The Daily Cincinnati Republican And Commercial Regeister (Newspaper) - May 7, 1834, Cincinnati, Ohio
AND COMinERCIAI, RERISTERPRINTBD AND PUBlilSHRP Bit AA1IARB AliliEN fc. RlCttARP PlSNRl^*—ClNCHraATlj^Mp.
WEDNESDAY MORNING MAY 7, 1834.
ORRIS TOOTH WASIII
For clemHing'.and preie?ing th« Teeth and Onrai, and purifjiof the Breath ¡—prepared entirely from Tefetable] suhitancei. and it hiehlj approved, commended by Phynciani and Dentisti of the apcolability. luit received and fof^ale b~
and re-fint re-
RAMSAY & VATTIER.
' PIANOFORTE FOR SALE.
At the Ohio Auction Roomt, corner of Main and Siirth Street, an excellent tooed Piano-Forte can be obtained at a very low price. T. B. ANDERSON, October 19. A Auctioneer.
COOPER’S NEW NOVEIa.
JUST received, “THE HEADSMAN,;’ a new novel in two vols, by Cooper. For sale by
No. 5, West ThL-d street, near the Post office. 1st ,133. ______
JUST received, “A Practical Treatise on tho Law concerning Lunatiov ldiot»¡ and persons of unsound niind, with an Appendix of the Statutes of England, Ire-and, and Scotland, relating to such persons, and precedents and bills of costs. By Leonard Shelford, Esq. o/ the Middle Temple, Barrister at Law.” For sale by
ALEX. FLASH, b No. 5 West Third street, near tho Post Office.
CARPENTER’S CHEMICALS, &c.
COMPOUND Extract Sarsaparilla
” “ Buchu »
“ “ of Sarsaparilla, Cubeb* and Co-
Precipitated Extract of Bark Extract of Quinine ” Nux Vomica Oil of Cantharidin “ Senapino “ Black Pepper “ Copaiva “ Cubebs Saratoga Powders Citratcd Kali Solidified Copaiva Red Bark Caiysaya Bark Chloride of Soda,
On Rand and for sale bv
RAMSAY &. VATTIER.
STRICTURES ON THE CASE OF EPHRAIM K. AVERY.—Just received from Rhode Island, “Stric-lures on the case of E. K. Avery, by Anstides.” For ■ale by íí ALEX. FLASH,
No. 5 West Third-it. near the Post Office.
f VYHE Partnership heretofore existing between Dick-1 ioson A Williamson, was dissolved on the Sth of ctober. bv mutual consent. Mr. Dickinevte will oon-’ ' ■ S. S. DICKINStm,
G. T. WILLIAMSON.
.nue the business.
October 29, 1833.
DELORAINE, in 2 vols by William Goodwin, author of Caleb Williams; for sale by
Aug.30. No. 5, West Third st.
1N0R sale by ALEX’R. FLASH, No. 5, West Third ? street, near the Post Office—
Charles ihe II.
Innkeeper of Abbeville,
Amateurs and Actors,
The Review, or Wag of Windsor,
Cherry and Fair Star,
Forest of Bondy,
^ Sleep Walker,
Damon and Pythias,
Fish ouipl W.Tter,
Speed the Plough,
School for Scandal,
Sweetheats and Wives, ,
Don Giovani, ^
Francis the first, >
Padlock, Ac. &C.&0.
uy 31, 1834.
THE INVISIBLE GENTLEMAN.
ANEW work in two volumes, for salo by
HUBBARD & EDMANDS.
JUST received, “A Subaltern’s Furlongh,” descriptive of scenes in vatious parts of the United tpperand Lower Canada, New Brunswick a^d Nova
8 atia, during the summer and autumn of 1832; by t..
T. Coke, Lieut, of the 45lh regiment; _
Memoir of the Life ar.cl mpriionmenl of Silvio Pellico; Translated by Thos. Rosooe; ,mi
Seventh Yol. of Miss Edgeworte’s Novels and Tales; Second Vol. of Ellis’ Polynesian R«'oarches;
For sale by ALEX’R FLASH,
Oct. 29. ’ Ko. 5. West Third street.
Ch.Tlnil'i*»’ Political Economy.
ATREA'I'ISE on Political Economy, in connexion with the Moral State and Moral Prospects nfSocie-ty; t)y Thos. Chalmers, Ü. D.; this day leceived by Nov. 8. HUBBARD A EDMANDS.
JUST Received by HUBBARD & EDMANDS.
Corner of Main and Columbia streets. Kent’s Commentaries, 4 vols. g
RijsspII oil Crime, 2 vols.
Miiildock’s Choncerys2 voir.
Story’s Coro, on the Constitution, 3 voli.
Vesey’s Reports, 22 vols.
Chitty’s Blackstone, 2 vols.
Stnrkie on Evidence, 3 vols.
