Malan.    < Palso, Young’s Element» of Plane and Spherkwl T^lgeiKM' dry, wilh the M. thcoialical Tabkt,revised mmI corrccicd, by J. D- William*. For sale by ‘    ALEX’R. FLASB, No. 5, West Third ste«t Jan. 18. ijTOHNSTON’S SCRAPS, No. 5, for 1834;—jo which is included FinoLE D. D. heioga series of illustn* tiiWis to “Ob»erv«l)ons on the U. S. «nd Canada.” Bf Rev l‘HHC Fiddler. Just received, per mail, a few copjes. HUBBARD 4 EDMANDf. Februqjy 3.    \    * liARDNEH’S Cabinet Cyclopaedi ISTORY of Engíátrd, by Sir Jamea Maeidtnihf History of Scollandrby Sir Walter SeoU; History of France, bv Rev. Eyre Evans Crowe; History of the Netherlands, by T. C. Grattan, Ea^ History of Spain and Portugu; History of Switxerland; History of tho Italian Republics, by Sismoadlt .J Outlines of History; Discourse on the study of Natural Philoaonhy, h F. W, Heischell; Hydrostatics, by Dr. Lardner; Treatise on Silk Manulaciure; Treatise on the .Manufacture of Porcakinaiid Qlnsn; Biography of British Statesmen; Treatise on Mechanics, by Capt. Henry Katnr, an Rot. Dr. Lardner. The above works for sale by ALEX’.-l FLASH.AVr.S, JTsit TltrdM. September 23,1833, o ‘    tf IROSTilUSERABLE! Éí^^I^EURlMUS.” On a grave stone, in the Wof^ lYi ceiter CathedrsI, is Ih’is emphatic inscription, “Jtfuirrimui;” with ueither name nor date, co—sni nor text.    •> The Lordon LiterAbt Gazette remark», “It is an original, forcible, and 1niere»(ing work,’’ The SoiiDAr Times *»y», “It is written with great power, and ronte-qiicnfly is rend wfth ravenou* avidity.” The CniTio remark*, “VVa have read it with feelings of sincere gratification.” London Mktropoi.itan remark», “This is the impaisioiied work of« man of fu - -- -'    HUBBARD September 20.    . ent.” For sale by ^ & EDMANDS, ' J. AITLEI’UN’S LATE IMPROVED PATENT SWINGING AVASHING ilIACIHNES, ¥^0R sale, by WM. APPLETON, at bis store, cor- ^■1 “V nrr of Main street and Court Hon«e square, No. I Machines, at 14 dollars, nnd warrnntrd to be superior lo any in the rity. It may be seen in operation at Mr Jlenry’» and Heckewclder’shotels; alfff,at the Hospital September 18.    dll (ÍRE.IT BRITAIN IN 1833. Hubbard 4 EDMANDS have just received “Grent Britain in 1833,” by Karoti D'Hauisej, Ex-Miui^ ter i>l Marine under Charles X. Octobrr 19. NOTICE. The Subscriber respectfally iuforms his frieirds and the public, that having obtained a generkl lioenM for the transaction of btuiness as an Auctioneer, be baa taken that old establiahed stand, N. E. corner of Sixth and Main streets, extensively known ■■ tba OHIO AUCTION ROOMS, and is prepared to receive consignments every kind of merrhandise. The utmost care and attention will be giv en to promote the interest of owners. Oct. 12.    T.    B.    ANDERSON. ( DOCTOIV Cl.JtR1iSO?i HAS RE.MOVED IIIS OFFICE TO The north side of FIFTH, between Main and Sf-eamore Streets, adjoining Mr. Hurdus\ Oct. 19.    If THE RKÍIITS OF WOHAN, 1>Y .Mary Wollsloiicia^.—I nil received and for lalo n fi'W fO('ii » lit the uhnvp work. A u g. 30.    