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office, no. 76, WEST SIDE OF FOURTH STREET, BETWEEN MAIN AND MARKET. 

LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 18 , 1856 . 





MISCELLANEOUS 



DAILY LOUISVILLE TIMES. 



A1ISOEI ,LA NEO US. 

The South Victorious ! 



GROCERIES, &c, 



JEWELRY, &C 



medical. 



HOTELa, Elo 



HENBT HUBTEB 



REMOVAL. 



R. R. R. 

Badway’s Beady Belief 



OWEN’S HOTEL 



BETAlKtOBAliEB Iff 

Choice Family Grocries, 

EATABLES, WINKS, AND LIQUORS, 

CIO* 660 narKet •«., SoatA siae* bet. 

Floyd and Prestoa. 



J. J. HIRSCHBUHL 

Watchmaker, and dealer w 

Jewelry, Clocks and Fancy GoOds. 

NO. 529 MAIN STREET. 

(Soatb Side, second door above Third street.) 

I have remored my More from Thud 
to Ui« akovc tocmoii.wlMar* I uitend 
a fall atsomnent ot hn« AoliL 
Surer Watchea of Uia beat Amcr^ 
lean, Fiiftiat ,nud swi«a make. 

Jewelry of all the lateet atjiea, for both nntlemen and 
ladiea; EaocTGooda; .Music Boxes, of dmerent sixes, — 
Upera (liaises; Spectacles, and C.oeksof all awripuoiu, 
he., he. 

J -ihMI devote my penonal auenuon to the repaiiiaaof 

iValPkoa A ea#vs**seisa<nM,<a #s4 S 



OUR STOCK OP 



46t> MmrkM atrmi, mm deer Jram Third 

X>. 

maiiraCUlHAK or. AND «t’HOK.F* 
•AI.F AND BET All.. DEAl.Ett IN 
ALE K.IMD9 OF 



•‘«*'“>»h"ye protected whole uetcJbeTLie^^iB 
suiMen atucks of rarnf pe^ence, have been teaud and 
tn^ wuh themostaiuoaishinssacceseia the a«t dd- 
cult casn that HMmtal Prmcuce and the pravaleoce at 
Yellow Fever, BUlirHM Fever, BhotteJ few. '^phtu 
Fever, Fneuntoiiia, Cholera, aad Ml other mellcn..at die- 
^en could furuiah, and that, loo, by the moaf ceicbm- 
••d Physiciaiis and .Medical vvrttem in thM country 
've,m*y^me«uon toe naaaeaof Faf e, Btone, 
bamben, brURn. Uopkina. Tad many 
known to the people, and bnne inaiorcd iinek 

tifuw* menTlii in« placee where they live<L 



J 8 now readylbr inspection to the trade. In renatd lo 
quar.tily— we never bad as larfe an assurunent end as 
to quality, our Goods never were made up as well nor at 
penect, nor u tasty as is our present stock. 

VVe have always aimed at perfhciion, as thr at attaina- 
ble, ui the production of our Btock from Season to Sea- 
•i>a-*w iin tbu purpose in view we have eonaidered aeith- 
er to tnniMe,nor expense, and we have now the Mrisfhe- 
lion to asaure our cnsiumers that the 

PIONEKE CLOTHING KSTARLISHMKRT 

wUI afain bear the palm over all ita compciiiors as erer 
bereiotore. But we look iorward to tnia result more con 
fidenUy man ever— the Intrinsic value of umr stock leaves 
nut the shadow of a doubt on our mind. 

Giu prices Me as low, and our lenm, as convenient as 
any Lastern House can olTbr them. We shall be glad at 
all limes to show our stocks to merchants, and would 
advise Uiem lo txamine our stock beloie buying else 
where. 

Keceut eilensivc iraprovenieats in our ebudilishmeni 
will '**“ 'el^olion of goods to 

buyers. LICHTEN, LOBWENTHAl, h. VO., 



W. P. CUKO, 



CURD HOUSE 



Valices, Carpet Ban, 



Bonnet Boxes, 

LADIES' TRUNKS, &C., &C., &C. 



FBBNBUVE8. 

BUNK BUTFUK, or Preserve of Prunes, nice and 
Aesh, imported in sione jars, for sale hjr 

HENRY IIURTKK, 

lyM ddO Maikni M., bat. 



Waicbes. AconunMiKe of xhie 'Strati ^aOdance'ai^ 
PMronage is respectfully sohciiad. 



J. J. HlRaCHBUHL. 



^ Persons dealruns of aBK^^ss 

parehnaing any of iba 

ja^^HH|akpya aruclea will do In 

^Agjjl^^Hnto glvaibUboaaea^BLLuJ 

^■mmPBLaa Uoy aro of Ua bes quality, 
nisueby exp»rtaDeedworkman,and can be bought fO 
p r cwiat. towar than In any other honae in the 
elty. Connuy MerehauUwlilreaiembarthalastmen* 
tooad ivem, 

Thos'-who Tialttha Maehanlea* Institvta Pair, will 
teka notice that tha spaetaiattsaahlbited by 1). O’Hara 
arelheordlaary work orhlaaaUbllahmaut. aaf7 ly 



Hoyd and Praaion. 



UeaT •TKCBT, ■ALTI.'aOBIY' 
CLABAUGH A BAO., PBOPRi-v.v-UsS. 
ILp^mnlbnaoaat all tha Dapota, and BonUM t 
■ypaaaancara to aad froM tha Hoaai. 

icy 8oa>a par .lay B1 M. . Vr v. • 



Jewl^ & Fancy Goods 

J> It, £ST£dEtIs£f 



U'E FLOUR-At 
mjM 

.AT MEAL-At 
tuyat 



IIENKY UUB'rKR’d. 



North west cot. FitUi and Maia'k. 



HENRY lll'RTER’B. 



MISCELLANEOUS 



A LAKi,Ka.ssoruuenlof— 

Merino Shirts and Drawers: 

Woolen do do do; 

(/heck and Hiekory Shirts; 

Flanell I Ini were; 

S^ng Stuck and Ties: 

Woolen CkNururters and Scarfs; 

Aiuencaii aad French suspenders' 

On hand and ottered for sale chean hr ’ 

LICH'rEN, LOEWENTUALkCO., 

. _ ^Ofui-weit cor. of Mainand Finii St. 

INDIA RVBBEk CLOTliiNU AND CARPET^ BAIJA 
■ For sale cheap at 

I.ICHTEN, LOKWKNTII AL k Ci ).. 



K Y K Flour -'Uolwil and unbolted, at 

my»4 HENRY HUB'YER’A 

i^UUP BARLEY— Oourse and fine, mrsale by 
^ myat HFJURY ItURTRR. 



87 FOURTH STREET. 

uAVING taken this well known estabissh- 
.... oMta former 



FAYETTE HOUSE 



New Arrangemeats 



C|w mem, 1 hope to luent ih^aironage 

IHends and customers. My assortment of Jew* 
^^J|elry, Watches; Fancy anJ Toilet Articles, has 
^"^"been well selected, and made of the beat male- 
naU. 

I have aiso on hand the largest and best srlectioo ofEx- 
tracu.Lubin’aVolofne. kc., as well aa Hair Brashes, 
Combe, ko. 

Watchmaking and Repauing in all iu branches site ml 
ed personally by uiyscb. 

ap* dU’ J. R. B sTTERLE. 

IfUTlOD. 

T tl.WE disposed of my stock of Watches, Jewelry 
A and Fancy Goods to J. R. Bsierle, who will eoniiaae 
the husinsM at mv old stand. No. ttl Fourth sireei, be 
tween Main and Market, aad I take this opportunity of 
recommending my former friends and customers to >»»» 
aa every way worthy of their cooiidence and support. 
JPU 8. W.WAKHINKK. 



^AUO-Whit« East Indm, at 



HENRY IIUKTKR’S, 



Bydraalic Foundry. 

Korihteut corner Warhinoton nnd Floyd rirtelt, 

Lenisville. ky. 

r HE andereigtied me now niaaing Hteam Engines and 
Mill .Macbuica from new patterns got up in the most 
ni c^e rn and approved xtvlc; also, toliacco. lard, limber, 
and anil Screws, IronKatting, Koreingand Lifting Pumps 
of vsj ums sizes and kindmcast Iron Screw Pii>esfrom\( 
to tinches diameter, Socket and Flange Pipe from > inch 
es to Ifi inches in diameimJtailroad ( 'ar VVheelt and Axles 
and other Railroad (Jasimns. Tliey are also sole manu- 
rMetao'if of Roys and Pmiich’s patent Hub Morticing 
Mactiiiis lor wagon .and warnag'* makers’ use, whi^ has 
be. II pruiiuiinced by coswcteni judges to be one of the 
greaiest lalwir -saving isoeeioev ever invented. Orders 
nnm sdistaiK-r, will! satrwicta*y references or cash re- 
mitttiicea wBI receive I nwcipt attention. 

jel4 ■ 



'ERMICILLI AND M.\CAKON'l-YeUow and White 
myJ4 HENRY HUKTEU. 

itPPEirSAUCE At 
mv6 



FilEiaHT DEPARTMENT, 

JKFFERSO.WILLK, B. A I A.VD INDIANAP- 
OLIS, P. k C. R.\lLROAl>8. 

H aving In-en appointed freigiil agent# fur .the above 
mads, we are now prennrnd to iorward and receipt 
broiigh to Boston, New York. I'uiladelpina, I’lUsInirg, 
(.'li'veTand, Haadusky, Toledo, Detroit and Chicagn, 

FREE OF OVMMISION AM) DKAVACiE 
by the above menuoned Roads, wliwli are Uo ■■lortest, 
quickest and cheapeat route to the North fnun Lmnsvilie, 
ti.iVMg two !•«> ebaufe* ibaa <«ny o(fa*-t nuirwad In Pills 
bnig. Plitladelplt.i. Baliiinore. (Vvi-laud. Ounairk, Raf- 
Iklo, RiMt-iH and New V.H'k.c.oiHecting at Cleveland with 
t he Peaa*ylvama (.V.itrai Rail Rua.l t<i Philadelphia aod 
BaMimore, at Dunkirk si'itli the New York and r.ne Kail 
Rimd aod at Halt'alo w ith the New York OnUal lo .Alba- 
ny. New York and Hosioii. i irders for forwarding pntuipi- 
.V attended to. 

M 'DO WELL k KOUeKT80\, 
Freight agents JtdI. B. k I. an<l I. P. k O- K, R. 

Vo. 14 WallsIrioA. 

Ortihud by 

K. M. I.EMONT.frenl. freielit .-g . Jegersonvillc.R. !R. 
E R. HPENi.'ER, Gioi.vnl Freicio — '-nu B. k I. nod I. 
C. Kaitrnnds. via 



HBNKV ilURTER’8 



ilCKLKD ULIVEU AND CAPRBH-At 

HK.NKY HURTER’H, 

lyd MO Market at., but. Preston and Floyd. 



>1SWIS«1 IIAI, KL'II.. 

juwi wes^or^ofMain and Fifth st. 



JUHN m. ANUKBSONs 

No. 80 Tbird Htrirt, 

.’’AYTll. Y Grocer and Dealer in Fancy Groceries. 

BIllO 

)ICKLKD Ulirers, Capers, Blackberry Cordial, Wine, 
Kii -u. Gill, and Did Bourbon at 
aalo _ _ J. M._ANDE|i8(^’S. 

''OVEaiidBpiccd tiyaters, 8ataMM~aMl Mackerel, in 
>'can s at _ [au ioj _ ANDERiSON’8. 

i^XTRACTB. A large assortment at 

aulo _ ANDRI180N’.S^ 

bOY.NL (.’bins, Bengal, and Worchester Sauces at 
h auio Ah DERMON’a. 

i LARUE lot of tancy and .Ylaiket Baskets at 
K aulO ANUKSON’S. 



OMNIBUS LINE, 

KMC. "W eilljLox* 

Ok|FVJiL ^L run a line of Omnibus, iu connection 
with tlie Louisville and Nashvhle kailruad, to 
of the city. NO TICKET.S «OLD 
ONtlieCARB. nu line u ^•aprrtA-m any otJUr. 

Ot^Fare fbr passenger aud unnk— flftceii ceuu. Paa- 
sei^T wiUiout baggage — ten cents. 

OMce at Owen’s liotel. au30 dif 



ST. CHARLES HOTEL 



roBTLAUD, KT 

wBarf, thu this homa m mw ensTii^T 

remlyfarWietternmmndstunMgm^m 
Evmitnntnf fnraiurs.boddiMaad Indeed tha hmie 
lag threnghoni. la ttttad nnWHh£o^7T^-*^--?i ■ 
fheiorM Mr ite hbmim "" «paMaly mnnu 

BituatM Bt. CBortes In, itt in.sdlmi y a t" ■ *->m.- 
*■* **!! ^I***B^ aMppint pauii f‘*rL^s»iiSe ' n -?T ■ 

^a^all her wnuer g^ ir*t Im, ^ 

^rda a convenMaea aad Cttasiort to the 
ton ttot expnriaaeed at mm paw. 

Itahail be the eanasteuleavorur tho protuaxor of ihw 
^hlish^t la eowMad a libarat siMraoV 

* • laieada M deserve u. ^Keboui* 
with itj cxtaaMv* giotaaa, eaol, Wdy giaoka. and era ’ 

It shall be kept as a flnt etaas H««*-)ackiM^n^^ a r 

sJil'Alil: ******“»’ kaawa to tb< travaffaig public 
ftnm hiairmgqaaaacaoa wMh UoseMin LdwiSie w en 
Jlttjvd, aj^wiii samst la the ganeral aMaagaiaaBt 'm tha 

Jfii— W. W. OWKNS. Fw m ia t iir. 



liAVRAKOUX k BNOWDEN. 



I HAVE this day taken .'Hr. JOSEPH W ERNE into part 
iieranip. The style of the lirm is JOHN K ITl’Sk ( 'O 
July 1st, 1850 JOHN RPTr.-i. 



JOHN HITTS & CO. 



P AKAMA'l'TAS. — a cases English Meriiiois received 
this day and tor sale at lowest ra:e# by 
BAMBKR(.KKBKOTHER8. 



I On Firtt &redf, Lehoeen Jefferson and Oreen. 

\ f|'’HK next session of this Bchooi will commence on 
1 the l^t .Monday in Bemruilier. 

Mr. Furck hasassociaied with him two competent As- 
sistaaD. and will give iiistructions in all branches of 
Education taught in High Schools and Academies, 
Paruculnr auention will he given to insDuctioB in An 
ciiyit and Modern l.anguages, and in Mathematics. 

r Etttts— Per Hessionof S months, tJO, payable qiiaterl 
ID advance. ’ 

The best city references can be given. 

. . • N . FURV K. 

Blank Book fdaaalactory and OBnerai 
Blndiog Eatablishmant. 

LEVERING. Ml Mam 
street, south side, three doors below Thud, 
manufacture ail kinds of Blank liiKiks, and 
» constmtiy on hand a large aaaortment 
for sale either at wnnlcssl.' or retail. 

Merch.-imsaud niueis wishing Blank Books made to or- 
der can have ibeni ruled and bmind to any pailteni, and 
paged in b.-aMUAd aud arcuraie style. 

Every di‘*cripuni: of B<n>k-Biuding executed upon rea- 
sonable lenus. 

.Sieamlioat Books ot all kinds constantly kept <m hand 
aud made to order at short notice of the finest materials 
Oomitri' Merchaiite arc invited to examine our stuck emu- 
priMM alarge assonment of .School, Miscellaneous, and 
n,...e. »—er. Stationery, kc.,all of which wUl ue 
; terms. 

WEBB. GILL k LEVERING. 
H.Kiksellers and Ai «iik Book Makers. 



D EL.AINs.-^ cases elegant styles just lecetved by 
American Express, which we will sell without a<D 
ranee. ( auJl] ____B AM B£KG_^ K K« )1'H EttB. 

L usters.— S casLS hlack Oneans, and .Mohair Liis 
lets, ull grades aud prices, for sale low by 

■■«»» BAMB^^ERBimTHRRS. 

/''LOAK8 .AND TALMERS.-1600 clolh.’^aliTiT'iwik; 

■ Lloiks. 7 aimers amt .Maiitillss. jast re 

ceived by .American Express, entirely new styles— 48 
hours ironi New York— which we wUl guorntee 6o pei 
cent, lower than any house in the city. For sale by 
»«« _ BA M BERcSER BROTH ERS. 

^ M Bkoi DEK iEo. — T he best, cheapest, aad largest 
V 4 assortment of' Collars. Sleeves, Chemisettes, Baud.s, 
r louncing. Skirts, Handkercheits, Edgirgsand Insertions 
to he found in this market. For sale low by 
.“•‘Si BAMBER GE R BRO ( HERS. 

H U81’ERY looodoz. as«oned Laiiies’, Mens’, Misses’, 
and Childrens’ iroulen Hose, all pnees and qualities 
m store and loi sale chcaP by 
«uSl 1 b AM BERGER BROTHERS. 



ANDES) IN’S. 



B RANDY— 4-4 casks Mareu k Co.’s Brandy, of the 
Vintage I860, in stoie and for sale by 
auis SMI TH. GUT HRIE k CO. 

|{RANDV—d-4 casks seignette k f.'o. 
lA and for iMe h y auU ] SM ITH, Ol 



JOHN KITTS WER.’YR 

We havein store andare coosunily adiluigto our 
f^jlajge assortment o( Watchesand Siirerwars.whicb 
gUsKwe offer at the lowest cash prices. Strangers visit- 
ingtbe city are invited to examine our stock before matt 
ing their purchases. 

jyio JOHN KI FTS k Ct)., Main street. 



IPRANDV— d-4casks seignette k f.'o.’w Dark, in stora 
lA and for sale h y auU ] SMITH, OUTHKlE k CO . 

B RANDY— d 8 casks Golden Vine, Pal^in store aod for 
• sale by aul8 SMITH, GUTHRIE k CO. 

W INE— S-4 casks pure Sicily Madeira, in store and tor 
Y V sale by aui a SMITH, OlfT HKlE k CO._ 

/^lUARS— 10,000 Cigars, assorted Brands, in store and for 
A ' rale by aut » SMITH , Girf HRIE k CX). 

pHAMPAGNE- 

16 boskets Cavalen Champagne; 



MANUFACTCRKii OF 



Sign of Gkilden Eagle 



368 MAIN STREET, FETWEKN SIJTU 

AED SEVEMTU. 

(Few doors below LouMvilic liotel. ) 

B-OI INN II.Lt-. til . 

H r inforiu# ibe ciuaeos and sut rounding oountry, that 
he has now on band a large and well seleciad stock 
of Ctolhing.snch a* flae Dress and Frock Coats, Farits, 
and a beautiful assortment «if Veal Pauerua, of difrerent 
styles to suit tlie season. 

Alas, a fisc stock at Furniafaing Goods, iia> as Shins, 
I’ndarshins, ('ratals. C-ollars, kc. 

He lavite* eounuy roercoanui la particular In give lum 
a call, and hopes by auici atteniion to bustuera and lav 
deahngs, ta awrit a chare of the puUic patronage. 

•e* G. STRAtIH. 



ST./VICaOLAS HOTEL 

XXX C313.10ASO 



B y la f£ arrivals 1 have added largely lo my «ock oi 
hn« WT^hes and Jewelrv, aad WUl keep it replea- 
labed throughout the season, Ron the best nunui'acturera 
of thn country and importers. The very latmt Autuons 
and styles may always be found in my aasortaMat. 

1 have some elegant and eatirelr new at^esof Jewelry, 
conautlng in part of— 

I'ameo; 

FlorentinH Mosaic: 

Floral: 

Fruh and Proatia:* 

aa-a_s m»/W*k rid»lhM asVfmlww mm \mmmrn. mm mmm om. n^m 



B.M1TH. GUTHRIE k CO. 



C '’HE.tP PLAYING CARDS. — 60 gross cheap Playing 
/ CanU, lu stote and for sale by 
Jrik A. BORIS. 



AiMNoer great mllueace mey sxert upon the svstemla 
whether it he MA.N 
or WO.MAN, whose system may he out ot order, whose 
organs ate irregular m the natura, performance ot their 
several dmie^.a dose or two of Radway >a Begnlatora will 
qnicklvetireaU irregujanties.and loree a iJeasam aad 
aawal avKuati^iroui the boweUat a regular hanr.esch 
and ^ery day. To ladies whose monthly tarns are not 
ra^lar, adOM or two of R^way>s RegHfaOors and Ready 
ReJief will always umutc their regular diaebarne at the 
proper time. • 

! FEVER and ague CURED. 

Pierson Money, Esq,, of Cairoitoa, Miss, owns two 
large plantauons and works over one hundred nvtioe* 
on the bottom landa jf Ml-Mssippi— « aoctioa of me. 
^DUy as celebrata . for Fevar and Ague as the nver 
8tvx in ancient myUolofv was dreadsd a« a pisce inied- 
ted with tvtl spims. W'bUe tm. aesroes of other pinntsr* 
aresnsaingio pieces witn ague. Karson Money^“d8' 
kies are lat, hvarty and happy, at work, stagirg wira 
jny tneir Mings aad glees. *or they Ncl saioinia all dta 
eases asloug as t^y nave Radway^s Ready Relief to gu <rd 
them. N »t one hour • w iri has been !■ et on Mr .Mo 
noy ’s plMU^ by sickneM wca ic began the use ui 
Radway’# Ready R-bef aud ReguUmrs ai,ioag h;s ns 
groes. On s'-eiy plamauon «hete Radway’iRcady Rem 
edies arc kapt ftw the uaa of faasilieo ai^ asrvanis, you 
will bo rare to had UenlUi, nappraeas aud contaaim nt 

Radway’s Re>icf and Kegutaiois are positive Cures tor 
Fsver and Ague, Djrsenmry. Biiiiourncae, ChoUc.Head- 
aclMU Rueumatism, Ncivousoens, Costiv«neu uTs,>ep 
•IS, Ia«tigestioii,aBdan other diseases of the Stom.irb 
Lungs; Bowels, Sidneys, Nerves. Brum, Liver. Read. 
Heart. Che -t. Sides BaLk.fce. 

0 V 8£ \ THR Y 

LOOSENESS OF THE BOWELn. PAINFUL DIS 
CEARG£S,CHCq,ERA MORsUS. CK vMPp. • HOL 
ER,\. VlOLz,.vf PURGl.VGS A.'4I> V^|).'HITI>C6 ARE 

A LUMP OF DEAD DIGNITY 

On board of the steamtoat Shotwell, on her trip ffom 
New Urieans to Cincinnati, the cholera bad laid on ibeu 
hack. :>omH flity ootof seventy-five passengers, fors low 
noura toe scene was o( me most lemMe ebarueier.- 
Amoeg the passengers were two regular doctors and a 
#auncli Mend of Radway’s Ready Relief. Tne two doc- 
tors tooa under meir care the paucLts mthe ladim’ seloon 
and the natienu on one side of the forward saloon. Tbs 
R. R. R. rnend tiMk tne deck passengers and the cabin 
passengers on the larboard side of the foiward tabin as 
(hsi as the Ready Relief was applied to 'bs R. m R. ca 
uenm i^y r^overed. and balore the two doemra not out 
of the ladiM’saioou, every one out of tweniy-fivc 
that were sKk.imd wete ueated by the R.X Relief, were 
outofdangeraed tree from Cbetera. Still t'a doctors re ’ 
fused to use tne Ready Relief, and out of toe twelve pas 
sennei* under then treatment, seven died in the anoium 
of(;tioiera. AtUstbothoi the doctors were tatteii sich- 
the field was now led open to the R.R. R. advocam. and 
with the asstsunce of somegeuUemen who had witaess 
ed Its miraculous efflcacy, it was applied to aR the i« 
mainuig padeau who were quickly reheved from bw 
disircaemg and dangerous Niuatioas. 

The two doctors were now the ouly sick onea oa the 
boat Dr. W , a man of good senee aad liberal views 
called for the R. R. R. advocate. *’3u.” said the Docmr 
“1 have made np my mind to try your quack modicioe— i 
is out of the power of remedies used by the regular orde 
afouriaculty to cure me: 1 will, tharefore, attherukor 
being denounced by the faculty, conseut to save my life j 



VI Mens’ IFoolen.Siik and Buckskin Glovekaiul Mina 
lor sale by 

nttfi BAMBEBCEK BROTHEK3. 

**>•»*> and ao inch, best make 
kr Black Silks, for sale at Esiiternpricea by 
■tu»I BAMBERGE R BROTHER8. 

I\0TIC)NS.— A full assortment of Scissors, Knives, Jet 
A M fpoods, Needlety C*ontMi, Tnr* aod for Male hy 
a»Gl BAMBERGER BROTHERS. 

R ibbons.— lOOOm'eces, latest styles, and 'all width'rTn 
store and for sale by 

aull BAMBERGER BROTHERS. 



1^''HESI1 PCA(/HES.— SO dozen fresh Peaches, in 1-4 
k and l-t gallon cans, in store and fur aale by 
J7I8 A. BOR IE, Third street. 

l.i'RENCH MUSTARD. — 10 cases French Mustard, in 
R amall glasa jara, for sale low by 

JyW A. BORIE. 

[Vf ATCU£d— joogroaa Mamhet, m store and fors'alsby 
J rut A. BORIE . 

L’KENCH MUbI'AhO.— 1- cases rrenen Mustard, in 
k small g lass Jars, juttracelved indfbtsalcat wholesale 
and remUt lmy27j A. Boh lE’s, Third st 



Maklnf my stock of itch^ewelry as large ae any m the 
eastern country. 

apW JOHN KITTS. Main street. 



NEW AIBANY A SALEM R. R 

CHANGE OF RUNNING TIME. 



■k RdE:# ralRlIMRM, 

•ik Book Makere. 



au3i 



Fine and Medium Qnalit; 



kCMOOL BOOKS. 

A FULL supply of aU the Leading School Books now 
inukein all ihe Public and Privau Schools in the 
city aud country. On hand and for sale at the lossest rate 
ky . VY ebb, GILL p LEVERING, 

anil 



OL , THE choi^t Btyles of JEWK.LRYj SIL VBR- 
w7\ WARE ot all kinds, of the most approved pat 
XfJ|teTO: platod TEA SETS; WAITEtU. FORKS. 
••spoons, castors. Kc. 

Particular atteatiou is invited to my assortmeat ot 
WATcHEP, which cannot be excelled in this eity, end 
wdl be sold at priuea lower than la often asked for ai> in 
Tenor article. 

niyl JOHN KITTS, Main street 

Gold Fens! Gold Fens! ! 

A L.YRGE essuitinent received this morning. Werran- 
ted the beet arucia that is made. .Main street. 
mvMtf 



A. BOB IE’S, Third st 



Iron pnmpR. 

W E manufacture and have always on band Iron Force 
and Lift Pump# of the must approved kind.s, both 
or ciaurns and wells of any debth. VVe warrant our 
auinpt to perform well, and will reiund the money if they 
Pd to give satisfaction. 

feI4 BARBAROUX K SNOWDF.N. 



O N aad after TFuraday July list, trains will leave New 
Albany Suadayt ezeepbed ' as foUours: 

Mall Cxprew leaves New .Yibzayat 4 o'doca A. M.; 
Exprem train leave* New Albany at lOQ P. M. Making 
tmmediatd)' eoaaections at Chicago for ail points Nona 
and North-w:at. 

Also GiaJctng direct 'onaeelMn at OreencasUe with 
Terrs Uant< trains fur St Lotus, Cairo, Kc., Kc. 

At Miebigau City eenn-ctioa it made witn trains of 
Michigan Central lUilroaJ tor Deinut Niagara Falls, 
Montieal. Guebcc. Albany, New York, and Buston 
Pasaengers leaving New Aibaay at l:4i P. M., arriving 
at Nmgart Falls next ava iuif inukuigtbuUia cheapeat 
^Mickcst route ffiift 

For througn tickou apply at office of New Albany aad 
fralam Railroad. Main street, pp i-itr the Gait House. 

JOHN B. ANDERSON.Supviiuwiidaul. 

N. STvvana. General T<ck«t .Ngmu 
• tmiabueaa* Is auandaace t<' cuavay pusesgpn to all 
paru of tha city auldtl^ 



631 Main street. 



Lj'RESH PfVE APFLE'—ycdoaen Fim Apple, m I pint 
k and ualf gallon Jars, just recr,vep aad tor sale by 
A. BOrUL, W bolcsrJe Confectioner, 

r._ " ■ "■ 

Jyi9 

pHCJCCLATB CPXAM. 

V Cream jiistn 



lue iippie.iB * ^ 

and tor sale by 

Dorjct, rv ooicsaie Confeclioner, 
Fnutarer, Kc., No. Am, Third street. 

Mar Main 

ICO Tbs frbsb Cttocolate 

- Cream jiistrvceived aud for saleny 

my IS A. BoKIE, 60 Third st 



Imported Cigars. 



J UST received froni Havaaa, ‘n.ooufine Cigara, couaist- 
ing of the ciioiceai brands as faUows: Londres, El 
Solo, Conchas, CUuidrados, Cazadoes and Fnneeas 
brand 

Also, a full assortment «f Domestic Cigars and Virginia 
Tobacco, which wiH be kept cor. tauUy on baud st whole- 
tale Olid retail. No. 103 Third slioet, octweco Market and 
ieherimn, next door to iha postoibce, by 
jye dim — 



AMAiUNDS.— i have a fresb supply of Tamanads, in 
pint aad quoiUars, Wbfth can he bought low at 



V V niw esru, i iinoer: ana ssui screws, ail Of wnicD 
we are prepared to furnish at short notice, and on rea- 
sonable tentia. 

J::!* BARBAROUX K HNOVVqEN. 

CA.8T IKON RdklLINa, 

\K7E have a large asaotunent of very handsome RaiKag 
vv Pattenis.snitanie tor yards, ctineteriee, aad hijcl 
Biee.towoieh wecall the attenuoaof thosv in want ot 
Railing for any of the above naiaed narp .>ses. M e are 
prepared to put it up at short notice and on ibe mast rea- 
sonable terms. Oiders from a ihst&nce. with >ar<vfhctotT 
referencaa. will receive prumpt a'lcnuon. 

BAKDAROUJTK SNOMD 

Hydraulic Vooj , 

moK daw ooiuer VVaahlngton and Klovd nrrvta. 



A' bOKlE'b, 'I'hi .1 street 



JOHN KITTS. 



M’LUKE HOL^SET 



P EANUT'S.- U'vbiHli’Jsrca Nuts, in sio 

sale oy pylS, A 

V17AoHUdAPDS. 79 d''‘t idut od Dswisa 
V V caived and tor sale by 
•“*> NOCK WICl 

DuckBTsr 

Ik IM dt,r.en blue sad red BuckeU, 

7j do fancy do, 

to do fancy Ualf do: 

Bo do Well do: 

Rccmed per mail-boat and for rale by 
au»J _ __ NO CK, WlC H 

^ b5s Swan brand Rccudvd 
V V store and tor save by 

*_ n<x;k. wick 

’ I 'ORNiF SE^D— Jus received a freah sut 
A i urpie Top Tiiroip Se«d; 

FUipicUuteh do do received this i 
Ezprm. MUN.N K RUCM. 

6«3Ma 



JOHN LEWET 



Flated Ware. 

J UST received by to day*a RzpreM, four 
gaatebaaed Tea Setts, eight cuasod B 
toutteen handsome Cake Baskeu, nine Car 
Pitchers of the very latest designs. Foi saJ 
Jyi3 JNO. KITTS K CO., 



C .YP^T N. FURCK notifies all Germans wlio wish to 
Ro:<rraie to Nicaragua, ibai he Is ambonzed to pay 
then pa>i''age from New York there, and on Uicirornvd 
ilicy will receive 260 acras of land. Aiare ohaaee. Come 
one. come alL >. FUUCK. 

Fot into'nMtion roll immediately at First street, between 
Jefler jn 3.i < Grecii, oi at .Mi VL l-l’^Y VILLF., .Market 



Wa!aut’*Hiil Female Institute, 

UNDER TEE CARE OF THE 

BEV. J . J.BULL0CK,D. D 



liiRTc 1/u uaiiu • vfvicfiuMu 4u»at/fviiicni cm c,#orAly 

V V Cemeo. Pearl, Fruit and Felagrce Jewelry, to which 
we call the attention of the ladies. 

Jyw JOHN KITTS K CO.. .Main street. 

J L'ST received by express »n 'elegant aasortment oi 
Plated Castor#, Baskets. Waiters, »c. 
jylo JOHN KITTS K CO.. IMsin street. 



ffV|i£ Mxt M*«on nf Hus inixstatiou will commence 
1 on ihe M .Mooday ol Sertembw, and will terminate 
the laat oi June 

TEBBiN. 

rot Boatd and TuiUun per eemion of 10 months IITE oo 
OPTIONAL BRANCHES 

M asm on the Plan . Bdc OD 

Music (isi the Guiiai, .. 60 00 

Use of Insvuments. g oo 

Drawing a:.d PaiotiBg . .. 2o oo 



D 76 balea no. l BaiUng, MayaviUe Facwryi 
130 ^tlo N>,. iX (to do do; 

60 bags Caudle Wica, do do: 

20 ou Colton Twine, do do; 

to do (.'arpet Chain, do do, 

Received and foi sale by 

s«H NOCK. WICK3 K CO. 

W ASilBOAKUS, Kc.- 
VV ,g dozen patent Zinc Washboards. 



