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OFFICE ON THIRD STREET, BETWEEN MAJRXfe ,\  D JEFFERSON, WEST SIDE. 



VOL. IV. 



LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 29, 1855. 



NO. 129 



DAILY LOUISVILLE' TIMES. | BUSINESS CARDS, j BUSINESS CARDS. 

H. D. RUSH; 

COMMISSION AND FORWARDING 

MERCHANT, 



rnLldlfkD fcVSKY MORNING, (iOFDiT* XXCBVTXh, 

KY JOHN 0. BULLfM V AN JOHN C. NOB 
cndcr fSi riRtf or 
HIJ LLOCK A: NOULSi. 



I A. JAEGER. 

FRENCH 



F. JAK.Gt.ii 

CLASS AD 



Office — N o. «2 Third Strkkt 



TERMS OF THE 1 IM KS. 

Subscri pilau* received for twelve months for $S— D- - . 
Yearly and quarterly at the same rates. All subsc 1 
lions pa. able quarterly. Single ''opln* 5 eeut- 
Country subscribers $6 per year. Tri-Wo^t ly, P-  
xblo ioadr.iDoe.S4. Weekly, payabl- n advance, = 
•Ivcrtisemeuts, not exceeding * ‘ lines or ie*s.iu§i‘ r 
lor $1 the first, and 05 ceuts fo» «ill subsequent u» r 
lions. One month, 95; two months, $7 50; tn 
months, $)- ; ever) additional square, 50 per cent 
Ic^s. One square, six mouth?, renewable on  
week, $20; twelve months, renewable twice n we i 
$46; one square, twelvo months, renewable om* 
a week, f 3' , each additional square, twelve raon: 
flft. Two square# iix month?, renewable or. 
week, $30; eacn additional square, six months, ' 
Advertisements published at intervals, viz: Weekly 
soui-weekly, tri-weekly, or monthly, are charged ? 
per square for the first, and 59 cents for every s 1 
sequent insertion. Advertisements from strange'’ oi 
transient persons to bo paid in advance. 
Adrortisements not specified ns to time will be ,j  
iished until forbid, and payment exacted. AH ad\ t 
•Dements for charitable institutions, fire compann 
'* ird, township and other public meetings, loser 
r  no-half the usual rates. 

-era! discount made to those who advertise by t 
\aar. The privilege of yearly advertisers will 
-jnflned rigidly to their regular business, 
atari I.'gos an l deaths arc published as news. Obitu 
lies cud ftinoral invitations as advertisements. 



cimA, 

EAHfH t:itf WAKt; 

A. JAEGER Jc CO., 

IMPOPJEWS and wholesale dealerst 
In French. English an« J Dresden Chinn. 
v.-Jf Glass and Qneo:i«*ware, No. |19 a -id 1*21 
Fourth street, Moz rt Buil ling, Louisville ky. 

SOLE AGENCY FOR 



HOTELS, ETC. 

FOUNTAIN HOTEL. 



CINCINNATI CARDS. 



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I A T* 



jiti 



LliiUT STREET, BALTI JIOKE. 

CUBAUGH A BRO., PROPRIETORS. 
ITj^Omnibuecs at all the Depots, and Boatsto con* j 
voy passengers to mn d from tho Hotel. 

JT /’Board per day §1 50. mvi’ftdtf 



FLUKE HOUSE. 



BOARDMAN & GRAY’S 

Celebrated Doloe Campana Attachment 

PIANO FOETES 

386 Cbcstnutst., opposite JJ. 3. Mint, 
PHILADELPHIA. 
Branch— 11? market Street, 

WIL M IN GTON, DEL. 

li J25 deodGm JOMTN iff ABEH . 

h. s. SKILUkB 

COMMISSION MERCHANT 

i , J lVo. 5GO, 'Ittinstrect, between Keeon: 
l ; and Third. 

AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

;;; flour liquobs groceries 

.Will i-i 



AND WHOLKSAl 1! AMI RETAIL DEALER IN 

PBUDLCE Ul'EVRKV DESCltlTTiCN 
^iHruel.i., bct.Mxlb aud sevcntU, 

LOUISVILLE, KY. 

Icoruerof Nlarketandinonroc.treets, 

Si. T. mDKS.UIKATi WHEELING, VA. 

SO. 7 (i FIFTH STREET, j DR. WATSON OARR, PROPRIETOR. 

At the office formerly occupied bv the One T H , 1S Uouge U conveniently located in the imme- 
,v J 1 dlate bulsneas part *»f the city, wittiiu a few steps 

company. | of the Post office, L dr O. K. K., andO. R. R. Com- 

W ILL give hi; attention to the *c!o ar.d purchuao of pany’s Dopot. and near the steamboat landing. The 
Bank . Insurance, and Railroad stocks proprietor solicits a liberal share of pub ic patronage. 

He will eoiu.uct a general busiuess Agency, and As ho is well acquainted with tho wauls of tho trav 
everything entrusted to ole care and maiirgoment will ol log public, ho U confident that he con moot their 



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id 6 d v 



IfEILLER A; ISONS, 

♦ M k 1 A Gr E 

MANUFACTURERS, 

SOUTH SIDE SEVENTH STREET, 
Between Main and Walnut, 
t lnci'.ii vn oiiio. 

tflsS of CurngM always on haeil. Tl 



FIIsE PiCOOF 

SALAMANDER SAFE 

BY 

€9Lasles Urban, 

n INUFACTURED ON THE 

scalp * j_le of 3’ea.rl Hired, Nccoud 
floor Vest af Vine, 

CINCINNATI* CiilO. 

JT^Thes qf*atos are warranted Dry as wo. I as Fire 
Pr  of. mfiddiw’f 

ITiTLl) STATES 

u Afrit iinmen, 

r-i’MiflUed Semi-Monthly by 

zk Me Oo., 

GK ltROKr.RN, 

^«til?irr!*» cor. i bird and Walnut 

’ * ’ CINCINNATI. 

Teimscf 'i - Detector, invariably in advance §*2,00 
8cmi*Mr ' ;hh,§l^o Monthly. Including Glass, Coin, 
Book, an Br ok of Plates. For sale by Frank Mad- 
den, l  LUdrd street, three door? fr- m the Post Olllce, 
Lovisvilh. ru 27dly 

si’kTSue & co„ 

Fasiiionabic Tailors, 

/'CD MANUFACTURERS OF 

F) \T, ilE.VI ) Y-.M A i )E 

CI.Of.il N «i , 

FOR M;n, YOUTH, & CHTLDREN. 

Uftt I n 1 1 rth . 

v.  i miuTi. 

x; s.LHENGWLrii X GO., 

SHIPPING AND CO'f MISSION 

MERCHANTS, 

No. 25 Last Front Street, 
CINCINNATI, O. 

T HROUGH RECEIPTS given for property to the 
EASTERN CITIES by the various transportation 
routes. Speole attention paid tp Forwurding Dry 
Goods, ana to the PURCHASK and SALE of PRO 
DUCK. m22 d 1 y J.S.C.drCO. 



meet fwlth.ul and prompt attention. 

Huving d« voted much of his lira Jfor several years 
pasito the ( nlt«*d8tau - P nsion business and Bounty 
, Land '.awx, ho is enabled to conduct tho prosecution 
I of claims :ignin»t tho UriVlO S*a ?, .*s government with 
promptnea? uud dispatch Soldiers of tho revolution. 
’ and tboir heirs, ? re .nvii^d to give him a call Thu 
( old s  !diors who serve .1 in tho war of 1H12, and 
, who -erved in tho M«- »can and other wars, Are 
! '-’letted to mill and make tho necessary application for 
Bounty Land* duo thon:. 

1 Having received tho appointment of Notary Public, 
i he will hnpp  lo sorv • such aa may call upon him. 

I ar24 d**. w 



J7d^ i f _jQ • V *   ' -•* 

Steedmun « irieice, WARD & CAM, 



YtAhE 



.BAY. P. CABY, 



^BUSINESS CARDS 

Fr usrij 6 a5tbb, 

•ambditt Ajjcm, forwarditig a 
-Irrclinnt. 

COXKKR THIRD 4HO W *. I FR «TS., I.OJ I«VILr.C, kS 

U6NJ. A. fr'LOOD, 

DEALER IM WALL PAP OR. 
Vcnotian Blind A* Show Ouse IRalu 
nP 91 Tmai* rr.. Mam. 

PHOTOGRAPI 

GALLfcttY. 

(lornerThird .*»n*t Wain at reels, o- 
^|i»n«fieliH» V ? ... - 

" * •• / C to' (* • . ^Jm+4 V. /U ,; V 

Phol MU 

i ebon, 

lit in the oily i .-rraotwed iht ari in tho  -Uy or  • 
muny. I know our plotiir . cannot be sui iieise.i , 1 
Mtv city in tho Union. GivcmeacaHr.no atrial 
j'eMly HRBi INC 

WILLIA M 8QEKY. H. B . L. S OKH * 

WM. SOERY & CO,, 

COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTORS, 

Commission *nd Forwarding Merchants, 

No. 71 Cam i  %t., Ne w Orleans. 

^TO bills accepted or liabilities incurred except wli* n 
iN produce is in hand to meet them, .nd no produce 
•old to pity other mans’ bills. n2?  

SAM. C. SAYRES, 

. GENERAL AUCTION 

— AND— 

Commission Merchant, 

ITI VIN STREET, 

FRANKFORT , KY. 

tf 

CARTER h JOURTT, 

FOKWAKOm; AN Li GE^EliAL CO.'* - 
MISSION M ERCH.1NT8, 

LOUISVILLE, KY. 

W E, tho undersigned, have this day fo,*meda k - 
partuershlp for the purpose of trnnaacrini4 For- 
warding cud General Commission Business. ai4 have 
taken the bouse formerly occupied by J. BellJto . 23, 
East side of Third, between Main and Iho River. 

FRANK CARTER, 
W. K. JOUKTT. 

Louisville, Oct. 1, 1854. 

Consignments of Nails, Glass, Cotton Yams, and 
Pittsburg Manufactures solicit ed. d2 d!3ms 

M. ZIMMER, _ 

WIG MAKER, 

NO. 90 FOCHTH STREET, 
tVestsiflc, between Main and Marker. 

rN VENTOR of the Diamond Wins, and no humbug, 
1 as is practiced in this city. 

Ladies’ Wigs, Half Wigs, Braids. Curls, itc., made 
oorder;aiso, Hai Braidingofe.very description, such 
as Kar F.inps,| Bracelets. Breast Plus, Fob Chair- 
Gu ard C.ialnA Neckiaees, 

7UpLadies’ Hair Dressing don,e either at their resi- 



■joyrY-iOACH, Buggy, and Carriage 

V3 Munuiacturers on Firat h :- --1 ’ * 

I tween Market and Jetlorsou. are always on baud ard 
n 1 ready to see their friends, and the pul-He generally, 

1 | and par'icularly strangora, to our stoci: of trade on 
hand Wo pledge mraelvee in every instance togive 
! entire ettisfaction iu any l«raucb of our business. and 
./ill warrant all work we do worn giving- vtj y in dc- 
; fault of material or workmanship; and if snenanfn- 
I stance should occur, wo will inakoit good, free of 
f ' charge. We will stand up to our word, andwillen- 
! de;-.vor to giyeth.* greatest satisfaction to all who m :y 
i , -i.il on us. -i’ STF.A OM AN dc PlKltCF . 

~ v. STF.INAU, 

IMPORTER OF 

Watches and Jewelry 

OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 

AJJIO 

FINE DIAMONDS, GOLD PENS j 

PENCIL CASES, AC., 

Corner of .'.tit atid Aluin Street., 

At Llchten, Loewentbal A Co.-s Store, op stnirs, I 
m31 ly LOttlfl N I B KY. 

C. V. HAWLEY A. S. HATCH. 

NOVELTY WORKS, 

BRA hLS FOUNDRY! 

MACHINE 8H0P. 



IN1*0»TCKN OF AND 



wishes in every particular. 

iNsspwl *uj» Hotel contains thirty rooms more than 
the EuUw House ui Baltimore, and is more commo- 
dious than the Girard House of Philadelphia, and 
more than doubly as commodious, as any Hotel in 
Wheeling. 

Omnibuses anti Porters always in attendance to con- 
thos? | vey pa?scngers and baggatre to and from this Hotel 
ro ro- j my23 dtf WATSON CARR, Proprietor. 

CITY HOTEL. 

WALL STREET, BET. MAIN AND WATER, 
II. G1ESKF., PIIOPHIETOB. 

■j T~f AY IMG latoly perfected some arrangements by 
IJL means of which, the welfare and every regard 
j for the accommodation of my guests will be injured. I 
[ Ifoel warranted in soliciting a continuance of the pat- [ 
ronage which my friends and the travelling public 



wholesale & retail dealers | h V7.^:. d ^,r;. e y -,. 1 n a „ d my „ou,. „ d .. irab ,e| 

; resting place. 

Ferelgu und Houicslicllrandies, a i»y H. GIESX 

WINKS, GIM, CIGARS AND LIQUORS OP ALL; 

MANSION HOUSE, 

LOI ISVILEE, KY. 

n30 dAwl7 



| U.AJ.T.I 



FRANKFORT, KY.. 

UCKETT, PKOPBIETORN. 



of Main and St. Clair streets. For cheapness and 

Lh 



Gotiiam vs. the Crimea! , 

VS. tile 



fare this house is unsurpassed by auy ot!»er in the 
city of Frankfort. A share of public 
respectfully solicited 



deuces or at the store of 
m30 



M. ZIMMER. 



n. oastano. . 



. .JOIl.M O.URSO. 



GAETANO & URSO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF CANDY, 

WHOLESALE. AMD RETAIL DEALERS IN 
GRBflNAND DRIED FRUITS, 
Oysters, Sardines, Wines Cordials, Syrups, Tobaooo, 
Fire Works, Confections, Fruits, Nuts, Pre- 
serves, Pickles, Sauces, Marcaront, 
Vermicelli, etc. 

iMPOKTEliy OF HAVANA CIGARS, 
74 Main Street, bet. Seventh and Eighth, 
Locisvillk, Ky. 
dAwly. 

John F. Hendlen, 

Architect and Builder, 

OFFICE AND SHOP 

ON MAIN ST„ \»OVK I LOYIb 

LOUISVILLE, KY. 

W ILL make Drawings and SpCciflcatlorls, and su- 
perintend iho erection of every de^criprion of 
huildiiiff, or build tho same complete h. the city of 
Louisville or vicinity, on tho most favorable terms, 

N. B. Jhava made arrangements for all kinds o. 
Building Materials, and can furnish the same at the 
owost market prices. Dry Lui.  er always on hand. 
J10 dfira 



c. F. fiAWLEY & CO , 

MAIN ST., BKT. E1€ S TII iV NlNTfl, 

LOUISVILLE, KY. 

C l AS and STEAM PITTING, PbUMBINO a- J 
J PLUM BERb’ MATERIALS, GAS and OILCHA   - 
0F.L1KKS, Ac. x Agentsfor A. Meueeloy’d Sons* Boll ; | 
iiabbitt’s Pateut Box and &fcul; Faber’s Wat*. ’ 
Guage; Ashcroft’s Steam Guago; Kidder’s Gns Regu- 
lator, and J. A. Pay  V Co.’s Labor Saving Machines. 

rn dtf ‘ 

OI OI.KY, STONE A GO«y 

COMMISSION AND FOR YARD INC I 
MERCHANTS, 

Secondst.f bet. Main and fti« Hirer., 

LOUISVILLE, KY. 

P ARTICULAR attention paid to the purebaseard ^r-.o ! 

of all kinds of Produce and Forwardiug of M i 
ciiandise. Consignments solicited. 
mhl3dly 

8. L, HOCK o. W. WICKS J. C. BAYLBF'. 

NOCK 9 WICKS A: CU», 

GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

WHOLESALE GROCHH9 , 

AND DBAtVRS IN 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS 
TOBACCO, CIGARS 4 c. t 4e., 

No. oil Main «t. bel. Tliird dc A’onrih* 

Ix uisville, Ky. 

JAMES SOnERVlLUB) 
Mannfaclnrer and Wholesale and Retail Doalcrir. 

STOVES, GRATES AND CASTINGS, 

Copper, Tic and Sheet Iron ware, 

TEA KETTLES, SAD IRONS, CO PEEK MILL: 
SCALES, AC M AC. f 

SOUTH 81 DB Main, 3 DOORS aBijVB CORNER Of «VRNrE, 

LOUISVILLE, KY. 

JAMES SOHIF.BVILLE) 

W OULD respectfully inform his friends and the 
public that he hu.) opened a st  re at 3L7 Main 
street, where he will bo pleased to *oc uud accom^*- 
date all who may favor him with a call. He wanaiua 
his work to bo as good as any made in the city. Terms 
reasonable. 

N. B. Hoofing and housework In general done with 
neatness and dispatch . ml) dfim 

South Wester u Seed and Agricultural 
Warehouse 



t.A W 

B. Lancaster. 



■NOTICE. 



W. G. Riasor. 



Lancaster & Reasor, 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 

Will promptly attend to all business entrusted to 
them, in all of the Courts m tho city, and tho Court of 

Appeals. 

Office on Centre street, between Jefferson and 
Preen . a2 1 dtf 

A.M’BKIDE, 

WHOLESALK AND RETAIL DKAUiK IN 

e and tmy, 

MANUFACTURER op 

Plaines and Mechanics’ Tools, 

NO.'Gi), THIRD N'E’HEET, 

m \ 29 tl 1 y LOUISVILLE, KY 

8. H. JONES j. T. ROOT 

JONES & ROOT, 

COMMISSION. FORWARDING AND PRODUCE 

MERCHANTS, 

Second St., between Main and Water, 

LOUISVILLE, .j^Y. 

]»  »T 

JEWELRY. 

WM. KENDRICK 

WOULU RESPECTFULLY CALL ATTKN- 
tlon to his stock of BEAUTIFUL SILVER 
,W ARE, such as 

Rtoks, wakkantbd solid, 
COFFEE URNS, TEA SETS, PITCHERS 
GOBLETS, CUPS, FORKS, 

SPOONS, &0. 

w A T CHES, 

Gold and Silver, of raanv variolies, such as 

ORONOMETERS, DUPLEX, LEVER AN- 
CHOR AND CYLINDER, MAGIO 
HUNTING, 

And other stylos of casing, 1 many of which are made 
and cased to special order: 

CHAISS, SEALS AND KEYS. 

PEARL SETS OF NECKLACE, EAR RINGS 
AND PINS. 

Dlamnud Bracelets, Ha. r- it tun*. Pin. 

and Stings. " ’ 

MOSAIC AND CAMEO EAR-RINGS, PINS 
AND BRACELETS. - 

In a word, a general assortment ol articles in my line, 
are offered on fair terms at my pla o of business. No. 

71 Z?‘j d ,' llr0el ' b "' w0 3n M »*“' ed Market, Louisville. 
(122 dly 

_ ATT AN 0 N EV 

WHOLESALE DBALBR IB 

Foreign and Doasiestic 

LIQUORS AND WINES, 

HAVANA CIGARS, TOBACCO, Ac., 

„ ON FIFTH STREET, 

BKTWk X MAtXAtrn RtrF.R, (EAST Uflf.i 

13tf , ‘»nl»»lll«. K.r. 



H. P. BYRAM G. W. piTmH......e. W. pitkiii. 

imuni, PITKIN A: CO„ 

Manufacturers and boalereln 

AGlilCULTU R/YL IMPLEMENTS 

AND .n\r»ll*FS, 

BEHD9, THE .3, PL4NT3, *c. 

515 ITIaiustsf bel. Third & Pourlltt 

LOi ISV1LLH. KV. ml3ddrwly 

LOUISVILLE PLANING MILL, 

.No. 622 Mailt street, 
keoptbe laroeat atook of LUM BBR andSHlN- 
G LBS in tho city . 

Wnite and Yellow Pine Flooring. 

AT $20 TO $50 RKR THOUSAND. 

DOORS AND SASH. 

VENETIAN BLINDS, 

MAM TLEPIECES, MOULDINGS, 

PKAMKS HOR DOORS AND WINDOWS. 

SASH, r KIM ED AND GLAZED , 

GLASS, RUTTY, FA1NTINGS, NAILS, &c., ke. ! 

-ALSO— 

DP.88SED 

SHEETIHiii Aitufci ITR.lVFAj 

sX. i? n g -gxrxr ~T-r-rr^ ‘uu.i? -k ; 

Van do Square and Circular work of all kinds. 

Soxc« for Moap, €untlle« 9 Can- 

dicfi, Ate* 

Ifi 3 PRINTED BILLS OP FRICKS FURNISH HD : 
IF DHNIKBD. 

T22 J. W . BHF KI)E5i A CO. | 

A. FOIDAl 

Family GS-rocer, 

an" dkalbr in 

Black and Green Teas, 

EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, &C. 

No. 95 Fourth st.,bct. Market and Jeffemon, 

al LOI ISVIIJJ), KY. 

HUX^ON u D6LFINGF.R 

MANUFACTUKBRS OP # 

JKWELHY AND SILVER WARE 

Uboleiale* 

Constantly on hand Masonic, Odd Fellows, and Sons 
of Temperance Jewels. 

62 Fourth Street, West side near Main, 
mindly IT. 

J0H^ B. M’lLVAIN. J. BANKS M’iLVAlN. 

JOHN B, MUVAIN & SON, 

^ROGERS k COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 
No , 3t*2 Main it., one door below Seventh, 
l,on isvi « le, Ky* 

Prompt and particular altontlon paid Vi fr.rwardlor 



X AM now receiving at my store. 479 Main street, a ! 

very choice and el9ga»t assortment of 
' 5^* iuy ami Summer Goods for 1S53* 
■ejected by myself, iD-pen*- n.from tta*- lat©?i F.a»;e»rn 
importations, to which 1 invite iho attention of my 
patrong and friends, as well as all those in wpnt of 
superior Goods, made up In superior stylo at reduced 
rates, to prompt customers. 

Mv stock embracos as magnificent a supply of every 
description of 

GBNTLBMBN’S DRRSS GOODS 
as were ever exhibited in tho city of Louisville. 

• THOS. M. OLIVER, Merchant Tailor, 

479 Main street, Louisville, Ky . 
i!5 (Rucces««rto Oliver A Kiffin.) 

Wm.lt Fee & Brother, 

QUEEN CITY 

Lard Oil Laboratory) 

NO. 19 EAST FRONT $T. f S6rTH blDE’ 

BETWEEN BROADWAY AND LUDLOW. 

B Y a aocret process, discovered had applied by our- 
selves, wo are manufacturing a HO.N -GELATIN- 
OUS LARD OIL, superior in every respect to any Oil 
heretofore used. 

While passing through our Laboratory tho Gluten 
and Ammonia are perfectly separated from the Oil, 
rendering it betterund purer than any other for Ma- 
chinery; tor Burning, giving a pure white light, like 
a star candle, with comparatively no smoke. In con- 
sequence of the pe^3ct separation of Avnuonia and 
Gluten , this Oil ne* *r gets rancid In any climate, im- 
proves with age, and will remain fluid at as low a 
temperature as Sperm Oil. After trial in inanv quar- 
ters, it has been ound suporior to, and considerably 
chcapi rtb&n the best Sperm Oil for Cotton Mill M - 
chinery, Printing Presses, Head Lights on Locomo- 
tives, Parlor Lamps, and all other purposes where the 
Sper oU required. 

We are also m .nufacturlng und selling a superior 
No. 1 Machine Oil, for Heavy Shafts and Freight Cars, 
which, wherever used, is proved to be more lasting, 
more economical, while it gives more freedom to 
Machtnerv than the common Lard Oil. 

JUp Por the gratification of the curious, and practi 
caliy to convince our customers, we :;re exhibiting at 
our Establishment the Gluten , in different, stages, as 
separated, which, remaining more or less in all our 
Oils renders them actually unfit for the purposes for 
which our pure article is expressly designed and suit- 
ed — running Machinery with less .ban usual friction, 
and, consequently. secorlugao tiie consumer an im- 
mense saving in Machine Metal and Oil. Wo defy 
competition, for vre are not only tho discoverers of the 
secret, but carry on our Chemical rrperatlonsso secret- 
ly tfi it rival* can neither roach uor.aseit. 

* Owe i mi atI, Ohl », April I7,JH55. u 24 dly 

JOHN 0. HARRISON. 

ATTORNEY AT LAW, 

126 Jefferson M., bel. fr’ourtlt A Fifth, 

J26 dtf 

' CHURCH ORGANS! 

JOHN CON KEY, 

MANr** v ;ri;itEK or church oh* 

OANS, 

C0HH3R OP PKBSTON  Sr BROADWAY STS., 

LOUISVILLE KY, * 

T HE undersigned respectfully calls the attention ol 
the public to his Church Organs. He has all the 
late Improvements, and challenges the world to pro- 
duc* instrument? superior to his manuiacturo, either 
in style of finish or beauty of tone, 
fiddly JOHN CON KEY. 



N. B. Porters of this house will always bo at the 
depot and bonis to convey baggage to this house. 

ii.  fe J.T. LUCKBTT, Proprietors. 

27 d&wlY 



REDDING HOTEL. 

MERRITT REDDING, PROPRIETOR 

(Late of the Redding House ) 
SHELBYVlLLLi KY. 

Removed but not vanished. 

T HE undesigned, late proprietor of the Redding 
House, takes tin method of ini arming his old j.a- 
tr ns and the travelling public geuetfally, that he has 
taken the stand lately known as the Washington Hot -l, 
and has thoroughly refitted the same, and remodeled 
it, and i  now prepared to accommodate all who may 
stop with him, in the very best manner. He solicits a 
call from the travelling public generally. 

IU7*nemember his house is now the Rkodino Hotki. 
situated nearly opposite the Post Office in the centre 
of. the t wn.and not the Kxooinu Hocsk. 

Je29 dawtf M . REDDING 

W. P. CURD H. B. SHELTOPL 

CURD HOUSE. 

Opposite Lexington and Frankfort 
l&ailroad Depot, 

LEXINGTON, KY. 

Connected with this House are large and commodious 
LIVERY AND SALK STABLES. 

Also Hacks, Buggies and Horses to hire. 
feb7dly. 

MEGOWAN’S HOTEL, 

LEXINGTON} KV.) 

i s always opon to the wandering, weary raveler. 
Pare low. f6 dtf 

“CAPITAL HOTEL. 

J. C. PLArE, PROPRIETOR. 

FRAU K FORT 9 KY. 

HE above house is located in the central part of ; 

-I- tho city, with easy access to the Railroad Depot, 
Capitol, Court-House,  fcc., Ac. In all its depart-; 
rnentsitis emphatically a first class house, and the* 
bills are as moderate as any other similar house iu the 
Southwest, not withstand' ng erroneous reports to the 
contrary. A share of public paironago is respectfully * r . 
solicited. J.C. PLACE, 

J28 tf Pioprietor. 

FARBOW HOUSE, 

Corce; ot bixtii ana Lim streets, 

CINCINNATI, OHIO, 

Kf  FABLOW , Dropidetor. 

»’p HIS largo and commMlous new hous^ is situateu 
-1- in the cent e of the city and on the site of the old 
Central BoftftL It is ju?t being completed at an im- 
mense cost, and fitted up with entire new furniture of 
the lateststyles. A liberal share of public patronage 

 o 



1\ URANCE. 

1 FIRE, MARINE, AND LTFE INSURANCE. 

oo n fa « £ 

FiUK, MAKI Vi; JL i.H E INSLIC 

OFFICE, WALL .ST., LOCILVILLB, KY., 
(Ovor Messrs. A. L. Shot well  v oon’s.) 

WLSTtUIV INSURANCE company, 
NEW 1GIIK. 

Capital.... &200, 000. 

Invested and Secured, as required by the Laws of tho 
Slate of New York. 

HON. RUSSEL MARTIN President. 

CHAS. S. CARY Secretary. 

A S Agent for thio roliablc; Company 

to take Fire and Marine risks, at customary Vatt 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



MISCELLANEOUS^ 

1854. 

EAiiLE FOUNDRY* 

ALiLKN 8. WaLLaCK...J. S. LITHOOW...J. HKNRT TEIOIIaS. 

WALuACB, GITHfvOW & CiL, 
w OA- E, GRATE, COPPER, TIN. SHEET-IKON AND 
HOLLOW-WAKE MANUFACTURERS, I 

K r n. 536, Northwest corner of Main and Third streets, 

Louisville. Ky, 

I N celling the attention 01 dealers in our line in thl 
mi.rket, we would state that during the last six 
| months our attention has been directed to getting up a ■ 

I l*?$re number of new Stove and Grate patterns, which, 

| adued to our already large stock, gives us one of the 
most extensive and diversified assortments in tho west- 
ern market. Among ihe number, we would refer to 
I our “Ashland Kentuckian” Cook Stove, (three sizes. 
i out.) These Stoves have groat weight of metal, highly R 868 leave 10 announce that he has taken :helar|V 
‘ elogant in r.ppearauco. They combine ail P and commodious wareroom. No 82 Fourth street. 



J. A. A. Benfield, 

M.iNUFACTUREK OF 

Rose wood. Mahogany, Oak, Cher- 
ry, Walnut 



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FURiNTTUHE, 



finis no c and elegant in nppearauco. 
ara prepared | .I'oVelm.td'l irnpr,,vora ,nta ll '“ : .■r^-l^l e M .erlen«, 

, . . . . J!',®** ! We would invite dealers to call and examine f ir 

I have also ma rrangements with the following themselves, and we* think In quality, price, etc., tu -v 

j cun be suited. Having oulargedour manufactunngce- 
purtment, we can promptly meet all demands. Thank- 
ful for ihe patronage widen bus been so kindly bestow 
| cd upon us, we trust, bv strict anu prompt attention to 
ail oiders, to seen rea continuance of it. And the qunl- 
| tty ol our mar t red work shall be, as horn^fore, 
equa'if not ^ orto the best, and satisfaction givon 
u ali caeeh. ‘ 

teb23 W.VXLACM LITHGOW d i CO 



safe and reliable companies, by which lam enabled 
to negotiate any amount of Insurance that may bo 
required: 

EXCELSIOR Now York City. 

HARMONY Do do. 

COM MERCIAL MUTUAL Philadelphia. 

MERCHANTS’ Do. 

Family Residence* insured for one or more years, j 
upon the most reasonable terms. 

1 hope to merit and receive a share of the public 
patronag e. f fB tfj J A vies M. MOORE. 

Mercantile Fire and Marine Ins. Co. 
OF COVINGTON* KY. 
WtUHnsnr*Tct Prtv 

aj'i' Residences fro i thr^e to five, 

JsLit years, al reasonable rates. 

Apply to JAM. M. MOORE Agent, 

m3! No. 42 Wal l street. 

MERCANTILE 

Fire and Marino insurance Compa/iy, 

Covington, Ky. 

(BATCH, S BLOCK., SCOTT STKKT., 

CUartsrcd Capital t.iOO:':fM) 



I 3\r TSIiiriE I-s NO MIBT&KBI 

W. B. MHONE, 

T UR N E R 

CORNER 



between Main and Market, (adjoining Mr. C. C. Spen- 
cer’s Auction Rooms,) for the purnose of transacting 
a wholesale and retail Furniture business in all Its 
branches. There will alwavs be kept oa hand & full 
assortment of rich Rosewood. Oak, N'ahogony, Wal- 
nut, and Cherry Furniture, Satin ErocateHe and Hair 
Cloth Covers, togel her with ft large quantify of PL ’n 
Furniture, ail of which willbr warranted, and eola at 
the very lowost market prices, for cash, or on time for 
approved paper. 

rurn tu»e oi any ueeonption whatever will also be 
i mnna'actured to order at the shortest notice. 

I There will also bo ktpt on haud to assortment o 
I Hallctdc Davie’ Rosewood Pisuo Fortes, which aril 
I be sold at Boston prices. 

As J. A. A. Benfield furchose" all his materials for 
1 cash, he Isenabled x i oflorgrea. Inducements to buj« 
. ers. 

Solid ung, therefore, a share ot public patronage ns, 
assures nts friends and costoners tnat hts 'business will 
becouductedou strictly legitimate principles, 
oti .ldiwly 



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DIRECTORS. 



M. Greenwood, 

John T. Martin, 

5. W. Hassletine, 

6. S. Clark, 

Win. B. French, 

J. M. Pi, koring, 
George T. Sled man, 
Samuel B. Keys, 
William Comstock. 
L. Holliato*. 

C. B. Camp, 

Hartzell Haicer, 



Cassius M. Clay, 

A. B. Coleman, 

George F. Davis, 

George H. Calvert 
David Banning, 

T. W. N. DoCourey, 

Wm. T. Phipps, 

D. J. Fallis, 

Hehry Von Phui, 

Charlos Hubbeli, 

E . b. Bartlett, 

Cym Welch, - 

JOhn M. itfrdary. \ 

WM. T. THIPP. , JOHN M. MEDARY, - 
President. Secretary. 

CHAS. HUB BhtX, BRUCE POTTER, 

Vice Preside a* • AtK*ruey. 

AS Agent for the above Compauy, I 
mmsb prepared to take Fire and Marine 



risk i at liio usual rates, 

I ITT Office over Messrs. Shotwoli 6c Son’s, Wall 
I street, between Main and Water. 

mil J A M KS M . fOO RE. 

Gordon) Matthews & Co., 

; FORWARDING AND COMMISSION 



EIGHTH AND GREEN STREETS 
li' UfSVlLLE, KY. 
nr. ubscr:’ er wouju *. q ■ '-tfully announce that 1 
' np ri esta u! st tbs a' o ro 

named place, wh  e he is now prepar' d to execuie 
Tumi ; in n -'orU man-like matuor, viz; * 
Columuv, it .lu«tr td( V)iind!lcnlite)-« 

! Of ovi-ry order of Archlietture. A'lkluds of Cab- 
inet and Coach •rnabore’Turnir-g , Scroll saw ing of ell i 
: aescription ezeccrie^l. 

Ardors promptly px* 5 ^7KStiMUy attended to. 

,ly6 da w 6 glia 

GROCEEU 

Whelcvale uud detail. 

I H5 VR f; ’v on h . rid Oiic of tin- .oat assorted stocks 
of Groceries, whi -h l ill s 11 both wholesale and 
retail, far beneath tho usual rates. 

1 igucit prices riven, both In cash and trade, for 
country ware , and produce. 

t all an 1 . -miuo ray stock before p.. rchaslng else- 
Where. NOIMIfH S1LAK, 

Jo27 southwoal cor, of Walnut and Preston sts. 

Superior Dish Covers. 

W Karo now opening a stock of Wire Dish Covers, 
allaizei. This is now ihe season for flies, and 
wo presume this ar icl - will be in demand, as they a e 
great cOBven'enco al thi« season of the year. We 
ure now offering these Dish Covers at verv reaeonab’e 
prices. HOOK Sc LUCKE1T, 

No. 461 Market st., south side, 
ly 10 bet. Third and Fourth, near cor Fourth. 

F *.- a) VP- For Family u e for sale 

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W CASE 

Schmitt & Bro., 

’13 WK.ST THSUI) STREET, 

BETVEfiN TALNUT AND VINE STS., 1 

Cincinnati, Ohio., 

ASB (6 IYOIU SI WILI.1VH STREET, 

New York. 

A LWAYS on hand and made to order, at tho short- I 
•at noiice, all kinds ofRHOW CASES, in Sliver, 
Roscvood, Satinwood, Mahogany, Black Walnut, die. 
1’arti.r.ilar attention paid to :uaking Sashes for Show 
Cigar Cases,  fcc.^ All sizes of single and 



MERCHANTS* 

AND DEALERS IN 

FLOIK, VV HUSKY, RACOa, 

lard, in;s n;i , ac., 

WHE^XrlNO, VA. 

R e ’Liberal cash ndvances made on consignment to 
ourTlouse.or toGuiingsdt Gordon. Balliir''re. 

may 23 dtf 



Third st ,by my31 



R.S. RINGGOLD. I 



DUFFlELD te HAMS. 

T ARD in kegs and si. ne Jars; 

.12 Sugar-cured Joles; 

Clear Pork in hair barrels; 
Shouldersand Middlings; 

Breakfast Bacon in boxes; 

Dried Beef and Tongues. 



Por sale by 
fl4 dflm 



CHAS. DUFFIELD 6l CO., 
Sixth st. bet. Main and Water. 






Window , Jiipifi 

double thick rren.li GlAt. Ior sale attlio lowest 
prices. A?; M jssrs. Schmitts Bro* her have the largest 
establishment of this kind in the United States, they ! 
areatdeto mauufacture and 9«11 cheaper than any 
other Show Case manufacturer in the Union. 
m6tr SCHMITT & BROTHER. 

P. COPY# 

COMMISSION MERCHANT, 1 

AHn 

WHOLESALE DEALER /.V GROCERIES, 

P K O U II C K All) Ij I  1 i; U It s , 

N03. 17 & 19 Water Street, 

MAIN AND WALNUT STS., 

CinclKuatl.Olilo. mG tf 

OS t P. !!. LAWSON. 

I A WSQN'S :(.)NS, 



BE 



Canfield, Brother & Cc,, 

WHOMjgALK IMTOETHRS, MANUFACTURJiRa AND I «AL 
ERS IN 

Watches, Fine Jewolry, 

Silver ar.d Plated- Ware, Mili- 
tary and 

FANCY GOODS. 

229 Baltimore st«* cor . of Clara rle* M. 
R VLTliHOKT. 

Tnj*Countr  merchants supplied atthevery low«‘st 
rates. may22 dly 

1. C.Camh i lp. Wm. B. Canf ield Jos H.Mkrssith. 

Improved Patent Hosting Dlachiuov 
ior Warehouse*. 



Pk 



is respectfully solicited 
mfiuly 



Board $1 50 i 
B. PARLOW, Proprietor. 



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AND FIFTH, 



MARBLE .STATUARY! 

J. H. HlKGKAVfc, 

SCULPTOR & CUTTER 

IN ALL KINDS OF MARBLE, 

Fancy Work In Mantlt;*j»iece«« Tomb- 
atones «Y Or«;» tuniHl Statuary, 

QOL1CITS the patrons je of the citizens of Louls- 
O vi Ho and the public 'generally to his handsome 
and elegantly fltieu upestatdisnment, on Jefferson st.. 
between Fourth and Fifth. He pledges his faith to be 
prompt in any and all orders given him, and will guar- 
antee his work to stand a compuriat n with any done 
this side of Mason* Diton’s lino, 
ffltr J. H. HARGKAVB 

A. 0. Runyan, 

MERCHANT TAILOR, 

419 WAIN 8TKEET * 

H AS a very superior ftock of French Cloths, Doe 
ckins, Fancy Caasiraeres and ventings, of every 
color, shade and stylo, maae of the very fiueet and 
best material, wh ch h»- will make up in the most ele- 
gant style at as low figures as po*-iblo, e-pecially for 
'ash. The very best way to test tho truth of ■ his is to 
'e*4»on . £ my23 A. Q. RUN Y *. j» . .„ rn . 

AUMJSTBS f. TAKKEK, SS? 

Piaao-Forte T\;4er & Regulator, 

From N-,w York. 

! THE tunli ~ Is done upon anew and 

^ efr-«^8§entirelv differf'nl scale from any hereto- 
i r r T T flfore introduced into the Southern coun- 
try; in fact the only true and correct way to tnne Pi- 
anos properly. He has many recommendations from 
; ih^ most celebrated artists of both Europe and Amori- 
, ra, among whom are Miss Kate Hayes, the celebrated 
vocalist, I,. H. Lavenne. composer, John A. Kyle, the 
j celebrated flutist, HerrMengiss. a r.otod baritone, and 
□ timorous others. 

j Ono trial is all that li asked. Satisfaction warranted 
I or nor barge. 

Any qfdor left at the Music Store, 67 Third street, 

I will meet with promptness and dispatch. 

! Orders from tno country attended to on reasonable 
terms. 

| LorisviLLK, April 14.—tl7 dtf 



T. C. McAPEB. vv. L. McAPEB. 

M’AFEE BROTHERS. 

FORWARDING AND COMMISSION 

MERCHANTS, 

P. A. RUHL. 

No: 115 Fourth st., hrtwrrn Market and Jefferson 
T MPOKTBR AND MANDPACTUBEB ot L\- 
.1 DIBS' Trtmmtnes, Prt D go». r.i mp . Cords Tas- 
sels, Boltons, Laces. Zephyr. Worsted, Canvas, and 
Embroideries. Keeps constantly on hand a f ull assort - 
mentofth© above articles. 

All kinds of Ladies’ Trimming* made to order. 
m7 

C I«JAK9~I00,(M) McCracken Ar Hill’s H^lTsT^. 

Ish Cigars Jost received and for sale fty 
tfl Noutf | WiCk.8, 4 00. 



Wheelwright & Mudge, 

WHOLESALE 

PAPER DEALERS, 

NO. 14 HANOVKFSTRBKT, CORNER GERMAN, 

BALTIITIOKF,, DIO. 

