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The Daily Cincinnati Republican And Commercial Regeister (Newspaper) - May 2, 1834, Cincinnati, Ohio f From th» Botton Atlas. A MODERN LEAR. A renerable looking mao, whoae feeble atona and thin ^whitened locka told a tale of age and inflrraity, come to lay his account of domealic affections before the preai< ding magistrate of Police. “It’s a long, aery lonj^ story I haae to tell,’' said he, with a shrill trembliug voice. 1 have suffered more than human nature can bear, and I've come to see if I can have redress, 1 hope you’ll have the patience tp hear ine." Magistrate—You appear to be very infirm. What ia your age? Complainant.~Eighty-flve. M.—Who has done yon an injury? C.—My own daughters. There are three of them and the oldest is worse than the d—1. She’s the old maid— ahe’s 50 years old. M.—What is the causa of the difficnlty.’ C.—:The last time—when I got my pension money—it was because 1 wotild'ntgi re'm the money to buy new finery. They are worse than any thing that ever came from England, and I know all about that, for I was in the whole of the revolutionary war; and all I suffered then, was'nt to be compared with what I suffer at home. I never get my money but what the gals want a coach, and my wife joins with them: She’s 7iJ years old, and she's the greatest buck .n town.    ^ M.—You have a sen who will see that you are not improperly tieated ' C.—My son! Why, he’a so large you could’nt touch ihim with a boat hn> k. The old veteran was advised that ho had better consult with some oi his friends and neighbours. Aftara repetition of liis grievances, he was persuaded to go home, but not without a parting remembrance: “them daughters, they're worse than the d—1,—they’ll bo the death o' me." ' ^ ’ Tournaments.—AT writer in the New Sporting Magazine, who t^tcs con amore on bissiiject, says •that the word tournamént is not derived from the French word toumcr, (to turn,) but from the modem Latin word tournamcntum, which is itself derived from Trojamtvm, which comes from llie old ludus ‘Tryanus, or game of Tioy, an equestrian sport or 'spectacle usually performod at the funcral'of military chiefs, and said to have been introduced into Italy by iEneas himself. The earliest mention we have of any thing (goes on the writer) like a tournament, is to be found in the French histprian Nifliard, who reports that at an Interview which took place at Strasbuig between Charles the Bald and his brother Lewis of Germany, the followers of both these princes fought on horseback. Cliarlcs the Bald succeeded to the throne of France A. D. 140. Duncange affirms tliat these cotnbats were for some lime peculiar to Franre,and that tliey were expressly called French combats—^^coiifliclus GalUcV^— Scarcely any thing distinct, however, is known about them till we find them practiced in Kngland about the year 140, in tire reign of king Stephen. From this time they became generally in fashion nearly, all over Europe—in Gcrmanj, France, Spain, Italy, Poland, &c. and particularlylii England, where they were disphy£(l^oij all great occrs'ons. ^ The Vicar in a certain village in Engand returning one ^nday from church,' was occosted by an optil^t farther: “Well doctor,” said he, “you be gwain on pretty well now; but why dont ye gi’ us now and then a scrap of Latin?” “Why,” said the Vicar, “if I had thought it had been your wish, I should have no objection, but for one thing—I am afraid you would not understand it.” ‘“That,” said the other, “is nought to you; and we pay vor the *bcst,aud we ought to ha’ the best.” It is a subject of general remark, that the IfrUish jlag was flying yesterday from several British vessels, in honour of tlie Powolton jubilee, while American vessels in port«|i^ted no flag at all.— The same was done in honoTlV of the triumph of the black cockade party in the election of John Adams to the Presidency. Britisli flags for the British Bank. Royalty loves its kind.—Pennsyl- Plttibureti Transportottoa Kilne, Of Canal Boats and Rfdl Road Cars. The vobacrihert, in cvanection vvtth Mvtirv. (lenry VVttller», Htwry Stoner, Wm. P. Orrick, and other reipertahle bout ownen, have e<ta“li«hv,d a D.AILY line, tor the tran«p..rtation of Merchandiie and geo eral freight, between Philadelphia and Pittaburgb, and nil intermi diate placet. The Line cons’uli of^iiitern Union Canal covered Roatr—thirtj-two Curt on Ihp R il IL a I, and eeven Prnutylvanm Canal covered 8uat«, on the Weatein di vitiflii of the Penvylvonia Canal. Goodi will be carried through, either way, hj the Line, in ten dayv. A boat will arrive at, hikI depart frnni, Philadeiphiii and Piittburgli, every day, Sunday) exct'ptt’d. The Line will commence running upon the fir«t opening of Canal imvigiition, which is expected to take place about the fint day of March. The ch.irge for tranrporliiig merchnndi--e and freigli of every docripfion, v ill be modérate, and invariably ni low H» that of any other line. The Boat* «re placeil under the charge of aoher, careful, nuil indu)irioui o»p-taiii). Cooili will be received and delivered for the Line, (a the wHrehoii'e of Mr. John Dolzeli. Chonut street whaii,Schuylkill, and hy the followmcnveuts: OvUNEtii's II. T EK.ns. I'liiladelpliia, II. uIac SiiANE, Pittsburgh, Heñí».: Walter?, llarrisburgli, Henra 3toneb, Lcvifistowri, W. P. 0*'KicK, Reading, SriKR O'Neal, Johnstown, J. BL0TTUÍÍ.CK &. Co.. Middletown, James Si’ieu, Blairsville, And by the »uh»ciiher»,    - G.ARBER & O’CONNER, Hollidoy vburgh. March 4. Navigation.