Will bo published every Monday,
John L. Scott.
zm zm, zimnmm
Office, adjoining Yromnn BvildinpTl':
AND LADIES FURS,
At FOUR DOLLARS PF.U ANNUM, payable
heretofore occvpicd by John L. SrnU.
4J9 Mai ii Street, between Fourth and Fifth, TUDGE JAMES SIMTSON AND JOHN L.
SCOTT will hereafter practice law in partnerThe Wkfii.y CoinNTKi.tn, a lanre mamship in the Court of Appeals and Federal Court at
moth sheet, i published everv Tuesday morning at
Frankfort. Judge Simpson would respectfully
TWO DOLLARS PER ANN CM, in advance.
refer to all persons who have known him. cither
Our terms for advertising, either in the
at the Bar or as Circuit Judge in early life, or
or Weekly Commonwealth, will ho as libmore recently ns Judge of the Court of Appeals of
eral as in any of the nowspapcrs published in the
would refer to tho perKentucky. John L.
JAMES B. ri.AV.
THOS. B. MONKOK, JR.
sons heretofore referred to by him in his published
gST All letter upon business should be pot-jai- !
to insure attention:
All business in th Court of Appeals and Fedpractice law in the United States, Cir-- f eral Court entrusted to this firm will receive faithA VTIL-cuit and District Courts held at Frankfort, ful and
and the Court of Appenls of Kentucky.
Scott resides in Frankfort, and maybe
confided to them will receive prompt atten- found at
all times at his office adjoining tho Yeotion.
man Printing Office
Address Tho?. 15. Monroe, Secretary of State,
Frankfort, or Clay Jr Monroe, office Short street,
Everybody wants to make out their bill:, and
THOS. B. moxroi:, JR.,
SOUTH SIDE MAIN STREET,
everybody can save a vast amount of labor by Has been engaged to attend to the unfinished professional business of the late lion. Ben. Monroe,
addressed to him at Frankfort Opposite Gray
will receive prompt attention.
HAS just received his large and extensive stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Consisting of Cloths. Cawimerrs, and Vetinj, of
the best quality, and of the last styles and patATTORNEY AT LAW,
terns. He also has on hand a large assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Law in the Court of Appeal, And everything necessary for furnishing a gentlePRACTICES
and Franklin Circuit Court. man's entire wardrobe.
Any business confided to him shall be faithfully
p53 All work warranted to be as well done, and
and promptly attended to. His office is on St. in as good style, as at any other establishment in
Clair street, near the Branch Bank of Kentucky, the Western country.
where ho may generally be found.
Fit no Sale.-SB- S
Frankfort, Jan. 12, 1859-t- f.
Frankfort, Oct. 5, 1860-t- f.
A. G. HODGES & COMPANY,
Turn out that clas of Trailing in the highest style
of the art, and at the-
CHAELE3 F. CRADDOCK.
STRAUSS would respectfully inform the
citizens of Frankfort wnd the surrounding
country that he has opened a Clothing Store in the
room on St. Clair street lately occupied by Mr. O.
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
on St. Clair street, next door south of W. Doxon.
Bank of Kentucky.
He has just received an entirely NEW AXD
Will practice law in copartnership in all tho COMPLETE STOCK OF WINTER CLOTHING,
August 8. 1800.
Courts holden in tho city of Frankfort, and in the HEAVY OVERCOATS, 5 EURO CLOTHING,
te. lie has also a general assortment of GenLAW BOOKS AND BLANKS. Circuit Courts f. tho adjoining counties
Jan. 5, 1858-ltlemen's Clothing and Furnishing Goods, Boys
and Youth's Clothing, Hats, Caps, Trunks, &c.
He can furnish gentlemen with fine business
AT COMMONWEALTH OFFICE.
and dress suits of superior quality, and made in
the best style, cheap for cash,
T'Those who wish cheap Clothing are invited
to call and examine his stock.
O'Vtce on St. Clair Street under the Bindery.
MONROE A-- HARLAN'S DIGEST OF THE DEMn. C. X. JOHNSTON, who is well known
CISIONS OF THE COURT OF APPEALS.
in this community as a Tailor, is employed as
V. T. CHAMBERS.
00 J. W. Ft NNELL.
salesman in this establishment, where he will be
REVISED STATUTES OF KENTUCKY,
pleased to see his friends. He will attend to Cut& CHAMBERS,
ting clothes as usual.
DEBATES OF Til 23 CONVENTION,
I vol. Price .
