FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY, JANUARY
Will be published every Monday, Wed
nesti;iy tmd Friday, by
A. G. HODGES & COMPANY,
mnt vmjmm mm
AND LADIES FURS,
FOUR DOLLARS PER ANNUM,
429 Main Street, between
TnK Wrr.KLT Commonwealth,
a large mam
moth shent, is published every Tuesday uiormng at
X WO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, in advanco.
Our torms for advertising, cither in the
or Weekly Commonwealth, will bo as liberal as in any of" the newspapers published in the
All letters upon business should bo postpaid to insure attention.
Fourth and Fifth,
THOS. B. MONBOK, JR,
7"ILL practice law In the United States, Cir
cuit and District Courts hold at iranktort,
and the Court of Appeals of Kentucky. Business confided to them will receive prompt attention.
AdJross Thos. B. Monroe, Secretary of State,
Frankfort, or Clay fe Monroe, office Short street,
THOS. B. MONROE,
Everybody wants to make ont their bills, and
verybody can save a rust amount of labor by
lias been engaged to attend to the unfinished professional business of the late Hon. Bon. Monroe,
addressed to him at Frankfort
will receive prompt attention.
O. W. CIADDOCK.
J. J. BUTLER'S
EMCILSE0B FLUID INKS.
to him shall bo faithfully
and promptly attended to. His ofiico is on St.
Clair street, near the Branch Bank of Kentucky,
where he may generally bo found.
for general purposes,
Record, for Ledgers and Records,
Auy business confided
Law in the Court of Appeals,
and Franklin Cirouit Court.
Office adjoining Yeoman Building
heretofore occupied by John L. Scot).
JAMES SIMPSON AND JOHN L.
JUDGE will hereafter praetico law in partnership in tho Court of Appeals and Federal Court at
Frankfort. Judge Simpson would respectfully
refer to all persons who have known him, either
at tho Ear or as Circuit Judge in early lifo, or
more recently as Judge of the Court of Appeals of
Kentucky. John L. .cott would rofer to the persons heretofore referred to by him in his published
All business in tho Court of Appeals and Federal Court entrusted to this firm wiil reccivo faithful and prompt attention.
SSMr. Scott resides in Frankfort, and may bo
found at all times at his office adjoining the Yeowi-twljan-man Printing Office.
for Letlcr Press,
Carmine, of brilliant hue.
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
Angnst 8, 1S60.
MONROE & HARLAN'S DIGEST OF TIIE DECISION'S OF THE COURT OF APPEALS,
REVISED STATUTES OF KENTUCKY,
DEBATES OF TIIE CONVENTION,
I vol. Price
JUSTICES, CLERKS, SHERIFFS,
Law in all tho Courts held in
PIACTICES and tho adjoining counties. Of- tioo on St. Clair street, four doors from the Bridge.
if, 18i9-t- f.
Attorney and Counsellor at law,
BLANKS FOR COUNTY COURT JUDGE3 of
Price 10 eta. per quire.
OFFICE on Short street between
WARRANTS AND EXstone and Upper streets.
Hay 23, lbo9-t- f.
Price 50 cts. per quire.
SALE NOTICES,' REPLEVIN
Price 60 cts. per quire.
SHERIFF'S REPLEVIN BONDS.
Price oO cts per quire.
in all the Courts held in
PRACTICES in Oldham, Henry, Trimble and
Oflice on St.. Clair street, near
CIRCUIT CLERK'S EXECUTIONS.
Price GO cts. per quire.
BLANK CHECKS, on Branch Bank of Kentucky,
at Frankfort, and Farmers Bank of Kentucky.
Price 7i cts., per quire
1 per quirts.
BLANK DEEDS. Price
the Court Houso.
Oct. 23, 1363.
J. II. KINKEAD,
Orders from a distance for any of the above
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
named Books or Blanks will be promptly attended to when accompanied by the Cash; aud if deGALLATIN, MO.
sired to be forwarded by mail, the postage icill be
PRACTICES in tho Circuit and other Courts of
upon the oondition that it be refunded by
Daviess, and the Circuit Courts of the adthe person ordering the article to bo sent by mail.
02 OlBce up stairs in the Gallatin Sun Ofiice.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
We are prepared to execute all kinds of
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
20TOffi.ee on St. Clair Street under the Binderii.
Sheriffs, and all other kinds of Blanks,
printed on short notice and moderate terms.
DR. J.permanently located Frankfort,
his professional services to the citizens of the town and vicinity.
