COM MO WE ALT
FALL AND WINTER
ILL BE PCai.ISHKD KVKB1' MONDAY.
NESDAY, AXD FRIDAY,
iu now reccirlnn-iu1 CLOTHING
At TilRKE DOLLARS PER ANNUM,
ble in advance.
slock of PALI. AND WIXTKR
Ft'RNlSMl.VG GOODS, consisting
Business Coats, Half Hose,
Shirt Collars, &c, &c.
The Weekly Commonwealth, a
uia Lomotil shpt't i
published everv TiiMilav inorn-int- !
at TWO DOLLARS PBR ANNUM, in adlai-jr-
Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
Hats, Umbrellas, &c,
hieh they will soil at price lower than ever before ofljr--- d
in this market. They Invite all to give them a call, as
they are confident ot being able to please botn in the
quality and price of tlieir goods.
CONSTITUTION OF KENTUCKY,
published and for sale at the Cowmonwkalth
Office, at $5 per coys.
The work contains lKlli pages, and iVbound in the best
FALL AND TOTEK
Co., Land Ajreuw, it:
lUT'Offiee at Smith, Bradley
Kandolpb street. South side, between (Mark and liear
born streets, Chicago, III.
Sept. 14. 1855 if.
tiraut, iBoone, and
in the Courts of Kenton, Campbell.
Nicholas, and the Court of Appeals.
May 5, 185J tf.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
on St. Clair Street, with J. & W. L. Marian.
mHL propneior having purchased none but ttia best
and such a he can warrant, hopes by strict
ultention to busiUHss. and potitr attention to hU customers, to receive a liberal share of public patronage. The
need ol such an establishment hu5 bevu ionp lAt in this
April 4. ISO a.
It t. A L
Sit, Kuudolpli Street,
practice Law iu all the Courts held In Frattkfori
the adjoining counties. His Olliee is at his resinear P. Swigerfs.entranee on Washington street.
Frankfort, Feb. 20, 1H4U, 751-1- 1.
of Main and St.
Aj.ril 2, 1855
We wvuld call the aiicntlon ol
our Spring assortment of Carriages.
ir"jJ All work made bv us warranted for
bookellers, Stationers, llluders, and llook aud
Job frinteri, Alain Htreet, Louisville, Kv,
constantly on hand a
HJ Luw, Medical, lueological. complete assortmentand II
t lassical, hehonl,
Miscellaneous Books, at low prices. Paper of verv
description, quality, and price.
TJjJColleges, Schools, and Private Libraries nupplii d
at u small advance on cot. H'hofesalK or Retail.
made to order and of
lb. Lest material. We have purchased the sole riM of
JOHN J. IUMPTOS.
AVE Just opened, in the room formerly occupied b
j.x j. i. i.ainiivii, mi oi. uiair sireci,uei aoorio i'len-soiiConfection. ry. n lar-and well selected assort
J I ATS AM) CAPS,
Ju.it imported from the East, and equalling if not sii r- in vanei, elegance ol staple :ind newnkhs, ai iy
ever before otleied In tliis inarktL. These articles are
GEORGE W. CRADDOCK".
all new, having been purchased only u few daws since
from the best manufacturers t,f Philadelphia and IS'uw
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
York, and are warranted ofilie best workmanship a nd
a la made ill pattern. The attention of purchasers is u ir- to Fast
OFFICE removed OrUce. side of Su Clan- street, tietilarly invited to their unrivaled assortment of fa icy
Will practice Law in all
snots for both ladies' and irentleinimVs wear, selected for
the Courts held in Frankfort, and adjoining counties,
summer use, ami to their superb .stork of hat?, of cv try
bee. 7, 1KW tf.
shape and hue. from the recherche while silk ventila ted
head-piecas Itht. a rial and poetic as a fairy's dre: im,
to the woolen skull-caor a '.'it cent straw hat. I'l ieir
April 1, 1845
EV AT LA V,
ROOKS AND STATIONERY
OUlee ou SI. Clair Street, next boor to .Mor.e'i U lare and well selected. Th public are invite d to
call and examine this stock of pood, and if thevde sire
nrlLL jiractice iuallllie Courts held In Frankfort, and to purchase new and good articles, w ill no doubt Hi id it
in OLdliam, Henry, Trimble and Owen counties.
Oct. 8, 1043.
MOHEHEAD & BROWN.
PRACTICE OF LAW,
JOHN L. M00EE & SON.,
HE now receiving at their New Store Rooms
ILL attend to all tmsluess eonUded to ihem in tbe
W Court of Atiiieals, Federal Court, and other Courts A
hold their sessions at Frankfort, Ky. One or
both may always be found al their otllce, to give counsel
Frankfort, Jan. (j, 1.V by.
in preiu variety.
or transact business.
