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The Daily Cincinnati Republican And Commercial Regeister (Newspaper) - May 2, 1834, Cincinnati, Ohio Üi ETROPEAIV AGFA’CY, ‘ «IÉW» fTtiadarly uitk Ureat Brituin. and Irtland. Exchange Hotel, ) Pittsburgh, pec. 17, 1833.^ r[E nndenigpned intend*, at asn»], to leave Pitts* bargli. Pa., on the first dnj of March, mil sail from tftw York on the first day of April next, on * Jfteenth ttur, throueb Greai Britain and Ireland, trsiiraciing eirery description of hnsiness, a»« GK.NFRAl. AGENT. ^Aad asiJJ return to Pittibttrgh, about the first of Uecem-r,1834. Many year* acn he made eitennVe arrangemcnls, Wherpby money rcmiftann-s eouki he made and received oand from upwards of five hundred cities and towns on becontinent of Europe, viz; in frunce, Ilollurid, Gcr many, Srtiticriand, Itaiy, &e. &c. In England, Scotland and Ireland, tegncies and hcred-itsry properly recovered and received, land», hou'cs, tenements sold; claim*, di Ids, dues, demands, inlieri-ttnces and rents collected; c«lalis manserd; slorlc*, •nd all kinds nf-revisinnary property fold; divideniN of Bank aniibitiei received,N’oting in (I e choice of a?*ign-ecs; receiving dividends and •iLuini; irrlifientf*; ne.tnig MS commisMnner in taking the Hi knowledgment of Hof# and reooveric*; examining wilnc'se* under comnii**ian; procuring all kinds of documeiils; conipariii > and rrn*« comparing siiine, if nccr**»ry, and proving them in cvi-^ dcnco, on trial, witnessing Mic execution nf deeds and memorials Ihereof, so that they ran be regis'ercd nc cording to act of I’arliament, making srarclioi r>f all kinsls in jmldic ofli’er; proving tln^uieniily and exist• encc of Cestui que Vitf, or I'vcs of leii«ei oil and»; (jii-curing and receiving cousignmcnls uf goods and vessels, Ac &e. If required, rcfi rence cati he given in every port of the United Stales, and every information may be obtaimd, by pea! paid ¡otters atldresied JAMES STUART, ! Europenn^gcnt, 1‘iusburqli, Pii. ' Ter^onj in Cincinna'i or vicinity, wishing to traiuaul bu'irii ss, Mirou.'h Mr. Sinari, can apply to Mn*r*. W.C. STEWART & CO., M’CANJ)I.E-S. SEMl'LK & CO., JAMES M'CANnLESS.Exi., V. B. HOUTON, Eiii-January 29. Not. 4, 1C:3. IVKW NOVEL. Ruined Tamil ”^*’hUbbaru ¿ edSands^ Delaware, orth^ Ruined Tamily. IfoU. t* mo. BiWiolheque F,nocai*e, No. 7. Just tfce.ved by Traits and iikeU’lies OF TIIlI 1K2SII rEASANTRY. JUST rt'ceivptia    above work i for sale by ALF,X’’R wAáll.JVo. 5. m>l mrdtírcü. September 12, 1833.__^_ NEW BOOK.S. JUST.received at the new Circulating labrary and Bpokslnre, Third street, a fe* doots w^tof'Main,— Coiiluriiio Fleming—Ry Iho Riitlior of Virii^ Gray. Indion Bio2Tii|ili> —By R. B. Thatcher, Esq. Sketches from Venitiun History. Tales of the GlaiiSer Sp i—By reveral Ami r, authors. The Coiiiforier—By a Village I’aslrtr. ^ Dunlap’s Ili«tory of the Amerieari Theatre. .\l«n—A variety of I'ancy Arli' I* », nod prime Havana SFflARS.    AI.F.X.V.N’DfR    FLASH. ISOO HIDES. Misaoiiri Hide», 400 do Calfskins, 30 Wds 'I’anncrs Oil, / 100 boxes Window Glass, Just received and for sale by JAMES JOHNSON. No. 41), .Main slrerl Nov 14,133. NEW VAHms ARRIVi:i). F.TTFIIS of Horace Walpole, edited by Lord Do--J ter, 2 vols; Didawitre, or the Ruined Family, n Tale in 2 vols; S(!H(M)Ii IMMRÍ DEFOSI IXiR 1. Hubbard & EDMANDS, comer of .Main and Columbia its. rubhtln rs and Boi.ksellers, have tor t>iile the íi.Jlüwing valuab'e puhlicatinn*. NORTH AMERICAN ARITH.METIC, part fii*', S;id second; By Frederick Emerson, Primipal of the r>ppnrtniCot of \lriting and Arithmetic, Baylston School, Boston. ALGER’S MURRAY, being .Murray’s own A ige m nt of his Gnimmar, with copious additions from his argor work, rrrulering the S)n(ax very complete, to which Questions for exaiiiiiiatiuii arc added. By Israel Alger, jr. As a cheap and compendlou* clementiiry work for general use, .4kj¿js probahly the best Grammar exiatd, rijnl is r.apidly gaining inlrodiioiion into most of the town* in. New Eoghind. Tlmugli furnished at a mode Tsto price, it is so copious, as in most cases to supersede the lipccssify of a Intgrr work. ¡VJUHUaV’S exercises, a new md greatly improved siereolvpe cditinn, in w-liich all the rules ofSyn-iiiHuted, anil reference* l.v íigiin’* arc made to ;s arid observations, liy which l.ilse Grauimur is to iJiMnwiirc, <11 n...  ....... Trait* and Sketches of lri*h Teasanlry, (irst series; Diior's Oiiilities of the ConsUtuliuiial Jurisprudence of the United Si.tlc*, I vol; Dei tin on the di«en«e- of the Heart and griat Vessels, translated by C. W. Chauncy, iM. D.; A Treatise on ihe L; w ofLihel and the Liberty of the Trc.**, by Thnraas Cooper, M. D. LL. Ü. and President of (hiinmbia College, S. C.; The Diegesi», being a discovery of the Origin, Evidences, and Early History of Christianity, never yet before or elsewhere so fully and fHithfiill^^t firth, by the Rev. Robert Taylor, A. B. & M. R. C, S. For sale by    ALEX.    FI.ASH, Nor. I. No. 5 Third street, near Ihe Post Ofiice. AsVcic Reptdjlican Paper at the Seat of Gotemmcnt of the State of Ohio. HAVLNG been elected State Printer for Ihe three ^^uing year*, 1 propo*e to publish at the Me tropolls of Olno, a weekly Newspaper of the iarges-oluis, ti^bo executed ill a style of elegance and neiitt iiois, nonsiirpasved by any publiif journal in the Wes-States. It will probably be antitied the COEU-HRt.S COURIER, * A^D "oflio people’s PKES.S. In re-entering political life, after a retirement of *ix years, it may b« e.x,meted by many thHt'-Lshfnild mnke II li.II and fiaok avowal of the principles aiii| Ihe policy, which will govern iny fiitnrc course. The expectation is reasonable, iind shall not bn disiippointed.