AGENTS'FOK“THE SALiTOF 
L. 1$. Brown dc Co’s Paper.GeorgH King’s Paper. 
Carew Manufacturing J. v cDowell’s 
Co’s 44 Owen Hurlbut’s 41 

T.G 6c W.W. Carson’s 44 Platner & Smith’s 44 

Dickey & Lysle’s 44 Platner & Porter’s *• 

R. & A. H. Hubbard’s 44 Warren, Wheeler, dt 
Jessup  k Lafltn’e 44 Co’s 

aLSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT OF 
PIlINTINf} PAPEKS, PfEWSdk BOOK* 

Colored Papers of all Kinds; 

Mraw Hoard*. Hinder** 6c Trunk 
Board**, Honnct Bo trd*. Wlii le and 
Colored; Printer*.’ Card* Ar Card 
Hoard*. In every variely*, 

Tissue anfl fthoe Paper; Hardware and 
Manilla Paper; Pre^s aoarda. 

A full assortment of 

| FRENCH FOLIO POST, PACKET AND 
LETTER PAPER. 

i Marble Paper, Post Office aad Bank Envelope, 
I Wrapping Papers, all kloi; Sheathlug, Tack aud 
Sp'ce Papers Book Binders’ Leather of all kinds; — 
' Printinrind Writing lok, Alum, Bleaching Powders. 
I JUT* P«per of every description made to order. 
BSl tf 4tSV ‘ , 

J.T. LANHAM. 



M1CH0T & BROTHER 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PtAl.ERS IN 

Walches, Jewelry, &c., 

( DIRECT IMPORTERS FROM GENEVA,) 
Mam St., 3 doors above Fourth, 
lu Jacob’* Kutldlnv* 

BEG leave to call public attention to their 
uuriv&lled assortment of Watches and Jew- 

Wgbelry.just received and opened, direct from 
£SuZ&Goneva, where the whole stock was selected 
by ono of the firm . 

iBne Regulators, for hotels, banking houses, or any 
other offices, at moderate prices. 

Watch Glasses, Materials and Tools for Watchma- 
kers, at New York prices. 

Watches directly imported from our own manufac- 
top'll Geneva, wholesale and retail, al New York 
pric**" 

Wfctch Cleaning and Repairing done with neatnoss 
and dispatch. 

The lateststyles and patterns of Jowelry, Ac., re- 
ceived every week. 

Ifr* We invitetho ladies to call and examine for 
hemselves. No trouble to show goods. All our 
goods warranted or no sale. mlO 



K' 1 BT. SADLER. 

LANHAM & CO., 

IltIPOttTRB* OF 

Teas, Brandies, Wines, &c. 

AND ORALEH9 IN 

FANCY OROCPHIB8, 

83 (Fuel Hide) Third Street, 

jyl LOU18V1LLB, KY. 



A. J. MORR IS8GA 

(SUCCESSOR TO WINTER 6c MORR1SSON,) 

Nl AN l' F ACT I'HEU ANU WHOLESALE 
DEALEU IN 

Trunke, Hors© Collars, Bridles, Whips, 
Bnglne, Steamboat and Garden 
Hone, &c , 

500 Hum st.* bet. Third uud Fourtli* 

LOUISVILLE, KY. 

fWiTS THE above articles, and many others 
are of my own nianu 
Vmfacture, made out of the best materials- 
T Uttud In p'lintof workman-hip, durabili- 
ty, and excellence of finish, will vie with any mai.u 
act u red in the United States. Persons in want of a 
superior T ru^k, of beautiful finish, are Invited to In- 
spect my stock before making their selection. In- 
cieased advantages offered to the trade, and peculiar 
inducements extended to cash purchasers. 

Je 12 ♦ J yiOKRTHSrur 

CHEAPEST AND BEST 

HATS 

IN THE WEST 

JAS. B. WOOD'S 

(VO. 451 CHAHKET STREET, 
al d3m 



GIBSON HOUSE, 

Walnut Street, 

CINCINNATI, 0. 

A. WbTHCRBEE, PstOPRlUTOH 

m 29 dtf 

WINNIE HOUSK 

8c utli c sin t tornc ' of Tliird and Broad, 

way. 

CINCINNATI. 

[ AM happy to inform my old friends, and the public 
in general, that ! have purchased the furnitnr. and 
fixtures, with tbe lease ol the above Hotel fori* tom 
of years, and I assure the public, that nei’her ; ain 
nor expanse will be spared to reuder my gnests every 
comfort aud luxury that heart can wish. Give roo a 
call. and bo your ownjudges. 

J. B. YOUNG, Proprietor. 
mnr4 dly WM. YOUNG. Assistant. 



. II. & Re FENTON* 

PR auUUE commission  UT.CIIANTS. 

No, 13 Walnut *?rect.3d«or* Soutli of 

Fr; m. 

CINCINNATI, OJ,* • 

Give spe- Ir-lattuoMoh l* ihe sale of every description 

oi Produce. 

Yj ’Orders promptly filled atlo cost rata©. 

NTH. — “Q.iick sales and prompt retail 
R?fert'- Ben nett de Broknw, N' York; Smyth Sr 
Gote, bt. Louis; Cobh A Cq.,, Bu6.iio| Wm S. Vv right 
dr Co., New Orleans; Wni. dc Co., Pittsburg; 

. rn.ir.-lifliit - “ 



A. G. ' * u r.n , Lou 

general!) 



isvillo 



a ild merchants of Cincinnati 
roiiU ly 



CRYSTATi PALACE, 

sor mtavr corwxr or rirrn and jcrriRsoN street?. 

F OR the very liberal patronage hitherto extended to 
them, the Proprietors renew their acknowledg- 
ments to the public, and assure them that no pains or 
expense will be spared to procure all articles in the 
in,* of their business, of tho most superior quality, and 
such as will be approved of bv the best conn oiseurs. 

A fine LUNCH will be daily and regularly served 
from 10 £ o’clock, A. M., till ISo’clock, Al. 

Our bar is at ull times stocked with the most choice 
liquors, and we believe we have an article of Ginger 
Brandy superior to any to be found in the ciiy. 

The Billiard Rooms, under the superintendence ot 
our amiable and accomm* -dating 44 Uncle George, ’’ are 
furnished with superior tables, and every lmug..n*ble 

^randle*, Wines', Ac., can be obt-i-ned TT 
” ready bottled, and are especially recom 
ended for medicinal pnrpoaes. 
fl3dtf LUPJ4 A RAMBR1 GH1. 

El Dorado Exchange, 

coRNEit thirds jtefffkbon sts., I 

LOUr3VILLB, KY. 

' p HE undo rsignod wishes to inform his friends arui . 
I. the public generally that he has opened a Saloon, 
where everybody and everybody*’ frtendf can bo ac- I 
commodated with fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars at 
half the price the same can bo had for at an  »ther [ 
Vashi mable Saloon iu the city. 

I have also attached a large Lager Beer Saloon, i 
where l will bo happy to see my old friends and cus- | 
toniurs at ali times. 

All Liquors at this establishment can be relied upon 



-SizIJN BALJKAKN, 

SCALE M A NTJF ACTITRER. 

pATF.NT Balai c Fl^jr * id Pia’.forni Counter 
I Platforms, Hay Gte . -cs’es. .11 different 

Scale* constantly on hand, or . uk i ».rdor. Thir«l 
street, between Sycamore und Broadway, Cincinnati. 
ICF Martin’s patern of Hay Scalo-j alwayson hand. 
miS d I y 

e. nTfuller & CO. 

FORWARDING AND COMMISSION 

MERCHANTS, 

Office at Btailroad Depot und No. 15 
Fait Front strcc*. near Jlroadwr.y, 

CINCINNATI, 

Agents for Now York and Erie Railroad, and 
Eastern Transportation Line 1 *. 

TTF'AU Consignments rill receive prorr pt attention. 

h c are “B. N. F. 6c Vo*” 



.Mark Pac!’ ag- 

ai2« dtf 

J,_J0H5«*CdX- 



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Ti 



J. HIRSCHBUHL, 

KO. GO THLIKI  STREET, WEST S1BE, 

dkalj-.r is 

Watches and Clocks, 

H A VING oeen several years engaged in th 5 
business, it is scarcely necessary Tor the sub- 
scriber to recommend himself to public favor, 
clai ms to have a thorough knowle ige of his trade 
and warrants his work. He nas a fine stock on ht.it, 
comprising Jewelled watches, Ciockes, and a most ex - 
tensive assortment ol Watch Chains, Guards, Seale, 
Ureas. pins, Hroches. Arc. 

Mr. Hirschbubl is a manufacturer of clocks und 
watches. He has devoted years of close attention und 
careful Industry to bis business, and be feels confident 
of bis thorough ability to repair clock* and wat.ls*, 
and it will afford him pleasure to roguiato the time- 
piecesof his customers. 

. B. Helios constantly on haud Odd Fellows’ and 
Masons’ Regalias, of every degree, plain or beautifully 
embroidered, i he uecG8i*aryJ©wt»U,nlpo, are kepi on 
band, 
in 

street 

watch repairing, l remain lie: public’* humble servant 
*2bf4tf J. HlRSCrlBUHL. 



nvitingthe public to call at my store, No. 66 Third 
aet weetside, where I pay particular attention to 



B, PHruta : 

DRUI.GIST AND APOTHECAHT. 
Jlarket st., Hvrlli vide bet. I entJi ismd 

S lerenih. 

^ PRESCRIPTIONS careiully put up at 
. « ail hours of the day and rdght. « 

CcJ Chemical preparations prepared to or-/ 
deratt e shortest notice. U 

Keep* conslantantly on hand a fresh assortment of 
pure genuine Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass, 
l ye Stuffs. X\rni**n.  Vc.,A*c. m 27 dly 

P I KK Brandie*« Wines Ac.- 

30 It ca-ks Cognac Brandy, aoiro verv superior; 

5 X pipe* do do, dark; 

3o casks Claret Wine; 

1«'0 cases do do; 

10 bbls Haul Santerne; 

20 % casks Madeira Wiue; 
s x casks do do, very superior; 

20 X and % casks Port Wine; 

10 bis pure Peach Brandy; 

10-do d » Cherry do; 

25 baskets Olive oil; 

20 cases Sardines; 

30 bbL Domestic Brandy; 

2 pipes pure Holland Gin; 

100 bbls Copper Whisky; 

50 do Bourbon do: 

12 do do do, 6 years old. 

Also, bottled Liquo i s and Wines of all kinds tor 
sale by A. Z A NONE, 

Je22 Fifth st.. between Main and Water. 

r n*LLOW — Tallow for saleby the keg,barreland 
JL half barrel by 

■MfW JACOB KELLER. 

ND. 79FODRTU STREET. 

Moaquito Ears! Mosquito Bareli 

AT H. VV. WALTON’S 

Furnishing Store 

NO. 79 FOURTH STREET, 

Bet. iflAin and Tlarket* EustSlde. 

A S the time is drawing near for the lllile-winged 
mueiciansto maae their appearance, It becomes 

•i ndlj to 
bar, and 

have just received from tbe blast a very superior arti- 
cle of Mosqui o Net 1 ing, v hich I sm preparod to sell 
as low as any house in thn city. 1 have also on haud a 
verv fine assortment of * 'omtnon liars, made up, or in 
the piece, which 1 will sell cheap. 

I oi also prepared to fill all orders for Mattra ses or 
Beddlnx of**very ‘‘eacr pliou, either large or s-» all .— 
As I manufacture every articiein tho Beddingline, 
persons purchasing Beddmgof mecan rely ongtUing 
a pure anicle. I ha re now on hond fine Spring Mat- 
trasses, Curled Hair Mattresses,* Moss, Cotton, shuck 
and Composition Mattrusses, oi ail sizes and qualities; 
also, Com torts. Bed Spreads, Linen and Cotton sheets. 
Pillow and Bolster Cases, Ac. 

Window Shades, ofaP grades and prices, White and 
Buff Holland Trimmings &:C. 

All o- tiers promptly alien -I *d to, aud on 6hort no- 
tice Thankful for the very liberal patrouage hereto- 
fore extended to me . hope bv strict attention to busl- 
aessaud fair dealings to merit a coutiuance of same. 

h. w. walton. 

No. 72 Fourth street. 



necessary for every one who wishes to sleep soundly to 
nrouide themselves with a good Mosquito bar, and 
WALTON’S Is ihe place io procure a good article. I 



the fixtures complete, and warrant them to 
or no sale 

Also, PATENT IMPROVED FOUR WHEELED 
TkUCK. This truck can bo loaded upon tbe pave- 

ment and then run up on the sca'e and weighed end 
then hoisted to any par . of iho warehouse and unload- 
ed. These also are in us© by many merchants in thi a 
city, mid have in every Instance given satisfaction. 

m&27 dflm ' FRANKLIN L. BATES, 

East Fall’s A ronue, adjoining Pmttst. Bridge, Balt. 

Hydraulic Foundory, 

HOftTBZAST CORNUOr V XORiaUTOr: SND fLuYD STi. 

Louisville* Ky* 

T HB undersigned are now making Steam Engine* 
and Mill Machinery from now patterns got up in 
the most modern and approved style: also, tobacco, 
iard, timber, and mill Screws, Iron bulling, Forcing 
and Lilting Pumps of var ou* lies and kinds,© it 
iron Screw Pipes from \ to 3 inches diameter, Soekot 
and Flange Pipe from 2 inches to 15 inches in diame- 
ter, Railroad Car Wheals and Axles and other Hill- 
road Castings. The) are also the sole msnufactmorr 
of Roysand Proneh’s patent Hub Morticing Machine 
forwagin and carriage makers’ use, which has beer 
pronounced by competent judge® to be one of th* 
greatest labor-saving machines ever invented. Or- 
ders from a distance, with aatlsfaclor. references or 
cash remittances, will -eceive prompt attention. 

|2«* d.V wl v rahimwqhx A K NDWD FN 

Dll. A . J . V A ^ uVknli UE 

LATE P KO F KSSOK Q F T H K ECO LK C Cl NIQUE D 
MEDICINE ET PHAKMACIE LA PARIS 
(A Pp.xrTITIONXK roa TWMTY-MSS YSARB r*U.) 

A NNuUN;’KS tq his friends and the public *uat i*t 
- continues to dovo e bis time to the curi: • of the 
following diseases, vi Coughf, Colds, Asthma, Fits. 
Dropsy, Djspepsia, Liver Cemplaint. Piles, Fistula. 
Goat. Rheumatism, Scrofula. hiteSwelhug,Nervoue 
Affections, ^eveiand Ague BilUous Complaints, Ac. 

Dr. Yanderwitce has met witu great succors by hit 
pecuilanrcatmeut of disease, where other t©jy omi- 

sent physicians ha' c failed to produce a cure. Tc 

J. M. i$HKs roK . attest nis.c‘ 9fldenqff ifi h'«*»wr 4 t .ii  and jb rit,be\7il! 
•ma’t- '■t fTb A ~ * a !i Bn ■ WHf" **• . . - .,f r without CJiar.-O*, nx 

| eopting the cor t of tho '• • *** .Tuffiiriug no fee until 

J after tho restoration of * . dlh 



THKRK Hh - air.e* ore 
now iu use in the Statu 
Tobacco W a rehouse*. j «• wimchester. a. a. wimchbhtzr. 

r»y tuisl m«t.V ^ IV i NCR FatEK 6c  ;0«* 

others where* ffru it ; IMPORIEKrt Alt D « noLItSAl!’. PRAIBRR IN 
anioont iioi«ti*;g is 
required, and 
acknowledged . , 

» two years of service t  ^ ^7 A 

\mrte°Vr. ?oVto i T ^ elhor Wllh * f "“ f 

suitlargo or^mall ware 
houses hud pul them 
up with rope und all of 
ork well 



I Brandies, W ines & Cigars, 

Together with a full assortment 

Fancy Goode, Notions, &c. 

Also, Depot for vVinch vster’s Kentucky Liniment. 

Corner or Sixth :tn l Jl.tin *treet», 

Jel LOUlSiVl LLf:, K % - 

H. & J. DEPPEN, 

MERCHANT TAILORS, 

NO. 139 MAIN STRKB , 

. WOULD respectfully announce to their pa- 
‘mE Irons ana the public la general that the) Live 
ll lately eulargo.i and refitted their house in a 
UL very haudsom * style, more suitable to their in- 
creased business, and arc now iu receipt of abe- uti- 
ful supply of 

SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, 
which bav e been selected by one of tho Ann out of 
the latest Eastern importations, consisting of Cloths, 
Cussimerea. and V f oating8, p variety ol every shade 
and color o i tho mo*, superb quality, such a* Sin* mis 
ana Kielley’at oth, black Doeskin, plain and mixed 
r aocyand French t'ausirceror. blaok French L'rap 
d ’Etc, 4eo., ©lack and fancy .- Ik, buff, wnite, plain 
an J fancy Marseilles Vesting* &o.,aD of wblch will 
be mad© to order on the best ^rms a id iu the most 
fashionable and approved siylo. Also, rc-oemd a 
splendid ussortr.ient of 

GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING ftOODS, 
such as black and fancy Cravats, embroidered 7:ev 
Napoleon and Prince Albert Tle«, Lfnen Bosou. 
Shirt*, Undershirts, Drawers, Handkerchiefs, blocks. 
ColIars,Su6j onders, dtc. 

Buyers will And it to their advantage 'Jo examine 
their stock of Ready-Made Clothing, manufactured 
by themselves of good material ani woll made. 

Porcalo low at the old stand. 439 Main rireet, three 
door- btf o * Fifth. *25 dtf 



J. & J. M. JOHNSTON 

iroii219nnd221 tfest Tinril 4t»-cct, 

Cl NCI NN VTI. 

manufactitre bv steam power, 

fiaisiTs Patent 

REFRIGERATORS I 

XII AJJ. II I. JJ .LI .1 I. XII w' 9 1 Wafual- Private office ou pV-yd   .reet, i e.\veon Mar- 



Diseas* * of a peculiar cfcvt*: 
j move radically In a fow day?, w • 
I teriousniedichie. Ho war*. 
severe or lo-tg s’ar.dlug the HiseS 
or he requires no pay. Females 
laritieu. ner\ rtiMooss, debilt^ 



y'telmved by Dr V. 

In- lids • 

a letter to him, (post p 
tfav© advice and modicin' 



gimranteet- to rn 
I'UtpKhasiTe or de*o- 
» all, D * iraitor ItOW 
, an efiecin^l euro, 
itcring with irrogu- 
, cdu ’*o permanent- 



s O' 

ret 



20 d 



F.^VQJ*lilNS, Propri *do 



ure nd un&dultcrHlod. 

NOTIvjo. 

ItTR. JAMBS ,S. l-YTLE, of St. Tsouis is admitted 
1V1 ar 



PACKING BOXES AND BATH TCTBS, I ketand Je no:., -' ic© h i;,irr.m 

„ and from j to 6 P. M. 

Of every Description. 

T? A liberal discount to the trade. my27 d2m* UBBAN’8 ES, 

C. Urban. E sq.: Dear Nir - v «• tak 

i r anki.in SXINNSR. 1855* t Has. w. rRANKLix i pre.*singour entire sal f.icti^f. .1 tbe 

Salamander Rufr * - r - 



a partner In our house from this date. 

BARTLEY, JOHNSON A CO. 

lulv 1. I 8$ 5.-J el 

T AIIVsT: Salt— 50u bags flue Table Salt, juat ro- 
celvod and for sale b\ 

Jy2i NOCK, WICKS A CO. 

R. S. RINGGOLD, 

Chemist and Druggist, 

AN D DEALCR IN 

PERFUMERY AND FANCY GOODS, 



Sfciimer & Franklin,* 

Prodnce Commission 

MERCHANTS, 

No. 7i aud ii 9 West Front Street* 

CINCINNATI. 

R ECEIVE and sell Barley, Wheat, Com, Oats, Rye, 
Barley Malt, Corn Mult, Hop* . Flour, Feathers, 
Hemp, Lard, Butter. Cheese, Tallow, Bacon, Dry 
Prulis, Clover, Timothy and Flax Seed, Patent and 
Unfinished Leather and Hides. 

JppAgency for G. W. Smith’s celebrated Pittsburgh 
X, XX, and Ilennett Aloe. House No. &.S Columbia 
street. m20 ly 



a? 1 



of wnic 



our 

t r.*r waning said Safes 
:bdoiiug to you our 
•/‘itcie io rucoiutuend 
/• u«:h an urticle. a* wo 
ey truly are what they 



No. S7 Till rd *t., l ct. Jrfferson and 
market, opoo.itc Ibe Time. Office. 

pllPPlSd ei»«ie--A gooiTMSGrtmoul for P \ P E H AK EHOlJSE, 

Vy sale at 87 Third street, by --- - - J 11 ^ J 1 

ma y31 R- R - HISGGOLD. 



I ^AHNKSTOCH’S Vernifuife— For Bale st 
87 Third street, by 

ma yl8 K. 8. RINGGOLD. 

r^OlsOtiNE by the pint, quart and bottle, for sale 
v  at 87 Third street, Dy 



may 31 



R. S. RINGGOLD. 



C «ASs ILE Soap— A nrst rale article of pure 
t Castile Soap for sale at 87 Third Street, by 
may 3 1 R. S. R IN GGOLD . 

r t OOD Tailors will find employment at Liebten, 
ff Loewenthal dc Co 'a Pioneer Clothing Establish- 
ment, corner Main and Fifth streets. 
jy!8 d3t | 

NOTICE* 

THB undersigned has this day associated with him- 
I self hisson K. H Benedict, and will continue the 
Wholesale Grocery and Commission business unner 
the style of D. 8. heneiict Ac Son. 

D. S. BENEDICT. 

Louisville, July 1, 1855.— JyG 

EAGLE 

CARRIAGE FACTORY. 

« 



John McCall & Co., 

DEALERS JS 

WRAPPING, ROOFING, TOBACCO 
PAPER, (fee. 

STRAWBOXRDB BOft’TBr BOARD3 
RAOS* COTTON AND liKWP WASTE 
232 IVaiuutst., bet. Fifth and Sixth, 

my26 dt etflCHWATL 

QUI€ii YEAST" 

FACTORY, 

On the corner of Tenth and Green *t* 

1 am still mar. a acturing the best articles 



j street, at the late severe cc 
I by th* moil combustible me 
J nearly t todays tn thu burnt: 
beyond description mfi lin 
everything in go^d order, 
sincere gratification, we do i 
your Safes 'o those iu want 
! know from experience that 
| represent to be, “fire proof 

We remain very truly yours, 

wupiHltiK, BRISTOL A CO. 

Cincinnati, Cct., 1853. 

1 would call the attention '•  my friends and the 
public in general to the above r t or, handed to me by 
Messrs. W., H. dr Co., extensive llqu  r merchants.— 
Itis weil known by tie Clnc*u null public tnat several 
of my Safes, of different srsen, hav - stood, o late, j 
every sev«re tests. Among others, i Would refer to 
theflrnaiMr. • i ivill’s drug$* ; thut of Mi.*-,.#. Da- 
vie A t'o-, iruii 'it •reliant* n * founders; that of Mr. 
ShillLo, soap atid candle fact-, 
reaud  v .•'arran, liquor nn«$ine merchants. 

Safes all came out vetorio i^k! 
j the most combustible -nuieriSB 
, Having acquired all the ^lupr ivemonts, ! dare 
; say that my Safes are in ©rioe^* nouo made this side 
thj mountains. As to the **. , p  arauce, I com- 

bine neatness with durability un* ul for past fa- 
vors, a continuation of palrottcge i. kindl) solic'.icd. 

m7 C. URBAN. 



BOCKS. 

I N Df AN DOOTOM’5 NOTICE. 

* lAD Y’S Family Fra«’tlce of Medicine or Domes- 
I J tic Pnveictan, containing 824 pages. The deteu- 
liou ol this book fo* nine mouths has been  n thesn-re- 
type foundry of Hull A rotoer. The work is now 
in tne priuie r n and book binder’s hands, and will, 
about the 1st oi July, be ready for doltverv by mi ll, 
neatly bound iu leather. Pri«« 50 in advance; $5 
BvitMi. ur.istiM.1 «iq rp 8 at iho subscriber's expanse 
before the 10th day of July, 1855. Three copies $14; 
six copies $22: twelve copies $ 10. The book will be 
60ld to agents in every county in the UuitedStates.— 
i he terms a e these: Send $5 foi a copy to receive 
subscribers by, then order the number wanted at 
w n legal prices for cash. Good business men will 
make from $.S to f 10 pur day. 

Dr. D ily, from his having spent two years with the 
Indians in tho study of the me leal properties of U .bs 
in nature’s gurden. before being 8 graduate at Cin- 
cinnati. Ohm, and havii.g an uulimited practice for 
tho last fifteen years, hi s enabled him to writo iust 
such a book us the pcop e of the age require. The hook 
! gives the description, camrs, symptoms and vegeta 
» j * lo treatment ol 177 various diseases of men, women 

ploftsuro in cx- and chi! ren, with a plain description of nearly four 

. dUIH) of your 1 hundred medicinal trees, pi .nts and herbs. Illustra 

b id i»e at our I ted by Georgo Thomas, a disliogui-hed artist. 

'w# .mem, on - caoiore ’ Addre-s Wm. DAILY, M.D., 

.^satio.i. .s.ir rounded I jel3d1uwly No. 78, Second at., Louisville, Ky. 

m I. . 1 n vail ing for - -- — 

i fOWI’IG Jltichines — Ihe subscribers are 
 1 agentsfortbc -alo of the following Mow ing Ma- 
ch nos, viz: Mhuh-'s Premium Mower, sing o and 
combined. This machine has taken the premium, 
overall others at a great number of tials tho presen 1 
reason. Hussey's Mower, tho most substantial Ma- 
caine made. Also, Haines' Illinois Mower 
Jy8 daw BYrtAM. PiTKIN dr CO. 



rue dhui th 19 OVER. 

pRACB ml pl 4k $ li t c. a mii .i.htmu. 

I Main street. 

300 bbls superfine Flour; 

30 do Hugarhouse Molaasesi 
- •« do Plantation do; 

Kaatarn L.O Cwf «i 
35 do Isoguayra do; 

63 bbls large No. 3 Mackerel; 

27 do small do do; 

31 kits No. 1 do; 

139packages Tea in % chests aud b.'ue*. 
S  0 bbls Utica W nlte l ime; 

100 kegs assorted Nails; 

30 bbls Rectified Whisky; 

30 do Raw do; 

65 do copper-distilled do; 



1® X pipes Vieutt Cognac; 
"IK  fo ~ * *■ 1 ‘ l 



do; 



10 X do Marulle Brandy; 

15 bbls Domestic do; 

5 do Poach Brandy, 3 year old; 

5 do Apple do dc 
57b sacka Ear Corn; 

50 do Hhellod do; 

40 do Potatoes; 

30v. do Raoe Horse Oats; 

In store and for sale by 

5 G. S. MILLER. 

F I t ; E Lump *l’ol)aCcn. JkC.— 

110 bxs extra Miaiour: and Keutucky 5 lump To{ 
bacco: 

30 bxs extra X lbs Tobacco; 

In sto* e and for sale by 

Jv4 NOCK WT ,5 A CO. 



WHOLESALE Ai'D RETAIL 

Furniturs Manufactory 

AND Wi 'v.BKOOMB; 



JOHN SIMM, 



lh 



3I«ik 



ir country, by addressing 
and enclosing p. feo, cc; 
ornptly sent them. 

t. between Green and 



to 



12, A. M., 
ol ddrw 



1 surrounded by 



Relic; ITlountuin Coal. 

A T 12 ^ cunts per bushel by the single cartload, and 
of suporsor quality, for sale by 
al3 GILL, SMITH & Co., 

38 Wall St ree t. 

New Carriage 

^MANUFACTORY. 



Noe. 886 «»id 3S8 nortlioaet cor. 
and Sev**nlU sts.., 
LhllSVlLLF, KV. 

r l! A VE rt n hard and ara prepared to make to order, 
every deB' ription ol plain und fine fashionable 
Parlor Furniture, on reasonable terms, and at 
*h r\ notice, lo prompt customers. Je20d6m 

IPr * Undertaker and dealer in Uoffiua. 

Dressed Flooring. 

000 Hbd3d rate Flooring In yard 

, fcnd for sale oj w HI 1,1-08. 

Jtl? dW* oat. Or wn .» d Cnmpbji, Sts. 

O LD WIHsky- 

75 bbls 3 year old Pourbon Whisky; 

3o do do do p ye ; 

150 do Copper Distilled 1 year old W r hl#ky, 

Iu store and for sale by • 

 v7 NOCK, WIC KS A CO. 

yn NEW hTYLB PbUbH CAPS.— Boston Caps, 
IK a row, beaut ful and well made article of Plusii 
Bp which are offered at greatly reduced prices. 

dl5 J. B. WOOD. 



pHELSE — 38 bbls Western Reserve Cheese, In 
w store and for sale by 

1e‘iV r.II * f?MITH A CO 



THE subscribers would 
^re-purtfully inform tho 
’ public or iyOui8Viile,lhut 
“they have entered into 



P. Nell’s 

City Srewry and lifter 3eer Saloon, 
Mxlti bitweeu ’Inin sml (liver. 

I am prouared to furulah Barkeepers and others, aud 
deliver to all j arts of the city, a good article of 
Beer, or pui tho same* up iuY bls ai.d half bbls, ready 
| forehlpment. 

Thaukful to my old frlendsand customers for their 
i am sun mai.u mctunoguie ochi article* , | pwt fkvors, I hope by tlncfl Ration to business to 

of Quick Yeast in aarkc;, ami urn cnaM- d merit acouiinuaace of tbeir i*otrouag* . 

to supply those who wish to sell again atAkA ^ highest market price, in cash, 



supply those who wish to sell again ^iAa/^ 

low prices. This article is warranted inforiorMjh^ 
to none in use, being ma lo from the beet articles, and 
with the greatest oa’re, and will bo delivered regular 



ly, and always fresh. 
I have also a 



| pttril Kilakets- 5 0 substantial band 



made 

Peach Basket* received and for sale bv 
Ie23 BYK AM, PITKIN A OO . 



large supply of genuine medicines, 
drugs, perfumery, flavoring extracts, dtc,,  fec. 

G. W. .NDKRSON, Druggist, 
my4 d3ra Corner Tenth aa 1 Green etreota. 

P LASTER of Pnri* — Catcinea and Land 
Platter alwayson hand and lor sale by 
a7d kw BYK AM, PITKIN dr C O 



KE tTINCi 6c JOHNSON/ 

CARRIAGE MANUFACTURERS, j 

Jefferi ii sl.,bct. hixlli and Seventh, 
LOUISVILLE} KV. 

H AVE now on hand, and are constantly making 
Carriages of every description in the most ap- 
proved slyleand finish, which, for durability, cheap- ( 
Oessand elegance of workmanship, cannot be surpass- 
ed in the West. 

The attention of the public, as well as strangers vis- 
iting tbe city, is respectfully invited Vo examine our 
stock. 

We warrant all work of our manufactory for one , 
year. 

ir/^Repairlng done with neatness and dispatch 
J«3 d$daw3m 



PETER SMITH, 

Flour and Commission 
MERCHANT, 



A LUOBOL— SO bbls 76 and 92 per ceut. Alcohol, 
)ust received and for ealc by 
Jy2l NOCK, WICKS A CO. 



They Rust be Sold 

AT ANY PRICE. 

T AM selling out ray large stock or Embroideries 
I Fancy Go *ds, Irisn Linens, Wnite Goods, Hosiery 
Bonnet Kibbon*, Laces,  vc., ut cost, iu order to make 
room for fall goods. I will positively sell lower than 
auy other house in the city. .Gtv me an early caU. 

GK0-CGB C. SviLTH, 

JyJ3 Jefferaou street. 2-i door from Fifla. 



No. 



55V Main street, octweeu Second 
and - li rd. 

In the house lately oecu ied by Ormsby A Owen, 
Hardware Healers, 

j \T KBPS constantly on baud a supply of the b-st 
j L\ brands of Family Flour, which he Bulls at the 
1 lowest Market prices. Jy )8 



T I'. VS. — Oolongand Imperial Gunpowder 'lea* of 
the highest grad*? and of recent Importation 
which wo can strongly recommend lo consumers, for 
sale by I.ANHAM & CO , 

jyl Importers of Teas, die., 83 Third st. 

F KVCNCH ChocoLiG*.-A variety or very 
superior Freuch Cbocotaics. lor sale at 

LANHAM A CO.’S, 

Jyl 83 Third at , east side. . 



the carriage buslnoas in ail it  or^nches. They wilt 
pay special attention to the lighter style* of work, such 
as isiu-ide in iho Hast. Thov have j’u*t got out a n w 
und splendid Kockaway, that weight* less, ru -a lighter 
than any other, and is every way tho best article in the 
market, having unimproved patent fifth wheel. 

R pairing done on reasonable terms and al shortest 
notice. 

They flatterthora selves that by strict attention and 
be«t kind of work they will nngage a fair share of the 
custom of Louisville. Call -:iid examine specimen* 
at '.he manufactory, oil the south side of Jefferson st., 
between Second and Tnlrd. 

may 9 M'CREIGHT A ENDKKS. 

ICE CREAM SALOON 

M STEVENS. Jefferson street, between Pirst und 
« Second, has fitted up bi fine Saloon In a beau- 
tiful style for the reception of visitors He will ul- 
wa  » have on hand the finostICB CRKaM to be found 
in the city, of a variety of flavors, which he will fur- 
nish to order, eithera’t his Saloon, or st private rosl 
donees. 

M.stovensal* ) keeps all kinds of Confectionaries 
and fruits. Wedding, Fruit, and all other Cak**s me e 
to order on the most reasonable terms. a 22 dtf 



Engraver, Dye Sinker, 

AMD ftKAL PRESS 

MANUFACTORY- 

H ENRY M li.Lx o, corner of lUlrdfci’d Market b)j. 
upstairs, Louisville, Ky. 

All kinds of Door Piulee made and engraved to or 
der. Business VtaHtng Cards Engraved and 

Printed. 

BKaND CUTTING dono in every variety of styles 
with neatness and dlnpatr»v Jel d3m 

Noiiceto Societies and Military. 

'IlHK undersigned Is prepared to maki and ^urnish at 
l the lowest prices Regalias of all descriptions for 
Odd Fellows, Masons, Red Men, etc.., also all kinds of 
Military Goods, Cap*. Epaulets, Plumes and Swords, 
Gold and Silver Stars, Banners and Flags. 

“UHL, 

m N No. 115 Fourth sl.,u*xt dot t -•T-'Ylt .‘ jU. 

\ NO rHY.it B’liloon A*cen*ioii ti ill 

positively not take place on the Fourth o July, 
at the Fancy •'tore of GEORGE O. Alli'H, but on 
ihe morning and evening of that day, and trom that 
•mto. ho will pell good* ate s. preparatory to hi go 
IcgE-.jt Ladles, Como ouo, come *1 I 1 Am deter- 
mined, if you want bargains, vou shall go away pleas- 
ed. Jefferson street, second door from Filth 

Jy3 dtf 

K A1LHOAD VVheelUarroiv*-]2J Instore 
and for sale by 

JelO JONES dc ROOT 



'jiftA®- 



20 bsif chests Black Tea; 

43 do dc Gunpowder do; 

50 12th boxes do do; 

Just received and for salo by 

a22 NOCK, WICKS A CO. 



QlDEUauil Wlno vinegar 



WM. HUGGINS & CO.. 

COACH MAKERS? 

first street. »*et Bam and Jlarket, 

LOl lsVlLLt, Ky., 

KhEPonhandandraaketoorder.au 

klndsoi Coaches. Carriages, and Bug- 
gios Their work is gott«*n up wiih 
,^reat care, aiidor their own supervision, | 0 - 
nd t* w \rm'*te- equal to tnat of any 1 
^miliar ■»s , abli»hajent. 

, puollc g mer ill  aretuvlted io oall and inspect 



_ Genuine l i 
der aud Wine Vinegar, for salo at 
l vj UVHA.l *» CO.’ fi,»3 Third street. 

Ju«l Puhli.hsd, 

cpiiB CATHOLIC MPLODiBl, n collection of 
i- Masses, Vespers, n.n hems, Mid Sacred Hymns, 
chiefly from the manuscripts of the late Rt. Rev John 
ti. ‘Uriel, Coa ijutor dish -p of Bardetonrn. des.gr 
ed p lnclpally for the use ot counf'y corgrcgap.ons , 
bmuli ohoirs, and sch ols. Compiled anti arranged 
by Rev. James Elliott, wi-h the approbutloo of the 
Rt. Rev. bishop of Louisville. 

Price GO cents. 

WEBB GILL A LEVERING, 
je7 No. S°i Mi. I Vi street. 

p.iPEU Heugliift*-5eu Arrival*. - 

i The suOBcrlner* would respectlully oall public at- 
tention to their now and extensive stock of Paper 
Hangings. B »ruers, «&c., of th© latest designs, both 
American and foreign. 

The styles will be found ali that Is unique and beau- 
tiful, comprising uvery deacripti n a»«d quality, roc 
hu lowest price: lothu most wily manufactured. 




Persons wishlog r\eir h *Ure8 ; ape rod may confi- 
dently rely upon their w  rk being d« r© in the most 
artist* cal n annor, and with pui.ctualit  and dlnpavch. 

HV - KV v 1 • • •’ . 



their work and learn prices. 

j T» All orders from a dtriance promntljr attended 
to. 1 riei^dim. 



C 'l T T ohat'co— 

/JMO boxes (1 gross each; Hoyt’s bmokinj Tobacco; 
30 do do t hewing do; 

Just reuelved and for *sir bv 
Jj4 AOCK, WiCKl A CO.,511 Main ri. 



/ 













DAILY LOUISVILLE T 



JOHN O. BULLOCK.. 



.JOHN 0. NOBLli. 



LOUISVILLE: 

29» 5S.35- 






DEMOCRATIC STATE NOMINATIONS. 

KOK GOVERNOR. 

BEVLItLV L. CLAKKL, 

or BIMPSON. 

FOR LIEUT. GOVhKNOK. 

mm mi MiGoruJi, 

OP MBltctR. 

, FOR ATTOBIIKV GENERAL. 

K. \V . WUOIXEY , o* Fayette. 

FOR TREASURER. 

JAIMES II. GABRAUDjOl Boyle. 



. Li 



Voick of Warning — Col. Prestos and the | Ja»- B. t lay and Geo. n. Freutice. 
.:„SI ;:atios.— T he know nothing press of The public will recollect the controversy bc- 
i u  -lii it — lb. tiro mouth-pieces of Col. Mar- tween Mr. Jas. B. Clay and the editor of the 
I— are atiemptiug to tuake great capital out of I Eouisville Journal. Mr. Clay mr.de a speech in 
id ta that Col. Preston will support the present Lexington against know notbingism, early in this 
Ministration. They had better be cautious how [ month, and on the 13th a bitter personal attack 
. attempt to make every one believe this; for ; mil made up o I ini .a tbc Journal. On the 18th 
hey succeed, it nmv have a ruinous tiled upon Mr. Clay replied to it through the columns of the 
ir fortunes by drawing to his support the boasted j Journal, and on tbc same uav the editor of the 
abera of Democrats in their lodges. If we Journal commented upon it in his paper in a long 
ieved there were so many,X emocrats who wcio j and personally offensive article. 

On the 20th and 21st the following correspond- 
ence took place between Mr. Clay and Mr. Pren- 
tice, by which it will he seen that Mr. Prentice 
declined to hold himself "personally responsible as 
a gentleman” to Mr. Clay: 

Ashland, July 20, 1855. 
Sis: This note will be handed to you by my 
Iriend Maj. T. Lewinski. A similar one was ad- 



T. J . 



FOR HEGIST KK. 

rK AKER, uf Breathitt. 



FOR AUDITOR. 

J. A. «BISSTEAD,ol l ayette. 

Fok Fr«.id«kt Bo.rd I limits . l Imrrovkmrkt. 

JAIME* ;n. SEMUTTi of Bath. 

For Siipkr i nticn i»k nt or Public Instruction. 

UK ANT GREEK i of Henderson. 



IK DEPENDENT CANDIDATE 

ti ll. PRESTON, of 



NOR CONGRESS. 

I.OUiNViltC; 



ANTI-KNOW NOTHING NOMINATIONS. 
*FOR THE SENATE, 

Jofforson County, an din the 7th ami Plh Ward* ol 
the city, 

SA.HUSL I.. GF.IGFK. 
fa the six upper Wards of the city, 

CO MEM ANT DANIEL.. 

FOR THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 

II, IcITerson Count 
JOSHUA F- BULLITT. 
WILLlAHi a. MEKKIWETHEIt 
In the Thlid and Fourth Wards of tho city, 
f . T lU THKIr. 

In the Sere nth and Eighth W atdsof the city. 

■f HO Ml* JOYCE. 

In the First and Second Wards ot the city, 

.T. L. HE.ElNfi, 

FOR SHERIFF 

Of Louisville and Jelferson County, 

WM. U- VA*CE. 



