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rm DAILY K FlUNKFORT, VOL. tU J. COMJIOSWEALIH WILL BE PUBLISHED EVERT MONDAY, NESDAT, AND FRIDAY, STATE PRINTER, At THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM, paya ble in advance. The Weeklv Commonwealth, a large mam Attorney at Law & Real Estate Broker, ASSORTMENT SPLENDID A Formerly of Kentucky.) WED A. G. HODGES, By McCLUNG. W. BK OBTAINED TOOTH moth slieet is published every Tuesday morn BRUSHES, MORRIS, A beautiful assortment, at to. JJ . ing at TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, in ad Urujj Store. vance. Attorney and Counselor at Law, Our terms for advertising, either in the Tri COMBS FRANKFORT, KY., Weekly or Weekly Commonwealth, will be as every description and material, at Dr. MILLS' Drug Store. liberal as in any ol the newspapers published in ITflLL practice in all the courts held in Frankfort, and VV in the adjoining counties. He will attend particuwest. the larly to the collection of debts in any part of the State. HAIR BRUSHES. O" All letters upon business should be post All business confided to him will meet with prompt The largest variety in Frankfort, at paid to insure attention. attention. Dr. MILLS' Drugstore. JQOtlice on St. Clair streetin the new building next aoor to the branch Bank oi tveutucky, over u AND BLANKS, LAW BOOKS FOR SAL B AT COMMONWEALTH OFFICE. BOOKS. MON KOE & HA KLAN'S DIGEST OP THE DECISIONS OF THE COURT OK APPEALS, 1S 00 2 vols. Price, KENTUCKY CODES OF PRACTICE, 3 50 1 vol. Price, REVISED STATUTES OF KENTUCKY, 3 00 1 vol. Price, DEBATES OF THE CONVENTION, 3 00 1 vol. Price, GUIDE TO JUSTICES, CLERKS. SHERIFFS, .Sec, by John C. Hkrndon, 1 00 vol. Price, ACTS OF THE LEGISLATURE OF K.Y. 3 UU Suasion 18.55 and 18502 vols. Price THE GENERAL ACTS of Session 1835 and 1H56 in PnainpWet form. Price THE GENERAL ACTS of Session 1853 and 1854 150 bound in Leather. Price B. MONROE'S REPORTS The 15th, loth & 17th vols, Monroe's ReporLs. $5 per volume. of lieu. LOUGHBOROUGH'S DIGEST OF THE STATUTES, 1 vol. S 00 Price, HON. GEO. ROBERTSON'S SPEECH "The American Party, its Principles, its Objects, and its Hopes." Pamphlet. Price 10 eta. HON. GARRETT DAVIS' SPEECHES. Pamphlet. Price 5 cts. .100 AJK S BL BENJAMIN MONROE JAMES MONROE. FRANKFORT, For Cloth, Velvet and Bonnet purposes, at VV Dr. MILLS' , claims in uliestoland and otiiers. Dr. MILLS' in the Court in the WILL practice Law Court, and all of Appeals' Courts Circuit other Slate held in Frankfort, aud wilt attend to the collection of Debts for in any partof the State. Always at home, ever) communication will have his attention on the same day received, aud will be prompt ly answered, aud thushis clieuts kept alguys advised ol theiratfairs. And having determined to have all his Uriels aud arguments in tne court or Appeals primeu, and copies furnished to his clients and counsel in the lower courts, all concerned will be fully informed how his duly has been performed. He will, as Commissioner of Deeds, take the acknowledgments of Deeds, and other writings to be used or recorded inolhorStates; and, as Commissioner under the actol Congress, attend to the taking of depositions, affidavits, &c. jJOulce, "Old Bank," opposite the Mansion House Franktort,Nov. 19, 185b bv. JOHN W.riNMKLL WALL. WALL ATTORNEYS AT LAW, COVINGTON, KY. Offiuk, Third Stb.het, Opposite South end City Hall. W. k F. practice in the Courts of Kenton, Campbell, Grant, Boone, and Nicholas, and the Court of Appeals, May 5, lttW tf. at Frankfort. Price 60 cts per quire. SHERIFF'S REPLEVIN BONDS. Price 60 oU per quire. CIRCUIT CLERK'S EXECUTIONS. Price 60 cts per quire, BLANK CHECKS, on Branch Bank of Kentucky, a Frankfort, aud Farmers' Bank of Kentucky. Price $1 per quire. BLANK DEEDS. Price $1 per quire. the above from a for any JJOrdors or Blanksdistance promptly ofattended to will be named Books when accompanied by the Cash; and if desired to be upon the d lorwarded by mail, thepostage will be condition that it be refunded by the person ordering the article to be sent