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The Daily Cincinnati Republican And Commercial Regeister (Newspaper) - May 5, 1834, Cincinnati, OhioAIVD COMDISilRCIAl, REéiiSTER PRISTE» AT»» V13R1.1S11RÍ» JAIilRS    6i    R|C11\RP    RISSR'A    Cl^iClXTIATt,    OHIO. I IV. MONDAY MORNIjVG MAY 1834, loaiaawr. ?.«- uilmin’giE V.\I.IIABLr FKFATII AVORK^. —    piirifjiiiK Tegelablej tuh«tiifice*, and is hi^tilj approved, and re-comniendeil bj Phy*iciiin^ and Üendíi» of the fir«t re-speotability. Vu*t received snd Tor »'<Je bf .    RAMSAY & VATTIER. Annary 95.___ ’^OYAGE du Profosseur 0!lUIS> TOOTH AVA811 i CAI{|*|]\TFR’S rifmir'Af « t,c POR clean,inp and pre.evinj the Teeth and Gum,, i I^IOMPOUND Extract SarsapnHlli ^    ‘ and purifying the Breath ¡—nrepaved entirely from i    «    <*    HupI,,,    ^ v/.    .— ----- ’    '    -L    ^    „    *. CCS de L'Einpirc de Ruslie, ot dans L’Asie ccpton of -.-arsaparilla, Cuboba and Co- tuinalo, in 9 vols., with atlas and plates; ’ Voyage dans 1,’Hemisphero austral, etautourdu mon- ; do, iri 111 vols., with plates; 1 Voyage de La Perouse, aulour du Monde, in 2 vofs.; I V'oyage dans La Haute Pensylvanio, et dans L’Etat ■    --P    I    1-----Í PIAAÍC-FORTE FOR 8ALE. At the Ohio Atiotion Rooms, corner of .Main and Silih Street, an excellent (oued Piatin-Forfe ean be obtained Ht a very low price. T. Ü, ANDERSON, October 19.    Auctioneer. COOPER’S ^F.W XOA EL. JUST received, “THE HEADS-MAN,” a new novel in two vols, by Cooper. For sale by ALEX’Il FLASH, No. .'i. West Third street, near the Post office. = Nov. 1st, 131. I.AAV Í.IBRARY. JUST received, “A Practical Treatise oi^the Law onn-cerning Liirmtics, Idiots, and persons of unsound eiiinrl, with an Appendix of tlie Statutes of Engliind, Ire-and, and Scotland, relating to such person», and prece «dents and hills of costs. By I.eoimrd Shelford, Esq. of Hhe Middle Tí iniile, Bafrislerat Law.” For sate by ALEX, FLASH, No. S West Third street, near (he Post Office. No 2.    ______ STRICTURE.^ ON TllE CASE OF EPHRAIM K. AVERY.—Just received from Rhode Island, “Stric. tures uu the case of E. K. Avery, hv Aristides.” For ^ale by ‘    ALEX.    FLASH, No. 5 West Third-it. near the Post Office, Nov. 2. 'hissoltjtioy. .^■IHE Piirtner.sl)i|i heretofore existing bclween Dick-JL irisoii j: WillianiKin, was dissolveil on the 5ih of ctoher, by mutual consent. Mr. Diekiuson will con .fine the business.    S.    S. DK'KI.NSON, G. T. WILLIAMSON. ■Ocloher 2£i, 1833. paiVa • Precipitated Extract of Bark Extract of Quinine “ Nux Vomica Oil of Cnniliaridin “ Senaplno Black Pepper Copaiva " Cubebs Saratoga Powders • Citralcd kah ¿ Solidified Copaiva Red Bark Caiygayu Bur». Chloride of Soda, On hand and for sale by RAMSAY & VATTJER. Sept. 30    -    * , OjaffO umis jLitfc    ^ ! de New York, par un inembrc aduptifdo !a nation Oneida. Traduit ct public par I’autcur dos Lettres D’un Cultiva-tenr Americain, in 2 vols.; Meg Rcverier, a bound mannscrint. For sale by alkX r flash, A'o. 5, Wetl Third rlrtet, near the Post Office, Oct. 12, tf Cli.iliiierK’ Political Dconoisiy. ATREA I'ISE on Political Economy, in connexion with (he VIoriii Slate ao'l Moral Prospects of Society : by Tbos. Cbaluiers, I). D ; this day lecoived by Nov. 8.    HUBBARD    i    F.UMANDS. NEW NOVEL. ELOUAINE, in 2 vols by William Goodwin, author of Caleb Williams; for sitl-^ hv AI.EX. FLASH, Aug. 30.    No.    3,    West    Third    st. 1) ALTIMi PLAY8, 3 NOR sale by ALEX’R. FLASH, No, 5, West Third . street, near the Post Office— The Hunchback, The Wife, Ghat les (he II. 'Phe Giunester, Maft ppn, Inuki'oper of Abbeville, Aniiit eiirs and Actors, The Review, oi Wag of W'indsor, Cherry and Fair Star, Forest of Bondy, Flying Dnlcliinin, Bine Devils, Evadne, Sleep Walker, Binins, Diisoii and Pytbia», Fortttiif’s Frolic, The Inviucihles, Aladdin, Honeet Thiveii, Fibh cm 01 Water, Virginins, Speed the Plough, School for Sciiiidal, Mountiiineerv, Sweetheatsaud Wivos, •Masaniello, Don Giovani, Fraiici* the first, Fazio, SpotPd Child, Padlnrk, An. &c. Sic. uy 31, 1834. a    I.AW    IU>OK8. I JUST Received by HUBBARD & EDMANDS. Corner of Main and Columbia streets, Kent's Commeritaries, 4 vols. Kiifsell on Crime, 2 vols. Maddork’s Chancer\s2 volr.. blory’s Com. on the Constituiion, 3 volf. Vescy'i Repoits, 22 volsi. Chifty’s Bl.oikstniie, 2 vols. g, Si.irklo on Evidence, 3 vols.