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Tri Weekly Cincinnati Gazette (Newspaper) - August 29, 1844, Cincinnati, OhioLast mails. Wednesday mobbing aug. 29, 1844. Rtt Kirah Clay claw a turf will be a no hire of the Ltd a hat the Frugis Howth on Vine a tree a ear the canal on Friday evening next a a a a a a Pant a Tea of clock. Several matter of a Imi the Whites of the Ward Wilt be tor Maine conference of the methodist episcopal Church. annual conference of the mesh dist episcopal Church con Raenee its on the 14th instant Bishop hiding about one Hundred and fifty members a several Ati angers ministers of the denomination were present. In a response to a powerful and eloquent address from or. Ofin on behalf of the Wesleyan University of which he is president the conference pledged itself to raise five thousand dollars for that institution within five years and to pay the usual interest of it until the principal is paid. Other local matters were disposed of. An Accident occurred to the visitors As they were Imren Dilig in a coach from the Steamboat to the Church wlm sch fortunately did not prove so serious a might Timve been a pretended there were nine Guj felons including a lady and child in the coach. On ascending a Hill the horses gave out and commenced running backward turning up the Hill Side of r1&Quot skew it it bin amp Mil and a a i Sije. Or. T was considerably barbed a jars escaped with trifling in Jutyra Accident by whigs come up to t m. Caberos Bat Sac j. Mai is in the aage theatre. Winter the Man Gerac a Yesura a Smist. Steamboats. Boses so a auts. 10 cents. Pit and 34 her 23 cants. Giltay the members of t so Clay oubs and is Hie club together with a in general Are invited la Arae aame at Che coast it Western Row Ami Clark Ata opposite the Cummer Iiinrnf-1i at z of clock of thursday evening the ill insult measure. Moorel Iead Suol Gale. Cany and others will be then to eat Forth in stirring speeches the gnat principles of the True american policy and a a rational Freedom. The glee club Wilt Aleo he there to enliven with a severs Thunder storm on thursday the 22d, at Snak Bland by nys the Bee the the i residence of or. Leper and prostrated to the Earth his Little daughter about seven years old who waa standing in the Yard at the time. She was taken up in a state of insensibility but the proper restoratives being applied she aeon recovered. Aneth or daughter who was standing in the door we learn was slightly scorched by the electric thud. The Union Flag will he at croat head. Let there he general Tura out. Under the National Banner of All who wish to sustain and Protea our National Union and in u e. Brew Rykr press to seventh Ward Clay club. John Younga a 27 Preat fifth Ward Clay club. Do0t8, Khomari a Wool v it hats on hand and constantly receiving from Beti Salern manufacturers a Good assortment of the above named a Nicles consisting in put of menus thick Kip and calf boots do do do do brogans boys or you tvs do do do women s and misses Peg la and sewed boots and shoes ladies and misses rid Kip and Welt shoes children a Peg a and sewed slip is and boots menus and women a rubbers All styles menus Black mad drat Wool hats. All of which will be sold As Low As can be bought else k. C. N. Badger 35 Pearl st. 26 Pire Ai South Berwick me. The. F factory at Leeds Mills was consumed by fire on monday nigh to. Loss estimated at from $30.000 to $40,000�?insurance on the building $12,000 and $700 on the Stock. A clerk in the Post office at Rutland. Vt., has been detected in Pur Loining Money from mailed letters through the vigilance of the special agent or. Bryan. Terran Rry the mate of the st. Louis Oak or Samuel Jackson was seriously injured on the cum Berland River last saturday by the tearing up of a stanchion to which a line wan fastened whilst warping her to the Sliffe. The boat remains on the . Jour. ? a Man named Bell mate of the Steamer la Salle was stabbed in a fight with a we. Froth Ingham yesterday and died in about Twenty minutes. From Laingham had been Engineer of the same boat but was discharged yesterday morning. He made no Effort to escape and was taken into cos . Jour. A a new Steamer judge Mclean struck a sunken log at Flint Island bar a few Days since which broke a number of her timbers and otherwise injured her. She returned to new Albany for . The Steamer Mound City lies sunk a Short distance above the Mouth of the Ohio. Only the after part of her Cabin is above . Jour. I7anawha Salt.--1038 bbl no Kan in we steam Salt tor Sale to close consignment by 1. N. Taylor Corner anal cod Quot aug 28 psf to to the la do Baird Deal a. Re in milliners and fancy Gauss 13 Bast fourth Street Between main and the ladies that they Aie now in new York making their purchases for the fall and Winter Trade. Their assortment will be very Large and Complete comp drag the most fashionable articles the Market affords. They have this Day received and Are now opening a general assortment of bilks for creases Viz italian pc de some Gro de Rhine and Gro de Nap. Also silk shawls late style 83 Cashmere scarfs ass a colors also i Case Fine Florence braid bonnets 1 do undressed Straw do 10 boxes new style fall ribbons French Flowers and quilling w bite j Lair cloth for skirts aug 28 8-10 h Talal jul Artoro fire Vafi Ebarb co. Incorporated in 1819�?charier perpetual�?capi-1130,000, with Power to increase it to $25affoo. This Well known and Long established institution with an ample Cash capital has established an Agency in Cincinnati and offers to insure dwellings stores Mills warehouses furniture merchandise produce and personal property generally on very favourable terms. The High reputation of this company is generally known to business men and will be maintained As it has been for Mote than 34 years by the utmost fairness and liberality in All its transactions. Owners of property in this City and its Vicinity wishing to obtain insurance against loss and damage by fire Are invited to apply directly to 1 to subscriber at his office in the court House or at the Law office of Harrington a Burnet Comer of main and court its where policies will be issued w Khout delay. Aug 28 8-Ly Isaac 6. Burnt agent. Spolek did Ash Mere ve8t��c8. 50 or of the new Cashmere beatings just Recd and kor Sale at very Law priest he h. S. Blatch Ford. 211 main st aug 28 a a Between fifth and sixth. Of Aik overcoat binding.�?100 Oas of Plain willed and fancy figured mohair just Recd cd for Sale at a bargain. A few Gross super Plain and Fig a Black silk Vest binding and braids Sale by h. S. Blatchford 231 main id. I aug 27 a ib.�?82 bushels cows hair in store and for by Pugh a alvok1corner canal and Walnut its. F Stab or 8ale.�?no. 121, county seat of 8 acres on Lebanon Road Good Frame House a Able Cistern fruit Trees a. No. 122, 2 Small Modem built Brick House Aton mans Field st 8 rooms cellar Cistern ac., lot 18 feet by 100, to an Alley. Low Price. Exchange for savings institution certificates. No. 124�?3 valuable building lots on race Between 14th and 15th its. 25 by 100 to a 15 it Alley. Wanted to Purchase. No. 123�?a Brick House on 7th, 8th or oth its near Baptist Church suitable for a Small family Worth about $1500. For further particulars apply to Wright or Graff aug 27 real estate agents 13 West third st. 2500. 2000. 1300. 1000. 500. Each of the above sums wanted at mortgage on unexceptionable first rate unencumbered City property with Good interest payable Semi annually if desired and at no expense to the Lender. Wright a Graff real estate Samts aug 27 13 West third so consignment of60 Western Reserve 1j just Recd and for Sale by a c. R. Miller a co aug 27 Broadway and canal Basin. Quot yet Ift flow made arrange War Mente to be supplied with extra Large sizes of Glass for fancy store fronts transom Sash lights coach lights a. I am prepared to furnish to order or to contract with builders for any Quantity or sizes that May be Troi Treff. At very reduced prices also con stantly of trend / t r amp cons Pitts gun City Brand window c. Zarreen a do do s. Mckee amp cos do do for Safe st lowest prices. The. T. Whitehead aug 27 Large Stock of superfine cloths Cassim Bjes and Vestis for Saxe at Eastern gosts the sub Ishing to close out his present Stock of Fine ump acres and vesting previous to opening new assortment of goods on the 1st of october next will sell in quantities to suit purchasers at Cost for Cash Only a unit the above Date. The Stock consists of every variety of goods and is at surpassed by any assortment in this country to an examination of which the Trade and Public generally Are invited. Purchasers wishing to have their goods made and trimmed in the Liest and manner can have it Doue at the customary prices aug 26 Platt evens 149 Maiu Street co partnership heretofore subsist 1 Tjing under the Fnu of Wilma is a stunts was dissolved on the 2sth june last by the death of Micajah. Williams. The business of the concern will be closed by the undersigned who will hereafter continue in his own name. A aug 26 6-11 a. J. Wheeler. Bills on month Buis on new Orleans wanted by a. J. Wheeler aug 26___ Tohy p. Humiller attorney at Law a i will attend to business in All the courts of the cities of new Orleans and Lafayette. Refers to to. J. Hen de Sou a. N. Riddle d. Van. Matre and s. P. professional or other business men u no wish to consult him Wilt leave their names with these attorneys Cincinnati. Aug 26 a fam nor or wit ii Covington of annual lectures by the faculty of physic will commence on the last monday of october next and continue until the first Day of March following. Richard w. Hall m. D., prof. Obstetrics and medical jurisprudence. William e. A. A1kin, m. D., prof. Chemistry and pharmacy. Nathan r. Smith m. a prof. Surgery. Hamu Chew m. �o., prof. Materia Medica thera Jie Utica and Hygiene. Joseph Roby m. D., prof. Anatomy and physiology Elisha Bartlett m. D., prof. Theory and practice of Medicine. George w. Miltenberger m. 11., demonstrator of Anatomy j the Well known facilities offered by this institution a an unlimited Supply of materials for anatomical study a Well filled Hospital department in the immediate Vicinity of the medical College under the sole control of the faculty with daily clinical instruction both medical and surgical a Superior chemical and philosophical apparatus free admission for All candidates for graduation to the lectures of practical pharmacy by prof. Stewart of the Maryland College of pharmacy and the convenience of a medical Reading room just opened in their building enable the faculty to offer to medical students Many advantages not to be found elsewhere. Good boarding including Light and fuel can be obtained for $3 per week. Of Quot William k. A. A1k1n, m. In zen. Aug 28 8-13 balt. Patriot Botanico medical College of , 5 lectures per week h. W. Olill of. I$15 surgery 3 lectures per week h. W. Hill m a. 10 theory and practice,5 do do a Curtis my. 15 physiology neurology pathology diagnosis a 2 to 3 lectures per week a. Curtis m a. 10 obstetrics and Materia Medica 5 lectures per week 1l. Teny m a. 15 chemistry and botany Joseph Brown. 