6 do Cuflirh Merinos; 

2 do Rich Wool Plaid; ^ 

4 do Black Luatra: 

1 do do French Merinos, 

2 do do Bombazine; 

26 pieces Black Slik; 

Received and for sale cheap hy 

T. K R. 8LEVIN K CAIN. South side 
s®* _ _ rlain, between Pitth and Sixth «s 

C LOTHS. CA'S-SiIMERS VESTINGS. Kc- 

2 bale# Hlack Piencb Cluto; 

3 do Colored do do; 

1 do Black Doeskin Cassimers; • 

3 caees new styles fancy di?; 

4 do assortedSatinet; 

4 dll Wool Tweed; 

2 do Union do; 

8 do Plaid Linsey; 

10 pieces Black Satin Vesunga: 

20 do Fancy Bilk do- 

Received and tor #ale cheap 

;r K U. SLKVIN K CAIN 



WaTB« ..N CARtU Proi.riti 



I^LARET WINES. 
20 caski Bwdeai 



BATES HOliM 



SFRING SUFFLY OF 

Watches, Jewelry, Silver 

'And Flated Wares, at 
WM. EENDBICE’S, 

71 TTH-lyd. jStx^eetu 



.6 dozen patent Zinc Washboards 
4C do painted Buckets; 
lo do thney do; 

36 do do half do; 

4Ci mats I and • Tub#; in store and for sale bi 
_ NOCK. WU’KSi 



I.MOIAiNAs 

D. D. SLOAN, PROPBIETUE. 

(X^Aa Omm^ and at t s na sa Ponam atwayn in 

sr# lo eouvey Panwngeta i« and from ilT (-JL ^7?^ 

InoldieU ! INDfANAr*'Ll6. |5?> 



ViicaiMusie.. 

Fenmansiiip 

ft^Novztraimarfe lOMiie Auciem Language' 
iHF’* >sa HAi.r TO at i-aiii in a»vai>i s 



10,0000 4 )pera Cigars; 
mfioO MsyflowirCigaii; 

I6/U0 8\i ail do; received and for sale by 

nock. WICKS K ('«. 



■ 4 casks PelleVoisin Brandy; 

10 M do Edmond Jaulian Brandy; 

4 H do Victor Silu do: 

3 X *1? A. B. Borniot K Co. do, very line. 

In store and for sale by Uyijj A. ZANON6U 

IPRANBIES, WINBB, Kc. 

vurysupertiHj 

160 case# do do; ‘ 

IK} bbis White do; 

30 cases do do; 

^ it *5** 4®’ ••fylauperior;’^ 

20 pkgt Madeira du; 

Ml ^ li! o’*® ^®* wy super ur; 

■B 20 do Port do: ' • 

ippeepure Holland Gin; 

iim *^u*u* #op«r csni above proof, 

too bbIs Bourbon W hisky, vunoii# agM; 

K do do do, very eld aud flna: 

60 do Domestic Brandy; 

130 do do do; 

__ ‘2o do N. E. Rum; 

Tn^stor^ m'lW Absymhe Cqrdials; Synipa 

A, ZANONE. Fifth street, 

. _ between Main and Water. 

I'kO.MES'l'IC ...uiDOits. 

k.x 60 bbis 'Aanoiie.s Pina Annie Whiakv 



LOCATION.* 

TbelooatiiMi isuneoi the most desirable m uk- i ' until, 
seveu miles from Lexuigion, ou the Ricbmond tiiinpike 
keyund Aahlaud, lu tne bean of a ricli and bigbly rulti- 
vased country and reniarkabh- f<K us liealUitulness. The 
huitdUigN are ■•paciout, pleasant and convenient; the 
gr. Kind, are hi-autiiul aud bigtjy implored. 'I'liere i- oo 
the piaoe a veir valuable trell of muieral traler, wbicb 
ha# ke.en found to Im- liiglily rondiK-Uve tu the health of 
the pumla ana tauiily Being located ui Hie couuir) , Uie 
pujMlsare free li.un all the dielraeuug ai.d conuuiiinauiig 
lufi u micB* at a owe or eii> . 

OF INSTRUCTION 

AN the kraactie* of educatmu, MiUi amid and oruamea 
lal. which are tuiight in llie hem femaie scIhmiIs. oiay be 
acqniredat thir liwuiiiuon. 7'be pupils connected wuh 
It can have advaiilages equal to limee enhiyed la flie beat 
Raaicsn achiKila to hecoiue liiii'lligeiit, refliied. uud well 
«d«<mted women. Able aad skilltui a^siaiiD liave beea 
aecured lot every department la the school. 7'lie studies 
^cmiducied by meant of reriuiions trom appropnaie 
Text B<e>ks and {.eciures. Minute examinationsarermi 
asantiy made, nccumpanieid with addiUuiial expiam.U<ais 
nnd iliUHt rations, and « Wort ir made la leach ttiorougliTy 
whatever I# UHih' . lu addiUou lo UiutM- who are atudy- 
ing the regular l•rku<'b•-I• UughI in the ln>liiiilH>ii, I will 
receive a claae ol young lodHw who have compleb d their 
Academical atudiea, but who desire to pursue a course of 
reading la NiMocy and PolUe I.uieratufe. 'They will also 
have and opp<,rtiiiiity of perfe< ting their kouwlcdg.' of 
Music under Prof. F*ol Sr hmiot. who hat no supenor ia 
lus department, and who ha* educated many ol the beet 
uerformer* on the I’lano. lu the land. The puimns of the 
Institution mayruet asrared no pain* iior expense will be 
spared to make It wonliy of ifie support of ilioee wlio 
wish lo giveir daiutiters the best educational advantage# 
the country can afford. | plcilgs all my energies, atnlilXM 
and means, so the accompri-hiueni ot tins oSy^U 



MEOOWAN’S HOTEL, 



’-•.oouH.-Ul Spanish Cigars; 

30.000 Havana Sixes; 

nk.OObCuba Sues; lu store and for sale by 



MY STOCK is now v«ty complete, to which I 
am making additious almotit every week, of the 
laMat styles. In addiuon to a large stock of Gold 



I*Ih!^*lJ*u!^**** waaildtug, «««,y r, .Ut 



|fy^ latest styles. In addiuon to a large stock of Gold 
I^^Jkand Silver Watches, of the moot approved make 
^■^■and styles of easinr I have recently received a 
small lot made and cased to.special order, all of which 
are warranted to give satiafaciion, andare offereil on rea 
ouable terms. ap2!« daw 



4 erf ARB! GUlTAKB!- 'The largesl stock Of Uoita 
a in this riiy may m- found at the Musiu Store of 

4'llA.s. J KENT. <7 Third st. 

l'4|NB Violiiis, Bow.-, and Btniifs. A i omplete assoi 
mem of tlie above just received by 



JUST RECEIVED: 

Rich Fall ami Winter Dry Goods. 



Louisville Exchasge 



[JECEI VED at R. K. TURNER'S, P'ounli street— 

Ik. Rich Bilk flounced Robes; 

Do plain and striped Fall Bilka; 

Glossy J 4, 7-8, and 4-4 black do; 

Flam Glace Bilks, all colors; 

Rich Bngeiiie de Laiiie Robes; 

Do I 'rochet Cashmers do; 

Do figured French Meriiioes, superior uualiiv 
Uo do Wool de Lames; 

Do plain Merinoes and Casiuuers; 

Freiieti and English Merinoes; 

Black Bombazines, Merinoes, and de Laines. 
WHI'TE G<X)DS. 

Just received from New York auction sales, a large in- 
oiceot M’liileGomls, whicb we are able to sell at iin- 
sual low prices. While Jaeoneu, Cambrics, Naiisouks 
lid Swiss Muslins, plaid Jaconets, plaid Swiss, and plaid 
»<i «rip«d Nunsooks, while Brilliants, Dish Linens, 



US'F RECEIVED- 
CORAL JKM^I.RYj 
FANCY SLEEVE BUTTONS; 

IB CARET VEST CHAINS; 

SILVER PITCH F.K.'t. GOBLE I'S K GUPS. 
JOHN KITTS K CO., Golden Eagle, 
aulTdKw .Main street. 



NEW BCX}K?. 

M il. LARD I* I Ll.MOR K.— 77ie life aud public services 
■It .Millard Filla-ore— by VV. L. Barrerof Kentucky. 
Fnce $1.. ' 

Hisiory ot Europe from the romniencent of the French 
Revoluuon III 17«l< lo the Resioration of the Bourbon- in 
1816— hr Archibald Allison, F. K.B. E. Advocate. 

The History of \:ipoleoB Bonaparte— by John B. C. 
Abbot, with inapK aud illustrations in to volnine*. 

Conhdrnual Correspondence of the Emperor Napoleon 
aiiAthe Empress Josepliine— incliidiiig letters from their 
iiiainage until .he death of Josepliiiie: aud also, sever^ 
private leuem from the Emperor to hi# bnnher Jose^, 
and other important personages with numerous illustra 



.3. Wami. 



JOUR Kitts. 



CENTRAL HOUSE 



nAlPf RTKEKT. 

W B bare now in store one of the largest ossortmeaui 
of Watches, Oiamohdb add BitVEawAas, In the 
City. Also, new and elegant styles of Cobal Conao, 
FaoiT Auo Mosaic JawBLET. In everythmg in our line 
we aim to give .satistactioa to our customers. Purchasers 
will please call and exiunme stock. au9dK w 



UIT JUIUI, Alice AUK BIIUIV uOT;Bn>r #u cxcruuauug, 1 glU 

aaothar buttle of hadwiy, and applied it, and washed my 
whole limb# with ii; and 1 am happy to say witn complete 
success. The mu ons aoa unusual coM at thu aeatou, 1 
feel has the elfeet ol reinewing the pain, but one appiiea- 
uon of the Ready Relief will banish u. Could I keep my 
flMt warm at ail times, I would have nothmg to fear from 
the RheninaUiim allerapplytnf your Reiuty Retief. I soall 
oecaaionally ifraw attentioa to the efficacy of your medl 
cuwa.lhe result of expeneaee. 

Yours truly, JOH.M .McWlNNIE. 

Eilitor aad joint Proprietor of the BenuaeL 
January 12, 1268. Woodstock, C. W. 

w Tua a. a. a. aanniss aasToma costexmvas to 
lUALTH, rropa thb EATMsa or oscat, nsALa ci- 
oaaa in tm lumos as» thsoat, ccbbs astuma, jy 
aaonenms, CHEonie cocoas, amp alc nia-^^ 
BAsaa Attn cunrLAisTi or tub tbeoat, 

Lcnoa Ann cnasT. 

o(>ersoBs who hava bocn troubled with etuouc aore 
throat, tubercles ia me lungs, broocfaius, or glandular af 
seetiona, art iafonnod that the R. R. R. Remcdiea will 
ours tliam of iheae tamble comptainta oa tbs ammo prin- 
ciple. Let the Rtmdy Relief be applied extori.ally oa the 
cheat aad around the throat— this will affect aa importaat 
and woaderftilly beneficial reault. It wilt get up a power- 
fhl countar-irriiatliigtoreo, aad withdraw irom Jm filandt 
of the throat aU eoageated blood that may interfora with 
the 'Mpiratory organa. Ptrsona troublea with astbau, 
hard and difficult breathmg, sharp pa aa whan taking a 
long breath, will find immediate relief after an applwa 
tmn of Radw Rebel'. In cases wbaretbcTunna 

aredioeaaed, •- we Radway’a Keaoivent. The action 
of this metlicinc reaotrea away the diaouacd daponu— « 
heals all ulcers, aad icmovcs tubercles. Wa have known 
persons who had no id#a of evur riaug out of a atek bod 
to ba restored to sound boaltb, with not a particle or eou' 
•umptlve material left in their bodwa to buatau d#cay.- 
Radway’a Ranalaiorain these imaes keep the ayatem ren 
ular, and aquaUzaa tha circuIntinH of the blood. 

RAD WAT K CO., 163 Fulton atMst 
_ . . , . ... . *wb 



fTORAE AND Dl A mONDN# 

B y EXPRESS— 

1 dox Rich Coral Pma aod Ear Rings; 

Coral Sleeve Buttons. 

We have in ature a few aasortniem of Diamond Jewel 

ry, vix: 

Diamond Crosses and Ear Kings; 

“ Finger Rings; 

“ Gent’s Pins; 

AH of whicb we offer at low price«.7 
ao21 JOHN I ■ 



KlTTBKCO.,.MalnsL 



A.STBillAD. M.UOHTBR 

STEINAU & LICHTEN. 

ISPOKTERS OP 

Waches and Jewelry 

OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 

ALSO 

FINE DIAMONDS, GOLD PENS 

PEIYCII# CASES* dkc. 

C«»«rof k’lftltaikdMalM 8tr««(n* 

At Llchten, Loewenthal K Co.’s Stored np suirs, 
seTiy LOUISVILLE. KY. 



- ,T u V u n o . - 

1. Howkeron Shooting; 

2. Vouatton Uie IKig; 

2. The Hunter’# Fea#t— by Mayor Read; 

4. Frank Forester’# Fish and Fisliiug; 

6. Mr. Bpoiixe'# Sporting four; 
a. Drink# K Maybew on the Dog; 

7. Frank Korexter’# Field Bporto; 

8. Jesse’# Anecdote# of Dogs; 
a. The Quondam lIoundH; 

10 My Shor ting Bor-by Frank Forester. 

» rnle by C. HAGAN K CO.. 

[ 667 Mam strerri. 



Sugars, and every Uiingusaally kept In the grocery 

'ITiankftil to mv old friends and customers for their past 
pauxmage, we hope by strict attention to business to snare 
aiidment a continuance of the same. 
ap2 dtf _ - . — 



A LARGBud lieautiful stock of BILVERW'ARE ala 
ways on band and for sale at the lowest cash prices 
sell dkw JOHN KITI'B K Co., MAn st. 



des-nnav 

^ ^y mfcrnilng tha dnvor, ai. J 
^*^*®*** W tbit bOIM WMiUMf fO » MV Oi* to w 

bavtj tbeir oomoo ooiorom ky ibv i iOMieu*# 

ftml tbv AtaVttffi will Ohm 



NEW QBRMAN O-RAMMAR, 

E lements of roe German Language — a Pr 
Mammal fer acquiring the art of 
and cnmpo#ins German— by Tbo#. 

Woodward High School. Cinciunati, 

NEW BCPPLlEo.— Zumpt’a ' 
drew’s Fir#t^I,e#seiiS’ Bniitn’i 

tiicuiCi, uuiliOii’s Gferk Keader, jacoDt l#ree_ _. _ 
Bt. JoKn’s Geology, and every ouier Book used ir. iL.i 
or country. CHAB. D. KIRK, 

sel2 V 



E. K J McDBRMOTl' 



eading. Sneaking, 
Buden, Professor 

. Price $1. 

, # Latin Olammar, An- 
- - ’» Greece. Beeber’s Calis- 
thenics, Bullion’s Greek Keader, Jacob’s Greek Reader, 

O. ,1^, i... » . 

../.c. M. KIRK, 
•Mozart Building. 

fo'RENCU MNRINO, PLAIDB.DE LAINEB, Kc.-Ke- 
R ceived this day— 

SO pieces rich Pf rated Breach Merinos; 

60 do plum French Merinoes (trom auction); 

60 do do do De Laines; 

6U do all wool Plaids; 

60 do nch French De Laines; 

20 do Valenciennes Plaids; 

500 do American De Laines, new style. 

Buyers are invited to call and examine the above arri- 
val, most of which have been purchased at auction, by 
wbteb we are enabled to ogbr them at sucli prices aa to 
defy competition. 



A. ZANONE, 

WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

foreign and Domestic 

LIQUORS AND WINES, 

BAVANA CIC AJR8 * TOBACCO, 4CC., 

ON FUrtH STREET, 

BMTtrM dr MAiM SM’D kjrZk^(MA»r MIBMH 



HB. kllBS. KOLII’S 



REDDING HOTEL 



LOUISVILLE FEMALE SEMINARY, 

Om Otdirie Slrttl, a^fomtng Sekon Ckapd. 

'I'HEBeholasuc Year contmeaces on the hrst Mundsy 
n in fteptember, and i# divided into Two B< ##ion# of 
iweuty week* eei-b. 

Teram perSuasioa of K weeks, psynMe quater'y In ad 
vance.iSoOO. 

Na dadurtioa for abseuee. 

0(^A limited Bum tier ol Pupils will be rtceived into 
UieTaauly as boarder#. 

Lenuiiiixa >,v.. July, ibM. au2d2m 



A CARD 



TO the 1#ADIK8. 

O WING Mthe destruction of my store by fire, I have 
been compelled to seek a new location, and take plea 
Mire in mforiuinf the ladies of Louisville that I have pro- 
cured the store No. 90, Fourth sueet. between Main and 
Market, wnich I ant now having fitted up for the recep- 
tion 4*1 my Fall «t4»ck of Millinery, and hope to be able to 
open my new store wi Msnday next, 16th inn. 



MICHOT & MOTHER ' 

waoLBSALs ana anTAii. pbalbu in 

Watches, Jo'welry, Ac. 



M. VfGLINi 



AtkinsoD High School { 



WBITB WHEAT FLOUB. 

W E„are now making a Mo. l article of White Wheat 
Family Flour, at our mills, on Shelby street. Send 
on your orders. / •* w 

rm At BRAWNER. BOH WIN G K CO. 

J.C-MoCMESNEY 



WJ&ECT IMFORTERB FROM OENSrA;) 

MAIN STREET, 3 DOORS ABOVE FOURTH, 

UnJacobK Building.i 

Ju-BEU leave to call public attention ro their nnnvallod 
#^ja>sortraent Ol Watches and Jewelry, just received 
dHipand opened, direct from Geneva, where the whole 
stock was selected by tme of the firm. 

Fine Regulators for'hoteli, banking bouaet, or any other 
offices, at moderate prices. 

Watch Glasses, Maunala and Tools tor Watehntaker, 
at New York Pncee. 

Watchee dfreeti) imported iron our own manufactory 
tn^GenevK wholesale and retail at Nirar York prices. 

Waten deaning and Repairing don e with neatneaa aad 
dlsputch. 

'The lattata»laa aad paoeraa of Jewelry, Kc., receiv- 
ed every week. 

We invite the tadiae M can aad azomlaa for ihcmaelvea. 
nutrowetoahowgeotte. All our gotrds warrsa’ed or 



CRUTCHER K MILLER. 



FOR YOUNG LADIES. 

Loerdim — GreM afrwt, brtwrm Firgl and Second 

'|''HE Fifteenth fiwaaiou or tfaK Instuation will com 
8 .■6«nc« ou Monday September lat 
A lim^ number «t PuMiscaa be rccafeudaa Roarders 
IB ^ Ihmtly at the Pruiridiiia. 

Anrountwmeau con t am g all neneeaary loftiimatiou 
mu be oMaiited by rsllmg at the ruaioenee <if Rev. J. 
Ataiaseuand Lady, N. ETcorner of Green and Second 



WILLIAM SILVERS, 

WOLE8ALE fc RETAIL DEALER IN 

WALLPAPER, 



- P. HARMAN 

HeCHESNZY & HABHAK, 

rjEN ERAL Coilee^^ Raal Batata Aganu. All bo- 

KX •ineea eniru^dtotheireare WUl meet with ptompi- 
noasand dupatch. 

OQbOffica No. 6 Court Place, ftbat dawtf 

V Zl.OXZXOTTCtXu 

|\6. 2. VANDER8LICB bge renrovod to the coraar 
" tlofi aad Jeffexeoo streets; where he uriehee to see 
•11 hi# 010 cuetoraeri ae heaetofore. ao3i 



63t. fllAIM STfREET. 631* 

A S ever ready and willing to yeild hia seivicea ia ibe 
amelioration of the human apeciee. 

Haa at the risb of Uto, fortune, nod an unenlled reputa- 
tion. pcrsonaly attended to tha eelection and purchase of 
llm nrast uniqne, and diserable lot of dressing mateira# 
every shipped etwhar. tha Western iMrizon. 

(Jonaisting of Cloths an Cassimeres of all *hadea and 
colors, amf manuiactured out of wool, peculiar to tha 
animal from it was shorn! 

PleabM, Velvstt, and Silk Vestinfi la mass;— the lilly 

af the VaUy m beaatv, dare not vie wtUi them. ' 

'The plastic nand of the artiste wuh hw uotrrtng usk. 
so hapmiy ei^eml upon ^1 octmaton. makes it a pleasure 
for all U) call and be comftiited. Pair P'icea, ebon or no 
credit, and general aatisiaction iS the ewdi# onnrank 

cwpKieea lUl and every ihlng to 
!**”!.*& Ronffii. Cravuta. Ma^ 

kaicbieis, Suspenders, Gloves, me., Kc , Kc. 

Scim, Clay sad WiUlsm’s report on band aad tor sale. 



quality 



MO. M FOURTH 8T. Rrr. MARKET K JEFFERSON’ 
LOUISVI LLE, K Y. 

IW A?**^*^ kinds of conunon aad fancy 
■I* **?^f*’ ®R*4la» of all flescnptions, 

Paper-Oil, and Dry Shades. 

I nsom riwpeetfuily invne PURCHASERS te caU on me 
asid examine my r’oek and ennvinoe Uiesnselves. that I 
can sell my good# CHE.APER, thaa any house in thie 

iparkcL (tfi^ 



l«v. Get. Beckett’s 



JAMSb I.l'Pi' 



w, M*iMON........#..e. 6. KaKTui.„.,.....,...n.n.rsnToii 

AJVB KTU#!# TBa£T OQJSEt 

IKICW and dwirahM DryObods uEaMnaea, Martin K 
i V Co.’s. M Foarth street: 

Cambria aad S#^ TrimmiQfe aad Edges; 

Jneonet. sae, Swisa, anti A^lieation Bau; 

Soper and cheap iot hr L^iea’ hamaticbed aud bor- 
dered Haadxerehiato; 

Plain and Embroidered Llaen Collars, 

Pine blue and dark oolort of French Menne; 



JOHN M. ANDERSON. 

(Isis U. B. MkU JLgmu t 
WHOmALl AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

family GROUEKIE: 

Oo\Axi.t»y Pjc*od\xot 

WiDML Isiqnon, ko,, kc, 

NO. to THIRD 3TREIT, 

MEIEVllXS, KT. 

>»A******^»****>— ** M 6 reagwifeay rnmtm 



onTDATION fifrANTMD. 

A GENTLEMAN in ibie city wi*bee a sitnation as 
Teacher in a Frlvetior Pubtie School. Ha would 
have ae ohieeuone to taking charge of a school in the 
eounuy. The appiimt is a thorough scholar, having 
uught sahool m tne United States the past u yeara, aaj 
oaa give the b*etef relcrercee. 
aAiwu TIMES OFFICE. 



!? fZl.* iy° *K?<*2* ** kealnw upon him staca ba tocatS 
mmsclf ou roe tioutuweat corner of Grayson and Twaltth 

SSnSd mmntill- m ^ and ttn^ 

^”7** projonged coot nuance of the same. Such ar- 
nrogements l»ve b^n made aa will enable him, not onlv 

BJaO to dlBPOB# of ttaCflB OB ^MDSIR m« 

^ w^d toither state ihatbe Ime secured the eemeee 
* nulveoi Belgium, wboee queUflee 
H?!- W* *4 Apotoecery. are acknowledged 
™ above ttMdiocrity. 

‘•-‘F-Mto la sufficlaat tor 

atVuhSSS dlly *® compowdiag praaenptioM 

Je d26tfl* Soutbwnnt eor. 'Orayeon^^*lNreflff sta. 



CL AKK’S 

WHOLESALE 

BOOT AND SHOE 

MANUFACTORY. 



bh- icts styles aad oolors of i^ed do do. ’ 
FA.V0Y DBESS AND PLAIN DzLAlNBff. 

A tow bandsome pettanis thla day opened. 

PLAIN. FIGUIBO. AND OMRRE DaLKINES. 

Of every choice stpibe and Mehtiee: in fact a very ex- 
•lICDi supply of tods of Fx the preeeat and 

iMtting aaeaott. Ladies vs lavited to call and examme 



New Fall Goods! 

RAL 4A RIEKL 



Patrick K 



market streat* tot. TbirdmaM r«i 
(Overihe Shoe Store of James Small) 
LOClSVlIsLB* KY* 

CLARK’P Manufactory is the place so i 
KJ u^eratMdtagttoabionaUyettvrlopod for 

Wl price. We do not wish to assume French 
* wMm"> P<:*84 *0 dmignata say supetiumy nfo« 



raOK, MARTI N K CO. 



U A VB Just received a largs aasortmeat of Fall ode, 
XA wtntro thry hava bo u^t front the largest impontag 
Bouses in the Eastarn Citiei, and srs aon-wqacatly tm- 
aMed, aad will scU thevi u very reduce)! pnces.'ud are 
determined lo be •ndirfr'’!'* by no houte in the c x . 
JsooM aiij SwueEdgingsand iBsattings; 

Re do Collars and Sleaveei 

Do do Seu, 

Lmen Setts, 

B m b i ibde redaod Plaia Ltnca CoUais. 

aad Severed Haadkireblefti 
Pmitt Week MiJks of ell auallUce: 

Black Ribbed Silks; 

Pency Dress -like of all discrietiona: 
il##h Dsl.aiiJrr 



FOR SALB. 

T m MpcR and fUtaius of um veU kairum ssaad, Nu. 

646 Mvket stzaeu between Fbet sad Seennd, now 
dfwg a profitable Maila, tmth wmSoMle aod ssaall. 

The etoek eonsieu of .MlLLi.VtftY and FANCY 
GOODS, which, wuh the fixtures, well edapsed tor the 
bueins^ will be told at a greu bargaiBx y»a 



1 do Lonsdale do; 

2 do Stag and (toper Idem. dp. 

For IsmIIc#' aad ,^gents fine wear. We eaa reoMameBti 
theve Goods es being paracutuiyaice. 

1 bale 6 4 Pl6idLJaseys, of Lm breads; 

1 do 7 6 do do do do 

1 do 1 4 d)i dp do do; 

1 do asaorted qualitiCT of Brown Cotton*: 

3 (foeuperg^MofTtotogeaadCtote; 

AU of which we )*sr lo)v. vovean; 

au24 *^»IN80N, MARTIN K CO. 

Dr. W. B. Johnston* 

IT AM remove)! hie ofliee to J^ereoa at.-eet. three deots 
n Em ol Jkckion. He egaro sohotta the i uronage of 
tba pubhe. Me kuepe para metHaiase and praJm* ewy 
tom pound his patrons lequirea. ' 



flope Foindiy, 



maw STREET, BIT. THIRTEENTH lAND 
rOURmVTH 
K.*171SWlt#l#e* KY.* 
toAMUPACTOKY of Vemtoto toi FrenM. Roto 
1 vl was, toauw *ed Wsstow tlidias, H<to*. TYu)«e#, 
Oehaua^amlMI oTOer deacnpcteti df Afhiieotarai Wi>rk 
w I toiia^ /Am>. a v ai im p if tninirm t)*r Isms kail- 
ng, Pt*iKto. Ke. Iran ) Vmdartluf Figue trom 2 to 34 



SITVATIOM WAN’S bp. 

^*9 ‘*** '**•“ *»»•» eountry. that has a 

re anif wealthy coniiwti^ end hw ae vtoal tn^ 
lUars st hie commanA He also can giv* Uia beet 
■eocesiaregMbtohonaaiy.raduetry, and sob^ 

I pretors n situation in e Wholoeale Dry Good* 
y wD.tig Store. Any »moQ wishing to employ 
Jl plesn P«« Otoe.’LouieJiiwi, 

MMWJ Aag,«UN,m 



WILL 

•y,)leU) 



’a'.Ww 










UOlilSVI U.K JT'*KS_ 

L O C I S V I L K K : 

JOHN it. k JUU* V. NOIM.B. «OmiM 



DK^UtRlTIC 



|P<.>R PRKSIDKNT, 

'JAMES BOCHANAN, 

‘ OF PKKNSVLVANIA. 
roR riCK PRKSIDEXT, 

JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, 

OF KENTFCKY 



H«SE, 



Electoral Ticket; 

MF\ir tkt Siote 0 t \<nrg* — HON. ELIJAH 
fJ^CuL. JOHN W 

2:^XS^BOlWKW.wn 

i-X*^-BKRlA^MAOOFFIN. 

D. RKBD. 

/5^-R- W. WOOLLEY. 
^kDutr^ -R. H. STANTON. 
r^A ^n^- HlRAM KELSEY. _ 

THURSDAY::::: :::n::::^:S^ 18. 

ja«g« rpeet’fc at fc»la«at.«, 

Tbe «puUitio« of Jutlg* Hite drew togetl»er ft 
Ur«e ftftdienoft, «i«HO.ftd of both politic*! p*r- 
tirt ftt EmiDonoe oft Tueftdfty. Mr. RoRW ^ . 
Hftufton, the u»ogt noted of tbe k n. orfttorft, 
w*» on hftftd to reply to him, *nd ftt tome very 
grave fcl.-^oodi ft« beiftg circulftted to tbe effect 
thftt Judije Hftftc wftt unwilling to ditcutt tbe 
lUUM with tbit young m*». it mfty be well 
enough very briefly to ttute tbe drcumtUftceft 
«e tbey reftlly *«. »nd tor the uuth of which 
ibe writer oi ihit article can vouch, a« he had 
peraooal cognitance of tbe facte. Jadge Hite 
did not, at it ftlleged, refute to divide lime e^juftUy 
with Mr. Haatoft.Oft. tbe ronlrary, the propori- 
tioo to divide time equally wat offered from 
Judge Uifte to Mr. Hantoft in tbe presence of Col. 
Uumphrev Manball, Mr. Robt. Mallory, of Old- 
tiam, Ool! Wbilely, one of tbe editors of the 
Louiftvilte Journal, and other membert of tbe 
L n. party. Mr. Hanton emphatically refuted 
to accept the propoeition. Thii refutal of Mr. 
Hauaoft wft« followed by tbe ufual ditcourtetiee 
and indecaaciw cufttoiuary with the k. n. party 
of tbit State. The ground upon which prepart- 
uona for tbe tpeaking bad been made, were re. 
tuced to Judge Hite, and others had to be pro- 
cured. We expect those faltehoods which were 
inaugurated in the Journal of yesterday will go 
the rounds of the k . n . press of the Sute. Know 
Nothing editors will not shrink from th* publi- 
cation of the moet deliberate and wilfal lies. 

Oreat as is the reputation of Judge Hiss as an 
orator and logieiftn, his speech surpassed the ex- 
pectations of bis auditors. Even the most blt- 
tef and bigoted of the Know Nothingft present 
gave to it a respectful attention, and acknowl- 
edged its great ability. A number of gentle- 
men acknowledged that all their doubts as to 
what conrftc ought to be pursoed in the pending 
crisis had bees removed by his overwhelming 
argument, and declared their intenbon to vote 
tor Buchanan and Breckinridge. 

Tbe people are turning out in large numbers 
to bear Judge Hise, and wbenevei be speaks 
numeroos converts are being made to the Demo- 
cratic faith. 

Th«» New York Tribune boastingly de- 
clares that almost all the “religious” press are 
out tor tbe Black Republican canse, and adds: 

'*£> 0(41 a movement as is now witnessed in tbe 
Northern religious press is unprecedented.” 

It is suggested that tnose old Democrats who 
rcinemljftT ibe day s of Jefferson, also recollect 
liow it ass attempted to arm all the religious 
seuuuient ot the country against him. He was 
a<-cused of tbe most atrocious purposes; it was 
( barged that he intended to have all tbe Bibles 
lu tbe (xiuntry burnt; and tbe so-called religious 
press, with the same charming simplicity that 
they now exhibit, joined in shrieking sgaiost tbe 
Democratic |**rtv. But tbe Democratic party 
triumphed, nevertbeleaft, and the memory of 
Jeffers jn is revered when tae memory ef bis 
de.fanicrs (‘‘religious ’ or otherwise) stinks in the 
nostrils ut tlie people. So it will be sgsin. 
^ ears bence the “frecdofti shriekers” of to-day 
a ill lie as odious as the old Hartford conven- 
tionitf. 



Daiiswcratic Hwlly wt catrr | 

Eorrofts Tints: — l^ast Saturday w-te a proud 
day with tbe Democracy at this place. It wa* 
tbe day act apart by the ‘ Young Detnoc racy” 
for raiainir a m ignifiocnt j»ole, and Scott (’after 
and Mr. Hale, of Vevay, lud., were iavited to 
addiiias the assemLit'd mulliude, a bich was large, 
and oompoaed of fb-uiocrAts from both sides of 
the «*hio river, thereby illnstratiog and proving 
the entire nationality and perfect unanimity of 
the Democratic |»arty in tlic free and slave States 
and their devotion to the Uniun and tbe Con- 
stitution. 

Immediately atter the dinner, tbe pule was 
raised and a beautiful flag and streamer flung to 
tbe breeze. The above named speakers being in 
aitendanra were loudly tailed fur, and soon Capt. 
Scott Carter appeared upon the stand, and fur 
about one hour be poured hot shot into the 
eoemy’a camp, and proved beyond all dispute 
that tbe Democracy ure now the only National 
party, and Mr. Buchanan tbe only man who can 
now' be elected, who will, or can preserve tbe 
Union and tbe Constitution. 

Mr. Hale then took the stand, and a more 
effective speech of the kind it has seldom it ever 
been our good fortune to liear. He showed that 
bs possesasd tbe wisdom which enabled him to 
adapt himself to the times and circumstances, 
to effect tbe greatest possible amount of good. 
His speech was reeeiv^ with frequent and tfaun- 
daring applause. As we believe, a good and 
lasting impression was mad* upon tbe minds of 
tbe multitude. 

Great credit is due to tbe “Young Democracy” 
of this place and vicinity for leading tbe way in 
this happy demonstration; and may otbem, tired 
by their noble example, will go and do likewise. 

I cannot cJose without speaking of the noble 
part acted by thoee ladies who got up our beauti- 
ful flag and streamer, and cheered us with their 
presence. They showed themselves to be worthy 
danghten of their pious and patriotic mothers, 
who in the darkest days of our country’s peril, 
cheered our fathers on to victories, and thus 
secured for tbemarlvee and their posterity the 
most sacred liberties. May tbe principica of the 
Democracy triumph, and may t^rs be a bright 
future. OLD-LINER. 

Tax Fmar m CiftciSNan. — The Cincinnati En- 
qairer of yesterday, has the following article 
relative to tne conflict of the editor of that paper 
with the editor of the Commercial; 

After his flouriabes on previuos oocnssiuns, as 
to his responsibility for ^ that appeared ia the 
Commercial, we indulged die hope that our con- 
troversy with the editor of that paper would 
have bm determined in another less pnblic and 
more effective mode than by a discussion in tbe 
papers. Bat the card of Mr. Reed indicates his 
choioa of a forum in which we have an invinci- 
ble repugnance to discuss such affairs, and we 
shall, therefore, dismiss the subject with a single 
obaervation. 

