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rriTflTi DAILY 111 Hi VOL. 7. Tin: FRANKFORT, a K..KI.1 J. COM.tili.WVE.Ui WILL BK PUBLISHED EVERY MONDAY, NESDAY, AND FRIDAY, W. McCLUNG. A (Formerly of Kentucky.) WED- Attorney at Law & Real Estate Broker, OF KENTUCKY, SPLENDID ASSORTMENT FANCY CAN ARTICLES, BE OBTAINED AT 3d Street, St. Paul, Minnesota. DR. MILLS' DRUG STORE. to per cent WrILL loan money for capitalists at 24loan,36(Minneso real estate worth double the and make investments in city or At THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM, paya-- ' ta has no usury law)me oest aavaniage. POMADES FOR THE HAIR country property 10 ble in advance.- Of every style and price at The boat Kentucky reforeucesgiveu if required. CorDr. MILLS' Drug Store. respondence solicited. Jan. 7, 1857 ly. The Weekly Commonwealth, a large mam"BRUSHES, TOOTH moth sheet is published every Tuesday mornA beautiful assortment, at ing at TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, in adto. D . Drug Store. Dr. vance. Attorney and Counselor at Law, Our terms for advertising, either in the COMBS or Weekly Commonwealth, will bo as FRANKFORT, KY., every descrlptton and material, at liberal as in any of the newspapers published in IT ILL practice in all the courts held in Frankfort, and Dr. MILLS' Drug Store I? in Ihe adjoining counties. He will attend particuthe west. to the of the State. O" All letters upon business should be post- larly businesscollection oftodebts in anv Dart with prompt HAIR BRUSHES. All hiin will meet eounued paid to insure attention. The largest variety in Frankfort, at aiLeuiiou. Dr. MILLS' Drug Store. Voffice on St. Clair streetin the new building next door to the Kranch Bank of Kentucky, over G. vv. irauuocK's oinee. ODONTALGICPREPARATIONS. LAW BOOKS AND BLANKS, Feb. 0, 1857 woitwby. Consisting of Tooth Soaps, Tooth Paste, Tooth Powder, Dr. MILLS' Drag Store. &c.,at FOR BALE BENJAMIN MONROE. JAMES MONROE By A. G. HODGES, STATE K.RANDOLPH SMITH. Chicago. 111. AT COMMONWEALTH OFFICE. BOOKS. MONROE fc HARLAN'S DIGEST OP THE DECISIONS OF THE COURT OF APPEALS, 2 vols. Price, $12 00 J. MONROE, A TTOiEYS AT LAW, FRANKFORT, B. & KY. DOG GRASS" BRUSHES. For Cloth, Velvet and Bonnet purposes, at Dr. MILLS' Drug Store. FANCYSOAPS C1U5.8. WULIH. Chicago, 111. SMITH, WALLER EE AL 12, 1 85 & CO., MASONIC TEMPLE, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, GIVE particular and personalinattention to the Lots, of money for others Land, Town fcc, in Illinois. Iowa, Wisconsin, and Minnesota, and to the location of Land Warrants. They will also invest money on UOSDS and REAL ESTATE SECURITIES, at highly remunerative rates of interest, for parties desiring it. Their facilities and opportunities for investment, experience in the business, and acquaintance with the great .North-Wes- t, warrant the beliel hat they can make as sale and proiitable investments as any parties in the West. All letters of inquiry or on business promptly answered. Address, SMITH, WALLER & CO., Box "o. 2T7, Chicago, Illinois, or J. T. BOVLE Danville Ky. REFERENCES. Hon. S. A. Douglas, Chicago, 111. Hon. B. L. Morris, Chicago, III. Gov. J. A. Mattkson, Joliet, 111. Hon. D. Davis, Bloomington, 111. Gov. C. S. Morehead, Frankfort, Ky. Hon. Tuns. S. Page, Frankfort, Ky. Messrs. Hodley & Pindell, Louisville, Ky. Messrs. Taylor, Shelby Ac Co., Lexington, Ky. Col. J. W. Finnell, Covington, Ky. Hon. V. C. Goodloe, Richmond, Ky. Col. C. Rodes, Danville, Ky. Hon. Z. Wheat, Columbia, Ky. Hon. J. R. Underwood, liowlinggreen, Ky. Hon. John G. Rogers, Glasgow, "Ky. Hon. John L. Helm, Klizabethtown, Kv. Hon. L. W. Powell, Henderson, Ky. IjJames Monroe will attend to the collection of Of every price, of all shapes, colors, sizesand perfumes, claunsiu central Kentucky: also, to the investigation ol at Dr. MILLS' Drug Store. KENTUCKY CODES OF PRACTICE, tilles to land in Kentucky, on behalf of 1 vol. 3 50 Price, and others. April 9, 185b tf. FINE TOILET BOTTLES, REVISED STATUTES OF KENTUCKY, Beautiful stylesof Bohemian, at 1 vol. 5 00 Price, JOHN A. MONROE, Dr. MILLS' Drugstore. May 30, ln5b If. DEBATES OF THE CONVENTION, ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 1 vol. 3 00 Price, COLOGNE, FINE FRAIYRFORT, KY. For sale in any quantity, either in bottles, suitable for GUIDE TO JUSTICES, CLERKS. SHERIFFS, MRS. M. 11ERRENSMITH, ILL practice Law in the Court in the &c, by John C. Herndon, W' Franklin Circuit Court, and all of Appeals' Courts the toilet, or otherwise, at RESPECTFULLY invites the particular other State Dr. MILLS' Drug Store. 