by mail. JOHN M. HARLAN. HIMSELF ST. LOUIS, MO. Missouri and Illinois COLLECTIONS in all parts of remittances made, correspond- ence solicited, and information cheerfully given. ' REFERS, BY PERMISSION, TO Thkop. Parsons. L. L. D., Professor of Law, Cambridge, Mass, Kknn&rd & Brother, Merchants, St. Louts. Crow, McCrekry & Co., Merchants, St. Louis. Hon. Jno- - F. Kyla.no, Judge Supreme Court of Mo. Haywood, Crow & Co., Merchants, St. Louis. BucKNKK, Hall & Co., Merchants y Cincinnati, Ohio. Sept. 9, 1857 ly. A.M. FRANKLIN GORIN. GORIN & OAZLAV. GAZLAY, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, LOUISVILLE, ' REFERENCES. M W. H. M'HENRY. 'HENRY. M. D. & W. H. M'HENRY, AND LAND AGENTS, DES MOINES, IOWA, ATTORNEYS to practice in the various Courts of Polk PROPOSE in the Supreme Court of Iowa, and the United States District Court. They have also established a General Agency for the transaction of all manner of business connected with Land Titles. They will enter Lands, investigate Titles, buy and sell Lands, and invest money on the best terms and on the best securities. They will enter Lands in Kansas and Nebraska Terri tories, if an amount sufficient to justify a visit to that country is offered. The Senior partner having been engaged oxtensively the Courts of Kentucky for in the business of thelaw-inearly thirty years, and the Junior having been engaged In the Land Business in Iowa for eight years past, during which time he has made actual survey of a large portion of Polk and adjoining counties, they feel confident they will be able to render a satisfactory account ol all business entrusted to them They will enter Land with Land Warrants or Money, upon actual inspection of the premises, and will buy aud ell Lands on Commission, upon a careful investigation of Titles. Persons wishing to settle in the State can find desirable farms and city property for sale, by calling on them at their office in Sherman's Building, corner of Third street and Court Avenue, Des Moines, Iowa. March 11, 1857 If. GEORGE W. CRADDOCK, ATTORNEY AT FRANKFORT, LAAV, KY. St. Clair street, to East OFFICE removed Office. side of Will practice Law in all Telegraph the Courts held in Frankfort, and adjoiningcounties. Dec. 7, 1&0 tf. REFER TO Hon. J. J. Crittenden, i Frankfort, Ky. Gov. L. W. Fowell, J Hon. James Harlan, Taylor, Turner ot Co., hankers, Lexington, Ky. G. H. Monsarrat & Co., Bankers, Louisville, Ky. W. Tanner, Louisville, Ky. July 23, W53 by. UOtt'T J. BRECKINRIDGE, Attorney and Counselor at Law, LEXINGTON, KY. yoFFlCE Partners in the PRACTICE OF LAW, to all business to them in the WILL attendAppeals, Federalconfidedand other Courts Court, of which hold their sessions at Frankfort, Ky. One or both may always be found at theiroftlce, to give counsel or transact nusiness. t ranKiort,Jan. b, 1H52 by. r HAMS, SIDES AND SHOULDERS, In AiA store and for sale bv April 1, 1857. W. A. GAINES. LBS. May 23, 1856 J. H. KINKEAD, MISSOURI. GALLATIN, T ties. ILL practice in the Circuit aud other Courts of Da-Vviess, aud the Circuit Courts of the adjoining coun- jjOfflce up stair, in the Gallatin Sun Office. May ti, 1857 u. A. MARSHALL THOMAS removed to Frankfort and resumed the HAVING- Law, will attend punctually to such cases as may be entrusted to him in the Court of Appeals ol Ken tucky, and to such engagements as he may make in other Courtsconveniently accessible. He willalsogive opinions and advice in writing, upon cases stated in writing, or on records presented to uim. no win promptly attend to all communications relating; to the business abovedescribed,aud may at all tunes, except when absent on business, be found in Frankfort. March 30, 1857-t- f. JOSHUA TEVIS, Counselor and Attorney at Law, LOUISVILLE, KY. 1NEAU SIXTH STKKET. OFFICK COUKT-PLACResidence Kast de .Sixth, near Broadway. June 8, ldS7 ly. FRANK UEDFORD, Attorney at Law, VERSAILLES, KENTUCKY. Dec. I, 1856 tf. T. N. LINDSEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Frankfort, Ky., IT1LL practice Law in all the Courts held in Frankfort VV