15 All payable in Advance with Cash or Good Good boarding can be had for two dollars per graduation fee $20. Session commences 1st monday in november. Or. Terry is Well Khawn to our readers As an Able contributor to to few recorder Tod a popular lecturer of the botanic system phrenology . Pior. Brown brings into service a chemical and philosophic Amaratos and an extensive Bot Toic Garden which will add much to the interest and usefulness of the course of lectures in his department. These gentlemen will join us on the commencement of the next session. They Are talented in and Well qualified Fer their departments and we doubt not will r Montri Forte their share to the Prosperity and usefulness of the institution. Of the advantages for the study of Anatomy Are not air passed by those of any school in the West. Surgery is abridged by tie successful medication of most Many import ant operations Are performed on the living subject and the whole the try and practice Are carefully Kueht and illustrated on the cadaver. Physiology to Al Bod ate with the Manikin the moot wonderful Rekhi Pinion of arts and ins rum it by the Aid of which Are a ii tout of fio pledge that in once required years to obtain can be communicated in As Many weeks. Pathology diagnosis us therapeutics will be illustrated abundantly in the College where be Reaffer the practice will be Cna stantly exhibited. The principal articles of the Materia Medica both crude and prepared a Wilt be exhibited so constantly As to enable the student to become acquainted with the instruments he is to use in Bis profession. The chemical apparatus the botanic Garden and a great variety of maps diagrams paintings ac., Complete the Means of illustration. A we feel Happy in assuring the Public that we have now associated with us Iyoho Drill answer very. Reason fab eke a Ecta Tion. And we a re All determined to give the Community particularly the friends of Meai-c�1 re fort. An to remove from he general practitioners of the new system the popular charge of a ignorance and will you sustain us we shall sue. Aug 28 8 6w h. W. Hill m. 1 Dean Large and splendid mansion with about three and a Quarter acres of ground in Egton Kentucky. This is one of the most Beautiful and pleasant situations in the West having a splendid View of Cincinnati Newport Covington and the country around to a great distance and surrounded by Forest Groves fruit Trees gardens and shrubbery with the finest water to be had i the country. Hie proprietor wishes to travel and will sell the above property on the most Liberal terms. For further particulars apply to Piatt amp Piatt office on main bet sixth and seventh its aug 26 96-lm directly opposite Gano st. A o vi�4�ton Cotton yarn s.�?1700 lbs received this Day and for Sale by a. G. Richardson a Bros. Aug 26 Columbia Street near main. O. few Hhd Good n. O. Sugar Recd this Day and will be sold Low by a. G. Richardson a Bros. Aug 26 Columbia st near mailt.-, n. T ure Salera tus.�?4 tons Choice brands some of country and some of Theo. Keckler a cons make. For Sale by a. G. Richardson a Bros i aug 26 Columbia st near main. Re tobacco and lots of a tobacco Sweet 12 Lump Missouri do and Virginia hooey do a. boxes Domestic Canona cigars a very desirable article. Received and for Sale by a. G. Richardson a Bros aug 26 Columbia st near main. Gunpowder and y. H. Tea.-24 of chests Recd in store and will be sold very Low. A. G. Richardson a Bhot a aug 26 Columbia st near main. A itt8rurgh 460 boxes Glass 8-10 and 10 12 100 kegs nails Best brands 50 Doz painted buckets 100 kegs pure White l Oad. In store and for Sale by a. G. R1cardsok 4c Bros aug 25 Columbia st near main True Scott a Conquest of mexi i history of the Conquest of Mexico with preliminary View of the ancient mexican civilization and the life of the conqueror Hernando Cortes by William h. Prescott. Complete in 3 volumes 8 to with maps and engravings. A few copies for Sale by aug 26 de81lver a Burk no 112 main st. Lar Fayfern be Aebic of of Are receiving this Day some Choice lots of cheese by Steamboat. Among the lots some of Hazel 4c Davoy a family cheese. J f a. G. Richardson a Bros ang26 Columbia Street near main. Second night of end. Thursday August 29, Butic Auitt a new comedy West end on run Misa a terse. Percy ardent. Or. Nettie sir William Dave Trymer. Logan. Lady . Stuart mrs. Petrie. Mrs comforters Kent. For Wheeling a a regular new Light draught and fast running i a venues sit earner Senate me lure Manter a Ftp leave As above on this Day 1 aug. 29, Al my a. The Senate being Light a Rasht july 13 i pers can rely on her going through. Aug 29__bo Wen a h1bbkrd for st. Louis. Galen and de by of l be Well j known fast running passenger Steamer Brazil Stephen he Wilt master will leave As above on this i Day 29th aug. At 4 p. Aug 29 Bowen amp u1bberd. Miami and White water can. A of property bound ing or abutting on either of the above canals or on the Basin of the Miami canal bet Ween Sycamore and Broad Way and Hunt and eighth Sis Are hereby notified that the City Council Coli Tumiate declaring All the streets and avenues in Nettig parallel and no Oisin thereto and within the Corpora to limit sol the City a Toffic streets and landings the be net apart and used As such and there fore All arsons objecting thereto and who morass to bold property or own any i Arto said streets within 11 Peralte lines thereof Are hereby inquired to is the same known in writing to the City Jerk within ten Days. By order of the City Council aug 23 Chas. Satterly City clerk. Enquirer and times copy to conclude with John Jones of the War once. Guy Goodluck. Or. Sol Smith. Hall Lari and Chanda Liebs for Sale at Eastern prices by aug 26_ we. S. Sampson. Travana Coffee.�?29 begs Havana Coffee Jtj. For Sale by aug 26 or w Lee or co. Pittsburgh manufactures 406 kegs Juniata nails assorted 100 boxes 8 by 10 and i by 12 Glass 100 Doz Beaver buckets 14 boxes Adams a Mills 40 do assorted tumblers on Cou sigment and for Sale by cha.mpl1n a co aug 96 Columbia Street. Wrapping paper. 260 reams Crown wrapping paper 100 do double do do do just received and for Sale Low by aug 26 champl1n a co Columbia Street. It Testen Reserve cheese. Jew if boxes cheese in prime ship dug order for Sale by aug 26 Champlin a co Columbia st. Boxes cheese from Choice Daries just Landing from a Iron City for Sale by Champlin amp co. Columbia Street for Wheeling amp Pitts Light draught Steamer John go Long a Baker master will leave As above on this Day aug. 29, at 10 a. Aug29 Bowen a Hibbert. For n. Light j draught Steamer path finder Green master will leave As above on this Day aug. 29, at 12 m. Aug i-9 Rogers amp Sherlock. For new splendid passenger Steamer West Ifird Phillips master will leave As above on monday sept. 2d, at 4 p m. Aug 29_ Rogers a Sherlock. For n. Fine fast running passenger Steamer Chari jute a White or. Master will leave As above i on this Day. Aug. 29, at 4 p. A aug 2# a. Irwin jr., a co. Proposals will be received at the City clerks office until monday the 2d Day of sept. Next to 5 of Clit p. M., for Macada Mizing West front st from East Side of Horn st to Mill Creek 20 it wide with two Coats one 9 inches deep and one 6 inches deep. Also for grading and paving All the unpaved aide walks of the South Side of 4th st Between Vine and race its full Width with Good hard it having Brick aug 23 cha8. Satterly City clerk. Of Totice is hereby Given to All persons interested 1 Quin t be assessment of damages and benefits accrued by the Extension of Peart Street West Wardly to race Street and by the continuation of Green Street from Elm Street to Western Row to meet at the Council chamber in Friday the 13th Day of september next at 3 of clock p. M., for the purpose erf choosing one appraiser on their part to review said assessment in place of or. Same a Trevor and Aaron Valentine who decline acting. By order of the City Council aug 19 Chas Satterly City cleric. E1ncyclopedia of religious Dpi knowledge or dictionary of the Bible theology religious. Biography All religions ecclesiastical history Ault a missions. 1 ., Royal to it vo., up. 1273 �?1844. Price reduced to $4, we. H. Moore a co aug 24 119 main st Gazette building. Public sales. This Day. Furn tube at Thuro f l Day morning next at 9 o clock will be sold at the auction store no Street 1 mahogany dressing Bureau 1 do Book Case and writing desk with cup boards a 2 do Side tables 1 do work stand 1 do dining table 1 Black Walnut Bureau. Together with carpet matting. Looking Glass Chaira tables. 1 Glass ship counter druggists drawers Aud Mac Yorke Brash Abs a hew son auctioneers. 150 aug 26 for Pitts Ntreh Light draught passenger Steamer Monti cello a the n new . 12 East Forari no Inifi their fall Supply Tif Start Cincinnati. John Shillito a a Are now receiving from the East Ginny bags.