Will be published every Monday, Wed'
uesday mid Friday, by
A. G. HODGES & COMPANY,
K3 AND DEALKR3
J. J. BTJTLEK'S
XGELSI0R FLUID INKS.
Record, for Ledgers and Records,
for Letter Press,
Carmine, of brilliant hue.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Law in the Court of Appeals,
and Franklin Cirouit Court.
Auy business confided to hitn shall be faithfully
and promptly attended to. His office is on St.
Clair street, near the Branch Bank of Kentucky,
where he may generally be found.
Frankfort, Jan. 12, 1859-t- f.
Turn out that class of Printing in the highest style
of the art, and at the
AT COMMONWEALTH OFFICE.
V. T. CHAMBERS.
Wen Side Scott St. bet. Tliird
February 22, SG0-- tf.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
DEBATES OF THE CONVENTION,
I vol. Price
GUIDE TO JUSTICES, CLERKS, SHERIFFS,
&c, by Jou.v C. Herndo.v,
3. W. FINNELL.
JIONROE & HARLAN'S DIGEST OF THE DECISIONS OF THE COURT OF APPEALS,
on St. Clair street, next door south of
the Branch Bank of Kentucky.
Will practice law in copartnership in all the
Courts holden in the city of Frankfort, and in the
Circuit Courts of tho adjoining counties.
LAW BOOKS AND BLANKS,
These Iukscan be satisfactorily used to the last drop. Other domestic Inks in'a
brief time grow too thick for use, and are fit only
to be thrown away before hail" consumed.)
August 8, 1860.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
REVISED STATUTES OF KENTUCKY,
CHAHLtS V. CRADDOCK.
1st. Intense black color, (at first o( a
3d. Easy How from the Pen.
3d. Permanency, (will never fade by
The Carmine muy 6c exposed to the action
Facts Confirming the above Qualities.
1st. Theso Mrriting Fluids are now in general
use throughout the United States, with an increased demand.
2d. They have been analyzed by Dr. Chilton,
the celebrated Chemist of New York City, and
pronounced "equal in quality and durability to
the best imported English Fluids." Manufactured by
J. J. BUTLER, Agent,
No. 39, Vine St. Cincinnati, O.
are the Agents
of the Manufacturer in Frankfort, aud will supply
Retailers at manufacturer's wholesale prices with
the addition of carriage
Doc. 14, 1859 by.
T. N. & D. W. LINDSEY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
THE GENERAL ACTS of Session 1855-- 8,
Pamuhlet form. Price
Law in all the Courts hold in
PRACTICES and the adjoining oounties. OfLOUGHBOROUGH'S DIGEST OF THE STATUTES
fice on St. Clair street, four doors from the Bridge.
Jan. 3, lSo9-t- f.
JTST' OFFICE on Short street botween
stone and Upper streets.
50 cts. por quire.
Attorney and Counsellor
COURT JUDGES of
Price 50 cts. per quire.
SALE NOTICES, REPLEVIN
Price 50 cts. per quire.
SHERIFF'S REPLEVIN BONDS.
Price 50 ots per quire.
GIN AS A REMEDIAL AGEXT.
TUI3 delicious tonic of the Medical Profession
for the use
aud the Family, having superseded
ATTORNEY AT LAW. "Gins," "Aromatic," now indorsed "Medicated,"
by all of the
"Schnapps," etc., is
prominent physicians, chemists, and connoisseurs,
us possessing all of those intrinsic medicinal qualities (tonic and diuretic) which belong to nn OLD
and PURE Gin. Put up in quart bottles and sold
by all druggists, grocer.'?, etc.
A. M. BIXIXGER & CO.,
(Established in 177S.)
No. 19 Broad street, X. T.
Orders from a distance for any of the above
X. BARNES & CO., No 13 Park
named Books or Blanks will be promptly attendATTORNEY k COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Row, New by D.
ed to when accompanied by the Cash; and if deOur long experience and familiarity with tho
sired to be forwarded by mail, the pottaye will be
Druggists, and our superior
prepaid upon the condition that it be refunded by PRACTICES in the Circuit and other Courts of requirements of enable us to furnish them busiwith
the Circuit Courts of the ad ness lacilitie?,
the person ordering the article to be sent by mail.
choice Liquors for medicinal and family use.
ar Office up stairs in the Gallatin Sun Office.
CIRCUIT CLERK'S EXECUTIONS.
Price 60 cts. por quire.
