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The Daily Cincinnati Republican And Commercial Regeister (Newspaper) - May 3, 1834, Cincinnati, OhioAJ5ÍD COmiERCIAX., REGISTER. PRIHTER A^iR PTBlilSRER R^ JAllES AEEEIK éL RICHARR RlS^iElT——Cl?ICl?íííATl, OHIO, V ^ IV.SATURDAY MORNING MAY 3, 1834.   _ W 1035. OKItlS TOOTH WASH For clenniiiig ami preteving the Teeth and Gumi, und ptiriíjiiig the Breath;—prepared eutirely rrom vegetable] auhrtancrs, and ia highly approved, and re-Commended by Phyaician» and Uenliata of the firat re-apectability. Juil received and for lale by R.AMSAT & VATTIER. January 25. PIAl>IO-FORTK FOR SALE. At the Ohio Auction Ruooii, corner of Main and Siaih Street, an escamiit toner! Piano-Forte can be obtained at a very low price. T. U. ANDERSON, October l9.    Auctioneer. COOPER’S IVEWIVOVEL. JUST received, “THE HEADSM.AN," a new novel in two vole, by Cooper. For aale ^ AEEX'R FLASH, No. 5, West Third street, near the Post office. Nov. lst,13J. LAW LIBRARY. JUST received, “A Practical Trcative on the Law eon-earning Lunatics, Idiots, and persons of iinsoiiiut mind, with an Appendix of (he Statutes of England, Ire-and, and Scotlaprf”, relating to such persons, and prece dents and bills M coila. By l.«niiard Shi lford, E«q. of 'the Middle Temple, Barrister at Law ’* For sale by ALEX. FLASH, No. 5 West Third street, near the Post Office. No 2. STRICTURES ON THE CASE OF EPHRAIM K. AVERY —Just received from Rhode Island, “Stric-tures on the ease of Ej*K. Avery, by Aristides.” For -sale by    \ ALEX. FLASH, No. 5 WeiPThird-st. near the Post Office. Nov. 2. DiSHOLUTIOY. J^HE Partnprshii) heretofore existing between Dick-JL inson k Williamson, was dissolved on the 5lh of ctober, by mntual consent. Mr. Dickinson will con- . nne the business. October 29, 1833. S. S. DICKINSON, G. T. WILLIA.MSON. ivi:w AOVEL. ELORAINE, in2 vols by William Goodwin,author uf Caleb Williums; fur sala b; •    ALEX. FLASH, Aug. 30.    No.    5,    West    Third    it. D ACTIiMi PLAYS, 1N0R sale by ALEX'R. FLASH, No 5, West Third street, near the Post Office— The Hunchback, The Wife, Charles theüL The Gamester, Muzeppa, Innkeoper of Abbeville, Amateurs wnd Actors, The Review, or Wag of Windsor, Cherry and Fair Star, Forest of Boudy, Flying Dutchman, blue Devils, Evndne, Sleep Walker, Bitiliis, Damon and Pythias, Fortune’s Frolic, The Invincibles, Aladdin, Honest 'i hives, Fish cut ul W.Tter, Virginios, Speed the Plough, School for Scamlal, Mountaineers, 8wj.eetheats and .Wives, Maiuhiello, Don Giovaiii, Francis the 6rst, Fazio, • Spoil’d Child, Padloc k, Ac. S¿C. &e. uy 31,1834. CARPEATER’S CHEMICALS, &c. COMPOUND Extract Sarsapanila “    “    Buchu “    “    of Sarsaparilla, Cubebi and Co- paivB Precipitated Extract of Bark ’ Extract of Quinine “ Nux Vomica Oil of Cantharidin “ Senapine “ Black Pepper “ Copaiva “ Cabebe Saratoga Powders Citrated Kali SolidiRed Copaiva Red Bark Calysaya Bark Chloride of Soda, Sept. 30 On band,and for sale by ^ RAMSAY A. VATTIER. €h.*ilniers’ Political Economy. A'I’REaTISE on Puhticiil Economy, in connexion with the Morel Slate and Morel Pro*pecli of Society; by Thos. Chalmers, D. D.; this day received by Nov. 8.    HUBBARD    A    EDMANDS. LAWBOOKS. JUST Received by HUBBARD & EDMANDS. Corner of Main and Columbia streets. Kent’s Commentaries, 4 vols. Russell on Crime, 2 vols. Meddork’s ChancerysZ vols. Story’s Com. on the Constitution, 3 vols. Vesey’s Reports, 22 vols. Chilly’s Blaiikstone, 2 vols. Starkie on Eviilence, 3 vols. Chilty nn Coritrarts, (,'oiikliii’i Treaiise, Ohio Condensed Reports, Indiana Reports, Illinois Report., Chitiy on Bills, Norris’ Peak|c, Setimlc rsonTleading and Evidence, 2 vols. Tidd’s Practice, 2 vols. Condcn«ed Chancery Reports, 3 vols. History of Ohio Canals, Wjlliauis on Executors, Wentworth on do. Bridgman’s Digest, 3 vols. Laws on Pleadiug, Toller on Ex^cutors, Forblnrque’i Equity, Arreticnn Digest, 2 vols. Story’s Pleading, &c. &c. &c. Aug. 28.    