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FRIDAY, OCT. 17, lh56. 



Mechanics' Institute — On account of the 
inclemency of the weather, many were deterred 
from attending 'he exhibition last right, though 
the attendance was good. 

Among other machinery, a feature worthy of 
notice is a massive and beautifully finished 
geared lathe, by 
J. O Campbell, Esq, of our city. Mr. C. 
much credit tor the enterprise he has 
manifested in prosecuting this branch of me- 
, and lor the excellence which his work 
We hope soon to see all our ma- 
chine shops supplied with lath. 3 of home man- 
ufacture. 

A new feature in the exhibitions is the 
Muteum of Natural History. We are glad to 
see so large additions to this department. Du- 
ring the last week a number of collectors have 



Agricultural Fair— Third Day —Not 
withstanding the continued bad weather the at- 
tendance yesterday was vary good. The ladies, 
bless their hearts, knownrg that nothing could 
succeed without their presence, turned out in 
good uumbers. It is a matter of much amaze- 
ment to the directory that the people show so 
much interest in the exhibition as to attend in 
such numbers. The spectators were well re- 
paid in the enjoyment of an exhibition of as 
fine stock as could be got together anywhere, 
on any occasion. 

Among the cattle exhibited yesterday was 
R. A. Alexander's (of Woodford) bull Cyrus 
d W. T. Hughes's (of Fayette)bull Fra/jcisco, 
o splendid animals. Also, Mr. R. A. Alex- 
anders fine cow Vellum, which took the pre- 
mium at the exhibition of the Royal Agricul- 
tural Society in England last year, and the pre- 
mium she took yesterday made the eighth. 
Mr. Alexander by the way took a number ef 
premiums yesterday, as will be seen from the 
list. 

Messrs. Craig & Kennedy exhibited a splen- 
did draft gelding, which weighed 1455 pounds, 
and took the premium. 

Mr. Williams, of Oldham, took a premium 
on a pair of draft mares. Oae of them, a 
chestnut sorrel, was really a splendid animal. 

The directory passed a resolution returning 
thanks to the ladies for the handsome attend 
aoce, which was announced to the audience 
from the stand by Marshall C. C. Spencer: 

THIRD DAT— PREMIUMS. 
Cattle, native and mixed breeds— Milch Cow, 7 entries; W 
H Perkms, Henry, pr; C Arttrburn, Jtfienou, eer 

Bull, 3 years and upwards 2 onirics; A J VUey Scott, pr 
Pi Barber, Jefferson, cor. Boll. 2 years and under 3. 3 en- 
tiles; W T Hu,-hes, sayttteeer; J T Mo ;lellan, Fayette cer. 
Btt * J 6 " «d on*" 2, 1 entry; W L Wadu>, Mielby, pr. 
uullCaif,5eatries; N Craig, Scott, pr; E H Jale, Jienry 
cer. 

Cow, 3 years and upwards, 4 ent-tee; J T MoCiellaa. Fay- 
ette, pr; Ben Warfleld, Juu, Fayette, co, Caw 2 years and 
under 3, 2 eutrioi, J M Moore. C lark, pr; A J Viley Scott 
cer. Cow, 1 year and under 2, 3 entries; R A Alexander, 
Woodford, pr and oer. Heifer Calf, 2 entries; R A Alexan- 
der W^ cdfurd, pr. 

Vokeuxen. 2 years and under S, 2 entries- J C ill .wsv 
Oldhan, pr. J 11 Moore, Clark, cer ' 

Sweep Stake— Bu.l, 3 years and upwards, 2 entries- RA 
Alexander. Woodford, pr; t* S Bubor, J. I jrson cer Bull 
2 years an 1 under 3 3 entries; W P Hughes, Fayette, pr.' 
R A Alexander, Woodtord, cer. 

or C °T; i yea "„*?. d „ u ? witd »' 4 entries; R A Alexander, 
Woodford, pr; B W arfleld. Fayette, cer. Cow, 2 years and 
under S, 2 entries, R A Alex ;nder, Woodford pr; Jno Moore 
Clark cer. 

Draft Horses— Stallions, 4 years and uwards, 7 entries; 
EwlngA Bikes, Jefierson, pr; Thos Steele, Franklin, cer. 
sta lions, 3 years and under 4, 3ent;RT Enslish, Hardin 
" r. Draft Stallion, ly^ar aid 
Oldham, pr; Wm Veager, 
eutries; Wm Yeager, 



LOUISVILLE, KY., FR IDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 17. 1850. 

RIVER AND STEAMBOAT MATTERS. 



There is some prospect now of a ris* in the 
river. It rained considerably last evenirg. 
Our barometer had fallen 21 in the twenty four 
hours preceding last night at 12 o'clock. 

The S. P. Hibbard is the mailboat f>r Cin- 
cinnati today. The Commerce and Stevenson 
are up for Cairo. Mr. Landrum, ii the clerk 
on the latter; and he is a guaranty that passen- 
gers will be well cared for. 

Capt. Basham advertises the T. C. Twichell, 
Virginia, and Sc. Charles as regular packets be- 
tween Cairo and New Orleans. 



ami Mc A :lnaji>. chit 
under 2, Sentries; Albert i 
Oldham, cer. liraft Stallion colt, 
Oldham pr; S B Lewis; Jefferson, cer. 

Drait Mare, 4 years and upwards, if entries Geo L Chiles 
Fayette, pr Elias MBSTsaaa, Oldham, cer Draft Mares 3 



years and under 4. 2 entries. GeoU.rr, Jeffeison.pr: A t'ran- 
dall, Harrison co. Ino.ccr. Draft Mares, 2 j ears and unttr 
'.^ l i. W . ar "" rd> Sne >«>.r-. Pr; E W Taylor Wood- 
Draft Mares 1 sndunaer 2, 3 intriit; GeurteC 
ette.pr: B Ormshy, Jefferson, cer. Draft More 
baa} N Miles, Henry, pr; T V Brent, JefleweA, 



4 entr.es; Wuj Warj.rd, Shelby, pr; £ W Taylor Wood- 
f oid, cer. Drs*» 1 
(-hues, Fayette 
Cast, 2 entries; 

r. 

L,r> ft Geldings 4 years ai d upward*, 7 entries; C W Ken 
nedy Lexington, pr; M J Maitb, Henry, cer Dra.'t Geld- 
ing. 3 y ears and under 4, 1 emry, Geo J Guy, Jeffe'eon, cer 
DiaftOeldmg, I years and und c r3, 5 eutriei; Jnj Herr, Jef- 
*-r<on pr I. W ihooias, .-peucer, cer 

Pair Drart Mires. 4 entries; J 3 Wil 
F Johnson, JeB.rs >n, cer 



Williams, Oldham, rr; C 



The Brinley Plows Successful Again. 
We have before spoken in the highest terms ot 
these justly celebiaied plow?; but, after view- 
ing the splendid specimens now at the Me- 
chanics' Institute, we are tf mptsd to write a 



placed portions of their private cabinets in the ^ ew ' vor ds more. Mr. Brinley, in c mnection 




fair, and frou their tasteful arracgement and 
striking peculiarities they form one of the most 
attractive features in the exhibition. Birds, 
shells, minerals, fossils, and insects from all 
the countries of the world are mingled in great 
profusion, and form together an instructive mu- 
seum of natural history. 

A case of Dr. Yandel contains many crinoi- 
dea, which are not excelled by these of any 
collection in the world, as well as some beauti- 
ful ammonites and fossil fish. 

A case of birds rrom the collection of Dr. 
Caspari, and some specimens from the Muse- 
um of the Natural History Society, add greatly 
to the interest of this department. 

Mr. Scholty has deposited a number of in- 
collected in Kentucky, which, for fiue 
id tasteful arrangement, will 
any other like collection in the 
city. 

Mr. Casseday, to whose indefatigable exer- 
tions in this line the Institute owes the origina- 
tion and furtherance of the plan, has two cases 
of minerals, fossils, and shells, amongst which 
we may notice some fine trilobites, carols, and 
ores, as welt as a large elephant's tooth, a Chi- 
nese newspaper, and a shoe of the olden time 
a heel somewhat higher than those of the 
It day. 

The large mastodon bones are from the col- 

i curious. On the whole, we 
may compliment all those engaged in the scien- 
tific department of the exhibition. Such exhi- 
bitions are interestirg and instructive. 

The most exquisite taste is displayed in the 
hair work exhibited by 

Madame Zwuk. We have never seen any 
thing cf this kind that would compare in deli- 
cacy of execution with this work. The collec- 
tion comprises bracelets, ear-rings, finger-rings, 
hreast pins, fancy pieces, &c. A beautiful 
monumental scene, with a weeping willow, i 8 
produced with a truthfulness equaling the pro- 
ductions of the best artists: 

8peaking cf the beau if ul reminds us of the 
elegau' carriage just entered by 

Mettrt. Keating 6f Johnson. It i I plainly 
but very neatly decorated, and the painting is 
o the finist order. Every detail about it seems 
to be perfect. 
^ We hope that the weather will permit a full 
Pltteadar.ee to night 

ty At C larks ville, Tenn , on Mond ay, a 
nan named Joseph Brogen was arrested for 
coanterfeit money. Brogen is said to 



with Woodfoid Stringileld, a young lawyer, for- 
merly of this S ate, but now are*identof In- 
diana, who, besides being an energetic practi- 
tioner at the bar, takes a deep interest in all 
matters connected with agriculture, has exhibi- 
ted samples of the plows at nearly all of the 
fairs that have have taken place th's fall in the 
West, and have received the larg« number of 
fifteen first piemiums during the present sea- 
son; and in no instance where their plows have 
been tested have they failed of receiving prizes'. 
As a plow-maker, T. E. C. Br hley stands wiih- 
out a rival in this country, and perhaps Europe 
does Bot present his equal in this department of 
the mechanical art. 

The sod-plow, for which a beautiful and 
costly pitcher was awarded on Tuesday, is 
without doubt one of the very finest plows ever 
constructed in this or any other country Had 
we time and .'pace it would aflord us pleasure 
to speak more at length of these splendid and 
beautiful plows. They will be exhibited at 
the approaching Indiana State Fair, and we 
will say in advance to our Hoosier friends that 
they hrd better look to their laurels. 



We understand that the members of the 
Third street M. E Church South (Sehon Chap- 
el), in this city, with almost entire unanimity, 
have withdrawn from the ecclesiastical juris- 
diction of the Louisville Conference, on ac 
count of the rule requiring an absolute removal 
of the preacher at the end of every two years, 
and elected themselves into an independent 
congregation. 

We al. a o understand that this Church has suc- 
ceeded in securing the services of the Rev G. 
W Smiley (their former pastor) for a term of 
five years, and that he has already entered upon 
his duties as pastor of the congrogation, and 
will preach in Sehon Chapel next Sabbath at 
the usual hours. 



fJ^-Two «tn 
stealing lui 



Correction. — In the list of premiums awar 
ded at the Agricultural Fair on Wednesday, 
and published yesterday, two errors occurred 
Mr. James T. Edmonds, a young manufacturer 
of this city, whiise house is on Sixth street, be- 
tween Main and Market, got two premiums; 
one for first class and the other for second class 
fives, and a ceitificate for first class pound. Mr 
E was reported in the list as having received 
but one premium and two certificates. 

There was also an error in the awards for 
hogs, but we have not been able to ascertain 
where it occurred. 



tt#~A youth named Henry J. Trabue, about 
fourteen years old, left bis home near Louis 
ville on the 15th day of September. His f/iends 
have not heard from him since, and are very 
anxious in regard to him. They will pay lib- 
erally for any information as to where he is. 
He is very intelligent an3 has light hair and 
gray eyes and is about five teet two inches 
high. We hope that all the papers throughout 
the country which exchange with the Louis- 
ville Journal will do us the favor to copy this 
notice. 

jy Elder D. P. Henderson and Dr. T. 8. 
B*l! arrived in Louisville last evening, on their 
return from New York. Both are in good 
health 



Grand Lodge of Kkntvcky.— 1 he Grand 
Lod^e of Masons for Kentucky, in session at 
Lexington, have elected T. N. Wise, Grand 
Masier of the State of Kentucky for the ensu- 
ing twelve monthr; P. Swigert, Deputy Grand 
Master; Robert Morris, Senior Warden; and 
H. T. Wilson, Junior Warden of the Grand 
Lodge of Masons for the State of Kentucky. 

[Fer the LouisTille Journal.] 
DECISIONS OF THE COURT OF APPEALS. 

FaixxroRT, October lu\ 

CAU3KS DKCIBCD. 

Archer ti Ltwson, Slnlby affirmed. 
Garretson vs Armitrong Hopkins; affirmed. 
Blair vs Martin, Nicholas; affirmed. 
Brlnkleyye Smith, Rockcastle: affirmed. 
Cummiai vs Morris, Laurel; reversed. 
Merrittes Watkins, Whitley; r-rersed. 
Lupj ts LoaisTUle, petition tor rsh 

OKDKR3. 

Hampton ts Haxpton, Jessamine; 
Wallace ts Potts, Unicn; 
Hathaway ts Root, Gallatin; 
Jonts ts Gillespie, Montgomery; 
Burnett ts Uiliman, Trigg; were argued. 



Fight on the North Miisonrt Railroad — Thftt 
Men Silled — The Irish laborers at work on 
sections 13 and 14 on the North Missouri 
Railroad, in St. Charles county, West of St. 
Charles got into a fight among themselves last 
Wednesday, and in the row three men were 
killed on the spot, and several others severely 
wounded. The leaders in the affair made their 
escape, and have not since bsen arrested. 

St. Louie News. 



High Priced Mules. — Messrs. Craig &. 
Kennedy, of Lexington, sold on the fair 
grounds yesterday to Mr. Ettine, of Georgia, 
12 mules and 1 geldirg for $3,100 cash. 

[From this morning Journal. ] 

INDIANA ELECTION. 

Indianapolis, Oct. 16. 
Sixty-seen counties beard from give the 
Democrats 7/)00 majority; twen'y-fo'ir coun 
tie3 to be heard from, which will probably in- 
crease the majority to 10,000. 

The Democrats have a grand jubilee here to- 
night 

Sesond Disdatch. — Ten counties more heard 
from, which reduces Willard's majority to 5,000. 

Third Dispatch — Willard'j election is gene- 
rally conceded. The Hepablicans have a ma- 
jority in the State Sanate. 

Cincinnati, Oct. 16. 

Brenton, Pettitt, Coltax, and Wilson (Re- 
publicans) are elected to Congress from North- 
ern Indiana. 

Second Dispatch. — Seventy-seven counties in 
Tridiana give Willard (Dem ) a majority of 
5,000. J j 

The Republicans elf c 1 Killgore, Wilson, Col- 
fax, Brenton, and Pnitt in the 5tb, 8th, 9th, 
lO'.h, and lltli distr c s. The Democrats have 
the balance of the State. 

Ttie Legislature is doubtful, but probably the 
majority is Democratic. 

PENNSYLVANIA ELECTION. 

Philadelphia, Oct. 16. 
First Dispatch — The Democratic State Com- 
mittee have reports from all the counties in the 
State, which make an aggregate Democratic 
majority of 33,287, and the Union majority 
29 221. The Democratic majority in this state- 
ment is 4,922. Crawford is estimated at 1.200 
Union majority, Bradford 4,300, Tioga 2 700, 
Lawrence 1,700, Iudiada 1/700, and McKean 
250 

Second Dispatch —The most reliable re'urns 
give 3,700 Democratic majority, which will 
probably be increased by corrections. 

Thtrd Dispatch — Th» latest and most reliable 
returns estimate that the whole Slate shows a 
Democratic majority of 3,712. In addition 
there is a Union loss of 400 reported from Wy- 
oming, and a DA^cratlc loss of 300 in West- 
moreland, and al^Bi of in Centre. 

A dispatch dafwaT Wheeling says Washington 
gives 900 Unisn majority. If true, this will 
reduce the Democratic majority 800. Tioga, 
Union 2,500, Wyoming 50 Democratic, Brad- 
ford, Union 4,000, Centre, Democratic 375. 

OHIO ELECTION. 

Columbus, Oct. 16* 
It is now said that Edgerton is elected over 
Mott. Albright, in the Monroe district, is 
probably defeated. There is also a rumor that 
Hall is elected over Watson. Some doubt ex- 
ists as to all the abov» reports. 

Republican majoritios — Logan 716; Portage 
842. Democratic majorities — Clermont 700; 
Crawford 350; Richioad 200; Seneca 50;. Wy- 
8. 



ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS 



NATIONAL HOTEL-J. C. Plac*. 



M S HohHsse, Xa<hr 

J N Saunders, Ky 

J D Ferguson, lnd 

T B M utinglv. Ky 

P K Taylor, do 

B Taylor, lad 

G T r.- t , Ky 

K M Orear, do 

J Maxwell tl. d» 

J G Mornas, do 

D Bay, do 

Mrsorccn do 

Lrs Josephine, do 

N Gray, it 

J H Capell, do 

M S Perry, do 

J KTuiT^r y, PottsTl 

Wm ttnith, Harroii.bg 

J J Vanandale A 1, do 

Mrs Kerens, do 

.1 B fcnu.w, Ky 

J U Brashear, do 

a a stout, wiisoBTi 

J T Moore, do 
f Be^lmear, Nelson 
G Hai t. Phila 
J r- Morgan, t'la 
W Rork, do 
C H Fry, Dayton 
J 8 Jones * 1. ltd- 
G B I'" , B Gresn 
M F Rokers, Litchiiel* 
U r Rigers, Te n 
P J Bear. Bait 
S A S'ringfellow, 
O Payne, do 
J Cooper, do 
S W Kyibs, do 
J R Hushes, no 
J Coie end Al, led 
V T Westbrock. Mis* 
J K Melinpeter, l.a 
F Leik. r, Phila 
A •..heron, do 
J H Stover, do 
J S Hall, Ky 
J ('. Adams, do 
S Crowd, do 



i9s o Auutn'iQ, an 
iss M Anderson, do 
G Sandusky, Shelby 
M Tick ner Bloomfd 



DrTalbott, lnd 
J Kitchell, Pa 
Mr* Kitchell, do 
G W .lull, Ind-lis 
T s »-oun. Miss 
W a Mai.;, do 
FS i arrington, Ky 
J ADougheat, do 
S A Well.', do 
S I'etters, do 
J Johoaon, do 
S Dainets, do 
W Martin, do 
X Bashley, do 
J Dou.i. Inl 
F Brighsm, NY 
D 11 Kussell, N ashTl 
T J M ui -on, ds 
W Shine, Bullitt 
Miss S AuderS'in, do 
Miss M An 
A I 
b 

H st So tf nun, de 
W A McKay, do 
B F Wilsee, Nelson 
A Chsoiberf, do 
¥ A Patten, P»d 
11 L Key toe, Mo 
P<: mt:o* f, Westot 
B A Wi,s n Blooinfi 
A J DiTis, d > 
Dr M Lewis, do 
E F Davis Ky 
Miss DaTis, ao 
O S Jones, Mad 
J Tvriuting, eV> 
p M Uretn. do 
P Darr.Cin 
T Summ >ns, do 
WH Martin, do 
T H Gilt ler, Ky 
T S Jeaell, Oe 
O J Booue, Bait 
T P Ditto. Ky 
G D dmtn.do 
C U Jackson, Tenn 
Mrs Paike, Va 



OWEN'S BOTH— bm A. <Tiai.BT. 



E D Rabertscn, Henry 

W M Magruder, Builut 

J F. u.s. «orgin 

JW Faulk, do 

J H Haven, t in 

T Brown, lad 

J A Gray, Harodsb 

P Parker, Fayette 

C H I.owe, Boaivuft 

J T Thomas, Ky 

W J Heady, de 

J Lurimon, itt 

D A Peters, do 

H A Williams, do 

J W crtne, 111 

J Allen, Spencer 

f M Kobinstn, de 

O F I.oweli, lad 

J C Cox, Milton 

W H Gass m & 1, do 

H H Gas om, do 

Miss Gatsom, do 

Miss Board, do 

A Guthrie, K. j 

J H H ait, de 

Miss Heart. *» 

C S Bowman, de 

J N uverum, do 

W Hunt, do 

K Linthicum, do 

J L Jones, de 

J F OTerton, do 

J D McMakin, do 

It M Parks, ds 

P Parker. Fayette 

S Sanders, Bullitt 

TJ McCormiek, do 

L Rogers, da. 