% Chidy on C'ontrar.ts, (.'onkliii’s Treatise, Ohio Condensrd Reporl», Indiuiin Reports, Illinois Reports, Chitty on Bill.s, Norris’ Peake, Snuiolerson Pleading and Evidence, i 'I'idd’s Priiclice, 2 vol». Condeii'ed (.’hancery Reporta, 3 vols. Hi-ilory of Ohio Canals, WilliHirison Flxccntors, Weolwoilh on do. , Bridgm.iti’s Diirest, 3 vols. Laws on Pleading, Toller on Fx-e.ntors, Forhliirqiie’s Equity, Aireiiciin Digest, 2 vol». Story’s P¡eiidui¡;, &c. &c. &c. Aug. 28. WANTICD , WE wish to employ a young man, well qualified to Ipke 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 one possessing these qualifications and can come well recommended, a liberal salary will be given hy RAMSAY & VATTIER. Oct. r.    tf A * TOLET. . ’ I CONVENIENT FRAME DW-ELLlNNÍ HOUSE, I with Six loom», and u |.leiinint y»nl, “itiiate on the | rHARLES S€I\ RROKOI OH. FORWARüUi'G AJS'D COMMlSHlOJr MKRCHJlYTi Portsmouth, 0«to. .rtút!i»ide of Sevp/tth street, Hiiil East of ProsdwHy.— ' nHHE Subscriber h i» .apened m Fiirwarding unit Com-Rent $120. Ap|dy to the sobsoribtr on Broadway, ong ! jL misoon llou.e in Portsmouth lie has taken a large don.- • ulh cf Seventh siriot. So.M.ie, 1833. ECEN B. REEDER. Fire I’roif W»re ll(iu»c, convenient to the Curial and ' SiCiira Bout Laiidii.gs, «yhi fe the must prompt and fuitli-j ml attention ivill be given to ull business with which he ' may be favored. CHARLES .SCAR30U0UGH, T FUllNlTlTIE C\R. NHE subscriber takes this method toinform h'sftiends    IQ    Lawhknce    A    Co. — and theckizQOs generally, that he has procured a j Car for the purpose of moving Furniture of every des-1" criplion, ho also has a man employed to attend to the i same, who will take down and put up Furniture, if re- j quested. All cders left at his Furniture Ware Room, East Fourth Street, will be promptly attended to. 1 W. HAWKINS. : tf. GriVKIN & l.UCKtlf.’ Porlsmon'h, J one 10.1833.. If October 8. ^NIAV inJ!5LIEATiO.\8. Sbeley,author o The Modkrn Cvmon, 2 vols. Tt:e Ijtisl Man: by Mury W ; vols. NEWiliXiUK JUST RECEIVED—England and the English, by E. T.. Buhver, Wild Sports of the West, The Abbess, by Mrs. Trollop Mary of Burgundy, by G. R. P. James Dick on the iinprnvoment of society by the diffusion of Knowledge For suD l.y ALEXANDER FLASH, Oct. 1.    -    No.    5, West Third 3t. (ÍAIÍHEÑ SEEm Merchants in the country, ami others, who may wish to kpp() an assort iiieiit oí Of»h and genuine ■ GARDEN SEEDS (or sale, cun be (nrtiished at the ! A^ricnltnrul Wurel.ouso iind So d Store, No. 23, Lower Muiket Street, Ciocinnaii, with boxes of v irmn» sizes, contuining n complete assoriinent of SEEDS mostly nscrl in a Kiicbpn Gaulen, at us lihcrul a ditcnnnt us oati be procured in ii.!‘ Wcstorri Country. Tbe.y nre neatly put up. on a new pmn, in pnper>, sealt-il, ready for retailing, with printed direotioiii oil fii«'h package, for its muniigpiiifutjund every tort wairuntc! tu he of the first quality. 0:^ Also, Furracr?, Gardners, and otbrr», »nppli>;d jf wholfsale an,l retail, by    S.    C PA iKHURST. Feb. I. (83J. ;1IS8S"BEE€HlOi 58’ ii Ei )i áIÍ A PH V * For CSiiSdrcn, _ ON an improved ( Ian, with eleven Jl/aps and numerous UngTjving*; tourth edition ; j-isl pnbli»lipd, and for sale, hy    COREY    L    EAlRHtNK, Sept. II.    186, Jliam »i-eet. 0;:^lt has been about (hn-c months since (hpfir»t edi-lú>n of this work «'»« j iiHlisbed. Sillor thrtt time,/Mr nditions luive been disposed of, and (be//(A is now in press. NEW BHOK8! YHF. Naval officer, iii.2 vMi, by-lhd «alh«r ot tVtar . Simplr; The I) iiiiioie’s !.*gary, 2 vol*. hy A, Mrs. Willurds JnirrnalHiiii l^t(ers«fruB Fr»M«l»dF Greiit BritHpt, I vol. .Ity’s D'»eonrsesand Prayeri, 1 voL Gospel .S< eds, by Rev. C. .MaL.ii. .^LSO, Yonrig’s Elements of H me and eiry.wiili the .M. tbeuiRtical Tablet,rtwsed aod corrected, by J. D. Vlfiiliam». For sMc by    AI.EX’R.    FLASti,    , No. 5, Weft Third steet Jan. 18, keiistein; A new transl ftion oftho Hebrew Prophets; hy George R. Nove-s; 2 vols;    ,,...... The C'oiilr.ist, n novel; by (he author of .Matilda; 2; The f.dlowing are nmofig the niimerons testimonials vols;    tor    sale    by    j    with which (be publishers have been polifcly furniihed. HUBBARD Si EDMANDS. ¡ j\jf^ TiiEUsnEiii., Pn'ncipnl of the Young Ladie't Oc.toher 4. 1833.    •    |    -Hcademu^ff Cineinntdi. Meen» CobeF íí Faihiiank: —Mus Beechers* Orography for Cbililren is'a v-thi.iblo book. It fins all the ease iind simplicity of Parley's Geography. In the fiyilE Subscriber respect'iilly informs hit Town and F i'ountry friends and the (loblic, that h« lini jn«( returned from (he East, and has made extensiva additions tf ledion and arraiigi tnenl of inalter, it is greatly snptiior '“his    IlkJif. I shall introduce if into my Primirv School im Hook, Stationary & Music Store, .r.ediaiciv. Resjie.iifoiiy, a. Tueisdell. AND OmOUlATING lIBBAnV. JVo. 5 West Third Sfrerf, hetwcrn Main Street and    Circiiskati, July 26, 1833. the. Vast Offer;    Mewr*.    Cohet    k    FAinnvNK-tJeiitlomen:—Mis* ,\nd will continue to vec-ive regular supplies of the most I neerbeis' G' ography lor children is, in my opioion, a very popular works in every deparlment ot Litrrainre, Arts, obiions improwmeut upon all pri ceding works ofa sim-anil Sciences.    new    hikI    popiilar    MUslC,    MUSI-1 ihir de-igu.. It is enricbtd with a clioice variety of ju ft- C.Mj IN^ I RU.M ENTS, ami a variety of ustfiil FANCY I jndicionily iiiraiiced, lu rl the whole conveyed ina \Il riCLES. He will, as Agent, receive subscriptions j ,tjl¿ «,,,1 nianufi happily sniiixl to interest theyimlhpil for the following popular (.eriodicals;    ' miml. I wish yon ahandant success in its extensive cir- The Mn»iim of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, • cuhition.    Yours,    &o.    J.BiGas. The Novi list’s Magazine, 1'he Lady’s Book, Greeidiank’s Periodical Library, The Chrinliari Library, THE INT ISIKLE iiEXTLE.IIAN. Anew work ¡n two volnmeei, for sale by HUBBARD & EDMANDS. ÍIYGEIAN MEmCINES. rMYllE snliiciihi-r iiilornisthe eiiblii', that be has been i nppoinled 801.E AGENT for the ilispoa il of the above cel-ebrated Medicines throughout the States of Ohio and Indiana. He is also invested with full power to take possession of all goodsanil medicines, and to collect ull (lebli, whether by bill, bond, book aeconnt, cash nr uthertvise, belonging to Horatio Sbcpherd Moat, which were lately in the possession of, and c ontracted with Augustus JocKEVJi, deceased,late of Cincinnati, Ohio. The subscriber, therefore, caution» all persons from selling any of (he above mentioned gooils or medicines, within the State.s aforesaid, unless legally «utliorized hi his suh-ngent; and fioir. pnrclia»iiig the .saine Iruin, or paying any monies any ¡lersons whnnnoever, except the subscriber or .siih-agt ni», as be will holil nil others personally responsible. 'He hereby requests all persons who have contracted with said Jocelyn, as snh-agcn's for the sale ol the above medicines,or who are individually indebted for the same, by note, book account, or otherwise, to Settle with the snb.«criber, as Agent for H. S. Moat, and as he shall still einpl -y snb-agents for the sale of said mediciiifcs, be will be disposed to continue such as have been engaged in (lie 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 the Store of William Disney L Son, Main Street, between Fourth and Filth Streets .Cincinnati, Ohio. WILLIA.M DISNEY. Cin. July 17, 1833, i-y 11 tve uesiowci s. r 1 he business e fiftn of I October 17. 'NEW BOOEÍS. JUST received, “A Subilteni’s Fnrlongh,” descriptive of scenes in'valioas parts of the Unilpd States, Cpperand Low* r Cuitatla, New Brunswick and Nova S otia, during the summer and autumn of 1832; by E. T. Coke, Lieut, of the 45ih rrgiment; Memoir of the Life anA mprisonmrnl of Silvio Pelli-c«{ Translated by 'Tho«. Roicoe; Seventh V'ol. of Miss Edgeivorlc’s Novels and Tales; Second Vol.of Elli.s’ Polynesian Researches; For i*lc by    ALEX’R    FLASH, Oct. 29.    No.    5,    West    Third    street. T TO IsET. wo vrtyuonvenient Brick Dwelling Houses on 5th ■treet. For terras apply to W. DISNEY. Not. 30. tf PERIODICAL LIBRARY, VOL. HI. f IYHE 1st, 2d and 3d Nos. of the above work are now J. rrtdy. for delivsry. It contains the Life of Sir Walter Raleigh; Fainting» and Painters of Italy; and Ao’.ou graphy of Jonn Galt. ALF.X’R FLASH, No. 5, Weat Third street, iioiir the Pcsl Office. - _ MORE \EW n»M>K8, F^ROM the pres» nf J. & J. Haroers, New York. The Alibesf, a romance, by Mrs Trullope. Wild Sports of the West, by the author of “Stories of Waterloo.” England and the English, by E L, Bnlwer. 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 receivetl by HUBBARD & EDMANDS, Sept. 30.    