are often asked why we sell
ittemuch cheaper than other dealers inFURNITURE For
CORN AND COB MILL. the benefit of all we will explain. It isthe article.
the impression IFANC
at home and abroad that
'""in' the Kentucky Corn
and Cob Mill, of which the
above Is an accurate engraving, we claim to have produced a machine at once etlicieut, substantial and cheap,
while its arrangement is so simple that the most ordinary'
hand can adju3tand operate it. This machine, unlike
anv other, is regulated by moans of a single set screw,
which is easily moved by hand, and is applied directly
under the centre of the mill.
Anv one using these Mills will find a clear saving of
one ioARTER of theircorn ovcrtho old plan of feeding.
We warrant theso Mills to give entire satisfaction. Purchasers mav use them for thirty days and if not satisfied,
can return them and gel their money.
They will grind Corn and Cob as fine as desired, at the
follow'ing rate per hour, with one horse:
.No. 1,4 to 5 bushels per hour. Weight 350 It, s. Price
So. 2, e to 8 bushels per hour. Weight400 Bs. Price
$30 00. Adding freight from Louisville.
The above prices includes the complete Mill ready to
hitch to without any further expense, aud can be set in
operation in live minutes time. For sale by
K. L. SAMUEL,
.Nov. 20, IMS. tf.
keep everything, and persons wishing an outfit for houses
on us and find in our
every article necessary for
from a Rolling pin up to a sugar cured Ham, Table ware. Spices, cVe.,
&c. Then thev want FURNITURE. "Not calculating
irom the proceeds ol prom?," dui irom tne tact mat a
complete outfit can be purchased at our house for housekeeping, relieves the purchaser from much trouble and
mauy small bills, we have, for the accommodation of
our customers, recently enlarged our furniture rooms,
andean now, and will in future be able to offer inducements to all wishing to purchase provided lowest figure be an inducement.
It would be an endless undertaking to furnish a complete catalogue of the articles we otter for sale, in addition to Furniture; but, feeling a desire to benefit the public, we venture to call attention to a. very few, as follows:
The Chain Pump,
the cheapest and most desirable Pump ever
invented, and warranted to perform well when put up by
us. We are prepared to furnish Iron and Wood curbing,
and Iron,iIink, and Wood Curbing at very low prices.
Atmospheric and Suction Pump.
This description of Pump is generally well known;
they perform satisfactorily in shallow wells orcisterns,
but their liability to freeze renders them troublesome.
The Suction and Force Pump.
most excellent Pump, upon tho same principles of the
Atmospheric Pump, capable of lifting waterthirty-thre- e
feet,and then forcing it fifty or sixty feet, from a short
leather hose; but still this pump is also liable to freeze
and burst, unless the valve is opened by elevating the
lOK WHITING WITHOUT PEN OR INK, copying
liic flnunrq. nl.mts. Dictures. paterns for embroi- m.,ririncr lln.-i- i indeliblv and manifold writing.
Thisarticle is absolutely the best portable inkstand in
tue known world, for a small quantity folded and placed
in the pocket constitutes a traveling inkstand, which cannot be broken. No pen is needed; for any stick sharpen
ed ;o a point writes equally as well as the best gold pen
n the universe. For drawing it is indispeusible.
invention for sewers and drains, costing only six
cents per foot easily put down and very durable; certainly the best and cheapest drain ever Invented.
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
Metalic Burial Cases
inches to seven Ret long,
of all size3, from twenty-tw- o
ornamental and plain finish, covered with fine cloth and
fringe, 6tc, silver mounted and bronzed.
Having first introduced these Cases in our city, proven
by trial to be most admirably adapted for preserving the
mortal remains, the decided preferenco given them over
the old fashioned wooden box, tho increased demand in
the city, county, and adjoining counties has induced us
to purchase a first rate HEAKSE, which, together with
any number of CARRIAGES ordored, will attend all
funeral occasions desired. We have also a large lot of
Wooden Boxes to enclose the Metalic Cases, which we
will furnish at $1 for small and $3 for largest sizes; and
in every instance where we furnish llurial Cases, boxes,
or Hacks, we warrant the bills satisfactory, and no trtor-tio-
Tumblers of various patterns and prices, Glas,- How 1.4,
FiMi Globes and Flower Vases, Bird Founts, xc.
Owen Circuit Court.
heirs Se crcd. J
mHE administrator, heirs and creditors of George at- .
1 Gardner, deceased, are hereby notined that 1 will
tend at my residence in Owen county, Ky., near Owen-tofrom this time until first day of March next, to hear
proof by the creditors on their claims against the deceased, and also to credit and settle their claims against the
estate of deceased.
By order of the Owen Circuit Court, Nov. 30, 1855.
GEO. W. GARDNER'S
GEO. W. GARDNER'S
JOEL HERN DON,
mHE partnership of EVANS & SWIGERT was dissolv-1cd on the 15lh inst., by mutual consent. H. Evans
wdl settle up the business of the late firm.
Nov. 21. 1855.
Buck Wheat Flour.
GRAY & TODD.
Java and Rio Coffee.
w, HAGS, (00 pockets) Old GovcrnmentJava Coffee;
prime Rio Coffee. Just received.
W. H. KEENK.
ill 20 22,
Brandies and Wines.
l'CKGS. superior Pale and Dark Brandy, Madeira
and Sherry Wine, just received direct from boston.
W. 11. KEENK.
Aug. 22, 1855.
future no person will bo admitted within the Cemetery Ground on the .Sabbath unload by written permission of some of the officers of the Company. The luw
will be enforced against all trespasser a. Visitors are not
permitted to disturb the Shruboorv, Fruit, or Flowers.