�?50 Bales Landing from a new Era a for Sale by Bailey a Hartwell aug 26 rattle leave for tie above and All intermediate landings on this Day aug. 29th at 4 p. A a 28 a. Irwin or a co. Pilot cloths and fleshing. Just Recd and for Sale cheap by a in 26 Blachly a Simpson 11 Pearl st re Easedale new t Pinta food stuffs Nir Sale by aug26 Blachly a Simpson 11 Pearl so for Fine Light Draugtin Steamer Columbiana Smith master will leave for the above and All intermediate landings on saturday aug. 58, at 10 . Article of a a. Irwin jr., a co. Kellogg Lille Case Supe rior indigo Blue jeans. For Sale by Blachly a Simpson 11 Pearl st. Aug 26. Cincinnati Laud Oil factory Price of Oil Are now prepared to sell our lard Oil at the following Low rates summer strained 50 cents i or gallon by the barrel Winter do 60 do do do do do. I w e warrant our Oil to be Superior to any made in this City and if any sold to our customers should not give Satis action it May be returned at our sex use and the Money will be refunded. We have constantly for Sale our extra sugar cured hairs equal to Westphalia. R. W. Lee a co no 11 court Aud canal its Between main and Walnut aug 26 there Scott Ferdinan d an d Ima j Bella a the history of tie reign of Ferdinand and Isabella the Catholic. By William h. Prescott. Air three volumes 8 to with Mayfe and engravings for sate by Desilver a Burr aug 26 no 112 main Street. la skirting Max lbs. Harness my my a a sole Lea tier for Sale by. Aug 26 Jas. Johnston a co. dry Missouri hides for Sale by aug26 Jas. Johnston a co. Moffee. U aug 26 -150 bags Rio coff be for Sale by Jas. Johnston a co. W. Plaints Are daily made and a charge of Swind Ling has been preferred against tie Board of wafer works by a daily paper of this City for failing to furnish the Northern Section of tie City with a full Supply of water. And Ali areas tie Board have used every Means in their Power to fellow citizens with such Supply without involving tie works in inextricable difficulty Aud embarrassment. Therefore resolved that All persons feeling themselves aggrieved Are hereby invited to Call 011 the Secretary and by discontinuing tie use of the water have Meir Money refunded for tie a expired Poil Ien of to e term. And in order to save the editor of said paper the trouble of Hunting up the names of tie Board he is hereby informed that the follow ing arsons compose that Board. Septimus Hare chairman. Joseph Smith 1st Ward j. G. Rust 2d a a a. Higbee 4d r. A a 1. T. Snellbaker 5th a a a. Webb 6tli a a 1 e. Brewster 7th a a a. Sawyer 8th a a a. Moore 9th a a by order. J. F. Keys Secretary aug 24 enquirer copy for new new Light draught Steamer Paul pry l. P. Maxwell master will leave As above on saturday aug. 20, at 4 p. A a 29 _ a. Irwin jr., a co. For st. Loris Galena a did by i a Tiff new Aud spleen 1 did u. S. Steamer mail l. Logan master will leave As above 011 this Day aug. 29, at 10 a. Thin boat is provided with Evans safety guard aug 29 j. Wheelwright amp co. Fob i Lar Fine Light draught Seeger Steamer virginian James the Nares master will leave As above on this Day aug. 29th, at 10 of clock a. Aug 29 a Wheelwright a co. For Pitt sub Day packet tie new Lieut Steamer Plymouth Javens master will leave As above on saturday aug. 20, at 10 a. Aug 29 j. W Wheelwright a co. For new Light draught Steamer Whiteville Mcgowin master will leave As above on i thiss Day aug. 26, at it a. Aug 29_j. Wheelwright amp co. For j Light draught Steamer Moxahala Parkison master will leave As above on this Day aug. 29, at 10 a. Aug 29_j. Wheelwright a co for Saint Light draught Steamer Arkansas mail a Morrow master will leave As above on this Day aug 28, at 10 . Aug 29 a. Wheelwright a co. For st. Louis and Juis i Sou i rive tin Steamer Independence we. Littleton master will leave As above on this Day aug. 29, at 10 a. Aug 29___ j. Wheelwright a co. For st. new and splendid Steamer National Mason master will leave As above on thiss Day aug. 29, at a o clock a. Aug 29 _ j. Wheelwright amp co. For st. Pas Seeger Steamer Swift sure no. 3, Robinson master will leave As above new Carat ing. Floor Oil cloths Hearth rugs door Mats bookings Stair rods. India matting a. J. S. A co Are particular in selecting goods of tie Best Quality and newest styles be insisting in a Art of Rich velvet tapestry Royal Wilton Saxony Brussels Marial 3 ply superfine ingrain extra do. 2-4,5 8,3-4, and 4 4 Plain and willed yen itans 2 to 24 feet wide floor Oil cloths together with a great variety of Low Price american carpeting. Purchasers May rely upon tie prices being regular and uniform and at the lowest Cash Rales. Aug 23 Watson a annals of Phil Adele Phi of Philadelphia and Penn in tie Olden time being a collection of memoirs anecdotes and 1 Uci dents. Of the City Ami its inhabitants and of the Eartiest settlements of the Inland la Aris of Pennsylvania from the Days of tie founders. By John p. Watson. Merlier of the historical societies of Pennsylvania new York and Massachusetts. Pm Bellis fed with fifty engravings. Complete in two unies 8vo. Just Puli slide and for Sale by aug 24 Desilver a Burk no. 112 main st. B i Lank . Phillips a son cock or or Maix and fourth streets have on hand a general assortment of Blank books ledgers journals records a of their own manufacture and of the very Best material and workmanship. They Wili a it particular attention to making Blank books to or Der. Bauks Public offices and merchants May rely on their promptness and the superiority of Elmir work and materials. Every description of Book binding done carefully at tie shortest notice. Aug 23 lard Oil lard Oil a of a very a Par or Quality for Sale at 62jc a gallon at Baker Avon Phulps lamp and Oil store aug 84 100 main st Between 4th and 5th. 10 pieces silk plaid velvet vesting newly imported and for Sale by a. Labrot a co aug 23 no 20 Pearl Street. Piec k8 of Superior Satin Vest Ings imported and a. La Brota co no 20 Pearl Street. 21 for Sale by aug 23__ to Bench Corset and shirt Han x factory n. Or. Cornik or fourth and Svca mors or. K. A. She Feerd would the Spect fully invite the attention of ladies who have Erjie Rien ced any inconvenience from wearing corsets to those manufactured by tier particularly tier French corsets. The Ain Ciple ii Hui which Tivey Rue made differs most essentially from Itiat of any other Ever offered to the Public and she challenges any maker to produce an article that can be worn with the same ease Aud Comfort. Mrs. R. A. S. Will Endeavor to keep up an assortment in Stock but Slie recommends ladies at All times to have them made to order if possible As they will thereby insure a a sect and easy fit. Apprentices warned. Also first rate stitchers none but such need apply aug 24 on thursday aug. 29, at 10 a. Aug 28 Rogers a Sherlock. A bushed sugar.�?25 bbl no 1 Philadel by Phi received by a a minstrel for Sale by my 26 Bailey a Hab Weli or a a we a a bbl pork.�?69 bbl prime pork 64 bbl or nip pork Bra pork,�?69 bbl prime for Safe by a an. W. Thomas a co. Us 26_.lard.�?200 kegs no 1 i it Ard for Sale by aug 26 n. W. Thomas a Ca a Tarpeh a Bible no 7.�?the seventh i number of harpers illuminated and pictorial Bible one of the most Beautiful yet issued has been received by g. F. Thomas it contains Many splendid engravings among t up pm of prominent of which Ary those the following subjects apr vice of the Mer arites the princes offering \ Moses before the mercy seat trunk its sounding an alarm. Miriam smitten with leprosy rebellion of Korab. Copies of the earliest impressions of All the numbers of the pictorial Bible on hand. G. F. The Mas agent. A Esow agent or tie columbian Magazine to Dey a Ladysz Book grahams Magazine. National Magazine a. A. A. Main Street Between 3d and 4 h sts., opa is e comm Ryval Bank one door a Forth of Platt evens. Aug 2g ind. Blade. It eng Sun copy my iss coned a seh1nary for Tyoung Secoll year of this institution will commence 011 monday the 2nd september. Miss Coxe is assisted in the duties of the Seminary by Lier sister and by exar fenced and highly qualified instructors in the French language music mathematics a. Her boarding pupils Are under the entire supervision of Hearell Aud sister. Mcllvain Gambier Rev. Or. Cobb Bishop elect of Alabama Rev. Or. Boardman and Rev. G. W. Ridgeley Philadelphia Rev. Or. Aydelotte i judge Este Rev e. Allen Rev. Or Colton we. Bur net Esq., judge Wright or. Worcester Rulus King Esq., Albert Bledsoe Esq., Cincinnati Meed Mcllvain new York Clement Biddle l. L. D., Henry Mcllvain. Esq., Henry j. Williams Esq., Philadelphia j. N. Whiting. Esq., Columbus o. Rev. W. A. Small Wood Zanesville o. Residence of miss Coxe Sycamore st 4 doors above sixth. Aug 24 5-10 or Brick houses and lots. We wish to ��1 2 Brick houses entirely new with the lots on which they stand the houses ate2 stories and attics High containing 8 rooms each and cellar under the whole House double Parlours folding doors grates blinds painted and Peori Ted front Yard and alleys paved cisterns a ac., All in Complete order the lot 36 feet front by pm feet deep to an Al Ley Uliey Are situated on Mansfield Street East Side it it a further articulate enquire at Lamont a Anderson. Aug 24 5-lm__353 main st. For Little Kook Van Buren and fort Smith. A Arkansas new Light draught Steamer Zanesville packet Scales Marter will leave As above on monday sept. I 2, at 4 of clock p. Us 28 a. Wheelwright a co. Fob a Ash Vii Light dram lit Steamer Alps a a a a Scantland master will Leatz As above on Friday aug. 30, at 10 a. Aug 28 j. Wheelwright a co. Fob new a tie new and splendid Steamer new world a a. Capt. James Tyau will leave As above on saturday 3lst inst at 10 of clock a. Aug 28 a Wheelwright a co. For new Light draught Steamer Potomac Mullen master will leave As above on thursday aug. 29, at 4 p m. Aug 27 Rogers a Sherlock. Fob Bock Van so Ith and fort Gibson Arkansas new Light draught Steamer Gazelle Doxon master will leave for the above and intermediate Jioras about tie 1st of september. For freight or passage apply on Board or of k. G. Maguire aug 21 Broadway opposite Broadway hotel. Lour.�?200 bbl fresh ground and Good brands i Niles files files a we have now a on hand a full assortment of files of Greaves and Naylor a make suitable for blacksmiths and machinists use Wlinich together with a Good assortment of tools among which Are steel and Iron Point compasses squares callipers riveting hammers hand vices Spring dividers a. A. We offer on reasonable terms wholesale or retail. Joseph w. Wayne a co aug 24 5-eod3t 196 main st 4 doors below 5th. Knife have two or three of these convenient instruments on hand which we will dispose of Low. For a boarding House or hotel they Are just tie thing. For Sale by Joseph w. Wayne a co aug 24 5-eod3t 196 main st 4 doors below 5th. Fire n. Y. Quita ble insurance company capital $300.000.�?office opposite the Heri Rte House insures dwelling houses stores and other buildings House hold furniture merchandise and every description of property own the most favourable terms known in the Union. Directors new York. Henry Yates Harvy Weed Gardner a. Sage Silas Holmes Henry Rowland Joseph Bouchand Shepherd Knapp James e. Cooley Christian h. Sand Robert l. Smith if Anthony f for Sale by aug 26 Rogers a Sherlock. auteur r. Colton classical facade _ Hyp Corner of fifth and race streets tie autumn and Winter term of this institution will commence on monday tie 2d september. Rev. C. , d. A. Late professor in the theological Seminary of Ohio principal. Jno. C. Zachos a. M., assistant. This Academy affords the advantages of a comparatively private Liberal education to a select and limited number of pupils its course of instruction embraces tie fundamental English branches the latin acid greek classics the German and French languages mathematics geography history rhetoric and logic intellectual and moral philosophy. A. References or. Worcester judge Wright we. Burnet Esq. Rev. I r. Cobb Rev. K. Allen a. H. Ernst or. L. C. Rives Rufas King Esq., pro. P. Foote Esq or. W. We Ood t. Carnes Esq., s. Wieging l�9q., d. E. A. Strong Esq., t. H. Yeatman Esq. Application for admission May he made of the principal at the House of miss Coxe Sycamore above sixth Street or at tie Academy or of or. Zachos at the office of drs. Mussey amp Worcester. Aug 245-10 a Han dkeruhiefs.