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
GUIDE TO JUSTICES, CLERKS, SHERIFFS,
Ac, by John O. Ubbxdos,
THE GENERAL ACTS of Session 1855-1 01)
Pamphlet form. Price
LOUGHBOROUGH'S DIGEST OF THE STAT6,,
AT TO It NE YS AT L
Went Side Scott St.
Greenwood Female Seminary,
February 22, 1860-t- f.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW;
BLANKS FOR COUNTY COURT JUDGES of
Price 50 cts. per quire.
WARRANTS AND EXJUSTICES' BLANKS
Price 50 ets. per quire.
SALE NOTICES, REPLEVIN
Price 50 cts. per quire.
SHERIFF'S REPLEVIN BONDS.
Prie 50 ets per quire.
Law in all the Courts held in
1RACTICES and the adjoining counties.
on St. Clair street, four doors from the Bridge.
AT TOR NE Y AT LA
CIRCUIT CLERK'S EXECUTIONS.
RACTICE3 in all the Courts held in FrankPriuC
ets. per quire.
13 fort, and in Oldham, Henry, Trimble and
BLANK CHECKS, on Branch Bank of Kentucky, Owen counties. Office on St. Clair street, near
;H Frankfort, and Farmers Bank of Kentucky.
Oct. 28, 1853.
the Court House.
Price 75 ets.. perquire
BLANK DEE US. Price si per quires.
Orders from a distance for any of the above
mimed Books or Blanks will be promptly attended to when accompanied by the Cash; and if desired to be forwarded by mail, the postage will
upon the condition that it be refunded by
the person ordering the article to be sent by mail.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
J. II. KINKEAD,
XJRACTICES in the Circuit and other Courts of
Daviess, and the Circuit Courts of tho adjoining counties.
: Ollieo up stairs in the Gallatin Sun Office.
We are prepared to execute all kinds of
and Job Work,
In tho neatest and host style, on short notice, and
as low as any olbco will do aiinilar work.
his professional services to the citizens of the town and vicinity.
SSOttieo on Main street, in Mansion House,
Printed in the very best and neatest manner, and 2nd door from coi ner.
Aug' 29, 1860-t- f.
on moderate terms.
ItOUi. J. lllf K KI.MUDUK,
Attorney and Counsellor
Clerks, Sheriffs, and all other kinds of Blanks,
printed on short notice and moderate term?.
and Stereotype Foundry,
Vine Street, between 4th
NEWS, BOOK AND JOB TYPE,
Printing Presses, Cases, (.alleys, &c,
Inks and Printing Material of every Description.
kinds B"k, Music, Potent Medicine
rections, Jobs, Wood Cuts,
Brand and Pattern Letters of Various Htyleh.
ELE CTR O TYPING
In all its Branches.
Corner St. Clair and Main Streets,
Entrant? on St. Clair, opposite the
of this School will
nj January, 1861.
Board, including ftiel and lights
Tuition in primary class
" middle and senior classes
French, Latin, Drawing, and Painting in
water fdor.?, Aeh
Oriental, Grecian, and Antique Painting,
Music on Piano
Use of instrument for practice
Instructions in Plain and Ornamental Needlework without charge. X deduction for voluntary
For further information address the Principal.
nwreTt a u r ant.
CHARLES M. HAWKINS,
t'oravr St. Clair Street and Broadway,
(formerly kllih' RKSTAUKAXT.)
this establishment, I am
HAVING purchased first class RESTAURANT
to keep a
in all its departments. My Larderwill be regularGame
ly and constantly supplied with Oysters.
of every description in season. Fish, Arc, with
all the seasonable delicacies, the most epicuriau
taste can demand, served up in a style not to be
surpnssed in any eating house in this country.
My BAR will contain tho best and purest
Wines and Liquors, tfcc, and nry aim will bo to
keep this House in such style as to merit tho patronage of all lovers of qood eating and drinking.
CHAS. M. HAWKINS.
"Ttf7"mCII has existed for many years past be-- f
f tween the undersigned and C. G. Graham,
under the style of " C. G. Graham' in the Livery
Stable on Ann street, in Frankfort, and in other
property, real and personal, having been dissolved
by tho death of Mr. Graham, I hereby give notice
to all concerned, that as surviving partner I will
close the unsettled business of said lato firm. All
BY E. G. HAMBLETON, M. L.
persons indebted to it are requested to make imoperations on the Teeth. will be directed mediate payment, so that I may be enabled to
a scientific knowledge,
both of Surgery pav tho outstanding debts against it.
ami Medicine, this being the only safe guide to
THO. S. PAGE.