A L P:X. F L A SH, N o. 6. Weit Third st. FAR LOUR ORGAN. T^HE iiibscriber uffers for sale a tuperior tohed Parlour Organ, with seven bands, exeouting Sixty. One piece* of Music. This initriiment is worthy Ibe attention of mnsiersof Steam boats, to Ihe babia of one of whicli it wnnlil ben deiirable appendage. AI.P:X’R flash, No. 5, West Thftd st, October 19.    \    near    Ihe    Post    Office. SHEARING MACHINES. EWEY’S I'ateiit Shearing Machines for sale at tba fiffice of the (Nncinnuti Machine Card Manufactory, corner of Alain & Pearl street*, up stairs. A. C. BROWN, Agent. Cin. Nov. 5. MUSIC STX)OL, STOLEN. About ten'duys ago one ef Ihe light fingered gen. tty, who infcil our eily, tarried off a MU8I0 STOOL, from the auction ronra cornar of Six|h k Mnfn Streets. Should any person have puroliaiad an article of Hie kind, except at a n ghiar wara-room, they will confer a favor, bv informing tli« lubsoriber. Tha object of this notice, i* not to iroiitde the innocent purohaier. hut that Uic lAirf innv he delec'a I. Tiioe. B. ANDERSON, Inctioeeer. March, 11th. CoiR’c, lIiMiifly, Loaf-8uffar, Tea dK bays Mavat..*) Coffee; «EXe.,i    Brandy; 75 bids. Loaf ’*ugnr; 20 half chests T. 11. Tea; I pipe Gin; S bbli old Mnnongaln In M’ltiikey. Forsaleby    GEO.    GORMAN    fe    CO* Dec. 27.    No.    3,    Cenal    St. MUSTARD AND VINEGAR. J UNDERWOOD has removed bis Store to 4 Peirl street, where he will keep oooslanlly o2 liHiiil, Mii'terrl, Vinigar, Lenicu Syrup 4 etr f olKETCHUrS. CinciniiMit, Dee. 7, 1833. I OR SAI.E DR RENT. A PRINTING OFFICE eonlaining a larfe variety ef Job Type, of ave^ description; one first rate Bteo-berry Press: ChK*n«; Rules: Dashes; Leads; Pumiture, E MORE NEW BOOKS. .■NDGEWDlLfll’B Novels and Talei, vol. #lh. Horn liWli’s Treulini on A»tronomy,with piste*; l.eciar'yon General Literature, i’oelr^, 4c. by Jiii/ei MontgoniCiy, being vol. C4, f. Lihrnrj ¡ RiiniUy f^vening*, part third, being No. 19, Boy* Hiid Girl* l.ltifnry; The Oriisinent* Di*covered, by Maryalliighe*, be-ing vol. I9lli, Kay* and Firl*’ Libr»ry ; The String ot I’chiI*. by Ilia author of Darnley, Philip Augiislui,4c.¡ The Skeioh Book of Fashion, hy the aul Mothers and Osnghtrra, 4o, The Down Eailers. 4.0. Ac. by John Neal; Auriinyletwc,ora Tale of Ahri^schldt Ttie Note Book of a Count Just received and for isle hy irasc Ole The Note Book of a Country moriyman; HUBBARD k EDMANDS. February 7. BLANKS FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE. An. 4-c. The above establishment will be rentad, «a very iiioderato tornis, or tha type will be sold by ainfla founts.    _    .    ..    _ (17* For further particulars apply at Uiunfllca. Jan. 29.    _ »t IJílTíFvÍt^ ^ HFáh Csrboyi el Oil Vilrol on hand for sale by wM[f    RAMSAY    4    VATTIER. STaroh 21, C. lClK)YCE, pE'IDKNT DENTIST, un Filth streelt balweag LV Main and Sycamore. March 3. i. ■I J BOOK AND JOB . •» mht eaerautie**, Xtmüyni fromptíf KXKCtTKD, AT Tut orricx or TXi ltEPUBU€i:Xo 11 WeatTMBL cwounuti 'ÉÜitói

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