M. bKOWX, President.
August 20 tf.
AM now receiving
I Hat, Caps, and Books, which 1ofwill takeShoes,
pleasure iu snowing to ail who may favor me with a call.
HUMPH KEY" EVANS.
HO has just returned from the East and Cincinnati
(80,000 Worth of Ready Made Clothing
which he promises to sell upon better terms than can be
found in any other establishment in the city. Let everybody, then, remember that 1 am now receiving and am
ready to sell at prices to suit the most fastidious, the
most extensive lot of
SPRING AND SUJIXER CLOTHIXG,
of all descriptions, sizes and colors, ever brought to
Frankfort. My stock consists of everything in the Gentlemen's Furnishing line. It has been selected expressly and especially fortius market.
I have on hand, and will always keep a complete as
Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts,
Hats, Caps, &c;
AN excellent article of various styles, for Drug at
Plain and Fancy, Note, Letter, and Cap paper at
Dr. MILLS1 Drug Store.
BI3LS. good Cider Vinegar, for sale bv
GRAY & TODD.
Old Crow Whisky.
BBLS"Crow Whisky," six years old, forsale bv
ZD Oct. 20.
V. H. KEENE. '
Writing ink of all colors, black, blue, and red, at
Dr. HILLS' Drug Store.
candled Flag Root, Lozen
Dr. MILLS' Drugstore.
PURE HAVANA CIGARS,
The very best in the town, fine flavored, and made
from the genuine Havana leaf, at
Special attention is called to the article as pleasant
aromatic confection, it cannot be excelled, at
Ur. .MILLS' Drugstore.
lotof Mason's superior blacking
on hand, at
Dr. MILLS' Drug Store.
All varieties on hand,
Dr. MILLS' Drug Store.
This article is obtained direct from the manufacturer,
Dr. MILLS' Drug Store.
and warranted, at
POCKETS strickly prime Old Government Java
Colfce, just received and for sale by
W. H. KEENE.
All the various kinds used for this purpose, Rose,
Lemon, Vanilla, Almond, Orange, Arc, at
Dr. MILLS' Drugstore.
March 13, 1854.
A new supply by express
These goods have given universal satisfaction. Call and see them at
Boot and Shoe Store.
Bacon, Lard, &c, &c.
in store 200 A.
WE havecanvassed hams, Macklin put up by
& Stephens. For sale by
Oct. 5, 1855.
lbs Sugar Cured Canvassed Hams:
2000 lbs Sugar Cured plain Hams;
1000 lbs baton bides;
2.C.U0 Bacon Shoulders;
150 kegs prime Lard;
2 doz Beef Tongues:
2 bbls flue Salmon. In store and for sale bv
GRAY & TODD. '
GRAY & TODD.
r BBLS. largo No. 3 Mackerel;
'i 4 bbls. largo Mackerel;
8 kits Larza Mackerol. Received and for sale by
GRAY & TODD.
J. T. LUCKETT having dissolved partnership,
business of the firm will bo settled up. Either
of the partners is authorized to use the name of the firm
in settlement, and to receive monev due tho Arm.
May 23, 1855.
and fashionable perfume that cannot fml to
Essence Eoquet, Oriental Drop, Prairie Flowers, liqdo Californie, Boquet do Arable, Violet, Magnolia,
Mousseline, AMiland Flowers, and a verv large number
(TlHIS truly celebrated preparation, efficacious alike
JL for each and every description
of Rheumatic Com-
plaints, is already too well known and esteemed
throughout the United States, to require any lengthy notice of its paramount virtues. It eradicates this heretofore incurable and distressing disease from the system,
and stands unrivalled in the pharmacy of medicine.
We do not propose to make unqualified statements or
to force a nostdum before the public, but pimply to request those most interested
to procure from
the ag;ent in their vicinity, a circular,
and not only read the testimony of those who have experienced its invaluable curative powers, but to write
to, or call upon, the convalescents, so that the statements
may emanate from the Fountain Head a course which
will satisfy the most incredulous, and one by which the
reputation of the Remedy is certain of heinsr sustained.
Write also to the proprietors, who will accord every information, and furni-- h names of undoubted character
from even section of tlie Union, numbering among
them some of the most eminent Physicians, Clergymen,
Editors, and prominent citizens, rendering the reliability and efficacy of the remedy beyond the reah of doubt
U a Vegetable Kxtraet,
an Internal Remedy, prepared
expressly for this one discase; and this it will cure in
every form, either Inflammatory ('A rule or Clironic.no
matter of how long standing.
J. M. MILLS.
Frank ton. Ky.
THE GREAT ALTERATIVE.
I T T E R C R I) 1 A
Money duo the Company secured by Mortgage, 500 shares Hartford and N. Haven R. K. Stock,
105 shares Hartford and Providence P.. R. Stock, preferred
and guaranteed 10 per cent,
107 shar's Boston and Worcester
R. R. Stock,
250 shares Conn.
are not paid on ihe folIF the taxes, interest, and cost the 10th clay of February
lowing lands, on or before
next, the same will be forfeited to the Commonwealtii of
Dr. John Simpson, 1,5113 acres of land, Logan county. Big Barren River, entered, surveyed and
patented to "VV. J. Strops; tax due, li,V'-3-- 'l;
No. ir09 John Ramsey's heir. !U3ft. part of 10,."U0
River R. K.
.WsharesConn. Riv. Co. St'k.