New Issues in tbe Canvass —N othing so 
sjesrly loqicfttes the weakness of the opposition to 
Col. Preston as the frequency with which now is- 
sues arc sought to be raised, alia the old onto 
abandoned. Since tbe opening of the caiSjjaign 
there has been a shiftiug of the points of ADtirk 
both by Col. Marshall and his mouth piece, which, 
taken in connexion with their failure to Carry a 
single point, shows unmistakably the disposition 01 
the opposition, and the equally invulnerability^! 
our candidate. Never did a party have a standard 
bearer more worthy to lead them, not more aide 
to meet the overwhelming sloitu which at first 
seemed to oppose. Beginning the canvass with 
an acknowledged majority of thousands opposed 
to him, and with tbe enthusiastic support of an in- 
visible order claiming to be invincible in favor ot 
bis opponent, be has gone forth appealing from 
the dictation of this oath-bound inquisition to the 
people in their primary capacity, and each day 
finds evideuce of an approaching veidict in his 
favor. 

When Col. Prestoii first presumed to come out 
in opposition to the nominee ol the know nothing-, 
the chief objection on their part was his opposition 
to their principles. It was enough that he would 
not lay himself upon their piocrustean bed and 
suffer himself to be lengthened or shortened as his 
ca 3 c might in their judgment seetn. to require, and 
they proposed to defeat him sjmpl.v for not acqui 
esciug in the dictation of a party which he deemed 
dangerous. 

But when, under the glaring light of bis expo- 
sition, the principles and tendencies, the pernicious 
doctrines and the dangers of tbp organization 
were held up to tbe gaze of the people of the 
district, and they saw the conviction he was carry 
w,g-.a-.w-i. iRa whole system w as 

fraught with mischief and hostility to the republic 
as it is, they devised a different system of tactics 
Col. Marshall was the first to open thi- I: ‘ r v ’ them the ascenaeir-r irrtne elections, rciar^ 



- lug to vote for Col. Marshall, wc would waff 
no better argument to use for their conversion 
1 1 u this which the Journal is preferring as 

0, und for condemnation in Col. Preston. So 
fai from its injuring him, we are sure it will 
Strengthen his cause in every precinct in the uis- 
t.-i t, and we only wish that we could be assured 
tii.it Col. Preston would give his unqualified sup- 

i to this administration. But such we cannot 
uifirm, as from a just appreciation of his former 
p , ition we could not ask it. As a man of priu- 
ci. te — of stern, unwavering sentiment in politics, 
in  still holds different opinions, in regard to some 
uta of policy, from the Democracy of which 
; Pierce is the embodiment. Interpreting the 
constitution according to Jefferson, and yet be- 
lieving In the expediency of certain points in the 
W .ig policy, he stauds in relation to the Whig 
pm ty exactly as Stephens and Toombs of Gcor- 
; i.i stood prior to the destruction of the Whig 
pirty in tbeir State. Strictly Southern in seiiti- 
m  nt, and mindful of the great war of rights in 
n ; ich the South is engaged upon the defensive, 
I., recognizes the necessity of makiug this the 

1. .d of Union in the South, and the symbol of 

n tonality in tbe Union. Believing that tbe 
ib ie has now come which the immortal Clay in 
hi speech to the Kentucky Legislature, a short 
lii e previous to bis death, predicted soon would 
. ,,e — when the Whigs of the South would have 

to co operate with the national Democrats in dc- 
I. -e of Southern rights — he docs not shrink 
fr m this patriotic association with Demo- 
rr rs. Penetrating behind the know nothing 
in sk, which was used for deception, he saw the 
rii   features of abolitionism and hostility to the 
{South protruding themselves at tbe North, and 
r. fleeted in the South in the hostility to the Ne- 
ar ska bill, and has now come forward to carry 
o . the injunction of a man who saw with 
prophet’s pye and 3poke with prophet’s tongue. 
A- lar, then, as the administration coincides with 
Afi i. iicesto^ he will be with them. His views 

m the know nothing question were expresse d 
years ago in the convention, and upon tbc 
1 its of naturalization more recently in nis Koala 
ycii: while his views on the principle of the 
•liraska bill aud the rights of the South liave 
. er changed. As far, then, as he aud the ad- 
hi istralion hold common opinion upon these 
i. lots, there will, we presume, be co operation; 
bi t further than this, uo oue has a right to in- 
. 110 , It is not a question whether he will co- 
ol crate with the administration, no much as it is 
i [iiiMirtant to lefiect that Col. Marshall must and 
will co-operate with the enemies of the admini- 
iv.ion, who arc the enemies of the South and 
t h : em-mies of the Nebraska bill — the Wilsons. 

Campbells, and ihp one hundred and thirty six 
.; iw nothing freesoilers who, like him, ran on 
ii ad captandnm American motto and hostility 
to .lie Nebraska bill. 

1 ’ Democrats aud Keutuckiuus will not heed 
.’ ■ii danger is at hand, and will suffer themselves 
to fie deceived by fancying that the triumph of 
Col. Marshall will be any other than an abolition 
triumph, we intend at least to leave this record of 
our opposition and protest. 

. I J'Thc peculiar facility with which the know 
u thing party abandons its positions, and knocks 
out different planks in its platform to suit different 
localities, impresses one strongly with the belief 
tLat they me not fighting so much for the ascen- 
.!. : ey of their principles, as to foist themselves 
in: . power. Having failed miserably to consoli- 
Jai e themselves into a party premaueutiy Ameri- 
can, they present now the deplorable spectacle of 
i 5 :t of men striving by every means and by 
every expedite! and promise to hold together, aud 
euelr support just a sufficient number to 



dressed to you on tbe 18th, through my friend Mr 
H C. Pindeli, who having lately engaged in the 
practice of law in your city, found the delivery of 
it inconsistent with his views of the moral obliga- 
tion of the oath he as a lawyer is required to take. 

The object of this note is solely to enquire 
» hether you hold yourself personally responsible, 
us a gentleman, fur publications made in tbe news- 
paper of which you arc the Editor, attacking pri- 
vate individuals. 

I am, sir, your obedieut servant, 

JAMES B. OLAY’. 

To Geo. D. Prentice, Esq., Editor of the Louis- 
ville Journal. 

Louisville, Ky., July 21 , 1855. 
Sir: Your note of yesterday, sent by the hand 
ol your friend Maj. Lewinski, is received. This is 
the second note of that kind I have received from 
Hie family of Henry Clay. About ten years ago 1 
received a note from one of your brothers, sayiug 
he was informed by some person that I had spoken 
of him as iusauc, aul asking whether, if he should 
furnish the testimony of a specified number of men 
that he was in his right mind, I would accept a 
challenge from him. 

Y ou say that the object of your note of yester- 
day was solely to inquire whether I hold myself 
“personally responsible as a gentleman” for pub- 
lications in my paper attacking private individuals 
I am not awaie. sir, that it particularly concerns 
i o.i to know w hat general rules of action I pre- 
-ci ibe for myself as an editor. I have no objec- 
tion however to ioforming you, that, if I do any 
m in such an unprovoked and mortal wrong in my 
columns as to entitle him, in my opinion, to take or 
seek my life, I will hold myself responsible to him 
ill the field, and that, if »Dy gentleman does me 
such a wrong us to make me wish, for his blood, I 
w ill call him to the field 
I presume, sir, that all which it concerns yon to 
know from me. is whether 1 would accept a chal- 
lenge Irom you on account of my comments in the 
L-cj LvBle Daily Journal of tho J8ih inst. upon 
.uumfit-rri-.il pilbi ir.tcd iu rue ratue papur 
simo liaY Without "putting you to the 
able of addn - ing tile questUiu to me io due 
form, I say to you plainly 4 hat I would not. I do 
not wish to kill you, aud I am very clear ill the 
opinion that my aiticle affords you neither just 
cause nor a rational pretext for killiug me. I made 
uo attack or imputation upon your private char- 
•alter, which, for aught 1 know, is unobjectionable. 
1 merely gave utterance to the thoughts aud feel 
naturally aud necessarily excited in my mind. 
.u:d, as I believe, iu the whole public mind, by your 
demolishing the sacred old dwelling house of your 
ather and selling the lumber. You slated, iu your 
ubfisltod communication, that “aspersions, both 
public and private,” had been cast upon you for 
filing down your father's house. Y’ou thus ad- 
mitted that your conduct had already become a 
matter of public notoriety and disapprobation aud 
subject of public and private denunciation which 
you called “aspersiou,” yet these aspersions, so- 
c .died, had not been noticed by you. When you 
itlempted a defence of your conduct aud assigned 
your reasons for it, as you did in your article of 
Wednesday, you certainly gave a license for those 
comments of mine upon the conduct and the rea- 
sons. Icr which, as I presume, you now wish to 
bold me to a personal responsibility. 

My article was not a tenth part so harsh toward 
you personally as yours was toward me*Jfou 
stigmatized me, by a necessary and direct impli- 
c.iuou, as a "public calumniator,” charged me in 
ti c same manner with tbe “PRosTtTBTioN of the 
columns” of my paper, and so used the words “liar 
and villain” as to show that they were meant for 
me. I responded with more moderation than you 
ad a right to expect, merely denouncing that act 
of you ;, which, as it relate I to a glorious old 
memorial of departed greatness, was almost, in its 
character, a public act, and which has made the 
heart of the iiatioo recoil. 

“I repeat, sir, that I treated you with forbear 
Y us spoke in your communications if the 



warfare, aud his minions have, followed him 
Wheu the race begau Col. l’restou confined him 
self to the discussion of the principles supposed to 
be the sole issue; but driven from tfie support 
of his principles, Col. Marshall at Shelbyville as 
sailed Col. PrestoD for his vote on the Nebraska 
bill. Since then tbe American question seems lo 
be sought to be made a subordinate, issue, while 
the Nebraska questions, foreigu to the canvass, ar  
lugged in, in order, as it seems, to draw off atteu 
lion and discussion from tbe odious principles o* 
Col. Marshall's part .-. Why seek to raise new 
issues when Col. Mm ball was put forth by men 
who deemed tho one idea on which be is running 
sufficient to absorb ail others snd great enough in 
its results to enlist the Whig parly in its favoi ! 

The Democratic party would gladly have made 
tbe race on other Issues witli which Col. Preston 
and it were identified, in opposition to any man 
and party who might have appeared in the field. 
They would gladly have made the Nebraska hill 
the issue, and In such nwi would have asked or 
sought no more worthy representative tlau Col. 
Preston — for on this question he is equally idem 
tified with the party as in his opposition to the 
know nothings. 

But when the ground ot difference wa.. laid 
down so boldly by the so-called American party — 
when their motto was declared lo be merely toat 
"Americans shal* rule America” — why is' it that 
they desert the issue! Why i« it that their can- 
date and I heir press make such attacks upon Co!. 
Preston for his vote in Congress, as to give thtTmi- 
pression that they are really running under a ban- 
ner inscribed “no more slave tgarftbry — ftp- Mis- 
souri Compromise shall be restor«H“ — -Why iaut - 
that they suffer their leaders io' Vo misrepresent 
them, and why do they not insist upoij keeping 
their qaotto first above all others £ 

We notice the Nebraska issue to call the atten- 
tion of such members of the so-called American 
party as coiucide with Col. Preston, to tbe im- 
portance which Col. Marshall attaches to it in the 
canvass. There are many in this city aud district 
who, believing in the principles of the so called 
American party, are yet in favor of the Nebras 
aa bill. To such wc would address ourselves and 
ask them If, in view of the niter failure of their 
party in point of nationality, it is not more import 
tant to send a man from this district who is 3ound 
ou that point,, than to elect Col. Marshall whose 
position is dubiouk . and whose influence is as like- 
ly lo be against as lor the South, if the party South 
should coalesce with thut North. If it Is the ob- 
ject of Col. Marshall to abandon tbe so-called 
American principles, and take issue on tbc Ne- 
braska bill, we accept the glove, ana appeal to 
t« the friends of the South aud the Union to de- 
feat him. 



less of the concessions aud humiliations to which 
they may have to resort Tbis phase of the party, 
this greedy thirst for powei by whatever means, is 
admirably depicted by Cicero in describing the 
objects of Catalino aud his party: 

Atque iliae tumen omnes dissensiones erant 
ejismodi, Qurites, quae non ad deieudam, sed ad 
eommutand mi cam rem publicam pertincrunt: 
m.n illi nuelam es-e rem publicam sed in ca quae 
esset, se esse principles, neque hanc urbem cor- 
fliagrare sed se iu hac urbo florere voluerunt. 

Which reudeied reads thus; And yet all these 
d:s.- ■ nsions tua of that kind. 0 Romans! which 
pei i.riu not to the destroying of thecity.but to the 
changing of tue government. They do not wish 
b it there should be no Republic, but (hat they 
may be the rulers in that which is. Neither do 
they wish to burn this city, but to be supreme in 
tbe city. 

S i with the know nothing party. Their first 
idea was, in effect, to remodel (lie government, 
ind moke it intensely American and anti Calhotic 
T in many believed that .hey would destroy the 
Uni .n. Now they exhibit themselves in the rery 
barn. less position of merely try ing’ to make tliem- 
-i lvcs the rulers of the present form of govern- 
ment— in other words have abandoned principle, 
and are looking to the loaves and fishes, or, as 
that scholar aud Christian, Augustus Longstreet 
-n v.- are trying to get the ms oat and thc ou/s in. 

1 The officers of the know nothing councils 
here and elsewhere have evaded the granting dis- 
niis.- da in the hope of keeping the disaffected still 
m thraldom. That every ono may see the nature 
efihe contract made by the parties, wc give an 
extractiromj.be ritual: 

Vice-Prestdtnt Gentlemen; It iamy office to 
"fi. Iconic you as fripnue. When vou shall have 

e -limed the patriotic vow fir which we are all 
b .und, we will embrace you as brother!. Iam 
lUthurixed to declare that bur obligations enjoin 
uothieg which is inconsistent witli the duty which 
every good man owes to his creator, his country, 
his family or himself. We do not compel you 
against your convictions to act with us in our good 
work; but should you at any time wishlo withdraw , 
if will be our duty to grant you a dismissal in good 
faith. 

' This sc :tion of the ritual covers the whole case 
in i elation to withdrawals, in this they obligate 
themselves to grant a dismissal in good faith 
whenever it is the wish of the party joining to 
withdraw. A failure to comply with this applica- 
caiiqn either directly or by evasion, releases a 
member from bis part of the contract Nay, fur- 
ther, by the terms of the above, the very findiug 
fault with the principles of the order or its obli 
cations, annuls tbc contract, as an assurance’ is 
given that nothing is enjoined inconsistent with 
the moral sense of every man! Iu a moral point 
of view nothing is necessary for a withdrawal but 
a notification to that effect. 



Hon. J. J. Crittenden. — It used to bo said ol 
Mr. Crittenden that he patterned after Mr. Clay 
— that justexaclly as Mr. Clay thought he thought 
— and just as Mr. Clay acted, so Mr. Crittenden 
attempted to act. 

It appears that he has been so long iu the habit 
of following that he cannot throw off the influence, 
and is now following after Cbas. S. Morebead! 
The following extract from the Frankfort Com- 
monwealth’s report of Mr. Crittenden’s speech iu 
Frankfort on Wednesday last, shows the position 
assumed by Mr. Crittenden; 

Upon the Catholic question, Mr. Crittenden de- 
clared that he was utterly hostile to imposing any 
penalties, proscription, or disability, upon any man 
on account of his religion He Uad, further, the 
fullest confidence in on stive Catholics. He 
knew native Catholics ii /veatucKy in whom as 
citizens, or patriots, or •; idiei he had as full 
confidence as in any m»u’of a- y faith whatever, 
aud for whom be would v te if they were before 
him as candidates. 

Mr. Crittenden lik e Mr.  1 rehead, is a sworn 
member of a know no: ■ ag 'e, and the follow- 
ing extract from the 401.1. V  OATH taken by 
them will strike many -sons as entirely incon- 
sistent with the above dt duration — 

Are you willing to u ; yo uriuence and vote 
only for native-born Amor an citizens for all 
offices of honor, trust or p • lit a the gift of the 
people, to the exelu-iou of all foreigners aud 
aliens, AND ROMAN ( \TAOL10S IN PAR 
TICULAR, and with nU r ,;ai.lto party predilec- 
tions.” — 

Ana. — “I an 






Fatal Accident. — A young boy, the boh of 
Recorder Fisher, cH Men: phi?, was accidently shot 
in that city, by a lad named Doyle, while shooting 
at a target. The lit border has Issued orders to 
the police to arrest e very ono found bring pistols 
vrilbifi the city limits. Eight. 

/ 



sulfcr my name to be held up iu such manner be- 
fore the public I accordingly deemed it my duty 
to address to tbe editor a note, through tbe h.-nds 
of & friend, simply making the inquiry whether he 
held himself personally responsible, as a gentle- 
man, for publications, attacking private individu- 
als, made in his newspaper. I receded, through 
the postoffice, on the 23d instant, a reply from him 
ctued the 21st, iu which he refuses to hold himself 
responsible as a gentleman to me, and with a ticud- 
ish baseness, wholly unparalleled in the history of 
any intercourse between honoraole men, with the 
sole purpose still further to harrow mv feelings, 
alludes to an affair with which 1 had nothing to 
do, and of which I was wholly and entirely ig 
uoraut. 

Having thus placed himself without that pale 
recognized by ail honorable gentlemen, in this re- 
giou at least, 1 can never again, sj, any lime, or 
upon any pretext or occasion, conde&end to take 
the least notice of anything whatsoever that may 
emanate from the editor of the Louisville Journal, 
either iu his public capacity or as a private man 
I have thought it right, as I have been publ'clv 
persecuted, to place iu a public nratmer all the 
facts and circumstances before my fellow country- 
men. The first attack of tbe Journal — my reply 
to it — the reuewed assault of its editor upon me — 
my note to him through the bauds of a friend, 
and his reply through the postoffice, will appear 
under the same cover with this article % „ 

In the fullest confidence that a generous public 
will pardon me for thus again br.nging myself be- 
fore its notice, I subscribe myself, 

With great respect, its ob’t semi, 

JAMES B. OLkJ, 
Ashland, July 24th, 1855. 

[For the Daily Louisville Timei.J 
Messes. Editors: Our old Catholic Grandfath- 
er, honor to his memory, used to tell us of his tri- 
als, dadgers and adventures in the revolutionary 
war. He volunteered in the service at the age of 
sixteen, was oue of the picked men at Suwy Point 
and left his bloody foot prints upon 
Iwittle field down to the ar 

I orktowu. After the storm of batt It? had passed, 
over the field of Monmouth he found hitcsclf fide' 
by side with a brother Catholic, every ‘man that 
stood between them, in a long line, at die com- 
mencement of the action being swept avra*. Af- 
terwards these two soldiers met Again, in O d Nel- 
son, in this State, at an early day in its history ; and 
their children and grand- children have been in 
every war, in which the country has been engaged, 
from that day to the present. Our very heart 
and mind have been steeped full of these tradi- 
tions from our earliest recollection, and aU the 
practices and teachings of the Catholic church 
have ever fostered and encouraged the growth ol 
such feelings of patriotism It is surely com- 
mendable to take pride ip tbe deeds of our ances- 
tors when that sentiment nourishes in the mind a 
desire and ambition to imitate their deeds and 
their vitues; but of all the noble and disinterested 
virtues ot thit same old grandfather, none are so 
dearly cherished as his refusal to receive a pen- 
sion for his Mrv ices, sayiug that the freedom he 
enjoyed amply compensated him (or all he had 
done and suffered, and that his satisfaction would 
be heightened by feeling that the pensiouer’s gold 
had never toiched his hand. Our object in de- 
tailing these circumstances is to show the princi- 
ples aud sendoietots that actuated Catholics at 
that early ihy of the Republic, and that have 
been handed down from son to son to the present 
generation. But there are know nothing euitors 
who may say these were not u Confessing Catho- 
lics ;” — that they had imbibed their ideas of lib- 
erty from the spirit of the times, and not. from any 
teaching of the church. But let examine into 
this matter a little and seor Early in the history 
of Kentucky, aud when she was baptized as the 
“dark and bloody ground,” the Catholics of the 
State generally went to confession, and used, in 
their preparation for that purpose, about’ the first 
prayer book, and still one of the best, ever pub- 
lished in the couutry. We recommend these edi 
tors to examine the “Tnie Piety” at tbo “Table 
of Offenses” for “assiS^Pg a person in prepiriug 
for confession,” and, under the fourth comrnaud- 
ment, they will find the following questions to a 
“ Confessing Catholic 

“ Have yoa, as a subject, been rebellious, in act 
or intention, against the State ? 

“Have votr violated your oath of allegiance to 
your country, or instigated others to do it l 

“ Have you neglected to give information to the 
Magistrate of any plot against the State or Union? 

“ Have you, as a soldier, failed in your duty, 
loysvltv.and subordination to your officers t 
“ Have yo« deserted from your colors in battle, 
br at any other time ? 

“ Have you^cen any waVs wanting iu your 
duty as Magistrate or Jislg# V.* 

If* these *nt  croc Ur.es ; c not ' ^ 
the gentleman, uud do ... ct the 
recommend to them, qdmst their baud' 
turn to the eighth con-uandment, 
for 



Democrat as he is, in a district ?o u'liloimly .« • 1 ' 
overwhelmingly Whig. List year lie was the 
Democratic candidate for City Attorney, aud rs 
la e as last March he was unpointed a dee .at to 
tho Democratic State Convention. A s the sa; ing 
is, “he is all right on the g«X)i-o” now, and his t ! 
political sins are forgiven. From wh it wc have j 
hi u told, his nomination was secured m re for J 
th aid he could give some interested putns in 
ci i tain railroad projects, than for the strength he 
cculd bring to the party. 

tie know nothing about the Arkansas matter, j 
but we have frequently heard it said that Mr. J 
Whitley's election was rather of some moment to | 
the Louisville & Portland Railroad, iu which it is 
s»id he owns a large amount of stock, aud whose 
ov. ners desire to ma it up to the Louisville Hotel. 

Ol these matters we speak from common rumor. 
A* a member of the Legislature, Mr. Whitley may 
procure the power to extend that road to the c-.n- 
tro of the city, very much to the benefit of his own 
pocket, and very much to the damage of tho prop- 
el :y in the vicinity of the road. 



Vote of Kentucky for President in 

1852. 

khkad. Clarke. 



O’Hon B. L. Clarke, the Democratic candidate 
for Goverucr, will meet Mr. More head, and ad 
dr . 3 tho people at 

Ji i n Lewis' ou Poor Fork, Harlan co , Saturday, 
J uly 28. 

\N hi let-burg, Lt lehr r co , Monday, July 30. 

m, Pike co , Tuesday, July 31. 
Prestonsburg, Floyd co., Vfed’day, August 1. 
Jackson, Breathitt co , Thursday, August 2. 
Boonville, Owsley co., Friday, August 3. 

Ir . me, Estill co , Saturday, August i. 

Tbe hour of speakiog at each of the above pl a- 
ces will be at 1 o’clock, P. M. 

LT Democratic papers will notice the change 
especially after the 25th, and some friend in each 
county will give notice. 

O Hon. Beriah Magoffin, the Democratic can- 
didate for Lieutenant Governor, will address thi 
citizens of Kentucky, at the following times and 
places: 

U; rrollton. Carroll co., Saturday, .July 28. 
Bedford, Trimble co., Monday, July 30. 
Newcastle, Henry co., Tuesday, July 31. 



: “preparation for confession,” and read thi 



liUCO 

ughfc cf selling. *h«8 material of your' father’s 
house never occurred to you until mu£fi pf it. had 
jem stohn and othu.-wiao '.akec. aw ay, and you 
' aided, that, it yon had vJd bnfeTach of it for pri- 
vate profir, you wouTd reel yourself “unworthy to 
hr a Ke«**jcfctntr “ rl(J w* nid “tiy to some remote 

corner of the earth 'a- hide your “vile and dis- j questions; but in regard to which, wo sb " 
honored head.” I might in rtply have shown that] the Pope to grant a dispensation that'ii *„w 

the determination to sell the lumber of that old — L - - n J *- ’ •* ■- 

mansion was not. only fixed in your mind but 
avowed and published to the world uuder your 
own hand a month before the old mansion itself 
♦as broken up. I might have shown that you 
gave public notice, under your own name, in the 
Lt xiugton Observer of July 8, 1854, and in sever- 
al successive numbers ol that paper, that you ex 



Cr unties. 


Scott. 


Pierce. 


Adair 


. 457 


597 


A. !©n 


. 280 


454 


Anderson 


. 2 H 2 


000 


Bidlard 


. 2 G 0 


328 


Bi.rren 


. 11 l‘J 


967 


B..th • 


. 587 


765 


BoOilO 


. 800 


*69 


B* urbon 


. 978 


528 


l:«,yle 


. 003 


323 


Bncken 




517 


Breathitt 


. 90 


234 


Breckinridge 


. 842 


440 


b nut 


. 103 


446 


Butler 


. 312 


2 '.9 


Ci .dwell 


. 731 


674 


C* lloway 


189 


815 


Cr mpbcll 


. 577 


1098 


C: r roll 


. 440 


473 


Ci rtar 


. 180 


497 


:.»ey 


. 474 


230 


Ci ristian 


. *.73 


606 


C'* irke 


. 842 


322 


C! iv 


. 278 


185 


1 i nton 


. 270 


316 


Cr ttenden. . . 


. 390 


4c6 


Ci* mberliind . 


. 501 


157 


Di’.vleas 


. 11*27 


711 


K mondson.. 


. 206 


218 


Ertill 


. 358 


322 


Fi.yette 


. 1376 


609 


p! rming . ... 


. 


C9S 


Fl) d 


. 165 


222 


Franklin 


. 833 


759 


Fulton 


. 152 


233 


Gi llatin . . .. 


. 372 


111 


G rrurd 


. 8*3 


236 


G ant 


. 437 


572 


Graves 


. 440 


971 


Grayson .... 


. 443 


394 


Greene 


442 


487 


Greenup 


637 


660 


Hancock 


. 249 


205 


Hardin 


. 1007 


619 


Harlan 


. 327 


05 


H;.rrlson — 


. 802 


947 


Hart 


. 455 


578 


Henderson .. 


616 


u35 


Henry 


.. 744 


983 


Hiekinan . ... 


. 155 


370 


Hopkins 


. . 737 


809 


Jefferson ... 


. 3665 


4791 


Juisam.ine. . .. 


.. 550 


476 


Johnson 


64 


298 


Konlou 


.. fT5 


1384 


K uox 


. 187 


164 


i. true 


. 417 


348 


Laurel 


.. 371 


187 


Laurence. . .. 


. 385 


362 


L tcher 


.. 63 


78 


L wis 


. . 4C0 


50 ■  


Lincoln 


. 674 


338 


Livingston. . . 


.. 312 


267 


p,n 


.. 1294 


364 


L\on 


. (newcouutj) 


.M ftdlson 


.. 976 


541 


M irion 


. . 


763 


Marshall 


. 91 


425 


Mason 


. 1337 


896 


McCracken. . 


. 365 


410 


McLean 


. (aev couaty) 


Meale 


. 647 


230 


Mercer 


. 594 


914 


Montgomery. 


.. 518 


?69 


Monroe 


.. 337 


350 


Morgan 


.. 310 


509 


.V able 11 burg. 


.. 814 


553 


Nelson 


.. 958 


487 


Nicholus 


590 


721 


Ohio 


. 701 


62 j 


Oldham 


. . 388 


486 


Owon 


. 50   


1186 


Owsley 


. 294 


324 


Pendleton .. 


. . 262 


570 


Per»y 


. 130 


77 


Pike 


.. 221 


194 


Powell 


. in 


133 


1’ulaskl 


.. 707 


022 


Rockcastle . . 


. . 326 


97 


K isseli 


.. 43* 


195 


s  ot» 


. . 729 


8b8 


Shelbv 


.. 1184 


753 


Simpson 


. 389 


380 


Silencer .... 


. . 331 


340 


Taylor 




527 


Todd 


. . 652 


422 


Trirsr 


.. 560 


029 


Trimble 


. . 300 


49! 


Union 


.. 499 


612 


w arren 


. . 982 


606 


V* ashington 


.. 637 


680 


avne 


. . 46.   


342 


A hitley 


(ro 


returu ) 


\ oodiord. . . 


.. “706 


410 


I Total...... 


. 57,168 


53,rfn5 



l ubllc Speaking; 

Col. John D. Morris, Democratic Elector foi 
the Second Congressional District, will address 
the people at tbe following places: 

Cloverporl, Saturday, July 28. 

Haweeville, Monday, July 30. 

Owensboro*, Tuesday, July 31 . 

Calhoun, Wednesday. August. 1. 

Hartford, Thursday, August 2. 

South Carrollton, Friday, August 3. 

It. \l. Woolley, Z:«q-, 

Candidate for Attorney General, 

Will address ihe people on tbo political topics of the 
da  ul tho following times and place »: 

Owenboro, Saturday, July *• 2 - 

H. wesvilie, Monday, “ HO 

Hr. rdimtbnrg', Tuesday, “ 3i 

Bnuideoburg, Thursday, A op. - 

Hour of speaking, at each of the above placo* V 
v^ lock, P.M. 

tie wlll&Jd'v-xlhe paoplo nt l.opisYille. on 
trifrhi , August 4 kli . 

ho Democratic newspaper* of iho Slate will 
| l ’AH6Kive publicity to tho above ^i.iirnc nb. 



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mr’l lie opposition of tbo Louisville Journal 
to tbc Nebraska bill heretofore and now, is beau 
tifully in accordance with Lite sentiments and 
pledges which the following extract contains. 
We take it from the Journal of July 17th, 1849, 
but presume that the Journal holds itself uo longer 
bound by his pledges, since ho has acknowledged 
the supremacy and divine right of the general 
council and Pope Philip Swigert; 

Speaking of the Wilmot Proviso, the constitu- 
tionality of which I acknowledge, it pledges the 
Whigs to oppose its application in the following 
words. 

‘If any case were now to arise o! territory like- 
ly to be settled by slaveholders, the Whigs of the 
South to a utan would resist the application ol 
the slavery prohibition to such territory, and they 
would vote against a bill in all its stages contain- 
ing such changes,” 

Is the Journal’s hostility to the Nebraska bill, 
which merely opens territory to settlement by 
Southerners, in accordance with the spirit oi this 
declaration? 

Col. Jno. W. Finnell. — T his talented aud 
popular gentleman on an announcement of only 
a few hours, by handbills brought together a large 
audience at the Court house, ou Tuucsday night 
to hear hi n discuss the principles of the American 
party. His opeuiug was handsome and eloquent, 
aud he was getting fairly under weigh in what 
promised to be an able and highly acceptable 
elucidation of his subject, when he was taken 
suddenly ill. — [Maysviilc Eagle. 

This reminds us of a “very eloquent speech” 
Dick W intersmith once commenced, in Frankfort, 
in re^ly to Davy Meriwether, but like our friend 
Fennell, he “let down” just after the “opening." 
Eloquent hoys! 

CUA fatal rencontre took place at Fairmount, 
Mo., on the 13tb., between J. H. Childress and 

Dr. J. B. Craven, in which tbe latter was killed- 



ipecled to take down your dwcldng house at Ash- 
land in August, that you would have for sale “a 
large quantity of the old material’’ then iu it, and 
that “any one wanting such material could get 
a bargain by ai-plying on tiie PRKMists.” 

However, all this is very little to my present 
purpose. I have only to repeat that I would rot 
accept a challenge from you on account of my ar 
dele of Wednesday. And, as I sec no necessity 
lor my adopting the etiquette of duelists in telling 
you so, I shall send this by mail. I scarcely need 
add, tuat, if I have erred iu any statements of fact 
in regard to your conduct, I shall, on having the 
errors pointed out to me, Like pleasure in correct 
mg them. Y’ours, Ac . 

GEO D. PRENTICE. 

J. B. Clay, Esq. 

In reply to this Mr. Clay has issued the follow- 
ing card: 

'll. (he i'uhlic. 

It is always a task, fellow citizens, revolting to 
a private individual, if he have proper sensibili- 
ties, to obtrude bin private affalts upon the notice 
ot his fellow men. But there are occasions when 
he may feel himself compelled, however disagree- 
able it may be, to adopt sttcb a course, and be jus- 
tified in claiming public attention I feel myself 
placed, by the editor of the Louisville Journal, in 
such a position, and appeal to the tribunal of 
your calm aud dispassionate judgment the more 
coutjdhnt’y, as 1 think that your liberty lias beau 
assefied.in my un^n. In vadin g the sanctify of 
private kfc.rcgarnfeA of tiXf  -r» 

of sevepty-flvC years ol age, the w idow of the 
man ot Ashland. whose memory he has pretended 
almost to idolize, that editor has not scrupled, 
through the columns of his paper, to hold op his 
and iter son as an object, f„ r the scorn and indig- 
nation of his country i tien. 

Why is it that I have been so assailed ' Was 
it that I had personally offended the editor of the 
Louisville Journal ! Not so; never, in the whole 
course of my life, ind I given him the least cause 
 f offence; and if ibere was any public print in 
the land from which I ought least to have ex- 
pected such attacks, the Louisville Journal was 
that oue. Was it that I had been guilty of any 
act which any of you, placed in similar circum- 
raae-s, would have )u‘Sitat,:d to h ive done? I 
bought Ashland, as I 'liave heretofore said, at the 
desire of both my fa;, r and mother; I deter 
mined to do with it A I thought best for the in- 
UTtv .uui comfui: ja my family. It accorded 
better with my juii^Eeut lo rebuild my father's 
house upon the su.-wt design, using iu its con- 
struction every particle of the old material, stone, 
brick or wood, that would answer, than to leave 
standing an old mansion, through which the water 
coursed and whose walls were cracked to such an 
extent as to render it npjitively unsafe, as a harbor 
lor rats and a resort for thieves and runaway ne- 
groes. It is true tffat 1 did advertise in the Ob- 
serv it- and Reporter newspaper, as the editor of 
the Journal states iu his letter of the ‘.’1st instant, 
that I wished to sell certain portions of the old 
material, but I specified in that advertisement, 
doors, sash, Ac , which were utterly useless to me. 

I was not so fortunataas to find a purchaser for a 
•iugle article that I di^ired to sell, and the conse 
quence is, that a large quantity of old rubbish 
cucumbers my place, which I shall have to get rid 
of hy making a i.ou lim. It was not the offer to 
sell such old rubbisTtliat was referred to in the 
first article in the Joffrual attacking me. It was 
a very different thing with which I was charged. 
It was that, knowing them to be hallowed by as 
sociatiou with my lather's name, I cither was, or 
had been, selling for my private profit, the beams, 
ratters, posts, kc , ot his old dwelling house, to 
be made into sticks, snuff-boxes, Ac., kc. In my 
answer, which was published in his paper. I gave 
such inibrmation respecting my private affairs as I 
though' would have satisfied any candid andrea 
souahle matt, that be had done me injustice; it is 
true that I used language which was harsh, but I 
did uot fconceivc it to be too much so towards the 
author of such an attack upon me. 

1 n makiug his attacks upon me, the editor of 
the Louisville Journal was not instigated by any 
offence which I had given him personally, and my 
conduct with respect to my private property was 
but a pretext. He has clearly shown that he cared 
little for my father's name, his fame, or his fami- 
ly. The true cause, fellow citizens, of those at- 
tacks, was that I had dared to exercise one of the 
rights of a freeman, and had been guilty of the 
enormous off ense of making a public address to 
my fellow citizens around my own home, in oppo- 
sition to the principles of a party to which be was 
attached. I appeal to you if tbis was not the Bole 
cause. In attacking tae for such reason, your lib 
erty and that of every freeman in the land was 
assailed in my person. 

The reply which I thought right to make to the 
paragraph in the Louisville Journal of the I8th 
instant, was published in that (taper, and accom- 
panied by au article ot iu  editor, a column in 
length, more violent and unjustifiable than the 
first had been. I felt that it did not become me 
to answer it by a new publication, and that I 
should he wanting in self-respeet did I lamely 



Nashville Railroad — Bonus ' or Logan Cotntv. 
On Monday last, during the session of the Logan 

_ County Cqurt, 4 deeply interesting debate took 

thing editors be allowed to skip them over. HereJ p ; aC c in that body between the Hon. Jno. L Helm, 

t.hAO aro- 



they are: 

“Have you been addicted to wiling lie^ 

Have you borue false evideuce against your 
neighbor? 

Have you hurtor endeavored to hurt Lis rt*puta 
tion? 

Have you neglected as far as in your power to 
replace him in the good opinion of others? 

Have you beeu false and iustneero iu your de- 
positions Li orf%ath?” 

These are some of the things that “ confess iig 
Catholics have asked, aud still are bound to isk 
themselves, and in them we discover the pra:ti - 
cal workiug of those principles that have ever 
made Catholics good citizens and loyal subjects 
to their country. 

They were not moulded in anticipation of this 
day aud these times. They sprung out of iuher- 
ent qualities that lie at tbe foundation of Catho- 
lic r faith, aud will last in all their integrity, until 
every wild ism that exists will be swept from the 
earth. 

It is difficult for a Protestant to conceive j,he 
sense of injury and outrageous wrong that Catho- 
lics feel in regard to the proscription that is l ife 
throughout the land against them. They arc as 
as perfectly conscious of being victims ol^ 'a tyr- 
annical injustice as they are oi their exfete nee, or 
that there is a God; and tens of thousaods of tl em 
would give up their hearts blood to seal the truth 
of their innocence. A scrupulously honest man 
would not be more mortified and indignant, if sup- 
posed by his neighbors to be a thief, than are 
Catholics at the charge of disloyalty to their gov- 
ernment and allegiance to a forefgp power, in 
compatible with their duties as true republicans. 

They welLknow that should the ship of Slate 
go down ainflfet the r.igiug storm of bigotry and 
fanaticism that now threatens her, nothing is more 
sure thau that nLiory will tell ram ing ag« 
e amen*? w .« .»»*Su JT. 

and, like the brave Holland, upon tbe ill-fated 
Arctic, continued to fire the “signal gun*’*till all 
was gone aud sunk forever. 

(LTThf know nothings are laying great stress 
upon the use of money which they charge against 
us. They say that we charge fifty cents admis- 
sion into our clubs, and then ask what is done with 
the money, if we do nOL buy Americans at the 
rate of cents per pound. A k. u. friend, who 
was so fortunate as to get a demit, and uow bo i-Uj 
of being a freeman, requests us to ask. what is done 
with the $1 25 which each member pays into the 
lodges, and why there should be a deficiency of 
fugds wheu each member pledge r gf^jorto? 
the cause his life, liis/orytfHe and his sacred honor 

Uuder such a pledge as this, %irfU ainnuut cau 
they uot command, when ’tis the ortkr comprising 
some ol the wealthiest men in the city. 

0*1 u the Courier of yesterday appeared the 
following communication: 

(For the Louisville Courier.] 

To Is. A • Whitley 9 

Messrs Editors: As the people hare a right at 
all times to know the true character of those who 
aspire to claim their suffrages, I, with many of the 
citizens of the Third and Fourth Wards, desire L. 
A. Whitley, who is a know nothing candidate for 
the Legislature in that district, to answer the fol- 
lowing interrogatories : 

1st. Were you or not Public Printer to the State 
of Arkansas? 

2d. Were you iu t then and there charged with 
having defrauded said State of some thousands of 
dollars, for services never rendered, and the charge 
then aud there discussed iu the public papers of 
Little Rock, Arkansas, aud so ciearly established 
as to produce so great au excitement iu the public 
mind as to cause you to leave the State? 

This matter is publicly spoken of iu the streets, 
and therefore becomes necessary to be understood. 

A VOTER. 

The editor of the Courier accompanied it with 
the following comment : 

While we have no desire or intention to intro- 
duce personal matters in this canvas, or of permit- 
ting correspondents to do so through our columns, 
we do not feel at liberty to decline the i'»r**nuni- 
cation which may be found in another column, 
addressed to Col. L A. Whitley, candidate for the 
Legislature in the Third and Fourth Wards. Col. 
Whitley is comparatively uukuown here, and it is 
nothing but proper that those w ho are asked to 
support him, should know whether or not he is 
worthy of their suffrages. The charges against 
Col Whitley have for some time beeu the current 
subject of cou 'ersation on the street?, and if they 
do him irjustice, he owes it to himself to disprove 
them We will cheerfully give him the use of our 
columns foi his vindication. 

We recollect reading the articles in the Little 



President of the Louisville aud Nashville Rail- 
road Company, and the Hou. Elijali Hise, in re- 
gard to the legality of ihe County Court issuing 
bonds of the county to the Louisville and Nash- 
ville Railroad Company, for the benefit of the 
branch roailroad from Bowling Green to Russell- 
ville and Clarksville. 

