Office Xo. 472 Maui ktreet, over E.
Kcpnsent the folio inr
Me ana solvem
Cusei Capitol and Surplus
Cash Capital an J surplus
FIRE AND VUKlfcE ISJCKAXCK
CO.. of New York
ISnxO Capital IXSf KAXCE
UAXC'E CO.. of New York CHy.
Xw Y"ik City.
KEW YORK LIFE I .arRANCE CO.. of
FTRF ISSI'R ANTE CO- - of Coowkt. Mass.
ilal auti rurpius
AT TUI3 ACEXCT
TV. S. VERXOX A
I'lUEMX TIRE IXSl RAXCE
WaR street, Xew York.
Capital and Surplus
I Vi--l II AM E (XIMPAXY,
No. bo Wall street. Xew York.
"ii v lti;:iiniret. Capital
MXTFAfTl RE OF JEWELRY
VLE AM) RETAIL.
WE r.rsnectfully call
the uticiiiion of our
t..e public iu K tieral.
to our selected Stock
and lin...rt. li.
including Pearl S'Kida,
uin, Corihl. Cuineo,
Euan., led Goods.
of the beet
S W ATCULi,
LAPirr and CEXTLEMEX
mar uf.o t lire rs.
CiUKitWA RE of onr own manufacture.
I LK I'LA
FANCY AitTICIJ-.st L'CK.of all descriptiona.
res. t in tne uimt fashionable ityliA.
All s .rts of JM KLUY made to order.
SPECT ACLES for all aires and eyes.
of Wa'.-'-etVParUcuiarattenti. n paid to
IHKx ilHL'itL it li( iLEINtl Eit,
Xo. S2i Main street, one door above Third.
W. C. RAMSEY,
A s. y
l' ko X G.
O? U.H r
J .hn W. Anderson.
V in. It Jthe.
W urren Nevcomh,
Jam, li. Wilder.
4'. F. J.'hnoii.
hjiuuel I.. N t.
ver-at ea. a'iJ l.y t:ie
ol inland trAiiportiition. Also on me uuujj
ji h iiLii. Secretary.
R. IT. Warzoncr.
J 'hn Wiiite.
Geo. W. biuall.
J .hn Cornwall.
Mm ctkekt. Shito en.
n. FT iEtjt.
l. P. Cahht.
Vvn. II. N
call the attention of mynu-7.'7N merou- - friends and old customers to my new si. .re
Sti oi'i.osile my old st.md, ;:ni to an examination of
My stock leiim
iny be..ut it. il selection of p
new and tredi. and of the l itest
bad iiiany years ex.eiieuce iu the t:ade, 1 aui enabled to
give full satisfaction.
repaired in a eupcr.or
and done with uispatch.
No. 41i; .Market street, between Fourth and Fifth. Louis.
sil d: f
IIHE nnd.!;ned have f.med a partner-hifjl
practice ..f t ie Law in the rity of Louisville and the
fltlTK copartnership heretofore existinr letween P. 7.
MARI Martin and l.eorge K. Peiib.u. under the tlrui of by the
TIN' A HEN'TON'. was dissolve.! on the 1st
The business of the late fiiul
death of i.e irtre R.
up by the und'T-- i jned.
c 2. MARllX. turvivinr Partner.
TIAVE finned a copartnership under the firm of
MAKTiN A CliCMiiALi.U.
and will continue the
III: V l.i )ii.- - busiucs. At the old stand of
S. 7.. MARTIN.
JNO. E. CRLMRAUOU.
rpilE John of CeorreS
Moor ft Co. is Lis day dissolved
out bis interest to James F.
1 he businesa
IL .I.ins .11. Jr.. of ( .eonretou
settled bf Moore.
firm of Ireoree S. Moore A Co. will
who will continue the business at
A Co., No fsp Main street.
tue old stand of Oeo. & Moore
.EO. S. M'lOKE.
J0I1X C. M tSlV,
J. L. WULELEi.
(youkr'o'.c. March 14. lsnO.
old firm of Geo. F. Moor A Co.. I
Mccts. M ore. Whe ler. A Kohin-potthe siicces.sor. as rentieiueu worthy of the patronage
on the oldurui.
JOITX C. MAS0X.
In ririnr from tl
fTMTF partner-hiheretofore t xitin nrtder the stvle of
- tbis daydissoKod
I CA.sEKAV A Il'Jl'KlNSi- authoriy.ed to fettle the a
Either party i
Locujville, January I, l'o.
TTIE ondersiimed have formed a ai.d will continue the
si. c.ssEiAT A isjXS.
Hopkins, - Importer
TE It WARE. 'Iber resm-tfullthe favor eatended to their
l.TLEliY ami PLAib.lieit a continuance
l..r thiki v ivk
FIFTH STREET, LETWEtN MAIN' AXD MARKET.
THE SHELL, AND POTOMAC
CM AM?. OYSTERS IX by Express.
Also Jack Snipe.
Ins Uum Ducks, sprint Coickeus. squabs, Ac. all of
hich will lie served ui.ui tiiy Ueslauranl or sent
hous s in
ilels. Parties, am! PrirateFamilii"SC.n
w i:h the above at short notice.
C. C. HI KErt.
V B Newark Crao Cider and fresh Lonitress Water
Pols d'Arc. Ihy
Edipse out of liorte'.isia by Contention. OLJ- by Imported I.
out of Fli-- Kit. by
viathan. PAY ill K. by Hence, out of Tra
ill stanil the present season at
byimporte I Tranby.
Maywuod, uetrlJardstoun. Ky.. the
former at I5 the
s. a.--. n and Svu to Insure, tne latter at SHI the season and
are all thoroughly
iito insure. These horsessuperior foal getters. and
bred, ami sure and
r or lurtaer parucuiars auuress
F. G. MURPHY. Maywood.
Near Pardslown, Ky.
lately taken this
a contiuu-would respectfully soii.-iso liiraral! y t.estow
wore of tne patronage heretohrf-Every do? artrnent in our establishment 4
d tilKili I'
Ii..u .t i: times be fell mid coliiolete. hich shall im l
1,7 addition to our t illNA. ..AsS. and oLLENsW ARE
It'i'Vr fl i:N
HIN; way. t.iTether uh Lau
ill in no way whatever
reuioe- -i from F 'U'th street
ith our furnishiiany one with ahaiever quan
tity of pood- - they may want, b not lie ever so by any one In
f.,r buj'iiur are
the trade, and hence we willlavor n wub a
even one alioinay
ORKl GATED WR.OIGHT IROX
FY I FTTHEr PATENT. Admirably adapted
.rounds. Cemeteries, halcomes.
for enelosinx Public
Sheep and Ox liurd.e, Patent Wire,
mill. ecerT varielr of Foldirur Iron Red
and Iron Furniture. Patont Wire Coal S-- reena,
Sand anddravelSTMens. Wu-- Netunrfor M.ns.UiVi,
Sheep. Poultry, an other purtKH. Wire (summer Houses.
ereat variety r.r
I ancr Wire Vt or M In WALKER A sio.N, Manufacturer.
No. 635 Market, N. E. cor. Sath Orewt. 1'iaia.
f Truth and
that he has lust
fnn.ta and the uMlc renerallv Ihatnothina shad
.ioened I is
IsTt pared or D.vie. ted to aciiuire U.e paUonane of the
trtlblic. and that lie l luny comment wu
lie particularly nuiK-- the attention of the public to the
t that bavins: secured is f.illv preparedof onefillof all orders
Vokf in the and
and will honorably satisfy all that
Paw Mill and Lumber Yard.
on Fulton street, bet. Wentiel and Cable.
KOW OPEXIXG AT
An entire new stock of
a lull assortment ol .Vnl.inerv and raucy
tisiods. cnusistinuof tiie Int. st styles of
llonncts, flowers, t. loves. Hosiery. AC.
pes buiierv, and the finest
V t I 'j
Notions. Willow Wares. Ac. of every
a.i tae most
conq lete asaoi tmcnt ever brutul.tto this
Selected from the Four Cities, CaU and examine for yourAT TnE SIGN OF TIIE GOLDEN" II AXD,
ktuthaoit Curiur Main,
Jn.portirt uf Euruji&iH Literature
steamboat Pv.ksof all kilo's kept
and made to order at s iiort notice, and of tlie liucst
Coutitrv merchants are invited to examine our ?t ick,
Comprising n lame
and Flank Rooks. Paper-- . Matiou.-rvac.. :.!I of which vt ill
be s.,id ouieaoouah'.e terms,
and l.oiiik liook Makers.
LOUISVILLE JOB BINDERY
( ivrn wn ti KV's clotixc, st.ikk,)
.' M.irl: ttrt,
XurSumtt Comtr Third
R TE FOR AIM ERTHIXG.
ardintr. For Rent, and
Wants. I.. .stand F
per had square of live
I Liclll) live centb for
f r th st in.
li 3 X U X S ,
I EX I
Linen., ntnl timse dc
IXSUMERS of Richard-en'.- .
ins p .od-- . thoiil.l ree that
oils of ol.taiuitiK tiie
the articles Ihcy purchase at e sealei with the lad n.u.ie of
the iii tii.