3fOffice on Main street, in Mansion House,
2nd door from corner.
Aug. 29, 1860-t- f.
Street, between 4th
Printed in the very best and neatest manner, and
on moderate terms.
C, 1867-t- f.
and Job Wort;,
In the neatest and best style, on short notice, an
as low as any office will do similar work.
tfANUFACrUREKS OF AND DEAI.KKS IS
NEWS, BOOK AND JOB TYPE,
BY E. G. HAMBLETON,
operations on tho Teeth will be directed
a scientific knowledge, both of Surgery
aud Medicine, this being tho only safe guide to
From this ho is enabled to
operate with far less pain to tho patient void of
All work warranted; the workmanship
will show for itself. Calls will be thankfully re-
Printing: Presses, Cases, Galleys, &cM
I3f Office at his residence on Main street.
Siikt and Printing Material of every Description- ktFranort, May 27, 1353.
Of all kinds; Books, Music, Patont Mvdioin
Directions, Jobs, Wood Cuts, &c, Jtg.,
Brand and Pattern Letter of Varioui f tylea.
ia all its Branches.
R. ALLI SON
SO, 1859-I- y.
HARDIN'S GALLERY 0V ART,
, Corner St. Clair and Main Streets,
on St. Clair, opposite
JOHN P. MORTON
(SCCCES90R TO MORTON 4 GRI3WOID,)
Booksellers, Stationers, Binders, and Book and Job
Printers, Main Street, Louisville, Ky.,
on hand a complete
HAVE constantlyMedical, Theological, Classiof Law,
cal, School, and Miscellaneous Hooks, at low prices.
Paper of every description, quality, and
Schools, and Private Libraries
supplied at a small advanco on cost, Wholesale or
July 13, IStlO-b- y.
MATING opened a Gallery, tlie of Frankfort CITY BARBER,
informs the citizens
Rooms under Commonwealth Oflice.
and vicinity, that he is prepared to t, .ke pictures
you want your Hair Trimmed, Face Shaved,
in the best style. Having a superior Camera, ho
or your Head Shampooned, go to
thinks he can please those who ma; favor him
H. SAMUEL'S BARBER SHOP.
with their patronage.
Feb. 8, 1SC0.
AilBROTYPES, MELAINEOTYPE 3, PHOTOGRAPHS, AC,
of sizes and in cases to suit the tastes of all,
taken in the highest stylo of the art, aj id ou moderate terms.
03 He invites those who wish to get their
fE will keep during the season Maltby's Ccl- likenesses taken, to call and see sped mens of his
eoratca reari uysiers, dv tne can anil Halt
Satisfaction will bo given 01 no charge can.
GRAY Jt TODD.
W. H. II. i t ARDIN.
September IS, lS60-6A?ril 13,
EOT AND COLD BA TES
0 bo had, day and night, nt
SAMUEL S EAREEJ I SHOP.
No. 39, Vine St. Cincinnati, O.
&. CRUTCHER are the Agents
of the Manufacturer in Frankfort, and will supply
Retailers at manufacturer's wholesale prices with
tho addition of carriage.
Dec. 14, 1859 by.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Watt Side Scott St. bet. Third & Fourth
February 22, 1800-t- f.
by John C. Herndon,
THE GENERAL ACTS of Session laio-- 6.
Pamphlet form. Price
DIGEST OF THK STAT-
COVE MILL FOR SALE.
North of Frankfor, on
turnpike road. For particulars
GIN AS A REMEDIAL AGENT.
delicious tonic stimulant, especially
for the use of the Medical Proevilon
and the Family, having superseded the
The proprietors and manufacturers of
can appeal with perfect confidence to
pliysiciims and citizens generally of the United
States, because tho article lias attained a reputation heretofore unknown. A few fucts upon
thin point will tpcak more powerfully than
volumes of bare assertion or blazoning puilcry.
Tho consumption of Hosicltcr's Stomach Bitn
ters for the lust year amounted to over a
bottles, :md from its manifest steady-increasin times past,'it is evident that during
the coming year the consumption will reach
near one million bottles. This iinnic-nscould never li;H-- been sold but for the rare
medicinal properties contained in the preparation, and the .miction of tho most prominent
physicians in thoso sections of the country
where the article ia best known, who not only
recommend tho Bitters to tiicir patients, but
are ready at u!l times to civc testimonials to its
efiicacyiu r. 11 crimes of stomachic iier.u:gemc:its
and the disease resulting therefrom.