J T Rogers, Ky 

W R Morgan, do 

J E Biie, do 

D P Jones, do 

W Lindsej, do 

A G Wlth^, co 

W McDonell. do 

T Ogg. do 

C E Nc u: ,e, do 

H O linn, do 

J A Gray, do 

H K im ■ . do 

T Hayd -n, do 

M Hayilen, do 

W B J ones, do 



W Fuu -hu. Meade 
J B W olfVik. do 
S S WoolfoU,do 
T WOwmgs, do 
Col Kinhardsaa, Ky 
L Troutmaa, do 
J Trail' man, do 
H Blanlun, do 
A G Furn.sh, do 
J Cowley ft 1, do 
J D Pnl.iam. do 
A Kichardsoa, di 
F Hewitt, do 
j Moffett, do 
N Asb'ord, do 
K U Bllaap, do 
R P S well, do 
C A Wise. Mad 
D Doherty, Bardst 
S G BealmeT. Ky 
S U Kussell ftl, do 
J Netherton AI, do 
M A Caruthers, do 
Miss Wilkinson, do 
Mi*s Frederick, de 
W B Make.de 
C H Lowe, NashT 
F M Sohidler, Ky 
A G Conner, do 
J A Haggaa, do 

T J 0-.ru. flo 

B WClubb, do 
A S En lnh, do 
A J Alexander, do 
J A Chiok, do 
W Ferguson, do 
J H Ferguson, do 
G »f H ardy, do 
J W Pearoe, -lo 
L M Perry, do 
J H McKay, do 
S Brown, uo 
S W Kasey, do 
J Rice A | do 
J Croake A I, do 
MrsCummingj Af.do 
A More man A I, do 
Miss Bennett, do 
R L «llyne. do 
M F Wheat, do 
D S Fox, do 
W F Gordon, do 
A Fu in a, do 



EX0HANG5 HIiTKL-A. DcLoau A 



A M Springer, Teoa 
S E Sheets, Salt Ri*a 
M W ugleeby. Ky 
l Beelsr, M Havea. 
S i. J 1 iii n do 
J B Larue, Ky 
3 Mors, do 
J Ni' hols, do 
B S Myers, do 
Miss M R Myers 
J P Little, Lai 
B B jsdsoe, do 
J ringers, lnd 
LC Parky, do 
RIMine. Ky 
J.3MeVo>ea, do 
S A Moss j» 
A M Mike- \ v 
It. T Jones, da 
A F Smith. Teaa 
\ f Martin, de 
ft A Little, fiia 
U P Vrley, 



By order cf the directory of the Agri- 
cultural Fair the exhibition on Saturday has 
been changed to that the mules and jacks will 



Cincinnati, Oct. 16. 
There are probably 5 Democrats and US Re- 
publicans elected to Congress. 

St. Louis, Oci 16. 

A large and enthusiastic American meeting 
was held yesterday. Daiegates from Indiana, 
Illinois, and Kentucky were present. The pro- 
cession was admirably gotten up and was a mile 
and a half long. Anions the speakers were 
Thompson, of lnd., Gillespie, Rcesin, and 
Breckinridge, of Mo. 

The Agricultural and Mechan : c«a> Fair is a 
• lecided success. All the departments are well 
filled and very attractive. Immense throngs of 
people are here from the interior of Missouri 
and the surrounding States, and ail concur in !£* Mu^i^" 
the opinion that it is the greatest and most ex 
tensive affair ever gotten up in tb* West. It is* 
estimated that fifty thousand 3trangers are in 
the city. 

Washington, Oct. 16. 
The Fresidant was enthusias'ically received 
at the railroad station this evening by a la^ge 
concourse of citizens and officers cf ihe Dis- 
trict of Columbia and music and the firing of 
the cannon. The Mayor of Washingtoa de- 
livered an address ot welcome, to which the 
President responded in brief but el»quent 
rerms. The President, accompanied by his 
•mtt and Commodore Paulding, Capt. Ingle, and 
the Mayor of Washington, was accompanied to 
the Executive mansion, many torches being 
carried in the procession. 

Georgetown, Oct. 16. 
Six thousand Americans are in council here 
to-day. Great enthusiasm. Speeches weie 
made by Hon. A. K. Marshall, Gov. Letch. r, 
Nathaniel Wolfe, Esq , M»j. Hancock, W. S 
Downey, Esq., and A. H. Ward. Gen. Harlan 
and others speak to-night. 

Boston, Oct. 16." 
The Fillmore Whigs have nominated Wm. 
ppletonfor Congress in Mr. Burlingame>s 



F T M t he 1 1 . do 
W A ChureiiU, Ky 
J E Vance do 
M ETerhard, do 
J N Me laxKney, do 
J W MeC oeka, do 
M Gillmuoe, do 
L L KinkJin, Ohio 
W K viWrt, Ky 
J Tottj*. do 
MrsForUr. do 
vi.s l orter. do 
Mrs Orasdock, do 
J Kiley. lad 
J R Nugent, do 
H C Uaroes, St LauIs 
U »: lUyms, «o 
R S Evans. Ky 



W P Me* urdy, Ky 
i A Middle'oa, ao 
J C Churchill, do 
DLsTin lnd 
J W Wright, Ky 
A MeVav. Mobile 
C Heslip, do 
G Smith. Ky 
W B Moore, ds 
A S Sml h. Mo 
L F French, do 
A M Miller, do 

OA All.,, do 

SA Martin, St Loait 

L F King, de 

G P Slmsar, do 

L A Jones, do 

A si Clunn, N Y 

W H Morris, Mo 

J Akins, Ky 

H Goodum, N V 

V Duncan Ills 

Miss H Hodges, Ky 

H P Thorton, do 

J T Ci mton, N T 

Miss J u Churehiil, Ky 

WFAble, do 

J Com s, do 

B L Simons, lnd 

G H Fuuger, Ky 

B Holland, Mus 

E Gould, Ky 

E M Gaints. do 

K A Capnage, do 

J F Arm- t. do 

Jas Cap! age, do 

GW Hodges. Ind 

(i Kintner, Ky 

A Holdige Cin 

B E t outs, ky 

«* iv 1 . tjlss 

J A Wneat, Ky 



MARRIED, 

On thellth iast , la St. John's ehuroh. by the Re» G. P. 
«chetky. B. O.. sir Jsmes H. Bu.vct and Mis. IuzAUin E. 
Tkaikek, ail of this city. 

On Thursday, 16th last . by Est. Bisbrp Ppanldlag. Ax- 
drew McIatiuB to Miss Ha.NKAii A.\n Hootojs, »U of this 
city. 



DIED, 



At Campo Seeo, Cel., 
ohester, ciatke co., Ky. 



Aug. 28, P. S. 
aged 28 years. 



EwurxEY, ef Win- 



fftbAJIy 



JOHN H. HOWE, 

ION, HOUSE, AND FANCY PAINTER, mi. 
or of all kinds ef Wood anJ Mar Us. Mn.d 
nts. Glass, Putty, Ac, for sale, 
tesuitoustomersbethas to ratal audi mss of 



LocisviixB. October 17. 
Tobacco— reles of 39 hhds, Tiz : 2 at f 7 65@7 9 1, 8 at *8 3» 
f9< W. 3 at $ :» i Xd,<j 71, 4 at $11 <g>10 8S, 3 at SU 20*313 23, 
19 at $13 ; manufactured tobacco— Ter, limited transaction* 
and hollers are unw llinej to part at present prices, with sale* 
of 75 boxes Virginia medium and prime at 2Ug4*a. Coffee is 
tUndy though limited ind.r. ind. with sales cf SO bag* Rio 
at HMoand SO bags prime at UXt. Sugar in moderate de- 
mand, with sales of 15 hhds good fair N. U. at 10 (,c, 10 hhds 
Prime at 11 „«. 10 hhds fair at lo<,e, 15 bbls 1; crushed at 
lS*c, ealesof B crushed at 13*0. Molasses-sales of 25bbla 
plantation at 65c <ad sugar-house at 7l>c, small sales cf Bal- 
timore sirup at 9Je. Cheese— small sa' as at lie. Rice is in 
fair demand at 514c ProTisions— no transactions. Wneat 
is la fair demand, with light sales at $1 15 fer red Bad »1 20 
for extra nns white. Hear market disll— sales la small lots 
st $3 51*94 60. Barley in good demaad at si *>) Oats— tn* 
receipts are light, with sales at tf*. Coin-small sa as frcat 
wsgons at 55e. Hay— small sales from the leTee at $21 3t. 
y market dull, with sales of 165 bbls raw at 29*e, „ 
oopper distilled U scarce and ia demaad at aa BaV 
Tanee, with sales of 2a bbls at 8 )c. Hide market brisk, with 
sales of 300 green salted at <:%e and USc com ». as ion, 350 dry- 
salted city-cured at 14c. I eather ia set ire-sales of 4,0(0 bwj 

at $11. Candle* 
J baa star at 2Se. 

Cannelton sheetinai advanced. 

No. 1 ndTaneta>sad is selling nt 13c. 
of 50 bags at 9. 10 r and lie. 



skirting at 35®J*e, 100 dose* coll 
—sales of 175 >«s pressed tallow 1 



Cin.-msati. October 16, P. M. 
Flour Is dull bat holders are lrm-265 bbls sol* at $5 8(<0 
$3 90. Wheat is firmer at $1 16 for red and $1 25- for white. 
Grain is generally, unchanged. Whieky is in better demand 
-7«J bbls sold at 2»@29J, . . aMasses is T.ry firm, with Sale* 
f Gi bbls at 65c. Sngar is in mod 
at 10<ja>10.Hc. C>tbe is in modeiate d. 



Saw To- «. October 16. P. 

Stocks are flm;r-UIiaois Central bonds (-8. 
Michigan Southern 87 H. EriedOH. New York < 
Galena and Chioago lw*. Michigaa Central 91 }», CleTelaaa 
and Toledo 71%. 

Cotton market dull, with sales of ■< JO bales Flour is firm 
—sales of 18 500 bbls. Wheat has aa upward tendency. With 
sales of 100.1M0 bush. Corn is ,tesdy-sales of y.'.itiu bu,h at 
70c for mixed Western, and 7tH&72e f r yellow and whits. 
Pork is buoyant— sales of 2,100 bilsat $2J 00. Beef is Una- 
sales of 1,000 t bis. Lard is qnitt at 13",:. Bacon is higher. 
Linseed oil is ttim. Lard oil is quiet. Scotch pig iron tteady 
—sales of 100 tons. Coffee is stesdy-eales tf 3 000 bags Rio. 
Sugar is buoyant-sales of 1,510 hhds. Molasses ia Stmer. 
Freights are steady. 



Hatches, Jewelry, aud Fancy 



I o 



J. R. ESTERLE, 
87 Fourth Strert. 



Harms taken this well-known estab- 
shmeat, I hope to merit the patronage of 
ts farmer friend' and customers. Myns- 
ortment of Jewelry, Watches, Fan y and 




'1 until articles has been 11 selected, and made ot iu« ucst 
materials. 

I hare also on hand the largest and best selection of Ex- 
tracts, Labin, Cologne, Ae.; as weU as Lair 
Combs, Ae. 

Watch-making and rep 
personally by myself. 

NOTICE. 

I HAVE disposed of my stock of Watches. Jewelry, and 
Fancy Goods to J. R. Ester le, who will oontinueths feusi- 
nessat my eld stand. No. 87 Fourth street. 
Market, and I take this oppoi " 
former friends and customers to 
their confidence an ' support. 
n»29dtf olOb S.W. WARRINRR. 



^.ver?^^, 



WALKER'S EXCHANGE. 

THE undersigned, haeing sold his Exchange and Restaurant 
Hotel to Messrs. Cawein a Kohl>epp takes this opportu- 
nity to return thanks to his f need* »nd the public for 'he 
generous support extended to hte-eSUhlishmeat for the last 
twenty years, and would recommend his suoeeseors as being 
w. rtny of their patronage. 
Respectfully, W. H. WALKER, 
ol JAb 

HAVING purchased from W. H.Walker the aboTe popular 
establishment, we solicit a share of that patroaase t* 
liberally extended to our predecessor. We wi l ooaduot the 
business in its or ginal liberal style and elegance under the 
firmof lOljtbl JOHN CAWaIN * CO. 



E 



HOW IS IT 

VXRYBODYwautsone .f TROI 1 1. > beautiful AMBRO- 
TVPBSf Somemtnths ago the d ifsreat humbug aames 
gotten up by artists to doocire the , ablie attracted cen- 
siderableattention but now they bBT ascertained how easi- 
ly it is to be humbuged era a by a name, as all other pictures 
made On glass in • Lou isri He except at Troxell's Gallery ars 
not hermetically sealed, not so beautiful, and liable to f ade. 

Citiiensandstrangers are particularly inrited tseaU be- 
fore goinjr elsewhere. 

Ten i a the art for $30. 
tale to operate in Kentucky. 

W. L TROZELL. Ambrotypist, 
Main St., between Second and Third, 
OTer House's Printing Telegraph Office. 



JuaelOjAbtf 




COAL. I CO A 1,1 

THE sabsoriber, thankful for thepat 
tended to him by his friends aud the 
spectf ollyinformsthem that he has just 
and Office on thecorner of Fifth andGre 
•triot attention and punctuality , he s 
liberal share ef public patrons 

Healsikeepsthebest Pittsburg NutCeal.dellTeredto aay 
part ef :h - city for 9 sentsper bushel. used by some ef the first 
families none better for steam. 

Also, ano fllce on Market st. , bet "nth and Se Tenth. 

i»iAb E F. LEEZKR. 



iberal share «f public patrenage. 
He keeps always on hand the bestquality of Pittsburg and 
ronghiogheayCoal.thatis warranted to be whatit isrepre- 



>()(.! &. hi !NK, 

MANUFACTURING JEWELERS 

Anil Wholesale Dealers in 
WATTHEtl. CLOCK V AMU riNE 
JKWELjHT. 
AT EASTERN PRICES, 
No. 71 Third street, near Market treat, 
Lodistillb, Kr . 
*j*y»areat oare taken in setting Diamcndtl n 
sf Jewelry, and done with dispatch. 
Si wl s WbjW " 1 * *** 1 "* 1 f, P ,iredll » saperior manner. 



.'i . 



COAL! COALI COAL' 

rIE subscriber, thankful for the patronage extended to 
him by his friends and the public generally, especttally 
informs them that he has just opened a COAL VARD and 
JFriCE.ou the 

Corner of Ninth and Green strata, 

wherehels prepared to fillallordert fer Pomerey and Pitts- 
burg Coal at the lowest market price. 

sXeT-Ofnoee also on the west tideof Third/ It 
an?Teff.r*o..a.dF,lton.b.,Pr..to.a.dF 



C. S. MALTBY'S 

4P^. / Wholesale *ffe S~\ 

^ OYSTER 

REPOSITORY, 

No. 62 Third at., bet. Main aidMiirk 

RECEIVING DAILY PER ADAMS'S EXPRESS. 



From all the 
sl9JAbfim 



C4.SiA.1D aES*. 

celebrated Fishii.g points 
Bay. 



jno. a. Mclaughlin, Acaat 

ho.t.1 ■ 



J. V. W. SMITH, 

UNDERTAKER AND COFFIN MAKER, 

Csrneref Seventh sad Market streets, Louisville, Ky. 

*Maw*w*a J. V. W S alTH rssp^c.f nlly inform* ^/W/tgm 
■assBsw* his friends and the public grnerall) , 'aa*******" 

that he has dusolTod partnership with his late pan-er, W. 
Wyatt, and that he carries on the tasiness alone, at the eld 
stand, eoraer of Seventh and Market, where he will be found 
at all times, day or night, ready to attend any business in bis 
department with the almost punctuality. 

N. B. Ha daome he.irscsand superior hacks, with careful 
drier rs. Always oa hand. 

buk 26 jAbliia real aw. 



Fine Violin Bows. 

THEIaeat steel free: rotary t»1 ve erer brosurat to tois 1 
fer sals tow, w" ' 

si JAb 



D. r* F^U 7 |3^1fai. strtot^ 



New School Books 

ELEMENTS of Physical Ceofraphy. by 
Illustrated with 
i.oltoa t Fitoh's N 
Feesaisby 



EVENING BULLETIN. 

FRIDAY EVENING. OCT. 17, 1836. 



The New York Express siy 3 that tb e 
number of Jews in the United States exceeds a 
quarter of a million, and in the State of New 
York there are about forty thousand, of whom 
side in the Empire City, 
(is arrived at rot by any censes— 
the taking of which is foibidden by the Jewish 
laws— but by the amount of unleavened bread 
consumed at the season of the Pa3sover. At 
that tim*, for one week, no Jew is permit'ed to 
eat leavened bread. The Passover bread is 
baked in large pub.ic oven«, and is dealt out to 
all applying families at the ra f e of five pounds 
for every man, woman, and child. By the law 
they are ail obliged to eat it, an. 1 , we understand 
that but very few neelectto fulfill their obliga- 
In this particular. Therefore, by the 
of Passover bread consumed, it is very 
easy to compute the number of the faithful 
children of Israel in the country. 

Largest Steamers is the World — The 
following are the dimensions of some of the 
largest steamers in the world : The Great 
Western, 236 feet long, 25 broad; Great Britain, 
322 feet long.51 broad, Himalaya, 350 feet long, 
43 broad; the Persia, 390 feet long, 45 broad; 
the Adriatic, 354 feet long, 50 broad; the Van- 
derbuilt, 335 feet long, breadth 45 feet. The 
Great Eastern, now being built under the direc- 
tion of Mr. Brunei, is more than twice the size 
of the lergest cf these, and may well be con- 
sidered the greatest mechanical achievement of 

ancient or modern times. 

e |yA fire occurred at Clarksvllle, Mo., on 
Tuesday night, which destroyed several build- 
a large amount of property. Among 
d was Carroll, Bryan, k. 
Co.'s warehouse, which was filled with grain. 
Pollock A Bro. were also heavy losers by hav- 
ing their store destroyed, together with its con- 
tents. Carroll A Bryan's loss is estimated at 
$12,000, with no insurance. Pollock A Bro. 
lose $10,000; insured for $6,000. Other houses 



Propeller Louisville Burned — The pro- 
peller Louisville, of the Ogdensburg and Chi- 
cago line, was burned nearly to the water's 
edge, near Prescott, on Sunday afternoon. She 
was scuttled in eight feet water. Her cargo 
between decks was mostly burned, and her 
wheat and flour below decks can be mostly 
saved in a damaged state. Her cargo consisted 
of 111 bbls of fleur and 5,000 bushels of wheat. 

Coal Oils.— The New York Journal of Co n- 
nrerce, in an article ur>on this subject, lias the 
following notice of the works at Cloverport in 
this State. Those works are under the most 
excellent management, and are destined to con 
stitute a very important item in the sum of 
Western prosperity: 

At Cloverpoit, Ky , on t*ie Ohio river, are 
extensive new works, running twelve retorts 
night and day, consuming from eight to ten tons 
of coal every 24 hours, ana producing 750 gal- 
lons or crude oil. Re distilled, this quantity 
yields 6;i0 gallons of refiaed oils, viz: 125 gal 
Ions of benzole, 75 of naptha, 225 of lubrica- 
ting oil, and 175 of oil for ilium nating purposes. 

Benzole readily sells at $1 50 per galloc; lu- 
bricating at $1 25; naptna and burning at 80 
cents. Preparations are making at Cloverport 
for the manufacture of a beautiful semi-trans- 
parent candle from the substance called "paraf- 
fine," resembling fine spermaceti, and which is 
formed in pearly crystals in the dark oils of the 
last distillations after they have cooled. The 
parafline, as remarked by Prof. Silliman, Jr., 
does not exist ready formed in the original 
crude product, but is a result of the high tem- 
perature employed in the process of distillation, 
by which the elements are newly arranged. It 
derives its name from the unalterable nature of 
the substance, under the most powerful chemi- 
cal agents. The candles made from it are con- 
sidered superior to sperm. 

The Cloverport company use the Breckh- 
ridge cannel, and it is said to produce an illu- 
minating oil equal to the best spermaceti at a 
cost of about 30 cents per gallon — that of the 
coal being say $6 per ton. In noticing these facts 
the Liuisville Journal recently said, "If we 

have the best material for lighting the world 

to say nothing of lubricating its wheels — we 
have something better than has yet been discov- 
ered in California * The residuum from the 
last distillation makes the first quality of as- 
phaltum, used for smearing vaults, ate, now 
imported and sold at $30 per ton. The compa- 
ny above-mentioned will add 18 more retorts on 
the 1st of November next, increasing the capa- 
city of the works about two-thirds. 