Frankfort, decH tf,
From tbi.H he is enabled to
operate with far less pain to the patient void of
CAUTION TO DEBTORS.
danger. All work warranted; the workmanship
will show for itself. Calls will bo thankfully
TROM information received since the death of
I niy late partner, C. O. Graham, I believe
;jT- f- Office at his residence on Main street.
there are numerous outstanding debts due to the
kfFranort, May 27, 1S5.L
late firm, for which notes were given payable to
" C. G. Graham " (which was the style of the firm),
but which have not come into my possession as
JOHN P. MORTON & CO.,
surviving partner. I therefore warn all persons
thus indebted not to make payment to any person
lUOCKiS.iGlt TO HOKTON
than myself or my authorized agent. If
Bookseller, Stationers, Bindtrt, and Book and Job other dn, they will act in their wrong, and may be
Printers, Main Street, Louitivillc, Ky.f
compelled to pay again to the surviving partner,
B li AVE constantly on hund a complete assort-who alone is authorized to collect said debts.
ment of Law, Medical, Theological, ClassiTHO.S. PAGE.
cal, Sehool, and Miscellaneous Books, at low prices.
Paper of every description, quality, and
,TJ" OFFICE on Short street between
L stone and Upper streets.
HARDIN'S GALLERY OF ART,
TRAYNE RUNY AN', Pkinci-
commenco on Mondoy, the
T. N. & D. W. LINDSEY,
"ft 1 US. MARY
"Collegc. Schools, and Private Libraries
supplied at a small advance nn cost, Whole mU or
July 13, 18o0-b- y.
rank To it, Kentucky.
opened a Gallery, tho undersigned CITY BARBER,
respectfully informs the citiens of Frankfort
Rooms under Commonwealth Office.
and vicinity, that he is prepared to take pictures
F you want your Hair Trimmed, Face Shaved,
in tho best style. Having a superior Camera, he
your Head bhampooncd, go to
who m;iy favor him
thinks he can plcne tho-:H. SAJll EL'S BARBER SHOP.
with their patronage.
Feb. 8, 1S60.
M ELAINEOT YPES, PHOTOAMBROTYPES,
COVE MILL FOR SALE.
of sizes and in eases to suit the tastes of all,
i miles North of Frankfor, on
taken in the highest style of the ai t, and on modeSITUATED turnpike road. For particulars'
R. C. STEELE.
X-.tie in ues uiose wno win to get their apply to
likenesses taken, to call and see specimens of his
Satisfaction will be given or no rharge
W. H. H. HARDIN.
Telegraph Office Removed.
city has been re-TJHE Telegraph Freight iu this of the Louisville, J
moved to the
HOT AND COLD BATHS
Lexington Railroad depot. All
persons having business with the office will pleaso
1 0 bo had, day and night, at
T. C. KITE,
notice this change.
SAMLflS BARBER SHOP.
Feb. S, 1SG0.
. jnnT tf.
Kentucky River Coal.
just received a fresh supply of the
RIVER COAL ; also a
large lot of CAN N EL, Pittsburg, Youghiogheny,
and Pomeroy, which I will sell at the lowest
market priee. All orders will be promptly filled
for any point on the railroad or city, by applying
to me bv mail, or at mv Coal Yard in Frankfort.
MARCH 21. 1861
YOU WANT WHISKERS
EO DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
Curt! Coughs, Cold, HoarenS9. In
fluenzu, any Irritation or Sorencast of
tnc 1 nroat,
itclttvc thv Hacking
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
Cough in CotWumjttioii, Bronchitin,
Athnia, and Catarrh, Clear and givt
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
irrriifflft fo the potcrr of
Bclliiixham's celebrated StimulHtins:
PUBLIC SPEAKERS AND SINGERS.
the Whiskers aud Hair.
Few are aware of tho importance of checking a
The subscribers take pleasure in announcing to Cough or "Common Cold" in its first stage; that
the citizens of tho United States, that they have which in the beginning would yield to a mild
obtained the Agency for, and are now enabled to remedy, it neglected, soon attacks the Lungs
offer to the American public, the above justly cel" Brown' Bronchial Twchetr," containing demul
cent ingredients, allay Pulmonary and Bronchial
THE STIMULATING ONGUENT
is prepared by Dr. C. P. Bellingham, an eminent
"That trouble in my Throat (for
physician of London, and warranted to bring out BROWN'S
which the 'Troche' are a specific),
a thick sot of
having made me often a mere whisWHISKERS OR A MUSTACHE
N. P. Willis.
in from three to six weeks. This article is the
" I recommend their use to Pub- only one of the kind used by tho French, and in
Rev. E. H. Chapin.