" Stafford Bank Stock,
a " Citizens'
shares Eagle Bank Stock,
300 shares Phoenix Eank Stock,
Hartford, 200 shares Farm, and Mech. B'k
30S shares Exchango Bank St'k,
192 shares State r,ank Stock,
Hartford, 103 shares City Bank Stock,
Hartford, 75 shares B'k Hart. Conn. St'k.
Hartford. 150 shares Conn. Riv. B'k St'k,
Hartford. 2l4sharcs Hartford Bank Stock,
shares Merc h. Ex. B'k St'k.
200 shares North River B'kSt'k,
400 shares Mechanics' B'k St'k.
New Y ork,
100 shares B'k X America Stock,
shares Eank of Amer St'k.
shares B'k Republic Stock,
shares B'k Commonwealth
Stock, New York,
1?0 shares Broadway B'k Stock,
shares People's Bank Stock,
shares Union Bank Stock,
100 shares Hanover Bank Stock,
200 shares Ocean Bank Stock.
150 share Metropolitan B'k St'k,
Bank Mock, New York,
Bank Stock, New York,
shares Amer. Ex. B'k St'k,
shares Merchants' B'k Stock.
100 shares U.S. Trust Co. Stock,
100 shares X. Y. Life Ins. and
Trust Co. Stock, N. York,
shares Ohio Life Ins. fc T'r.
Co. Stock. Cincinnati,
15 shares .Mich. A. Trad.
Stock, Jerscv Citv, -
$ 16 08.
No. 2874 Allen Riggs, 118" acres, south side Green
River; tax due, 152-3-- 4;
amount, 60 cents.
No. 3090 A. J. Brown and D. F. Worcester, 13,333
acres, part of 40,000, Greenup and Lewis counties, Ohio
and Kinnacanick, entered, surveyed and patented John
Marshall; tax due, 1852-3-- 4;
amount, 86 61.
No. 3119 Augustus J. Brown, 20,000 acres of land,
Greenupand Lewis counties, Ohio and Kinnacanick;
surveyed and patented John JHurchall: tax due. 1852-3-- 4;
amount, S10 20.
No. 315'J John W. White, 100 acres, Scott countv F,:i- amount 51 cents.
gle creek; tax due, 1852-3-- 4;
o. aitj.i v. v. DicKinson, 1.111.., acres,
county, between Flemingshurg and iron Works; tax,
amount, 3J1 .h.
No. 3229 Joseph Chapman, 2.000 acres, Marshall
county. Military; tax due, 1821 to 1854; amount, 286 84.
rso. J2J0 J. M. Classic, 100 acres, u raves county, h. o.
q. s. 29 I. 3N. K. 2 t.; tax due, 183. to 1854: amount,
No. 3231 Jas. Humphrey, 10W acre-?S. w. q. s. M T. 5 K. 1 h; tax due, 1835
to 1854; amount.
Wm. H. Farthing, Jno. F. Farthing, Win. H.
Brvan and Richard W. Brvau, (two last infant heirs of
Sandy Farthing.) SICfi, part of 1,033
countv, Deercreek, patented John Brown; tax due, 1801
tol854; amount, S'50 90
Unknown iieira ot .uoaes noums, acceaseu.
316i part of 1,033 acre. Hopkins county, Deur creek,
patented jonn nrown; lax rui to iooi; aiuouni, cji u.
Given under my hand this 5th dav of October, 1855.
THO. S. PAGE,
Auditor Public Accounts.
is due on the first year"? taxes.
50 per cent interest
100 per ceut on the second year's tax; and
100 per cent on the third year's tax.
Costs for advertising, 25 cents on each tract or lot.
100,000 COPIES SOLD!
GREAT STEAMBOAT WORK will oe ready
th of October
on or about the twenty-jou- i
First Annlication of Steam.
Life of John Fitch Engraving of his first Boat.
Life of Robert Fulton engraving of Ms first American
Boat on the Hudson Kiver.
RobH Fulton and Livingston's i!r&t Ohio River Boa- tCorrect Likeness Full Particulars.
Latrobe's First Boat.
First Explosion on the Western Waters; from an
Maps of the Western Waters; Towns, Cities and Distances laid down correctly.
List of Steamboat Explosions since 1812; Names of
Killedand Wounded; List of Steamboats now afloat.
Correct views of Pittsburg, Wheeling, Tincinnaii,
Louisville, hi. Louis ana Aew urieans. m I.55; Sketch
of each place; Population, Business, Ac, &c.
FastTiraeofBoatson the Ohioand Mississi'mii Hi vers.
List of Steamboat Officer on the Western Waters.
The New Steamboat Law W ith
Disasters on me Lakes Names of Lust. KilicI :md
The High Water in 1810. 1832, 1847.
List of Plantations on Mississippi River.
Important l inieu Mates snpreme Lourt Menu boat Decisions.
Three hundred pages, with ono hundred eiiprfivinp's:
handsomely bound. By remitting Ow Dollar, (post
paid.) you will receive aeopy of the above work.
Orders from the trade solicited, and agents w;m:ed in
every town and city to canvass for the work.
J.S. I . LLOYD cc CO
Oct. 19 2m.
Post Office Huilding,Cincinnati, O.
HATS AND CAPS.
the mostfashionable stvles. can always be found at
liUMPHREY KVAN-Shoo and Book S'.ore.
lartje and splendid stock of Ju enile Hooks
Christmas and Xew
Cull and see them. V.'c take pleasure in showing all our
goods. Very low at
Book and Shoe Store.