—A Soeci-iiieii Nutnh..r, containing n minute and ample detad of ray view*, in relation to the present state of American I’olitics, nnd my opinions nt large upon nil the import ant riucstions ot .National Policy, which are now iii dii-cu't-imi before the oonniry, will be published without oniipcessary'delay, and **iit every town andlown-•liipof every county of the Sliile, by proper Agents np-I'oiiited lor that piirposo, ■ At this lime, nnd in ibis >hrei, wldcli is designed only as <1 Subscription Paper, I can but brii (ly slate, in nd vaiicp, and for the satisfaction nt those who are not per-luiially arqiisinled with me— l«l. That I nro iincon*cioii! of any change in Ihe pn-tical tcntimeirs, i-r any diviatiun Ironi the demoi raiic docfrinci, which I eiilerlaioe.l and endeavoied to eti-■'orce, through theculuiunsol the “OAio Beojilc'srrtss," n 1828. 2d. That the general ootirseof (be admini*tration nf .Andrew Jack-'o i, from h'* inauguration up to Hie present period, has rercivul my uniloiui supjtoit and uii- NEW NOVEL. LOVF.I.L’S folly, by Mrs. Hrnte, will shorlly be publisbedby HUBBARD * EDMA-NDS, ggp(,4^    Corner    af    Main    and    Columbia sti. CARPENTER’S CO.RPOUND OF S.*irsaparill»,€ubeb9 and CopaiTa, 1N0R the cure of Gonorrhea, Gleet nnd Strictures. Jiut receiveil nnd for sale by Sept.4,-[llj - RAMSAY &, YATTIER. LAW IRMIKS. The snbscriber has on hand n few ctffiies of vnlrinble standard LAW BOOKS, the remains of a stork in trade, which will be xCdd at eo*% or hks#, to rIo«o them. Kii(|iiireof    R.    P. HAYS, No. 83, .Main St. September 3, 1833. CONCi;\TaiATEl7IHSINFIXTING Solution of Chloride of .Soda, ^YOR p,ese,ving meat, removing offm^    :    Bookie’ll^r*    in    ti,c    United    States. Iralizrng pcstileniial txliuiytions, and dcttroymff i    IQ    j| Prepari d of iiniArin ntiength, according to the formulary pro.on'gntert by the. philosophic discoverer, A, G. I.afmrrHque. For ¡>a\‘ by For Sale bp R. P. C. WILLIAMS, BOSTON, mASS. BENJAMIN’S PRACTICAL HOUSE CARPENTER —being a Complete Developcment of the Grecian Orders of Architecture, raettiodi ed and arranged in such a simple and oomprebensive ma ner as to be easily understood—etch example being fas vioned according to the style and practice of the piesent lay. The carpenter eeill here JindproJier tite working drao ingi, agid examples of the Tuscan, Doric, Ionic, Coriiitl inn and Composite Orders, with all their details, dra vn to adarge scale; to which are added a scries of Desigi sfor Porticos, Frontispiece», Doors, Windows, Caps and Sill*, Sash Frames, Sashes and Shutter.*, Base and Sórbase Moulding», Architrave*, Chimney Piece*, Truiscx for Roofs nnd Partitions, Slain. &o. Engraved on Sixty-Four Large Quarto Copper Plates. Ry Asher llrnjamin, author of the “American Builders Companion,” and the “Rudiment* I of Architecture.” Sold, wholesale and retail, by R P C. WILLIAMS, Wholesale and Retail Booksellers, No*. 18 and 20, Curnhill, Boston, arwl by the principal WINES, • THE PURE JUICE OF THE GRAPE OORT, (HairiV brand) double grape' vintage * 1826.’ fdadeira. (from the home of Ne wtoD,Gordon, Murdow & Scott,) vinLago of 1825. Pale Sherry. Claret. (Classman k Co’s brand.) Old ^Tock.— C/tampaigne, (l..emoinc’s br.tnd.) (V^- The subscriber has received the above describid JVinet, said by eonnoiitieurt to be perfectly pure, and of (he rerj/nett flavor. He intands keeping aiich wines os are free froma/coAcI, designed for medicinal me. Phytidant and epicure* may rely with the utinost con fidencG on the purity of the wines he imports. * R. P. HAYS, Sign of the Golden Mortar, No. 83, Main street April 9, i 833. ST. LOUIS IMt’KET. The .«team boat ROBERT FUL-'TO.N, Ja.s. T. Tiviihell, Master; Tlie steam boat Ü.VNNER, Henry Evans, Master; T!ie «team boat MESSENGER, Jo*. Arin*, Master; Win ply regularly between (¡1NCLN.NATI and ST. LOUIS. For freight or paapige, having excellent accommodations, aiipty to W. D. JONES. December 20. qualified approbation. .3d. That I am decidedly in favor of the President's ecommendalion to reduce the price of the public iands o the cost of surviy and *ale; and that I think him entitled to the thanks and gratitude of the people, for his rejection of Mr. Clay’s Land Bdl, of la«t year, as a measure violating the express ternjs of (he grants of Ihe iiHtinnal domain by the tjti.tes to the Federal Govcrninent, ami disastrous iu its elRcts to the whole Western Country. 4th. That I have had no new opinions to form since the year 1811, in relation to the unconstilutionalify and highly dangerous lemleiicy of the Bank of the rr„;i„.( siafr,. q’^jg ,j¡,s (he period, it will be recollect UA^SAY&VATTIER, 1833. Iv. LAW IJBRARY. ■ffUST RF.CEIVED-The second Nc. ofthcLnw LiJ brary, coritainiiig n Trratise on the statutes of, by W. Blnnshard, Efq of the Inner Temple. / To -    ^    ’"’‘’’T''’’    K    tv ;:    Alsol-The    September    No.    contains    a    Treatise on the &?c., l9o Maip, be ween .It I and 6(h, and South West    Distresses,    by    James    Brady    of    Lincoln’. Inn. coMier of Pearl nnd Mam Streets.    For    sale    h,    ALE.X.    FL.ASH. No. 5, West Third-street, near the Post-otBce DR. FRANKLIV?^ IjnTERS. HUBB tIlD& F.DMA.XDS, have just nceiVfil a col lecti in o( Ihe Familiar Lct'or* and MifCelUtieou Papers of Dr. Franklin ; now for tin; first time piibtidied. * Plates; In I vol. 12mo., 296 nag» s.    '    ¡    T.P.    1 An*.23. off# If. pr. tax arc rule* - corrected. By I. Alg»T, Jr. ROMAN ANTIQUITIES, A.ND ANCIENT MY-.riOI.OGY; By Charles K. Ddlaway, Instriicter in the .Boston Public Latin Schorl, lllustrniedhy eleganten- YÓRKE, :>I ACAL ESTER A CO. CO.RMISSION MKRCIIANTS, NEW-ORLEANS. Prompt attention given to SALES OF MERCHANDIZE and the FORWARDING of GOODS. Advances made on Consignment* of Produce to said house, by    C.    MACALF.STER & CO., ■y    Of Cincinnati, Ohio. November 2, 1833. il3m '"graving*., FIRST COOK IN ASTRO.VOMY, dcdgi.ed for Die use of Common .Schools. Illustrated by Steel Plate Fu-gravings, Dy Rev. J. L. Blake, A. .M. .Antbor of Ibe HistorirnI Reader, frnproveiiienls in 8l ike’s Pliilosopby, Biblical Readr r, •'>() oilier work* <>n FiiHmalion, BLAKE’S NATU(LU*^lQriLOS{)PHY, being Lon ^vcrsatiojvy ow'\Tnlo*opby, with Du> addition of ex|daiia ^^_^JUiTyN(de*, Qiieslions for F.xamioalion, aiiil a DieiionnoLI ^ ry of Pbilosopbice) T(tnii«. The whole acroiniianicd with PI'ites. A rie.v and beniitifiil stereotype edition ’    Prrhap*    no work ba* conltiimtrd so nitieh as this lo cite H fondness for the study of N iUiral t’bilosophy in 7outhful rail'd». The familiar.e.oinparivnns with which *t nbound*, nivaken inti'rest, and rivet Ihe allcnlion of the pupil. It is iiitroduc.'jd, with great success, into the Public Schools ill Boston.    r Tlir. YOUNG LADIES’ CLASS BOOK; a Selection of l.eismis for Reailln', ia Pri'*e iDid Ver'o. By Ehciuzor Bailey, Prjnci|ial ufthc Yuiiii^l-adies’High School, nosioii. , Together with as large nna»<!artm‘ ntoi SCHOOL AND __y CHILDRENS BOOKS as cun be fuuud iu (he vvcstuni country, and on as liberal term*.    - 0^ School Vi»itor* and Te-ich»‘r* arc requfcsled to examine. Coi'ies fiirni»hed for examiiialion. Í September '83.5. RELKÍ10US WORKS. JUST REtiEIVEL—A few enpie* of Lectures on Revival* of R» ligion, by Mlilliiim B. Sjiraguc, 1). D., Pastor of the Second Presby-teriaii Chtirrh in Albany, with an irilrmliictory E**ar, by LeonariMVooili', D. D.; Also, an Appendix, consisting iifLeltervoom several cel- ehrateil Cleri'ymcii. AI*o, “The Jews and Iho Mosaic Law,” by Ls iao Lee •¡er, Ivinider of the Poitugueso Jcivish Congregation in Pliil.idelpbia. AUe,Gaii'o to nn lri»h Gentlemnn in his S.oirrh of ii Religion, by tliP Rev. Morti'mer O'Sullivan, A. M. Rector of Killymtm. For sale by    ......... Nov. l9.-tf ALr.X'R FLASH, No. 5, Wed Third street. United Stales. This lyas the period, ed, when Mr. Clay, and other eminent statesmen, now so zealously suitaining this gigantic and corrupt engine of a Moneyeil Aristocracy, coniemled with iiniurpnssed eloquence and argument, agaiint its rcchurler, as sub-V» rsivc of the rights, liberties and morals of the country. 1 could not and would not have voted for the re-election of Gen. Jackson, in 183-2, if he had failed to place his veto on the Bank Bill of Iba previous session of Congress. And I consider the “Removul*of the Depasile.s,” which is now Iho vexed question of Iho day, as merely the carrying out. into lull and final execiiliun, of the priiiciidrs so clearly and emphaticnlly enforced iu the Veto M' ssagc. 5(h. That the present state of political parties in our country, iiuperilively demuiidsaconcentration of public seiitiiin tit upon the fitness and qualiCcations of the candidate, who IS to succeed the present incumbent in the PieDileritial Chair. Clh. That, for this purpose, a National Convention, such as that rrcoinmendcd by the Ohio State Convention of the 8th of Jaiiuary last, is of vital and indispensable importance, to unite and harmonize the great Democratic Party of Ihe Union, and ensure the com-ph le triumph of Rnpublican Principles in 1836. - • nr,. ...    „f    ,i,g    Pufty ghoiild be ft JUSTl*US5LI!^Hi:i), And for,'¡air at the Ohio Book »bVori’, 5J17 jMiim Sf. BARNUM’S Intellectual Arithmetic lor ynuiig Children, containing mental exercises, illuslratu by numerous enenuing*. Mrs. Lincoln’s familiar lectures on Botany; .Mrs. Phelps’ (formerly Mrs. Lincoln) Botany for be. ginners. The child’s Botany, illuslrulrd by numerous engravings. Sketches and anecdotes, illustrative of Female character. Bickneli’s counterfeit Delcctcr in numbers, 12^ cts. each.    II.    L.    ^    II.    S.    BARNUM. Sept. 19, 1833 fmporfnilt to AiititiiiariaiiM. 6ALK, the following valuable Italian Work, ptibllslied in 1760, iiytwo folio vols. with nurorrous lales; LE PITTURE ANTICHE ITEE.COLANO; b, The PaiiitiiigiiSif the Antiquities of (Irrculat/cuiu, ui Ort. 7. taken from the Wnlis. ALEX. FLASH, No .1 W. Third St.. near Ihe Post OíTire. ME.\ AIVD :>! WiVimS, OF Ihe Americans; by C«d Hamilton; iiiiihorof Cyr-,1 Thunitoii, &c. &o. this day f‘'cei»ed by HUBBARD k ED.MANDS. October 4, 1833.    _ tw Vfh T . u .    .Wuici    b,    . 1 „;,1 mm-nl I)-......-.» o< untramell Constituli lificalinn. FKAi\KLI\ EXT IIAi\GE . j Muln Street, in the cellar adjoining the Franklin ¡ Bade.    I ^ HARRISON wotibl respectfully inform hi.s friends, | and the lovers of good cheer, generally, in Cincin-1 nati, that he i* prepared to nccnm<v»late them to their heaits’ content. ‘His bar is filled with the most i-xquisite wines, prehap*. about town. Every evening, from 6 to 11, he will iurnish any quantity of rich smoking r MUSH AND MII.K, a rarity not to be fnundTvcry where; and, at »ll times of the day, he that is an hungered, can regale himself upon hot, luscious    * BUCKWHEAT CAKES. Oh! hot buckwheat Cakes,iu a cohl frosty morning, AVhen smoking and light, from Ihe griddle they come, With wJIice of rich butler (heir surfnce adorning, WonM strike all the praise of an epicure dumb. Oct. 22.    If FRE.