J. X. KICIXARDSOX,
a guarantee of the foui,.hic:s mid durability of the
Ti is caution is render- necessary, as larre
quantities ,.f inferior mid defective Lin-are prepared,
with tiie name ot RH ll- sea."li HUerse.is.ai, und se
ii'.ii-.ii i. rt s tr.iics- - ol the nouiy
lit tie Am.
tur.-rof the pcnuitie
business so pr litai.le. w hile purch
wih tio.-.i- of a tvortnles.- - charact- a
j. in jllocki;Mtv j.ch 15. lock n,
street, New ork.
tiond door uloce Thinl,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
cioprisii,.-- every-El- l "7-.
hi.- - f.r M. :,.-- . v.. .men-s.- f
, Childr. n s and S. rvbi.ts" wear.'
ma.;- - t.i their
pecial rd. r. and on ,.
able tlicm to hll ail t.rdeta a:
No. 77 Fourth street, two doors alrove National
LOl ISVILI.E, KY.
J. SI KS',
to ux: had at
Mai ket street,
between Floyd an.l
Is business. I now
view of qnittin t'le
"WITH a v ENTIRE STOCK,
FAXCY STAPLE AND llllMKsl IC DRY t.ooilS. CAR.
I I I S. Kl ll.s. CUKTA1N OOODS,
hose inscarch of cre((t barituins should
VV. H. C. DRYDEN,
l'ecd and ProtiJiee IJealer,
Third street, between Main and the River,
LOl IM ILLE, KY.
attention irveti to the sae of ITay, Crain,
Fruit, putter. EgKs, Onions, Apples, Potatoes. Flour,
Paeon, Lard. Ac.
Crocen.si, Liquors, and Mitnufactured
. jv" Orders
solicited and tilled 011 tue most favorable terms.
jr Liberal cash advances made 011 coiisiirtiments.
corner Seventh and Market sts.,
Lace Mantles and Shawls;
Fine Embroideries, all kinds;
Laces. Shawls. Hoisery, Parasols;
Towthfrwlth a full suj.ply of STAPLE and DOMESTIC
will sell low for cash.
JOHN DAK ROW.
KI.- EJust received from t on
voy s, a superior stock of
Fishifiv Rods. Reels, Lin. s. Mieikd Hooks, Ac.
Fine Rods, two and three
piece, very liht;
Fine Rod .t
Fin- - t am Rods, new paiteins;
low priced Rods:
Silk Lin.- -, pist and tist-dCabie La.ved Se;utras, new kind;
Convoy's Silver and P.iass Reels;
arlisie Sm iled Hooks, best;
I.imrick Snell-- d Hooks, la st:
Carlisle Hooks, evtra line;
One dor.cn Fishing- lt.".ks. Parchment;
VJfine Floats, painted;
Extra Lance Wood Tips and Rings;
Evtra Miells. Leads. Ac. Ac.;
New at vl- - of Lunch Haskets:
and buy your Tackle at MS M
will sell his Iaree stock of PLACK and
per 0 nt. 1. ss
A FANCY DRESS SILKS at
than can be boll.-h- t elsew tiere. Also a lull slock of SUMMER DRESS COOPS, which he will s. Hat very low prices;
with a full stuck of Seasonable liooiia tou numerous tu
Call soon and examine for yourselves before purchasing
SAMUEL ROTIICIIILD, Xo. ni'i Market street,
bet. Second and Third, Louisville, Ky.
ureat indiicein. t.t to purchas- rs. Job ..u
Any pers-- ll
bo into business of the kind, can inal.ca favorable
iureha.se of not large, ami Fixtuies and cieeti. tally.
Southern Saloon and Restaurant.
S. H. PANZER, Proprietor,
Corner of Court Place and Sixth Street, Louisville, Ky.
PEG h ave to inf.. rm mv friends and t'.e public irenera!-lthat will open on Monday. Nov. Hist, at pi o'clock,
with :: splendid Lunch everyday at that hour. Pinners
serte.l up to suit lawyer-- , merchants and th.
dinner from I to o'clock; and other meals set at all hour-- .
These in want of all killd-o- f
rare liirds. Came. Ac. will
do well to call, a- - my Saloon w ill be conducted on the Xew
Orleans style. Meals sent to oliiccs and rooms wjtvii
S. II. PANZER.
CLOCK, LL.IL AM) CKMKXT,
CHEAPIT. HIST. AND MOST PRI.LLIAXT
I.HillT IN THE WORLD.
IT Issnperb.r to coal thanincandle. and twelve to
all of the most improved
some a "fifty cents each
LARD OIL AND FLUID LAMPS
LnnxJ Oil. and lw quality of Coal fill. Lard Oil. and
Piirnins- Fluid, wholesale and retail. Fourth street, near the
for the Lunar Unlit for .ale.
HARDY. LEAH Y A CO.
boxes choice brands Vinriuia and MU-for sale by
souri Tobai-eCAJlU-iU4 lOItlilTT, KA Main etreyV.
K S. MAHK....
to call bett.re purcha
II. Main street,
First and Seeon
,G. F. UOU.Nsi.
For sale at low prices,
MARK A DOWNS. 471
ftPLFNIHD LIKENESS OK PISHOP SPALIU Nl
Paris a b autiful
t have just
Likeness of Rt. Rev. M. J. Si ii.m v.i. Lisbon of Louist ille.
and is sold at th- Th Picture IsfJ by il inch
VSEIil; A I.EVElMNt;.
price of i.
Xo. .VI Main street.
IMPORTERS AND W IIOLESALH DEALERS
In Wln. s. Liuuors.
and Fancy oro.
ries, Xo. tsi Tnird street, have in store and for
Dourbon V.'hisky, 4 years old;
pi caaks Coirimc Drandles;
il bids old Apple Ilrantiy, pure
hainpatuie Win s. various brand,:
Co ' and J. McMilh'irs Native
Eiielish and Sctch Pale Ales Mid Port, r. Claret in
eases, Annisette, Absviithe, Maraschino.
Also, a laru and well assorted stock of fie-- h Fruits. Sau
ces. Pickles, and hermetically sealed OuoU of all
set ipuous. at lo
H. A. UlSt I)EH V ( ().,
LlyL'Olt MERCHANTS, WIIOLIALE AXD
Retail Dealers in Whisky, prandy. Wines, Ac, rQ
Market street, above Prook, north aide, Louia--
iltj: ville. Ky.
In store and for sale
2lii bids old Copper
bbls comm.. ii
Pi bbls Mo Apple llramly, 4 years
t bbls old
casks Imported Prandy;
t elds Iiomastic
6 pijies Holland tiln;
13 "a casks Imported Port Wlns-1- 2
in bbls Madeira
Alo. reiieral aaturtinciit ot Ll'iuors, Win. CUarg,
Uss-Tvhtufco, AC AO.
'ATl'KDA Y XIORXI.XG,.
Latest Tclct'rapH Dispatches,
Steamboat News, Comiiitr-ciDIatU , etc., see Fourth Tai;e.
Dejiarture of Trains.
7: A. M., Vi M V. M , T:4- 1. M.
Mil AN APOL13 C:l." A.
lUioO 1'. :.L
7:10 A. if.,
1'. M. Le:.a:ion l'.nim U
Louisville, KitAXKiMitT and Lexincton 0
i'. M. LtsirrtiiikTC Affoiiunod.-iiio-
Arrival of Trains.
Xi:v Ai.hany anu Coicaco
:.. l::;r I'. Xf.,
Jleptin of the t.t ncral Council.
j. u: rku,-
Cit.j Ojnrtr Onl rtd.
regular session of the (i. neral Council
was held last evenim,.
XYe subjoin all the
in both Poinds that are of any Reiieral
TiilD 1'. XI.
l XI., It I'. XI.
2:".') P. XI., 2 P.
Lo: isvn.LR axi
XI. J.ciiMum lininili IIUmJ A. XI., AM V. M.
Lot is v
11:10 A. XI., li;."ij 1'. XI. LaosriiiiirL' s'.ctouiuioiUi-tlu- u
Si: 10 A. XI.
Our liiamniuih tularirt-Vfkly, containing
finaiicinl, politictil, find
news of tiie day, is issued thiii itiorn-ir.jand can be had at tin: clerk's desk, enveloped
rcut'.y lor mailing, at live eeuts per copy.
Tin: si .MLW coi rich.
o'clock, fjr the purpose of clectint' Inspectors
of Hour, coal, li.piors, tVe.; also V harfmasterand
Ke. iK r or Alms House.
The proposition to
the new stalls in the
addition to Preston street market, at auction,
was referred to Committee on Public Works.
A communication from the Street Commissioner, proposii-o- . sundry improvements and repairs to streets, was referred to Street Commission of
and Western districts.
XIr. (iilliss, from the Finance Committee reported sundry ordinances levying all necessary
taxes for the fiscal year ending March !, IsOl,
Tax for City Purposes,
House of Iiclu;e,
levying a tax for creeling a
House of Kcfuge contained a provision that the
money collected this year should be expended
in building all necessary houses, and not ou the
improvement of the grounds, was stricken out
on a vote of S to 7.
A resolution was passed providing for the election of city otllecrs on Friday night next.