1 vol. a 00 Price, SL.'' attention of the Ladies of Fraukfortand LwJ held in Fraukiort, and will attend to the collection ol Debts for iVr vicinity, that she has just returned from Sy"4 ACTS OF THE LEGISLATURE OF KY. iu any partof the State. the East with a most beautiful assortment of Always ai home, everj communication will have his 3 00 Session 1855 and IH.ti ' vols. Price alleuiiuu outhtj same day received, and will be prompt The genuine Lubin's as well as a variety of other's THE GENERAL ACTS of Session 1855 and Ij answered, and tUusUis clients kept algays advised ot make, in new styles, and at all prices, at WIJSiTER FALL . 185b in Phainphlct form. Price 100 theiratfmrs. And having determined to have all bis Dr. MILLS'Drug Store. briefs and arguments in the Court of Appeals printed, THE GENERAL ACTS of Session 18.53 and AND EVERYTHING 1851 bound iu Leather. P.rice 150 and copies lumisned to his clients and counsel in the lowercourts, all concerned will befully iulormed how In the line of Fancy and Toilet articles, that either LaG-ood- s, B. MONROE'S REPORTS The 15th, 16th & 17th vols, bis duty has been performed. dies or Gentlemen can desire, at He will, as Commissioner of Deeds, take the acof b'eu. Monroe's Report?.; $5 per volume. Dr. MILLS1 Drugstore. Consisting of the following articles: knowledgments of Deeds, and other writings to be LOUGHBOROUGH'S DIGEST OF THE STAT-- . used or recorded in other States; and, as Commissioner BONNETS from 50 cents up to $18. , J UTES, under the act ot Congress, attend to the taking of depoCHRISTMAS PRESENTS. LADIES DRESS CAPS from 50 cents up to $4. - y- vol. Price,. 3 00 sitions, affidavits, &c. A handsome selection will be opened in due time for ALL KINO OF HEAD DRESSES. Oihce, "Old bank,11 opposite the Mansion House theapproaching holidays, at HON. GEO. ROBERTs6.VS SPEECH "The American FRENCH AND AMERICAN FLOWERS. Frankfort, Nov. 1U, 1856 by. Dr. MILLS' Drug Store. RIBBONS, of all qualitv and .rices. s Party , itPrinciples, its Objects, and its Hope." Dec. 1, 1856. l Pamphlet. Price 10 cts. CHILDREN'S BONNETS, 9. T. WALL. And all kind of Worsted Goods for Children; Cloaks JOHN W.FINNELL HON. GARRETT SPEECHES. Pamphlet. , DAVIS' and Furs for Ladies and Children; all kind of Kid TravPrice 5 cts. eling and Riding Gloves for Ladies; Dress Trimmings; OF THE W & Ladies Corsets; Hoop Skirts of all patterns, and all kind B L ANK S , of necessary articles of Ladies wear. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Particular notice is called to a great variety of "WorstBLANKS FOR COUNTY COURT JUDGES of allkinds. ed stockings, a new fashion kind of Comb for keeping Price 60 cts per Quire. COVINGTON, KY. on the Bonnets, and Hair Pins to hold on Bonnets also; Glasgow, K.Y., December 23, 1857. JUSTICES' BLANKS WARRANTS AND EXECU- OrritE, Third Street, Opposite South end City Hall. kinds of Fancy and Common Hair Pins; also a great Dear Sir: Having disposed of our Printing Ollice in al TIONS. variety of Gumelastic Hair Pins to prevent the hair W. & F. practice in the Courts of Kenton, Campbell, Elizabelhtown, Ky.,and removed to Glasgow with the falling out; all kind of Puff Combs; Gumelatic fro in Price 60 cts per quire. Hair Grant, Boone, and Nicholas, and the Court of Appeals, view of permanently locating we purpose commencing Combs; all kind of Com! s. Tooth May 5, 1852 tf. CONSTABLE'S SALE NOTICE'S, REPLEVIN BONDS at Frankfort. the publication of a newspaper sometime during the Pin; Ladies and Lliiki reu's Belts;Brushes, Needlesand Ladies Embroiderotc. GLASGOW month of February, to be entitled "THE ed and Common Handkerchiefs; Chinelle Scarfs for laPrice 60 cts per quire. FKEE PRESS." it will be duvutud to General Literadies; Worsied Worsted ture, Politics, Agriculture, the Arts and Sciences, iSews, ladies to wear toUmlersleeves andand a great Hoods for variety of SHERIFF'S REPLEVIN BONDS. Price 60 cts per and especially to the promotion and advancement ot Fancy Articles tooevening parlies, numerous to mention. quire. loca.1 and general interests of the town and county, ATTORNEY AT LAW. the and those adjacent. IS'opuinsor exertion on our part CIRCUIT CLERK'S EXECUTIONS. Price 60 cts per FRANKFORT, KY. will be intermitted to secure due consideration for all Having personally selected these Goods in the Eastorn quire. local enterprises, that may be calculated to advance the Cities from the best manufacturers, she flatters herself Office on St.Clair Street, with J. & W.L. Hariau. BLANK CH ECKS, on Branch Bank of Kentucky, a general weal of the community. that her efforts in catering for the good taste of the LaFrankfort, and Farmers' Bank of Kentucky. An earnestetl'ort will be made to render it a valuable dies of Frankfort will be duly appreciated. I return to refer Price SI per quire. family newspaper, acceptable to all parties, combining my thanks to my friends and customers and hope they