Having been duly uotiffed in person of our de- 
termination to hold him responsible for personal 
abuse, we bad every reason to believe that, after 
pabliabing anything of that nature. Mr. Reed 
would be arm^ and prepared to resist tbe con- 
sequences. But for this beliri*, the small cane 
which, though lightly applied, shivered in tbe 
hand of tbe user, would have been dispensed 
with, though Mr. R. had a similar means of de- 
fense, and if by no means tbe inferior of his as- 
sailant in physical power. Mr. R. attributes to 
“cowardice” what be owes to fbrliearance. 
When be propoees to test tbe truth, either of this 
or of tbe other false auertiotu of his card relative 
to tbe character and condnrtof tbe editor of this 
paper, he will be promptly met and faily dealt 
with. 



^.Laat week an old negro man was run off 
from Gibaon Mallory, Esq., of this county. He, 
as well as tbe white man who bad him in'charge, 
were caught ia Bloomington, Indiana, and ai^ 
rested. Tba negro, after a trial, was ordered to 
be taken back, but a conductor on the railroad 
refused to take him on the cars. Officer Seay 
was sent on and be brought tbe tbe negro back. 
^ Tbe white man has been committed, in default 
j of giving bail in $500, to answer a charge of kid- 
napping.— JowmoJ iff Monday. 

^e Journal only tells half tbe story. If it 
had not been for the National Democrats, who 
determined to tee tbe law executed, it is probable 
Mr. Mallory never would have recovered bis ne- 
gro. Tbe Fremonters and Fillmoreitee did all 
they could to secure the escape of the slave, and 
it was the Democrats alone who stood by and 
protected Mr. Mallory, Know Nothing though he 
was. It is such inddenu as these that go to 
show what kind of men tbe diflierent parties 
North are composed of, and tbey should not be 
lost on Southern men. — Obwrier.' 



lHMr.ysE GaTaKaixa at Haroixsvillk. — T here 
were between three and four thousand persons 
at the mass lueeiing and barbecue at Hardina- 
>ille, on Saturday last. Tbe enthusiasm was 
unbounded. Speeches were make by Hon. Eli- 
jah Hise and Hon. A. G. Talbot, and by Mes- 
srs. Littlepage, -Kavanaugh and otbers.^Tbe 
bone and sinew of Shelby, Anderson and Frank- 
lin counties were present, and tbe all pervading 
sentiment thronghont tbe multitude was that 
Kentucky must and should be carried for tbe 
Democratic ticket by a large majority. 



Another Lie Nailed. — A Mr. Bates, of Cali* 
romia, lately delivered a speech out Weat, in 
w bidi be stated that certain Democrats (wiled on 
John C. I'remont, several months ago, to induce 
him to permit bis name to be used as tbe Demo- 
cratic candid ite for the Presidency, and that Mr. 
F. dedined, on tlie ground that be differed with 
that party on tbe alavary question. Tbe men 
implicated in this imaginary transaction have 
pronounced the statement false, and tbe New 
Voric Times has tbe honesty to ackiowledgv 
Bates lied. We shall see what courae tbe Louis- 
\ille ./c/r/rMoJ will pursue, after making quite a 
flourish over Katef* story. 

^S^Tbe know-nothing editors who are oen- 
■uriftg Mr. BtucftciuiruDCE for making a speech 
in reaponse to tba call of his coontrymen while 
uu his way to the Tippecanoe battle ground, for- 
get their course on fonn«’ occasions and boldly 
strike at him as though tome new wonder had 
come to light, as tboagh the precedent had never 
been established. In speaking ot this an ex- 
cLange says: 

“Tbey Lad ao word of censure for Geo. Har- 
naon when a oaodidata for tbe Prtmdeney be ad- 
dresaad the people of Ohio on one occaaion at 
Ifwst ia 1840, nor of Oen Scott whan be travel- 
led far and was ao charmed by the ‘tweet Irish 
bjogue’ and tbe ‘German accent.’ Using tbs 
words of the National Itelligenoer we reply to 
tbe know-nothing organa, ‘Pnblic censors Aonld 
not only be sure o( Uwrir facta as to tbe present, 
but should cultivate their meLwriei as to tbs 
past.’ 

Frwa the New Orieem Picavuae, iota. 

A«wwl*l*mai Imtalllremcw* 

Tbs Plaqnemine (Iberville pariah) Sentinel, of 
Saturday last, says botii town and pariah aj^iear 
to be nansually healthy for the aeMon. 

The Richmond (Madiaoa pariah) Jooanal of 
Friday last, aaya: 

Tbe effects of the late rains upon the cotton 
crap are plainly diacemiblc now. The weed 
hat grown very large, and haa thrown off ite 
forms and aquarsa, until there ia acaicely any- 
thing tef.. Experienced planters are of opinion 
that the crop ft fully one-third short of last year. 

We continue to bear complaints of the wrom! 
Tbey are not m yet in aefleient aombers to do 
much in the way of stripping tbe piMt. The 
boll worm, jurt now, seems to be doing tbe most 
mischief. 

The Homer (Claitwme 
the Msfa nit., says; 

We regiet to learn that the drouth which has 
ez^ here all this month, is beginning serious- 
ly to affect the cottoa crop, causing the young 
•lad trader forms and bolls to fisll off fo 
(pianlities. The boU wurm, ton we uaderstaai 
mat work, doing eoaatdeniUe daasage. ' 

Novm. Rec.ps.— S omebody, whp is evidently 
“posted ap” ia focal mauars, sends us tbe iol- 
lowing recipe for raduclag rents : 

“Si«ct aa eagioo-hause ia a daeeat aeighhor^ 
faaod, 1st it hare bunks and a good ridewalk lor 
chain, and ia less ihaa ao Mm there will L* a 
*amp^'” 



Tbe Memphis Tenn. Express says: 

“ believe that we have full five hundred 
vuten who preter Fremont to either Fillmore or 
Buchanan ia this city and county; and would 
cast their votes for him, in pretereaoe to either 
of the ether candidates for the Presidency, pro- 
rided there was a Fremont ticket in the State.’ 
For the credit of Memphis we trust this is a 
mistake. 



Tax Lovi of Dress. — T lie love of dress ia rapi- 
ly gaining ground in this country. “Rigolette,” 
tbe correspondent of the Petersburg Express, in- 
formed it a few days since, tliat one lady at tbe 
Montgomery White Sulphur had two hundred 
dresMS, another one hundred and fifty, another 
seventy-five. 



'^I^The Democracy of Harrison county, Ky., 
have presented J. H. Johnson, of the Cynthiaan 
Age, with a gold watch, worth $250, “as 
slight token of tbair high appreciation of tbe 
manner in wnicb, as editor of the Age, he has 
conducted that paper.” 

It is a beautiful present, and richly merited by 
Mr. Johnaou. 

Fatal Aocideht.— M r. G. A. Hite, an estima- 
ble young man employed in tbe Flag office, Paris, 
met with a fetal accident on Saturday last. He 
was standing on the cars of tbe freight train of 
the Cov. A l^x. R. R., when hU head came in 
(xiUision with a bridge just below Paris, break- 
ing his neck, and causing instant death. 



(Prom the Bavxanali Ueorr'torJ I 

Mr. X lllwiwr* wiiff the aiMearre •( ' 

crlttentfeh ana ms man. I 

Mr. Ward's Augusta denunciation of Mr* j 
Fillmore’s course towards the American follow- | 
m of Ixipez, is made the subject of a long aricle ! 
ill tha Republic ot yesterda)'. lU drift is 1o ' 
show tliat for Democrats to condemn Mr. Pill | 
more’s action in ri^aid lo t the invadeii of Cu- ' 
ba, is to coniuit tnemselTe and Mr. Boebauan I 
to ftililrnttenem, and to o{ipoaition to the rnforci- 
inent of the neutiality laws. ! 

The answer to all this is very simple. To the 
issuing of Mr. Fillmore’s Cuba proclamation 
Democrats never objected . 1 1 was the monstrous 
tarins in which it was conened that tbey de 
nounred in 1851, and tHur denounce If Mr. 
Fillmore had reason to lielieve that Ameriran.s 
in the spriug of 1851 were organizing an expe- 
dition to participate in the revolnlkm of Cnba, 
in opposition to onr laws, lie was right in taking 
legal steiis «o prevent tliem. He was right in 
uotitving them (by proclamation, or otherwise) 
that they ex|K>aed themselves to tbe penalties of 
the act which fixed ibcir punishmeut at a fine 
“not exceeding three thoosand dollars, and im- 
prisonment not more than three years.” Thus 
much has been done by Gen. Pierce — the same 
under similar circumstances, will, nnqnestiona- 
bly, lie done by Mj Buebanvn as President. 

But was Mr. Fillmore content with tbe simple 
disdiarge of his duty? The answer is no. He 
went a step further — yet, a long way farther. 
He denounced these men, by public proclama- 
tion issued on the eve of their departure, as pi- 
rates. He said their expedition was an adven- 
ture for “plunder and robbery.” 

Now, need we say this language was false as 
it WHS cruel and igniting? Were the gallant 
Crittenden and his fellow martyrs to liberty a 
band of robber*? Was his object and theirs 
plunder? Who of all Fillmore’s followers dare 
say it? And what was the consequence? This: 
when Crittenden and bis followers were captured 
and tbe American Consul was requested to inter- 
pose in their behalf, and secure the trial guamn- 
teed to all Americans by oar treaty with Spain, 
be “took the ground that they had been declared 
outlaw* by Mr. Fillmore" (we quote from the 
record before ns; ) and he should not interfere in 
the matter. And, indeed, what could the Consul 
do? Tbe Captain (jieneral had before him the 
roclamation of the President ot the United 
Itates. According to that proclamation these 
brave young men were “robbera,” to be shot 
down like dogs. By it they were put without 
tbe protection of their government; more — they 
were pat beyond the pale of tbe law of nations. 
But for that proclamation a regular trial mi^t, 
and would, have been obtained for them. De- 
lays would have intervened between them and 
their fate. Tbe result, it is more than probable, 
would have been in their case as in that of others 
— temporary imprisonment aud final deliverance. 
But not they were pirates- robbers— enemies of 
the human racs — Uteir lives were forfeited, and 
all men bad a right to shoot them as wild b^ts, 
or mad dogs! Such was the effect and meaning 
of tbe proclamation. 

Now, we assert that tbe proclamation was both 
false in fact and false in law. These men were 
not robbers and pirates in faet\ they were not 
robbera and pirates in law. As no man (but Mr. 
Fillmore) will dare to aflSrm the first clause of tha 
proposition, we will not argue it. For tbe as- 
sertion that tbey were not legally pirates and 
robbera, and consequently did not put themselves 
without the protection of the law of nations, our 
anthority is DANIEL WEBSTER. 

It is not forgotton that in 1837, certain Ameri- 
can citizens went into Canada to tbe assistance 
of tbe inhabitants of that province, then engaged 
in, or contemplating a revolution. In the course 
of the correspondence which grew ont of those 
differences, Mr. Fox, the British Minister, was so 
unfortunate as to cbaracteriM these men as 
“pirates.” In reply Mr. Websteer used this 
Ungoage; 

“Her Majesty’s <3overnment'are pleased also to 
speak of those American cititens who took part 
with persons in Canada, engaged in an insur- 
rection against the British Government, as 
“American pirates.” Tbe undersigned does not 
admit tbe propriety or justice of this designation. 
If citizens of the United States fitted ont, or were 
Migaged in fitting out, a military expedition 
against the United States intended [to act against 
the British (Jovernment in Canada, they were 
clearly violating the laws of their country, and 
exposing themselves to the just consequences 
whicJi might be inflicted on them, if taken with- 
in the British dominions. But, notwithstanding 
this, they were certainly not pirates; nor does the 
undersigned think that it can advance the pur- 
pose of their fair and friendly discussion, or bai- 
ten the accomdation of national difficulties, so to 
nomniate them. Their offence, whatever it 
was has no analogy to cases of piracy. Suppos- 
ing all that is alleg^ against them to be true, 
they were taken part in what they regarded aa a 
civil war, and they were taking a part on the 
side of the rebris. Surely England herself has 
not regarded (lersons thus engaged as deserving 
♦.he appellation which her Mejesty’s Government 
bestows on these citizens of tl^ United States. 

“It is quite notorious that, for the greatest part 
of the last two centuries, subjects of the British 
crown have been permitted to engage in foreign 
wars, both national and civil, and in the latter 
in every stage of their progressr and yet it has 
not lieen imagined that England has, at any 
time, allowed her subjects, to turn pirates. In- 
deed, in our times, not only have individaal sub- 
jecta of that crown gone abroad to engage in 
civil wars, but tee have teen whole regiment* openly 
recruited, embodied, armed, and dieeiplined in Eng- 
land, with the avowed purpoee of aiding a rebel- 
lion againet a nation with which England wae ot 
peace." 

As to the legal rights of the Canada expedi- 
tionists and Crittenden’s men they ware in a pre- 
cisely analogous positioB Mr. Webster said 
“It is well known to Mr. Fox that authorities 
of tbe highest eminence in England, living and 
dead, have mentioned that the general law qf na- 
tione doe* not /orbuithe •cilizens or tubject* q/* one 
government from taking part in the civil commotions 
of another ” 

The conclusion in tbe light of this authority 
and tbe American neutrality act, which declared 
Crittenden’s band guilty of no more than “high 
misdemeanor,” punishable with tine and impris- 
onment — tbe conclusion, we say, is, that Mr. 
Fillmore, in his effort to enforce law, beaame its 
transgressor as really as tbe men whom he vil- 
lified. It was a high-banded stretch of power — 
outrageous itself, terrific in its consequences — 
that proclamation denouncing Ajnericans as 
banded together for robbery and plunder. 



SlevausaM^a A|>i^*in»iueKta« 

Gal. John W. S^eveoauu, Democratic, Elector 
tor the State at large, will address tbe people of 
the Second and Tliird Congressional distriite at 
Ibe following liiueii and places, viz. 

MtiafordsvUle, Wednesday, Ck’t. 8. 

Glasgow* Thursday, Oct. D. 

TonpkinsviUe, Friday, Oct. 10. 

Jamestown, Saturday, Oct. 11. 

SeottsTiile, Monday, CK^t. 13. 

Bowling Green, Tuesday, Oilober 14. 
Woodbiirn, W^aesday, Oct. 15. 

Franklin, Thur;iday, Oct. 10. 

Adairsville, Friday, Oct. 17. 

Trenton, Saturday, Oct. 18. 

Garrettsburg, Monday, Oct. 20 . 

Hopkinsville, Tuesday, Oct. 21. 

PeterslMirg, Wednesday, Oct. 22, 

Madisunville, Thursday, Oct, 23. 

Greeavllle. Friday, Oct. 24. 

Calhoun, Saturday, Oct. 25. 

Henderson, Monday, ()ct. 27. 

Owensboro, Wednt^ay, Oct. 29. 

Hawesville, Friday, Oct. 31. 

Let ua have mass meetings and barbecues at 
every convenient point, and get the people to- 
getlii^ in crowds to hear our distingnished 
Elector. 



SPECIAL NOTICES. 






New Arrival of Fall and Winter 



The Richmond Enquirer says the Hon. 
John M. BoCts, who is (tumping Virginia for 
Fillmore, “can be convicted of Black Republi- 
canism on the evidence of his own declaration, 
in the speech which he recently delivered," in 
Richmond. It says, “the speech will be pub- 
liabed, and that if Botta is not arrested under 
the act for tbe suppression of incendiary lan- 
guage, tbe law is either a dead letter or uur 
prosecuting attorneys are not truetotbeir duties.” 

A Gtoon Hotel. — T be Frankfort Hotel, under 
tbe charge of J. B. Wasson, Frankfort, Ky., is 
one the beet aranged hotels in the West. Tbe 
house is well furnished, and the table consists of 
the vary best tbe markets affords. Persons going 
up tbe railroad wiU always get a good meal and 
be finely treated by calling on Mr. Wassun. 



^I^Tbe Albauy Journal, of S^t. 6th, givi 
ao account of a collision on tbe Mew York Cen- 
tral Railroad in which six men '.rete killed. — 
Among tbe list of tbe killed we find tbe name 
of Robert Boaz, of Carlisle, Ky. 



^ 1 ^ At Harrison Lake, Wisconsin, lately, a 
sportsman on abooting a duck in tbe lake was 
horrified to see a man spring forward and Call 
on tbe beadi near by. It appears that tbe ball 
■truck a wavs and bounded back in a line vary 
Ingonly about fifteen degrees from whence it 
started, and passed through tbe heart of tbe man 
who Ml, killing him instantly. 

Cav’t Sax BOW Bochahab cab be Elected.— 
This is is a starreotyped saying of Know-Nothing 
editors. We nre not surprised that they can’t 
see bow Buchanan can bs elscled. We should 
be surprised if they could see aaything, after 
Lving nearly two years in a dungeon, with no 
other light but a dark lantern. 



parish) Advocate, of 



CoHOBMuesR raoM Maimk. — T be members of 
Congress elsct from this State are John M. Wood, 
Charles J. Gillnma, N. Abbate, Freeman Morse, 
Israel Washburne, and S. C. Foster, all Repub- 
licans, bMDg a Democratic loss of one member. 



( Altoe.— Ad eiaction for city officers was brid 
on Tnesdaj last, ia Alton, lU. Capt. Joseph 
Brown, a Whig, acting with the National Dem- 
ocrats, was elected Mayor by 54 majority. 

tT Mr. Harding, of Looisiana, brother-in-law 
of ax-8ecrstary Oonrsd, died suddenly at Red 
Sweet Springs, V*., on the 8th inst. 

Prince Albert’s 37th birth day was cal- 
tbrated in London on the 36tb of August, 



Froui Ibe Federal Uniou. 

THEIR VICTORIES TURNED TO ASHES 
ON THEIR LIPS. 

Tbe New Orleans Crescent, au ultra Know 
Nothing paper, thus speaks of the action of the 
Black ^publican House of Representativea ; 

“Tbe Senate cannot recede. Well, it is better 
tbe bill should fail than that tbe fanatics should 
snoceed in their reckless and infamous designs. 
If it does fail, and tha army is disbanded, our 
military establishments broken up, and our 
Western frontiers handed over to Indian pillage 
and massacre, the responsibility will attach to 
and crush the soulless Abolitionists who have 
caused the evil.” 

“Soulless Abolitionists” — ah, indeed, Mr. 
(Crescent I Last year the same “soulless Abo- 
litionists” were “glorious American triumphs” 
in New Hampshire, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Ac. 
We charge home on the Know-Nothing party, 
and nobody else, the sins of tbe present House of 
Representatives. Tbe large majority for the 
Know-Nothings on that floor was achieved by 
Know-Nothing votes, given by men as Know- 
Nothings; it was achieved by the. defeat of na- 
tional Democrats who bad been true to the South, 
true to tbe (fonatitation and the Union. We ar- 
raign tbe Know-Nothing party before tbe coun- 
try, and charge it with filling Congress with 
“soulless Abolitionists” — with disunionists and 
revolutionists— and the withering corse of every 
patriot in the land ahould fell upon it. It may 
be TOTy ingenioa on the part of Southern Know- 
Nothings to endeavor to eecuipe from their present 
dilemma fty distinguishing between Know-No- 
things ana those men who are endeavoring to 
ruin the country, deeignating the latter as Black 
Republicans. Black Kepublicans tbey may ba, 
but they were nothing more nor lees than Black 
Eepublicans when th^ were borne into power 
on tbe rinng wave of Know-Nothingism. They 
have not changed their prindplea — tbey bold to 
be as good haters of foreigners as the editors of 
the Orescent — they sing the tone “Americans 
must rule Am«ica,” just as vigorously and 
earnestly as tbs Crsscent dose ! And they do 
not abate one jot or tittle of the “soulless” Ab- 
olitionism, which tbey ever have cheriabed and 
maintained. If the House of Representatives is 
a disorganixing and revolutionary body, tbe 
Know-Nothing party ia responsible for it--Sonth 
as well as North, That ps^y, be it understood, 
ia DOW before tbe country a^ing for MUl^rd 
Fillmore the suffrsgaa of tbe Aoterican people. 
It is tbe same party, feHow-ciliseus of Georgia 
that filled Congreas with Abolitioniata. Having 

S ained control of one branch of the government, 
aey now aeek to (dace one of their number in 
tba executive chair of the nation. Never did a 
more hurtftil organixation breathe tbe breath of 
life than this Know-Nothihg party. It has car- 
risd in its train nothing but etrii, aud pqoitant 
evil. Its cursed rule has brought tbe country 
into untold dangers, and if it ia not crosbad out 
of existence it will bring dvii war and a disso- 
lution of Ute Union upon us in less than twelve 
monlha. 

Raokiho OCT. — Tbe German club in tba fourth 
ward of tbe dty of New York, which has been 
aupportin| Fremont, has backed out of tbe ne- 
gro-worshipping party, and gone over to Bncb- 



menmona, Haaison county, rrioay, oej 
Irvine. Estill county, Saturday, Sept. 27 
West Liberty, Morgan county, Monday, Sept.29 
* ■ ' y,0ct. 1 



Horn. B* L* oinrkeva AppnlnUsaeBts. 

Hon. B. L. Clarke will addreM the citisens of 
Kentucky at the following times and places, upon 
the political Uaues involved in the preeidential 
contest; 

Liberty, Casey county, Tuesday, Sept. 23 
Stanford, Lincoln county, Wednesday, Sept. 24 
l4incaster, Garrard county, Thursday, Sept. 25 
Richmond, Madison county, Friday, Sept. 26 
uay, Sept. ‘ 

;y, Monday, 

Paiutsville. Johnson county, Wednesday, 
Preelonburg, Floyd county, Thursday Oct. 2 
PikevUle, Pike county, Friday, Oct. 3 
Wbitesburg, Letcher county Monday, Oct. 6 
Hazard, Perrey county, Tuesday, Oct. 7 
Jackson, Breathitt county, Wednesday, Oct. 8 
Manchester, Clay county, Thursday, C^. 9 
lyondon, Laruel county, Friday, Oct. 10 
Mt Vernon, Rockcastle ro., Saturdirt, Oet. 11 
Somerset, Pulaski county, Monday, Oct. 13 
Nonticello, Wayne county, Tuesday, Oct. 14 
Jamestown, Russell co., Wednesday, Oct 15 
Columbia,. Adair county, Thursday, Oet. 16 
Glasgow, Barren coun^, Friday, Oet. 17 
Elkton. To(^ county, 'Taesday, Oct. 21. 
Brownsville^ Edmonson co., Saturday Oct. 25 
IJtcbfield, (Srayaon co., Monday, Oct. 27. 
HON: 

Will address tbe people at tbe following timea 
and places. 

Hopkinsville, Chriatiau oo., Monday, “ 22 

Elkton, Todd co., Tuesday, “ 23 

Russellville, Logu co., Wed’sday “ 24 

Bowlinggreen, Warren co., Thursday, “ 25 

Franklin, Simpson co., Satnrday, “ 27 

Scottsville, Allen co., Monday, “ 29 

Tompkinsville, Monroe co., Tuesday, ‘ ‘ 30 

Glasgow, Barren co , Wed'aday Oct. 1 

Greensburg, Green co., Thuraday, “ 

Columbia, Adair co., Friday, “ 

Campbells ville, Taylor co., Saturday, “ 

Lebanon, Marion co., Monday, “ 



FEVERS. 

( HuSilfn rlia»(e» from bot ui cold, front dry to wet j 
’ weathrr. are (Veqnently prodiietlee of roMs. rongh*. i 
pdioaintlte limb*, Inmlafo iiiituenzaa, ar. At every | 
sudden rhatife, pereone who f««-l pain-*, andwhoae ly;* ' 
teius feel the inttueace of tbe*ie chausrii sbouU foriity I 
(heir ayatni* araiii:*t any dUaetrons ell^cta, by KAO ' 
WAV’H UKLIkK nod KEOtrLA'J'OKB. dec doae o( , 
KtiOt/LATOKS will, if taken In »ea*«>ii, fre* 4 uenily aaae 
(be patient trow ■erit/ua auwk* nt Fever either acmrlet 
or 'i'ypboid Fever. KAIlVl AV’S KKI.IKF and 
I.ATORA havebeen pmuonnerd. in Tropical l 
lo oe the moM rale, apeedy and eMeeuve ineihud 
meni lu all kirnla m Keven. 

In wet, damp weoUicr, persons troubled with Kheunia 
u<ni abould ran the paru* well with K.AUW.AY’H KBAOY ! 
KKLlKF.and take a (ood du*ie of REUIIL ATOKH. As | 
•oon as the KFLll^F has been applied, the pnin wil ! 
'-‘ease, and aa aoon u tlie KKUUl.ATOUti befiii lo art ! 
a heaiiby eiroulation ot the blood will b« oalabustied, | 
and allimtaiinf haaiours be eipelled. I'ouinacbe, Ne | 
nralgia. Pains in tbe Face and Hend. are infelanily re- 
moved by auappiioaiiOB of the KEAUY RKi.lKF. 

“RAUWAY’8 K. K. KKMKOIBS are told by drug 
(MU. merebante and vtnrefceepers, in every city, town 
vUlase, and H comeni, in tbe UiiiunI duaev and Uriusb 
AiBerica(( laeldi UADVVAVai'U. 



4:i9. 



at the old STA.MD OF 

C&; T. 

Main M.. b«(. Fifth and Nixtii. 439 . 

Louisville, Kentucky. 




he exrelled. 

AijM aaup.roif iitockoi ready made okithuif of oar own laaaatactiire. wbrcb.mioea 
rabiUty, are wortfi tne aaeniion of boyen*. 



mo. 



jr. 



FALL (1UTHL\G. 

M. ARMSTRONG, 



1856 . 



Ns. 



Teaiimony of Sfr. Edward H. Rowley, of the turn 
Rowley, Aahbarner a Co., Norib tVharvea, in prooi 
of the edteacy ol Wilbama’a Aali liy,- peptic EUxir: 

PMILAOaLrHlA. 

Ma. JaMis WiLUAHa— Dear dll- I take pleasure m re 



49«t Nartte-toaat Caraar at r«avsa aadl fteasa ssiaatn, 

H.A.S NOW IN STORE A MOST ELBGA.NT STOCK OF 

GENTF.EMENS’ FASHIONABLE CLOTHING 

JF'Tji.r'ia.istLiii.g- OoodLs. 

VOIITHS’ AN1> CHILDkJSNS’ t'LOTBING! 



xe pleasure m re I SBIHTB, HOMfilRY, UHDBR-WffAH. Skc 

coaamendiuf your Anti Dyapeptic tliur. k.r the enreo i 'liHOAKin waul ot riefani ready made goodi will St d a tell vtock at 
Uyapepvia. [have taken it myself lor tbe dtaeaM, and ! 1 eepi7,Kw 



bare been entirely rnred. 

Y our.*, reapectiully. 
No. It, North \VTtarves. 



M. .AEMimtONtt'll. 

'i and ■am 



E.ll KOVVI.KY, 
Jolodly 



• orner foartJ^ 

ISAAC WOLF 



DWAED A. PRSUSS, 

Apothecary, infuruM lua old Iheada and cihii<*meit iha 
be atiU keepH Ma weil-koowa l>ruf Store at the old ataiol 
on Market atreet between 'tVnih and Kieveatb, and Sat 
oonalanlly on hand a Itill mpply of pure and fteah Uruya 
and .Medicinea. 

Ptayaiciana and familiea may be atwurod of getiinf ibei 
preaertpouna and Ihmily nedieinea put up with the uiumw 
care and of genuine materiaia. 

Alau, Painta, (hU, Window Ulaw, VarnialU's, Sc., by 
beq aandiy. _ febi_ 

COAB.I CUAS.v 

t NOWkeepau agency Pir tbe tale of PitlAburgb Co 
P«ra*«a in want of agood article, will do wall to app 
attbeatore.eoraerol FCIh and (freea ou-eta. 
noM JAMB.'' FldHF.K. Agent. 



FJXL CXtOTHlNG. 1856, 



ABE KAHN 

1586 _ 

JNT db "WOX.aF', 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

AND WHOLESALE DEALIILS I.N 

RKADV i^lADK f'LOTHL\CJv 

Cwoxi.tloxxA.oxx’£» 

W F invita Ibe attvat.*Ni the UAde loeui l.uge ato*-k of rtuibing and '-enilmnenS FnrnAvbtng — ap an 
PraleM bayiDg in ihi- market will do well to <\.«m*ne onr Fall — * »e— — . • 



Wearheii a -*bar- ft pablic pmroaagn. 
.-•eplTdlm 



and Winter Ainek baflMt lookuia aieewbri* 

w »AHN 1 WOLF. 

. '*??^**^ bet. r*»nna and Fiaa. 



Bonnets. 



French, BngUali and American Boiineia, in every va 
ety of dpnng atyh», fur aale at Mra. J. A. BRATTI F.’H, ; 

mar M too FMiahjir^^ ! 

WlBUffNS! 

A complate atoek of elegant Pans Sibbuna, of all cut | 
ora, and (Vom 1> to < inches wide, at 
mam B B ATTI K’S, K» Fonnh 

rijVWKKM. 

A large aaaoitinent of splendid French Flowera, la all 
cotora, and choice Bridal Wreatha, at 






martz 



Springfield, Washington, co., Taesday, “ 
Harrodsburg, Mercer co., Wed’sday “ 
NicboUtsville, Jessamine oo., Thursday “ 
Richmond; Madison co., Friday, “ 
Winchester, Clark co., Saturday, “ 

Mt. Sterling, Montgomery co., Monday, 



West Liberty, Morgan co., 
Otringsville, Bath co., 

Car’ isle, Nicholas co., 
Gynthiana, Harrison co., 
(^i^town, Scott co., 
Owenton, Owen co., 

New Castle, Henry co.. 



Thursday, “ 
Thursday, “ 
Friday, “ 
Saturday “ 
Monday, “ 
Taesday, “ 
Wed’aday “ 



Hlsato AppoiMtaaasiSa. 

Hon. Blgab Hise, Democratic Elector for tbe 
State at large, will address maaa meetings of the 
people at the fbllowing timea and places, vix : 

Big Bone, Boone county. Sept. 23. 
Independence, Kenton county. Sept. 25. 
Alexandria, (jampbell county. Sept. 27. 
Germantown, Mason county. Sept. 30. 

Carlisle, Nicholas county, O^. 2 . 
Flemingsbnrg, Fleming county, Oct. 4. 
Owingsville, Bath county, Oct. 7. 

North Middletown, Bourt^ county, Oct. 9. 
Irvine, Estill county, Oct. 11. 

Somerset, Puladci connty, Oct. 16. 

Monticello, Wa^e county, Oct, 18. 

Columbia, Adajr county, Oct 21. 

Glasgow, Barren county, Oct. 23. 

Franklin, Simpeon county, (Jet. 25. 
lot us have large ma ss meetings to hear our 
able and distinguished Elector, and where it is 
posible baye barbecues, and pnxmre the services 
of other speakers also to address the people in be- 
half of our great cause. Democratic and friend- 
ly papers please copy. 

'^^,BIue Hass, and all other mineral com- 
pounds in the shape of pills, have been laid aside 
to make room for a better production from tbe 
vegetable kingdom in the shape of Hostetter’s 
S tomach BiUera. Tbea:* celebrated Ktters are 
entirely vegetable, and their combination of such 
a nature as to guarantee perfect safety in being 
used by both young and old, male and female, 
the latter in (Articular have received the moet 
salutary benefit from the use of these Bitters, 
when all other treatment from the most skillful 
hands have failed in restoring them from a state 
of debility to perfect health. 

For sale by Wilson, Starbird A Smith; J. B. 
Wilder, Lindenberger A Co.; Edwin Morris 
utclifle A Hughes; R. A. Robinson A Co.; J* 
M orris A Son; and by J.P. Thompson. jy30 

1*I7RE NATIVK waMES. 

SPARKLING CATAWBA. 

Uuarta anil pintu;) The Rival of the Freucii Champagni', 

OTILL CATAWBA. 

Corresponding to the German Hock Wines. 
“Parit’s” Sparkling and Still Catawba Wines. 
These wines have the highest character of any 
brands in the market; they took the award of the 
“Silver Medal” at the last Fair of the American 
Institute in New York. They are the Pure Juice 
of the Catawba Grape, grown on the limestone 
hills of Kentucky, and far more rich, delicious, 
and fruity in their flavor than any of the foreig^n 
brands. His StUl Catawba with ice, sugar, and 
lemons in the shape of cobblers, mues the 
most refreshing summer beverage known. 

J. P. THOMPSON, 74 Fourth st., bet. Main 
and Market, Louisville. 

JOHN D. PARK, 

N, E. corner Fourth and Walnut stieets, 
CiHciMKATi, Ohio, 

WHOLELALE DEALER IN ALL 

Geanine and Populajr Faauly illedl- 
Claes* 

NATIVE WINES, 

Combs, Brushes, Soaps, Perfumery, Shaving 
Creams, Pomades, Hair OUe Dyt*', 
and, Varieiv Ooode. 

LUBIN’S HANDKERCHIEF EXTRACTS: 
EDREHIS’ “ “ 

BAZIN’S (Roueell’s) “ “ 

HARRISON’S “ “ 

JULES HAUELS’ “ «• 

Oagawd*s ladia CliolaMewaa* 
FOR THE CURE OF FEVER AND AGUE, 
CHILL FEVER, DUMB AGUE INTERMIT- 
TENT AND REMITTENT FEVER, LIVER 
COMPLAINT, JAUNDICE, ENLARGEMENT 
OF THE LIVER, ENLARGEMENT OF THE 
SPLEEN, AND ALL THE VARIOUS FORMS 
OF BILLIOUvS DISEASES. 

This invaluable medicine| was prepared from 
an extensive practice of several years in a billi- 
ous climate, and is never known to fail of curing 
Fever and Auge, or any of the diseases aoove 
named. 

Price $1 per Bottle. Sold by 

JOHN D. PARK, 

Northeastcor, Fourth and Walnut sts., 
Oincinnati, O. 

DR. GUTSOTT’S IMPROVED EXTRACT OF 
YKLLOW IXX5K AND SARSAPARILLA, 

In quart bottles, 

FOB THE aXHOm* AXD PEBMairBirr OUHB or AXX 
DnxASBS kauaio pbom as impubx etatb 

or THE BUXtD, OB HABIT OF THE 
8 T ST E M . 