BLANK CHECKS, on Branch Bank of Kentucky,
at Frankfort, and Farmers Bank of Kentucky.
Price 75 cts., perquire
BLANK DEEDS. Price $1 per quires.
in all the Courts held in
in Oldham, Henry, Trimble and
Office on St. Clair street, near
Oct. 28, 1853.
the Court House.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
We are prepared to execute all kinds of
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Book, Pamphlet, and Job Work,
la the neatest and beat style, on short notice, and
as luw as any office ,will do similar work.
Office on St. Clair Street under the Bindery.
Printed in the very beat and neatest manner, and
on moderate terms.
HAVING his professional services to the citizens of the town and vicinity.
;5S3T"Ofliee on Main street, in Mansion House,
2nd door from corner.
Aug. 29, 1860-t- f.
Sheriffs, and all other kinds of Blanks,
printed on short notice and moderate terms.
Type and Stereotype Foundry,
BY E. G. HAMBLETON,
Street, between 4th & 5th,J
Printing Presses, Cases, Galleys, kc,
JOHN P. MORTON
(successor to morton a oeiswold,)
Of all kinds; Books, Music, Patent Medioine Directions, Jobs, Wood Cuts, 4c, Ac,
Brand and Pattern Lettere of Various Styles.
HARDIN'S GALLERY OF ART,
Corner St. Clair and Main Streets,
(Entrance on St. Clair, opposite the Maneion Bouts,
opened a Gallery, the undersigned
informs the citizens of Frankfort
und vicinity, that he is preparod to take piotore
in the best style. Having a superior Camera, he
thinks ho can please thoso who may favor bim
with their patronage.
AMBROTYPES, MELAINEOTYPES, PHOTO-
Rooms under Commonwealth Office.
want your Hair Trimmed, Face Shaved,
Head Shampooned, go to
II . SAMUEL'S BARBER SHOP.
Feb. 8, 1860.
T'lJTE will keep during the season Maltby's Col-- f
f ebrated Pearl Oysters, by the can TODD.
COVE MILL FOR SALE.
ROT AND COLD BATHS
CITY BARBER, FRANKFORT,
of sizes and in cases to suit the tastel of all,
taken in the highest style of the art, and on moderate terras.
fSSy He invites those who wish to get their
likenesses taken, to call and see speoimens of hi
Satisfaction will be given or no charge
W. H. H. HARDIN.
Bookeellert, Stationert, Binders, and Book and Job
Printers, Main Street, Louisoille, Ky.,
on hand a complete
HAVE constantlyMedical, Theological, Classi-;a- l,
School, and Miscellaneous Books, at low pri-:e- s.
Paper of every description, quality, and
SfCollegos, Schools, and Private Libraries
supplied at a small advance on cost, VilioUsale or
July 13, 18e0-b- y.
ELEC TR 0 TYPING
0 be had, day and night, at
most reasonable terms.
He will also keep the very best of all kinds of
Wine which he will sell by the bottle or by the
He will nlso supply those who may wish to pur
chase at wholesale, every article manufactured by
him, on as reasonable terms as the same article of
like quality can be purchased at Louisville or Cin
Material of tvery Dctjcriptien.
NEWS, BOOK AND JOB TYPE.
just received and opened, at his
on St. Clair Street, Frankfort,
Kentucky, where he will manufacture and keep on
hand all varieties of Fine Cakes, Preserved Fruits,
Pies, Candies, Candy Toys in short, everything
that properly belongs to a first class Confectionery
Establishment, lie pledges himself that every
article manufactured by him shall be of the very
Families can be furnished, either for weddings
or parties, with every article suitable for such occasions, upon the shortest! notice and upon the
MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEAI.KRS IK
In all its Branches.
operations on the Teeth will be directed cinnati.
He asks a fair trial, and he feels assured that he
a scientific knowledge, both of Surgery
aud Medicine, this being the only safe guide to can and will render universal satisfaction.
Frankfort, Ice. 2S, 1850.
From this ho is enabled to
operate with far less pain to the patient void of
All work warranted; the workmanship
will show for itself. Calls will be thankfully received.
Office at his residence on Main street.
M A.M'FACTl'RKR OF A.B DEALER IX
ki'Franort, May 27, 1853.
Like and Printing
miles North of Frankfor, on
the Oweuton turnpike road. For particulars
R. C. STEELE.
All Kinds of Boots and
For ladies and gentlemen. He will sell on
moderate terms, aud warrant the work to be good.