CorntT    nf    Main k Columbia street R(K)KS FOR SALE. 13H0P IlEBER’S TruvéL in India; Sketches ofa Lakes by Dugald Stcwurt; Darwin’s itanio Garden; Price’s Dissertations; H HUBBARD & ED.RANIkS . VE received.the folluiviiig new BOOKS:— / Bell on the Hand;    ' The Duchen of Borri In La Vendee ( Waldemar, by W. H. Harrison, K-q. L.andscape Annual,for 1834; Forget Me Not, for 1034; Token and Atlantic Souvenir. December 27. NEW BIMIKS. JUST received Madden on the Infirm ii in 2 vols. Lights and Shadows of German Life. Canterbury 'Poles, iu 2 volumes. By Sojihin and Har-etLee. Fur sale by    ALE.X,    FLASH, Deo. 4.    No.    5    West    Third    street. Tour to the Euonomia^and Bol Essay on the Mi chauism of the Microcosm, or the dc-pendmice of Effccis upon their causes; The wonders of tne Human body, with plates; Literary, mor.vl, and Philosophical Essays, by Dr. Iliigli; Volney’s view of the U-nited Stales of Ameriea; Dr.Gudiuan's addresses on various Publ.c occasion»; The Philosophy of Human Nature hy J, Buchanan; Paloy’s Theology, illustrated with plate*; Brown’s Physiology of the Human mini!; Priestly’* Evi'lenoes,“i vols; Elements ofConcholo^, hy Burrows; The Dialogues of(Devils, by R- v. John M'Tow Ians; .Modern Chivalry, oontaining the adventures of a Captain and TeH;;ue O’Ragaii, his servant; S uolletl’s Works, new Edition, conqilcte in two vols. Also—Young’s Elements of Analytical Geometry, re vised and cuirecled hyjohn 1). William*. ». ALEX. FLASH, No 5, West Third St. Nov. 29,1833. JlHUiam G. Berry^ BELL AND BRASS FOU.NDEB, East Front St. hctirccn PUix and Butler, RF.SPECTFUI.LY tTianks his friends and the public for the patmniiire llu-y U-tve bestowed, and hopes for a continuance of favors. { The business will hereafter be conducted under the They have piil (he eilabli»hiuenl in complete order for doing (he I'ullnwing-work; BELI.S,of liny size not exceeding thirty hundred; Soda Pnmp,*iinil Salt-well Joints; Bras.» and Coin|)0!ilion Boxes for machinery; Globes, Cylinder & Gnage Cocks: Still Coek», Rivils, and Spiltcr Solder; Stop Coik», Soda and Small, Cock» ; Gun aiiil Stove Mountings. All kinds of fashionable TUR.MNG in Brass or Iron. All orders committeif to tiicir cbnrie will ren-ive piiiic-(nal iftiention, hiid be done in the neatest niaiimr. 0:;^Tbe highest piim- given for old Bras» and Copper. N. B. T'iiey huiid small Steam Engines, on an improved plan. 1.EVI IMRK'ER, WMt G BERRY. w5-IPtf 'J'he Chri'ti in Ob»crvtr, The Penhy Mngazine, ' The Law Libriyy, The ('oinit-r lies Elati UniV, Wuldic’s'Sclect Circulating Libraty, &e. kdr ALSO. Orders received fur every description of MiUhcroati-chI Instnimeids, and Philos >pbintl Apparatus. ALEXANDER FI.ASlf. July 24, 1833.    t*4lf ISIH. JOHNSTON’S SCRAP.8, No. .5, for Umt—to whkh if incliidi (I Fiudle D» D. being a lerief of illutUa-fidtii to “Observations oil the Ü. S. auil Cunad*.** Bj Rbv l*nac Fiddler. Just received,per moti, a few copiev. Fehrnarv 3. UUBBaRIz k EDMANDS. IiAll!)NEíl’8 Cakinct Cyclopiciliti. HISTORY of England, by Slr Jnmef Mactatodil History of tícnlland, by Sir Vfaltar Simtl; History of France, bv Rev. Eyre Evans Crowe; History of the Netherlands,' by T. C. QralUn, Ett| . History of Spain and Portugal; History of Sivilzorlam^ Ilictory of the Kalian Republics, by Sisnwail; * Outlines of History;    •    D, Discourse on the study of Natural Philosopby, ir' F. W. Hetschell; Hydrostatics, by Dp. Lardoeft Treatise on Silk Manu^.ioiure; Treatise on (he .Manufacliire of PoiCcIaloatId Gtosl^ Biogrnpliy of British Statesmen; Treatise on Mechanics, by Capt. Ilowy Kator, im Rev. DL Lnrdner. Tlie above works for sale by    i ALKX’R FLASH,Á-0.5, lYcst 'nirim. Beplember 23,1833.    W A little work entitled ‘Primary Geography for Chil dren,’ by C. k II. Beeolirr, I'iitici)iiilj of ihi- Wettvrn I'emiile Institute, at Cinciimaii, ha» been placed in oiir hiiiids. As the tillo indicate», it i* devigin-d fur young cbiidren, and is writlen in that fHinili.ir ftyln wbicli it iuilvd til tbooapiieity of ynith.uiid is‘iinliellial^d’ with nninornus ei graviii;;» and^i k ven «nnill maps. 'Hie ¡d in of the worl: appear* to ii»Tb~ bejadfef.iii.», ii.nd Well calculated to engage the attention of children. Isiui eU/f A/r a/rf.^ Tbisli a very c.apiiitl little hook, 'i'tieiinihnrciscs aft' Hccompliflii'd yi.nng liiilic », wlm linve inacie tlse tnilii ii j of ycnili tlifir stii ly .m'd. I nsiiusi for several year', uot! who iiiiile to a rompetenl knowledge of the siil'ject, an ■n.‘'mate nrqnaintance witli tlie brst-m.xles of teaehing Jiildrrn. Writing bo'i»s tor ihildren is one of l!i«- moil ^cnlt, and surely one of ibe most nSetuI br.ancbis»if Sept. 17. No.. W’cst Third it. near the Post Office, tf BlBLIOTHKqi'K ClIOISIE DE LITERATURE FraN :»K)S'r IBI8ERARLE! 