The beat Female Medicine known. Incipient 
Consumption, Barrenness, Lucorrhen or Whites, 
Irregular Menstruation, Inoontinenoe of Urine, 
and (general Gloomy state of Mind, are cured by 
Dr. Ouysott’s Extract of Yellow Dock and Sar- 
saparilla, which gives Immediate Relief by re- 
newing tbe Fountain of Health and Strength, 
the Blood. It Neutralizes bad Humors, Stops 
Unnatural Secretions, and Gives Healthy Action 
to all the Vital Powers. 

Sold by all Drogtrists. Price $1 per bottle, or 
six botles for $5. J- H. PARK, 

Northeast corner rourtb and Walnut sts., 
Cioduonti, Ohio. 

WISTAR'S BAIAAM OF WILD CHERRY, 

FOB THE UfSTAET BEUXF ABO RAPID CUBB OF 

ASTHMA, (X)NSDMPTION,COUG&S, COLDS, 
HOARSENESS, CROUP, AND ALLDIS- 
ORDERS OF THE LUNGS AND 
CHEST. 

Wistar’i Bajbam of Wiu) C'hebbt is tba beat 



BBATTIK»H lOO KoimifUevt. i 

EniBlaOIDEKIKS. 

Ktetaat KatbriHilered Uote’*, KuibroidereU Handkrr 
chielb, ChKneaeUM, CoUmn and (JiiderslewM, m 
wtartS BEATTIE’S 100 Founit w reel. 

EMFG31EKY 

Arood aoBurtaieut of Lubin’a Kxtracta Sne Boapo, and 
hoice Coamatica fur Eie Toilet, at | BBATTIE’B, 
jaiarXS too PonrU Street. 

A 

A beautlflil aaaortaient of ml P-iiat, Honitoa, Valea- 
eiannet, and Hageuer L.«ce, at BB.Al'I'lK’S, 

marXS loo Fotutta atreet. 

AlrtSE HATS. 

A new and bautifUl ardela of Latites’ Ikrvaa Hata, aaade 
rom the ftbre ot tlte Aloe, on sale at Mra. BKA ITIK’B, 
marSX too th atreet. 



COHHN. 

A large aupplrof new atrle Tuck Contta, Dresainf and 
rtne Ooaba, and Rair Bruata*n, at BBATTIK’B, 
mart! street. 



1856. FAUi OOODS! 1856. 

(SI'TCHER & MILLER. 

I.VSPVE'rEStS Aivo JteStEERft 0» 

Fancy Dress Goods, Silks, Ribbons, Bonnets 
TRIMMINGS. VELVETS. WHITE GOODS, 
Linens, Embroideries, Cloaks, Meriuoes, Hosiery, 
VARIETY GOODS, AND NOTIONS. 

W E invite the attention of nar cusioMeni and all buretw of gpodf lo our utock and prum ItSauv at our -- 

have been purrhaaed at the recent aacti«*n salea in New York, hr o*»a of the Stm, at paicais aveailv bahiw dZiII 
asked early in the season, thus enabiuig ua lo offer goods M the irads at such prieaa u* lo defy — -»rttitt tu — 

c Htix’Hia rit hili-m " 

BAMBERGER BROfRERS, ~ 

I.MPORTKRS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS I.V 

FANCY DRY GOODS, SILKS, EMBROIDERIES, ENGLISH, 

?'i*©notL etndL C3e©i*xx3La,ii. 

HOSIERY, CLOAKS, TALMERS, RIBBONS, A MILLINERY 
GOODS, NOTIONS, &c., &c. 

NORTH-WBST CORNER OF MAIN AND FIFTH STREETS, CP STAIMS, 

XaOXlJjBl'KT’lULO, 

(^VVe moat reapeetflilly calllhe aitenuon ni our trienda, and more rspeeiuliy the eountrv * .. i-—.. 

^well a,«jrted stock of Fall Havmg eonataatly a buyer m 

ffer such inducement* tn huyera in ihi* moikrt, by favoring ux with a call. a. lu mxura us thra MUfumkBa 



Coal! Coal! 

TflK underaigned keep ronataHily un band ba bat 
guallty of Putaburgli UoaJ at the lowest pnee. 

Office at the lower City Coal Scales. Water ajr«M, b«- 
ween Third and Fourth. 

Jantodly BOWSKR a FULT 8 . 

COAI.I OOA4.I COAL.! 

THK subaenber, thankftil for the patronage heretofore 
zteaded to bun by bu ftiends and the puMte generslly 
aipectftiUy informa them that he haa Just opeihtd a Coa 
V ard and Office ua the corner oi Fifth and Green Mr 
where by strict attention and punctuality, he sut 
o receive a liberal share of public patmnage. 

He keeps alway* ou hand the beat quality vf Piiiaburgli 
and Yougbogbauy Coal, warrant* d to be what it k lei-re 
sen ted. 

He alau keeps the best Plttsbargti Nut Coal, delivered 
any part of the city for 9 cents |>«r Imahel, used by some 
tbe Ar« Iniiliet. None beuer tor suani. 

KLI F. L.KKZKK. 



PlTTSBCReil AND CANNEL COAL: 

The beat quality always on hand, for cash only whci. 
ordered, nt their offiee, on Wall street. West side, near 
Maui. 

_febl^ M1L.LKE a McMICUAEl.. 



offer 
ihown with great 



will be guarr'tntei^n most ol the Ooorte 



easuia. roHM and eaamine beSsre pu'ebainaq rhirwhere. 



lAMira us th«tf r-irrnto* Oooda 
A saving of trout IS pmr emu. 
auki dts dmuaduifcwiy 

T. B. JOHNSTON 



B. R. CLARK. 

CLABK & JOBHSTOH, 

WHOr,ESALE DEALEKS IN 

DRUGS, MEDICINES, UNE OUE.MICALS, PAINTS, OILS, DYE 
STI FFS, VARNISHES, WINDOW GLASS, GLASSWARE. 
MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, GREEN AND BLACK 
TEAS, IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS. 
.MEDICINAL BRANDIES AND WINES. &C, 

509 ra«1a St. bet. riblrff raarsM aeBt ff*«r tm Ummb t l.««lswii|«. 

XAOi-iLl£5’\rlllo, 'BLy, 

N. B. COUNTRY FEATHERS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR 

aalffdffw3m(MS 



GOODS AT T HE HIGH E.ST MARKET PRICBH. 
BIRCH MU.S.SKI.MAN 



.A. J. mussslman 



MUSSELBSAN & CO., 

TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS, 



A CARD— FREIGH TS. 

25 Third M., between .Haiii and Water. 

'I^HK JetferaonviUe Railroad is prepared to transport all j ** S»PPlj manulaflured articicff, from 

a deacripuons of frt'iglit to all points. North, Kiut and I 

MISSOURI, KENTUrKV AND TENNESSEE LEAF, 

Our lerm.:i will be liberal to prompt man. 



Weat. 

The impreaaioii that th^ 



port the amount now offering la a lalae one, aiid circu- 
lated fur the purpose of doing Uiw route an 



ro^ hai* not capacity l*i traju- 
, and circu- 

, — lujiirv for the 

benebt ol >*oine other. 

We have rolling mock -lufficient to carry at least four 
time* the amount now offering, and are making arrange 
manu lor a large increase upon our preeent business. 

Tne nNitestothe E&itare all tree from any nbsuucuon, 
and goods will be delivered to all Kasiern point** a.-* 
promtly aa heretofore. In ftet. all roadj witli wnicb this 
connects, are iree from any obatruciinn. 

aelSd U A. 8. CKOTHEKS. 3up>t. Jell. K. R. 



ST. CHARLES, 

Coraer of FlftM 

FALL C A 



anff main ste.ts* 

M P A I G H 






I WOU LO reapectfiUly call 
tlicattention of niy triends amt 



To winch we .-aJI the attention of the Merchants. 
»el3 dim 



Mt'ttaEl.MAM a cu. 




ADAMS EXPRESS 
COMPANY, 

OFF’ICB 545 MAIN STREET. 



the public generally, to the 

Ihct tliat 1 am daily in receipt 

per American Bzpreea Co. of very tape nor Princeei Kay 
and Shrewsbiiry Uyaiers, seleaied m New York wiin 
great care, expressly for me. 

I am alto daily receiving Gmuce. Pliea.*ant-*, i^nipe, 
Ducka, Squirrels, Frasli Fish, and every deiicacy inci- 
dent to the sea-oon; all of which 1 am prapan-d to serve 
up in a manner not surpassed by any lirst- class R*><‘iaiir 
ant in tbe country. C. C. KKIJFKK. 

sets dtf. 



more note paper, and enveloi 
rfselS OHAS “ 



Buebanau aiul Fiil- 
to suit. 



B uchanan and fillmukk. 

more note paper, and envelopes i 
D. kir k, Moaan Buildings. 

N ew bucks. The Hallig, or the sheepfold in tbt 
Waters— a Tale of Humble Lite, flrom the German; by 
Mra. George P. Marsh. Piice (1. 

1 he Signet Ring aud its Heaveuly .Motto; Gill; price 
40 cents. 

_sel8_ CHA8. D. KIKK, Mozart Building. 



LIGHTNING LINE TO 

MEMPHIS, TENN., 

CAIRO, 

ST. IA)UIS, 

VINCENNES, 

EVANSVILLE, 



Jewelry at Wholesale. 

JULIUS MENDEl, 

IMPURTaR UP A.YD WHOLEffALK ORALKK l.h 
W'jtTi HKS JKn-KLKY, tfOTIOSS.^t 

•SMaa Nm. 1, teachamc. aimt.l* 

CtlRNER OF MAIN AND SIXTH STREETS. 

■.•aluTkii., aajr. 

I HAVRjiut rrcwved one of the Sueat stochaaf Waseis- 
es. Jewairy, Watchmakers’ Malmata, NaSuus. *c , 
ever opened in this city, wbieb 1 invHa euunOT and eny 
luerenaats to examine beSice purchasiiig elaewaara. My 
Rid fhends and custumeM will Snd m large -Mnek of g**oda 
sa u-*nai, at fair prices. A eailia reanacituily soiimmd. 

JULlTg MKlIUBL. 

saiwr Kxehaagv Hotel, eornar Mmn and Sixth am. ffi 



TKRRK-HAUTE, 

indianaKh.is, 



«r 



GOODff- 



iCase Rich Wool Plaids; 

• do KhgiLoh Merino; 

1 do Baun Btnped De Bags; 
> do Black Luster; 

3 do Plain De Lames; 

1 do Batin Btripe do; 
t do Fancy do; 

M do Fancy Prints; 

3 do Uamuton Purple do; 

I do Hoyle’s 4-4 do do; 
Received and for saJe eheap, b 
seta ' 



NEW 

And all parta of the East. . 

Kailr«a«l Fwaaeuffrr Tralme la 
4/'liarff« of our owa (ti»gcial 
iVfenneBffers! 

Ot^-Transport Money, Packages, Valuables and Mef 
ciuuidue of all kinds, at re luc«^ rates. 

0^E.YPKE.->B LtfAVEB AT 6 A. M. 
lebtTdanadp si. A. JONEB. Agent. 



TABBg 

YORK Comer Fourth and Market Streets^ 

I^EBPErTFI'LLY mvite attention in thnw atnrk uf 



Pall an.l M inier ulonds. which t. now vaiy eoaafteie. 
and aa we shall be snpplied with all Iha a awe at wylM M 



Goods and Novelties as Ihsl as they 
lamfa 



111 



Vk 



K.BLEVIN a CAIN. 



rroM 

V 



11 



1856. FALL STOCK. 1856 

Freffiolt CItiDffi anffi Eartliemware 

WE are just receiving our Fall stock of. 
the latest styles ot French China, Glass 
'and Earthenware, a direct importation 
riTum the moM celebrated manufactories ol 
Europe, vix; 
a Decorated, gilt and plaia Dining Bette ; 

- Id do do da Breakfast do: 

so do do do Ten Bette, 44 It W pcs; 

lS6i do do do Toilet do, a * 14 pcs; 

too pair of Ihncy Vases, Colones and Mags ; 

SO pair Card Caskets. Candlesucks, Ste., be. 

For sale at great hargainsa by 

*. JAEOW It CO., Moaart Hall, 
*al8 No. UP and 131 Founh street. 



ADAMS EXPRESS 

Company’s Office, 



S45 







No. 119 



A. JAEGER A CO,, 
md 121 Fburth street, Motesrl Building, 

UflUBLE SILVER PLATED GOODS AND 
Cl'TLERY. — Just arrived by express, an en 
tirelyaewaad beanriful stock ofj. Ruseell 
It Co. CnUery, and Curtis BUver Pla:ed 
are, eomristing in part as follows : 

top different strics of Silver- plated Castors ; 

130 4oz. Tea Oeeert aud TaMe Spoons and Forks; 
38 groM Ivory Table and iieseit Knives and Forks; 
US grooa common Table CuUery, aworted prices. 
Oft hand and for aale low by 

A. JAEGER a Co., tit and 131 Fourth st-.B' 

Moaart Uali. 




'gtHK ADAMS EXPRESS CU.MPANY b* g lo InSi 
1 the public thaiott and after .Mnotey, lath inst., ih 
will de>*patch 

Two Expresaes Daily, 

TO FRANKFORT AND LKllNOTON 

BY e A.3I. ANB TKAl.NB. 



dad It lu their advaaiage to rxaa 
fore making their selections. 

In our DrrM Good** depurtm e ui will he ftuud— 
RichMune Antique Sdkx; Printed Mennoeu; 
atnpe«l aud I'hcc'd do Plain de l.aines; 

Plaul do S«>lid colored Mennoen; 

Rich Flounced B'k R*>h*-»; Figured do Lataus. 

Plain Tou«; de Sure iki; Ptoid Vileneiae; 

.Small Checked do; Oo C a shmeres; 

Wnite Broedda Liels; Satin foeed Merinoes; 

Bl'k Btlar large aonortiiieiit Soiid colored du: 

Baun Btnp’.i lack Silk.-*; Eml’dCraye Bohae: 
WbimBnuo; Chenille Klounced Bobea. 

E.MBROIDSK1ES AND LAC18. 

Rich V olencrenes Laee, Burplun trlased Wita roils o^ 
Ribenu. 

Valrucienes tnmed B«U: 

Black l,aee dw; 

Bnii'd Cotar*. Vaieneienea Trinmd; 

French Worked Cuiiar^ 

Kml'd ftambne do; 

Camhrie and Bww, Bdd'fa Md iMorungs 
Valeneieue**’ fnaertinua and Bdd ms 
B tackThrend Lnce Drees: 

F.mb’d handh’Ta, InrM aanufaaeni: 

Linen Bote End’d in Cetotu; 
Emte eidertd Bnndm' 
vateneiene* CnUmi; 

An 



_ CfiBuri; 

m Colnns 

Otmiiy ~ 



ff^Mercaamhan, Packages, Money, and vntuablee. Car 
wwted la cbnrre of Special .Mt'seengr.ra. 

'Notes, Bilkt or Acciiunte eollactod. 

irders promptly attended to. 
ilTd6in3dp B. A. JONE8 Agent. 



wEaPei'loa; 

•0 diBsreui Styten M 
• 'touJu, .Mantles and P 
in C’loth and Velvet. 
Plaid Wool Bbaws; 

Do do Bearte; 
fnenille dn; 

Do Bnrd’d BhawU, 



noonuv.’ 

A ciimplme assiiimiai 

Ginvee; 

Whoieboue SIMOm 
Sketelon dm 
Black Velvet ffiSbeno; 
Ladme Me n ue .Noam; 
Do do Drawem: 
Dn .ViglM ItelMi a; 
Linen B«i 



eoriieo 
ftblTe 

JUST RECElVEDr rtt S^ NT'd Bteiln Shawls; F ainted C’npi t^ettr--iM. 

Rich Fall and Winter Dry Goods. 

f» BC EJ VED at R. F. TL RN ERM. Foortk street 
iL Rich Bilk douneed Robe*; 

Dn plain and strippd Fall Bilks; 



•• w. sitAU. J. r.aaasHALt. 

ANOTHER LARGE ARRIVAL 

OF 

R ich Vevet firngseis & Tapestry 

Hite & Small, 

(MAIN hT., NEAR THE NATIONAL HOTEL-) 

H ave iun received and now open lor inepccUon, sev 
era! handsome nets of— 
foch Royal Velvutand WBton Cwpets; 

I pmr bandsoine MedalMS Velvi't do, superior in 
.,*fy*c -Md quality to any beforeoffered in this market; 
Mlf* Ruafifr 14 and 4 4 fapeMry BruMeis, in beau- 
Uful designs: 

Which, in adduion* to our former receipt>i, of these 




Hone, Pain of Weakneae of the BreaU or Side. 
Ac. lu abort, tbia Balsam ia peculiarly odnp^ 
to eyery diaeaae of tiie Lungs^ and Liver, which 
ia produced by our raryiug climate. 

Sold by all DruggiaU. Price $1 per bottle or 
six boUlee for $5. J* PARK, 

K. K. cor. of Fourth and Walnut ate., 
Gindouati, Ohio. 

r* Sold by Wilaon, Starbird A Smit^ Sut- 
cliflfe A Hugbea, S. F. Dawea A Co, R. A Ifobin- 
■on A Co., J. S. Morris A Oo., J, B. Montgomary 
A Co., J. B. WUdar^Oro., UtiigriUe, Keottu^y, 
Scriboer # Duval, W. J. Newkirk, New Albany; 
W. L. Merriwetbar, Jeffenonyilk, IqdUpff. 
jyl3 dfodAweowtf. 



we are enabled lo offer to our customer* the greatest 
varletj^^ everoflfered In the West, and at mtouish 

have glso recrivpq a One assortment «4- 

Louou Cham Wool-ailing 8-ply St.-. 

S-S 3-4 and 4-4 Plain Venetian 



lg|v I 
Wei 



do; 

^ /eaeuan do; 

,V 'is msortment of Rich Mosaic; 
rnffled. Velvet, Brnsmls aud OhnneOle Kug^. 

CURTAIN MATERIALS. 



j.**** epened a splendid aasortioeiii of- 
h Baua de Lames; 

T” 

>id«r« 

Biass Cornices, Bands. Loops, Tas#^, Gimps, kc. 



Ilaaiasks; 

Curtain*: 



Su^r Eipbriiidered Lace and Muslin 
.. J*® _ Curtain .Maslins: 

’nices. Bands. Loops, Tasse 

FL(X)R OIL CLOTHS, 

Just opened several handsome sheet** of siiperitir dual*: 
ty 13 fbet. ta feet and 34 feet wide, which we cm to h‘ 
balls or rooms without wmte iw purchasers. 

With this amval our stock is by fui tae laraest and 
cheapest Mat hiw ever been offered ia this iuarke|. CoH 
nod see ns. HITE k BMAgL. M Msin *L, 

epl 4 (doors west of ffaqk, Lmtisv iUe 



^ MriPPd Fall BUks; 

Glossy » 4, 7 s. and 4-4 Mack de-. 

Plain Glace BUks, all colors: 

Rich Eugenie de Laine Robes; 

Do CrocbstCashioeTS do; 

1^ figured Freiii'h Mermoes, superior quality; 

Do do Wool de Lmoes; 

Do Plata Mcrinoea and CanaBsers; 

French and Kngtuh MerTaoe*; 

Black Bomboatnes, Merinoes; and de t am— 
WHITE GOODS. 

Just receivedfrum New York MK-Uoa sales, a Imge in 
voice Of While Good*i, which we are able to s-ll ai aa 
usual low pnevs. White Jaconets. Cambrics. .Nausoohs 
and Swiss Mnskas, pimd Jacuucis, plaid swim, and plaid 
and striped Nainsooks, white BriUiaate. lush Linens, 
Table Linens, Linen BheeUnffs, I'ewelUnigs aod Diapers. 
EMBROIDERIES. 

Jaconets and Bwws Flouncings. French worked Col- 
lars, Dimily Kands.Gimpuie and Valeueia Edgiam*. I. ia le 
Tnrend Lace, ke., lor sale low by 

B. F.TI KNER. Fourth sl, 
mil d3tn b«i. .Marhei aadJefferaou. 

100 Pietrii tf Freick Mariiw, 
AT 75 e. FEK Y.YfltD, 

D CalKEK. HEATH. kCn.. hovu jnai opened au ua 
niense Im *ir French tearinom*. bought at the loweiif 
prices of the -Mtemi. and snperm quahnes. which they 
will sell 80 u*-r v ent, cheaper than can he bouglu elsa 
wbeee. .Sstm (seed M«nn**fi al (1 4(c. per yard— just such 
qiialuies as are sold on .M.-unst. at O M per yard; % ntrm 
ol various color- oi nne Merinos from (I ffilo a| to- i ease 
of Merinos Plaidi in all colors. Nir chOureti; Rov^ Plaimi 
m high col*irs for Chddren, all w*x>i; ftsiireff Delai 
choice colors. Sir UhiWremaj pieces Himalaya 



I Aadaumesou'* other goods which wuak^ taka ptemura 

la rthibHiag. usd emr srirss tSoB le m Juw os masaoss 
etam qf Goose tksi lun ft p ur ck u se d omm w her e . 
saU MILLER kTABB 



g M'lTAKB— Atarnrstoehi 
VX Fwlh Pood k Co., reus 
Wh o les ale aad retail by 



remivud Ite day, ami Sw 

TRIPP R I'RAtiG. 

IRDEONI*— .A larac sioch m thu very 
U te^ ,^'*'*^* Actyrdwons ju*t rueeivsd; fhr sole i-hsap. 
wbo'mclc aad retail by TRIPP k CB.AGG, 

te _ MS Fourth I 



1. lOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGH-A ftwh lutJUM 
▼ .lyivd., steeled hyouc who hoc hesu asm* Vwku 
^ Goimr fftnags fm Sfteeu yacBs, wRaae judgment may 
ba Mked apou; Sir mfe whtesalr and raaii by 
••14 TRi^ a ra.40G: mu Fouma m. 



^’’ILLMORE. BCOTTIBN 

k unen MY the Fillmore wcotush may oow be supue m *. 
r»el4 | TRIFP k CR.AGil, Mt P U enk^ 

Cffill, Ktp. aod Patffot LaatRsE. 

J rar RBi EIVKD-Alerflmer r ieu t aaudP h ilud e t 

phia Calf Blnas, Paisai Leaihai. Re., 



ctehruisd I 



Pnrsale by 
IE .MARSHALL, Ham at.. 

One doer warn or Thwd. 



Moeo*:«o; 
do; 




? ou »*“***■* - *«*». **w V aiuimern ax all quaMMs; M» 
I »teoichidmd and Main Shawles; oheup whiM amt colied 
Ladies^ and Gents’ Bilk aad 



Vest- and DT'wnr*; Ladies t.mnen T’nderwsar, rwly 
vf .\menean Prints eoastanify 
sold at our ronuter at 10c a vnrd. ' 

1 dl RREE. MKATU 

I -alTdkw Kri. F unrth, bet . Marks! a nff jr 



J UST REt KI\RI>- 
(Veuch E*d aad 
Phila. do 

Ptaach tomag ate Y spying Bhma; 

! Kiht. do d*» dn; 

Bmdmgs, k«.. Mr sola by 
I mH D. MA RHRAiJ.. 

J tST RKt.ElVED-Oak aaff Uumtnck Bole ■ — titi 
Shoe Thread ot aM kiaito, wnha aaaarol aaaoatmaut oX 
ahna Findtaffa, H«r saM W 
seu D. M.\A9M qLL. ! 

PARLOR Iteate 

maaufacturaa 
A 

Iitebmirx mswwnsnte ou hate^— mu- 
cannot fiul to suit fu re hai rm . every 
•anaad. Mssss saR and aaaraM 
R aeete hate P m aai toksa in 
Iter fuM vaine. 
soMdri’ 



IMSROLI Tf4>!«. 



PARLOR iteate ate Bqpmra PHm».purte. 

FrtTft aj’r aasya&j srst- 

■—I— * M 

SJSr-"’*'— 
”Twir;.TOr' 



4V Tatrd m. 



C HIOMATIC TUBING ^ 



FORKS— A lew ot t.vwr a 
Forii-, for sale bi 



'inTIE Arm Ol DU'RINBON k .’•NYOem „ 

A by a^utual eoit-ent. ' J«Mn Baydar havtag dts- 



iia tlHodaydss- 



ofbis entire talotesi in 'raid Mrm lo Jobe A. DmHw- 
AU peamma in da b m d to tha Ima aim are reqiiaaaad 
to make pavmaM t« John .4. Diekinaon, who is tuiawird 



AU pemono in da b m d lojha Ima aiw are 
ke pavmant t« ' ' ' 

' the aaaa*' uf the Arm m li 

JOfl.N S'NV 



1>BN A.. 0^I^VBt?N 



THE NATIONAL HOTEL 

mmiATEUatlko* 

O avwofaaf 

*'**• 

That 




1 






IjOUIJSVILLE times. Aicnc VoTiei ir Mosiirr Hau..— A a ea- # 

^ ^ , thusuatic and rasbionable aadieoce conreaed | 

W. a. ftWVManCR, iMt eranicg to witneas tbia brilliant aehiaTameot 

sfir35a.itT3Riir?ur;K.?.^~ of*"'. who gave udmiatakable eridenoea of ap- I 
* I probatioB br freqaeut ootbunta of applauae. ' 



TELEGRAPHIC 



Baltimork, Bept. 17 



, JDaTToM, Sept. 17. j 

The Democratic coaTentioa for Ohio, Ken* | 
tuckj and Indiana, bdd here to-day, ia the larg- I 
eat meeting of that party, ever held in Ohio. It ! 



COMMERCIAL 



A. D,»CKSOR. 

»uocb«»*<iomt<h'-T. <;\ akl«o^ a co 

IS 4 al« attikonAtsI H»r U»r Tiair* 

I Kamaaaer \av<*ni*iaa ae''nu, lhiiaitcriic«. Krat Lm 



. j , I eat meeting of that party, ever held in Ohio. It j 

' I ia yariousiy estimated that there were from 60,- | 

01 dele^. rapresent.ng 2G States all ex- | 75 proceaiion ' 



(amaaper \avrtii«ag arwu. Ih 
I ana Riftit • *«<•••. 

la. i;* 4 . aycaatare et*« 



Ii 4 < aycaatare et*« a« 4 . t'atirik 
MM a t ittte. ClBclaantly U. 



• ' ■ — rr • 117* eft I A I iia|WV |#V«9VU0 pa Lvuaav* a paa^wavu 

It la DOW fhtrly gliding down the golden atream *?*?*’*^**’.wl”**’ nMaibered 2,407 men, women and children. The 

ton for .■irt.l,zm,,.oj„,ortbjof 11 , popu. Ki-Gomoor Haul, of Sew Vork te.pori.rj . 

1 Ufity. True, we have deacribed i»a many at- .Imirnian, n«de an eloquent s^h m acknowl- ; inridge werepresaat as advertiaed, which caused 

.wArwenant nf I lu. hrinnr i...nn.rr 0 'i nnrtn hini Hb ' 



THURSDAY 



;::::. SEPTEMBER 18, 1856 



Ufity. True, we have described i»a many at- . Imirnian. amde au eloquent s^h m acknowl- inridge werepresaat as advertiaed, which caused 

trerUo.. i..de<,o.uM,. l,« .. oo. «o r.wll« iu riSf’J^itK.Sire?^^ ro^'SefkT,irfl^';ot.“oVLT^”“'' 

merits fully without riaiting it. S) strauge are country and the danger menaced against the . ^ 

the scenea, ao unlike every day life, that the perpetuation of the Conatitntion from sectional j P Hlx a DaLr aia, Sept. 17. 



Hally Hey|etV*> BarKat* 
rsoa TRK BOORS or m cu&jnia fir coRMcacB. 

DAILY I.UUIHvTlLE TU <£8 OyHCC. { 
Wrbmrssat EvamM, Bey. la f 
Buasa-Msmtaiii yriues; ales of 10 hbAi N O u to i Jc; 
sales ofSO biut* SI U>c;S0 hh4s st 1«)H; 4 bt)^ U loVlc. t do 
lower rrsde S O attl -* 0 io i ic; >0 Stils refiaed's ufar u 
13 l-Sc. 

Corl'sE- dales cfSu and 33 bays Eio at li i-*c; small 
sales prime at It l-Sr; advance m pncea expected. ■■§ 
M 01 .AMBS— Very licht sSf>cR aad ready .ales; small sala* 



AUOTIO; { SALES. 



By Oowdy, leny a Co. 

yaarib Fall Bale «r l»r> (;- f.iss* \»trU-,n by C< a- 

laywe.sw fDrrr .UmmA. I rs4u. 



AMUSEMENTS. 



LOVISVi^ THEATBE. 



t>aes«a Maiaaa 

J. U MaSltT 



O N iVEDNEauAY. uember 1 st. cosMtteacfua ati a 

o’clock, we will otfer, at pabtic ui.'iioa. ay .-aisWss . — 

oa a credit ot three OK.nih-^ «.x> paelaycs aa.1 M of Pur' QO’'.sat a<abl bat two mf Die sMHfBMM 
am and Dusiesuc, duple and f aaoy Dry Gfmda. .'nm Irisa CaatriJ’an iM Toeallal, MB '^riLLl NB 



JlAadeaB 

Drsas H >ss«s ■ 



vF u’cbick, we willotfer.al pabtic Ui< lif>a. ay .:aul«wns 
oa a credit ot three OK.nih-^ «.x> paelaycs aa.! M of Pur' 
•m and Dusiesuc, Buple and e aaoy Dry Gonda. oum 
HvMjif oae nf .hr nest assfirtuieMs ol I’loi and Vbin^r 
word., ever oireTedin ttse West, consisuaf la panoVBiaoa 
Blue, Brown, Green, Krancb, Knaiisb. aad AaMstcaa 
BroadcioUM; Black aad Faacy Csevinser-s. Black, Rhte, 
f,^mrd, Cadat, .-itaal-anxsd and famej 8 snnois.aU WtM 
rwevae, Jeans, ail colors, Black niad Bhie Pilot and 
Baaver Cloths, .waeldBaw, Whitacy, Neym aad BaddU 



oiilILt .Thtusday) ssssniB, Bsyt. IS, iDa pa^waMBrs 
1 will commence wDh tba new aaa racBeasM com 
ady, wnuea cxyresalynv Mr Gatliaa, amiued 
THElEl81l«£lillt8. « 

BbaMm yasroeket, 'wub sonfL—^— MU. C^rLhlNB 

.Adolyaas Wriakl^ Ca fjrtj -......-.BU. ChaBdUr 



JOB B^MINTaMtt. speciator ia inTolantarily bo'ma awav in anirit to and sectional parties, and called upon ; wU C. Levin called a meeting last eyenlng 

brooneion of the Daily Louisrille Tiinea •- e u {. j ^ iP .• the Whigs of the Union, in the exercise of their tbe National Hall for the pnrpcse of repndiat 

The propnator. of the UbUy Louisyille Ttmea the icy regions of the North, and tor the time efforts, to intemoee to preserve ^ >t»E the Union State ticket. A large crowd was 



the Whigs of the Union, in the exercise of their the National Hall for the pnrpcse of repndiat 
conseryatiye efforts, to interpose to preeerve ; the Union State ticket. A large crowd was 



Uring recently rtfUMi and greatiy mlatfed their 1 completely absorbed by the novelty of all that is pe*ce. ’ ! PtWfQt, who refused to let Lerin speak, and be 

iyb printing faciliuea, invite the pairuiMge of j paMujg before him. The wbok work through- They had assembled on this anspicious day in ^>8 Anally hooted down and hnstltd ont of the 
the pahlic. ont is ^ • the name of the Ckinstitntion and Union, and he Hall, The crowd passed raeolntions endorring 

MCRTANTllK ttTRAinti'iAT ‘sHOW PQS- ’ y, effective and bnliiau . orgerd his fellow- W nigs to stand in their might the Union ticket and denouncing Levin. They 

. . ’ . ' • to rebuke fanaticism and sectionalism, and par- ^jonmed to attend the Fillmore meeting 

TER and other pnnUnf done in a snpenor man Troxel. Ambrotvpist, on Main stieet, has ticolarly labor to secure to posterity the precious Spring Gkirden. wbeie similar resolnttons were 



out, it masterly, effective and brilliant. 



at the National Hall for the pnrpcse of repndiat ‘“w ’a „ - 

mg the Union State ticket. A large crowd was r T *'• 

pi«wnt,who refused to let Levin tjeak, and be Barley uery sc«ce re- 

was finally hooted down and hnstltd out of the „ 

Hall, The crowd passed raeolntions endorring aAo«iv:?»B<un— No miesirfa»T -vMs-mjs«r« tm s<k. 

the Umon ti^et and dMonnt^ Levin. They count of lovJwster. 

th« i^jonmed to attend the FlUmore meeting «i« at $1 1 bbi. 



of planutioa 4o at 40c; small tales orLoauuny tnuy « Bttnkeu. Do Gmnes, Ca.iluueros, Bia'*'k Fancy Aiysc- . v — - 

30c. Wtaite. ac4, and YoMow rmnaeio, AiUrwDien Mr ssmi ** --- — ■ 

_ Ganton do. Ckukins. Enstivh and A«sru.«i. nrint. ■*•**••» "aMoaaiseDBi 



, wht mt .ifjditio., ud u the lo*»l througli the illheriUofe lecuied Ul bj our falhera. Ue ei- 

He invite all who desire work done to call. number of that gallant ofd Whig band which m 



Adopted. 



Wnsar-Good stock of all kinds except copper dm- in bank, or 3 1-s per cenL discount for — ^ 



tkmtondo.-CloakM,.EBlii.h and/Gievii:i^^^ -f.woinns^i^nmiiu»i.e 

t,TH0!.-JtTr»ui3$0Lvsrr. 