London and Paris it is in universal use.
"Great service in siibduinghoarse-TROCHE- S
It is a beautiful, economical, soothing, yet stimRev. Daniel Wise.
ulating compound, acting as if by magic upon the
"Almost instant relief in the dis
roots, causing a beautiful growth of luxuriant
tressing labor of breathing peculiar
hair. If applied to the scalp, it will cure baldness BROWN'S
and cause to spring up. in p!ao of the bald spots
Rev. A. C. Eoglestos.
a fine growth of new hair. Applied according to TROCHES
" Contain no Opium or anything
directions, it will turn red or towy hair dark, and
Dr. A. A. Hays,
rostor gray hair to its original color, leaving it
The "Onguont" is an BROWN'S
soft, smooth, and flexible.
"A simple and pleasant combinaindispensable articlo in every gentleman's toilet,
tion for Coughs, Are."
and alter one week's use they would not for any TROCHES
Dr. G. F.. Bigklow, Button.
consideration be without it.
"Beneficial in Bronchitis."
The subscribers are the only Agents for the arEROWN'S
Dr. J. F. W. Lane, Bonton.
ticle in the United Stutos, to whom all orders must
"I have proved them excellent for
TROCHES Whooping Cough."
Price One Dollar a box for sale by all DrugRev. H. W. Warren, Bonton.
gists' and Dealers: or ft box of the "Onguent" BROWN'S
"Beneficial when compelled to
(warranted to have the desired etfect) will bo sent
speak, suffering from Cold."
to any who desire it, by mail (direct,) securely
Ri:v. S. J. P. Anderson,
packed, on receipt of price and postage, $1 18. TROCHES
Applv to. or address.
" Effectual in removing Hoarse& CO.,
HORACE L. HEGEMAN
ness and Irritation of the Throat,
with Speakers and Singfeb22-6- m.
24 William St., New York.
TROCHES so common M. Stacy Johnson,
LaOranye, Ga.t Teacher of Music,
CHOICE FLOWER SEEDS BV MAIL
Southern Female College.
POSTAGE PAID, BY
"Great benefit when taken before
is hereby given that we will rigidly
the law against all persons who trespass on our lands by passing through the same,
leaving down our fences, pillaging our crops and
fruit, cutting trees or hunting and fishing on our
Franklin county, August 13, 1800.
"cigars and tobaccoTTHE
WE HAVE ON HAND
best assortment of CIGARS and TOBACCO ever
brought to this city. A box of fine cigars makes
a handsome Christinas or New Year's gift. Call
GRAY fc TODD'S.
and get them at dec-2-
Practical Treatise for the use of
Justices of the Peace, Constables.
Sheriffs, Jailers, and Coroners
NEW WORK, WHICH
prepared with unusual diligeno
care by tho author, is intended to be a complete
and perfect guide, to Justices of the Peaoe, and
tho other offieurs named above, in the discharge of
their rospootive duties under tho laws of the state.
Its arrangement is such, that while it presents to
the officer a full viow of the law which he may be
called upon to enforce, whether oivil or criminal,
it affords him such complete and accurate instructions as to the practical manner of discharging
his duties, iu each particular case, that it will be
almost impossible for the least informed among
them to go astray.
Every necessary form which a justice of the
peace, or other officer may require in the cour.e
of bis official duties, will be found in its appropriate place in the work; and the instructions are
so full, perspicuous and clear, that it will be found
an invaluable official companion to tho9e for whom
the treatise is intended, and a highly useful work
to the legal profession, and all others, having business with those officers. The author has spared
no labor to make it just such a work as is now
most needed by the class of officers whose datie9
are so fully and clearly explained, and his well
TROCHES and after preaching, a they pre-- I known accuracy and success will commend it to
From their past the hearty patronage of all persons in Kentucky
VERSAILLES, AVOODFOKD COUNTY, KY.
BROWN'S effect, I think they will be of per-- i concerned in the administration of the law.
IMPORTED FLOWER SEEDS.
manent advantage to me.
The work contains six hundred and fifty octavo
246" A ST Kit , a fine collection in 21 var
Rev. E. Bkowlky, A. M.,
in 16 var.
President of Athens College, Tenn. pages, is printed on fine paper, and with large,
globe in 12 var
elear type, and bound in the very best style.
bv all Druggists at TWENTY-FIV- E
pyramidal 12 var
Priee, $4 Oil.