and the adjoining counties. His Oltice is at his resi dence, near P.Uwigert's, entrance on Washington street. Krauitiort, f eb. yo, iti4y, ai-- u. MORTON & GR1SW0LD. Booksellers, Stationers, Binders, and Book and Job 1' rimers, Alain street, JLouisville , Ky. , For sale in any quantity, either in bottles, suitable for the toilet, or otherwise, at Dr. MILLS' Drug Store. handkerchTef extracts. The genuine Lubin's as well as a variety other's of make, in new styles, and atall prices, at Dr. MILLS'Drug Store. EVERYTHING Inthelineof Fancy and Toilet articles, that either Ladies or Gentlemen can desire, at Dr. MILLS' Drug Store. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. handsome selection will be opened in due time for theapproacning holidays, at Dr. MILLS' Drug Store A Glasgow, Ky., December 23, 1857. Dear Sir: Having disposed of our Printing Office in ElizabethtowQ, Ivy., and removed to Glasgow with tlio view of permanently locating we purpose commencing the publication of a newspaper sometime during the month of February, to be entitled "THE GLASGOW FREE PRESS." it will be duvoied to General Literature, Politics, Agriculture, the Arts and Sciences, Sews, and especially to the promotion and advancement of the local and general interests of the town aud county, and those adjacent. No pains or exertion on our part will be intermitted to secure due consideration for all local enterprises, that may be calculated to advance the general weal of the community. r An earuesteffort will be made to render it a valuable family newspaper, acceptable to all parties, combining a variety of interesting and instructive subjects in its columns. Havinghad considerable experience in the business, and being practically familiar with its mechanical duties, we indulge the hope that we shall be enabled to subserve to some extent, the interests to which the "Freb Press" will be dedicated. American Politics at the present time, may be said very justly, to be in a chrysalis stale. Wo do not do sign, in this Prospectus, to enter the domain of speculation. It is not necessary to the present purpose, or to define our political position. This may be deiined very briefly. We are conscientiously opposed to Hie practices and the precepts of Modern Democracy. We regard tke Democratic party, as now constituted, essen tially an alien party; and consider its aims and purposes, as avowed by its organs, practiced by it-- - leaders, and developed in the present administration, pregnant with evil to the Union, in violation ol" the plain injunc-tionsthe early fathers, and disastrous to American Wo recognize in the ".address of the Nationality. American Party," promulgated at the Louisville Con vention, a political creed, eminently national, eminently conservative, and peculiarly adapted to present exi gencies. Wo believe that iu the fundamental princi ples ol mat organization may oe lounuine panacea ior many, if not all the political evils, which have disordered the country and fomented sectional strife, aud which it is now in evident contemplation to aggravate by unwise and imprudent legislation. Whilst we shall aim to be perfectly independent and honest in the expression of our views ot public men and measures, we shall studiously observe courtesy and a proper respect for the opinions ol others, whose convictions may lead them to differ with us. It is the peculiarity and the boast of American institutions, that they secure to each and every one the "free aud uulraminel-e- d expression of his opinions." In no other govern ment is this perlcct treeuoin ot opinion in tne citizen tolerated, or considered compatible with the dignity ol the Slate. Our whole system of government reposes upon this basis. Public opinion is bere at once the sourceand thesupportof power. We cherish an appreciation ol the great privilege, too exalted, to induce us to refuse to others wliat we are prompt to claim lor ourselves. Heuce the columns of the "Free Press" will at all times be open to well written, courteous ar ticles, even tttough they may conflict