What Paris Consumes — According to M. 
Hussdd, the Parisian consumes 360 pounds of 
bread in the year, a pound a day for every soul ; 
and the Londoner not 300 pounds, including the 
fliur made up in puddings; so that we are far 
from being such bread-eaters as our neighbors. 
On the other band, the same authority informs 
us, tne Londoner consumes nearly 96 kilogrames 
(of two pounds each) of butcher's meat and 
pork in the year, whereas the Parisian disp oses 
of but 73 kilogrames, and the Berliner of only 
fifty-four. But the Londoner consumes but 
sixty-four kilogrames of vegetables, and the 
Parisian one hundred and thirty-seven. Each 
Parisian soul consumes nearly a pound and a 
half of sweetmeats or syrups in the year, which 
accounts for the cumber of their bonbon shops, 
so rare with us. Taere is not more wine con- 
sumed in Paris, than beer with us, but admit- 
ting the quantities equal, what a difference in the 
nourishment I 

lhe consumption of sugar in France is in- 
creasing ; from six and a half pounds a year 
par head, it has reached nearly eight and a half 
pounds, notwithstanding the dearness of the ar- 
ticle. Unfortunately tbe consumption of spirits 
has increased in a much greater proportion. 
Previous to 1830 each Parisian consumed bu' 
nine litres or quarts of eau de-vie in the year 
He now consumes fourteen litres. A great deal 
of this increase is no doubt owing to the bad 
vintage and the non-i pirituous quality of wine ; 
but tnis is not enough to account for the whole. 
The supply of fish has doubled in Paris fince 
1817, but it is not equal to the demand, and the 
price, except for very inferior kinds of fi-h, is 
enormous Fish in that capital, and indeed 
throughout ail France, is still a luxury ; where- 
as in London and most parts of England it takes 
rank for price and plenty with the otner neces 
aaries of life. A lucrative trade is carried on 
in Parii by the boiling and 



A Rotten Concern. — An investigation hro 
the affairs of the Royal British Bank, of Lon- 
don, which recently failed, shows it to ha\w 
been on a similar plan to the famous "Wi'd 
Cat" Banks of the West. The English papers 
state that the Bank was insolvent in 1853, and 
has never been solvent since. Yet three of its 
directors have managed, between that time and 
the month of August, 1856, to become debtors 
to the bank to the amount of 70 000/, 13,0001, 
and 7,000/, respectively; whilst its late manager, 
solicitor, ani one of its auditors appear on the 
wrong side of the balance sheet, as owing to the 
bank, the first 30,000/, the second 7,000/, and the 
last 2.000/. The liabi ities of the bank amount 
to 539,000/, and the bona fide assets, though 
at 239,000/, amount to about 60.100/. 



a vessel called the 
Dean Richmond, laden with a cargo of wheat, 
cleared from Milwaukie for Liverpool direct. 
The safe arrival of the vessel in Liverpoo', 
after a remarkably short passage, was an 
nounced in the foreign news. Both the vessel 
and cargo have been sold — the wheat at an ad- 
vance of 68c per bushel over its cost, in Liver- 
pool, and the vessel at $27,000. The vessel 
cost $19,000. This is a profit of $8,000 on the 
vessel, and $9,520 on the cargo. 



OFFICIAL. 



BOARD OF ALDERMEN. 
Thursday Evening, Oct. 16, 1856. 
Preaent — David L. Beatty, president, and ail 
tbe members, except Aid. Shotwell. 

A message was read from the Mayor sub- 
mitting proposals from sundry gentlemen to 
make repairs on fire-engines, which was refer- 
red to Committee oa Fire Department. 

Also, a message asking the allowance ot a 
claim of $831 35 in favor of tbe county, which, 
on motion, was allowed. 

a message was read from 



i miner, Sept. 20. 



_ of salmon 

and other costly fish, to be served up at tbe ta- 
bles of great inland dties from Madrid to War the public' with the vlew'ot inducing w»r~etu 



(Forth. LouiiTille Bulletin.] 

MONUMENT TO HENRY CLAY. 
We see by the Lexington papers that this pro- 
ject is again receiving some attention from the 
committee who have it in charge, and we un 
derstand that there is a probability of tbe work 
being commenced during the coming year. We 
hear it stated by those who have opportunities 
of kaowing the facts better than ourselves, that 
the plan of a f reigner has been adopted, and 
that the stone for its erection is to be procured 
and the work executed in a distant State. So 
that this monument, which is to be erected in 
commemoration of tbe patriotic virtues of Ken- 
tucky's noblest statesman, will be a Kentucky 
affair in no other respect than that it will be 
erected on the soil of Kentucky, and be paid 
for. in a great measure, by the citizens of Ken- 
tucky. 

If the facts in this case are as stated we shall 
be virtually saying to the world, "that although 
we have determined to erect a cenotaph worthy 
of tbe man who more than any other was the 
defender and the representative of American 
industry, yet we ha/e not wiMiin our bor- 
ders an architect competent to furnish a suita- 
ble design nor the matedal proper to be used 
in its construction, nor the artisans a d me 
chanics able to execute it " For ourselves we 
are not prepared to take this position, and we 
think no such position should be taken by any 
one who wishes to see the mechanic arts of 
Kentucky fostered and encouraged, or the vast 
mineral resources of the State brought into 
practical use. 

If in Kentucky we have architects competent 
to furnish designs for custom-houses, hospitals, 
court-houses, and hotels, ornamented in the 
most elaborate style of modern art, and fur- 
nished with all the appliances of modern sci- 
ence, surely these same gentlemen can build 
suitable cenotaphs for the dead, no matter 
whether they cost a thousand or fifty thousand 
dollars. 

The above remarks will also apply to tbe 
growing practice of employing mechanics of a 
distant State to execute tbe designs cf foreign 
or domestic artists. Thousands and tens of 
thousands of dollars are annually sent from the 
State for the purchase of articles that could be 
made as well and as cheaply at home. We 
think the mechanics of Kentucky are fully com- 
petent to build both the edifices of the living 
and tbe tombs of the dead, or if they are not, it 
is time we were importing a new set. It is but 
of little use to offer skillful mechanics liberal 
premiums at our agricultural and mechanical 
fairs and then insult them bv deliberately 
making our purchases in distant States. If we 
really desire tbe mechanic arts to flourish in 
Kentucky, our professions and practices must 
not run counter to each other. If we make no 
effort to encourage and build up our own artists 
and mechanics, we shall never have either ar- 
tists or mechanics worthy the name. 

Our policy is more unwise still so far as re- 
lates to the use of material Tbe Legislature 
has appropriated ten thousand dollars from the 
public treasury as the State's portion of the 
expense of the Clay Monument. The same 
authority has also appropriated several thous- 
and dollars for a geological and mineralogical 
survey of the State. This survey has been 
made in part, and is now being further prose- 
cuted under the superintendence of gentlemen 
fully competent lor the duties assigned them 
The reports of this survey, so far as made, de- 
monstrate tbe fact that Kentucky is rich in 
mineral resources, and that she has within her 
borders an abundant supply of excellent and 
durable building stone, at least fully equal to 
any in the Western States. A large proportion 
of our building stone and marble is found on 
'be Ohio and Green rivers, so that it could be 
taken to L»xington at low rates. We under- 
stand that Messrs. Hobson A Spear, the owners 
of the excellent quarries near the Ohio river, 
in Trimble county, have liberally offered to 
donate to the Clay Monument Association all 
the material needed in the construction of the 
monument. This couli be selected with care 
at the quarries, so that none but tbe perfectly 
sound blocks need be used. Those who have 
seen this marble used assure us that much of 
it is susceptible of a fine polish and of so light 
and durable a color as to afford the mos pleas- 
ing effect of light and shadow when placed in 
a building. Professors Owen and Peter have 
analyzed this marble and give a very favorable 
account of its qualities as a building material. 
There are also many other quarries in the State, 
especially in the Green River section, which 
afford very sound and durable building material 
at cheap rates. So that the people of Ken- 
tucky have really no excuse for sendirg fifty 
thousand dollars to a distant State in order to 
procure a suitablt cenotaph and monument for 
the man whose memory of all others they 
should most delight to honor. 

From the facts which have come to our 
knowledge touching tbe general question which 
we are now discussing, we are confident that 
the wealthy portion of our citizens must adopt 
a new line of policy, or else be content to see 
tbe artists and mechanics of Kentucky occupy 
a secondary and inferior position. These valu- 
able classes of our citizens must meet with en- 
couragement somewhat more substantial than 
/utr words, or they will of necessity seek em- 
ployment elsewhere. 

The same remarks are true in respect to the 
mineral and geological resources of tbe State 
It is in vain that tbe State appropriates money 
to ascertain tbe facts in relation to the exis- 
tence and location of those resources if we 
take no steps to bring them into practical use. 
We think Kentucky far behind some of bei 
sister States in this matter, and we intend, as 
we have opportunity, to apread tbe f ac'a before 



<i ». J 



zensto adopt a wiser and" more liberal policy. 



Also, a message was read from same submit- 
ting a claim of $100 in f dvor of W. P. John- 
son, which was referred to the Finance Com 
mittee. 

Also, a claim of $272 71 in favor of the 
Mercantile Bank, Ntw York, was referred to 
the same. 

A message was read from same, transmitting 
a memorial from B. Mc Atee, asking authority 
to comple'e his contract for the improvtmsi.t 
of High street, from Twoifth to Bridge street, 
which was referred to Straet Committee of the 
Western District. 

The Mayor preferred charges of insubordi- 
nation, ate , against Nathaniel Duboys, quarry- 
man, which were set for hearing on Saturday, 
18th, at 2 o'clock, P. M , and the clerk in- 
structed to issue the necessary citation. 

A message was read from the Mayor in re 
ference to a tub which it has been, piopo-ed to 
place in a certain well on Jeffer*©*, street, be- 
tween Wenzel street and Beargra**, c.f>ek; and 
tbe same was referred to Street Co*>mittee of 
the Eastern District. 

A claim of $46 in favor of S. B. Morehouse, 
for constructing a sewer in Portland, was re- 
ferred to Street Committee of the Western Dis- 
trict. 

A report was read from the Engineer, sub- 
mitting a claim of $1,000 in favor of M. W. 
Redd for work on the Portland wharf, which 
was referred to Committee on Wharf. 

An apportionment was presented by the City 
Engineer for grading and oaving Market street, 
between Eighteenth aid Nineteenth — J. D 
Selvage contractor — and, on motion of Alder- 
man Howard, a resolution was adopted receiv- 
ing the work. 

claims allowed. 

Jacob Swigert $8 clerks' fees; 

J. M. Summers $165 75 for repairs of 
pumps, Ac; 

J- O. Salisbury $223 for same; 

Street hands of Western District $355 12 for 
work from the 11th Sept. to 4th Oct.; 

J. S. Cave $40 for painting; 

John Rudd & Co. $4 50 for horse-sboeing; 

M. S Campion $4 75 for repairs on Relief 
Engine-bouse; 

Isaac R. Groen $105 cash refunded on ac- 
count of coffee-house license. 

Aid. Harris, by leave, presented a memorial 
from the Louisville and Nashville Railroad 
Company, and, by leave, introduced an ordi- 
nance to amend and explain an ordinance of 
the city of Louisville, entitled an ordinance for 
the benefit of the Lebanon Branch of the Lou- 
isville and Nashville Railroad Company, which 
were referred to tbe Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Weatherford, from the Street Committee 
of the Eastern District, reported a resolution 
approving ths apportionment for grading and 
paving Campbell street between Walnut and 
Madison, which was adopted. 

Aid. Weatherford, from the same, reported 
against an ordinance from the Common Coun- 
cil to grade and pave the side-walks on First 
street between Gray and Broadway, and same 
was rejected. 

Aid Weatherf »rd, from the same, reported a 
Common Council resolution instructing the 
Mayor to contract with A. W. Sale to repair 
tbe cistern on Second street between Green 
and Walnu», which was adopted. 

Aid. Weatherford, from the same, reported 
against an ordinance from tbe Common Coun- 
cil to grade and pave the alley between Han- 
cock, Clay, Chestnut, and Gray streets, and the 
same was rejected. 

Oa motion of Aid. Weatherford, a resolution 
was adopted authorising the Mayor to employ 
some suitable workman to deepen the well at 
tbe hospital. 

Aid Harris, by leave, introduced a preamble 
and resolution authorising the Chie' of Police 
to employ sufficient assistance to protect the 
elective franchise at the ensuing election, which 
was adopted. 

Aid. Howard, by leave, introduced a resolu- 
tion to repair the well at the corner of Elev- 
enth and Main sts., which was adopted. 

Aid Taylor, from Work- House Committee, 
reported a resolution from^jA Common Coun- 
cil authorizing tbe ketpe^m the woik house 
to hire bands sufficient toasnry on the work, 
which was adopted. 

Aid. Kave, by leave, introduced a resolution 
directing the assessor to furnish this board with 
a statement of the amount received for licenses 
from the 1st December, 1855, to 10th of March, 
1856, which was adop'ed. 

Aid. Beatty, from ihe Committee on Fire De- 
partment, reported against an ordinance Lorn 
the Common Council organizing a company 
for the steam fire engine. 

Aid. Hurts introduced as a substitute i re-o 
<ut<on authorising tbe Mayor to sell the steam 
fire engine horses, which was i ejected ihe 
fol'owmg vcte: 

Yeas Messrs Beatty, Taylor, and Harris- 3 
Nays, Messrs. Weatherford, Burton, Kaye, and 
Howard — 4 

The question was then taken on the passage 
of said oidinancn, and same was rejected by 
the following vote: 

Yeas, Messrs Burton and Howard— 2 N»y9, 
Messrs Beatty, Weatherford, Taylor, Harris, 
and Kaye — 5. 

A contract from tbe Common Council exe- 
cuted by Kimball and McAtee to grade and 
pave Fulton street, between Second and Third, 
Portland, was approved. 

A resolution from same to adjourn un'il 
Thumday, tbe 23d inst., at 7 o'clock P. M , was 
concurred. 

A report from the Common Council, in refer- 
ence to the seats occupied by the Aid. of the 
Fourth and Seventh Wards, was read and re- 
ferred to the City Attorney. 

The vote of reference was afterward recon 
sidered, and, pending the discussion of tbe sub- 
ject, the Board adi turned. 

0 H 8TRATTAN, Clerk. 



MARRIED. 

Oa To sday, Oct Id .at the -esidenre < 1 En. If Grlawold, 
in Marthssvilit. Wat-ran oo., U . by R*r Wm. New and. 



In th=. eit; 
ol J C u. Susan Me( 



DIED. 

, at 2 o'clock this Burning, Km C, daughter 



5&d'..a..,*.. 



French Embroider lee— F eal Laces. 

rpH E subscriber has on hand a complete and elegant itock 

French Embroidered Collars; 
Do do 
Da do 
Beol Lace Collars: 
Do do Setts- 
Do do Berthtes; 
Real l.aeea of all hinds, von *•* «««h. 

AT COST. 

Embroidered Lace and Muslin Curtains; French Flannel; 
by CHAS F RAD ;HFU*S, 

olljRbtf W HFou,Ut.t.U,lU rt .taa* J .. JB o.. 

ill .V frnfneQ Ht mH U^h I 



Maxim fob Marbibd Women. — 1. Let eve 
r, wife >>e peisuaded that there are two ways 
of governing a family: the first is, by the ex- 
pression of that which will belong to force; the 
second, to the power of mildness, to which 
every strength will yield. One is the power of 
tbehusbani'; a wife should never employ any 
other arms than those cf gentleness. When a 
woman accustoms herself to say, I will, she de- 
serves to lose her empire. 

2 Avoid contradicting your husband. When 
we smell a rose it is to im j jue the sweets of odor; 
we likewise look for everything that is amiable 
in woman. Whoever is often contradicted feels 
insensibly an aversion for the person who con- 
tradicts, which gains rtrergth by time, and, 
whatever be her good qualities, is not easily de- 
stroyed. 

3. Occupy yourself only with household af 
fairs; wait till your husband confides to you 
those of higher importance, and do not give 
yonr advice til! he asks it 

4 Never take it upon yourself to be a censor 
of your husband's morals, and do not read lec 
tures to him. Let your preachings be a good 
example, and practice virtue yourself to make 
bim in love with it. 

5. Command his attention by being always 
kind to hitr; never exact anything, and you will 
attain much; appear always flittered by the lit- 
tle he does tor you, which will excite him to 
pcform more. 

6 All men are vain; never wound his vani- 
ty, not even in the most hiding instances. A 
wife may have more sense than her husband, 
but she should never seem to know it. 

7. When a man gives wrong counsel never 
make him feel that be has done so, but lead him 
on by degrees to what is rational, with mildness 
and gentleness; when he is convinced, leave him 
to the merit of having found out what is just 
and reasonable. 

8. When a husband is out ef temper, behave 
obligingly to him; if he is abusive, never re- 
tort; and never prevail over bim to humble 
bim. 

9 Choose well your friends, have but few, 
and be careful of following their advice in all 
matters. 

10. Cherish neatness without luxury, and 
pleasure without excels; dress with taste, par- 
ticularly with modest}; vary in fashions of 
your dress, especially as regards colors It 
gives a change to the ideas, and recalls pleading 
recollections. Such things miy apoear trifling, 
but they are of more importance than is imag- 
ined. 

11. Never be curious to pry into your hus- 
band's concerns, but obtain his confidence at all 
times, by that which you repose in him Al- 
ways preserve order and economy; avoid being 
out of temper, and be careful never to scold; 
by these means he will find his own house 
pleasanter th-tn any other. 

12 Seem always to obtain information from 
him, especially before c >mpany, though you 
mav pass yourself for a simpleton. 

13. Never forget that a wife owes all her im- 
portance to that of her husband. Leave him 
entirely master of his own actions, to go or 
come whenever he think* fit. A wife ought to 
make her company amiable to her husband, that 
he will not be able to exist without it; then he 
will not seek for pleasure abroad, if she do not 
partake of it with bim. 

A Perfumed Breath— What lady or gen- 
tleman would remain under the cur3e of a dis- 
agreeable breath when by using the 14 Balm o/ 
a Thousand Flowers" as a dentifrice would lot 
only render it sweet but leave the teeth whi e as 
alabaster? Many persons do not know heir 
breath is bad, and tbe subject is so delicate heir 
friends will never mention it. Pour a single 
drop of th« "Balm" on your tooth-brush and 
wash the teeth night and morning. A fifty ent 
bottle will last a year. 

A Beautiful Complexion may easily be 
acquired by using the •'■Balm of a Thou tana 
¥lo■u:ers. ,, It will remove taw, pimples, and 
freckles from the skin, leaving it of a soft and 
roseate hue. Wet a towel, pour on two or three 
drops, and wash the face night and morning. 

Shaving made East. — Wet your shaving- 
brush in either warm or cold water, pour out wo 
or three drops of "Balm of a Thousand Flow- 
ers," rub tbe beard well and it will make a 
beautiful soft lather, much facilitating the ope- 
ration of shaving. 

Price only 50 cents. Fetridge & Co., pro 
prietors. R. A. Robinson, J. S Mori is &. Sons, 
and Bell, Talbot, & Co., agents for Louisville 
Scrlbner & Devol, agents for 

anr 1 j*M«oil««r»(>w1v 



FALL STYLES 
MILLINERY AND PANCi 

545 Market street, above Second 

I have now on hand a complete a*aortment 
ofthoa o» e art elea, which will b aold at 
my n >nal low pr oea. The attention of those 
wan ing new Bonnet* this fall ia partienlar- 
'y direct* d to a 7 stock, made from the be<t»elte> 
tion of Pari* imported ones, a* also to many new styles 
whieh I amoonstaa lj inventing. In fact every one eaa be 
suited that wishes a taaty B nnet. 
49»Pat'ern » 'Duets reoeived monthly from the East. 
Atre.hs pp'y cf AST1LI - N BEAI T1 FUR and HAIR 
OI<-, made b> myself, and indif pinsahle to the tcilet. 
DRKnS-MAaino in tne most tashionable styles. 
Bonnet* bleached and pressed. 

W awted— StYoral rood Milliners. Wages from $6 to 



m 



$1 . per wctk Abo, a few Apprtntico*. 
ol itb el its. 3. WADE. 



Agent 



FALL MILLINERY. 

MRS. A. JONES, 

I •>« Fourth atr»«t. krtweva Mark«t mm* Jstrrsea, 

Woatd reaped fully announce to the ladiea nf l.oui» 
ville snd it* vicinity that .be ha* pr parrd at d ba 
on exhibition a la an* bea«tifvl .election of 

FALL MILLINERY GOODS 

Which for richness of materia s and elegance of style can- 
not be ezrel td. 

Sh* woald particularly invite thai r special attention to her 
Fall i*en* of 

LADIES' URESS HATS, 
Among whieh may be found the Pariiian and New York 
•tyle*. togeth-rwith a large and varied assortment of tne 
FKEN 'H fLOWEKS F8*TU»5R3, COIFFEUHS, tc. 
•ep 30 btjdlmisAwjS* 



Old Papers for Bale. 

A LOT of old papers in good order, suitable for wrapping 
up goods, Ac., for *ale. Enquire at this office. 