He has also made nn arrangement with a competent workman to REPAIR OR MAKE all kinds
Of Fxlt Work,
Such as CAPES, TIPPETS, GLOVES, Ac.
7ALL PAPER AND POCKET CUTLERY.
New supplies just received.
b. C. BULL. Bookseller.
Tne proprietors and manufacturers of HOSknown,) has furn
TETTER'S CELEBRATED STOMACH
ished the community
can appeal with perfect confidence to
a stiinuiaut Pure,
physicians and citizens generally of the United
Healthful and Invig
States, because the article has attained a repuorating, at the same
tation heretofore unknown. A few facts upon
tune a mud, delicNew and Elegantly Illustrated
this point will speak more powerfully than
volumes of bare assertion or blazoning puffery.
calculated to do away with tho vile drugged Rtuff
The consumption of Hosteller's Stomach fitthat js palmed off on tho community, and which
ters for the last year amounted to over a
is injurious to body and mind. In addition to the
from its manifest steady certificates beneath, he has received a Diploma
For Christmas and the Holidays, for sale by
in times pnst, it is evident that during from the State Agricultural Society, and additional
the coming year the consumption will rcacli testiur ny from Dr. Jackson, of Boston, who tes
tilies under oath to its absolute purity.
near one million bottles. This immense amount
could never have been sold but for the rare
tnedicituil properties coutained in the preparaPhiladelphia, Sept. 9th, 1858."
tion, and tuo sanction of the most prominent
carefully tested the sample of Chesnut HOGARTH'S
physicians in thoso sections of the couniry Grove have
Whisky which you sent us, and find that it
where the article is best known, who not only
In a series of one hundred and fifty engravings,
contains none of the Poisonous Substances known
recommend ti;e Bitter to their patients, but as Fusil Oil, which is the characteristic
and in- with descriptions and a
arc ready al all times to give testimonials to its jurious ingredient of the whiskvs in general ue. tendency. By Ret. Johncomment on their moral
Truster. 2 vols., 4to.,
c.ises of stomachic derangements
BOOTH, GARRET & CAMAC,
splendidly bound. $35.
and tho diseases resulting therefrom.
This is not a temporary pcpulsrity, obtained
New York, Sept. 3, 185S.
by extraordinary efforts in the way of trumI have analyzed a sample of Chesnut Grove DARLEY'S MARGARET:
peting the qualities cf the Bitters, but a solid Whisky, received from Mr. Charles Wharton, Jr.,
Compositions in outline, from Judd's Margaret.
estimation of on invaluable medicine, which ii of Philadelphia, and having carefully tested it, I ly Felix C.
Jjarley. I large folio vol. j26.
am pleased to state that it is entirely free from
destined to bo an enduring as time itself.
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters have proved poisonous or deleterious substances.
It is an una Godsend to regions where fever and ague usually pure and fine flavored quality of whisky. DRESDEN GALLERY:
JAS. K. CHILTON, Analytical Chemist.
aud various other bilious complaints have
4to., finely illustrated. $58.
Boston, March 7, 1859.
counted their victims by hundreds.
I have made a chemical analysis of commercial
abla to state confidently that the "Bitters''
are a certain cure for the Dyspepsia and like samples of Chesnut Grove Whisky, which proves BULWER'S NOVELS:
to be free from the keavy Fusil Oils, and perfectdiseases, is to the proprietors n tource of unBeautiful edition. $28.
unadulterated. The fine flavor of
alloyed pleasure. It removes all morbid matter ly pure and is derived
from the Grain used in
from the stomnch, purifies the blood, and this Whisky
imparts renewed vitality to the nervous system,
A. A. HAYS, M. D., State Attaver,
giving it that tone at J energy indispensable
Of Female Lovlinese, Heroism, and Influxes.
No. 16, Boylston Street.
for the restoration of lKulth. it Operates upon
For Sale by C. WHARTON, Jr.,
the stomach, liver, and other digestive orjrans,
Sole Principal Agent,
mildly but powerfully, find soon re'toves them
Kb. 110 Walnut $treet FUiladelphia.
to acoudition essential to the healthy discharge
nov23 Wittw-lraof the functions of nature.