8. C. BULL,
" now dwarf Boquet, 10 var. 1 00 CENTS A BOX.
French pa?oney flowering
The Thoroughbred Young Horse.
very fine and beautiful
262 Stock, German collection of 36 var
of 24 var
of 12 var
THE winner of seven first prize? in
' Autumn flowering
the rings for thoroughbred horses, at
the Lexington, Louisville, Shelby vine, and Emi267 Anthirrhinura, very choice collection,
nence Fairs two of them being State Fairs will Stanton's Revised Statutes
be permitted to serve mares at S16 the season, with
267 Balsam French Camelia, 10 var
the privilege of returning the next year a mare $10
268 Caranation, 12 very fine var
not proving to be in foal.
269 Digitalis, S very fine var
The blood of Japhet is of the most distinguished
2f,0 Hollyhocks, Paulsbert, in 12 var
1 vol., $5.
strain, uniting from his immediate ancestors the Stanton's Code Practice
261 Larkspur, Dwarf Rocket, 8 var
blood of Sir Archie, Medoc, Imported Bodford,
Considerable experience in selecting, en- Diomede,
and Medloy, and tracing through both
ables us to make up collections which are invari- sire
and dam to the best blood of England, and
ably satisfactory to purchasers; and our unusually having in afew lines of descent 17 distinct crosses Volume 2 Metcalfe Reports,
full assortment the present season, embracing eveof the celebrated Godolphin Arabian.
ry desirable novelty and standard sorts, either
For particulars see bills and apply to the subOne complete set of Kentucky
raised here or imported from the most reliable scriber, six miles from Frankfort, on the GeorgeFloral Seed growers in Europe, insures assort- town pike.
WILLIAM J. LEWIS.
Reports will be sold cheap for cash.
ments of the rarer sorts nnd finest qualities, all
of the growth of the pat season,
;,t"Send for a Catalogue.
The Qreat Premium Jack.
The complete Acts of the LegisA. BORNEM AN,
Seedman and Florist.
lature, session 1859 GO.
(Formerly the Property of J. H. Sheffer,)
GROCERIES ! !
'ILL make the present season at my farm,
Members of the Legislature, and
E HAVE NOW
f f five miles from Lexington, on the Winchester and Lexington Turnpike, adjoining the farm
of Dr. Nicholas Warfield, and will serve Jennets person's visiting the Capital, can ob8 hhds. choice N. 0. Sugar;
at THIRTY DOLLARS the Season, the money to
12 bbls. D. R. crushed Sugar;
be paid when the jennet is romoved, or
8 bbls. powdered Sugar;
tain the above works by calling
the insurance, to be paid when the
6 bbls. granulated Sugar;
jennet is known to be in foal or parted with. Jen10 bbls. preserving Sugar;
my store, or by addressing me by
nets bred by the insurance and losing their foal,
6 bbls. Molasses;
may be bred, back next year free of charge, grain
6 half bbls. Molasses;
S. C. BULL,
and grass excepted. Grass will be furnished two mail.
6 kegs, 10 gallons, golden Syrup;
months free of charge, and after that time $1 50
3 bbls. golden Syrup;
per month will be charged. And the will be
j bbls. No. 3 large Mackerel;
grain fed if desired, on the usual terms. I have
l half bbls. Mackerel;
two hundred and seventy-fiv- e
acres of as fine
10 kitts Mackerel;
grass as is to be found in Kentucky, and conven1 bbl. Pickled Salmon;
ient lots to feed And foal in, and every care will
20 bags choice Rio Coffee;
bo taken of jonnots, and their oolls, tent to this
10 bags Old Government Java Coffee;
Jack, but no responsibility for accidents and esi0 boxes Star Candles;
capes, should they occur. The season has com18 bo?;es Tallow Candles;
menced, and will expire tho 1st of December.
20 boxes No. 1 Family Soap;
TUSCAROR'A is so well known as a Jack of
10 boxes Oerman Soap:
unsurpassed merit, that I deem a lengthy descrip20 bushels dried Peaches:
tion of him unnecessary. It is confidently be20 bushels dried Apples:
lieved that he is the best aged Ja-in Kentucky,
4 bbls Sweet Potatoes;
and this has been fully tested in the different rings
2'j bbls. Neshanoc Potatoes;
of the Agricultural Fairs of the State before the
4 bills, small Navy Beans;
best judges. He has taken premiums at all the
10 boxes Pearl Smirch;
Fairs, viz: at Lexington, Paris, Winchester, the
6 hull' chests of U. P. and Black Teas;
Together with a general assortment of groceries, State Fair, and has from a colt up been beaten but
His blood, size, form, and appearance,
which we are now selling low for eash.