Chilty on Contracts,
Oliio Condensed Reports,
Illinois Reports, u
Chitty on Bills,
Saunders on Pleading and Evidence, 2 Toll.
Tidd’s Practice, 2 vols.
I Comleiised Chancery Reports, 3 vols.
History of Ohio Canals,
Williams on Executors,
Wentworth on do.
Bridgman’s Digest, 3 vols.
Laws on Pleading,
Toller on Executors,
Ameiicaii Digest, 2 vols.
Story’s Pleading, &c. &c. Sie.
The subsciibcr informs the public, that he has been appointed SOLE AGENT for the disposal of the, above celebrated Medicines throughout the States of Ohio and Indiana.
He is also invested with full power to take possession of all goods and medicines, and to collect all debts, whether by bill, bond, book account, cash or otherwise, belong, ing to Horatio Shepherd Moat, which were lately in the possession of, and contracted with Augustus Jocelyn, deceased,late of Cincinnati, Ohio.
The subscriber, therefore, cautions all persons from selling any of the .above mentioned goods or medicines, within the States aforesaid, unless legally authorized as his n/b-agent j and fioo. purchasing the ianielrom,or paying any monies any persons whomsoever, except the lubscribet or sub-agents, as he will hold all others personally responsible. He hereby, requests all persons who have contracted with said Jocelyn, assub-ngen’s for the sale of the above medicines, nr who are individually indebted for the same, by note, book account, or othef-ilise, to Settle with the subscriber, as Agent for H. S. Moat, and as he shall still employ suhAgents for the sale of said medicines, he will be disposeVf to continue such 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 A Son, Main Street, between Fourth aud Fifth Streets,Cincinnati, Ohio,
Ciu. July 17, 1833.
VALUABLE FRENCH WORKS.
VOYAGE du Professeur Pallas dans plusieuis provinces do L’Eropiro de Russia, el dans L’Aeie Seplon-tninale, in 9 vols., with atlas and plates;
Voyage dans L’Hemisphere austral, etautourdu monde, in 10 Tols., with plates; . . „ ,
Voyage do La Perouse, aulonr du flonde, in 2 vols.; Voyage dans La Haute Pensylvanie, et dans L’Etat de New York, par un membre aduplifde la nation Oneida. Trsduit et public par Lettres D’un Cultiva-
For sale by
tcur Americain, in 2 to _
Mos Roverier, a bound Inanuacript.
- ALEX’R FLAÍH,
Áb. 5, Jfesi Third itrtet, near the Post Office. Oct. 12. , ‘f
WANTED 1 ■ ¿
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 one possessing these qualifications and can come well recommended, a liberal salary will bo given by
llAMSAY & VATTIER.
Oct. 7. - If
JUST RECEIVED—England and the English, by E. L. Bulwcr, •
Wild Sports of the VV’est,
Tho Abbess, by Mrs. Trollop Mary of Burgundy, by G. R. P. James Dick on the improvement of society by tho diffusion of Knowledge
F«r sale by ALEXANDER FLASH,
Oct. 1. No. 5, West'PUird 9t.
A CONVENIENT FRAME DWELLlN-G HOUSE, with six rooms, and a pleasant yard, situate on the fouih side of Seventh street, and East of Broadway.— Rent $120. Apply to the eubscriber on Broadway, ong doorioulb of Seventh street.
EBEN B. REEDER.
The eubscriber takes this method to inform hie fflendj and the citizens Mnerally, that ho has procured a Car for the purpose of moving Furniture of every description, he also has a man employed to attend to tho same, who will take down and put up Furniture, if requested. All o.'-ders left at his Furniture Ware Boom, East Fourth Street, will be promptly allcnded to. ^
October 8. ll"-
THE Modern Cvmon, 2 vols.
The Lust Mud; by Mary W, Sheley,authoro kenslein;
A new translation of tho Hebrew Prophets; by George R. Noyes; 2 vuls;
The Contrast, a novel; by the author of .Matilda; 2 vols; lor sale hy
HUBBARD Si EDMANDS.
October 4. 1833.
Merchants in the country, ami others, who may wish to keep an assortment oíñrtth and genuine GARDEN SEEDS for sale, can be furnisheiTat the Agricultural Warehouse and Seed Store, No. 23, Lower Market Street, Cincinnati, with boxes of various sizes, containing a complete assortment of SEEDS mostly used in a Kitchen Garden, at as liberal a discount as can be procured in the Western Country. They are' neatly put up, on a new plan, in paper», sealed, ready for retailing, with printed directions on each package, for its managemeut,uud every sort warranted to be of the first quality. ^
ffT- Also, Farmer», Gardners, and others, supplied at wholrsale afiJ retail, by S. C PA iKllURST.
MORE NEW BOOKS,
F^ROM the press of J. & J. Harpers, New York.
The Abbes», a romance, by Mrs. 'Trollope.