Elderly persons may use the Bitters daily a
NEW ALBANY AND SALEM
per directions on the bottle, and they will find
MADONNAS OF RAPHAEL 4to.
in it a stimulant peculiarly adapted tc comfort
declining years, as it is pleasant to the palate,
invigorating to the bowels, excellent as a tonic,
WOMEN OF THE SOUTH.
tyfcpr- and rejuvenating generally. Vi e have the evidence of thousands of aged men and women
Short Line Eouta to the North & West. LOVES OF THE POETS.
who have experienced the benefit of using this
while suffering from stomach depreparation
Through to Chicago in 15 Houus.
rangements and general debility ; acting under
Through to St. Louis lit 14 roues.
tiie advice of physiciaus, they have abandoned
TllEOUOH TO C'AIKO IK 211 H0UE3.
all deleterious drugs and fairly tested the
merits of this article. A few words to the Connections mado with all Western Roads for any GRAY'S ELEGY
gentler sex. There are certain periods when
their cari3 are so harassing that many of them ILLINOIS, MICHIGAN, WISCONSIN, IOWA,
FABLES OF LAFONTAINE.
sink under the trial. The relation of mother
MISSOURI, KANSAS, ic, Ao.
and child is so absorbingly tender, that the
mother, especially if she be young, is apt to Fare as Low as by auy other Railroad or Three Gems in one Setting.
Steam Bout Uoute.
forget her own health in her extreme anxiety
for her infant. Should the period of maternity
HEROINES OF SHAKSPEARE.
Freight destined for places in any of the above
arrivo during the summer season, the wear of States forwarded with
despatch and at low rates.
body and mind is generally aggravated. Here,
POETS AND POETRY OF AMERICA.
Mark care E. 0. Norton, Louisville.
then, is a necessity for a stimulant to recupe??For through tickets and rates of freight aprate the energies of the system, and enable the ply at "SHOUT LINE," Railroad office 555, Main
PROMISES OF JESUS.
mother to bear up under her exhausting trials street, Louisville, Ky.
and responsibilities. Nursing mothers geneBIBLES, HYMN BOOKS, PRAYER
E. 0. NORTON, Agent,
Aug. 31, lS57-t- f.
rally prefer the Bitters to all other invigora
tors that receive the endorsement of physiLouisville and Frankfort nnd Lexington BOOKS,
cians, because it is agreeablo to the taste as
anil Frankfort liailroud.
JUVENILES, tc, STANDARD
well as certain to give a permanent increase
Elis33 CSiiS.-:vt- 3
LITERATURE, in eonsidcrallt variety.
of bodily strength.
All those persons, to whom we Lave panicu
KEENON CRUTCHER'S Store is on Main
larly referred above, to wit: sufferers from ON and after Monday, Dec. 3,1860, trains will street, next door to the Big Eayle. Come and
leave Frankfort as follows:
fever and ague, caused by malaria, diarrhoea,
Trains going West at 7:55, a. It., and 3:13, p. u.
dysentery, indigestion, loss of appetite, und
Trains going East at 9:20, a. m., and 5:25 p. u.
all diseases or derangements jjf the stomach,
JOHN W. VOORHIS,
The Morning Train West makes connection for
superannuated invalids, persons of sedentary Chicago, leaving Jeffereonville at 2:50, p. u.
occupation, and nursing mothers, will consult
The Afternoon Train makes connoction via
their own physical welfare by giving to HoNew Albany, and Ohio and Mississippi
SOUTH SIDE MAIN STREET,
stetter's Celebrated Stomach Bitters a trial.
roads for the West and South.
Vi'e caution the public against
The Nashville Trains leave Louisville at 7:45,a.
Opposite Gray Jt Todd's Grocery Store,
m.; and 7:00 P. M. making close connections for
using any of the many imitations or counterfeits, but ask for Hostetteii's Celebhatku the South.
SAMUEL GILL, Superintendent.
Stomach Bittehs, and see that each bottle has
HAS just received his largo and extensive stook of
Dec. 3, 1800-t- f.
the words "Dr. J. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters"
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
blown on the side of the bottle, and stamped
Consisting of Clothe, Caattimerei, and Veutinye, of
on the metallic cap covering the cork, anu
the best quality, aud of the last styles and patobserve that our autograph signature is on the
Iain Street, Fraukfort, Ky.
terns, lie also has on hand a large assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
a- - Prepared and sold by HOSTETTEH &
JAKES R. WATSON, Proprietor.