with our individual opinions. we invoke, in aid our enterprise, tne support ana Datronaereof the citizens of Barren and surrounding counties, aud especially those whose opinions may har monize with tne general viewsnerein ex'presseu. We send you this circular, hoping that you may feel inclined to give us the benefit oi your influence, iu pro curing a list of subscribersin jour locality, by the 1st day of February, lo8. TERM 8 . TheuFRus PresswUI be published weekly, on new and beautiful type, at the following rates', Single copy, one year, (invariably In ad2 OO vance,) 1 60 To club of 10, and upwards, TFr'A ny one procuring a club of Ten subscribers, will an extra copy. receive sivn i jti & ra.tift.tLK, Proprietors. Jan. 28, 1858. PROSPECTUS OF THE "CENTRAL KEHTUCKIAtJ." WALLER. Chicago, 111. 1 858. REAL ESTATE OFFICE STATEMENT Hartford BROKERS, MASONIC TEMPLE, CHICAGO, NO. 56. J. T. BOYLE. Danville, Ky. itc, Hartford, Conn. Si. The Capital Stock ol ihe Company is THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS. 3. The amount of its Capital Stock paid up is THREE HUNDRED THuUSAND DOLLARS. 4. The Assels of the Company are as follows: oil Shares Hartford Eauk Stock, par value iltloo, market value, 3jd Shares Rhoenix Bank stock, ue Aiuo, market value, N. D. SMITH MAN Xj . 16 4- - August ACTURERS OP II O AND PURE SPIRITS, O Z COLOGNE JVos. CO., & JLm 18, West side Second St., bet. Main Sr , Market LOUISVULK, KY. ly. 2fi, 1857 a. w. owm QIO. W. OWIN. GWIN Dealers in STORE IN & OWEN, Hardware H ANNA'S and Cutlery, NEW BUILDING, MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Jan. 30, 1857 tf. felt. Citizens of Lebanon, and of Marion and surrounding counties, to you, of whatever political party orreligious sect, we look for support and the more liberal that is, the larger and more entertaining will be our paper for we are determined, if you will placo iu our hands the means, to make the Central Kentuckian worthy of your patronage. To obtain this, however, we shall not sacrifice independence by pledging- ourselves to any party or sect, yet we shall promise you Neutrality in Nothing. If we are not capable of choosing our subject matter, and of commenting upon all or any topic of public interest, in a manner which shall be at onco courteous and inoffensive, we ought not to come before you as Editors.To be faithful journalists of passing events candid critics ol public acts and successful advocates of Truth, is the hight of our ambition. Tkrms: $1 50inadvance; $2 00 in six months. No deduction made ou clubs. Return the list of names as soon as possible, as we shall issue the first number on Wednesday, the 27th. ODELL & MORSE, Editors and Publishers. Lebanon, Jan. 9, 1838. t (A CASES FRESH PEACHES AND xZi APPLE, in store and for sale by April l, rn lbs. BUSHELS BLUE GRA t)U sale by April 1, 1857. CASES PINE W. A. GAINES. - - $t9,4!)6 00 jar val- - 33,30'8 00 100 .. MILINER1 FALL U'ancy Goods, Mrs. HERRENSMITH STOVES! mi- STOVES!! A V E just received a largo assortment of the boa COOKi.4 fcTOVKS ever brought to the city ol Frankfort, which I can sell as cheap as can be bought in Louisville, forcusli. Give me a cull and see for your-sel- Warp Cnrmfir. y Tin & Sheaf. Trnn v v c in alii Is variousbranches, wholesalp and retail, as cheap as it can be boughtat any other house in the city. Job nyrii exeuuieu wnu ueaiuosB anu uispalcn . r Tin onable terms. a.wl U,knl,; r!nlll-i..- All of those who are in want of Copper, Tin or Sheet Iron Roofing would make it to their interest to give all before going elsewhere. TO3 Don'tforget to come to Old Bank Building, one door fro in the corner Main aud St. Clair streets. H. R. MILLER. June 11, 1806 tf. MERCHANT & SMITH, PLUMBERS AND TINNERS, Shop on St. CTairStreel, Opposite the PostoOlce r FRANKFORT KY ITER Closets, Bath Tubs, Hot and Cold Shower Baths, Wash Trays, Plain and Fancy WashStands, anu every description oi thumbing work put up in the most workmanlike manner. Copper, Tin & Sheet Iron Work, Spout ing and Cxuttering Hotchkiss' Reaction Water Wheels or Grist or Saw Mills. A large assortmentof Patterns for Mill Gearing &c. Castings made attho shortest notice. WM.H. GRA INGE R, A (rent. April21 185G tf Louisville, Ky. MRS. E. C. STR0BRIDGE WOULD respectfully inform herfriends and' the she has ou hand a large aud fashionable sortment of as- Bonnets, Caps, Ribbons, Feathers, Head Dresses, Flowers, Hair Braids, Curls, Brass Hoops, SEED, in store and of and all other articles usually kept iu a Millinery Establishment, whicu she will sell ad low as tho lowest. Nov. 2, 1857 3m. W. A. GAINES. STATEMENT. 