“l£Jf "uSul^^S JSSS,." *’ **** '•«" 

Usmbiice, BiUcias, Black end Faacy Silks, To be followed hr the ■—-*«»*»»-' Farce, af 

Bliek lu^ Cravate Fooyvc. Turkey Rcu. BsadaM 

Haodkcrchiefb, Jaconets, Ciossbarrea M.i.Iiim, Shawls, TBUUY TUATU.gB. 

of all kmdd. Threads, newiiif 8 ilk, Tiimmisfa. ot sssry Teddy the TOcr....'wDJa the sm«B or “Low 

dmwpuou. ^ ' j Back’d Car”!... 34 *, 

Terms— tioo and under, cash, wlibrmt diaeount; over Lord Dnodarford 

two. sansf^ry aouce M three months’ eeadit. puy sMe j . 



We Invite all who dcaire tor the exprm purpoee of learning what was I h,id done such good service in premrrv- snlffid'T^Tt PAOvtaiose-country cured clear eidee at 8 c-e decline, 

nad examine onr tacilitiei ud pea ^ making specimens of distLnguisbed ing the interests and honor of our common conn- (tatement ^Mncernlg bis iccenf^ eonveraation 

W.b.™„p^«d.o*«u»^,..d ^te«..diM,b.Lurud trj. H. tor OJ. did jut udu.it th..tb. uld Wbl* “ITSI uXi. ““'1 

.I l...b«.g..r»..r...brf. aiuu. . ^ ^ p.„. J, l«VJ“ J»>t» Mo.^ Durid 0. . Cou^ «fd R. £ ..Mluum. t;UL. 

■u.catb u« Kl«-U> rr«r*u. •*!““ from different polut»i eouie of wbicb rep- , lelecutiou, Weebiugtou’e Fuieirell Addles au. .... u "'““tTi.’’ 

Col. Ueorre A. Culdwell uud Jumee Speed, reeeot tmeooe lioiD Louiarille on tbetoreground, wu,roi.d bj Hltum^cLumuniidgteut appluuee. .1 umU 

„ ,.iU»id™.ito.l>emo».«ofSere.U.M.d Kffi^uUj dW.e. to be one^u tt'topSSj ^ir^A morniug; Preuideut* tlS L^d S' TrSr 

«btb Wurde THIS KTEMSO .1 helPpun of toe F.U. of Montntorond, u. Lower Unudu; repreeejted wu. uppotntod WUkin«>n and SejI. tocreUriee. Orer dxtj ^ T.7 

v«B o'clock, at the Democrat Clnb Boom of the a number of views of prominrat Ir .Idmp in omk® * permanent organization, led by David delcgAtee present reprcBentiiig the prindpAl roa^ to-day. 



NbwYoae, 8 ept. 17. 



tilled, which m warce at 70@1Bc. 

LtATBta ARD U mat— Demand exceeds ruppiri prices 



for the express purpoee of learning what was 



The Courier and Enquirer of toslay publishes ‘»®'» '*>»«’ ^ ^ 

a affidayit directiy introverting B. F. Cooks « “ fc"* <»«»*"« 

Atsmant t/.e.e,r.e>wniM his tose.snt e>/.u.wsw. ti Mess pofk, htms aod bacoB; uo irUs- prices Annly main 



warrant all work to give entire satisfaction. 



Fifth Bale 

8 ixth Bale........ 



eoWDY, TEJUtY Jt CO. 

.Yuenoaeers. 

LIST OF SALES' 



Paovutosa— country cured clear ndes at 8 c-a decline, g),* , ***** ** 

less pork, hams and bacon; uo aaUs- prices Annly main- uth" Ksts *'-V~~‘“*"7**'"** — — 



Sim do 

6 . T. It CO.. Auetioneera. 



. "y.* ■ V*'. V.- Mia-COLLIItd 

Lord Dnade nord ^....Ms. Keanu 

To concittdt wMi (for tha Am um hi tUs city, tba na w 
aail LaaebaMs Faros, cailUud: 

THE PIBK KATU. 

i Col. Mwclunout. Sir. AabaMr 

I Imsmiab Qwaluif... Jb. Wood B en 

i Ct^Paiccs or Aasrission. Pilsaia Boxaa M or . Uww 
i C.-'cle sad ParnuettuM eon'*; Second Tier 31 ets.; Chtl 



••Tcatli fosB KkgfoSfo IWardln* taken from different points; some of which rep- 

Oo». George A, Caldwell and James Speed, reeent persons from LouirviUe on tiie foreground, 
iBq., wiU addms the Democrats of Seventh and Aafficientiy distinct to be recognieed; one view 
Eighth Wards THIS EVENING at half-past ^ ^ Montmorend, in Lower Canada; 



leomisyillw Tafosteco BlArlxet* 

WiPUkSBAT, dept 17. 

Sal«« at the waiebouMs 17 bhds at the followiac pnecs: 



ClBCUiaATI, Sept. 17. Bal«« at the watebouMs n bhds at the foUowiac pnecs: 

The R. R. convention metatll o’clock this ‘I**!" !:* ® *•*“••** ^ 

larTYlncr Tli-bynAp Riani mI.I Pn.uid.nt -n.i «=l*br.deat»ooaP9o,8si i 000 Hi 0 W, 8 hhdsetllM,i‘ 



aaven o'dock, at the Democrat Club Boom of the 



large and pleasant, and the speaking will be able | Hr*. Lixrie Weeton Davenport, A, H. Davenport, 



The attendance far exceeds the most sanguine ex- 
pectation. It is a most imposing body of men. 



Wilkinson and Seyls secretaries. Over sixty 
delegatee present repreaenting the prindpal roa^ 

Seventh Ward on Main etreet, oppoeita the Ninth Philadelphia, Ac.; five fine pictures of Millard Paul Brown, of Penn. ~ ' ’ I East and West. Committees wore appointed to 

•tiwri tobacco ’wa-ehouie Democrats thromrh- P>ll»ore, one of Benjamin P. ShilUber, known A committee on resolutions was appointed, conjr on the lubj^t of «d frieght 

•treet touacco wa.-efooGie uemocratt tnrough tw7T7fP.ni F«.Fnfmt nnunf The convention then took a recem tiU 5 o’clock. h»ri®*- No other important businem transacted, 

out the dty are invited to attend. Th# room is “ “™- Par^fton,_two of Lol. F renwnt, one ol attendance for exceeds the most saniruine ex- i The committees probably will not report till to- 



700. Receipu equal to sales. Luf tocaeco unproriag 
to-day. 



AMERICAN 

EXPRESS CO, 

NO. 457 MAIN STREET. 

BETWEEN FOURTH AND FIFTH. 



C.-'clu sad PaiquettuM Secoud Tier 3S ets.; (*hi| 

fofu uader 13 yuan W Drenu Cvele So eta., auilarjr fo eta. 
Coloffud QuBufy U uta.i C a l and Boau* Meia 
.KF-Duors osua atT a’efoeA. Canaw naua at M past 7 
u’cloca. preuMy. 

^C^aoxOfocuoMdaily from M o'clock A. M. w iF. 
.M. sad from 3 r. £rn S ?. .M. 



W. V. TRUMPBOUKuTr 



and aloqnaut . 

w w U'liann sif RuDiu m mts will • ’’“i* the Gallery. The object of the pro- Fivi o’clock, p. m. — T he (^nventioD re-aa- Senator Bell, owing to p 
1 oo..niy. w^ i, to make this “the Picture GaUery of aembled at five o’clock. The hall was packed , made for him at home, wi 

alBospeak at the Democratic Qub room, on Mam ** “ “'* and the enthusiasm intense. tend the Nationalli^ig i 

■ tree!, opposite tiie Ninth street Tobacco Ware- Having securea ine semoes oi committee on resolutions, appointed in more, and has left for Tenm 

bouse this evenimr at half nast 7 o’clock ***® eminent Artists and Photograpbets th* morning session and of whicn Robert Y. ^ 



and at least fifty others, wbicb alone are worth Great enthusiasm ia manifested 



Fivi o’clock, p. m. — T he (invention re-aa- 



TEKiBaHArH RKABKBT 8 . 

CmcuiUATi, Sep. 17. M. 

Flour dull at S3 TSi^to. White whuat held at $138 — 
Whisky unclianved. Mns pork IS So. Groceries ua- 
chRu$cd;«tesdy business. 

Baltivore, 8 ep. 17, M. 



VAN AMBUBGH k CO’S] 
GREAT CONSOLODATED 



WMetusTo/, Supt. IT. to-t-ti-M-tr 
^nator fcU, omug to [toUUoe .uff^ento 
ade for him at home, will not be able to at- coru at for n 
ad the National Whig Uonventlon in Balti- ® *@*s ne. 



Flour and wheat steady at former quotations. Sales of 
>ra at H2A6ic for white, aad thOStic ror yellow. Whisky 



of the Boost eminent Artists and Photographers th* morning session and of whicn Robert Y 
in the East, be is now prepared to make Messo- Conrad, of Virginia, was Chairman, were in 



The committee on resolutions, appointed in more, and has left for Tennessee, 
e ntoming ^ion and of vrhicn Robert Y. Niw YpaK, Sept. 17. 



KIVEIK ITfolHS. 

The weather ia stationary —river absorbed. 
liBAinrei on the levee blocked. 

The fine, that running, bar-jumping and 
light-draught steamer St. Louis, is the packet 
for Cincinnati to-day. 

pi^ The Cuba having been unavoidably de- 
taioed, will poneively laava for Memphis and 
Cairo to-day. 

There was only one arrival yesterday, 



graphs, life aiae, from the person or Daguerreo- structed to prepare an address to the people of 
J 1 .u . . the United States. The committee announced 



types, and color them to nature, in oil or water 
colors. All styles of pictnres are made at this 
Galierj^ from a Mesxograpb down to a Spbereo 
type or a CoUodiotype. Particular attention 



they would report in the morning. wi| 

The Convention was then addressed by Gover- 
nor Graham, of North Carolina, Granger, of Three new case 
New York, ELeeves, of Virginia, and Hnnt, of > Hamilton to-day. 



The steamer P esn ia , for Liverpool, sailed at 
10 o’clock, with a large number of passengen 
and more than $1,500,000 in gold. , 

Nkw York, Sept. 17. 



New Yoaz, Sep. it, M 

Ftourdeclimnfieoo bblesoM; Soutkern $7^ 80. Wheat 
dull and decluuus; 1T,'AX> bushels told; Souibnu while $1 
80^1 88: Western $1 M^l 87c. Corn also deciiniuK $8 JXX) 
bun SOM: aizsd 88 l-3e; white TlBriBo. Pork Arm; IJOO 
hhls sold at $13 1-3. Beef Arm; i.ooo bbls toiki. La-4 W- 
oyant at 14 l-3e. Whisky heavy. 

Stocks heavy— Cumberlaad 1$: Illinois Central Boads 
MI4: Miohiyan Southery so i.S; New Fork Ceatral $8H; 

, Fenu Coal Co 9641; keadins 88-q; Virginia S’s tS4«; MicU- 



ud States, lucludins Califomia. 

Coairactsa^e lortraaaponanaaorFreighitoaah from 

he llast St UEOUCEO R.\TES. 

Calls niAde in any part of the city for Freight upon ao 
ee being left at the office. For pmprieiom, 
an34dlris FiCt.VK TUYbN. Agent. 

STEWARrs 

Stomachie Bitters 



Three new cases of fever were reported at Fort $J»Genirai m 38; Erie su; ^veiand and TolediiTig; i 

imilfrm tiwlav Cleu and PiUs 3 pIi; MU aad 3fi*i 78; 8«erUng eicbanre ■nv tiiaMb. ff vnn hm iwn 



U to try tiMO Ein«ra 
csaaul be ezeelled be 



paid to the Ambrotjrpeu as this is the only Gal- Mwsaebusetts. 

, . . . ,, ' Gov. Graham s speech was thnlling, and elec- 



Niw Yobk, Sept. 17. 



New Oautsns, Sep. 17, P. M. 



anr other now in use. If yon aie troubled with Annilenve 
or beavineM ol stomach, sick headache or eosnve bahus 
do not hisitale to procure a bottle of the Bittura, an it wtli 



lerj where the genuine, hermetically sealed Am- audience, and when be ei^essed his 

brotype is made. Persons wishing lasting pic- preference for Millard Fillmore, the whole boose 



1 ^ nT The steamer New York from Glasgow Sap- 



Cotton -8sles to lUf of3A» btlet. Prices are easier, certainlv cure you. and theiehy save umay dnUan that 
it BOt quuubly lower. you aught ochurwnnu kavu to pay for some nauseatum 



tnrpfl should bear this in mind. ESght different arose <« masae, cheering vociferously, 
kinds of pioturei are being made at this Gallery, which Convention adjourn^. 



BALTinoas, Sept. 17. 

Judge Edward Bates, of Missouri, is the per- 



A largs number of delegates arrived this af- i manent Prekident, and is now speaking 



There was only one arrival yestorday, pricea ranging from one to fifty dollars. Having temoon. The city U alive with preparations 
the Cremona, from Cincinnati. She left tor Cin- purchased stock, Ac,, at very low rates, the pro- maJein g lor a monster meeting at Monument 



cianati, and the Jnlia Dean departed for Cairo. prietor has reduced the price of cases with pic- Square to-morrow. 

pm- The Cincinnati evening packet Grape- turee, at least one-third 1 cm than any other Gal- e^dtemra*!’ SSwd'by 

•hot, due last Tneaday evening, had not arrived lery in the dty; especially fine aad fancy cases. great ’Republican Mass Convention, which ia 
npto ten o’dock last night. Th< Cremona re- The object is to sell fine cases at prices to enable most imposing in numbers and appearance. 



Pimirau, Sept. 17, H. tSTO. lapoiti during the laat 34 boi 
'TL— .. 10 • u . • *1. 1. 1 L .L 800 Dushels white wheat deli 

Ibere la 12 inches water m the channel by the uanspiredin other kind*. Whidt 

metal mark and at a stand. Weather clear and “if" mtut quote pnem nominal 
___ Pnrouionj*— Theft? IS B fiur retail d< 

warxu. lUtlflfia. ItiB^nn mf'IlM tn a limits^ h 



porta her aground at Medoc. all to have them that roav wish. This u no fic- Business is almoet entirely suspended. The pro- ther clear and warm. 

^ ^ ^ cession is immensely long, having been over two • 

^V^Mr. C. D. Murphy, and old resident In order to complete IhU fsUblishment, and ire*^deStSii^ liners, ^ 

of Savannah, died suddenly, Mimday. compete with Eastern Galleries, the proprietor a holiday appearance. The windows are crowd- N^“Everv moth 

m-PtoL Blk.ll1Zurru,.o. .sc.olioi.rt ■“"/ "“P- hou«ehto.djm(«eo 

_ . tion rooms to receive and entertain cuftomers, ,.^P^ • iV”. rre™®- Keadiag'i 

Fraaktort on the 24th mat. . ... „ . . . Several distinguished strangers are here, among it u a RrMinn p*nu 

.. andactaasale*-lady For this purpose a sister others Casius M. Olay, N. P. Banks, Ueut Gov. ini anaisrecommel! 

James B. Beck, Esq., will address the of the proprietor has been selected, who willlie Robert Bingham. Owing to indisposition Bur- gure and speedy cur 

racy at New Caatle on the 22d insi. constantly in the rei-eption rooms during operal- lingame is not here. Bumner was also expected Corns, Felons, Chilbl 

.... .L- to-*-. »ng hours. Ladies often feel a delicacy in going ‘*** 0 “ 



ClMCMKATI, Sept. 17, M. 
River — 20 inches and falling slowly. Wea- 



Denocracy at New Caatie on the 22d inst. 



all to have them that mav wish. This is no fic- 



bas seen proper to have a lady in the recep- 
tion rooms to reoeire and entertain cuftomers, 



GREAT RUSSIAN KEMKDY. 
pro bomo pobuoo. 



Bmttbern red wheat u qnotdd at Si 40; do wbue $1 SO.— 
COTVhas dcc.raed Me. 

Meespork$3l. Lard— Pncee arthigher-uercea 14c. 

CutcinuATi, 8ep. T7, P. M. 

The flour market opened dull Ibis morning, and the on 
ly Fules beard beam of were 130 bbls at $6 90, and luo du at 
$370. laporti during the last 34 boars 1.773 hUe. Gnun— 
sales 800 bosbels white wheat delivered $1 38— nothing 
uanspired in other kinds. Whkky— in the absence of 
sales we most quote prices noroinnl. 

Frvoisions— There le a (hit retail demand for mess pork, 
at $18 60, Bacon sells to a limited extent at pieviows quo- 
tations. 

Coffee IS iu demand, with sales of 180 bags at llfoll l- 3 c 
for fair and prime. Sugar ia m demand in the regular, 
both from the cuunlrjr>Dd city, at 9M(^10c for conimon 
and good fair. 

Naw Yoan, 8ep. 17. P. M. 

'File Cotton market is duil, with sales of SOU hales. Flour 
has a declining tendency— sales of e,000 bbls at $8 40^ SO 
for tlbio. Wheal w declining— sales ot 37,000 bushels.— 
Com is heavy— sales of T7,oou bushels Western mixed at 



It IS pertecUv frec/mea all uijnrioasiagiedieais aad nai 
at ail d i saf t i L sSIsts mho. GisoMnoamT 

^Prepared aad soU tj 

ANDREW STEW .qm*. 

Drugfut, 0«*aci ot PiAh and Market streets, 

X. . .. LoaiBville, Rp. 

Also for sale bp 

STEWART, MILLER fc Co< 

J. 8. MORRIS 3t BON. 
Sl^TCLlFFE R HUGHR8 
An d bp Hmggle ts generally. mhkSdt 

'Private Diseases. 



APCi UMPARRLLE 



aeverai uisiin^uea sirangere are nere, among ^ ^ j,f thirty yenra’ stand- 

others Cwus M. 01^, N. P. Banks, Lteot Qov^. , ing antt is recommended by physiciana. It is a 
Robert Bingham. Owing to indisposition Bur- ^nd speedy cure for Burns, PUea, Boils, 
lingame is not here. Sumner wa$ also expected Cor^g^ Felons, Chilblain!, and Old Sores of every 
bat is absent. k;„H- for F<.v«r nic^re Tfob .CIcmIiI TImiI. 



pm-“Rrerf mother ihould have a box in th Pg V ****^~**‘“ VVentern mixed at 

house hand y in case of accidents to tb$ children. is firm. Linseed oil is steady-sales of is,o(» gai- 

K MMHinwffM Mnaaim Kwivm ‘*'**7. Lard oU firm— sales of S.ooo gals at 99^1 uo. Pig iron 

rnaiBR^a Hvsa9m smiwe. is .imAv— tims «» awi<a.vaf.. 



UNPARRLLED SUC- 
CR88. — N R W KEME- I Eur 
, DIEB.— 8U pear* la this I »ue 
city. Da. Hau. enaununa | «la 
to be cnannlted dap aad 
night hp the aActed. in 
every form mf Private Dis- 
' eases. Mp a ibonsongh pre- 
paration, and a tonga nn ex 



MENAGERXE, 

THE 

Antgeat BntmkUnL aaMig im gfo* Wmrtffij 

KY'lLLRakibam iMnwvDiaoa Wedacadap.ThanDay, 
Y V Pndap, ami 8totardap, Ocioher in. 3d. id mid nk- 
Dsm open at l and $ r. m. 

Oymaaaiic Tronpna compnaa Ifee 
priaeipar Btaia <W Europe aad Ama nea . atiho keadof 
wtiom are tba cafebmed 

COCKE FAMILY, 

Fiaai .Astley’s Royal AmphJtbwre. London; foe 

FRANCISCO RROTHEHS, 

Poor la anotoer. from Mm Urqae Nanooaio. Pnim. 

LA JlCNl LOUIS, 

Vrbo mom etamM f qu ea nma adtko ton 
FRABK CARPENTER, 

The dan« aaio- back Rider; Mamrs. RiMrekh. Wadwntl 
vvfofuafa. Aeiohata.* 

Xwm Ntmr Clmwmn, 

iuflaite wn.’’ aadikegmaieatTnchClowa 
39-Leada^eftlie L'oran BaW,HaaaA.v Lenwto. 
THE .EBMASKHIK 
Is the iMMt perfect ever cihibMed, and eontatae tke laro 
esi aad moat campreheanive coHectioa of Aaimais m«m 



« laamediatel, aflrrthe Areaic reifinmaa * 
PROF. LANG WORTHY 
hmTraiaed 



inz uours. irauiea invru leei a ueiicacv in Kuiuir „ ,, n • i . o i . 

^^Tbere were 10,611 arrival! at the hotels t ' Hon. 1 hos. Howe, President. Speecees were Nettle Rash, Bunions, Sore Nipples, (i 

s A tokpirture gullert alone; and why’ from the i from the principal stand by Hon. A. bv nurUl ^itfows Sties. P. 

of St. L ouis during the t of ug . (tct, ia this section of country, heretofore, w. Isoomis, of PiUsbwg, Cassius M. Clay, of Bites; ’ dder^ngs, Froien LiSis, I 



dren. Pork is firm. Linseed oil is steady— sales of 15,000 gal- 
lons. Lard oil firm — sales of S.ooogals at 99^1 uo. Pig iron 
.18 steady— sales 870 tons at $3oa33c. 

Stand- Tobacco is firm at 9010c. Tallow steady- sales 100,000 
It is a W'liisky steady. 

B ., Coffee is firm— sales of Rio do at 10 l-3^i3c. 8ugar is 
soils, Imoyant. Malasses are steady. Freights are active and ^ 
every better. 

ritocks are firmer— Illinois 91 ^a; Pennsylvania Coal Co 
neau, 1 95 Reading 88 1-3; Erie 81M ; Clev and Toledo 78’a; f8e\ 



MvaDf deaixeaeor^ 

{k^4dnainii o a la toi 

price. 



, . . - u ■ _ TTi T*. u □ ij rj J oiocas are nrmer— Illinois VI a; rennayivania i..aai uo 

kind; for Fever i»ree, Ulcers^ Itch, Scald Head, ( <<8 '„; Reading as 1 - 3 ; Ene 8iM;Ciev and Toledo ts’b; f8e% 



recommend- j and Pit* 80c. 
'esters, Flea 



^i^Tbot. Lambert, an old citixen of Rich- 
mond, V’a , is dead. 

Laboran are at work grading the track 
for the Central Ohio railroad from Belair to 
Kirkwood. 



the proprietor or one ot the hands have always Kentucky, Thoa. Williams, John H. Hampton, 



Bites, ' dder Stings, Frozen Limbs, Salt Rheum, 
Scorv} ^ Sore and Cracked Lips, Sore Nose, Warts 



been obliged to receive customers— something GeruiM s^d ^1. Jehle F- Ho»- Fl4h Wounds, it is a most valuable remedy 

entirelr out of olaie eicent for ladien Fre ofCmcin^li. Hon. N. P. Banka, did not g,,^ cure, which can be testified to by thousanA 

enlirriy out of plme, except for ladies Y re- g^^j^e as reported. ^ho havi used itiln the city of Boston and vlcini- 

quently customers do not receive that due at- — . . ..T . • 

tention they bhould, and the only way to obviate 



arrive as reported. 



Paii.Auiu.HiA, Sept. 1 7. ty for the last thirty years. In no instance will *’j‘ g 

^ .L • . 1 Q \V S«vll5!^»«hV 



Anvaac. ii. Star CA»uuas.-SUr Candles have *^»**^°“ „ P"*"’*!* 



this is to have an affable and agreeable lady in of the adoption ot the Federal Constitution ren- 
* 1 ... 011 ... r,..Ki:.« ..... ito..:*...! deredtbe city a scene of bustle and excitement 



The Democratic celebration of the anniversary this Salve do any injury, or interfere with a 



advanced as follows - 
toen ounces 25 cents. 



Full Weight 26 cents; fif- 



call at the rooms on Main street, between Second 
and Third, over the House line telegraph office. 



deredtbe city a scene ot uusue ana exatemeni 
throughout tne day. Every train and steamboat 
brought in delegations from a distance, includ- 
ing one from New Y’ork cit}’. 

The Union Democratic Club meeting was call- 



physician’s prescription. It is made from the white, Bmiti 

purest materials, rtom a recipe brought from 
Russia — of articles growing in that country — and e a Clarke, plmi 
the proprietors have letters from all classes, clergy- ouas.^M*’ 

men, physicians, sea captains, nurses, and others w H Donald, ind 
who have used it themselves and recommend it ^ 



urest materials, mm a recipe brought from I i 

iussia — of articles grow ing in that country — and 1 E A Clarke, plmi 



Tbaaks to A. Jaeger, China Merchant of 
this dtjr, for New Y' ork and Erie papers iu ad- 
vance of the mail. 



A Good iMvgKTMRNT A company of enter- ed to order at 2 o’clock. Geo. M. Wharton, pre- toothers. Redding’s Russia Salve is put in large mim Kiizy Fnifith, do 

riaino ,n»„ '.fortinij . Ln«:n««. in «ding. Mr. Whartou deUvercd an address.- tin boxes, stamped on the cover wi^ a picture of do 



prising men are about starting a new hnsiness in -uuie».- 

T ..... .... Resolutions appropriate to Uie occassion were ad- 

llus city, which it is supposed wdl very greatiy Kx-Gov. Johnston, ofGa., mads a speech 

enhance the value of real estate and railroad two boors in length, giving a history of the 



Resolutions appropriate to Uie occassion were ad- a horse and a disabled soldier, wbicb picture is 
opted. Ex-Gov. Johnston, of Ga., mads a speech also en g^raved on the wrapper. 



Hr. Gildersleeve, of >SouUi Carolina, has stock in this and the neighboring States. This Federal Constitution, ana declaring its most im* 
l-M.ppoU.toff to to. dairol Pn.fc.tor toUblUbotool .ill pi« .ioplojQ.™t to . gr«t 



also en g^raved on the wrapper. 11 8h«t« l« 

Price, 25 cents a Box. j w Miiin, au Cnbi 

REDDING A CO., Proprietors. J R BBmnrd, «ty 
R. A. Robiuson A Co., BeU, Talbott A Co., 



of Anctent Languages, in the I'niversity of Vir- 
ginik. 

k%-Our next door neighbor, W. C. Moore^ 
Furniture manuiactarer has just revebed boms 
from New York. 



minuiisumeui win give emp.oyuieui to a greai of the Union. He contended that the Con- LouisvUle; Scribner A Devol, New Albany .J 

number of hands, and an immense .■iUiount of gtitution recognised slaves as property and that ai)2 deodAwljr 



capital, (variously estimated atfrom $1 to $15.) the slave owner g^oing to Kansas had as much 
The principal articles- manufactured will txiusisf Hght to carry thither bis negroes as Northern 
|«f.ooljlK.r«.,oi.r«iuffMi..efcpb.afc«u«bff 



with straw. Samples of their own make — ob- 



the greatest missiunary institution that ever ex- 
isted. It has cbrlftianized more souls than all 



4RRIVALS AT THR HOTELS. 

NATION.4L HOTEL.- -J. C. Pluck, PKorKixTnn. 

Comer oj FfoarM and Main itreett. 
ap J Haalep, Pitu Jnu Martin, Ala 

F Corinffon, lod A G Garter, Mi*b 

W Onvia. Naahv Z C Offul a f, do 

boa K White, Balti H A Offtit. do 

C Utt, city Be'aey 8leeu, do 

ttck Waiariftit, N A B J Weaver, do 
A Clarke, Foni Jn<> U Jack, du 

I McIntyre, city Mr Clark, do 

Ulaaa.lll WoiJ Heady, W 8prinf* 

f H Donald, ind W W Sunn, city 

G 8 Whitney, Mo CaiLGreen, do 

I) A Oriffitn, 81 Charles Mo W c ReXnoldii. lad 
lixa Elizy Fnffith, do C W Rodya^, Evansv 

Ii8t Bevitt. do Jaa RlaiH It a, Ky 

lira McDonald, do Edw 8 Fraaer, .Wiaa 

liaa.Mary Bakey, SiL’ia B P Scally.city 
lisa Baker, do 8 E Hiniaa, Crab Cr 

I 8heet«, la R A TnomaM It I, N C 

W Milla, au Cuba Mr« J \V O’Bannon, io 

R Barnard, city Mia Jennie O’Bannon. do 

Irant (reen, Hend Jaa W Wheeler, La G 

A Lyter, Ky Alonzo .Mooney, F^nk 

I H Iwvu. du AH Martin, Kv 

1 P Uoraer, Va HP M'Kialey A I, Ky 

V H Huey, 8 C Mollie Pavvia. du 

uaThooia*, Owenab Kobt Hcott. K> 

: ChUda, Boston JRHead.JefiV 

L Herr, city 0 Lyon fud 

> Htan, HariMisb I. B Contba. do. 

r'an H Tartar, Dnnv J U O KiitfOan. do 

' L M’Lellan, Lex C H Winter*niitD. eiiy 

V J Baker. Chla C W Pudyard, Evan.v 



Mi»a McDonald, do 
Miaa .Mary Bakey, SiL’ia 
Miss Baker, do 
II Hheeta, la 
J W Milla, au Cuba 
J R Barnard, city 



paration. aad alonpann ex 
^ tenaive practiee a ttaia aad 

iKber larfe ciiiea. Dr. H.m 

enabled to enre *oomt, aad 
^^^Kgter%sat leM expenee* than aay 
other penon in the United 
8tatee. He cnallenfea the 
\ whole world a aay o4 the 

follownif Diae a eee : 8vph»- 
17 ea, Gonorrhea Urethralfiia ' 

charsen.Glet.8trK-tnrejten I 

tai Weakneae, produced by an early habit of youth, Imptto 
tency, Leuchorea.Periodlcal Affeetioaa of FeuMtea.Rneu- 
matiafn. Diaeane* of the Back and Loiaa, Inllainiaatioi, of 
the Bliidderand Kidn^*, Hydeoeele, Uleera of every de a ao- 

•enp ioa and 8kia Oi-eaaen, etc.; alao ('onyha, Cotda a-nai. 

Hioochitie, Coaauwption, Diapepaia, Dyaeniery, Liver 
Coniplirint, PUee, Itc. E 

Ur. HzLL’a ereat experience Ul treatiBf the above Die - . ai vufntoi.bw 
eaaee rhotild recomend bun toall. 1 1 Ij 41?^^ 

Agile aadl Fewer CmreM. FinaKaoeHwe^ 

8ooi:ar aad cheaper than by aay other peraon la ih« Fnrae Sioo. 
world. 

All leueia aaklreaaed Or. Hall, Box 1384, Cine uwau. rh<H<«p-o« Jt Co. 
Ohio, pro'updy attend to. Gleucee, da« by 7.' 

{g^.vledicinea mM to aay addrea*. John Caiuphell ra 

Medical Galde. « 

„ ^ _ Heeond Race, »nn 

Or. HzLL’a frea> nork tn-atini on Private DIaenaea 
for *mle at hw ofik a. Price IS cents. Sent to aay ad- 
dreaa. W. Ford enter, b. 

French Periadicnl Drnpa. dam by Hamel 

The only certaia and w*e remedy for Hnppreaaiona. Ir- 
regulaiuee. Re. 1 heae Dropa are, la variaMy, certain to *■’** ‘—p orted Ti 
refnlate the fema.e ayaiem and can ha takes withunt p_ _ 
hazard. They are knowa by thonsanda of Pemalea in * r»-— orrow, F ndi 
thia country to be the only preparation ever dieeovered *^ *-'y* y 

that haa proved lavaiiahly ceruun in all cases. Laffliea t**r ■ pnv* e o t r»o 
inaceitain conditMin ahontd not ee aee these ,droopa.— Dn.mr>im< 



S' r» ^■■'here, Leapofifo. ne., anil exinhit ’in the*a^ctm 
’r»-Sorl>U enteeetM^ « which ^ hoWaTi^ 



lev SOeenca; Pit, a eatMa. No han 
^ eelSdtd 



OAKLAND COUSRE: 



L.«r»VIK.L,K, MV. 

EX’TRA ractvb 

**■'*’ Ihvrt will heTWu 

R AC L8 . conunenetcf at 3 o’elm'h. 

Firat Race Hweap.tafeas. Mile Heua lor three year olda 
Purse SioO. ' 

ENTRIES. 

Th.m»p«on h Co. -mm h.e, Stephen A. Ootiplae. by 
Gleucee, dam by /.enith. 

vateri b. I., by imp. Yorhjiure. Jam Km 

Second Race, wme day, aatle hen— . pwrae SMO. 
ENTRIES. 

^ **•’ JSoethead. by Oleaeue 

dam by HMi Hemet. 

JotM Campbell euiera b. e.. Jnek Onmhle. by Wapeet. 
Atm by imported Tramby. ' ^ 

To-morrow, Friday, wo races, the Aral iwomiie heat;. 
^ the eeetmd^ Great Bwcep Stahe Trotanp Match 



Price S3. 
Office No. 



S7Eart Third afreet. 



J Utined from other establishpients^ — can be seen the Christian mimions of the world combined. 

likl„ffto„j« fc~gtotofcr .otol.g^ Tlto.l,ofc.Ul ltou.a« to^L?^ 

. There will be one race to- j the of Petite Bzrnum, llie prodigy, and Riddle, of MaU., and Moore, of Texas at the 



B H Davu, du 
A P Comer, Va 
W H Huey, 8 C 
JuaThomai, Owenab 

A PiBFUMSD DHiATB.— wnat lady or gentle fi Cluida, B^wn jRHead.J 

•' ** J L Herr, city D Lyon Iu 

man would remain under ibe curse of a disa- t> stWj Harinteb 1 . B c<»bi 

... . . . . r, . .. V an B Carter, Dnnv J U U Kini 

greeable breath, when by using the 0 / a t L M’LeiUn, Lex C s Wintci 

mt Jr. .. 1 . c II . I WJ Baker, Chlk C W Pudyi 

Thoutand Mower* ' as a dentrifice would uot only j i,; owaiey, Hpringf 

render it sweet but leave the teeth white as ala- 

baster? Many persons do not know their breath STEAMHUA 

8 I ad, and the subject is so delicate that their — - 

friends will never mention it. Pour a single drop United Stiites Mai 
of *he “Balm’’ on yonr tooth-brush and wash BETWEEN 

the teeth night and morning. A fifty cent bottle 

, . _ KioulBTllle anffi St. 

w as year. ravHE splendid Meamera composinf 1 

A BaxCTirui. Complbxioh may er Jily be ao- 1 leave LouiaviUc every day at 13 o’ 
. .. ...... , _ Louii every day at 4 o’clock, P.M.,aai 

qnired by using the "Balm of a Thoutand flow northerner, Erwm, Maater 

tr»." It will remove tan, pimplea and freekUa ^ ‘:z:Z 

from the skin, leaving it of a soft and roseate ^ ~...— 



^I^The Extra Races over the Oakland course 
commence to-day. There will be one race to- 
day, and two to-morrow. 