This is i;ot a tcuip"rary popularity, obtained
by extraordinary efforts in the w:.y of trumpeting the qualities of the Bitters, but a solid
estimation oi'aa invaluable
destined to be a3 etiduriu as time itself.
llostettei's Ste.r.aeh Bitters have proved
a Godsend to regions vheie fever and agus
and various other bilious c.uijiiaiius have
counted ti.eh- victims by hundreds.
r.bie to state confidently that the "Bitters''
are a certain cure for the l'yspenia and likt
diseases, is to the proprietors a source of unalloyed pleasure, it removes nil morbid matter
from tho stomach, purifies the blood, and
imparts renewed vitality to the nervous system,
giving it that ton.' iv.d cr.frp' inuisven.-abllor the restoration of health. It ovf ii.es upon
thestomach, liver, aud other digestive organs.
mild!y but powerfully, and soon restores their,
to a condition essential to the healthy discharge
of the functions of nature.
Elderly persons may use the Litters daily as
per directions on the uttlo, nnd they vil! iir.d
in it a stimulant ptculiarly adapted tc cnmloi't
declining years, as it is pleasant to the palate,
invigoiating to tho bowels, excellent as a tonic,
and rejuvenating generally. 'Vc have the evidence of thousands of aged ntea find women
who have experienced the benelit of using this
preparation while suffering from stomach derangements and general debility; acting under
the advice of physicians, they have abandoned
all deleterious drugs nnd fairly testeil the
merits of this nrtieln. A few words to the
gentler sex. There are certain periods when
their cares are so harassing that many of them
sink under the trial. The relation of mothc
and child is so absorbingly tender, that the
mother, especially if she be young, is apt to
forget Iter own health in her extreme anxiety
for her infant. Should the period of maternity
arrive during the summer season, (he wear ot
body and mind is generally aggravated. Here,
then, is a necessity for a stimulant to recuperate th? energies of the system, and enable the
mother to bear up under her exhausting tiials
and responsibilities. Nursing mothers generally prefer the Bitters to all other invigora
tors that receive the endorsement of physicians, becauso it is agreeable to the taste as
well as certain to give a permanent increase
of bodily strength.
All those persons, to whom we have particu
larly referred above, to wit: sufferers from
fever and ngue, caused by malaria, diarrhoea,
dysentery, indigestion, loss of appetite, and
ail diseases or derangements of the stomach,
superannuated invalids, persons of sedentary
occupation, and nursing mothers, will consult
their own physical welfare by giving to Hos
tetter's Celebrated Stomach Bitters a trial.
We caution the public against
using any of the many imitations or counter
feits, but ask for IIostf.tteu's Celebkati-.Stomach Bittei:s, and see that each bottle has
the words "Dr. J. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters"
blown on tho side of the bottle, and stamped
on the metallic cap covering the cork, ami
observe that our autograph signature is on the
H3- - Prepared and sold by HOSTETTEE &
SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa., and sold by all
drurjgists, grocers, and dealers generally
throughout tho United States, South America, and Germany.
1st. Intense black color, (at first ot a
3d. Easy flow from the Pen.
3d. Permanency, (will never fade by
These Inks con be satisi'ictori-l- y
CR AD DOCK & CRADDOCK,
used to the last drop. Other domestic Inks in a
brief time grow too thick for use, and are fit only
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
to be thrown away before half consunr.-lFRANKFORT, KY.
on St. Clair street, next door south of TJte Carmine viay be exposed to the orhon of the air
Bank of Kentucky.
Will practice law in copartnership in all the Facts Confirming the above Qualities.
Courts holdcn in the city of Frankfort, and in the
1st. These Writing Fluids are now in general
Circuit Courts of the adjoining counties.
use throughout the United States, with an increasJan. 5, 18o8-t- r.
2d. They have been analyzed by Dr. Chilton,
. W. FIXXELL.
V. T. CHAMBERS.
the celebrated Chemist of Now York City, and
FINNELL & CHAMBERS,
pronounced "equal in quality and durability to
tho best imported Englhh Fluids." ManufacAT
J. J. BUTLER, Agent,
Xnrn out that clasi of Printing in the highest style
of the art, and at the
(Tho Purest Medici- mil Agent ever
known,) has furn
a stimulant Pure,
Healthful and Invig
orating, at tho same
tiino a mild, delicious beverage.
calculated to du away with tho vile drugged Btuff
that is palmed off on the community, and which
is injurious to body and mind. In addition to the
certificates beneath, ho has received a Diploma
from tho State AfriculturalSncitti;, and additional
testimony from Dr. Jackson, of Boston, who testifies under oath to its absolute purity.