And everything necessary for furnishing agentle-man'- s
SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa., and sold by all
druggists, grocers, and dealers generally
taken this well known house for a
throughout the United States, South AmeHAVING years, and thoroughly refitted it in in as good work warranted to be as well done, and
style, as at any other establishment in
rica, and Germany.
every department, I am now prepared to receive the Western country.
and accommodate, in superior tylt, all who may
New Goods!! favor me with a call. The undivided and cease- Frankfort, Oct. 5, Fit no Sale.-S1800-t- f.
less attention of mvself and assistants will bo as
siduously directed to tho comfort and pleasure of
those who moy honor the house witn tueir patron
age. If neat and clean beds, yenteel room, a sump
Ciuclnuutl nnd Kentucky IUvr
Of the Firm of R. Waltrr k Lro., Baltimore,
gjKsaw-.riatuou table, and polite and attentive tervanU, will re
am determined to deserve it.
uit ejcpreetly for the trade. GEO. STIVERS,
AS opened the store at the corner of Main and ceive patronage, I
The Par will be supplied at all times with the Master. Leaves Cincinnati on Mondays at 4 P.
St. Clair sts., for tho tale of
u., for Frankfort and Munday's Landing, and for
choicest liquors, cigars, and tobacco.
Woodford and Cogar's Landings on Thursdays, at
JAMES R. WATSON.
4 T. is.
Frankfort, May 9, 1860.
Returning, leaves Frankfort Wednesdays and
GENT'S F URN I SHIN 3 GOODS.
Sundays, at 8 o'clock, a. vi.
TTft hi. a fn?r rPfrivPil h
it ml Win
yifFor freight or passage apply on board or to
ter, and invites all persona wishing to buy anything
John R. Graham, agent, Frankfort. novl9 tf.
MR. JOHN WALTER,
in his line to call and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere, as he intends to keep the finest
nnd mnsit fnchinnnhlp rrnoiis in r!i ('irv- whiph ho
guarantees to sell at Eastern retail prices. Re- U
St. Clair sts., Frankfort, Ky.
E. B. GETZ, Salesman.
N. E. cor. Main
has removed his
THE undersignedClair street to tho store room
next door to Mrs. Reading's, on Broadway, where
he will continue to manufacture and keep for pale
(The Purest Medici
nal Agent ever
New Boot and Shoe Store.
St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky.,
NO.. 102The enterprising
propietor ol ,
At the old stand of T. P. Pierton.)
for the very liberal patronage I
since the above establishment
was opened, 1 have to Bay that no exertion ou my
part shall be wanting to supply the increasing demand for Cakes, Candies, Pyramids, Ico Cream,
ie., on the shortest notice and most reasonable
am also agent for Clark's Revolving
Looper Sewing Machines
one of the best and
cheapest machines now in use. Price $39; Hem- uiei
ffiSflCE! Ice I Ick! The greatest accommodation yet can be had at'my Confectionery at any
time from 5 o'clock, a. m., until W o'clock, v. m.
M. L. PIEItSON.
March 21, 1800.
Oflice adjoining Yeoman Iimldina
AND LADIES FURS,
At FOUR DOLLARS PER ANNUM, payable
heretofore occupied by John L. Scott.
JAMES SIMPSON AND JOHN L.
429 Main Street, between Fourth and Fifth,
JUDGE will horeafter practice law in partnerWekkly Commonwealth, a largo mamThe
ship in the Court of Appeals and Federal Court at
moth sheet, is published every Tuesday morning at
Frankfort. Judgo Simpson would respectfully
U UULLAKb flSK
refer to all persons who have known him, either
Our terms for advertising, either in the
at the Bar or as Circuit Judge in early life, or
or Weeklv Commonwealth, will be as lib- more recently as Judge of the Court of Appeals of
..ui:i,..i ; hA
eriiii as in any oi tne newspaper pwu""
JAHKS B. CUV.
THOS. B. MONKOK, Jit. Kentucky. John L.
would refer to the perwest.
sons heretofore referred to by him in his published
pS" All letters upon business should be
to insure attention.
All business in tho Court of Appeals and FedITWILL practice law in the United States, Cir- - eral Court
entrusted to this firm will receive faithT cuit and District Courts held at Frankfort,
and the Court of Appeals of Kentucky. Busi- ful and prompt attention.
5fif Mr. Scott resides in Frankfort, and may bo
ness confided to them will receive prompt attenfound at all times at bis office adjoining tho Yeotion.
Address Thos. B. Monroe, Secretary of Stato, man Printing Office.
Frankfort, or Clay & Monroe, office Short street,
THOS. B. MOXROE, JR.,
Everybody wants to make out their bills, and
everybody can save a vast amount of labor by Has been engaged to attend to the unfinished professional business of the late Hon. Ben. Monroe,
addressed to him at Frankfort
will receive prompt attention.