The annual meeting of the Kentucky State
Xledical Association was held in Bardstown, on
Wednesd-iaad Thursday, the ISth.inst. Professor K. Ii. Palmer, of this city, was chosen Presi-
The following new members of the association
were elected, viz: Drs. XV. A. Hickman and A
K. Cox, of Bardstown; Drs. G. XV. Formcn and
Orion Cox, of Nelson county; Drs. Crillith and
Hobbs, of Xlt. Washington; Dr. Overton, of
and Dr. Torter, of Henry.
Reports of Committees appointed ct the last
session were called for. None of the Committeemen being present, except Prof, rainier, of
Louisville, they were continued. Dr. Palmer
made an extremely interesting verbal report on
"Improvements in Surgery."
Wednesday uii;ht the retiring President, Dr.
C. P. XIattingly, delivered an interesting address
on the importance and advantages of State and
county Xledical Organizations.
On Thursday morning, Dr. Spillnian, of
who had been appointed ou the Committee on Xledical Biography read extremely interesting biographical tketches of some of the
early eminent physicians of Kentucky.
The President was empowered to appoint delegates to the American Medical Association,and
to the Pharmaceutical Convention in Washington
The Convention then adjourned to meet iu
Owcnsbora on the third Wednesday of April,
As our iMii'day edition will hereafter I.e d;div-ere- d
In n exprecsly
ordered, tliose who
want it uhmild 1 aveiheir name-saour eountini:- rouiu or with the caniers.
Advertisers who wiU tlnir advertisenu iits in- scr: i'd in the Si nday C'OriiiRR, which is read
and seen by ev.ryloiily, aro re.iuesicd to send in
early as convenient.
advertisers will bo
inserted on liberal Unas.
Tiie cariicrs who iiureha.-their routes, will
I'umisli the Co; i;:i:r t.) tlieir sul'serihcrs, every
day, Sunday iueluded, firl.
j er week,
Suhsi lilx rs to tiie Si nday Coirier alone, will
be ei:;i; lied by the carriers at 15 cents a month.
Divorce Laws ix Indi ana not Legal in Kex"
Ti t KY. During the late term of the Circuit
Court in Covington, a suit was LrotiL.ht u;i for
tiie! which tested the laws of divorce of Indiana
win n applied to a citizen of Kentucky. As we
hard the incidents in the ease, some two years
or th re;;! in'.its, .in indi idual residi;.!' in
Kenttdi county, by the panic of Owen II. l'outll,
of a ife and child, cnii-- I
Km;., in the
luitd to the Slate of Indiana, detlarcd himself a.
and brought suit in one of the courts of
th.'.t State li.r a divorce, and obtained it even l,e-- j
forj he had acquired citizenship.
r pudioted his wife, i:t accordance Willi the laws
t.f Indiana, he came back to Kenton county, his
actual residence, and learned another wt man,
v. h i has
added a youi'irster to Lis house- hoM.
view of the fact that Mr. Powell had thus
obtained a divorce, XI rs. Dorcas Powell, tiie re-- j
pu.Ii.ited wile, comes forward and makes an ap-- I
plication in the Circuit Court for a divorce from
her husband, and nkiiif; in her plea that alimo-- I
Tl:e evidence in the case was
n y be allowed.
heard, and when concluded, Judojc Xloore, in
Ids opinion, declared that the tourse
l ui'siied by XIr. Powell, in irointf to the Slate of
Indiana to procure a divorce from his wife, was
ailn farce; Powell was a citizen of Kentucky, and
therefore no ktral divorce could be granted by
any Court in Indiana; the piaintitli XIrs. Dorcas
Powell, was then the
" ifr of Owen II.
Powell, and the Circuit Court over which he presided had no power to decree a divorce.
The result of the trial placed XIr. Powell in
rather an unpleasant predicament, for according
to the decision of an Indiana Court he had two
wives, though a Kentucky Court allowed him
This decision of Judirc Xloore may debut
ter others from eoiKinitting the same
;;Vv"e nr.; rcijucsted by XIr. C. C. Spencer to
for Ca;t. Jus. V,'. Uransay that his 6ale
ium, will be as follows : At 11 o'clock A. M., the
stable on Second street, formerly owned by V.
II. Adams, will be sold on the following terms
cash, balance in one and two years
with interest and lien. The sale: of his brood
mares with "John Henry" colts, will be on
three and six months credit with interest added.
His country teat (handsomely improved) will be
sold on Very liberal terms, which will be made
known at the sale. The sale of the country
seat and stock will take place at 3 o'clock P. XI.
Ileal estate aud stock buyers will t.f course attend.
Dratii of Col. Jaues
to lc-.r-n that Col. Juiues Monroe, the third sou
of the late Hon. Uen. Xloiiroe, died at his resi
deuce in Frankfort, t;f consumption, on the
morning of the "0;h iust. Col. Xlonroe commanded a company of Kentucky volunteers ut
the memorable battle of Iiucna Vista, on the 2M
and 23d of February, IS 17, and afterwards represented Franklin county in the Kentucky Legislature,
lie was noble in person aud noble iu
He had extraordinary talent, and
stood hiirh in the lei;al profession, (f which he
v, as an honored und honorable
men had fairer promises of a hm":, useful and
Tue First of the Season. Pass
evening our attention was
directed to some old acquaintances that we have
not seen for many a moon. These were no hss
than some superb tomatoes, rare, red, and ripe.
Xicssrs. CawicH tic Co. had just received them
from the sunny South, together with turtle and
oilier delicacies, calculated to make an epicure
rejoice that lie was born in so excellent a place.
ine; by XValkcr's last
Z'ir Pot lock's boring, morticing, and drilling
machine appears to be creating much excitement
amont; our mechanics, as it supplies a
portable hand power, sure and cliectual in its
operations, which they have lour desired. The
very low rate at which they may be manufactured and sold, places them within the reach of
almost every our. See advertisement in another
XIr. Spencer s.el!s this morning at 10
o'clock, by order of the Administrator of Lewis
Haddock, deccawed, alarge lot of household furniture nt his late residence on fireen street, between First and Second, to w hich we call the
special attenlion of the ladies and furniture
city, this w eek, is tilled with our
fair country cousins, audas they all are, no doubt,
(food housekeepers, they should mpply themselves with Hurley's Celebrated Quirk Ycaft,
before they return, lie sure you ex t the ueuuine.
Lr.cTi RE3 ox the Creed. The rector of
Christ Church will deliver his fourth lecture on
the Christian Creed
vice to commence at a quarter before 8. All the
Beats are lice.
;T"Sce card of "Know Thyself,
Charge," iu auuther toluum.
ROAUD OF ALDERMEN.
resigned his clerkship. A
motion was, then nude to l'.i into an election,
v.henJ. W. Tompkins was reelected Clerk, he
vo Vots, und It. A. Hamilton thrie
rcsoluti n passed both Hoards P meet in
joint session on Friday, April; i!Tth, PS A), at Sj;
State 3Iedical Society.
BLACK AXD FAXi V DIIESS
Schocley's Patent Refrigerators,
t ".Marri i s and Death notices 5.V f .r each Insertion.
-- "Calis f..r. and proce-diof. political ward luectinis
will i.e char-.d iialf price.
Sf'N'oyearlv contra, ts made, by which advertiser has
tin privilege, f chan'int; uiatier or stj le of caid vvithout
ad l't: inal dial ire.
pa. et !l tin. Kl. as xt.w I.
menis dircct-- tl tv be PisPLiTliD, orsi-tichar-cdouble
in W ELKI.Y COURIER ten cents a
each insertion, ai.d no abatement fur leimtU or
CiyTnAXsifcXT ADVtl'.TI.slXU MUrT UK Pill) nR II ad- -
I.Ol l ILLE, KY.
LZlzf 'Sv in any styleex.t-tii-si. .1. at short notice, and
att, nth. river, to th- Newspapers, AC
01 .....s.e. raq.phl-t- s.
:ry"id,A.NK ROOKS load, to order.
STOVES AND TINWARE,
lor in advatic
r.ll tlic coniincivial,
VXD DEALERS IV SCHOOL Ac. No. 5)1 Market HOOKS.
lietaeen Second and Third, and suutlieast corn, r of Mara 'i dANiui
ket and Preston sire. le. Louisvi'lc, Ky.
Look Binding executed
TS connection Tenth our Saw Mill, we have opened willYard furand Walnut streets, where we
nish Pry Pine Hoards, Flooring Shinides. Joists, Scai.tlin,
and all other buildiuK mat- rials iri o ir line.
In fw-- t evervthinrusaally found in a first class house,
T., BET. FOl RTII AXD FIFTH.
HAS assortment from the East with a larce the season,
of new Goods, suitable to
cjnai.tiiii: in part of
Rich patterns in Silku, fancy;
AXD DEALERS IX
1. I.E, KY.
of all kiin. Is of Ornaments f rexte- of Roih lin-such as CapitxU. for
f..r Cornices. Doors.
Caps. I ck-s
of every variety of
ntei pieces. Rti!,i.i:nrs
f tlic latest an.
modern st;. it. always
on exhibition at the Works'.
STireiilars with reference
and pi - he; t.i be had on application.
January I. lof).
I860. SPRING TRADE. 1860.