tf VALUABLE FREACII WORKS. VOYAGE du Professeuf Pallas dans plusieurs provinces de L’Empire de Russie, el dans L’Asie Seplen-tuinale, in 9 vols., with atlas and plates; Voyage dans l.’Hemisp.here austral, etautourdu monde, in 111 vols., with plater, Voyage de La Perouse, autour du Monde, in 2 vols.; Voyage dans La Haute Pensylvanie, et dans L'Etat de New York, par un membre adbptif de la nation Oneida. Traduit et public par I’auteur des Lottres D’un Culliva-teur Americain, in 2 vols.;    . Mes Reverier, a bound manuscrmt. For sale by ’ ALEX’R FLAáH, Ab. 5, IVett Third itriet, near the Post Ofict. Oct. 12.    '    tf WANTED I WE wish to employ a young man, well qualified to take 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 ono possessing these qualifications and can come well recommended, a liberal salary will be given by RAM^SAY & VATTIER. Oct. 7,    tf NEW BOOKS. JUST 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. Jamea Dick on the improvement of society by the diffusion of Knowledge For sale hy ALEXANDER FLASH, Oct. 1.    Nn.    5,    West    Third    St. TO LET. A CONVENIENT FRAME DWELLlN-G HOUSE, with fix room., and a ples.nnt ysrd,.iluate on the .oiiih fide of Sevcrtlh street, simI Eait of Brosdway.— Rent $120. Apply to the subscriber on Broadway, org door I lulh of Seventh ilreit. EBEN B. REEDER, Sept. 26, 1833.    «f FURNITUHE car. The subscriber takes this method to inffirm his friends and the citizeas «nerally, that he has procured a Car for the purpose of moving Furniture of every description, he also has a man employed to attend to the same, who will take down and put up Furniture, If requested. All orders left at his Furniture Ware Room, East Fourth Street, will bo promptly attended to. W. HAWKINS. October 8.    If- NEW PUBLICATIONS. The Modern Ctmon, * vnls. The Lust Man; by Mary W. Shelcy,anthoro kenitein; A new tram-I ilioo of Iho Hebrew Prophets; by George R. Noyes; 2 vols; The Contrast, a novel; by the author of .Matilda; 2 vols;    for    sale    hy HUBBARD Si EDMANDS. October 4. 1833. GARDEN SEEDS. ) Merchants ¡n the country, and oth^, who mny wish to keep an uisorlment of ffísA and genuine GARDEN SEEDS for sale, can be furnished at the Agricultural Warehouse nnd Se. d Store, No- 23, Lower Market Street, Ciiicinnj^i, with boxes of various sizM, cniituining a complete assorlment of SEEDS mostly used in a Kitchen Gaiden, at as liberal a discount as cun he procured in the Western Country. They are neatly put up, on a new plan, in papers, sealed, ready for retuiliog, with printed directions on each package, for its mnnagemeut,and every sort warranted to be of the first quality. Also, Farmers, Gardners, and other», supplied at whnlraalc nn.I retail, by    S.    C    PA    iKHURST. Feb. 1. 1833. THE INVISIBLE CSENTLE.^IAN. Anew work in two volumes, for sale by ^    HUBBARD    &    EDMANDS. October 17.    _ NEW BOOKS. JUST received, “A Subaltern’s Furlongh,” descriptive of scenes in vatioiis parts of the United States, Epi»erand Lower Canada,New Brunswick and Nova 8 otia, during the summer and'autumn of 1832; by E. T. Coke, Lieut, of the 45th regiment; Memoir of the Life ar.Ll mpriaonmenl of Silvio Pellico; Translated by Thos. Roscoe; Seventh V’ul. of Miss Edgeworte’s Novels and Tales; Bcoond Vol.of Ellis’ Polynesian Reffiwrchei; For sale by    ALEX’R    FLASH, Oot,29.    No.    5,    West    Third    street. TO LET. Pjp wo very_convenient Brick Dwelling Houses on 5lh ■triet. For terms apply to W. DISNEY. Not. 30. tf PERIODICAL LIBRARY, VOL. III. • d'tHK 1st, 2d sod 3J Nos. of the above work are now I ready for delivery'. It contains the Life of Sir Walter Raleigh; faintings and Painters of Italy; and Au'.oo graphy of Jonu Galt. ALEX’R FLASH, No. 6, West Third street, near (he Post Offioe. boo. 31. 1IYGE1ANÍ mCDlClIVESI. The siihicriber iirforms the public, that he has been appointed SOLE AGI^T for the disposal of the above celebrated Medicines throughout (ho States of Ohio and Iniliana. He is also invested with full power to take possession of all goodiand medicines, mid to collect all debts, whether by bill, bond, book account, cash or otherwise, belonging to Horatio Shepherd Moat, which were lately in the possession of, and cnntracled with Avoustus Jockltn, deceased, late of Cincinnati, Ohio. The subscriber, therefore, cautions nil persons from selling nnj of the above mentioned goods or medicines, within the States aforesaid, unless legally authorized as his sub-agent; and fioir. purchariug the same Irom, or paying any monies' any persons whomsoever, except the siihscriltef