New and Elegantly
For Christmas and tho Holidays, for sale by
Philadelphia, Sept. 9th, 1808.
We bavo carefully tested the sample of Cheanut HOGARTH'S WORKS:
Grove Whisky which you sent us, aud find that it
contains none of the Poisonous Substances known
In a series of one hundred and fifty engTavings,
as Fusil Oil, which is tho characteristic and in- with descriptions and a comment on their moral
jurious ingredient of the wbiskvs in general use. tendency. By Rev. John Truster. 2 vols., 4to.,
BOOTH, GARRET k CAM AC,
Xew York, Sept. 3, 1803.
I bavo analyzed a sample of Chesnut Grove DARLEY'S MARGARET
Whisky, received from Mr. Charles Wharton, Jr.,
of Philadelphia, and having carefully tested it, I by Fetij: C. Darley. outline, from Judd's
I laige folio vol.
am pleased to state that it is entirely free from
poisonous or deleterious substances.
It is an unusually pure and fine flavored quality of whisky. DRESDEN
JAS. R. CHILTON, Analytical Chemist.
4to., finely illustrated. $50.
Boston, March 7, 1859.
I have mado a chemical analysis of commercial
samples of Chesnut Grovo Whisky, which proves BULWER'S NOVELS:
to bo free from the heavy Fusil Oils, and perfectBeautiful edition. $28.
ly pure and unadulterated. The tine flavor of
this Whisky is derived from the Grain used ia
A. A. HAYS, M. D., State Aeaayer,
Ko. lo lioylston Streot.
Of Female Lovliness, Ueroiem, and
For Sale by C. Wll VHTO.V Jr.,
Solo Principal Agent,
Ao. 110 Walnut street, Philadelphia.
WOMEN OF THE SOUTH.
Short Line Koute to the North & West. LOVES OF. THE POETS.
TnnoucH to Chicago ix 1j llouuu.
'l'HRoncii to St. Louis is 14 iiouhs.
Tup.ocgi! to Cairo ix 20 nofus.
Connections mado with all Western Hoadii for any
ILLINOIS, MICHIGAN, WISCONSIN, IOWA,
MISSOURI, KANSAS, is., ka.
Fare as Low as by any other Itailroad or Three Gems in one Setting.
Steam lioat Jtonte.
HEROINES OF SHAKSPEARE.
Freight destined for
in any of the above
States forwarded with despatch and ut low rates.
Mark care E. O. Norton, Louisville.
'3"For through tickets and rates of freight apply at "SHORT LINE," Railroad office 555, Main
street, Louisville, Ky.
E. 0. NORTON, Agent,
Aug. 31, lS57-t- f.
Louisville and Frankfort and Lexington
.and Frankfort Kailroad.
POETS AND POETRY OF AMERICA.
PROMISES OF JESUS.
nYMN BOOKS, PR A YEA
JUVENILES, &c, STANDARD
LITERATURE, in considerable variety.
KEENON tc CRCTCHER'S Store is on Main
after Monday, Dec. 3,1800, trains will street, next door to tho Big Eaijle. Come and
Faukfort as follows:
Trains going West at 7:56, a. m., and 3:13, p. ii.
Trains going East at 9:20, a. m., and 5:25 p. si.
" Gins," " Aromatic," " Cordial," " Medicated,"
The Morning Train West makes connection for
"Schnapps," etc., is now indorsod by all of the
Chicago, leaving Jefl'crsonvillo at 2:50, p. M.
prominent physicians, chemists, and connoisseurs,
The Afternoon Train makes eonnectiou via
us possessing all of those intrinsic medicinal qualNew Albany, and Ohio and Mississippi
ities (tonic and diuretic) which belong to an OLD
SOUTH SIDE MAIN STREET,
roads for the West and South.
and PVUE Gin. Put up in quart bottles and sold
The Nashvillo Trains leave Louisville at 7:45, a.
Opposite Gray &. Todd's Grocery Store,
bv all druggists, grocers etc.
m.; and 7:00 p. ii. making close connections for
A. M. BIXIXGER k CO.,
(Established in 1778.)
SAMUEL GILL, Superintendent.
HAS just received his large and extensive stock of
No. 19 Broad street, N. Y.
Dec. 3, 18f)0-t- f.
For sale by J). S. BARNES CO., No 13 Park
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Rfw, New ork.