( lams, S!ic!l Oysters,
,'hoo.i.ti cotriTi.ii. and the Court of
u,rtii (,t c.uirt Place.
Oiiicc on k iftu street, fuur do-plO
rXDFHthe National Hotel. The undcrs'unied in- - 'b s .rtnient ..f ev-descri'.iable article, includini
toliowinz. ail of ahicil are olh re.l on ac. o.uo.
jewelry: l..t.il.taii-..- , I'enL
ml. JeU Miniature. Ac: Chains. Lockets. Rin.-s- . Ac- and Aiiicric.,11 Gold and Silver
optic Glasses, rurveyors tompasses.
Watchmakers' Materials. MauuTacturer of Mlveraare; Ue- every dcpa.-- t r.ent.
inn 1. ."lain street.
under tne style of . A J. 1KI'PEX. hai
ciiaoiVHd hy mutual eoiisent on the 7th inst. Kilher
aiitiiorized to uae the iiauxe of the coaceru in
wlio are ind. bted to the eoneem will pleaM
rail and nuke a settlement at their earhe.-- t convenience,
tij e iah to Uave the trouka cloaed a soon an poihle.
Louisville. April 10.
XO I U E.
will enn'hiue the MEItCIl AXT TAIL-J- .
tuisina at the old stand
oUIMiand FI'KM-IIIX- .i
where lie will tie
f H. J. Happen. No. 4: h Main
ileas'd t a ait unou hi old fneuda and ninny new one.
rpnF. partnoraliip cfSTlliMAX k MERRIWETIIER U
AXD KKTAIL HEJLKU I!t
Fine S: ectaclcs, to suit all eyes
l.y mutual consent.
of C. iovnell in the Louisville Woolen Mill.:.
ili roptiDQi- the husioeM in his oa n name, and settle all
tue aUair of tlie lute firm at Ida otuce. No. r.i W all atroet.
U.nsvtu.r, AnrU 13th, 1
Falls City Terra Cotta Works,
erUtinr ttnder the sy'.e
JL of KM HAklM)N A lii:nUNEl.L.i.-t:iidyiiihHdv--
uca.oDttie inot literal Itrms.
JLrE h. LLL, President.
HtsuT Pkm. Secretary.
Corner of Fifth and Market sts., Louisville, Ky.
rNPERSiCNTD HAVE PEMOVED TO TIIE
buihhmr. corner Fiftn and Market s's.
re t..ey have opened a lar.re and complete stock of
; his. s.r.d Jettelrv.
This assortment cornpri-e- s
and Swiss WaU'iiw. and Jewelry of their own
ot the riche-- t and lno-- t eh irant style? a I. d
also. Clocks ol toe
u:u;iulacturc, and Mlver
WeinuteCe at'etition of pt:rchaser. tivA plcdiecur- !v - to sell as low Ma call behi u :i.t ill ti.C East.
Watchca and Jewelry
Cflli'iTiioiids are set to
rev: .r.il Hnd warranted.
price paid for Caii'in.ia C.I.!.
. W. iiaruaw.)
Comt'sny i eneairod In a rneral
MARINE ANli Fii'.K IX.--l KAXCE Lui- -
Di.tinouus, Watchc, Clocks, Jcivclry,
tie r:ti.k of
of Ma-ftreet. opposite the
over the etore of
htl CarnalhlK. tiken
In ti ls department I nave a Iar-rEl V E SPECTACLE?.
variety, and aiu determined to merit a continuance ol the
li'cr-patronajre that I have received for years past. lic- w arranted m ex ery ease.
has charne of the Vat h Makine Tie- J. R.
M. C KAMsEi.
Viitches, ClocUt., Silver and Platedware,
T MY' XEW AXD
ARE PLATED WAKE.
uusimia of Cor d. Pearl.
.tyles, iu variety, and
JEW El RY. Ricu and
at prices to i lease every ta te.
A I CUES.
Ensrlish. Su iss. and American. In Gold or
Pile r cases, duralile in quality and at I rices that cannot
fail to meet the wants of all.
ci.ot Us constantly on bund, the lanrc.-- t a'sortient in
SocUtv. Charitable, and Political Notices,
it's, rt ,! f .r .Vac the III st. and Sh- for e ach sul. tUent ini"
sertion, and killuot he published unless paid L.r in
I Ft ERINO.VJl Main street, lid
'Vlo"i 'clow Third,
of all kinds of Dlat.k Looks, and
V kecpcitist intiyon hand a l.iru-or retail.
for s,u.-- eolieral whole.-akblank RooVs made to o.h r
Merchants and ot:ers
Can have the'i: ruled and hound to any paper mid paf.'cd iu
and accurate tyle.
roTOT M i!n and llulliti street, fernnd utory of
Xeacomb" liuiidi::. entrance on Main tlret't.il
TliiS Company cont't:ue to niake Innr- tne ier:i or navn.'-aiice
q on riiips. Meamhoat-- . and toeir
or Fire on Yerl and
buiidiic and in Hurl, and
Aloises a.u coubenlg.
JVAZS TEALCE. Presideut.
Abhim II:te, Secretary.
Yice Prcsi Jeot,
eintif;l tilKiliS. SiLVkRVt
J hu K. Alien,
and vl ;rl ei.h
Mrs. Pryat.t will remttiti to receive and
' wait upon her friends and the public at
her old st.wd. while Mr. Mdh raiil be pleas, d to ait on
rustoiners at the staDd No. ll.
Or.b rs promptly tilled. Packa.cs delivered in ti e city
I "aval K Y u:,e.
K m. F. Nm.i..v.
J.'hii S. Ilraubfn.
J"hu T. .Moore.
or ri itst
st, u.i e one 1001. fi.
re two months
isquare six months
ire clianiMbie we, kly lo: twh e a week i"'.
square cliaiuaide weekly, six niontiis iX; f .r
three n.oMhs 5"J '.
Editorial noiices. intet'.deil to draw attetiticn to
ntinvt ntions. impro einents,
iintl articles fj, sale, ttiilbe eharaedat the rate of taeiity
T II I it IJ S T
I'jiid in and Scoured
Ui rii on rlipi:.enf t y Meaiu'ooaU. !
the iuia1 uumI. of in'.H'id transportation;
and rmtli airainfl lo&a or d&majre ty
; "1 :.c
Those wishinto purchase will please call on us and
style, quality and prices. It will not incur tiie least
oldi nations to luirchase.
J0n KITT5 CO.. Main street
R iXt'E COMPANY,
No. fc) Wall street, Xew York.
Capital and Surplus
THE underlined. Arctit of tiie hove re- .11 do a reiieral Fire In- liable Coneomies.
at tbe lowest established
as usual, promptly adjusted
iu- a return of the pvtrnnan of lib" fonuer friends
In Luu- l.aak.ea, auuof Uie pubuc iccaerijiy.
AXD OTHERS OF TIIE MO.-- T DEIR- able kind. Etiplish.Sm iss. and American
Xo. 14 Wall street. New York.
1'IIIS. FRODSII W,
F. C. AD1MS & SOXS,
in COAL, Third stn
nc 0:1 whand a ih.. supply of Pi
bur.-anCoal, hu ll th y are prepared to
flimi.'i in iartc quantities or by
to meet the
of purchaser., i n.y invite particular attention to their
upsrer Coal. Orders pi omptlv att. n.h .l to.
Main and .Market street J.
ATLlM'iC FIRE IXrl'R M'E t OMPAXY,
RYHY keeps constantly on hand a larce
the i.- -t
and You. hiojhenv Coal.
Also the "Harttord Ciiy
e better for steam or
by many families ot the cilv. who
pronounce it nearly cpial 1.1 Pitt burc and superior t
any oil,, r n,. in ue for slcaiu and family purposes.
lair trial of il. and
ii r ii.t il wilt e.ve sa'islac-lion- .
ahoh-sahand retail at the lowest c
Fourth street, below Main, and Tl.ii d
mice, ca-- t
SUvet. betwev Main and Malket.
' LOUISVILLE CUURIEK ritlXTIXG
Uii ler an Ai t if Iiic.rp'r:.ti'iri iT:uitcti y the Koiitutky
SILVERWAR- E- have now on hand a verv
t.K'k of FAXCY AXI PLAIN ML "
UtK a..loi:t...t f.
as f .r or.linarv nurroses Th atvl.ia
flUKu l.etle! apiTeel .ted l.y st eilltt tlleln than l.y ilcactip-tioll- .
It will allord til- - ..eas ire to show thenl.
WM. KKMIRK'K. 71 Third street.
lxlR i( E COMPAW,
Xo. SI Pine street, Xew York.
Tliir Company d..e business on the mutual plmn. return-In- r
of liicpronu uf the
b the policy holders
F. f .r sale at all tiimw.
v the lur.-and at retail,
-- t quality of PI
al the lowest market price.
t o.VL. Also. LLECii I.OTIOM Co.vL i.t mui fi
law, r rates,
J. N. IvEi.l.tn.ti.
Third street, n ir corner of Main.
