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REFERS, BY PERMISSION, TO
TiiKOP. Parsons. L. L. D., Professor of Law, Cambridge, MUSS,
Kunnakd v Brother, Merchants, St. Louis.
Crow, McCrukky oi Co., Merchants, St. Louis.
Hon. J no F. Kyland, Judge Supreme Court of Mo.
Haywood, Crow at Co., Merchants, St. Louis.
iiucKNta, Hall oz Co , Merchants, Cincinnati, Ohio.
A. M. GAZLAY.
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
Messrs. Jis. Trabub & Co.; Gmivin, Bell & Co.;
McDowell, Yocno & Co.; Huoiiescc Huti hisos; Low
Hays, Cr.vig fit Co.;
& Whitney; Jas. E. Breed,
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& HofKINs; CCRD
ley; Curd & Co.
& WniTEl A B AT & RaI- LAug. 17 W57 tl.
W. H. M'HENRV.
M. D. & W.
iiext door to the Branch Bank of Kentucky, over G.
W. Craddock's oilice.
Feb. JO, 1."? wAawby.
AT T O It X E Y S AND LAND AGENTS,
DES MOINES, IOWA,
overy description and materia!, at
Llr. MILLS' Drug Store.
Tho largest variety in Frankfort, at
Dr. MILLS' Drug Store.
color-.- , sizes
FINE TOILET BOTTLES,
Beautiful stylesof Bohemian, at
GLASGOW Ell EE PHE8S.
J. II. KINKEAD,
N. D. SMITH.
AND PURE SPIRITS,
to all business confided to them in the
Court of Appeals. Federal Court, and other Courts
hold their sessions ai rranmori, ivy. une or
both may always be found at theirotlice, to give counsel
r rank lorl, Jan. b, lHo
or transact business.
LliS. HAMS, SIDES AND SHOULDERS, in
store and lor sale by
W. A. GAINES.
April 1, 1857.
West side Second St., bet . Main
Q. W. OWEN
Dealers in Hardware
0 1'U HERS OF
Partners in the
PEACTICE OF LAW,
N. D. SMITH
Oct. 28, 1S33.
MOREIIEAD & BROWN.
Office on St. ('lnfr Street, next Door to Morse'i
practice in all ihe Courts held in Frankfort, and
WILL Oldham, Henrv. Trimble and Owen counties.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
May 'M, 1850
Jan. 30, 1857 tf.
Clnirtreei, Opposite the Postoflice.
ITATER Closets, Bath Tubs, Hot and Cold Shower
ash 1 raws, rlam and rancy Wash Stands.
and every description of Plumbing work put up in the
most workmanlike manner.
Copper, Tin & Sheet
Iron Work, Spout
ing ani Guttering
of all descriptions.
Continually ou hand a large assortmentof
COOKIXG, PA KLOil
il lit- 41
,iiul jiilt.iLiitu.l 1a
OFFICE iVOKTU SIDE
Every stylo ol Picture executed with neatuesa
Mini trmr.alrrh. nt m.i1iii.m(I
All Work Warrauted to
Oct. 2, ltJ57 aui.
THIRD STKEET, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY
SADDLES AND BRIDLES
APPl.K.in store mid for sale by
rri BUSHELS BLUE GKA
DU Shle by
April 1, 1857.
W. A. GAIN
Editors and Publishers.
Flowers, Hair Braids
Curls, Brass Hoops,
SEED, in store and of and all other articles usually kept in a Millinery Estab
iisnmuui,wuicu sue will sell as low as me lowest.
Nov. 2, ldo7 3m.
W. A. GAINES.
have this day commenced receiving Fresh Bal
to receive them
daily during the oyster season by Express, &na soiu ex
clusively for Cash by
Nov. 11 1857
GRAY & TODD.
if timore Oysters, and willcontinue
STATE OF NEW YORK,
City and County of New York,( "
Morris Franklin, President o; the New York Life Insurance Company, being duly affirmed, doth declare
aud say, thai lo llie best o I his knowledge, information
and beliel, the above statement is correct and true; that
all the investments therein referred lo were made iu
good faith, and not for any temporary expediency; thai
ihe assets of the said company were, al the date ol ihe
said statement $1,260,214 05, as Uiereiii set forth, aud
invested as therein staled.
Amrmed this 22d day of Julv, 1857, before me.
E. A. STANSttUK Y, Com. Deeds.
MORRIS FRANKLIN, President.
A true copy from ihe original on tile in ihisomce.
Auditor's Office, Ky., July 1, 1C57.