In response to the above motion, the Court made 
the following report: 

Ordered, That the Presiding Judge of the coun- 
ty court of Logan issue to the .Louisville and 
Nashville railroad company the bonds of said coun 
ty, according to the form the court may adopt, in 
pusuance to the statutes upon the subject and for- 
mer orders of thi i court; and the subscription made 
for and on behalf of said county, wh. never the 
said Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company 
shall produce to said Judge satisfactory evidence 
that said branch road has been located so as to pass 
through the county of Logan and town of Russell- 
ville, and that said company is ready to let out said 
road aud proceed to its construction within the 
eounty of Logan. Upon issuing the bonds, the 
court is directed to extract from each coupon, from 
their respective dates up to tue day of delivery.— 
The court hereby expressly reserves the right, at a 
subsequent term, to alter and amend tbis order, if 
the circumstances attending the progress of the 
roads with which the branch is to connect shall 
justify or demand such change. 

O'From the Mt. Sterling Whig of the 27tb, 
we copy the lollowing: 

“Cassius M. Clav.— T his disturber ol the do- 
ruystic peace and quiet of our State, pursuant to 
previous appointment, went ou Saturday last with 
! :  alNkliiion fir U.* ml 1 . r* «ud h small 

crowd of followers, all armed to the teeth with 
pistols and bowie knives, and delivered one of his 
incendiary harangues to tne people of Scaffold 
Cave, uotwiaha^arding that a public meeting had 
warned botn him aud Fee not to speak. The 
greatest excitement pri vails in that section of the 
country; and should they fail to desist in the pro- 
pagation of their doctrines, violence and bloodshed 
is inevitable. We are in hopes the excitement will 
yet terminate without such a bloody conflict.'’ 

The Louisville Journal of yesterday, iu speak- 
ing of this same affair, says. 

'•We think that such opinions as those of Mr. 
Clay and Mr. Fee arc wrong and of a mischievous 
tendency, but we rejoice to sec Mr. Clay vindi- 
cating fearlessly the freedmuof speech. Emanci- 
pationists have i right toilprak their opinions pub 
Jicly in Kentucky^ long as they speak them only 
to white meif. wc abhor mob law, and we thank 
every mao, who^J ike Cassius M. Clay, has lln 
manliness to set n at defiance.” 

Jj Caleb Logan, we are informed, has gfinc to 
B&rflstown to fight that duel with the Rope. Lov- 
ell Rosseau goes as Logan’s second. Sharp stays 
at home. — [Lou. Times. 

IiOgau arrived here last Saturday morning, brim- 
ful of wrath aud cabbage, expecting to meet the 
I’ope somewhere between town und St. Thomas’; 
but he was soon informed by his friends that he 
had been hoaxed, and no Pope was about. As 
some relief to his iudicnant feelings, he made a 
speech, iu which he gave all the Pope’s adherents 
particular goss, to the ecstatic delight of two 
elders, one class-1 iadcr, three hungry-looking 
students of divinity, and the excruciatingly hand- 
some editor of the “Western American.'' 

We wish Cabo Logan would canvass this Con- 
gressional district. A few more such sermons as 
he made here would fix tilings just, right. 

IBardstown Gazette. 



I in POKTA N T TO I. V KK V O   F.* 

DtBtqi e, Iow a, May 5, 1855. 

Gentlkmiua: l feel under obligation to vpu for 
the benefit 1 have received from your invftuabie 
Pain Killer. 

Wc have had some cholera here on the Missis- 
sippi, thus early in the season. A few davs sqice, 

I assisted in “laying out” and burying one ol our 
citizens who was sunno— \ have died with the 
disease. The next morning I was taken with se- 
vere vomiting, accompanied with coldness ol the 
extremities. Warm covering and hot applications 
faded to restore warmth. My wife’s family who 
had used the Pain Killer with success luring the 
cholera season, in Buffalo, N. Y., in 1841), advised 
me to take it. 1 took two doses at intervals of 15 
minutes, a fine persperation ensued, and the uext 
day, barring* Uttlft Weakness — I was well, and 
have been since. 

It may have bean cd attack of ague, but wheth- 
er ague or cholera, it answered my purpose. 

Since my recovery I find that several of our 
ciu/.ens have used the Pain Killer as a remedy for 
cholera, and prouounce it good. 1 , therefore, take 
pleasure in recommendiug it to a still more exten- 
sive notice. 

Yours, truly, W. M. CROZIRR. 

Attorney at Law. . 

Perky Davis &l Son, Providence, R. I." 

No family should bo without the Pain Killer iu 
their bouses, as a remedy. In sudden attacks of 
cholera, dyseutars, and bowd compIaiulF it is used 
Internally and externally. Full directions iu the 
pamphlets accompanying the bottle. 

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gists everywhere. 

Also General Agents tor the sale- -'Du, Wevv 
er’s Ca.vker am  .Salt Erei m StrvP and. Ckratc.” 

A Uo, Di . S. O. Rich irds- i Conoco k'xtcd Oners y. 

W  5 

Sold l y J. B. Wilder & ~ . . Wilson, Starb^rd 
& Smith, J. S. Morris k Sou, R. A. Robinson k 
Co. druggists at Louisville, Ky., Scribner k Ue- 
voll, New Albany, Ind., Geo W. Norton, Lexing- 
ton Ky., J. M. Mills, Frankfort, Ky , P *■ rfc 
Browning, .Indianapolis, Ind., Woolsey & Lusk, lejaSirsaparilla th 
Evansvillce, Ind., ma27 duwly 1 



Louisville,/ April 5, 1855. 

lurley’s Sarsaparilla is what is represented, and 
I believe it the most wonderful medicine before 
the public., Nothing under heaven could iuduce 
mo to say so without proof of the strongest and 
surest kind; therefore I speak willingly and posi- 
tively on the subject. 

My daughter has been afflicted with skin dis- 
eases and t illness of the joints lor several years, 
i employed the principal physicians of this city, 
and they could not cure her. I gave her your Sar- 
saparilla, not expecting it would do much good, 
v ?nt, to my great astonishment, she rapidly got 
well, and, thank God, continues so. Had she 
been taking any other medicine, I would nor. give 
iliis certificate ; but your Sarsaparilla, the ouly 
remedy employed, leaves no doubt of its medical 
qualities, and that it alone cured her. 

Signed. LUKE REYNOLDS. 

Any peren requiring the truth and honesty of 
this statennmt, will find m • at my residence, cor- 
ner of Ninth aud Walnut streets, Louisville, Ky. 

Dr. Hurlry — Sir: I have used your Sarsapa- 
rilla in Cholorosis, Ameuorbcea Leucorrhes, 
v Whites,) and maw %ilicr dis ises couuected 
with the female organization, and always found a 
happy result u i i bin a shorter spice of time than 
is usually expended iu the treatment, lt is de- 
cidedly preferable as a general ton e to quinine, 
or preparations of iron, and njn fully satisfied it 
will become an established item iu the physician's 
recipe Respectfully yours, 

KOF*T. B. ABLETT, M. Lf 

Elizabethtown, III. 

Dr. T. A. Hurley — Sir: Frqpi a knowledge of 
your Sarsaparil !*, and through conviction that it 
is the best article manufactured, I cordially ap- 
pend m. name. DO TOR REASOR. 

Louisville, January, 1855. 

Lot syillk, Jan. 6, 1855. 

Du. HruLftY -Sir: My wife has been afflicted 
with iudige-.i ion •" ‘on wars, and could never get 
cured. i ? our!/*)».ti • ol your Siv sajvarilla effectu- 
ally removed her lorn plaint. 

WM. ELD RIDGE. 



HE AH what the Medical Faculty say of Dr. J. Hos- 
ier’s celebrated Stomach Bitters: 

Lancaster, Pa., January 1, lf-St. 

I*r. J. Hostetter, Pittsburgh, Pa. — Sir: From my 
Mperience with the remedial qualities contained in 
  \r inimitable Bitters in chrobic diseases, euch as 
uuma’.ism. Gout, Dyspepsia, Dysentery, Diarrhoea, 
.,also a preventative of disease and tonic, 1 have 
u - hesitation in pronouncing It the best medicine with 
*hich I am acquainted, and take pleasure in recom- 
mending your valuable Bitters to dyspeptics particu- 
1 rly, and to the profession generally. 

Yours, very respectfully, 

H. A. SMITH, M. D, 

Another from home: 

Louisville, Ky., March 10, 

Da.J Hosts iter— D ear Si: It is with pleasure I 
Ico the following communication to you: I had 

• -n suffering for aboutthree years of Dyspepsia and 
'*v .or disorders of tho stomach, and all the medical 
aid I could oblaiu was resorted to, but to no effect, as 
l received uo relief. At last 1 concluded to try your 
olebrated Stomach Bitters, aid alter the use of three 

battles, i am happy lo inform you 1 am entirely cured 
n i in the CDjoyxnent of excellent health. I there- 
to feel it to be my duty to recommend your Stomach 

• iters to the public as the first medicine lor all such 
die eases. Ueepectfully yours, 

JULIUS H. ACT, 

oornerof Chapel and .Market streets, 
Louisville, Ky. 

Uostetter’s Celebrated Stomach Bitters for sale 
by Sutcliffe & Hughes, J. S. Morris dt Son. R. A. 
Kubinson & Co., Lurton, Grubbs & Smiley, Wil- 
son, Starbird dc Smith, and all respectable Druggists 
and Hotels generally. jy27 

» be plsice logti your Ulone) Back. 

HAVING l*ken charge of J A. Sheldon's Daguor- 
rcun Galiery during his temporary absence from the 
city, l would bo most happy to see my friends, and 
ii /.ens generally, in want of Minatuies and Like 
ne-ses, and would refer them to the fact that we have 
in largest Double Barreled Back Action Screw Pro- 
P« her Blue Quick Work Sky and Sice night in the 
ci' , and are consequently enabled to produeo pic 
lu sina i iucrediule short space of time, without 
re rd to weather, which arc not surpassed in the 
ciiy,and mt prices lo suit the times. Gall, ry ou Fouph 
sir et, between Market snd Jefferson, No. f*8. 
j 27 W. A. McGILL. 

II * IBLE FllOPl HTV ton SALE 

I WILL sell on private terms — possession tobegiv- 
• n in two months — a valuable dwelling house and 
vr »uuds attached, iu a desirable part of the city. 'J he 
ho use itself contains, with kitchen and basements, J2 
rooms, with smoke house and cellar, wood aud coal 
house, dec. it is well finished, io good repair, with 
1 . o \ ^ j *iC k opr oh. Pavoient saviu he . 

TtisdeM*?, . fag ff’.yw.ln band, »S00 in 3 months ue - 

•  riable 

tergst, andTlhe balance running through throe years, 



Louisville, March 19, 1855. 
fi. ng been engaged in the drug business for 
several years, 1 do uot berate to pronounce Hur- 
h - 1 preparation now in use. 
GEORGE MULLIKIN. 



The Stinker Prcparrd “Y ellotv Dock,” 
am! the “lieu llumlurai S-irsrt* 

Arc the in vai uublc t eiut dial agents front which 
“ Dr. Guysott’s Improved Extract of Yellow Dock 
and Sarsaparilla” is formed; aud the laboratory 
of Dr. Guysott lias given u*tlic virtues of these 
roots in their perfection. His preparation contains 
all the restorative properties of the roots, com 
biued and concentrated in their utmost strength 
and efficacy. 

Experiments were made iu the manufacture of 
this medicine, until it was found that it could not 
be further improved. 

Accordingly, we find it resorted to aimon uni- 
versally, in cases ef Hepatic, Sforburie, and CJn- 
taneous complaints, for general prost.aiiou oi all 
the vital powers, aud all those tormenting dis- 
eases of the skin, so Irving to the patier« . and o 
injurious to health. * 

Scrofula,Sypbiiis,Mercurial Complaiuta.Caucei. 
Gangrene, Rheumatism, and a vast variety o! oth- 
er disagreeable aud dangerous diseases, arospeed- 
ilyand perfectly cured hy the use of the medi- 
cine. 

The afflicted may rest (insured that there is not. 
the least particle of Mineral, Mercurial, or any 
other poisonous substance in this media ut . It i- 
perfectly harmless, and may be admin* ter d t* 
persons in the very weakest stages of sickn ot 
to the most helpless infants, without doh.g the 
leastinjury. And it is a Ckrtain Cure kor all 
Female Complaints 

The peculiar maladies to which females ore 
subject commonly produced by gretb bod.’-v m- 
haustiou, accompanied by a depressed ah.v u: • 
*rioomy Uiipdt A 

strength, there is a- lowjf of nervous power, ano 1 
jtliia very naturally impairs the energy of the 
mind and disturbs tbe oupanimity of the temper. 
Even’ candid woman, wno has suffered from fe- 
male complaints, wili admit this to be the mourn 
ful truth. Now, to obtain relief, it is only neces- 
sary to stop the tendency to depletion and debili- 
ty. This is done by renewing that Fountain of 
Health and Strength, the BLOOD, and no medi- 
cine accomplishes this desirable result so speedily 
and completely as Du. Gursorr’s Improved Ex 
tract of Yellow Dim r and Sarsaparilla. 

ILTOuart bottles, $1 per bottle. Sold by all 
druggists. 

Or. tVidtar^sBelNuni of Wi|«i ( Verry. 

For tho Instant relief and rapid cure or ABtnui :, 
Consumption, Coughs, Colds. Hoarseness Croup 
Whooping- Cough, Cough caused by the Measle. 
Influenza, Bronchitis, Bleed: iq* of the Lung*-, 
Difficult Breathiug, Liver Affections, Pain ol 
Weaknessof the lirea: t or Side. Spitting of 
Blood, Ac. 

CONSUMPTIVE PATIENTS 

Will please read the following statement from the 



SiGNu- ic a nt. — The N. Y. Day Book — the ouly 
organ of the Administration in New York city, 
openly and unqualifiedly advocates the system of 
American Slavery — [Utica Herald. 

Well, what of it? Better men thau we have 
advocated slavery. In fact.it was established by 
God himself. Rules regulating it were made by 
Moses. Christ found himself while on earth in 
the midst of a slave State and never said a word 
against the institution. Paul was not a “Jerry 
rescuer;” if he had been, he would haye kept One- 
simus, wheu he had such a good chance. Why 
does not the Herald answer the questions wc put 
to it a short time since? fa the w eather too hot? 
Our readers probabl 1 expected a fair and respectful 
I answer to our questions, but we did not, lor we 
never yet found an abolition journal that dare ap- 
proach the slavery question in a candid, Honorable, 
patriotic mauner. It is now some three weeks 
*»ince our queries were put, and the above is all 
the Herald has to say — [N. Y. Day Book. 



Oregon, Ind., Nov. 28, 1854. 
Dr. Hurley — Sir\ Your Sarsaparilla certainly 
deserves to supersede all other preparations of that 
medicine. Heretofore, the unsatisfactory results 
obtained from the use of Sarsaparilla, depended 
upon a want of skill in making proper selections 
from the different qualities found in our markets, 
aud that w hich has been vended in the form of 
nostrums has generally been prepared by ignor- 
ant, incompetent, an*l mercenary quicks, whi ffi, 
if containing anv Sarsaparilla at all, was a very 
cheap and worthless article, and in tbe majority ol 
instances left the sufferer in a much worse condi- 
tion than before taking it. Having tested your 
8arsauarilla, I am pleased to say that it is free 
from the imperfections alluded to, and I therefore 
Like pleasure in recommending it to the confi- 
dence of the profession and to the afflicted public, 
and feel perfectly satisfied they will realise every 
thing from it that is to be derived from the use oi 
Si aparilla. W. W. ROSS, M. D. 

ICV A Family Journal, on aoplieation, will bt 
sent free to all parts of the Union. 
jy!7 dl&w6m 



M. BARRETT, 



Hill Rl i 

*»r» M~rowVx«« fitkti Mvtgf 

nmii 1 



i*y, * iug 

v.Vi Interest, $9euin six moiilhi!, without in* 

. in dUie Lmlanue running through 
i-a?fl|f)le Hi'lr* , tgilinuuU without interest. Apply to 
JdSd U _   L. PETTIT. Agent. 

U l*o say* we make VleuuiiliTl 

i*aq in rn oij « 

With a fine light and man) years* experience at 
operators, we flatter ourselves tha\ we can suit tho 
uiate of the people. Why wo think so.ig because our 
rooms liave always done the best businesiof any other 
establishment in the city; and wo (from the time of 
arpei-tcrA Harris) have been more or U a &» connect 
jd with the concern. Our charges are moderate, 
wlu niti: taken Into consideration that wewa^fcetbo 
:  est pictures In the city, aud put them up in u V» j d 
•a- o all for one dollar. * 

GAKPENTER, RWYMMEK iV CO. 

1 ind Fourth. 

fffK Blue Light, the Blue Light, hero i-.uiure and art 
in rare combination wc see. 

Ph-* folks around town see that we've got the atari, 

. ud f wo dou’t keep it, then you may justs*) 
lonT know anything at all about writing po-e-tree. 
i’hc Blue Light, the Blue Light — thefuneral knell 
Of all othorsky lights has sounded, 

And customers ring the Blue Light's bell, 

From— (now what’ll wc put iu to rhyme with 
funded?) 

How it harrows the feelings of those envious chaps , 
Who dare not aocepl of a challenge! 

They may throw eut their hints, but we'll hit them 
back slaps, 

And— they hav’nt got the spunk to resent it. 
i bis last line is not poetical, but its true. 

Harris & Co., Daguorreolypists, 477 Main street, 
rrtl ^ . ill farther enlighten all those who call on tho 
31 ue Light. may 1 9 

]Q J PLEASE.rcad tl»e following ex 

ructfrom the editorie column of tiro Photographic 
ind Fine Art Journal the able and acknowledged or- 
;aiM f the fraternity ii  \monca We make no ou. - 
aeuts VVEBSTF,i  & fcKO. 

“Of what benefit to the individual D^girerreotypist 
n ?i.n  one instance has been all his assertions or ad- 
crtisumentM thaihe was posqesied of some (fccreWor 
unking •» ' . f.i-rlativelY quickT^an ‘extraordinary pa- 
■ at gild ; «■!.'  r an Entire new arrangement o: lights 
!. mu l ive gathered in asmull harvest   f dollars, 
uioneiin vedam mushroom^ who have sprung up* 
r un film, but lu doing this he has lost what should 
* much more precious to him — a good character, and 
e bfcoui- s Ihrj ecoff and ridicule to all who knew 
-* . His pretended secrets grade -dly leak out, and 
e nvurlaWy found to be composed of verv gareou* 
uoaiaiice*, more the c volitions of hie disordered 
logo than tho labor of hia brains. Such peats are 
•und in every community. Truo talent and genhie 
over s opm such degrading means of livelihood.” 

in Jv\ i7 

J U  j TTT g"T 

**ie I l.i.l S  lh III I IN ALL OF ITS 
KiliR i t A TED FOUJVIS U I'ltlOLT 
TUE USE OF ?11 KCLUkt IF 
KF.QV 114 ED. 

1 il.de for the benefit of the afiticled |.Uat I had Sy 
h.:.» for two years. I was treated by Dr. Stone, o 
 w Orleans, and tho medical faculty of Cincinna 
Mthont relief. Meeting one 'if my friends just from 
v.isvUlo, he advised me to give Dr. Price of tlm 
lr.ee a call* coating for his reasons that he cured him 
{ the sn me di sease, in a more aggravated form, in a 
iiortlime. I would advise all those afficted to give 
 r. P. a cgii . JOHN SIMPSON/ 

mful*., Rheumatism, all Inflamed Soro Eye 
ancer, Dropsy, Chills and Fovers, Chronic hiarrho 
-all 'he above case*, will be treated— no cure no pay- 
seed under my care In Louisville. 1 keep on hand 
  Price Fill, that is, Gonnine Cough Syrup th* 
".1 t never faiUto give relief. 

Office  n Sixth street, bstwoon Market an£i JetTer 
  u. Can be aeon at the Owens’ Hotel. Visits and 
b dlclnob cash. WILLIAM PRICE. 

d!7 1 5 



0 *W© understand that the ovciseers appointed 1 
Rock papers during tbe controversy referred to by by the know nothing party to take their decades ! 



WOOD & WILLOW WARE, 

CORDAGE, AND PAPER DEALER. 

| 1 *j ANUFACl URKK of OhloJCluc Was! (boards, uu 
: !•* * dei il'Us name of G. Waters  Sl Co 

Manufacture of Oak Plow Handles, and OaL Work 
I as Colman & Co. 

Man i^cturu r of ^ o*'d n. : W|Il;uv Ware of ever' 

J description, Cor* age. Brushes, Broom*, Ac , Ac. 

1 Wholesale dealer in   otton, ManilU. and Henq 
Rope, Taint!* « r Brooms, Seines, and Wrapping 
| Fish Ltecs, Tarred Rope, Martin Spun Yarn, Cotton 
! und Hemp Steam Packing 

j Also, Buckets, Tubs, Measures, Well Bucketr 
flames, Sieves, Bru»ho«, Churns, Tar Cana Ke frige 
ratar* nntl Ice Chests, Cab and Wagon Gearing, Wil 
I* w for fliskat .Makers. Cooper*’ Twega, Coopt r Klv 
•M". Also, agent lor Prieud At Tange man'* Extra 
Wrapping Paper, Hoofing Paoor and Composition 
‘ r'  i)*ia**Mv on naad. 1 have ihe best &Mor:inent o 
ill tho articles above named in th   West, and onlj 
u?k doril**rs tti call and *#1 a.y price*, as I can a.id 
will cell lower than any other house in the trade. 
Stora corner of Walnut and Front streets; Pape 
, Ware House, 07 Walnut street; Factory 57 Water 
street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Jj *29 

. ... . . Ha rrison Gazette: j'lM m: Pmidi ltr. iul, vr. 

i ho incredulous are invited to l ead tile follow- v* mrousor ,,urchnsin(t a pnra article of Preucl, 
ing note from Rev. Mr Coldron, whose character | brandy, cun obtain the same at 
for truth and veracity stands above suspicion, and LAE HAM di CO.' S, tZ Third st. 

have their doubts dispelled as to the sunerioritv ol . 

11 ,» 11 -1 1 /-,i t^oiri and  ( iui'lra \» ine — A sun 

M lstar s Balaam ol Wild Cherry over all rente V / ply on hand of pure old Pori aod M*d**ira Wine 

dies DOW before the nublic of the same charac- and lor sale in bottle or on Draft by 

ter. LAN HAM  b CO, 

n t t ou iuju I 83 Third street. 

UORDQI, I m». , J IOU 23, 1848. 

It is no less a dutv thin a pleasure to state, for 1 Porter and .scotch AIo— A Mp 

ill* benefit of the ntHir tad that I naiilor WU 1 Aa j.ly on hand Just rec«n ed and for ? ale at 
jeouicnioi tue a micicu, tiiat 1 ( nsiuer Wis . LAN H AM CO.’S, Third st. 

tars balsam ol Wild Cherry a great blessing to 
the human race. Having tried it in a rase of se- 
vere siffeetion of the lungs, I unhesi Latirigly re- 
commend it to those similarly afflicted as the besi 
remedy 1 have ever tried, and ono whioh oured 
me when physicians said I must die, and when 1 
thought niyeell that my time to depart was near 
at hand. WM. COLDRON. 

Sold by all Druggists. Frice $1 per bottle, or 
six bottles for $5. 

JOHN 1). PARK, 

Northeast corner of Fourth aud W'alnut sts., 

Cincinnati, Onio, 

General agent for the South and West, to whom 
j all orders must be addressed, 
j (LPSold by Wilson, Starbird k Smith, Sutcliffe 
i k Hughes, S. F. Dawes k Co., R. A. Robinson 
( k Co , J. S. Morris k Co., J. R. Montgomery & 
iCo.,J. B. Wilder &. Bro., Louisville Kentucky, 

Scribner k Devol, W. J. Newkirk, New Albany, 

W. L. Merri wether Jeffersonville. jyl2d&wisly. 

UA1JL ROAD TAXIS. 

fPHE Bond*oi the city, to the Louisville A ash 

JL vllle H:illr» ad Company, due May. Io50, will un- 
der authority of the General Council, bo received by 
Collectors in payment for Railroad Taxes tbl# year. 

These Bouds are for sale at this office, in sums lo 
suit Tax payors, aud on terms that wili enable them 
to save 5 per cent, by prompt payment. 

W. KIDDLE. Vico Pros'C, 

Jy29 diid Louisville dc Nashville R. K. Co. 



1‘njit Cans, Fruit Cans. 

A DIRS wishing to put up fruit, can find the bea 
' * arii 'l ..( If- Scaling Fruit Cans av 

TAYLOR’S Tin Warehouse, ' 

. SI -l _ j ; * ■ t imh i   . sr.ve»»t*i and Kijhth 

TTT7 THE Ftnarcr — 

Lo CIS VILLI, Kt., Feb. 8th, 1855. 

'Ir. Solomons — Dear Sir; I called upon you at your 
•-leo Fourth street, In Dccombei last, and told you 
at I uad purchased several pair of Spectacles »t dif- 



TUCK IzES— A large and fine assortment of th’ 
1 boat tl e^crtpi ions of A nu 



los f 

J 5-JII 



^enpu 
.r sale cheap by 



inxerican and imported Pick 
LAN HAM Ac CO., 83 Third st. 



W HN L and Cider Vinegar*— \ supply 01 
hand of pure Cider Vinegirs, aud for sale by 



J\29 



iuegirs, aud for sale by- 
LAN HAM & CO., 83 Third st. 



S I MftlCiJCS — Farina, Tapioca, Sago, Con 

ST | * fig" ** 



O Starch, English Split Feas, Cocoa, Bro in a, Cho 
colates, Cox's Gelatine, Isinglass, Flavoring Ex 

LANHAM oc CO., 83 Third st. 



tract*, for sale by 

J -M 



•Trent Stores, but had never obtained any that did 
au?o great pain and fatigue to the eyes, but am happy 
state that ihe pair I purchased of you *uit beyond 
y pocta lions, by day and candle light. I have found 
sight improve so much sidee 1 bavo used them, tha 
can now sit down and read Dinall print without them, 
v i hing you every success your great enterprise do 
•rves, 1 ! remain, . Yours truly, 

S. HILLMAN. 

Looisvili.b, Ky., Feb. ‘24, 1854. 
VfR. Q. Solomon * — Dear Sir: Having satisfactorl) 
ed a pair of Spectacles purchased of you, and finding 
1  tn far s' ’'erior to any 1 have ever used, in that they 
8land*tri nlhcri the eye, whilst all others have pain- 
d, wearied and weakened my sight, 1 cordially recom- 
lond them to tho use of all who stand iu need of them. 

Respectfully yours, 8. J . EVANS, 

On Broadway, 

Jefferson Cocnty, Dec, 3, 1854. 

I have used Mr. Solomons’ Eye Glass for a very brte f 
riod, with decided advantage, and have no hesitation 
stating that a defective vision of long standing has 
oen relieved and tha organs seem lo bo acquiring 
igor and tone, thorefore cheerfully boar testimony to 
 eir excellency and accu.acy,as also to Mr, Solomons 
kill as a practical Optician, and ihe wonderful facility 
rilhwh.ch he adapts his Glasses to the various pecul 
iritief ofvision. Yourstruly, 

SAMUEL B. SMITH 

ICr*Mr. SOLOMONS* office No. 74, Fourth street, i  
ween Main and Market, *‘ 



f 24-dd: w lot 



our correspoodeot; and although we knew none ot 
the parties engaged in it, the impression left ou 
our mind was that Col. Whitley suffered severely 
in reputation. 

It is due to Col. Whitley to. euy that so far as 
we know he has borne himself well since his resi- 
dence iu this city. His manners seemed to indi- 
cate the gentleman, ahd what little we have seen 
of him impressed us favorably. We w. re, how- 
ever, surprised to hear of his nomination, strong 



GEO. SNYDER. 

to the polls, are contracting lor a large supply of j ATTORNjiY AT LAW, COLLECT- 



handcufis aid cowhides. Can it be true? 



Jj-Cau t Louisville send a few more of her 
missionaries out litre lo teach our citizens how to 
vote? ii not. can’t she spare Caleb Logan one 
week to eanvass oor county? Ue would do his 
cause au immense deal of good — over the left. 

[Bardstown Gazette. 



ING AND LAND AGENT, 

CUOACIL «UH . IOWA, 



1 X J ILLuf ond promptly to sill business belonging JJ^POur Watchmaker, Mr. J. R. Ester 
«io the profession, to the collection of chums, the 'oldest *ud boat lo the city, always at 
entering lauds, local. ng »urrani$, a-c. 6iti..in West- *’ /'’Particular attortlon given to' the 



ern Iowa and .Nebraska. A competent survejor is 
employed to select Ian. Ip. J *‘j 

C ioi'ft' fi Fi — 125 Dags Rio   oifee la siore and for 
• sale by Jyffi NOCK, WICKS dt CO. 



HAMSEY &, BROTHER 

CKALEBS IS 

Watches, ClocLs & Jeweliy . 

Xo. 83s Fou rf Is st., bet. ITlaiii ATiarkct 
LOlTSilLLE, KY., 

I NVITE aitontloi* to theirstock of Gold and Sllve 
Watches, evor - variety of quality and price. 
FASHIONABLE J KWKLRY. 

Diamui. ins, Drops and Kings, Cameo, Mosuic, Gob 
Stone, Enameled. Carbuncle, Plain and Minla- 
luru Pins, Drops and Kings, Bracelets. Bands, 
.Seals and Chains, Guard, Vest and Fob 
Chains, Oualelaines, Lockets, Sets of 
Jewelry, Coral and Jot Goods, 

Gold Pons, Spectacles, Pen- 
knives, Scissors, Thim- 
bles, Needles, Koys, 

Ac., Ac. 

SILVER "'A HE, Spoons, Forks, Knives, GobleU 

i Cups, Jewels, Ac. 

PLATED WARE, Baskets, Waiters, Spoons, Fork» 
Tea Setts, Ac. 

CLO(. KS— Always on hand the largest assortmen 
I in jft_ e city, ^wholesale and retail. 

‘ Kafcrlo, known a 

his poet. 

repairing o 

Clocks, Jewelry and Sliver Ware. al 

S. B. We have recently added to our business,! 
Silver Ware Manufactory. We are prepared to fill 
orders. 



nORE liOiUJr; TESTIMONY. 

Louisville. Dec. 5, 1854. 

IK. SOLOMONS: 

Ills due*to you, and to my neighbors in need ofspec- 
icles,to say that, cing compelled to use them, 1 wore 
pair, the best °uld find, that weakened my sight 
.nddlsirt-tfed my eye®, by ‘producing the effectcallod 
’drawing the eyes.** About a month ago 1 called on 
ol and bought a pair of your Patent Spectacles, which 
have 11 -ed ever since. With them I can read, and 
•ave read steadily all night, without fatigue to the eye, 
uid flndiny eyes so much strengthened that I freqaent- 
y reed w ithout them. 

I take pleasure in recommending your Spectaoles to 
ny friendd who are obliged to uso glasses- 

Yoars, respectfully, W. S. P1LCHKR. 

Between Seventh and Chestnut slaeets. 

We have p?irchosed Glasses of Mr. Solomons, and , 
on trial, find them to be the host Glasses we have eve r 
used. MRS. 8. MULLIKIN, 

MRS. M, J. MANSFIELD. 
On Seventh, between Chets'.nut and Walnut streets. 
Louisville, Dec. 7, 1854. 

I have ’-eon uuder the necessity of using Clashes for 
several yt-ars, but have never found & pair to suit my 
ayes or that 1 could Ube without fatigue, until I obtain- 
 d a pair of Mr. Solomons'. By the aid or those I 
bought of him 1 can see &s well as ever I could. I can 
•■ead or w rite with them for hours, without the .east fa- 
tigue, both by day and candle-light. 

M KB. FRY. 

On Seventh street, between Chestnut and Walnut. 
Louisville, Dec. 3,154. 

Mr. Solomons can he seen al his office, on Fourth 
•ireol, between Malu and Market over Raymond A 
-*atton’e Drugstore. 
d24d 1 



200 HHDS. SUGAR FOR SALE! 

I HAVB two hundred hogsheads of Strictly Fair to 
I Choice Sugar for sale iu lots to suit purenasers. 

THOMAS H. NOBLE, 






Market st., between First aud Brook. 



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DAILY LOUISVILLE TIMES. 



SIISDAY,:::: 



::JCI Y i», is:,.'. 



ICTCoIs. Preston and Marshall will address the 
people at the following times and places : 

West Port, Oldham county, Monday, • - “ 30 

Kioticc. 

There will be a meeting of the Democrats and 
Anti know nothings of the Third Ward, at the 
Club Rooms, on Floyd street, between Market 
and Main, next MONDAY NIGHT, at 8 o'clock. 
A full attendance is requested. 

Public meeting:. 

Hon. Geo. A. Caldwell and dames Speed, Esq., 
will address the people of Jefferson county, upon 
the political questions of the day, at Boston, on 
Wednesday, August Ijt, at 2 o'clock, P. M. 

O’ Democrat and Courier copy. 

Public Speaking. 

The County Candidates will address tbo people 
of Jefferson at the Mouth of Harrod’s Creek, or 
Thursday, August 2d. Speaking to commence at 
2J,;, o’clock. 

I'lftu Ward. , 

The Democrats and anti know nothings of the 
Fifth Ward are requested to meet at their club 
room, at the Capitol on Monday night. A 
large attendance is de-ired. 

I'm rd and fourth Vl arao. 

The Democrats and auti know nothings of the 
above Wards arc requested to meet at their club 
room, at Turners’ Hall on Floyd street, on Mon- 
day night. A large attendance is desired. 

Public meeting. 

There will be a grand anti-know nothing rally 
at Jeffersontowu, on Friday, August 3d. Col. G. 
A. Caldwell, James Speed, Esq., A. H.Uise, Esq , 
and ollicrs will addre: s the meeting. A full at- 
tendance of the citizens of Jefferson county i 
solicited. 

- - - - • * •   o — — 

4501. M. Hick*. 

At a Meeting of the Democrats of the Fifth 
and bixth Ward**, laat night, at the Club room 
over the Capitol, Ool. Thot». AI. Hicks was nomi- 
nated as a candidate tor the Legislature. Col. 
Hicks is well known to almost every mau iu the 
city. He is one of the moat estimable men in the 
city, and has the esteem and friendship of all who 
know him. He is an industrious, honest, laborious 
mechanic, who has grown to old age in the city, 
who is still an active, laborious working-man. 
moral character is above reproach — he has 
r been a true republican, and he is a gentleman 
of fine intelligence. It is decidedly a good nom- 
ination. 

Hr We publish this morning the list of officers 
of the election for the County, as appointed by 
Judge Garland. Iu several instances all kuow 
nothings have been appointed, and we cannot re- 
sist the conviction that Judge Garland has not 
acted with that impartiality which the public have 
a right to expect, and which is contemplated by 
law. 

HogTuuLTURAL Kxhibition. —The display 01 
vegetables and fruits, yesterday, was as good If 
not better than aify we have seen heretofore. 
Flowers were not in such abundance. The ladies 
seem to have lost all taste for makiug those beau- 
tiful wreaths, temples, and boqueta, which have 
always gained the admiration of visitors. The 
display of beauty and fashion was by far superior 
to anything we have yet seen, either here or else- 
where — such forms, such faces, such eyes, such 
lips — well, it’s no use talking. We are willing to 
bet there’s not another city of the same size iu 
the Union, that can exhibit more pretty ladies 
than the Falls City 



Fine Fruit. — We were yesterday presented 
with some of the finest peaches we have seen 
this season. They were raised on the farm of 
Judge A. M. D. Roberts, two and a half miles 
from the city. He will have at his stall, at the 
upper end of Kentucky market- house, every 
variety of fruit, fresh picked, which he is selling 
at anything but exhorbitanfc prices. We advise 
all In the want of fine, large, ripe fruit, to call af 
_ - hiaty.IJiuyiiAJi-iinr ol Third ^nd Market streets, ot, . 

at his stand, Kentucky market, and leave their 
orders . 



* 0*We ask indulgence for the lack of local and 
news matter, which are unavoidably left out to 
make room for several important and interesting 
political communications. 

Disgusting. — While at the Mozrrt Hall yes- 
terday, we noticed the floor covered with tobacco 
juice, and many a white dress spotted with the 
unwholesome liquid. Why will young ladies al- 
low young men to practice this disgusting habit 
in their presence. The man who does it cannot 
claim the name of Gentle, particularly in such 
a place. We hope the gentlemen will observe the 
hint in luture, if not wc advise the ladies to cut 
every one who don’t; by doing so they will soon 
effect a rcfoimatiou. 

ItT'The sagaseous editor of the Frankfort Yeo- 
man is extremely prolix and laborious in his nomi 
nation of us, the Corporal. His sounding titles and 
cognominal appellatives strike painfully upon ou r 
sensitive and modest auricular organism. Rather 
“call us pet names, dearest” Jabe, and pour out 
the overflowing of your congratulatory heart, 
like coffee, when we assure you that we have re- 
covered — have you? Be patient , — our physician 
has seen a sadder case “sent clear.” But, alas! — 

“How small, of all lhat human hearts endure. 

That part which beer or pills can cause or cure,” 



Officers of the Election. — The Court (Judge 
Garland) has appointed the following persons as 
officers at the ensuing election in the countv of 

fereon : 

At Hays’ Springs — Jno. A. Hays, and Jno. 

illiams, Judges; Henry C. Mills, Clerk; Stanton 
Thexton. Sheriff. 

Cross Roads — Geo. L. Galbraith and Jas. Aug- 
gustus, Judges; A. H. Galbraith, Clerk; James M. 
Cauly, Sheriff. 

Lower Ponds -Tbos. B. Gamp, and John Harri- 
son, Judges; Hudson Steam, Clerk; M. A. Reaugh, 
Sheriff. 

Sbaidem’s-John G. King, and Win. Nix, Judges; 
Wm. Stwrdy, Jr. Clerk; Htllery Harding, Sheriff. 

Blank erbaker’s — David Blankerbaker aud 
Olmslv Hite, Judges; H. W. Gear, Clerk, Hison 
Blankerbaker, Sheriff. 

Boston — A. B. Carpent^Bl i J. B. Frederick, 
Judges; A. F. Pierce, Clerk, John T. Con, Sheriff. 

Middleton — W. W. Gregory and A. G. Watts, 
Judges; Jeff. Mordis, Clerk; H. A. K eneasted, 
Sheriff. 

Harrod’s Creek — Jno. Miller and R. A. Bate, 
Judges; Jos. Allison, Clerk; R. Tarlton, Sheriff 

Gilman’s — Jno. C. Oldman and John Hesn, 
Judges; B. Anderson, Clerk; Thos. Cocke, Sheriff. 

Two Mile House — Robt. Ayers and John 
Longest, Judges; John S. Varnum 01erk;G-. Doup, 
Jr., Sheriff. 

Jeffersontown — J. L. Strattgn and S. N. Kalfus , 
Judges; J. Band, Clerk; John Shadbum, Sheriff. 

Portland — Wm. A. Duckwall and Hiram W. 
Keenan, Judges; Chas. Tyding, Clerk; W. Craw- 
ford, Sheriff. 



BUSINESS NOTICKS. 

Safety, Comfort and Speed. — The Directors ; 
oT the Nosi Albany and Salem Railroad are offering 
great inducements to tbo traveling public. Cara 
leave New Albany every day, (Sunday excepted) 
connecting with all tuo principal railroad lines in the 
Weal, passing through Greoncastle, Lift yetto, Michi- 
gan City, Detroit, Chicago, Niagara Falls, Now York 
(Tty, Bo r ton. The country which this lino passes 
through is one of the moat beautiful aud picturesque 
lu the United Stairs, including vast prairie*, and beau- 
tiful rivers. T he lakes of Michigan, Krie and Onta- 
rio, aud the groat N iacara! Thut mighty cataract, the 
^reat Niagara! Known to every nation of the earth 
Us the greatest work of n^turo. To see this in con- 
nection with every othor beautiful view, is or should 
certainly be the ambition of every American and ev- 
ery foreigner who visits this country. To give passen- 
;,ersa chance to enjoy a trip by this route, the mana- 
gers have made arrangements to that by baying a 
through ticket, thoy may stop at any place their incli- 
nation may direct them, and at the end of fliteeudays 
proceed on their journey to their destination, their 
tickets still remaining good 
Lldlow k Co.’s Self Sealing Cans. — A gain 
we call the attention of our readers to this excolleul 
article for pres3rviugfruits, vegetables,  fcc., in an 
entire fresh state. We have minutely examined all 
its qualities. Its manufacture, and its process for 
packing fruit in them, dec., aud can with confidence 
recommend them as the best, the most convenient, 
durable and simple invention wc have ever seen. — 
To give an idea of its structure aud qualities to those 
of our renders who have not seen them, wo publish 
  he following brief description, assuring them at the 
same time, lhat thorc is uo Yankee humbug about 
ihem, but a real bona fida genuine and very useful 
article: ’J ht  Cans arc different sizes; from 1 quart to 
I; thoy are round and perfectly plain, the screw is of 
block tin, wnich turns into a top of the same metal, 
pressing between them an India rubber gasket, which 
tnukes a more effectual seal than any wax, solder, or 
cotnent, thus making it one of tho neatest, salest and 
most convenient t an in use. Accompanying tho Can 
is a funnel and wrench to fill it and turn down the 
top. Also directions for putting up tho fruit. Thoy 
can bo used year alV*r year, without injuring the Can 
in lakiug out tho £ru.t, or After using, a portion of the 
fruit they can be cl  sed up again, preserving the bal- 
ance. Tho tops can be taken o:r and replaced at the 
rale of twenty per minute. There are others that ad- 
vertise tho Self-Sealing Can, but they are the kind 
you have to «eal yourself. Tbo stereotype and ad 
vertisemenl of the ab.n e Can may bo found in an- 
other column. Jessup A Curtis, Sole Agents, No. 79 
Third street. opposite Times Oflice. 