—^Thc navigation of Lrkc Eric is now open. The Wm. Peacock arrived in tlii? cMy frpin Detroit on Wednesday last. BusmfSs is resuming its wanted activity, and we doubt not, will be brisk and prosperous, notwitlistanding the eflbrts of tlin United States Bank to derange the currency, and force the People to grant its imperious demands.— Búfalo Rep. DISSOLUTION OF PmTNElíSIlll». riYHC partnership heretoforo existing under the firm J. of J. Cameron Co. is this day dissolved by mutual consent..    3r    JOHN G./ÍMERON. A. WILSON. May 2-3t NEW SADDLE, HA1U\ESS. & TRUNK I»IAi\UFACTORY. The 8ubso«berN.w¡ll continue to carry on the above business/in a superior manner, at his NEW ESTABLISHMENT, just opened on the corner of Main and Fourth streets. The customers of the late firm will find that the work of the subscriber is in ho manner inferior to that usually sold by the firm of J. Cameron and Co.    JOHN    CAMERON. May 2d, 1834._3m, COUNTRY ]RERCIIA:\TS ' Who buy Books, Paper, Stationary, &c. will do well to call on the subscribers before they purchase. Wo have just received a new supply of Paper, School Books, Classical, Theological and Law Books, which we will sell VKRT CHKAP. Stationary of every description supplied at reduced prices. TRUM./ÍN, SMITH & Co. Publishers, Booksellers, and Stationers, 151? Main st. TUP li\(lUISITIO\ w^IIiL meet this evening at the Hall of the Institute ▼ at half past seven. Question for discussion—Is it it, under any circumstances, to misrepresent a fact.’ ^fWlHE CITIZENS .iccmn moda linn Coach will be JL lolil at public and lun on the lOih of (hi) month if not privately diiposed of at private sale with all the fixture for four fortes; any perinn wishing to to purchase an establishment uf this kind, c.m see it by applying at No SI Lower Market ijrert, Cinrinnati. By orderofthep.nmmiilee May IsMOt. T B. COFFIN. FOR PITTSBURCi. The St»Hm Boat LAHY MARSHALL, __Uf Wm. McLain, muitrr, wiil leave Ihii lor the Hboye part on Fii lay the 2nd insl. < For freiglit or passage apply to    W. D, JONLS. May 1st FOR NEWORLEAXS. The fust rnniiing Steam Boat OHIO, Hart, roiiflrr, is expected from Pittsburg and will have immediite despatch. Fpr freight or passage having tine aooomrao-daiioti) apply or to    W.    Ü.    JONES May 1st, THE cil^D SAIL BOAT BUCKEYE PLEASURE parties wishing fur a sail Boat can bo acoominodstedby applying to I. F. EARLE. FOB ST. LOUIS. Tbe Steam Boat 'WYOMING. Ht'LTQN Master, will Irnve thii b for the above port on Friday the ,^st. For Freight or passu,e apdr^to^^ April 30th._____------ Cincinnati Hiiif^e Hlaiiiiractory,' J CLARKE Co. res(ieotfu|ly an.ioiiiices to the • Meruhanti and Meohanici of the Western anil Southern districts, (hey hav6 commrlired the Mangfao-(aringof Butt and every other description of Hinges, uf all sixes. They pledge thenaselvei to servo the piibho with an article tu|i«riar to any ever nffere I in (he United Stales, whether imported or oliirrwise. I'heir list of prices for Cash will be found to offer a great saving tooustonfers and dealers in the nrlir.lei. Tbe puhlio are respeotfully requested to call at Ihcir estahliihnieiit on Main strrcti between 6tb ti 7lb streats, and axamine for tbrroselvts. ' pril tfitb,    (Itf. J3CLECTIC ACADEliy OF 3IUSIC. rnillE object of Ibis institution if, in tlic first | lact JL to aid III promoting the introducti.m of vociil music as a branch of education Ibruughont ihis onmitry. To illustrate what is intended, a biicf reierrence will be made to whut has already been done iu Europe and ill this country. In Germany and Switzerland music is taiigbl in the family, ami in the common schools, the same ns reading and writing. And ilis taught in such n simplified and yet systematic method, that cldk'ren seem to read nml write and compose music, juit as they learn to read und write, and compose language, Tlie eff. ct.s of this practice oil tlie social and moral character, is thus described by the enterpri«ing and benevolent friend to educyitioii, (Wm. C. Wiiodbi idge, Esq. Editor of the Ainiricun Annuls of Education.) “It was with no small degree of surprise and (Might that we foiinil it in Germany and Swi zerliiiiil, i/i* fro-perty of the people, chtcriiig ibeir buurs of labor, elcva ting their hearts iibuvc the objects of seiue, which are so prone to absorb, and filling the periods of rest and amusements with sue al .and moral songs, in place of ludse, an I riot, und gambling. “But we were touched to the heart, when we heard its cheering, animating strains echoing from (lie walls of a school room, und (niiveiiing the school boy’s hours of I lay—when Jwo listened to peasant children's soTips, asth'-y went out to their morning’s occupation, nndsnw llieir hearts enkindled to the highest tones of music and poetry, by the setting sun, ur (he familiar objects uf iia'ure, each of which was made to echo some truth, or point to some duty by an approaching song. “We have henrd tliem sing the “Harvest hyran,”us (hey went forth at day light to gather m the grain. We have seen them asmmble iu groups at night, chanting the hymn of praise for Hie glories of the heavens, or joining in some put iotic chorus, or some social melody instead of (he fridtdous and corrupting conversation, which so often rcndeka such meeting the source of et