•is jab 



M MJ J 

OR. KINO'S 



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DR. A RING, a practitioner af New fork for thelait 
thirty years, hasopenea* Jiapenjary an tlarketst. bat. 
First and Seeond. nearly opposite th< Graham Houi* Laui*- 
Tflle, for the reatmen; of fri vat. Diseases .uch as Gonor- 
rhea*. Syphilis, and all disease of the skia aadother lerange- 
ments tjrowing out -f negleot urimperfeet ours Hialangex- 
perien^t and ^uooessenables him t» act with confidence . All 
tnose who may confide their oaae* to hint may rest aaiured nf 
having thadisease effectually cured and a vary vsitige of the 
*i»cultie. perfectly >radieaU< front their constitutions 

3rBiOT0mBsof old or -aeentdau iffeetuall;, euredta afew 
day* by an operation which eauer no pain. Where astrio- 
tureexi»t», general derangemen' of Ihe whale ;on*titutioD 
muftensue, a continuance ^0 f whieh willbringon strain of 
symptoms to oe dreaded, and willnad«rnilnethaion*titntios 
and -.auieprematureold ag* 

SaaiHAL WBAfims.— Partienlaratssntien will b*giv*a 
to thi* iisei»< and all the consequences growing oat of it, 
oroughton. in many cases by the destructive habit* ef in- 
considerate enth and excessive indulgence of thenaaaiona, 
which undermine tbe constitution rendering the subject unfit 
foreitherhuiineaiorsociety.aad earning prematurt old age. 

Jjs-Pcreone abroad, *y writini and stating their ansa, wftb 
a fee enclosed (post-paid >. ean nave the medicine sent u 
theiraddress with «GC4**arv directions forming tb«-air«. 
- ....•«„,„.,-> ..nn'i. •!'•»•#• tlial • 

•ya-Offio- ♦ tB ,DU-, B .,ry » 0-eloea in aba 

morning until 9 - n theeveaiac o" w«»wty 



Qodey's Lady'* Book for Novem er 

rU*T received by express and •«* sal* at »he Bookstore of 
0 17b A OIJVT" WM d -t 



Tint) Violins and Gut tare 

ABE \C nrUL lot cf the above 'n, aa'e oh**n, wholesale 
aid retail, by D. P FACLDS. S3* Mai. nt . 



Fall and Wintee Dby Good3 — We would 
direct tbe attention of strangers, especially la- 
dies visiting our city, to tbe fall and winter 
stock of rich foreign and American dry goods 
at tbe house of Miller A Tsbb, corner of Fourth 
and Market streets. Their stock abounds with 
beautiful goods, among which may be found 
rich silk flounced Robes, velvet Kobes, striltt, 
moire antique, and plain Silks, rict Silks Ibr 
pvening, embroidered Crapes for *venic£, 
flounced illusion Robes, chenille Floui.rog for 
evening and party dre-ses, entirely new Em- 
broideries and Lace goods cf every variety, 
Ac., &c. 

In their Cloak and Shawl room are some of 
the most beautiful designs we have ever seen, 
and being imported or manufactured to their 
own order, can be found in no other house In 
the city — a decided 1 
their competitors. 

We would advise our friends and 
in tbe city to give them a call before 
their purchases. The facilities they 
for purchasing goods enable them to offer 
greater bargains than can be had in any 
in this or any other western market. 

octl4 iAb 

A Fast Line — Every one should read the 
following card from Mr. J. P. Oidbam of the 
Louisville Express, who is well known in this 
city as an honorable, accommoJating, and busi- 

and may be relied upon as stficily true to S 
letter: 

Da. R. D. Poetee— Dear Sir: I have used 
your Oriental Life Liniment on tbe horses of 
the Louisville Express with the greatest suc- 
cess, for the cure of sores, bruises, cuts, sprains, 
&c. It is unrivalled, and I do not hesitate to 
say that it is far superior to any other liniment 
I ever saw, and I cheerfully recommend it to 
the public as being a reliable and safe medicine. 

JAMES P. OLDHAM. 

ol3 b&jdAwtt 

A Cube foe Intbmfeeancs — The friends 
of temperance, who wish to advance the in- 
terest of tbe cause and do a benevolent act, 
cannot better employ a small amount of means 
than by buying a few packages of tbe In- 
ebriate's Hope, or Cure for Intemperance, to 
distribute among that portion of their 1 
tance who are too fond of 
lant?. It costs bat $1 50 a package at 74 
Fourth street. • 

016 dj2&wlAb2Awl 

Last Night but one or the Panobama. 
The beautiful Bunyan tableaux give but two 
more exhibitions in the Fails Ci'y. Mozart 
Hall will be open to-night and also on Saturday 
at 3 P. M , and positively for the last time on 
Saturday night. We have no doubt that upon 
each of these occasions the hall will be tiled. 
Every body should see these noble paintings il- 
lustrative of that tamous book ''The Pilgrim's 
Progress," and the story is here told with mas- 
terly effect upon canvas. 

AMERICANS OF THE THIRD AND FOURTH WARje* 

Arouse! arouse! the standard Hie*, 

Hirhaoandt i ur bugle- call; 
The voiee of b-utle'a oa the bre-so— 

Arouse for Fiumjrj, oae and all! 

You are hereby sumramed to appear «*> 
mas se at your Council C^iaoibjr, at OJd Fel- 
loes' Hall, on Friday evening, 17th inst., at 7 
o'clock. The action of the 
be called fer, and it is ex 
brother will be ready to i 

By ord«r of 

017 dlftb 



AMUSEMENT. 



iff JZ ART HALL. 

Six n'rhts moke and pi>sinvn.Y closing on 
s • TL'RUAV, Oat. 18. HART'S ORIGINAL MlatROR 

PILGRIM'S PROGRESS, 

Entitled the "BUNYAN TABLEAUX." o nsistiagof au*T 
MaGNiriCEJtT scsisib. illustrative of this world renowned 
allegory, and i.amted by the eminent American artists tt unt- 
il.* on, Bay. Kyi .Cn psey, barley, and Paul Dag.aa. Tha 
cost of this gorgeous painting was upwards of SiU,UU#, and 
during its exhibition in all of tha prinei[al oitiea of tha 
Union it ha* been viewed by more than 5 O.otw) persona. In 
oeautiful landieaie. a,a.terly grouping, of ucures, a.d thriU- 
ing-nteresi th-soa ebrated work 01 art stands uarlvaied. 
e^aV I dm ssion '.6 cent*. 

♦nf- Dcscri, ttve fampnleU for (ale at the door. Pried 10 
ceo'*. 

«st-r>oor* open at 6K *o ormmence at 7* . 
4W Exhibitions oa Wednesday and Satur 
at 3 o'clock i)o rs open a. 2. 



MRS. O* SEaLaLIGER, 

No. 409 Market st., betw.en Thiro and Fourth- 



I have received my new stock of Fslland 



Winter Goods, all sorts of BonLets (a 
gaP** styles) and l adle- ' Dress Cape, all .o. 
iJaVaj of Hair-Dr-sse and Chenille do *e Wa 
sell aa cheap as ever wholesale and retail. 
»ep 2* blmA'jlm 



1* 



A. GTJNIER'8 BCCKSIORE, 

99 TUIKD >TivE». r. 

PERSONS eaa re y on hading the following Pacers at it 
Stor woeudut: ^ 
Ulu-tratcd London News: Ballon * Pictrrial; 

Do d ' Time*.- Flag of oar Union; 

Punch, or the London Charivari 
Frank I. • lie's Illustrated N ewsparwr; 
Star-Spanglid Banner; N**r York P<eayuner 

*otkl» lit per New Y rk Wee*!- Herald; 

Waverly Mtgasiae; New York Weekly Timeaj 

Boston KiIol, New York Weekly Xribane; 

Ir shS.wr New York Weeklv Citiaaa 

KS . , •a7k , . n t t0, the ; J^7S£2-m 

Nick Nax; Yaakte Notions 

I w uldeall particalarattention to the N ew York Weakly 

Lodger as tne h«ai i fata. ly . wspapa, publi.hed. 1 
Call at tbe Baokaure of 



•V GUNTER. 99 



ft A 1. 1, at A 
' aad get a 
Call, ev*ry bt 
ell b 



NOTICE 

8 Bookstore. No M Third 
eopy of the New Yo.k Ledger 
_ w . A GUrT"._ 

Wholeeale Afrtfer LonisviDa. 



Academy Vocaliat and Blrg'Eg 

1HAVE Juat re-.ive- a new surp y of the above 
works. ForsilaattheBjoksiore-f 
o« b A (JUNTFR. »<» Third St. 



Watches, Jewelry, and Silver Ware. 



ol7Jtb 



I have just opened 
a new stock of t v ei 
I abive goods. Call aad see thee* 

JAS. I LBM N, 
Main St., between Secord and Third). 



A FIV« 

oi7 i as 



BASS for sals very lew at 

BE U S a ftlis' mo -ie "tor*, 
71 r.urthst. 



N<a MUSIC eoastant'v arriving 
thelat st put li cation* from everv 
B It A I V \R 

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WALKBR'B BZ^SaNdB 



W' 



E are la receipt, by t*>a Mneriean Ex-reea. af the < 

fa' task, 
ware i» Rest 

017 j«Vt J MO OA WEI M k CO.'S. 



WALKER'S EXCHANGE. 

/-VUR BILLIARD TABLE A N n miruvfi ALLEYS 

aJanwSSS^^ 
el7J«» JJHN CAW RilT 4 CO.'S. 



a)*) 4> 



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•aMa. ^BBsatjal mmm' 



HAYES, CRAIG, & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS AMD IMPORTERS OF 

HATS, CAPS, AND FANCY PURS, 

CORNER OF MAIN AND FOURTH STREETS, LOUISVILLE, K¥., 

I ««ois ia their line and are selliRg at 



aug 28 dj*.b?m*.wj4 



, of the i 



EASTERN BILLS DUPLICATED. 



GREAT WESTEKJ TKUJVR MAiMUEACTOKI, 



BY D. O'HARE, 



Ky. 

lilvu Cap awarded to D. O'HARE, Jf tnc SoQtkwestern AgriealUral and 
Mechanical Association for the b st specimen of Trunks. 



LATEST NEWS. 



BAROMETER. 

Last nigh*. 12 o'clock I To day, 12 o'clock. 
29 77 I 29 74 




A. J . HOBKISOK. 



.JOBK V. RABBIT 



A. J. MORRISSON & CO., 

IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN " 

SADDLERY HARDWARE 

And Manufacturers of 

TRUNKS, HORSE COLLARS, BRIDLES, AND HARNESS, 

ALSO 

4 Engine, Steamboat, and Garden Hose, 

♦ &C, &C., 

MAIN STREET, BETWEEN SIXTH AND SEVENTH, ABOVE LOUISVILLE HOTEL, 

LiouiBvillo, J3L-y m 

mHEaboveertiolee, end many other* M^9MfM^*^^JS^*MJM*a*M*MtV ■ □ 



A point of mnri 
in want of a snpe 
vanta;ee offered to the 
juneVdjAbAwjAbeewtf 



n.hip, durability, and e/«»ot«w o/^nu* willTie with any manufactured in the United States. Peraons 

t£d" m. j" ' S 'i?NMii ^^^ ^ ^t T ltuuwT" m * king tbeir ,elec,i0 ° 



A.J. 



ft CO. 



HELMBOLD'8 GENUINE PREPARATION. I „„ FRED - webber & co., 

Highly Concentrated Compound Fluid OUM * ND COMPOSITION ROOFERS, 

rWl . ._, ■» ■ ■ j - U ■ * WHOLESALE DEALERS IK 

EXTRACT . Roofing Gum, Tar, Rosin, Roofing Composition, 

J^OR a! I disease of the B. adder, Kidneys, Urinary and 8ex- 

ToV TO THE AFFLICTED! 

It cure! Diseases of the BL ADDERj^^ 

G ^oteaucTioNs, 

FEMALE COMPLUNT9. 

( H RON iC GONORRHEA. 

bfRlCTURES, 

GLEETS, 

And all diseases arising from excesses and imprudencies in 

l<fe. 

NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED SUFFERERS, 
And removes all improper discharge* from the Bladder, Kid- 
nejs. or Sexual organs, » hether existing in 
MALE OR FEMALE, 
From whatever cause th.y may have originated, and 

NO MATTER OF HOW LONG STANDING 



Giving health and vigor to the frame 
D B LOO I " 



M TO THE PALLID CHEEK. 
fY, brought on by abuse, a most terrible disease, 
has brought thousand* of the human family to untime- 
iv graves, thus blasting tne briliaot nepjs of parents and 
blighting in the ba 1 tne g.onous ambition of many a noble 
youth, oan be cured by the u <e of this 

INFALLIBLE REMEDY. 
Beware of (jttack Nostrums and Quae* Doctors. 

HELMBoLD'S HI.a1l.YCON ENTRATED COMPOUND 
FLUID EXTRACT OF BUCHU 
Is prepared d rectly acccordinr to the 
RULES Or 1'UARUACY AND CHEMISTRY, 
With the grei oa' accuracy and c emical knowlecgeand cart 
devoted in 1U combinatii.a. It- popularity has extend d it 
all irections, eni, whether used i u tuwn, country, hoe pi ul 



or private practice, has inv.tria.bly given the m<'St dee ded 
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wngV and beneficial effect. It has been and is use. in a l the 
principal cities in tn>: Va ted utiles auo British Provinces 
in both puolie and private practice, with great success 
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wh«lmingtobee«!;trjiiicte.;, that lUlmtold's Highly Con- 
centrated Compound K'uia I stave ad of Bucnu is the most 
valuable remedy ever offered t • the afflicted. 

Themasaef voluntary -e- emmy in possession of the pro- 
prietor is immense, embracing names well-known to 

SCIENCE ND rAME! 
Celebrated Phvsieiaaaaad dstiaguisbed Clergymen. 

See Professor Dewee'e valuable work on the Practice of 
Physic and most of the late standard works of Medicine 

It is a medicine which Is perfectly pleas KM in its taste and 
odor, but immediate m its action, and it is taken by person* 
of either sex, with'.at hindranc- from business crmedica 
advic , as explicit directions or nse and an ample nnmbe, 
of reliable and responsi ->le certificates to 



skeptical will accompany each bottle. 

Prioe $1 per bottle, or aix b .ttl<* for *5. Delivered to an) 
Udresa. prepared and sold by H T. HELM BOlD, 
Practical and Analytical Cnemist. 
No. 62 S 'Uth Tenth street, below Coestnut, 

(As»embly 8uil<1inga) Philad Iphia. 
To be had of RAYMOND A PATTEN and BEI.I , TAL- 
BOT, A CO., and of Druxgists and Dealer* throughout the 
United States, Canada*, and British Provinces 
aMIdiAblyfcwjAhoowiy 



Wood's Wall Paper Depot, 

ar Main, epposite Courier Office. 



STRANGERS AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS 

As well as my city patrons will ind my present stock of 

PAPEFS OF ALL CLASSES 



Yery eomplete and perfect, having very recently made large 
additions i f everything new aiid cboioe m m> line of business 
which the Ea* era mirkew ellod. 

Combining my trale f P>PER-H ANGER with the sale of 
Wail-Paper enables me to assure the pub.ie that they will 
and it to their interest to sjtss) me a call. 

In Decorative Hall Papers 

I olaim snp-r 
market Gen 

this d«seript an of Pat ers. a< 
gfll please call and judge for 

'aVlltb 



ri rity ov r all tomp-tifrs in th*. Lonisvilir 
tie -en who desire rich and el.gaut patterns of 
aad something estirrlt it>, 
thenujlves 

W. P WHOU, 
Third ft . i ear Ma n. 



BASS AND DRU ■« — 6 apleodii Bass an i Tenor 

Drum* ifroci 12 t . 3o inch head-) just arrived in f , 
sale low at BRAINAKDV 
oi7)Ab 71 Fnnrthstreft. under N 



/S^^ embr 



WATCHES 

Our stock • f -a atrhes a now unusuallv large, 
em bra log ill the i*ifT;rent stvle', which we are 
ng at prices that eanaot tail to pltase. 
lib JOHN KITT> A rr>. 



JE WELHy. 

WE are now prepared to >how one of 
stocks of Cameo. • oral, and Dial 



found in the city. 



the most desira' 
ond Jewelry to 



Call and examine 

JOBN KITTS A CO. 



KENDRICK 

Would call a t ntion to hit stock of WATCHES, 

eg JEWELRY. aodSHVER and PLATED WaRE, 
r\ which ht t aa se ected with great eare from the man 
CjflgUfaeturora and importers. Tbey are the very lat. st 
eammmmwsty >ee Csll and examine at No. 71 Third street, 
between Main and Market, Louisville, Ky. 

(CtlSjiblw 



sm» WATCBES-Jnst received a large furply rf 
Gold and Stiver English and - wifs Watehesof 
W>J mo.tappr.iv-d makes and a variety ef "y es if 
■■■bV ' asi < g all warranted to perfoim to aat sfse <on 
Also, a very eon pi te aasortment of Ladies' and Gentle- 
en's "haina, Keys, ae. I al at 

oet I6jfcb»w WM KFNDRICK'S. 71 Thirds'. 

Readable Books at F. A Crump' . 



VTEVER toe Late to Mend, by Charles Raade. 2 vols 



7S.I 



Price 



i Daisy Chain, by the autJ 

i Prfe-*IM» 

imer Littlefood, a Young ( 



"Dt. Ka e s Arctic rapleraMoni. 2 vols. -Priee S». 
Th, Dntsv Chain, by the autt. r of the Heir of Radelyffe 
S vols - 

Lori 
Life 

■aratnga, a Sfry of 17*7 Prie* $' ?5 

Pilgrimage te El Mediuah aad Mecca, by Richard T. Bur- 
ton. Priee $ i M 

Knignte and Their Days, by Dr Dran. Price $ I 25. 

The H 11. ef the 5na east, by the author of tr e Wide, 
Wide WortA. 

The Life and Adv ntu-ee of Jas. P. Beckworth. Pnc; 
$1 26. 

Married, not Mated, by AlieeCary. Priee $1. 

Hertha, by freder ka remer. trieetl. 

Oliver «'romwell, er England s Grtat Protector, by Henry 
WiUiam Herbert 

Dred, a Tale «f the Gr«at Dismal Swamp, by Harriet Beech- 
erStowe 2 vols Priee $i 7» 

Life of Prieoe Talleyrand, oy Charles K. MeHarg. Priee 



Hiato 
■ 28 



iatory ef the War in -he P»nlnaula aad in the South of 
Me from A. n. 1807 to 1814 by Mayor General Sir W. F 



Economic Cottag* Builder, by Chaa. P. Dwyer. Priee 

^The'Fftmtl' Cewpaaiea, er a Book of Sermeas, by Elijah 
Goedw a P'ice t- . 

The a ove. toother with all the late literature r f th. day. 
mavbehadof P. A. CKUe'p, 

olojAb *♦ Fourth .Tr... near stave ee 



ted Roofins: Paper, Mops,&,c, 

LOl'IMYIIiLE. KY. 

<Vork ioDi i n a superior manaerandof the verybest 
material. 

•af-Orders left at the store of Messrs. C. I. A A. V.Da 

Pont. No.477 Main! tree t, between Fourthand Fifth, will 
recei ve pro ropt attention. 

RErEBEwcr.s— D. l,. Beatty, Esq., JohnThatener.Esq., 
E. E. Levering, Esq. W. F Lane, Esq., R Burgc, Esq., 
and Dr. Moore, Louisville; Kilb .urcc A Davis and Beatty k 
Long, Keokuk, Iowa. ap r 18b6mis 



Steamboat Disaster.— We learn from the 
officers of the steamer Lone Star, which arrived 
this morning from Alexandria, that fhe steamer 
R M. Jones, Capt. Johnston, from Shreveport, 
bound to this place with a cargo of 672 bales of 
cotton, struck on a ledge of rocks two miles 
above Campte. on Red river, during the night 
of Friday last, and knocked a large hole in her 
bottom. She sunk at once, the water reaching 
to her boiler deck. 

We are sorry to say that two lives were lost 
by this accident. The R. M Joaes was owned 
by Capt. Johnston, and valued at about $9,000 
Insurance to the amount of $3 000 is be'ld in 
the Sun Mutual Insurance Company of this 
city. Her agents, Messrs. Shaw & Zunts, have 
not received any further particulars related to 
the disaster .— N O. Pic.,8th 

CITY COURT. 

Friday, Oct. 17. 

Wm. Roe, disorderly conduct. Bail in $100 
t ) answer a misdemeanor. 

James Campbell and Gilbert Murkle, stealing 
boards from Third street bridge Discharged. 

John Harris, alias Palmer, suspected felon. 
Discharged. 

Com'ih by Cbiistian Martin vs John Hays, 
peace warrant. Own recognizance in $100 each 
for three months. 

TLere has been another rupture between the 
two rival houses of Waters and Walker, and 
each appealed to the law for protection Bu*, 
through the intervention of mutual frun f?, their 
difficulties were amicably af ju-ted, and the only 
gainers by it were the amiable Clerk and Mar- 
shal of the Court. 



An Invitation. 