«llf TE/I«. IMPERIAL, HYSON, YOUNK IlYSON, ¿¡OUeil-ONG TEAS,of this springs/mportation, and very fine flavored, designed to supply private Families at B«-Ifiil. ''Just received at the sign of the Golden Mortar, No 83 Main St.    R.    P.    HAYS. June 14.    _ known nrd eminent D.-inocrai oi me jeuc.u.. untramelled by bigoted or visionary constructions of the .i.-mi. unit iJiilainted with the mad heresy of Nul- whose CINCI,\>i.VTI AVD wmiSVILLEtS MAIL PACKET. J,    The new end fast running Steamer WARS AAV, KEATING Master, will r^^~^^yply regularly between Cincinnati and Louisville. For Freight or Puisage apply to .yy. D. JONES, Or J. STRADER. TO STOXE CUTT ERS, I^IIE undersigned, wishing to decline buiinesa__ IDs ST one CUT7ING eítalilisliment for sale. I is situated in the City of Maysville, the most flourishing place on the Weil» rii waters. I have on band about. 1000 feci of first rale rock, with Shop-tool*, Sawed Slone, unit other apfiurtenances. Terms will be maile liberal. Good security will be required from those who may wisli lo purchase. There is but one Stone Yard in Die place. JAMFS PHILIPS. M«y‘vi!lr,.Iiine 12, 1833. Tf. EARLE, STOCK AND 1:X(TIAN(;E BROKF.n, No. 5R, Main street, Cincinnati AS FOR SALE- 4 hds on Franklin street, by the Woodward High School;    \ 4 lots on Prospect Hill, near the Canal; I do. on Third street; I Farm, three miles from Cincinnatif-otrthe S¡ rinp Qclil Turnpike, containing TO acres; I Farm, fioir miles from Cincinnati, on the Maditoiv Rt>ftd, excellent iinproveini'iit», r.onlaiiving 40 acres; From four lo five mile* from Cincinnati, on the Mad: «on road—one Farm of 12 acics, one of !5, three of and two of 40 acres, suitulile fur geiitlemeu’s seats, for cask. One lot on Front street, to exi-hange for a tmall n Kentucky; A tract of land in Camnbell county, Ky. on the Lee ingluii road, six miles from Covington, at a low rate,25 acres; II shares in the Woostrr Turnpike; 20 do. Springfield ilo. ^Various article of FURNITURE, &c. ^-August 16. tf Mr. JAXUAUY    THE JUST received by Alcx’r. Flash, No. 5, Third itrect, near (he I’o.l O.Tice, the J luoaiy No. nf Die M«s»uui, c.itilaii.iiig, among olher arlicle*, a Review of I)r. U’halmer B'idgew.ili^r’s rrcnlisp; also Horace Wal-pole’s liCtlers to .Sir fb-ntee .M.inn; Siiiki’ig System at Sen; Rush’s rc'idencc at the Court of (jomion; Ainer-ca by Col. Huiuilion, kc. kc. Jan. 30. r VALU \iij] m?<)Ks RÍ:í T:3 V Ely Bp Alex. Flash, A'o. f), Wcst'Ad ,sf. iiKH'Pod OJficc. fWlHE London Kec| sake, s.iperldy hoiinJ in crimson ^ silk, with sf.h'i.did Eiigriiviiigs. The London Piciurtiqiie Ainoiul, with spleinlid Eii-graning*. The I.oinlon Literary Souvenir, with i¡ Undid Engraving*. The Ffieiiil’s Anniml, or Auron Borcali*. The C'hil'I'en’s Frieinl, iranslateil from the French of M.'iin, new ami reviled editiun. Pill .Money, a novel in 2 vols. —.VL.*0— Miiihcmatic* f.>r mci’, by Dr. Olintliuu Gregory, London E’.'ition, Jan, 28. History of Nubia and Abyssinia, by the Rev . Rus.fll; History of Ireland, by T.iiior; Sketcbvs of Veiiiti.iii Hi'lorj ; History of Florentine Republics,by M. La Porte; Memoirs of the Court of Charles L by.Lucy Aikin; History of Poland, byiaaies Fletcher, E8»|. History of the Jews, liy Rev. Mr. Miiimaii; Full Annals of the Revolulion in France, 1830; View of .-XnciPiit and Modern Egypt, hy t^usgeil; History of Palestine v/r Ihe Holy Laiiil,’by do. History of British lialia, iu 3 vols. compiled from eight author?, .(¿jih plat»‘S, &c. Ac. Lfttcraof r, eiHtrd hy Ur. Brewster; Brpw*tei’i Natural Magic; 1) iV)’i .VgrlcuUural Chemistry; Good’s Po ,k of Nainrr S(mrzhci(ii’s Phrenology *aml Phjsiognnray; Burrow’* Element* of Chniuh<dogy ; The riiilosophy of Meilicme. hy Dr. Wihb. Life of (Diver frouiwe.l, hy R.;v. Mr, Rus*etl; .M.ion’* l.ife/if Byron:    i Life nf Maiy (iueen of Scot», by IL G, Bell, E*q. Lile of Fre.leiii; the Gient, by Lonl Dover; Life of Sir Isaac .Vewtoii, by Sir Daviil Brewster; Ml moir ol llie Life of Wm. Liv ingston; Life of Mohanimtd, by jlev. T. Bush; Life of Ihe Rév. Robert Hall, and several other Bi-ogr iphies. ALSO, The token,'fi.r 18,34; TiiC G<;qgr ipliical Annual, for 1834, and numerous other .Miscellancoui Books. For sale hv    ALEX’R.    FLASH, No. 5, Wed Thifil 3t. near Die Post Office. D, c. 20. Constitution, arid untainted linn. üili. That the Hon.    Va.m Bvren, disiinguished claims; the Chief Magistracy were fo utly recognized by Ihel ate Ohio Con ention, is, in my estiinalion, one of Ihe most pntriulic nmLmentorious statesmen uf the Union, and fully entitled ro theesleein, confidence, and support of Ihe Democracy of Ibe Country. And should be, (or any wor'.ily ami t.lehted meiiiber of the ilepiiblican Parly,) become thg Nomineo of the Natiijiial Convención, 1 íIihH unquestionably .sup. ;'ort the nomination with all the 2cul and energy iu my power.    ^ 9lh. That the nomimilion of His Excellency Robert Luc.48, for re-election to the F.xcciitive Ch.Dr of Ibis Stale, has my corilial and uiiquulified appruhation. 1 have known him long and intimately. His republican principles aie ol on elevated and disinterested cliatacler; and his amiable and excellent moral qualities plucchim among the most edimable men in society. The slri impartiality, tiie stern integiiiy ami distingnished «hi ty,wi(h which he has heretolore di8tli»rxvd Ida utl'ieiit' duties, alVord thes trnngest «ad safest guarantee that he will oiiiitinte. lo deserve the entire confidence and support oft he Democratic Party. And lastly, that I will advócale and support the rirnds of Ihe Republican Cause, iipon all questions of a olitical i‘ ' -    *•*    thrir    own course nml duct may IVEW BOOKS. ^KETCHES of Turkey in 1831 and 163-2, by an American. I Vol. 3, Polynesian Researches, by Wra. Elli*. La»ly Morgan’s Dramatic Sketch*» from real life, Martin Faber, the story of,a criminal. Owen’s Voyages to ex¡)lorc the shores of Africa, Arabia and iVl»tdagn«CHr. Thu History of X.'tmrlcmagne, by G. P. R, James. Vol. 60, Harper’s Family Ld-rary.    , Published in New York, by (lie Harper’s, and for sale this city, by—— I    HUBBARD    &    EDMANDS, /    »    Corner of .Main and Columbia St Oct. 23. CINCINNATI ^jH.iclisnc Caril ITf.ñniifactory. OJice on Pearl Street, tiro doors from Alain, "l^/^HEUF. are kept constantly for sale an extensive ff supply of machine CARD3 of every description-warranted of the best quality, and offered at reduced prices. Also for Sale, WOOL CARDING. PICKING. SHEARING, ) AND SPINNING^ACHINERY". A. C. DROIVA', Agent. Cincinnati, April 22, 1833. oT Foreign I/itcraturej SCIEXCE AM> ART. JUST received, (he October number of the above work.    ALEX’R    FLASH, Oct. 23.    No.    5,    West    Third    street. NEW B(K>KS arrived. rUST RECEIVED—The invisible gentleman, a nove ^ in 2 vol*.—Service afloat, by an oftiner in ifie Navy -Great Britain in 1833, by Baron D’HuuasetW^'h' principles of Ihe art of modern horseinnnshp, loriadles and gentlemen, in whichall late imprnvements are ap plied to practice by M. Leabau»!—Tales of the Caravan seraif, by Fraser—The laughiiig philosopher-Brown’i technical Dictionary. c '    $ At«o—2»! edition of Rush's memoranda of a residence at the court of London. Oct. 16.    ALEX.    FLASH. No, 5. West ThinUifre^t, near the Post office. EIRIMRY OI^^5^»nAXUE. EW VOLUME—THE BONDMAN. A story of Xm the times of Wat T) ler. Aue.29.    "    HUBB.ARI) & EDMANDS. Sept TAXXERS’ OIL. BBLS. Tamiers’ Oil will be sold low to close a consignment, by J. »Sr, J. MAHARI), 6.    Corner    of VVijJnut and Water sts. ARRIVAI. OF IVEW BOOKS. SKETCHESofTiirkey in 1831 &’32,hy an America Lady Morgan’s Dramatic Scenes from Real Life; Owen’s Voyages to explore the Sliores of .Africa, Ara* bia, nnd Madagascar, in 2 vol*.; James’ History of Clmrlemagne, I vol. Third vol. Ellis’ Polynesian Uesraiches; Martin Faber, the story of a criminal; The September number of the Book of Nature. For sale by    ALEX’R    FLASH, Oct. 24.    \    No. 5, West Third ttreef. ROOK BIXDESiS’ BOARDS. AFEW tons a»>od HINDERS’ BO.ARUS,ea*lnrri man-iiracture,1«r sale by HUBBARD & EDMANDS, dent pres*, and no lunger. So much fur a hrmi uuDine, a mere skeleton sketch of the cour*e to he pursued in (he political department of the Coi.uMiius CofRiEB, hope it may be satislacto ry for Ibe pre.»eiit; nd »«* all (hat can now with con venienee he given I will embrace this occasion, however, in sincerity gnd candor, lo say to all honorable and correct men of the Opposition, (uo matter under what name they oppose lb t Adininistratiuii,) that I am resolved they shall have n ) just ground of complaint against the fair, the respectfi I nnd magnanimous course, which I desire and design 11 pursue towards them. I shall, at all times, be happy lo reciprocate Die courtesies due lo an honest difference of •'---1—U ll.o D reciprocate me courie»ico — —-  ----- ,    u. ouu ••. ^    ..j    ------- opinion; and while I may assail, as I frequently s a l, U.e 1 ^ connection with the press to perfoy allacy of their theories and the impolicy ot their    the    rullcr    hoy,    or allacy siitns; I tf GLOBES. LOfUNG’S new snd improved GI.OBFf^, ofs-iperior*;, fmm nrir dmwingt nnd evgraiingr. These Gh bi’s lue iiffi refl t'> lb»' pijb'i-;. ii* soperior in arcHrney. eleyanrt, strength ninl ctiinibitifif tu any Glohe* that have ever been iinporloil for «ule into II is country. IIUBII \UD k EDMANIH, IVDIA.TA ííAZETriIER, OR Topngropkicul Dirtionary, contnjng ii description III ttie ?ev« r-il cuintie*, town*, vilhige», .*clllcnii-nl, rond*, lake, r.ver*, creeks anil spring* in (he slate of In. iliana, uithu .Map. Fur *nh' by HUBBARD ¡Í EDAIANDS. Feb. 4. ^VRIGHT & ÍKÍTY AVE lilis day leceivuil |iiT steam buiil Sain*on — ^    C    lierm s Ric»', new crop;—80 kegs aounds and árrentsfor manufacturer^corner Main and Columbia sts '    ’’ Votemher 14 183.5    If    “"’J’    ' 1—    -    —      ■    fsGKinrv LIGÍITI L1GÍ5T.’!    ---------------- At a meetingof BlloTELTloN SOCIETY, No. I;    '    Ai’FRE.XTIi’ES    WANTED. on motion—/{fsoltfrd. Th it Diecitizonshe re*i>» tt fCTWO or three Apprcniict * lo the Triuting Bu*ine*s rC' rs to set lights in . ^ fully rrqucsltnl through il,i* pid-lic papers lo *ei ! (heir Windows, on ibc slarm of lire in (lie niudif, CEO. B.TORRENCE, I'rt-sidciil. J. L.Tai.bott, SiT.’iy. U’This arrangcment is the ninrr nvccisnry as oiir Bircel* lire not Dlnininalcd, and in »ome [dai-< s Diey are dug np, and in others filli-d with piles of hrirlc, stone,&e. which remlers the labors oi Firemen difficufUo bt performed in (lié uigtil. Jan. 16. XEWl\'0RKS BECEIVKI) by Ah X. H hull, No. 5, west 3d street, near the P»iit Office. Herschs'li’f Trealistioii Aslroimniy—with pUtcs. Second vol. of IVter Simple.    / Aurmi) zebr, »Y a tale nf Aliasthid, in 2 voti. -o'    -    Í    130— The Wextminiter Review, Or,iob*r No. Liw Library, January No. for 1831.    * Feb. 7.    _    ’V A I^^^\UT^^IJ|/ l»Ri;sEXT.