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6 May 1834

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The Daily Cincinnati Republican And Commercial Regeister (Newspaper) - May 6, 1834, Cincinnati, Ohio AND COMiriERCIAl, REGISTER. PRINTED AND PEDEISRED.BN JARE8 AEEEN «L RICDARD D18NEN-—CINCINNATI, OBIO. 1 TUESDAY MORNING MAY 6, 1834. OKUIS TOOTH WASH \ JpOR clennaing ftnil preieving the Teeth and Gnro«, and purifjing the Breath ¡—prepared entirely from vegetable] uibit»nce«, and is highly approved, and re* commended by Physicians and Dentists of the first respectability. Just received and for sale by RAMSAY & VATTIER. Janiinry 25. PIAI^O-rOUVi: FOR SALE. At the Ohio Auction RoomA, corner of Main and Sixth Street, on excellent toned Piano-Foite can be obtained at a very low price. T. B. ANDERSON, October l9.    Auctioneer. COOPER’S NEW NOVEL. JUST received, “THE HEADSMAN," a new novel in two vols, by Cooper. For sale by ALEX’R FLASH, C VRPlilNTER’S CHEMICALS, &C. COMPOUND Extract Sarsaparilla “    “    Buclm “    \    “    of Saraaporilla, Cubeba and Co-1 paiva    ] Precipitated Extract of Bark Extract of C ninine “ Nu^Vomica Oil of Cantharidin “ Senapino    ' “ Black Pepper “ Copaiva “ Cubeba Saratoga Pewdera Citrated Kali Solidified Copaiva Red Bark f cable FRENCH WORKS. T 103T. 1 I^OYAGE du Profeaseur Pallas dana plusicura provin- No. 5, VVeat Third street, near tho Post oflico. Nov. 1st,133. LAW LIBRARY. JUST received, “A Practical Treatise on tho Law cnn-cernirig Lunatics, Idiots, and persons of unsound mind, with an Appendix of the Statutes of England, Ire-anil, and Scotland, relating to such pers ins, ami prece dents and bills of costs. By Leonard Shi Ifonl, Esq. o^ the Middle Temple, Barrister at Law.” For sale by ALEX. FLASH, No. 5 West Third street, near the Post OflTicc. No 2, gTRlCTURES ON THE CASE OF EPHRAIM K. AVERY.—Just received from Rhodo Island, “Stric-tures on the case of E. K. Avery, by Aristides.” For aale by    ALEX.    FLASH, No. 5 West Third-it. near the Post Office. Nov. 2. DISSOLUTION. '#M1HE Partnership heretofore existing between Dick-JL inson k Williamson, was dissolved on the 5lh of ctober, by mutual consent. Mr. Dickinson will con-, Due tho business.    S.    S. DICKINSON, G. T. VV1LLLÁMS0N. October 29, 1833. NEW NOV El.. DELORAINE, ill 2 volsjby William Goodwin, author of Caleb Williams; for sale by ALEX. FLASH, Aug. 30.    No.    5,    West    Third    St. ACT! N<i FL A VS, I .TOR sale by ALEX’R. FLASH, No. 5, West Third . street, near the Post Olfice— The Hunchback, V The Wife, Ch.Trles the II. The Gamester, Mazeppa, Innkeeper of Abbeville, Amateurs and Actors, The Review, or Wag of Windsor, Chprry and Fair Star, Forest of Boiidy, P’lyiug Dutchman, ^    Blue    Devils, Evadne, Sleep Walker, Biutiis, Damon and Pythias, i’ortune’s Ffrrtic, The Inviixfibles, Aladdin/ Honest ji'hivps. Fish ciii ol Water, Virginius, Speed the Plough, School for Scandal, Mountaineers, Sweetheats and Wives, .Masanicllo, Don Giovani, Francis the first, Fazio, SpoiPd Child, Padlock, ico.&c.&e. uy 31, 1834.    _ Calysaya Bark Chloride Chloride of Soda, Sept. 30 On hand and fur sale by RAMSAY & VATTIER. ces de L'Erapire do Russio, ol dans L'Asie tepten-tuinale, in !) vols., with atlas and plates; Voyage dans L’Hemisphero austral, et autour da monde, in 111 vols., with plates; Voyage de La Perouse, aulnur du Monde, in 2 vols.; Voyage dans La Haute Pensylvanio, el dans L’Etat do New York, par un membro adoplifdo la nation Oneida. Traduit et public par I'aulour des Lottres.D'iin Culliva- tcur Americain, in 2 vols.; Mos Rcvcricr, a bound manuscript. For sale by ALEX’R FLASH, ffo. 5, Jf’est Third ilrtet, near the Post Office. Oct. 12, * •    If AVANTEI) ^ wish to employ^ young man, well qualified to Cli.TScneiV Politic.Tl Ei'onomy. LTRE.A riSE on Puhtical F.conoiny. in connexion with the Vloral State anil Moral Prorpecl» of Society; by Thos. Chalmers, 1). I) ; this day received bv Nov. 8.    