�?500 prices Pongee and Flag and Bandana silk he Kos various qualities Square a. 100 pieces blk fringed he Kos. A uso�?500 pcs Cotton fancy and Flag he Kos and cravats. Also a splendid Stock of fancy dress he Kos silk Merino and Mousel in de Laine. For Sale by aug 24_j. A c. Jones no. 19 Pearl st. Of Cotta a coh Menta Ries on the Bible the holy Bible containing the old and new testaments according to the authorized version with explanatory notes and practical observations and copious marginal references by 1 Bomas Scott Rector of Aston Sandford Bucks. New stereotype edition from the fifth London edition with the authors last corrections and improvements. 6 vols., 8yo. Boston 1844. Just Recd and fur Sale Low by we. H. Moork a co 110 main st Between third Aud fourth wholesale and retail dealers in theological classical and school books and stationery aug 24 Joseph w. Duryee a. G. Thompson George Rapelye John Ruthven Lambert Suydam Peter a. Hargous Paul Spofford John p. Nesmith Robert a. Robertson James o. Ward p. Halsey. Lambert Suydam. President. Joseph Strong Secretary. Edward p c Rajic ii agent. Office. Hoppley a buildings opposite the Henrie House Cincinnati. Aug 21 2-2weod of r Ding House a furniture for Sale a we 1 have a Good stand for a Riding House with furniture for Sale of moderate terms for Cash. The House has now some 10 or 12 boarders and More can be obtained. The present occupant is compelled to go East and will sell out on such terms As will make it an object to any one disposed to go into the apply to Hunter a co Agency office3rd-st, aug 22 3-tf Between main and Walnut. Try Good at five per of William a. Beecher 52 Beaver Uear Wiliiam Street new York is daily receiving from auction All sorts of dry goods which lie will sell from tie Bills at 5 of tent for Cash. The actual Cost is always marked in figures on each article. Also goods suitable for milliners merchant Tail ors hatters shoe and Stock manufacturers aug 12 94 Eod it Ormal serie of school books. Pickets new juvenile sailing Book a a a a a a Reader a a Normal teacher a new work in press a a introduction a a header and definer a a English grammar. The above school books Are held in High estimation by the Ablest teacher in our country. The authors remark that in addition to the Best practical Normal school method of teaching they Are designed to exert a decided moral influence without any sectarian Bias. Published and sold by . James aug 24_ alas and Tims copy �6 Pearl st. Clothe pins. 20 boxes just received by aug 24 Bailey a Hartwell. Al Lake Nave in store 2 boxes of 1 dry goods belonging to John Gordon of st. Louis. Tins is to give notice that if not taken away within 30 Days they will be sold to pay charges a. Aug 24 John Cochran a co. partnership heretofore existing be tween John Pearce and Henry Pearce jr., in tie manufactory of Cotton yarn and Cotton and hemp machinery is dissolved by Mutual consent John Pearce will continue the Cotton manufactory and Henry Pearce or. The building of Cotton and hemp machinery. The business will be settled of either of the firm. John Pearce aug 23 4 a Henry pm aka a eff flour. Aug 23 -230 a bin for Sale by s. Fosdick amp co Sycamore it win Purchase flax seed As heretofore delivered at Cincinnati or if placed in store on toe Ohio River or any of the navigable streams or canals leading to it merchants and others wishing to sell or contract tor future delivery can advice us by mail and such advice will receive prompt attention. We prefer to receive seed in bulk and Send bags for it. We shall Purchase seed by weight. 56 la to the Bushel. The Standard adopted by the dealers in the article 111 ibis City. _ . Miller amp co aug Broadway and canal Basin. Flo let a a Gantell residence with 10 rooms in Complete or or with every Cove ence. Put a Hull aug earner of 4th and Walnut streets. Harpers Bible no 7.�?received and jux ready for delivery at the cheap publication depot umbrellas.�?10 cases of Good Cotton urn Biel Las of the latest patterns at the Low Price of 50 c. At n. In. Coleus umbrella parasol and Cane store 5th st. Above main st. Ang27 open till 8 of clock in the evening. Umbrellas.�?20 cares of the finest Blue and Black Cotton ass a sizes and made and finished in the Best manner for Sale at the Low Price of 60 cts. For a Eye Atn. L. Cole�?T,8, 5th st 3 doors atom a a main. Big 27 Onen till 8i of clock in the evening. Ref Ore new Nevy month Ivl by Mirror for september 4 engravings 25c. Memoirs of Vidocy principal agent of the French police written by himself. Price 50c, the Montous 1 full account of the recent difficulties ending in the death of the 12c. Robinson it amp Jones 123 main Street Aag 27 a Mytha agents aug 26 Robinson amp Jones 123 main Street. a , by Alfred $ Tennyson 2 vols 16mo. Also poems narrative and lyrical by win. Motherwell 1 l6mo. Third edition. Just Recd and for Sale by we. H. Moore a co aug 27_ 10 main st bet. Tuii Al fold fourth. Niche wandering 1 cheap edition Price 6 cents. Part i of harrier a Broth is edition of the wandering jew is i at deceived. In will be Issue fed in numbers at 6 cents each beautifully printed on Fine Pap a will co Fain owe third mop Titan win Triester s let i Ion and of less than half the Cost. A a it tiie Trade litre supplied at t a near York pub m ice. Mowra Robinson a a Jork agents for Harar amp Brothers aug 27 123 main Street above t Hird to Hunter a 4to.�?real estate and general to Agency office a Street Between main % Walnut. The following City property a offered for Salahor barter. Fee simple. 12�? a Hon and lot Frame 20 front 100 deep to an Alley 8th Street near Western Roxy Cash $1,300. 23�?new Frame House and lot 30 front 100 deep race near 12th. $1,500. 24�?2 Story Brick 3d st 21 front 99 deep Wool pm proved 7 rooms. 3ju09. 34�?twc 2 Fory fyn my buildings Lof 24 by 90 to an Alfey Between Dart a Smith on Hank of Al Whitewater canal. 1,190. Frame on 5fh near Moyed 16 by he to a to foot Alley. 700, -1 56�?two Story Brick 38 by 00 to an Alley 8 rooms Good cellar 011 North bet Sycamore a Broadway rents for $21 a month. $2 200. Two Story Frame adjoining. $1,300. do do same. $900 5�?handsome Frame dwelling 5 acres of ground fruit Trees a near Fulton. $2/4x1. 20�?House and lot on Smith near George 38 feet front 75 deep House 5 rooms excellent we ref Vyater. 1,800. House and i of on 6tp between1 a Lloid and Smith 22 front deep old Orante Cash #1 900.1 it a to House and lot Frame on Elm near corporation line so by ife4 rooms cel tar Good cemented Cistern shrubbery amp a front and rear. $908. A a work just published coins in the Siena new and useful just published. Part i. Contains a it Bethery and Plain instructions in the Art of working metals by precipitating Vliem from their solutions through the Agency of Vulva Oil or Voltaic electricity. Hart ii a theory and Plain instructions in tie arts Toile plating. Ing with an account of the Mode of depositing Metal lie oxides and the several applications of electro Type in the arts. A a a a. By Charles v. Walker honorary member of the in on Don society. Price 25 cents. Sold by sock 1 a Obinson a Jones no 123 main . Third amp fourth its. A Glass the a , i re Irma a among Cyl Nib glassware suited to tie country Trade. A common and printed teas Tea and it. Sugars and creams do do bowls and pitchers edged c c and minted Platee Diste and Bakers Plain and pressed Tumbler Bott Jeff Plaska a. A pm a forsake by we 8. Sampson us 26 92 main st East Side 3 doors below 3rd f lour.�?225 bbl in store for Saleby aug 26 s. Fospick do co Sycamore st. On,-59 Bales a a Otton Phi int lot 21 by 195 on Vine near 2d. Is of Ike a i my 4 aug 26 real estate agents 3d st bet main de Walnut k Ondon to in Torl als of the Steamer i Acadia. Robinson a Jones will have Lor a ale s morning at the american and foreign periodical depot 123 Mam Street the London illustrated news 3 dates the London pictorial times 3 dates the la Dou punch Bells use in London tie weekly despatch Al Rev i Fine Smithis times of aug ust 4th pub Fol it eds in Liverpool Imp no Diatel proceed Long tie sailing of each steamship and pent Teing the most Complete synopsis of the latest Intelli wee Riim All arts of the old world. Price 191 hints. It Tell a living age my 14. 8hakspeare to 20. Received and for Sale this morning at to Ftp Robinson a Jones 123 main Street i Rke a Island Salt. A fax sacks for Sale to arrive in a few Days by Bailey a Hart Elf Ang 24. A 47 a Fain st off. T Cincinnati lamp and Couf and alter Man u fac Toby. No. 160, main Street Between fourth and fifth. Where can be fixing tie largest Best and cheapest assortment of lamps chandeliers and can Delras to beet with in the Western country. Those persons who Are in want of any of the above articles will please favor us with a Call. Also Gas fixtures of every variety Matle to order Aud at up at a Short notice on the most in Tso Nable and accommodating terms. P. S. Lama and brass work of All a re bronzed aug lat queued to took Seq up of new. Baker a Phul. Aug 24 Gas Iio Thote Persow Desir or having the Gas introduced into their pre ii an have it done by the subscribers As heretofore 111 first rate style and we venture to say for less Money than any other Estabr Osbment in this Awe have of All times on hand a Fine variety of pendants Chandai ers a which we will put up at prices. Fixtures of any pattern made to order at Short aft who want Gas Wilt do Well to Catl on us before contracting. Baker it amp Phul Maia st Between fourth Ami i Ruih. Aug 24 lamp makers and go a few or a t insets i flannels�?10 Bales i stand fold plaid Lusey. ,so�?50 Bales Scarlet Green White Ami yellow Plain and willed flannels various qualities. Fors Alc by aug 24 j. Amp c Jones no. 19 Peart it a la tyrants a place As coach of a mud a aug 26 Ain or Walnut. Lard.4w9haga no 1 lard for Sale by r. W amp co at the conc Monatt lard fail fax Ojer no 11 aug 26 main and Walnut. Gloves and , Leaver Hoa Kin. Cotton Aud Wool gloves for ladies am gentlemen. And misses a Large and extensive Assort input. Also silk Anil worsted mitts. Of Vait Oue qual ttys for Sale cheap by j. A c. Jones no luf pf�1 1 it aug 24 a _ a Tab male Seminary we to a Zow pm a a Row Smth Jhb Errn Sidney Snow Copal. At the closing exercises for the of off for fallowing Young ladies received the rewards of tint in a Tittl Tion for scholarship and general excellence miss Bacheller 1st Reward miss o j Seymour 2d Reward miss c k Baldwin 3d Reward. In the preparatory department. Miss Mary k Spencer 1st Reward mias Caroline Empson 2d Reward. The fifth academic year will clip Menf of monday september 2. Prices senior class per Quarter #16 Law jul dior class pet a fort or a a a preparatory department a Quarter 3 to5 x vocal music taught without additional charge f 1 French instrumental music with la Iano use less Dos in landscape painting flyover a inf no a Wax Flowers it. F worsted Flowers transferred work Board and tuition a1 Quarter by 12 68-2m _ a poo bags turks _ of Kinine .