ii. In addition to this, wtKdsiled communities where the youth bad been trained from their cbildhood to exercises in vcchI music, ol such a cliuructer as (u elevate, instead of debasing the mindj and have found that it served in the s ime manner, to cheer their social assemblies, in place of (he noise of folly, or the poisoned cup of intoxication. We have sren the young men of such a community , assembled to (he number of several hundred, from a circuit of 20 miles; and instead of spending a day ol fesiiviiy in rioting and drunkenness, pass the whole time, with the exception of (he (ime employ ed in tt frugal repast, and a social meeting, in a concert ofsocial and moral hymns, and devote the proceeds of the exhibition to object of btntvolt-nce. We could not but Kiok back at the coniiast presented on similar oc cusioiis ill our own country, with a bliidi ofshnme. We have visited a village, whose whole moral aspect was changed in a few y ears hy the introduction of music of tliis character, even among adults; and where the aged werecominlkd to exprissihe.r asluiuslimeiil at seeing the young abandon tlieir ooirijptrng and riotous amusement, ft r Ibis ileliglilfiil and improving exercise, “We could but H‘k ourselves the queslou; Shall Hi it which is dcemail es.eniial to the eilijcation ol the p lor 111 Gf-rmany, ns reading, be thought too expensive o siipt rfliiity for the Am. ric in peopl ? Shall an acquisition which is fouad perfccily williin the reach of Hie Eiiro-petin peasants, which serves to cheer tlieir homts of fatigues, und elevate Huir iiiiiuL, and sullen and purify Hieir heart.», be considered to > difficult or too refiuded,lor the people of the United Siateil’’ I'liis shows what has been done in Europe. In this country Hiroiigh the etforu of Lowell Mason, Esq. of Boston, and Mr. Ives of I'hiladeljihiH, the same method of instruction has been introduced in several of our principal cities, and with mofl encouraging success. The Boston Academy of music, (of which Lowell Mason is presidnit,) has now (ilteeii hundred pupiU under :ts cure. Many ol these are cbiidreii of infant schools, who have been taught to understaiid and perform with a readiness and accuracy, which seems almost miraculous to those who know the difficulties of the common methods of inslniction in music. All who hive witnessed the exhibition of the various ichuols eitabliiheil on this system, are sutisfied that by proper and practicable exertions it can become a brancli oi common school education. This institution iiims iu the first place to convince (he public of (he excellence and practicability of the plan, and eventually to secure the proper instruc (ioi oi school teachers in this art. It is round hy i .xpeiience that as a general fact all young children an he taught to sing. In (he many hundred pupils taught on (his plan in this country, not a single one has been found uf a child that could not learn. In Europe it is said that not one iu a thouiuud is fuuud as nn exception in the general rule. The second object ofthe'society is to promote improvement in church music. When the children of a community are taught to sing correctly and scieatifically, this, itself will promote good music in church. Before this is accomplished, much may be done by awakening public interest on this subject, 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 of the boston Acadoiiiy of Music,) has been elected Professor in the Academy, and has accepted the appointment. Mr. M. is a competent musician, and a gentleman with whom the instruction of children and youth in this highly important branch of education, may be entrusted with the utmost confidence. His arrival in Ibis city is expected daily,, when the friends of education will bekffurdcd an opportunity to bestow upon the institution, the patronage and countenance it may deserve. April 21. NATHANIEL WRIGHT. Secretary of the Academy. OFFICERS OF TIlE ELECTIC ACAnE.VIV OF MUSIC. BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Jacob Riirnot, Chairman, Nathaniel Wright, Recording Secretary, Elisha W. ( heater, Corrospondir]g Secretary. Stephen S. L'llommodieu, Treasurer, Winthrop B. Smith, Henry Starr. Samuel E. Foote, Calvin E. Howe, JepHu D. Garrard, Doctor M. Rogers, COUNSELLORS. Morgan Neville,    Nathan Gnilford. John Stevens,    Ambrose Dudley. Rufus Hodges,    John P. Foote, Thos. J. Matthews,    Wm. T. Truman. Doot. T. D. Mitchell,    Doct. C. E. Pierson, S. P. Chase. TIMOTHY B. MASON, Professor. XEW WORKS, JUST received by Alex. Fhib, No. 5, sreet Thhrd St near (be Post Office. Down Easters, inf vols. by J. Neal; The «'ring of Peails, in I vol. by W. James j The Note Book of a Country Clergyman; The Sketch Book ol Fashion, by Mr*. Gore. Muuigomery’slectures on General Literature; —ALSO— 9th vol. of Maria Eilgcworlb’t Ta]cs|\ 3<l part ofSiinduy Evenings; Ornaments Discovered. Feb. 12. XOTICIl Firriiieiist’ Intiiir<*iiice Company, This iustltutinn il now realty to lake all kinds ul -Iftt'fne and Transportation Risks. TH: NEWELL,Scc’ry. Feb. 18, 1834, XEW BOOKS L\ PRim HUBB.tRD & ED.MANDS, corner of Main and Columbia ttreeli, will receive, as looo ns piihliahed, (he followinz new books, in press and in preparation, by Carey, Lea k. Bluiichard, Philadelphia: The Headsman of Berne, a new tale, by Cooper, author of the Spy, &o. Great Britain in 1833, by Baron I). Haussey, Ex-M!nii-ler of Marine, under King Charles