HUBBARD    k    EDMANDS. LAAV ROOKS. y UST Received by HUBBARD & EDMANDS. Corner of Main and Columbia streets. Kent’s Commentaries, 4 vols. Russell on Crime, 2 vols. Maildock’s ChancerysS voir. Story’s Com. on the Constituiion, 3 vols. Vesey’s Reports, 22 vols. Chitty’s Blaekstone, 2 vols. Stnrkie on Evidence, 3 vols. Chilly on Contracts, Conklin’s I'reaiise, Ohio Condensed Reports, Indiana Reports, Illinois Report*, Chitty on Bills, Norris’ Peake, Saunders on Pleading and Evidence, 2 vols. Tidd’s Practice, 2 vols. Coiidciiaeil Chancery Reports, 3 vols. History of Ohio Canals, WiHlaiiis on Executors, Wentworth on do. Bridgman’s Digest, 3 vols. Laws on Pleading, Toller on Ex- cutors, Fnihlarque’s Kijuily, Ameiicaii Dig'St, 2 vols. Story’s Pleading, &c. &c. &c. Aug. 28. take charge of a Drug Store in this city, and who is disposed to devote his attention lo business, and make hiiiiBclf useful to his employers. To ono possessing these qualifications and can Come well recoiuincndcd, a liberal salary will he given by s    RAMSAY    &    VATTIER. Oct. 7.    tf TO l.ET. CONVENIENT FRAME DWELLlN’-O HOUSE, with six rooms, and a pleasant yard,situate on the *nuih side of Seventh street, and East of Broadway.— Rent ^120. Apply lo the subscriber on Broadway, ong door South of Seventh street. EEEN B. REEDER. Sept. 26,1833.    tf FURMTI RF CAR. [THE subscriber takes this luolliod to inform his friends and the citizens jMiicrally, Jhat he has procured a of moving Car for the purpose of moving Furniture of every des cription, ho also has a man employed to attend to tho same, who will take down and pul up Furniture, if rc-mieslcd. All orders left at his Furniture Ware Room, East Fourth Street, will be promptly attended to. W. HAWKINS. October 8.    if. CHARLFS SCAR BOROUGH, FOnWARDL\G Aj\D COMMlSSWJf MERCllAXT; PuHTaMouTH, Ohio. rjTHE Subscriber ha* opened a Porwanling and Com mission House in Purtsmoulh. HeJjei taken a larze Fire PronfV/Htc House, convenient lo the Canal and Steam Boat Landings, vthere the most prompt and faithful attention will be given to all business with which he may bo favored. CHARLES SCARBOnOUGIl. Refer to J. Lawhknce k Co.    _    j,    ,, GnirriN &■ Lucke*. <    _ Portsmouth, June lO. 1833. NFW PUBLICATIONS. fyNIlE Modkiiw CvMON, 2 vds. NFW IKMIKS. rrUST RECEIVED-Eiigland and lho English, by P E. T,. Bulwer, Wild Sports of tlio West, ^'J’ho Abbess, by Mrs. Trollop Mary of Burgundy, by G. 11. P. .lames Dick on the iinprovo'mcnt of society by the diffusion of Knowledge For sale by ALEXANDER FI.ASH, Oct. 1,    No.    5,    West    Th.nl    3t. w. GARDEN SEEDS. y,|^ERCHANT3 in tho country, and others, who may The Last Man; by Mary \V. Sbc¡cy,authof o kcnslein; A new.tranilution of tho Hebrew Prophets; by George R. Noyes; 2 vols; ’ Tho Contrast, a novel; by the author of Matilda; 2 vols;    /orsale by HUBBARD Si EDMANDS. October 4. 1833.    ■* AllSS'BEIXHERS’ (¿EOGHAPHY For Uliildreii, * NEW BOOKS! rjpiIB .Naval officer, in 2 vu|s, by the aatlior of Simple; The Domiaie’i Legaey, t vols. by A. P<ekw| Mrs. Willanla Journal and LeUen from Ftmm odF Great Britain, I vol. Jay’s Di*c<iiir*es and Prayers, I voL * Gospel Seeds, by Rev. C. Malan. AlfSO, Young’s Elements of Flaiie ami Si^ierioBf Wffaoim elry, wifh the M..theroaticalT»bles,reWsed wid corrected, by J, For sale by ^ ON Rif improved plan, with elcyen and nnmcr-0U» F.iigravingsfourth edition; just piildisbAd, N Kv and for sale, hy Sept. 11. CUREY k FAIRUAN I8C, Main A'tet. (J^ll has been about three months since (he first edi-lion of this work was | iihlished. Since that time,/uur editions have been disjiosej of, and the Ji/lh is now in pres*. ^lYlJE Subscriber respecHuIly informs bis Town and A Country friends and the public, that he has jii*t re- _ wish to keep an assortment ol firtsk andgenvine GARDEN SEEDS for iiile, can be furnished at the Agricultural WareI.ouse and Seed Store, No. 23, Lower Market Street, Cincinnati, with boxes of various sizes, uonlaitiing a complete assortment of SEEDS mostly used in a Kitchen Gaiden, at as liberal a discount as oiiii be procured in the Western Country. They are neatly put up, on a new plan, in papers, sealed, ready for retailing, with printed directions on each package, for its raan!igemciit,und every sort warranted to be of the first quality /tv Also, Fiirrnprs, Gardners, and others, supplied at básale and retail, by S. C PA IKHURST. who Feb. 1. 183.1. IIVG El AN HI E D1UIN E.S. fJTllE subscriber informs the public, that be has been • TH12 IN VIS1BLI2 G ENTLEHIAN. Anew work in two volumes, for salo by HUBBARD & EDMANDS. October 17.     