FRESH BUCKWHEAT PLOIR. Just
received aad for sale bv
W. H. KEKSE.
The .Etna Insurance Company presents its patrons
the very satisfactory condition, of a large increase in
cash assets, for the further security of their policies all
our investments being placed al iho minimum market
value, at the present lime of some depression in the
standard of same. They areeither prime dividend paying stocks.or good, valuable, and clean iuvestmcnts,
yielding moderate interest and income. The standard
basis on which the assets have been valued, being Gold
at Interest .
Besides this solidity, the Company callsattention to the
strength and security it derives from its combined system of Agencies, through its agents having tho means
of presenting a united phalanx of Experienced Underwriters, which has worked, for thirty-seve- n
happiest results to stoekholdersand claimants for losses,
and enables it to enter the year 1856 with greater prestige for future usefulness than has yet lota reached by a
really National Insurance Company.
All business attended to with dispatch and fidelity.
H. WINGATE, Agent, Frankfort, Ky.
Louisville and Frankfort and Lexington
and Frankfort Railroads.
THROUGH TICKETS TO CINCINNATI.
and after Monday, Ootober
will run as follows, viz:
FIRST TRAIN leaves Louisville at 6 o'clock, a. m.,
stopping 15 minutes for breakfast at Lagrange, and arrives at Lexington at 11 a.m. Returning Train leaves
Lexington at 1:40 p. m., and arrives at Louisville at
6:35 p. m.
seco.mj i ka in leaves Louisvilleat 2:15 p. m., and
arrives at Lexington at 7:10 p. m. Returning, leaves
i.exingion next morning at o p. m., aoa arrives at Louisville at 11:10a. m.
Passengers by the 0 o'clock a. m. Train from Louisville
connect, after taking dinner, with Train of CaraforCov-ingto- n
by Stage at
riaiiMoii ior oaivisa, narrousourg and uanviile, ana at
Lexington by Stage for Nicholasville, Danville, Lancaster, Stanford, Crab Orchard, Winchester, Mt. Sierling,
Owingsville, Richmond and Irvine.
Pansengersby Ihe2:15p. m. Train from Louisville remain over night al Lexington and resume by morning
Train for Paris, Cynthiana and Covington Stages from
all the interior towns of the State and connect at Lexington and Frankfort with the afternoon Trains from
10"Tickets through to Cincinnati for $4 good for
To Buffalo, Niagara i all, Uoston ic N. Y.
Hamilton and daytox
AND MAO RIVER AND
Passenge rs will And this a pleasant route, comparatively exemptfrom the annoyance ofdustinthe cars, and
pass through some of the richest and most highly cultivated portions of the State.
furtherinformation, please call at the Depot,
corner of JcTerson and Brook streets.
The morning train for Louisville
leaves Frankfort at 10 minutes before 8 o'clock; and the
afternoon train at 10 minutes past 3 o'clock.
The morning train for Lexington loaves Frankfort at
35 minutes after 9 o'clock, and the afternoon train 20
minutes before 6 o'clock.
Oct. 21, 1S55.
Supt. L. & F. and L. & F. R. R.
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL
TREES, VINES, SHRUBS, SrC,
AND FOR SALE
Ed. D. Hobbs & J. W. Walker,
AT THE EVERCRE. M'RSERIE8
Titflve miles East of Loutsoille, Ky.. immediatsly on tht
Louisville and Frankfort JRaitroed.
X"tlv printed Catalogue ofjffiSjg&L
'JSiS'S" Vines, Shrubs, oic. at the above
named Nursery, may be had by
.eiOtta. application to A. G. Hodges,
TrpOrders may be addressed to HOBBS cc WALKER,
Williamson Post Oftice, Jetferson county, Ky.,or to
A. G. HODGES, Frankfort, Ky.
Frankfort, Oct. 17, 1854.
BBLS. Old Copper Whisky, from one to eight years
old, the best lot of Whisky for sale in Kentucky.
W. II. KEENE.
Aug. 22. 1855.
BBLS. Domestic Whisky, Brandy and Wine.
Aug. 22, 1955.
nil a lare surplus securely Invested
and .approval of the Comptroller of vmdcrlhe
of Ihe State of Connecticut.
FOUR DOLLARS FROM CIMIWATI
Seven Hours Railroad Ride from Cincinnati to
nl01"1" " strolled and managed by a Board
1 of OtBcers, consisting of men of
ter and jtand.ng, and may be relied the highen characupon a, safe. The
ONLY ROUTE FREE ERO.YI DUST'
statement show, the condition aod Wsponiiblll-tof the Companv:
Four Dollar Tickets Good on All Trains
First. The name of the Companv is the "ChnrterOak
ASD DAYT0N" R0AD' ,heflrs, 10
.","nc,c' Company," and is located in the City cf
Second. The amount of its Capital Stock Is two hundred thousand dollars, say $200.U0U
Through from Cincinnati to Sandwkv wiihom
amu",of 119 Capital 'stock paid up
. ThJTd: lhe
thousand dollars, and the balance of said isone
Bagae checked to Buffalo.
secured to be paid by oblieations approved by the Direcl)epot in tho West end of the city, on Sixth street.
JQ Cheapest and most pleasaut route betwee'n Cin- tors of said Company, and by the Comptroller of Public
Accounts of Connecticut.
cinnati and the Eastern cities.