A large supply of the above well known seed
eminently place him at the head of all animals of
GRAY Si TODD.
S. C. B t LL .
his class in the United States.
just received at
partnership heretofore existing between
undersigned under the firm of KEEN'N
A CRUTCHER, was dissolved on the 13th inst.,
by mutual consent.
All persons indebted to the firm, previous to the
of January, 1801, are requested to come forward and pay up immediately, as the business of
the lute firm
ment of the business.
is charged with the settlefeb27 wAtwlm
E. GIBBONS having purchased the interest
of John N. Crutchcr in the firm of Keenon
Jt Ci uteher, the undersigned will continue the business at the old stand on Main street.
J. L. GIBBONS.
Notice t6 Trespassers.
the undersigned, forbid hunting, shoot-- T
ing game, and cutting trees upon our
The law will be enforced against all
who do so.
S. E. Scofield,
Win. T Reading,
Jcptha D. Parrent,
Dr. J. R. Hawkins,
A. 13. Read,
Fkaxklin Cointv, February 1st, 1861.
First of the Season ?
Spring Stylos Ulnck and
ored Soft Hats
entirelv new, very neat, light, nnd genma'r4
KEENON A GIBBONS.
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS.
SCHOOL FOE BOYS.
RS. MARY WILLIS TODD has opened a
l.,-J , ; tl,p Mansion House, on
1 M. scuuo, 1U1
Main street.. Having baa several yers experience in teaching, she feels confident of giving sat-
isfaction to nil who may send in her. She teaches
Spelling. Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar, and Latin commenced.
Teiiu, per 8elon of Twenty W eeki,
,t I UU
POUNDS LIVE GEESE FEATH- Furniture will be
ERS.. for wuil-'at cash prices.
A. O. CAMMACK.
years old the 20th of June
last,y 16 hands high, a beautiful black; mealy
nose, is in fine health, with more smooth, good
action than any large jack I have ever seen.
He was sired by Mammoth Warrior, (the Rob
Smith Jaek,) Mammoth Warrior was by Young &
Everett's imported Mammoth, and out of a Warrior jennet. Tuscarora's dam, Isabella, was by
Tippecanoe, gr. dam by Mohican, (a jack purchased
in New York by Samuel Shannon, Esq., and
brought to Kentucky,) a descendant of the Royal
Gift; gr.gr. dam bv Achilles, ho imported by the
ISAAC O. ROBINSON.
Hon. Henry Clay.
Fayetto county, marll w&twlra
Can be found at all times, at S.
C. Bull's, a general assortment of the
very best make of
The Premium Jack,
WILL MAKE THE PRESENT SEASON AT
the stablos of Mrs. E. Nash, 4 miles south of
Versailles, on the turnpike to McColm's Ferry, 6
miles from said ferry, at THIRTY DOLLARS to
insure a colt. Persons wishing a conditional insurance for Jack or Jennet colt, can, by the addition of SfiO in the former or the deduction of $o
Persons not stipin the latter, be accommodated.
ulating the terms at the time of sending their
charged the insurance price,
jennets, will' be
"jennets losing their colts before foaling time, can
be bred next season free of charge.
be pastured gratis, or grain fed on reasonable
He has proven himself a sure foal getter, and
his colts are not surpassed by any Jack's colts in
the country. He has formerly stood at $40, but
owing to the hard times is reduced thus low.
Description and Pedigree.
SHAKSPEARE will bo 5 years old next June,
is jet black, with mealy nose, is full 16 hands
high, with superior bone, style, and action. He
has taken four or five first premiums at the different fairs.
He was sired by the celebrated Compromise, and
out of a Mammoth Jennet; his granddam by Jack
Downing; gr. gr. dam by Mountain Leader, out
of an imported jennet.
JNO. D. NASH.
Woodford county, mar 15 w&tw3ui
Both with and without heels.
Boots and Shoes.
Fishing Tackle and rocket Cutlery.
HALL & HARRIS keep the United
Slates, formerly the Owen'l Hotel.
ou go to LouisvillesTOPTHERK
The very best assortment to bo bad in the city,
and many articles in the way of fancy goods,
too numerous to mention, all of whioh wilU be
sold at the lowest rates for cash, or to prompt buy
ers on time.
S. C. BULL,
St. Clair Street, Frankfort.