X. nearly ready ; The Repealers, by the Countess of Blessington; Delaware, a novel; Lights and Shadows of Oermon Life; 1 ales and Confessions, by Leilch Ritchie; Tales of (he Caravsnsera, by-J, B. Fraser, being »ol 7 of the Library of Romance; Magdalen, and other tales, by Sheridan Knowles; Allen Brcck, by (he author of the Subaltern; Gale Middleton, by Horace Smith; Madden, on the Infirmities of (Jeniua; Aikini’ Mcm-iirs of Charles the Second; Canlerhury Tales, by Sophia and Harriet Lee; The Doomed, a novel; The Dominie’s Legacy;    * Andrew the Savoyard, by the author of Modern Cymon; Societies and Manners in Great Britain and Ireland, hy (be Rev. C. S. Stewart, aulhbr of (be South Seas, Ic. 2 vols. Ifino. History of the Revolution in England, 1688, by Sir Jas-Mackintosh; Europe during Hie Middle Ages; Cyclopedia of Pnctical Medicine —part 2; iJibliolhequ'’ Choisio Franraise; R"ll on Hie Hand, as evincing Design, fcc.; Yoiing’sAniii} tieal Geometry; Young’s Trigonometry; Herscbel’s Treatise on Astronomy ; Lardner’s Cyclopedia, vol 23; Grieselet’s History of the Clnirrh, 5 v.ils. Cvo. Q:^Orders received and answered on liberal term?. 'I hey will also receive, in a fr.w days— Men and Manneiis in America, by Col. Hamilton, nu p thoi of Cyril Tlinrnton: The Last Man, by Mrs. Shelley, author of Frankenstein ; The Modern Cymon, from the Jean of Paul de Kock. September 25.    If Oirt>6 CilkcinAAti Iniurance Company. April 24th, 1834. , The members of this Institution will please take notice, that (hr annual meeting of the Comply will he held iit the Council Chamber on Mondav, the 5lh day of May next, between the boors of 10 o’clock A. M. and 1 o’clock r. m. »t which lime and place, an eleeiion will be held Vr twelve D.rectors, to manage Hip a/r.iiriof ihc lost.tiitiuii, for the ensuing year. It will also be submitted to the meeting, to tnk.s into coniideraiion, the propriety of so ami nding the Deed of Settlement, Hml in all cases, where De|>o)i(es on Policies have been trsnsterred by one person to anotlicr, (he person to whom such franifer basheen made, atiall have (he privilt-go of applying such .Uansfcrred deposit, to liny imuruucfe to be eflected by biaitelf. By order of the Board of Director» apri! 24th, 1834,    E.    JOLLEY,    See. -IIDRE XEAV BCKIKS. Received by Alexander Flush, West Third Stieet, near the Post Office. Elements of Geometry containing Ihc first six books of Euclid, dec. &.C.—by Professor Playfair. F.ssays on the nature an I principlcsof Taste, by Arch ibald Allison, P. R. S. ke. Bukiim's Introduction to the study ol the Geiunn Langusge. New oonvrrsations on Chemistry,, adapted to tbe present state of that science, by T. P.’Jones, M. D, Poems by Miss H. F. Gould, seiiond edition with additions. A Digest of the Laws relating to the Military Estab mfliit, of (he U. States. Dictionary of questions and Browns, Technical Dio-tionaiy, Entick’s Latin and English Dictionary, &c. "i>ril 24'h, 1834. THE WIHTERX EXAMIXERw AP.\PER devoted to the free invesligatioa all subjects immediately connected with the moral and intelelctual improroment of corii ty,'wa« com-menoed in iba city of St. Lodis on the first of Jannary, 1834. Tbe patronage thus far extended to the work has been limited, but its oooductors are determined to ose tvery exertion within their powei lo^xtend its circula!iuo, and to render il a n»eful vehicle bfiiiforma-lion. They would (lieiefore call upon Liberals, throughout the c lunlry, to aid (hem in thi-ir undertaking; so (hat hy the close of, tbe present year they may be able to ilpterrbfne whether a liberal paper can be supported in the Valley of the Mississippi, or not. So soon as á sufficient^-number of patronage can be obtained to delr.iy the actual expenses of pulhiihiiig.ihe paper will be con-siderulily enlargeit, and i.sned weekly. ** Mr. Uiiilerwuoil,near the Pearl Sireet IIou»eii Agent for (.'incinnati City. Terms ¿0, payable iu advuncci april I7ih, 1834. STEA.II IU)AT FOR SAI.E. The tiibitanlial S earn Boat I’OWII ATAN, deliverable upon her return froin New Ork-ans. For terms apply to    J.    R BALDUIDgE Jk Co. March 2ls(.    38    Main    Street. A FARiW FOR SALE. ON the Lexington Road, 24 miles from Cincinnati, eitlicr for Cash or for Gonds, Wnies and Mcrchan-lize. For further particulars, enquire of 1. F. EARLE, No. 53, Main ftreit. April 3, 1834. AVAXTED. Kr| SHARES in the Cincinnati Insnrrance Co mna tJU ny.    I.F.    EARLE, april 18(h, 1834. Young’s Elements of IVIeclianies. JUST leceivfd and for sale by Alex. Flash No 6 West Third Street near the Post office, Young's Elements of Mechanics, oomprehending Statistics and Dynamics, with pi .tes. ALSO, McClellans Journal o( a resilience in Scotland. Brackéiitidges rcoullections of persons and places in the West. Jack Downing’s Letters to his frieiiil Dwight, april 18, 1834. II \UD\ 1    IIHHS. HogRound¡ ‘ M.£á\J 60 Heroes Hum', 8,000 cnniinHrd do. All in fine shipping order, and forsale by WILLIA'M hunter, Water St. Cincinnati, March 4, 1834. LOXDDX PEXXY MAOAZIXK (SUBSCRIPTIONS received hy ^    HUHBARDkEDMA.VDS, ():^Whoare sole Agents tor this City. March 17. SMITH’S PRODUUTIVE DRA.M.MAR. ■“■’’F.VV CINNCINATI EDITION, revised, oorreote»!, nproved and enlarged, with an ap;>emlix Puhlisb-day by    TRUMAN,    SMITH    A    Co. Booksellers, 160 Main Street, Cincinnati. ApriI15,l834.    ' X •in cd Ihis Navy Com.vissioneks’ Orrics, 12th March, 1834. Proposals sealed, and endorsed “Proposals.f Cheese,’’ will be re'-eived at the Navy Commi siontrs’ Office until 3 o’clock P. M. of the 16th ot Ms next, for snpplying one hundred and twenty thousan pound) of PINÍÉ APPLE or ROUND CHEESE, each cheese to weigh about six pounds. The cheese must be of a quality fully equal to the samples which are lodged nt the aevcral N«vy Yards, at Portsmouth, N. H., Charlestown, Mass., Brooklyn, N. Y., Philadelphia, VVarhington, and Gosport, Vx.—must have been at least six months before their delivery, well pressed, thoroughly dried, and free from cracks, defects 01 injuries. The deliveries mnit be made at cipher of the Navy Yards iiénr Boston, New York, or Norfolk, as the Navy Commissioners may direct,in good strong boxes or casks, and in good shipping order; one fourth must be delivered on or before the I5ih day of April, 1835, one-fnurth on or before the 1st day of; December, 1835; one-fourth on or before (he I5th of day of April, 1836; and one-fouith on or befiire the let day of L’ec.ember, 1836—(he whole to snhji'ct to (he inspection and approval of Hie Commandants of thn YuriJi where it is to be delivered, or •neb peisoni ns they may appoint: the Coinmibsioners to have H right to require, and the contractors to be bound to deliver, ai above stated, nn nildilional quantity, not exceecing one-fuurth, upon giving six montbs previous notice. Persons wishing to offer, may offer foi the whole, or any part not less than thirty (boiisnnd poiiiidi, and must state the price asked per pound, when delivi-roJ, inspected, and approved, as aforesaid, wilhniit any additional charge for boxes, casks, or other purposes whatever. Bonds, with good securities, will he required, and ten per ceiiluin he retained on all deliveries, as additional security, until the final completion of the contract, unless otherwise specially directed by the Cominiisiuners. To be published twice a week in the Globe, National Intelligencer, U. Stales Telegraph, Eastern Argo», New Hampshire P.itriot, Commercial Gazette, Hartford Times, Providence Patriot, New York Evening Post, New York Standard, American Sentinel, Baltimore Republican, Norfolk Herald, Cincinnati Republican, Albany Argus, Utica Observer, Vermont State Gazette. March 13. XF.W BOOKS ARRIVED. 4 T ALEXANDER FLASH’S, No. 5 West Third Street, near the Post Office. England and America; Dymind’s Essays; The Book Keeper’s AHos; The Heiress; Darnley; Lives of Eminent Painters—2d Series; Cicero; Major Downing’s Letters, &c. &c-April I6ih, 1834. XEW MUSIC. JUST received by ALEX. FLASH, Third SU, the following new and popalur Sengs; Mother, O sing me to rest; My Alpine Hume; Her ryes the glow worm lends (hee; One little word before we part; You think (hat I nm happy now; n Why tarries my lovtl Lulzuw’i wild and desperate chase; The Laughing Trio, ns »iing by the llerrmnnnt, Overture to the new niid henutifnl opera of Zaropft-f Major Jack Downing’s Mar :h; l.’Ainilie Walse a la Weber; Beauties from Russini’i opersof Othello; A iminber of Herx’s celebrated Variations Piano Forte; AND A NEW SUTfLY OF Spring lime of year it coming; My siller denr; The Sea; Morning its sweets is Hinging; Come dwell with me; Cinderella ColilKutis; BocHioveii, CimkrelLi and La Dame Blanche Waltzes; Overture to Cinderella, for (wo Flutes, 4:e. Svo. —ALSO— I.atonr’s new and improved Piano Forte Preceptor; ('halloner’s ditto; llailloi, R'ule and Kreutziier’s Violin Pret-epli.r i^Dressler’i Flute Preceptor; Ah-xamler’s do.; A Treatise éii llanuuny. by C'Hel, a Professor of (he Royal Ciinwivalory at Paris; Biiirowi’ Piano Foita Primer-,^j|>r<rough Bast; Calloott’s Musical Grammar; Clarke’s Musical Catechism, ¿¿c. March 26. CARDiJx^: wi:hteri.y, The Young Traveller Irom Ohio. JUST recciveil, ‘•Cafolini Westerly, or the Young Traveller fmin Ohio, containing tiie Letters of a Young Lady of Seventeen, wfitten to li»r sister.’’ Fur sale by    - ALEX’R FLASH. Novembers. Oír JES8E ÍÜMBALL ¡sacandidataforJiwtio» of the Peace at the election to supply the vacancf occasiunetl by the death of A. W. Sweeney Esq. Oír^Te-^rí. JSditorirt—pleaseamiouDce JOHN A. VVISEM^VN as a candidate fin Justice of the PtRCO to supply the vacancy occasioned by tliq death of A. W. Sweeney, Esq. 0»5”ENOS WCKJDRUFF, we are aotliorized to announce as a candidate for Justice of tfao to fill tbe vacancy occasioned by the death of A. W. Sweeny. Oir*^AMES FOSTER, grateful to his felloor citizens for the confidence liertetolofe reposad in h’m in electing him to Hie office of Magistrate, »-gain solicits their suffrages for tiiat office, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of A. W. Swenejr Esip    ■“ Oir'Ve arc atilliorizcd to announce the name of ISAj).C G. BURNET as a carulidate for Justice of (he Peace, in Cincinnati Township, to fill tho vacancy ocr^isioned by the death of Alextnder W. Sweeney, Esq._WltU    ' XEW BDDKS-JUSTARRIVED, Alex, flash h« just receivwl n portion of bis •astern t urcliaifci—uuiODg which are (befoiiowing po* pillar works: A new Ijibrary Edilioa of ‘‘CuriosHtes of LileratufS^' in 3 vol. by D'lsrsdi. The liaiightei’s own Bmik—elegoptly bound. ^_^akrspenrc’i cooiple works—a new and beaiKlMil ■edirioo with elegant illuiirations Miss Leslie’s AHsnHe Tales-nr pictures of Youth. Faradog’s Cheinical MnniculoJ^. The Veterinary Surgeon, or ^^iering taught on ft new and easy plan—hy Jno. Hinds. Spiifzheiiii’s