�?200 ounces French quinine id a a a 5� do precis. Ext. Bark of lbs Gen. Frfd barks aug �3 Coiner of my in and front Street. No 15 8 8 t 8 my 8 on 3 00 3 00 59w Yte Nivian ml1nds.�?>v< v tween Sycamore st. And Broadway apposite Wesley Chapel Cincinnati. New am must let i Rawerts an latest styx. To j. Jul Coheh a at of Nifa Delphiia would respect Folly tall to All who want re Lildon of a Audi Exior order to ton a a a examine pee menu at his establishment. Or r. Has been in Fth cd in the above business in Philadelphia tor several years and flatters himself that he will be Able to please All who May razor him with their custom. Prices to suit the times Tob. 12. Cases Cas Junere a thugs. For Sale by aug 23 a. Labrot a be co no 20 Pearl st. 7urty boxes of the newest and Best style ribbons a just imported. For Sale by a. La Phot a co aug 23 no 20 Pearl Street. I Case of dress Silks imported and for Sale by l aug 23 a. Labrot a co no 20 Pearl st. Fly irate lessons in French by prof. A Gerard a. pm mfr of the Koyal Academy of Paris and me processor in Washington College. Off a. Gerard is Happy to inform the ladies and gentlemen of Cincinnati that he has taken Bis residence in this City for the purpose of giving lessons at the residence of those who May wish to become acquainted with the French in Guage at such hour As they May choose. His system or instruction is Ope of tie most approved and has always proved Succes Fol and pleasing to ail those who have favored hip with their patronage As my be seep by the following testimonials of gentle Meir Well known by several in this City from do. Potter of the episcopal Church of Albany having been desired to express my opinion of or. Be. Raid Asa gentleman and teacher of the French Lap. Guage 1 take much pleasure in saying that 1 Hay taken lessons in French of him for about six Mouths and i have been highly gratified with is amiable and gentlemanly deportment with hit occur ate and thorough method of instruction with his intimate acquaintance with the Terai mar of his ,and his just conceptions of style and composition. I cannot but think Piaf he would any Liere be found an agreeable and Success Ful instructor Horatio put to a Rector of st. Peters chore Albany. Albany May 31,5839. Fryn the Rev h. Winslow of Boston i have taken lessons in French for some time of prof. Gerard and think him a very accurate Aud excellent instructor. Having had some Opportunity to compare his pronunciation and method of teaching with that of Uther teachers both Gnu Paris and in this country 1 ran confidently recommend him As unsurpassed by any with whom 1 have been acquainted. With an accurate parisian pronunciation be unites a thorough grammatical knowledge of the French Lair Page and withal very gentlemanly and obliging manners. H. Winslow pastor of Bowdoin Street lurch. Boston dec. 15,1842. From the Rev the f Ferm Lye of Mew York City props she Evaid has been for some tone engaged in instructing a class of Young ladies of which Ray Daugh ters formed part in tie rudiments of the French Lap Unge and has desired me to express pay up Pion of his intruder and qualifications 1 very cheerfully state that believe him to be coinage it to impart thorough instruction in the French department of any Collegia or Seminary and Tliatha has during the a Tod of his residence in this place sustained the character of h Man of in Rie Huiess Anil of very gentlemanly de it Orti Uei to. We suppose that to a stranger in a strange land the opinion of such Asl ave become acquainted with him anti his Fiji be of team Liing May lie of some future service a a 1 can therefore have 110 hesitation in and Dilg my recommendation to those lie May Doph Tuu procure from others in tote City of Piuck More weight than mine. Thom As e. . Pastor of the ref. Prot. Dutch Church Albany. Albany May 31, 1839. Or. Gerard is also recommended by tie following gentlemen whose testimonials cannot he Public slide in this limited circular fur want of space but or a will he Happy to exhibit them to any that May Ufah to see them Hon. Josiah Quincy president of Harvard University c Tkv Ste Totten d. D., press to of Washington col lege Hartford. Kev. Jeremiah Day d. 1 in. In. D., press to y afo col lege n. Haven. Rev. Thomas k. Vermylen Rev. S. 11. Cone l. 1 Rev. N. L. March lug Rev. K. W. Andrews fit Rev. Win. R. Whittingham Bishop of tie diocese on try Piid. Rev. Or. Wyatt Baltimore. Ufa excellency James Mcl Towell y Rev. K. L. Magan i. I i Richmond Vohon. Rollert Haunard la do a j Rev. Or. Elfoe a Rev. W. Norwood j terms or Terrion. Lessons at tie residence #7 �0 jtt3 for fort iter information application can to Prado at or. Gerard s of Fine Anil eighth or by addressing him through the poet office. Ftp tii use who May wish to secure the services or or. Gerard in the pall Ore respectfully invited to make arrangements now in order that they May he directed to but Way by them Sel Vas while passing the summer in the country so that on their return they May commence their instruction with greater advantage. N. H. Or. A will give particular attention to it �?�ppl1 cations he May re Atoe from schools aug 19 199 staws arsons having claims against the late medical department Outhie Cin Cincinnati col lege Are notified to present the same with the proofs of their Validity to the undersigned at his office aug 9 92-eod6t Chas. L. Telford. F ust received by Alexander turn a i Bull amp co commission for the Sale of american goods 175 Baltimore Street 95 cases fancy Cassimeris Mew fall styles from tie Middlesex Maverick new England and other manufacturing companies 40 do Wool Black Blue Plain Atul Doeskin finish do 48 do clot has Blue Wool Black invisible and. Rifle greens Brown Cadet Ami olives an assortment of tie several qualities from tie Northampton Hamilton Northfield and s lasers Woolen Mills 25 do heavy Canada and steel mix Low priced the 100 do sat nets of tie usual qualities from the Woolen Mills at Stafford Vernon Coventry and other companies 45 do Kentucky Missouri and negro 120 Bales including 34, 7-8, 4a and 6-4, from the Ballad Vale co a and 7-8 and 4-1 Scarlet Plain Anu willed from the 1 nicest or and Andover Melfa 125 do ticks and of Mims a a a and a a a from the Dorchester Aud Milford companies. 72 to dishy balt. American catalogue Sale of dry goods. Boots. Shoes brogans a. On a credit of three months by Sewa Tmima a Mann. Our first fall Sale will take place on to Raday next the 29th just to commence at 9 of clock a. M., when we will offer three Hundred lots and packages of seasonable dry goods ac., consisting in part of a Penor Blue Black Brown and invisible Green Broad cloths Beaver and Pilot cloths Flushing blankets a great variety of Cassimeris Plain and fancy Satt nets figured lunettes Plain and figured alas Lustres Para Mattes fancy coat lining flannels velvets and velveteen a great variety of Cashmere and Nett Woolen shawls silk shawls English French and american prints silk handkerchiefs and Travale fancy vesting Merino undershirts and drawers Brown and bleached muslims Woolen and Cotton hosiery Susji Enders. And other articles. Also a Large lot of thick boots shoes. Brogans and fashionable cloth Capa the goods will be ready for inspection Early on thurs Day morning. Tonne All sums under one Hundred dollars Cash without discount All Carer $196 approved endorsed notes at three months. Schleis1ngkr a Mann Corner of Pearl and Walnut streets. Aus24 gernjmji2idffi�s Sale amp of dry goods a by Canfield cook.�?149 main Friday August 36, 1844, at half past 9 of clock a. Consisting in part of Aracha Lustres Plain and Fig ured Black bomb Zines. Eoli Ennes Plain and figured Serges plaid lend says red White and yellow flannels Rob Roy and Broche shawls Irish linens Linen lawns muh and Swiss Musi ins. Manners shirting a pro checks Blue drills a. A. Also cloths. 5 cases Wool Black invisible Green Blue Olive and Brown cloths. 2 cases Kentucky jeans. 2 do sati net Black mixed and Diagonal Stria also sheeting. 29 Bales Indian head Stark Milis Chicopee a cd. Lawrence Mills and sheeting. Also is cases boots and shoes. To which will be added a Large invoice of Stock goods which will positively be sold without Reserve for Cash by Canfield a Cook aug 28 auctioneers. It tensile Sale of fall and Vij Winter dry goods at auction by Hopper Wood a co no h Peart st monday tuesday wednesday and thursday sept., 2d 3d, 4th, a 5tlr will an sold of Cash. 459 packages British French India German and american dry goods among which Are Blue Black invisible Green Cadet and drab cloths Black and fancy coloured Cassimeris Lamdon tweeds sat nets assorted colors and qualities Argyle Jean by. silk and Tabby velvets Valencia figured silk and Satin vesting Green and Scarlet willed flannels Plain and Alacca Lustres silk and worsted Serges plaid Liu Seys Beaver cloths Pilot cloths Brown and Black Canton flannels italian lusting and Gro a Naples silk Mouveline de Laines and Tibet cloths Karlston Gingham Linen damask table cloths Irish Linen italian cravats gentlemen s scarfs Mermo and Tibet Shaw is Rob Roy do a great variety dress Handlei chiefs apron checks bed ticking sewing silk and twist a Large assortment of ribbons silk coat Cord and bindings Cotton Flag handkerchief laces Combs Pina a Large assortment of trimmings Acac also.