OTRANGERS, you are respectfully invited to call and in- 
O sp. ct our sesortmentof Dry Goods, and have yiurwants 
supplied on aa nasoLable terms as any house in th s ci y can 
supply tbem and much more reasonable than vcu can have 
them .up plied on Main street. 

We have on hand every article usually found in the largest 
r tail houses, and thall take pleasure m exhibiting them ti 
you MILLBRATABB, 
o'O** Corner of Fourth an-i Market s reets. 



To the Ladies. 

Dl'RKEE, BEATH.fe CO. have jmt received the hand- 
somest styles of black Velvet Cloaks to be found on the 
counters of any establishment in this city. Every Cloak or 
adifftrentstjle and en'itely new in de.igo. Call scon, la- 
dies, and examine for yoursVves. aa these Cloaks will soon 
be sold DURKEE. HEATH A CO., 

oUdfcwjAb 107 Fourth st., bet Market and Jefferson. 



Tne Be t Display of Fine Watches, 
Jewelry, aud Silver Ware 

Is at the Store of FLETCHER ft BENN ETT, 463 
Main street, where strangers and citixen are invi- 
ted U> call and examine oar aasortment of tine uold 
and Saver i.ever Wat hes. fine Jewelry, Silver 
.-p ons. Forks. Pitchers, t.obleis, t nps. Ac , of th. 
latest and m«-«t fashionable stylea and at the lowest prices, 
ootlt dftwAb FLETCHER A BE N N ETT 



VJf JEWELRY — J uit received a apiendid ass Ttmeut 
a.w Diamond. Coral,! ameo, and "ther J wetry of t elat 



and meat fashio 
r>3 Main. treet.be 
octUdftwAb 



it of 
atest 

■tyies. Please cail and exam, ne at 

i Fourth and Fifth. 

FLE'I ( HF.K * BENNETT. 



Elegant Piaro-Portes at Low Prices! 



JUST received some very elegant Piano 
Fortes of the burst manufacture for sale at 
unusually low prices, wholesale or retail, by 

D. P. FAULD8, 
fi%9 Main st , between Second and Third. 



Rich Fancy Silks. 

RY calling at our store ladies will find at our counters a 
l«rge Hue of new and beautiful Silks just opens! at ex- 
traordinary low prices 
1 ea<e Argentines for t'aveling or winter dreaaes; 
25 cartoons Dreea Trimmings of s peri rs yles; 

lanntls for children very beaatifnl; 
Collars of every variety. 
CLOTH CLOAKS. 



oetWrfAwiAb 



ng now and novel in atyle of colored 
from any styl*. to be found in the city. 
DURKEE, HEATH A CO., 
IT Fonrtbat .net ** 



THE 



ty We have a letter from Nashville stating 
that Dora Shaw has just completed a brilliant 
engagement at the theatre in that city. We 
expect her here now, and there is pleasure in 
the expectation. 

Fowler & Norton.— This firm, owners of a 
wharfbeat at Cairo., are doing an immense busi- 
ness. The amount of produce and goods for 
warded by them during the month cf September 
consisted of 37,000 packages, weighing 3 280 
tons-. Their business in August was nearly 
double that amount. Messrs F. &. N. are re- 
liable business men, and we commend them to 
the patronage of the public. 



War in the Peninsula. 

HISTORY of the War in the Peninsula and in the Sonth 
of France from A. D. 1»>7 to A. t». 1S14. by Major-Gen- 
eralSirW F. P Napier, H C B., Colonel Twenty-Seventh 
Regiment, member of the Riyal Swedish Academy of Mili- 
tary Scienoe. In five volumes, with portraits and p ans. 
Price $7 SC. 

Washingtonon Assimilation, Consumption, and Scrofula 

Price 50 ceut<. 

Outlines of Physical Geography, by George W. Fitch. 
Price $l. 

ColtonandFitch'i Modern School Geography. Price 

cents. 

Coltonand Fitch's Primary Geography. Price 50 cents. 
These, tigether with all the school books usually kept in 
a well-stocked boakstore, may be oota ned of 
ail jib P. A. CRUMP. 84 Fourth st . near Market. 



GENTS' CLOTH CAPS ior fall just receiaed by expret 
thin morning. 

a23.&b PRATRER. SMITH, k CO., 45.'. Main st. 



BOYS', YOUTHS', AND CHI'.DREN'S CLOTH, VEL- 
VET, AND PLUSH CAPS forfall retail trade just re- 
eeivtd and for sale low by 
a23jAb PR\rU.'.R, SMITH, * CO., 455 Maiost 



jiALL jTVLE S 'FT HATS— We are this morning in re 
ceipt of some feaot.iful atylea of St,ft R.tsi ness and Trav- 
ing Hats of all th • diff rent qualities oolora, Ac. 
a23 jAb PRATHER. aMITU A CO.. 455 Main st. 



a23 j*.b 



NS ins* reoeiv d at 
it ME- I LF.MON'S. 



FALL. SUPPLIES FOR 1856. 
rpHE subscriber, at his WALL PAPER DEPOT, Third 
1 street, near Main, is in daily receipt of large additions 
to his stock of 

PAPER HANGINGS OF ALL CLASSES. 
These additions are nearly all new patterns, and will he 
ssld and hung in good style at the lowest prices. 

W. r WOOD, 
Paper Hanger and De.iler in 
•28 JAb French aod American Paper Hangingi. 

JJet-No old stock. All new and fresh goods. 



Forty Tears' Full 

PHILADELPHIA BAR, 

BY DAVID PAUL BROWN. 



For sale by 
oUi&b 



S. RINGGOLD, 
66 Fourth atre« t. near Main. 



New and Popu'ar Music 

JUST published by D. P. FAULDS, 639 Main 
stieet 

' Maggie May," a beautiful Song and Ctn- 
ru-— o> ;n V Mo ris; 
"Nicaragua Na lonal Song and Chorus"— by Hernandei; 
"l.'gtit at Home," a ballad— by i has. Hess, 
"Queen Walts '-by Louis Warontr, 
"' est Steamer"— b. A. < brougb; 

"Sad and A one " ' Pensive I'houihts," "Old Memnriec." 
'Pl aaaot Dr.ams." 'Childhood's Dream," "The Winning 
^mile," with Variations — y Cras Fvers. cMjfcb 



Superb Fancy Dry <;oods, Laceus, 
*.mbroiderieg, &C 

RECEIVED THIS MOKNING BY tXPRESS AT 

BENT&. DU V ALL'S, 

S3? Main .(reel . 

YjTTE are in rece : p',tbls ra rning, of sev ral cases contaio- 
v V ing a variety of st. I. s of rici Fane; Dry Goods for the 
present season — Ladi s' Dreas Silks, entirely n- w designs 
Muslin dr Lai. e, j. aio and figured, high ol ra Emhroide- 
r esia 'apes, dollars, sc.; with shawls, Memrffl CI ak-,and 
all ntber articles usuallv found n the best regulated Dr. 
Goods h..u«e-: wit" a full assor.ment of .very class of Do- 
i" vi e the sp'eial atten 
offer every mducementin 



mastic and Staple Dry Go dt «a e 
Mnnef Allpuronaai rs as we will oil 
the style and prices of oar stock 



Ql3JA b 

Books! New Bo oIls! at 



BENT A DUYALL, 
537 Main at. 



Id' 



NEW BOOKS »Y FAMOUS AUTHORS. 

ANEW Book by the author of Frank Falrleigh. 
A n-w Book by the ^uth->r of the Heir of Rtdclyffe. 
A new Book by t' e author of Pe< Woffington. 
A new B ok by the a-itbor ot Zaidee. 
A new Book by the author f the Wide. Wide World. 
A new B«i* by 'h: author of the Queens of England. 
H. u hold Mysteries, hj Listie Pettit. 
Sinai and Pale«t ne, h y A P Stanley. M A. 
A Pilrrimage t H M.d nahand Mecca, b> Bortoa. 
Fr.giirh Traits, by R. W. Emerson. 
Forsaieby S. RINGGOLD, 

ol3J*b 66 Fourth street, near Main. 



Domestic Goods. 

CASE New Tork Mills Cottons; 

1 do Lonsdale do: 

2 cases stag and Semper Idem Cottons for ladies' and 
genta' tint w ar (we can recommend these goods as c> 
ing particularly nice); 

1 bale 4-4 plaid Linscys of best brand.;; 
1 do 7-8 d. do do do; 

1 do 3 4 do do do do: 

3 bales assorted qualities of brown Cottons- 

3 do do do brown and bleacb'dCantonFlaa 

nels; 

2 bales super grades of Ticking and Checks; 
All of which we offer low. 

»25jAb KOBINSON. M A RW N , k CO. ,96 Fourth st 



NewCaipete, Floor Oil-Cloths, and Rugs 

WE are in receipt this morning of s fine assortment of th 
abuve usef m goods Among them wi.l be found man} 
entirely new ttyle* la high and rich colors, w bich we offer at 
the very lowest prioes. BENT k DUVALL, 

a25jAb Carpet Warehouse 



SHAVING Ul'ENSILS-Shaving Brushes, Rssors, Razor 
Straps, and Shaving Soap all of the »est quality, for sale 



IjAb 



RINGGOLD'S 



quality, far ea 

Vs., 



New Books. 

BRAITHW/ ITF'S He'rcfpect for July. 
London Lancet for August. 
Harpers' aad Graham's Magazines and Godey'i Lady'sBooii 

forSeptemie- 

i.ife of James Bachartan and Joo C. Breokinridge. Cheap 
edition. Pice 25c One third off to the trads. 
Mar in i of Crow Martin, by < harlaa l.ever. 
a2njtb C HtGAN A CO. 



CORAL. AUD DiA.cC • .tDS. 

BY EXPRESS— 
1 doien rir-h Coral Pins and Ear-Rings; 
Coral S'eeve Buttons 
We have in store a fine aasortment of Diamond Jewelry 

via: 

Diamond Croases and Far-Rings; 
Diamond Finger Rings; 
Diamond Gent's Pins. 
All of which we offer at low privet. 

a2iJAb J 11 N K1TTR4CO., Mala street. 



A GREAT VARIETY ut NEW STI LE SOFT CAbSI- 
MERE HATS for men and ooyt at 
a21iAb HAYES. I'RAlfi. A. CO 'S 



Floor Oil-Clotlis, 

g8« Ma- 8, 

AND EV RY DESi RIPTION OF CURTAIN 

GOODS AND TRIMMINGS 
Now in store at the Carpet and House Furnishing Warehouse 

BENT & DO V ALL, Main e tree t. 
i ITE bave now in store a full and complete stock of all 
vv grade, of Ct'peting, a Urge nortioo of which has just 
been rece ived comprising all tb* beat patteraaof 
kiob Velvet I ape»tr. Carpus; 

Do do Brussels Tapi.try Carpets; 
English and m. rican brsssela do, 
l^mpe Ul 3 ply and2-ply do; 

,< henllle, and Tnfted Rugs. 
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, 
From S to It feet wide. Just received seven: 
t ful designs, which «e eat tosuitpnrehi 

RICH CURTAIN GOODS. 
Embracing every variety of material, with Trimmings to 
match. Ac 

Strangers who visit the elty, who contemplate furnishing 
tbeir boa . s. with am of the above goeis. will una ta tejr 
hone* a larrr aad w. II -a so. ted stock of evrri are cle necee- 
sarv toeomf irtanieleganoe, wh.ch we ■ ffer at the v rv low 




BENT k DUVAl.L, 
37 Main St., opposite hank of K.J. 



New Books! New Books! at Ringgold's 

THE Life and Adventures of Beekwourth, by T. D 
Binner. 

The Martins of Cro' Martin, by Chas. Lever. 

Jehu Halifax, Gentleman, by the author of "The Head of 
the Family " 

lmpref sions of Englaad, by A. Cleveland Cose. 

Aspen Court, a Story of Oar Own Time, by Shirley 
Brooks. 

The Princeof the House ef David, edited by Rev. Prof. J 
H Iugraham. 
Fred Graham, by J. Frederick Smith. 
HinriDe La Tour, or the Comrades in Arms, by J. F 

Smith 

Charles Vavassner.nrthe Outcast Heir, by J. F. Smith. 
Braithwaite's Retrospect for July. 1856. 
Porsa'eby S. RINGGOLD, 

a21 j ib 66 Fourth street, near Main 



gODA AND SALkRA TUS- 



125 oaeks Supercarb. S' da; 
76 b >xes do do, lib papers; 
60 do Saleratus; 
Just received and for sale by 
c9 NOCK. WICR8. A CO. 



T EA-40, 



CIIEE-E— 
60 boxes E D. Che se: 
40 do W.R do. 



in store aad for sale by 

MlMlk. - ICRS, a CO 



MaCKEKEl -120vaeksgeaNos. 2 and 3 received per keel 
Leooa and for sale by 
o» ItRTiVKK A CO , HyMalnet 



alLK HOSE-60 d 
• sale by 
oot9 i«w 



tk 11 ne received and for 
TAMR« LOW k CO.. 418 Mala st. 



17 ID GLOVF8- 
iV Hi' d ten Ladies' cl-rrd K id Gloves; 



•0 do klaek 
80 do white 
R>ae<ved and for sale by 
eetydAw JAMES LOV a CO.. 41R Mai net 



h 7 w W nB.Cw..tjr&^ 

ar- 41 aeearr to asas^ w aeea t » A ~£Ams>0~ft «TK*| 



BY TELEGRAPH. 



ed for the Bulletin. 



PENNSYLVANIA ELECTIONS. 

Philadelphia, Oct. 16 
A dispatch from Wilkesh?rre makee Wayne 
360; previous report was 130 Democratic. 

Philadelphia, 0;t. 17 
Philadelphia, official: Scott 36,038: Cochran 
32 004 

Northampton county, official: Scott 2,320. 

Philadelphia, Oct. 17. 

At 2 o'clock this morning ■ fire commenced 
in the lumberyard »f Samuel M"£argii, on the 
Delaware, near the high brid£*, cv ich was en- 
tirely das»royed I he fire ex erdei to the iron 
rolling mill of Jsm«s and Nstnu Rowland, 
and the machine woiks of T. B. Chapin. About 
twenty dwellirgs were destroyed on th* beach, 
and Pennsylvon a .-nd Poplar streets; also Jos. 
Anthony's car,,eater shop, Geo F. Schnaeder's 
ship chandlery. The steam engine Young 
Ameiicaand Boston Cataract engine were 
service. The loss exceeds $200,000. 

Baltimore, Oct. 17. 
The steamboat Monmou h run into the brig 
Woodward on Tuesday uight, hence for New 
Orleans. The brig escaped with slight injury, 
but the Monmouth sprung a leak and in a short 
time sunk. Nine persons, principally belong 
ing to the crew, and fourteen others escaped by 
a raft and were — 



New Yobk, Oct. 17. 
Steamship Ericsson has arrived from Liver, 
pool with dates to the first instant, which have 
been anticipated by the Persia. 

New York, Oct 17 
The steamer Lyonacas, from Havre, and the 
Prussia, from Hamburg, have arrived. 

Pittsbukg, Oct. 17, M. 
River 9 incLeg by the m*tal mark and at a 
stand. Weather damp and cloudy with indica 
tions of rain. 

Cincinnati, Oct. 17, M. 
River unchanged, cloudy and cold. 

CllfCIKWATl, Oct. 17, H. 
Flour very arm at $5 90. Wheat active at $1 16a$l 17 for 
red and SI 26 for white. Barley eelUng at $1 52 f it spring 
Whisky, sates at 29aiJ J,c Molasses at 65c. 

Baltimore, Oot. 17, M. 
Flour and eorn unchanged. Wheat from 2 to 3a better; 
sales of white at $1 50al 58, and red at »1 6*1 67. Whisky 
sells at 36c for city-distilled. 

NivOiuais, Oct. 15. 
Sales of cotton to-day 1,000 bales at a further decline; 
midd ing Orleans now quoted at 12c. For other articles the 

New York, Oct. 17, M. 

Flour steady: 9,000 bbls sold. Wheat buoyant; 40,000 
bushels sold-redat $1 60a$l 62. Corn advancing;Ji,CO0 
bushelssold at 73 for white and yeLow. P.rk buoyant; 700 
bbls sold at $22 5i'. Beef firm. Lard dull at IftftJ . Whisky 
easier; sales at 37M. 

Stocks firm. Chicago aad Rock Island 05*; Cumberland 
II 8; 111. Central 116; bonds £8; Michigan Southern ec* N. 
Y.Centsal 88H; Penn.CoalCo. !3, Readiag f0»j; Mi touri 
6< 89; Galena aud Chicago 1C9^; Mich Central 9.t; : Erie 61; 
Cleveland aad Toledo 72*,; Cleveland and Pitta. 57X. kter 
ling 



Drums! Drums! Drums! 

JUST received at tne Piano and Music Wareroom, No. 53) 
Main ureet, a line assortment of i>rans..f every descrip- 
tion, at low prices. D P. FAU. D5, 
s2 jAb Importer and Dealer in Muiie Goods. 



AN EN TIKE NEW AND .^I'PeRB STOCK OF 

Rich, Fancy, and Maple Dry Goods, 

Just received per Blip re as aal otherwise by 
BEN f A UUVALu, 537 Main street. 
\SJ E are now in reeeiptof a v ry large portion of our stock 
vV i n the above g.iodj for tae present aud approaching eea- 
soa. Toenum ratea.lourg. da in the various Jepartments 
of our store wou d traasciuj our limits in the advjrtiaing 
column* of this paper. W« oaa tlieref ire only invite all 
purchasers in pur.un *f fine ,rd> lestio dry gooda to give 
our st.ek an examination onfidiat we oan pi. ase the most 
faatidituaio style, quality, and price. 

We have oatuua price for our gjojs, from waioh we make 
noabatemeut This is a protection to those of teas experi- 
ence in tne purchase of goods. 

BENT A DUYALL, 
■lJAb 637 Main St.. between Second and Third. 



ess, Railroad, and the River. 
NEW OOODS. 

UOBINSON, MakTIN, a . o, !.» Fourth street, near 
LV> Market, have, within the last few days, been receiv- 
ing afuli and splendid aasortment of STaFlE and faNt Y 
DRY GUODS. and which they are now prepared to offer at 
the lowest figures. 

ti.t-GAM EMBROIDERIES AN D DRESS GO-jDS. 
We have added to oursteca, by to-a»y's express, a large 
importation of Fancy G ^ds. whieh m point or richness of 
fabric and novelty of design we ihiaa cannot be excelled by 
any other bouse. 

BLEACHED AND BROWN DOMESTICS AND LINENS. 

W e bave now on hand 10 caeva of different branda of these 
goods, which we offor at low rates. 

SCARFIS A.M. SHAWLS. 
A beautiful lot of Stel.a Broebe. wooiea. 

CHINTZES AND GI.NCHAMS. 
Super French, Angliah, American, and Manchester, for 
dreaaea, aprons, and bonnets. 

FLAfafaALM FLANNELS! 
Fifty pieeee of assorted colors an» qualities, iae)udingl0-4 
gray and white bhafcer, Silk, Glusc Vrelab, Ballaruvale, 
Doutstic, audU' ion.g iods whion wecau recommend. 
HA.NL.JO.ah laLiiuis 
200 pieces of din. rem styles 

W e revpuctf ullj ask puichaaers to an examination of our 
stock. We nave facilities unsurpassed by au> other House, 
.ndcousequentl. will so. 1 them ai i hea^ as the ohoavest. 

Sl|«b itimiN.,iiN. MAKTIN . a Co., vb r our n. at. 



NEW ^TkLAa OF BOVS' AN;. CIllLDitt.N'3 HATS 
AND lit !»— An asbortmentsuptriurt any ever offtroo 
cis, is thia oay in- 

a.'5 Mainst 



lu thia man et. and at unusually l a p 
iroduced atour warer<H,mk. 
a3li Ab PrtvlH R SMIT1, A OO 



N 'well 
a3Jj*o 



sTVLES OF BUVB- tOlT HAlh-Agfeat variety, 
I adapted to the season, which are selnug ra, i-ly at 
HAVfca, C.^AlU. A CO. S 



Fall and Winter Fashions 

r TO-DAY HaYCS. CMAIG. A Co. introduce then 
• new style Dre-s Hiais for i all and Winer. a3u ab 



JOCKEY CAPa— tut tutu > i K tf- aid leathtr hidn 
Caps, neat and cemf enable, of le Jccuy sty le, to be i n 
of |a»Jab) IIUHn. a ii,,iiu 



* 



ln.i. ndcii « i.uu at— .uo i 
bi and ia store and for sale by 



ni k u.n. aomitn' 



a3' jab 



U FERGC ON A SON. 