Hon. J. J. Crittenden, i S a variety ol interesting and instructive subjects in its will all call again, as I will give my particular attention BLANK DEEDS. Gov. L. W. Powell, Price.? per quire. Frankfort, Ky. columns. Havinghad considerable experience iu the to pleast) them. Hon. James Harlan, J Orders from a distance for any of the above busiuess, and being practically lamiliur with its mechanTaylor, Turner oz Co., Bankers, Lexington, Ky. named Books or Blanks will be promptly attended to ical duties, we indulge the hope that we shall be enG. H. Monsarrat & Co., Bankers, Louisville, Ky. when accompanied by the Cash; and if desired to be BLEACHING & TRIMMING abled to subserve to some extent, the interests to which W. Tanner, Louisville, Ky. iorwarded by mail, thepostage will be upon the d Done in the latest and best style. I will sell everything the "Fpek Press" will be dedicated. July 23, lfrj3 by. condition that it be refundedy the person orderingthe American Politics at the present lime, may be lid as low as possible. Call and examine before purchas article to be sent by mail. very justly, to be in a chrysalis suae. Wo do not de ing elsewhere, as it will be no trouble but a pleasure to ROii'T BRECKINRIDGE, sign, in tins Prospectus, to enteriho domain of specu- show good". lation. H is not necessary to the present purpose, or "PP I Mdll hove an OPENING ON SATURDAY, OcJOHN FLOURNOY, Attorney and Counselor at Law, to deiine our political position. This may be deiined tober 10th, on St. Clair Street, in the old staiu: of Dr. very briehy. We are conscientiously opposed to the MUNSEL, and will also keep the store on Main street. LEXINGTON, KY. Attorney at Law, Notary Public, Oct. 9, 157 tf. practices and the precepts of Modern Democracy. We ijOFFlCE on Short streetbetween Liraestoneand regard the Democratic party, as now constituted, essenDEVOTES HIMSELF TO THE Upperstreets. tially an alien party; and consider its aims and purMay 23, 1856 tf. poses, as avowed by its organs, practiced by it:- leaders, fc ADMIRALTY COMMERCIAL PRACTICE, and develuped in the present administration, pregnant with evil to the Union, in violation ol the plain injuncST. LOUIS, MO. tions of the early fathers, and disastrous to American in all parts of Missouri and Illinois Attorney and Counsellor at Law, We recognize in the "Address wf the Nationality. COLLECTIONS remittances made, correspondAmerican Party," promulgated at the Louisville ConGALLATIN, MISSOURI. ence solicited, and information cheerlully given. vention, a political creed, eminently national, eminentE7"ILL practice in the Circuit and other Courts of Da-Vly conservative, and peculiarly adapted to present exiREFERS, BY PERMISSION, TO . viess, and the Circuit Courts of the adjoiningcoungencies. We believe that in the fundamental princiTheop. Parsons. L. L. D., Professor of Lavs, Cam- ties. ples ol that organization may be found the panacea for bridge, Mass, Office up stair in the Gallatin Sun Office. many, if not all the political evils, which have disorderKe.sna.rd Ac Brother, Merchants, St. Louis. May 6, 1807 tt. ed the country and lomented sectional strife, and which AIcCreery Se Co., Merchants, St. Louis. Crow, it is now inevident contemplation to aggravate by unHon. Jno. F. Ryland, Judge Supreme Court of Mo. wise and imprudent legislation. THOMAS A. MARSHALL Haywood, Crow & Co., Merchants, St. Louis. Whilst we shall aim to be perfectly independent and Buckner, Hall & Co., Merchants, Cincinnati, Ohio. UAVING removed to Fraukfortand resumed the honest in the expression of our views ot public men Law, will attend punctually to such cases as and measures, we shall studiously observe courtesy and 1857 Jy. Sept. 9, may be entrusted to him in tne Court of Appeals of Kena proper respect for the opinions of others, whose con tucky, and to such engagements as he may make in may lead the in to diner witti us. it is the pecuFRANKLIN GOR1N. A. M. GAZLAY. other Couriseonveuienily accessible. He will also give victions the boast of American institutions, that they liarity and opinions and advice in writing, upon cases stated in gecureto each and every one the "free and uniraininel-e- d writing, or on records presented to hiin. He will promptexpression of his opinions." In no other govern& ly attend to all communications relating to the business ment is this perfect freedom of opinion in the citizen 1HAVE just received a lane assortment of the bos STOVKS ever brought to the city ol above described, and may at all times, except when ab- tolerated, or considered compatible with the dignity ot Frankfort, which I can sell Attorneys and Counselors at Law, sent on busineis,be loun'd in Frankfort. the State. Our whole system of government reposes in Louisville, forcash. Give