JL appointed SOLE AGENT for the dispos il of the above celebrated Medicines throughout tho Slates of Ohio an.l Indiana. Ho is also invested with full power to take possession of all good, and medicines, and to collect all debts, whether by bill, bond, hook account, cash hr otherwise, belonging (o Horatio Shepherd Mont, which were lately in the possession of, and contracted with Augustus Jocei.vn, deceased,late of Cincinnati, Ohio. The subscriber, therefore, cautions all persons from selling any of the above menlioned goods or me.licines, within the States aforesaid, unless legally authorized as his sub-agent; and fion: purchasing the iameirom,or paying any monies any persons whomsoever, except the subscriber or siib-agents, n« he will hoW all others personally responsible. He hereby requests all-persons who have contracted with said Jocelyn, assnb-agen’s for the sale of the above medicines, or who are individually iiiilehted fur the same, hy note, book account, or otherwise, to Sc-(tie with the snbscriber, as Agent for H. S. MnuS, and n. he .bnll itiIJFmplny sub-ageiltS for thc sale of said mediciues, he wilr be disposed to continue suck as have been engaged in the business, provided they 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 k Son, Main Street, between Fourth and Filth Streets ,Cinoinuati, Ohio. WILLIAM DISNEY. Cin. July 17, 1833. NEW BOOKS. JUST received, “A Sub OLern’s Furlongh,” _ live of scenes in vations pa. ts of tho United States Upper and Lower Cunada, New Brunswick and Nova 8 'utia, during the summer and autumn of 1832; by E. T. Coke, Liiiit. of the 45lh regiment; Memoir of the Life au'.l mprisonmenl of Silvio Pellico*; Translated by Tho*. Roscoe; Seventh V'ol. of Miss Edgeworte’s Novels nnd Talcs; Beoond Vol.of Ellis’ Polynesian Researches; For sale bv    ALEX’R    FLASH, Oct. 29. No. 5, West Third street. TO IsET. F^WO very convenient lirick Dwelling Houses on 5lh -ft. itreet. Nov, 30. PERIODICAL IJBRARY, VOL. HI. rilHE 1st, 2d and 3d Nos. of the above work arc now I. ready for delivery. It contains the Life of Sir MORE NEAV B<K)KS, . riROM the press of J. & J. Harpers, New York. The Abbess, H romance, by Mrs Trollope. Wild Sports of the West, by the author of “Stories of Waterloo.” England imd the EngUsli. by E. L. Bulwer. dy; ir-t^e Revolt of Ghent, by O. Mary of Burgundy 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    ifreet. IVUliam O. Berrif, BEI.L AND BRASS FWNDER, East Front St. hi tween Pih'C ond llutlfr^ Respectfully Umnks his friend* and the public for the patronage they have bestowed, and .hopes for a conlinnaiiec of favors. The busineis wili hcreuí.-ter be conducted under the firm of PARKER & BERRT. They have put the establishment in complete order for doing the following work: BELLS,of any size not exceeding thirty hundred; Soda Pump, nnd Salt-well Joints; Brass and Composition Boxes for machinery; Globes, Cylinder & Guage Cocks. Still Cocks, Rivets, and Solder; Slop Cocks, Soda and Small Cocks; Gnrt and Stove Mountings. All kinds of fashionable TUR.MN^in Brass or Iron. All orders committed to their charge will receive punctual attention, and be done in the neatest inanni r. ^^The^ highest price given for old Brass nnd Copper. turned from tho East, and has made extensive additions to his Book, Stationary ic Hlusic Store, AlU OIROULATINO LIBRAR7, No. 5 Wcif Third Street, between Main Street and the Post Office; And will cnntinue to receive regular supplies of the most popular works in every department of Literature, Arts, and Sciences. Also, now and popular MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRUM ENTS, and a variety ofu«elul FANCY ARTICLES. He will, as Agent, receive subscriptions for the f.dlowing popular periodicals: The Mu'f-um of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, The Novelist’s Magazine, The Lady’s Book, Greenhaiik’s Periodical Library, The Christian Library, The Chri‘ti«n Observer, The Penny Vlagnzine, Thc Law idbrnry, The Courier des Elats Unis, Wuldie’s Select Circulating Library, &o. &o. Also, Orders received for every description of Matlicmuti-cal Instruments, and Philosophical Apparaln*. ALEXANDER FLASH. July 24, 1833.    94lf The following nrn amwng the nilmerous testimonials with which (he publishers have been politely furhimcd. From Mr. Tueusdei.