64'k^l8EURlMUS.” On o era»* stone, in Hn( Won JYJl ce»ler Calheilrid, is this einpbiitio inicriplion, “.Wifrrrimut;” with neither name i»vr duU', oomncnt nor text. The I..i5T>oiv LiterArv Gazette rerrtórk*, “It is tn original, furcihle, iiii<l'1iiiere«ling work.’’ The SuWDAlf Ti.MES iJiy?, “It IS written with great power, nkd fowt*-q'lenlly i* read widi tavenoiii avidity.”, Ttm Ckstmj remark*, “We have read it with feelings of sincere griil-ificiftioii.” Lo^|)o^- SIetri hoi i^Ak Temiirkv, ‘'Ttiis if the imnaibioi.cd work of » man of talent,'” For «mIr by HUBBARD dk EDMANDS. Geptcmber 20.    .    tf X Al*PI.líñ)MsTÁ'rE IMi’ROVEÜ PATFNT ^ SWL\ÍÍ5NG WASHING HA€H;M1% 1 i Cincinnati, July 22, I THE PRE311UB. JUST received a new hook entitled the í REMIUM; consiiling of elegant leleclion* frinn Ameriran and Britiib writers.    ............. i.i.M*vnu Aug. 29. NOS *¿, :í AND i IKqUE ClIOISIK DE LiTI CAISE, Select Jiibrary of Modern French Literature. This day received, hv HUBBARD &ED.AIANDS. — ALSO— Auffust number of the .A.mericaiv Jourhal of Medical Sciences.    ¡ Sept. ‘25.    (J    I ÑIÍWÑVORK7 RECOLLEÍÍTIONS OF A L APERON, ÍNniT’ED by Lmlj Diicr.-: in two volume»; just re-J ceiv- .l l)j ,    HL'BBABU ¿i LI).M.-\SDS. Machines, at 11 dollar», an I warranUd to be' ini er'oV to any in the i-iiy. It may be »een in ojwriitnHi al^Mr Henry ’* niiil lleckeivclJei’iholtls; also, at the Hoipitnl ■*S<-|>len.ber 1th ~    dt( NEW BOOKS—.iMi-tt aiTivetl,, 1AI1E Game ol Life, in I vol., b> Leitoh Ritchie ; I ^ Legends of the Rhine, in 2 wds.j Meninii» ot '*1"    Wc most cordiiHv recommend ihi*, as aj'H'HOR KA! F hv W\1 AITI FTOV at hii ftoro eop. Duke of Wellington, ill 2    “    fnl vtTort in this nobL field->fht. Monlh. Mag. | F"ir oí S-Ieel ^      —    "    .    r\.r.--    This    work    came    from    the press l;i»t week. From a “    ‘ hasty pernial, w wtmll judge it well ad ipled to give cinldrcii a general oii'.l.rie of geography. Its detaiJi »»re snliveiieil hy oecnsii.oal anecilol.», wlneb, we have no Jimht, will render it a (avorilc wiili «mr young Iriend*. I'welve map*, and nninerinis engravings, are inserte.1 in he work. It aiignis \iell for the cause of ediieaii-m in reonntry.ftiat persons of the fimsl mind*, tiro willing to consecrate their energie*, to giM> *impliei(y and alirar-¡011 to books inti i.dt .i lor cbiMteii.—Cmcomoi/./owrnoi. t'l.Nri.xNATi, Augu't 31, I63.J.    ,    ,,    , , Wo have carefully I xaiiiin»-d a Pmimry Geograptij |    I’, for Children, bv Misses C. Sc H Beet it- r, lately ¡ iihiifti ^ fllHE Subscriber respectiiilly in'i.rms his frinrfs and l)> Corey ^ Fairliaiik, ('iiii’irmiiti, and have no hesila-t | the public, timl bavins oblaioed a gencrnl liccnw lion in ext' tnling to i( our de':iile I npptoli.ilioii.    j    for the traosiaetion of liusiacsa as an Auctioneer, be baa AVe think it vvi 11 cal. ul.ilt d for iu nilendi-d pm pose of ] lakeii thai old oatabluliid sinad, N E. corner uf SixNi ‘.eaehing to i bd.lroii the iiinole eienn n!s i f I'.r.-gi iiploi al j and Main stiee's, evlensivi.-ly known a« the Gin:A S’ BRÍTAS.N IN ISÍÍIÍ. . Hubbard k EDMAND-S tn.ve )-,»(^ceived «Oreal Britnin ill 183.5,” liy .Bnhiti D’Jl .iRsey, Ex-.Mini*. ter ..t Mniine under ChailtS.X. Oetob-rl9 ’ HUBBAllU & ED.MAND8. nj:w b(K)rh ÍU3T received, Fe„ i.art Manners in America, by the aiilhiirnfCj.il Pi.o'Tilon; The Miiderr. C , ' o., .;om the Jean of Paul do Kock: The Last Amin, by Mrs Slnlley ; The Harpe’ Head, by Jiiim » Hall, Esq. Self Discipline, hi H, F, Burder, 1). D. For sale by    AI.EX’R    FLASH, Oct. 6, 1833. JYo.5, IPest Third street. DA E WOODS. BBLS. Camwood, 30 bbls. Nic trngua, 25 do. Fustic,    ' 20 do. Briizili (to, On hand, and for sale bv Sept.4.-riJ    RAMSAY & VATTIER. ugust 15. CHEAP FURNaTUilF.    ! FEYllE Rubseribcr olVcrs for cash at cost price», iiis en-; Jl. tiro stock of Household Furniture, consisting of sideboards, bureuns, high and low post bedsteads, fancy and coiiiinini chairs, ladies’ work stands, and a great va- | ricly of Mantel and Pier LOOKING GLABSES. I To )>ersons dealing in the above urticle.s, a ;(reat bar- j gain is hereby olfered, as the whole of the abovo articles , Iiavo been purchased at extremely low prices.    j T. 15 ANDKRSON, Ohio Auction Rooms, cornor Main and Sixth. ! October 17.—If.    I nn« ledge, and very cli i erfiiil^ ec. li.inciid it» II tlie ».