KObaED F Lull at— 60 bbls lu stole auu MtsM by 

H. FERGL SON a .-ON , 
Corner Fif ib and Marketate 

Ka M BEAVk&S" ev 
HAYES. CRAIG. A CO. 



u 

aSOjtb 

COME OP THE MOST SUPERB 
O worn are to be had of 
aAjtb 



/ t r > i 1. 1 M L N 'o SOF l HA IB 
tJT be " 



had at 
aiujAb 



f every ueacription aio to 
HAYES. CRAIG, at CO.'! 



BOYS' FALL bTYLJL C. OI H PLUSH, ANl; VELVET 
CAPS, eaUrely aew patterns, at 
»30 ifcb HAYES, CRAIG, A CO.'S. 



L A uVt K out S at f>SRB B * AVtB HATS, fnlntyle, 

Jujib at >l HAYES, CRAIG, * PO.'S 



States "I .auicric 



COUNTRY MERCHANTS will dud 
every variety of HATS aod CAFS tuat 
are io be i.ad anywhere at HAVES, 
■CRAIG, k OO.'as and as cheap as th. 
same goods can be had io tbe United 
aAUiAb 



VI 



Eli AF> I 

by 



r. A RA 4 LOtR— 76 oi Is ia stoic 
[aSlMAb H FE'.i.l ' 



FASHIONABLE DRESS HATS — The Loo.sville Fall 



a*, j at. 



Washington on Consnmpt ; on 

POST MOrt i EM examia»(ion> have revealed the faetthat 
nature has in a van number of eas s oured oonsamption 
by a process of her own. hKnerto in. xplioable. The' pr o-as 
i„e au hor has so olear.y elucidated that ail msy pr. fit by it 

i-rieeM) at* 

N.B ltitno advertising sheet for any cough syrup, bal- 
sam, pectoral, Ae. 
Forsaieby F. A. CRUMP, 

aJ7JAq 84 Fourth st . near »>arket 



i^Hair Dye.— It mt.kes.no diafeienre how 

gray or red or rusty the hair or whiskers may be, aor how 
much they may have been injured by bad dyes, BaT. aa- 
lob's Haia Dt« wUl make tbem a beau'if ul aad lively blank 
or browa without tbe least injury, aad will acver fade or 
turn rusty. Wabraxtib. 

Made and sold or applied (ia aiaei 
elor's fFig Factory, 233 Broadway, New York . 
ine exeept Wm. A. Batcmelor is on the label. 

The genuine is sold in Louisville by Raymead A 
74 Fourth street, and druggists generally . Jsttai j ev 
Hem*, a afc/or W. A Batehtlor't, amd take none i 

oSJtblm 



There 



Dalley's Magical Paik Extractor. 

ever baa been a discovery made ia Materia M 
whereby pain can be so quickly allayed, and where parts ha 
high state of inflammation eaa ba rapidly red ceedfje tbeir 

natural state, nor wtere wonnda aad sor.s can be se 
thoroughly aad rapidly healed, and decayed parts restored 
without eithtrtenror defect, than with DALLE V '5 MAGI- 
GAL PAIN EXTRACTOR. 

In Cuts, Wounds, Sprains, and Bruires-eaaualitiea e 
which children are constantly sabjeet— the action of the 



genuine DALLEY S PAIN EXTRACTOR is ever tbe same 
Bow much pain and sufferirg msy not thus le prevented 
Moreover, life itself is ofWn dependent u P < a haviagat hand 
theCenalne DAI.LEY EXTRACTOR, aad fcr portiealara 
of whieh I respectfully refer te my printed pamphlets, for 
the truth of whieh I hold myself rtspoasifcle. 

No case of Burns aad Seald, no matter how severe, has ever 
yet. in any one Instance, resisted the all-powerfal, pain-sab. 
dningand healing qualities of the DAI.LEY 'S PAIN EX- 
TRACTOR. 

No Pais Extractor is Gemoihe unless the box has upoa 

it a Steel Plate Bagraved Label with the sigoatnreeef C. Y 
CLICKENER A CO., proprietors, aad HENRY DALLE V, 
manufacturer. Price 25 cents per box. 

•a-All orders should be addressed to C. Y. CliekenerA 
Co., 81 Barclay st 

49~Sold by all the 1 

sept8jAb3m 

(jyGooD Medicines.— It is 

Arra s Cherry Pectoral asd Cathartic Film have 
done more to promote the publio health than any other one 
cause. There eaa be ae question that the Cherry Pectoral 
has by its thousand on thousand cures of colds, 
Asthma, Crcnp, laflneaia. Bronchitis, Ae. very much 
the proportion of deaths from 
country. The Pills are aa go. 




Everybody needs more or less pargiag. Purge I 

from its impurities. Purge the bowels, liver, aad thai 
visceral system from obsttuetioas. Purge oat tbe diseases 
which fasten on the body to work its decay. But for diseases 
we should die only of old sge. Take antidotoa early and 
thrust it from the system before it is yet too strong to yield. 

Ayer's Pills do thrust out disease notcaly while it is weak 
but when it has taken a strong hold. Read the aa toe ad ing 
statements of those who have been cured by them from dread- 
ful Scrofula, Drcpsy, Ulcers, Skin Diseases, Rheumatism, 
Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Interral pains. Billions complaints. 
Heartburn, Headache, Gout, and many less dangerous but 
still threatenisg ailments, euch as pimples oa the faee. 
Worms, Nervous Irritability. Loss of Appstito, Irregulari- 
ties. Dizziness ia the head. Colds, Fevers, Dysentery, aad 
indeed every variety of complaints for whieh a Purgative 
Remedy is required. 

These are no random statements, but are authenticated by 
your own neighbors and your own Physieians. 

Try them jnoe and you will never he witheat them. 

Price 25cts. per Box— 6 Boxes forftl 00. 

Prepared by Dr.J. C. AYER, Practical aad Analytical 
Chemist, Lowell, Mass., aad sold by all Druggists and deal- 
era in medicine through this section. sl5 jkbeodAeow2m 

Important to Female*: 

HyDR Cheeseman's Pills.— The combina- 
tions of ingredients in these Pills are the result of a loag 
and extensive praotiee. They are mild In tbeir operation, 
and certain ia correcting all Irregularities painful seon- 
atruatioa, removing nil obstructions, whether from cold 
otherwise, headache, pain in the side, palpitatioa of the 
heart, and disturbed sleep, whieh always arise from inter- 
ruption of natare. They can be successfully rued as a 
preventative. These pills should never be takeu m preg- 
nancy, as they wonld be sare to cause miscarriage. War- 
ranted purely vegetable and free from anything injurious 
to life or health. Explieit directions, which should be read, 
aoeompaay each box. Price $1. RAYMON A PATTEN, 
74 Fourth street, wholesale and retail agents or Louisville 
Seat by mail by eaeloeing $1 to Dr.Corneliuaj, Cheeaosn 
No.182 Broadway, New York. JulylthAJ 



R.L. TALBOT & CO,, 



Corner of Seventh and Walnut I 
l.oi ixmi i t ky. 

The subscribers have established a bianeh of their house X 
the above locatloa aad under the above style. Families aad 
Physicians may rely upon having their orders and prescrip- 
tions filled with neatness and accuracy. 

BELL. TALBOT, ft CO. 

Pure Medical Extracts and Pow 

Fancy Goods, and Perfume ry 



For sale by 

aug 15 b6m 



R. L. TALBOT * CO , 
Corner of Seventh and Walnut its. 



CITY ORDINANCES , &C. 

AN ORDINANCE 
As to Resident Graduate, in (he Hospic*! 
Be it orduined by the General Council of the 
ctij» oj Louisville, Ibat, in the month of May 
of each jear, there fhall be elected by tbe 
General Council two Resident Graduates to the 
Louisville Marine Hotp;tal, who shall be gradu- 
ates of some chartered school in the state of 
Kentucky. They shall reside in the Hospital, 
visit tbe wards once every morning ani even- 
ing, and ottener if required, either by directions 
of the medical men in attendance or by the con- 
dition of the patients, put up neatly and care- 
fully and in good time, medicines prescribed for 
the sick, and see that they are administered as 
direrted by the Physician or Surgeon t n duty. 
They shall keep an accurate daily record of 
every case, both medical and surgical, admitted 
into the Hospital, with tbe treatment adopted 
and result of the same. They sha 1 attach to 
this reco'd of every case on which an autopey 
is held, a careful account of the appearances 
observed at the examination. On the first of 
May of each year, they shMI prepare and ap- 
pend to the Hospital case or record book, an 
accurate and copious index, containing both 
'he names ot tbe patents aad \A their diseases. 
Tney shall both at no time b^ absent from the 
Ho-pital, nor shall either absent themselves for 
longer than twe bom s without the consent of 
the attending Physician or Surgeon or Super- 
intendent, and when one Graduate is absent at 
the hour of the daily visits <f the medical 
gentlemen in attendance, tbe other shall fill his 
place and discharge all his duties;. They shall 
not receive pay from a paMent in 'he Hospital, 
oor prac ice medicine out of it, wbi'st they re- 
main Residen* Graduates of the Hospital. Tbey 
shall continue in tffice ore year, be boarded 
and lodged at tbe Hospital, but receive no other 
compensation. Tbe Trustees shall fill any 
vacancy that may occur during thevear. 
Ordinance No 



If MM 'ft \N1> VOUTrlS' N W -.rYbB SOFT HATS— 
VI We Are tally reoeiviag freeh r«. a force me is u f this de- 
scription, whioh we offer on easy terms. 
a28.kr. P«ITHKR "MfTI. ft CO. 



HchjOl Books! 

AT RINGGOLD'S. 

A FULL and eomplet • st. et of ell the Books used in the 
principal schools ef taeeity Ins aad revised auitious), 
a fall and com .1 to aeeortm nt of >ehoo. Stationery BUak 
Hooks, Compxition B>oka C>ov Bo»ks, P.rtFoiios. Pen 
knives. WritiDg-Desks. Qa.U Pens, ate., all ef wbioh will be 
old at the loweat rate* b i 
a28j*b 8. RINGGOLD, 



aavkMsTef 

Am 



201 is hereby repealed. 
THOS. W. RILEY, P. B. C. C. 
Ed. Cooke, C. B. C. C. 

F A. KAYE, P. B. A. 
O. H.Stbattan, C. B. A. 
Approved Ap il 11, 1856. 
o!5.3jotb JOHN BARBEE. Mayor. 



CHILDREN'S "ATS AND CAPS — We have a choice as- 
sortment of these vera attractive aad ebeaa 
ellthb PRATHER. SMITH, t CO.. a: 5 Mais st. 



BEAUTHTJL JEWELRY- Entirely Mew I 
oeivoda* JaMKSI 



J»st re- 
. LEdON'S. 
' ) h IMMaia St., hetwea «eeead and Third. 



t^LEBVR BO TON3-SLEAVA BUn'ONs-A • 
O of the newest stylea at 
elliAb Sift Ham st 



arge 1< 
JAMES I LEMON'S, 
be twee. Stoeaa aad Third. 



^neViael t* 



• •ia* *l 
asa, sm 



MEN'S AND BoYs' SOFT BATS — Everv auality astd 

1 1 jfth ** *** |ri * M VrIthe'-* ' 

f# sjt ! (AM a«t ftmaJsaSeenja 



it a 40sV4. 



To my Customers. 

Ir. 05ti'*cr;ocr:o» of ' he I a e 6 re on the Istintt., ny 
CM v!,ic:. r:j stoi e-L'-use aud a gr a tor part of ray 
wWI *..»-k we-, b-.r; ti, I wn.eoiua.-iUd to seek ano her 
» V^hVloeition I therel i« keg leave to inform my 
frienue aua customers that 1 r a t- ■ w res y to serve chem aa 
kaMnMHMtlfl .< «! nilding No. 44 

Market, near corner • My stock of 

Getts' and I, ic«f and Boots 

efall and vis • ail ' -'.lar.lete in. a very few 

I assail sti .. i l e patronage in my 

r location r-ercr. - , ', bei towed by the citd 

MM*f LcUlSTlCi ; r,\ry 

uTilb SAM'L P. SECOR. 



).H»mit 



c R. BBWXRD« 



HARRIS & 00 . 
Pliotograpliers, 

477 Main street, Louisville. 
OOLICIT ORDERS in theirline, whichthey guamntetto 
aJ til with aa much accuracy, ttate, ana g noral irtistio 
■•ritaacan be done any where in the Umttd States 
rnsftgmr*" colored and unoolored, on paper, caayat, or 
l.wtnt othersubstanee, from breastpin or locket anenp 
t»f full life. 

re entire attention is gives to thisbranehof 
m!7j*b HARRIS * CO 



Collodiotypes, 

THS NEW AND BEAUTIFUL atyle of pieture 
ceding the Ambrotype. on aocount of ita great 



"SSr 



y , is taken in from one t 
tageonc for cbi Idren . 
correotyj> es ai asual . 



iu greater per- 
and is partiou- 



THRO. HARRIS. 



CASSIMERE DRESS HATS— A | 
4Lwwf this much admired arti cle, 
far ear retail trade. 
•11 ,«b PRATHER, SMITH, * CO., 465 Rata It. 



GOLD PENS. IN GOLD. SILVER, AND INDIA RUB- 
BER UOLDERS-Thie is a choioe lot of Penj. Call 
aad try them. JAMES I . UiON, 

oil jab 635 Main at . between:Seo»nd and 1 turd. 



PINK WATCHES-FINK WATCHKS-I hare 
oDtntd a new etook of Gold and Silver 
openeo new j^MES 1. LEMON, 

635 Main it., between Second and Third. 



r, 



The Life of Fillmore. 

LITE AND PUBLIC SERVICES OF MILLARD 
FILLMORE, by W. L. Barre, of Kentucky. Pnee SI. 
.^reaoieedand forsale by F. A. CRUMP, 

,11 >*.» 84 Fourth at.. near Market. 

CARPET SCHOOL SATCHELS — A full aaaortmeat just 
eaeaedat [slljkb) TALBOT'S, 78 Fourth at 



WILLOW AND CANE WARE— Now opening aa invoice 
of Cane Rooking, Easy, and f» ursin»Chairs alao Barn- 
acts. Clcthei' Baskets, H ish Table Chairs, Care. Cradle*, 
Aa at fslljAt.] W W. TALBOT'S, 98 Foarth »t. 



TJXTHA FLOCR— 160 bbla White Wheat Flour, various 
JSt brands, in atore and fors&le by 
.llitt H. FERGUSON A SON 



TOOTH POWDER at 

R. S. KINOOOLD'S.l 



DRUG STORE. 



Druggist and Dealer in 
67 fourth itrtet, under 
olO 



rnoiLKT 

I clojkb 

ff 



SOAPS at 



R. B. RINGGOLD'S. 67 



-AT* DTK at 



R. B. RINGGOLD'S. «7 



LtTBIN'S EXTRACTS at 
•ItJJfcb R. S. HIV 



INF. U MR BXUiHES 



RINGGOLD'S,! 



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New Boofes. 

ETRIBUTION, a Tale of Passion, by Emma D. E. N. 
> Soulhworth Price SI 2>. 
Eaghah Traits by K. W Emerson. Price BE. 
Lire i- the Itineracy, in its relatione to the Circuit 
tattoo, aud to the MimAr l Home and Fam 



The Tongue of Fire or The True Power of Christianity, by 
Wae. Arthur, A. M. Price 75 eta. 

The Theology of Inventions, cr Manifestations of Deity in 
Mat Works of Art, by the R»v. John lilakely. Price 75 eta 

History of Immigration to the L'uitea Statei. Prioe 
SI w. 

i to Social Science, by Geo. H.Calvert. 65ct« 
;hief, a Legend of North Mexioo, by Captain 

Youth of tfle^ld Dominion, by Sam'l Hot kins. Prie 
Mb 

Forest and Shore, or Legends of the Pine Tree State, by 
,-baa. P Ilsley. Price SI. 
The Angel in the Hons a, the EspouBal Price 75 eta. 
Alio, new supply of School B»cki; just received at 

F. A. CRUMP'S, 
cfjAk 84 Fourthstreet. near Market. 



HEW AND SUPERB CARPETING. 

Jk large stock received within the last few days 
and this niornicg at 
BENT fc DUVALL'S, 

■•la street, between sjeeoad and Third. 
\irE bnve now in store a large portion of our stock of Car- 
W pet* for the seaion, to which we invite the mention of 
amrahcaeri generally— 

Rich Royal Wilton Carpets; 
Do do Velvet do; 
Do BrusaeisTapestrydo; 
Do English Brus.eU do; 
*-t do do do: 
Axminsterand Chenille Rugs; 
Adelaide Mate. Ac: 
Kxtra super 3 -ply Carpets; 
ImptTlal do do; 
Saper Ingrain do; 
And allot the inferior grades of Carpeting. 

Aa we shall be adding daily to our stock all the Intact and 
beat styles as they oome oat, we can say to customers and the 
ywWie t>»atthey will at all times find our stock of Carpets 
surpassed in any Eastern house. Terms f avoraole and pri 

BENT * DUVALL, 6S7 Main t 



School Books. 

A FULL etook of all theleadiog Sehool Books now in use in 
the Public and Private Sohools in the eity and count! 
cat baoc and forsale at the lowest rates by 

WEBB, GILL, A LEVERING, 
ae»tgd* v j*b No. 521 Main St. 



M 



Lustres and Bombazines. 

ILLER k TABS, -jn*r Fourth and Market streets, re 
spcotf ally 1 twite attention to t heir stock of Lustres and 
BfjMMM consistiagof a: grade* and qualities. s8 bAj 



i^te 3 



>V8* AND CHILDRKN'S HATS AND CAPS— An ex- 
- J eai:.£* variety of new styles, got 
trade. Please eall and examine 
0*» PRATHER, SMITH, A CO. 

_ H ».TS— The Louisvillj FallStylc introduced by us, 
a* carnal outvies all others, bnd is to be had only at 456 
sCjAb PRATHER, SMITH. A CO. 



Sain sir 



Hew Books! New Books! at Ringgold's 

RETRIBUTION, a Tale of Passion, by Mrs. Southworth. 
Price El 25. 

The Oauv Chaia.a Family Chroniele, bvthe author of the 
Seirof Rfdcljffe Uartscase, *e. Prioe$160. 

Irriag's Life of Washington. 

Tie Baked Head and other Tales. Price 75e. 

A Lad/ .. Seoond Journey Round the World, by Ida Pfeif- 
rer. 1 . $! 26. 

The Life of the Right Honorable John PhilpotCarrAn, late 
Mast-r f>l Rolls in Ireland, by his Son Price Si 26. 

mcaeUef 'sbaored Plains. Prioe $125. 

' fi «Fo.^t IN n G e^M?i.. 



COUNTRY MKRCHANTS are invited - ,r| 
»«"0k of HATS, CAPS, andfl 
aS'uKS. An examination only is neeessary tesBPcta 

cSjSb a pRATH*ER, SMITH, t CO.. 455 Main st. 



♦JJOaTT niT3-Gentlemea s and Youths' Hats of this de- 
k3 swiptioa, of new styles, colors, Ac. We have a fresh and 
atmadaat sapply for business or traveling use, very comfort- 
abas, lasting, and c beat. 
■Bjfca PRATHER. SMITH, A CO. 



...3. S. KAUTIK. 



^ukiirob a. rsM 



More New Geo is. 




purehi 

s of eomcstic goods was never so complete. Wehavtoe 
m m4 — 

Moaaes Bleached Cottons, N. Y. milts and other brands; 
* 4W Bleached and unbl.ached Sheetiags, all widths; 
2 da Pillow C ttons: 



6 bales OsnaLurgs and heavy and light brown Cottons; 

4 do Blenched and brown Cotton Flannels; 



0 cast* 'ortri r 
la fact, a full sol c 
domes tie iino 



it of 



i Mas 



WtUH joet opened a splendid stock of 
main « r.tiqut pU'd, and faney Silksof all 
cite tbe attattion of the ladies to aa inspect 



SILKS AND OTHER DRESS GOODS. 

plain, striped 
colors. Wein- 
i inspect on of them. 
FffARrS AND SHAWLS. 
Of the choices: colors and styles, BrooV and Stella wool. 
EMBROIDERIES. 
A fall assortment of Lace, Muslin. Jaeoaetand Liat*| 
SBat. Cottars, Sleeves, Skirts, Bands, Flounoings, Dimity. 
MOURNING GOODS, 
la tkic eepartaaeat w. are now very eompleU, and every 
article needed oan be f ■ una with us. 
•ruele necu gjROBINSON. MARTIN. A CO., 
»|4Ak fSFoartlietrect. 



ties corner Market and Fourth ate. 

Whale boas Skirts; 

i and Whalebone Skirts ; 
e ■andkerohiefs.embr d Iaee l e— (aeer). 

Silk Robes, colored Beaaoec; 
_ sarh SerderedBaawl* (new)j 
aadfwsa iliwVf f f ajm 




Political Mpp cf the United States. 