t»r suh-agenri, ns he will hold all others personnlly responsible. He hereby requests all persons who have coiilracted with said Jocelyn, assiih-ngcn’s for (he sale of the abitve medicines, or who are individually indebted for (he same, hy note, hook account, or otherwise, to Settle with the subscriber, ns Agent for H. S. Moat, and as he shall still employ siih-agents for the sale of said medicines, he will he dis|K)Sed to continue such as have heeo engaged in the business, provided (hey render a prompt and correct account of their agencies, so far as they have already acted. The above Medicines may be had, wholesale or retail, at (he Store of WíIIíhiu Disney & Son, Main Street, between Fourth and Fifth Streets .Cincinnati, Ohio. WILLIAM DISNEY. Cin.July 17, 1833. MORE NEW BOOKS, I|1R0M the press of J. St J. Harpers, New York. The Abbess, a romance, hy Mrs. Trollope. Willi 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. P. James. Dick, on the Improvement of Society, vol. 59, Family Library. This day received by HUBBARD & EDMANDS, Sept. 30.    Corner    of    Main k Columbia stfcet B HUBBARD Sc EDMANDS HVE rooeived the foliowiug new BOOKS;— Bell on the Hand; The Duchess of Berri in La Vemloe; Waldemar, by W. H. Harrisop, Eiq. Landscape Annual,for 1834; Forget Me Not, for 1834; Token and Ailautio Souvenir. December 27. NEW BOOKS. JUST received Madden on the Infiimii in 2 vols. Lights and Shadows of German Life. t;;nn(erbury Toles, iu 2 volumes. By Sophia and Har-et Lee. For sale hy    ALEX.    FLASH, Dec. 4.    No.    5    West    Third    street. NEW BOOKS. JUST RECEIVED-Eleroents of Plane nnd Spherioa1^>Trigenoroe(ry, with Mkthemeticnl Tables, hy J. K. Young, author of Analytical Geometry. Newton Foiter, or the Merchant’s Service, by the nu-tbi r of (he King’s own, Peter Simpla, tc. tThe Dominie’s Legaey, consisting of a series o Tales, Illustrative of the scenery and manners of Scot and, 2 vols. Itmn. Also—Hibliotbrque Franonis. For sale by.    HUUBARD    &    EDMANDS, Corner of Main and Columbia streets. an> 18. TO PRINTERS. ONE half of an extensive and valuahle PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, (in Ohio, but not in Cincin-oad,) U óíTereil for tale. The inued from the of-nas an excellent and extensive subKriplion. The (• ' itising, book and job work are also extensive and eaIiiAl>lc« (he receipts of the past year amounting to ri siil| ffidOO. The editor will retain his interest end eta-(io'i. To a practionl printer or a complete busineu ao oiqnlaoL the above offers inducement rarely to be met w)<li in the Western oonnlry. Application may be made pffMnnlly or by latter (post pnidj to the lL4Uttf of the CJlicinnati Repablican. ^JarobU. HIDES. mt    SUPERIOR Heavy Flint Hide». #    225 do Light do do. SU doMn Wool Hati. Just received and for sale by JAMES JOHNSON, Mnicb 14.    4«    Main    street. BOOKS FOR SALE. ISHOP FIBBER’S TraveL in India; Sketches ofa Tonr to the Lakes by Dugnid Stewart; Darwin’s Zonnornta, and Botanic Garden; Price’s Diiieriationg; Essay on the Mechanism of the Microcosm, or the de-pendance of Effects upon their causes; The wonders of the Human body, with plates; Literary, moral, and Phi-loeophicnl Essavs, by Dr. Rnah; Volney’s view of the U-nited States of Amerirn: Dr.Godman'sndi'resses on various Public occasions; The Philosophy of Human Nature, by J. Buchanan; Paley’s Theology, illustrated with plate* ¡Brown’s Physiology of the lliiman mind; Priestly’s Evilenccs,! voU; Elements of Conchology, by Burrows; The Dialogues of Devils, by Rev. John M’Tow Iins; Mo lern Chivalry, containing the adventures of a Captain and Teague O’Ruxnn, his servant; Smollell’a Works, new Edition, complete in two vols. Atso—Young’s Elements of Analytical Geometry, re vised and corrected by John D. Williams. ALEX. FLASH, No 6, West Third St. Nov. 29,1833. JViiliam Or. Berry, BELL AND BRASS FOUNDER, FaisI Front St. between Pike and Butler, RESPECTFULLY thanks his friends and the public for the patronage they have bestowed, and hopes for a continuance of favors. The business will hereaf' ter bo conducted under the firm of B FAHKSR 8i BSfi&T. ‘ They have put the establishment in complete order for doing the following work: BELLS,ofany size not exceeding thirty hundred; Soda