1st. The am 't of its actual capital block Is d. The amount of its capital iuek, exclusive of stock, notes, und iu batik stocks, cash boimsand mortgages, is 3d. The assets of the company are: 1st. Amount of cash iu hm.d and In the hands of agents or other per- $200,000 ou 160,000 Uf sons, 2d. Bonds owned by the company are county bonds with inUnuot, 3d. Debtsto the company secured by mortgage none. 4th. Debts otherwise secured, viz: B lls receivable, upon interest, including mutual prom, notes, Obligation for capital stock approved by the Direciors of said company, and by the comptroller uf the Stale of Connecticut, Cash loans on endorsed promissory notes with collateral security, chiefly on uemand and at about 'l per cent, interest, Accrued interest to the coin pan) on investments, 5th. Debts for premiums at interest, tith. AH other securities are: Bank stock iu cities of liortford aud New York, Cash iu Bank on deposit ou demand, bearing interest, Personal properly ol the company, Prelerred Railroad stock at 10 perceut. intercut, Lib 165,150 to 50,000 i )0,20tf .u 34,144 0y,?91 00 .. 50,000 00 2,000 00 300 00 $502,844 34 4th. Losses due aud unpaid none. 5ih. Losses adjusted and not due, bth. Losses in suspense waiting for fur- $11,000 0u ther proof none. 7th. All oLher claims gainst ine eompaiij or other indebtedness, whether ilue or not due noue except ordinary currant bills. tith. Payment of losses resisted, Ve. INever resisted any. 9th. The actol incorporation ol thhtCoiu- panj was granted by the Legislature of Connecticut at its Maj session, A. D., loo, and is the same as tiled in the omce ol the A udiior ol Kentucky in July, 18.3ti. The uudersigned hereby ceriiij that the foregoing is ac rrect statement oi the aiiairs of the Company according to their best knowledge and belief. J. C. HALELh.Y', President. Samuel H. White, Secretary. Hartfobd, July Mill, 1657. STATE OF CONNECTICUT, County of Hartford, Hartlord, July 17, ld57.) Peisonail) appeared, James w. and Samuel H. White, Hubaeribeis ol tiie loregoiug instrument, to me knowu as aioreoaid,anU made oatn to the truth oi the same according to their best knowledge aud beliei. Before mo, JEKuAlE B. bnuU N , Justice of the Peace. A iruM copy troiu the wriginal on tLe in this ohice. TkiO.b. PACE, Auditor. Fianklort, Ky., July 1,1857. AUDITOR'S OFFICE, ( J Frankfort, Ev., July 1, le5. This is locerlify that J. M. MILLS, us Agent ol tbo Charter Oak Lite Insurance Co., of Hartlord, Conn., at (Franklort) Franklin county, has riled in this olhce me statements and exhibits requiied by the urovisions oi an act, entiled, ''An act to regelate Agencies ol Foreign insurance Companies," approved diarch 3, ie5b; anu u having been shown to Hie satisfaction of the undersigneu lhat said Company is possessed ul mi actual capital ol at least one hundred and lilty thousand dollars, as requiied by said act, the said I. M. Mills, as Agent as aiore said, is hereby licensed and permitled to lake risks and transact business of insurance at bis oince in FraukJori, lor the term of one year from tne date hereol. But this license may be revoked H it shall be made to appear to the undersigued thai since the tiling of the statements above reierred lo, the available capital ol said Company lias been reduced below one hundred anu liity uiousaud dollars. iu testimony whereof, 1 have setmy hand, the day and ... 5; .... ... 