PhrcnoWy; and Anatomy of the Brain. A London edition of Tied«n|il’s valiiabl« work on (lA rlrength of Cast Iron.nnil other metals-with an extensive (able of the properties of minerals. Tuaon’i Diss-'ctnrs Guide or Students Coropanion— clearly exhibitintt and explaining the dissection of every part of the human body. The works of Edniuml Riiike, of Shakespeare and ' of Byron—a new a*id elegant edition. A Library edition oftlie I-eiters of H-mace Walpol*. A inemni^^ of the Life and Phil ijnpby of Spiirzheiin. Briinlni’sJJomoeridinm of Mccbaiiict''-r Test bhok for Engirier-rs, Mdl wrigl'., Machine Mg'rers, Foun-dtrifs, Smitlis, &c. &c. P.irticularly aUapted for the use of ojiiwative iMcchaoii-s. E‘sa)) on the psiriuil ol Truth—and on (lie formation and pnblicalio" of opinions. l»rd KaiiK-s’s eb-mentsol Crilioisni. Tbe Alptab.t of B ttsny-for Hw use of beginners. Young’» .VuHiemntical work». Gtusd’s Chemi-try and solid Ocoinilry-irnnd tbe la*t edition of Brand’s Cheinis rj. ALSO. n ussortnient of the most popular German aud French uclioii Book» and Dictionariis. No. 5 Wpit-Tbird street, near tbe Post Office. Anri 21 St, 1834. LIFE OF GEX. AXDREW JACKSOX. JUST received by Alex.4-'luih,No. 5 Weil Third St. Dear (he Post Office. The Life of Gen. Andrew Jnckson, by Major Jack Downing of Downingville. Also—The last and bot Edition of Jack Downing’s Letters—just piihsiihed,    * April 15lh, 1834. DRAWIXG ROOM 8CRAP BOOK. FISHER’S “Drawing Room Scrap Book,” lor 1834 with poetical illustrations by L, E. Laiidun. —ALSO— The “Amulet” for 1834. Just received by HUBBARD EDMAND3. Feb. 13,1834.    tf R INH'IXIII SI.MJIOVS, Residence nml office, on Sixih street, third door well of llenric’s Hotel. March J3th,    6ra. ECEIVED by Alex. Flush, PIo. 5, west 3d street, near ihe post Offire. 1 bird vtil. of Peter Simple, Mcmiiiri of iVlarvhall Ney,. , The l)-cameron, or ten days Entertainment of Bo cacio—inrliiding the fiipp essed noveli—trunsi ted from Hie Itulian-London edition. Report on the Geology, Mjneralogy, Botany and Zoology ol Massnctmsells-by Professor Hitch cock, with a bunk of plates. Fnigmcuti ol-Voyages ami Travels—by B izil Hall. —ALSO— February No. of the L-iw Library; .luniiary No. of (he Book of Nature. Feb. 21.    ,    (f JUST REC EIVED By Alex. Flash, 3rd Street:— , A ConstitHtion and plan of Education for Girard College for Orphans. By Francis Licber. Printed by order of the Board.    . AI.SO, The new novel of“Trevolyan.’’ By the author of "A. Marriage in High Life;’’ and Tiwits and 'Traditions of Portugal, rollerted during residence in that country. By Miss Pardoo. “ March 14, 1834. TO COXSU.MERS OF C0.1L IX tíRATES,&C. {Patent Right Secured.) NEW I>IPROVEMENTS IN TIIE BURNINO OF COAL. 131RST,—An improvement by which the liglit dust and ashes is entirely prevented from eio i|dng into Ihc room. The warmth of the room is also increased by the.iHire improvement. Second,—An impiovrment which obviates all diia-groeable letisatiuns iirisiiig from the atmosphere uf a coal fire. Those desirous of having eitlier or both of these important deleets ill the use of coal, remedied, will plesie callatmy < ffi e, No. Ii, rorner of Main and'Third sis.-wlicro cerlifitatf) m>y be seen, verifying Hi», above statement. 0. M. MlTCHEL. Felri3.    tf JUST PUBLISHED, RAY’S LITTLE ARITHMETIC. ELEMENTAHY LESSONS in iiilellectnal Arithmetic ur the imiuctive and analytic method of instruction. By Joseph Ray, M. D. Professor in the Woodward High School, Cincinnati. This. Little Arithmetic is (he best and cheapest work extant, for beginners in the study, it it very simple— adapted to the capacity of the youngest learner, for sale by    ALEXR.    FLASH,    3rd    street, March 27th, 1834. JUST rec;givrd per Steam Boat Hibernia, 37 Bags Coffee, I pipe Holland Gin, 2 half pipes Cognaic Brandy, of a superior quality, also, s few barrels ot Tanners Oil, equal to any in Ihe market, the .whole or n part will be sold low for cash or exchanged fnr country produce.    by    HARTSHORN    &    CHILD. Sycamore, between Front and Columbia streeli, april I9ih 1834,    ' Coinniercial Bank of Cincinnati. April 10, 1834. An election for Ihirteen’Directori of this institution, to serve Ihe ensuing year, will be held atthe*Bank-ing House on Monday the 5ih day of May next, between the boms of 10 *. m. and 3 p. m. By order of the Board, WM. S. HATCH, CosAier. April 12, 1834-tSm. A CARD. rWYHE inbsciiber takes his opportunity of informing JL his friends and the Public, (hut be h-ii just returned irom tbe Eastern cities, where he has made extensive selections from the latest and best publications—both nntionul and foreign—in every brunch of Science and Literature; and also m:ide iiKh arrangeinenti as will enable him >o fulfil any orders for scarce books &o. Es-teiisive a ditions have been made (u his stock of Mu< sic, and Muiical Instruments;and Ihe Circalaling Libra, ry hat lieen onniiderably enlarged. The public is respectfully invited to call ut the Store of A|.iil 15,1834.    ALEX.    FLASH, No. 5 West Third st near Hie Post Offioe. ST. LOUIS PACKETS. A ____ Stonin    Boat    B.\NNKR, Cnpt. II. B. Kvans, “    “    GRENADIER, Capt. J. Bonnell, “    “    MESSENGER, Cnpt. J. Artus, »    “    I»OI.ANDER, Copt. W. II. Smith, “    “    RÜBT. FULTON, Cnpt. J. Green, WILL run regularly between Cmoinnnti andSt. I/ni-ii. And tlmnew steam boats Iowa, and JoknMel-eon, mn irnm B<. Louis up the Missouri River and Ihe Warrior and Winnebago, the Upper Mississippi. Pa» scngers and Freight lor either will have no delay at 8|, I.OIIÍS. A|>;dy to    W.    