Wild 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. h
Dick, Tin the Improvement of Society, vol. 59, Family Library. This day received by
HUBBARD & EDMANDS, Sept. 30. Corner of Main & Columbia street.
WO very convenient Brick Dwclling-'fíóüses on 5th
street. For terms apply to
PERIODICAL lilBRARY, VOL. III.
The 1st, 2d. and 3d Nos. of the above work are now ready for delivery. It contains t^Lifo of Sir Walter Raleigh; Faintingi and Psinteool Italy; and Autoo eraphy of Jonn Galt. , /
No. 5, West Third street, near the Post Office. ^ D^o. 31.___
HUBBARD & EDMANDS
VE received the following new BOOKS:— Bell on the Hand;
The Duchess of Berri in La Vendee; W/üdemar, by W. H. Harrison, E»q. Lirndscape Annual,for 1834;
Forget Me Not, for 1834;
Token and Atlantic Souvenir.
lUSTwceived Maddfn on thelnfirmii X in2^1s. -
LighU and Shadows of German Life.
Canterbury Toles, iu 2 volumes. By Sophia and Har-etLee. For sale by ALEX, FLASH,
Deo, 4. No. 5 West Third street.
JUST RECEIVED-Elrments of Plane and Spherical Trigenoroetry with Mathemetical Tables, by J. K. Young, author of Analytical Geometry.
Newton Foster, or the Merchant’s Service, by the nu IlM.r of the King’s own, Peter Simple, fcc.
The Dominie’s Legacy, cnnsiiting of a series o Tales, illustrative of the scenery and manoeri of Scot «nd, 2vol«. l2mo.
HUBBARD fe EDMANDS,
For sale by an. 18.
Corner of Main and Columbia streets.
ONE half ef an extensive and valuehla PRINTING establishment, (in Ohio, bat not in Cincin aalii) is offered frw aale. The papar inned from the of-naa an excellent and extensive subscription. The ’ ilising, book and job work are also extensiva and valuable, tha receipts of the past year amounting to ri aing |6000. Tha editor will retain bis interest and sla-tian. To a praolioal printer or a oomplala businesa ae onuataat, tha abova offers laducomant rarely to bo met wMh ia Iba Weitern ooontry. Application may So made
Cirtoaallj or by lattar (poet paidj to tha Editor of tha iiiciaaati Rapubiican, llaeoh M.
1% /i SUPERIOR Haavy Flial Hidee.
223 do Light do do. n doiea Wool H*te. . ^ ^
BOOKS FOR S.ILE.
Bishop HEBER’SjTraveU in india; Sketches of a Tour to the Lakes by Dugald Stewart; Darwin’s Zoonomia, and Botanic Garden; Price’s Dissertations; Essay on the Mechanism of the Miyocoim, or the de-peiidance of Effects upon their cai^s; The wonders of ttie Humkn body, with plates; Litrfrary, moral, and Philosophical Essays, by Dr. Rueh; Volney’s view of the U-nitcd States of America; Dr.Godman's addresses on viiri-ous Public occasions; The Philosophy of Human Nature, ^ J. Buchanan; Paley’s Theology, illustrated with atei; Brown’s Physiology of the Hiiuisn mind ; Priestly’» Evidence», 2 vols; Elements of Conchology, by Burrows; The Dialogues of Devils, by Rev. John M'Tow-Ians; Modern Chivalry, containing the.advenlnres of a Captain and Teiigue O’Kagan, his savant; Smollett’s Works, new Edition, complete in twi vols.
Also—Young’s Elements of Analytical Geometry, re vised and corrected by/ohn D. Williams.
ALEX. i^ASH, No 5, West Third St. Nov. 29, 1833.
JViinam G. Berry,
BELIi AND BRASS FOUNDER,
East Front St. between Pike and Butler,
Respectfully thanks his friends and the public
for the patronage they have bestowed, Md hopes for a continuance of favors. The business will hereafter be conductbd'Uhder the firm of
PARKER Sc BERRY.
They hava put the establishment in complete order for doing the following work;
BELLS,of any size not exceeding thirty hundred;
Soda Pump, and Salt-well Joints; Bras» and Compoiitioo Boxes for roaciiinery;
Globes, Cylinder & Guage Cocks: Still Cocks, Rivets, and Speller Solder;
Stop Cocks, Soda and Small Cocks;
Gun Riid Store Mountings.
All kinds of fashionable TURNING in Brass or Iron. All Orders committed to their charge will receive punctual Hliention, and be done in the neatest inauner. ft^The highest price given for old Brass and Copper. ^ B. They build small Steam Engines, on an improved plan.
LEVI PARKER, WM. G. BERRY. Cincinnati, July 22, 1833. w549tf
flMlE Subscriber reipeoliully inform* his Town and 1. Country friends and the public, that he has jn»l returned from the East, and has made extensive additions to his
Book, Stationary & Music Store, AND OIROULATZNO LIBRAR?.