í., Printipnl of the Young Ladie's .Academy,nf Ciiwinnati. Mesiri. CoaEY & Faikuank:-tMi»s Beechers' Geography for Children is a valuable book. It has ail the I'sse nnd liraphcity of Parley’s GeographyC In these Icoiiun nnd arrangi'^nt of matter, it is greatlvjupciior (0 it. I shall introduce it into my Primary ST^ol im mediatelv. Respeclfuj^,    A.    Treusdilu May 13,1833.    ^    0 From Rev. J. BlCas, Proft ssor in Lang^minary. Gskcinnati, Jufy 26,1833. Mc*»ri. Corey k Faihbami—Gentlemen;-Miss Beechers’ Geography for children is, in my npiniun,a very obvionximprnvement npon all preceding works of a sira liar de/ign. It \\ enriched with a ctioice variety Of mater, judiciously atraiigerl, and the whole coyrveyml ina style and mannet happily suited to interest tlt£ yoolhriil mind. I wish yon nhundant succe'is iu its er/teiisive cir culation.    Yours,    Xro. ^    J.    Riggs. A little work, entitled ’Primary GeogVaphy for Chil (Iren,’ b^ C. k H. Beecher, Principals of Western Jan. 18. 0. William*. ALEX’R. FLA8B, No. 5, West Third St Mt 1834.' JOHNSTON’S SCRAPS,No. 5, for 1894;—i»whMk is innliided Fiddle D.'D. being a leriet of Wmtr»* lion* to “Obter.ationi on the U. S. and Can>tkU** ^ Rov Isaac Fiddler.    y' Just receiveit, per mail, • few copien. HUBBARD Ic EDM/MIRA February 3.    . LARDNElt Cabinet Cycloj History of England, by SirlciUcMaobito^t Histcsry of Scotland, by Sir Waller Srattl rl.iU IR. \ J History of Franco, b? Rov. Eyre Evans Crown: IlistYy of the Nelhorlafidi, by T. C. Grattan, Elf Histm’y of Spajn and Portugal; History of Switzerland History'^of the Italian Repnblics, by Siaraondli Outlines of History; Diacourse on the study of Natural PltUoaoaliT, b F. W. Hetschell; Hydrostatics, by Or. Lnrdner; Treatise on Silk Mannfaciure; Treatise on the Manufacture of Poreebiinaad Ohwf} Biography of British Stalesaien;. Treatise on Mechanics, by Capt. iieiirjr KnUr, an Rev. Dr. Lardner. The above works for sale by ALEX R. FLASH,.Vo. 5, lYest mritt, September 2^1,1833. NiCW BOOK8—Ju8t arrived, fJTHE Game of Life, in I vol., by Leiich Ritchie; thc Legends i)f (he Rhine, in 2vol*.; Memoii* of the Duke of Wellington, in 2 vols. by Cspf. Shencr; for sale by    ALEXANDER    FLASH, No. 5, West Thud it. near the Post Office. Sept. 17.    tf Female Institute, at .Cínciiiiiali, bus been placed in our hands. As the title iiidicales, it iif desigiied (or yoniig cliildieii, and is wtillen in that farh^hitr style which is >uited to thoowpucily of yoiilli, and iv^imtheiliaheil’ with iiuincrout ciigruvines and clevrn small iiiif^. Th^ilan of the work nppeari to us to be judicious, uod well calculated to engage (lie attention of children. Lauí.i'UU He) aid. This is a very capital little biHik.. The authoresses are Hccoflqihshcd young ladies, who Iwc iiiado the tuition of y(?ui|i their sillily and l)U8Ínes*fi\ several year*, and who unite to a competent knowledge of the siibjwt, an intimate Hr(|iiaintaiice with the best modes of leacliing children. Writing bomts for rliddren is one of the most difficult, and surely one of thc most useful branches ol authorship. We most cordially recommend this, ns.,a successful effort in this noble field.—/f’eir. Month. .I/a, They build small Steam Engines, on an improved plan. LEVI PARKER, WM. G. BERRV. Cincinnati, July 22, 1833.    w549tf ture. NG8 á, 3AN:>4 rr.quE CiiorsiE df. Lfxi cAi.ss;, Select J.ibrary of Modero French Lilcra- íThF BlBI.IOTHF.qUE Cll'orSIE DE LfTERATURE FraS- ^jp .........    (9..    I    :i______ -i*    Il'irAn/vIi    T    t    tni>a    _    ' This day received, hv HUBBARD & EDMANDS. —ALSO— .August number of tho AuERtcAX Journal of Medi-CAi Sciences. Sept. 25.    '    tj NEW WORK. ; Bl2r4)I4J24 TIONS OF A C API2UON, TL^DITEI) by Lady Darre; in two volumes; just re-ceived by    HUBUABÜ    k    EDMANDS. uguit 15. THE I’KEMIUM. JUST received a new book entitled the PREMIUM: consisting of elegant selections from American iiid British writers.    HUBBARD & EDMANDS. Aug. 29. NEW BOOKS JUST received, f*cn and Manners in America, by the author of Cyiil ruornlon ; The Modern C r"'o;i, .’'-om Ihn Jean of Paul de Kock; The i.nsl Mni., by Mrs, Shi llcy ; The Harpe’ Hcnd, by James Hall, Esq. Self Discipline, hy H, F. Burder, 1). D.f For sale by    ALEX’R    FLASH, Oct. 6, 1833.    