THO. S. PAGE Auditor.
Frankfort, Ky., July 1,1857.)
This is to certify that HENRY WIN GATE, as Agent of
Ihe New York Lile Insurance Company, of New York, at
Frankfort Franklin county, has tiled iu ihis office the
slate me lit and exhibits required by the provisions or
an act, entitled, "An act to regulate Agencies o Foreign
Insurance Companies, " approved March 3, IKiO; and
ithaving been shown to the satisfaction ol the undersigned that said Company is possessed of an actual ..capital
of al least one hundred and tilty thousand dollars, us required by said act, the said Henry VYingule, as Age tit as
aforesaid, ishereby licensed and permitted to take risks
and tiausact businessol insurance al his oltice in Frankfort, for ihe term of one year from the date hereof.
But this license may be revoked if it shall be made to
appear to the undersigned that since the filing ol the
statements above referred to, the available capital of
said Compauy has been reduced below one hundred aud
fifty thousand do I
and year auovc written.
A large assortment of
Hotchkiss' Reaction Water Wheels
ODELL & MORSE,
Losses due and unpaid none.
FANCY GOODS' STORE
Lebanon, Jan. 9,
Lossesadjusled aud not due,
Losses unadjusted aud in suspense awaiting luriher prool, 3g Losses resisted believed to be fraudulent or unjust,
QPi Accumulated dividend interest,
Taxes in liiigationabout
Saddle, Harness and Trunk Warerooms
l.i;KIl, Agent, Manufacture rofSteam
Enginesand Machinery for Saw or Grist Milts, Coal
Gudgeons, Rag Irons, Saw
Mines, Vc, Vc,
Slides, Carriage Segments, Cotton Gin Segments, and
Pinions, Car Wheels, Grate Bars, Mill Spindles, Mill
uogsauu stirrups, always on uauu.
yirM. H. (ill
OF HARTFORD, CONN.,
Ik compliance with "an Act to regulate the Agencies
Foreign Companies,11 vol incorporated by the State of
Kentucky land passed by the Legislature of Kentucky ,
Charter Oak Life Insurance Company.
TENTH ST. BETWEEN
1. The name of ihe Compauy is the HARTFORD
FIRE INhUitANCE COMPANi'; and its location Uul
S TA TE M E NT .
IsL The amH of its actual capiuil stock Is
U. ine Capital Stock of the Company is THREE
id. ihe amount ol Us capital alock, ox- HUNDKED 1 HUL'SAN D DOLLARS.
elusive of stock, notes, ano in bank
3. Ihe amount of Us Capital Slock uaid uu is THREE
stocks, cash bonus and mortgages, i
HUNDREU THOUSAND DOLLARS.
3d. The assets ot ihe company are:
4. Ihe Aasets of the Company are as follows:
1st. Amount of cash m hu..d aud in
ll DUaros naruoru Baut rtlocK, par
the hands of agenis or other perValue 01, loo, market Value,
tf,2u- ti9,496 OH
U32 Miares Pnumix bank, slock, par vaU
2d. Bonds owned by the compauy are
uo jj,vuu, mantel value,
county bonds with inteieei,
100 shares Conn. River Banking Co.,
3d. Debts lo the company secured by
stock, par value 5,UUU, market value.
60 Shares Fanners and Mechanics B'lc
4th. Debts otherwise secured, viz:
stock, par vale.uuu, market value.
B lis receivable, upon interest,
feu Share Farmers and Mechanics
including mutual prom, notes,
slock, (lo per cent, paid in,) par
Obligation lor capital slock
, market value.
by Uie Directors ul said
Jul) Shares Exchange Bunk slock, par
company, and by the comptroll10,400 00
er ol llie ft late of Connecticut,
vaiuo 10,000, markei value,
115 Shares City Bank, slock, par value
Cash loans on endorsed promis-H,juU, inarket.value,
sory notes wilh collateral secu14,030 00
150 Shares liank of Hartford County
rity, chiell) ou ueiuand and at
stock, par val uo 15,000, market valabout 12 per cent, interest,
ue, lG.uiQ 00
Accrued iuieresiio ihe company
2uU Shares Charter Oak Bank stock, par
5th. Debts lor premiums at interest,
value i:u,oou, luarnei value,
1U0 Shares Mercantile bunk stock, par
Olh. All other aocurilies are:
Bank stock in cities of Hertford
value lu,uuo, niarkel value.
MO Shares American Exchange Bank
aud ow York.