-lniolj in oiir i-i'y. Jitenh p.. r»7/w’ Thr.olhij JTain- "I mnnd, L. .)fiitlhr::'.s‘,Sli'iihen M. Whci'lrr, lih'hiinl Mohrruj), Isaac Van Eaton, t'yru.'i Da-rrnpdrt, Edirard Dolph^.T. lU. llophin.'t, J. II. .Tohnson, John Eas/rrhroolJ I. P. Van tlagrn, F. II. Prescott, T. 0. Prneott, ndoptiun ill IT. ÍL b y g-3- oiiio At ( rio.N'nooM.M, 1 and i» preps red In rcaieive consigiuiiciits of evwv khrd of '' men iiaudine. 'Vlio utnmst cdio and attention willbegiv ' ' en to pii'inolo lUu iiileiust of uivners.    .    ! Get 1-’'    T.    I!.    ANDERSION. ^ ii.A.s Tjii'.tMvr.i) ins m-iTCE to The north side of FIV rarnorc Streets Oel. 19.    tr THE EPEVLEil:*^. JUST received. THE REl’EALKRS, r novel, in 2 vol»., by the Countess of Blessing'on. For sale hy    ALE.K’B.    F'-ASIL | No. 5, Weft Third St. near the Post Office. i Oct 22.    ‘    '<■    I j^^ENAND M.ANNERSLN AMERICA, by Colonel IfOÍÍSjmANSlJlP. JUST received, 'I’he Principie» of the Art of Modern Hurieinanship, for Ladies mihI Gt ntlemen, iil which all lata improvements are Bp|ilicd to pr.vi-tice, by M Rebuild, For»aleby    ALEX’B. FI.ASIJ; No. 5, We.i Third Sirect, near the Post Office. O’t. 22.    If MAPS! MAPS!! fJlHE inh*cribors have just received ar e supply I III pocket form and on rollers NEW U(N>KS* JU8T RF.CEIVF.D-Ek'menii of PInne and Spherical Trtgenomclry, vsilb Maihemeljcnl A'rMci, by J. K. Young, author of Annlytieal Oenmetry. Wewloi^oiter, or the Morchnnl’s Service, by the nu-(btf of tMKing*! own, Peter Simp'n, kc. The Dominie’t lo*gHcy, cnn»i*ting of n teitei u Tole*, lllustrativ'e.of the scenery and mnnners of Scut ami, t volt I2ain. Alio—Ilihliuliieqne Franonis. Faraale by    HUuBARD    k EDMANDS, Corner of Main and Columbia stracti. •a. 18. TO PRINTEIÍS. ONE half of «II exteiivivo and v.dn ih!# PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, (in Ohio, hui not in (tincin-•ali,) l« offered for aale, The ; aper isined from the o(-naa an exoelient and ex(un»ive tnbicnplion. The I* • itUing, book and job work sre also exiensive iind aalaabla, the receiptz of the piist year iiinoiiriting to ri ■ing $8000. The editor will retain bji iiilereti imd »is-tlo’i. Toa praotical prinieror a complete buiineig no 0-Ntnta|(, the abova njfcri imlnceinent rarely to be iiigt with Iff Wettarn ooiinlry. Applioaiion may he made iiaranayUmor by latter (puit paid) to (he Ldilur of the I'iMrliiiini fl of .Mitchell’s Philadelphia Maps, Among them are Mitchell’» large Map of (he U. State*, on rollen. Mitchell’s Triiveilei’s guidn through the U. Stales — Pocket form. ludiacN, Ohio, Leniucky, 'I'enneiiee, Illinois, Missouri, Arknniaw, .Michigan, A full inpply of maps from the above establiihment, will be oniiitanlly kept on bund, and tuld whole*.de Hiul retail at the Phihidelpldii prtfo». bv TRUMAN.SMITH&Co. Agmili fur (be Manuiuotnrer. Nov. 13. NEW IM>i)RS ARinVED. j^ECOND Serie* of Tom t’r'iiglo'a Log, in 2 vol*. ^ Oran the Outcast, in 2 vula, riiilips' Political Economy; Gouge nil Banking; Bell on the hand; Bridgewater Trealiao; Grund's Aatrnnatny; Picker'i Traditionary Storioa; vVonioir* of tlie Rev. Robt. Hall; Hook of t'omnierco; Oiund’i Chemialry; Mauiider’a Troaanry ofKnnwIedse, in .3 part*—ci tain* Engli*)i Dictionary, »Ve. Ac. Universal Uaxoltuor, Ac. Ac ard ( lironology of Hislniy, Ac. Ac. The Aiiioiican Almanack for 1834. For *aln by ALE Deo. 27 XANDER FLASH, No,w**t third Street. Match n. Republican. HIDES. M'yf O SUPERIOR Heavy Flint Hide». #    225 do Liglil du do. as dusta Wool Hall. INrohU. Ju»t reccivod and h r • d* hr JAMES JOHN'iON, 49 Ma|n rtrtal. NEW AND STANDAKD WDK1ÍS. ^IXHIS day received bf 1    Hl BRARn ii F.lJM.tyDS, The Work* nfSaiunel Julinsloii, L..L. D. Library of Stnniliird Lilt rifture, vuU. 1,2 and 3,he ing the Wurki of Edmund Burke, with n Memoir iq llirnn vuU. l.eUer( of Huraca Walpole, Karl of Oxfuril, to Sir Horace Mann, 2 vols, Popular ENaytuii Naval subject*, &o Jun. IB, NEW mx)Ks ARiin i:d. , JUST received, tlie Idllowiiig new pnlilication*: Pi ter Sim;ile, or Adventures of a Midvlnpman, I v.tl.; Alice Paulet, a Sequel to Sj-ileiihani, in 2 vol*.; The Mag dnlen, and other Tule», by Jame* Slierii an Knuwlcs; A Volume from the Life of Herbert Barclay. Also, II Mann d of Practical Toxicology, condensed from Hr. Ctiri»lian*s Treatue on Poison», with holes and addition», by J. T. Dncatel,, M. D, For sale bv ALKX’R FLASH, No. 5, West Third *♦. Noveniber 19, 1833.    