�?60 Bales Brown sheeting 20 cases bleached do 45 a prints ass a 10 Bales Scarlet flannels 15 cases sat nets 6 Bales plaid Lineys 19 cases Lennock jeans 3 Bales red padding 8 cases Steu. Jeans 18 Bales Brown drills 12 a bed ticking 20 cases fur hats 10 a a a a Caps 30 a a umbrellas 25 Bales Black w adding 5 a a canvass also.�?25 cases Florence braid bonnets Shell and Prince Albert do English Straw a. 14x1 cases menus thick Kip and calf boots boys do menus and Hoys Kip Ami thick brogans women a leather bootees and Buskin ties ladies kid Slipper and walking shoes children a shoes Acac aug 27 Hopper woo a co. Auctioneers. Very desirable building l4its��?will he sold at auction on the premises on thursday the 5th Day of september next without Reserve from us to 159 lots varying in size of from 25 to 56ft front each by 871 to 119 it deep. This pro arty is immediately adjoining the corporation Liue and Western Row in Wade Ludlow a Dudley a subdivision is handsomely Laid out on High ground and in one of the most improving Art of the City or suburbs. The lots front of Linn. John Locust Oliver Poplar and Northern Row or Liberty streets the two latter of which Are now grading and will be completed at the Cape use of tie proprietors and will present a Shorter and pleasanter thoroughfare from Western Row to the Brighton House or Harrison Turnpike. The terms will be very easy say 1 4th Cash the balance in 1,2 Aud 3 years secured by mortgage or a Liberal discount win be made for prompt Aymett. Title Audi Satabe. An Opportunity will now be offered to mechanics and others to obtain a lot for their own use at a Low Price when toe taxes who be much lower than within tie City and yet be within a Shorter distance of the court House and Centre of business than any pro arty in Texa. For further articular and plat of this subdivision apply to we. K. Morris or Wright a Graff real estate agents no. 13 West third st. Rale to con Meuce at 10 of clock. Aug 23 a thur to blk Sale of building lots. If not previously disposed of at private Sale of urday 12th september next at 10 of a Linthe morning we will sell on the ground 16 7 build ing loin lying Between the Observatory Road and the residence of col Pendleton and running up the Deer Creek Valley. Elliis pro arty situated in the immediate Vicinity of w Ater Power Mills machinery a. On the Miami canal Aud within a Short distance of main Street Aud toe Ohio River is very desirable for mechanics merchants Aud business men or for capitalists who wish to in Vest Money in houses to rent As Small tenements rent exceedingly Well in this Vicinity. Plats of the pro arty can m seen at our auction room and record examined in books 76 and 78, pages 531,532 and 426. Terms a Cash balance in 6,12, 18 and 24 title indisputable. Yorke Bra shears a Hewson aug 21 auctioneers. Just 30 cartoons of Rich Bonnet ribbons i do do misses do do 29 do Plain Satin Aud Taff do 40 Doz Cord and tassels 960 do Paris Gimp 100 do London do 200 do russian do 100 do mixed do 500 do do fringe to do blk Loop do 150 do do mohair to 2,2 and 3 Inch 20 a9 bilk Bugle and Gimp head fringe 50 do menus Woolen gloves 50 do children a do 200 do Woolen cravats 100 do lambs Wool Hose 60 do Woolen hoods 60 do children a Woolen boots 500 a to Lisle thread Caps 2960 yes Muslin edging Aud inserting and a Large assortment of blk and White fancy nets Lisle in aces edgings Small wares ac., Sale Low by Jas. Mccreevy a co aug 23 no 30 Pearl Street. New y Ork City. Lurt _ Peppy la aug 22 m bags Pepper for Sale by Kellogg a Ken Nett _ no 12 East front st. New carpet warehouse no. Go main Street Between fourth and fifth the Only establishment in the City for the exclusive Sale of carpet. Rugs floor Oil cloth and everything pertaining to tie Carat business at wider ale and retail. Tie under argued Calls attention to their extensive and new assortment of Carat which Are new open for Sale. 3txi pieces superfine Aud common ingrain carats 50 do 1 per Raff 3 ply Carat 50 do Brussels and Wilton 75 do Stair Aud halt carpeting 30 do damask Huip carpet. Also a splendid assortment of rugs Fig a and Plain floor cloths French embossed piano Aud table covers damask and cloth do damask and watered More ens by tie Niece Stair Linen Stair rods a. Aug 23 j. C. King Walt a of. I/r1 Wist re a Balshor wild evidence a the following a sent us by messes Pali Mccur to Ken a co agents for the Sale of we stars Balsam of wild Cherry at Lancaster Ohio. In the feel it my Inq As an of kindness to tie afflicted to inform them what a Istaz a Balsam or Wum Cherry has done for my daughter. There is Many a Parent who has Given up a beloved daughter Ora son As a prey to that fell destroyer consumption. They have As 1 have done dried All lie Moat skillful and eminent physicians within their knowledge and All of the most popular remedies that seemed to hold out some Hoa Lor a continuance of life without getting apy Rekiec to to a a a who Tike me have been seeking with trembling Hope for some remedy of real efficiency 1 would say seek no farther but try at once or. Wiethar e Balsam of wild Cherry. daughter Sarah Jane aged seventeen years whose life for months had been despaired of and w As supposed a Ture prey to consumption Haa been ruled restored to per feel health and that too by using five bottles of or. Wistar a Balsam of wild Cherry. A of Atman com ton. Greenfield township let a Urf Leld county Ohio March 15, 1844. For Sale in Cincinnati by Sanford a Park aug 21 Corner of fourth and Walnut its. Lot at be sold without appraisement to the highest bidder on wednesday the 4th Day of september 1844, at the door of toe court House in the City of Cincinnati by James co oar the following lots of Laud held by perpetual lease As designed on tie plan of sub dision of lands North of Cincinnati recorded by tie undersigned in Book 82, Page 418, of the records of Hamilton co., to wit lots numbered on said plan 50 and 51, situate on the West Side of Sycamore st,24 feet each in front by 100 feet deep and subject to a yearly ground rent of $14 each lot a year. Lots 52, 53 and 54, on Dorsey st 33 feet front by 120 feet each in depth subject to a ground rent of $12 each lot a year. Lots 42 and 45 on Baltimore st 33 feet front by 120 feet each in depth subject to a ground rent of $13 each lot a year. Lots 88, 89 and 90, on Auburn st 29 feet front by 108 feet in depth subject to amp ground rent of $10, each lot a year. Terms of Sale one fourth Cash in hand Ami the residue in three yearly equal payments with interest secured by mortgage on the premises. The plat of subdivision May he seen of record at the office of Chase a Bali on third st. S. P. Chase aug 19 Loots trustee of g. Dorsey. Commercial. Ciurar pm hic. Commit of a mls it a for Thi mom of James c. Hall chair Aram. Lewis Worthington k. J. Miller John Kennett Tyler Davidson. Committee or Awill a. W Lee Chararan. Nat Oak Sampson Calvin Plotcher w. B. Alvord m. R. a Zikry rot Zzz Sec a. Applications to be made to the Secretary who will give notice of the time and place of meeting when its services Are Levi Fred. Ciracio Ramftl a Nutu to of a cd Al latest dates and prices. New York. Boston a a aug 4 i Baltimore am 23 �?�881 . Pork 9.� balt. A. Pork rum boat. A. Pork 9.60 n. Of. Pork 9.06 flour 4ff5 flour 4jw flour 4.31 flour 4.56 whisky 24 White s3 whisky 35 whisky 30 lard 6 lard 64 lard 61 lard 64 Western Stock a exc Tambe at new vote. Exchange. Aug 24 on Cincinnati. 1014 Ltd. On by. Orleans. Artful in. Review of toe Market far the weak ending wednesday aug. 28. wears about the same appear Ance generally this week that it did last. The fall Trade is opening but has not yet opened. A free rain thursday evening last preceded by a High wind from the North West changed the sweltering warm weather to an unseasonable coolues3, and we have had almost daily showers and a raw unwholesome atmosphere Ever the River had risen to about 5 feet at Pittsburgh at last accounts was rising at Wheeling also and is now rising Here. The imports of the week in lending articles of grocer fas reach Only 5 pkg Tea 85 bags Coffee 20 . Sugar 22 do loaf sugar 10 boxes Havana sugar and 5 tres Rice. The exports in leading articles of Western produce Are still less amounting to only2667 urls flour 922 urls and 20 Hlf Bila whisky. 135 Hhd and 140,000 lbs Bacon 96 urls hams 30 urls beef 348 kegs lard 9 urls and 316 kegs butter 479 boxes cheese and 20 urls eggs. common rates Are 3�ji3�c for pots and 4�04�c for pearls. Manufactories Are not doing much and demand limited. Oak $4 56 96 60 fat Cord. White and Black 3 50cd4 30. Are none in Market and As the new crop will soon come to hand for the present we drop our quotations. quote 996c p a and a constant demand. But Tittle a coming in. Market is a Little better supplied and some lots have arrived made from the new crop. Prices remain the same say $1 12 to 1 50 p dozen. Good tub and Crock butter the packers Are paying to Iraq p %. Yogt quote Western Reserve in kegs at 8k�9c. Retail sales of Crock in Market at 80124 and of print at 12401184c. The demand is Good and Supply South this week 9 urls and 316 kegs. Cheese is improving a Little. A Good article now commands 4k#5c very readily. We still quote 40ttc As the extremes of the Market except for a damaged article unfit for the this week 1473 boxes. Shipped South 479 boxes. Cotton and Cotton has been Good inquiry for Cotton yarns throughout the week we quote assorted numbers at 16401 Ltd a the common rates remarking that there have been sales to some amount at 16c, and that few ask More than 17c. Cotton batting we quote at 94c<dkhc, at which there Are steady sales. Candle Wick and carpet Warp 1740184. Tie extremes of the higher grades Cotton Are gob p some sales of lowest Grade for batting at 54054c. Drugs paints oils have made a few alterations in our figures this week but nothing Worth articular statement. The business is Dull and sales Are mostly in a retail Way. Dry stocks Are now very full and Well assorted for the coming seasons business. Some of our wholesale dealers have bad quite a Lively Trade during the last two weeks and it a thought that it will still improve Early in september. The cold weather will of course make it necessary for country dealers to Lay in their Stock of woolens of which Large quantities have already been sold to those in the clothing Trade who usually buy a few weeks in Advance of the season. Prices Are now fairly established for the season and these Wili no doubt be maintained throughout the fall and Winter. Cotton goods at about toe same As Spring prices and woolens considerably advanced particularly the coarser descriptions. Our friends in the country can get 9 general idea of our prices from our figures which we believe Are Correct. Good demand exists st present for feathers especially for the better qualities. They Are wanted for shipping mostly to the Eastern markets where prices Are Well maintained. We have heard of some sates from wagons of a Choice article at 27c, though they generally sell at 25 to 26c per la. , no 1, $12 500113 00 per Bra no 2, 11 00o�ll 56 Salmon 17 our duh 00 Baltimore Shad 19 50 Gill 50 cod dry,3 50�4 00 a cwt Lake fish 10011. Flax settled rate now for a Good article is 90c a Bushel of 56 lbs. Demand Good and Supply limited. Flour has advanced again within25c p Bra of the highest notch this season and is firm. About 700 urls canal sold on monday at a Range of from $3 �,5 inspected to 3 70 part inserted and g62 urls on tuesday at a Range of from 3 70 and inspection to 3 76 Clear. Sales of several Hundred urls Ohio canal flour within the week at 3 70 Clear. A few Small sales of City Mills on monday at 3 76. On tuesday a Sale of 500 urls for Export at 3 75.