Pump, nnd Salt-well Joints; Brass nnd Composition Boxes for machinery; Globes, Cylinder & Guage Cocks: Still Cocks, Rivets, and Speller Solder; Stop Cocks, Soda and Small Cocks: Gun and Stove Mountings. All kinds of fashionable TUR.MNG in'Brass or Iron. AH orders committed to their charge will receive punctual attention, nnd be done in the neatest manner. (t^The highest price given for old Brass nnd Copper, ^ B. They build small Steam Engines, on an improved plan. LF.Vl PARKER, ,    WM. G. BERRY. Cincinnati, July 22,1833,    ,v549tf THE PREMIUM. JUST received a new book entitled the PREMIUM; consisting of elegant selections from Amerienn and British writers.    HUBBARD & EDMANDS. Aug. 29. NEW BOOKS JUST leceived, Men and Manners in America, by (he authnrnfCy.il Paornton: T'be Modern C)'" ou, T-om the Jean of Paul de Kock; The bast Mai-, by Mrs. She Hey; The Harpe’ Head, by James Hall, Esq. Self Discipline, by 11. F. Burder, I). D. For sale by    ALEX’R    FLASH, Oct. 5, 1833.    JVb.    5,    JVeet    Third tlrtet. DYE WOODS. BBLS. Camwootl, 30 bbls. Nicaragua, 25 do. Fustic, 20 do. Braziletto, 11HE Subscriber respecliully'iiiforms his Town and . Country friends and the public, that be has ju*t returned frem the East, and hss made extensive additions to his Book, Stationary & Masic Store, AND OXROUlsATINa UBBAA7, No. 5 West Third Street, beiween Main Street and t the Post Office; And will continue to receive regular supplies of the most popular work* in every department of Liieratnre, Arts, and Sciences. Also, new and popular MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, and a variety ofuiefnl FANCY ARTICLES. He will, as Agent, receive subscriptions for the fidlowiiig popular periodicals; The Muteum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, The Novelist’s Magazine, The Lady’s Book, Greenbank’s Periodical Library, The Christian Library, The Chriftian Observer, The Penny Magazine, The Law Library, The Cotiiicr iles Etatj Unis, Wflldie’s Select Circulating Library, &e. &o. ALSO. Orders received fur every description of Mathematical Instruments, and Philotuphical Apparatus. ALEXANDER FLASH. July 24.1833.    94tf lYBW BOOKS-—Just arrived, The Game of Life, in 1 vol., by Leitnh Ritchie; the Legends of the Rhine, in ivols.; Metdoiis of the Duke of Wellington, in 2 vnls. hv C»pt. Shener; for sale by    ALEXANDER    FLASH, No. 5, West Third st. near the Pqst Office. Sept. 17.    tf NOS 2, 3 AND 4 OF Bf8r.inTiiEquR Choisie dx Litekaturb Frax-CAist, Select Jdbrary of Modern French Literature. This day received, by    ' HUBBARD &EDMAND.S. —A 1.80— Ai^qst number of the Anericax Journal of Medical Sciences. Sept. 2Ó.    (I NEW WORK. . RECOLLECTIONS OF A C APERON, E2DITED by Lady Dacre; in two volumes; just re-A ceived by    '    ............. HUBBARD & EDMANDS. ugust 15. CHEAP FURNITURE. FjElHE subscriber offers for cash at cost prices, bis en-JIL tire stock of Household Furniture, consisting of sideboards, bureaus, high and low post bedsteads, fancy and ceintnon chairs, ladies’ work stands, and a great varied of Mantel and Pier LOOKING GLASSES. To persons dealing in tlie above articles, a great bargain, is hereby offered, as the whole of the above articles have been purchased at extremely low prices. T. B ANDERSON, Ohio Auction Rooms, corner Main and Sixth. October 17.—If. CHARLES SCARBOROUGH, FORWARDING AND COMMlSSlOJf MERCHANT; Portsmouth, Ohio. THE'Siibsrriber ha* openetl a Forwarding and Cora-niisrion Hou*e in Portsmouth. He has taken a large Fire Proof Wme House, convenient to (he Canal and Steam Biiiil Lhtidings, vrhrre the most.piumpt anildaith-ful altenlioii srill he given to all business with which he may b« fuvured. CHARLES SCARBOROUGH, Refer to J. Lawrkivce it Co. GRirnw if Lt'CKsr. Portsmouth, Jufifi 10,1833.    