tf IÍEFINE!) SAI/r PETÍJE. K iY KEGS refiiitil Salt Pt lre on ban'i anil fi>r*id-> by ÜU    RAMSAY & VATTIER. Nov. 25, N30W EK>OKS. lANNERSLN AMER iuillon, luiUior of Cyril Thornton, in 2 vnh. 12 ; IDO. THE RKPEAF.ERS, hv the ('nnntes* of Ble**ington. Vol. 23, LAIIDNFR’S (.’ABI.VET C’YC'LOPiEDlA. No. 6, BIBLIOTIH'QUE FU XNCAISE. This day received by^ IIUP.BARD A EDMANDS. Cormr of Mulu and Culumbi* Sti, Oct. 22.    tf JUST SilXEIVED, 4 ND nowfiir gale at Wright A Doty'g Auction Store No. 17 Upper Market St. 2 pipes Holland Gin; 2 pipes »u|)orior Brandy. They will be sold low for casli.    i Jan. 7.___________lf_    ■ N!:w HOOKS.    i "■ B K'HLIEU, a Noiel, by the author of Philip Aiigui-Ji.®/ Ins, Henry Masterton. Tlieidogiciil Library, vid». 5 and fi, being the l.ifeof! chbishnp ('raniiioi, by C. W. Le Bn».    j Set n i in Our Paii.b, liy u Ciiiintry Pur»on’» Daiighlct i Fortuleby    HUBBARD    &    ED.MANU *'i Jan. 8.    j JUST FIASSSiED.^ aubscribor oficra for sale 1. 1 very genteel four wheel Buggce, 1 do do    Hatnuche, I do do Family Coach, 1 Second hand Gig and Hnrnoa*. Alao, plated inonlding, patent leather, Ac. In progress, a ercat variety of fusbionabla Barouclic», ami a number of Poet Uoacho*. VV. HOLCOMBE. Nov. 8.    tf i:\GLISII ANNUALS. rUSTRECEIVED, ' Forget-Mo-Nol, for 1834; Juvonilu P’orgot-Mo-Not, edited by Mrs. S. (’. Hall; Portrait Album of lllnstiinug and Distinguished Personage* of the Ninctooiith Cenluary. For sale hv HUBB.ARD A EDMANDS. if ' NEW ÍSÍÍÍÍSLS EXF-EL’'Í'ED. ‘ VI.EWMJER Fl.-tSII, M ist rii.nl    near (lie I'oit Office, will iitfi r to tile rt-adilij piililic, iinint-di-I iitt'ly on tlii'iruriival, the folciwiiig new public.ilnni»: The llpmliinan of n< rne, by l.'o-iper; The (.'oiitrast, l.j Ivnl Mnigrave, R(i»coc’s l.ife- ill ‘2 V. 1*.; * ' Griffiii (111 Divine F.iiii ieiiey , Siuollcl’i Works —ill 2 v. Is.; Clialmeis on Man; Finn’s Comic Skclche*; Yankre anions: the    r»; TheStrvice Arto itI'he I i\i»il>le Gentleman; St'cmiil edil'iun of Rush’s .Meiii'OiindH ; Culvert’s Phreinilogy ; Brown's I'l cluneal Dictionary; Tall'» ofalic Ci.r ivii'ocrai; The Laughing Pliilo*o; her; 'Pile Moilrrii Cj luon, from the Jean of Paul de Rock ; The Lust Man, by Mr*. Slielley; Great Briruin in 18.13, by Baron de Hiim'ey. ' AlifO, in pr,s3, r.n;l will soon appear— The Itepeiilers, liy (be Coiinlejs ol Itlcisicgtnii; Lifht» aivl bli idows of Gi niuni Life; Tale» and Cmifetsion*, l>y Lcit' li Riiel.ie; Mugiliileii and other tale*, by 8beridali Kaowle»; Alien Brerk, by the Hiilhor nf ftie Subaltern; Gale MiiUllcloii, liy Hnr.ice S niili; Maifiicn on llie Inlirinitiei nf Genius; Aikiiii’ Memoir, of Charles II. The Dominie*’ Legacy; A idicw the S ivoyanL by the author of M.nlem Cy moll, Alio, Society aiitl Manrirri in Gicil Diituiu nnd Irelnnd, by Slewurt. Feiitember 26, I03.J    If iriST4>!lV Gt iPl'iesU'rcan ill .'iSl TiUb'r reriivcil, “The Hi*lorv nl I'rieaiimit in nii ft]/ ages and niiiion»,” bv Win llowitt. For sale by ALEX’R FLASH, Nc. 5, AVi-a I’biid it. November 6.    ' Dec. 9. SUPERIOR nrtiolo ..f Ho .l.-unx Oil, lor table me, juil received and for s ite by Ramsay k vattif.r. SUI’EftlOIl TAKLE OIL. A Jiiniiary 3. AIHIIVALOE NEW \\NUA!,M. FI3HE London Landacapo Annual f»r 1834; Ji. “ FriemUbip* Olforing for 1834; Tho Religion* Souvenir for 183»; —JLSÜ ‘Tho Token for 1833; Tho Googriipliicnl Annual for 1834. Fur *a!e by Dec, 23. ALEXANDER FLASH. No. 5, west third Street. SULENDID EN(iHAVINGS. f f ’HE »nb*criber tin* jiiai openad i box ol very nip I ENGRAVINGS, i x.< nicd in Lyieh n bv tlie mailer», Ifiim nriginal ' il- biattfd «nlijecl*. Tb# ; Ilf the fina iirl* tire re*|>eei(iillv invitad tor-.II hii ALF.X’R FLASH, AMCS'a, RICHARDS Si THOMAS M. HARD C.AS'PI.E liiitc lormed n ctq'aitiiei.ti'p 'or the Inini Helinn nf « Gcucrnl Forwarding and Commission Business, ill Ihu Town (if DAY 'I' O N, Ohio, ntuh r the firm ui 1UC1IAUÜS &. iiauoca'?»ti.k. Dec. 31.    I» Drii;;N, UlieiEaccalN, l*aiiGi<i, DíIn, lljiMcrx’, DyiT.8’ anil HIc.ncherA’ Ai'tirlcK. A LARGE and complete n»»orlmcnt of( very article ill the above line, now rucciiing, and lor vuluupun (lie iiiual aueoiii'ii. ilating leiin* by HAMSAV »V VATTIEIf, at their Drug nod Cbenin al AA'arebnn*c*, 195 ,Main, j an t »ontb wcil corner ul I'euil and Main itreit*.    i D e 27.______ ^ NGTI<’E. VIF. SRS nATFS S,- IF/ffT.WORE most rc»p«clful-iv I ly niinoniicHB to tho putilio of Cincinnati, that thoy linv# made arrangement» Ini Hiiliinioro uiul ISfcV-Oi’luans Oysters, bolli in till) *110)1 and cafíi.ler», of which article they intend here.il'tur I'o have a (JtJJVST.t.yp til PPt.Y. I Fuiiiillo* c.in bo siippliod by the dozen ojr quantity witli | TllE UíriIIODÍíllAia Ll.