JVo.    5,    ff'est    Third    ,tnet. CHEAP ITIilMTUKE. FJTHE subscriber offers for cash at cost prices, his en- BOOKS UOK SALE. Bishop IlEBER’S.Travels in India; Sketcheiof a Tour lo the t.ukesby Dugald Stewart;Darwin’s ZooEomia, aniHJutaiiic Garden; Prioe’s Dissertations; Esray on the Mechanism of the Microcosm, or the de-peiidance of Effects upon their causes; The wonders of tne Human body, with plates; Literary, moral, and Philosophical Essays, by Dr. Rush; Volney’s view of the U-nited States of America; Dr.Godmun's addresses on various Public occasions ¡The Philosophy of Human Nature, DYE WGOD8. I BBL.S. Camwood, 30 bbls, Nicaragua, 25 du. Fustic, 20 do. Braziletto, Od hand, nnd for sale bv Sept.4.-[(j    RAMSAY    &    VATTIER, tiro stock of Household Furniture, consisting of sideboards, bureaus, high and low |>0Rt bedsteads, fancy and common chairs, ladies’ work stands, and a great varied of Mantel and Pier LOOKING GLASSES. 'l^^o persons dealing in the 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.—tf. This work came from the press last week. From hasty perusal, we would judge it well adapted to give children ii general outline of eengraphy. Itsrietails are aniivened Ky nccnsioiíLl anecdnlrs, which, we have no Joiiht, will render it a-wvorite with our young friends. Twelve map*, and iiumeriiiis engravings, are inserted in he work. It augurs well for the cause of education in rcniinlry, that persons of the fiin sl minds, are willing to jonsecrale their energie*, lo give simplicity and alir»r-ion lo buoksiiiteuded lor children. — Cincinnati Journal. Cincinnati, August 31, 1833. We have carefully examined a Primary Geography for Children, by Missel C. k H. Beecher, lately puhlish-by Corey ft Fairhank, Cincinnati, an(fhuvc no hesitation in cxli-nding (o it onr decided approbation. We think it well calculated for its intended purpo«« of ‘.e.aeliitig lo < liildren llie siuudc elements of (íeograplnral nowlerlve, and very cht eerfully leconiiuend its adoption d (he II liuuls in nur city. Jacob It. Wyman, Timothy Ham'') mond, L. Matthews, Stephen M. Wheeler, Richard Morccraft, Isane Van Eaton, Cyrus Davenport, Edward Dolph, J, TF. Ilopkitui, J. TF. Johnson, John EasterbroolJ I. P. Van Hagen, F. ir. Prescott, T. 0. Prc^ott,^ =• re MOST MISERABLE! ‘ 44"^ CISEUKI.MUS.” On-a grave stone, in theWor-IvJ. cesler Calheilral, is this emphntio iDScriptían, “JtfMsrrtniui;” with ueither Dalhc «or dale, eomnwt nor text. i the Iaindon Lite(J.ry Gazettí remarks, ‘’It ia .M original, forcible, uiul'tnlerestiiig work.’’ The SuRoir Times says, “It is written with great power, and cookB* qiiriitly is rend wirh ravenous nviility.” The CitfTte remarks, “We havúyevd it with leehngt of sincere graU. ificntinii.” London METRnpoi.jTAn remark*, ”Tbia i* the impassiuned work of a man of talent.” For lale bj HUBBARD & EDMAN03. • September 20.    tf Am* J. ^yiTLETON’S LATE IMPKOVJBD PATE.MT SAVINGING WASHING xlLiCHINES, For SALE, by WM. APPLETON, M M* »tore, corner of Mam itreet and Court House *q«Hre«No. 1 Machines, at 14 dollar*, and wrirrniited lo be tepeiier to any in the city, I( may be *een in operali«‘*o •• Hcnry'innd Heckewelder’*hotel*; al*o,at the Seiflember 18. GREAT BRITAIN IN 1833. nUnHARl) k EUVIANDShave Mlit received ”G*e«t Britain in 1833,” by Haron D lluutier, Ex-MiUM* Irr ákf /Vlarines tin.In»    V    * ter of Marine under Charles X. October 19, NOTICI2.- THEanbecrilier respectfully informs his friends tad the public, that having obtained a general license for the tranaaction of business as an Auctioneer, be baa taken that old established gland, N. E. corner of Sixth and Main streets, extensively known as the OHIO AUCTION ROOMS, and is prepared lo receive coiisignmenta of every bi«d o| merchandise. The utninslcare and attention will bo wi* en to promote thc intcYost of owners. '    T.    B.    ANDERSON. ttorroR ciaAlRiísoii HAS RK.MOVKD IH8 OFFIc/to The north side of FIFTH, between .Nnin and Sw-camorc Streets, adjoining Mr. liurdus\ THE El*EAIsl2RS. JUST received, THE REPEALERS, a novel, in 2 TiCEA\ |5lftGKS EXPEÍTED. AI.EXANI^ER flash, \Vcsf’4'hird ilrcet, ucnr the Post Office, will offer lo the/én^ling vol*., by the Countess of Blessington. For*alcl.y    ALEX’R,    FLASH. No. 5, West Third St. ncur the Post Office. Oof 22,    tf HOR8EMANSHH». JUST received, The I’rinciples of dm Art of Modern Walter Raleigh; Faintingi and Painters ot Italy; and Au'.oo graphy of Jonn Galt. *    ALEX’R FLASH, No. 5, Weat Third street, near the Post 0/fice. Dec. 31.    _ IIVBIMliD It KD.n\NDS VE rocaivcil the following new BOOKS:— Bell on the Hand; Tho Duchess of Uerri in La Vendee; Waldemnr, by W.H. Harrison, Eiq. Landscape Annual,for 1834; Forget Me Not, for 1834; Token and Atlantic Souvenir. December 27. by J. Buchanan; Paley’s Theology, illuslraled with pla " Horsemanship, fur Ladies and Gentlemen, in which all late improvements are applied to practice, by M Sc-band. Fogshleby    ALEX’K.    FLASH, No. }f, West Third Street, near the Post Office. Oct. 22.-    If ate*; Brown’s Pliydolngy of tho Human mind;. Priestly’. Evidenot'S, 2 Voli; Elements of Coiicholngy, by Burrows; The Dialogues of Devils, by Rev. John M‘Tow I’ini; Molerii Chivalry, aonlainiiig the adventures of a Captain and Tea,tie O’Ragan, hi8.servaiit; Smollett’s: Works, new Edition, complete in twh vols. Also—Young’s F.lementi of A'lalylical Geometry,re vised and corrected hyjohn D. Willium*. ALEX. FLASH, No 6, Weil Third St. Nov. 29, 1833.    « NEW B(H)KS ARRIVED. JUST received, the following new publications: Peter •r e supply NEW IKKIKS. \ UST received Madden on the lufiimii in ? vols. Lights and Shadows of German Life. Canterbury Tole*, iu 2 volumes. By Sophia and Har-etLee. For sale by    ALEX,    FLASH, Deo. 4.    No.    5    West    Third    street. NEW IIOOK8. JUST RECEIVED-Elements of Plano and Spherical Trigenomelry with Malhemetical Tables, by J. K. Young, author of Analytical Geometry, Newton Foster, or (he Merchant’s Service, by (beau ghr r of tho King’s own, Peter Simple, kc. The Domiitie’s Legacy, consisting of a lertei ( Tales, illustrative of the soenery and aauneri of Soot • ml, 2 vols. l2mo. Also—Hihliolhcqne Franonfs. For Mlc by    HUBBARD    k    EDMANDS, Corner of Main and Columbia streets. an. 18. TO PKINTEaiS. NE half of an extensive and valuable PRINTING CVESTABLISHMENT, (in Ohio, but not in Cincin- oatl,) I* offered for sale. The paper issued from the of. i nu an excellent and extensive subscription. The *' ' itiiing, bonk and job work are niso extensive and r' ' itiiing, bona ana joo wora are niso exiensive am Viluable. the receipts of the past prear amounting to ri iing tOOOO. The editor will retain bis interest nnd station. To a practical printer or a complete busineia ao oiunlant, the above offers inducement rarely, lo be met with in lire Western oonnlry. Apidioation may he made norsontlly or by letter (post paidj to Ciiwinnati Republican I the Editor of the March 22. MAPS! MAPS!! The sohscrlbers have just rmeived of Mitchell’s Philadelphia Maps. Among them aro Mitchell's liirge Map of the U. State*, on roller*. Mitchell'* Traveller’* guide through the Ü. States— Pocket form. IndiaCR, Ohio, Lentucky, Tcnneitee, lllinoii, Missouri, f Arkoiiiaw, Michigiin, A full supply of mups from the nbove establishment, will be oonitanlly kept On hand, and suld wholesale and retail at the Philadelphia price*, by TRUMAN, SMITH & Co. Agent* fur the Manufacturer Nov. 13. Simple, or Adventure* of a Midshipman, I v.d.; Alice I’aiilet, a Sequel to Sydenham,in 2 vols.; 1'he IVlag dulen, and other Tules, by James Shcriilan Knowles; A Volume from the Life of Herbert Barclay. Also, a Maim il of Practical Toxicology, condensed from Dr. Christian’s Treaiiie on Puisnns, with miles and additions, by J. T. Ducutel, M. D. For sale bv ALEX’R FLASH, No. S, West third st. November 19, 1833.    tf JIJEN and manners in AMERICA, by Colonel liimillon, author of Cyril Thornton, in 2 vols. 12 THE REPEAÍ-F.RS, by the Cniintcii of Ble?*ineloii. Vol. 23, LARDNER’S CABINET CYCLOPiEDlA, .No. e.BIULIOTHEQUE FRANCAISE. This day received by HUBBARD k EdAiANDS. Corner of Main and Golumbia Sts. Oct. 22.    