Passengers leaving Cincinnati by 3:20 morning train 1st. Tbo The Assets of the Companv, Including
ain't of cash on hand and In the .
of Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad arrive at
Sanduky at 4 o'clock, P. M., and go immeciiat-l- v on 2d. The of aeents or other persons,
Company owns no real estate.
board the splendid and gorgeous steamers
ja. tionus owned by the Company none
except bonds and mortgages cf real esMISSISSIPPI,
Ana arrive in Buffalo next morning, after a refreshing 41h. tate, ic.
D'btsto the Comp'ny, secured by morl- night's sleep in time for early trains for Niagara Falls
guKe at-- j per cent, int., nrst mortgage
'ew York, Boston, &c, arriving in New York for supcost,
Loans on indorsed notes, secured bv bonds
The roads composing this route from Cincinnati to the
and mortgages, (tc, 27,099 CO
Lake, aro laid throughout with heavy T rail, and in con- 5th. Debts otherwise secured,
are obligastruction of track, rolling machinery, comfort of cars,
tions for the Capital Stock. nDproved as
general management, and almost entire freedom from
dust, is not surpassed by any road in the West. It passes Cash loans on indorsed promissory
through the densely populated and highlv cultivated valwith collateral securities,
ley of the Great Miami and Mad riven; also running Gth. Loans to the insured at interest, .
secur- through the large and beautiful towns of Hamilton, Day-ioeu oy policies
Springfield, Urbana, Bellefontaine, Kenton, Carey, 7th. All other securities are Eank of Hart- ' 906 7?
The steamers of thislinewere built cxprcsslv for com- City of Hartford Stock,cent, shares,
fort, safety and speed, and no efforts will be "spared to
render comfortable those who may patronize them.
By this route passengers have four or five hours dav-lig- F.fth. Amount of
liabilities due or noidue
on the Lake. Each boat is provided with splendid
to banks or other creditors, is dividend to
Bands, forthe especial accommodation of pleasure travmutual members, payable at the discreelers, and even' facility afforded to dancing parties.
tion of the Company,
Reserved State Rooms will be telegraphed for bv
Sixth. Lossesadjusted'and due
leaving their names at the Ticket Offices.
The following rates of Fare including Meals and State Seventh. Losses adjusted and
Rooms on Lake Steamers:
Eighth. Losses unadjusted
LouisviUo to Buffalo,
Vinth. Loss's in suspense wait
From Louisville to Buffalo and back.
inp further proof none.
From Louisville to Niagara Falls,
Tenth. All other claims ag'nst
From Louisville to Niagara Falls and back.
the Company none.
From Louisville to New York, (all railroad
u 00 Eleventh. The greatest aru'tinsured in any one risk,
New York, (by Hudson
From Louisville to
Ticclfth. The Company has no rule regulating tk aoiA
to be insured in any one citv, town, or village.
New York, via Niagara.
From Louisville u
The undersigned herhveenifv that the foregoing Is a
From Louisville to Boston, via Albany,
10 50 just and correct statement of the affairs of the Company
For through tickets and information please apply at
ALFRED GILL. Pr,dtn:
Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad Office, North- Jas. C. "Vva:.ku:v, Srcrrtarn.
Hartford, Feb. fi, 1865.
west corner of Broadwav and Front streets, under the
E. I). U1CKERMAX, General .Intnl.
Spencer House, or to J. W. SHIPLEY, Railroad Office,
Application for Insurance received bv John C. Hrm-dom- .
on Walnut between Fourth and Fifth streets, one door
Affent. Frankfort. Ky., w ho w ill furnish applicant
South of the Gibson Jioue, or at No.
Main, between Second and Third streets, and nearlv op- w ith pamphlets containing rates, conditions. &c.
The Agency of this Companv, at Frankfort, Ky., has been
posite Gait House, Louisville, Ky.
in existence one year last Mav, during which time ono
TTJTako the cars at Jefforsonvillc for Cincinnati.
For further information please call at the office.-,- as loss had occurred. This risk was that taken by tho late
Isaac P. Blackwell, for the bcnellt of his wife. One preabove.
HENRY O. AMES. Sup't.
mium only had been paid (about
J. W. PATTERSON, Agent.
on S5,00U The
w hole S5.U00 was paid to Mrs. Black-welv. hose acknowlPITTSBURG, PHILADELPHIA, BAL- edgment is given below.
This presents one of the many instances in which the
TIMORE AM) XEW YORK.
benefits of Life Insurance is fuliv illustrated. The assurNew route opened to New York
business, left nothing
P all the way by railroad via Cincinnnii, Hamilton and ed hadresultedinfrom the Insurance on for his wife, except
his life, which k:
iiad been so thoughtful in making.
The quickest, cheapest, and most pleasant route to
J. C. HKK.VDO.V Asent,
Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Now York. De' ?ni!.er 17.
pot in the West end of tho city.
Only route via Pittsburg and Philadelphia b
Fa a ski out. Oct. m, 1KJ.V
through tickets can be obtaini-- from Cincinnati" to Now Joit. C. ilr.RN!O.N. Ls.,
Aacnt of tht Charter Oak Life Insurance Co.:
One less change of cars than any otiier rouu-Dkah
Passengers leaving Cincinnati on (i o'clock Morning gratitudeSnt: the receipt through thousand express infor
Train of Cincinnati, .Hamilton and Dayton Railroad tro full amount of the risk taken for my benefit dollars, late
through to Crestline without change of cars, and aiVr husband, Isaac P. lilackw ell. 1 most highlv appreciate
having thirty minutes for dinner, proceed by the Ohio the benefit resulting to mo from this provident act of
and Pennsylvania Railroad, arriving in Pittsburg at H late husband, and will ever remember it w ith gratitude.
o'clock, P. M. Leaving Pittsburg; via Pennsylvania Hoping thatthe Company may be prosperous in all time
Ceutral Railroad, at 9 o'clock, P. M., and arrive in Bal- to come, and that it may continue to extend its protection
timore and Philadelphia at
o'clock and 30 minutes to lite w i.tow ami orphan,
fnoon) nftxt day, and from thence via Kensington and
I remain vours &c.