as cheap as can be bought me a call and see for yourMarch 30, 1857-t- f. upon this basis. Public opinion is here at once the self. LOUISVILLE, KY. source and the support of power. We cherish an appreciation ol the great privilege, too exalted, to induce Copper, Tin & Sheet Iron Ware usto refuse to others what we are prompt to claim for in all its various branches, ourselves. Hence the columns of the "Free Press" as it can be boughtat any wholesale and retail, as cheap REFERENCES. other lioue in the city. Job Counselor and Attorney at Law, will at all times be open to well written, courteous arMessrs. Jas. Trabl-- & Co.; Garvin, Bell & Co.; work executed with neatness and dispatch. ticles, even though they may conflict with our individuMcDowell, Yodno & Co.; Huohks & Hutchison; Low LOUISVILLE, KY. Till Glittering and Spouting al opinions. k Whitnev; Jas. E. Breed, Esq.; Hays, Craio & Co.; We invoke, in aid our enterprise, the support and madeand put up on the shortest notice and most reasNEAR SIXTH STREET. Caroth, Moss & Trioo; Wilson, Starbird & Smith; OFFICE COUKT-PLACpatronage of the citizens of Barren and surrounding onable terms. All of those who are in want of Casseday 6c Hopkins; Curd oc White; Abat & Rai-leKksidenck East de Sixth, near Broadway. counties, and especially those whose opinions may harAug. 17, 1857 tf. Juno 8, 1857 ly. Curd & Co. Copper, Tin or Sheet Iron Roofing monize with tne general viewsherein expressed. We send you this circular, hoping that you may feel would make it lotheir interestto give mf) , all before M. D. H'HENRY. inclined to give us the beuetiloi your influence, iu pro going elsewhere. W. H. M'HENRY. curiugalistof subscribersin your locality, by the 1st JJj Don't forget to come to Old Bank Building, one day of February, tiod. doorlrom the corner Alain and St. Clair streets. Attorney at Law, M. D. & W. M'HENRY, June 11, liSJli tf. H. K. MILLER. TERM 6 . VERSAILLES, KENTUCKY. The"FREE Press"w'i11 be published weekly, on new ATTORNEYS AND LAND AGENTS, MERCHANT & SMITH, Dec. I, 185G tf. and beautiful type, at the following rates; DES MOINES, IOWA, Single copy, oue year, (invariably in advance,) $2 OO PLUMBERS AND TINNERS, practice in the various T. N. LINDSEY. X 50 To clubs of 10, and upwards, PROPOSE to in the Supreme Court of Courts of Polk Shop on St. ClairStreet, Opposite the Poatoilice, Iowa, and the HAny one procuring a club of Ten subscribers, will United States District Court, ATTORNEY AT LAW, FRANKFORT, KY. They have also established a General Agency for the receive an extra copy. Frankfort, Kv. SMITH & PARKER, Proprietor. transaction of all manner of business connected with IfTATER Closets, Bath Tubs, Hot and Cold Shower practice Law in all the Courts held in Frankfort w and the adioiuine counties. HisOfflr.H i at. his resi Jan. 28, 1858. Land Titles. V i Baths, Wash Trays, Plainand Fancy WashStands, They will enter Lands, investigate Titles, buy and sell anu every description oi Plumbing work put up in the Lands, and invest money on the best torms and on the lience, near P. Swigert's, entrance on Washington street. Wfanlrfftft CaK t,! IJK1 tf most workmanlike manner. best securities. OF THE They will enter Lands in Kansas and Nebraska Terri Copper, Tin & Sheet Iron Work, Spoutlories, if an amount sufficient tojustifya visit to that MORTON & GR1SAV0LD, ing and Guttering country is offered. The Senior partner having been engaged extensively Booksellers, Stationers, Binders, and Book and of all descriptions. in the busiuess of the law in the Courts of Kentucky for Job Crimen, Main street, Louisville, Ky., Continually on hauda large assortmentoi nearly thirty years, and the Junior having been engaged IF AVE constantly on hand a complete assortment of PUBLISHED IN LEBANON, K?. in the Land Business in Iowa for eight years past, during IT Law, Medical, Theological, Classical, School, and COOKING, PARLOR Si. COAL STOVES; which time he has made actual survey of a large portion Miscellaneous Hooks, allow prices. Paper ofevery Lebanon, since the completion of the Railroad, con- Cistern, Well and Force Pumps; Sheet Lead, Lead of Polk and adjoining counties, they feel coniident they description, quality, and price. will be able to render a satisfactory account ol all busiIkTolleges, Schools, and Private Librariessupplied necting it with Louisville, is a point of interest to a large Pipe, &c. inpAllorderspromptIv attendedto. ness entrusted to them section of country. There are hundreds of persons ata smalladvance on cost. Wholesaieor Retail. Feb. 13, 1857 tf. They will enter Land with Land Warrants or Money, abroad who are iu want of information upon various April I, 1M45 051-b- y. topics connected with it, such as the prices current, faupon actual