D.    JONES. Cinoiiiiinli, M ireh 29lh, 1833. XASHVILLE PACKETS. The »te ini boat IIUNTKR, Capt. B. Crooks; The iteuui boat JUNIATA, C»|d. Tbi... L nf.rd; Will fily regularly b.lween PITTSBUIUsH and NA8HVH.LE. For ueightor luissago "I” D March It.    W.    D.    JONF.S. RISIXG SUX. A 1IOU3E and lot in the above town, for sale at a £m very low price, and long arcdil npply to f. r. EARLE. IROX AXD XAILS. S^IIE undersigned, Agents for the Covington Rolling Mill, will keep constantly on hand, u large and general nssnrlment of Bar Iron of all sizes, Boiler Iron, Sheet and Hoop Iron',—n\to, n complete assortuieiit ol Aaifi—all warranUd of a iperior quality, ond for sale on Ihe most nccommmlating terms and nt the lowest prices.    CHAS.    MACALE3TER    b    CO. March 4. . SPRIXG GOODS. OUR friends and the public are informed, that we H^e réceiving, almost daily, from iho eastern cities, invoices of Dry Goods, Hardware, Shoes, Itc.— They have been well purchased, and oarefiilly lelected by one of the firm, and are nffi-red fur sale on accommo-dutinr terms, by tbe piece or package. J. D. & C. JONES. No. 19, Pearl St March 5, 1834. PETER SIMPLE. VOL. 2d, Peter Simple, by the authoi of King's Own, Naval Offiuer. Just received by HUBBARD & EDMANDS, Feb 7.    |Corn    er    Main    and    Columbia    streets. OXE CEXT REWARD. R.4N away Irom the lubscriber, on tbe 25th iiist. an indented apprentice to Ihe Coachniuking business, (lithe iinme of Horace Guild. He is between 19 and2U years of a|e,niid Hbi)ut5l<et six or seven inclies in beiglh. All (leiionsnre fnibid harbnring or trusting said nppten-tice. The above reward, but no charge», will be paid fur hit apprehension. WILLI\M HOLCOMB. Feb. 27,1034. xiFrici:. The firm ofBLACHLY, WELL.S & SIMPSON o tliii city, was dissolved on Ihe 7'h in»liint. The bu*iness of the linn wilt bo settled by Olieer B. Blackly end John.I. Simpson. OLIVER B. BLACHLY, HENRY WELLS, JOHN A. SLVU'SON. Cincinnati, Feb. |8,1S3L    tf FLIXT GLASS. The subacribert uro rec.uving regular supplies from (heir mnnufaolnry at Pitlahiirg, and have now on hniid a large Hssiirtmoiit of FLINT (il.ASSW ARE, con-•i»ling, ill part, of DftuaaiaTa* Wauc, Jxas, Ac. fur Confeclioimry. Cut and Plain Decanters, Tiiiublcrsv Wines, kn. Cut and Prcsfod Salts, Bowls, Diibes, Plates, 4co.; and a general assortment of Glass Knobs of variou» patterns; for lale on moderate ti rms. Apply (u BAKEWELL3 * ANDERSON, 20, Pearl St. Broken Flint Qlaet, if clean, receiseU iu pay mont ot eiclisnge, at the above establiihiuenl. March 28.    I—V SUGAR, COFFEE AfC. JUST reorited per Hieamer Pbiladelphia, 10 Hhila N. O. Sugar, 5 bbis leaf do. 20 bag) St. Domingo Coffee, 8 boxes ipcrot candlet, • 2 “ claret wine (Vintage nf 1129,) foi sale low by    C. MACALA8TER * Co. March 271 h, 1834.    ,* 15 ¡üTbí. 32 “    N: 0. Molataet • “    8Urch 6 Pipoe Gin 6 half Pipei Brandy Juil reoaivtd.p«t Steamer Homer, by c-ascALMTwac. I ECEIVED Ihia day, by ALEXANDER FLASH, ' £.%' Third slret. The Slnff Officer, or the Soldiers ol Fortune—a tale of real life. Select w orks of James Sheridan Knowles—consisting of his most popular Tales and Dramas, witli an original notice of ills Life and Writings. ALSO, Nns. 3 and 4, of the first volume, and No. 1 of the second voliiino of La France Lilcrairo. And No of His Book of Nature. April 8. MALT LIHUORK Tlic Jiidgrg ol Mall I.¡quors a ward the premium to Mr. P. O’REIlXY.iur the best Porter and Ale. Hit Ale No. 1, i», ill Hieir •••(iination, a very superior article. \ Ethan Stone,    M. P. Ca»»illy,0 A. Harris,    11. Bitcbiiniiii, A. G. Gsiio,    J S. Aniislfoiig. N. Longworlb.—Far«ie,'£i Meduink, Palriek IflcKay, a South-east corner of Walnut aid Third tlreets, IN FORMS bis friends and (he pul lie generally, limt is now, iiml will, for the sommcr, tic supplied wii^ PORTER AND ALE, of the tame quality aiul luaiiulactured at Brewery with that mentioned above. It would less to sny more in rcoiimnienilation of his liqiio (he names of those respecluble Judges ure nOU/ certificate above.    / N. B. Orders li-R here fur Beer, or sd thej lireweey^ will lie duly at fended to.    “ March Í3. 1834. CIXi.iXAATI ACADEMY, {Corner of Walnut and Fourth Streets.) WllOl’WOfH), A. M, Professor of Languages • and .tfalheviatits. JOHN L. TALliO I T—DAVID L. TALBOTT,-Priruipals in the English Departments. TERMS OF TUITION PER SESSION OF 21 tVEEKS. For the Engliili Department,    <(10 00 *» “ Ctnsfics and Malliematic», nr either, with or witlioiit Ihe F.nglisb,    $16 00 N, K. The Summer Susnio» will cumiaeuce uu Monday Ihe I7ih init. REFERENCE». Morgan Neville, Esq.    John P. Foote, Esq. Daniel Drake, M. D.    A. Kinmo..t, Esq. Feb. 13,1834. LEDXARD BUEL, Draper and Tailor, No. 3, West Third sprfjct, T (he old stand of Bukl k Wiqi,iAMs. L March 5. 