tf JUST RE(4:iVED, And now for sale at Wright &. Doty's Adteiion Store No. 17 Upper Market St. 2 pipes llolland Gin; ri:eined salt petri-l In pocket form and on roller* KEGS refined Salt Petr* on hand ami for sale by «JU    RAMSAY & VATTIER. Nov. 25. JUST ITMSHIT). ^NIIE lubacriber offcra for aalo NEW 1MH>KS ARRIVED. I^ECOND Serial of Tom Cringle * Log, in 2 vol*. Oran tlio Outcast, in 2 vol*. Philips' Political Economy; Gouge on Banking; Boll on the hand; Bridgewater Treatise; Grund'i Astronomy; Picker'* Traditionary Stories; A/omoir* oftha Rev. Robt. Hall; Book of Commerce; Giuml'e Chqmislry: Maunder’* Troaaiiry of Knowledge, in 3 parts—oon-lain* English Dictionary, tVo. Universal Gaiotloer, &o. &o ard Chronology of History, k.o. Ac. The Amoiican Almaniok for For sale by ALEXANDER FLASH, Dec. S3    No.    6,    wsst    tliird    Slrset. HIDES. SUPERIOR Heavy Flint Hides. 740 225 do Light* do do. to doMD Wool Hftt*. Juit fcoelvod and for ««I# bi Mkfcbli JAMES JOHNSo/, 40 Main lUMt. NEW AND STANDARD WORKS. 1XHIS day reocjved hy RURBARD U KDM.WDS, The Work* orSuiuuel Johaiion, L. L. U. Library of Standard Literature, vols. 1,2 and 3, ho-ing the Work* of Edmund Durke, with a Memoir in three vols. Letter* of Horace Walimle, Earl of Oxford, to Sir Horace Mann, 2 vol*. Popular Estay* oa Naval iub|eot*, lu¡. Jan. 18. very genteel four wheel Buggce, 1 do do    Barouche, 1 do do Family Coach, 1 Second hand Gig and Harnes*. Also, plated moulding, (latont leather, Ac. In progroa*, a great variety of faaliionabla Barouches, *nd a number of Post Coaches. W. HOLCOMBE. Nov. 8.    tf 2 pipes superior Brandy. They will bo sold low for cash. Jan. t tf NEW B(N)KS. RICHLIEU, a Novel, by the author of Philip Augustin, Henry Musterton. Theoiogicnl Library, vol*. 5 and 6, being the Life of chbishop Cranmer, by C. W. I.o Ba*. Scrnrsin Our Parish, by a Country Piirmn’s Daughle'' For .ale by    HUBBARD    A    EDMANU Jan. 8. SUPERIOR TARLE OIL. A SUPERIOR article of Bordeaux Oil, for tablo iiir, ju«t received aud fur sale by Ramsay k vattier. January 3. ENtHJSH ANNUALS. JUST RECEIVED, Forget-Me-Not, for li<34; Juvenile Forget-Me-Not, edited by Mrs. R. C. Hall; Portrait Album of liliistrioua and Diatinguiahed Peraonagcs of the Nineteenth Centuary. For sal* by HUBBARD A EDMANDS. Doc. 9.    If puldic, immediately on their arri^l, the folfovtffug nflV |iublicutiniis; Thc Hciirhman of Berne, by Cooper; The Contrast, by Eail Mulgrave, Rtiscoc’s Life- in 2 vols.; Griffin on Divine Efficieucy, Sraollet’i AVorks—in 2 vols.; Cbiilmeii on Man; Finn’s Comic Sketches; Yankee among the NiiUifi. ri; The Service Afloat ¡'A Pbc invisible Ocntlcmao; Second edition of Rusli’s Mcmoiaiiilii;    ^ tjilvcrl’sPlirenoloyy; Urowii’iTechnical Dictionary; Tales of the CHravan^erai; Thu Laughing Philosopher; Thc Modern Cywion, from thc Jean of Paul de Kock; Thc Lrfst Man, by Mr*. Shelley; Greit Briruiii in 1833, by Baron de Hnussnj. ALuo, in press, an3 will soon’ iip|lear— The Hepeiilen, by the Coiihlesanf Blesiiugtuir; Lizhti an.l Shadows of GeruiHi) Life; Tales and Confeiiioni,by la»itrh Ritchie; Magdalen and other iHles, by Sheridan Knowles; Allen Breck, by tho author of ilie Subaltern; Gale Muldluioii, hy Horace Suiith; Madden on the lufirmitie. of Genius; Aikiiis’ Memoir* yf Charles II. The Dominic*’ Legacy; Andrew the S.ivoyard, by the riiithor of Modern Cy mon. Also, Society and Munnexs id Great OriliiiB iiml Ireland, hv Stewart.. ' ^    ' September 26, 103.1 Oct. 19. t THE RKHiTS GF WOMAN, TYY Alary Widlsloiiriaft.—Jest received aud for sal* J..B a few copii 8 III ihe above work. A'BT. 30. ALF.X. FLASH, No. 5, West ’Third*t PARUHJR ORGAN. ! FENHE snbscriber offcrJ for sale a superior tonej Pap, X Jour Organ, witli^ seven biimli, executior Sixty. One pieces of Music. T/iis instrument is wartkr tb« attei.tion of qnisteriofSteam boats, lo the oabsa ofow of which it W(»b|d ben drsirable appendare. 11 ..^o kLaSH, No. 6, West Thifd *f, near tho Po*t 0®o«.' A LEYA October 19. SHIMRING .RACHInS I^EWF.Y’S Patent Shearing Miichiiie* ffTaale a| cfliceof he t incinnali Machine CarifrMunufacto. rj, corner ol Main & I’earl 9(rpf|p| up pfnirA A. C. BUOwi^ Agent. Cin. Nov. 5. gen. 4 non r    ^    S^1X>LEN. 4 nou r ten days apo one of (he light flngefiNl “‘y’ ‘«"led off a MÜ8IC 11* I ÜOL. from the aiictmn room corner of Sixth A Mui» Street*. Should any p.non huv« |mrobared an article of the kind, exuept at a regnlur waro-room, ibey will confer u favor, by iiiforinuig Ihe iiibtcriber. The obieeC of this notice, is not lo irouhle the innoceot nurohaM but (hat Ihe ikirf may be ileieci* I,    * If HISTORY Of Prirstcralt in nil ascs. UJT received, “Tho History of Priestcraft in all e* and nstion*,” by Wm Howitt. For sate by ALLX’K I LASH, No. 5, Weit Thiid st. November 6. ^MOS A. RICHVRDS & THOMAS M. HARD CASTLE have formed a copartnerihip (or the tram-attioii of a General Forwarding and Cummission fívsincss, ill tlie Town ofD A Y T O N, Ohio, under the firm of luciiAi Dec. 31. 