1MLL practice Law in the Courts held lu Frankfurt
W and adjoining counties. He will, as Commissioner
ui lteeds, lake the acknowledgments of ii:eds, &i,d
other writings to be used or recorded in other Suites;
and, a Commissioner under the act of Conjrres. attend
the taking of depositions, attldavits. ic.
Federal Court Clerk's Offlce, Old Bank.
Frankfort. June G. 1K3 by.
f i A 'Kjusi received
uud V later
11 Ciood. of every description. Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere, as small profit ; and quick
sales Is our motto.
In addition to our laii;e btoek of goods we have on
hand a large supply of Hats and Caps, wt.ieh we will
sell at reduced prices.
September 10, ld."j.
part of the State.
Office on St. Clair street, second door above die Court
TtTrJIe wlI attend to the preparation and prosetu-ilot- ,
of the claims of soldlersto bounty land, for property lost, and for arrears of pav.
April 1, 1H4V 5!.Mf.
Saddle, Harness and Trunk Warehouse,
umber glxtvOne, Third Street,
C. G. GRAHAM, Apam.
Frankfort Normal School for
ol' this Inlilution will open
..lonaay ol" Sej.ieujber. in the room loritterlv
oeeupled by Dr.
as an oillce, on Ann street. Just
south of .Wain. Tuition pt--r bOsiou of '20 weeks asb:ere-tofor- e,
in the primary, junior.au.i s. nior departuv ,nts,
Slu, sii an.l Sio. respci-tiveivSept.
U. TAYLOR, JR.
ILL practice in all the Court held in Frankfurt
(V the Anderson. Owen. Woodford, and Shelby Cir- cuil Louns ana win attend to the collection of debts in
to publish iu the City of Jackson, a semi-- 1
monthly periodical under the above. title, in pamphlet
torm. each number containing about thirty-iw- o
The struggle between Native Amerieaiiism 'and the dominion of foreigners, between Uopen and Frotcsiani-ism- ,
is in ita infancy. Ii must be continued until foreign
influence and i'opery shall have crushed
and the freedom of conscience, or Democracy and the
right to worship God according to the dictates of the conscience of each man and oman shall be finally secured.
Luther and his associates went through a fearful struggle
to achieve the reformation. We are now engaged in liie
same struggle, to continue and confirm to man, political
and religious liberty. We have been as
security, sleeping around a volcano, the lava silently
rising and about to overwhelm Ihem before they are conscious of the impending danger. Securely reposing in
the enjo ment of our political and religious ireedom,
popery and foreigners have aijenily gained atrengiii,
until those who have investigated the subject see that
the danger musi be averted, now. or never. A few vears
more ol inactivity ami all is lost. We wish io arouse
the people from this dangerousapathy, by
them well authenticated facts, whereby each individual
eanjudge for himself. We propose to avoid everything
but calm, decorous and fair reasoning from true premises, and to place before tho comniunitvthe materials, with
impartiality: fact as they are and have been, w iih ihe
evidences of their authenticity.
The periodical will be edited gratuitously bv a committee composed alike of Democrats and Whigs, and of
ehristktns of each sect in our country, that tin; public mav
have assurance, that it is fairly and impartially conducted. Tne price, Two Dollars per annum, payable on the
delivery of th first number, which will issue so soon as
one thousand subscribers arc obtained, and the names
forwarded. If a surplus fund remain, it will be appro-ate- d
to distribute gratuitously amongst the lodges, papers for circulation. Act promptly, friend of freedom,
and forward subscriptions, directed io "The Executive Committee ol" American I'nrtv." Jackson
Science and long research combined, have brought before the public ihe greatest wonder or the aok, in the
article of EMERSON'S AMERICAN" HAIR RESTORATIVE a sure cure for Baldriess, and to prevent
romfallintr. See circulars, to be had of .Agent.
M. MILLS. Agent.
C. K. Firiier
No. 57, .Superior St., Cleveland, u.
Mav 'J, 1&14
ply of Fauey aud Staple. Fall and
GoodN, aUo new style SUli and Straw Uoiineu, a large
assortment of lints. Hoots aud Shoe, and furnishing
goods, Carpets, Oil Cloth, Arc, Glass and Queenswaro',
all which ttiey will sell low for cash or to prompt paying
customers on the usual lime. They invite all io come
and examine their stock, certainly the inn si general and
complete that can be found iu this city.
Sept. 14, IHjj 3m.