Jersey City, or Camden and Am boy railroads, arriving
SLSAS K. BLACKWELL.
in New York at 4, P. M.
Second Train Leaves Cincinnati, Hamilton and
iayton Railroad 8 o'clock, and 20 minute .i every morning; arrives at Crestline 4:-P. M., and Pittsburg li!
o'clock and 30 minutes, midnight, and altera eomforta-night'- s
refit, resume by 7 o'clock, A. M., train, arriving in
OF HARTFORD, COWECTICCT.
Philadelphia and Baltimore
o'clock and Hfi minutes,
The only oQice iu Cincinnati at which through tickets Capital Stock,
can be purchased from Cincinnati to New York via Amount Paid L'p,
Pittsburg and Philadelphia is under the Spencer House,
and one door below the Gibson House, on Walnut street.
THE annexed 1st January, of the condition of the
,D 00 responsibility of the Company. shows the condition and
From Louisvilleto Pittsburg. Iipt class.
From Louisville to Pittsburg, front ears,
1. Tho name of the Company is the Hartford Fire
From Louisville to Philadelphia,
Companv, and its location is at Hartford.
From Louiszille to Baltimore, Connecticut.
F'rom Louisville to New York via Philadel2. The Capital Stock of the Companv Is .?3uO,0UO 00
way by railroad, 50
phia, all the
3. The am't of its Capital Stock paid up is
For through tickets and information please apply at 4. The assets of tho Company are as fol
Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad Office, Northlows:
west corner of Broadway and Fourth str ets, under the
Cash on hand and In the hands of Agents,
Spencer House, or to J. W. SHIPLEY, at Railroad Office,
S0O shares Hartford Lank slock,
on Walnut street, between Fourth and Fifth streets, one
Phoenix Eank stock,
Gibson House, oral No. 555, South
door South of the
HM) shares B'k of Hartford county stock,
side Main, between Second and Third streets, and nearly
:0 shares B'k HarVfd co. stock (new,l
House, Louisville, Ky.
opposite the Gait
i!3 shares Farmers and .Mechanic
llTake the cars at Jeffersonville for Cincinnati.
2, 1 00
For further information please call at the offices, as
43 shares City Eank stock,
HENRY O. AMES, Sup't.
iuo shares Kxehange Eank stock,
J. W. PATTERSON, Agent.
Sept. 1, 3854
60 shares .Mercantile Eank stock,
loo shares Charter Oak Eank stock,
Hn) shares Charter Oak E'k stock (new,;
Proclamation by the Governor.
3:i shares Connecticut Kiver EankitLg
In the name and by the authority of the Commonwealth of
Hartford, Providence, and
Kishkill Railroad stock,
YirllEREAS, it has been represented to me by the pe-i'i0 shares Connecticut Kiver Railroad
tition of the county Judge of Jefferson countv, that
in the month of August last, PATRICK CAVINAW did
50 shares Hartford and New Haven I:.
aid and abet in killing and murdering ne Theodore
Rhodes, and has since fled from justice.
liO shares Connecticut River Company
Now, therefore, I, CHARLES S. MOREHEAD, Govstock,
3. C00 00
ernor of tho Commonwealth aforesaid, do hereby offer
Bills receivable, secured by approved
a reward of Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars lor the
personal security or ample collaterapprehension of said Cavinaw, and his delivery to the
als 10C6S5 76
Jailer of Jefferson county, within ono year.
5. Xo liabilities to banks or others, due or
JJY TESTIMQ-ffWttk.ktt,VI, I nave
hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of 6. No losses adjusted and due.
the Commonwealth to be affixed, on this the 7. Amount of tosses adjustedand not due,
22d of September, A. D. 1855. and in the G4th
8. Amount of losses unadjusted,
vearof the Commonwealth.
9. Losses in suspense, waiting for further
C. S. MOREHEAD.
By the Governor:
proof, included in last answer above.
'Mason Brown, Secretary of State.
10. All other claims apainst the Corananv
11. The rule of the Company is not to exceed $10MX) in
suoject to loss oy a single Ore.
Said Cavinaw is a low heavy set Irishman, about live li!. lhe amountinsuredin a citv or village depends upon
feet high, black hair, dark hazleeyes, mild countenance,
itssize; generally, all the desirable riskato be had,
round face, very active in his movement. Supposed to
subject to the rule last above named.
13. The amount insured in anv one block of buildiagi
have come from near Trenton, New Jersey.
depends upon its size and construction, subject to
tne rule aoovc reierrea to.
Proclamation by the Governor.
I t. The act of incorporation Is the same as filed in July.
C. B. BOWJiRS, Secretary.
Hart" ord, January 22, lt&5.