~ (NOUR'T PL A191 Ell TABLEIS jn*! reoeived vi» J New York. They are ornamrntcd hy heniitibil water color diawings, of Landicnpi*. Flow er", fee. and ■10 Ih* molt delicate hiiiI tiiity article, for h pren nt will be taken at this Office, by makmg npplicatinn    ALLEN    &    DIoNLY. Jariimry 30, 183^. FOR THE Vt ABASH RIVER. The stciiiu tiunt SYLPH, iR. Tarli'li n, Mii*ter, w ill run n* a |rognl'ir Iriidef hrlween (.'incinmili •ind iheii|i| i r I'urts (iiDioWiibiish river. The Sylph has a small Ketd Biml, to niiahl-her to proceed in the (low liiHges of water She has very gooil «ccommotla Dens lor (‘tiliio and DrtU rasseiigiis. For lieight or puii.ige npp'v lo W. I). J0NE9, Cixi imsati; J.C.BUt KI.E9, Louisvii.i-e; Robert v\ allace k co. Tkrrehaute Jan. 18, Ji iiJVlt XSIV-w...*-    --- - _ . shall not descend to ij^roper imputations, nor personal reproach. An EditoPu.not an irresponsible character. He is and ought to bC amenable lo Society for Dio improprieties of his pen. AlDioiigh ho may a-droitly avoid a liaiiility lo legal penalties, he must and will stand before the bar ot Public Opinion, acquitted or condemned, according lo Die rectitude or obliquity of his course. The current nows of the limes—the interests of Literature, Agriculture, 'I'rado, Dio Meclianic Arts, &c. &c. will a'l receive proper attention—as will every other mater proper for a public journal. It is designed to render Triv. Colrieu inferior to no paper wo»t of the mountains, in size, elegance, nnd typo-iliical corcctncss. The whol* opparatus will bo entirely now, and the paper of the best quality. The first number will be issued early in next June, and as much sooner as practiealdo. An eren exchange will bo made with all newspapers in tlio State, a* long as they shall pursue as liberal, decorous and respectful a course toward* 'I'lir. Cot.-RiKU, as it wdll manifest towards them. The Terms will be two dollars in advance, in advance, or n note for three d lilars, payable at the end of the year. No paper will bo sent by ninil out of the county of Franklin, without payment in advance, ot a note previously given. .Stationary Agontsircgularly atilhorized lo act fur mo in all matters relating to subsetiptions, will bo appointed in every county and large town in the slate. ' '''-----"■■"7    Agents,    above    mentioned,    will convey ...V   ..limber into all tlio villagcsaml aelllomenta of the several counties, and solicit lubscriptions. JAMES B. GVRDINNR. Columbus, Ohio, February 26,1834. THE >IAi\-{>F-WAR’S BAX. JU5T received ‘ THE M.\N-UF WAR’S MAN,” in 2 vols , t)y (lie uutliur of rout Criugtc’" Lo--. For sale by    AI.E.X’R.    FLASH, No.-5, West Third Street, near the Post Office. Oct. 22.    tf PitixTl^ AM# Printers’ lY.irclaouse. ICKIiNcON & WILI.IAMSON, Ftfih St., (between Elm nnil Plumb Street*,) Cincinnati, have commenced an rstahllsbmeni for the aianiDar.tiiri' of PRINTING PRESSES, of MeUiiiin Royal, Sufier Royal, Imperial iinrl Mammntb sizes, of CH»t iron. The FRANKLIN P^,^S, an improved Prrs* by Mr. Dickiii*nn, (who has nVcn engaged for reveral years past, in manaracturincr Printing Rn-sjp*,) combines grfeat casein working nnd rbirability in tbo.*e parts where the fricti(»n is greatest. 1'be pull is probably Ibe most easy that can be obtained, giving an iiiuneiife pressure. They also make the common Z^/CU now so generally used in the VVesf, Ü. anil W. will shorlly produce a macliinelo be workman the duties Hie presspian with bull*. Machiiii’S rif this description have been in mcceisfiil op» ration in tin; Uniieil States for *cv» ral years and in thiscity for Mivernl rnontlis; ¡iroduring bet ter work than is niimlly done »vitb toll»;rs nr balls.— Messrs. Harpebs, of New York, »vork all (lieir presses in connection with lh»>se maclpnr*, one pressman tliere by performing the work of two, with not more than .ten p»r cent, additional bibrnir, allnwine him to work off twelve lo fifteen toki iis per ilay, if desirable, and keeping one uniform color throngb out. They also iiianiifncturK an improved apparatus for inking types with roller.*, by a boy, with tr»versing r»d-ler; hy which tncnni the ink i« eqimlly distributed over nil purls of (he roller wliicli inks the (orin. The Proprietors inl»anl kei ping Die following articles cnnst.mtly on hand : viz, Almdds for casiing rollers; Hot /cr Fiomrs, diuible and single;    of    wrought    and cast irnn, nil >izes: Composing Bticks. Paints, CnS's, ere. 0:^A11 work done at this e*tiihliviwnt;nt will be war-raiiti'd. Ti*rms rire liberal, ami/*/»>« *„• Several *; Coii(l h 'inl Prcfics for sale. (bneinnati, Feb. 1,1833    ______ Sejit. 6. Corner Main and Columbia si*. XEW XOVEL. I^ELORAINE; by Wm. Gootlwin, nntlior of Caleb U*-WiHiaius; in two vols. This ilay rem-ivcd Ky Aug. 29:    HUI5BAHD    ..V,    1WMAND3, ^XFA^CIIILDREX’ÍÍ? FRIEXD. ri^LES and Conversatioru; ch. the New Children’s I Friend. By Mrs. Markinan, in 2 vols. 7    HUBBARD & EDMANDS, 29.    Vorner of Main nnd Columia sts. AIOTIOY AXD COilI3II!!>SIO?i HOUSE. TIIOS. B. ANDERSON RESPECTFUI.LY informs his friends nntí (he pub^ lle,"that the commission he ha* obtained as Auo-tioiier, is of the highest grade, and anlhorize* him tc sell Merchandize nf every descripli/m. His location is ftt Iheolil establi.hetl slanil, corner of Sixth and MainSt*., formerly occupi-ed by W. Wood & Co., and well known as Die OHIO AUCTION ROOMS. He will attend to sales of real estate, hotifohold fur nilure, selling of stock in trade, &o. in any part of the city. Consignments of dry good*, hardware, cutlery, glass ware, books, gmceri» *, dtc.» re*pectfully solicited. Reference lo Joiiah Lr/wrence, Esq., and Wright Smith & Co.    / N 0^.27.    /    tf (HliD FRAITICJE. ■'PRACTICAL form? in actions P'f';;"",', Jan. I, 18.54 HISTORICA Ii lilXrrURES. FB^IIE *ub*ciit)» r »«ill itelivi r, in Li-tton’s Museum, n JH. cnur'W'ot l.eehtm, on Modern I/istory:—to cum-III) nee on W»:dneiday evening the 6ih insl. F. b.3.    