íaíAHY. 18 ó T. and 21 VI.I*, of the ah..vo vnitfihle work, h..nd J¿, soniely lionnd, is lonV read*' for *\|e at the HiIiktí-bei*tloie. ALulntiiro No* de|,vi red to mlLcriber» by ALF.X’K, FLaKII, Np. 5, West Tlnrd ttreel, ueor liie Pu»l Ottic*. Dee. 10. ITUS, Ui4UNi;S, lÉAISíNS. UST reeeived nml top *al«i—• «>>    40    driiin* Fig*: I r.'i»!! Pinnc»; 30 lioxci lliinYh,) 60 half dll. I Raiiii i 35 (j'laili r do. ' GEO GUllM an & CO Dej. 27.    No.    ;5,    Cun'll    St. l)ee.‘27. No. 3, West Tliltd .ireci, nciir thu l’o*t Office.' ihiu delicacy, at a< y lima, by applyingaV¡í’onl'no llouae WINDOW <iEASS. OflA *'4LFI)Mxe* « hy H), 10 by 12, |() jjy U It hy |.5uiid I’ hy III WiwU,w Gli.*, nn band and fur salu by, tliiid «truel, iiuar .Uaiii. Doc.‘33. Iiy 18 RAM3AY k VATl'ruri. HOTI’I.E GOIIIÍS. hipiri nnd for lalc by ^ BALF.8Bnp.riur Velvet Boilh. Cm k*. jint leccivcil iHOHE NEW HOOKS. I^'^nCEAVOR ril'S Nov. I* and Taiei, vol. i»(h. 4    Iicli’* 'I’lenli.e on httrriiim*, wilb plate*; Lei iiir * on GemLiI Literature, 1 .airy, A;f. by J.iiiie* Alniitguiiiury, being vid. f-1, F. I.ihrarj ¡ Siiii'la) F.veiiiiig», pari ihiril, li. ing Nil. M, Boy* iiti I dirl* Lilir iry; Tl'c Drmniicnt» Ditcoiered. bv Mury JJnghe*, be-hgvol, I9lb, K iytai.d I'lrl.-’l.ilifiry ; 'I'lo, Biiiiig III I’eail», by Ilia iiulh ir of l)*riiley, 1*1111111 Augii'iii*, Ar.; The ‘■kt tcli Book ot Fii>.lii(m, by (1^ Miitiicr* anil Datigliter.s, Ac, Til.- Down Ea'ter». Ac, Ac. by John Nenl; Aniii.iji.btc,ora Ti.lc of Aliravclnd;    * Ti e Nolo Book of II Cont.try Clcrgj man;    , Jiivl received and lur iile hv    L HUBBARD k r.D.MANDS. r et.innry 7. ■.n'vi.ii III.-* lu-i iv;k ivi ■    , FIP’/'H, Iteiirecn MairPand iSJp •ts, adjoining Mr. IFunlits\ T2JE EÍÍ5Í1TS OE WOMAN, 5>Y M.iry Wiillbioiti la't.—'usi )<vrc;vrd and farmla i P a 'cw co|o s o' the al 'o< w'*ik. An-. :50. AI.EX'. FI. iSil, No. 5. AV»*l Third it. IMHLOl H OlDiAN. rS’vlIF, iiihs' iiljer olferi lor sale a »npcri"r tnUed Pap. i lour Organ, witli seven haiel», (‘.xerntnig Sixty. Oi.e piece» nf Mii-tr; Tioi in.trnineiit j* wertby tba attention of luaslCT» tif Steam hnula, to the cnbia of ooa of lyhicti ii wi.iiid ben df*!riihle. npper.dnge. ^ AI. F X' R F lljA SI I, No. 6, W> M Third »t, Ocihber 19.    near    the    Povt Offiro. S! IEA H ING .H ACT I IN IK DEWEY’S I'ati-iit Shearing Machine* furtala siFtke F office lit the ('incinnati Mnatiinc Card Manufactory, corner ol .Main 8( I'earl alreet*, up «lair*. A. C. BROWN, Agent. ('in. Nov. 5. MUSIC STMKIE, STOLEN. 4 ROUT ten d iy« ago on* el the light fingered gew-.m ti^v, who inl'eit niir ntv, tarried iff n MlfelC 81OUL. from tlie auclion looia eornar of Six|ji k Main Street*. Slumld any per»on lur* |Wirolia»ad an artide. nf the kiinl, exri-pl at a n giihir wara-ruom, they will I'oiiter H favor, bv informn g tlie »nlw«ribar. 'The ofjoct of thi* notice, i» not tn ironhle the inndrcnt purcbatef, but that the thief may be deten'» I. I'HOS. B. ANDERSON, AucWawiec. March, 11th.    , C'oÉiée, llrniidy, l.oat’-ffHvsni'y Tea bag* llavuiia Coffie; 6 hall pipe*,! 75 blilJ. Lout‘^ngat; ‘*0 halt chcili Y. II. Tea; I pip»; Gilt; k bid* "Id Monetijftlichi Whínkcy. ForiHli’hy    GEO.    GÜR.M    V.N    t    CO, i- Duo. 27.    No.    3,Canal ál. MUSTAHI) YINEGIK. , J UNDERWOOD ha* remored hi* fflora to 3Q» • I'etil sinot, whtre ha will keep eonalanlty tiof tidtiil, Mo*tet(t, Vinegar, Lis on 18yiui> o'KETCHUrS.    '    ' Uincii.naii, Dee. 7, 1833. 4 fcir y EOH S IEE OR RENT. VPIIINTIA (Í OFFICE oontaluing ■ hrgn earisty of Jiili Type, of ovurv doacriptian; ona Uiwt mte fltai». berry Rreti; Vlwniie; Rule*; i)*«ii0*; Laiufi») Ptrnitaes, / b< Ac. «I-C- ,,v. Tlw above eslablwlimvtd wilj b* renltdi «up very nioduratu term*, or tho type will b« told by AgR fuiiiit*. a i‘ For furlltor particular* apply at thisefllcs. Jan. 29.    g, OIL OI’ YITROI»* Carboy* el Oil Vitiol nii band for »nle by RAMSAT k VATTIER. Miifpb 21. Dsoeutl 21. March :i, RAMSAY A VATTIK^R. , y^AiNlvS FOR SALF. AT THIS OFFICE. ( , F. DOY( F», I> E*IDLN'r DEN riS r, cii Filth ilrsd, batwrsn Iti Main and Sycaitorf. March 3. BOOK ANI> JOB n» svaat nfurxivvioir, AVst/y and promflltf' KXWIT1,P, AT TB* OVTie* OK , Rlíl*UBf»>rAN» U WeM cwdAnatm ■

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