If MISS'BEFiCHERS’ G4XMJRAPHY For Children, , ON an improvpti plan, with eleven Alaps ami nnroer-nut Engravings; fourth edition; just published, and fos sale, by    COREY St FAIRHANK. Sept. II.    186,    AJom    if'ffL Q:^Il has been abool three monfhs since the first edition of this work was puhlisheiL Since Ihrtt lime,/.ur editions have beoii dispose J of, and tho/fUi is uow in press. The following are among the numeront testimonial* with which (he publishrts have been politely furnished. From Mr. Treosdell, Ptineipnl of the Young Ixiiie's Acaiemy^ of Cvieinnnti. Messrs. Coret k FairbAwr;-Míss Beeehers' Grog rflphy for Children isa valuable hook. It has all the ease Rod simplicity of Parley’s Geography, la theje lection nnd arrangement of mattpr. It is greatly superior to it. I shall introduce it into my Primary Schotil im mediatelv. Respeetfally,    A. Treusdell. May 13,1833. From Rev. J. Bioai, Professor in ÍAiru .Seminarg. CiKCiRMATi, July 26, 1833. Mewfs. Coret k Fairbakk—Geiitleraeii:—Miss Brerhpfs’ Geography for child ten is, in my o|iitiiuii,a very obvious improvement upon all prvceding works of a similar desicn. It is enriched with i< cnoice variety of roal-er, judiciously arraneetl, ami the whole oonveyed ina style and nianner hoppily stiiied to interest the youthful raiiiil. I nish you abuudant lucccs. in it* Extensive circulation.    Yours, jfc.    J. Riggs. A little work entitled ‘Primary Geogr.-iphy for Chil •Iren,’ by C. A H. Beecher, Princi|>als of the Western Female Institute, at Cincinnati, lias been placed in nnr hands. As the litic indicates, it is designed fur ynting children, nnd is written in that familiar style which is suited to (hu capacity of youth, nnd is'rmheliislieil’ with niimcrnus engravjncs and t leven small maps. The plan of the work appears to us to be judicious, and well calculated tu engage (he uttiTilioii uf children. Loui-.ville Herald. This i* n very capital little book. The authoresses ate Hccoinpltshed young Indies, who have made the tuition of youth their study ami hiisinest for several year*, and who unite to a com|>etcnt knowledge of the subject, an intimate arqvaintaiicr with the best moiles of teaching childien. Writing booiw lor rhddren iy«ne of the most difficult, and snrely one of the most nseful^Jfranches authorship. We most coritially recommend (hi*, as a successful effort in this noble field.— Jf'est. Month. Mag. This work cnmcfrom the press last week. From hasty perusal, we would judge it well adiipteil to give children a eeneral outline of geography. Its details are snlivenéd hy orcasioiial anecdotes, which, we have no .Inuht, will render it n favorite with our young friends. I'wolve map*, and numerous entravings, are inierleJ in he work. It augurs well for the cause of education in rcounlry, that persons of the finest mimli, arc willing to ^niecrate their energies, to give simplicity and olfrac-ion to bcoks inlccdi'd for children. — Cincinnati Journal. (’iNcrNXATt, Augint 31, IC33. We have carefully examined a Primary Geography for Children, by Misses C. & II. Beechtr, lately puhlish-by Corey & Fairliank, Cincinnati, nnd have no hesitation in ext'-niling to it niir derided approhHlion, We think it well calcuUled for its intended purpose of teaching to rliildren the simple elements of Heogrnphicni nowletli.'C, and very chteerf'jily ;ec«Dimend its adoption n the sthooU in our city. Jarob 71. Wyman, Timothy Ham-") moml, L. Matthews, Stephen M. Wheeler, Richard Morceraft, Isaac Van Eaton, Cyrvs Davenport, Edward Dolph, J. W. Jlopkins^ J. W. Johnson, John EmtcrbrooF J. P. Van llagcn, F. IF. Prescott, T. O. Prescott, _ ll'i. £ ^ ^ Hi ■ 8| Err THE EFEALERS. JUST received, THE REPEALERS, a novel, in 2 vols., by the Countess of Blessington. For sale hy    ALF.X’R.    FLASH, No. 5, West Third St. near (be Post Office. Oct. 22.    tf •r a supply MAPS! MAPS!! The tnbicribers have just received of .Mitchell’s Philadelphia Maps. Among them are Mitchell’s large .Map of (he U. States, on rollers. Mitchell’s Traveller’s guide through the U. States— Pocket form. Inrliacn, Ohio, Lentucky, 'I'eniiessee, Illinois, Missouri, ArkanS'^w, Miuliigan, A full supply of maps from the abeve establishment, will be Constantly kept on hand, and sold wholesale and retail at the Phrladejnhin prices, by TRUMAN, SMITH k Co. Agents fur the Manufacturer. Nov, 13. 9epf.4.—[tj On hand, and for tale hr RAMSAY & VATTIER. HORSFJLANSHH’. JUST received, The Principles of the Art of Modern Horsemanship, for Ladies and Gentlemen, in which all late improvements are applied to practice, by M Se-baud. For sale by    ALEX’R.    FLASH, No. 5, West Third Streo», near the Post Office. Oct. 22.    