IIAVIXH Jl '."T RETl'KXFI) FROM THE
would call attention to the la rue stock
of t Alt liKs. JEW IXitV, MLI
TEDH ARE that we have ever offered for
ale. and a hich embraces a Very rich variety ill eacti department, many ot aiiicii are uianutactured to order, an
ail procured at the lowest cash prices, a hich enahh-in
to oiler them a low as can be fouud elseaiiere. Ail war
ranted as represented.
tlcpln and examine for yourself at
3 I THIRD STRI ET.
liet. MaJu and Market.
I H AVE KECEVTI.Y RECEIVED a vcrv heanti-VJi- '
SIl.VKIS TEA SET. aiao
MtllML-V- EKtVTtii Tl'KENE.
71 Third st.
WATCHES AM JEWELRY
of Emvlif.i and t.eneia
.'8 ail er cases. I i which a;ieci.il atientiou
te.l; a'so aiarje variety of Chains and Jcwclrv of
lai. s. st. les. just received, an. I to hi. h 1 am maaiiii; f:
Call and e inine at
M. KS.MHtlt K H. 71 Third street.
COOPHlF FIRE IJisL'ttASE CO.. of Ne
M Sew York
KENTUCKY, SATURDAY MORNING,
of Hartford Conn.
Capital and Surplus
tne Vcj lo
";lvlmn most ml iirt.THiln.ijmiid''J
proaertv. uhI Hie lives i.f
Utter fro,,! Joh,i , Morris
Hi Visit to iwytri
from Loudon, ou the
ult., as follow.
w ednesday I , ''ok a run down to Xew-O- n
trainius quariers. I
mars., to see Sayers at
ju,, M ,
arm, J tlire at seven o'clc .r,
lo ridt5 la
started Irom the station in
.. 1. . I saw two men who also WlJ ju,,
o. . .a that had am Veil at the Wlae j4rk. ajid
" "" au"'.r. it was neuu
:. .1 see t.ie fat es of the
toward me, but there u
tioii.' ab..Lt t :
k t.l the head and neck t
smallest i t. that maiie me recognize Liu, mi
once. V.hea Th y he.ir.lme LadooiZo-tthe di.-V'- r
y '""ked around, mm :?s 1 gut out,
Stsyers wai.i. d up to me, and putting out his
bind. S od: "1 :us is XIr. Morri.-.-.eI believe."
Aiv mends v.,;;, had be. a down
iu advance of
me, and wh., i. ,wr came toward us, were
liitroipue : .1 round, and the whole party of
star:.u;. t , t;,e While Hart Hotel,
us, ana we pa,s--- d the eveu-in- g
o 1 lock. .Mr. Fuller,
- .... r;, :n very anxious he should the trainerand
g ito U-early, but he very positively said
al l not hurry iii.i.self, and staid, as I
you, till after ten.
1 he next morning I took
breakfast with Lim,
as aiso d.d .Mr. Berghaus, an
artist, who wai
sent nut in the s,t;i.e snip, W;til
L. sue to illustrate the
stripped for him, and "put up his bands"
make a good Lk. rtcss of hi,,,. aatl
snowed him everything from his lightin" shoes
to tae buttons of his shirt. He is tue besl m;luu
man ot his M I t.vtr ?:IW, and his confidence 1a
His system of training is ihtfereut Jroia
that of any man you ever heard of no .jurriii"
no lighting of bugs, no nonsense of any sort!
and he does at any and all t,nies, pretty much
Wnat he Iceis like (o;ng nt the mouienL
week I shall probably g. down to Newmarket to
remain w iih him until the tight, and as I have)
got a hi tie in, re ihsh ou nie man I want, I shall
u..t object to taking a part of his work with h;n
day in and dey out, till the great ev.-ncomes oil
lie did not show any inquisitiveness about
at ail, but looks upon the tight as a sure,
thing. He has laid
money at six to
four, and when 1 toi l Lim that amou'g the last
th.ugs I did 0:1 having was to make two largo
bets on hint at live to four, he regretted that he
coull not get the cliauee for such an in vestment
The International Mill.
Lli-'AND SPECIIE3 OF STEI'TTEN A. Doi'OLAS.
V.'c have received from F. A. Crump, SI Founh
street, a handsome duodecimo, embracing tha
record of the life of the distinguished Illinois
Senator, together with most of his important
spteches. This is, of course, intended as a campaign document, and in the contingency of XIr
Douglas' nomination, will prove not only of great
Interest, but exceeding value. It narrntes all
that the Little Giant has performed, is enthusiastic in tone, and will meet the cordial approbation of his admirers.
Xlessrs. Daly it Jackson of New York, are the
publishers, and they have performed their task
with the usual good taste of that publishing et-- t
Theater. The theater was crowded last
night with the beauty and fashion of the city, a
tilting and worthy tribute to the graceful aud
accomplished actress, on t lie occasion of her second benefit. The beautiful little play by John
Howard Payne, of tkiri, was performed most
Xlits Richings played the part of
Clari wilh tenderness, pathos, and wonderful
truth to nature. In this and similar parts, f he
displays an excellence most rare, aud worthy of
ail homage and admiration. The musical interlude between the pieces, was the cause of more
enthusiasm and applause than we arc accustomed
to expect from a quiet undemonstrative audience of a Friday night.
Xliss Riehingn makes her last appearance for the season, playing in two pieces "Love
iu '7ii," and the "Little Savage"
the benefit of Peter Itiehinifs, the veteran AuierL
can actor. XIr. Richings plays Haversack in the
''Old Guard." It is unnecessary to assert that he
will play it iu a masterly and finished style. We
hope that the last appearance of XIr. and Xliss
Richings will be to a good house, one worthy
of these two accomplished artistes.
Installation ok Rev. XIu. Hoyt. The very
intereeting exercises connected with the installation of Rev. T. A. Hoyt, as pastor of the First
Presbv terian church, took place last evening. A
large audience was present, and inoe-- t of the
Presbyterian ministers of the city particitutcd iu
the services. Rev. Dr. Robinson preached the
sermon usual ou tuch occasions, and the Rev.
XIr. Rice delivered the charge to the new pastor.
XIr. Hoyt is a gentleman of line taleuts, and
since his brief connection w ith the First churth,
h is not only won the admiration and esteem of
his own congregation, but the majority of our
He occupies a very important aud
commending position as pastor of the eldest and
leading Church of Lis denomination in the city.
We can only hope that his career may be as long
and attended with as much good as was that of
his reverend predecessor, Dr. Breckinridge,
whose praise, after a generation's service with
that Church, was spoken from the hearts of all.
Enrollment. The " Nelson Greys " of Bardstown, were mustered into the State Guard on
Thursday last, by Col. C. D. Pcnnebaker, of
Louisville. The following officers were reelected:
Captain J. C. Wicklifle ; 1st Lieut. N. A.
Crouch; 2J Lieut. Howard Hyucs; lid Lieut
Wm. N. Beckham.
After the election and enrollment Col. Pcnnebaker addressed the company, which was happily responded to by Caj-.tWieklitfe.
ijrThe Oppositionists, Union party, Americans, or whatever they may be styled, of Ohio,
were in convention at Columbus, on Wednesday.
They appointed delegates to the Baltimore Convention, and expressed their first profcrtnea for
Bell, of Tennessee, for the Presidency, and for
McLean, of Ohio, as the second. Mr. Crittenden
was voted for, but his friends were few and far
The convention numbered about one
Heavy Storm. Yesterday afternoon a very
heavy storm of w hid and rain prevailed alongthe
line of the Louisville and Lexington railroad, detaining the evening train for the city about
forty minutes. At Bagdad and North Benson
freight cars w ere blown from the track and con
siderable damage was done to fencing and
It turns out that the
Johnson, Cincinnati, to whom
was addressed the box containing the runaway
negro forwarded by express from Nashville, is no
less a distinguished female than Miss Delia A.
Wt b.ter, late of our Kentucky penitentiary, and
notorious for her negro stealing propensities.
In Advance. We are indebted to our friend
Bull of tiie Adams Express for the Bardstown
Gazette of this morning, delivered us last evening. This is annihilating time and space, but it
is a way the Adams Company und Its messengers
have of doing business.
April continues to sustain its reputation
as the month of sunshine and showers.
day there was a, continual alteration, and it waa
dillicult to determine for five minutes at any one
time the character of the weather.
Divorce. In the chancery court yesterday the
chancellor granted a divorce to Daniel Talbott
from his wife Ellen XL Talbott, on the ground of
Boarding. XIrs. Barnes, Fifth street, between
Green and Walnut, will rent her front parlor
newly papered and furnished to a genteel family without children.
Kavanaugh has appointed Col. J.
P. Barbour, Clerk of the Washington Circuit
Court, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death
of Us, Starr, until the August tkttiuij.
Th" etvvp:ipt.r Law.
recent act of the Legislature providing for
the publication of judicial sabs in Jctl'ersou
county, in the daily j,i;nrs of this city, has been
facetiously termed the "Newspaper Law," but a
literal construction of it WolilJ have entitled it
more st; Lt! to the name of a "Stay Law," as it
would have prevented the collection of debts in
our courts v. ithout the tri it'tit ruiic,. ,f (f.t
A case involving the merits of the matter was,
by agreement, submitted to Judge Logan, of
the Chancery Court, who ren.lercdthe subjoined
The Marshal, in substance,
of an order adjudging
the sale of property, because of his inability to
(in writing) of defendant to
said s.de. Here Is Judge Logan's decision :
Forth Louisville Courier
Kentucky Stale .Medical So.