VTATIONAI, Political M ap o? the U ait'd ^tats'; a Political 
IN i>i££r;<ni showiig thf ctia' fes in rel-itive rack a* to pup- 
■laiiesj of the aevarai ■ tales f or 60 year*. Prico25c 
R cei«edandforsaleby F. A ( RUMP, 

84Fourthst.. nearMarkot 



a a. «ob:hsos ».z. mabtiw c. b. teuton. 

86 FOURTH STREET. 

acbiD&on, Martin. & Co.'s Fall Goods. 

WE have now in store one n* the most compete and desi- 
rable stooksof DRY GOODS th»t we haveeveropentd, 
purchased a'ith peculiar care as to variety, quality, and 
cheapness of price. We are prepared to oflJr tbe following 
artioles at Very lov figures: 

Super plain and fijured DeLaincs: 

Extra qualities of plain, striped, figured, and satin faced 

French Merinoes; 
Flcsant striped, plain, and Moire Silks; 
Embroidtriedef every description and style; 
Super all wool Union Plaids for children. 

DOMKSTICS. 
8-4.6-4. 10-4, and 12 4 bleached and brown Sheetings; 
Pillow Cottons and Shirtings of super brands; 
Plaid Cottons fer Servants, 
Crash: Towe lings Diapers; Ticking' Checks; 
Flannels; De Laines; Calicoes, Drillings. 

CLOARS, SCARFS, AND SHAWLS. 
A beautiful as.ortmcnt of them now on hand, which we are 
prepared to oner low. 

SERVANTS' WEAR. 
Heavy Jeans, Linseys, Plaid Cot or.s, Osnaburgs, Brown 
Cottons, stockings. Yarns, Cassinettes, Fulled tloth. Ae. 

nt in 

CO. 



cottons, riocsiDitB, i arns, Linmeiwi, louta vnm, 
In a word, we are prepared o jffer a complete assortment 
every line, and at such prices as will meet with approval 
s20jAb ROBINSON. MARTIN. A Ct 



B 



AY RUM— A superior quality of French's Bay Rum for 
sale at isl8jAb] RINGGOLD'S Drugstore. 



EAU LUSTRALE HAIR RESTORATIVE— This is deoi- 
dedly the best article for removing dandruff and keeping 
the hair ssft and glossy. Prepared and sola by 

R. h. RINGGOLD. Druggist, 
Under thi Nationsl Hotol, 



s!8j*b 



IF. 



AIR BRUSH Ek — Just received a large assortment of 
splendid Hair Brnshes, English, French, and American, 
and forsala at reduced prices by 

R. S. RINGGOLD, Druggist, 
s!8jAb Under ths National Hotel, Fourth st. 



TJAZORS-A supply of Wos 
it ceived and for sale by^ 



■18 JAB 



tenhelm's splendid Razors re- 

RINGGOLD, Druggist. 
Under the National Hotel, 
Fourth St., near Main. 



Magazines for October. 

rtODEY'S Lady's Book and Graham's Magaiine forOoto- 
VT ber just received and tor sale by F. A. CRUMP, 
sl7 b*j 84 Fourth street, near Market. 



A PPLETON'S RAILWAY AND STEAM NAVIGATION 
GUIDE.— We have just received a f«w copies of this 
useful little meu tbly for September. 

WEBB, GILL, A LEVERING, 
Sl6jAbd*wj No 521 Main st. 



Low Priced Piano-Fortes. 

To these wanting agcod Piano at a price 
lower than ever before known in this oity 
we offer inducements that oannot tailof be 
i « cm ex cj ing satisfactory. 
Our siock at present coo&itts of 20 first class instruments 
in prices ranging f ro"> $a>n to $600. embracing every deaira 
ble style of 6*. a'*, 6*, and 7 octave 

Ev^ry instrument we sell can b» relied noon as represent- 
ed. BliAINARD BROTHERS, 
sl6 j Ab 71 Fourth st, uoder National Hotel 



New Books. 

\1TE have just reeeivedthe following very interesting new 
TT books, some of them from the pens of the first authors: 
Callista, a Sketch of the Third Centt r^, by the Rev John 
Henry Newman, D. D., Rector of the Catholic University, 

The Story of tbe War in I. » Vendee, and the Little Chou- 
armeree. by Geo J. Hill, M. A. 75 cents. 

History of the Missions in Japan and Paraguay, byCeeilia 
Mary Caddell. 65 cents. 

Tales and Legends from Hiitjry. 65 cents. 

The Knout, a Tale of Poland; translated from trft French by 
Mrs J.Sadlier. » cents. 

Short Tales and ParaBles for Little Children, by C. Von 
Schmid. 40 cents. 

Little Joseph, or the Young Savoyard, and other Tales. 40 
cents. 

The Miner's Daughter, a Catholic Tale; the Lost Gencveffa, 
and the Boyhood of Great Painters. 40ccntaeaeh. 

TheBalUdsof Inland, collected and edited by Edward 
Hayes. 2 vols. Price $1 25. 

FaMesin England I'ranoe, Italy, and Ireland, by ReT. 
George Fnxcruft Ha-kius. 6Ueents. 

Life of Napoleon the Third. SI. 



tlfji . ikm 



WEBB, GILL, A LEVERING, 

No.5il Mainstret. 



App>eton's Railway Guide. 

APPLETON'S RAILWAY AND STEAM NAVIGATION 
GUIDE, FOR THE UNITEO STATES AND THE 
Canadas, containins the tiin! tables, fares, eaMeetaaaa, 
*vii di>tan:ts on all the Railways of the U. a. and the 
Canadas Also the tcnnectiog lines e< Railways, Steam- 
boats, and Stages Each principal Road is fully 'elin- 
eated and Utu trated by a separate map: also a general 
SUamboat Directory, daily aaulags of all the Stcamboita 
Quru g the morrth, to and fn m every p rt thr.ugbout the U. 
s. Complete Guide to the \. incipal Hotels, Ac, Ac Price 
25ots. Kecoivedandfor sale by F. A CRUMP. 

s!5jAb 84 F ,urths\.,nenr Market. 



A FULL ASSORTMENT OF 

STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS 

Can now be found at 

ROBINSON. MARTIN, &. CO.'S, 

06 FOURTH STREET. 
YTTF are now in receipt of a complete aud rich assortment of 
VT Fall and Winter DRY GOOD?, which we are prepared 
to offer at the lowest prices, and to which we invite the atten- 
tion of purchasers— 

Dres6 Silks of every variety and color: 
Super plain, figured, and sriped De Laines- 
Satin faced, figured, spotted, and plain Merinoes; 
Rich Gala and Merino Plaids; 
French and English chintzes and . 
Csssimeres and Satinets 
Plaid, bgurtd, and plain Flannels, all colors; 
Cottons, bleached aud br mn, of all kindi; 
Bleached and brown Canton Flannels, all widths: 

■USIttja M A f>h*„l, a .ll.«J... 



Tickings and Checks, all grades; 
Moreen for Skirts, ei 
Cloaking Cloths, all 



ts, every shade and quality; 



IteSl 

foarfs. Flannels, and Shawls; 
Embroideries of every description; 
New Patent Skirts, Quilted Skirts, and Hoons- 
Hosiery; K.d and other Gloves, best make! * ' 
We invite attention to our assortment sf Shawls. 

ROBINSON, MARTIN. A CO., 
96 Fourth 



sl.ljtb 



VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS — A large stock of 
Strings for every instrument for sale atgreatly reduced 
prices, wholesale and retail. 6 1 

.„ . . . D P. F Al'LDS. 539 Main street, 
'^J* 0 Ofponte the Bank of Kentooky. 



vv 

A; 

maticallL 



WATCHES, JEWELRY. &c. 

FLETCHER A B' NNBTT, No. 48S Main 
street, between Fourth and Fifth, Louisville, doal- 
ers in fine Watches, Jewelrv. Silver Ware, Milita- 
ry Goods, Cutlery, Surveyors' Compasses, Mathe- 
— Instruments, Lamrs. and Fanov Goods, have now on 
hand an extensive and beautiful assortment cf goods, to 
which they will be constantly making additions of every- 
thing new and fashionable, and respeotf ully solioit an exam- 
ination of their stock. 
4»-Wa*ches and Jewelry carefully repairs d. 
AbafOld Silver bought or taken in exehange. 
^"California Gold bought at the highest price 
Aaenti for the sa.eof Fife's Patent Oblique Gold Pens and 
Rapp's Patent Scientific Niche Gold Pens, 
sep 13 dlwa-b 



Great Bargains in Fine Dry Goods. 

BENT A DUVALL will from this date exhibit, upon their 
("heap Counter, a portion of their remaining stock of 
FINE DRY GOODS, at groatly reduced prioes in the follow- 
ing: A large stock of $1 25 Silks for SI Scotch Lawns and 
Muslins worth 25 cents for 15, elored Silk Mant). sat one- 
half their value; with many other useful and eleaant goods at 
greatly reduced prices. BENT A DUVALL, 

sl3jAb S37 Main street, Louisville, Ky. 



SURVEYORS' COMPASSES, LEVELING INSTRU- 
ments, Transits, Land Chains, Mathematical Instru- 
ments, Spy Glasses. Pocket Compasses, Thermometers, Mag- 
nifying Glasses, Ac. for ale by 
Sep iSdtwAk FLETCHER A BENNKTT. 483 Main st. 



* SILVER-WARE — We have now on hand asplendid 
stock of Silver-Ware, consisting of Tea-sets, Pitchers, 
Goblets. Cups, Batter Coolers, Wait «rs, Castors, <pooas, 
Forks, I, ail e, Fruit Knives, Pie Rmves, Saltcel- 
lars, lee Tongs, Crumb Scrapers, Nut Picks, Ac, all of 
which we warrant pure silver and offer at the lowest prioes. 
ssplStfcwAh FLKTCHKR A RENNET P, 463 Main St. 



°sep 13 dfcwA* FLETCHER A BENNETT. 463 Main st. 



FRENCH ACCORDEONS-A largs stock of the beat 
French Aeoordeons for sale oheap whole.ale and rrtai I. 
stSjAb D. P. FAULDS, 539 Main strset. 



To the Ladies 

TUST received at 98 Fourth street he ltrgctand choicest 
•J assortment cf BASKETS and WILLOW WARB ever 
brought to this market Ladieswillriad among them the fa- 
vorite st» lea of Berlin Baskets, so muoh adqairedfor eauty 
and convenience, with man v new st> les. The etook m bra- 
ces all varieties of Work, Trave'ing, School, Mark ,and 
Fancy Baskets. 
Slljtb W. W. TALBOT. 9* Fourth st 



WILLOW WORC-STlNDS— A froshsapply of these use- 
fnlartioles, in fancy colors, bronss Ac , lust opened at 
•lljkb W. W T A I BOT'S. OH Fonrthst 



PAY UP! PAY UP!! 

ALL city accounts due te the late Bra of POLLARD. 
PR AT H E t, A SMITH will be put Into the hands ef a 
collector, ualess paid ia tsa days, 
slljkb PRATHER. SMITH. A CO. 



|jl vMCY GOOD M FAWCT QOOD»!-WlU be ep.a i. a fcej 
H days aecmec let ef erUslee ia^thislU^at _ 



Blank Book Manufactory and General 
BlndlnR Establishment. 

Jgtm WE3B, GILL, A LEVERING, No. S2i 
Mein itreet, .outh side, three doorc below 
Tliird .manufaetur. all kiodacf Blank Cooks, 
aud keep constantly on hand a largeassort- 
mem for saleeithcr at wholesalrorretail 

Merchants and ethers wishin:. Blank Books madeto^rdet 
can Havcthen ruled and bound to anypattcrcanapaged in 
hBMMdfal and accuratrstyle 

Every description of Book-Bin dinrexecutei apoarcasona- 
blr terms. 

SteamboatBoo' sof allkindsconstactly kept onhandand 
made to order at short notice of ths. ti nest materials. 

Country Merchants are invited to examine our stock, com- 
prising alarge assortment of Se jool, Miscellaneous * nd Blank 
Books, Paper. Stationery- Ac. all of which will besoldon 
reaBonableterms WEBB, GILL, A LEVERING, 

sep 29 1* wj*> Rnnksellersand Blank Book Makers 



Decorated, Gold Band, and White 
French China juat received at 
HOOE & LUCKETTS. 



WF. are just in receipt and are now opening 
a large and beautiful s ock of the above-men- 
tioned goods for our fall trade, consisting in 
rart as follows: 
Very rich Decorated Dinner Seta. 

Do Gold Band Sets, from 150 to 
Plain white Dining Sets, all sizes; 
Very handsome Decorated Tea Sets, from 44 to 84 pieces; 

Do Gold Band do, do do; 

Larre stock of plain white Tea Sets, all sixes; 
Large assortment of gold band and plain whiteSoup Tureens, 
Sauce Tureens, Sauce Boats oval covered Dishes, deep l ishes, 
flat Dishes Dining, Breakfast, Tea, and De'sert P'ates, 
Pitchers of a 1 sixes together with Tea and Coffee Cups, all 
of which we can sell in lots to suit purchasers. 

These, toge her w ; th a large stock of fancy artioles of 
every description, we are offering at extremely low prices, 
aud would invite the attention of purchasers before making 
their selections elsewhere, believing we can off r superior in- 
ducements. HOOE A LUCKETT, No 401 Market at., 
s27jAb between Third and Fourth. 



fjpiN_BIRD CAGES at 



s27j*b 



TALBOT'S, 9R Fourth st. 



rNE COMBS AND BRUSHES at 
s27jAb TAL 



TALBOT'S, 98 Fourth st. 



27JAb 



AN ?aT« S ) 



TjlANCY 
F s27 



s27 jAb 



VI ARRET BASKETS-40 nests at 
iVls27jAb TALBOT'S.! 



CANE CHAIRS at 
s*7 



iV7jAb 



TALBOT'S. 98 Fourthst. 



gCH< OL SATCHELS at 



s27j*b 



TALBOT'S. 9* Fourthst. 



DRESSED AND UNDRESSED DOLLS at 
s27jAb 



TALBOT'S. 9S Fourthst 



c 



HINA, WAX, AND PAPER DOLL HEADS at 
t.27 jfcb TALBOT'S, 98 Fourth st 



c 



HINESE RAZORS- Another supply cf these inimitablo 
Razors, also Kmraeraon's and Saunders's Straps and fine 
Shaving Soaps just cpsntd at 
s27jAb TALBOT'S, 98 Fourth st. 



SLEEVE BUTTONS— New styles just opened s 
JAMES I. LEMON'S, 



sT jtb 



*»5 Main it., between Second and Third. 



PIANO-FORTE"— An elegant stock of 
| Piano-Fortesf or sale low bv 

D. P. FAULDS, 530 Main street, 
s'Jt'itb Opposite the Bank of Ky. 



I) 



RUMS. BANJOS, AND TAM BCKINES — A large stock 
of theabove instruments for sale cheap, wholesaleand 
'by [s26j*b] D. P. FAULDS, 539 Main street. 



Hats and Caps. 

PRATHER, SMITH, A CO., No. 455 Main 
^■f street (sucoii-sora to Pollard. Prather, A 1 
aJSV Smith V have new in store a large and com- 
"^a plete stock of every description of goods in 
the Hat and Cap line, manufactured expressly for the West- 
ern and Southern markets Cash or prtmpt paying dealers 
will bud it to their interest to examine our stock, 
s * jAb 



1/ u in MODEL DRESS HATS, Louisville fall style, to 
,VM f\J be had only at 455 Main street, at 



CRATH ER. SMITH A CO.'S. 



21 U ii 1 SETS LADIES' FURS at low and high prices, 
\J but all cheat) for cash, at 
S25j*i> PRATHER. SMITH, A CO.'S. 



9Q s0f "? II ATS, endless styles and various col- 

-s25 j.»b 



ors, for men and boys, at 

PRATHER. SMITH. A CO 'S. 



000 0Ar % 01 



s25jAb 



, boys, and ohildren, at 

PRATHEk, SMITH, A CO.'S. 



3 000 M0L!:S,iIN AND SILR HATS.variouestylea, 
o25 Ab PRATHER, SMITH, A CO.'S. 



IOLINS! VIOLINS!!— 60 dozen Italian, French, and 
German Violina for sale, wholesale and retail, f.-omS6 
to SI i'0 per dozen. 
s25i.tb D P. FAULDS. 539 Mainstreet. 



ST. chari.es restaurant, 

Corner of Fifth and Main streets. 

OYSTERS in th^ shell, fresh and fat just received fiom 
New York per express. Also all kinds of Game can at 
anytime be procured or served up to order 
sl2btf CO. RUEFER, 

N.B I have arrangements made by which I willbeinre- 
ceiptdailycf Prairie Chickens. All orders for them attend- 
ed to promptly. s'?6 bAj 



s2ljAb 



BUILDERS' HARDWARE AND 
MECHAN ICS' TOOLS-A good assort- 
ment or the Jat.st style wholesale and 

A "sTcBRIDE. 



^ FINE TABLE AND POCKET CUTLE- 
^^^»wh ry: Scissors: Shears. Sad-irons Waiters rod 
^f^^CX Tea Trays Plated. Brass, and Britannia 
Candlesticks Plated, Britannia, acd Tinned 
Sr '^^^ Table, Tea, a d Dessert Spoons Forks; La- 
dles Mustard, Salt, and Sugar Spoons and Shovels; Brushes 
and Blacking one and eightday Clocks: small Brass Pul- 
leys; Hooks aud Rings for Musketo Bars and Curtains; and 
ageneralassortmentof Family Hardware, wholesale and re- 
tail, at 69 fhirdstreet. s23jAb 



A. McURlDE. 



WINDOW-GLASS— In addition to my general assortment 
of Hardware and Cutlery. I now keep a good assort- 
ment of first quality of Window Glass, all sixes, at 89 Third 
street. s23>*b A. McBRIDE. 



Bay State and other Woolen Shawls, 

CHEAP CLOAKS, and NEW STYLE FALL WRAPPINGS 

A large stoekjust received at 
BENT * MTVAIaUer; 5B7 Main aires* 

WE are just in reeeipt of every variety of tbe above su 
perb goods, embracing n-iw styles for Ladies', Misses', 
and Children's fall Wrappings, for sale low by 
s24 jAb BENT A DUVALL, 537 Main at. 




823 jAb 



PORTABLE 

FOH.GE 

BELLOWS 

roR 

Blacksmiths, Copper- 
smiths, Plantations, 
Railroads, Steam- 
boats, Quarries, 

Together with "all kinds of 
MECHANICS-TOOLS, 

FOR SALE BT 

A. McBRIDE. 69 Third st. 



P*ris Dress Trimmings. 

DURKEE, HEATH, A lO have just received their im 
mense stock of Fall and Winter Dress and Cloak Trim- 
mings, directly of their own importations, which embrace 



:Very novelty in s'yle and oolor to be found among the fash- 
ions of Europ. ; and weinvite the special inspection of cus- 
tomers to our varied assortment — 
Ombre Moire Antique, in all colors; 
Moss Trimmings, do do; 

Paiit Fringes, in colnrsaad black; 
Bugle Fringe- and Bugle I, ices, very rich; 
Velvet Head Trimmiuss and Ga'.oons, in 
Black and colored Poft" Trimreinrs: 
Bonnet Ribboi.sand Ribbon Beltings; 

Ladies' and Misses' Hoop Skirts of an entirely new stylo 

mad" fr m our own designs; 
Ladies' and Genu' and Misses' aad Boys' Silk and Merinc 

Underwear: 
Silk and Merino Hosiery of all kinds: 

Withahoatof other very dosirable goods not meationedin 
this. 

Restbrandsof American Prints sold the season through a' 
10 cents a yard 

DURKEE, HEATH. A CO., 107 Fourth St. 
s22dAwjtb b tweeo Market and Jefferson. 



New Books! New Books at Ringgold's 

A NEW Boov by tne author of P,g Wofflngtoa, Christie 
f\ Johnson 



Dai«y Chain, 
ase. Ae 



o* by tne author of P,g Wofflngtoa, 
Ao.-Nevertoo Late to Vend, 
i.byth, authorof Heir of Reielifle, 



\A 00 L. COT10N , AND HORSE C A RD S ''T**'**"? .„ 
V\' n <j«h J*S B ,I.A. fill rRw'5 



TUE HI'L-Or' TffE sHAT .MUO— The Bills of the 
S^atemii'.^v Bisa Warstar, Aatkasj of ifcj "Hue. Wide 
World" Priee %\ SB. Jns-. receivd and for sale by 
o7 jAb A DA Vtm * * . Third «t . nesr Market . 



DR K\NB'S AilC TIC FX"EDITI N -Arctic Exp kra 
lions in the yci 
Kine, v..D . U.S N 



sale bv 



years 1851, 54. and 5.'. by Elisha n.eat 
".. 2v,ls. Prioe *5. Received ard for 
[•7 JskBsj A DaVID.-ON. 