If NEAV BOOKS ARRIVED. JUST received, the following new publications: Peter Simple,or Advcntnresofa Midshipman, I vol.; Alice Paulet, a Sequel to Sydenham, in 2 vols.; The Mag dalen, nnd other Tales, by James Sheridan Knowles; A Volume from the Life of Herbert Bardar. Also, a Manual of Practical Toxicology, condensed from Dr. Christian’s Trcatiie on Poisons, with notes and additions, by J. T. Duoatel, M. D. For sale bv ALEX’R FLASH, No. 5, West Third it. November 19, 1833.    tf NEW BOOKS. Men and MANNERS in AMERICA, by Colonel Hamilton, author of Cyril Tborñton, in 2 vols. 12 (DO. 'PIIF. REPEALERS, by the Cnnntess of Ble**inglon. Vol. 23, LARDNER’S CABINET CYCLOPiEDlA. .'Ho. 6, BIBLIOTHEQUE FRANCAISE. This day received by HUBBARD A EDMANDS. Cornir of Main and Culumbi* Sts. Oct. 22.    tf In pocket furm and on roNcrs NEW BOOKS ARRIVED. SECOND Series of Tom Cringle's Log, in 2 vols. Oran the Outcast, in 2 vols. Philips’ Political Economy; Gouge on Banking; Boll on the hand; Bridgewater Treatise; Grund'a Astronomy; Picker's Traditionary Stories; Afemoirs of the Rev. Robt. Hall; Book of Commerce; Giund's Cherhistry; Maunder’s Treasury of Knowledge, in 3 parts—oon-Uins English Dictionary, See. Sie. Universal Gazetteer, dko. &o. ord Chronology of Hislorv, Ac. See. The American Almanack for 1834. For sale by ALEXANDER FLASH, Dec. 22    Ko.    0,    wc«t    third Street. NEW AND STANDARD WORKS. rpitlS day received hy JL    HUBBARD U EDMANDS, The Works of Samuel Johnston, L. L. D. Library ofStanda^ Literature, vols. 1,2 nnd 3,being (he Works of F.ilmund Burke, with a Memoir in three vols. Letters of Horace Walpole, Earl of Oxford^ to S't Horace Mann, 2 vols. Popular Essays on Naval subjects, &«. Jtia. 18,    ^ REFINED SALT PETRE. CÍ ^ KEGS refined Salt Pt-tre on han't ami for sale by tJU    RAMSAY & VATTIER. Nov. 25. JUST FINISHED. I^HE eubscribor offers for sale 1 very genteel four wheel Buggce, 1 do do    Barouche, 1 do do Family Coach, 1 Second hand Gig and Harnesf. Also, platod moulding, patent leather, &o. In progress, a areat variety of fashionable Barouches, and a number ofTost Coaches. W. HOLCOMBE. Nov. 8,    tf SUPERIOR TABLE OIL. A SUPERIOR article of Bordeaux Oil, for table use, just received and fur sale by RAMSAY k VATTIER. January 3. ARRIVAL OF NEW AN.NUALS. riAHE London loindscape Annual for 1834; I “ Friendships Offering for 1834; The Religious Souvenir for 1834; ^ALSO The Token for 183.3; The Geographical Annual for 1634. For sale by ALEXANDER FLASH, Deo. 23.    Ho.    5,    west    third    Street. SPIJONDID ENGRAVINGS. riAHE subseribrr has just opeiird u b.ix of very lup 1 ENGRAVINGS, executed in l.und(<n hy the masters, from original celebrated subjects. The I of the fine arts are rt‘t|iectfully invited to call an amine.    ALEX’R.    FLASH. No. 5, West Third sireet, near the Post Office. I)ec.27.    I WINIK)W GLASS. onn *’''»**" **7    *>7    '*• ’0 ‘>7 o, II by 15 and 12 hy 18 Window Glass, ou hand nnd for tale by, RAMSAY 4; TATflEll. DMWrf tl. JUST RECEIVED, And now for sale at AVright Sc Doty’s Auction Store No. 17 Upper Market St. 2 pipes Holland Gin; 2 pipes superior Brandy. They will be sold low for cash. Jan. 7.    If NEW BOOKS. RICHLIEU, a Novel, hy theautl^uf Philip Augustus, Henry Marterton. Theological Library, vols. 5 and 6, bang the Life of chbishop Cranmer, by C. W. Le Bns. Snen-'s in Our Parish, by n Country Par*ol's Dnnghle'' For sale by    HUlMlARU    k    EDMANU Jan. 8. ENGIJSH ANNUALS. JUST RECEIVED, Forgct-Me-Not, for 1634; Juvenile Forget-.Me-Not, edited hy Mrs. S. C. Hall; j Portrait Album of Illustrious and Distinguished Personages of the Nineteenth Cenluary. For sale by HUBB.ARD & EDMANDS. Doc. 9.    If NEAV B(N>KS EXPECTED. Alex ander plash, AVest Third street, nmr the Post Office, will offer to the reading puhlic, itmnedi-ntely on their arrival, the fulfowiiig new publications: The Hendsmnn of Berne, hy Cooper; The Cnntrast, by Earl .Mulgrave, Roscne’s Life- in 2 vols.; Griffin on Divine Efficiency, Smollel’t AVorks—in 2 vol*.; Cbnlmeison Man; Finn’s Comic Skelr3ie(; Yankee among (he Niillifirrs; The Service Afloat;—The liivisilde Gentleman; Second edition of Rush’s Memrrrnnda; Calvert’s Pbrenulogy; Brown’s Technical Dictibnnry; Tales of the Cnr-ivsurerai; The Laughing Pliiluiopher; The Modern Cymoo, from (he Jean of Paul de Kock; The Last