They have also on hand Gray A He mi ug way's Self- 
Sealing Gla«s Bottles, a new and valuable article Just 
introduced. Call and see them. 

O 7 Hostetter’s Bitters are generally known as 
the best Stomach Tonic before toe public. It is a‘- 
touishing, the progress li. sales of this wonderful 
remedy since its nppe trance in the market Boraejno 
years ago. Atlho present tio e there is not a drug 
store, hotel, or bar-room iu the United Stales that has 
not a supply of it on hand, besidep being an excellent 
remedy for dyspepsia, Inoigestldn, cholera morbus, 
chills and fever, or any other complaint arising from 
the impurity of the blood, or a deranged stomach. — 

In all suchcasesuse Hostetler’s Bitten- 
For sale by Sutcliffe A Hughes, J. S. Morris A Co., 

R. A. Robinson & Co., Lurtou, Grubbs & Smiley. Wil- 
son, Star bird A Smith .and all respectable Druggists 
end Hotels generally. 

ID" Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative* is said to 
be the only sure and permanent euro for baldnoac 
aud gray hair. It removes all scurf, dandruff, and 
scrofulous eruptions from the scalp, and in a few 
days restoresgray hair to its original color and beau- 
ty. This prepr. ration contains no coloring matter, 
but resusitates tho hair by invigorating and restoring 
perfect health to the scalp, thus imparting new life 
and vigor to the ro  ls, and by them cabling healthy 
il u id to flow into each separate hair. Raymond A 
Patten are the agents. 

Important Information. — There are many 
both In tho city and country who would practice 
economy if they knew how,and for their special ben- 
efit we say thut economy should first be practiced in 
dress, aud in this manner: If you want n coat, pants, 
vest, for yourself or boys, or any article of furnishing 
goods, combe, brush' s, perfumery, or Odd Fellows* 
goods, you should go to a store where you can get a 
good article ala cheap price, for which you always 
pay the cash. Such & store has our friend Geo. Blan- 
chard on Main street, near Second, and between Third 
and Fourth, 

O’ “Time is Money,” and much can be saved 
by going to 479 Main street, when you wish a genuine 
Likeness, as the Websters are prompt in getting up 
Daguerreotypes, in any aud every style, Photographs 
pla'n or In colors, and Ambrotypas equal to the best. 

ICT Gray old bachelors and ladies prematurely 
gray, will be glad to learn that their hair can be 
changed to its original color and beauty, by aging 
Prof. Wood’s Hair Restorative. Those who have 
been bald for years are now wearing their own hair, 
and appear ten years younger than they did six 
months ago. Raymond A Patter, are the agents. 

O^For the benefit of strainers and persons vis- 
Diogibe city, we would ray if you waul a fine picture 
of youtgjpK, go to Sheldon’s Gallery, 98 Fourth stroct 
between Markot and Jefferson. Aa for the citizens 
of Louisville, they areawnro of the oveolloueo of hie 
Dagnerreotypes. 

O’ Woodland Garden is a delightful place to 
spend a few hours on Sunday afternoon. Dr. Strader 
has lilted it up in excellent style; liae engaged an ex- 
cellent band of music, who discourse encltaniing air- 
frora their many instruments; and besides the Doctor 
has many other et ceteras in the shape of ice creams, 
soda and mineral waters, sherbets, &c. J 1 ' nip Into the 
omnibus, corner of Market and Third streets; it will 
•take you out lor ten cents, and you can spend a pleas- 
ant afternoon among green troes and shady arbors. 

[For the Daily Louisville Times*] 

Louisville, July 28th, 1855. 

D. M. Jones and Others, Stanford, Ky. 

Your letter of the 23d inst, is just received, in 
which you say, “Tho know nothings are busily 
circulating through this district, at this late day — 
thinking it cannot he contradicted before the elec 
tion — that you have joined them note; and have 
made some unsuspecting Democrats believe it, 
and have actually duped some into the order by 
thus slandering and misrepresenting you.” 

To this report, you ask that T 9hall give a public 
denial. 

You do not, gentlemen, characterize the report 
too harshly, when you call it a “ slander. 

There never has been a day since* the order 
had its birth, that I could have entered one of its 
lodges, or affiliated in anv wav with it, entertain- 
ing the views I do of the principles of the order, 
without feeling that I was guilty of moral treason. 

1 have never doubted that the Order was institu 
ted by reckless demagogues and disapDointed of- 
fice seekers, to overthrow the Democratic paity, 
thus tr*  b rs sk tbo only barrier to North- 

ern encroachments upon Southern rights. It is to 



RIVER NEWS. 

Take Notice. 

Passengers and Hoppers, wishing to secure a (list 
class steamer for the East, West or South are commend- 
ed to Capt. Charles Basham, Wall street, between 
Main aud Water. Mr. Basham is known throughout 
Ihe entire Weal as a high-minded, fair dealing and ac- 
complished gentleman. Give him a call and satisfy 
yourselves. His clerks, Messrs. Bowon aud Dalton, 
are “trumps,’’ and understand their business. 



PORT OF LOUISVILLE 

Louisville, July 28. 
ARRIVALS. 

Telegraph No. 3, Hildreth, Cincinnati. 

Fawn, Cline,   "urroltou. 

Orb, St. Louis. 

North Star, Hazlitt, Cincinnati. 

Southerner, Catlorlin. 

DEPARTURES. 

Orb. Pittsburg. 

North Star. Hazlitt, Cincinnati. 

Telegraph No. 3, Hildreth, Cincinnati. 

Fawn, Cline, ( arrollton. 



j plosion or collapse of flue of any boiler, manufactnsed 
i since the passage of the law by Congress, of August 
30lh, 1652, aid coming under the reduction of steam 
pressure* Is every instance, the disasters have been 
! from boilers made previous to the passage of that law; 

I many of them have been brought under its provisions 
whit li allows a greater steam pressure, and is actually 
necessary to tbat class of boats constructed under a 
1 different view of proportion between boilers aud cyl- 
inders. It i« true, a limit is fixed, but it is far above 
that of the new boiler. 

|| This clu«* of disasters are becoming less frequent 
under tho new regulation, substituting tho steam whis- 
tle, in place of the bell, in giving signals. 



RECEIPTS BY THE RIVER. 

(Cincinnati — Per Telegraph No. 3—1 bale hops. 
Fischer; *23 bgs malt, Bauer; 65 do do, Merkle; 425 
bdls paper, Pnponls; 1 bx, Rutherford; 86 bgs coffee, 
Keller; 6 whls, 6 steam cutters, 100 n«is tubs, Killick 
25 bxs, G, BA: co; 6 bxs, 12 bles, N, 11 A co; 5 kgs to- 
bacco, N, W A co; 6 bxs, 2 oaks, Watson A 0; 20 bxs, 
3 bis, G, B A co; 3 co, w,GA co; 18 bxs, 8 btos, McD 
Y 4* co; 11 do, 7 bxs, Leight A B. 



COMMERCIAL. 



RECEIPTS BY RAILROAD. 

LOUISVILLE A FRANK PORT K. K — July 28— 
70 j cs bgn, Cartley. J A co; 105 do do, Gallagher A 
co i6 do do. Uranniii A S; 26 do do, 8 els rope, 11 bles 
twine, Sholwell A son; 20 bles jeans and linseys, More- 
head: 5 do Osnaburgs, C, B Sc co, 44 pies batting, B A 
D; 2 reapers, J B Howard; 5 bxs shoes. Buckles; 10 
bbls woisky, Tb ratio A co; 55 aks b g seed, B, P A co; 

t heat, Brawuer A S; 12 bles 
twine, Richardson A bro; 12 pbgs mdze, owner. 



Weather and River. — Tho weather yesterday w as 
warm— especially on the “sunny side.” There was but 
lUUe breeze Stirring, and only DOW and then a cloud aeeu 

flitting by to shield the head of tiie out-doorman from 26 do, Marin A B: 11 bgs w heat, Brawuer A S: 
the scorching rays of the sun. Tho nights are becoming 
intensely hot, and old Morpheus is chary of hi-* favors. 

Yesterday was “horticultural” day, and many fair, fat 
antTbuxom damsels, radiant with the glow of health 
came to town with their flowers, their peaches aud their 
crimson cheeks, which rivalled in beauty even their 
fruits and roses. Some of the city belles with their tiny 
foot and waspish waists and painted cheeks were also 
seen in search of fancy stores, and Jeweler's shops aud 
blameless beaux, with while kids, aud bieh-hceled 
boots, and unreceipted tailor’s bills— which we hope 
they found. 

There were flvo feel six inches of water in the cannl, 
and three feet ten inches on the falls in the pass, and 
stationary. 

Pittsburgh, July 28, P. M. 

't here is 9 feel of water in the channel and falling. 

The weather is clear and warm. 

For Cincinnati awi  tub East.— It will be glad ti- 
d.dgs of great joy to the hundreds of w&y-farera who 
may propose to go to Ciucinnali or any of tho Eastern 
cities to-day, to learn that the renowned, far-famed, 
unrivalled, unapproachable, gayly-caparisoneJ, high- 
headed, safe, commodious and rich-living Jacob Ntra- 
der goes out with the very swiftness of light itself for 
Cincinnati, where connections are mu  ie with all 
the first class railroads leading to the first class cities 
and watering places in the East, the North, aud almost 
everywhere else. Our venerable friend, J. Blair Sum- 
mons, who has a reputation a? a river mau as broad as 
fifty kingdoms, walks the hurricane deck, and to his 
safe keeping we commend you. It will be remember- 
ed that Robert S. Dunning is the clerk, and to him 
you rnuit apply for staterooms and through tickets. — 

Off at 11 o’clock. 

The superb U. S. mail steamers Jacob Strader and 
Telegraph No. 3 and the Jeffersonville and Ohio Rail- 
road connect with the Little Miami, Baltimore and 
Ohio, Central Ohio and Columbus and Wheeling Rail- 
roads at Cincinnati. Also connecting at Baltimore 
with trains for New York, Philadelphia, Wilmington, 

Albany and Washington City. This is the only line 
which can make the 28 hours to Baltimore, aud the only 
line by which through tickets can be procured from 
Louisville to all of tho Eastern and Northern cities. 

Travelers will bear in mind lhat this route is by far the 
most pleasant, safe and expeditions; therefore they 
are recommended to provide themselves with a through 
ticket from the general agent, P. W. Strader, Galt 
House building, eorner of Main and Second streets. 

For Mkmcuis.— T bo swift and favorite passenger 
packet Tishomingo, Capt. Briscoe, starts to Memphis 
Monday aflern x n at 4 o’clock. The Tfah   ningo is a 
first class craft, finely furnished, sets a good table ai d 
is commanded by excellent olllcors. Mr. B. C. Levi, 
the clerk, is u courteous and noble gentleman. Step 
on board. Charley Basham ! a the agent. 

Accident to tiu Southerner. — The steamer South- 
erner on her way to St. Louis last Friday, broke a 
wrist and returned to this city Saturday morning. It 
will take only two or throe duys to repair damages, 
when she will be O. K., “right side up with caro.” 

HTpTho clerks of the Empress have our thanks for 
New Orleans papers of a late date, a manifest aud the 
following memorandum: 

Left New Orleans July 2 1 si, at 6 o’clock, P. M ., with 
225 tons freight — full ol passengers; did a large way 
business. 22*1, met Niagara at Doualdsonville; 23d, 
met Antelope at Milliken's bend, Ben Franklin at 
American bend; 25th, Fanny Bullitt at Burdeau; 27th, 

T. C. Twitchell at Diamond island. 

[Fiom the Cincinnati Gazette ] 

List in Aggregate,. 

.Showing the oumbei* of steamboats in existence; the 
number damaged; how und where the disaster took 
place*, the loss to cargo aud steamer; the number of 
lives lost, Ac., on the Western aud South-western Riv- 
ers, for six months, from January 1st, 1655, to June 3u. 

1855. Dividing those Hirers into three Di visions; com- 
mencing at the mouth of the Ohio River iu each. 



BY TELEGR APH. 

New York, July 27. 

The acting Mayor, Mr. Barker, has issued a 
proclamation declaring Norfolk and Portsmouth 
infected districts, and quarantining all vessels 
from these ports. 

St. Pauls, Minnesota, July 27. 

The following gentlemen have been nominated 
as candidates tor delegates to Congres : Free Soil, 
W. R. Marshall; Democrat, H. M. Rice. 

NEWS BY THE ATLANTIC. 

The United States mail steamer Atlantic, Capt. 
West, from Liverpool 11 A. M. Saturday, July 14, 
arrived at nine o’clock last evening. The Atlan- 
tic arrived out. at half past two on the taorningof 
Sunday, the 8th. 

Lord John Russell figures this week as the prin- 
cipal feature of the news. The circumstances 
which lent him this pre-einiuenee were the disclo- 
sures he made iu his speech of Friday, the Gth, re- 
specting the want of unanimity between himself 
aud his colleague on the subject of the war; in 
other words, that he. Lord John Russell, as British 
Plenipotentiary, expressed himself at Vienna in 
favor of the peace proposals mooted by Count Buol 
and approved by M Drouyn de l’Huys, but that ou 
returning toEugl&nd he either did not communicate 
those seuli men is to his colleagues in the Govern- 
ment, swallowed his peace opinions, and retained 
office in a ministry pledged lo war; while M. 
Drouyn de l’Huys, with a fitter sense of honor, re- 
signed. The ease of Lord John Russell is forci- • 
bly put by Mr. D israeli, thus: 

“I do not see that the explanations since made 
by the noble lord at all changes his situation with 
regard to the House, and as regards the narrative 
he made on Friday night. What did startle the 
House and greatly disquieted the public mind was 
that it came out, not by hazard, but from notice 
formally given, and evidently in a manner well 
matured ou the part of Lord John Russell, that he 
had returned to England with a project of pacifica- 
tion which he approved, but which the great ma- 
jority of the House and of the country neither at 
that time nor at this moment would sanction; that 
be had recommended this project to his colleagues; 
that in consequence of their refusal to adopt it he 
had felt he was bound to consider whether it was 
not his duty to retire from the Government; and 
though influenced by other considerations, he re- 
mained a member of the administration; he short- 
ly afterward came down to the House aud made a 
speech which conveyed to the country the impres- 
sion that he was an uncompromising advocate of 
the war, and conveying also to the House the idea 
that he was convinced, from his experiences in 
the conferences at Vienna, that any attempt at ue 
gotiation with any reasonable hopes of success 
was impossible — thereby conveying to Parliament? 
and the country an impression utterly inconsistent 
with the facts of the case.” 



Dulli £*evic«% of the market. 

[moM tbs boo as or the cuambkr or commerce.] 

tLMLY LOUISVILLE TIMES OPFH H, f 
Saturday Kvkni.no, July 28. S 

Kkmarks. — S ince our lout ft* view tbe Grocery market 
bus been characterized by greni firmnesa in all the lcad- 
irtjf aHieleu. The transactions sum up 52»i batrs Coffee, 
4i8 and 125 bblf . Sugar, ami about 400 bbls. Mo- 
lasses. To the trade — Coffee llt&Hl  8 c; Low Fair to 
Cbnftxj Sugar 6 Plantation Molasses 35@30e; 
Sugar House 400. Jobbing sales to the country at an 
adrabce. 

Tt^ operations in Bagging aud Bale Hope have been 
restricted bylho unusual small stock iu market. The 
wbole stock ou sale tbo 26lh lust., was 372 pieces of 
Hogging and 3,272 coils of Bale Rope. The market is 
firm , with an upward tendency. 

The Graii: market has undergone no important 
change during the past week. We have to reporta 
ljglit business— say 1,175 sacks ami 12,900 bushels Corn, 
aud small sales of Meal. Bran and Shorts, and Oats. 
Oats come in slowly. The last receipts of now sold 
from w&gpu at 40c. Tin* stock and domain! is light. 

I he ruling price for Wheat at the ini l has been $1 V 
bushel, but we hear of & saic of 1,000 bushels, deliver- 
able the 1st of August, at fit 10; also notice a good de- 
mand at this pjint for Eastern shipment at the present 
rates J 

Tho Provision market has been generally quiet, the 
only important change to notice is a slight decline in 
Mess Pork, with sales at $16 75. Bacon hflrm, bU| 
the dcnqtnd is not active. Nothing doing in Lard; 
prices uncharged. Kales of 36.900 pieces, 113 casks, 
and 2^,000$,? Bacon; 300 ke$s and tierces Lard; and 
I 200 bids. Pprh. Hie receipts of Country Bacon are 
rot worth nitiitionlDg— only about 5,000 ft,s. Rtiola- 
tions from wagon— Clear Sides We* Ribbed 9c, shoui. 
tiers 7 *  Pfii|uHaiU8 9#JUc. 

Tiie ruling pii^e for Hay his been $13 $ ton from 
levee. Tho receipts are light.' 

Tobacco is i^syltanged, with moderate receipts. Bales 
.'Vi 137 boxes Manufactured. 
ftAvtsujes from u vee at $.18. S , • * — - v 

Fi oufv— 200 ttols Fiiperlineyo Erara idTu $6 £ C7r, 
**» 75^jt Mj&oat ' ■„ burhet af the mill . 

J9sal$*rt}]f Rectified hi m  bbl* Raw a t 

32^0, ’ 

Provisions— 1,500 Shoulder?. at Pc, loose. Sale of 
OuifiKd Hama at 11c; 20 tcsTaucy Sugar Cured do at 

12J* cepts. 

Sitr-tt iNo— 100 bales Cumudten Sheetings ut8^c. 

H *mh — 52 bains damaged hemp at $110 f » n. 

Grocerii*^ Sales of 60 bags HJn Coffee at llt&llj^c; 
29 doLtaguftyra do at 12c; 75 hbls crushed Sugar, Nos. 



i, 7 u^id 8 



t 8*; £9" 9' 4 c; 27 hhds Fair to Choice IN 



O. Su^nr id 6 &i&7 £ 7 *c; sale ot’jiowdqred i!oal 9. _ ^ 
50 bbUJ ’Isolation Mohisses at 37c; sale? of Sugar House 

do Sit 4oc. 

Cork — 10, bi 0 bushels ear and shelled Ct-r n on private 
terrat ; 2W) Nicks do do do at 07(^70c. 

MfcrAi.-*Sale of White at 75c. 

market nearly bate of » urt*. t«^uie 

irom^ragoh at 40c. 

ToBAcro—Saics ofl73 bxs Kentucky Manufactured 

at 17(@J0c. 

Sales Saturday, JiMjr vtf. at Warehouses of 6 hhds — 
vjz: $7 75, 7 95, i. 95, 8 25, 5 50, 6 (JO, 6 95, and 6 00. 

Telegraphic Jlarkets, 

Cincinnati, July 28; M. 

Flour maintains its firmness, and prices are slightly 
in favdnr of Hellers. Sold to-day 220 bbls at $7 40: 300 
at $7 30. Whisky — Sales of 800 bWs at 32o; 100 do at 
32 ic. Provision* market quiet. 

New York, July 28, M. 

Stocks are better. Money easier. Erie 51; Cleve- 
land ami Pittsburg 51  4; Galena and Chicago 195) 4 : 
Cumberland 2?**; Reading 89 ; N  Y. central 102; 
PenneyJvanlaCoul Co. Ill; Michigan Central 96; Mich- 
igan Southern 97 

Flour— Market firm; sales of 375 bbls at $8 12R@ 
8 50; Southern heavy; sales of 600 bbls at $10. Wheat 
is firm and active; sales of 5,C4i!i bushels — Southern 
while at $t 80; mixed 1 1 F5fc. Corn is dull, with a 
declining tendency, sales of 29,ifiJ0 bushels at 90^ c. 
Pork — Market unsettled; sales of 700 bbls at $19 75 
{©efts firm; sales of 150 bbls. Lard— Market firm at 
Sales of 3uo bbls. 



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DIKII. 

* In this city, on Saturday, July 28, at 10 o’clock, P. 
Hi., Mr Titos. Bkthki. printer, aged about 22 years. 

: ‘ His funeral will take place at his residence, on C011- 
$$Barolrect, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth, this 
The feeling on this matter had grown so high evening, at h  *clock. 

in Jefferson pouuty, on the 19th J une, of asthma of 
tho lungs. Hknson s tki-iikss, aged 94 years. 

Op tho 2 1st, Abbadiaii, widow of the late Henson 

Stephens, aged 96 years. 



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Dead Dog. — The attention of the authorities 
is directed to a dead dog, on the corner of Jeffer- 
son and Second streets. The residents complain 
of the nuisance. See to it. 

Police Court. — Peter Herbet, breach of ordi- 
nance; judgment confessed; fined $5. Andrew 
Malvin, felony; bail $ b00 to appear. Louisville 
and Portland Railroad, breach of ordinance; con- 
tinued. James Dougherty, continued. J. Merger, 
breach of ordinance; dismissed. J. A. Moore vs. 
Robert Hays, p. w.; dismissed at defendant’s cost 
Michael Delany, drunk; bail $100 for 2 months. 
Michael Lynch, drunk and disorderly; bail $100 
for 3 months. Jame3 Lawrence, drunk and dis- 
orderly; bail $300 tor 3 months. L. Lupp, breach 
of ordinance, fined $5. Guadalupe Myers, vs. 
Solomon Finster, p. w ; bail $300 for 6 months. 
Xavier.Lytter, three breaches of ordinance;. verdict 
guilty; fined $5 for each offence. 



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dueed by specious pretexts and false pretences into 
its embrace. But rest assured they will return; 
sooner or later, all qood men will repent of their 
error, and rally again to the true interests of the 
country. Religious intolerance in this land of 
freedom, and in the latter part of the 19th cen 
tury, is monstrous; and the revival of the odious 
doctrines of the alien and sedition laws and of the 
Hartford Convention, is scarcely less so. Vet it 
is even doubtful whether the avowed objects of the 
organization are more startling than the secret 
oaths, the fraud, violence and deceit by which 
they have been upheld and maintained. 

When the history of the present time comes to 
be written, this know nothing movement, with its 
intolerance, proscription, sacreligious oaths and 
insincerity, will present many perplexing questions 
to the historian, but the greatest puzzle of them 
all will be to tell why Democrats should have 
joined in a crusade against Democracy, with no 
hope ot accomplishing any result but the over- 
throw of their own cherished principles. There 
o«u be no doubt as to the plain duty of every pat- 
riot, and especially of every sincere Democrat 
who has joined the Order. It is to shake the dust 
from their feet, and come out from among them. 
The obligation they have taken is void, and of no 
binding force in conscience or iu morals, because 
it conflicts with the higher and holier obligations 
of patriotism. Yours respectfully, 

GEO. A. CALDWELL. 



O’ We are not addicted to telling “fibs” nor 
'■puffing” an undeserving article, but when we 
really know that an article is valuable to the pub- 
lic, to our patrons, to every man, woman and 
child in the universe, we then deem it our duty 
as journalists, to inform the public of the same. 
In this case we have good knowledge for what we 
assert, from the fact that for some time past we 
have been troubled with general debility, and have 
tried many specifics, which were said to be “ready 
cures,” but of all we have taken we have found 
none to contain such powerful medicinal qualities 
as is contained in Dr. Thos. A. Hurley’s celebra- 
ted Sarsaparilla — the only Extract of the Sarsapa- 
rilla Root in the market worth using. 

XT' George Leavenworth, who was so seriously 
wounded in his duel with Breckinridge, formerly 
of this city, near Niagara, is rapidly recovering. 



Going aoain. — We are informed upon what we 
consider good authority, that our young, hand- 
some, accomplished, intellectual and promising 
friend, John Carpenter, Esq., one of the very best 
officers on the renowned Jacob Strader, whom ev- 
ery body likes, and whom all the ladies love, will 
in the course of a few days pay another Hying 
visit to St. Louis. It seems that he has recently 
taken quite a fancy to the Mound City, or tome 
one in il, and we shouldn’t be much surprised to 
hear that a certain state room in one of our fine 
steamers, usually devoted to those in the rosy en- I 



Murdered. — Erasmus D. Connolly, formerly ot 
Russelville, Ky., was foully murdered in San An . 
tonia, Texas, on the 1st inst. 

O’ Miss Rosalie A. Durand, the American 
prima donna, has met with unbounded success at 
Buffalo, New York. Her “Arline,” in the “Bo 
hemian Girl,” the Post says, was a most splendid 
impersonation. She sung with even more than 
her wonted power and sweetness, and looked the 
character capitally. 



joymentinthe honey-moon, was shortly brought Distressing Accident. N — On Friday evening last, 



into requisition. Whatever may be the fate of 
our youug friend in the far West, we, in common 
with hundreds of warm and admiring friends, will 

always wish him “joy.” 



Osmond Robarts, jr.,son of Osmond and Mary A 
Robarts.of Russelville, was accidently shot by 
an elder brother, who was playing with a gun, and 
died in a few minutes. 



JF'pTUe figures on the left hand of the Table are for 
marks of reference to the explanations following: 
REMARKS. 

1. These boats are small, except the A. L. Shot- 
well. One was tho Tow Boat Diana. 

2 . 

3. One w&i the Huntsville, burned on the Ten- 
nessee river. Loss to cargo and boat, $219,999 

4. This was the Hartford, burst near Cincinnati. — 
No one hurl. 

5. These losses were generally for Salvages 
Inimed from Insurance Companies. 

6 These Cpilisions were slight, and the estimates 
are high. 

District, No. 1— Total loss, $343,309, or 19 V 
cent of the whole loss. (1,81)3,500) 

7. Tw o ferry boats and one tow boat, very small, and 
of but little value. 

8. Obion and K. H. Lee, both very small boats, 
aud old. 

9. Forest Rose, in collision with tho steamboat 
Editor. 

10 Three of these were damaged In crossing the 
rapids, on the Mississippi. 

11. One person wounded. This was the'Reindeer, 
near St. Louis. 

12. All lyirg st the wharf, St. Louis. 

13. The Americas and Keystone Male. 

District, No. 2— Total loss, $595,700, or 33 

cent, of the whole loss, and 6 lives lost, or 19)£ $ cent 
oft ho whole. 

14. Garden City, Bulletin No. 2, Texana, Falcon 
Alton and Helen — Howard and Antelope partly. 

15. 

16. Heroine at Mobile, ferry boat, Hainiltou, at 
Memphis, and tow boat Thomas McDonald, at New 

BI, •'t v.in persons scaided, aud otherwise Inju 
red . Four of Uie dead are Negroes. 

17. This was the Bulletin No. 2, in collision with 
the Grand Turk. A few bales cottou damaged. 

District, No. 3— Total loss $664,509, or 48 ^ 
cent ot the whole, and 25 lives lost, or 80*^ p cent of 
the whole. Total loss, $1,603,590. 

There were 513 steamboats inspected under the law 
of 1852, up to September 30, 1854; and estimating 87 
steamboats running as freight, tow and ferry boats, to 
same dale, gives CnO steamboats of all classes, on tho 
western and South- western rivers. Taking this as the 
number in existence, January 1st, 1855, the loss and 
damage to June 30tli, 1855, is 13:83 190 #• cent. 

The number totally lost. 39, oaa no doubt been r  
placed by new boats built during the time, and bears 
proportion of 6 J* cent to the whole number. 

SUMMARY. 

* 12 Steamboats destroyed bv Dre — damage to tnor 
chandlse, $640,900, and boat’s property, $198,000 — To 
tal $838,000, or 46 yt nearly of the whole loss, and 13 
lives lost; or 57 per coni of the wbo'.e. 

* 7 Steamboats damaged by ice — damage to merchau 
dise, *39,000, and boat's property $16,000 — Total. 
$36,000; or 2& nearly of the whole loss. 

t 52 Steamboat s sunk aud damaged by snags, damage 
to merchandise $558,800, and boul’sjproperty, $343. 
400— Total, $902, 2tJ0; or 50 cent, nearly of the whole 

loss. 

t 5 Steamboats damaged by explosion, damage to 
merchandise, , aud boat's properly, $13,000 — To- 

tal, $13,60:*; or X nearlv of the whole loss. 13 lives 

lost, or 42 per cent, of the whole. 

|| 7 Steamboats damaged by collisions; damage to 

merchandise, $1,000. and boat’s pi operty, $3,300— To 
tal, $4,300; or  4 4? ceut. nearly of the whole loss. 

It is not contended that the list is complete in number 
of boats damaged, nor exact in amounts of losses; 
while some may be estimated too high, others are too 
low, but on the whole it is not far wrong. In arriving 
at these amounts for Itsses, I have consulted with 
disinterested steainboatmen, whoso united informa 
tion, together with my ow n knowledge of the value of 
boat and cargo, reached nearly every case. 1 have not 
considered several boats, (by others reported,) as hav 
ing been aground, slightly break Ing machinery, Ac 
to do so would bo to place nearly every boat on Uie 
rivers in the list, as having met with disaster. Some 
of the cases above, lor collision and damage by snags, 
are but trifling, and hardly fair to place them io this 
list of disasters. W. VV. GUTHRIE. 

* It is difficult to suggest a remedy for this class of 
disasters, beyond what has been done. 

t Tho number of disasters to steamers from this cause 
ure unusually large, eight ofthem are hardly worthy of 
notice, and may be partly accounted for in the extraor- 
dinary low stage of water iu the rivers; in many of 
which it still continues. 

I It i« worthy of remark lhat there has been no ex- 



that the existence of tho Palmerston Ministry was 
put to the vote by Sir E. Bulwer Lyttou moving— 
“That the conduct of the Ministei charged wiltf 
the negotiations at Vienna, and his continuance in 
office as a responsible adviser of the Crown, have 
shaken the confidence which the country should 
place in those to whom the administration of pob- 
lic affairs is entrusted.” 

THE SIEGE OF SEBASTOPOL. j 
The position of affairs remains as before thd 
repulse of June 18. No permanent check 
been sutoiued by the hesiegers. Several regimen 
hich suffered badly on the recent occaaiou LavJ 
been re-organized, aud the troops of the four na; 
lion*  •  ntintte healthy and hopeful. Inarm n^ 
worka are b^ing raised against the Malakoff 
Redan, and also to command tn'c shipping. Tlort 
thousand men are said to be employed on tJ* 
works of attack. Another and general assau 
not far off. Nor h ive the Russians been idle 
new works are thrown up behind the Malakoff . 
Redan, (a formidable star lort behind th$ lattci 
July 10 — General Pelisicf telegraphs: “I ha 1 
nothing new to communicate to-day. The firii 
has been very brisk since morning between tl 
English and the Redan. This evening the Reda 
is quite silcut, consequently the English will hu 
tble to advance their works.” 

rOTAL DEFEAT OF THE WAll.KER 
EXPEDITION. 

ANNIHILATION OF THE FILIBUSTERS. 

ICorreBpondence of tho N. Y Herald.] 

Rivas, July 13, 1855. 
Colonel Walker's Defeat — His Fraternization with 
Cen. CastiUon — The March on Rinas — Hostility 
of the People to the Filibusters — The Engage 
meat and Flight of the Nicaragua Democrats — 
Walker makes a good stand — His Fight and 
Escape — Thirteen Americans Kilitd, and their 
bodies burned — Names of some of the Killed. 

Col. Walker aud his party (fifty six in all) ar- 
rived at Rialejo the 14th of June; were sent by 
the Democratic President, Francisco CastiUon, to 
take the department of Chinandega, and a force 
of about 150 Central American troops were given 
to them as assistance, under the command of 
Cols. Mendez and Felix Ramirez, both notorious 
characters of tbe revolutionary army. 

The government had received news of their 
movements through their spies, and preparations 
were made to receive them at San Juan del Sud. 

Meanwhile they (Walker’s party) had landed, 
and marched the same afternoon against Rivas. 

small outpost was taken by surprise, but as 
some of the government soldiers there escaped, 
they hurried up to Rivas, and everything wm 
prepared to receive them. A courier was des- 
patched immediately to San Juan del Sud, order( 
mg the troops stationed there to concentrate their 
lorce at Rivas. 

There is no doubt Walker and his party were 
deceived in the grossest manner. They wer* 
told that 1,000 men would immediately join them, 
and instead of resistance that they would find re- 
joicing at their arrival. It was not so. 

They arrived at Rivas, altogether in number 
ibout 200 men, at 1 o’clock, where they met some 
of the avant guard of the government, and the 
lighting began, the government troops drawing 
back towards the Plaz^ Chances seemed to be 
rather even, when the reinforcements from San 
Juan del Sud arrived, attacking Walker’s party in 
the rear. The Democrats showed very little or 
no fight, and ran away, headed by their officers, 
in groups of twenty and thirty, abandoning Walk- 
er’s party, who had meanwhile taken possession 
of a house belonging to the pioneer of the party, 
rich planter, named Don Maximo Espinoza, 
where they sustained themselves pretty well, 
firing with their rifles through holes made in the 
adobe wills, aud entirely safe themselves from 
the musket balls behind them. 

Alter the Nicaragua revolutionary troops had 
abandoned them, the house was surrounded by all 
the government troops, about three hundred in 
number, and the firing continued for about two 
hours, doing but little harm to the filibusters, 
while almost every rifle ball hit its man. 

At last a party of young men, principally of the 
first families, and all volunteers, stormed tbe front 
door, when others from the other side setflre to 
die house, and took it, losing of course, compara- 
tively to their number, many. 

Colonel Walker’s party had to break through 
them, and lied into a neighboring cacao estate, 
wherefrom they they took their route towards the 
Transit 

Being night, and only a limited number of 
troops to follow them, they had a chance to sleep 
that night, and leave next morning for San Juau 
del Sud, where they took a schooner by force 
burned the cartel of the government down, and 
left for terra incognita. 

Thirteen Americans were killed and their bodies 
burned. It was first believed that Col. Walker 
was killed, as many papers of great interest were 
found on the body of one ofthem. 

They left in great confusion, leaving most all 
their am muni lion, medicine chest, surgical instru- 
ments, Ac., behind. 

The Walker party, when passing the Transit 
toward San Juan del Sud, presented tbe most la- 
mentable sight — several wounded, all of them in 
rags, and extremely dirty; some even without 
boots and hats. They were very low spirited, and 
excited against the Leon party for having aban- 
doned them. They confessed having lost fourteen 
rueu, and among them three of their principal of- 
ficers, and that they did not expect such furious 
and brave resistance The storming of the house, 
they say, was indeed a great feat; and they ac- 
knowledged having far underrated the people they 
thought to meet. 

From them, and front the identification of pa- 
pers found on the dead bodies, there have been 



STE A M BU ATS. 

r fi.STAIL, neK.tl Nfi LI!!Et 
For Cincinnati. 

^The fine fiteamor JACOB STKADKK, 
pSummoiis roaster, will leave as above 
. J« lay Jutj the tot Ik* lit *v «“ 

► freight apply oirbo.iM 



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inierTtSaoMlNGO, Briscoe, 
b Sve on Monday, 

Tan F. to. 

i* freight nr passage apply on board or to 
 29 C. BASHAM. 



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AUCTION SALES. 



Jfl AltSUAL’S SALE. 

A. Baxter, &c.,l 

Against   In Chancery. 

Edward Gary, j 

I) Y virtue of & decree of the Louisville Chancery 
I ) Court, rendered in tbe above eau»o,lhe undersign- 
ed, or one of u*. will, on Wednesday the 1st day of 
August, 1855, ab'»ut the hour of 10 o’clock, A. M.,sell 
to the highest bidder, at public auction, at the store 
lately occupied by deft. Gary, on Fourth street, be- 
tween Main and Market streets, In the city of Louis- 
ville, the goods attached in this cause, consisting of 
Cloths. Cas-»iineres, Vestings, Trimmings, the Fixtures 
in tbe tlore,  &c. 

Tin terms of sale, $20 and under cash; over lh&‘ 
sum a credit o! 4 months, the purchaser to give bond 
with approved security, bearing interest flrom the day 
of sale till pirid. 

HENRY DENT, M. L. 0. C. 
Jy28 did HENRY WOLFORD, Deputy. 

HV V. ( . 5I*E »€1 

Raisins, Bacon, Tobacco, Imported Brandy, Nails, 
Cigars, Champagne, Glass Jars, Wrapping 
Paper, and Furniture at Auction. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

m MM HOTEL 

Corner Eighth and Jefferson btreets, 
LOUINVILLE, KY. 



r 1AHE undersigned has taken charge   f this House 
A and thoroughly refitted it. and is now prepared 
to accommodate transient and regular boarders with 



the best tbe market affords. Having had considerable 
e v per io uce in U10 business of hotel keeping, and be- 
ing determined to uso every exertion for the accom- 
modation of all who may patronize him, he hopes to 
receive a liberal shbre ot the public patronage. His 
house is detached from any other building; rooms 
large and well ventilated, which render it one of the 
most desirable location in the city. All will find them- 
e-elves perfectly at home, and every possible attention 
paid to their wauls, charges moderate . 

)y28 d6m V. H. SMITH, Proprietor. 



/ \N TUESDAY MORNING, luly 31st, at 10 o’clock, 
v " will be sold a‘ auction rooms, .No. 520 Ai 
between Third ami Fourth, 



iiain street, 



*t  n* house '• ». .»2h, M .iu street, 
Third and Foa«tb. nearly oppo* 



300 bundles medium and S C Straw Pap»r; 

15 boxes Kentucky lb and Lib Lump Tobacco; 

10 boxes Dudley's Diamond Virginia do 
15,000 Principe ami Usques Cigars; 

6 ^ casks Champagne Brandy; 

\% do J. J aquas Cognac do; 

2  4 do Kasteun Charraycr dodo; 

10H boxen superior MR Raisins; 

50 do Specie and Squat Jars; 

5 bbls pure Cider Vinegar; 

10 kegs 4d, 6d, and 8a Nails; 

1 cask Bacon Hums: 

6 boxes Dr. Sprotl’s Stomach Bitters; 

20 huskcis Champagne; 

With a lot of other articles in the Grocery Hue. 

Also will be added, lo make room for a large lot of 
articles coming in, a large and varied assortment of 
Secondhand Furniture, tho property of persons remov- 
ing from tho city, in which will be found every arlicio 
necessary to the complete outfit of a residence, all of 
which will be sold without reserve, ns is customary. 

If - # 5 ’ Terras cash. C. 0. SPENCER, 

Jy28 « Auctioneer. 

SPECIAL AUCTION NOTICE, 

t, C. ftP^NCEKiS 

CJiange oft- faction lioouiN. 

ffraE subscriber respectfully informs his friends&nd 
k consignor#; that bd has leased fora term of years 
that large.sod roomy st 
(norih siJeTbctwcon ‘ 
siie the Bunk of Louisvylle, and lately occupied' by Mc- 
Dermott, Clifford* Co. Prom the increase of his bu- 
siness he found it necessary to procure a larger house, 
and having secured this, which is not only com m odi- 
ous, butln the very central business portion of tho 
city, he feel assured that the change wilt not only be 
beneficial to himself, but particularly advantageous to 
those who favor h'm with the r business, inasmuch as 
he will be enabled the better t' display the articles to 
be sold, thereby benefiting both buyer aud seller — 
Grateful for past favors and solicitiug consignments, 
he assures his friends lhat his efforts in their behalf 
shall bo redoubled. The regular established sale days 
will oe observed in the new house. Real Estate and 
sales at private residences attended to at all limes and 
as heretofore, upon the usual moderate terms. My 
opening sale in the now house will be ou the 27th in- 
stant. 

jei9 C. C. SPENCER. Auctioneer. 

T. f, DUFFY, 

AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT 

No. 5 1 8 Hlarket street- bet. Second and 
Third, North Side. 

LOUISVILLE, KY. 

I WILLattend to selling Furniture, Dry Goods, Gro- 
cories and Heal Estate. Out-door sales, Consta- 
bles’ and Assignees’ sales, &c., on reasonable terms. 

My regular sales every WEDNESDAY and SAT- 
URDAY of Furniture,  &c. 61 c. 

Cash advanced on consignments. 
a2 DUFFY, Auction eer. 

\V AN s *:i*. 

A SITUATION »f Assistant Book-keeper, or out 
door Clerk. Good references given. 

Applv at this Office. my26dtf 

QOTTON Vnniii — 350 bags Tennessee and Al 



bv 



abama Cotton Y urns, assorted numbers, for sale 
Jy4 MOCK. WICK8* ro. 