WM. H. GRAINGER,
HOE N I X F 0 U N DRY.
(ieiterui RAitkiug, Exchange, uud i
We are at all limes prepared to check upon the prio-ipcities of tbe Vnited Slates, and to make collections
icreon. We will allow interest ou deposits, to be with
..rawn at pleasure, and transact whatever business is
generally connected with private banking.
Approved paper can be cashed m ;u,v tune during-oflk-hours, from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
TTfOOL HATS A A D CAPS for Necroes. very low at
Shoeanl Book Store.
- uhdcisiiijc J has taken the third room
corner of Ann street on .Main street. In J.
.VI t. Block of
Ii.. wilt also
11 a splendidI stock of
budiiiiigon Main street.
of every description, whichthey are determined lo sell
at prices which cannot tail to suit.
Their slock is one of
the ilnestever brought to the city, and selected with special reference to the wants of ihU community. Ihev
all theirfriends and the public in general to'give
them a call and examine Iheir ?!oek.
Sep 1, isr:
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
ST. CI.AtR AND WAITING
h raiiktoi t, Kontiif k y .
reccivinga large and cuoiec assortment of
eeries, Wines, LfdtiorM. Acwluch he will sell at
very small profits for cash, or to prompt customers on
usual terms. His stock is perhaps the largest in the city,
and every article of the bcstquality that can be purchased. Call, examine, mid be convinced.
The Old Weiier House
TO RE CLOSED OUT CHEAT
rnliiS STOCK OF CLOTHIXtt at No 3 Brown'sbulld
X mg, St. Clair street, will be sold at extremely low pri- ces, iu order to close the concern. There is a line stock
of ready-mad- e
which will be sold very low f.ir CASH, a the kiMiiiex-must be closed.
All persons Indebted to the drm arc requested to come
forward within sixty days aud settle up, and those having
claims afrain ii ii" will plca-- e present them immediately.
( HAS. B. GETZ.
oci. it), is;;.
BY E. G. HAHBLETOST,
0 F F 1 c E Xo
WALL 8T REET.
8 500,000 OO
AHsjKTS June 30, 55,
AM OLA T OF LIABILITIES,
This Company continues to insuro Buildings, Merchandise, Ships in Port and their cargoes. Household Fur--.
niture and personal property generally, against
loss or Damage by Fire, on favorable terms.
'1 his is only
giving an idea of our intentions for 185G.
en uesignsol mteresl to the ladies are springin up
everydaj; we shall avail ourselves of even-thinthai
can interest them. In fact, "Godey's Lady's Book," will
possess tiie interest of anv other three niaiTmnps.
In addition to the above will be continued in each No.
spicnuiu Meei engravings.
One hundred pages of reading.
Godey s challenge Fashion Plates. Juthis as in every
oilier department, we defv rival rv orimitaliou
hnibroiden- pattern. Anyquauiity of them aro given
Losses Kquitnbly Adjusted and Promptly
H. WIN GATE, Agent,
TENTH ANNUAL REPORT
New York Life Insurance Company.
Amount of assets, Jan. 1, 1854,
Amount of premiums received
during the year ending Jan.
making, with diagrams to out bv
pattenis lnfanfa and Childrens Ureases All
crnc.uet and Netting W ork Cloaks, Mantelets.
Talmas. Collars, Chemisetts, Under Sleeves, Bonnets.
vwmiow Curtains. Brodene Antrlaise Sllmipm. i'.it.
Cloaks, Evening Dressos. fancv Articles. HenH ilrpwr
Hair Dressing, Kobcs for Night and Morning, Carriage
Dresses, Bridal Dresses, Wreaths, Mantillas, Walking
ltresses, muing nabits, Boy's Clothing. Capes
Cloaks of Fur in season, Crochet and Netting Work
printed in colors.
DRAW InG I.KSSGNS for Youth.
1U0U designs. Music
i worm is given even
yean tne Nurse and the Nurserv
with full instructions; Godey's invaluable Hecipesupo'n
Ain't of Interest received and
accrued during the "vear ending Jan. 1, 1855,
Am't of eudowmen account
received during the year
ending Jan. 1, ?55,
Am't paid for losses by death, $173,673 91
Ain't paid for interest on divi
Ain't paid for taxes,
Ain't paid account of annuity
fund, 1,228 13
Am't paid for salaries, fees to
physicians, trustees, dec.
Amount of advertising, printing, stationery, office rent,
law expenses, drc.