Consisting of Cloths, Casximeres, and Vestings, of
Our long experience and familiarity with the
the best quality, and of the last styles aud patrequirements of Druggists, and our superior busiterns. He also has on hand a large assortment of
Main Street, Frankfort, Ky.
ness facilities, enable us to furnish them with
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOOD3,
choice Liquors for medicinal and family use.
JAMES E. WATSON, Proprietor.
And everything necessary for furnishing a gentlenov23 w&twly.
man's entiro wardrobe.
this well known house for a
HAVING taken and thoroughly refitted it in in pZTgood work warranted other as well done, and
style, as at any
every department, I am now prepared to receive the Western country.
Wholesale and Retail Confectioner,
and accommodate, in superior style, all who may
353No Fit no Sai.e.-2- S
received and opened, at his
favor me with a call. Tho undivided and ceaseFrankfort, Oct. 5, S00-t- f.
HAS just on St. Clair Street, Frankfort,
less attention of myself and assistants will be aswhere he will manufacture and keep on
siduously directed to the comfort and pleasure of
hand all varieties of Fine Cakes, Preserved Fruits,
those who may honor the house with their patronPies, Candies, Candy Toys in short, everything
age. If neat and clean beds, genteel rooms t a sumpClnciunall nnd Kentucky Klv.r
that properly belongs to a first class Confectionery
Of the Firm cf R. Waiter & Bro,, Baltimore,
tuous table, and polite and attentive servants, will reEstablishment. He pledges himself that every
'ui7 expressly for the trade.
opened the storo at the corner of Main and ceive patronage, I am determined to deserve it.
article manufactured by him shall be of the very
Cincinnati on Mondays at 4 P.
The Bar will be supplied at all times with the Master.
HAS Clair sts., for the sale of
m., for Frankfort "and Mundny's Landing, and for
choicest liquors, cigars, and tobacco.
Families can be furnished, either for weddings
Woodford and Cogar's Landings on Thursdays, at
JAMES R. WATSOX.
or parties, with every article suitable for such oc4 F. M.
Frankfort, May 9, lfifitf.
casions, upon tho shortest notice and upon the
Returning, leaves Frankfort Wednesdays and
most reasonable terms.
Sundays, at 8 o'clock, a. u.
He will also keep the very best of all kinds of
freight or passage apply on board or to
lie has just received his stock for Fall and WinOK
Wine which he will sell by the bottle or by tho ter, and invites all persona wishing to buy anything
John R. Graham, agent, Frankfort.
in his line to call and examine his stock before purHe will also supply those who may wish to pur
chasing clsowhcre, as he intends to keep the finest
chase at wholesale, every article manufactured by and most fashionable goods in the city, which he
ONLY ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM!!
him, on as reasonable terms as the same article of guarantees to sell at Eastern retail prices. ReA Negro 'Wonian, a New Carriage, and
like quality can be purchased at Louisville or Cin
member the Store.
NOW IS TIIE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE!!!
Jacks and Jennets.
N. E. cor. Main & St. Clair sts., Frankfort, Ivy.
Ho asks a fair trial, and he feels assured that he
WISH to sell at private sals a valuable NEE. Li. GET, Salesman.
"Kentucky Fae- Second Volume of tho
can and will render universal satisfaction.
GRO WOMAN, about 38 or 39 years old-s- ound
closed with the month of June, and the
Frankfort, Doc. 28, 1859.
and healthy'; a Cuo NEW CARRIAGE,
Tnird Volume commenced in July last. We prom;
which was mado in Salem, Ohio, and has never
ised two years ago to try and givo to tho AgriLOOK AT THIS!
years old next
TUBULAR WROUGHT IRON culturalists and Stock Raisers of Kentucky a sprintr, and; FOUR JACKS, one 4 aud FIFTEEN
tho others younger;
Wo put the
paper worthy of their patronage.
Have JENNETS, of different ages.
question now' to every one of its patrons:
bargains will be given.
Have wo given you a
we redeemed that pledge?
OF AXD DEALER I.Y
L. W. MACEY.
fair equivalent for THU DOLLAR, which was
paid for the Kentucky Farsiick? If so, let every
FALL AND WINTER
one of our present subscribers ronew their own
St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky.,
sub'criptions, and send us one on mobs addition(At the old stand of T. P. Pitnon.)
al names for the THIRD VOLUME.
The receipts for tho First Volume about paid
for the vory liberal patronage I
TnAXKFUL sinco tho abovo establishment
tho expenses of its publication.