Cash in Bank on deposit ou d- stock, A. i., par value 0,0b0, market value,
uiaud, bearing iuluresl,
200- Suarea bank of America stock, M.
Personal properly ol Ihe company,
x., par value 2o,b(tO, market value.
!00 shares bank ol Commerce slock,
Preierred Railroad stock at 10
N. Y., par val. 20,000, market val.
2w Shares importersaud Traders Bank
slock, IN. i ., par value 2o,ouu, marj02,c44 34
20b shares Manhattan Co. Bank slock,
4th. Losses due and unpaid none.
.,par value 10,000, market Val.,
13,400 00 5th. Losses adjusted aud nol due,
100 Shares Merchants B'k slock, N. Y.,
Olh. Losses in suspense waiting for furpar value 5,0ou, market value,
ther proof none.
200 aliurcs U uiou Bank slock, N. Y.,par
7th. All oilier claims gaiuel ihe company
value iu,uuu, market value,
or oilier indebtedness, whether vlue
200 Shares Ocean Bault slock, N. Y.,
or uoL due none except ordinary curpar value lU,uuo, market value,
100 Shares Bank North America stock,
dih. Payment of losses resisted, 3tcN . V., par value 10,000, market val.
Aever resisted any.
200 Shares Metropolitan bank stock, N.
i'lh. 'Ihe actol lucorporaliou of tills ComY., par value 20,000, market value,
pany was granted by Uio Legls.ature
100 Shares Hartford and New Haven K.
ol Connecticut al its May session, A.
R. stock, par value l0,oob, market
D., IttjU, and is the same us Hied in
theoihceol IheAudltorol Kentucky
100 Shares Hartford, Providence and
in J uly, lboo.
rishkill K. n. stock, par value 10,.
Ihe undersigned hereby certily that Ihe foregoing i
SU0 00 ac rrecl stateiuenl
000, niarkel value,
oi ihe ahaira of tue Company ac34 Shares Hailiovd, Providence aud
cording to their best knowledge and beliel.
Fishkill R. R. slock, preferred, par
J. C. vv A utk.LttY , President.
value 3,4.00, market value,
Samuel H. Wuitk, Secretary.
20 Shares Conn. River R. R. stock, par
value 2,1'UU, market value,
120 Shares Conn. River Co. stock, par
value 12,000, market value,
Col'NTY ok Hartford, Harllord, July 17, lb57.
Personally apieared, James c. Vaikley andiaiiiuel
S3S5,444 U0 H. White, subscrioeis ol the loregoing lustruinenl, lo
Bills receivable bearing interest, (of
me known as aioreaaid, and made oatn to the truth ol
wiucn aiju,uui) is special deposit iu
the same according lo lheir best knowledge and belie l.
Banks on interest)
$207,315 21 Before me,
JEituME B. biu
Balances on book, duo tU Company,
Justice of the ttace.
Cash on hand,
A irm copy irm the original ou fl.ein this oilice.
THO.S. PAOE, Auditor.
Frauklort, K)., July l,lo;.
5. No liabilities to Banks or others,
due or not due.
0. Mo losses adjusted and due.
Fra.k mkoht, Ky., July 1, lfc57.
7. Amount of loses, either unad-- i
This is locerlify thatJ. M. MILLS, as Agent ol the
justed or adjusted and not
Charter Oak Lite Insurance Co., ol Harllord, Couu.
al (Frauklort) Franklin count j , hasilted in una omce the
9. Losses in suspense waiting urslate men is audexhiOils required b) the provisions ul an
ine r proof, included iu lut anact, euliUd, "An aci lo regulate Agencies ol Foreign
insurance Companies," approved aiarch 3, le5ti aim n
10. All other claims against the Comhaving been shown to the satisfaction ol ihe undersigned
pany, including dividend $30,-uU- u
that said Company is possessed ol an acluai capital ol at
payable June 10, lcji.
11. The rule ot the Company ia not to exceed S10.000 leasL oue hundred and ulty thousand dollars, as required by said act, llie said '. M. iVlills, as Agent a aiore .
in any one risk, subject to lo?s b) a single tire.
ri. i he amount insured, in a city or village, depends said, is hereby licensed and permitted lo take risks aud
its size, generally all Ihe desirable risks to be transact busineeSul insurance al uis oUice in Frank Jon,
lor ihe icrui ol one year Irou Ihe date hereol. bm
had, subject lo the rule lusi above named.