Amount of commissions, medical examinations, postages,
advertising, exchanges, Ate, 24,957 43
Am't of canceled notes and return premiums on canceled
We would advise all who intend to subscribe to .send in
tneir onters soon, for if we do not make duplicate ste
reotype plates, it will bedifticult to supply the demand.
we expect our list tor IK will reach lWkUOU copies. The
best plan of subscribing is to send your money direct to
the publisher. Those who send large amounts had bet
ter send dralts, but notes will answer if drafts connot be
procured. Letters had better be registered it onlv con
live cents extra, and iheir safe reception is insured.
TFRMS, CASH IN ADVANCE
one copy one year.
Two copiesone vear,$5. Three
copies one year, $i. Five copies one year, and extra
copy to the person sendingthe club, making six copies
A.ifcin .opiei one ; ear, auu. an extra copv to ine person sending the club, making nine copies, $15. Kleven
copies one year, and an extra copy to the person sending
iue eiuo, matting iweive copies, ifu.
jCjThe above Terms cannot be deviated from
matter how nianvare ordered.
Godey's Lady's Book and Harper's Magazine both one
year ior 54 5U.
Godey's Lady's Book and Arthur's Home Magazine
both one year for :t 5U.
The money must be all sent at one time for anv of the
Cash on hand, Invested in New
Bonds and mortgages,
premiums due subsequent to
January 1st, 1855,
Interest accrued up to January
JCr Additions of one or more to elubs are received at
TTrA Specimen or Speciinen.s will be sent direct to
any Postmaster making the reauest,
IfjWe canalwayssLtpply back numbers for the year.
ine m ui k is iiereoL pen.
Subscribers in the lirltisli I'roineeri
Who sejid for clubs, must remit 3i centsexlra on every
suuscnoer, io pav me American postage to tne lines.
L. A. GODEV,
No. 113. Chestnut street, Philadelphia.
Premiums on policies in hands
Notes received for 40 per cent.
of premiuinson life policies,
The Trustees have declared a scrip dividend of thirLife Policies which have beeti In
force twelve months prior to January 1st, 1855. and six
per cent, interest in cash upon all previous dividends,
payable on and after the first Monday of March next.
Application f or insurance in this company may be made
H. WINGATK, Amu
Feb. 23, 1855.
ty pkr cent, on all
Ohio Lite Insurance Company,
For the rapid Cure of
10CGHS, COLDS, HOARSEXESS,
FIEE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
CROUP, ASTHMA, AXD
tht numerous discoveries Science has made in
this generation to facilitate the business of life increase
its enjoyment, and even prolong the term of human existence, none can be named of more real value to mankind, than this contribution of Chemistry to the Healing
Art. A vast trial of its virtues throughout this broad
country, has proven bejond a doubt, that no medicine or
combination of medicines yet known, can so surely con-rand cure the numerous varieties of pulmonary disease
which have hitherto swept from our midst thousands and
thousands every .war. Indeed, there is now abundant
reason to believe a Remedy has at length been found
which can be relied on, to cure tho most dangerous
of the lungs. Our space here will not permit usto
publish any proportion of tho cures affected by Its uso,
but we would present the follow ing: and refer further
enquiry to my American Almanac, which the agents below
named, will always be pleased to furnish free, w herein
are full particular, and Indisputable proof of these
ALL PAID I.Y AXD SECURED.
mHK undersigned having been appointed Agentfortbe
X above Company, is prepared lo receive nrobositioM
for Insurance at his office iu this city. Pamphlet containing the rates of premium, and full information iu re
lation to i.iie insurance, are furnished tree of charge.
J. C: HERN DON.
liRtJ. Sneed & Rodman.
Feb. 20, 1852 tf.
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY
.Maternal counsels to a Daughter.
Ilesinged toaid hei
in me e.ue ui n'T neai a, me i uiprovenieiu
ami me cultivation ol her heart.
New style of Illuminating Windowsand Lamp Shade:
Fall and Winter Dry Goods
Nov. 30, JH55
The Nurse and the Nursery.
How to make a Bonnet.
Troubles of an F.nglish Housekeeper.
tne Art ot Sketching Flowers from Nature. With en
graving. 1 o he copied by the learner nn paper to be
operations on ihe Teeth will be directed by a
JAVIXG associated myself wlS V. C. Nesblt, of
knowledge, both of Surgery and Medicine:
II Hawesville, Ky., to sell Georgia lands on commis- HIS
sion at private sale, we offer our services to owners of this being the only safe guide to uniform success.
such lands, and to act a3 agents to protect the iuiuo lYom this lie is enabled to operate with Ltr less pain to the pa- tax sales and fraudulent titles.
ileal, void of danger. All work warranted; tiie work-- j
Owners living out of the State are continuallv lusiu
ma nh ip will show for itself. Calls will be thankfully
their lands- by lav sales or Intruders under false titles", received.
it Is the interest of owners to have an
VfTOtiice, at his residence on Mam slrecL
State lo protect Iheir lands.
i rinKiori. ..iayv.. ite- -'
J. (.. r.jjtt Altos,
W. C. SESBIT,
mHK subscriber: Just receiving a handsome and gen-- J
Gov. H. V. 'ou.ir.GH, itillidgcvllle. Ga.; Col. Pclaski
Holt. Macon. Ga.; Col. 'V. T. VVatkim. Macon, Ga.