inspection of the premises, and will buy and aell Landson Commission, upon a careful investigation cilities fordoing and having business done here, &c, GEORGE S T EA and the citizens of Lebanon themselves, wisli to inform of Titles. Persons wishing to settle in the State can the public at large, that it is one of the most enterprisfind desirable farms and city property for sale, by calling TENTH ST. BETWEEN MAIN ANU CANAL, ing and flourishing towns in the iuteriorol the State, and on them at their oiliee in siierman's Building, corner of CIVIL & MINING ENGINEER, OFFICE NORTH SIDE MAW STREET, Third sireet and Court Avenue, Des Aloioes, Iowa. that itoflersgreat inducements as a place of residence DETWlitN NINTH AND TENTH. to men of almost every honorable trade and profession. March 11, 1857 tf. AND To supply these wants, ol people abroad and citizens at II. Gil AI.MJER, Agent, Manufacture rofSteam LAND home, we have determined to publish 'The Central WM. .Machinery lor Saw or Grist Jlills,Coal a paper devoted to the Commercial, Mines, cc, GEORGE W. CRADDOCK, Cranks, Gudgeons, Hag Irons, Saw iO0fflce atSmith, Bradley & Co., Land Agents, 9e Kentuckian" Slides, Carriage Segments, Collon Gin Segments, and Kaudolph street, South side, between Clark and Dear- Agricultural, Literar), and Moral welfare of the community in which it is circulated. Pinions,Car Wheels, Grate Bars, Mill Spindles, Mill ATTOltXIiY AT LAW, born streets, Chicago, 111. It is hoped that we shall be able, by attention to the Dogs and Stirrups, always on hand. Sept. 14, 1B55 tf. FRANKFORT, KY. interest of all concerned, to supply a desideratum long felt. Hotchkiss' Reaction Water Wheels East C. O. SMITH Citizens of Lebanon, and of Marion and surrounding 0 FFICE removed toOffice. side of SL Clair street, N. D. SMITH. Will practice Law in all overthe Telegraph Grist counties, to you, of whatever political party orreligious or A largeor Saw Mills. the Courts held in Frankfort, and adjoiningcounties. assortmenlof Patternsfor Mill Gearing &c. sect, we look for support and the more liberal that is, & Castings made atthe shortest notice. the larger and more entertaining will be our paper WM.H. GRAINGER, for we are determined, if you will place in our hands Apnl21 1850- -tf MA.N o . ACl'UEERS Louisville ,Ky. the means, to make the Central Kentuckiau worthy of OF your patronage. To obtain this, however, we shall not sacrifice indeATTORNEY AT LAW, jlm pendence by pledging ourselves to any party or sect, AND Otllce on St. Clnir Street, next Door to Morse's yet we shall promise you Neutrality in Nothing. If we Telegraph Olllee, COLOGNE AND PURE SPIRITS, are not capable of choosing our subject matter, and practice inallllie Courts held in Frankfort, and ITJILL of commenting upon all or any topic of public interest, tf in Oldham, Henry. Trimble and Owen counties. JVoj. 164" 18, West side Second St., bet. Main S; Market in a manner which shall be at once courteous and inofOct. 28, 1853. fensive, we ought notto come before you as Editors. To ST. CLAIR STREET, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY, be faithful journalists of passing events candid critics of LOUIsVILLK, KY. public acts and successful advocates of Truth, is the August 26, 1857 ly. MOREHEAD & BROWN. MRS. E. C. STROBRIDGE hight of our ambition. Terms: SI 50inadvance; $2 00 in six months. No respectfully inform her friends and the Partners in the GEO. W. OW1N. O. W. OWIU deduction made on clubs. Return the list of names WOULD nli a ha i ,i i.i uaiiu ix laiire auu lusuiuuauic as"ii l, as soon as possible, as we shall issue the first number on sortment of PRACTICE OF LAW, Weduesdav, the 27th. Bonnets, Caps, & 1I7ILL attend to all business confided to them in the ODELL & MORSE, Court of Appeals. Federal Court, and other Courts Lebanon, Jan. 9, 1858. Editors and Publishers. which hold their sessions at Frankfort, Ky. One or Dealers in Hardware and Cutlery, both may always be found at theirofflce, to give counsel CASES FRKSH PEACHES AND 12 CASES PINE Ribbons, Feathers, ortransacl business. Frankfort, Jan. 6, 1852 by. store and for sale by STORE I. HAX.NA'S NEW BUILDING, Flowers, Hair Braids, April 1, 1H57. W. A. GAINES. Curls, Brass Hoops, MAI r nmi LBS. ;HAMS, SIDES AND SHOULDERS, in STREET, rn. BUSHELS.BLUE GKA SEED, in store and of and all other articles usually kept in a Millinery EstabtjApril 1,store uuu lur aaiu uy W V 1857. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. t)U sale by W. A. GAINES. lishment, which she will soil as low as the lowest. Jan. 30, 1857 tf. April 1, 1857. W. A. GAINES. Mov. 2, 1857 3m. handkerchTef extracts. MILINERY Fancy ALL PROSPECTUS GLASGOW FREE PRESS, F1NNELL, JOHN M. HARLAN. Mrs. HEUEENSMITH vj J. STOVES! STOVES!! J. II. KINKEAD, J; GORIN GAZLAY, JOSHUA TEVIS, FRANK BEDFORD, II. PROSPECTUS "CENTRAL KENTUCKIAN." SURVEYOR. ij o o xi GWIN o OWEN, Hartford , MILLIKTSRY FANCY GOODS STORE, MANSION HOUSE. OF THE CONDITION OF THE Fire STATEMENT OF THE AFFAIRS OF THE Insurance Company, Charter Oak Life Insurance Company, OF HAKTFOkn. CflKS. OF HARTFORD, CONN., As per Report to the Stockholders, at their Annual Incompliance with "an Act to regulate the Agencies Meeting. J line 4lh. 1.7 :in.l ftii!mlttn(l tr. thn A foreign Companies,1' not incorporated by lite atate oj ilor of the Suae of Kentucky, July, 1057. Kentucky and passed by the Legislature of Kentucky, March 2d, lefob. 1. The name of the Company is the HARTFORD v vi w v T eT 4 FIRE INSURANCE COMPANV; and its location isat Hartford, Conn. 1st. The am't of its actual capital slock is $200,000 00 2. The Capital Slock of the Company is THREE 2d. I he amount of its capital stock, ex HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS. clusive of stock, notes, and in bank 3. The amount of lis Capital Stock paid up is THREE ia stocks, cash bonus Jind morlM-:ttr- . 150,000 00 HUNDRELl THOUSAND DOLLARS. 3d. The assets ol the company are: 4. The Assets of Hie Company are as follows: 1st. Amount ot casU in hai.d and in 511 .Shares Hartford bank alock, par the hands of agents or other pervalue 51,100, market value, sons, $09,496 00 29,2i,2 i. 352 Shares PhcL-uiBank slock, par val. 2d. Bonds owned by Ihe company are ue 35,200, market value, 38,308 00 county bonds with interest, 150 00 loo snares uutili. stiver banking Co., 3d. Debts to the company secured by stock, par value5,0U0, market value, 6,500 00 mortgage none. 80 Shares Farmers and Mechanics B'k 4th. Debts otherwise secured, viz: stock, par val 8,U00, market value, 11,200 00 B lis receivable, upon interest, ou onares runners ana ueenauics ri'K including mutual prom, notes, 165,150 25 slock, (10 per cent, paid in,) par Obligation for capital slock ap, market value, value 800 00 proved by the Directors ol said 200 bliares jExchange Bank stock, par company, and by the comptrollvalue 10,000, market value, . 10,400 00 er of the Stale of Connecticut, 115 Shares Cily Bank stock, par value Cash loans on endorsed promisll,5u0, market value, sory notes with collateral secu14,030 00 uo Shares Bank ol Harllord County rity, chiefly on Oeiuand and at stock, par value 15,UU0, market val about 12 per cent, interest, 51,896 Oi ue, Accrued interestto the company 16,050 00 . 200 Shares Charter Oak Bank stock, par -on investments, 10,209 70 value 20.0U0, market value, 5th. Debts lor premiums at interest, 24,200 00 34,144 ib 100 Shares Mercantile Bank stock, par 6th. All other securities are: value 10,000, market value, Bank slock in cities of Hortford 12,000 00 -- uu Liudic, -wineiicau r.j,cuange rjang and New York. 109,791 00 stock, N". Y., par value 2U,uoO, mar Cash in Rank on deposit on deket value, 22,400 00 mand, bearing interest, 50,000 00 2U0 shares Bank ol America stock, N. Personal property ol the compaY., par value 2J,000, market value, ny, 24,000 00 2,000 00 200 Shares Bank ol Commerce stock, Prelerred Railroad stock at 10 N. Y., par val. 20,000, market val., 21,400 00 percent, interest, 300 00 w ouuius liuporteisaim irauersijank stock, N. V ., par value 20,000, mar $502,B44 34 ket value, 21,800 00 2U0 Shares Manhattan Co. Bank stock, 4th. Losses due and untniiri nnn A. l.,par value 10.00U, market val., 13,400 00 5th. Losses adjusted aud not due, $1J,00U 00 100 Shares Merchants B'k stock, N". Y.r Olh. Losses in suspense waiiiuir fur fur par value 5,000, market value, 6,800 00 ther proof none, uo snares union Bank stock, N. Y., par ith. All other claims jgainst the company value 10,U0o, market value, 12,000 00 or other indebtedness, whether due uu snares ucean Hank stock, IN. Y., or nut due none except ordinary curliar value 10,0U0, market value, 9,600 00 rant bills. 100 shares Bank North America slock, Sth. Pavinent of losses resisted, ifcc. N . V'., par value 10,000, market val., 10,800 00 rtsi,l(.il f. nv 200 Shares Metropolitan Bank slock, N. 9ih. The aclof incorporation of this Com Y., par value 20 U0U, market value, 22,000 00 pany was granted uy me Legislature m. .. ' inn ijuuiw u....' ..' iwinuiu anu new naveu n. of Connecticut at its May session, A. R. stock, par value, market D., 1S50, and is the same as hied in value, 12,000 00 the oilice of the Auditor ol Kentucky inu snares narllord, Providence and in July, ljtj. Fishkill R. R. stock, par value 10,- The undersigned hereby eoriiiy that the foregoing U uoo, market value, 500 00 j snares rlartlord, Providence and cording to their best knowledge and belief. Fishkill R. R. stock, preferred, par , President. J. valued, 400, market value, 1,700 00 Samuel H. White, Secretary . 