1J. Ihe amount insured iu any one block or buildings tins license uiu) be revoked H il shall be made lo appear
depends upon its sue aud construction, subject to the lo the undersigned ihul since the Ming of the staie-meuabove reierred lo, llie available capital ol said
rule aoovo reierreu iu.
Company lias been reduced below oue hundred aud
14. The Act of Incorporation accompanies this.
Ulty Uiousaud dollars.
C. Ii. ttOWli.KS, Secretary.
In testimony whereof, 1 have set my hand, the day aud
year above written.
State of Connecticut,
THO. S. PAGE, Auditor.
Harllord County. (
J. M. AULLS, Aiieol,
June 19th, 1857, personally appeared, C B. Bowers,
Secretary of the Harllord t ire Insurance Compaii),
and made oalli thai Lite toregoing statement, by hi m
subscribed, is a Irue, lull and correct statement of the.
allairs i said Company, and exhibits its actual condi
IS T A T
M E iN T
tion on the hrst day oi ilu, laoi; and he luriher de
clares under o ifl, that ihe subsequent business of the
ur as reported and ascertained ul Ihe dale
New York Life Insurance Company.
ol making Ibis ulhdav il, Has beeu such as to produce
no material or uuiavorable change in tue condition ol Up to the 1st day of July, 1657, made
ii conformity teith
its allairs shown in the above exhibit.
tne requirement oj the law oj Kentucky.
K. G. DRAKE, J. P.
A true copy troni the original ou tile in ihis office.
1HO. S. PAGE, Aud or,
Cash on hand,
Frankfort, Ky., July 1,1657.
30 Shares Delaware and Hudson Canal
stock, par $J,4U0,
Albany City Water Bonds, par $50,-OuFkankkort, Ky., July 1, 1857. )
This is to certify thai J. M. MlLLs,as
Watcrtown and Rome Railroad Bonds,
Harllord Fire Insurance Company , of Harllord, Conn.,
( r ranktort,)
franklin county, has Died in tins
Hudson itiver Railroad Bonds, par
the statements and exhibits required by the provisions
of an act, entitled, "An act to regulate Agencies Ol For- New Vork Central Railroad Bonds,
n Insurance Com panics," approved .viarcn J, leoo,
par Sb,bvu, the satisfaction of the un5,573 74
aud it having been showu to
dersigned Lhatsaid Company is possessed of an actual J80 bhares Merchaul Bank Slock, par $'J,- fifty thousand dol
capital ol at least one hundred and
lars, us required by said act, the said j. ii. mius, as 1U0 Shares Bank of Commerce Stock, par
as atoresaid, is hereby licensed and permitted lo
lake risksand transact business of insurance al his oilice 75 Snares bank -of the Republic Stock,
-par $ 1,500,
ihe term ol one year from the date
in Frauklort, lor
hereof. Bui Hits license may be revoked it it shall be 50 Shares American Exchange Bank
Slock, par $5,uuo,
made to appear to the undersigned thut since the tiling
ol me statements
roicrrco to, uie available capital 1)0 Shares Metropolitan Bank Stock, par
ol said Company has oeou reduced below oue buuurco
50 Shares Park Bank Stock, par $5,- and hllv thousand dollars.
5, '256 25
In testimony whereof,! have set my hand, the day and
Loans on stocks,
year above written.
bonus aud mortgages first lien, THO. S. PAGE, Auditor,
Premium notes on Lite Policies, bearing
J. M. iMlLLs, Agent,
July 15, 1857 witw2w.
Interest accrued up to July 1st, 1857,
due subsequent lo 1st July,
Premiums on policies in bauds of Agents,
Cistern, Well and Force Pumps; Sheet Lead, Lead
l fj3 All orders promptly attended to.
Feb. 13, IrijT if.
OF HAKTFOKl). CONN.
As per Report to the Stockholders, at their Annual
OF THE AFFAIRS
Coach and Buggy Harness ,
Citizens of Lebanon, and of Marion and surrounding or Grist or Saw Mills.
counties, lo you, of whatever political party or religious
A large assortmentof Patterns for Mill Gearing oic,
sect, we look for support and the more liberal that is,
Wagon and Cart Harness,
Castings made althe shortest notice.
the larger and more entertaining will be our paper
WM.H. GRAINGER, Jfe n t .
for we are determined, if you will place in our hands
April21 1H.)G tf
Ihe means, to make the Central Kentnckian worthy of
Of every variety.
To obtain this, however, wo shall not sacrifice
bv vlediriin? our.selve.s to any part it or sect.