5& HORACE STEARNS. CHAS- STEARNS 3 & A. CLARKE. CLARKE'S NATIONAL 1 AMBROTYPE Sid - $1,200,214 0 eg GALLERY,! Main st., adjoining Telegraph Ojjice, Yjp Frankfort, Ky. (3 style of Picture 0 Every aud dispatch, atexecuted with neatness reduced prices. 7, LIABILITIES. Losses due and unpaid none. Lossesadjusted and not due, - $ 25,ooU 00 Losses unadjusted and in suspense await- ing further proof, 8,000 vo Losses resisted believed to be fraudulent or unjust, 11,000 oo . Accumulated dividend interest, 34,344 3o Taxes in litigation about 0,000 00 .. All Work Warranted to give Satisfaction. Oct. 2, 1857 3in. PREMIUM Saddle, Harness and Trunk Warerooms OF C 01 PR0AL . , THIRD STREET, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. , Wagon and Cart Harness, SADDLES AND BRIDLES TRUNKS, VALISES AND CARPET BAGS, LINEN AND WOOLEN HORSE COVERS, &c. All orders left with C. G- Graham, of Frankfort, or sent direct to the proprietor will receive prompt attention. Persons visiting Louisville wanting articles in my line will find it to their interest to give ine a call before purchasing elsewhere. VTIT Remember the Four Story Store, Third Street, between Main and Market. July 13, 1857 6m. FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS. Fresh WE have this day commenced receiving receivethera Oysters, and willcontinue to daily during the Oyster season by Express, and gold ex clusively for Cash by Nov. H 1857 GRAY & TODD. $84,044 30 STATE OF NEW YORK, City and County of New York, ,B Morris Franklin, President oi the New York Llle Insurance Company, being duly affirmed, doth declare aud say, that to the best of his knowledge, information and belief, the above statement is correct and true; that all the investments therein referred to were made iu good faith, and not lor any temporary expediency; that the assets of the said company were, at the date ot the said statement $1,200,214 05, us therein set forth, and invested as therein slated. Affirmed this 22d day of July, 1857, before me. E. A. STANSBURY, Com. Deeds. MORRIS FRANKLIN, President. A true copy from the original on file iu thisottice. Auditor's Office, Ky., July 1, 1857. THO. S. PAGE Auditor. A large assortment of Coach and Buggy Harness Of every variety. FANCY GOODS STORE, MANSION HOUSE, ST. CLAIR STREET, FRANKFORT, KE.NTUCKV, 3d, 1850. year above written. ( Oohnkcticut, 1 HO. S. PAGE, Auditor Hartford County. J J. AJ. .UlLLS, Ageui, June 19th, 1857, personally appeared, C. B. Bowers, Frunkiort, ivy . Secretary of the Hartlord Fire insurance Compauy, Sept. 16, it?o7 wStlwi!w. and made oath that the foregoing statement, by him subscribed, is a true, lull anu correct statement of the, aha Irs of said Company, aud exhibits its actual condi fci T A T E M K IN T tion on the nrst uay oi May, lea.; and he lurther de clares under o tn,that the subsequent business of the OF THE Compuny, as iur as reported and ascertained at the date .New York Life Insurance Company ol making this affidavit, has been such as to produce no material or unfavorable change in the condition of Up to the 1st day of July, 1857, made tu conformity vti a its atiairs shown in the above exhibit. Before me, R. G. DRAKE, J. P. A true copy from tho original on hie in this oflice. THO. S. FAGE, Auditor. ASSETS ; - - - - $ 25, J" jit Cash on hand, Frankfort, Ky., July 1,1857. 320 Shares Delaware and Hudson Canal AUDITOR'S OFFICE, slock, par $32,400, 34,t;.iAlbany City Water Bonds, pur $50,- Frankfort, Ky., July 1, 1857. This is to certily that J. M. MILLS, as Agent of the b0, 52.500 u Hartlord Fire Insurance Company, of Hartlord, Conn., Watertownand Rome Kailroad Bonds, -' at (Frankfort,) Franklin county, has hied iu this oltice par 424,000, '4f,HU0 00 the statements and exhibits required by the provisions Hudson River Railroad Bonds, par of an act, entitled, "An uct to regulate Agencies of for$5,500, 1,430 yt- eign insurance Companies,1' approved March 3, 1850; New York Central Railroad Bonds, and it having been shown to the satisfaction of the unpar $o,U00, 3 dersigned thatsaid Company is possessed of an actual 180 isbares Merchant Bank Stock, par $'J.