.March 19. 15S IV.
lo which he invites the attention of the public, and his
friends and customers in particular. He Hatters himself
that lie can suit all tastes, and will sell his goods on as
moderate terms as anv merchant In the citv.
CO., Lexington, Ky., beg k-- e
KENNAKli tltiens of Frankfort thai ihey haveto on
Sept. 14, 1855 if.
J. B. LAMPT0N.
hand a large stock of GAS FIXTURES, including b, 5, "
STEAM SAW MILL FOR SALE.
4. aud 31iglit Chandeliers. l2 and 1 light pendents, 3 fold.
4 fold and single Bracks. Drop Lights, ic-- all
manuUNDERSIGNED intending to leave the State
THE at private-salfactured by Messrs. Cornelius, Baker cc Co., Philadeltheir Stcnm Saw Mill, situated
phia, and will be sold as low as they can be had West of one mile above Frankfort, with ten acres of ground atPhiladelphia and put up, if desired, in the best manner. tached.
We would also be pleased to RUN PIPE In stores,
The Mill '"as one upright saw with lath saws attached,
dwellings, or public houses, on the best possible terms, nil of the latest improvements and in good order. The
having superior workmen now engaged in tiie business Mill is well located with a pood run of custom. The
U'e ak a call.
for ii in Lexington.
laths, for which there Is a great demand, will pay a large
KENNARI) & CO.
portion of the ruuhinp expenses. Those wishing to enAlwavson hand, a large stock of CARPETING CUR-'- f gage in the business would do well to call and examine
UN GOODS, PAPER HANGINGS,
and PIANO for themselves.
for sale on reasonable terms.
K. fc CO.
GILL & WATSON".
Lexington. Jan. 4,
Frankfort, Sept. 12 tf. Yeoman copy tf.
may be found all Ihe latent improvements In
Agricultural lmpliiuents. as well as all descriptions of
Seeds required by farmers iu this vicinity. He hopes
this enterprise wiil receive the encouragement of the
fanning community, upon whom h" depends for the
success of this branch of tits business.
i onslgnmenls oi .WeiTnarmisc
il .Aut lbin or private1
Jan. io, arj, -- If.
United Slates Branch Office. No. 80, South Fourth
.Agent for Covington, Kv.
P. S. BUSH,
Corner of Madison and Cooper streU.
Insuresthroughout the State. Will furnish blank applications upon request.
NEW uuuuo; .ViiVi liOOIiS!!
TATE & CIIINN,
Axwoon & Co.,
Georoe A. Stuart,
Myers, Clauhorn & Co. Wm. M'Gee, 6c Co.,
Powers d- - Weiohtman,
White, Stephens 61 Co.
Agent for the United States
connect with the said bu.iness an
New Features for 1856.
IV in the
H, HAN- -
A new and very interesting storv will be commenced
in January, by Marion Harland, author of "Alone," and
'Hidden Path," two novclsihai have created an immense
sensation in the hterarv world. AlsoMiss Virginia F. Townsend will commence in the Fob
ruury number a Nouvclletle, which we know will strong'
iy inieresi ine reauers oi tliek,liook."
Mories by an Knglish Authoress.
How to niake Wax Flowers and Fruit. With
AltTIOA' A.D COMAIlSSiOA
The IMoneer Hocazlnc!
Kspeciatly devoted to the wants of the Ladies of America.
W1 wanted, as.Magazine is taken inthathouse, no other
it compromises all
eouid be obtain
ed by taking litre oilier .Magazines.
Nov. 7, l&i5
To Owners of Georgia Land.
nave mis uay opened an Office in the city of
for the purpose of transacting
R U N Y A N,
STRRET, TWO POORS FROM POST Ot'liCE,
! JK A A r. r U 11 1 ,
rcceivimr their usual large and plendid sup-- v
Clothing, Underwear, &c,
SCIENTIFIC Men are daily bringing to light now m-ventions, and the march of progress U onw ard; persons Bald, or becoming so. will be pleased to learn that
.I11S, &o., I.C.