TRUCKS, VALISES AND CARPET BAGS,
yel we shall promise ou Neutrality in jYottinif. If we
LINEN AND WOOLEN HORSE COVERS, &c.
are not capable of choosing our suhjeel matter, and
of commenting ijpon all or any topic of public interest,
All orders left with C. G- Graham, of Frankfort, or
inofin a manner which shall be at once courteous and
to the proprietor will receive prompt attensent
fensive, we ought not to come before yon as Editors. To ST. CLAIR STREET, FRANKFORT. KENTUCKY. tion. direct
Persons visiting Louisville wanting articles in
be faithful journalists of passing events candid cr.tics ol
my une win nna n lo their interest to give me a call bepu'dic acis and successful advocates of Truth, is the
fore purchasing elsewhere.
MRS. E. C. STR0BRIDGE
hight of our ambition.
TCf Remember the Four Story Store, Third Street,
Terms: $1 50 in advance; S- - 00 in ai months. No 1T70ULD resnectfullv inform her friends and the rub oeiween.uam and Market.
LJuly A3 Iojv but.
lie that she has on hand a large and fashionable as
Return the list of names
deduction made on clubs.
as soon as possible, as we shall issue the fi rst nu inber on sortment oi
Wednesday, the 27ih.
and Cutlery, t
Shop on 1st.
OF THE CONDITION
MRS. M. 11ERRENSMITH,
For sale in any quantity, either in bottles, suitable for
KILL practice Law in the Couruil Ajipeals' in the the toilet, or otherwise, ai
RESPECTFULLY invites the particular ;
Dr. M ILLS1 Drug Store.
Franklin Circuit Court, and all other Slate Courts
V.. attention of the Ladies of Frankfort and & 'iJ
held in Frauklorl, aud will alloud to i tie collection ol
vicinity, that slie has jusl returned from
in anj part of the state.
the East with a most beautiful assortment of
Always al home, evurj eoiiiLiiuiiiea ion will have his
The genuine Lubitr as well as a variety ot other's
alien Lion ou the same day received, and will be prompt
ij- - IVIA
in new slyles, and at all prices, at
ly aus ered, and Ihus his clients kepi algay s advised ul make,
Dr. M ILLS'Drng Store.
Lheir allairs. Aud uaving determined lo have all his
A IS D
Oriels and arguments in ihe Court ol Appeals printed,
and copies l urnisufcd lo his clients and counsel in the
lower courts, all concerned will be t ully inlonuod how Inthelineof fancy and Toilet articles, that either Lahis duty lu& been performed.
dies or Gentlemen can desire, at
He will, as Commissioner of Deeds, lake the acDr. M ILLS' Drug Store.
Consisting of the following articles:
knowledgments ol Deeds, and other writings to be
BONNETS from 50eenis up to 18.
used or recorded in other slates; and, as Commissioner
LADIES DRESS CAPS from 50 cents up to $4.
under the aciol Congress, attend lo the taking ol depoA handsome selection will be opened in due time for ALL KIND OF HEAD DRESSES.
sitions, affidavits, (.Ye.
FRENCH AND AMERICAN FLOWERS.
"Uld liank,' opposite the Mansion House tlreapproaching holidays, at
RIBBONS, of all quality and prices.
Dr. MILLS' Drug Store.
Frauklort, Nov. 19,le.iu o.
Dec. 1, lH5ii.
And all kind of Worsted Goods lor Children; Cloaks
an J v urs tor Ladies and I hi Id re n; all kind of Kid I raveling and Riding Gloves for Ladies; Dress Trimmings;
Ladies Corsets; Hoop Sk irts of all patterns, and all kind
of necessary articles of Ladies wear.
Particular notice is called to a great variety of Worst
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
ed stockings, a new fashion kind of Comb for keeping
on the Bonnets, and Hui r Pins lo hold on lion nets also;
Glasgow, Ky., December
all kinds of Fancy and Common Hair Pins; also a great
South end City Hall.