'WKOur trieod Chos. D. Kirk ot the Courier, 
has been presented with a knife. If any gen- 
Usman wishes to present the kandaomr local with 



William Blowhard, Esq., who have erected a Suuthemstand. Speaking continued throughout 
wind-mill on Main, between Second and Third the evening. At 8 o’clock a procession was 



streets, not far from the telegraph office. This 
localitt' has been chosen as |ieculiarly adapted^ 
on account of the oonrentration of magnetic in- ^1 



a knife, he should call at No. 7C, FouJth fluenoe, which enables the proprietors to exer- 



•pjjjg formed at Arch street, beaded by the Keystone 
,a (jlub with a bug(e bell mounted on a wagon, 
placarded “We are tolling tlie knell of Black 
icin- Republicanism.’’ Following the Keystoues come 
fxer- the delegations from New York city, Trenton, 



^IB- H. beck, the able Democratic or- 

ator, of Lexington, Kentucky, aud the law- 



cise perfect control over the elements, and sub- Beverly, lera^, MontgomOTy Bod Delaware, 
.... I I counties and Wilmington, rDel.J and then fol- 

dne the human passions in a cycologieal manner, accompanied 

thereby making the subject believe the moon is ^ith bands of music. Innumerable torches and 



Sign of the Golden Hand! 

3Bla,KXol3.»i:*ci.’» 

FASHIONABLE EMPORIUM! 



STEAMHUAT8. 



United Stiitee Hail Line. 

between 



iffOulBTllle anffi St. KiOtkls. 



vtVHE aplendld ateamera componinf the above hue will 
1. leave LouiaviUo everyday at 13 o’clock, M., aad 8t. 
Louia every day at 4 o’clock, P. M., aa foUowr. 



* * ’ f . ' ~**L** J.' *J* 1 made of green cheese, with a rat-hole through lanterns of every description beaming with mot- * towel, pour on two or three drops, 

partner of Ms^ Joto C. Breckinridge, will ad- j enabling the observer to look through ^ depicting Black Republicanism as an unpar- and wash the face night and morning. 

arms thn people of Henry county at New Castle, donable sin, and the success of that party as m- Sbay-^9 Maob KaBT.-Wet yourshaving-bnuh 

I i.eitoerw.™or«ffff w.tor, pouromwoor 



out and bear him. 



little man who says that Webster s Sphereotypes through which it passed were blazing with 



^ling dishonor and disunion. The proce^on 

IS a most imposing afoir and _ the streeU . ri.w..™ ..e . an.’ .» 



pm- Mr. Wm. A. Coles, engraver at D. P. better than Ambrotypes put up with bal- 

FaRlds’ music store, b.. sent some spscimens of B^m. when everybody knows that three out ot 
*‘tiU« engraving’’ to the exhibition of the Me- of the latter style of picture turn black or 



The side walks are thronged with spec- 



three drops of “Balm of a Thousand Flowen,’’ 
rab the berad well and it will make a beantitnl 



utors. The proceraion will not complete its soft and lather much faciliatin g the operation of 



NORTHERNER, Erwin, Maalvf Moudny ! 

HIGHFLYER Wrislit do Tneaday 

HOUTUEBNER. Tnyfoit, do Wednesday 

AJjVIN ADAMS, Lamli, do Friday 

FASHION, Reed, do Saturday 

For fireitht or pnaanse applv on board or to 

mrtS C. BAdflAM, LoniavUln. 

F*r CiimiaBati. 

_ ^ The fine alearaer ST. LOUIS, 0«an< 

r nrill leave aa above on THIS D.4V> 
iSih, at 11 A.M. 

For reifht or paaaafc apply on board nr to 

■eplt W. 8. HARPER 

iinioe on United Btatea MaU Line WiMrf Boat, foot ot 



**tiU« engraving’’ to the exhibition of the Me- of the latter style of 

chanica’ Institute, Boston. Mr- Coles ii s good *pot in a very short time. 

workman, and his “siiedmens’ ’ will no donbt 

take a premium. pm-Coxintej merchant 



ucu cTcryuuuy zuuna luai inree out ui route before midnight. There will be a display 
’ the latter style of picture turn black or of fire w orks as it passes Independence square, 
a very short time. • Worcbbstkr, Sept. 17. 

*•* • ■ The Republican State convention to-day was 

(Jountry merchants will bear in mind that largely attended. Hon. Mr. Bartlett presided. 
Porter’s Orientol Ufe Liniment is all the go now- by Josiah Quincy, Samuel Hoar, Ch«. 



DAHCiva A.90 CAJJBTHEiciot.— Prafttbor Was- 1 a -.u *w A A • *ji Francis Adaini, and other pronunent men. In- gUta 

t«U will open hii dandne .r*demv bTT nvefole I 'li«tioiis arefa;orable to a renomination of Gov. | ^ 

^***. jj i-j, u 1 ! Q 1 seding the nse of all Other Liniment, Thousands Gardner, but it will be a dose struggle, 

ball, to be given at Odd rellows Hall, Satur- j intelligent and reliable men in the The Fremont American convention which as- 

day, September 27th. Ladies, gentlemen, mas- j ^ lem bled here U^y is numerously attend^ - 

tars and misses who wish to learn to “trio it on r u -■ u i. • Lather J. Fletcher presides. Mr. Banksladdress- 

to. Ugh. fchu,.ic ufc," wui h.ff Wtotou . z .:^™ ‘r°i ^ “'*■ 



shaving. Price only Fifty Cents. FetridgeN Ck>., 
Proprietors. 

For sale by J. S. Morris It Sons, R. A. Robin- 
son k Co., Bell, Talbott k (To , I^uisville, Ky.; 
Scribner k Devol, New JAlbany, and idl Drug 
gists apl deodmkckwlj 



F«r C»lr««nd ntempHls. 

_ -11 to The fine steamer ELL.4 Lovell, mzaur, 

SflSHjESC'viil leave a* above oa ’TH18 DAYJthe C^^?!***f**^*L 'HT ^ 

at 4 P. M. " Gentlemen’* C7otRuit; 

For freif tit or pnaana « aprir on board or to 

.eplS C. BA8H.AM. &p"eiS^^ 




Gardner, but it will be a dose struggle. 

The Fremont American convention which as- 



******' **®*ifent teacher. l fiopjgg evidence in its favor is incontesti- 

TatATti^knoi^r fuU ho^se^^Keud Mr. ' »f dealers want an article they can «>- 

Oollin. last nighl. Ue is an immense fkvorite, to Ibeir customers as the most certain 

aad his popularitv increasm nightly. “d safe remedy in use for such diseases as it is 

Mr. CoUina appears to night in two pieces, *«»mmended, and no humbug, they should buy 
and sings several songs. Apply early for seats, 

Utoie WiU be a crowded house. ^ 

, universal satisfaction to aU that use it. The 

Coc.».-Th. «U. u- ‘t *" 

ff.j. Tha. WiU h. two toi. .ffcnwoo. ®- 

Th.«*»c,»o».or.i3o’clodi,,itoto.lol- C ■ 331 

, Mam street, Louisville, Kentncky. dkw 

lowing entries _ _ 

''‘SSKl^^GleTcSi'dLVSt^^ ^ KX.I. 1 T 10 S or Fau. Styliof CLoaxsaso Mas- 

JobiTSunWl entenb f by ini. Yorksfott*. tlis— M iller k Tabb wUl have open on Monday, 

dam BinUy Spead. and inn to general attention to the largest and 

Tbs sscond race takes place imawdiately after i most varied assortment of fkll and winter wrap- 
tbe first. The foUowing are the entries: j pings in this dty, all of which are either import- 

W. Ford enters b h Charley Morehead, by j ed of copies (M the latest Parisian designs; indude 
Gleoeoe, iam by Sidi Hamet. ; all the latest styles, are composed of the very best 

John Cep^fodl enton b c Jack Gamble, by \ , . r . • i a aa , t 

WignerT^m by imp Tranby. j material; and we may add, at as low 



jffiff'We direct the attention of our read- 
to the suivertisement in to-day’s Times, of 
Messrs. Crutcher k Miller, Importers and Job- 
liers of every dedcription of Fancy Dress 
Goods, SUks, Ribbons, BonneU Trimmings, and 



ALL ABOARD. 



M OT 3E1 



yy T 



j cats, sweUings, or swiny, scratches, kc., in ing harmony of action. Goods, SUks, Ribbons, BonneU Trimmings, and 

I horses. The evidence in its favor is incontesti- A/temoon iSurton.— This afternoon, both con- every variety of goods and notions. We advise 
j ble, and if dealers want an article they can re- ventions uni^ w ^ n*iV country merchants visiting the city to give them 

. commend t^ircustoi^m as th^^^ a call and examine their stock. They bought 

and safe remedy in use for such diseases as it u ©f Johnston for the Vice Presidency, and pledged tbeir goods very low and intend to seU them 



House Furnishing Goods 

CARPETING, RUGS, MATS, FLOOR AND 
TABLE OIL CLOTHS, CURTAIN CKX)DS 
AND CURTAIN FIXTURES, 



and safe remedy in use for such diseases as it is Johnston for the Vice Presidency, and pledged their goods very low and intend to seU them CURTAIN FIXTURES, 

recommended, and no humbug, they ihould buy themselves to labor for the re-election of Sumner at a bargain to reUil merchante. They are clev- ^ *he most modern improvement. 

Porter’s Oriental Life Liniment, which sells rapid- tothe^nate. The Americans nominated Gard- er gentlemen, fair dealers, and those who wish W 

ly, pays a good profit to the retaUer, and gives “*r for Governor, and, owing to some difficulty ..sii . above foods, which we keep cwrbtanUy in rapply. the 

• 1 .• c . 11 .u / to get the Republicans to endorse this latter. bargains wiU do well to give them a larfeat aawmment and moat exienaive variety of any 

univeraal aatiafaction to aU that use it. The .u..- anmina.I cull TLair Rtnr* ;« nn Main nn« Armr houaeontofNewYork.MidpledfeonraelvesinaeUany- 

<ku n. 1 I -A. T ■ ■ . •» u w 11 .c u 1 adopted a resolution that they would nominate uU. Their Store is on Main street, one door tiuna m our tiock so per cenu leaa iluui nay other houac 

Oriental Life Liniment U sold by all the whole- no State ticket. rom the Exchamre Hotel. dAwlt intlfiaciiy. 



Ouna Perclia do; 

Gum Klaatic do; 

.Machine Beituif; 

Glim Pnekiaa, and Hoee; 

Maeofueand Odd Fellnw*’ Rcgaha. 

Thia stock m entirely new; to rarielY yotuaelt, yon will 
please call and examine before purcbaainf rlsewnere. | 
GKO. BI .ANCH.VRD, 

*e7 Opposite GaW House . 

N«. 96- roiTKTH STREET. Nf». 1l6 

FOR THE FALL 

AND 

Winter Trade! 

ROBINSON, MAKTN & CO., 

H ave now m store a tall asaurtiu.ini ihe follow - 
inf fooffls: To which they soiici the pnrueuiar attea 
uon of the trade. 

8apcr plain and atnpped 8aua laced Mennoea; 
Luprao* beat plain Preach Merino**; 

Do French .Menneea, all color*, at |1 per yard; 



Boston, Sept. 17. 

'The Inauguration of Franklin Statute to-day, 
was the most imposing event ever witnesfied. j 
The prooession was over two hours in passing 
a given point. Robt. C. Winthrop, the orator, 
delivered a brilliant address of an hour and a 
quarter duration. The city is swarming with 



rom the Exchange Hotel. 



CARPETINGS. 

Kntllvb VcWmu Tape«try aad BniMela. or all 



„ ^Kiif liab VeWau Tapeauraad BniMeU. of all trades;— 

Nkw Albany and Salbm Railroad. — This Super3-piy, or Bcoteh and English: Ypiy’a.aUqualiuea; 
, . , ... Cotton Cbain and Hemp Carpetinf, very cheap. 



and inrits general attention to the largest and people, who are in a perfect jubilee 



JdQLDoii Eimctbi# LiBcmuiT Gotsmok ot * elaewbere. n 6 Ma me l&diet to call &nd ei 
Mmsoori.-- ffV St. Louis Repnblican of the 15th j RBiine before making their selections. dtf. 
last., says that eprort have been discovered in - 



most varied assortment of fitil and winter wrap- Syraccm, Sept. 17. 

ping* in this city, all of which are either import- The Radical Abolitionists organised at noon. 

ed of copies at the latest Parisian designs; include presided. Eleven del^ates were 

•I . 1 . , . . . 1 J r.I V . present. Resolutions were adopted and the 

all the Utest stylss, are composed of the very best ^^etlng adjourned. 

quality of material; and we may add, at as low The Republican Convention assembled at noon, 
prices aa the same class of goods can be pnrebas- There is a large delegation present. The meet- 
ed elaewbere. We ask the ladies to call and ex- was temporarily organized, after which a 



road is the speediest routs to Chicago and the 
Northwest, Passengers leave the depot at New 
Albany at 1:45 P. M., and arrive at Chicago at 
7 o’clock the following morning. The way mail 
train leaves at four in the morning. Both trains 
connect at Terre Haute with the St. Louis and 



The Radical Abolitionists organized at noon. i .n .u- i-....;.,.. m.; 

James Puller presided. Eleven delegates were Cairo trains and with all tte traina leaving (^i- 
present. ReMiutiona were adopted and the every direction. The road is m capital 

meeting adjourned. condition and recently a nnmber of splendid 



meeting adjourned. condition and recently a nnmber of splendid 

The Republican Convention assembled at noon, passenger cars have been put on it. An omni- 
There is a large delegation p^nt The m^t- jj, ^ of the city for passen- 

ing was temporarily organized, after which a . , .u a . m .iw 

oemmittee on permanent organization was ap- 8**^ deliver them at the depot in New Alba- 



Cotton Cbaui and Hemp Uarpeunf , very cheap. 

CURTAIN (JOODS. 

Lace Curtains, of all qualities: 

Satin, Worsted, and Cotton Damaaka; 

Sold at Jobhera pricea m New York. ! 

LINEN GOODS. 

MA larne aaaortmeut of every variety of thoa* fooda un- 
ported by onraelves, and sold 3$ per cent, below aay other 
dealers in this city. 

M()SQUITO NETTING® 

of all kinds. AU kinds ol Dry Goods kept eonauntiv on 
hand at the lowest cash pneee, and at one price e*Jp. 

DUUCEB, HEATH R CU.. 

JTIS d 107 Fonrlliat.. bet. Market and JeSe raon. 

St. Charles Bestaurant, 

I Comer of Fifth and Main streeti. 



Hifh cotora Dalin Pifured .M«n*oes; 

Uo do Polka do do; 

Do do super plain French d«; 

Lupens' plain aU wool dc Lainca; 

Rich Pruned de Lniaes; 

Neni fifnren, all wool.de Lain** for children; 
Rich Rot and Gala Plaots; 

Plaid Valencies and Cashmeres; 

Fluid and Polka Dotted Kreneh f'lannaU; 

Plain RIack aad Fancy colored Saekinf FInaneN; 
S-4 super Grey Sackinf Pianaats; 

SILKS. 

Ricb Plaid aad aad Striped Dress Stlfcs; 
Black and colored Morie .\iiuqne 4*: 

Plain Poult de Sole Sillu; 

BisholTa Scoper Plain Black Silks; 



ERMclmg asH CatansaeaSea. 

\I*A *^‘^*TkLL. ftam Her Maicaty':( Theater, l.«ii 

EI.JU litli; 1."*"^ fj."' .* “^'■•7 M Willis’, re. 

M-*ctfhlly lafcrms hw pupUs an.1 thmr friead* uiat he wi!i 
•pea hH Acad«my for th* ab*rc potiie sad *teaani' ac 
rom^nh^ats. noth a Jnv-ml* Ball oa Saiur^y, Sep 
tern her 9, at uDD PEt.l.olV8’ HALL Daaciaa to 
C‘>mateace at 4 o’dock, r. n. * 

Mr. IV. iruMs that ha pupn* wdl coasider ttm a 

8TRAI .48’ RA.VU 

MOZART MALI.. 

FIRST WEEK IN LOUISVILLE, OF 

DK. E. BEAEE*8 

SRaNU ILLCHlNAnD K8TOaY OP THB 

American Aictie Ezplormtione!! 

TOGEIUEB WITH 

Kn«Uah aad DaniiK Searchcafor 

SIR JOHN FRANKLIN, 

WITHIN IHE FRIGID ZONE, 
la ejaBi-eiioa a ah which will b* axhib4*d. at tarn 
EAhtbiUoa, lh« 

Steam aad t ambardMtai aff < ah a «aapal ; ! 

Exeented-hy ’be |r at Aianncan .qmat,Gao. Haiiao. 
Baq., from drawmf- .sken vn ihespo- *iy the Kxp>ot*fk. 

CnKbiUhtUon, every nmut z- a a'clwca— WsdMaday 
aM Saturday Atteraoua^ at 3 •’ciaeh. 
ttr^TieketE ^ otuue* 

The exteasive edeonty which lius gem of anisti- -z 
eeUaaey has aeqniied. a* baina ih« m«*t *ahum«, mier 
eiuuf, amnsuf ann lastmctlva avercxiuht*a,wtn<hci 
eat fuanuUM to Um pnhbe ot' Ms •urpsaaiBf m«rit«. 
cell O. C. LaJQ.'K, .agent 

Dr. Kilig'B Dispensary. 

D r. a. kino, a praetiOOMar at New Torh for th* last 
M y*ars. ha* op«a*d a Dta pe u nary an Marhei Kie-> v 
t>enre«n rint aad Bec nad, aaarly opposMn the Row’ri 
Honan, for the wsatmeat at Pnvai* Dminm. sneh a Uon 
ocThna.8yphtUin.aadalld n Bnn i.j of the •kiaand Mh«rd* 
raagoaM-ma growinr oator nnafoct or imperfect ear*, hi* 
loac experteac* aad raecca* ma ht e hua to act with -on 
fideuee. AUthooet bo may vmAdn Umm cases la him 
may mt a**ared of iaviaf tlM dfoeaae effoetmJly enie-t 
and every vestayn ot taa dtE-atoca pnrfoifo eu v rra«hcat.-J 
rroai their coasOtnooiM. 

STUOTonas of oU at rncrnit das* nffoctaaUy enr*d m a 
raw dayn by an opa rmu oa wlMch oaasa, no paia. Wher- 
a sartctni* extnta, g aa na l de m a frm i nt of th* who I* o{,. 
BtitBiiou mant ensaa, a eoaiiauanca ot which will knag ua 
a train of «ymptoaM to hndnadad. aad will andianii in th* 
wmUniuoa aad ran e e pr ama tni e old a^e. 

SamnaL WiAXiiBas.— Particnlar atteabOM anil m gie-f 
w this dtaeaae, aad ah tha co anann aa cea growing ont m ii. 
aranght on, ia away caasn, hp th* daa g n eUT a hAiu of m 
coaatderate yonih, aad axccaarre ladnlgen** of ih* pa* 
■oaa, which uadwMuae ih* <-naaiMaiiiia, wa d anng ta« 
Mihfcct uafit fur eMbnr hamaoaa, or soeiaty. aad eaa^.on 

prMMOuv rM 

His saccana la cunaff aU tboao afihn ahoa* dM- uh*. 
with the exception »f a fow. of ih* maay hnadrmi paiuuii 
who have com* nadar Ms care danaf th* last thnrry yenr. 
iff ha practice enahlna hua aihetnaly to malar* to h**iti. 
aich e a naa a* have b*> a e n aadir e i mearaM*. tmthaeoa 
trarv, aU thoae who tnna negtact or japroper ueaimoni 
iMied only expect a traia of symptoms to foAow. tae etfoci 
of which wnl aad la th«u roaplete deaonetio*. 

.Alaa, all those who are afibeted anth aay <ff ihe fomn* 



oa d ia a a s c , a*ed not dea aa M ' of beuin enred: Eryaiprffc,i 
Ariofltia or Kinga Bril, White Swelbiiat, rmurei. Sait 
khenm or Tetter. 9eald Hmd; la foct ah diaeMea >il.i** 
from impnnuoa of ih* blood. 

Peraona ahaoad, by wnaa« aad ttatfo^ their cmw, 
with afoeeackMsd noqp paid i can hate* Ummadlcnie ront 
w thou address, wHb aaeanaary foMctiaaafor nsing to* 



pr»- Mortet scer ew whsoTTodi 



Rich Black Striped and Ptaia do; 
Black Kept, and .Monrainf do;S 
While Black and colored Mnrceihiios; 



the ol&cial oanvaw in Miisouri in the vote for j jruat raaiiaitca. The North Americans assembled at noon, and 

LiMt. OotcraoTi which el^ctJAckiOfl, DwDOCTAt, j _ A B6WMitioti of tb6 People’s Pemphlety glT* Oheunoey Sbsfier temporary chairman. A com* 
by ninety-ooa m a j o n ty . Newland, the Fillmore j iug the ri$e wd progrtMB and wonderful cores mittee on permanent organization was appointed 
candidate, had been regarded elactad by one j of Perry Davis' Vegeteble Pain Killer, from 1840 headedbyQwrge Law. Adjourned till 4 o’clock, 
hundred and tngbty-eight majeritv. The Legis- | to the present time, given gratis by the agrata o 

latare will cor. eet the error, andoubtodly, by j thia valuable medicine. It is richly wor^h a pe- Baltimoei, Sept. 1 7 . 

fivmg the o(^ to Jat^eon. The rest of the roaal. This nnparralleled preparation is reeeiv- The city is thronged with delegates to the Con- 



pointed, andtbe Convention adjourned till three 
o’clock. 

The North Americans assembled at noon, and 



ny free ot charge, on application to the agent. 
3bort and SwBkT — So. 1. — Lay in your coal 



(Thauncey Sbafier temporary chairman. A com- b^ore it reaches 25 cents a bushel 

poufc,—.* »» ..u, u«. «« 



Baltiuoek, Sept. 17. 

The city is thronged with delegates to the Con- 



find in your dictionary. 

Never touch a black glove against a lady’s fiace 



I HAVRonband some of the finest Oysters that are 
brought to this market, and from thia Ume heneefonh 
during the entire i^ter aeason I will receive daily, by 



lOcratic State ticket ia elected by majoritice | ing more testimonals of its wonderful efficaqr ia vention, and persons desirous of listening to its 



ranging from em to aix thowaand. 



CITY OOUBT. 

Wbdnmdat, Sept. 12. 



removing pains, than any other medicine ever proceedings. The day is propitious for a gallant ^ 

offered to the pnblic. And these testimonals show, and the streets are all bustle and activity, him — your bank might break. 



during the enure imter aeason 1 will receive daily, by 
the taatet liaea, Frasli Bheil Oysters, salected from th* 
best beds with care for me expressly. My Restaurant ia 

atalltinie* supplied with all desenptiona of WRd Game 

a B— — -.r - — ~ that our Weatera prairies alford. which I am well prepared 

If you’ve got a five dollar bill and your neigh- to aerveu* ia th* Restanrant or in prirale apartmenu in 
, * tha most desiraW* style and at aiion notiee. 

ir only has a one, doa’t stick your no$e up at sei3 d tf uhas c. r uefer. 

m— your bank might break. m< 

Be sensible before you’re smart. Y0DB§ (jrOUSC 



SHAWLS AND SCARFS, 

8tella Bruche aad Cashmere Saarfs; 

Do do do Shawls; 

Bay State, Scoteh, and French Plaid Shawls: 

Plain Black and Second Moumiaff do. 

Together with a foil line at Dress and .Manchester Cuiff 
hams, Ballard. Vale, Welsh, Gaaxe, Shaker, Domek, aad 
Bilks Flannels, She -ung, Iruh Linena, Einbiotdmes, 
La.-es, Uoaiery, Ribbons, Re , lie. 
sel4 R0BIN90. N. .MA RTIN It CO. 

A. FONDA, ~ 



offered to the public. And these teBtimonali show, and the streets are all bustle and activity, 
come not alone from the ignorant, but froir per- Every train that arrives brings acoesaions to the 
! penoiiB tff every degree of intelligienoe, and every throng. The sessions of the Convention are to 
i rank of life. Phymeians of the first reepectability be neld in the immense hall of the Maryland In- 



FA.M1LV GROCER, and dwsler la bae 
Teas, CoOhes, Sugars, lie., he.. No. 
Fourth street, betweea Market and Juf- 
Terson. Louisville, Ky. myfo 



If- Copaitnenhip Notice. 

H ’~ K. th* undertignad, has* fo— d a e.ia*ri it.— . 

for ih* purpos* of trnnsarfrng a GENERAL t ir.M 
Mission BrsiNESft. miaiamty. nnd*r ihe«tyi- imJ 
rinu of TOMAS H. NURLE k C6. 

THOMAS H. .NOBLfc, 

8U Loada. .March IL l$$n. WI U.I.\ M R.CMI RvW 
THOMAS H. NOBLE. WILX.1AM H. CHI R< ll 
THOMAS H. HOBLB S CO., 

>: ff'>OM.MISSIO.N MRRCHA.NT8 AMU OR.4LBK.S > 

*• „ V/ PRODfCB, Mo. II .Market <ow«i, b#tw*en .Mai;i iMj 

nter Uinff UoaBmereuii ureeta. 

o^k^aad LIBERAL C.ASH ADV.ANCE8 autd* un eouatgnat. it 
MotdanPH, o every deaenpumi of produce and — * 
b a nd*, and for sal* in this aMrket. 

” * Particular aiuniiou nahi u> th* Mlu^ nf ordara an i 

orwardiogul' •Mrcbandiar. CunainnaMUte asHcHed. . 
ap4 dtf _ 

I A. Shickedantz's 
I COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 



Be sensible before you’re smart. 

Don’t let yonr ambition get ahead of your 



• __ n II ^ A . - : awinm— wra nMu-. • wv.a^M» WA UtSl, A feT UWI\A KU LKJW UMi VI KliV AM V IlUAU J U* auwa wu *• 

uiaaoent exposure of ^ perfect] j conversant with the nnturo of dis- sUtitute, and tne arrangements for the accommo- judgment — remember the old Ben Franklin was 

J— -3 - a i euhee and remediei, have recommended this as dation of the delegates and iqiectatorg admirable, always breaking because she had too much steam 

. n'*’.. , WacnMged, one of the most effectual in their line ofnreDar> The hall has been handsomely decorated. The r__ i i..,ii 



^ «tio«tion of pain. 



oosdnet. Bail in $200 for 3 monthg 



J.UM, iUv« W^l^, at^pting S^laJt! "^gStLy, 

“ pairs’ 



ions (or the extinction of pun. delegatee occupy seats encloe^ in the centre of 

As ao internal reme^ Pain Killer has no the hall on a spacious platform. A space of a 



power for her hull. 

Don’t dreas in pink, blue, or white to have 



J UST received froui the praines, by .Adams fc Co. ’• Ex 
preas, at W^KER’8, 

*;$ ^Thlrd street. 

OYSTERS. 



mA ti, ** America. . Iti action is like magic, when extetl 

A “tily applied to bad aoree, bmiMS, sprains boms 



^lera, (^olic, Hummer hundred feet is left on either side for the audience, your picture’taken, and than tell th# Artist you 

, Dyspepi^ Aatbama. which, together with the galleries, will acoom- thought it wonld’nt take well. 

ti^ng it intemaUy and modote 4,000 spectaton. Hurria' Qallerv U on Main street, between 



glam in Maya’s b'ing | and either on <Mb2$$t. For tick 

ur^mred m hie yard. Ordered to reoeiv* ten bead-ache and tooth-ache, don’t fiul to try it.— 
^ , ... . . . . Foil deecriptions In the “People’i Pamphlet.’’ 

Thomas from woAboum, k. HARRIS k 00, No. 7, College boilding, 

and Edarard Fitegerald, bailed out of the work- Oinciniiati, Ohio, a^ 

Boob*- „ . i i. 1 and Western States, and eol 

Com’th by Gaetav De Sutter vs Juba Mi . 1 

MiUer, psaoe wamuit. Own pecognizanoe in Alao Oemeral Agentt for the sale of 
saAtorS^ths. ^ OamuR amt Salt Rddm Syri 

Peed. Kick, who waachauged with atealing a uatw” 
carpat bag, proved ao Mi and waa diachar^. | Alao agent for Dr. S. O. Richard 



Rheumatism, Ac., by taking it internally and modote 4,000 spectaton. 

^thi^ with it fr^y. It is the beat liniment in Chicabo, Sept. 17. 

Amenca. . Ita action la like magic, when exteiff u- ■ . . I , 

Dally applied to bad aorea, biS, aprains buma „ \ 

and a^ either on 1 ^ oTbokat. Foraiek 
bead-ache and tooth-ache, don’t fiul to try it.- 

FuU deacriptions In the “i>eopIe’8 Pamphlet.” hundred. 

J. N. HARRIS A 00, No. 7, College building, . ^7 rdeaaed the priaoners in the 

/falnut atreet, Oincinitiui, Ohio, a^nta for thi “ L^venworth, and lasued a 

Southern a^Wettem Stikm, and Mid by Drug- ^ 

• i dianerM. 'Th* WiMirknmknfl rpAWYAMlIv 4 Iax 4 4au. 



which, together with the galleries, will acoom- thought it wonld’nt take well, 
modote 4,000 spectaton. Harris’ Gallery is on Main atreet, between 

Chicabo, Sept. 17. pourtJi and Fifth. 

Mn. G^eritor Robinaon arrived to-day from a nod is as good as a wink to a blind horse. 



CANCER CURED. 

I have had on my facea Cancer for 3 or 4 years, 
which gave me much uneasinem. Believing that 
there was no cure for a cancer, as I bad consult- 



S ALT OY8TER8 IN THE BUELL, duvet (tool the 
oe«nn bv Americnn Expreaa, ia aplendid order. A 
conatnat mad folly auppiy daring th* aexaoa at 
8*4 WALKE R ’8 Th ifil MrMl. 

8 OFT BUELL URAL8— Who’s ia-M 

8*4 WALKER g. Third 8t. 

J. J. mKSGHBUHL, 

MAIN ST., BETWEEN SECOND AND THIRD, 

-Rv HAS just receivad a lot of very anparior Oparn 
ffTl^laaaea, Watches, and Jewelry of all kind*, to 
AUgwhichhe invite* the attenti >n of thoae in wanted 
article* la hia line. acli dtf 



rpilE DUPFIELD HA.M.-U0Ubarlea OnSteU’s w.«td- 
K renowned Haais, nod no mistake, in store aad for **ie 
by Caanj __ ABM. FONDA. *g Pon^ *c 
SPLENDID TABLE BUTTEB.-Cbowe I'resh Tnkt* 
O Butter received twice a week from ihc UoW Bpting 
Dairy aad for sale whole* ale and retail by 
ante _A^PONDA, aSPoortest. 

ff''UKMICAL Erosiv* Bonp, warrantMl in waitomharo, 
Vy auTi, *r salt water, for sale by 
aalS A. FUNIM. 98 Paurtha tree^ 

pOAsT'Eb ro'FPggr^rrva R oona m l and Groond 
n Coffee, wairanted mue. put uR aad An tale by 
aui» aBM. PON PA, fo Pnnnh sti* e9. 

'^PBAB.— A Preah Arri^ of Black aad Oivea Tea* 

1 received and for aale chena by 

ants A. PONDA, IS J onnh St, 

HOICE fABLR iUTTER-BoM receivlnf. tw|e. i 
waek, ehotec Bntur from th* Cold Bpnag. Itaa laM* 

_ AB M . roNPA.nFonrttnn roat. 

P rime ixil^Rr-A ehow* Mlacuoa of Rjo, Jan, and 
.Mocha Codfoc* tn ator* and foe tel* by 
ante .^FO'tDAjfo Poanh at. 

E xtra family PLuur— P ntus m -ark, ijg lb* 
Mch,1 for fonoly aa*. for tale by ' 

*■» ABM.H)NDA.I8Panrthat. 



PUURTH JiT., 0PP08ITE NATIONAL UOTk. 
ovar 8. Ringsold’B hook 8«ire 

Cotemeremii a: , 

KJ laum*. and Pen ua nMiip ta nght. awSidij 

A. shickeiTantz7 

Conaereial Collesf, 

POt RTH BT..OPPO«iTB N.ATIORAl. IIOTCL 
over 8. R i asp n l d ’a Bonk 8 im« t 

LOUISVILLE, KY. 

'I'URmbacnberla W*pnr«d in leecivn aladaaiB la Book 
I keepins by Be ^eaoi. Ane w saainn (the MglNn 
wMl coteteenceoa the idUi B afainiki i next. 

Yoniiff men wto wi^ la aeqmiv a fownggh knowtedp* 
*f tha at en ce gf Boohaeapme, tnnimaieinrcmeninaaM 
aad pe ami^ ip woaM dn well lo appiy lo hun at oae*. 

Pnaied edMun* ara ant used at ba acha*l. aaeh dUfo* 
aat act being niaii*.iia by himtelf. . 

TevaMOf «KMU m. A. BHiCKiUtA.NTZ. 