No. 5 lYcíí Third Street, between Main Street and the Post Office;
And will continue to receive regular supplies of the most popular works in every department of Literature, Art», and Scienopt. Alto, new and popular MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, and a variety of useful FANCY AR1ICLKS, He will, as Agent, receive subscriptions for the following popular periodicnli:
The Muii-um of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, The Novelist's Magazine,
The Lady’s Book,
Greenbank’s Periodical Library,
Tho Christian Library,
The Chrirtian Observer,
The Penny Magazine,
The Law Library, ^
The Courier dei E(afs Unis,
Wuldre’s Select Circulating Library, Sea, Seo.
Orders received for every description of Mathematical Instrument», and Philosophical Apparatni.
ALEXANDER FLASH. Jiily.^, 1833. , 94lf
JUST received a new book entitled the PREMIUM; consisting of elegant selections from American and British writers. HUBBARD Se EDMANDS.
JUST received, Men and Manners in America, by the author of Cyril rnornton;
The Modern Cvr»'op,/‘-om the Jean of Paul de Knck; The Last Mai-, by Mrs. Shelley;
The Hnrpe’ Head, by James Hall, Esq.
Self Discipline, by H. F. Burder, 1). D.
For sale by ALEX’R FLASH,
Oct. 6, 1833. JYo. 5, JFesi Third street.
CfV 30 bbls, Nicaragua,
25 du. Fustic,
20 do. Bruziletto,
On band, and for sale bv Sep|.4.-[t] RAMSAY & VATTIER.
JUST received, The Principles of the Art of Modern Horsemanship, fur Ladies and Gentlemen, in which all late improvements are applied to practice, by M Sc-band. For sale by ALEX’K. FLASH,
No. 5, West Third Street, near the Post Office. Oct. 22. tf
rHE subscribers have just re<eived ar e supply of .Mitchell’s Philadelphia Maps.
Among them arc
Mitchell’s large Map of the U. States, on rollers. Mitchell’s Traveller’s guide through tho U. States— Pocket form.
A full supply of maps from the above establishment, will be oonslantly kept on hand, and sold wholesale and retail at tho Philadelphia prices, by
TRUMAN, SMITH & Co.
V Agents for the Manufacturer.
In pocket form and on rollers
NEW HOOKS ARRIVED.
SECOND Series of Tom t’ringlo'a Log, in 2 voli. Oran tho Outcast, in 2 vols.
Philips’ Political Economy;
Gouge on Banking;
Boll on the hand;
Picker’s Traditionary Stories;
Jtfomoirs of the Rev. Robt. Hall;
Book of Commerce;
Maunder’s Treasury of Knowledge, in 3 parts—oon tains English Dictionary, Ae. Ac. Universal Qaxetleer, Ao. Ao. and Chronology of Historv, Ac. 4k«.
The Ameiiean Almanack for 1634.
For sals by
ALEXANDER FLASH, Dee. 99 Ko. 5, wait third Strset.
NEW ROOKS ARItlVED.
JUST received, the follqwing new publications: Peter Simple, or Adventures of a Midshipman, 1 rnl. ¡ Alice Paiilet, a Sequel to Sydenham, in 2 vol».; The Mag dalen, and other Tale», by James Sheridan Knowles; A Volume from the Life of Herbert Barclay.
Also, a Manual of Practical Toxicology, cnndcniotl from Dr. Christian’s Treatiie on Poisons, with notes and additions, by J. T. Ducatcl, M. I). For lole by
ALEX’R FLASH, No. 5, West Third st.
November 19,1833. tf
INEW BOOKS—Just arrived,
pHE Game of Life, in 1 vol., by Leiich Ritchie; the 1. Legends of the Rhine, in 2 vols.; Memoiis of the Duke of Wellington, iu 2 voli. by Capt. Sherier; for lale ALEXANDER FLASH,
No. 5, West Third st. near the Post Office.
^^F BlRLIOTHKqUF. CilOlSIE DE LITERATURE FrAE
NOS 2, SAND 4
lEqUF. ClIOlSIE DE LiTI CAisE, Select J.ibrary of Modern French Literature. This day received, by
HUBBARD & EDMANDS.
August number of tho American Journal of Medical SciKNCES.
Sept. 25. y
NEW WORK. RECOLLECTIONS OF A C APERON,
Edited by LmW Dacre; in two volumes; jint received by HUBBAUD Si EDMANDS.
fVlHE subscriber offers for cash at cost prices, his en-M. tire stock of Household Furniture, consisting of sideboards, bureaus, high and low post bedsteads, fancy and common chairs, ladies’ work stands, and a great va-rieW of Mantel and Pier LOOKING GLASSES.
T’o pcrsdns doaljng in the above articles, a great bar-eain is hereby offbred, as the whole of tho above articles ely loi
T. B. ANDERSON,
liavQ been purchased at eztrom^ low prices.