J. C. MANDEVILLE
AND CORRUGATED IRON ROOFS.
our patrons that wo would published One Volume
was opened, I have to say that no exertion on my
whether we obtained a sufficient amount to pay
RE now receiving a fine stock of Gentlomcn'a
(arched and flat.)
part shall be wanting to supply the increasing deits expenses or not. We redeemed that pledge.
Clothing, mado in the very latest ran styles
mand for Cakes, Candies, Pyramids, Ice Cream,
ehcnp as wood, and our manufactory
ARE capablo of supply and demand. Corru- The subscription nothingincreased largo theit Second Iso, a fine assortment of Furnfshing Goods, made
Ac, on the shortest notice and most reasonable
J. C. MANDEVILLE & CO.
gated Iron Sheets constantly on hand of all sizos, Volume,
Shall we have the kind and continued supbe.
No. 227 Mam, above Ihird Street.
fiifZ. am also agent for Clark's Revolving painted and ready for shipment, with full instruc- port of its present patrons, together with their
sizo Garments of all styles.
N. B. Large
Looper Sewing Machines
one of the best nnd tions for applying them.
If so, we promin extending its circulation?
cheapest machines now in use. Price $33 j Hem- 23" Loavo orders at So. COMOSELEY 4 Streot, aid to do everything in our power to moke the September 19,
istr sj e.iru.
of a generous Kentucky public.
.23 ICE! Ice I Ice! The greatest accommo
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
April 2, ISCO-b- y.
The "Kentucky Farmer" will still be publishdation yet can be had at'my Confectionery at any
About the Cth instant, a light BAY
ed monthy, in its present form of sixteen large ii)V-7time trom o o clock, A. u., untit y o cloclt, p. it.
HORSE, shod all round, Ib'A hands
S;i!c of Ready-mad- e
quarto pages, for ONE DOLLAR per annum, payM. L. PIERSON.
March 21, 1800.
and snip on
able invariably in advanco. As the small amount
t2iniSlli hind foot n'3 forehead 9 years old.
white : S or
nose ; one
GOODS AT AUCTION. charged for the paper will not justify thenotrouble the may havo light harness marks, as ho works ia
and expense of collecting subscriptions,
rSHIE undersigned will commence, on under the will be forwarded unless paid for in advance.
his store-rooNovember 3d, at
Subscriptions can be forwarded to us by OMC IIlNDRED DOLLARS REWARD
undersigned has removed his
otii. e, to sell his large an i splendid
us need not Will be paid upon conviction of the thief and remail at our risk. Letters addressed to
from St. Clair street to the store room Commonwealth
turn of the horse, if stolen ; or a generous reward
next door to Mrs. Reading's, on Broadway, where assortment of Clothing and The sale willGoods at be REGISTERED. Address
be conif ho should have straved.
A. G. HODGES A CO.,
he will continue to manufacture and keep for sale Auction, without reserve.
until the entire stock is
A. W. DUDLEY.
Frankfort, decl2 tf.
tinued from d;iv to day
If All Kinds of Boots and Shoes
disposed of. Ho will also sell at privato sale, to
For ladies and gentlemen. He will sell on those wishing to purchase, at cost or auction Confectionaries, Fruits, Nuts, &c, for
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS.
moderate terms, aud warrant the work to bo good. prices. Auction every Holiday, Friday, aud SatChristmas and New Year.
He has also made an arrangement with a com"TOTICE is hereby given that wo will rigidly
urday ovenines. at 7 o'clock.
inl'orce the law against all persons who tresS. WEILER, Prop'r.
petent workman to REPAIR OR MAKE all kind?
RAY k TODD bavo now on hand the
Jos. Tavi.ok. Auot'r.
pass on our lands by passing through the same,
largest assortment of
leaving down our fences, pillaging our crops and
Cakes, Ctndies, IVuits, Xvts, itc,
Such ns CAPES, TIPPETS, GLOVES, Ac.
Ever before offered in this market, which they will t'ruit, cutting trees or hunting and fishing on our
LARGE GOLD BRACELET, wiih tho own-cr- 's dUposo of Cheap. Every ouo desiring anything forms.
r.nmo cccraved on it. Tbo finder will in their lino for Christmas and Newe.31
FALL PAPER AND POCKET Ct'TLERT.
be liborallv' rewarded upon leaving it at thi3 of- - make money by giving them a tall,
New supplies iust received.
Franklin county, August 13, 160.
determined to sell.
S. C. DULL. Booksellor.
erchant T i lor,
MR. JOHN WALTER,
New Boot and Shoe Store.
Of Fnr "Work,