Praetieai Bookkeeper 

»«»•«■ ovar 8. MfoiBoidN feire 



gists atrj where, 
Alao (ieaeral j 



Alao Qeaeral Agents for tbs sale of “Dr. Wbv- 
vbb’s Oarkbr aiu> Salt Rnuii Syrup ard (3b- 



trpst hoc 
The (bUo 



bug, proved AO «h6i and was discharged. | Also agent for Dr. S. O. Richardson’s Con- pro-slavery 

MloariBg ordinaaos oaam were dispoeed ; trated Cherry Wine Bitturs ** 

I Sold bv J B WildsirARMv rHxjtj,/i OD the 31st of August, between 

Ch*. PO* P.ltMlh,! 8 under Atchison, and 

RM, J. Marraj- and W inkl s m aa, who were , (Jo Druggists at Louisville Ay., Scribner k De* 
fined $6 each; against Thq^^to^e, who was I voU, New Albany, Ind., (3eo. W. Norton Lax- PiakDBLrm 

fiaud $2, a«d agaiaat which | ngton, Ky., J. M. Mills, Frankfort, Ky. kobert ^ grand Democratic mass mssti 

was diauMRBd. : Browning, Indianapolis, Ind., Woolasy’k Saw i Independence ^Square this aftem 

A grand jury was ordsre^^^^^^^^ j yur, IvanfriUe. lud fiutlT-dawlv ' poflng torch light procession took | 



who was 

to, which 



disperse. The Missoarians generally fled to ' 
r__ Westport, for fear of an attaik by Lane. Gen. 
Smith ordered the families seeking safety in 
Fort Leavenworth to leave the fort on Wednes- 
. _ day, the 10th. The pro-slavery men report a 
battle as having taken place at Blanton’s Bridge 
on the 31ft of August, between five hundred 
^ Missourians, under Atchison, and party of Free 
Slate men. ' 

De* 

Vfff. PiaxDBLPnA, Sept. 17 . 

A grand Democratic mass mseting was held at 
j Independence ^Square this afternoon. An im- 



. many eminent physicians, and they all said let 3oan kitt* j. 

tacT^^L it alone. Hearing much said of Dr . Wm. Price, I JOHH KITTB Jk CO. . 

is seekinir ^etv ia 8^'* him a call; in 4 weeks 1 was entirely cured { sign Or THE 60LDN EAGLE IMAIf 

A. L of the cancer. I recommend those who may be ^ 

!tevirrm*n^^ uftlicted wiUi cauccr to give the Doctor a call, 

} ^ asfoiranca of being cored. 

ID, uff put; of Fr* cooSrxSypkUii^ ‘D dU lti^3gr..»t«l*\™.i 

Chronic Sore Eyes; (Chronic Diarrboss, and F'lato- RE RUTiFUIj faTtBRNS Sll 

la in-Ano. No core no pay for medicine and at* 
tention. I keep the genuine Price PUI for aale. 



WiS to rtJJ*“£S^ A wte w ms Via- 1 si^iiell Oyi»tem Jk. CralHi 



i — \Jt'ST ra«*iv*dMia*S(. chnrt**^^ , 

8H&.L oTarnws. uw wHm 

•ver atiMteOt mikfomaaBat. Ate*. SaRlfoaii Cniix, ami 
•H Ute OaSeaeim at mm Msn**. 
ante itf C'BARLBI BRUSKR. 



riNSi RAREfl or WATGHEMr _ 
BRAVXlFlTKi FA'ETERNS SIIL.VB 
fTARE, 

BE ERA HBRVE riffAERD GOODS. 

The attenttoa of nerebnai* viailinf Ihe city I* invited 



IndspeDdence .^oare thia afternoon. An im- | Office on Sixth street, betwwn Market and Jsf- to aainapection of oar asteaalv* *ad etegani nneofunent 

portng torch light proesRion took place to-night. I jwfsrton. [d3m 2p] WM. PRICE. Zrm 





MEDICAL 



FURNITURE, &C 



TRANSPOKTATJON . i TRANSPORTATION 

LOUISVILLE AND FRANKFORT 

ItdziDgton and Frankfort 
R Jit. X JUjiR. O A X> & m 



WISCELLANEOUrt 



FALIJS CITY 
IRRA COTTA 



TO PITTSBRUQH IN 14 HOr»J. 

TO PHILADELPHIA IN 30 3-4 HOURS. 
TO BALTTMORB IN 30 34 HOUEa. 



XTemendotts Sacrifice! Furniturs! Furniture! 



geiat mare:inqdo»>n sale or 

Ml BURS Fancy (kocium. Lawna, and 
Bmbroldat ••• 

run. «£ATH a oc. K»zxa ccivf ;a 

more, mm a v.*w of lu^r uierw- 
m co«a* Ai: w 4«8r«im«^o clwf 
V «w f< ^ Koct Of F accf Ooo4o. in or- 

'fM. Tatoe food* w.u 

tooedo ‘I w.ii>ou: rtra^d TOWK- 

Mta wy'A » new fci $U 

o 4« 4« 40 4>^ K 40 i« 

^ • «j *? iSsi. 

S M 4^ 4« Wc Jo 60C, 

rr«— PaniuoBC «.<ibi,s zttsmmr 

aa do lUB^fW *1. 

:^'0«sb 4 broMtlt too* Co»e». .,!*«*»*»•? »•>*«•* 

iiC. DOW Mtidior tab. . , , , . a 1 

>bi* 4 Aurvo* wont tit. bow *oiJ M »0 



LITTLE MIAMI RAILROAD 

VIA COLUMBUS. 



' KREDKHARIG, ! 
I FURNITURE MANUFACTORY , [ 

: Ns 81 Ftttli street. iMitTrcca lHalnmn4 I 



Stock and Articles for Exhibition 

AT TH£: 

AEXINCTON A rASX3 FAIB.S. 

'T'tiOfiE Bcnoas dctiroasrf teisainf aterk or asr ar- 
J. UclM for cxmbitiou at the ref uUr sanual F^e to be 
heid in Lexington and at theatoTc Pairtobcbeid at PvU, 
Ke., in ;k« oioatL of Se^eaiber Moxuao. are kereby ao- 
ti&od tbot th« Lexington and Frankfort and LouiaviUe 
and FrankfcrtRailroada traniport aUiuctatock asd ar- 
ticle* upon Ike foUowing conubiona: 

1 he reguiar ikre is to be prefa4 to Um Agent wnen 
ike sbi|.i'nentUke( place Upon presentation totbe Agent 
in Le(ing(nn,witAin on* week after the termination ot 
the Lxhibiiion. of a certificate of the Secreury of the 
A «*octatiOD that the Stock or ottier articles were cxhi- 
uted, the said Ageat in Lexington, and he alone, will re 
lund the money paid and wfll give a permit for the 
t*toek or articles to be returned free of ctmrge to tbe place 
ot IIS ihipiHeni. 

ft isdistiiKtiy to be understood, and ibe owners and 
mipper* of Stock and articles for exkibiiion are to agree 
that tbe said Katiroad Compaiiie* are to rslased from all 
lesptinsibUity for damage or accident to such Btoek or 
irt^les for exhibition ftom whatever caase arising. 

1 he Companies are 4ispo*ed to offer every tkcitity for 
tbeir iiant^riatioii with.mt charge, biitcannni assume 
the Hsks <>i accident siiould any occar. 

it IS desirable that several days' intiice should be f iVeN 
at tbeat.aii»n when it is intended to aiake shipment. 

HA.M’L GiLL, 

ifup’i Lou. k Frank &. Lex. k K. K. K. 



T iiE Little Miami via Columbus being tbe sbortest I 
ronte, enable* aunifonn and safe speed. Connections 
ate certain, and passengers bare fai) tune for meals. By 
any other route from CinnnsatL a di'utgerous speed is r«- 
ijiured and compelled to overcome d . nance, which mokes 
connections uncertain. 

_The Columbus being ezciuiTciy an Eastern roiUb, the 
t ime Tables of tbs liters Koacu are airangcd to run is 
duect connection- 

Posssngen Ihmi C^emnati by the Beittonuiiu and Fu- 
Kst Houte, depend on Trams ttbsa Indianapolis and For, 
Wayne to go East, and ride om tbs rou^st Roada is 

Ohio to get u Ciestliue. 

'.THBEE OAli.V '■ IkAlfos. 

At G At nt.s io A. n. muA tt I*, n. 

FuA I'nun -Lighaimg Express. Liitle Mi*n>i Esihosd 
•eavesCincmaau at S oVioc* AM . iot ColunibusTfresl* 
line, Pittrburgh, Imncastrr and Ftuhidelpbia, HarnsMiigh 
and Baliuiiore. 

.Tins Tram is the only Lightning express Train, leaving 
loMlniiaii w ith rrtaable connection to the East. 

Hecond'l'ram- 'ilxpreita, Little Miaiiu Kaitr(>ad, leaves 
*'Yfil'***®.S** Wo’cltKk, A. M. for all the above places. 

1 bis Train leave* ('incinnati two hocbs later than any 
otHBrroutd, Aiki iii;ilLea eout^cUouit* 

l*bira TriMA-xNifhc KiprwM, Little Miami Kaaio«4g 
|f*avr« C lai uioati M % ovlook P. iVI.» M all Ui«* above 
places. 

This I'ram leaves CinciBiiati unt noon latex Uiaa any 
ulJber route, and mokes the same connecuun. 

X he Little Miami is the ouiy Easlem Depot at Ciocui 
nail. All other UepM* m Cincinnati axe W'Mtem. 

FOR TllffoimH TICK brfM 
And all inhimiation, please apply ai the Little Miami and 
Covington and Lexington Oflu-e, No. a Burnet House, 

I s^onddoor westol Vine, No. ITT Gibson House; and Old 
I Omce, sontiieast comer Broadway and k'roui, oppiMU,; Die 
F. W. sri^R.ADl'Ut, 



iWarirett 

LOCISVlAASy ■ Y 

cor.vtaatiyoB baadtisd m*Jr* to order rrery d< 
• 81 - jrtMo and var.et7 uf Oabinfcl Furslwr^ Cine# as 
oimwr aouro Deskf- and Ct.un Aiaojiidc to erde; 
■.•eiTsty**®! “t***. BsrWiUx. Beds,e^ 



at., toot. Orooix 'Wi»lxx 
XaQTTXS VXT iX4Xau KXT., 

HANTTTACTUREB OF 

^ CAPITALS and B.VSIS tor OotaniDd, TMvBBi 

brackets, window Caps, uonchccBtaSw 
Coniic«tit Gothic Oraam«nta> Chusoeytop » .Flow* 
er Pota, Tawa, Ar , aMorttuent to b« gu«a at th« 
Works. 

A Plain and Omamdotal PlMtercn. 

All orders fix Plagterlng or Stocro for lalarior 
dgcoratioQ promptly attunded to. 
i0* Plaster fVria for sate at the lowaal emto 

ri«. Mil tf 



and ( very oU.exbrtic.f in the Ponu'-iella* 



lOBN SXxDEii 



J-THN A DiCKiXBON 



Dickiihsoo k Snyder, 



im'tX?KS!K»RA I'D M V\ tv A 

FODRt'H i^TRhiK l , BBT. MAU 

foOrSSk II.I,!:. ka¥ 



UPHOLSTKKKaS 



HBI-BT UU1.LEGE 



A. NO 

hahufacturers 

iff ALL KINDS OF 

Beddin^yWindow Shades 

&Csf &Csf I 

For. BlMimboaU. HoteU, TPrlriit# Dwol 

Ilugn, Ac. 

TARPAULINS AND FLAGS 

Ob aaad, or atade to order, for sale or hir*. 
ars- All work wa -anted as represented. aaM 



SHKLBYVILLE, RKNTrCRY. 

■ XHK »e«#iou of ia»s Insbtmlon will cu«»n.«*,' 

I ihrd^ltl..iKlsi- inBdpt'VBbernert. 

_ *1*^, — ugay^ Board;. ^ Niuon, 

Md Lmbw, M< aitl for the „e*sioa of lu nionib' 
I*.ps. lal cai‘ “w <^ar*e w .11 be modlfi^. n. to era 
wai talk** a^ourcaa n( tiia |»aFtia» *'*JS'**^*^ _ 

L-ISuama. a. i# ihe 

_rresnieirt o f B^Hday i'.dle ^. 



am 4 1 loot 



SADDLKKY WARKUOUSK. 

W. H. STOKE S, 

IMPORTER AND DRALKR IN 

Coach and Saddlery, Hardware and Leathe 



LOUISVILLE AND FRANKFORT 

And Lexington nnd Frankfort 

RAILROADS. 



SAMUEL ULLMAH, 

^•tWAKSAJUB ■SKAt.eK IN 

ftfRRIGN AND DOMSSTIC STAPLE AHO 
FANCY 

f>RY GOODS, 

... #M M.,HE«r ^TSEBT, CO.MBK Or flMT 



General Agent. 



GREAT 

Northern, Eestem and- Western 

RAILROAD ROUTE. 



Excepted. 

O N ud after Monday, Apdil 7th, Trains will run as 
fWlowH, vix: 

FIRST TRAIN leave* Louisville at t o’clock, A. M., 
suipputg at all regular stations ami 16 ininiites for break 
tut m l.agrange, and arrives at Lexbigton at 11 o’clock, 
A. M. Retunung, leaves l.uxuigton at SJO o’clock P. M., 
regular stations, and arrive# at Louisville 
at 7:» o’clock, P. M. 

Passenger's by this Train connect at Eminence with 
stMes tor New Castle, Dreonon Spnngs.and Slielbyville; 
at Fmiiklort with stages fb Vorsaifies. Hardiiisville, Law- 
renceburg, Harrodebuig, and Danville; at Payne’s with 
Mges lor Geometown; and at l.eaington wim stages for 
Winc^ster.Mount Steriing, Ownigsville, Richmond, Ir- 
vine, NichoUsyille, Danviile, Lancaster, Crab Orchard, 
btwto^, Loudon, Barboursville, and all points south; by 
Oov.nfton and MaysvUle. 

SECXIND TRAIN leaves Louisvine, at fcSO o’clock, P. 
M., stopping at Smi til’s Station, Lagrange, and all sta- 
Upiw ^tof^agrauge, and arrives at Lexington at 7:» 
Hetermng leave# Lezin^n at 6:16 
o clock A. M., stopping 30 miuutss lor breakfast at Prank- 
fort and at ail stations east of LagnSge and at Smith’s 
west of Lagrange, arriving at LoiiLsville at 
IftsO o clocR, As M.a ill close connection by daily mail line 
of steamboats for all points on the Ohio, Mississippi, and 
Missoun nyers; alsc by JefTersoiiville and New Albany 
railroads with Indianapolis, Chicago, Terre Haute, Vin- 
ceiinM, St. Louis, Keokuk, Burlington Rock island. Ga- 
lena, Dubuque, and all the principal towns in the North- 
west. 

THIRD T^IN (accommodation)— Leaves Louisville 
at 4:60 o’clock, P. M.. ^pping at all regular staUons, fair 

n unot. and at Washburn^, and arnvev at Laarauvae at 
. o ’clock Returaing, leaves Lagrange at 6:86 

o'clock, A. M., stopping at the same statious, and amves 
at LouisviUe at7:3oo’^ock,A. M. 

Freight txaiMjeaye Louisville at«:16 o’clock A. M., and 
Lexington ai 5:S6 o’clock A. M., daily .Sundays excepted. 

rare by first and second trains, about 4 cents in-r mile; 
a discount of nearty 36 per cent, w allowed for tickeu. 

I Fare on accommodation train, about 3 cents per mile, 
( and near oW<-ent. is allowed for tickeu. 

for any further information, please call at the depot, 
comer of Brook am! Jefierson streets, Louisville. 

8AMUEI. GILU 

■nvl* Supt. L. 6i F.. and L. Jk F. R. R. 



STEAHBOAT a CUT 

UPHOLSTERMS 

Flags of all Descriptions. 

Spring and other kinds of Mat- 
trasses. 

MADE IN THE BEST MANNER BY 

WILKINS &MARCKLLUS, 



AsiMmk EMBRA('I>G Skirting. Haraesa, Band, Hose, Mack and foir Bridle l.«aib«r; Hag and Calf 

^4rjj3ETg B«aUiig,Sa.ldl« Bag aiid Collar Lea^r. , 

AI.*o, wholesale manufacturer of Saddles, llaxneM, Tjuaks, patent Mrewhed Leatber^ 
Belting, Fire Eagiiie and Steamboat Hose, warranted of as goodqaaliiy and at as law Bficaa 
can ne bought In the Eastern cities. 
fltT- Hides and Leather, in rough, otMgbtaad soM. 

OO- Saddlery VVareheuse, 436 .Main street. 



ARARE CHANCE 



1 *HE Fsnn on which i* situated foe I’"*®", 

Miur sSowgs-h*-’ acf*» of g<’'>4 farsumg laud— 400 
whic? are Jlc^vatMO and * 

. lo*-- A* a efock farm, tins is one of the best m 
luckv t'lie coal and other mtmJmIr wiU become tteoa- 
lUs vrhenover foe aiuaa* of transportation to foe 

l^ocUboawtVwr mile, from Mor 
MBfi)^. efevea wdes from I uiontown, and twenty two 

^lM»*Vvrv^<'gii»i»-V»i a wateniig pUce. The t rimt 

ii.f*. an accommodate 300 boarders and 

uualiiT and character of the water, as will be seen fnm 
liie Btate G oihifical Repoit, are s^ 



Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Piles, Fistula, Go t Uhei|. 
luatisni, Hcrofula, White Swelling, Nervous A BV-ctioiisl 
Fever and Ague, BilUous ConiplainU, he. 

Dr. Vauderslice has met with gteat success b) h pecu- 
liar mode of treatment of diseases, where < her very 
cmuient physicians have failed to produce a cut . To at- 
test bis confidence in Ins own skill and merits, I will mi 
dertake foe cure ot all patienU without charge, icepting 
the cost of tlie medicine, requiring uo foe until after tlic 



Practical Piano-Forte Maker, 

FIFTH STREET, BETWEEN MARKET AND JEFFER80N, LOMISYILLB, KT. 

H aving beancagaged in foe manufacturing of Piano Fortes, m tte hast nmnafoetones of the L’aiSed iMee. 

the last 30 years, fleel confident thaLfrom my long expeneoee. I can pteasc all who favor me with ihetr pmr 
age. My PianiM are manafoeinred Irom the uee4 inatenals, with (till nietohe iraaie and grand aeuow, and I warm 
them equal in every respect to any instruments maaafhctured in the L nited states. Piano Fortes repaired M sho 
dotice by expcnexiced worsmeii. Dealers, schools, teninanes, md the professHW supplied at foe seual dmcmml h 
J. F. JACKSON, or at foe VVarerooms H D. P. FAULD’S. 519 .Main street, opaoeite foe Bank at XsMucky, who 
purchasers can alwray* see an assortment and cempare them with Pianos BMjiUHwtnrad hy other celehr ai ed makera] 



Haute, Tinceaned, Evanaville, Cairo. Spring- 
field, St Loniii, *c. IPS 

T*^ »*SJ**V?“* H^road le Uid with heavy T rail and 
^ well ballas^, mad IS well stocked with superior Loco- 
motives and Cars, and has every facility for making quick 
time ud sure epwMetums. It is foe shortest route by 3S 
milm between LoUMVille and Chicago, and is the only 
Railioad route from Louisville to tItTLoats, and from Lou- 
isville to the East. 

Two TiMns d^y (Sundays eacepted) to Indianapolis. 

One do do do do Cincinnati. 

^ and after Monday, May 6th, trains will leave as 
oHows: 

FIROT TR^N.— Indianapolis Exprem leaves Jeffer- 
soBville at «:16,a. m.,and.‘unves at Indianapolis at 11:30, 
m.,m^iM a dirmcmin^Uou with foe Lofiiyettc and Info 
Mapplis Kmlroad for Lmlhyette, Chicago, Detroit, he- : with 
tiie Terre Haute and RichDK‘''.d Raiiroad for Terre iMute, 
.w***f’ Y,'*^ the^ Indianapolis and Bellefontaine 
ud^e Indiana Central Railroads hir Wheeling, Pittsburg, 
Baftnnore, Washington, Pluladelpliia, Cleveland, Buflhlo, 
New York, Boston, he. 

**?.*'DND1'KA1N.— Cincinnati Express leaves JelTer- 
toaville at3:30, p. m., :uid arrives at Cincinnati at 8:30, p. in., 
making cwnecMn the next morning with the Little 
Miiuiii and foe C'tncinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroads 
fort-oiiirobUB, Dayi<m, Cleveland, Bnffalo, New York, 
boston, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, VVhetding, Washington 
UalbiBOre, kc. 

THIRD TRAIN. — Leaves Jeffersonville at 3:46, p. m., 
and arrives at Indianapolis at 7:60, p. u., making a direct 
connection the same evening with Uie Lafayette and In- 
dianapolis Railroad for foe North, with tbe Terre Haute 

Md KichinonU Rjulroad for tlie West) in«i th6 IndiftiMpo- 

lis aud BellefoDUune and Indiana Central Railroad for tbe 

BaM» 

Time fttmi LouisviUe viaJeffetsoaville Railroad to— 
Indianapolis^ 4 1-3 boura; 

Cincinnati, 6 1-3 hours; 

Lafhyette.7 hours; 

Terre Haute; S hours; 

Chicago, 16 hoars; 

Saint Louis, 17 hours; 



THIRD ST., BET. MARKET AND JEFFERSON. 

T UEnndersigiicd, having entered into copartnership 
under the above flnn, are now prepared to execute 
all orders ap ertauiing to and everything connecieu with 
tbe Upholstery business in all itsvanous branches. Tliey 
liave now ui store a fine aasortiacnt of 

SPRING AND OTHER MATTRAS8KS 

are prepered to fill a'i orders at short notice. 
BUN'TING FOR FLAGS, of every color, which they 
are prepared to make up iiHo llagti oi any devree at short 
nonce. 

Bemg practical meehanics, and h tviiig for many years 
cemdnclM foe I 'pholsterv busmess in foeir individiial ra- 
pacity in this city, tliey anrier themselves that tliey can 
render evM> sausl'acuon under tbMr new firm. ^ well in 
foe mechanical ex'-cutiun of their work a# ftt the quality 
and price of tile niab-nal* used. 'I'hey sohiHt 3 share ol 
piililM' patronage. HlltJlI WfLRiNS, 

iyl6d^ DANtEL MAKCELLIJH. 



H, D. RUSH. 

Sacee s siirto GaPagher k Riley.) 

V HOLE.^AlX grocer, aiteOouimissmn Merch^ 
I.) : igars. For* igu mid DooMtmn Liquors, 
10. 3* M« street, between seveath and Eightte Louis- 

tism 4ikW 



myMdawiy 



SION FAINTER AND 

jBRAND CUTTER, 

(At Johnsioa’s Pasaters* Depot.) 

No. 55 Tkird Sreet, 

1 hfidlf LOUISYiLLI, KT. 



S. MrBARRETT, 



i Canfield, Brother & Co. 

iwu..sa»sB si.Hiiaa/terianRa Aun BWAI 



VaOLR&kLK IMruKTRU, HAN UPAOTVUM AND ORAL- | 

Watches, Fine Jewelry, 

Silver and Plated- Wara, Mili- 
tary and 

FAl^CY GOODS. 

3SB Bdiltlmrxre •<«« cwriwf CMarlwNks. 
HAATI.nOBE. 

ir7*C«aBlrT 3idreluaUtBppUeil aUhe rary Iowmi 
ratM. may«dly 

I. G.OAaviBta. Wu. B.CAViiiat*. loe.H. Meanaivu 



i»IOORE*^< 

ffiamnioth Furniture, 

CHAIR AND BEDDING 



1 8, with the utmost coAiidence, offered to the Medu-ai 
Faculty and the public, lor the cure ef Dyspepsia or 
iudiaesuon, and all diseases artsing Irom it, such at 
Nausea, Headache, 

Veitigo, Dimness of Sight, 

Debility of tbe Nervous Byatem, 

Hypochondria, Jaundice, 

Lomof Appetite, 

Wasting of the strength. 

Flatulence, vrtUi ftequent belching of Wind, 

Vitiated taste, 

Consup.'iiion and uneasiness u ’’ foe bowels, 
bilious Vomiting, 

Burning sensation at the pit of the stomach. 

Liver Complaint, 

Oppreasien alter eating. 

Palpitation of the !leart, 

Pain in tbe pit of the stomach, or towarda the right aide, 
Ballownem of complexion, 

Depressioo of sptnts and irriiability of temper, ke. 

If a case of dyspepsia should be neglected, most terloua 
effects may ensue, tor it lays foe foundation for, is foe in- 
cipient cause of, .and very irequently lermiiiates in con- 
sumption I would impress upon the muid that to trifle 
with this disease, may be to aport with that reaaon which 
conatitiilea man auper-emineni among animal beinga, nr 
to embitter extstetice by adding a corisciouaness of folly 
to the penalty of pain. 

This medicine is prepared enttraly from vegetable sub- 
stances; foe moet dehcate etomaci. can bear it cunven 
ieotiy, and it is given with perfect afety, m minute doses 
to the most tender infknu, its properties being of a 
stren^ening and invigora'ang nature. It is neatly put 
upin DOtties, with smi^e directions for u*e. 



WM. F. CRANE, 



OXBIONbR AVD MAJrnrACTUBBB 

OF FIRST CLASS 

CABINET WARE, 

Corner of Sixth street and Court Pltoai, 

AOUISW11.1.B, KT. 

All oedera foankfttlty receivod aad promptly attends 
to. 

He confidently refers lo h*s numrriiaa ftieude amt cue- 
ta«M>:for the sood quaiity and vanexy of style uf b 
work. apdd 



GaniaAL TicKrr Aaairr’s DapaaTNiNT,) 
Little Miami and Columbus and Xenia R. E.,> 
Cincinnati, Jan. 34, 1866. ) 

r^U£ night Train cast of Columbus, having been tempo- 
X ra^y sunpendeiL will ccmmeiice niiiiiing regularly 
on and after to-day, Thursday, Jannary 34th, makingeon- 
nections to and from alt the Emiteni cities, as heretntore. 
•sThree Daily Eastern Trams— Lightning Expicss at 
. Express Mail at lo A. Mfj Night Express at 6 P. M* 



NO. 76 FOURTH STREET, 

W«M« Hl«c, kwtweem nmlmau4 NlMkct* 
1.0i;i«VIIL.I.£. KY.f 

K eeps a larg* assortment atway.x on iiand, at whole- 
sale and retail, as low as they can be bought for in 
^ fobll 



JAMES T. ROOT, 

•OMMIBBIOI, POKWABDIBO AMO FMOOVCB 

MEBOHAHT, 

OOOA Bt., b«tw*Dn Bfkin and W«t»r. 

LOUISVILLK, KY. 



Wood* Willow are, 



-i. Mj Night Express 

P. W.STiL\DER. Genera 



Genera l Agenu 



LouisTille & Nashvilie Aailroad 



CORDAGE AND PAPEM DEALER. 

M AVrFACTL'REKorUhioZinc Washboards, under 
b'ui nameof G. Waters n Co. 

.Maau facfue of Uak Plow Handles, and Oak Work 

as «.‘o«maa k Co. ^ 

Ma utacurer of Wood and wdlow Ware of every Je- 
cnpt'oB. Cordage tirusiiea, Bmoms, kc , kc 
Wnolaasl* dc aer ia couon. Maauisu aad Hemp Bope, 
T sri for BrOo* s. Sciaee.and V\ rappeg. Fish LniM, 
Tarred H.»pc. Martin tipon Vara Cotton and Hemp 

M;c4mi PacKiiis. 

Alae, Buckets, Tubs Me*eare*. Well Buckeu. Hanies. 
Blerur Hra«li-s, Cnurps, Tar Cans Rcingermtars and 
le Cheus Cab and Wagoe Oeanog. Willow •or Basket 
Makers. OoOteMs’ f «’>gs. Cooper HlvitU. Also, agent 
lor rri. nd a l aMgemana £xtr Wrapping Pancr, Roof 
mg Pap:*r and <.*n,npositioB, coa-uiiitiy on band. I have 
th bs;i s..o.'.meii of a>i tl ea ticles abova named In the 
Wc*L ana >qdi ax a dealers to call anc «vt my pricca, aa 
I can and war .sdl lowte Uian any other hJasa in tbe 
L-ada. 

fiiorc c'.nisra'' Watna' and Pront stro*t*; Paper Wore 
H jues. 37 Wahiat etreet; Factory 1^ Ware strem, Cin- 
cmnsr.. Okiu an Id 



.he city. 



T. P. HCGHE14. J. H Mtrrcuiso.if 

HUGHES A HUTCHISON. 

WaOLSHALK DEALERS LN 

Foreign and Domestic 

DRY GOODS, 

NO. 433 MAIN STRIET, 

Sooth side, betwean Fifth and Siztk itTwei 

LOUISVILLE, KT. 



fUrrici Louie viiLt k Nxirviili R. R. Co. I 
LouisviUe. Ky., J une 4th, 1866. ) 

U NTIL Amber notice but one tram wiU be run on Ui« 
Louisville and NasbviUe Rnilroad. The train wiU 
from and after Monday. June nh, leave foe Depot in Lou- 
isville, at the comer of Ninth and Broadway etreeta, at 
1:46 P.M., for the Junction with the Lebanon Branch, a 
distance ot 30X miles. Returning, will leave the junction 
at 3:46 P. M., and amve at Louisville at 6:16 P. M. 

JA8. F.GAMBLE, Saperiniendent. 
An Unmiout Line will connect with the trains on this 
road, and will taae Mseengen from and to avy place with 
UI the cite liicjts. The afBce of the Omnlbue Line u a 
Owen’s Hotel, comer of Fourth and Jefferson streeta, and 
by leatiny codee there, passengers will be promptly dslied 
for at any oontc in foe city 



A t tbelateflra on Third Street i lost all my stock, to- 
gether w.th my Booke, end I earnestly request all 
person*, who know themselves Indebted to me, tn com* 
persard and settis by Lasb or N.*te, and oblige the! 
lorwle Bervant, W. <t MOirRE, 

Homb’M Fourth st. bet. .Main and .Market, 

aui* Next to Times office. 



E. & I. McDEBMUTT 

CORNER OF FIFTH AND MARKET STREETS 

LOCINTlAIiE. KT. 

D E ALER8 in Family Groceries, ehoise Teas, Coffees, 
8ugars and every thing usually kept tn the Grocery 

ine. 

'ntankiul to our old friends and customer* for tbeU pat 
ronage, we hope by strict attention to basinsas to share 
SB'< meruaconttnaance of thence. 
apt dtf E. k J. McDERMOTT. 



f K A A K L 1 N 
Type itfld Sier^iype fuBodrj, 

N*s 168 > me uireet, betwc«M Foartb 
aun4 MCtlks 
CINOlKNATly O. 



Attetoatioo. 

We, havlM need William’s Anti-Dy*peotic E’jzlrwith 
foe most pmect sadsfkcUon and success,take great plea- 
snre in reooomiandiiig it to all persons suffering with Dys- 
pepvia, as we are ftiliy convinced of lu mo>.t estimable 
qualitiea in rtfstorliig the digestire powers, removing all 
pain and uneasiness, and ImpatUng a healthy tone to the 
stomach 

Joan R. Pgpnotx, No. MSouNi Wharves. 

Cxspaa W. .Monait/Tocoiiy. 

Tbouas Alubomk, Piestdent Bank of Pennsylvania. 

.Aaaca Etaca. Market niroet. below Sixth. 

Eawxui H- Rowlbt, No. U N.mh Wiiarve*. 

Micbxbi. Dciig, Suparintendent of Mercbanta* Ex- 
change. Phtl. 

Thu lut of name* could be extended to almost any 
length, but tbe foregoing is deemed sufficient. 



THE SHORTEST AND MOST DIRECT ROUTE 
TO THE EAST FROM LOUISVILLE. 



McFadden A Sheckier, 
MERCHANT TAH0ES, 



SUMMER ARRANGEMENT 



John & Hugh Irvine, 

LUMBF.H' MERCHANTS. 



0 MOONI sronn., 

OGH A.S JRTEU Broom Haadiesr 
fKJ\J\3 tororvto do Twiae; 

4.000 do riewmg dot 

Hr-teir Wi.-e. Ta ks. »capieeBad NeedlM, 

^Vhiak aaiLair broom Haadie<j 

Gtby 8. M. BARRETT, 

• cot. Walnut and I ront st.. Ciucinnau. 



0. r. O'DRIbOOLL 4 00., 

\ff AN CTACTUREkCd aod dealers in News, nuua, and 
fvl Job Type. PniitiaB Preascs, Cases, OalUes, kc.; Ink 
and Piiating Matermb of every descripuon: titereotypin 
-If all kinds— BooksTMuaic, Patent JdediclBC Direc^n 
robs. Wood Lugravings, kc.; Braiid and Pattern Letter 
various styte_ __________ degdtf 

R oofing. biiiCHT and sucaiuc tin plate. 

160 boxes IC Roofing Tin, superior brand; 

60 do IX do do, do do; 



Central Ohio and Baltimore and 
Ohio Railroads, 

B eing the only ROUTB by which through tickets 
to WASHlNGyo.V CJTY 

can be procured, to whicb point, as wall as to 
. BALTIMORE. 

It u tbs short. 'at. mo*t direct, and in svery respect the 
most raliahi* route. It is the only route by aineb por- 
chassr* of tin ough tickets to 

NEW YORK 

are enabled to reach the dtle, of 

Baltimore, 

PHILADELPHIA, 

and NEW kORK 

at the cost ol a ticket to New York only, thus enauiog 
business men snd travelers lur pleasure nr inioiiaatiou to 
visit four of the principal cities m the Ciuon tor lsss curr 
TBsK csM SE arroaoEO ar amt ofBaa uoute. 

In addition lo these great advoouiges, the luducrownis 
offered to travelers in tbe prompt and elticient ruaiiase 
uieni of trams on this route must not be losi sight of; aod 
ed lo which the giandeur Id tbs scenery of luculitles to 
be met with ill traveling the Baltimoie and Ohio Kail 
road are such os are afforded by no other line ol travel in 
Uie vvoihi. 

TMree Uallp TraiaiBl 

Passengers going Easttiroiu Ixmisville may proceed by 
the B. niaifkteameni lo i'iuciniiaii, and mere take me 
railroad to connect with thi* line, or may leave Luitieville 
by foe Jefiersoiiville Railroad direct, arriving in tune to 
cunueci witli cither the 6 A. M., to A. M., ur6 P. M. train 
of foe Little Miami Railroad for L'olnmbiis, cQiiiiecting 
there with the Central Ohio Railroad through New.srk 
and Zanesville fur Hel.Yir, on foe Ubio, fiiitr miles frum 
Wheeling Frum Uus place foe connection with the Bsil- 
timore and Ohio Railroad is made direct. By tbe Express 
Train of this route the time frum lincinuali to Balumore 
is but 36,S hours, ami to Washington ia but TlH hours. 