Ohio Auction Rooms, corner Main and Sixth. October 17.—tf. ,
JUST received, THE REPEALER® novel,’in 2 vols., by the Countess of Blessingi-n .
For »alc by ALEX’R. FLASH,
No. 5, West Third St. near the Post Office. Oct. 22. tf
ENANI) manners in AMERICA, by Colonel Hamilton, author of Cyril Thornton, iu 2 vols. 12 mn.
THETIEPEALERS, by the Countess of Ble»*ington. Vol.23, LARDNF.R’S CABINET Cl^PLOPQlDlA. , No. 6, BIBLIOTHEQUF. FRANCAISR.
This day received by HUBBARD Sc. EDMANDS.
Corner of Main and Columbia Sts. Oct. 22. , tf
And now for sale at Wright & Doty’s Auction Store No. 17 Upper Market S 2 pipes Hedland Gin;
2 pipes superior Brandy. They will bo sold low for cash. Jan. 7.
REFINED SALT PETIUÍ,
C KEGS refined Salt Peire on hand Nml for sale by □ U RAMSAY & VATTIER.
The subscriber offers fbr sale 1 very genteel four wheel Buggee,
1 do do ■ Barouche,
1 do do Family Coach,
1 Second hand Gig and Marnei*.
Also, plated moulding, patent leather. Sec. In progress, . great variety of fashionablo Barouohoi, and a number of Post Coaches.
W. HOLCOMBE. Nov. 8. tf
SUPIiRIOR TABLE Oil..
A SUPERIOR article of Bonleaux Oil, for table use, just received aud for sale by m
» RAMSAY r VATTIER.
!W AND STANDARD WORKS.
ÍHIS day received hy
HUBBARD U EDMAJVDSf The Works ofSemuel Johnston, L. L. D.
Library of Standard Literature, vols. 1, t and 3, being the Works of F.dmund Burke, with a Memoir / in three vols.
Letters of Horace Walnole, Earl of Oxford, to Sir Horace Mann, 2 vols. popular tmvjn oi ptval abipati, te.
ARRIVAL OF NEW ANNUALS.
riNUE London Landscape Annual for 1634;
J. ” Friendshipa Offering for 1834;
The Religioua Souvenir for 1834;
-ALSO The Token for 1833;
'The Geographical Annual for 1834.
For aale by
ALEXANDER FLASH, Dee. S3. No. 6, weal third Slreat.
The aubacriber baa jnet opened a box of very sop ENORAVINOS, executed In London by the master!, from original celebrated auhjeola. The I of the fine arta ara reanectfully invited .in call an amine. ALEX’R. FT.ABH,
No. 6, Weat Third itreet, ntar the Post Office.
(inn ><ALF hoxea 8 by 10, 10 by It, 10 by 14, II by liand It hj 18 Window Glaai,ou hand and for aale bf,
, »AM0AT b VATTIliR.
RICHLIEU,a N^j¿,bjriheauthor of Philip Augui-tiia, Henry Martertnn.
Theological Library, volt. 5 and ft, being the Life of chbiihop Craiiiner, by C. VV, Le Ba».
Sceu's in Our Parish, by a Country Parson’. Daiighte' For sale by HUBBARD & ED.MAND
FORW.IRDlJfG AifD COMMISSIOJ^MERCHAJfTc Portsmouth, Ohio.
The Subscriber has openeil a Forwarding and Com-misrion Hou.e in Portsmouth. He has taken a large Fire Proof Ware House, convenient to the Canal and Steam Boat Landings, where the mott.piompt and faithful attention will be given to all business with which he may be favored.
CHARLES SCARBOROUGH. Refer to J. Lawrince A Co.
ORirriN & Lucair.
Portsmouih, June 10,1833. tf
MISS-BEECHEIIS’ GEOGRAPHY For Children,
ON an improved plan, with eleven Maps and nnracr-ous Engravings; fourth edition; justpiibli.ln-il,and for sale, by • COREY & FAlRBtNK,
Sept. II. ^ 186, Main street.
0:^11 has hern about three months ^ince the first edition of this work wai published. Since thnt lime,/uur editions have been disposed of, and ihef/lh is now in pres». .
The following are among the nnmeroai teitironiiisls with which the publishers have been politely furiiiihed From Mr. Treusdei.i., Ptinripal of the Young Ladie't Ji cademy, nf Cincin nuti,
Mesrr*. Corey & Fairbank:—Miss Beechers’ Geography for Children is a valuable book. It has all the ease and rirophcilyof Parley’s Geography. In these ledioii and arrangpraenl of matter, it is greatly tupeitor to it. I shall introduce it into my Primary School im mediately. Respcnlfully, A. Treusoell.
prom Rev. J. Dioot, Profetsr» in Ijong^tminary.