OrcuE, Third Street,
Dear Sir: Having disposed ol" our Printing Oilice in variety ol Gumelastic Hair fins to prevent uie ttairtrom
V. & F. practice in the Courts ol Kenton, Campbell, Eliabelhtown, Ky.,and removed to lilasow win: the
falling out; all kind of Puff Combs; Guinelastic Hair
Grant, Boone, and Nicholas, and Hie Court ol Appeals, view ol 'permanently locating we purpose commencing Cr.mb-- ; all kind of Coml s.Tooih Brushes, Needlesaud
May 5, loiS U.
ihe publication of a newspaper o:neiime (luring the Pins; Ladies and Children's Bells; Ladies Embroidermonth ol February, to be untitled "THE GLASUUVV
ed and Common Handkerchiefs; Chinelle Scarfs for laLiteraFKh-PKESS." 'it will be lev oLed to
dies; Worsted Undersleeves and Worsted Hoods for
11 A II L A iN .
Politics, Agriculture, the Arts and .sciences, Sews, Indies to wear to evening parties, and a great variety of
and esi)ecially to the proiiiolijii and advaitceineiit ol rancy Articles too numerous to mention.
tlie local and general .ntercsisof the town and county,
ATTORNEY AT JLA .
and those adjacent. IN'o pains or e.verlion oti our part
will be intermitted to secure due consideration lor all Having personally selected these Goods in the Eastern
local enterprises, I hut may be calculated to advance the Cities from the best manufacturers, she flatters hersell
Oilice on St. Clair Street, with J. $i W. L. Harlan.
general weal ol the community.
that her eti'orts in catering for the good taste of the La
An earnesteilort will be made to render il a valuable dies ot - ranktort will be duly appreciated,
family newspaper, acceptable to all parties, combining my
to my friends and customers and hope they
Hon. J.J. Crittenden,
a variety ol interesting and instructive subjects in its will all call again, as 1 will give my particular attention
columns, llavinghad considerable experience in the to please them.
noil. James Harlan,
business, and being practically luiniliar Willi its mechanTaylor. Turner Oi Co., (Jankers, Lexington, Ky.
ical duties, we indulge the hope that we shall be enu....i.-..P- J
BLEACHING & TRIMMING
uuunvi a, u.r
J. II. .tlUNSAKKAl UC UU.,Ivy.
abled to subserve to some extent, Hie interests to which Done
W 'Tanner, Louisville,
in the latest and best sMe. I will sell everything
Hie "Fpee PRtss" Will be dedicated.
Jul :t, lHjii bi.
American Politics at the present tune, may be saiu as low as possible. Call and examine before purchas
ing elsewhere, as it will be no trouble but a pleasure lo
verj justly, to be in a chrysalis state. We Jo not de suow
n, in tins rropectus, to enter the uomain oi specu
lation. It is not necessary to the present purpose, or
HTl will have an OPENING ON SATURDAY, OcAttorney and Counselor at Law,
to detlne our political position. '1 Ills uia Oe djlllied tober 10;h, on St. Clair Streel, in the old stau: of Dr.
MUNSEL, and will also keep the store ou Main street.
e are conscientiously opposed to the
ecU 0, 1K7 tf.
practices and the precept- ol Moueru iie.nocracy. vv c
ard the Deniociatic partv. as now con?uuiuu,
UjOFFICE on Shortstreetbetween Liniestoneaiid
tially an alien part;; and consiUer its aims and purS3.18S0 If.
poses, as avowed by its organs, practiced by itr leaders,
U developed in llie present
with evillo the L'niuii, in viohuioii oi the dam n.junc- lions of Itu early fauiers, anl disastrous i t American
We recogin.e in the -- Address
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
promulgated at llie Louisville Con
a political creed, eminently national, eminent
ptoieni eilirILL practice in the Circuit ami other Courts of Da-- ly conservative, and peculiarly adapted locm ji prinei- e believe dial in llie un iain
viess, and the Circuit Courts of the adjoining
des ol thai organization in iy be found Uu panacea lor
main , it not ail the political evils, Inch have disorderjlJ'Ollice up stair in the Gallatin Sun Oflice.
ed the cou utry and l omen ted sectional strife, and which
Hay U, ltU7 tt.
it is now in evident contemplation to aggravate by unwise and imprudent legislation.
THOMAS A. MARSHALL
U lulil we shall aim lo be periecu; iniepenueui auu
ol our views ol public men
removed lo b'rauklurtaiid resumed the
honest in the
UAVINli Law, will attend punctually lo such cases aa and measures, expression
we shall studiously observe courtesy and
of Appeals ol
nay be entrusted lo him in the Court
a proper respect forthe opinions ol others, whose con
and to such engagements as he may make in victions may lead them lo diner wuu us. il is uie pecu
He will also give liarity and tue boat of American institutions, that they
other Conns conveniently accessible.
upuiioiisand advice in writing, upon cases stated in secure to each and every one the "Iron and uuirammei-e- d
In no other govern
I HAVE just received a large assortment
ritiug,or on records presenieu to bun. He will promptexpression of his opinions.1
of the bos
ly altend to all communications relating lo the business
ment is this perfect freedom ot opinion in tne ciuz-e1 ( OUhIM; .movliS ever brought to the city oi
may at all limes, excepl wheu abtolerated, or considered compatible with the dignity ol Frauklort, which I can sell as cheap as can be bought
above described, and
Our whole system of government reposes in Louisville, lor cash. Give uie a call and see for you r-sent on business, be tound in franklori.