Tha Bills ct the Shatemuc. 

rPHR Hill< of the Sliatemuo. by aiis Warner, authir of 
1 the "* iJe, Wide Woild," Price $1 25. Received and 

"oVith J F. V ADDEN, 101 Third st., near Poet-Office 



THS CARPET AND HOUSE FUR 

NI3HIKG WAREHOUSE, 
No. 537 Main street, opposite Bank of Ky. 
BENT & DUVALL 

ARE now in receipt, by late arrivals, of a large and beau- 
tifulaasortmemcf new 

CARPBTINGS, 
Most of which art the English manufaotared.aad In rich 
patterns- 
Superb Medallion £ax~ny Velvet: 
Do Kidderminister Saxony Velvets; 
Do Patent do; 
Do Kidderminister Brussels do; 
Do Patent Mosaic do Tapestry; 
Do do Printed do d»; 
Do 4-4 Brussels do; 
Do 1-4 Tapestry with 
MOSAIC AND TURKISH RUGS, 
in all olors aad designs harmonizing perfectly. Also, 
handsome Tufted. Velvet, and Chenille Rugs ia colors suited 
to the many and b.-autiful patterns of 

INGRAIN CARPETINGS, 
Imperial English and American 3- ply; 
Do do do 2 ply: 

Superfine and medium, and all the different grades belong- 
ing to this olass of Carpeting of the most excellent styles, 
durable colors, and superior quality. 

In calling attention to the opening -.r oar large and exten- 
sive stock of Capetings and Furnishing Goods for tbe Fall 
Season, we can safely say to our friund as wall ae purchasers 
generally, that, at no time during t^e season will our stock 
failtokcompletein all its branches, and that our prioes 
for the goods shall not only be at low as in this market, but 
ia that of any of the Eastern oitios. 

BENT A DUVALL. 
o7jkb SS7 Main St., between Secon d and Third . 



Something Interesting to Gentlemen. 

DURKEE, HEATH, A CO. take great pleasare ia ealling 
the attention of gentlemen in Louisville and th* sur- 
rounding oonntry to thcr splendid assortment of Freneh 
Cassimeres, Vestlngs, Coatings, and Underwearof every de- 
scription. We assure our friends wo will show t em the 
handsomest ttoek of Cassimeres and Vcitings to be found in 
the city, and at a saving of from S3 to S5 on a pattern— 
11 1) pxtterne fancy Casiimerea aod French Cloths: 
1(0 do Silk Velvet and Plush Vestings; 
70 pieoes fine French black Cassi meres 
Black, brewn, olive, and other colors of ths best makes of 

Clctbs imported: 
Merino, Silk, Cotton, and Lisle Thread Shirts and Draw- 
era for Gents, as well aa all varietes of Gloves, Hand- 
kereh efs Ae. 
Also, Ladies' Underwearof every description. 
300 more Bay State Shawl-i just received. 
100 Gents' Traveling Shaals much cheaper than can 
bought elsewhere. 
10 cases Prints just opened at and l«eents. 
New styles of Velvet Cloaks, a so toe riehsst things 
Silks and Silk Robes, just in bythe last steamer. 

DURKEE. HEATH, *^>- 



oet6 ltwjkb 107 Fourth St.. bet Ma 



D 



R. KANE'S ARCTIC EXPLORATIONS. 
1 copies received this day by 
06 jAh 



'ketandJe 



— 



C. H AO AN A CO. 



mHE HILLS OF THE SHATEMUC, bythe 

Price $125. For sale by 



1 ' Wide, Wide World 
06 jtb 



rthe authorof the 



C. HAQAN « CO. 



ALMANACS FOR 1S57 
20 gross Hacerstoi 
20 do West-rn Far 
Received and for *ale by 
cCjkb 



C. IIACAN A CO. 



New Books! New Books! at Ringgold's. 

ANEW Bo'.k by the authorof "The Wido.Wids World:' 
Hills of the Sdatemuc, by Mus Warner. 
Magdalene Hepburn, by the author of "Zaidee." 
Household Mysteries, by Littie Pcttit. 
Sinai and P-lestine. by Stanley. 
KnigMs and their Days, by Dcr in. 
Life of Pri ee Talleyrand, by Charles R. McHarg. 
Treasons of the Old Chest, by Aunt Elizabeth. 
Never too Lat<* to Mend, by Reads. 

Oliver Cromwell, England's Great Proteetcr by Herbert. 
For sale by S. RINGGOLD, 

ofijth 66 Fourth street star Mais. 



New and Interesting Books. 

WALTER Binuey, the Adopted Son. 50c. 
The Life of t aptain Headloy Vicars. 75e. 
The Mar'yr of Sumatra, a Memoir of Henry Lyman $1. 
Tales of s w, den and the N'rsenen 75c. 
Africa's MountainValley , or the Chureh in Regent'sTown, 
West Africa, by the author >f Ministoring Children. 6 c 

Trade and Letters, thjir Journeytngs round the World, by 
W A. Seott, D. D , San Fra-cisc ). 
Jacobus' Votes on John's Gospel. !2tio. 75e. 
Raott'a. Henry's. Pool's. Clam's Barnes's, anl Compre- 
hensive Commentaries on the >oriptures 

ool Boo-s, Blank Books, Hymn Books, and Prayer 



Books in great variety. 
For iate by 
oSJtb 



A. DAVIDSON, 
Thirdst.. ne 



LOOK HERE! 

NEW GOODS AT HOOK k LUCiETT'S. 

agsMO We hive ju»t opened a large and desirable in- 
sjew voiced HOUSE FURNISHING GO< DS. con 
sitting as follows: Large lot of Waiters fr m 

^ m 12 to 30 inch. Knife Trays; Knife Boxes Wal- 
ton's enameled Sauoe-Pana; Fire-Irons, all prices; Fire 
Standards; fancy Hearth Bi usees; Britannia and brass hop- 
per Mills. 2, 3, and 4 pint oval Coffee Biggins (French): oc- 
tagon Tea and Coffee Pors, with and without filterers. Plan- 
ished Sauce- Pans: Jelly Molds: Nurte Lamps Iron and 
Brass Candlesticks spoon shaped Fgg Whips. Nutmeg Cra- 
ters; round Biscuit Pans; Nut Cracks, Nut Picks: Brass and 
Plated Snuffers. Brass Bells; FUor Dredgers, steel Cake 
Turners; Pepper Boxes; Britannia Ladles Grass, Shaker, 
Oil-Cloth, and Manilla T»ble Mats; Match Safes: Tea and 
Coffkt Canisters; Cigar Lamps Britannia and heavy Silver 
plated Castors: Britannia Tea and Ta>le Spoons; Crumb 
Brashes, Britannia Cups; Japaned Candlesticks; Feather 
Dustsrs; Shaker Reels; Saw Knives: rimmed and plain Co- 
ooa Dippers; ivory handled Knives and Forks. These, to- 
gether with a Urgestook of t rench China.Glass, andQncene- 
ware, we aie offering cheap. 

Housekeepers would do well to give us a eall before purcha- 
sing elrewi ere. HOOE A LUCKETT, 

No. 461 Market it. , southside, between Third and Fourth. 

eijfth 



Hearts 

The"wife's Trials, by the anthorof the Jealous Wi ft. 
Ot'ver C-omwell Eairland s Great Protector.by the author 
of Hen'y VIII and his Six Wives. 
It vint 'e Life of Washing'oa 
L f e f 'ihard fillnnre. by W L Barre 
P/litlcal Manuvl— Deelara icnof Independence, Constitu- 
tion of the United States, and Washington's Farewell Ad 
dr ss. 

Fer sale by 8. RINGGOLD. 

gj j*b 66 Foarth st.. near Main. 



Harper for October. 

HARPERS MAGAZINE for October Just received and 
for sale by r. A. CRUMP, 

sSO jAb B« Fourth st., near Market. 



Kane's Arctic Explorations. 

THESE'ONDGKINNELL EXPEDITION IN SEARCH 
of Sir John Franklin, in the years iSf 3. '.'4. and '55. by 
Elisha Kent Kaaa, M D.,U. S. N : being a Personal Narra- 
tive, and con aining an account of his Important Discove- 
ries and Perilous adventures of his Party and the Thrilling 
Incidents c mneeted therewith. Price (5. A few conies 
jus,' received acd for sale by 

WEBB. GILL, A LEVERING, 
set 1 dlwja-e 621 Main street. 



Rich Staple and FancyDry Goods, 

_ CARPETS, FLOOR OIL-CLOTHS (all widths), 

Rich Curtain Gtoods with Trimmings to 



Large and complete stock now In store 

At BENT & DUVALL'S, 537 Main street. 

WE invite the special attention of purchasers to our large 
and varied stoek of goods in the above line, confident it 
will be found equal in point of variety elegance, and cheap 
nesstoanyinthe Union. Conducting three distinct branch 
es of business in our warehouse enables us to offer additional 
inducements in the prices of our gieds in etch department 
As we are pleased at all times to exhibit our goods, we take 
pleasure in invi Ug all to an examination ef our stock 

BENT A DUVALL, 
s29)Ab OppesiteBankof Ken'uoky 

FOURTH STREET. It7 



107 



New S1115L 



DURKEE, nE.VTH. A CO. have just opened the choieect 
assortment of Silks, Embroideries, Shawls, and many 
other desirable goods of sny importation received iathis 
eitv. Among these goods may be found maay styles con- 
troll" din this market oy ourselves, which eannot be found 
in any other house in this eity — 

106 patterns el-gant fancy Silks, new styles; 
211 do superb black brocane Silts; 
100 pieees p'ain black Silks, all qualities; 

All colors in plain Poult de Soic Silkf; 
80 pieces Worsted Dametks for Curtains; 
100 do Carpets jnstreoeived, embracing allthc recent 

styles and vtrieus qualities; 
500 Bay State Long -bawls; 
100 do do Square do; 

Misses' Square Shawls and Hoop Skirts; 
10 pieces plaid and striped Mourning Silks; 
Valenciennes fer Mourning Oeodi; 
Lace Berthes Collars, and Sleeves: 
I0O pi cos French Merinoes at 7* eents a yard; 
lfMr do English do at 25 seat a yard; 
6 do Wide Oilcloths, new patteros. 

DURKEE HEATH, A CO.. 
sep fdjkhAwj 107 Fourthst .bet Market spH Jefferson . 



! New Bocks! 
FOR SALE BY A. DAVIDSON. 

HUMAN PHVSIOLOGYortheMfe of Maa, by John Wm. 
Draper, M D., ; L D Price $4. 
Saratoga, a St'ry of 17!-9. Priee SI 25. 
The Life and Publlo Serviees of Millard Fillcaors, ky W. 
L. Barre. of Kentucky. PrieeBl- 

Tbe Life and Adventares of Jsmes P. Bcekwourtk, the 
Mountaineer, Seout, and Pioaecr, with illustrations, ky T 
0 Bonner. Price SI 25. 

The O d Regime and the Revolution, by Alexia De Toeque- 
ville. PrieeBl. 

Household Mysteries, a Romance ef Southern Life, ky 
Liscie Petit authorof Ligh'. and Darkaece. PrieeBl. 

The Hallig or the Sheepfold in the Waters, by Mrs. Gee. 
P. Marsh. PrieeBl 



Fever and Ague. 

A RE you sufferiaa from tl.i.d.ctressiLg ma »dyf Use DR. 

-9L SHALLE-N iERCtP.> Ilt.i-> asB te ccrcd at once. 
If you doubt, go to the acant and get a patr.pt. et, ia which 
you will hnd testimony in abundance aud ft u a class of 
persons who nev.r permit their names to be used in connec- 
tion ** i'h second-rate rre>* icine*. 

Ask for IX. SH A i.I. KNBBRGER'S FEVFR AND J 
ANTIDOI E, and see that you gt t PI LI 8. A dose every I 
day* is all yon will need, and in so cast »U1 the a 
ohill occur after commencing ttu medicine. 

THE ORIGINAL AND O^LY CENUINE 

Antidote for Malaria. 

A.T 3 H ALLEN BERG ER A CO., Prop r 

Sold by Bell, Talbot.ACo.. Marketst 
er A Co., Main street, Louisville, Ky. 

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cunncc- 

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ON THE GUITAR, fl 

SINGING by 
d4bly 350 Green, a few d 
**-Terme moderate. 



No. 119 FOURTH STREET No. 121 

Great Attraction: 

LARGE NEW STOCK ARRIVED 

OF 

**T.% PIiR AMD FANCY PPENCH CHINA. BOHE- 
MIA \ A\l» HH.I.IW UU AhMWAKK. IN 
blUAti CHIAA, t Mi COskMON HAKTHI 
WABK 

JT A. JAEGER If CO> 
Direct " 

Nos. 119 and 121 Fourth street, Moxart Building. 
r» We beg leave to inform the ladiee of Ltm- 
L 4fc, isvilie and vicinity aad country saarecaats 
that we import nor goodc direct from the 
manufacturers m Eun |>e, which enables ns 
to compete with any .ither hoase ia this eity or 
Eastern States. Persons in want of new aad beautiful 
styles of goods may secure great ba< gains by calling < n ne bc- 
*->re purchasing eisawh.re. Onr atook is ths " 



feted in this market, comprising — 
rUchly decorated, gilt, aad plaia white Dinrag and T gk 

Sets; T 
Richly decorated and gilt Break fast Toilet Se's; 
Richly gilt Shell Goods in great variety, vie: Vases, Mugs, 

Cologaes, Powder-Boxes, Jewelry Cases, Holy Waters, 

Ae.: 

Rich Pariaa Marble Figures, Vases, Cigar Stands, Ac; 
Richly eutengraved and plain Bohemian Glassware; 
Fine ivory Lottery. Silver-plated Goods, Waiters, aad 

Lamps. 

Fine Belcisa and Amerioaa Glassware, Iren-Stone aad 

oommonChiaa, and House Furnishing Gocdsgenerally. 
Pleaseoall at A. JAEGER A CO.'S, 

eSOb Nos. 119andl2l Fourthst ,r 



r'orth of Dry 
and Honse Furnishing 

NOW IN STORE AND FOR SALE AT T 

CASH PRICES. 
-AH PAIR Bed Blankets just opened; 
tJUU Children's Cnb do. 
Negro Blanltete in large quantit : es; 
1 ODO p-eees best brands American Print* j« 

for sale at 10 cents a yard; 
1 UK) pieces Prints at S u cents: 

Wool Flannels in all colors from 25 eents a yard to a 10-4 

Flannel in « hi to and gn- : 
Daily arrivilsof the latest stvles of Paris CUaks: 

Do do of every style aad qualitv of rieh Silks; 
1,000 pieces Carp ta Bow in store, embracing all 

makes of English and American goods, from a 

vet to a co t»a chain: 
100 pair Lace Curtains, ail styles sad qualities; 
All styles cf Broeatelles. Satin de Laines, aad — 

asks with Cornices and Fixtures 
Linen and Cotton Sheetings of all w d'hs: 
Pillow Linens aad Cottons. Table Linens, Towels, Napkins, 

and W i de Cloths; 
With everv other artiole to be found ia rur liae of basinesc; 
which will be sold at one price_and no deviation. 

lOTfo 
oet II dkwjAb 



UICK VEAST at 
oliljAb 



R S. RINQC.OLD'S. 67 Fourth st. 



pOLD CREAM at 
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R. S. RINGGOLD'S. 67 Foarth St. 



Do""*™ 0 



AMANDINE at 
i 



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R. S RINGOOLD'S. 67Foorthst. 



CHARCOAL TOOTH PASTE at 
olOjtb R S RINGGOLD'S, 67 Fourthst. 



'LEGAN T LIP SALVE at 

R. S. 



ELEfiA"* 
olOjAt 



V>")NCINE SOAP at 
17 olOjAb 



R. S. RINGGOLD'S, 67 Fourth st. 



WATCHES— The special attention of those who 
are ia want of fine Timtpii ees is invited te our 
well-selecud stoek of the Beat Engl sh aad Swise 
manufacture, ail warranted For sale at low pri- 
0»j*b JOHN KITTS fc CO , Maia St. 



SILVER- WARE — A large aad beautiful as- 
sortm«n»«f Silver-Ware alwavsoa hand and for 
at the lowest priors for cash. 
10 jAb JOHN KITTs * CO., Main St. 



LUBIN'S EXTRACT* at 
slO j*b R. S. 



BARKERS' SOAP at 
aJSIM 



R. 3. RINGGOLD'S. I 



MASON'S TOOTH POWDER at 
slOjfcb 



R. S. RINGGOLD'S. 67 Fourthst. 



EXTRA F I. OCR— 75 kbls Mehaffy's Double Extra braa. 4 , 
equal to St. Louis, ia sure and for sale by 

H. FERGUSON fc SON. 
olOlfcb Corner Fifth aad Market ste. 



New Books. 

THS Hills of the Shatemuc, by Mrs. Warner, author of 
the Wide, Wide World. Fries $1 25. 
Saratoga, a S ory of 17s7. by Coper. Price SI U. 
Kuigna and their Days, by Dr Deran. PriaeSl iS. 
Evelyn Marston. by tne author of kmelia W yndham. 
The Heiress of Hughton. ae. Prieo5Ha. 
Life of Prince Talleyrand, ky chas. K. McHarg. Price 
$1 25. 

Oliver Cromwell, or England's Great Protector, ky Wm. 

Herbert. Price $1. 

rSS& by Br8mer - ? r ~*"* -7 «wy Hewitt. 

Received and for saleby f. A. CRUMP. 

oOikb Ri Third st„ aear Market. 



Modern Greece, a Narrative 
l.lieTc^y^byH.jryM. 



reB, ky Rsv. J. Oe- 



PRATHER, SMITH, fc CO., 4J5 Mai a 
street, have a large and eompiete et»«k 
of HATS, CAPS, and FI RS maaufac- 
i urf d aad importsd sxpressly for the Ta- 
ta ll trade, we invite every one «| 
iog goods in our Lne to call and examine our sto> k ' 
makiag their puta'iaies elsewhere. c9)l 




Fresh Arrival of Ivory Handled Cutlery 

AT HOOE &. LUCRE IT'S. 

^kwx. <w j„,t received, per Amerieaa Express, a 
"^kw# mm invoice of ver. finoval ivory landed 
C . n ,"L y ' 'TI 11 ? th « °el«»r»t«d mannfactory 
<T ^mmW °' J t»»sell*Ce., oasuistingof Table aad 
r_ , . Deassrt K ives, alao Carvers, Forks, and 

Steels t> mat;h. I a add ition to tho above, we have a lanw 
and desirable stock of common Cutlery. All of which wc ara 
offering at low prices. HOOE * LU. RETT 

1*0-151 Market su, between Third and Fourth, southside. 



JAMES B. SLAUGHTER, 

WHOLESALE and RETAIL 
DEALER IN HARDWARE 
AND CUTLERY, No. 501 




^CALE BEAMS, TEA. TERRAPIN, ROTAKJ, 
J Hatch's Counter Scales, Ac, at 
o* JAb J AS. B SLAUGHTER'S. 



BASING. LINING, FURNISHING, AND BARRE 
J NAILS, all of ths best brands, for s tie by 
o3 j*b JAS. B. SLAUGHTER. 



CARPENTERS' CHALK BALLS AND LINKS. LEAD 
Pencils, Compasses, Draftinr Scales, Ac , forsale at 
" a <* b JAS B. SLAUGHTER'S. 



B 



UILpERS' HARDWARE-* large supply cf every arti- 
cle in this line for sale by 
o8J»» JAS. B. SLtUQHTER. 



p.ARMERSWILL F1NDTHB BESTS H 



Forks, Rakes, Catting- 
kc, alwaye forsale cheap 
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rHB BliSTSHOVBLS.SPADES, 
-Boxes and Knives. Gnadatestea, 



JAS. B. SLA 



CUTLERY— Aa t 
Cutlery just received i 
oSJfcb 



meat of Table aad 1 

for f ale by 

J VS. B SL AUGHT 



VJ 



E('H AN ICS' TOOLS of every 
best quality for 



ad of the 



»»■ B. SLAUGHTER'S. 



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TALLYHO AND OTHER FINE BRANDS OF RAZORS. 
Justreeeived ky 



Splendid Guitars, 



ADEbythe celebrated Martin and Hall * Seas, of atl 
ktyles and silts direct from the raa.afaotarers and for 
sale at lew prices, wholesale and retail, by 

I it sorter aad Deal ° P rAUL3S ' 
08 j*k WBi'.".. k.twUi^d°aad 1 



rs, and for 

lds. mm 

Goodsf^ 
id Third. 



Piano Fortes I Piano- Fortes I 

Another large arrival of beautiful iastru- 
I men's from tbe celebrated aeaafsctories of 
f *i«lnway A Sob, Nouns fc I lark iirevesteoa 
•; Iruelow A.H .Oalc fc Co., aad others ef the 




sat should eall aad see