^ilvcr-p.ated ttootfw a. ml Cutlery 

R ECEIVED by Adams Express, double Silver-pla- 
ted Castors, Forks, Tea and Table Spoons. A Iso, 
Ivory, Horn, Ebouy pni Coc^a handle Table Cutlery, 
wltha large and complete sto. . of Japanned Waiters 
and Traps, for sale al wholesale prices, by 

A. JAEGER A CO., 
NosU9and 121, Fourth Street, 

JelC ozart Building. 

YZ7 UODEN Ware— 

VV 75 nest painted Tubs; 

100 dozen do Buckets; 

30 cases (1 dozou each) brass bound Buckets; 

12 do Matches; 

Just received aud for sale by 

jy4 • h k, Wicks a co. 

C OTTON - kies North »n receiv- 

ed per Fawn and for sale by 

jv4 N ■ K , WICKS St OQ, 

L lt AN and Short* — 30 tons in store and for 
f  sale Vy JONES  fe ROOO, 

bdt. Main and Water sis. 
-$*•*■» — Received and for sale by 
A. HAGAN A BRO., 

99 Third st. 



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HOICK VirgiuiaToharro- 

60 butts J es.io Hare’s Superior Tobacco; 



25 do Laughorne’s Gold Leaf «lo; 

80 do W Devine’s Nectarino d*n 

40 do Cundiff’s ‘*un-cured do; 

Just roceived and for sato by 

NOCK, WICKS A. CO. 

A) 4 511 Main street. 




(BUENA vista springs 

LOGAN COUNTY, KY. 

^HIF Health Restoring Place 



4 CD* IMP flO VCD i 

p atent pendinc. 

G«o, Moyer. W. D. Ludlow. . £. M. S howiXw . 
CINCINNATI,  L 

For preserving Fruits, V egetables, Ae. The 
only Can ever made requiring 
NO WAX, SOLDER, OR CEMENT! 

Acknowledged by all who see them, the 
JTKATKST, BATKST, k MOST CONVZKIBKT OAK III ITS*. 

They are easily FEALKD and OPENED, and 
nery r fait to Preserve Fruits, VaoxtABLM, Ac., 
in a perfectly fresh stale. 

They can be uspd veer after year. 

Directions for putnng all kinds of Fruits, 
Vegetables, Ac., will accompany the Cans. 
Every Can Warranted. 
4®*-Tinuers -4.n l others supplied with our 
^ proved Sel^Sealing tope in any quantity, 
JESSUP & CURTIS, 

Agents , 

79 THIRD STREET, j 

Loulatllle, Ky. 





IIOOKK-1N DIAft DOCTORS NOTICE. 

TUST issued from the Press of H -ill & Brother. Dai- 
*J |y’» Faniilv Practice of Medicine, or Domestic 
Physician, containing 824 pages: giving th»* descrip- 
tion, causes, symptoms and treatment of one bun ired 
and seventy-seven of tho various diseases of men, 
women and children, wi’ha plain description of near- 
ly four hundred raediciual tr • t-bruhs, plants and 
herbs, Illustrated with upwards of one hundred eu- 
graving?’. By William Daily M. D ,lhe ludiau l  *c 
tor. 

Dr. Daily, from his havingspent two years with the 
Indians in the study of the medical proper. ics of herbs 
in nature's garden, beforo being a graduate atCiuciu- 
nati Ohto, and having au unlimited practice for tho 
last fifteen years has enabled him t«» write jusisuch a 
bonk as the po pl*»of tho ago require. 

The book will be sold to agents in every county in 
the United States. Good business men will make from 
$5 to $10 per day. 

The terms, when delivered by mail, postage pre- 
paid, $6 a copy; two conies, $11. Send $6 for a copy 
to receive subscribers by, and then order tho number 
wanted, by express, at wholesale prices lor cash. — 
When ordered at the subscriber’s expense, by express 
or shipment, $5 a copy; six copies, $24; twelve copies 
$40. 

Try Books will only be sent to cadi orders. 

Add ress WM .DAI LY. M . D , 

No. 78 Second street, Louisville, K y. 
Jyl? dlawly 

TOMLINSON’S 

OMNIBUS LINE. 

THIS Lino will leave Middletown 

daily, punctually at 6 o’clock, A M., 

arrives at thePolnt precisely at 7 o'clock, and at Louis- 
ville at 8 o’clock, A. M. Leaves Louisville, •»pposit- 
the post office and the Gath right Hou-o, Market, street, 
between ^ocond and Third, al 5 o’clock P. M. 

Jy 18 dtf 

Music Teaching. 

rpHK subscriber wishes to inform the citizens of Lou- 
-L isville,ikat ho will give lessons on the Piano Forte 
to pupils in this city. Having taught Mumc for the last 
2 years in this county, he possesses numerous testimo- 
nials of his talent in music, and flatters himself that he 
will give general satisfaction to all who may favor him 
with their patronage. LUCIAN MAAS. 

Leave your orders at Joseph McCann’s Music 
Store, No. 67, Third street Louisville Ky. 

N. B. Repairing and tuning done with dispatch. 
jyldSm 

HLEL’TION NOTICE. 

HE Stockholders in the Louisville and Frankfort 
L Railroad Company nre hereby notified, that the 
annual election for six Directors will be held at the 
office of said Com ' aoy, In Louisville, on Monduy the 
16th day of July, inel. 

Polls will be ooen at 9 A . M., and adjourn for din- 
ner at 1 o , clock,P. M., and reopen at 2 o’clock, 
jyfidtd G. W. BARCLAY, Sec’y. 

Cut and Pressed Glassware. 

• IT E have just received a large invoice of Cut and 
** Pressed Glassware, comprising the newest and 
most beautiful styles Of Goblets, Champagne. Wines, 
Tumblers, Decanters, Cordials, Individual Salts, Pre- 
serve Stands, Fruit Bowles, Molasses Cans, and a 
largefttock of a’. 1 sizes Glass Jars. For sale very low 
forcasu by 

A. JAEGER  fc CO., 

Jy$ _ 440,5 • P ,l ‘rih street. 

NOTICE. 

L ET it he remembered that A. O. Runyan, Vler- 
chattf Tailor, Malu street, near Fifth, is selling 
hla goods at very .••’.» •••! ;»*..• •, ;i! i.| ’.sill 

Those 
to their inter- 



ior Kiace will be 
again opened on the 1st of June Tor tLj reception 
of visitors. Considerable Improvement hav 
made sine-* last season, rendering it decidedly the 
most plesaot Summer Retreat in Southern Kentucky. 
\ good Band of Music has been ong:tg *dfor the sea- 
son, and no pains will be spared to reader the stay of 
visitors entirely comfortable and agreeable. 

D JEFFRIES, Proprietor. 
May 9, 1855.- -my29 daw9m 

Bestli’oiiStoncChina Ware 

To be found In the West, by 

• A. JAEftER & CO., 

Now* 111) and 121 i'ourlii Mrcct. 

K ECEIVED by the steamer Alvin Adams, a large 
and complete assortment of the above good*, a 
direct importation of the Staffordshire Potteries, Eng- 
land, will be sold eliher wholesale and retail, at great 
bargaius, such a Lining, Tea. and Toilr-t Sell, (ups 
and Saucers, D-slm*. PlHtos.Turnens, Covered Dishes, 
Teapots, Sugars and Creams, Pitchers, Mugs, Kwors 
and Busins, Soaps. Trays, Toy Tea Setts, Spittoons, 
soup bowls, Salad Bowls, Bakers’ Casseroles.  kc. 

A. JAEGER & CO., 

Jy6 Nos. 119andl2l Fourth st .Mozart Hall. 

E Efiw ravlngi- Ju-t received a large In- 
voice of plain aud colored Engravings, Consisting 
of about 300 of the very choicest productions of Eng- 
land, France and America during tne past vdar. We 
invite special attention to this lot, as it is the largest 
collection of the finest class of Paiuts wo have ever 
brought lo Louisville. 

lei HKGAN  fc K8COTT; 

P O t' A TO F Harvester — We are now prepar- 
ed to furnish farmers and dealers with Kyram’s 
Improved Patent Potxtoe Digger. By the Use of this 
implement, all Potatoes a*e brought to the surface of 
 he ground, saving many which are otherwise 'oat, us 
wellas mo re than half of the labor required by any 
other method of digging. Price at retail $ 0. 

Jy!7dtfaw2 6YRAM, PITKIN A CO. 

LGOUD AIITICLK AT A K.UHpHK i i 

HUGH MARTIN, 



» si 



JE 






CARRIAGE 

11 uii:». 

Southwest cor. of Green aad Sixth sts. 

jeUdlyta t*otTfr»V in.fr , Ky. 

Iron Railing Works. 

I _TAVING on larged my shop and added machinery 
n to my present work , it enables me to turnout 
work attbe shotted possible notice and al prices as 
low as at any similar e tablishmcnt in the West. I 
have also aeve.-vl nev p*ttorns for V *randn*» and Bab 
uslrad:ng,lQ weien l would invito the attention oitho 
public. 

Bank-Doors, /suit*, Iron ®asli, Ja.l work, aud eve- 
rything appertaining to the building line, and jobbing 
of all kinds done with neatness and dispatch. 

h. J. MEAD. 

|el4d6mls G r.   n , 2 door west of Third st. 

SILK HATS PO it $ ,-First quality Mole- 



LOUISVILLE CITV DIRECTORY 



AND 



Annual Business Advertiser, 

F4IK ISoo-’JG. 

i 'HiSwork will embrace all matter usually contain- 
ed in such publications, prepared with the etrict- 
er.t regard to correctness and reliability, aud will be 
printed on goi d paper, with clear type, neatly and 
strongly boui d, ana shall be a credit to all parties 
coucerned. It will l o delivered dating the mouth 
of October, or sooner if it is possible to have it 
ready. 

The price per copy to subscribers w ill bo $1 50, pay- 
able when thd book Is delivered. The charges for ad- 
vertising will be as follows: 

One page an 1 one copy Directory $12 00 

• )ne half page and one copy Directory .7 09 

One fourth pa *e and one copy Directory 4 50 

To non subscribers the book will be $2,00 nercopy. 
Advert) so ineuls on Cover subject to special con- 
tract. 

Sucscrlbers who also advertise will have their 
names displayed in tho City and Business Directory 
department in full face letter?, with reference made 
tothepagMiu which lb ir advertisement appears. 
Subicr Dora who do.not advertise, will, if in business, 
have their names inserted in plain caps 1 h Business 
Directory only, whilst non-subccrlbexs will have no 
such advantage afforded them in any case. 

Over 1,100 subscriber* are already secured, and the 
work will bo Mg is tends of tbo printer so s *o® 
asUio manu**'* , *“'?.^* .rlully revised — »ay In ton 
W\ LEE WHITE, 
O. COLLtNS. 
ublished. 



- -JDOC.TQH ROBERT’S 

PRIVATE HbSPEFXt] 

H AVING liken tbe spacious residence on the south 
ride of Market, above Flist street. 1 purpose 
opening it for the reception nr.d accommodation of 
invalids visiting the city seeking medical aid. and to 
tho -  residents of the city who are not prepared with 
comfortable apartments duringsickness. All such as 
would favor the establishment with their patronage 
may implicitly rely upon receiving the kindest atten- 
tion during iheir^olourn in it, as every effort will be 
made by the proprietor to rend- r thc'.r residence with 
him  *s comfortable and ag-ecwhle es in tbe ttricosi 
larally a* ode. It will be the efloi t o. the proprietor 
to conduct his house a private family home to tho 
sick, intending to divert i; fall die repulsive fea- 
tures of a public Hospital, hoping thereby to attract a 
resort to tho e-Ublishmenl from the quiet retreat it 
ill afford. 

Tho establish m eni will be open to ail the physicians 
of the cilv having cases in taeir charge and desiring 
to send to the house for comfort and retirement. Tho 
faculty may confidently relv upon the utmost atten- 
tion to their dir  ctiona, and the proprietor hopes that 
his former relations with tne profession will insure 
lo him and bis house their favor. 

Applications may be made atihe house for admis- 
sion. where terms will be madq. known, which iu ev 
ery Instance shall be reasonable. 

Reference — The Fhyslctans of tho city. 

G. ROBERTS, M. D. 

Di. Roberts respectfully tenders his professional 
services to the citizens of Louisville. He may bo 
found at all times at his Private Hospital unless pro- 
fession ally absent. Jy28 d3m 



SMITH & CO.’S 

TONICSYRUP 

I S an efficient remedy for Vomiilrg, Diarrhoea, Flux, 
and any of tho premonitory symptoms of Cholera. 
In cases of summer complaint of children it is not 
surpassed by any Medicine in the world. It has in 
several instances cured ca«es of vhi X and Diarrho t 
when the Physicians had giveu the pitient up to die. 
it may be given to the smallest infant wlui perfect 
safety aud certain success. 

No family should be without it, and all who once 
try it will be perfectly satisfied as to its efficacy. The 
following letter from a gentleman recently from Vir- 
ginia, and eortifle tefrom Mr. D P. Dudley, of Louis- 
ville, Ky., show the estimate they place upon tbe 
medicine after testing it In their families. Numbers 
of similar testimonials could be given ifnecossar\; 
but the medicine will recommend itself wherever it »s 
tried. 

Dubuquk, Iowa. June 16, 1855. 
Mr. Smith— D ear Sir: 1 cannot flwd language to ex- 
press mv gratitude to you for your kiDdnvss to myself 
and family during our trip on tbe river. Before I 
reached ibis point my oldest daughter was t^ien vio- 
lently with spasms and eveiy symptom of Cholera — 
1 called in a physician who pronounced her case chol- 
era. and said ?he must die — when my wife commenced 
giving her your Tonic Syrup, which gavo her relief in 
• short time, and before she had taken two-thirds of a 
bottle she was entirely relieved. I enclose you twelve 
dollars for which 1 wish you to forward mo tiro 
amount of your syrup lo St. Raul. Minnesota, aa I do 
uot want ever to be without it in mv family. 

JOAN DONOVAN. 

Locisvills, July 6,1855 

1 havoMsed Smith A C'o.’s Tonic Syrup iu my fan-f- 
ly in cues of Diarrhoea, aud regard it as 11 valuable 
medicine, and have no doubt It willpr  ve satisfactory 
to all who use il in tho dlsases which it is represented 
to cure. D P. DUDLEY. 

Tho above Medicine is prepared by Smith A Co., 
LoulsvMle, Ky., and at no other place tn tho United 
St®***. All orders addressed loth -m will be prompt- 
ly attended to. 

Price $1.00 per bottle. Liberal discount will be 
made to wholesale purchasers. 

.Directions labelled on each bottle. 

ly2 J dtf SMITH & CO. , Louisville, Ky. 

r’llOHTl Black und Green 'I casi-V  

have on hand a large a-,s rltneul of the choic st 
Black and Green Teas ever offered for sale lu the city. 
LAN HAM & CO., importers of Teas, SiC , 
1y28 83 Third street. 



CANDIDATES. 



AUGUST ELECTION. 

buperintendent of 1'ublic 1 11 at rue- 
(ion. — Wc *re authorized to announce Johm D. 
Mattbkws, at* a candidate for election to the office 01 
Superintendent of Public Instruction. mi: dte» 

Auditor ol PobUc Accounts. 

authorised to announce Thos. 8. Paub, tho present 
Auditor of Public Accounts, as a candidate for re-elec 
ion at the next August election. 



For f&cn t« 



13 OOM S suitable for office or sleeping apartments for 
AK rent, by D. T. MONsarKAT, 



a!5 



76 Fifth street. 



pOLOKI.D und White l inen Drilling 

y ln variety, very beautiful and pleasant foi 
Summer wear. A now article of Orleans Cloth, in 
dlfferentcolors for summer. 

mmy»3 A . 0-BDMVAM. 

Medicinal Inhalation, \c. 

A* a Local Auxiliary in the T'rcat  
lucut of Diseases of the Respira- 
tory Orgum, 

THOJVIAS II. GREENHOUGHf jfl. D. 

C PKCIAL PRACTITIONER for Diseasee of the 
O Throat, Heart, Lungs and Liver, (late of London 
and Paris and permanent Resident Physician of New 
Orleans,) will a rive in Louisville on Monday next, 
and locate for a few weeks or more at the Louisville 
Hotel, in ordor to afford to thore affiiced with any dis- 
ease of the Respitory or Circulatory Svsttfffi an oppor- 
tunity of being Heated aud perpaneutly cured by the 
above new system of practice based upon the vital 
principles of tbe 

I* liy Nio logical Cfcemistry of Man, 

aud may rely upon a true and fair statement as to the 
probable result of each case. 

Dr. Greenhough, beluga member of M--dical socie- 
ties in Europe, is ftp ly prepared to guarantee to all 
invalids the most recent improvements in medicinal 
practice, and if he can form a class of Instruction in 
this city, ne will deliver a course oT Lectures on Anat- 
omy , Physiology. Pathology, and the important sub 
Joels of Auimal Chemistry^ and the Physiology and 
Pathology of the N err owe ftystem during his present 
visit. 

All invalids arec rdially invited to a consultation, 
for which no charge will be made. 
lUT^Office at Louisville Hotel. J 30dtf 

Law II FOR SAI Fr 

fp HE undersigned offers for sale 150 acres ot the 

J. best land in Perry count)', Indiana II lip»- 15 
miles north of Trov, and 6 east of FerdinaiKL 7h«re 
are 15 acres cleared, 10 fenced and iaISiltivatiou. Ihe 



tract ad loins the village of Bridgeport, on tiie bank of 
( Anderson. There is a store-house upon the lsnd 
within the said village. * 

A’fcply tothe suhecrlbor. j. D. TAYI/JR, 

Je23 d law5* Bridgep ort, Ind, 

DR. ROBINSON’S SPECIFIC. 

A CBKTAIN AND SAFE CURE POK ALI, 

BOWEL COMPLAINTS, 

SUCH AS 

Summer Complaint, Diarrhoea, Dysentery ,Blcodjr 
Flux aud Cholera Morbus. 

( pHIS Medicine iscomposed entirely of vegetables* 
J- is pleasant to the taste, and has performed some 
of tho most wonderful cures on record. Two doses 
have been known to cure the most violent cases of 
chronic Diarrhoea. 

GEO. RICHARDS & CO., 
Proprietors. 

No. 1, College Hall, Walnut st., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
For sale by the following Druggists in Louisville: — 
Raymond & Patten, Fourth st., Bell 1 Tglbci A Co., 
No. 450 Marketst.,T, A. Hurley, corner Seventh aud 
Green sts., W. DeHart, corner First and Jfifleison sis. 
mavl3 d3mis 

JOHN M'CALN. 
LOCKSMITH. PORTLAND, Kl r . 

G UAGE and Steam Cocks and Beer Pumps uiado 
to order. General jobbing done. my3I dtf 



T HF Board of Directors of the Lexiuglon and Big 
Sandy R ulroad Company, at their last meeting, 
passed an order that a vote be taken in city of Louis- 
vlllo, on the 22d day of August, 1855, as to the policy 
of thut city subscribing two hundred thousand dollars 
to the capital stock of said Company. A vote will be 
taken in said city f««r the purpose of designated In 
that order, on tbeday named. 

JyQ d4awtd  CAP PERSON, President. 



OALT — 

O 50 bags Gro Alum Salt; 

25 do li. Blower do; 
ln store and for sale by 

jyg D. S. BENEDICT ARON. 

Highly Important to the Public. 

I N consequence of the liberal patronage which he bus 
received, and the constant demand for his Im 
proved Spectacles. Mr. Solomons has determined to 
remain in Louisville a short lime longer. As his previ- 
ous-engagements allow him buta sh  tUme to remain 
to avoid disappointment, he would advise those per- 
sons who wish to procure his Improved Glasses to make 
an early call. 



S ALAD Oil.— A superior quality of Olive Oil for 
table purposes for gale at 

Jy28 



LANHAM A CO.’S, 
83 Third nreet, east sido,uoar Poatofflce. 



a 



skin Silk flats, an elegant an 1 durable article, at 
the ostab labed low price of $4— one dollar less 
than the same article can bo bought :or at any other 
housa in Lou sville. 

 115 J. B. WOOD, Mark el street. 



■  



BACON ! S 



killed — A. L. Keweu, of Lopez Cuba expedition 
memory; R, S T. Merriman, Lieutenant; F. Au- 
aeraon, also a Lieutenant; also, Dr. Jones and a 
Dr. W. H. Davis, who had resided here three or 
four years, and last year joined the Revolutionary 
party. A. L. Kewen was second coinmauder in 
the party, and a handsome sword and gold watch 
were ttken as a prize by the government soldiers. 

D*The yellow fever ifl prevailing at Portsmouth 
Va., and several fatal cases have occurred. 



continue to do so until thd 1st of September, 
who want good Goods cheap will find it 



A O. RUNYAN. 



est to call oq 

Jyg* 

’PIIII finest quality of Cloths, Doeskins, Fancy 
X Cassimeres and Vestings of every style, whiob 
will be trade upon short notice, iu the" most elegant 
sty lo,at the lowest figures possible for casn. t hose 
who have tho cash will find it will pay to supply them- 
selves with clothing now. Call oh 
L -’i A. O. RUNYAN. 






J. A. I’SERT, 



BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER, 

No. 4B1, South Side of Jefferson, 

secoso DO0R BELOW third $t,, 

LOUISVILLE, KY. 

S.B. All oriiort for work,tnonding, 4rc., promptly 
tended lo. and work warranted '  at. in 13 3mU 




NORTHWEST CORNER OF B1ITB AND W.I.NCT BTREETt, 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

PKKEAKE FOIL SPHIND BUSINESS. 

rp HE only school where a practical knowledge of 
X Book-keeping can be obtained— the instructors 
being practical accountants. 

Persons desirous of becoming thorough and accom- 
plished Accountants will And it greatly to their ad- 
vantage to call on tho undersigned, before engaging 
elsewhere, an he is prepared to demonstrate fully, that 
his accommodations for students: the comprehen- 
siveness of tho course of instructions; ai.d facilities 
for procaring rituaflous for those desirous of obtain- 
ing them, are unsurpassed by any similar institution 
in the United States. 

In addition to the regular course of instruction, 
which will consist of 

DOUBLE K NT R V KOOK*KEEP1NG f 

Embracing every department of Trade end Mercan- 
tile Accounts, viz: Wholesale, Retail, Commission, 

Exchange. Banking, Manufacturing, Shipping, Bteam- 

boating. Railroad and Joint .Stock Company Business, 
Individual Partnership and Compound Company 
Business, Penman ihip, O  mn ercialCalculatlon,&c., 
there will be 

\ SERIES OF LECTURE* 

On topics of groat importance in a commercial point 
of view, delivered by Hon. Bellamy Storer, E. 1). 
Mansfield, Esq., Rev.  amucl W. PUher, and other 
eminent Lecturers and Business men — these lectures 
being a 

A NGW & IMPORTANT FEATURE, 

Not introduced in any of tho other 

MERCANTILE COLLEGES. 
Notwithstanding the great expense attendant upon 
securingthe services of able lecturers and assistants, 
the 

TERMS FOR TUITIOM 

Will remain as heretofore, vu; 

For afull course of Instructional!) Double Entry Book- 
keeping, Writing^ Commercial Calculations, I ec- 
tures, Ac $4u 0 » 



REMOVAL. 

I HAVE moved my Millinery Store rrorn the old 
stand. No. 4*3, to No 4*9 -Market street, south 
side, 2d door from the corner of Third. All who 
wish Millinery Goods st low prices, will please to 
give me a cal! at my newstoro. 
j) 26 dim MRS. C. SBLLBGBR. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 1IAT 
AnD DRV GOODS MORE 

W E invito the attention of Uie public to ourexton- 
sivo and well   ssorted stock of Hula, Caps aud 
genoral Dry Goods, which we are .elllngat unprece- 
dented low prices, ('an a*»d examine a ur stock be- 
fore purchasing elsew here. 

A. WELL1SBT A SATTAKASA, 
north side of Jefferson street, 2d door west of 
Jy28 dtf Hancock. 

Louisville Tea and Fancy orocery 
More. 

J. T. LANHAM. BOBT. SADLER. 

LANHAM A CO., 

Jyne 83 THIRD STREET. 

Latge Arrival of New Goods. 

J UnT r calved and now opeumg at 471 Main street, 
Rich Moire Antiques, various styles; 

Cainb ic Edgings und lii8*rungs; 

Swiss do do; 

Do Bands, a beautiful assortment; 

Do Muslins; 

Plain colored De Lalues; 

Do do Bareges; 

D-  do (ha. lies; 

French Cambric Habit Sleeves; 

Misses’ Cambric Collars and Sleeves; 
Valenciennes Laces; 

Lace Bands; 

Dotted Swiss Muslims; 

Embroidered Skirts; 

Bridal Veils; 

Bishop Lawns, dtc., Ac. 

Jy2 J MARK A DOWNS. 

77 P- M- JONES, 77 

MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE AND RE- 
TAIL DEALER IN 

STOVES, GRATES, COPPER.TIN 

— AND — 

SHEET IRON WARE, CASTINGS, 
&C,  feC. 

No. 77 Fourili *t., East Side, between 
Main and Market, 

LOUISVILLE, KY. 

THE PATENT PRUT LAN. 

H AVING" procured machinery expressly fer the 
manufacture of these Cans, I r.m prepared to 
furnish them in any quantity, wholesale or retail, at 
the very lowest prices. 1 also furnish the common 
Fruit Can at lower prices than they can be had else 
where, being the only regular manufacturer ln the 
city engaged in the manufacture of tne Patent Can. 
Those in want may rely upon getting a^perfectartlcle. 

jy25 77 Fourth atr.tet, bet. M ain and Market. 

rjEAETH AND COMPORT — 

Li. Wardrobo Shower Baths; 

Plunge Baths, al) sizes; 

Hip do do; v 

Sponge or Hot do do; 

Manufactured and for sale by J)25 P.*J. JONES. 

pKPRIGERATORS AND ICE CHESTS mauufac 
It tured and for ft* *ery reduced prices by 
jy25 P. M. JQffBflh 

W r ATKR COOLB1D-L— A variety of stylos and sizes 
in store a*d for 49)4 cheap by 
jy25 P. M. JONES 



Writing (enly  per month... 
“ d&wOmis 



m6 



K 



5 00 
8. RACON. 



O AKUM — 50 bales Extra Oakum for sale by 
J?7 D. 8. BENEDICT dt SON. 



P URE BRAN DIR#*, WINES, Ac.— 

10 Jaulllu Cognac; 

5 X* d° Melody do; 

3 y t pipes J. Hennosav do; 

3 pipes Kuesac, Haine & Co. Cognac, dark; 

3 pipes Geratoo A Co do do; 

20 casks Cogn*-©, various brands; 

30 casks Claret Wine; 

5 casks White do; 

150 cases Claret do; 

20 c*«ks Port do; 

20 casks Madeira do; 

5 casks do do, very fine; 

100 bbls Bou'bon Whisky, 3 years old; 

20 bbls do do, 5 years old; 

10 cases and ^ boxes) Sardines; 

20 baskets Olive Ori; 

30 c.ises Otard A Co. Braudy; 

10 bbls Peach Brandy, old; 

10 bbls Cherry do; 

Together with Ai isotte. Syrups, Cordials, Bitters, 
bottled Liquors, Segars, dtc.; for sale by 

A. Z A NON I, 

JyS5 Fifth ist., between Main aud Water. 

8 THOUSAND of assorted foreign snd domestic Ci- 
gars in store and for sale low, by 



Jy22 



J FISHBR. 



1 /A BBLS. of new Family Flour, for sale either by 
LVJ tho barrel or at retail * 



tho barrel or at retail by 
Jy22 



J. FISHER. 



pEAS- 1 have on nano a supply of— 
l Young Hyson Tea; 

Gunpowder do; 



Imperial 

Oolong 



do; 
do; 

. 1 article, and I guarantee it to 



All of which is a No. 
give satisfaction. 

JAMBS FISHER, Family Grocer, 
Jy22 oorner Green and Fifth streets. 







A NEW DIMON ER V FOR Till*'. EV EH 

OPECTACLES, dtc., ground on the exact principle 
of Sperical Accuracy, by G. SOLOMONS, the cel- 
ebrated Optician, from tho improved Spectacle Manu- 
factory and Lonuon Opt:o*l Establishment, No. Ib5, 
Old Bo » TRKkT, Londoh, established more than a 
century ago. 

G. Solomons, the sole inventor of the Improved 
Spectacles, aud various improved Glasses, is now on a 
 tofe3sional visit to this place, and may be consulted at 
tfs office. No. 74, Fourth street, over Raymond A- rat- 
lens medicine depot. Louisville, K  . 

He has bad tbe hoiwr aiionetng the pnnsipn. 
towns of the United Kingdom, where he has experi- 
enced the most flattering encouragement: and having 
been earnestly solicited to make a visit for a short 
time, he has the honor of announcing his arrival from 
Dondon, with a most splendid assortment of kls newly 
iuvonleil and improved Spectacles. Such isthe supe- 
riority ofthese glasses, that persons having in flamed of 
weak eyes, may instantly bo relieved by using them, 
and they possess the property of proserving the pro- 
ciouaorgans oi sigh’ to the most advanced period of 
life, while they enable both the old aud the younglo 
pursue the most minute employroentfor any length of 
time both by day aud ©audio light. As severalindi* 
vidualsln the United Suites have proved their efficacy, 
he, with confidence, solicits the . her favors of the 
public, which he will ever be proud to acknowledge, 
assuring those who entrust him with their commands, 
lhat co exertiousshall be wanted on his part to merit 
their approbation. Added lothe advantages possessed 
by him of long practice in the Eye Infirmaries. and un- 
der one of the mosiemiuenlOculists, by which he has 
obtained a thorough knowledge of the diseases of vie? 
ion. he has in his possession documents from indivld!’ 
ualc of rank , conveying the high?sttestiinonialbOfap- 
prob&vion. 

He will give references to persons m the United 
Stales, wh-» have found the greatest benefit and com- 
fort from the use of kis newly invented aud improved 
Spectacles, 

New Ducoverv for Deafness. 

The wound Concentrator Is an extraordinary . power- 
ful, newly invented, small instrument, forthe cure of 
extreme cases of deafness entiiely different in make 
or construction from all others, surpassing everything 
that has been or probably ever can be produced. They 
are not modeled to the cavity oftheyear, und may rest 
within, withoutprojecting. and being tbe same color of 
the skin, are notpcrceptible. The powers of ibis val- 
uable invention aru so great as to restore •'elective 
hearing of long standing to its perfect and natural 
state, and to cuabie deaf persons to join in general 
conversations, to hour most distinctly at a place of 
worship, attbe bar,orany public assembly; the uu- 
pleasautsensatiou of ringing uoisesinlhe ear Gen- 
tirel  removed, and the -’oncentration affords to indl- 
vidualsafflicted with this dreadful malady all tbear- 
sistance that can possibly be desired. 

Louisville, Oct. 22, 1854* 

Mr. Solomons has furnished me with my first pair*' 
glasses. They appear to answav the purpose very v 1 1. 
and occasion no uneasiness to the eyes when usee.— 
The testimony of other medical gentlemen of experi- 
ence on tho matter is very conclusive and firm ol u.i fe 
articles. JOB. K. FLINT, 

Professor of Glasses, Kentucky School of Medicine. 

1 have made atrial for a short tl rue of Mr. Solomoce 

lasses, and am much pleaded with them. They }er- 

er vision very distinct, and appear to fatigue tho eye 
lessthanthe glaseos 1 have heretofore used. ThosftSn 
need of artificial aid ln this respect will do well lo ct A 
on him. P. MILLER, 

Professor Obsteries, University of Louisville. 

I have this morningexainined Mr. Solomons’ glue 
ee, and having for tho last two years niado diseases of 
the eyes my study, 1 have no hesitancy in saying to 
those whoneed glasses, tbatthey will flndtbem a supe- 
riorarticle, well adapted to all ages. Given under my 

* ‘ L. YATES, M.D.. 

Oculist, Louisvillo. Ky. 

ILouisvili.b, Ky.yOet. 23, 1854. 

lhave examined Mr. Solomonss’ glares, and al 
though f have been using spectacles for the last six 
; ears, I tad ike ?n superior to any I have used so far. 
Given under my band this 23d day of Oct., 1654. 

T. P. bLATTKKLY, M. D. 

St. Louis. Nov. 14,1863. 

Itglves me great pleasure to bear testimony to tho 
value of Mr-Solomons’glassos. 1 have been under 
the necessity of using glasses in reading, especially at 
night; and 1 find them far belter adapted to my diffi- 
culty than any I have tried . 

CHAS. W. STEVENS, M. D. 
Professor of Anatomy in tbe St, Louis University, 

Pittsbjro, June 8, 1853. 

I am using a pair or Mr. Solomons’ glasses, and find 
them very comfortable. I cheerfully add ray name to 
the numberof those who recommend them . 

JOSEPH P. GAZZA.M, M. D. 

New York, June 4, 1850. 

Having made atrial of *«r. Solomous’ Spectacles, 
and examined the principle on which they are con- 
structed, 1 have uo hesitation in pronouncing them su 
pe-- to any with which 1 am acquainted . and accord- 
ing v can mostebeerfully recommend them to all who 
need artificialaid in Improving their vision . 

Cr AS. A LEE, M . D., 

Professor ofPathology and Materia Medica, Genova, 
Buffalo and Bewdoin College. o27 dew6m]m* 

4 IEm ri hi ri; 

IN THE CLOTHING BUSINESS! 

Especial Notice to Purchasers of Heady 
Made Clothiug. 

O N and after March nrst, 1855, I hereby give notice 
that, at my establishment, the Mammoth Cloth- 
ing Depot, corner of Market and Pourth sts., Louis- 
ville, Ky., every article or garment will be sold at 
eue uniform price, with abatement under any cir- 
cumstances, unless to wholesale customer*, when a 
deduction of 5 per cent, will be made. Believing 
lhat the time calls for uch a course, and fully know. 
Ing that exorbitant prices have and will be asked iu 
the Clothing trade, 1 have been induced to cut down 
my usual small profits t y substituting a fixed prii e, 
reserving but a small profl. on my goods. Anticipa- 
te g from a generous public lhat same palrcn.tge hith- 
erto received, l cordially ask a continuance, promis- 
ing faithfully to carry out tbe derigb in every particu- 
lar. That those unucqualuled with the value of goods 
may be treated on the same footing as those fully 
posted up in their value, every garment will have its 
price marked on it, and there will positively beuo 
deviation II will be the duty of tbe salesman to 
show the price to oach customer' as thus marked, and 
to do his be-t by kindness and attention to please him; 
but again, positively uoduviatiou from price. 

An examination of my lock will com ince skeptics 
of the honesty of iuy intentions. It w ill be a source 
of pleasure to me iu my avocations and lubor of busi- 
ness, and much morose to my patrons, who will at 
once see the necessity of such an establishment. 

My stock for the ensuing seasons is one of the 
largest and finest, suitable for the youth, the young 
man and the man of age— together with every article 
found ln a furnishing establishment. 

I would here remark that I make to ordor every 
garment necessary for boy’s And and children’s use, 
having ouhaud a choice selection of piece goods, on 
the same small profit system undone strict uniform 
price. W. SAMUELS, 

Mammoth Clothing Depot, 
Cor. Market end Fourth st*., Louis vtlle, Ky. 
ml WAS tf 



hand this 23d Oct., 1854. 



I RISH Poutees-A choice lot of Potatoci 
direct from Canada, rorelved aad for sale by 
J*2 BYRaH. PITK1JI 410, 



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CO-PART 

CO.PAKTMOKSHJP. 

I HAVE this duy associated with me iu business 
. John Snyd ir, and wi*l continue the on«\ues»j ui *» 
the name uud style or Dl' KINSO'l A SNYDEK. 

Thanking all who have favored me with thei'- , 

ron»K ,; i 1 would respoctrull ari: a continuanceol h 

same to the new flrru. 

JOHi A. DICKLNSOS 

NOTICE. 

I HA V R this day sold out my entiro 6tock and at. i 
No. 79 Fourth Street, to M Dickinson & So; 

der. In retiring from the Upholstering burino- - 
return my sincere than! a to my friends or the % 
libera! patronage heretofore extended to me, 
would ask for my successors a continuance o! 
rurne. Thoie persona Indebted to sne will obl*g  
very much by cnllingatthe old stored and pay in* t 
bill9, as I wish to settle up my busings. 

Very respectfully H. W. WALTON. 

NOTICE. 

H A VING purchased the entire stock and inter,:! 

o'  lr. H. W. Walton, in ihe Upholstery 
House Furnishing business, wo will in future occuj 
bis s and, No. 79 Fourth .street, betw een Main ;.i 
Market, east side, aud will continue the l usines. 
all its various branches, aud hopo by strict attenii-- 
to business, punctuality, and a thorough acquaint;* . 
with the buduess to merit a liberal portion of poM* 
patronage. '1 sruii moderate, and all work warrai ' 
as represented. DlOlLlNSOll A Sfll l)ii 

■July 17»loS5.— Jyie 

Dissolution. 

rpHB copartnership existing heretofore undo tb 
L stylo and firm of J. 4 V . IRVINE A CO. iu . 
Lumber bustness, wasdissolved by mutual consei t 
the first day or January, 1855. 

All those indebted to the late Arm are requested : 
come forward aud m ike payment, ana those bttvir 
cla.ms ugttiusl the firm will please present the 
settlement. Win. Irvioe retires from the concur 
Either one of the Arm is authorised to use the nan 
• ithe Arm in settling accounts. 

JOHN IRVINE, 
WM. IK VINK, 
HUGH IRVINE. 

rilHH business of the late firm will bo hereafter con 
-L ducteu by tuo uudereiguek, under the style of . 
dt H. IRVINE, who will eudeavor to merit a share 
public patronage . JOHN IRVINE. 

Louisville, Peb. 16, 1855. HUGH IRVIN. 

P. S. The business will be continued at the ol 
stand, ou Washington street, between Hancock a.; 
Clay. t\8V 



MEDICAL. 

DH. LEWIS’ 



Dissoi.r 4 ion. 



rp HE copartnership heretofore existing in this fit 
J. betweenJ.R. Montgomery , B. R. (hark and K. W 
Montgomery, tfuder the style of J. K. Montgomery 
Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent. li 
Clark having purchased the entire establishment, It 
assumed all liaMi'.vies, and is alone u-uihor.xe4.kp 
the name of -he firm In liquidation of businesss irai, 
aetod since the first day of Januarv, 1*54. 

J. K. M  N TGOMBKY. 

BASIL K. CbAKK. 

S. vV. MONTGOMKR . 

Lopisvillk, Ky., July 1, 1M5. 

. I* r nf.w mi d. 

B li. CLARK, having purchased the interest of b 
• late partners in the firm of J K. Montgomery 
Co., as above, aud associated with bimsoll Mr.T. 1 
Honk ins, the new Hr hi will continue tire Whole sab 
Drag business at the old stand, (509 Main, betv. c! 
Third ami Fourth streets,) under the sty le of lb . 
Cturk di Co. A continuance of the patronage so li 
erally extended |o the former firm ij solicited. 

B. K CLARK, 

V. H. IlU.SKl.iS. 
LouisVi 1. 1, a, Juiy 1, 1855.— Jyi dtf 



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iOIHSRS’ FRIEND. 

i k IS compound IhavOi fovedOy u prtcliCfOf .no 
X than twelve ye^r-, and it has ever proved elLc 
rious in the cure of diseases lor wijica it is recon: 
mended, where there was any hope. 

! ’ M. L. LEWIS, 

Market st., botwocre Second and Third. 

Jefferson Co.. Ky., March, 1S55. 

D* Lewis— I take great pleasure in informing you 
th^tl consider your Mother's Friend one of tho very 
best compounds now offered to the public, and espe- 
cially to afflicted fouiales. For my wife it has worked 
wonders alter a long and tedious trial of three yoare 
ith other medicines. After she bad become much 
debilitated aud almost helpless, trooi tho long con- 
tinued iisj of useless drugs, she resorted to your Mo- 
ther's Friend in connection with other prescriptions 
which you recommended. These she continued for a 
short length of time, when she recovered, and now 
. njoys’.he blessing of good health. One of my neigh 
hors who was afllicled in a manner similar l   thai of 
my wile, took the sumo article and it produced a most 
wonderful and speedy cure. It should be ound iu 
every family. SAM. B. WOMACK. 

New Albany, 1854. 

Dr. Lewis — i havo used and thoroughly tried your 
Mothers' Friend, and find it to be one of the best cun- 
pounds for femuie weaknesses now extant; and fur 
ther say that it inay well be styled the Mothers’ Friend, 
for after all specifics have failed, it has performed 
cures that appeared almost incredible 

JOS. CADWALADEH. 