All ut the lowest
H . M. 'i
a large stck of Fall
Shoes, Hats, Ca.jjs,
Ilojinets, 0,iii'asware, Glassware,
E R N DON.
AT L A W ,
JOHN A. MONROE.
M. TOLili S.
FALL ANDJWLVIER GOODS.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Everett's Patent Coupling,
JfOMthe well known
Brood nay aud Ann
Umbrellas and Canes.
GOOblot of Cmbrellas an
. 1 oays be found iu
rnHK undersigned would notify Ir.s tncn.U unJ tiie
I public generally, that he has purchased the interest
of J. T. Luckett in this old establiihed and well known
Hotel, and will continue io entertain the public in the
best manner that the markets. Arc, will alio". He has
engaged the services of his
AVin. K. Taylor,
who iti well known to a large portion of the traveling
:ouimunlty. as a man of business, and who will have
eharge of ihe otlice. lie asks the p.itronage of the pubic and will endeavor to des.-nil.
W. M. TO 1)11.
s.trtment, of every style and pauern. cni
FROTE ST A.NT AD
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
.'1 be had by
foetryand History of Fi!igerKings,illustrated;Shelh
lortne Laities, and where they come from, nithengrav
ostciiholm's and Croak's t'utl
sors, a noa and welt selected
JOHN W. APPLEGATE,
Attorney it it it Couucellor at Law,
T. N. LINDSEY,
T T O R N E X AT L A
tutifry anil Scissors.
constantly on limul a fine !iiririi,i
riages any kind of Carriage
f and pattern, Children,procured'atqualtlr'well
HAVING returned to niv former Tavern Maud, at
H the South end of the firide, 1 have titled it up and
now have it in nood order, to accommodate anv who
may favour me ith a call. Travelers, irainieni visitor.
and boarders may rely on all care beiiifr taken io render them comfortable.
A few Members of the Legislature can tind comfortable and quiet boarding during the coining .session, and
in allcases my bills will be modemte.
1 have also attached a good stable
and careful ostler.
K. T. t'UI
Nov. y, li?55 Um.
Boots and Shoes.
and Commissioner to lake ltepo-altionthe Acknowledgments of Deeds, Mortgages.
rowers of Attorney, Arc, for Kentucky. Illinois, Missouri, Indiana, and New York.
corner of Fourth and Walnut Sts.,
OflJee, North-EaJan. 11,
t iucinnatl, Ohio.
E. RANDOLPH 9MITH.
ifpHL uuder.signe.l havingtaken this well known house
(lately occupied by Mr. Ik Meriwether., respectfully At ANUf AC'l UKLS Steam Lngincs for Grist, Saw, aud
solicits a share of the public patronage, and by close atill Sugar Mills, Gudgeons, Cranks, Spur Wheel, Segtention to business, and keeping such a house as this ments for Cotton Gin Wheels, Hotehkiss1 Reaction Waheretofore has been, will endeavor to merit he confidence ter Wheels; a general assortment of wrought and east
Mill Work, A.C.,
of the traveling communitv,
H reorders tiuin, distance wilt receive promptat- June IS, 135 tf.
J. 1;. WASSON.
JOHN T. ROBERTS,
Hats and Caps.
supfdv. of everv
. oualtlv an.1
fort'.entieiiicn. Rov.'and I'hildren. can be
ha.l bv callin;; on
Hon. J. J. Crjttkden, i
Gov. L. W. FowLu
Hon. James Harlan,
Taylor, Turner St Co., Bankers. Lexington. h.v.
G. H. Monsarrat Si Co., Bunker. Louisville, K.
W. Tanner, Louisville. Kv.
July 23, 1853 by.
ua, jlas, and UtieeiiMware.
have a larve stock of goods from whieh nuivbiisrr
an selei-i- .
Prices and trms
Giwus a call.
Sept. 14. 15.
IJEKN'DON & SW1GEKT.
irlve his whole
management. Ho respecllully solicits a continuance of establishment of
the patronase heretofore extended lo the establishment.
f. il. Tollll.
yfy CLKKKS will bo furnished with KECOril)
BOOKS ruled to any pallern, and of the rcrv best qualiSTATIONERY.
ty of paper.
on wants in the Stationery line, can
BLANK BOOKS of every descripiion, nianul'ac-ture- d I'VF.KY thing a f
lj be ha.! of
at short notice, to order, on reasonable terms.
U M. TOD1J.
Bindery al the old stand, over Harlan's I.aw
l'ranklorl. July 31.