Clark, 'tve. j
I: seems to the Court that the
Marshal is itisnllich nt to prevent a sale of the
pr.:-rtin a.iy aspect of the case.
approved February 'JTtli, IvkT, (if applicable at this time to the "case) should not be
enforced to prevent a sale. If the net be taken
liiendly a sale could not be made without first
o! mining in writing the assent of defendant to
one or ii, ore daily newspapers, in which to advertise the sale, and filing the w riling previous
to the sale in this Court. A literal construction
of Hie act Would put it in the power of defendant
to prt vent a sale of his property by w ithdrawing
and a literal construction
wm:!, I impose upon the plaintiil, or upon the
.Marsha!, tue trouble of getting the wr.ttt u assent, whb-- sometimes might be impossible bv
reason of th.t defendant's disability to five ah
assent in writing, or by reason of the plaintid or
.Marshal not being able to lind the defeudant, or
by reason of defendant's own contumacy even
w hen he might be found.
It seems to me that
the act thus literally interpreted w ould be un-
But tiie act (I think) can be so interpreted as
to be constitutional, aud that is by understanding it as if it read thus :
"That all sales made und 'r execution in the
county of Jeirerson and city of Louisville, and
all sales under decree of the Louisville Chanccrv
Court for the sum of 00, aud above that amount,
xhftll be advertised, i:c., in one or more daily
news; apers published in the city of Louisville.
But the papers tuny b.. selected by the defendant
whose assent In writing shall be first given by
him and tiled in the Court rendering the judgment or decree previous to the sale."
The act, if thus written, might be understood
as merely a privilege upon the defendant to designate in writing the paper iu which to advertise
the sale. And if he should not choose to exercise that privilege, or could not do it by reason
of infancy, or any other cans.', it would be his
own fault or misfortune.
And the want
the paper in writing could be no obstacle to the XluXshal's complying- with the former
part of the law, which eprc-l- y says "that all
sah-be advertised in one or more daily
newspapers published in the city of Louisville."'
w ill be auI think, therefore, that the
thorized to adviTt'se the sale in question in one
or m ire daily newspapers, even though tiie assent of the defendant lias not yet been obtained.
But whether the Marshal is authorized
the sale in question in a newspaper or
not, he cannot legally refuse to make the sale
which has heretoti ire been ordered by this Court.
He cannot excuse himself upon the grounds set
forth ia his response; he should proceed to execute the order of the Court wtihuut waiting to
get the assent of defendant in writing to any particular newspaper in which to advertise the
Wherefore it is adjudged and ordered that the
sale be made absolute.
Foreign Restrictions on Tobacco. The
President's message concerning the duties on
tobacco in foreign countries shows, 1st, that the
French Government will not surrender or modify its monopoly of tho manufacture and sale cf
tobacco within the French empire; 2J, that the
Government of the Netherlands is more liberal,
and that their duty on foreign tobacco is so
ihe agricultural interest of the Netherlands
do;. lands a higher protective duty against Anur-lea- n
tobacco: and od, that the Government of
has not increased the duty on tobacco,
though a movement to that end has been made.
Our trade in tobacco w ith Great Britain, France,
Spain, Portugal, Austria, Biazil, and other foreign nations, therefore remains clogged with restrictions and limitations wholly inconsistent
with that fair and reciprocal condition of commerce which ought to exist between ihc United
States uin! those cations respectively, and is,
therefore, unsatisfactory to the States of Virginia, .Maryland, Kentucky, au t other tobacco-growin- g
Importations tF Wine. Within a few mouths
past .Messrs. Graf cc Wcyd, of this city, have
paid 'into the L S. cu toin house oiliee of this
port over four thousand dollars for duties on importation of w inc. They have intimate buciuess
relations with the largest vintners of Europe aud
import direct from the grape presses.
Yt'e w ere yesterday favored with specimens of
their Rhine wine in sundry
containing the most delicious juice of the grape
that had blushed and purpled on the banks of
the famed legendary river.
Xlessrs. Graf ev Weyd, on Xl.iin street, have
very extensive cellars and are prepared to furnish all their friends and the public generally
w ith the choicest article of the best vintages for
The Nativity and Last Si ppeu This is,
we understand, the last day of tiie exhibition uf
the wax statuary, illustrative of the' above mentioned memorable scenes of Scriptural history.
Those of our citizens v. ho have not yet visited
this remarkably significant exhibition, should
not fail availing themselves of this final opportunity.
XIr. Vanuuchi has prepared these works of art
at great cost and long labor, and ho well deserves
remuneration for his expenditure of time and
In Darkness. The region of XIain, Bullitt,
Sixth and other portions of the city iu that vicinity suffered for sonic time hist night from
had missed his condarkness. The
nection and failed to illuminate the streets. Of
coarse it is only necessary to tali the attention
of the Gas Company to this neglect to have it
Demolishing a House. John Treanor, of the
police, committed to jail yesterday two individuals, named XIartin Mullen and Thos. Boylen, for
breaking the windows and door of the dwelling
of XIrs. XIaria Kelly, who lives on XIarket street,
between Clay and Shelby.
Ileal Cstate Transaction.
The following are the transfers of real estate
for which deeds have been issued, for the week
ending April 30th, 1ST.0:
K. W. Ronald to C. C. Kobinson, Slhyl:i5
feet ou JeUerson, west of Eighteenth st.
II. Dekt-- to A. Ji'tig. i'0 hy !7 feet on Rose
Lane, between Hancock and Clay sis
go hy 75
Jim. YV. Seott to C. .Montgomery,
feet on lirccfcinridge, west of Hancock st.
J. K. tihccns to J. W. Scott, lo by 150 feet.
corner Krvckiuridge and Hancock sts. . . . l.fUHI 00
Yansant & Brewera.' hy 1:10 feet on Lytle st.
to Jno. Swindler. 41,'j
acres ou Mill Crock hi Jetierson county.. Loo! CO
Vansant tt l'.rewer to Jan. liauncpleia. gJ,V
bv Pit) feet on Lvtle st
J ll.VaiisanttuAi.il 0"Xeil,2j hy Pitt feet
Same th Penj. Mcljacse. ir- -' i hy Pju feet, ad- 2"i 00
Van-aJc liievti r to T.f. Puiiicrov, !'.'... hy
Ho feet 011 bank s:
S itne to I hi istine Farrcl 25 by
R.isa Ann Hughes to K. Van Hainan, id ieet
inches on Third st
Same to V. Miultz 25 feel adjoining the
VV. 11. Funvood to A. t.upton. 17.'... feet
leasehold on Jell'ersou, Oct v ecu Prook
ami r lovd
fc Co. to Win. XL Motn.lv, lot
N. O. W
E. I), llnbbs to Ih.rr 11. McCown, 2h aires ou
L. & K. Railroad
E. I). Hiihbs to Sarah Pope, 50 acres ou
by M feet ou
D. Laviclleto V. Itankiti.
tireen. east of Eleventh st
Mary El. Preston to Wm. C. Preston, lot of
miles from cilv
W. P. Do Wolf to V.Wetzel, SO by EC, feet nil
Xlain,bctwc"n Sixteenth and Seventeenth
to Jacob Mcrkcr.
Geo. M. Sreah-feet on Ninth, s.iiuh or Market
to Par. Tienmy. ,1 hy pit feet
on Chestnut, east of Sixteenth st
S. S. Jones to W. I.. Matthews. 2'i foot :I
inches by 1(15, corner l.ravson and Seventeen! list- W. K. Dml-- t',
administrator of Anson t(.
Pheltis. to S. .1. Hare, 2l.l by 210 feet ou
tirayson and Mulberry sis
Ceo. Zorn, 23 feet b'v
inches hv '.to feet on Third st
Ish.im UcmliTsiiutoB.il. Hortisby. 21 hv p)
on Main, east of Nineteenth; 12 feet li
inches by 110 on Nineteenth south of
Main; IS by Union M: ia east of N iiietce.uh;
'.he ti feet" ti inches by 110 on Nineteenth
soiitiiof Main: half lit 2'I feet :i inches hy
lilt on Seventeenth st. smith of Main;
half of 21 by I'M comer of Ma: and Nineteenth sts : luilfof ts bv lil I'orucr E:jhtlecnth anil Main sts...'.
M. Pliestcr to J. K. Howell. M by 2o0 feet ou
Third st.. soiithof llreckinritlge
F. Carter to llcnrv Smith, Jl bv !5 feel oil
Third St.. between Main amlVi atcr
Vansant tt l'.rewer to Frank Done, Si feet hy
120 oil l ytic st
'!, 5eX) 00
Times has the following:
"We learuthat in Suiliel I, the Abolition Board
a man lo vote who had already voted
fici'ov in Massachusetts
during the past twelve
months. He voted, of course, the Abolition ticket. Other equally llagraut cases are reported
from that tow n."