AND CORRUGATED IRON ROOFS.
(AltCHTD AND FLAT.)
KE cheap as wood, and our manufactory
is capable of supplv aud demand.
gated Iron Sheets constantly on hand of all sizes,
painted and ready for shipment, with
tions tor applying tnem.
T(3r Leave orders at "o. 60 West Third Street,
MOSELEY & CO.
April 2, 1860-b- y.
FURNISHING GOODS AT AUCTION.
1IIE undersigned will commence, on Saturday,
November 3d, at his
Commonwealth office, to sell his large and splendid
assortment of Clothing and Furnishing Goods at
Auction, without reserve. Xhe sale will bo continued from dav to day until the entire stock is
disposed of. He will also sell at privato sale, to
those wishing to purchaso, at cost or auction
Auction every Monday, Friday, and Satprices.
urday evenings, at 7 o'clock.
Jos. Taylor, Auct r. S. L1LKK, Prop'r.
THE KENTUCKY FARMER.
ONLT ONE DOLLAR
THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE!!!
Skcond Volume of the "Kentucky
closed with the month of June, and the
Volume commenced in July last. We promTnird
ised two years ago to try and give to tho Agriculturalists and Stock Raisers of Kentucky a
paper worthy of their patronage. We put the
question now to every one of its patrons:
Have we given you a
we redeemed that pledge?
fair equivalent for THE DOLLAR, which was
paid for the Kentucky Farmer? If so, lot every
one of our present subscribers renew their own
subscriptions, and send us one or more additional names for tho THIRD VOLUME.
Tho receipts for tho First Volume about paid
the expenses of its publication.
our patrons that we would published One Volume
we obtained a sutlicient amount to pay
its expenses or not. We redeemed that pledge.
The subscription list increased for the Second
Volume, but is nothing like so large as it should
be. Shall we have the kind and continued support of its present patrons, together with their
If so, we promaid in extending its circulation?
ise to o everything in our power to make the
paper worthy of a generous Kentucky public.
The "Kentucky Farmer" will still be published monthy, in its present form of sixteen large
quarto pages, for ONE DOLLAR per annum, payAs the small amount
able invariably in advance.
charged for the paper will not justify tho trouble
and expense of collecting subscriptions, no paper
will be forwarded unless paid for in advance.
Subscriptions can be forwarded to us by
mail at our risk. Letters addressed to us need not
be registered. Address
A. G. HODGES ic CO.,
Fruits, Nuts. &a., for
Christmas and New Year.
1RAY 4 TODD have now on hand the
JT largest assortment of
Cakes, Candies. Fruits, Nuts, (tc,
Ever before offered in this market, which they will
LARGE GOLD BRACELET, with the own- dispose of Cheap. Every one desiring anything
er's name engraved on it. The finder will in their line for Christmas and NewasYear, will
be liberally rewarded upon leaving it at this of- make money by giving them
determined to sell- fice,
a New Carriage, and
Jacks and Jennets.
A Negro Woman,
WISH to sell at private sale a valuable NEGRO WOMAN, about 3H or 89 years old-so- und
and healthy; a fine NEW CARRIAGE,
which was made in Salem, Ohio, and has never
been used ; FOUR JACKS, one 4 years old next
spring, and the others voonger; and FIFTEEN
JENNETS, of different"ages.
bargains will be given.
L. W. MACEY.
FINE FALL AND WINTER
now receiving a fine stock of Gentlemen's
made in the very latest Fall styles.
Also, a fine assortment of Furnishing Goods, made
J. C. MANDEVILLE & CO.
,Yu. 227 Alain, alove Third Street.
N. B. Large size Garments of all styles.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
About the 6th instant, a light BAY
HORSE, shod all round, 15
high, a star in his forehead and snip on
the uose ; one hind foot white ; 8 or 9 years old.
He may have light harness marks, as he works in
ONK HUNDRED HOLLARS REAVAKD
Will be paid upon conviction of the thief and return of the horse, if stolen : or a generous reward
if ho should have strayed.
A. V. JJLDLSV.
Frankfort, dccl2 tf.
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS.
"VTOTICE is hereby given that we will rigidly
inforce the law against all persons who tres
pass on our lands by passing through the same,
leaving down our fences, pillaging our crops and
fruit, outting trees or hunting and fishing on our
THOS. S. PAGE.
Franklin county, August 13, 1860.