In the name and by the authority of the Common)
State of Connecticut,
wealth of Kentucky
Hartford county, j ss
"HEREAS.it has been reDresented to mo that JAR- Pearsonally appeared C. B. Bowers, S&retarv of lhe
MAN, a slave. the nronertv of Thos. Reynolds, Esq.,
Hartford Fire Insurance Company, and made oath that
county, Kentucky, the foregoing statement, by
in September. 1855, did,iu Jessamine
him subscribed. Is true, ackill and murder Horace, a slave, ana isnow going ai cording to Ins be ft knowledge and belief,
R. G. DOAKE,
Now, therefore, I, CHARLES S. MOREHEAD, GovernJustice of the P4aee.
or of said Commonwealth, do hereby offer a reward of
fr.i insurance, all noeessarv informaUpon application
Ono Hundred Dollar forthe apprehension of the said
J. c. HEKAOOX,
Jarman,and his delivery to the jailer of Jessamine coun- tion will be given by
Dec. 17, 1H55.
Agent, at Frankfort, Ky,
ty within one year from this date.
FOR THE CHILDREN.
forlossesand not luu,
OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
by the Legislature of the State of Connetilct,
by perpetual Charter (framed In Mav, lbM.
acres. Washington countv, waters of Chaplin; lax due,
amount, SKU 37.
John Wister, John M. Price, and C. J. Wjs-te- r,
2,500 acrcsof land. Henry county, waters Sand Kipp
and 6 mile. entered, surveyed. and patented, H. .Marshall;
tax due, 1852-3-- 4:
No. 2571 Jasper Cope, 800 acres, Butler county,
amount 8 P.
Green Hiver; tax due, 1852-3-- 4;
No. 2678 Isaac Willis, 630 acres. Union county, Trade-wate- r,
patented Will Mercer, tax due, 1852-3-- 4:
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
receivable, pavable at
Bank, Eeal estate unencumbered, 72 Mortgage Bonds. 6 and 7 per
9 income Bonds 7 per cent semi
20 State of Va. Bonds, 6 per
5 State of K. C. Bonds, 6 per
10 Jersey City Water Bonds, 6
10 Hartford City Bonds, C per
This invaluable remedy lor every description of
fje(:tions, anu lor uiseases oi uie liver ana
Kidneys has obtained a popularity wherever introduced, unprecedented in the history of any oilier medical preparation ever brought before the public.
Many of our most Eminent Physician have thoroughly tested its merits.and now prescribe it as the most effective Alterative and Blood I'urilier ever know n.
.Neuralgia, Dyspepsia. Palpitation of the Heart. Niht
Sweats and Affections of the Lungs, will readily yield to
tho influence of this unrivaled remedy. Physical Derangements or Irregularities especially with Female
producing debility and prostration of the system may
be at once obviated and removed by the use of the
Bitter Cordial uiKMilood iJurilier,
which is a vegetable, sprout, pleasantto take and perfectly safe to be used in any state of health, even by the most
delicate female or child.
Price one dollar per bottle.
DOWNING V CO., Proprietor.-- ,
of liie Company are:
Cash in hand and in Phoenix
Cash on special deposit in Phoenix and Hartford Banks, on
Cash in hands of Agents, balan-
The name of the Corporation is iETN'A INSURANCE
COMPANY', located at Hartford, Connecticut.
The Capita! is Five Hundred Thousand Dollars, and
is paid up.
IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS.
LAKE ERIE RAILROADS.
No. 1, Barclay Street
Lead Pencils, '
Pins and Needles.
The selection is lare and varied, containing articles
of every prico and pattern. Among; the extrr.c;-- , for the
Handkerchief mav be found the following:
Violin and Guitar S'.r.n?
JANUARY 1, 1(J56.
As presented to its stockholders, and made out in compliance with State laws of New Y'ork, Ohio, Indiana,
An article that all lovers of the wood must pronounce
Dr. MILLS' Drug Store.
the best, at
r BBLS. Pure Spirits for making Brandy Peaches. Just
Ct received and for sale by
GRAY & TODD.
India Rubber Com
Oct. 8, 1855
Of all kinds, plain, fancy, end colored at
ur. .MILLS' Drug store.
ges of various kinds, at
I AM prepared
toiusurethe livejof Negroes
on favorable terms.
H. WINGATE, Jtgent.
Aug. 10, lP5u tf.
together with every article usually found in a Clothing
Gentlemen desiring to replenish their Clothing' would
do well to give me a call, as 1 am satisfied they cannot
do better at any other establishment in the citv.
Oct. 15, 1855.
Gum drops of all flavors,
Sugar and Coffee.
WE have in store N. O.for sale
10 chesU Clarified Sngarforpreserving;
20 bbls Crushed Sugar,
5 bbls Loaf Sugar;
30 pockets old Government Java Coffee;
15 bags prime Kio Cotl'ee;
3 chests prime G. P. Tea;
2 chests prime black Tea.
GRAY & TODD.
' GUTTA PERCHA PENS.
SEWmy fall Block
DOXON & GRAHAM,
No. 6, St. Clair St., Frankfort, Kv.
JUST IN THE RIGHT TIME.
received per S. B. lilue Wing, a fresli supply of
Buck Wheat Flour and for sale by
Owning the right to manufacture and sell these inestimable Coffee Pots, we take pleasure in recommending
them to every family, with a warrantee to give satisfaction or no pay.
We cannot in detail give further particulars. By way
of variety, we have always ready for nale. Salt Fish,
Bird Cages, Ox Yokes, Ladies1 Mending Cotton, Wheel
Barrows, Patent Medicine, Cotton Floor Maps. Stone
Ware, Bird Seed, Ploughs, family Flour, Meal, Ironing
and Preserve Stoves, Ray Carpeting, Cedar and Pine
Ware, Colognes, Violins, Buggy, Riding, and Stock
Wbips, Cow and Sheep Bells, Razors, Pocket Cutlery,
and Victoria Pens, Sweet Oils, Clothes Pins, Minnow
Seins, and Partridge Nets.