�?received this week 1721 urls by the Miami canal 114 by the rail Road awl 411 by the Shripad South 2007 urls. Freights remain As last week with a Prospect of a decline again in a few Days Viz. To new Obelz chs pork p bbl.087 whisky. A 090 flour a a 50062 Pound freight37040 to Pound freight.020 bulk meat. $ 100 lbs none. To st. Loris Pound freight.20025 wet Barreto. 40050 fruits dried a apples and peaches being out of season we have till the new come in dropped our quotations. Raisins m. Re a p Box $3 00 blooms 2 00.�? figs 124015c p it. Zante currants 11012c. Green a the Supply of nearly All kinds cultivated in this Region a very abundant. We quote a Fpo a ii.i.i1ker.�?just received a new style x of Black and White lace for trimming bonnets at s. N Pike amp brother a aug 23 11 East third Street opposite Henrie House want Udo Doo bushels Irish potatoes for which a fair Price in Cash will be paid if delivered immediately aug 23 e. G. Maguire Broadway of. Broadway hotel. Per and books. Reams medium record 6 do Demi do 50 polyglot bibles psalms she 25 do do do tuck 100 pocket do do she 100 do do do tuck. Martin Cruz Lewit Complete dung non on human health just received and for Sale by aug 22 George Cox amp co no. 89 main st. And Dorset and trim3iing store a no. 7, East 4tm Street sub Scriber would Call the attention of the ladies to her splendid assortment of corsets Flikier belts shoulder braces arc., which Are All of her own manufacture warranted to fit and give entire satisfaction in All cases. Every variety of a a trimmings a constantly on hand of the Best Quality. Wanted Good Corset makers. None need apply but first rate hands. Mrs. We. H. Ross. Aug 22 r. Lan be a co. Fur and fancy Cap manufacturers of no 1 Kos Evett Street new York return their thanks to their customers for the patronage received since they have been established Here and would inform them that they have Anna gently located a Branch of their business at no 17 fourth Street Between main and Sycamore where they have a very Large and general assortment of goods in their line made in the very Best style at the lowest prices. Country merchants will do Well to Call aug 23 4-tf Columbus journal Madison la Banner Indianapolis journal and Missouri Republican will copy to a Ragunt of $2, and charge this office and Send Paar to advertisers pianos Chick ebing�?~8 pia160�thfa Day received at t. B masons piano Forte Ware rooms. No 18 Kant fourth st. A full assortment of mahogany and Rose Wood piano Fortes from the manufactory of j. Bickering Boston acknowledged both in Europe and America to be the Best piano Forte maker living. A piano can be seen at or. Masons rooms for s feta Days which was manufactured by or. Chicke rift Oyer fifteen years ago and has been in constant Ufa Ever since it was made. Att 22 3-tf hop coi$gke44a wl5ws.�e have to Ufa i Postl of a Small and pretty Church Frame lot 30 by Fly Muetz would answer excellently for a Small co Grega lion which we can sell Low for Cash. Apply to Sheppard a co aug 20 109 main st bet. Third and for Rah d a. Allen a wheel pm having associated them caves in the tract ice of do u tal surgery Are pre pared to a Furm All of ratios connected with their i Oumou. In addition to the usual operations attaining to the dental Art they insert artificial palates and roofs so As to restore the speech to its Ori Ginal clearness and with such rect adaptation to the surrounding parts As to be worn without Tbs least a it they also manufacture and insert parcels to Teeth in blocks with artificial Gums which is of great Imp tame to those whose dental Arches have by the lots of tin Teeth absorbed so As to change the form of tie Mouth Ami face. To Weir open Wmk rooms Are on fourth Street Between main Ami Walnut at the Well known establishment of j. Allen who has been extensively engaged in a nitrite i this City during the last fourteen yearn. Those who have Large or difficult operations to perform win please Call and examine their style of work aug 21-3m 1 hoarding and Day a exercises of in a a try lauds female Seminary will be resumed on monday september Northwest Corner and Vine aug 15 97 6jr riptide 4>lth Erni in curable the above disease May be by the employ Merit of trusses alone the under argued assures those afflicted with it that he is enabled by tie most simple pro Cess to produce a a Light degree of irritation or the most simple Grade of inflammation at the ring or opening through which the parts Ema a and an adhesion and cow sequent closure of the outlet a effected. A for the above treatment does not interfere with the Ordinary avocations it tie patient and if Relief to the Entile satisfaction of toe patient fax not afforded no charge will be made. Satisfactory testimonials will be offered. Itt office no 17 fourth st Between main and Sycamore up stairs. Aug 20 it Al Jayne m. A g1highest Market prices will he paid for Timothy seed t Lovei seed hemp seed Mustard seed f. Flax seed also feathers beeswax Ginseng dried peaches dried apples. Together with almost All kinds of t country produce by John f. A in �?T0, aug 21 _ . L. Market and Sycamore Sta. The age highest Market Price Xiv paid for rag in Cash by Nixon a co., a mtg i7 28 Peart st. Left of a a lady and gentleman with a Young my child wish to get hoarding a a private family in the City where there Are few or no Otter address c. B. M., Gazette office. Tug 17 of Osty of last thursday a Small sum of Meney i a the finder will be liberally rewarded by fearing it a a John Cochran a cons no 15 West 4th st. Aug 22 pies at 25050c it Bushel Pear 75c0l 25 peaches 50c 01 50. Ginseng is not so plenty nor is the demand so Active As heretofore. We quote 23 and 24c As the rating rates. from More at 1 7501 87 for 8 by 10, and at 2 56 for 10 by 12. Are Small receipts of wheat almost daily from this immediate Vicinity. Most of what comes in is a fair article and taken by toe Milf Era at 76c. Corn is taken in stores at about 30033c p Bushel and resold for shipment at 35c. The distillers pay 30c, and we notice Small sales from Market wagons at 36033c. Oats come in very sparingly. We have noticed no sates far several Days and give 18022c As a nominal quota Tion. About 90c would be paid at mores and As High As 23024c is pa1 by the livery stable Keearns in Market for a few bag. business has been about the same As last week. Ora figures cover the Range of the Market. Within them we Bear of safes of n. O. Sugar to some extent at 6407c. The sales of molasses during the week Are at our inside quotation and we hear of one Safe a fraction less. We quote leading articles As follows Havana Ami Rio Coffee 706c n. O. Sugar 6 074 n. O. Molasses 36031 s. H. Molasses 36038 Rice 4c. , for plasterers use continues to command 25c per Bushel for shipment. Stock of dry hides in Market is fair for the season. We hear of safes to some extent during the week at 164011c p it. Iron the Market is very stable. We continue to quote pig at $27028 p ton and bar at 3404c p it based on Seles the Pem week. Blooms we quote at $50 055 p ton. The last Pittsburgh Gazette say. A the Market remains very quiet. Several of the Mills Are out of blast. A decided movement will be made when they get into oration again and accumulate some we quote common bar 3, Juniata 34c.�?� blooms at Pittsburgh August 28, $56055. Lake have introduced there among our articles of regular quotation. They have been sold Here in targe quantities this season and Are now As settled an article of consumption As Mackerel. The present Price is $10011 per Bra. Nails the common rates Are 44c p it for Tod 44 for 8d, 5 for 6d, 54 for 4d, and 6 for 3d but it is not difficult to effect purchases 4c below these prices. The article however is inferior generally a grocers brands a Aud purchasers May do Well to examine care trily before they buy. Oils City manufactured a safes of linseed this week from tie Mills at 68c p gallon one Dollar extra for the barrels. We May remark that it is now the uniform practice of the Mills Tere to charge for the vessel sales of Best summer strained lard Oil st 50c p gallon. Pro vis provision Market has been comparatively quiet since our last review. About half of our Kiouses have cleared out their stocks Ami the stocks of several others Are reduced to a remnant. The fall Trade will make a clean sweep of the meats in the Cincinnati Market this season and leave everything in prime condition for new of ratios on the Block and in smoke House. The safes of Bacon during the week have been chiefly in Small pm reek and at the rates of Lari week vis. 6064c for hams 44044c for Side and 34 05 c for shoulders casks extra. Lari sales of mess pork $8 3508 37. Safes of country lard at 4fc City rendered no 1,54054c. 8aleratus, City manufactured a for a Good article City made we give 44c p it As a fair quotation. To include worst to Best however we quote 4404fc. Hal do the receipt Ere very tight Braeu uting to Only 797 urls for the week. Kales from the Landing have been effected at 36c p Bushel for Kanawha no 1, and from store at 3tc. Skkd8.�?since our last Timothy seed has met with some Advance and considerable parcels have teen posed of at #1 46 to i 36 p Bushel from Wagon tard heed is Worth $2 56 to 2 75 p Bushel and in Mand. Steak of hard at 7c p it and of soft at 54c. Tobacco a regular Sals of six twist at about 5c for a Good article. a help Naonta of Pitatos. Of Lona. Cabbage. Mid Otter Garden product an making every week. Potatoes May be had from wagons after Market hour at 16,18, and 26c p Bushel and of Anat whisky�?1 up again to 190194� per gallon a ruling rats and on monday and tuesday about half the safes Ware Mads at 1910194c.