Lodisville, Ky., 1854. 
Dr. Lewis— D ear Sir: l cannot withhold my test 1 , 
mony as to the value of your Mothers’ Friend. Jt 
has been used freely in my family in distressing com - 
‘ j plaints, aud always with the bestefiects. ltisdeci 
iediy the most valuable medicine for female com- 
plaints generally, 1 have ever known. 

WM. C.TAYLOH. 

Worthington, Ind., Jb54. 
Dr. Lewis— I havo sold for the last two years you. 
female medicine called tho Mother’s Friend, and 
i never sold an article that gave better or more general 
satisfaction. R» K. ANDREWS. 

Salem, Ind., 1854. 

Dear Frirmd— T hy letter has been received, and ;i 
is with pleasure that 1 certify to tuee and the world 
that thy preparation called the M other’s Friend siai «■ * 
without a rival in medical practice. 1 have used u, 
And its effects surpass any preparation of that rde l 1 
ever saw, mi those distressing aud weakening diseases 
to which the sex is liable. It quiets tho uervousa-i- 
tation, and restores the natural secretions. Therefore 
l can safely recommend it to U e special attention c 
my female friends every where, believing they wi 
.ind u a friend indeed. 

DR. J. TKUKBLOOD. 

Hodoinsville, July, 1854. 
Dr. Lewis— 1 have been using your Mothers’ Friend 
in my practice, and it acts promptly as directed an 
for the uses for which ills recommended. Ulc of my 
patients had been afllicled iu a manner to be unablo 
to ride on horseback lor four years, but alter taku- r 
me Dottle of your Mothers’ Friend, she rode six unlic 
»ml back tho same day. Yours, 

DR. EDWARD SMITH. 

Charleston, Ind., 1K 4. 

Dr. Lewis— l havo used two bottles of your medi- 
cine called the Mother’s Friend in my lamily. and feel 
disposed to recommend it as the best medicine in U.e 
limits of my knowledge for weakly females, and o 
peci&lly for those who are aliiicted at what is te. in 1 
the change of lire. 

Jill) dly DR. B W. JAMES. 

A R rmtiAL tl i; t ii 1 1 

DOCTORS DUNCAN CAMERON, 

X/«»ntiata, 

Jft. 156 West Sixth st ., between Race and Elm its , 

Cincinnati* Oiiio. 

r HIS Office nuder tho management of Its present 
propritors, has been increasing iu reputation for 
superior operations in the Artificial Department ot 
Dentistry lor the lastten years, and no expense or n - 
fort shall be wanting to give satisfaction to all who 
my favor it with thesr patronage. 

The proprietors would call attention to the following 
essential points perta ning to Artificial Teeth, viz. -- 
oeauly aud naturalness of appearance, quality an 
'Ironglk of the m^Uiriais, comfort to tho wearer, ;t' 
usefulness in restoring the natural appearance of i 
pe« ch,and ability to masticate; in all of which th y 
:tb warranted in say ing they are exceeded by none, 
qd eniwuled by few. 

TEETH 

Inserted from one to a full set, with Artificial Gu;»-. 
Full aud Half Sets invariably inserted by suction. 

1 ERMS: 

Considering the superior character of the wort and 
tho guarantee given, they are the most reasonable in 
•he West- 

T wo Xectli or more on Lold Plato, 
l»EK TOOTH. 

1'wo Tcctli or more on Silver Plate, 
32 Pfi lt TOOTH. 

The money refunded if the Teeth do not prove sat- 



BULLOCK & NOBLE. 

Loulsville.Ky. 

REFRIGERATORS!! 

ICE CHESTN, 
WATE? COOLERS!!! 

E. W M A( r DOX A LD, 

BUIiUTT STHEBT, LOUISTILT; H, K l', 

MACDONALD’S 

Galvanized Iron Refrigerator, 

With all tho modem improvements— acknowledge . 
as a Family RoCrigerator, lobe unequaled, and to l e 

Tbo bast and Cheapest article, at.-d t.ae 
most conve ;icnt, 

HOR COOLING AND PRESERVING MEATS, MILK, 
FRUITS, WINES, &C., , 

having received commeudations of the most distin - 
guished scientific men, and 

The First Premium at every fair 
where it has boon exhibited— is forsaio wlr ’.i-sale a* 1 

retail. 

This Refrigerator is no Experiment) 

as hundreds will testify. 

O* Circulars giving full description, with nant s 
of m&uy gentlemen of the most distiuguisbod «cie - 
tlflc reputation, and well known citizens of all j. '■* 
of that. United States, corroborating all we have sal 1, 
will be ■ant to any address on application . 

Price of this article in package *30. Only   • 
size made. Orders stating that tne price will be re- 
mitted on receipt of bill of lading will bo prom pi ’y. 
attended to E. W. MACDONALD. 

al8 .awt; 

NEW YORK MOULDING MILL 

— AND— 

Cincinnati Wash-Board Factory 

•S. II. HOLMES, 

Manufacturer of 

Pump Tubeing, Curbs, 

AND 

CASING, WATER CONDUCTORS, 

ZING WAttH-KC tuns AND U GOD 

MOULDINGS 

Those persons selling 

Chain Pump or Fixtures.-, 

Gan be furnished with Pine or Poplar 1 £ and l \ 
Tubeing, fall or scant, to suit different *ized Butto: 
turned or unturned. Also, Pump Tube Casing a d 
Pump Curbs of superior workmanship, by tho doa- n 
or hundred. Nothing need bo said ls to tho quality 
of this Pump; it has no rival. Pipe Conductors for 
Water, from Springs, Pastures, Milk or Dwelling 
Houses, Vats, Distilleries, Breweries, ic. The Pipes 
are chemically fortified against rot, acids, or weather. 
WOOD MOULDINGS. 

Three undred patterns of Mouldings can bo seen 
at this establishment from % to 9 inches wide, a id 
will bo shipped to any point. A valuable, still cheap 
book, containing numerous styles and patterns of 
Mouldings, can be had of the subscriber; 
Gincinnaci Zinc Washboard Manu- 
factory* 

Those wishing to stock themselves with this article, 
will find itto their interest to order those boards as 
made by Holmes’ Paie-uted Porcussive Machinery — 
boards so made having drawn the only Dlplo -a 
awarded by the Cincinnati Mechanics’ Institute. 

J. B. HOLMES, 

N.S. Seventh street, between 
m2? dtf Sycamore and Broadway. 

CHARIiES P. RAUCHFU6S, 

IMPORTER OF 

EMBROIDERIES, 

AND 

LACE GOODS , 

WHOLEK.il *•; AND retail, 
no. 90 K Four! i bet. market and 

Jefferson, Louis: ille, Ky. 

1 WISH to inform til.* ladles or Louisville, that I 
bavajust opened i . new store with fresh anfa new 
goods, to which I in» iv* their especial attention, con- 
sisting of Rich Lace and Embroideries. Alco, M n- 
tillas. Chemisettes, Slo«v« s, Batids, Collars, -Vc , &«•., 
which I am selling very w. My stock is the mo*t 
complete In the ci - y. 4* r chants buying Dry Goods 
in this market, wi l A well to . xamino my stock be- 
fore purchasing els" «• a »re. Jel3dly 

S ugars 

100 tfbUSt 
60 do 
70 do 

Just received an«. 

Jj7. 

]5ATN t 71 : 1. 

1 §npp’., of '4ar 

other stylos w 



Radical Cure Truss. 

VI' A RSH’S new patent lsthe only Truss that will of- 
i* L feet a radical cure 

References: Professors Valentine Mott, Willard 
!*; rker and J . M. C&rnoch&n. of New York, Professors 
I K i) and W. H. Vussey, a id other Surgeons of Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 

j i iia Truss is on an entiro new plan, and has mot the 
decided approval of the entire medical ana surgical 
profession, who hrivo examined it, aud will cure ni e 
ca^os out of ten of all reducible hernia (or ruptnr •) 
wlien properly 4 applied and our directions followed.— 
Children always cured. 

An extensive lbl of names of persons cured by this 
, Truss may be seen at ‘.his office. 

Owing to the requestor many porsons reside- g in 
i Cincinnati and vicinity, we havo opened an office in 
. ‘.his plu«- ifor the application of th s Trass, and the 
1 manufacture and applioation of lustra me ni** for Cur- 
- vnlbre of the Spine, Bow Legs, Club Foet,aud all 
| other physical deformities. Elastic Stockings, Knee- 
* aj .«, oec., for the cure of Varicose Veins. Also an 
Improved style of Suspensory Bandage for Varicocele, 

I Hydrocele, &c. 

SHOULDER BRACES. 

' A new style, superior to all others for expanding the 
chest and preserving symmetry of form, constructed 
| so as to prevent the cutting under the arm, so mu h 
, complained of in allotaer Braces. They are adapt- d 
to tit men, women and children, are light, perfectly 
elastic, and beautifully fulfil the object deslgnod. 

ABDOMINAL SUPPORTER 4 -, 

Which are worn with much comfort, having no sic - 1 
springs, vet are perfectly elastic, with shape andpn s- 
sure graduated to suit the case where required. Also 
a general assortment of all other kinds of Trusses 
and Supporters ou hand or made to order. 

MARSH, CORLISS  & CO., 

No. 5 Wost Fourth at., 2 doors from Main, 
my29 dgm Cincinnati. Ohio. 



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NEW ARRANGEMENT. 

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AND 

Quickest Route to Philadelphia. 

1855. Suiumer.lrrADgcntent 1855. 



• 'actnry . 

For tho information of those living at a di - 
mice, we would state that our facilities are such that 
are can make, in the flne*t stylo, a full set of TKKT 
n from 24 to 48 hours, and small pieces In proportioi . 
sothat no detention need be apprehended. 

W. C. DUNCAN, | Dentigt , 

J. G. CAMERON,) 1,emwu ’ 

Vo. 156 Wost Sixth street, between Race and Kim, 
cin d 15 dl y 

, OCCULI8T. 

DK.LAFAVETTE YATES, o 4- the firm of 
Gentry de Yates, Oculists Fraukf* rt, Ky.,is 
now permanently located in Louisville, 
whore ho will give his uudlvided attenti n 
to treating Dineases of the Eyes. Office 4^6 Jefferson 
.'•.root, f'ctween Fourth and Fi:th, second floor, rooms 
formerly occupied by Hr. Powell. 

Office hours from 9 to 12, A. M .. and from 2 to 6 , P. 
1. 

XSTIMONIALS or ABILtTY WHICH CAN HOT BE DOUBTED 
Wo, the undersigned, citizens of Frankfort, Kv., 
wore, on the 25tli of October last, called upon by Dr. 
Goi fry to oxamine four | atients who were afflictoJ 
with sore eyes of the most violent character, and whe 
were about to be placed under his treatment for their 
recovery. We did so examine them, and found them 
fliicted in the most deplorable manner. Their oyes 
were dim and shadowy in their appearance, and th- y 
36ihed to suffer the most intense and excruciatm-r 
pain, the disease having existed with some of them : a 
ar back as four years, preventing them from attending 
to any business during that period. We have been 
authorized by these patients to certify that in the in- 
credible short time or oue woek they are all well; ai. -i 
we cannot certify! n language too strong and forcible 
the gratitude they feel for the immeuse benefitthey 
have derived from the scientific manner in which Dr. 
Gentry has treated their diseases. We therefore re- 
commend him to all afflicted in like manner. 

L. W. POWELL, Governor. 

R. C. ^ INTERSMITH, Treasurer. 
THOS. L PAGE, Auditor. 

J. SWIGBKT, Clerk C. A. 

November 25, 1852. 

We have also the certificates, equally expressive f 
r ability as the above, of tho following gentlemen: 
J P. Metcalfe, Secretary of the suite of Kentucky; 
Judges Hise, Marshall, Simpson, Crenshaw; togeth r 
with many respectable citizens 'oth of Kentucky ar-d 
Missouri. 

N.B.— Having formed a partnership with Dr. I . 
Yates, who is a regular graduate of the Jefferson Meal- 
ed College of Philadelphia, I take great pleasure 
recommending him to tho community as being in eve. y 
r -peel as capable of treating diseases of the eyes 
ir ; self. J. B. GENTRY. 

November 25, 1852. 

Dr. Gentry will remain in Frankfort until the bu l» 
Mw the nri’ —Jf3Q 

T S. RINGOLD, 

CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST , 

87 Third Street. 

I TAVING returned to Louisville and purchased the 

* * store formerly occupied by G. K. Miller, I will 
rive my personal and undivided attention to tho Dn » 
and Prescription business in all its branches. PhyPi 
clt.ns may depend on having their Proscriptions com- 
pounded with accuracy, neatnoss, and dispatch, at all 
i ir:*,asl will give them my particular attention. 
1 . mily Medicines of the best quality, will be put n 
ir he most careful and expeditious manner. 

I will also keopou hand, an ologant and well select- 
ed slock ot Perfumery. Soaps, Tooth, Nall and lialr 
Brushes, Dressing Combs, and other Fancy Goods, 
which will be sold at fair prihes. 

1 hope that all my old friends will give mo a call, 
and •■new the patronage formerly so liberally boetow- 
ed. Having ton years’ experience in the business, I 
t hope to merit, by strict attention, a share of tho p 
iu attention. R. 8. RINGGOLD, 

mil Druggist aud Apothecary 8? Third st. 



Little Miami Railroad 

VIA GOLUMBUS. 

Four Dally Eastern Trains* at 6 A. 

NI.,0A. *I., JO A. II., and G JP*i?I. 

The Quickest, Shortest aud most Direct Route, both 
to and from Cincinnatiand the East. 

Laid with livuvy T Iron. 

Wheeling puspongers dlr.o at Zanesville. Pittsburg 
passengers dine at Crestline. Dunkirk and Buffalo 
passengers dine at Cleveland. 

Each and overy train b' - the Little Miami route run? 
into the repot of the Lake fhoro Road nt Cleveland. 

“The road * by this route are in very fine order, ’’laid 
with heavy T iron, “remarkably smooth and compar- 
atively free from dust.'’ Being tho shortest and mo t 
oirect route from Cincinnati to the East, the time D 
so orrai r°d that it is made with ease. Connections 
arc certain and passengers hsve full time for meals 

All who take this route East will be sure to return 
by it, as this route makes the quicker t time both to 
and 'rom Cincinnatiand all the Eastern cities. 

Lightning Express leaves Cincinnati at tix A. M. 
for th • hast; arrives at Cleveland in advance of any 
other route. 

Lightning Express arrives at Cincinnati at 2:45 P. 
M. from the hast. 

Leaves   lovelaod fTteen minutes later, and arrives 
at Cincinnati fitteen minutes earlier than any other 
route. 

CINCINNATI TO CLEVELAND in 8* hours. 

CLEVELAND TO CINCINNATI in 8* hours. 

TIME VIA LITTLE MIAMI ROUTE. 

From i'iuciiiuati to 
COLUMBUS in hours; 

CLEVELAND iu 8 4 hours; 

DUNKIRK in 14 a' hours; 

BUFFALO in 16 hours; 

ALBAN Y iu 26 hours; 

NEW YORK iu :h)V hours; 

BOSTON in 35 hours; 

CRESTLINE in 6 hours; 

PITTSBURGH inl4hours; 

PHILADELPHIA in 30k hours; 

WHEELING In 10 hours; 

BALTIMORE in 26J,' hours; 

WASHINGTON in 29 hours; 

STEUBENVILLE 12 hours. 

Baggage checked from Cincinnati to A heeling, 
Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Dunkirk and Buffalo. 

Pa sengers by the 6 o’clock A. M. train, Little Miami 
Railroad, breakfast at Cincinnati, snadine the f Row- 
ing dir, in New York, Philadephia, Baltimore, orWaah- 
lnrton city. 

Tho Little Miami is the Eastorn Depot at Cincinnati. 

FIVJB DAILY TRAINS 

First Train — Cleveland, Pittsburg, Steubenville and 
Wheeling Lightning Express leavesCiucinnati ut6 A. 
M., for Columbus, Cleveland, Dunkirk. Buffalo, Alba- 
ny, New vork and Boston; Crestline, Pittsburg, Balti- 
more. Philadelphia and New York;Zanesville, Wheel 
log, Huliimore, Washington City* Philadelphia and 
v ew York,4*c.; Steubenville; Sandusky and Detroit; 
Xenia Yellow Springs aud S Springfield; Wilmington 
Circleville and Lancaster. 

Passengers by this train for Lake staainershave five 
hours and a half at Cleveland. 

Second drain — Cleveland and Pittsburgh Exprexx, 
lo'tvfn Cincinnati at 9 A .M for Columbus, t luveiand. 
1 1 v. v .1 ■: ist  n. Crestline ana 

Pitt-burgh: Blanclv'ster, Chillicolhe and Hill-boro'. 
AlsoconnectingatCleveland direct with Lake steamers 
Cueeu of the W stand Crescent City, and connecting 
at Buffalo with the early morning trains for New i orU 
Boston, olb ny. Niangra Falls, Montreal, &c. 

Third Train — Wheeling Express, leaves Cincinnati 
at 10 A. M., for Columbus, Zanesville, Wheeling 
Baltimore, Washington City. Philadelphia, and New 
York 

Fourth Train— Accommodation, leaves Cincinnati 
at 4 P. M. for Xenia, Yeilow Springs, and Springfield. 
Cliclevillu aud Lancaster, Blancbester and Chilli 
eolhe: Hillsborough. 

Fifth Train— Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and Wheeling 
Night Express, leaves Cincinnati et 6 P. M ,for Co- 
lumbus, Cleveland, Dunkirk, Buffalo, New York and 
Boston: Crestline; Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and New 
York, Zanesville, Wheeling, Baltimore, Washington 
City, Philadelphia and New York. 

One train on Sunday at 2.30 o’clock P. M., for Co- 
lumbus. 

I rains run by Columbus time — 7 minutes faster than 

Cincinnati. 

THROUGH TICKETS 

And all information e in be obtained at the now offices, 
No. 2 Burnet House Buildi. g, VV. L O’BRIEN. Tic- 
ket Age.it. No. 177, front office, Gibson House Build- 
ing, ALL X\ HA VI • LTON, Ticket Agent; or at tho old 
office, south east corner Broadway and Front-street, 
opposite Spencer House, or at the Eastern (Little 
Mi Mill) Denot, East Front-street 

Office hours from 4 1-2 a. m., until 9 1-2 f. n. 

P. W. STRADER, General Agent. 

THE OMNIBUS LINK 

Calls for passengers at all the principal Hotels for 
euch and every train. By leaving directions at either 
of the above off) cos, will rail for passengers in all 
partsof the city, without fail. Jy 18 dtf 

1855. Summer Arrangement. 1855. 



Richmond, 



TO 

Zanesville, Wheeling, Huliimore. 
W a.lilnKton City, Philadelphia - 
and New York. 

ALSO TO 

Petersburg. Norfolk, Wil- 
mington, &c., by 

Baltimore & Cliio, Central Ohio, 
AND LITTLE MIAMI RAILROADS. 
VIA 

COLUMBUS AND WHEELING. 

Three Daily Trains; 
At6A.HI., 10.20 A. J»l. and G P. M. 

To ZANESVILLE, in Hours. 

To WHEELING in 10 Hours. 

To BALTIMORE, in 20« Hours. 

lo PHILADELPHIA, in 30 V houi*. 

To WASHINGTON in 20 Hours. 
Connecting at Baltimore with Trains Philadelphia. 
Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad, to Philadelphia 
Connecting with Trains New Jersey Railroad, to Ne» 
York via New Brunswick and Amboy 
This is the onlv route which can make the 26,^ hour 
time between Cincinnati and Baltimore; arriving .» , 
hours in advance of any other route. 

This Is the quickest route from Cincinnati to Pbila 
delphia, arriving in advance of a y other route. 

I his is the onlv route which can make the 29 hour 
time or by which Through Tickets can be procured 
between Cincinnatiand Washington City; arrivings 
hours in advance of any other route. 

Leave CHuciunat* 

Kai 



FOR THE EAST ! 

VIA THE 

Je ffersonville aud Otiio A ^Tlsslsspipi 
Railroads* l! . Wail Line Steam- 
ers Jacob Strader and Tele- 
graph No. 3* and tlie 

CINCINNATI, HAMILTON AND D1YT0N 



French China Emporium 

A. JAEGER & CO., 

NO. 119 AND 121 FOURTH STREET, 

botween Market and Jefferson, 
Louisville^ Ky* 

WE have received during the pres- 
ent week anew and beautiful sup- 
ply of French China, a direct im- 

porlaUon fr 'm tho LemogesPottery, 

Franca, such as Dining Setts, Tea and Breakfast Setts, 
Toilet were, Motto Coffees, fancy decorated Vasus, 
Ac., dec., to ail of which we would respectfully invite 
the attention of buyers. 

J 6 A. JAEGER & CO. 

CARRIAGES. 



s Crushed Sugar; 

I/O aT do; 

Powdered do; 

le uy 

NOCK, WU',KS dc CO. 



1 1*1.91 — We have now on hand a full 
la •’ long-triod superior Mill. Also, 
th tht iatets improvements for s&io low 
JOHNSTON di SON. 



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THE subscriber cantemplatws remov- 
ing his extensive establi-hment to Lou- 
isville at an early day, preparatory to 
’which he has forwarded pan of l is 
stock of Buggies, Hockaways. die., to which ho invites 
tne attention of purchasers. Ho has taken warojoorn 
No. 27 'I bird street, for the pre-ent, and shnli continue 
to forward wdekly every descriptionof Vehicles Tho 
extensive patronage bo has heretofore received from 
LouiartUe and below, offer sufficient inducement to !•»- 
cafe there permanently; and he assures all pers e,* 
wanting Carriages that his present stock is, in materhii 
aud workmanship, equal to any he has ever made, nhd 
of the same character by the manufacture of which ho 
has acquired hG present reputation as a Couchmakcr. 

JOHN SOUTH. 

Allegheny City, Je 22 ddtw 3m. ; 

Abbott’s I. lie or Napoleon. 

i HE History of Napoleon Bone parte— by John S 
i C. Abbott, A fow copies of this magnifleen 
work, Just received and for sale by 

WKBB.G1LLA LEVERING, 

Je21 No. 521 Main -tree'. 



KAILUOAD. 

Expeditious Route 

TOSKW V 'JRK. BOSTON AND PHILADELPHU 

VIA DAVTON AND CLVDiS TO OLKVEI.AND 
DIRECT; Making the same connections as 
are made by any *»ther Lines out of Cin- 
cinnati. 

No othor l no from Cincinnati makes quicker time 
or more cert -in eonnoctions to th*» East, and none s^ 
qui' k from the East by one and three-quarter hours! 

I he time on h * Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton 
Road, is quicker than is made on any oth*r railroad 
in Ohio. For three-four tbs of the distance this road 
is nearly level and straight, and it is so substantially 
built that it can bo run at high speed with greater safe- 
ty than other roads. 

The First I' rain leaving Cincinnati after the arrival 
of the LouiavilleMorning Carats on the Cincinnati, 
Hamilton and Dayton Road. The Pepots are about 
onehundrod yards a art, and baggage can be trans- 
ferred from one road to tho other, avoiding the un- 
necessary trouble of hauling i' two miles through the 
ci y. Passengers, it they prefer it. can go to a hotel 
for dinner, un i on their return to th3 Depot, procure 
ticket- and chock their baggage through. 

Pittsburgh urssengersare not detained half an hour 
at « restline, having ample time for dinner, without 
uec s*ary delay. 

AS FEW CHANGES OF PASSENGER CARS AS 
BY ANY OTHER ROUTE. 

TTP BAGGAGE CH ECKED THROUGH TO DUN- 
KIRK. BUFFALO AND PITTSBURGH. 

Passengers by the 6 o’clock, A M. Train, Cincin- 
nati. Hamilton & Day’ on Railroad, breakfast at Cin- 
cinnati and dine the following day in New York, Phil- 
adelphia, Baltimore and Washington. 

From Cincinnati to 

New York in 30‘i hours; 

To Philadelphia in 31* hours; 

To Albany in 26 hours; 

To Boston in 35 hours: 

To Buffalo in 16 hours; 

To Dunkirk in 14}£ hours; 

To Pittsburgh In 14 hours. 

To Baltimore in 2 C h »urs. 

No other Lino from Cincinnati makes quicker time to 

the Eastand none so quick from tho East by one 
and a half hours. 

Leaves Cincinnati. 

FIRSTTRAIN — Cleveland, Buffalo and Pittsburgh 
Express, leave Cincinnati at 6 o'clock, A.M. for Duy- 
t *n, Clyde, Cleveland, Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany, New 
York and Boston; also connects at Forest for Crestline, 
Pittslurgh, Philadelphia. Baltimore and New York.ar- 
rives at Cleveland at 2:45 P- M .,G1 VlNG AM PLE TIME 
FOR DINNER, SECURING OF SKATS, dice., making 
close connection with bake Shore R. K. to the Eastern 
Cities, arrives at Pittsburg at 8 P. M., connecting with 
Fust Express Train East. 

SECONDTKAIN;— Cleveland and Pittsburgh Ac- 
commodation Express. ;»t8 o’clock A. M.,for Cleve- 
land, Dunkirk. Buffalo, Albany, New York, Boston, 
Crestline and Pittsburgh; also connects at Sandusky, 
withsteamor Bay City for Detroit, and at Cleveland 
with steamers “Creeee *t City” and “Queen of the 
West.” through without landing. This train stops at 
all wav Stations. 

THI RD TRAIN;— Cleveland Night Express, at 5 
o’clock P. M., for Dayton, Cleveland, Dunkirk, Buf- 
falo, Albanv, New York and Boston. 

Fare from Louisville as low as by any other route 
East. 

Caution • 

The traveling public are cautioned against the false 
statements made in tho advertisements of the Little 
Miami Rail-ond ( ompany. Among the most promi- 
nent of these may be named: that their line is the 
quickest to tho East; that there is less certainty of 
connections by way of Clyde to Cleveland, and that 
there a- el c*§ changes of cars on the Pittsburgh Ex- 
press by oue route than the other. Forbearance ha* 
been exercised for weeks, on the promise that these 
mis represent;!’ Ion a should be corrected; but they are 
still reiterated daily In hand-bills aud newspapers, 
making this esution necessary. 

HENRY' O. AMESSupt. C. H. At D. R. R. 

B.B PHILLIPS, Snpt. C. dt T. R. R. 

K. F. OSBORN, Pres. At Supt. M . K A L. E. R. R. 

Uj^Porfarther information, or through tickets, ap- 
ply at the office ofthe Jeffersonville Railroad, 555 Mam 
street, Louisville, or to 

I. H. MOORHEAD, general agent, 

No. 22 Wall street. 

jr7»The Omnibua Lin^will call for passengers by 
leaving their r* above offices. 

JyH ly. ■ 



by JLIttie •‘"liniui 
road. 

First Train— Lightning Express— Little Miami Rail- 
road, loaves Cin cL.nati at 6 o’clock, A. M., arrive a: 
Zanesville at 12 o’clock, Noon. Leaves Zanesville 
at 12.20, Noon, and arrives at Wheeling at 4 P. M. 

Connecting at Wheeling with Train Baltimore and 
Ohio Railroad, and arriving at Baltimore ai8.30 o’clock 
A.M. Arriving at Washington City at 11 o'clock. 

Connecting with Train at Baltimore for Philadelphia 
and Now York, direct. 

Connecting at Washington for FredaricfcebOTT. 
Petersburrh, Richmond, Ac. 

Second Train— Express— Little Miami Rai’road. 
Leaves Cincinnati at 10.20 o’clock A. M .arriveaZanes-. 
viile at 5.45 P. M Leaves Zanesville at • £. a nd ■ 
arrives at Wheeling at 10 P. M. Connecting ai 
Wheeling with Train Baltimore aud Ohio Railroad, 
for Baltimore and Washington. Connecting at Balti- 
more with Train fer Philadelphia and New York 
direct. 

i onnectlrg at Washington for Fre loricksburg, 
Petersburg, Richmond, &c. 

Third Train— Night Express — Little Miami Railroad 
leaves Cincinnati at 0 o’clock P. M. Arrives at 
Zanesville at 2 o’clock, A. M ., leaves Zanesville at 
2.12A.M., and arrives at Wheeling at 0.3UA. M .— 
Connecting at Wheeling with Morning Train Balll 
more aud Ohio Railroad, for Cumberland, where pas 
longer s sleep and resume by morning Train for tho 
East direct. 

Co necting with Train at Baltimore, for Philadel- 
phia and New York direct. 

Connecting at Washington for Fredericksburg 
Peters urg, Richmond, Ac. 

Baggage checked from Cincinnati to Wheeling, and 
from thence to Baltimore, Washington City. Ac. 

Bn W! a y e checked from Cincinnati to Baltimore 
and from thence to Phll&de'phla, A c. 

Through Tickets for W ashington City can only be 
procured by this Route, and th s is tho only Route bj 
which Through Tickots can be procured via Baltimore 
to Philadelphia and New York. 

Through Tickets to Winchester, Richmond, Fred 
ericksbuigh, Petersburg*!, Norfolk, Weldon ami Wil 
niutton, can only be procured by the Little Miami 
Route, and tho only route by which i assengers car 
go through without detention to Charleston, Savan- 
nah, Macon, Atlanta* Augusta, and till points South 
FOR THROUGH TICKETS, 

And all Information please apply at the Little Miami 
Office. P. W. SI RADER, General Agent, No. 2 Bur- 
net House, flret door west of Vine; No. 177 Gibson 
House, Front office; at southeast corner Broadwaj 
and Front, directly opposite Spencer House; and at 
the Little Miami Denot. 

* ISAAC H. SOUTHWlCK, 
Superintendent Central Ohio Railroad. 

C. W. S. BROWN, 

Agent C. O. R. K., Cincinnati. Jyl8 

J EFFER50N V I LL E KAIL UOA D. 



SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 

For ludlauapolis* Chicago aud Cin- 
cinnati* 

O N and after Monday, April 30th, trains will run 
as follows: 

Leave Jeffersonville (opposite Louisville) at G:15 A. 
M and 3:30 P. M. for lucUauapollsand Chicago. 

At 8:45 A. M.; and 3:30 P. M. for Cincinnati. 

These trains connect at indianapolisand Cincinnati 
with all the trains for the North and East. 

J. W. HALL, Agent. 

Apply at the office, 555 Mein street, for Tickets and 
Information. 

A. P. OSBORNE, 

a29 dtf Supe rintendent . 

Shelby ville & Eminence 



TRAIN &POR 



Con iKvillc aud 



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i (land it. 



r I tH IS Company have coin pit t *d tht ] r arr . 

A for the perfec* act* wiimodc.i:u:i u ir. • 
public. They rect-.ve passengers an: i : -:n 

5 A. M., tillrt P. M in Pirllaii^, and s  

comfortably; safolv and . i. 

Louisville, aud vice vur . . With f.cjrl*:; • w 
on and omnibuses at Port! :nd, and t.’i- ir 0 -Mt. 
Louisville, they have ample m ns for doia;; 3  . Their 
drivers are acoomo dating and skillful— their tr.. por- 
tation lapid, i and every attention paid to the ant* i 
travelersi They have aconven e t office on tho north 
eiae of Main street, in Louisville, between Second 
and Third, whore orders will bo received foroi nibus- 
»s to be sent to any part of the city desired. Pasaeu- 
gera using these facilities mice, will not anj-Iy else- 
where thereafter, if they consult either then Interest, 
their convenience or their couu'ort. 

Cars or Omnibus leave each terminus every fifteen 
minutes, and connections made with certainty and 
precision, without detention. % 

Fare 10 cents either way for each passenger   trunk. 
No charge for carpet bag. Through passengers will 
pay on the carsalono. jolS dtf 



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FAI.LS CITY 

TERM A COTTA 

WORKS'. 

II. & ?. BAYYttxY. 



FIFTH STREET BET. G 11EEN AND WALNUT, 

LOUISVILLE, KY., 



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New Albany and Salem Railroad 

NEW AERaI-GEM; NTS. 

r pHK Passenger Trains upon this road will r.:n, un- 
-L til further notice, daily (Sundays excepted) ae 
follows: 

CHICAGO AND DETROIT EXPRESS 
Will leave New Albany at 3 o’clock A. M. .Salem at 
5:16. Bedford atE - breakfast), Goaportat 10:35, Green- 
castle r.t 12:10 P. .VI., Crawfordsville at 1:45, Lntayelti 
at 3:30, .dichigau City at 7:3o, arriving at Chicago at 
9:20 P. M., and Detroit at 8 A . M. next morning, con- 
necting * ith the Can ad* Road for the East. 

NEW ALBANY AND LOUISVILLE EXPRESS 
Willleave Chicago at 9 P. M., Michigan City 11:45, 
Lafayette 4:40 A. M., Crawfordsville 6:25, G' mcas- 
tle 8:05, Gosport 9:37, Bloomington 10:50, Bedford 
12:15, P. M., Orleans 1 :07, Salem 2:28, and arrive at 
New Albany at 4:30 P. M. 

CINCINNATI EXPRESS 
Will leave Chicago at 5 A. M., Michigan City 8, and 



P* A NI FACTI BLRS OF 

CAPITALS :• l BASES for Columns, TRUSSES, 
BRACKET .'INDOW CAPS, enriclwnents for Cor- 
nices, Goil . • ornaments, Chimney-tops, Flowerpots, 
Vases, Ac., a  assortment to be seen at the Works. 

ALSO, 

Plain and Ornamental Plasterers. 

All order, for Plastering or Stucco for Interior dec- 
. ori-lion promptly attended to. 

Elf' Piaster Paris for salo at 



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lowest cash 
all tf 



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W. H. STOKES, 

SADDLERY WAREHOUSE. 

fMPOKTKR an.l wholosr.le rte;ilur in Coach t nd Saddlery Hardware— keeps conatanlly on hand ala'eeslock 
L — which le offered on verv favorable terms. 

LFATH.R MANUFACTORY— SADDLE-8KIR 



arrive at Lafayetlo at 11:50 A. M., connecting direct 
with trains for Indianapolis. Lawrenceburg, Cincin- 
nati,  Vc., and arrive the same evening. 

WAY EXPRESS 

Willleave Lafayette at 11 A. M., arrive at Mic higan 
City at 4:15 P. M., connecting with trains on Michi- 
gan Central Railroad fo Chicago and Detroit. 

ACCOMMODATION TRAINS ORTH, 

Leave N®w Albany at 8:30 M., Sab in 11:50, Or- 

leans 1:55 p. M., Bediord 3:25, Bloomington 5:35. ar- 
rive at Gosporlat 7 P. M. Leave Gosport at 5:30 A. 

M., Green castle 8:05, Crawfordsvillo 11 .20, aud arrive 
at Lafayette at 2 P. M. 

ACCOMMODATION TRAIN SOUTH. 

Leave Lafayette at?:45 A. M., Crawfordsville 10:30, 
Groencastle 1 :45 P. M., connecting with tratu from 
Terre Haute the same evening, arrive at Gosport at 
4:10 P. M . Leave Gosnort at 4 : 30 A . M., Bloom* ugton 
5:55, Bedford 8, Orleans 8:50, Salem 11:30, aud arrive 
at New Albany at 2:40 P. M. A Iso, an — 

A CC O I?I M O OAT 1 ON TUA1A 
Leaves Lafayette 2:35 P. M. for Cruwfordsvillc, and 
Crawlordsvlllo at 4:45 A.M. for Lafayette. 

THE NEW ALBANY AND LOUISVILLE EXPRESS 
Leaves Michigan City at 11:45 P. M., will M.-tp north 
of Lafayette only at S. R. R. Crossing, Westvltle, San 
Pierre, and Bradford, unless signaled to stop tor pas- 
sengers beyond Lafuj otto. Station Agents upon the 
line will bear tht« in mind. 

By theso arrange merits fer the runnirg * f trs! «,d‘ 
rectconnectious are made w 4 th the Lafhyette i i -l 5^ 
•lianapolis Railroad Company at Laiujeiie, ami Mich- J J-*. 
tgan Central Railroad Company at Michigan I’.it . h-*th 
Bast and West, and from the Ohio river i is the OI\LY J 
DIRECT and RELIABLE ROU'I'E North. 

THROUGH TICKETS 

For all the principal cities in tho West, North, and I 
East can be obtained at the office in New Albany and 
other important points upon tbo line 
JKr* BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. 



BE, HOG and CALF SKIN, SEALING and HOG 



KING. HARNESS, BRIDLE, HOSE and BAND LKATII- 
- K 15 COLLAR LEATHER, mnr. ufur»nrcd and for sale by 
W. H. STOKES, 435 Main street. 



MISCELLANEOUS.^ 

CHAIR WAllE-ROOMS, 

NO. 30* Wall Sc. 

T HE subscribers inform the trade that they are man- 
ufactunrg all descriptions of CHAIRS at their 
factory on Market street, and are prepared to 
till orders to any extent on the shortest notice, and 
warranted of the best quality. They have now in 
V\ are-Roomsfor sale— 

Oak Bent Rims, Cano Beat; 

Cottage Rim, Cane Seat; 

Walnut and Cherry large Arm Rocker; 

California do; 

Mahogany Arm Rockers, Hair Seats and Backs; 
Large Office Rim Backs and Cottage Kirns; 

Round and Square Post Cottage Greecian; 

Walnut and Cherry Nurse; 

Boston and Bannister Rockers; 

Children’s Table and i ocking Chairs; 

Bannister, French, B i lie, Polka, Mock and Scol- 
lopTop aud Slats. 

Employing the best wo kmen In every department 
if the Factory, and havi i i the advantage of every 
description of machinery Icatcan be used, they are 
enabled to offer their w it on the most favorable 
terms for cash, or approve i acceptances on time. 

YV. D. RAND 6l CO., 

ILj" Factory on Marketst cot, above Preston; Ware- 
K coins No. 3« Wall street. n 7 dlx 

H. W. KNIGHT, 

432 Ulnrkcl st., bet. Fourth A: Fifth, 

D EALER in Cooking Stoves of the latest aud most 
approved designs, warranted to give satisfaction; 
Table Cutlery of tho best manufacture auu finest qual- 
ity; Brass Kettles: Porcelain Sauce Pans; Bath Tubs, 
&c.,&c.; manufacturer of Tin and Sheet Iron Wares; 
Roo.lng, Guttering and Spouting done in the most 
workmanlike manner. Jobbing of all kindsexecuted 
with promptness. A supply of Zinc and Japanned 
\\ are od hand 

My friends are requested to give mo a call when they 
are in need, and they will be well satisfied with their 
urhuses. fJ3 

I HAH BOXES Belle Vernon Glass, assorted from 
lUv/U 10^12 to 40, 50, for sale low In lots to the 
tradoby JACOB KELLER, 

nr av2dfiTn Main, bet. Seoond and Third sts. 



WANTF.D — Leather in rough, Hider and Tallow, purchase 



TANNERS’ 
fll d&wly 



ML — Chore, Bank and 



aits Oil 



hand and 



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W. II. STOKES, 



Ale bv 
V. . H, : 



435 Main street. 



135 Main street. 



C iOTTOW Yarne- 



J .H. R1TRK 'WS. 



J. H. BURROWS’ 

PATENT PLANTATION 



KIMB 



J50 bags No. 500 Cotton Yarns, choice brand; 

IU0 do 6 )U do do do; 

50 do 700 do do do; 

Received per steamer Rescue, and for sale by 

NOCK, WICKS & CO. 

T ^UDS — 75 dose A No. 2 Tubs, In store and for sale 
low on consignment. 

GIU., SMITH dr CO. 

vvaii street. 

i'4»« i :   o - 

-i 36 boxes Webb, Ellis dc Co. 5 lump Tobacco; 



Go do Eclipse pounds 
fust received and for sale by 



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NOCK, WICKS & CO 



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Arrangements have been made with tho Michigan 
Central Railroad, by which THROUGH FREIGHTS 
will be forwarded w ith promptness, and at low rates 
The attention of shippers is particularly invited to the 
loint arrangement recently CO - eluded' for the trans- 
portation of Freight between New Albany, Chicago 
and Detroit. 

Pull information of Kates, Classification, Arc., can 
be nouined upon application at the Transportation 
Offico, New Albany. 

C. KNOWLTON, Superintendent. 
JOHN S. CASH, Master Trans. 
New Albany, April, 1855. — a!4 

1855. .summer Arrangement. 1855. 
VIA. 

U. S. MAIL LINE STEAMERS, 

OR 

Jeffersonville* Ohio uud .llnifclwlppi 

RAIL ROAD, AND 

LITTLE ITT I A Nil KAIL. HOAD. 

VIA. COLUMBUS AND CLEVELAND, 

To lluffalo* 

New York, 

Boston^ 

Niagara Falls. 