11ÜS & IIAKDCASTLi:. Ir THE PERIODK Al* LIISRARV. March, Mth. THUS. B, ANDERSON, AuclJo»«. Cofll*c, llraudy, Loaf-Sugar, Ten hags Havana Coffee; wT 3 pi|>eB, /-J Q . 6halfplpá^ Sciguctto Brandy J 75 bbls. Loaf Sugar; 20 hall chfit* T. II. Tea; I pipe Gin; • bbls. old Monnngnhela Whiskey For sale by    GEO,    GORMAN It CO. ,    Wo.3,C«m|$|. Jl^ST. and 2d vol*. of ihe ab.,vo vahmble work, hand lomely bound, is now ready for ule at the siihirri-btri store. Al.o luturo No* delivered lo auhicnhrrt bv ALEX’R. FLASH,    ^ No. 5, West Tbinl street, near the Po»t OfRc*. Dec. 18.    > ARRIVAI* OF NEW ANNUAL8. ri^HE London Landscapo Annual for 1831; X “ Friondsliipa Otl'ering for 1834; The Religiu,is Souvenir for 1834; —ALSO Tho Tokoit for 18.T3: The Geographical Annual for 1834. Doc. ai. For sale by ALEXANDER FLASH, No. 6, weat third Street. SPLENDID EN<;RAVINGK The lubicriher has jiiet opened e huxol very sup E-'iORAVlNOS, executed in London by tho masters, from nriginal celebrated iiibjeati. 'Tlif I DriiiKw, UlkoiiiicniM, PaiiilN, Oils, Hal lorn’, Dvcr»’ and lIU'aclki’rK) Xrlic'k'M. AI.AR(;E and cnmpVie nvsortmeni of every article ill the abo(c hue, now roc* iving, and (or sale upon Ihe molt aocnmmodatiug term* by K.Urs.AV¿f V.ATTIF.R, at their Drug and Chrmicnl AVarehomes, 195 Main, and South weit corner of Pearl anil Maia streets. Deo. 37. NOTK’i:. ME«8R8 G.ITF.Str fPH/TJ/ORE moilrospoclfal. ly announoes to the nublio of Cincinnati, that they k--------1.-------------- of (he fine arts are rcspectfullr invilei] to cell aii* ALF.X’R. FLAI ASH, No. 5, West Third street, near the Post Offlc*. Dfc.27.    ^ AVINIMiW GLANH. 4>r| A II by 15 aud l« by 18 Window Glass, on hand aud for sale by, RAMSAY k vattier, Unooiat 21, have msd* arrangoiients IJiiltimoro nnd NcAv-Orlcans O both In the aholl and canisters, of which srtio^e they intend hereaflsrtohsve a OOMST.I.YT SI PPI.Y. • Families csn be supplieti by thedosen or qusntitr with this delicacy, at toy lime, by epplyingat Tontine H lliird atreet, near A/aiit, Deo 23. nos, l»RU\E.S RAISINS. JU31 rvcfived and for sale—, 40 (Iruins Figs; I c»*e Prunos; RUSTARD AND VlNFXilAIL J UNDERWOOD has removed his Store te Wk • Pearl street, wbrre he will ksep ooii*lanlt*%2 liMiid, Mu'tanl, A'liit'giir, LtUiun SThip U air » otKKTCUUF'S.    ' Cinciiinali, Dec. 7, 1833. FOR SALE OR RENT. 30 boxes Biiiiab, 6y Imlf do 35 qiiartrr. do. all, 1 :: Í Raisin* A PRINTING OFFICE containing • large variety of ^ Job Type, of every desertplinn; one flret rate 8tta-berry Preee; Cbaees; Rule*; Dasbee; Leads; PumitnM Dec. 27. GEO. OORM.IN k CO No. 3, Canal St. Ao. A-c. The above eatablishmsnt will be rented, aw very moderate terms, or the lyps will bo eoU h»75.J fotinle.    * .ROUE NEW II4M1KS. JgDC.KVVORTil'S jyoveli and Talcs, vol. Mb llerschell’s Treatise on Ailronofiir, wilb plates; Leoiiiri’S on General Literalere, Poelrv, ke, by James Montgomery, being vol. 64, I. I.ibrary; Sunday kV''’”*** P*“ '^"^* **’’•"1 I'*»* I8| Boys and olrls Lihrary; The Ornaments Discovered, hy Mary Hughe*, be ing vol. 19th, Kayi lyid J-'irU* Lihrary ; The Siring ot Pearls, by the author of Uaruley, If IIO'ITI.E C'OEKS. 8 H A LR8 SufH-rior Velvet UutlleCuik*, just trceived and loi salo by RA MSAY & VATTIER. Mitrob 8|. I’hili|i Aiiigusl|iy, &o.'¡ The fikelob Book of Fawtync, by the aul Mother* and DanghieM, lio. The Down Eailers.JEc. Ac. by John Neal; Atiruuysebrc,orii ’riile uf Alirasohid; I liwNolc Book of a Country Clergtiuan; Juil received aud for tale by HUBBARD k EDMANÜ8. r ebriiary 7. BLAMKS mi SALE AT THIS OFFIQE. gr For further pirtieulare tpnly at thia^fllo*. ^ OH* OF VITROI*. «II Carboy* el Oil Vityol on hand for tale by tF'r    RAMSAY    k    VATTI March 21. ER. ■u a FdilOYCE, Resident dentist, •» Ftflh streeK bet Main and Sycamore. March 3. ^. book and job PRiyiTIHCt or svnr ncai aurtiM, Jfuflygni premptlf . MBCl’TI», AT TMK orrici or tr REKUULICAN. 11 WestTkitdSl. CmOUIMATt.

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