�?rscrivod during the weak 1337 Bra by the Miami canal 9 by a a a a a Road and 807 by the River. Shripad so a Brt and 96 my Bra. receipts Are still to some considerable amount and tie article is firm at previous quotations Viz. Tub washed at 25028c p it common to Quarter blood in fleece. 25028c half blood 29031 three Quarter blood 3 033 full blood. 33035.�?we have and 2lri. The latter gives quotations As follows based a a actual sales Viz. Ctm Imon and 4 blood 33035 4 blood 35037 4 blood 37039 mixed Merino and Saxony 40042 full blood Saxony 42045 Prim lots Saxony 47056 tub washed 35036. The letter says a Tab washed Wool is in request As us a As the lower grades of fleece at the quotations. We learn that some of the Ohio tub washed is very Fine and will command a higher Price in proportion to the the Philadelphia Fetter says a we Are making safes at about the folios ing rates a common tub washed and fleece 340c6c blood 37038c 4 blood 40042 full blood 420f5c Saxony 47050c.�?� a your Market just now is pretty quiet and but few sales making. Home manufacturer say that Wool is too High for the Toce of goods and it t a a Tittle lower but we Are of opinion prices will not change much from present rates unless goods should Hucl Lluc. _ August 89th, Miami yesterday 262 Bris four 132 do whisky 18 do ale 138 bushels. Oats 2u00 lbs flour 262 do Wool 400 do House Good. A a. Flour a the inquiry it canal was not less a yesterday than it had been for the three or four preceding Days but buyers were shy at the prices asked which were the Selling Price of tuesday. Only 75 urls were taken which went at $3 72 Clear. 100 urls at the River were taken at $3 75 Clear. at both canal and River at 194c per gallon. River Commerce y from the Cincinnati merchants Exchange books. Imports. From Pittsburgh by the orpheus 2 Hhd madder Bailey and Hartwell 80 sheets cop a 2 cases do Burton amp. Lockwood 12 pkg lae c Carpenter 24 do dry goods 11 do sundries various consignees. By the Columbiana 100 kegs White Lead 27 boxes glassware Allen amp co 57 do tobacco Thos j Adams 5 do jeans Hopper Wood amp co j b Chapman 2 Iron safes Beatty Mckenzie amp co 57 Bdl Sheet Iron 10 do b. Boards French amp. Winslow Wilson amp co 1 cask hardware t Davidson so co 29 pkg dry goods 35 do Mdse Morrell is. Gallagher steel Man Maynard amp co by the Plymouth 42 boxes cheese amp co 56 do do Beatty Mckenzie amp co 326 bars % sheets and 144 Bdl Iron 3 cases steel 60 kegs nails Stewart a be co Ball amp Davis 85 pcs boiler Iron 40 Bdl Nail Rod do 21 kegs rivets g amp j h Shoenberger 1 Carriage w p Hulbert 23 pkg drugs and Dye Stulls Geo h Bates be co 7 do wine 61 do Mdse a own s b Hunt 6 boxes shoes Neff amp Bros 25 pkg dry goods Blachly amp Simpson 17do do j d be c Jones 25 Dodo k b Bowler amp co Withers amp of Shaughnessy 38 do do e Elliott be co Wentworth be Bros 65 do do. Hopper Wood amp co and sundry others 8 boxes books 22 do glassware 46 pkg Mdse and sundries various consignees. From . The Lark 20 tons pig Metal d Woodrow 300 bbl Salt owners on Board. From Maysville by the Simon Kenton-20 bids floor for Sale on Board 100 bbl do 1 do Blue lick 30 pcs bagging 26 coils rope 76 la ales hemp to re ship 25 Bales do we m Walker amp co 36 bbl whisky w g Breese and others 52 do do 13 bags apples 26 do Oats 75 buckets owners on Board. From Lawrence Burgh by the we. Penn 61 urls whisky t j Adams 63 urls wheat Elliott amp Lawrence 39 kegs tobacco Springer be Whiteman $5000specie, to Goodman be co 12 bedsteads 70 Bush wheat 160 do bran a Kellogg and owners on Board. From the Little puce 30 bags flaxseed 31 do wheat Champlin be co Fagin 100 bbl Lime Marsh be co Stoner 35 Bales Cotton r Buchanan 18 pkg earthenware Hun Newell be Hilt. Steamboat Register. List of arrivals and depart ures for the 24 hours pre Vious to 3 o clock p. M., yesterday by and co. Vessels names. Virginian. Allegany Belle John go Lowig. Plymouth. Spartan. Columbiana Lark. Swift sure no 3 Simon Kenton Little Pike. Swift sure. We. Penn. Indiana. Masters. Timms. Hanna. Baker. Javens. Newton. Smith. Crawford. Robinson. Mclain. Armstrong. Ellison. Prat Man. Vessels names. Belie air. Orpheus. Tioga. Masters. Barclay. Dale. Mason spartan. Newton /. Simon Little swifts Rellison we. . Arrived from ship Yard Pittsburgh Pittsburgh in itts Bui Gli Portsmouth Pittsburgh Kanawha st. Louis Maysville. Louisville Louisville Aurora Carrollton departed por. Louis Pittsburgh st Louis Portsmouth Maysville Louisville Maysville Aurora Carrollton Domestic markets. Eastern. New York aug. �4.�?floor�?1tlie Market has been without animation All the week. The demand is mostly confined to City Trade. The last accounts from England were such As to give but Little Hope of farther shipments from this country during the fall. Early in the week sales of Gen Esee were making at $4 25, with occasional lots at a reduction of 64 to 124c per Bra but there is now none to be had at less than $4 25 for fresh ground. Ohio and Michigan Are held at $4 121a 4 181 Sthall sales of Troy at $4 12a4 25 for new 400 urls Eagle Mills Brand n. York City brought $4 25. Provisions beef fully maintains our last quotations say $5 25 to 5 624 tor mess and $3 00 to 3 50 for prime and in some instances a trifle above these rates has been obtained. Mess pork is rather heavy and sales have been made at $9 50 in Small lots. Prime is firm at $8 00, and in Small lots at $8 124. Lard continues firm at 6 to 64c for kegs and 54 to 6c for urls. Butter arrives freely and Sells at 124 to 15c for Goshen and 4 to 10c for Western Dairy. Ohio 8 to 9c. Cheese is in better request and fresh arrivals command 54c. No change in pickled or smoked meats. Wes Tern. Buffalo aug. 23.�?Salt Lias declined. Sales Are making at $1 03. The receipts within thirty Days have been 20,000 urls. A lot of prime. Heavy hides Are stored and restricted to 9e. Flour is less firm and holders evince a Strong desire to Realise. Sales of Good Indiana and Michigan at $3 44. A lot of 150 urls pork was taken at something below 9 00. The arrival of several invoices of wheat has Given buyers a Choice of samples and the Market which was heavy before is still farther depressed. Sandusky a held at 72c�?70c a offered 1,000 bushels Chicago per propeller Samson sold at 64c. Sour flour is Selling at $2 75 in Large lots. Cleveland Ang. 21.�?ganal-the receipts up to 2 of clock p. M., Are 530 bushels wheat and 1397 urls flour. Flour Sale 1600 urls favorite Brand at $3 31. Wheat sales 500 Bush Southern at 63c, 2000 bushels Bolivar at 66c, and 4200 do at 65c. St. Louis aug. 23.�?grain�?the receipts of wheat were lame and we notice a slight decline in prices. The last sales of strictly Prince were at 67a70. In Corn there is no change. Stiles were made at 33a35. Including sacks. The receipts of. Gats were Large and we heard of sales at 1 so 16c, without sacks and at 20u21 including land about 8000 pigs were sold during the week at $2 924�2 93, the closing sales being at the latter figures. There is a brisk inquiry and the Stock on Sale in the Market is very Light. Beeswax brisk sales at 26ic. Flaxseed 8ua83c, and in demand. Whisky there is not much doing in this article. Rectified is Dull at 190194 raw is in fair request at 20c. Southern. New Orleans aug. 17.�?arrived from sea ship Ann Hill from Boston 26th july. Sugar we quote from 44a64c according to Quality but remark that the Market has More of a downward tendency than otherwise in Havana sugars Small sales Are making at 5fo64c for Brown and 9a 10c. For White. Tobacco we quote inferior 14a24c> common 24�3c. Fair 3iu4c. Fine 44<r5c. Choice and selected 54a9c. Per la. Flour we quote Ohio #4.234.50 st. Louis brands for Bakers use command from 50 to 75c. More. Beef mess a very scarce at $10.50ul 1.00 per bbl., and $6.50 for half bbl. Prime a quite Dull at $4 00u4 25 per bbl. Lard the Range of prices a front 5 to 64c., according to Quality. Bacone there is a Good demand for All descriptions and the Market continues Verv firm at the Advance last noted. We quote sides to tic. Shoulders 34ti3lc., Jutuan Vassef hams filrasc., canvassed do 6s7c., sugar cured do 8s9c. Per and Bale rope we quote Western bagging via 13c. Cash and 12s 14c. On time. Western rope 44�54c. Cash and 5i�5lc. On time. Whisky there is a limited demand for this article but a the Stock a Light and altogether in store prices Are firmly supported. We quote rectified 19i�20c. Per gallon common 2ut22c. Grain there is a moderate demand for shelled Corn which is Selling from store at 45c. Per Bushel. Tits Are Dull at 34�35c. Per Bushel. Butter there a a great Scarcity of Good eating Salties and tip other the Market is 11 at former prices. U. S. Cattle markets. Boston Bashton aug. 19.�?at Market 74t> beef cattle 25�ou sheep and 1550 Swine. 50 Bee catty Ted several Hundred Swine unsold. Prices beep Eattle a few cattle were sold on saturday at about former Price to Day such prices were not sustained. Extra. $4 75 first Quality $1 50 second Quality $4 25 third Quality $3 25�$4. Sheep lambs from $1 ?5u$2 gel sheep from $1 752 5a Swine a Columbia a boats in Lota to peddle More than half Barrows 44c Pennsylvania and Ohio hog from 34u4c. At retail from 4a54c. New York August 19.�?at Market 130d beef cattle t$75 from the South 40 cow and calves 3175 sheep and Lamb. Price beet cat to few the Market the past week in a been excessively Dull and the transactions Only to a very limited extent. Holders have submitted to a reduction of 50c per Hundred and we quote accordingly Vit $4 25 tor retailing qualities and $5�.� 50 tor prime 450 left Over. Cows and calves sales at $14a2t>, All sold. Sheep and Lmh she is a 371 4 lambs $le2 75� Lett Over 300. Philadelphia August 15.�?1060cattle arrived Viz 118 from Kentucky. 320 Virginia Ami 622 Pennis. 317 Penn s cattle went to the new York Market the balance were sold to our butchers at from 4�44c�?extra 5�54c. Cow Ami calves. _ 170 in Market. Salea at $18a21 extra amp to j2\ springers $ 14s 18 dry cows $7al0 cafe Feteth a it a4 vex live weight on the delaware2f�jt Toga �?670 offered Futi treat 4l�44c. Sheep and lambs �?1172 offered Sale at $1 ms3 25, extra $4 25. Cincinnati Obj Upton aug. 2l-\\1 head beef cattle $2 253 00 per cwt doff a $2 372 50per cwt 180 Dofat sheep per head 21 Milch cow and calves $8

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