Cincinnati, Ju'fy 26, 1833. Me'trr. Coret k Fairbank—Gentlemen:—Miss Beechers’ Geography fnrchildien is, in my opinion,a very obvious improvement upon all preceding works nfa similar design. It is enriched with a choice variety of mater, judiciously arranged, and the whole co.nveyed in a ityle and maunei happily suited to inlereit tlm youthful mind. I wish you abundant success in its extensive circulation. Yours, Sea. J. Biggs.
A little work, entitled ‘Primary Geography for Chil dren,’ by C. k H. Bee«ber, Principals of the Western Female Institute, at Cinciniinli, Iu» been placed iu our hands. As the tille indicate», it it designed for young children, and is whiten in that familiar style which it (uited to tho capacity of youth, and is‘rnibeilisheil’ with numerous engravings and eleven iinall maps. The plan of the work iippi ars to us to be judicious, and well cul culated to engage the atteiitiou uf children.
Louiiville Herald. This it a very cnpilal lillle book. The aiiihoreises aie Hcconiplishcd yoniig ladies, who have made llie tuition of ynuih their study and luitinesi for several year», ami who unite to a competent knowledge of the subject, an intimate acquaintance with the best modes of leaching children. Writing buoit* (or children is one of the most difficult, and surely one of the most useful branches of authorship. We most cordially recommend tlii», as a successful effort in this noble field.—IVctl. Month. >r}fagf This work came from the press last week. From a hasty perusal, we would judge it well adapted to give children a general outline of geography. Its details are enlivened by occasional anecdnlet, which, we have no lonht, will tender it a favorite with our young friends. Twelve maps, and numerous engravings, are inserted in he work. It aiigurs well for the cause of education in rcounlry, that person* of the finest minds, are willing to jonsecrnte their enorgre*, to give liraplioity and allrac-iun to books iiileodcJ for children.—CinnnnofrJourual.
Cincinnati, August 31, 1833. We have carefully examined a Primary Geography fur Children, hy MisseYC. & H. Beecher, lately publish-by Corey Fairbank, Cincinnati, and have no hesitation in extending to it our decided approbation.
We think it well calcuUteil for its intended pur(4i*e of ‘eaching to rliiljren the simple elements of Geographicnl nowledge, and very chi eerfully teconimend its adoption n the ichooL in our ci'y.
Jacob B. Wiimnn, Timothy Jlam-^ mond, L. MaiOmrs, Stephen M.
Wheeler, Richard Morecraft,
Isaac Van Etüolt, Cyrus Davenport, Edward Dolph, J. W.
Jlopkiiui, J. TF. Johnson, John EcuderbrooP I. P. Van llagint, '
F. TT^. Prescott, T. O. Prescott, ^
The Naval officer, in 2 vols, by the tiilhflv oí IVtor
The Dominie’s Legacy, t Tok hy A. PlekMi Mrs. Willard* Journal and Letters from FruM Wp Great Britain, 1 vol.
Jay’s Di»ct)ur»es and Prayers, I voL Gospel Sseds, by Rev. C. Malan.
Young’s Element! of Plane ami SphettnTnfctBOMa etry, with the Mi.lheroatical T«We!,réw»®d corrected, by J, D. VYiHiams.
For sale by ALEX’R. FLASH»
No. 5, West Third st e#t
JOHNSTON’S 8CRa\^J^. 5, for 1834;—fci »»bl<* is included Fiddlk D. D. being a scries of 4llu*lra« tion» to *K)b»erv«tion» on the U. S. and C*n»da.”
Just received,per mail, a few copie*.
HUBBABIi k EDMANDS. February 3. *
LARDNER’S Cabinet Cyclopaedia.
History of England, by SlrJamMMaokitoak;
History of Scotland, by Sir Walter Scotl;
History of France, bv Rov. Eyre Evans Crowa; History of tho Netherlands, by T. C. Graliani E«q History of Spain and Portugal ;ff History of Switzerland^ **
History of the Italian Republics, by SisasouH^ Outlines of History; ^
Discourse on tho study of Naloral Fkilosopby, b.
F. W. Hciechell;
Hydrostatics, w Dr. Lnrdner; *k Treatise on Silk Manufacturo;
Treatise on the Manufacture of Porcelain ami OUsfj Biography of British Statesmen; \
Treatise on Mechanics, by Capt. Henry Rev, Dr. Lardner. /
The above works for sale by
ALEX’R FLASH, JVo. 5, JFesr niritt. September 23,1833. tf
WON'T JIISER ABLE!
iiT^^ISERHIMUS.” On h grave stone, in the Wor-i-vA ce»lrr Cathedral, is this cmphMtio ipicription, “AJttrrrifnui;” with neither name uor date, comihuot nor text.