Please call, examine, and buy from
s. WEST & CO. having taken an Agency for tho
i sale of W. T. SMITH &. CO'S fresh Baltimore Oysters, which they warrant to be as good if not superior to
any in this city, "are prepared to supply all their friends
and customors, cither by the case or can.
Ornamental Chamber Setts; plain and Japanned Tin
Ware of every description; and in addition we have a
large supply of
indeed, the whole art of drawing and painting, taught
in the lesson. Anv leaf, plant or flower can be transferred to the pages of an album with a minute and distinct
resemblance of nature. With equal facility picturesand
embroidery patterns are taken, and have received the
highest eulogiums from the fair sex; and, indeed, a more
tasteful present for a lady could not be produced.
The Mafic Paper will also mark linen or other articles Hemp, Manilla and Cotton Rope, Carpet Warp, and the
so as to remain perfectly indelible. All the washing in
best article of Cotton Yarns, of all sizes and number.
the world fails to bring itout. Any child can use it with
ease. With this Magic Paper, one or four copies of every
letter written can be secured without any additional labor fj the barrel.
cheapest and most convenient
whatever, making itthe
extant. It is used to a great advantage by reporters
of the public press, telegraphic operators and hosts of Double, Single, Lounge, Trundle, and Crib sizes. Hair,
Cotton and Shuck.
"'Kadi package contains four different colors black,
blue, Teen and red, with full printed instructions, forall Hunt's Douglass Axes, the best
now in me; Hand
to obtan live hundred distinct impressions. It is put up Saws, Hatchets and Hammers. articlf
in beautifully enumeled colored envelopes, with a truthattached. Each and every
ful likeness of the proprietor
package warr.mted. Price Si a dozen or five for SI. Cut, Wroughtaud Horse Shoe Nails, of the best brands.
single packages cents. Address, post-paiN. riUnoC'bL,
No. 167, Broadway, New York.
Of all sizes, and Putty in large and small quantities, always on hand.
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
Impression Paper. We refer our
readers to the advertisement in another column, setting Market, School, Key, Bell, Pear, and Traveling
forth the merits of this pleasing and ingenious invention.
Oval and square Clothe lioskets.
The cheapness should induce all to give it a trial. PhilPaints.
and utility, and should
v uuc i,eau;
It is unsurpassed for neatness
ar-L,inseeu un; v nue, opal una japan
nisli: Lithiireft. and Ochru: water nmi fin- - nrool' Paint- meet with the sale it richly deserves. Tribune.
Just what the people has long desired, and recommend
ground in oil, an excellent paint for porch floor, steps,
itself to every individual nf taste and refinement. Jour &c.
Oct. 22 1855
received tho most elegsntand t'xteiisive
of FINE PERFUMERY AND FANCY
ARTICLES ever brought to Frankfort. The stock consists of
Hair Brushes of even-- .ly'ie Fine Colognes.
Extracts for the ha:idl:l.
Extracts for navoriiio.
ES. iETNAOF INSURANCE CO.,
1 r is well known thaUherc is greateeonomy in crushing
1 or grinding the kernels of all grain betore feeding it
to stock, and that there is much nutriment in the col.
when properly broken or ground. And the only reason
that mills arranged to produce these desired results have
not been more generally introduced among planters and
farmers, has been their complex arrangement and high
hereunto set my hand, and caused the seal of
the Commonwealth to bo affixed.
Frankfort, this sixth day of September, 1855,
vear of the Common
C. S. MOREHEAD.
By the Governor:
Masok Drown. Secretary of State.
Jarman is about
years old, about six
Tin, Copper, & Sheet Iron Manufactory.
Interest, and cost arc not paid on th; fol
or before tho lOthday of February
next, the same will be forfeited to the Commonwealth of
Levi lilunt's heirs, 100, partof-MNo.
county, waters of Little Barren, originally surveyed for
Eliza Summersou headright certificate No. 70, and patented to Levi Blunt; taxes from 184tto 1854; amount.
J Flowing land, on
Given under my hand this iOili dav of October. Ic55.
THO. S. PAGE.
Auditor Public Accounts.
50 percent interest is due on the first year's taxes.
100 per cent on tho second year's tax;" and
100 percent on the third year's tax.
Costs for advertising, 25 cems on each tract.
Oct. 12, 1855 2am3mw&tw.
Boys, Look Here
just received TWO DOZEN MCE. WAI3I
I J4CKKTS nllM ROUNDABOUTS, made of .Mix.
cd Tweed Cassiniere, which 1 am selling verv cheap.
THK undersigned opened inform hWfricndsnnd the
that he has
a shop and commenced the
Oct. 19, 1855.
above business in all its branches. Hu will warrant all
w ork done by him to give satisfaction,
and hopes by diliSuga
gence and promptness in business, to merit and receive
HHDS. prime N. O. Susar:
a portion 01' the public patronage. Those persons
10 10 bbls. double refined While Supar;
his line are respeetfullv requested to call on
10 bbls. PreserviujrSuenr.
Auk. 22, 1835.
W. H. KKE.NJ-- .
He would al.ao inform his friends and the public that he
will keep constantly on hand a general assortment of
COOKl.NG STOVKS, and WOOD and COAL STOVES
Umbrellas and Canes.
of the best quality, which he will sell on accommodating
GOOD lot of Umbrellai and Walking Canes, can
Oct. IT, 155-l-- y.
V. M. TODD'S.