Him Cloaks, l'ainiiis,Starl'?-- Cash me rr and Tt net Sua wis,
1 arpeua--4- ,
Kui;, Madi, aod Oil ( arpeiiu-- ., t l.i-- j
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
a full selection of
Articles, aiul Urocerie,
his old friends and enstorn-TJ- .
w.M. M. TOJIll.
MYLiterary.unusually large, consisting in part m Law,
IUeellaneoiiH. RplisioUM. A: School
hooks. Call and examine them.
lriends and forno-- r rustotuers,
ihathavinsr reeained hishealih,
lie has purchased back from A.
I.. Itodgos the llindeiy sold to
him in November last, "and will
AM) LACK (ioODS,
Third Street. Opposite Soi'th end City Hall,
Kit bard son's superior Irish Linen
J.lneii Table Damask:
Shcetinjr and pillow-caLi i ten;
fable Cloths uud Napkins.
E art now receiving and opening an unusually large
and elegant stock of Fall aiid Vi iuterUry Goods,
tuple and fancv (roods, irreat varietv;
Ladies and gentlemen dress good , latest and best
badic-taiigentlemen's Long Shau .
CIVIL k MINING ENGINEER
OFFICE on the East near the Sixtli street, belwe.
Court House yard
April 11, lc55 tf.
ATTORNEYS AT L.lil
f R constantly on hand
havo opened an entirely new
. Keenou iniurins
(T. P. Pierson's Old Stantl.i
A N K F 0 R T , KENT IJ CKY
WEILER room GETZ,
in the new
taken the corner
MIXED TO MODIFY', AMKNli OK
CI. AIR ST., BETWEEN
where lie wil he pleased to
foriier of Iaiu and St, Claiv Siir. ts,
PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES
Just published an.l may be obtaiued at
OFFICE, on at WM. M. TODD'S
PROVED iND ADOPTED BY TUK LEGISLATURE
Caps, &c, &c,
bTILL GREATER ATTRACTIOXS!
Which p"roiu wishin:;lo purchase would do well to
call and examine before buying elsewhere, as I niu detern
ii as lav
terms as auv other house
WHOLESALE AND SETAIL DEALER
By C. A. WlcklliTe, S. Turner, 4; 5.
It A liNKV 'COJib,
HUGH L. GGomVIN.
Persons wishing to purchase, and all others, are
to call and evamine ray sto.-kJOHN M. TODD.
pt. SC. 155.
8 5 (i
heretofore under the vtyle
X and Una of Tod.
& Goodwin, in the Couioctiouery So.
switteres itow, St. Ciuir 'itreet,
and (rroeerv business, was
thnday by mutual
All those indebted lo the late iirin. an- - requested to
come fonvard and make pnyinetit, and iliose having r I1A VE loid Hie ahove named
nealty re-- 1
claims against the firm w ill lease present ihcrn for
lined, and liave jiw
niv FAI.I. and V. I.Y1 KK
1. L. Goodwin retires
fnm the concern.
Kither one of the tlrm is authorized to use the name of
Books, Stationery, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
the Ifrm in settling accounts.
Aug. I, '55. Aug. 15.
Out term fur advertising, either in the
Weekly Commonwealth, will be as
liberal an in any of the newspapers published
.My entire slock of Clothing was got up by the celebra
in the west.
Jennings y Co., Afir York,
ted estabhslitneul 01 n .
JTi All letters upon business should be postand are WARRANTED to be made iu tho MOST A I'
PROVED STYLE AN D MANNER.
paid to insure attention.
URN I SII IN 0 GOODS.
Insurance Company, of Water ford,
HE undersigned having been appointed Agent to the
above Companv, is prepared to insure all oronertv.
such as is usually insured in the city of Frankfort and
icinitv. and upon shipments of Merchandise and Pro
duce, upon as fair terms as any other responsible office.
ah losses liberally adjusted and promptly paid.
JLr mce near tne toun tiouse.
Satisfactory references will be given upon application.
as to the solvency of this Company.
J. C. HERN DON,
Feb. 2d, 1852 if.
TENRY SAMUEL, Barber and Hair Dresser, is hap-py to inform his friends and the public that he is
again established iu comfortable and commodious rooms,
aud ready to attend to all who may give him a call. His
new establishment is in ihe building of Col. Hodges, oa
St. Clair street. He solicits public patronage, aud hones
thai his old friends and customers especially, who patrou-ize- d
him before the late fire, will now find their way
back to his shop.
March 12,1855 by.