The laJKDON LiterIby Gazette remarks, “ft is an origiunl, forcible, uiiil iiilcrciling woikj’ The SutfOAX Times »nys, “It is written with great power, and conso-quciitly ii read wiili riivenuus uválity.” The Critic remark», “We have rend it with teellng* nf sincere gratification.” I.OND0N Metuopomtan rernurhs, “This i« the iiupaisioned work of a mau of talent.” For ssle by HUBBARD & EDMANDS. September 90. if
J. APPLETON’S l.ATE IMPROVED PATENT'
SAVINGING AVANHING MACHINES,
For SAl.E, hy WM. APPLETON, at his store, corner of Main street and Court Hnii*e iqimrc. No, 1 Machines, nt 14 dollars, tind warranltd to bo superior to any in the city, it may be seen in operation at Mr Henry’»and HeckewclJer’»hotels; also,at the ilos(iitsL Seplcmber 18. dtf
GBEAT BRITAIN IN 18:13.
nUDBARD k EDMANDS have just received “Great Britain in I83J,” by Baroii D'Haussej, Ex-Miuio. ter uf Marine under Charlts X.
2. ^ I'" I'
The Subscriber respoclfully informs his friends snd the public, that having obtained s general license for the transaction of busincas as an Auctioneer, he hao taken that old established stand, N. F- corner of Sixth And Main streets, extensively known as the
OHIO Al'CTION ROOMS,
and IS prepared to receive consignments of every kind of merchandise. Tho utmost care and attention will.be giv en to promote the interest of owners.
Oct. 12. T. B. ANDERSON.
Forget-Me-Not, for 1834;
Juvenile Forget-Me-Not, edited by Mrs. S. C. Hall: Portrait Album of Illustrious and Distinguished Personages of the Niweleenlh Centuary.
For sals by HUBBARD & EDMANDS. Dec.A^__ If
k MOS A. RICHARDS k THOMAS M. HARD. Il CASTLE have formed a copartnership for the trans action of a
General Forwarding and Commission Business, in (ho Town of D A Y T O N, Ohio, under the firm of
RICHARDS & HARDCASTLE.
Dec. 31. If
Driif(n, Clieniicnlii, Paiiils, Oiln, Hattern^ Dfcr«’ an4 IlleaclicrN’ Articlm. '
A LARGE and complete assortment of every article in the aboye line, now receiving, and for sale upon the molt aocnmmodating terms by
at their Drug and Chemical Warehouses, 195 Main, and south west cornar of Paarl and Mala streets.
NEAY ROOKS EXUEGrED.
Alexander flash, AVest ^'Innl street, near the
Post Ollice, will offer to ihegéading pulilic, iiiimedi-Rlely on their ariival, the folIou'Tng new publications: The lleadirann of Berne, hy Cooper;
The Contra»!, by E«rl Mulgruve,
Ropcoe’s Life—in 2 vols.;
Griffin on Divine Efficiency,
Smollel’s Works—in 2 vol».;
Chalmers on Man; ;
Finn’s Comic Sketchei;
Yankee among (he Niillifieri;
The Service Afloat;—The Invisible Gentleman; Second edition of Rimli’i Memoinnila;
Calvert’s Phrenology; Urown’i Technical Dictionary; Tale* of'ihe CaravanierHÍ;
The Laughing Pliiloiopher;
Tlie Muilrrn Cymon, frniD (he Jean of Paul de Rock; The Lsst Man, by Mr», Shelley;
Great Brirain in 1833, by Baron de floiHiej.
Also, in press, anti will soon appear—
The Itepeiilers, hy iheCnnnleis of Dieiiniglun; Lighlsand Shadows of German Life;
Tales and Confe»»ion»,hy Lcitrh Riichie;
Magdalen and other tales, jivSheridnn Knnwle»; Allen Breck, by (he aulhor’TWhe Subaltern;
Gale Middleton, hy Horace Smilh;
Madden on the Infirmities of GetiiuS}
Aikini’ Memoirs ofCliiirles II.
The Dominie** Legacy;
Audiew the Savoyard, by the author of Mudrrn Cy moil. Also,
Society and Manners in Great Britain and Ireland, hy Stewart.
ieptemlier 26,1033 tf
Messrs. gates tf WHITMOREmoatsaepaetM.
ly announoaa to the public of Cincinnati, that they have made arrangementa for
RaUimorc and Ncw-Orleans Ovsterw,
both in the ihell end eanlsters, of which artiola they intend hereefterto have a GOJfSTAJTT SUPPLY.
Femiliae eon ba anpplied by tha dozen er qnantitr with Ihit delieaoy, tl any time, by applyingal Tontine Henee third atreet, nuoi Alain.
^ BALR8 Superior Velvet Buttle Cuikt, Just teoeived
and for ule by IIWDhtl.
IIISTGRY Of rricfilcralt in all ages.
JUST received, “The lliMory of Priesician in all ages and naiions,” by Wm Howitt. For sale by ALEX’R FLASH, No. 5, West Thiid »l. November 6.