Public opinion is here at once llu sell.
March ;iu, lrtj?-t- f.
upon ibis basis.
u euerisu an ap
urcc and lue support oi power.
Copper, Tin & Sheet Iron Ware
ol ihe great privilege, loo exalted, to induce
us to refuse 10 others wnai we are prompt 10 tuun ior in alius variousbrauches, wholesale and retail, as cheap
as it can be bought at any other house in the city. Job
ourselves. Home the columns ot the "hiKE fituss
Counselor and Attorney at Law,
will at all times be open lo well written, couiteous
work executed with neatness and dispatch .
even thougu they may conflict with our individu
Tin (buttering and Spoutiiig
v e invoke, n aid
our enterprise, me support ano made and put up ou the shortest notice and most reasE, .EAK SIXTH STREET.
OFFICE CO UK
onable terms. All of those who are in want of
patronage ot the citizens of barren and surrounding
KusL d j Siclii,uJar Brjadway.
counties, and especially those whose opinions may
Copper, Tin or Sheet Iron Roofing
June H, ldo7 ly.
with liie gene t'ul view s herein expressed.
ou may leel would make it lo lheir interest lo give m
t a be lore
U e send you this circular, hoping that
bjneilt oi y o a r iuti ae uce, in pro going elsewhere.
inclined to give us tue
E D F (J D ,
'jf3 Don't forget to come to Old Bank Building, one
curing a list of subscribers in jour locality, by the 1st
door rum the corner Main and St. Clair streets.
day of February, Ibori.
Attorney at Law,
H. R. MILLER.
June 11, lr5( if.
The"FREE PRE33"will b2 nublistied weeUly
MERCHANT & SMITH,
and beautiful type, aithe following rates',
Dec. I, 1856 tf.
dingle copy, one year, (invariably in ad
PLUMBERS AND TINNERS,
T. N. LINDSEY,
To ciubs of 10, and upwards,
practice in the various Courts of Polk
i)HOPOSE to in the Supreme Court of Iowa, and the
one procuring a club of Ten subscribers, will
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
United Suites District Court.
receive an extra copy.
SMITH & PARKER, Proprietors.
They have also established a General Agency for the
transaction of all manner of business connected with II71LL practice Law in all the Courts held in Frankfort
Jan. 28, 1853.
and the adjoining counties. His Oilice is al Ins resiThey will enter Lands, investigate Titles, buy and sell dence, near r. Swigeri'a, entrance on Washington street.
Lauds, and nveat money on the best terms and on the
Frauklort, Feb. 'b, 1H4L), 761-t- l.
will enter Lands in Kansasand Nebraska Terri
tones, if an amount suilieieut tojusiifya vis.t to thai
country is offered.
Tue Senior partner having: been engaged extensively Bookteller8, Stationers, Binders, and iiook and
Job Printers, Main street , Louisville, Ky.
in the business of the law in the Courts ol Kentucky for
PUBLISHED IN" LEBANON, KY.
nearly thirty years, ami the Junior having been engaged fTAVK constantly on hand a complete assortment ol
In he Land fineness in Iowa for eight years past, during IJ. Law, Medical, theological, Classical ftchool, and
Miscellaneous tiooks, allow prices, faper oleverj
which lime lie has made actual survey of a lare portion
Lebanon, since the completion of the Railroad, conprice .
of PoIk and adjoining counties, ttiej teel coniident the) ieseriifliou, quality. and and 1'rivate Librariessupplied
necting it with Louisville, is a point of interest lo a large
will ueable to render a satisfactory account oi allbusi
section of country. There are hundreds of persons
at a small ao vance ou cost, n notes ute or neiuu.
oe entrusted to them
abroad who are in want of information upon various
They will enier Lund with Land Warrants or Money,
topics connected with it, such as the pr ices current, faupon actual inspection of the premises, and will buy and
cilities fordoing and having business done here, &c,
GEORGE S T EA.
sell Lands tin Cinnmiini, upon a careful investigation
wish to inform
and the citizens of Leb.inni theins-'lveof Ti Lies. Persons wishing to settle in the Stale can
the public at large, thai it is one of ihe most enterprislarinsaud city property for sale, by calling
tlnd desir-ibtlowusin the interiorof
CIVIL & MINING ENGINEER ing and flourishinginducements as a place the State, and
on them at their otHee in Sherman's Building, corner ol
that itotlers great
Third street mid Court Avenue, Des Moines, Iowa.
lo men of almost everj honorable trade and profession.