Office of Transportation,
Laurens R. R. S. C, Aug. 4, 1853. j
Dear Sir, My little son, four years old
IF YOU want a plow that is not ex
hasjust recovered from a severe attack of malignant
celled in case of draft and every esScarlet Fever, his throat was rotten, and every person
sential quality, inquire, for the war
visited him, pronounced him a dead child." Having
ranted Johnson flow. The testi
used your Cherry Pkctorai. in California, In the winter
mony of our extensive farmers confirms us in the belief.
of 1(50, for a severe attack of Bronchitis, with entire sucthat in our model we have approached perfectiou. Try
cess, 1 was Induced to try it on my little boy. I gave
every three hours, commencing in them.
They will be deposited with Messrs. Byron, Pitkin &
the morning, and by ten o'clock at night.
found a deci0., Louisville, aud in the smaller towns in the adjoining
ded change for the better, aud after three days use, he
JOHNSON & WILLIAMS.
was able to eat or drink w ithout pain.
Frankfort, Aug. 10, 1855 3m.
ltsosc in the above named disease w ill save many a
child from a premature grave, and relieve the anxiety of
many a fond parent. For all affections of the Throat and
JOHN V. STEPUEN
Lungs, I believe it the best medicine extant. A feeling
of the deepest gratitude, prompts me In addressing you
these lines, but for your Important discovery, my little
Bacon's New Building, Main
ooy would now nave Deen in anotner world.
I am yours, with great respect,
Just received their Spring Importation of
J. O. POWELL. Supt. Trans., L. R. R.
HAVING aud Fancy Dry Uood, Hat,,
Rock Hill, (Summerset Co.,) N. J.. July 21, 185-2- .
Dr. J. C Ayer, Since your medicine lias been known uow oiler for sale a very desirable and complete assortment. Usual crtdit to prompt dtalert. A liberal dishere, U has a greater demand than anv other cough
April 10, 1855.
remedy we have ever sold. It Is spoken of in terms of count for cash.
unmeasured praise uy tnose who nave used it, and 1
know of some cases where the best thev can sav of it.
is not too much for the good it has done. I lake pleasure
HAVE just received a small lot of FALL JMfD 7JV
iu selling it, uecnu.se i it now mat i am giving my cusTF.R CLOTHING FOR CHILDREN, consisting of
tomers the worth of their money, and I feel gratified In
COATS, PANTS, VESTS, OVERCOATS, JACKETS,
seeing the benefit it confers.
SUSPENDERS, GLOVES, &c. Those who have children
Please send me a further supplv, and believe me
Yours, with respect,
JOHN C. WHITLOCK.
to clothe had better call early.
P. S. Almost any number of certificates can be sent
Sept. 26, 1855.
JOHN M. TODD.
you, if vou wish It.
Winsor, C W., June 26, 1852-J- .
C.Ayer. Sir: This may certify that 1 have used
your Cherry Pectoral for upw ards of one year, and it VTA1LS, Buckets, Baskets, Mackerel, CUtars, Tobacco,
Cans, Sardines. Powder, Lead, Shot, Pepp.r, Spice,
is my sincere belief thai I should have been in mv grave
Candles. Soap, Indigo, Table Salt, Crackers, Soda, Blackere this time If I had not. It has cured me of a dangering, &c.,eVc.
ous atlectiou of the lungs, and 1 do not overstate my
Aug. 22. 1855.
w. H. KEENK.
convictions when tell you it is a priceless remedy.
Yours very respectfullv,
1)."A. MclTLLIN, Attorney at Law.
Wilksbarre, Pa., September 28, 1850.
WM. CRAIK and F. W. KNIGHT havins dissolved
Dr. J. C. Ayre. My dear Sir, Your medicine is much
It partnership, the business of the firm will be settled
approved of by those who have used its composition is up. Either of the partners aro authoriicd
to use the
such as to insure and maintain its reputation. I invariably
name of the linn in settlement, and
recommend it for pulmonary affections, as do many of the lirm. Those who have claims to secure money due
against the Arm can
I am vour friend.
present Ihem to F. W. Knight for payment.
CHAS. STREATER, M. D.
June22, 1855 tf.
CRAIK & KNIGHT.
AVER, Chemist, Lowell, Mass.
Prepared bv J.
Sold by J. M. Mills, Frankfort; Dr. B. Cloak, Versailles; Wm. Wilson, Mortonsville; J. Dedmau,
have in store twenty barrels extra fine Famly
J. L. Ellingwood, ShelbyviUe, and by Agents
in every town in Kentucky.
Flour, and will continue to keep a supply on haid
Oct. 5. 1855.
Dec. 5.1S55 w&tw3m."
GRAY oi TODD