Mississippi seems tobe suffering for want
of min quite as much as this State. The present
month has iu most places been unusually dry,
vegetation and retarding, the grow th of
thy joupoj crop.
meeting ot the Kentucky State
Medical Sim ii ty nu t in Bard-tuwApt.l lsth
Dr. B. XI. Wible was api oii.te.i eeretary
iu the absence cf i)r. S. M. Leeds-'
The following Hew members wti- t lei tel. viz:
Drs. E. II. Lucketl, W. L. Stirman, S. l Hub!'
1). J. Griliith.O. XI. Coy, G. V. For. nau, J. W."
Benson, A. K. Cox, W. A. lliek::i.i:i, and Burr
The following gentlemen were contlnui d ns
chairmen of the Standing Committees, viz Public Hcgeine
Dr. C. XI. Sliced, of Frankfort.
Practice of Mediciue
Dr. W. B. Caldwell, cf
Improvements in Surgcrv Dr. B. R. Palmer,
Dr. L G. Pav, of Paris.
Ob,utrics Dr. J. llardm, Louisville.
On Uses and Abuses of the Speculum Uteri
Dr. W. K. Evans, .McAfee.
Mineral Waters of Kentucky Dr. IJobt. Peter,
Dr. Keller, F.ivette count v.
iii Meade Count v Dr.
IL K. Puiev, Xleade county.
Legal .Medicine with Spet i t! R. ference to the
Question of Unsoundness of Negroes
Dr. E. L.
Dudh y, Lexington.
Dr. Silrm m, Owensboro.
The following were elected otlietrj for the en
suing vear. viz :
Dr. B. R. Palmer, Louisville.
Fir-- t Vice President
Dr. S. M. Hobbs, Mount
Vice rresidi nt G. II. Luckett,
Dr. S. XI. Btmi-s- ,
Corrisponding Secretary Dr. A O.
Treasurer Dr. XV. H. Hickman, Rirdstowa.
Librarian Dr. B. XL Wible, Louisvilie.
Dr. J. Hardin. Louisville.
Dr. H. C. Hewitt, Louisville.
Dr. W. B. Caldwell, Louisville.
At "o'clock P. M., Dr. C. P. Xiattinglv, the retiring President, delivered a
appropriate address to a Urge and anoreciarivt;
But twoof the committee appointed
to niase reports were prepare,., vu: Dr. Pa nn-r- .
on Improvements in Surgery, and Dr. Spelnian.
The former delivered an "elegant address, Settin"
lorth some important an.l recent improvements
in the surgical art; and the latter read well written sketches of the lives of the late Dr. Tr.i:n,ll.
of Harroilsburg, Dr. XIcBravcr, of Harrodsburg,
and Dr. John be miss, of Bloomfield, Kv.
At 1 o clock, the l'.tth, the Societv adiourned
to meet at Owensboro outhe the third Wednesday in April, ltil.
Dunne the meeting of ihe SoeictT the mem
bers were treated w ilh the utmost hospitality by
the physicians and citizens of Bardstown. The
retiring president gave r:i c.itertainmcnt on the.
evening of the l'dtU, when ..e members bad tin
o; ; ortunity to meet the iii.e.leci, the beauty, and
fashion of famous old Neisou. Owing to the
railroad arrangement, many of the members
e obr.god to return to their homes without
being able to partake of a'i the festivities.
Au invitation was given and scecDted. to visit
Tue Rev. Xtr. Hazi-ltlnshowed the
extent and arrangement of the vast buildings.
The chapel at Nazareth is a perfect gem beaut i?ul
without and if possible more beautiful within. It is
anl to be t:ie unest piece ot architecture in the
;tate. It was stated that the number of voung
ladies receiving education nt this institution is
two hundred and thirty. The arrangement for
comfort and health "of this large number is
lue limine, school, recitation
and music rooms were thrown open to the visitors. The array of bright eyes, however, was
the chief attraction, even to the oldest and most
sedate. One air of br.ght eyes we saw, and
which we never can forget, was tlaucine from
the key of ihe piano to the music book; and there
were other bright eyes, too, and smiles about so
iiianv. XVe never wish to forget the scene as it
presented itself to us iu the full school-room- .
lEeportcd Expressly for theiLouisviile Ceurtcr.
Upon that hint I told him he might have tlf.;)
of my New York wagers at evens, which ho
Ia speakirg of the match ho
s;ud 11 wat an i:..er:i:ti. r.al atlair, and had never
been spoken of as anything else.
"Iore of the
I'OLICE COI IIT.
Fuiday," April V.
Or.TAiNixii Money vn deb False Pretenses.
Root. Boyd was arrested charged with obtaining
S.j 50 from XIrs. Stevenson.
She says that he
came to her house and said he wa:it" d to stay
ill night; that he g ive her a token, telling her
that 11 w.is a live dollar gold piece.
him Si U) in change, and lie left immcdiatclv.
and the next dav he went down the river. Secu
rity in j'psJto answer at the Circuit Court committed.
XVaer vnts. Peii
rah Xlvers is likewise ileST
ter Giiium security was
that he is
r Gi'.'.um took 0.1th
of Sarah Xlvers, and
cnttelv afraid of Pe
required of each in
Peace Warrant. A peace warrant sued out
Davis agaiu-- t G. C. Davis was dis-
Disorderly Csdivt. John Connor pie id
guilty of disorderly conduct and w ent to the
workhouse six months in default of s jit) baiL
Stibium:. Joseph Shoe was arraigned forun-lafully stabbing Sebastian Ann lech.
and Au eleeh went to tin.' Turners' Hall together.
and Shoe got into a diihYulty "icre, and struck a
boy, and Auieiech asked hiia wuat he done it
ft t, v. hen accused stabbed
here laid over.
The following licenses hive becu issued by the
Clerk of the Jefferson County Court for the
week ending April 30:
Electious Fowler to Elizabeth Simpson,
S. OberdotfcT to XIary Wolff.
John Vernier to Barbara Lesh r.
D. Munday to Margaret XL Crcddcu.
Jas. Loc.-c- h to Xl.itihia Ihiusch.
Adam Bush to Wilhehniua Uehm.
Edward Newu to Bridget Wade.
Henry Mann to Xlina liahn.
Patrick Xlalee to Anna Dennief.
Win. Gears to Johanna Flynu.
Jacob Ycmiawine to Caroline Ilaubcrt.
r to Margaret Fisher.
J. Fi-R. II. Forrester to Sallie Hamilton.
Edward Hetithamc to Teresa Kraz.
Frank ll mies to Louisa Boeder.
Thos. Mayriek to Bridget Fougherty.
George Kriel to Emma Stoll.
Michael A. Schneider to Pauline Reiss.
Franklin Sewell to Ftndy Bird.
Vincent Devoto to Mary Ann Sullivan.
Peter Betteh to Anna Hcimbcr.
Chits. Guhne to XIary Reppeto.
XIORE OF TUE BllOWM Col'NTY PolSONTNC, AF- -
Five Persons Dead.
some days ago an account of a poisoning affair
near Fayetlevil'.e, Brown County, Ohio, by
which, sis we stated at that time, three persons
"e have since learned that
had lost their lives.
two others have died, making a total of live who
have been lxiiaonedto death by this unfortunate :ifiair. The name of the family is Story, and
a miller having for a long time suspected them
of stealing his Hour, and being unable to detect
them, mixed some arsenic, in quite large quantities, in a bag of the article and determined to
await the result. The entire family was simultaneously seized a short time afterward with
eimtix, aud gave every symptom of having been
poisoned. Their physician discovered the deadly
mineral in the Hour, aud the mother of the fouhad stolen it. The
lly then confessed that
reputation of these persons is said to be r.uite
affair, although it caused some
bad, and the
in the neighborhood, does not appear
to have awakened any sympathy with the victims. tV.i. 7Vc.su,
Fatal Difficcltt neab H.ux Lvke A Levee Contractor Killed. About S o'clock ou
Monday night last, a difficulty occurred in the
vicinity of Horn Like, Miss., betweeu Patrick
C'oyle.'a levee contractor of this city, aud a foreman in his employ named Thos. Noouan, in the
course of which the latter seized a double-barreleshot gun aud discharged its contents at the
former. The gun was loaded with large buckshot, four or live of which took effect in the
rtght side ot Coyie, below the ribs, and several
others in his arm, indicting wounds from the effect of which he died ou the following day. The
body of the murdered man was brought lo this
city yesterday, and an imiuest held over it by
Coroner Home and jury, w ho rendered a Verdict
Noouan lied and at last acas above indicated.
counts w as still at large. MtwjJ.i V'li'tiin, l'.TA.
Suootim; Affray. As Capt. Elliot, a gent'e-ma-n
residing in this county, was reluming to his
house from his barn, where he had been feeding
his slock, w hen he had almost reached Ihe road
which runs between the house and the barn,
Frank llord, a young man rtsiding in Lewis
county, was paiug along, whttithe Captain
spoke to him, and asked I.1..1 when he had gotten back from
to vv hich he received no
answer from llord; he then asked him why he
did not speak to him; llord then replied tha: if
lie would get over iu th- - road he would tell him
the reason. The Captain then started to get over
the fence into the road, when llord dr, w a revolver and commenced Iiring at him, hiiting him
once, the ball entering his side, iiillieiing a
wound which it is feared will prove falaL llord
made his escape and has not yet been arrested.