To supply these wants, ol people abroad and eilizens at
home, we have determined to publish "l lie Centr.il
KeiilucUinn" a paper devoted to the Commercial,
Land Asenls, 9r
GEORGE W. CRADDOCK,
'IT Office at Smith, Bradley & Co.,Clark and Dear Agricultural, Lite ran , and Moral welfare of the comKaudolph street, South side, between
munity in which it is circulated.
ATTOEtlVEY AT LAW,
born streets, Chicago, ill.
It is hoped that we shall be able, by attention lo the
Sept. 14, lr5 If.
interest of all concerned, lo supply a desideratum long
removed to East side of St. Clair street,
Telegraph Oltice. Will practice Law in all
the Courts held in Frankfort, and adjoiningcounties.
Dec. 7, IHju tf.
Hon. S. A. Douglas, Chicago, 111.
Hon. B. L. Morris, Chicago, 111.
Gov. J. A. Mattkson, Joliet, 111.
Hon. D. Davis, Bioomington, 111.
Gov. C. S. Moreiieai), Frauklort, Ky.
Hon. Thos. S. Page, Frankfort, Ky.
Messrs. Bodley cw: Pindeli,, Louisville, Ky.
Messrs. Taylor, Shelby (Sc Co., Lexington, Ky.
Col. J. W. Finnell, Covington, Ky.
Hon. W. C. Goohloe, Richmond, Ky.
Col. C. Rodks, Danville, Ky .
Hon. Z. Wheat, Columbia, Ky.
Hon. J. R. Underwood, Bowlinggreen, Ky.
Hon. John G. Kooers, GlasgowT Ky.
Hon. John L.
Hon. L. W. Powell, Henderson, Ivy.
Dr. MILLS' Drug Store.
DOG GRASS" BRUSHES.
E particular and personal attention to the invest-- I
luent of money for others in Landu, Town Lots,
tkc, in Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, and .Minnesota, and
to the location of Land Warrants. I hey will also invest
money on BOS US and REAL ESTATE SECURITIES,
al highly remunerative rates of interest, for parlies desiring il.
Their facilities'and opportunities for investment, experience in the business, and acquaintance with the
great Norlh-Wes- l,
warrant the beliel hat thevcan make
as sale and prolitable investments us any parlies in the
All lettersof inquirv oron businesspromptly answered. Address,
'sMl'i'ii, WALLER & CO.,
Box aNo. Ufi-Chicago, Illinois, or
J. T. BOVLK Danville Ky1
Consisting of Tooth Soaps, Tooth Paste, Tooth Powder,
Dr. MILLS' Drugstore.
Of every price, of all shapes,
jrjjAMKs Monkok will attend to the collection ol
claims in central Kentucky: also,Lu the nivesligalioii ol
Lilies to land in Keuluek), on beliall ol
LAprit 9, ldob If.
For Cloth, Velvet and Bonnet purposes, at
ATTOKA K Vs AT L A
beautiful assortment, at
niA9. s. waller,
'id Street, St. Paul, Minnesota.
DR. MILLS' DRUG STORE.
to 3li per cent
17TLL loan inonev lor capitalists at
real estate worth double the loan, (.Minnesota has no usury law) and make investments in city or
POMADES FOR THE HAIR
country property to the best advantage.
Of every sUle and price at
The best Kentucky refereucesgiveu if required. CorDr. MILLS' Drugstore.
Jan. 7, lj" ly.
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Our terms for advertising, either in the Tri
Weeklv or Weeklv Commonwealth, will be as
the co.ru held in Frankfort, and
liberal 'as in any oi' the newspapers published in W ILLthe udioliiintr,allcounties. He will attend particuin
larly to the collection ol debts in any part of the Slate.
O All letters upon business should be post- All business colluded to him will meet with prompt
paid to insure attention.
Eunice on St. Clair streetin the now building
Real Estate Broker,
A. G. HODGES,
IN If you want
have set my hand, the day
THO. S. PAGE, Auditor.
H.NGAI K, Agrnl,
Just received andforsaleby
W. A. GAINES.
xcellenl GIN call at
GEO. A. KOliEKTSO.N'S,