20 Shares Conu. River R. R. stock, par Hartfobd, July 14th, lcoi. value 2,noo, market value, . 1,000 00 i- -v snares UH1U. ruver lo. stock, par STATE oF CONNECTICUT, i value 12,000, market value, 3,000 00 County of Hartford, Hartford, J uly 17, 1857. Personally appeared, James L.. .Valkley andSainuel S3B5,444 00 H. VMnie, subscriber ui the ioregomg instrument, lo Bills receivable bearing interest, (01 me kuowu as aloreaaid,and made oaiu to the truth ot which Sllo.ouo is Special Deposit in ihe same according lo their best knowledge and beliel. Banks ou interest) $207,315 21 Before me, JhRoME B. BivuV N, Balances ou book, due the Company, 7,140 30 Justice of the Peace. Cash on hand, 18,003 01 A true copy iroui the original on h e in this uitiee. THO.S. PAoE, Auditor. $618,809 4: Frauklort, Ky.,Juiy l,loii. 5. No liabilities to Banks or othrs, due or not due. AUDITOR'S OFFICE, 6. No losses adjusted and due. ( J Erankfort, Kv., July 1, lbo7. ,1 This is to certify that J. Al. MILLS, as Agent ot the S. justed or adjusted and nui 35 73,709 Oak Life Insurance Co., of Harllord, Conn., Charter due, a. JLosses in suspense waning lur-ihal (Frankfort) Franklin county , has uled in llnsoihce Uic statements and exUibiLs required by tbe provisions ot an proof, included in liiai anact, entihid, "An acL iu regulate Agencies ol Foreign swer above. Insurance Companies," approved .March 3, icob; anu u 10. All other claims against the Comhaving been shown to ihe satisfaction of the undersigned pany, including dividend S3U,- uoo payable June IU, 165',, 42,270 33 thai said Company is possessed ol an actual capital ui al 11. The rule of the Company is not to exceed $I0,0Ud least one hundred and tllty thousand dollars, as required by said aci, the said J. Al. Miih, as Agent asaioro-saidin any one rist, suojeci to loss by a siugle nre. is hereby licensed and pei imued loake risks and i he amount insured in a city or village, depends transact business ol insurance al ni uujcc jii Franklut, uyou us size, guueruuy an mo uesiraulO riSKS lO Oe tor ihe term of one y ear from liie dale hereol. Liut uau, subject to the rule last above named. tins license may be revoked it it shall be made to appear 13. Ihe ainouutinsured in any one block of buildings depends upon its size and construction, subject to the to the undersigned thai since lue tiling of the statements above reierred lo, me available capital of said rme auuvu reierreu to. Company has been reduced below one hundred and 11. The Act of Incorporation accompanies Ibis. alty Uiousund dollars. C. B. BOVVhKS, Secretary. In testimony wnereof, 1 have set my hand, the day and year above written. ) State of Connecticut, THO. S. PAGE, Auditor Hartford County, j B8 J. Al. MlLLs, Aent, June 19th, 1H57, personally appeared, C. B. Bowers, F rankiort, K. Secretary ot the Hartlord Fire Insurance Company, Sept. 16, 1S57 wSaw2w. anu inaue oaiu mat me ioregomg Slateinent, by him subscribed, is a true, full anu correct statement of the ailairs of said Company , and exhibits its actual condi tion on me nrsi day ol iViay, lsv; and he lurther declares under o. rn, that the subsequent business of the OF THE Company, as lar as reportedand ascertained at the date of making this affidavit, has been such as to produce New York Life Insurance Company, no material or unfavorable change in the condition of Up to the 1st day of July, 1857, made in conformity tcuA us atlairs shown in the above exnibit. the requirement of the taw of Kentucky. Belore me, R. G. DRAKE, J. P. A true copy from the original on tile in this office. THO. S. PAGE, Auditor. ASSETS: Cash on hand, Frantfort, Ky.,July 1, 1857. S 25,1 320 Shares Delaware and Hudson Canal -AUDITOR'S OFFICE, slock, par 32,4U0, ( 34,05- - .t F rankfort. Ky.. J uiv 1. 1H57. Albany City Water Bonds, par $50,-OtiThis is to certify thai J. M. MILLS, as Agent of the 52.500 j W atertow n and Rome Railroad Bonus, Harllord Fire Insurance Company, of Harttord, Conn., at 1 rankiort,! t raukiin county, has hied in this office par $24, UUU, 22,800 0(j the statements and exhibits required by the provisions Hudson River Railroad Bonds, par . oi an act, enuueo, "An aci to regulate Agencies ol For$5,500, 6,430 90 eign Insurance Companies,11 approved March 3, lead; New York Central Railroad Bonds, and it having been shown to the satisfaction of the un- par $0,ooo, 5,573 74 uersigneu tiiutsaid Company is possessed of an actual 180 tohares Alerchant Bank Stock, par $9,-00capital of at least one hundred and fifty tirousand dol10,203 75 lars, as required by said act, the said J. Al. Alills, as 100 Shares Bank of Commerce Stock, par Ageu; as aforesaid, is hereby licensed and permitted to 10,uU0, 10,602 50 take risksand transact business of insurance at his office 75 bhares Bank of the Republic Stock, in F'rankfort, for the term of one year from the date par $1,500, 1,8U0 UU hereof. But this license may be revoked if it shall be 50 Shares American Exchange Bank made to appear to the undersigned that since the filing Stock, par $5,000, 5,503 50 i)0 Shares Aletropolitan Bank Stock, par of the statements above referred to, the available capital -of said Company has been reduced below one hundred $9,000, 9,90C 79 and fifty thousand dollars. 