Man, by Mr*. Shelley; Great Brirain in 1833, try Uuroii de Ilaussey. Also, in press, and will soon npjrcar— The Repealers, hy thn (lounles* of Itlemngton; Litthls and 8b idowsor,Girinaii Life; Tales and Cunfcssions,hy l.eik h Ritchie; Magdalen ami other tales, hy Shoridiin Kiinwle*; Allen Breck, by (he author of the Subaltern; Gale Middletun, hy Horace Smith; Madden on the liifirmitie* of Gcniuat Aikiiis’ Memoir* of Charles II. The Dominie*’ Lrgacv; Andrew the S ivnyard, by the author of Modern Cy rorin. Alio, Society and Manners in Great Britain nnd Ireland, hy Stewart. Septenilrer 26, 183.J    tf NEAV BOOKS The Naval officer, ia 2 volt, bj t^ •■thor of Pelw 8im*»le;    . L . . The Dominie’s Legacy, 2 rols. hy A. PiekMt Mrs. Willanli Journal and Letters Roia FrasM Bar Great Britain, 1 vol. Jay’s Di*courjeiand Prayer*, I vd. Gospel Sruds, by Rev. C. Mal&D. ALSO, Young’s Elements of Plane and SpfreTfaal T^lgMOM elry.wiih the M. themntical Tables,revised •no corrected, hy J. D. William*. For sale hy    ALEX’R. FLASH, No. 5, West Third st ukt Jan. 18. 18»L JOHNSTON’S 9CRAPá,No.5,for 1834;—fawktoh is included Fiddlx D. D. being a series of lUristfi-tioni to “Oh*prvtiions on the U. 8. and CaDada.” Rev l*aac Fiddler. Just received, per «oil, a few copies. HUBBARD k EDMANDS. February 3.    * LARDNER’S Cabinet Cyclopaedia. History of England, by Sir Jairles MaeinU«k| History of Scotland, by Sir Walter Scott; Hislory of Frsnee, bv Rev. Eyre Evans Crowe; History of the Netherlands, by T. C. Grattan, Em| History of Spain and Portugu; History of Switzerland; History of the Italian Republics, by Sismondli Outlines of History; Diaeonrsiifon the study uf Natural Philosophy, k F. W. Ileischell; Hydrostatics, by Dr. Lardner; Treatise on Silk Manufaciure; T leatise on the Mannfacturo of PorcelainKnd Olaw; Biography of British Statesmen; Treatise nn Mechanics, by Capt. Henry Eater, no Rev. Dr. Lardner. The above works for sale by ALF.X R FLASH, Ab. 5, Wost TUrist. September 2.3,1833.    [    tf MOST MISERABLE! íí'R^l^EURI.VIUá.” On a »rave stone, in the Wor-IvJ. ccrter (^alhedrul, is this emphntio iiiscriplion, ^'Mutrrimw," with neither name nor date, commenl nor fext. »    „ The London Li-aeaARy Gazkttx remarks, “It is an oriirinal, forcible, uinr iiiterefliiig work.” The SuNDAT Times *«ys, “It is written with great power, ami come quently is read with ravenous avidity.” Thk CniTtO remarks,“We have read it with feelings ofsincere gmU ificiitioii.” l.oM)ON Metropoutan ren;arks,“Tbinin the impatsiuiieil work of n man of talent.” Fur tale bj HUBBARD & EDMANDS. September 20.    tf J. APPLKl’ON’S I.ATE IMPROVED PATJCNT SAVINÜING AVASHING ACHINES, I20R SALE, by WM. APPLETON, at his tUrre, cor-iirr of Main street nnd Coirrt Hou*e square. No. I Machines, at 14 dollars, iinil warranted to be iu; erior to any in the rily. It may be seen in operation at Mr Henry's niid Heckewelder’shotels; aliri, ut the Hospital Se|ileiiil>er J8.    dll GREAT BRITAIN IN 1833. HUBBAKD k EDVl.ANDS have just received “Great Brituin in 1033,” hy Barorr D’ii iussey, Ex-Miuis-ter of Marine under Ch.-«rlet X. Oclohi r 19. NOTICJÍ. fpHE Subscriber gespcclfully infonnf his friends and 1. the pubüc, that having obtained a general licenso for the transaction of business as an Auctioneer, he ban taken that old established stand, N. E. corner of Sixth and Maih streets, extensively known as the a (tllU.K AUCTION ROOMS, and is prepared to receive consignmenU of e^ery kind of merrhandise. The utmost care and attention willbegiv en to promote the ioterest of owners. <7ct 12.    T.    B.    ANDERSON. BOt'TOXi CliAll&SON HAS niMlOVED ins OFFICE TO The north side of FIFTH, between Main and Sycamore Streets, luljoiuing Mr. Ilurdus'. .Oct. 19.    If THE RIGHTS OF \tOMAN, By .Miiry Wollsloiiriaft.*—Iusi feceived and f n few co(ii. s OÍ tin* nlmve work. for sain TIIOM.tS M. HARD CASTLE huto formed u copattnerihip for the iruiis Hctiuii of H General Forwarding and Commission Business, in the Town of D A Y T O N, Ohio, under the firm of lUCHARDS HAUDCASTUE. Dec. 31.    If ■3 IHSTGRV or PricBtcralt in nil ■ffUST rcriiveil, ‘‘The Mi*lory of Priralciaft in all if ages nnd nations,” bv Wm llowitt. For sale by ALEX’R FLASH, No. 5, Weat Third st. November 6.    .    -    ■    • Drii{Ki«, Ciieiiiicaln, Painis, Oil«, llalicrti’, Dyers’ and BleaclicrH’ firticlcfl. ALARCaE and complete assortment of every artiolo ill the above line, now receiving, and lor sale upon the mult aocuniinodeting leiiui hy RAMSAY ¿f VATTIER, at (heir Drug and Chemical Warehouse*, 195 Main, an I south west corner of Pearl and Main street*. Deo. 27. notií:e. Messrs. gates F WHITMORE moat fpvetM- ly announces to the public of Cincinnati, that they have made arrangements for Jialtiinoro and New-Orleans Oystorfi, both in the shell and oannteri, of which artiele they in-Und hereafter to have a CONSTANP SUPPLY. Families can be supplied by tbcdoxsn or quantity with this delicacy, at anv time, by applyingat Tonlme House third street, near A/sin. Dec. 23.    » imfitij: í'griík ^ BALK8 Superior Velvet Borllr. Coiks, just received und (or sale by Jiarob 31. RAMSAY dk VATTIER. THE PERIODICAL IJRRARY. 1ST. anil 2(1 vol*. of the abovo valuahls work, hand foinely bound, is now ready for sale at the subscribers store. AUo futuro Nos. delivered to subscriben by ALEX’K. flash. No. 6, West Tliird street, near the Post Office. Dec. 18. HGS, PRUNI-S RA18INS. JU3T received nnd for sale— 40 drums Figs; I case Prunes; 30 boxes Run;b,l 60 half do. Raisins    ‘ 35 qusrtcr do. GEO. GORM.tN k CO Dec. 27.    No.    3,    Csnal    6l. Aug. 30. AI.F.X. FI. ASH, No. 5. West Third st. PARUIUR^OKGAN. Time subirriber offers for salen •U|)eriur toned P«r-. lour Organ, with seven bRtid*, executing Sixty. One pieces of Music. This instrument it worthy (be attention of roatieri of Steam boats, to the cabin of ofM uf which it wimbl ben desirable appendage. AI.EX’R flash, No. 5, West Third tf, Oofober 19.    near    (he    Post    Oico. SHEARING MACHINES. DEWEY’S Patent Shearing Machines for sale at tho office of the ('inciiinati Machine Card Manolaoto-ry, corner of Main & Pearl street», up stairs. n».No,.S.    ««OWN.    A.™..  • %_ MtlSIC STOOL, STOLEN. About ten «l»yi ago oi.a ef the light fingered gen. tir, who infest our eity, tarried off a MUSIC STOOL, from (he suction mom corner of SixV> ft Main Street*. Should any person have piirchasad an artir^ of the kind, except at a regular wars-room, they will Runfrr a favor, by iiifnrmir>g ths subtoribar. ‘Tbs object of (hii notice, is not to irouhle (Im innocsnt nurobaser but that tbe thirf may be detect# I.    * TIIOS. B. ANDERSON, Anclkmear. March, 11th. Collfcc, Vraudy, Loaf-Suffar, Tea bags Havana Cofft-s; * 6half*pip'»i 7.1 bbls. Loaf'^ugnr; 20 hall chests Y. 11. Tst| I pi|>e Gin; 5 bbls. old .Monongalifin Whi*key. For sale by    CEO.'GOK.MAN ft CO, Dec. 27.    No.    3,    Cans]    8t. MUSTARD AND VINBGAR. JUNDEIIWUOU has removml his Store to jlQu • Pearl sirret, where he will ksep ooiMtaslly «as liiinil, Mii'tarfi, Vinigur, Lcuioii Sjrup il str j of KETCHUPS. Cincinnati, Ds>-. 7, 1833. MORE NEW WHIKS. INDGEWORTH B Novels snd Tales, vol. fth. !i llertthell’i Treatise on Astroiiemv, with plates; LeoluM on Oenrral Literstnre, Poet^, ftc. hj Jumes Montgowerv, being vol. 64, F. Library ; Sunday Evenings, port third, biing Nu. 18, Boys und OirU Library; Ths Ornsmrnt* Discoverer!, by Mary Hughes, being vol. I9th, Hays snd Firit’ Librar*; The String ot Psnrli, by ths author of Dsmley, Philip Augustus,ftc.; Tbe Sketoh Book of Fanhiot', hy the aul Mother* snd Ditufhtem, fto. Th» Down F.satrr*. fto. Ac. by John Nssl; A Uf iio) xebec, or a Tale of Alirasohid: Tl.o Note Hook of a Cmintry Cisrgymsn; Just reurivsd snd for sale hy J    HUBBARD ft EDMANDS. F^ubriisry 7. BLANKS POR SALE AT THIS OrPlOR FOR R1LIÍ OR RE.W. APRINTIN O OFFICE eonuiiiiag s larga variety aff Job Type, of svs» descrmtion; oaa first rata 8Imh berry Press; Chaeee; Rolee; Dcshee; Leads; Parnitam. fto. t/v. The above sstabliakiiMnt will bs raaud, am very modsrsts Urms, or tke typo will bo boÜ by siaglw founts. ip- For rurlber particulars apply at tbiaoffiea. Jan. 29.    H on, OF VITKOL. 50 Carboy I at Oil ViUel t»n baud for sale hy March 21. rel i»n baud for sale hy RAMSAY k VATTIER. C. F. BOVCEy Resident dentist, »b Fifth strati) twt Main and Sycamort. March 3L booked job PKIIITIKQ or tmv saamr-nns, JVsaHy sad yrtasyt/g KXacVTKD, AT THK OrriCB or ta RiaPUBUCAN^ 11 Wmj TMSl UlRllQIAtl

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