8PLEXDID HATS AT Utl! A p. WOODRUFF respeclfully iiifoinis thr* oitiiens • of Cincinnati nnil Hie public, that he has tikrui tha new store, No. 90, Main street, second tlnre below Third street, for Iba sale of the above named Hats, and respectfully invites (he public to call and examine vhem HI he idi'dgps bfmsulf that they nre superior to sny Hut, ever nffurcd in the western ciiiintry for tho price; and for texture, durability and fiiii-h me I'naiil to Leavy 4 Cu’t. celebrated four dollar Huts; they arc made after Ihe latest New York and I'liil-<ilel|iliia fn»liiuiis, hiiiI be Ins made nrrangrnieiits for Hie earl-est infnriiiiiiinn of the eastern fiishinns, nnd*1ic hope» by paying siiiot attention (u the business, to merit a share of the pulilic patronage The strictest a'teiitinn will be paal to H «Is made to order; and all Hats sold by him will be warranted to give perfect lalisfncHon. OiyMurchaiits ihut purchase by (he case arc invited to call and examine them. Cincinnati, Feb. 8,1834. HVGEIAX FILLS. The undersigned having been appiuntial sole agent for veudu'g Iheccli brateil Hygtan Universal Medicines, in the Siiite of Ohio, and cmisiih ring it to bu n duly he owes, as well Iu Hic piitdin nsto liia ciistniuerr, to give tbe rarlieit informiiHoii of any impositiuii which may be praoliaed upon (hem, l>y eoiiiitcrieiling the ahove medicine, he, Hu refure, lakea Hus nieihml of in-foiiiiibg all persons who are in tho hnbil of using (hero that Hie genuine nirdicinei can only be pMciired in (hi. State directly ftoiii thn iindtwsigned, nraub-ageiit haviiis a regular appuinlment iindci hi* band. He wniilil also state tbern is no other general ag< nl fur Ihe sale of said fenainc medieliie* in the U. S. t-i. oept Uuolor Shepherd Moat, of Brooklin, New York; and that neither Jaqiir s 4 Marsh, (it there i» such firm in New York,) nor R. P. H lys, o( Cinoiniiati, have any aiiHiority to sell said medioiiies, eiiher directly or indi-rrctiv, from the British College of Healthi he, therefore, cautious tha | ubiic Irom | uributieg any medicines purporting In he sold by aulhnrily of said iusliiulion within thi» State, unless from the subsciibcr, or hta siib-aeent, duly appointrd.    WM, ÜI8.NEY. ( i net anal i, Feb. 7, 1834. JUKr RECEIA ED A\D FOR SALE BY alisi of (he Life Ilf Culuncl Crockett; written by him self. The Cbiss Book of Anutoilly, designed for SchnnI*. Goud’uBouk of Naiure, at,ridged fruui (be original work. Nii.*2 (if the second vobime rif La France Lilterare. TbeM ireli No of ihe Law j.ihrary. AVANTED I'D FURtllASF.. ANr. V l' Dwell iig Innisi! and lot iiilhiscity, for ivhicli $.500 will hopiilil ill cii'h, and Htebhlancw-of Hie ptir,'||)ise iiioiioy satiifautorily scfiired. Applv to No. 56 .Main siree».    I.    F.    EAULE. (’in. IIpril 8, 1034. XDTIUE. rBNHF. Subscribers have this day formed a pnrtaei-JL ship to (he flat. Fur, and Mat Trimming biisioew, under tlie ftriu of Coombs &. Vallcite,    . SAMUEI-A. COOMBS, April IV'Ln.    HENRY VAl.LK'l I E. WIXE ISDTiTsIX ^4 M Hnmpirs Wmc buttles ju-rV rived and for vgla by    RAM5AT    &    \YlTlER. March 21 ROBERT G. S.1UTH Ac UO. Imporlcrs^lanufacturers, and IVholesale Deakrs, RFd5PEt.*EFULLY call the attentinn of Western MerohsnU to on «xaminatioii of ’heir stm k, when making their Spring purokaset, in Ihe foiluwing kinds of Goods:    ^ 100 casks common quality paUo leaf li.atip too    do    mei!ium do    ^lo    S 100    do    super    do    do    ^ 75    do    tbe best mannfncturesl da 100 Cases (.egliurn lioiiiiets; do Englisli Cottngc»IiO|ip; do real Fri-ncti Tuscan; do    do    Imitation; Fancy straw, assorted s(»lcsHiid qimlitief; Cypress do ii new aud elrgaiit article. —— An entire assortment of French Silk Goods, Murina and Tliiliet Shawls, Lace Gnoils, 4:c. R. G. SMITH, JOHN C. HENDERSON. ««. 176, Peurl Street, New Ynrk. Feb. 21, 1034.    tf 60 50 125 200 20 do do do do do JUST arrived—niEAP MUSIC. JUST rereived hy Alexaiider Fliih, Nu. 5, West ■| bird streul, near the P. ii Office, E.isy studies (or the Fliitr, FI iireolelt, or Violiv, in numbers at iSci-sds rndi, nr nt $l .50 per deten. Each number »»f tbit work is tWvnlnl oxi liiMvely, to Song*, Wiiltxi s, M irrlics, nnd Sacred )(u»ir,iu nrilrr that (he puroliHser may be nocommodatud witli either one or alt, at lusy be preferred. Nichidions Beauliie of .Vis J»pril25, IR’4.__ lanifllo for Ihe Flute. IIOFS. I^OH sale a few B Has of ii superior nt the Braaary ul I'eb 28. quality; Apa P- O. REILY. BKIS'rOL BRIUKS JUST received at the wbolswa'a Drug Store, algn of tha Gulden Mortar, No. 83, Main street. .24 «X H0XE9 Fresh Oranges, •    boxea    Leraiius, Reerived per sleaoi boat Chancelbir, and for sale by _apiil I.    M’CLELI-EW    fc    YORKE. FAI.VrEIFS DlAMOXp UEMEXT. A N invaliithledisnflvery for joining frrokeii ghus, r4i-/V na, earthen ware, and/aary artielse, ol avery de- lorip'tuii. Thisrrmentii arknowWlged to be superior to any ihmg (if the kind ever offered to (ha public. It resists w>'t, will stand any onlinary degree of heal, und Us hnrdiieM when set is truly astnniibing, Fiir IIIlu Whn|i*ia|e or Retail at the WMeeaU Daug Store, sign <<f the Golden Jkorlar, No. B'J M»io it. April f, IB34. VhiloMophr of Mwral Feelinirf. fllHK abuse work just received and for sa|« J.    '    ALEX.    FLASH, ____ No.    5    WeH    Thfrd    8t SFAXLSH UIKM'OIiATFs. A FEW boxes of auperior quality for sale by W. D. J0NE8. March 14. WANTED» AOOOn WEAVER well aiquainted with the Cotton Weaving and Managing Machinery, to go to Mexico, oau have a good ailuaiiuu by applying to W. U. JONES. April 3<l, 1834. SUGAR AXD RICE. JU^T reeeivrd, and for sale low-10 boxcf sufscrior Loaf Sugar, 4 (ieroea new crop Kice. april t    C.    MACALIHTER A, CO. Apply In April t. WH SALE, A SFLEXDID DARDUC11E» I. r. EAHLE, ■ ^ n Main autet.

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