THE PERIOniC.iL LIBIMRY.
1ST. and 2d vols. of (he abuvo valunhlu work, hand somely hound, it now ready for sale al the snbtcri-hers store. AUo futuro Not. delivereil (n subscribers by ALEX’ll. FLASH,
No. 5, West Tliird Street, near the Post Office. Deo. 18.
FIGS, IMIUNES, RAISINS.
JU83' received and for tale—
40 drums Figs;
I case Primes;
30 boxes Bunch,
60 half (In. Raisins 35 qiiaitvr do.
GEO. OOR.MAN k CO.
Deo. 27. No. 3, Canal St.
RAMIAY & VATTIER. V
MOKE NEW Ilf NIKS.
DGEWORTII’S Novels and Tales, vol. »(h.
I Herschell’s Tioatise on Astronomy, with plates;
Leolnrrs on General l-lteralure, Poetry, &e. by James Montgomery, being vol. 64,1. Library ;
Sunday Evenings, part third, being No. 18, Boys and Girls Library;
The Ornsments Discovered, by htary Hughes, being vol. I91h, Rays and Firls’ Lihrsry ;
The String oi Pearls, by (ha aatboy of Uarnley, Philip Augustus, Ao.;
The Sketch Rook of Fashion, by the aut Mothers and Deiightera, Ao.
The Down Easter», Ao. Itc. by John Natl;
Anrunyirhec, or a Tale of Ahratohid;
The Note Hook of a Cnontrj Clergy tnao;
Just reoeived and for sale hy
HUBBARD k XDMANDS.
1IA.S IlK.tlOVKO III8 OFFICE TO
The north side of FIFTH, between Main and Sy camorc Streets, adjoining Mr. Ilurdus'.
Oct. 19. If
THE RlfillTS OF WOMAN,
By Mary Wollilonnai't.—Just rcceivoU and fbrsaleL a few copifs 111 ihi* ataive work.
Aug.30. ALEX. FLASH, No. 5, West Third st.
rMTHE Snhscriber offers for sale « »u|>criur toned Pai JL lonr Organ, with seven baiid», execnlirig Sixty One piece» of >iu»ic. Tliit inrtrumeiit is wurtfay Ih attention of matters of Steam boats, to (he cable of on of which it wonlil ben drsirablr appendage.
AI.KX’R FL.aSH, No. 5, West Tliijd »t, October 19. near the Port Office.
SHEA RINfi MAC’IHNIX
DEWEY’S I'afent Shearing Machine* foriile at Ih office nf the Cinciniiati MtchiueCard Manufuolc ry, corner of Muiu k Pearl street», up »inir».
, A- L. BROWN, Agent.
Cm. Nov. 5.
MUSIC STOOI», S'TOLEN.
ROUT ten day» iigu one of (he light fingered gen. L tiy, who inCe»t our o»ty, tarried off a MUSIC STOOL, from the aiictinii tonus corner of Sixth Jt Mail Streets. Should any pi non have pntotia»ed an artich of tlie kind, except nl a regular ware-rooia, (hey will confer n favor, bv informit.g the »nb»nriber. The ohjeol of thi« nniice, ii mt to Ironhle the innocent parohaier but that the thief laav be dcleci* I.
THOS. B. ANDERSON, Auclioaew^
^llte, llrniidy, l.o.'if-^iisjary Te
hags Havana Coffoe;
6 half pipes,
73 bhla. Loaf®iigar;
20 IihK chcsti Y. H. Tea;
I pipe Gin;
6 bhla old Monongahcio Whi»k*y. Fortalchy GEO. UORiMAN k CO.
Deo. 27. No. 3,Ca#eI
MUSTARD AND V1NE(L4R.
J UNDERWOOD has removed his Store to JjflL • Pearl »lriet, whrre he irill keep ooiMlanlly u« liatiil, MiiManl, Viiirgar, Leuiou Sjrun d air « of KETCHUPS. '
Cincinnali, Dee. 7, 1633. .
FOR SALE OR RENT.
A PRINTING OFFICE oontainbig a large veriety of Job Type, of even description; ona flrat rata 8t^ berry PreMi CHsios; RuIm; Dashea; Leade; Pnrniture Sio. f-e. The abova eittbliihment will be rente ' '
very moderate term*, or the type will be aoM by i founts.
ax For further particulars apply at thieofEs*,
OIL OF VITROL. 50 Carboji ef Oil Vitral on hend tor aa|* hy
rol on hend for aa|* hy RAMBAT k VATlTER.
C. F. IIOYUE.
Resident dentist, #« rifib sirMi,
Main and Bjcomorr.
BLANKS rOB SALE AT THIS OmCB.
BCK)E and job
Jfeatly and pramf4j
AJ TiiK arviea or Hj
REinimJGAj n wsst TMm