.TI out real, 

Quebec* 

Ac., 

By the Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleveland Route, 
aud Luke Steamers, 



MILL. 



liN MILL. — This Mill differs from ail others in the con. 
ii is composed of French Burr Blocks, enclosed in a cast 
ne with a Cast Iron Eyc,o Bush, that is of greater ex- 
is secured to the back by ur bolts, so that every block 
is in the form of a d we tail, wbicu gives greater et ngth ton Stone than any » her method which is required 
jii small mill ■ where the stone is run with great sp ■■t, and becomes dangerous if not strongly made. Ital-o 
gives anv wob’Vtb* of small diameter that*-* 'squired without having it llilck or high, that makes it 



f H. BURRO » b F^fLNT PLANTATION Ci 
«.• . struction of the or K jnning Stones. wh» 

iron Case, v/hich fnriue die back and hoop of tho s’, 
rnal diameter el the bottom than at. the top.wni 

later et 
reat sf. 

top heavy . 

This Mill Js a square train o made of wood or ctnd :r  a , in tho form of a bu.»k , with Bridge -tree, Sp! 
auco, Ring Driver, and Regulating Screw, and grr .* upon .he samo principle as » largo mill, differing 
iu tho Runner Stone; ihl-* 5 eing of great weight, enables it to grind nearer the center a greater qnanlity ol 
grain with less power than any other mill now in use. This Mill is portable, and maybe attached to stea ;, 
water, horse or hv td power. 

Also, all sues o.' Preach Burr Mill Stones, manufactured on tho Maine principle. 

Joseph H. Barrows, 1 Cincinnati* lathe la vento-. for which he otitalned Letters Pateoi in I84S. For all In- 
fringe menu, they, a c^aaser will be held responsible for tho right of uring. 

These MUU 49 CO*- require a M.llrighi to mjI them up: and all that i« necessary' io put them in operation,'.* 
to attach a baud to the pv lev on the spindle, with a urn sufficiently large to ru i: u twenty four Inch Mill 240 
revolutions pe?Kfsu%». attached lo a Gin, Steam or Water Power. ’ By tho steady application ot two bore 
power, the Kill aAU priad six or eight busnels per hour of good meal, and w ill grind wheat as well as corn.— 
Tho thirty irch MiU-t’ puttoits fullesj speed, will grind from ten to fiftc.-n bushels per hour. 

Theso Mills are WZTi anted to be in every respect as recommended. 

Dteaar.oM roa Us«. —Place your Mill about twelve feet from tho Driving Pulley in a level position; male 
the belt of leather six or eight inches wide. Give the Stone 240 revolutions a minute with the su6. Keep the 
neck and step of the sol adle well oiled. Place the -iar on the b«- I. of the Rnuniug Stono, in the s.uec* w »y 
as the Cross on the Driver, that Is, the way thoy are trimmed. 

Refer I hos. Pattkrmo.v, Es.j., of Highland Coun.y, Ohio, Jaasc t.,of Clinton County, Ohio; C. B. 

I BaAonrav, Esq., of ('incinuali and a number of others. 

All ore' rs should be addressea to LANGLEY 4" K1NKEAD, sole agents :  r ihe rs-’c of these Mills in the 
Western and Southern States, No*. 25 and 27 West Front Street, Cincinnati.  •.; or i« J.H. Bl KROAVS A 
I CO.. Proprietors of the Columbia Foundry, and Manufacturcre ot Sttan Engines of all sizes, Grist and Ka w 
Mill Irons, VV uter Wheels, and allkinds of Mill Machinery 
Also, constantly on hand,W. Stewnrt’a newly improved Corn and Cob Crusher, known by tho name ofthe 
Ohio and Kentucky Stock Mills, which will break und grind froinfiftee to thirty bushels per hour. 
m3] d&wly 



HAIL & DODD'S 

SAFES. 

T H KSK Safet* have a largo sale, which is rapidly in- 
creasing as their preserving virtues become better 
known. Recent fires have tried them most signally, 

, and proved them a perfect protection totheir contents 
j under the severest trials. The following letter to the 
manufacturers of these Safes proves their excellence 
Nzw Oklkans, April Dili, 1854. 
i Messrs. Hall Sf Dodd , Cincinnati: 

[ Gents — You have probably heard from the papers 
or otherwise, of the fire which took place in our city 
on tho 10th ult., in which wo were amongst those 
burned out. 

You naturally wish to know now the Safe we lately 
purchased of you stood the test. The reason we have 
not communicated with you before is, we wished to 
give the matter a full investigation, with the opinion 
of some parties here; but so much of our time has 
been occupied in getting unde v ay again, ve laid your 
Safe over fora convenient opporti • ity to give it a fair 
hearing, as before -luted; and, now. having done so, 
we can say it stood ti e test most nobly , showing Us 
superiority over any other Safe in the fire, subjected 
to the same heu 

Our paper A c., were all preserved, and we have 
implicit Co   . deuce ip your manufacture. The Safe, 
howov '. is not what it was wnen rolled into our 
•tore I he door on which the lock is was used up In 
o, e ng, and the appearance o! the Ft .. .' 3, top 

nmUti heatto 

which it mn -t have been subjected. Y ou wiiimake 
us, with all dispatch, a duplicate of the a! oveSafe — 
asltw.-.a least, before u encountered the fire. 

Very respectfully, yours, 

H. . BA K l O YY 4- CO. 

jJ^Mcurs.Gill, Smith A Co. are the agents for the 
above Safes, ami a stock of them can always be found 
at their store. .No. 3u Wall street. da tf 

WiJLLUAI SPlt.iDLlYf , 

BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER. 

No. 88* Third atrect* 

LOUISVILLE, KY 
NOdtf j 

CARRIAGES. 



CJTAGK LIN K, connecting with tho Louisville aud 
O Frankfort Railroad, John R. Boo- ley, Propriel /J 

I in- Line leaves Shelbyville, at 6 o’clock, l £ 
meets the inornirig 'rains (ouoitw.ird ; 1 

tho Loutsviu* «na Frankfort Railroad at Kini| 

*.t ' - n • M., arriving in t-ouis ■ Die Frankfoi 4 
A.M. Returning, leave at 3 C M ., arrive 
nonce at 5. and S letbyvillo atu . I his am ngl 
will gi®e to our citize- s from three to four h   
which to transact business in Louisville, Frankf 
Lexington, and return the same day. 1 
by this bine, leave Shelby ville at 6, A. U., aii  
in Cincinnati at 7 P. M. 

I return m / thanks to tho public for the liberal pafld 
tronage bestowed on this line since Us commence* 
ment,and thoy ragy relyou every thing being done i\ 
insure the safe and speedy transit of passergers; mji 1 



f- r .r j • L . .1 *7 * ^ 

QUEEN OFTHE WEST, 
Capt. D. H. McBride. 






object being to accommodate; atd by go doing, hopr. ’ than Cincinnati. 



CRESCENT CITY, 
Capt. W. T. Pease. 
Built and owned by tho Cincinnati, Columbus and 
Cleveland, X«w York und Erie, ami 
N. York Central Routes. 

Two daily trains in connection wi'h lake steamers, at 

a.m. and 9 ▲. m . 

r FiRaTTHAiN— Lightning Express— al 6 o’clock a. m., 
arrives at Cleveland at 2 % O ’clock *-m. Pas^ugers 
by this train have hours at Cleveland. 

8 k« oNDTiUAN— Express, at 9 o'clock a m, making di- 
rect connection at Cleveland with the steamer. 

Both the trains by this route run directly along side 
the steamer at Cleveland 

T’/ains run by Columbus time— seven miuutes fast 



to m^rit a continuance of their cuaiVnf^ 

S Passengers and their baggage by this Line will 
v erred ut any or the hotels, in Louisville, or on 
the steamboats, without extra charge. 

Office in Shelby ville, at Armstrong's Redding House. 
JOHN K. BK CKLKV. 

ADAJIS’S EXPRESS, 



r DHE public are respectfully informed that we will 
J- forward packages DAILY’ to Shfdbvvtfl, Ky , via 
Eminence, couoectiug at that place with J. R. BfiCK- 
LKY’’8 Lioe of Stages, leaving Louisville by the 2:30 
P. M. train, and arrtvi ig at ShelSyvllic at 6 1-2 P. iH . 
Puckago* wil! be delivered at once on arriva 1 , and 
carried at low rates. 

ADAMS’S EXPRESS CO., 

S . A. JONES, Agent, 545, Main st., Louisville. 

Je29 dim 

L0 UISVILL.fi ( JHICAG O 

BY THK 

New Albany and Salem Hailroad. 

XRK OfiLY DIKBCT ROUTE. 

AMJTUE U.M.l UIHITE BV WHICH 

THROUGH TICKETS 

CAN BE PURCHASED. 

rpKAINS leave New Albany daily, (Sundays ex* 
X copied,) at 11 o’clock A. M., running directly 
through to Chicago, connecting there with all trains 
for the North or Norths ost. Also, connecting at 
Michigan Cltv with the traiuson tho Michican Cen- 
tral Railroad for Detroit, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Al- 
bany, New York, Boston, Arc., forming altogeth* r the 
moist agreeable and picturesque route to the Hast, 
pawing thro ugh Ihe most beautiful and flourishing 
towr a and cities in Indiana, such as Salem, Or ana, 
Bedford Bloomington, Gosport, Grcencastle, i'row- 
fordsvllle, Lniayeite, and Michigan City, on ■ uke^ 
Michigan, giving a view of this, magnificent b«. 'y of 
water; thence to Detroit, crossing Detroit River, pa s- 
Ing through the most interesting portions of Upper 
Canada, over the great Sua pension Bridgc,a structure 
unrivalled for beauty and magnificence byauy in the 
world — at the same time giving a view of tho Rapids 
of the great and world renowned Niagara. 

7 iekets sold through, nil the way by railroad, or if 
passengers prefer, from Detroit by the Splendid North 
Shore Steamers lo all the above places. Also, to 
Chicago, Rock Island, St. Louie, Burlington, Iowa; 
Galena, Illinois; St. Paul, Minnesota; A-c. 

Pastungors by this route are sure of making con- 
nections, as there is but one road from the Ohio River 
to Lake Michigan, consequently, there is less chang- 
ing of Cars lhan by anv other; besides giving the ad- 
vantage of procuring through tickets, which cannot 
be done by any other route. 

Baggage checked through to Chicago or Detroit. 

JyO C. KNOWLTON, Sup’t. 

1855. summer Arrungciurnt E855. 



THROUGH TICKETS 

And all information, at Louisvile, plese apply at Jeffer- 
sonville rail road office No. 555 Main street, at U S M 
Line ticket office, oron board U S Mail steamers Jacob 
Strader or Tblegraph. 

THROUGH TICKETS 

And all information at Cincinnati, can bo obtained at 
ihe new offices. Ns, 2 Burnet House Building. W. L. 

O’BRIEM, ticket agent. No. 177 front, office, GibsoD 
House Building; A LE X. H A M l L TO N . ticket agent ; 
or at toe old office, ssouth-east corner ol Broadway and 
Front street, opposite the Spencer House: or at the 
Eastern (Little Miami) Depot, Hast Front street; 

Office hours from 4 * A M , until 9 j' P . 1/ . 

P. W. STRADER, Geudral Agent; 

THE OMJfIBUS UJfR lrfl „ H „ llo „ 

Call, for passenger, at all the principal ho’.els foreu^l: & ( r „ uw , i,»fny,. tUi | n iu-»iuA Co., NawOrl 
and ever, train. By toavnic direction, at either of the , [*«& Wnllter, Fiiladelr.Wu. 
above offices, wi 1 cal, for passengrs id all parts of the 1 
city without fail. 



THE ADAMS EXPRESS CO. 

Tbrougli by Kailrnad from Lonlsvllie 
toN • York, Fhiluacl|»hiM.* Bulli- 
morc* IS os (nu and the East. 

'PHK ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY continuo to 
X run their Express to and from Louisville ana all 
Eastesn cities for the safe, speed/ and cheap con- 
veyance of Merchandize, Money, Packages, and Par- 
cels of all kinds. 

Each Express is in chargo of special messengers 
with safes for securing of valuables. 

Running our Express through to all the Eastern 
cities by Railroad, passenger trains can transport 
packages! 11 less time than any other line, U. fi. Mail 



UUSiCAL. 

PETERS. CRAGG & CO.’S 

Piano Forte Factory, 

HI AIM STi. F.ET* 

HetwfciaThtrteentliAud Fourteen! . ’• 
.rjbj THE subscribers beg leave to call the 
H’-ir t jfe/attention of dealcrs^profesaorii.aiidoii-.- I 
tv T T Tiers, wishing 1  j purchase Piano Port«s, -A j 
iho extensive assortmeii^f their Improved circalai I 
scale full iron frame :;.-miinentn, nov on hand and 
ready for finishing. By tho erection 01 s large addi- 
tional factory biding, thoy are prepared sh mid the j 
wants o tht- trnde omund it, to turnout sivcninslru- 
mentsp • week,or ?50 Pi. aos per annum, 

Buyer* nay rolv upon getting Instruniontu fully 
equal. In ill the rcijai-J 1 of n good Pinuo, to any 1 
made in th United Slates, and t ivingof from 25 I 
to 50 dollars ‘it each instrument. All the 'wood usod J 
in our manu aetory is thoroughly seasoned, and do I 
pains or oxpensoaro spared in turn! ug out each Plano 
perfect In every - respect. 

For two consecutive % ears tha ATr.cultural Associa- 1 
tion and Mechanics’ Institute havo awarded first pro- ' 
tuiurus to those Planosover all others w jon In compe- I 
tition. 

Reference is made to the following dealers and the 
profession generally: 

DP Faulde, (siucjssor to F&ulds, Stone dr Morse); 
Palmer di Weber. St. L«.ub; Cvrtia 6 - Tr'mn, Ctaciu- I 
nati; Diggons 61 Co., Nashville; Downing * Moody* j 
Y r icksburg; Wni if Fox, Xntehox; Coutsde Kutherfor*!, 
Clarksville; Scliaub A Mnrphv, Bardstown; Patrick I 

‘ * aus; 
ji 

le & Retail ?/Iusic Hout e j 

Flif BTK S'I HF,i;T. 

I Tv sj HA VI NGpurciitfsedontthe entire stock 

I P: 1 V‘i-K, and Musical Mrr. 

, ' v i • Mis© in the store on Fourth street lately 
occupied by Brainard. Brotherdc Co., we will c.-.rry .r 
a general ''  HOLESALE and RETAIL MUSK buri- 



T h k;.,: 



Your 
I the ad v 
! mediab 

next. 



cmi3ville Cciam-rcisl College. 



y iicorpon-ted Commercial Institution In 
iky. 

N i .fll 5. CIH.&N. 

ZlOUTli ANNUAL 8 X 83 :LN. 

f“utl *men w)io wish to avail emselves 
1   this chi's, will do- well lo givoiti:.- 
cutio a- sv ill dose on the first of Mari h 



Hours— 7 to id o’clock, P. M . 

bay Cla.su. 

SbVrNTgXNTlI SlFslOW. 

i declass Is also open ‘tally fbr th ‘ reception of S 
denis. 

Hours — 9 to 12, A. M , und 2 to 5, P. M. 
j! ^For further information call on the Princii 
8. BOYD, 

At the School Rooms, Pn&toffico Buildings, 
flGdtf r riiird .. id Jeffers'" 11 

HC'dK-KE! 

O N Monday, tho 26th instant, I intend openin 
.School for the purpose of teaching Penmam- 
and Book-keeping. v% ith 24 years practical exp  
once in some of the first commercial houses in 
United State?. 1 flatter myself I ara qualified to te;. 
both branches satisfactorily. 

My rooms are over the Drug Store of Mr. De H. 
corner of PirBtand Jefferson streets. 

TERMS PER QUARTER. 

Book-keeping $31 

Writing ir . 

JOHN 8. KENNEDY 
IPr'Kefer tothn principal merchants and praeti 
Book-keepers of the cltv. f22 4\ 



Wholei 



Type 



A.M. 



not excepted. 

Express for East leaves at ' 

Do Madison, Indianapolisand Torre Haute, 

at 7 A. M. 

Do Frankfortat 2 P. M., and 6 A, M. 

Do Loxlngton at 6 A. M. 

Do Now Albany and Now Albany and Saiom 
K. R. 9 A. M. 

Do St. Louisat 7A.M. 

Do F.vansvllle and Vincennes at 10 A M. 

IPpSight Drafts payable at a y Rank in England, 
Ireland and Scotland. 

JCr* Packages forwarded to Europe, California and 
Anstraliu. 

TT~pSilvor Change will be brought from the Mini in 
Philadelphia on exchange for Gold at low rates. 

ADAMS EXPRESS CO. 

S. A. JONES, Agent, 

Sti 



.M 



WEBB, PETERS tk. CO. 



KV*-.- utf - . -1 . 9 I 0 Qm 

, . -7Z- 

. -VL . ever , V T Kit. gSt ,C. . . 

Y' 



k3 



555 Main Street. 

NEW ARRAHOB1CBBVT 

E.P. JOHIHSON A CO. 

ARE now running a splendid 
line of Four Horse «’oach s iu 
^connection with the morning 
■train of cars from Louisville to 



I.ouiHVllle and Frankfort and Lei 
ington and Frankfort 

RAILROADS. 



SUMMER ARRANGEMENT FOR 1 855 

r\K and after Monday, May 7, 1855, tho Passenger 
U Trains will run as follows, viz: 

Leave Louisville at 0 o’clock, a arrive at Lex- 

ington at 11 :5 a M. 

Leave Louisville at 2:30 v. m., arrive at Lexington 
at7:30p.M. 

Leave Lexington at5:20 a. m.; arrive at Louisville 
at 10:30 a. m. , . 

Leave Lexington at 2:15 p. m.: arrive at Louisville 
at7:10 p. m. 

Stagesleave Lexington daily (Sundays excepted) 
after dinner for Harrodsburg. Danville, Crab Orchard 
Stanford, Lancaster and Richmond. Stagesfor Win- 
chester, Mount Sterling and Owingsville leave at 6 
o’clock, a. m. Stages to Maysville connect at Paris 
with the evening train of theCovington and Lexing- 
ton RaiDoad. Four dollars to Cincinnati, via Frank- 
fort, Lexington, Parisand Cynthiana. Through tick- 
ets will be sold to Cincinnati for four dollars, which 
tickets will be good for two days, with tho privilege of 
stopping at Paris, Lexington, Frankfort and Cynthi- 
anu, within the two days. 

SAMUEL GILL, 

my4 Sup’t L. & F. and L. be F. K. R. 

Off lUTSi Drawers, Collars, Cravats. Glover, 
tJ Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Hosiery, Sticks, Ties, 
and Furnbhiug Goods generally , very cheap. 

1y24 A. O. RUNYAN. 

C 'lORft Vincgttr.-- 50 bbls Cider Vinegar in 
^ store aud for fale by 

jy 19 A. FONDA. 



W KI IT JB l .l .tl E — 200 barrels White Lime, o-. 
ceived and for sale by 

Jew BYRAM, PITKIN di Co. 



D I FFlEt.M 1 lam— The celebrated Duffleld 
Hain in store and f or sale by 
Jy 19 A. PON DA, Fourth st. 



O HI^GOiN 11am— Just received in store a sap- 
ply ofthe Oreg a Ham^n  i for sale by 
Jy 19 A. FONDA, 95 Fourth st. 



r* ^ FOR THE EAST^ . 

LITTLE MIAMI RAILROAD 

VIA COLUMBUS. 

Quickest, shortest ana Jlust Direct 
Route. 

LAID WITH HEAVY T IRON. 
Through Tickets) from JLouisvi I le 

At th j Company’s new office, (in Nashville Stage Of- 
fice,) northwest corner of Main aud Second streets 
No. 572, Galt House Huilil ng. 

The Little Mi*tni, via Columbus, being tne short, 
quick and direct route from Cincinnati, the time is so 
arranged that it is made with eat-e. Connection* are 
certain. Pas*eng  rs are not subject to delay, and 
have full time for meals, which is a great comfort to 
ludiesand children. 'I he Little Miami, via Columbus, 
beinga short and qaick route, does not require anony- 
mous Correspondents or false maps, to recommend it 
to the traveling public. 

TIME VIA LITTLE MIAMI ROUTE, 

From Cincinnati to 

COLUMBUS in 3* Hours, 

CLEVELAND in 8* Hours, 

DUNKIRK in 14^ Hours, 

BUFFALO in 16 Hours, 

ALBANY in 26 Hours, 

NEW YORK in 31 Hours, 

BOSTON In 35 Hours, 

CRESTLINE in 6 Hours. 
PITTSBURGH in 14 Hours, 

• PHILADELPHIA in 31k Hours, 

WHEELING in J0k Hours. 
BA LT 1MOR E in 28 Hours , 
STEUBENVILLE in 12 H. 
This time can only be rnatfb to all the above places 
by the Little Miami route. 

THREE DAILY TRAILS 
Leave Cincinnati at 6 A. Jl.,9 A. NX.* 
and 5*30 P. Jl . 

FOR THROUGH TICKETS 

And all information at Louisville, please apply a*, the 
Company’s new Office. (In Nash\ille Stage Office, 
northeast corner of Main and Secondstreets, No. 572, 
Galt House Building. 

P. W. STRADER, General Agent. 
FOR THROUGH TICKETS, 

And all information alCincinnati, please apply at the 
Office, No 2 Burnet Houre. Aral doer west of Vine 
street, Wi»,L. O’Brien, Ticket Agent; No. 177, Front 
office, Gibson House, Alexamder Hamilton. Ticket 
Agent; or at the old office. Southeast corner of Broad- 
way aud Front street, opposite Spencer House, or at 
tl o’ Lillie Miami Depot, East Front street. 

Office hours from 4 1-2 a. m., until 9 12 p. m. 

P. YV. STRADER, General Agent. 
THK OMNIBUS LINK 

Calls for passengers at all the principal Hotels for 
each and every train. By leaving directions at either 
o^ the above offices, will call for passenger! in all 
pans of the city, rrltkout fail. jell) dim 



Prank rott, leaving Frankfort for Danville, Ky., via 
Lcwrenceburg and Harrolshurgh,   very Tuesday. 
Thursday aud .Saturday. Leaving Danville eve»  
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, connecting with ’he 
evening train of cars from Frankfort to Louisville. 

Fare through. $4,00. For through tickets for the 
Railroad and all pMnts between Frunkfort and Dan- 
ville, apply at the general Stage Office, Galt House. 
Passengers purchasing through tickets will save ti ly 
Cents. 

Accomodation Stage leaves Louisville for Shelby- 
ville every Monday, Wednesday und Friday, at I y 9 
o’clock P. M., arriving at 6 o’clock same evening.— 
Leaving Shelby ville e- 1 ery Tuesday. Thursday and 
Saturday, at 6)^ o'clock A. M., aud arriving ut l/oulfl- 
rille at 11 A. M. Pare $150. 

The Mail Stages also leave every day for Danville, 
(Sundays excepted,) leaving Louisville at 4 o'clock 
A. M., at riving at 5 o’clock same ovening. Far * $4,  u. 

For seats or information apply at general Mage Of- 
fice, Galt House, Louisville, Ky. 

JyH E. M. MUNPORD, Ag*nt. 

DYE Flour— 8 bbls in store and for sale by 
IV jo!6 



PI YNO PORT'S TuIu. g REPAIRING, die., IV. 

JOSEPH POTTER, 

Green street* bet- Tliiru and Fourth* 

r WILI. tune a Piano Forte any place in the cltv *f 
$ I, and give satisfaction or charge nothing. In J 
only refer to a generous public, who have nurcha d 
Piano Fores of my made, and many thousands v i.o 
havo employed mo as a tuner of Pianos, all of whom 
know my ability to do what I promi*** My determica 
tion is hereafter to deserve the favors of the public. 

Orders to be left on Green treet, between Third a id 
Fourth, second house cast ofthe Gas Company’s office. 
-V; ml Dtf JOS. POTTER. 



JONES Ac ROOT. 



1 As— 40,tW0 bushels of good sound Ice, for ale, in- 
quire of D. P, Maxcy, at the store of 
let JACOB KRLLEK. 

C A!Yl I.lv* — Sun ’.vr, Sperm 

w - - 



ax Candles for sale at 

LANHAM & CO.’S, Third st. 



Jyi 

JUST ISSUED. 

II u^Kies anc Kreck inrid -c’* Oral Dis- 

CIlkNlOll. 

ipHll ORAL DISCUSSION, between the Most Rev 



JOHNSTON & SON, 

PAINTERS’ DEPOT. 

NO. 55 THIRD STREET. 

(Second Door from the “Courier Office.”) | 

DKYLERS IN 

PAINTS & on*', 

*1* L AN!S* &C. 

&25 

JAMES FISHER’S 

QUICK Y E AS T . 

1 'HIS article Is carefully prepared expressly for fam- 
ily use. it will answer all the purposes of good 
fresh brewer’s yeast, in making all kindsof light bre. •!, 
biscuit, cakes, iVc.,  fcc. 

Housekeepers will save money by using Fisht.r’s 
(•iuick Y* east, us only two thirds the quantity generally 
use-J will suffice. Prepared and sold wholesale and 
retail by JAMES FISHER, 

Comer oi Fifth and Green Streets, Louisville, Ky. 
f3dlx 

JSVi'ELKY FOE SALE 

AT COST 

UNDER THE f Ol IISVULE H«TFI., 

t ^HF. undersigned desires to sell off 1.1s large and 
valuable stock of Jewelry, die.* and will sellital 
cos*. He also desires to sell the lease upon bis store- 
room, wi fixtures, die. Ills one of the beslar.d 



-V Archbishop Hughes and tiio Rev. John Breckin- most dosi* abl locations iu the city, and the fixtu-' -s 
ridge. D 1).. on the question, 4 * Is the Roman Catholic aregoodand complete. His - .of Jewelry is wr 



Religion, in any orin all its Principles or Doctrin 
oppoed to Civil or Religious Libe-ty?” and ofthe 
question, “lsthe Presbyterian Religion, in any or in 
all its Principles or Doctriuce, opposed to Civil or Re- 
ligious Liberty?” 

'I he subscribers take pleasure in announcing to the 
public that a new odition of this book h:;s Just been 
issued. 

The freqnent calls which we have had for this work 
(which has been outof print for several years) have 
induced us to make such arrangements with the own- 
er of the copyright as will enable us to furnish it to 
thetrade and others at very reasonable rates. 

Thin is a very useful book for politicians, as it dis- 
cusses In a masterly manner all the points ofthe 
Catholic doctrine and discipline, which are just now 
creating so much pxcitemeni. 

Tho work is printed on fine paper, and bound in 
neat binding, and sold at the moderate price of $1 50. 

Orders respecifnllysolifiited. 

YY'EBB. GILL Ac LEVERING, 

Ie30 No. 521 Main st. 

iDDFIJiH — A fto. 1 article of Table Rock Cod- 



Ihyihe attention of tho ladies, and all others wanting 
I Jewelry, and they are respectfully Invited to call and 
examine for themselves. JULIUS MENDEL, 

| may 2 dtf Under Louisville Hotel. 

ICSES! ICE! ICE 

S KINNER, GOSNKLL& CO. are now prepared to 
furnish the finest of ICE to families, boardii g 
houses, hotels, coffee houses, and steamboats at the 
shortest notice aud on the- most reasonable terms.— 
Ttnrlr office is on Third street, between Main and Wa- 
ter, next door to Crawford & ’.lurry’s feed store. 

Mr. Ell Vansickle, having taken tho place of Mr. 
Elias Skinnerin the ■ Id firm of kinner, Gosnell *Sc 
Co., will give his attention to tbebusinos? 

GEO. SK INNER, 



FRANKLI N 

and Stereotyi 
FOUNDRY. 

C. F. O’DRISCOLL & 0 

108 Vines!., Cincinnati. 

C F. O’DRISCOLL At CO. are now prepared 
• fill orders for Presses. T. pe and Printing M. 
rlalsof all descriptions, at short notico and on fa\ 
able terms. 

Presses of all kinds and all other articles not m 
□factored l y us, will be furnished at manufacture 
prices: 

YVith long experience, and a practical knowle 
of the business und our Moulds, Matrices and Mac! 
ery, all new and of the best style and finish We 

confidence in onr ability to give satb faction to th 
who favor us with their orders 
Stereotyping of Books, Pamphlets. Music, Fug? 
ings, and Jobs of all descnplic s,and Engraving 
Lettering of Maps, executed with neatness ana   
spatch. 

Uype used in Stereotyping for sal© at redo 

prices. " 

drand and Pattern Letters for Iron t afting, I' 
for feulo clu-ap. A second-bai d Adams’ Power Pr- 
Pi alien 26X401 relies in pood order. 

Also, a Book-binder’* I -mb. ring press. a supo- 
sud were powerful pressin perfect order. my£f  

’ liversilv of Louisville. 
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 

T 1IK iiinetocntb annual cours** of l ecture* in l 
institution will unuu -oe on th ? last Mondav 
October next, leruiina'e on tlie Lot of Pebrua- 
under tho foliowttig arraugemcM-l: 

Bknjxmix K PiI.xkr, M, D., Professor of l 
senptive aud Surgical Anatomy. 

Lcxsford P. VaNOkul, M. I)., Professor of Phi, 
.logy and Pathological Anatomy. 

Samusl 1). • -ross, M. D ., Professor of the Prii 
pics and Practice of Surgery, 

Hshrt Millkr. M. D., Professor of Obstetric M 
icine. 

Lkwis K okrs. M. D., Professor of Materia Mr 
co and Therapeutics . 

• J.AWRSNre -Mfrrr,'M. D., Professor of Medi 
Chemistry and Toxicology. 

Austin Flint. M. D , Professor of the Theory 0 , 
Practice of Medicine. 

T. G. Richardson, M. I).. Demonstrator of Ana 
my mid Dissector in Pathological Anatomy- 

I he fe   for admiss on to the Lectures «r ouch P 
fcnjor Is 2 13, (8 1** » io All.) payable invariably in: 
▼ance. Mairiculaiiou a id Library fee together, $5 
Graduation fee, f 25. Practical Anatomy and Dl-s 
tion, $10— iick«lto betaken at least once before gr. 
uaiion Rooms open from 1st Oc ober. 

A 1 -reliminary course of Lectures will bedeliver- 
without additional charge, duriug tho moi th of ( 
fibber. 

Clinical Instruction is given twice a week, at 
Loui- ville Marine Hospital. Ticket $5, to be t&i 
once be tore graduation 

A cDnique has beon established in connec tion w 
the University, at which casesare examined.preacr 
ed for and lectured upouiu presence ofthe class. 

V'. Good boarding can be procured at three ti 

B. R. PALMER, M. D., Doan of the Facult* 

jyi7 . 

7 UOtK- 150 bbls extra Flour, Just received } 

1 si earner J. G. Fremont, from St. Louis, jmd 
sale by 
tnayl5 



%% arcliouf»e J\o. 



3DTiiIrd vtreet,be)ow 
Main. 

WE have on hand and are receiving 
'a large and well-selected assortmentof 
CARRIAGES ofour own make, togeth 
”er with some others of the best manu* 
factureinthe Raster West, conslting of 

Calashes, Slld3-seat Buggies, 

Coaches, Kockawaye, 

Sulkies, Shift iug-top Buggies, 

Phaetons, &c. 

In beauty of style, cheapness, and durability, our Car- 
riages are not surpassed by those from any other es- 
tablishment iu the Union. Persons wishing to pur- 
chase are respectfully requested to call and examine 
our stock. 

3tnw2 BURR, HAIGHT  k WHEELER. 



EVARTS & MURTON, 

DXALKR 8 IN 

PAPER HANGINGS. 

LOOAllYCi-GLASSEft I.OOKIiMG-ilLASS 
ELATES* 

FRENCH AND STAINED GLASS, 
Artists’ Materials, 

Portrait and Picture iraiueii 

CORNICES AND GILT WORK,' 

Of every descriprion. 

HU. 541 I?1 JI I IT STREET* 

(Breckinridge Buildings,) 

BETWEEN SECOND & THIRD STREETS. 

Je7 

SHOW CASES, 

FINELY FININFIMR 

AND OF BEST QUALITY. 

ON HAND AT 
314 GRBEN STREET, 
Opposite I.ouihvllle Theatre. 

PRINTERS ATTENTION.— Kiglets, Rules.Quoins, 
l s lice Galleys, Brass Galleys, Shooting-sticks, and 
Furniture on hand and for sale Iheap for cash. 

N. B All orders for Printers’ Furniture given to J. 
K Priest, Printers’ Machinist, will bo promptly at- 

1KA JONES. 



L-d tO. 



mil) 



fAYNE ’2 Fauilly Medicines* JayucN 

•" Alterative, Jayne's Expectorant, Jayne’s Hair 
Tonic, Jayne’s Carminative, and Jaj no’s Vermifuge, 
for sale at 87 Third street, by 

R. 8. RINGGOLD. 

BACK AGAIN 1 
THE subscriber having resumed bu 1- 
ness at his well known stand. No. 449, 
Market street, would return thanks to 

tho public generally for the patronage 

heretofore extended, and hopes by strict attention to 
burinees to merit a continuance of the same. All those 
in want of any article in the Boot aud Shoe line will 
find it to their advantage to give me n call, as 1 am de- 
termined; both in quality and prices, to meet the mar- 
ket, as also it is my retention to keep a full and gen- 
eral assortment at all seasons, so that thoso in want of 
•ii-y gooda in my line may generally bo assured that If 
thoygivo men call they can bo suited. 

D. T. RANDALL, 
loro. No. 449MarketaU 

GAITERS. — On hut . .a \--r\ large 
^ lot of Ladies’ Silk Lasting Gaiteis with 

in 1 ho ut Tips. 

a2 8 | 

, HE Office of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad 
» Company is in Newcomb’s Building, on the north- 
west comer of Bullitt and Main streets. Entrance on 
Bullitt street. J e9dt f 

B MEAT-90 bushels choice Normern 
Se d Buckwheat, reoelved and for sale by 
 lii BVR AM. PITKIN At CO. 



-U- l\ U. A X ilAI.T. 
City Shoe Store, 4 I 1 . 1 narto-t 



A. L. HOOK. 



A. LUCKBTT 



DUDLEY. STONE CO*, 
Second st.,bolow Main. 



W HITE Duck Linen ^oats, Linen Vests, 
white and fancy Marseilles Vesta at your o 



price. 



J 24 



A. 0. 



RUNYAN, 
recelv 



D RIED Herring- 100 boxes Just 
and for sale low by 
jy2 1 A. BO RTE, No. 50 Third street 

P ICK f jED 41 ISTEH 8—10 cases just recelv 
*red for sale by 

A. BOR IE, No, 50 Third stree 



QALMON— A No. 1 article of Salmon iu store, 

O and “ 



1 aud for sale by 
jyi# 



A. FONDA, Oft Fourth at, 



R OSI.M. Ac.— 

10° bbls Rosin; 
50 do Pitch; 
25 do Tar; 

In store and for sale bjr 

iff 



P 

fish instore and for sale by 

Jy 10 A. FONDA. I 

T EA8-I have on hand a nipply of— 

Y'oung Hyson Tea; 

Gunpowder do; 

Imperial do; 

Oolong do; 

All of which 1 will guarantee to givo general satis- 
faction to cast Diners. 

jy 19 A. FONDA, 95 Fourth st. 

Notice. 

rp HE person wire bas been in the bauit of using my 
-l Quick Y'eaat Label* on worthless traih, to injure 
me, had better w tch how ho does his dirt, tricks, or 
I tho fool killer will take hint in h tnd Ho Is known. 

JAM ES FISHER, 

D. 8. BENEDICT tf SON. I Jy22 d3d corner Green aud Fifth sts. 



&20 d3m 

1 RfHONf Myrnp-lKi 
Ik warranted to stand th 
save by 
jy24 



. GOSNELL, 

Li ANS1CKLB 



_jy24 

(JAKDIYIES- 
O 16 cases in half boxes; 

5 do quarter do; 

A. BO RIB, Wholesale Confectioner, 
and Dealer in Foreign Fruits and Imported Cigars 
Ac., No. 50 Third Ureet, near Main, west side. 
H24 



ten put up by myseif, I 
wnnuth of summer, for 
A . BOR IE, No. 50 Third street. 
Wholesale Confectioner, Fruiterer, Ac. 



jby Jt22 

Rlnnk Rook 



JAMES PISH EH. 

Jiaviu factory . 



IIP KIMSOY A SNYDEK, 

No. 79 Fourth Mrcct, Louisville, Ky., 
URHOLSTERBRS* HOUSE AND BOA'J* 
FURNISHERS, 

WHOLXRAl.a AfTp KKTaIL DSALKKS IK 

MATTRESSES, PBaTHBR & SPRING 
I HEDS ANDBEDDIYG, TAHPAYJLlNh 
Affiii? FL1L8 

Of all sizes on hand, or made to order. 

1 rr We ' -tt work as represented. 

Jyi» ny 

; QJHmJJ) Beef— Constantly on hand aud for 
1 O sale by 



Jel 



A. FONDA. 



] A PBLS.of new Irl-*h Potatoes, in store and 

LU «aiet ' “ - jmmm m 

Bla 

W E call nttontiou of Clerks, Bankers, Merchs: U 
ami »11 others who muy need Blank Books, to 
ourpresent well assorted Books, all of our own m: .0 
: nd warranted equal to any made in the country, a :ul 
at reasonable prices. Books made to order at sh rt 
notice. 

jo2l W KBB, GILL A LKVBRfNG 

5 |I'FT1E1.I  Haiue— In store and for sale by 
j U Jel • A. FONDA. 

H EEF T at**—* — *• Store and for sale by 

|A 4. FONDA 

H arvesting* iiire« »n i Tool « 
iu every variety at wholesale and retail, Includ- 
ing several varieties of Mowiug and Reaping Machines 
I (single and oombined) Horse Rakes, Hand Rakos, 

; Grain ('radios, Scythes, Hay and Grain Forks, Ac. 

: may 10 daw BYRAM, PITKIN A CO. 



HOOE & LUCRETT, 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

FRENCH CHINA, 

Iron-Stone and Earthen Ware, 

BOHEMIAN & AMERICAN GLASS-WARE, 

For Steamboat** Holds and Families; 

Sllvf’r-YVa-e, Brittania-Ware. Cutlery and Fancy 
Goods, Looking-Glasses, olar. Stand. Hanging 
and Side Lamps, Caudle bras, Girandoles, 
Knives, Porks, Carvers. Spoons, Coffee 
Urns, Waiters, and every variety of 
House Furnishing Goods, 

  0 . Hi 1 * Market k freer, bet Tlilrd and 
Fourtli* 

Jy? MMT1SVIT LE, KY. 

\\ CERTIFICATES. 

LorisviLLi, Dec. 23, 1854 

Ma. SoLoMoKs: Sir— The benefit I have-erlvedfrom 
the Spectacles obtained from you, induces me to ex- 
pref ihc pioasure I have received from them. They 
suitmv sight to admiration, by candlelight as well as 
day; 1 read with the same ease as when a boy, which 
1 coaid not do with any othor glasses I have used. 

Yours,truly CAPI\ JOHN SH ALLCROSS. 

Lotisvillk, Jan. 15, 1855. 

Mb. Solomons* Beingcompelledto wearepectacles, 
1 have never been able to got a pair but wnat made 
my eyes ache— I have tried a great many glasses, but 
jflwaysfailed, until I obtained a pair from your lean 
see by day or candlelight for any length of time, with 
the gre.itesteaso and comfort. 

Airs. Wells is very muchpleasod with her glasses. 

1 remain yours, truly, C. WELLS, 

No. 664 Joffersoi.st., uoxt doorto Preston. 

Louisville, Jan. 19,1855. 

Mr. Solomons: Sir— Whon you firstarrivea In this 

city, I called with Mrs. Beattie to your office, and pur- 
chased four pairs of your Patent Spectacles. We 
foundthem superiorto any we had ever used before. 
They realize more than we could'have expected. We 
can now sec as comfortably as when a girl nnd boy . 

I remain yoursye^m^tfully, 

MRS. J. A. BEATTIE, Fourth st. 

Mr. Solomons canbeseen at his office, on Pourth 
street, between Main and Market, over Raymond A 
Patten ’v Drug Store . J27 

Tore Light 021 tlie Subject. 

A blue and white double quick work Sky Light, Jus 
Introduced by Roesberg,at the Mammoth Daguerrean 
Gallery, which will enable him to take pictures in a 
few seconds, and for the great reduced price of 50 
cents and upwaids. It also Is one of the best Lights 
ever was known, to produce a correct likeness, either 
o! children or adults. The red hair and blue eyes, 
which heretofore have always been so difficult to pro- 
duce, are now no longer auy trouble to give them. — 
The real artistic disposition of light and shade. It 
also operates as well in cloudy as in clear weather, and 
gives the likenesses the true tone of life. The public 
will therefore look to their own interest, when you can 
buy cheaper and recoive a truer llfe-liko Daguerreo- 
type than at any other place in the city. 

N. B. All medium size Daguerreotypes badly taken 
by other Artists, are taken over for 50 cents, and If 
uot hotter, no charge Is made for the trouble of trying 
at the well kuown Mammoth Daguerrean Gallery, 
No. 531 Main street. between Second and Third, oppo- 
site the Telegraph office. GEO. S. ROKSBERG, 

jefi Operator. 



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Daily Louisville times, 1855-07-29

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