S.    ROBINSON. Also, received a few nrna-Rii*kel*,    ■“ II ivorDiy the immeilinte 'Tgetitleiuen who may wi»h icmetliiiig r» an annual remembrancer tn a iHir fiicii'l. «jrival. Dial ijilendnl work rhe “Drawing llmim Hr» k,” cillteil by Mi*» I.. E l.sri'lnli, embr lli-hed by An^riitrinc* and 11 gantly bound ; all wbi «fV    --- - «ver oíTered for »«le here.  .....,_____ Sienfed Perforatnrl Car»l Biiskel*, which, »»-ilh the ^jpbofe, are well «rcrtliy (be immedinte leiientinn id'Din.i' Tfeiitlemen who may wl*h tcmetbing r'cb» r» be Mini rare I ,    „    luir    fiifiiil.    Per    Slim»' 36 i which <o.    ••    'S/.    Fi,»?n, No. 6. ^    *’*“    OHiop. Dor. *7. IIOItSEBAXSIill*. The Principle* of Die Art of Modern Hor«em»n»hip, for Ladiee and Gentlemen; in which all Uto iin-provemenU are applied to practice. Fnraale by Get aa    HUBBARD    &    EDMANDS. TO THE LA 1)1 IX rU8T reoplve»!, at POWARS’ H»t and Can Store, oppoeitt (he FRANKLIN HANK, a smiDi invoice i’ Far Nufl's, Tippets, Pelerines, Boas, |;o. LOXTHLX FEXXV ^lAGA/IXE. r|'*HE *iil)»i-nber* nml purchaiert of Ihe “PENNY 1 MAO tZI.NE,” nre reip ctfnlly infurnied, that in eon*» qnciiro of an nc» i lent ba; p-iiing to the box con-Kiiiiin* Part» 5, 6,7 and 8, the Pnhlidier i» compelled In pioc.tetl to Part 9, until the airival nf d iplicnte pint»;*, which ar.* daily rxi>»'C'»-d finm Kiiglaiul. I’a'li 9, lOaiiil II, ar»' 'hi* iliiy ri'ceivi»( hy HUHBARD St ED.MANDS. Siib"C»ip(iofi ^1 £0 per year. Pel. 1.1__ FOR SAIiE. A FARM, lituaterl mi Die Madison Roail, four miles from Cine.iniiaii. On Dm ptemiiei are u large Brick Ilunse, anil the largest Riirn and Stahio in llm cminty ; ii good Orchard, Gur.Jcn, Sir. For fnither par-*•' ' S, F. EARLE, FI/IYT €ÍLAS§ WARE. F|tHE mhscriber*, in order Dm( they may be better 1 enabled tn ki-ep on hand » large stock of GLASS. WARE, of every I'escriptinii, of tlieir own manufacture, Imte ilelermiricd to iliscontimie their personal attendance on the business in this city, and appoint, as Agents for tlinl purpose,    *- 3IESSRS. 1ÍASTIXGS A KXIGIIT, Alam .street, between Third and Pearl, Whilst they devote their whole utlentioii to their manu factory in Pilt.biirg. Ilnpini; this Hrrnngeineiit may uicct the views of their friends nml customer*, they take the liberty of apprising them of it, and at the same liuie of requesting a portion uf Dieir bnsint;»*. J. ROBINSON k SON. R0B1N.S0N k SON nre (be Inventors, nml not ilif buyers of “ Patent Rights” for maktng GLASS KNOBS, which nre (irotiounced hy the l»ri:e»t portion ot cabinet makers in Piltsburgli, to he (be best in market. April I, 1833. BOVS’ AXf) GIRLS’ LIBRARY. JUST received. No*. 13 anil 14 of the above named work, containing    . “ ArtVi of tke Sea,” and Sunday hvemngs. ''    ALEX. FLASH. No. 5 West Third St. near the Post Office Sept 11.        *L Sl’CTilZIIEHI OY IXSAXTTY. r US r received, a few copies of Die above work; foi I sale by    Al.EXANDER FLASH, JYo. 5, West Third st. near the Post Office September 12, 1833.    tf Geoj^raphicnl Annual. nceive-l the GEOGRAPHICAL ANNUAL for 1834, with numerous cidored Maps iind Tables. For sale hy    ALEX’lt.    FLASH, No. 5, West Tliird street, near the Post Office Dicember 2,1833. JUST London IVi$;hts Entertainments» IUST receiveil “London Nights Entettninraents,” in 2 vols, by Litch Ritchie, aiuhor nf Schirderhiiser,&C. For sale by    ALEX’R    FLASH, No. 5, West Third sllfct, near the Post Office December 2, 1833. BLAXKETS! BLANKETS of different sizes made expressly for steam boats, for sale by J. I). &, C. JONES, Oct. 8.—If No. 19, Pearl Street. COFFICE AX!> SUGAB. JUST RECEIVED, bi.^r.1 V E.U,    p., 20Ü bags best Coiruo,\ 20 lihds. 50 bbl. prime Now Orleans Sugar. McCLELLAN & YORK. October 14. iSKICTUHES GF TIIE Iiive9 oi* Histin^iiisiied Females, WRITTEN giils, witli a view to their'mental and moral iinproveaieiit, iiy an Ami'rican Lady; just cceiveif. Forsaleby    ALEX’R FL4SH, Si'pt I2.-[tf ]    A'o. 5, We*l Third itrert. II. ^(orer and O. ]?l. .Spencer H .WE H*»ocialcil rhcrn»» Iv * IIS partin r* 111 Ihe practice of th*. Law, Their office i* at the North West rner of Front and iMain streets. October 25. (f LOST OR ilIISLAlH, A FUR CAP, nearly new, lineil with dark brown silk, and quilted—Sought of Geo. A. Colton.— Any peiwjii returning the Cup to this office, will be liberally rewartli’il. Novpiiiber 30lb, 103.1. FOR SALE. ONE of the most (lelisblful s (uation* on (he Ohio River. It is well calcnlateil for a place of piiblio biisines», such as the Vauxliall Garden New York; or for a Seminary, or (or ( sivtite ro*i»lencei—it being within li.alf Hii hour’.s lide fmiu Main street. For further in form:ition, enquire of the subtcribcr, at hi* l^^e. Cin. May 27lh, 1033.    E. HHLSE. ticidar* apply to July 18, 53 Main itreet. HA'r idlCAL, if'ROM I' e Delaware Polatae Oats, jnat received.— r Also, Tread wells rrlebrateJ Soda lUsruU, for Znr«- .on at the Drug Store, aignod of the Golden Mnitar,-No.81, M«'« "Deet Feb. «4. FRIXTIXG IXK. V . AFRE-^H *npply of Winter nnd iM.;dium Prinlm? INK. [Nei * ami Book Ink) the superior manufacture of M. P. Proul, New Yuf*' Just Reeerved hy . HUBBARD k EDMANUa, Corner of Main niid Columbia it* Janimry 28. If «fI..ailiM‘ Got 30 vnilVO mother^on the Phyiieal EilrioatioD f M^G TOUNG    OraniliBother.    Thii ilay re- JL ol Children. By t    ^    edMANDS. by AI.0X/0 \V.    . at IaAAI t Sl’UINGJ ILLD, ILLINGIK. REKKUKNCKS. Jnhn 8. Lytle,    "I M, P.C«»iilly,    I 1'al(>Kt Jone», )'Ciuclnnali. Sturrr k Spencer, | I)r.V.C.Metihell,J reb.k Cincinnati. I.AW XOTK E. (^ALEll B. SMITH, A'lonii'y at Law, rciding lit yt'nnrii'rivill»', Fayi'iic cniinly, liiiliana; will promptly attend tii ttio cotlrrlimi of elniiui, or any other pru-lci»ioit'»l bipincii which may be enlruiteil to bis oar»*, in any of Dir railrni, middle or nurlherii .counties, of Ihe •tttte of Indiana. Refer to John Smith,    "I Iltibhard & Edniand, Morris k Dmkr, Esijri, D. Van Mtiire, Esq. D. J Caswell, E»q. E, WoudrulT, Ei<i. Aug. 2ff__ WAXTE», A CHANDLER and .SOAP BOILER. None need apply who onnnnt proiluou the best rrcommendation resfiectfrig Ibeir tempéralo hahili, wurkmaiuhip and honesty. WM. BAIRD k CO. Sept. IX1833.    ^ GLASS AXD HIDESV JIOXES Window Glnsa, assorted eizcs; 5.30 Fupcr heavy flint Hides; 31)0 Pigs of Lend; 50 Casks (if Honey; Also, a lot of Bo vcr, Otter and Bear Skins. Just received, and fur sale by JAMES JOHNSTON, Dec. 12.    49,    Main el, DR. DIIAÍÍJÍ’S ADDRESS. Remarks on the importance of pfnmoting literafy nnd loci'll Conccrf, in the Valley of Die Mi**i*sip-pi, n* H inruns of elevating it*chnrHc(er ami perpelualitig fb Unin»’. Dflivi'red in the Ch.ipel of Transylvnnia Univewity, to the Literary (.'onvenlinn of Krntiirky, or. 8, 1833. Pnhliihed hy rrqneil of the Coiivcntiuii. Ju»t rcri'ivi'd bj HUBBARD k EDMANDS, Feh 7.    ('orrier    .\l’>in    nml Cidiimbia streets. I.OXIM>i\ FEXXY illAGAZIXE. UBBABD k EDMANDS hnve ju«t received the   first 20 ntiuibers qf the above pupniar miigazine. They will continue to reci Ive it regularly as the numbers issue from the prea*. From its great chenpncss, and the immense nmminlof information cnntained in its pages, nml (he excellent engraved illii'tralinns, the ngenii are confiilenl of an ex. tensive circulntinii of it among ull clanes of the com niuiiity—they Jtie sure, at least, that it should be foupil in every family, especially where there are children-^ being, in its si} le and subjects, quite within the reach of their comprehension. Eaoh monthly No. contain» 40 Royal 8vo. double column pages, and Iti^ 15 to 60engravings. Price 12) cciili per No. Jannnry 3.    _ FOR SALE. ACRES of LAND, 4 mileiTrinn CincinnaB, on the M''Ailamiied road leading to Sharon: in Lots, to suit purchasers. ALSO, from 3 to 400 cords of Wooil, one Wagnn, and four Horses, with harne*», iro in good order. For the Wagon and Horses, the «iibicri-ber will take hauling in payment for the »nme. Eiiquire of    JOHN    8.    LONG, Aug 19, 1033.—tf    Living    on    the    I’remiie*. N. B. The subscriber wishes to employ FIVE or SIX hands to chop coril wood.    J.    S. LONG. 1‘lCWIlKSIirF, ALIIUJI. The Picltireiqtie Album, or Europe illustrated; being ttic’Wei of views from niigiiiiil drawings. Just received by IIUBBXRI) k EDMANDS, Feb. T.    Corner    Main    and Columbia streets. SFAXISII HEALTH ( IKKJOLATE. DELMANICO’S Spanibli Health Chocolate, h *upe rior article f r invalids; on hand iiiiil for *ale hy RAMSAY & VATTIER. January 3.    _ _ X3;W GAZETTEER. JUáT received the.Okie Ortíííiser, or l’o( Diclinnnrv of the Stale ol Ohio, efoveiith edition, «d«d.    i ED.'UANIie. Feb. 4,    __________ nilE Five snd Ten Dollar notea of the VMIOM H.1AK OF LOUISIA.VA. are received nt par by the Loin pographical |    Bank    of    Cincinnati. Doc 23,1833. FRESH OVSTEH.S. 2,5 CFJ^TS PER DOZEM'l A QUANTITY ofFrosh Oystors thia day received at the Tontino Cofico House, corner 3rd and Main, at 35 ots. per dozen. OATES & WHITMORE. Jan. 28. LIBllAllY DF RDAIAXCE. The bondman,by Leitch Ritoliie,Ju»l received k for sale by    ALEX.    FLASH, Aug. 30    West    Third    itreet. W. S. HATCH, Cashier. If 01ÍSTEUS, •    8T(o' '•'iiE nio:i.i.,)J3) At Itiiiifffold’N Cofll’e-lloiiftie. rVlHE subscriber has just received, and now nflers for JL enle, a snperlor lot of BALTIMORE OYSTERS, tn the Shell. He begs leave to inform his friends and the public generally, that he will bo regularly supplied with the best quality Baltimore Oystore, which he will sell at 50 cent! per dozen. He has also received a few dozen Terripins and a superior lot of Spiced Oysleri, which will bo sold on reasonabi* terms. r. O. RINGGOLD. Jaauary 5Í3.    tf PRICES OF ADVERTISING, As agreed upon by the Proprietors of the several Daily Papers of Cincinnati. Sixteen lines, or less, for one insertion, .    50c Do do r do 3 do -    00 Do do do each additional insertion, 124 Longer ndverliscmcnts in the same proportion. Adverliscmcnts publishcd twice or liirico a week, lo ba charged 25 cents an insertion. Rixlocn linns, or    less, for 3 months,    •    |7    00 Do do    do 6 do •    -    10    00 Do do    do 12 do -    -    16    00 YKAHI.Y AVVKKrmfiO. For on* square with privilege of changing,    $20 00 For 2    do    do    do    do    •    35    00 For 3    do    do    do    do    -    30    OO Subscription to th* paper tobe paid for separately. When a yearly tidvortiser occupies more space than agreed upon, he shall bo charged, for the surplus, at th» rates first above mentioned, by the weak, with a discount of 20 per oent. upon his surplus bill. ^ Steam boat adverlisenionls not to be published by the yea/. When • Steam Boat Agent'a advsrtisomenU ahal am^nt, in fix nionthi, to flRean dollars,* discount of 3(> per oent. will be made. Candidates for office tn be charged the regular prio* o advertieing—and to pay in advance. Auotioneera who adrertiso by the year, to be ohargeél sx(r« for all advertisements for the eale of Real KsUU. A diseount of 20 per cent, to be made on tdveiUMIj menu of Patent Modieinee.

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