;The Temperance nu n behaved badly the
:?other day at Salmraville, Ohio. They had arranged a member of the "Sons" for a violation of
his pledge. During the trial, a brother-in-lagave the lie to a witness, and sent it home w ith a
blow. Then followed a promiscuous tight, in
which all the movable furniture of the apartment
was shied back and forth many times, the w hole
affair winding up with a pyrotechnic display,
caused hy the upsetting of two hot stoves. This
was on Saturday; Sunday was passed
aud bravado; on Monday, two
tltrtiHt Sons of Temperance met iu the
one armed with a druggist s pestle,
with a carving knitc. 1 bus unequally
of the ei
they fought till the bystanders
The temperance cause seems to have been the
ClBCYIT Col KT. The Mercer Circuit Court
has been in session for some ten days, our capital
juilge Kavanaugn on Hie bench. Ihe case of the
Commonwealth against Herring for the hiliiug
of Worthain was tried, and Herring acquitted.
Andy Burnett, Xlaj. W. A. Hooe and CoL C. C.
Smedley represented the, Commonwealth, while
John B. and Phik B. Thompson, James Hardin
and Judge Xloore represented the defeudant.
painters of Brooklyn hare asked their
employers tor au increase of their wage. They
demau'ded ?3 a day, which it U said will be
The New York Clipper, just at hand, contains
a letter from Heeuan, and a good deal of unimportant gossip about the attempts to defeat tho
"great match," by persecuting the "boy" in Lis
training quarters. In opposition to the statement of Bell's Life, that the fight would Lake
place on the day originally named (the Pith), the
Clipper asserts positively, by authority of
that it had been again postponed from the
to the ISth inst :
nrtzNAX's LUTTEii to thk clipper.
Beoford, March 3! th, 1X).
Fbien d Frank : You will observe by the heading to this letter that we have once more been
compelled to change our quarters.
Is it not a
little singular that while I have been disturbed
no less tnan four times in my training. Savers remains at Ne market unuiolcste 1. It is certainly vexatious to be driven from place to; lice, as
I have t een; yet I do not su:fer it to disturb my
equanimity; but, on the contrary, it has the effect
to incite me to leave no lair means untried te
bailie my opponents.
1 have just received intclligt nee that Xlorrissey has arrived.
In com; any w ith Dad Cunningham
Hughes. XL irrissey has stated m the papers that
if I win my bailie with Savers, he (Xlorrissey)
wi.l fight me again, but not "otherwise. He "(a.a
to sp ir with Savers.
The news was
to yoa t ytheli.-- t
steamer that the day of fighting haa been stt
back to the Pita. F.,r certain reasons we have
again changed the time of fighting to Wednesday, the Wb day of ApriL 1 his new3 you have
in advance of the others, so make use of it in
the Clipjer. 11 i'ita continues his talk against
me La London: but neitUerh inselfnor paper can
defeat me. I w islt you woul.l send the Clipper
to my trainer. Jack McDonald, whose address I
He is a staunch friend, and his tear;
and soul are wrappe 1 up in this match.
We are all well, aud iu
spirits, and if I do
not fight and do my dutv on the 1Mb, call me a
J. C. IIEENAN.
Barvroi s Affais in iRONDBroiT A Child
Pi lled in Pieces ct a Q" ack LVktor. A
most sh.Hking a::d revolting case of human
butchery occurred in the town of Irondeotio.t
on Friday night la. t, the facts of which, as e.ici-- t
d before Coron. r iiioss, are as follows: John
Hanson is a laboring man, and works for .Mr.
I 'avid Forrest, on his farm in Irondeqtioit.
lives with his wife and children iu a small shar.ty
upon the land of Xir. Forrest, on Buy street,
about two mile from the city. On Friday night
hist, XIrs. Brunson manifested the sign which,
usually precede Hie advent t.f breathing humanity, and a young m.in named Hflloway was dis.
patched to t tie city for a physician. Having no
particular directions and being ignorant ol tho
le practitioner, he unfortulocation of
nately called upi n one George: llauek, who lives
in North street, where he has doctor's sign out,
the mess, nger reco, let ting the n from the
fact th u he had delivered a load of wood there.
H.uiek proceeded tothe house and commenced
operations., the detail of hich are too revolting
Sutrice it to say, that according
to his own testimony and lhat of others after hj
had ope ruled in a nior t brutal m:mu. r for a long
lime, during wki. h the poor woman suffered tho
most inttn-- e agony and beset t hed those arouud
to kill her. liauek. at the sugg siiori of Forrest, procured a small rope, and placing il aroiiiiti
the ueek 01" the child, he and Forr.-spulled
upon it uiitil it passed through, severing thej
head from the bodv, aud leaving ihe wuiuau still
The "Dr." then sought to remove the head but
could not, Winn he tied the rope to one of the
arms and th.:s tix k awav the bodv. Leaving
matters in Ihis jusition he came to the city and
procured the assistance of one "Dr." Adaia Mil
ler, wtta whom he returned and with whose as- he removed the head, llauck was com
mitted to jaiL i;.!usttr l iiiou.
Life. Officer Cartholo- niew, of the Mayor's Detective Police. vtsurdaT
evening detailed to us the circumstances
case that came recently uudcr his oificiid notice.
It seemed that about a Vear ago a young ladv of
Urcai beauty, and the daughter of a respectable
and wealthy family in Alabama, came to this e.tv.
in company w :ta a miy as her governess
purpose of fiuishing her education,
boarding at a house on Chestnut street, and en
tered oue of our fisbi. enable and disiin uished
boarding schools. While- residing here she met
a young gentleman from Salem, Xlississippi, who
was in tne town lor the purpose ol study mg medicine, and who was a I.
An attac hment sprung up between them, but, owlug to.
the surveillance of the governess he was prevented from paying anything other tluin mere ordinary attentions, lie accordingly left the boarding-house
and ttiok up his residence elsewhere.
By some means he managed to keep up the
communication w ah the lady. Yesterday morning she left the house for the ostensible pun
of attending school. On arriving at broad and
Chestnut streets, she found her lover wilh a car
riage, lhey entered, an.l drove to ihe residence
of a Methodist clergyman, who married them.
Her . departure was noticed, and information
lodged at the Central station. Officer Bartholomew found the couple at a house en Chestnut
street, below Thirteenth. The lady was removed
to the custody of the governess. We undt rstind
that the mailer will come before the courts. In
the shape of an application, on the part of tho
husband, for a writ of KibcM corpuj. r.'iua.kt- j hla
A Yocxo Ci CfLE
Pli ndered bt ttte Agexct
The St. Louis Bulletin
that a few nights since, a young man, clerk ou a
steamboat, who had been recently married, re
turned to his home in lhat city, and on retiring
for the night, laced his imh
?10, under his pillow. In the night his wild
says she aw. ike and though: she saw the shadowy forms of three i.ien standing over the bed
with Something iu their Li.u.is. She was too
weak to scream, and soon fell into a state of
In the morning the husband and
wife: awoke, feeling very sick, and discovered
their clothes cVcrv ariieie, pants, coats,
petticoats, tNi, were stolen, besides $10 which
the husband thought he had hid securely under
had entered ihe house in
his pillow. Burglar
the night, applied chloroform to their victims,
and rob.'ied them of all they possessed. The
young couple had to lie in bed until some of the
neighbors came to supply them with clothing.
the five years ending December
P.Ms persons died ill
negiig nee or avcidi nts, of w hom 41.5 were from
burns or scalds, st! from poison, 134 from drowning,
from suffocation, and 'Z'.'.i from other acDuring the same criod the number t.f
principally by poison, hauging,
Is stated that twenty thousand Swedes
and Norwegians are preparing to embark early
in the coming summer I0r the United States.
Th. y w ill bni.g much Wealth w ith them, but
w hat is better, oeing a sober, moral, and industrious raee, they will bring with them habits of
industry and morality, which will render thera
most valuable citizens.
IITme of the articles of the new code of
Mart land provides that "If anv person belonging to this State shall (go out of this State, and
there marry with any person belonging to this
State, w ithout lit ense or publication, each of
the said parties, on conviction, shall be fined one
SrnoEN De atil On Thursday night, the 13th
Instant, John Kimball, w ho was boarding st the
larmers House, in this place, when in the act of
coining down the steps from the second floor, it
being dark, and no railing on the side of tha
steps, m:nle an unlucky step and fell to the floor.
He died almost instantly. Jirrotl!itrg
tf? Jack Santa Fe, a runaway negTO belonging to Zeb. Ward, of Wotvlford county, was, at
the present term of the Xlercer Circuit Court,
tried and found truilty by the jury for attempting
to violate the person of a young while girL, in
Anderson county. The Judge has not jet passed
There are now lying at the wharres In
New York, waiting to be discharged, about on
l.ns !r...i 1. ... a ,,1, .....I....... n.l su ar Iron
the West Indies, the aggrtgate value of their
cargoes being not dr from three, millions of
ST The Daily Nes, Jackson, Mississippi,
savs the thermometer at the penitentiary was Si
degrees, in the shade, on the loin inst.
rTTslanders, Issuing from red ansl tewuiful
are like ft.ul spidem trawiiajj Sou LU tLtoh.
iug heart of rvc.