Baggage checked from Oincmuati to Baltimore, and 
Wasiiingtoii City. 

{K^Passeiigert should be particular and inquire for 
tickets via COLUMHCS and WHEELING, as no otlier 
route Cam ticket, through Baltimore or Washington City 
to New York, tiieir representations lo the contrary iiot- 
wKhstaiiding. 

Fart at low at by any other route. 

FOR THKOCOIl TIUREl S. 

Apply on board foe C. fi. mall steamers, whicb leave 
LouisviUe eve y day at 13 o’clock, oral the office of foe 
Jeffersonville Railroad, by way of the Jeffersonville, Oliio 
and Mississippi.and LttUe Miami Railroads— A nd im Cim- 
ciNMATi, at the offices of foe Little Miami Railroad, No. 
8 Barnet H<mse, second door west of Vme street; No. 177 
Gibson House Building, and old office, southwest corner 



80 FOURTH ST. BET, MALM AND MARKET 

tWEST dlDE. 

LOUiaVIlsIsB. KT. 

W K SSOS4 respecUully «aU th* dkenuoa sf Mr fXWBM 
vv and the public to our sioeh ed Cloihe, CasMBorva 
aad Vestings, whieh we wdl maa* to order as skott nonce 
and o« the most reaeonsnir terms. 

Give «s a cvB . •asBiher Na 10 Powth steees. 
mario ju 



Ceannseaclng Msmlay, May 10. 



H .qVElor sals at their Lumber \ ard vIIm obSc.t le foe 
cuyVofi Washington street, lietwsen Haueock and 
Clay, ootfo sidc.n i.irge and s»enor stock of White Pine 
Hoards, Pms Htungles, Cedar Poets, he., and ah amds ol 
Lumber suitable for buudinf . 

We nave also in operation a Piainng Macnme, aad are 
always ready to furnish Flooring and Drsesed Luiaber ul 
all kiads. 

{IT-Orders fVom foe country Will he nrompuy attended 
to, and the Lumber shipped witnoui deiai 

JOHNk Hl'GH IRVl.SIE. 
Wsanmgtoa st. bet riam-.mk and i 'lay._ 



XjiXTTa-iEJ mi amt 

VIA 

COLUMBUS AND XENIA 

RAILROAD. 

Bxolufflvely aa Hauteru Rout#. 

t In an.1 after this dole foe 

LllTLC .Mi.\,Ml, VIA COLCMBU8, 
la THF. UNLY OIREt'T HOL^E to and from I InciOBAti 
and Cleveland, the only route rnnning cars mto foe Lake 
Shore Depot at tieveland, and the only loute with uni 
lorm guage from ('meinnati to t'’leveiaDd. Dunkirk and 
fiuffkio. 

BY .Any UTHGK RUCTE Ckveiaad p^engers go 
via 8i.iidusky, and depend on trams from Chioogo and 
Toledo to go East, break guage at Sandusky and ferry iVuui 
Old Olilo City lo Cleveland. 

THE l.n-rLE MIAMI. VIA CULCMBU8. 

Utile only route with rehabie conneciion lu and frum 
CINCINNATI and PITTSBITRG. 

BY ANY OTIIEH ROOTE, Pitbibarf Bosseufers ile- 
peml at Bellefonbune or Forrest on trams Irom Indianspo- 
Ihi and Kurt Wayne, to go East. 

THE LITTLE .MIAMI, VIA (X)LLMBC.S, 

IS THK ONLY' ROL’TK to and from Cinciiiuati and 
WHEELING orSTCBENVlLLE. 

THE LITTLE MI.AMI, VIA COLUMBUS, 

I* TBE Only Kootb to and from Cinuiunati, t.'oluubus, 
Crestline and Cleveland, witii Ligbiuiiig Eipreris, with 
out change of cars. 

This is a great comfort to I,adies and FamiHes. 

THE LITTLE MIAMI. VIA COLU.MBU8. 
BEING THE SHOKTEH ROUTE from Cinciniiati tn 
the East, a uniform and safe speed is maimaineil. Con- 
nections are certain. 

BY ANY OTHER ROUTE friun (Incinnati a danger 
ous speee is required to overcuiiie distance and delays 
necessary in changing passengers and Imggage at Betlo- 
fontaine, Forrest, Sandusky, and ferrying at Old Ohio 

THROUGH TICKETS . 

VIA 

WHEELING, 

Prn'SBURG. 

DUNKIRK. 

BUFFALO, and 

NIAGARA FALLS, 

To all the Eastern cities. 

Three daily Eastern trains at 6 A. M., 13 A. M., and 
6 P. .M. 

FIRST TK.A IN— Cleveland, PUtsburg, Steubenville and 
Wheeling l.igtitiiing Express, leaves Cmcinnatiais A. .M., 
for all the Eastern cities. Also, Detroit, via Cleveland; 
Springfield: Wilmington, CircleviHe.Lancaster and Zanes- 
ville; Chillicothe and Alliens. This train stops between 
Cincinnati and Columbus at Loveland, Morrow, Xenia, 
and London only. 

SECOND TRAIN- Cleveland, Putsbarg and Wheeling 
Express Mail, leaves Cmcinnati at 10 o’clock, A. .M., via 
Cleveland, PUtsburg and Wlieehiig, for all the Eastern 
cities. This train stops at all points between Cincinnati 
and Columbus. 

THIRD TRAIN— Accommodation. leavesCincinnati at 
3:30 o’clock P. M. for Springfield: Wilmington, Oin^eville 
and Lancas te r, ChiUicotbe,^and MiUsbomugli. This tram 
■tops at all points between Cincinnati and Spnngfleld. 

F^hTH TRAIN-41eveland aad Pittsburgh Night 
Express, leaves Cincinnati at 6 o’clock P. M. via Cleve- 
land and PUtsburg, lor all the B.-istern cities. This tram 
■tops st all points Dstween Cmcinnati and Columbus. 

One train on Sunday at Sffio o’clock P. M., for Coiain- 
bus. 

Trains ran by ColUBibtutiBie— Tminatesfkster than Cin- 
cinnati. 

fare an low aa any othor Koata. 

THROUGH TICKETS 

And aD information can be obtained at foe new offices. No 
3 Burnet Hoose, second door west of Vine street; No. 177 

ront office, Gibson House Building, and old office^south- 
east corner Broadway and Front street, OPPOSITE the 
Hpencer House, or at foe Eastern (Little Miami) Depot* 
East Pront street. 

Office hours from 4 1-3 A. M. until 3 1-3 P. M. 

r. W. BTRADER, Oeaerai Agent. 

TBE OMNIBUS LINE 

Culls for passengers at aU foe principal Hotels fbr each and 
every tram. Rr leaving diieetious at either ot the above 
offices, will CUB Ike pues e nge trin all parts of foe city, wifo- 
outfU. h7b. RUGGLE8, 

myffOdlf Conductor. 



BK«30 KM. 

£ HA E vow ite .argei' t;occof Brorius cveroffeted 
IS the W.uieru dtntos. wiudi 1 will sell at low taun.— 
Iwiu n:iordaisfrOD Louuvilie, oi a |usrani*ssaiitfk?- 
oen. bariug be. n in the tousm-M sufficiently long to have 
aeon*:. iaesM wuat i« wanted to that trade Now in 
rtem— 

46C doi B Comaion BrtKoms. 
l,vX do Ju. riliakor do; 

4M d« Etna do do. 

fT* meduiri. Fancy do. 

1C', do-er tv hip* and ball Bioou:-.. 

8 M BAfiKEI I, 

,u.: eof Wfcii.ut and Uioot st.. Cmcuigau. «■*■ 



TssUmony of Mr. Michael Dima, Superinteadent of the 
Philadelphia Exchange, corrouarauve of tbe efficacy of 
WiUiams’s Anti -Dyspeptic EUxii. 

PBiLADsuTHiA, March U, 186J. 

Doctor James Wiliianu:— For scveiffi years past, I bavs 
been liable to atucks of DrspcMia; bm never nave I been 
more ditiressinaly afflicted witn its syteptoms, than with- 
in foe last few weeks. Indigestiun, nervous irritability, 
despondsucy, a sense of we!g.U in the stomach, and se- 
vere pain* in the 1*11 aide, rendering me, tor the tune be- 
ing, truly wretched. Fortunately, 1 was recommended 
by a friend to try your Elixir. 1 did so, and in less than 
tw.i weeks, unligesuon ceased: pam and nervous depres- 
sion left me, and anpeutc, with uieutal and bodily liealib, 
were fWly re-tnred. Tomefoecuie seemed almost mi 
laculous, and my object m wiitmg to yt,u is— a hope Uiai 
ofoer persons suifenug foe miseries or Dyspepsia will 
avail Uieiuseivesof your efficient ismedy. 

I am, deal *ir, yours truly, 

MICIIEAI. DUNN. 

Agcuu for liouisville; Ky., 

BELL, TALBOT h. CO., 

Jelldly ^461 Market st. _ 

GonBumption Cured, 

D AILY’S Inhidini Vaper is used in tbe cure of diseases 
ol' the Lungs. Worn *u the breast, the heal of the 
body causes an evaporation, which will be coiistanUy in- 
haled by tbe patient, pasmiig ge.nlly inUi all the air cells 
and passageri of the lungs, and supplying every partVvitb 
a sooUuug and healing va^ir, while tlic patient is taking 
Daily’! Extract of Giiising or Honey Syrup, for the cough 
and debihty, and his Balsam of Wahoo, for the impure 
HUte of the blood. It is acknowiedged by all that by in- 
balmg marsh niiaamn, or noximis vapors or air, foe fuiigs 
become diseased. Is it not equally true that, supplying 
foe lungs with an invigorating and healing medicine, will 
restore them to health? 

Dr. Daily keeps on hand a general supply of Family 
Medicines of liis own cumpoundmg. to cure diseases ui- 
cideut to our climate. Daily’s FamilvFractice, 834 pages, 
price five dollars, can be had at Daily’s Pain Extractor De- 
pot, No. 78 Eecond street, between Market and Jefferson. 
teV» WM. DAILY. M. D. 



apsodli 



URLSCRVING KITTl-ES -5^<0 wetebtofteau ai 
X amaUn l'< cservmg Keitlec Is sure and for saie cbea 
abote-itl* aud •• ’*11 by 

myi4 WALI. \CE. UTHQOW h. CO 



solicii lor turn a coouiiuaBce ol foe putitiMge so libei^iy 
bestowed up<-n me. 6&). sT^EWVRT. 

'aNDRKW STEWART, ■ 

WMOIXSaLX AHS aXTXlL 

NorUitdtt corner of Market ami fjfth tlrttit, 

LIMMHVILLK. KY. 

(kF-All kisJ* of country produce uken la eickaag*. 



*'|vlN plate. — dM boxes Tin Plate, 1-3 IX superior 
I Charcoal braiids In stole and for saie at foe very low- 
est market prices by 

myw WALLACE. LITHGOW fc CO. 



t-UrkNi at I t. MAUlu riA WOk, 

Vk L b«ve i.tsi I, .ei.oal ib. lii-iioi ot G 
V V F Jack-oi New 'ale Puiio Pones, 
lusnuiS'-.inied in.ia«<'ity .-ipfi—ly for us;i I 6 i |l 
.•a.) It, ,-aihnx the atienmin .m purrjiasmt to tlll^ im 
,.n>vi a -oaie w - leH |-,«itive il.c)' ra n*H be exi-elk-d in 
I-,,. seine.. 04 fnie by any ixber I'lxau wUeihcr 
,'t La.'i-i’-. ' ' i\ --letM lu/ike. sliort of a f-lilt Grand; and 
at tii'-v SI ■ sauatiieed • uual w OUT other in workni'to 
•4iip, laatcriol, and dnrabi'ite, we unue,iia'iiigly ask and 
odcisrail who wi-li m rm- iurage koHie mnnutacture. to 
' all Slid essuunr lOir Jack-ue Pisaa* hefofe purcha-ing 
•Isev-hc e. \.C tkD. MiGtSK. 

aii34 73 Fourth st., under National Hulel. 



HElfr ZINC.— dca*ks No. SStmei Zuicjust reemved 



• •#37 Nlarke(o6.«6«t. Hr*«kffin*r6 , 
A4»0INVI1,1,B, KV. 

I HAVKJustracnvedniy FaU l4*oek of FtU a»d Wm 
ter Hate and Caps, Holt Traveling Hats, Toufoa an 
t.'kildreaa* Hols and Caps ud above aM foM doe all 
Dress Hat, which m the neatest lo be tosuid « Ike eity B 
os low prK-o. 

TlMuiaftil for pose Ikeon, I kope to share a eMtintwhs 
•( foe same. B. SOUEM.M.VANN. 

ocWdtf No, *37 Market *4reei. 



.I..\CE, LITHGOW k CO. 



’IKE, WIRE.— I&J bundles beat Laqueied Penn Wire 
assorted, Dorn No. 5 to is, la >iure :<nd lor sale by 

WALI. .M E. LITHGOW k CO. 



Diyi^ _ _ _ _ 

1.VLVANIZED SHEET IRON 



-Instore a nut tiipply 

NB of Gaivamaed Hhcet Iron, of various nuiiibeni and 
izes tor rooting, gutters kr., at luices as low as can be 
foirekaseJ (Joewhere. Call at 

piny WALI. ACE, LITHGOW k t'O.’H. 



a. WtROBSSTBU. A. A. Wl«r BBSTS 

WINCHSSTER * CO.. 

IMPORTERS AND WHOI.FJAI.K DEALEItig IN 



JGANOIES, WINES & CIGAKS 



CHA#* S. HOWK. JA8. WILffO.N 

HOWE 4 WnSOH, 

(Successor to E. N. Fuller g Co. ) 

FORWARDING AND 

Commission Herchants, 

N0.19 east front ST., NEAR BROADWAY ) 

CINOffM.MATI, •. 



JKMKS FISHER’S 

QUICK TEAST 

' r\H : K arUele U earefully preparedexpresaly for lam 
A liy us*. It will answer all the pnrpos*>* of good 
re-h o.j war’s yeast, in making alt klndsofUght breed, 
biscslt.eakee, foe., die. 

liouiekeepert wili save money by using Fisker’i 
Wewk Vea^aso-ly two fotrda foe auantttygeneraUy 
t srd will suffice. Prepared aad sold wholaaale aad 
;eu^ilby JAMM8 FISHER, 

('•<'.raerotPt«-thaBd Oveen Street*, bouisville, R 



Sbelby Street Mills 



Together with a full assortment of 

Fancy Goods, Notions, fte. 

Also. Depot for Wicitester’s Kentucky I.IbiomM. 

Uortier *f Nltrtk matt Jlmlm Ngr«e 



A REnowreremnrthehrst new Wlieat by tbe L. k 
F. Railroad, and will be ready lo eupply tlieu- friendu 
and custouicre with new Flour, on Saiurd.iy next, and we 
■dial] endeavor tn keep cunslanlly on hand. Flour Meal, 
HhijMtuff, Shorts; Bran and Rye Flour. 

Jk^Apjrty at the mills, on Sfielby street, between Jeffer- 
son and Green. 

N. B. Thelugbest cash price d for Wheat, Rye and 
Corn. j,4 JVf 



OTSX KIIIX .~...WB. sro. DoatTS 

KINE&DOELTZ. 

0EALEK.A IN 

IMPORTED CIGARS. 

Pipes, Chewing Toba<N», Snuff, and ManuCtc 
turers of Smoking Tobacco. Depot of 

OAIL’S BALTIMORE TOBACCO, 

No. 76, Fifth street, near Market, 

|UCISV1LLE,KY 

e dif 



JOHN 0 . HARKJ 80 N, 

ATTORNSY AT LAW, 

A3G j«ffferB«m at., k«t. rmmrtffi dk rifftffi 

IMdtf 



A. Weisenherger, 

MACUI^E SHOP 



CHRIS. HAUPT 



respectfully offers bis serviees to 

hi* friends and tiie citixcns of Louisvilie 
genenJi|N m Cupping, Leecliing, Bleed 
^^J-LIJ-F i»M ••*4 T noth Drawmg, Maiket street, 
our domvWiow Aixtli, north side. 

N . B. Just received une fora sand fresh and foe bes 
kind of KweeUish and 1‘ortiigt.uh Leeches, 
o** I'HHIH. HAirPT 



T ' HE undersigned laving sold his stock of Drugs, kc., 
kc.,to Jos. Gousclialk k Co., -in tbe 33th day ol 
June last, lakes pleasure in recouiiiiending his successors 
to hi* friends and the public as men worthy of their pat- 
ronage. kc. 

Messrs. J. G. k Co. will conlihiie foe mancractare ol 
Aiken’s Celebrated Uuick Bast, and keep a Depot for 
the sale of it; at O. .Myer’s, corner of Third and Market 
■troeti — 



SCHMITT & BRO. 

S how- Case 

WARE ROOMS. 



Sfiutk Suit (/ Markft etreet, bet. Brook and Eloyd, 

iA»i;isviL.i.>!:. M V. 

^TEAM F.iigine* and Horse Power, Eawniendals. 8an- 
4^ ease itiuffrii.. Meat tfuiter*. Lard, Cider, Book, 1-ifo- 
'•grapu l*r< -Mr*. GiONi Moulds, Turuiiig Latlie*, and all 
kinds of |ii r.'ws; Pulie)'* and Slianiiig; Beer Pumps sad 
FcMsete, Water Pauip.. 

Aiikiitdsof I c pairing dose. j:it i30diy 

OW PRICED FRENCH CHI.KA, GLAilS 
WARE AND WAITERS. 

Iskmpff, OirandoiM and Plated Oooda. 
A. JAJBQBB A CX>.. 

1 1 A Haw Just roc e iT ed by Express a new ermu 

I -apply of tiie above mentioned good*. 

which will make our stock foe (argest Kll 
and most camptete la foe Wwuierf; 

** country. We wooM invite the attea 

urm of jwckaser* to an exaininaiion of nur stock aad 
prices brlnre mokiag foeir sefe ro aB. as we are coiifideai 
tuat m pomi of etytef quahty, aad price of goods we rau- 

aot •ail to please. 

A.JAEGBEkCo., 113 aad Ul Foarfost.,*' 
jee Moaart Hall. 



MARBLE STATUARY! 

D. IIEVm, 

SCULPTOR & CUTTER 



William Huggins, 

Carriage Manufactory 

rii^t Btrwet, b«t. nai3i axitl niffirHet, 

w->um has on hand and are f arnisliiiig Cat- 
patients, coiidifiinf of 
Ptetpos, Slidssat Ruggics. Prkice Albert 
•Mir* gy and Rocks Buggies, winch he t* sell- 
_ *"d Biey can be bought m the 

city. Those wishing aaythmg m foeir line would do wtll 
to give him a rmiU a* be warraiiu ail his work to ne equal 
U) any in: kis market. He has on hand at prei«ent a 
Pbrtou, finished in superior style, which he will sell at a 
bargain. jnykkUni 

A «OODAk671C£,±: AV a h Am K ff^KlCKe 



M. AIKIN. 

Deutsche Apotheke, 

J. GOTTSCHALK & CO, 

DrnggisU and Apothecaries, 

HUCCESSOIKS TO Iff. AIKIIf , 

CORNER GREEN A ELEVENTH STREETS, 



IN ALL KINDS OF MARBLE, 

Work ln:flaffiU«-Fiec«BsT»i3ik- 
~ ~ atantal StataapF,; 

of the citixeiie sf LouisviUe 
to his handaouae and nleeantiy 

__ ,T#oB street, between ffi^h 

He pMges hivfliith to be prompt m aa^bd 
-a Dim, and will guarantee bw work to ffbnd 
with any done this side of Mason ^ 



rmnew 

axoffikB A Orm«i 

tJOLICn-B ine patronage 
O and the public generally 
iiUeti establishment, on Jeff 
and FuUi. ■' r‘ 
all orders given 
a comparieOD r. 



J. A. I’SERT, 



BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER, 
Ko. 481, Booth Bid* of JmOmnoa, 
SBOOND 00«I3 nCAOW T ST 

LOUISVILLE, KT. 

N. B. All otder* for work. ntendiitt,2Fc*. fram p tly i 
a nded W, aad work srarraated la fit. mulm 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



jesddtf 



General Westera 



faoi8 



HUGH MARTIN, 



wholesale depot of 
YOEAJSt l*0’\^ca.d/ jrs 
At C, M«T4r’ff Cor. Mar Eel & id Bta. 



BAhsUTL M. BBRJTARD. 
attorney AT LAW. 

HOPKINS V1LL£,KY., 

W l I.L give Ins undirideil altentiau to all claim* entruRt* 
edi« liim ID tiie Connoer of ChnsUan, Tngg. Cold 
w <-ll. H<•pklll■, andl'odd, Ky..and Moaigomery couatef 
Penn. 

Reier in Hon. H. J. Stitee. Grant k Plielp*. Hopkins- 
Vi!'- : J.4! Noble, Robmsod K Bro., and W. D. Rend, 
•vit' ’i ai l.sw, l.oiii-vinc; Saer. Vancutin k Glass, I’hil- 
i-helpHis . Lsiifley . Kinyead k Co., CroeiaiioU; M'jnre k 
\ anculin. New t Irleana. mar36 dtf 



Rordon, Matthews & Co. 

FORWA&DINO ANIXTOlllflSSlON 

MERCHAJVT8, 

AND DBAUES IM 

ri. By UBAI.W, WaiSKT, BAOBII* 
LABB, bItTBB. *€.» 
WBHBIsIirO, TA. 

iryUboful oaek advameoa mud* om "irtgramimg 
MrBouaB,or to ettttaga A eovdoa, Bklt|ffi 9 t«. 
sMyttdtf 



Kb. 536, Nortimeet comer Mam and Thwd dtreeUli 

Lifomlavillo. By, 

r l calhng the aftention of dealers m our line In thia mar- 
ket, we would state that daring the last six months our 
attention has been directed lo getting up a large number of 
new Btove and Grate Patterns, which, added to oar al- 
ready large stock, gives us one of foe most extensive and 
diversified aasortxients in the western market. Among 
foe number, we would refbr to our “Ashland Kentuckian’’ 
Cook Stove, (three sixes oat.) These Stoves have great 
weight of metal, highly finished and efegant in appear- 
ance. They coabiiie all foe modern Uanrovements that 
practical experitnee has develop^. 

We would inv.te dealers to caD and examia* ror them- 
selves, and we tkink in auahty> Price, kc., they can be 
suited. Hatrinr enlarged our manufheturing department, 
we can promptly meet all demands. Tbankml fbr the put 
ronage which hu been so kiukly bestowed upon us, we 
trust, by «trict aad prompt attentioa to all orasrs, to se- 
cure a continuaice of It. And foe quality of oar manulh^ 
ured work *hali be, as heretofore, Mual if not superior to 
foe beat, and satisfaction given in alTcasee*. 
fhb» WALLACE. LITHGOW k OO. 



Refering to Um above advertisemeM, we take the libei • 
ty to ask a continuance of tiie Public Ikvor, promising that 
none but tiie freshest and porest Drugs and Medicines 
■hall be kept ia our store. 

Prescriptions will be put up with despatch both Nixht 
and Day. J. GUTT8CIIALK k CO., 

aa6 cor. of Green aad Eteventh su. 



SoathwfMt oor, of Ore«n and Bizth 

cMdia LOUISVILLE. K 7. 



WM. W. HUUHOS, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

Fine and Poplar Lnmfier, 

Dressed Flooring,Shingle8 , 

cftFO.p C430.p 

CORNER OF GREEN AND CAMPBELL STS. 

AOi;ikVll.LE, K Y. 



HENRY MILLER, 

GENERAL 

Eo^aver&Seal Press 

MANUFACTUEEB. 



W. SPRINGER & BROTHER 



WIITDOW OLAS8. 

wir*“ M the followiBg list just rrceiv* 

13 bexe« 6x10, 100 hoxes loxU* 

lU.' do 1*114; do du 10x16 

•0 d* Wald; 6J do 1CXJ7 

60 d* lOxU; 60 do 10x30. 

n do mi4; 60 do Uxld; 

6c da llxMi go do 11x17; 

ae do 13x14; 36 do ItXTd; 

36 da laxw: ffi go MxiU 

Fov sal* lowr for cask, hy £. TUKeS, 

m«*fi Or— u eooec bet Jackson and Hsiicoefc 



SALAMANDER SAFE 

BY 

Charles Urban, 



vv of tte ve^ best houses in Knropn, a large assortment 
of Fresh Dniy* aad Chemicals, to which we call foe par- 
ticular attenoon of Physleiaa* ta the city and country, as 
well as the —bbe in general. 

The list of Drugs comprises a hffi aasortment of oU the 
rare Koou. Herbs. Essential Uoils, etc., used in this Coun- 
try aad Burofc. Ateo, aioto-'f — *- *“ 

other extracti- 
Among the Chemicals are 
100 oa. Bantontae, 
lOCoa. Taiuime, 

.30 oa. (dttlnlne, 

*00 ox. Chlwodtae, 

Braccine, 

AtiopiM, 

Narcottaa, 

Bmetins, with a great 
For DaguerTcotypert, 13 oe ( 

Sold Clirystal; NtOM Jpf BUvei 
pyeneb OarvlAei and Trtaste V 
tele Mid retail. 



Engravings aad Designs got up, of ail eesepip- 
I. Also, an kinds of Brands cot to order with 
Offioe, Wo.jodThhd street, naarthe PostoAce, 



W OOD Engravings 
tiema. k 

dispatch. Owoe, ri o. lus 
up etaira, Louievillc, Ky. 



MANUFACTURED ON THE 

HffiffitM al4le of Paffirl atr««<* B««offi4l 
4wor Blest of Yiffio. 
CINCimTATI, OHIO. 

(k^Tbese Bates are warrahted Dry as weR aa Fir* 
Proof 



Ww w Books 

F'HJMMOOOU FERkV’8 Expeditioa to Japan aad the 
Ko China ffsoa. Bosutiful ittustrsted. 36 

Peter StiU, th* Kidnapper, aad tommoad. tl 36. 

Tac 8ut«* aod Territories of foe Ureal West, with 
■wandHiwewauons. ifiae. f i 36. 

The waadrifui advaruucsaf Cop4. Pnest. lie. 

T>«e C 4m«‘ at .Man— Llfs aad Leuois a. Mrs. Jadsoa— 
by Mr*. CaesMt. fil . ^ „ 

Reaeiead filagUsti ffanpriiras with Notes doc. 
NcwBuppiies-Lreat Aincncaa Bauw, Um of Bueb- 
Agua.a.ra K : ^ ^ 

acid Moaan Balldtut. 



AacoirttiDa. 

Amygttaitaa, 

A«paragme, 

tfoaium, 

PotasMum, 



TU08. G. LOCKERMAN, D. D. 8.. 
late of Baltimore, Md., respectfully ot- 
fers his proffissioual serviees to tne pub- 
y T_y lie goneraliy. Dr. L. is one of the earn- 
est rradoaies of th* Baltimore CoUege of Dental Surgery, 
aad has been insuccestful practice for twelve yeare. He 
aaaures the pvMie that aU operations pcruimiig to hi. 
Piafssmoa wili be perftinnedjn the most ■cieniific and 
dorable manner. Re can be con—lted at Or. Goddard’s, 
oornar of Wataut and Fifth itracis. 

Itgivaa aa vau pfeasora to in 
teaeraliy, ur.T^. Loaherraao, i 
scisntiPaandskiilfhl'Den^. II 
will give perfeciiatisnctionand dc 
him. 

I can be consulted ax bcretolbre. 



. LEVENSON & BRO, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

CLOTHING 



A. a SMITH. ■ r.OVTHBIS. Off 043 -PK>WLANO, 

SMITH. GUrHSifi k CO. 
Commission Merchants, 

AND 

WHOLESALE QROCERS, 

DEALERS Cf 

Fortiga acd Dom«itie Liquon, 

AND AGENTS FOR THE SALE 
VIBCIINIA * BMMTCCBY TffiBAgyg;*^ 
iVtf. 567 Main tirtei, kdeetm Smmi md IWdL 
ran Lffi«*STlLL«,KT. 

jr. X>OXAxXS 01N.~ ^ 

MAVr r kCTt'OR op 

Sold and Silverware, 

QALT A.>iizD<a, plahiiq s xteUTCfS or 

Spsess, f siki, lif. 

^^HbWMLMT MVAmD. 

KV. 



Moaait Balldtug, 



Excelsior Flouring Mills 

^Etjrlktlx kt>y W«t. narKes tasad Hlffiln, 



513 South Side Ifarket stroet, Looisville, Kj. 
16 Main strwt, DanrUlff, Kj. 

OoDtB* ForniRhiiig Gooda, 

BOVh*Al«D CBILDBK!V97CLdPTIIINffi, 

SHIRTS, DRAWERS, COLLARS, HANDRF8, 
SUSPENDERS AND HOSIERY. 

CARPZIt bags. TRCKKa, 4k0, Ac 

fk^^ats' Garmniis awde w otdar u tha very sauttsei 
b«>ucb mm36 M 



IflPocmtUr.C.t^vxssea U17 BaeC 
’VI 1,630 k* fi. C. fhj Beef.'plaia; 

16 dos 8. Beef Tvmgues; 

•ohalfbhU flunliyMcss Bseft 

X do <lo dn do Fork; 

100 bbU I'UauuoB io BaeP 

Clear ffi dai, (mok^ tad ta bulk); 
too bulk Haaw; 

600 do bhooldan; on btnd aad ftor sale bp 
J.NO.r.ffiCNKLE.CO., 
M* Ko. 466, M arket street, 



WM. H. OODDARD. 



T H(0 Minis in flistratatn>n.aadnuinintout 60bhl* 
af tups^s family FiOtu evarr day. Th* proprietor 
is determined t* coasult not lest tbe eonven etiae of the 
eot isu msT th— ih# whols sale merebant. Every sort of 
Flour miy be bad at tbe Mill ta tMf desired quantity.— 
Whtte Wbaat. BupeiKae Whest Fionr, Becood Batas, 
Ship itufr, and every son of Breadstoffs mauulbctarad of 
til* above articiev, kept cunstsiuly on band. 

Apply at tbe Mifi on Cigbtb sweet, between Market and 
Main siraat. 

J* . R.— Tlu blgbaet cash aacm paid fur wheat, kc. 

mM dff ^ ■ « h.Jack. ^ 

WmEAT --WHEAT— WBKAX. 

rw HK hishfe t cpsh Price paid foi Wheat. 1 wR] ea- 
1 doavor to pteas* Wl wboxlva me a aaM . 
ExteMorFlaurint Mill, Bghih lueet, betwtea Mata 



EDWARD TUKE, 
DRUGGIST k AFOTHECARY, 

ADD DEALER IN 

Paints, Dye Stuffs, Oils, 
I GLASS, PERFUMERY, 



XB ifitePf Ware, ll r ita rffiii i md Tea wars 
*' on hatid tn fba cite. Ateo aeep eotMtartif 

a baud FeaerVasa*. CologAia*: CaaSieetirk#: 
suo Cafftea; C^t aod ftaased Utasawaw; Cutim 
mp; Ut raa d Bl ae. tmmw •Mvw-|fist*dffiiM>d., Cr 
wara.Wc itanttone CmaeJ>iBiag,1>eaasdTui 
fram ikr aatebraiad maawfh c ecstee af Jame. I 
M«mii k Boa. aad ParnavaU k Oe_ af fo* staff, 
Kttai^. 6kd a general aasonauat of e 

eLtherawaie. fin owkt/T merrUaatt. 

Thay oaf atientw 1* oefr ioift and spksBiid 
meet uf c*sry dctCrifVlon Ot goods. TtMl ipnces 
fkNiod nnuaiilly hm.and thrai stock is pram ef 
aadetagaace eumutneexcclted hy aay W set e t a 



HELL HANGING. 

LOCK RKPAmiNQ AND GENERAL JORBING 
WORK, 

K- HARKEH, 

406 Jatiurawffi atraffi. katwaaa ffilxtJi 
•xkffi Savatatli. 

17 dtf 



A FARTWLEwttha cash CapUalaf iour or flvaboii- 
dred dollars in a boimct* that will pay from four to 
su uuadrod p«e ease. Good taiervnce* roqaired. Ad- 

A d. W* a Pi ffmrvaaaM ffKm e * .. -.a 



AND FANCY GOODS GENERALLY. 

Oraan akraat, l»at* JmImwii »ta« H«n 
eweixe Swnfiffi Side* 
mrtdly LOU18VU.LB, KY. 



fEDER GROVE ACADEMY, 

rOXTLAND, XT. 

letioa of the 
loudly next 
:'l be furmad 



and Market. 



IlkXTilA FLOCK— 

Ke 300 bMt Saperfine Flour, the varv article fbr bakers, 
160 hb* Sxoa Na> 1 Feouly Fkmr, 
m sacks Kitra, “o- Fa^P Flaur; 
too do do 43 thih Mo. I do • d<v 
TKielhattf IS Btade ftMd ■eleatad While wheat, and 

pot npeipreaelyftM Hotel* a^FMiiy FMaru*. De- 

bvsr^ in uy pan of the aity ftaenf ebarn , at EzcelsioT 
MUi* oa saaet. titween Main and M^t. 

I, evil g. H.JACK 



auitSdiy 



ION SIRUP. ,60 doxen superior Lemua Sirup ui 



r'OnUN YARMS. 

V> 16 bag* May-vule Cotton Yarns; 
st do do Carpet Gbam; 
lOQhatea do Mutwgi,^ 

<0 Bag* do CoUoa Tarine; 

So ^ ^ Condi* Wick: 

Received and for sjdet^ - -r ... 

aslo Bon. WlCKi k f6t>.,iii maiavi. 



Bialerf 



Lr ftore and fbr sale by 
CTASCU. 

80 30 " ■ ' 



NOCK, WICKff k GO. 



Wfla. thftry PnaiA, 



Lancaster 

French 

i*eo4ch 

thiuubiay 



^ 80 boxes CohxmbuB Bimeb, 

do do Klobmoad do; 
JuitrMsivfdandforsaJsby 
au69 IfUCK, WI..K« k CU, 



■Jasi recei v ed, go pMkagae ofsapeuo 



■raKYUf k CA6M