50 Shares Park Bank Stock, par $5,- In testimony whereof,! have set my hand, the day and 000, 5,256 25 year above written. Loans on stocks, 40,927 57 THO. S. PAGE, Auditor. bonds and mortgages first lien, 4S4,225 00 Premium notes on Lite Policies, bearing J. M. MILLS, Agent, -July 15, 1857 w&tw2w. Frankfort, Ky. inierest, 490,277 42 Interest accrued up to July 1st, 1657, 24,023 OL' Quarterly and premiums due subsequent to 1st July, 1S57, 12,979 95 Preniiuinsou policies in hands of Agents, 17,107 17 CHA8. A. CLARKE. J HORACE STEARNS. t STATEMENT $s STEARNS $1,200,214 0 & CLARKE'S NATIONAL - H gAMBfiOTYPE GALLERY,! 3& 0 e, Main St., adjoining Telegraph Office, T Ky. very stv' of Picture executed with neatness raukfort, Oct. 2, 1857 f.Y. 3m. $S4,944 30 OJ .JlO, SJsJ. V. V.yi w.LJ du' 0, j. jj ky. xz. xxxxxxm, PREMIUM Saddle, Harness and Trunk Warerooms OF C. 61 LIABILITIES. Losses due and unpaid none. Losses adjusted and not due, $ 25,600 00 Losses unadjusted and in suspense awaiting further proof, 8,000 uu Losses resisted believed to be fraudulent or unjust, 1J,000 Ob Accumulated dividend interest, 34,344 3b Taxesin litigationabout 6,000 00 and oispaicu, at reduced prices. All Work Warranted to give Satisfaction, Ll.vm ic. CO., NO. 63, STATEMENT PHOENIX FO UNDKY, LEY, N. D. SMITH 8. J. T. BOYLE. Danville, Ky. ESTATE BROKERS, OFFICE PRINTER, MORRIS, ' FEBRUARY PROAL, THIRD STREET, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. ) STATE OF NEW YORK, City and County of New York, 89 Morris Franklin, President oi the New York Life Insurance Company, being duly affirmed, doth declare aud say, that to Ihe best of his knowledge, information and beliel, the above statement is correct and true; that all the investments therein referred to were made i:i good faith, aud not lor any temporary expediency; that the assets of the said company were, at the date of the said statement $1,260,214 05, as therein set forth, and invested as therein slated. Affirmed lhis22d day of July, 1857, before me. E. A. STilNSbUKY, Com. Deeds. MORRIS FRANKLIN, President. A true copy from the original on tile in this office. Auditor's Office, Ky., July 1, 1857. THO. S. PAGE Auditor. A large assortment of Coach and Buggy Harness, Wagon and Cart Harness, AUDITOR'S OFFICE, J Frankfort, Ky., July l,1857.j This is to certify that HENRY WIN GATE, as A cent of Lile Insurance Company, of New York, at the New York Frankfort Franklin county, has hied in this office the statements and exhibits required by the provisions of an act, entitled, An act to regulate Agencies ol Foreign Insurance companies," approved March J, 18j0; and Of every variety. ithavint; been shown lo the satisfaction of the undersign ed that said Company is possessed of an actual capnul TRUNKS, VALISES AND CARPET BAGS, of al least one hundred and liliy thousand dollars. :ih re LINEN AND WOOLEN HORSE COVERS, &c. quired by said act, the said Henry Wingate, as Agent as is hereby licensed and permuted to take risksAll orders left with C. G. Graham, of Frankfort, or aforesaid, business of insurance at sent direct to the proprietor will receive prompt atten- and transact term Ol one year irom his office in Franktort, lor tne tion. Persons visiting Louisville wanting articles in But this license may be revoked if itthe date hereof. shall be made t my line will lind it to their interest to give me a call be- appear to the undersigned that since the filing ol the fore purchasing elsewhere. statements above referred to, the available capital TP? Remember the Four Story Store, Third Street, said Company has been reduced below one hundred of and botweenMain and Market. July 13, 1857 0m. ufly thousand dol . . In testimony !crcoj, I have set my hand, the day and year above written. THO. S. PAGE, Auditor. H, W1AGATE, Agent, August 5, 1857 w2w. Frankfort, Ky. SADDLES AND BRIDLES FRESH BALTIMORE have this day commenced receiving Fresh Ovsters. and will continue to receive them daily during the Oyster season by Express, and sold exclusively for Cash by Nov. 11 1857 GRAY & TODD. WE HHDS. N. O. SUGAR, April 1, 1857. just received and for sale W. A. GAINES. If you want excellent GIN call at may 15,18a7. GEO. A. ROBERTSON'S. IN by

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