- capital ol at least one hundred and hfty thousand dolWut ,10,203 75 lars, as required by said act, tho said J. M. Mills, as 100 Shares Bank of Commerce Mock, par Agent as aforesaid, is hereby licensed and permitted to $ 10,000, 10,002 50 75 bhares Bank of the Republic Stock, take risks and transact business of insurance at his oltice in Frankfort, for the term of one year from the dale . par $1,500, loo 00 hereof. But this license may be revoked if it shall be 50 toll a res American Exchaug Bank made to appear lo the undersigned lhat since the tiling Mock, par 5,000, 5,503 50 yo Share ot the statements above referred to, the available capital Metropolitan Bank Stock, par of said Company has been reduced below one hundred $!.b00, S,90(i ;U 50 Shares Park Bank Mock, pur $5,- and hfty thousand dollars. in testimony whereof,! have set my hand, the day and 00O, 5,250 a year above written. Loans on slocks, 4o,ii2i 57 . ' 484,225 1,0 Bonds and mortgages flrst lieD, THO. S. FAGE, Auditor. Premium notes on Life Policiesr bearing M. MILLS, Agent, J. July 15, 1857 w&tw2w. Frankfort, Ky. interest, 490,277 42 Interest accrued up to July 1st, 1857, 4,023 oL' Quarterly and premiums due subsequent to 1st July, le57, 12,97!) !K Premiums on policies in hands of Agents, 17,107 Ji Stats or - OF THE AFFAIRS or mt Company, Charter Oak Life Insurance Company, 1. The name of tho Compauy is the HAKTFOKD F1KE liN&UKANCfc COMhANl'; aud its location Uat SURVEYOR. C. O. SMITH Insurance Shares Conn. River banking Co., stock, par valued, uuu, market value, ti,500 00 0 Shares Farmers and Mechanics B'k stock, par vul(j,uuu, market value, 11,00 00 d0 Shares Farmers and Mechanic E'k stock, (loper cent, paid iu,) par ' REFERENCES. , market value, value 800 00 Hon. S. A. Douglas, Chicago, 111. iUO Shares Exchange Rank stock, par Hon. B. L. Morris, Chicago, 111. value lU,00u, market value, 10,400 00 'Gov. J. A. Mattkson, Joliet, 111. 115 Shares City Rank stock, par value Hon. D. Davis, Bloomington, 111. ll,6uU, market value, 14,030 00 Gov. C. S. Morehead, FrankTort, Ky. 150 Shares bank of Hartford County Hon. Thos. S. Page, Frankfort, Ky. stock, par val ue 15,0U0, market valMessrs. Booley oi Pindell, Louisville, K. . ue, 16,060 00 Messrs. Taylor, Siiklby tV; Co., Lexington, Ky. iUO Shares Charter Oak Rank stock, par Col. J. W. Finnell, Covington, Ky. . value i!U,UUU, market value, 24,2U0 00 Hon. W. C. Goooloe, Richmond, Ivy. 100 Shares Mercantile Rank stock, par Col. C. Kodes, Danville, Ky. value lu,Ooo, market value, 12,000 00 Hon. Z. Wheat, Columbia, Ky. sJUO Shares American Exchange Bank Hon. J. R. Underwood, liowlinggreen, Ky. stock, N.t Y., par value i;u,0UU, marHon. John G. Rogers, Glasgow, Ky. ket value, 22,400 00 Hon. John L. Helm, Klizabethtown, Kv200 Shares Bank of America stock, N. Hon. L. W. Powell, Henderson, Ky. Y., par value 2i),000, market value, 24,000 00 May 30, 1850 tf. 200 Shares Bank oi Commerce stock, N. Y., par val. 20,000, market val., 21,400 00 200 Shares Importers and Traders Bank MRS. M. 1IERRENSMITH, stock, N. ., pur value 20,000, marRESPEC1 b ULLY invites the particular ket value, 2T,tJ00 00 20o Shares Manhattan Co. Bank stock, attention of the Ladies of Frankfort and ;! vicinity, that she has lust returned from JN. Y.,pur value 10,uuU, J3,400 00 market val., tne nasi wnn a most oeautiiui assortment ot 100 Shares Merchants B"k stock, N. Y., par value 5,000, market value, 6,800 00 200 shares Union Rank stock, N. Y.,par W1JSTER value 10,u00, market value, 12,000 00 200 Shares Ocean Bank stock, N. , AND par value 10,000, market value, 0,600 00 100 Shares Bank North America stock, JN. , par value 10,000, market val., 10,800 00 200 Shares Metropolitan Bank stock, N. Consisting of the following articles: Y., par value 20,000, market value, 22,000 00 100 Shares Hartford ami New Haven R. BONNETS from 50 cents up lo $18. R. slock, par value )0,ouo, market LADIES DRESS CAPS from 50 cents up to $4. value, 12,000 00 ALL KIND OF HEAD DRESSES. FRENCH AND AMERICAN FLOWEKS. 100 Shares Hartford, Frovideuce and Fishkill R. R. stock, par value 10,- RIBBONS, of 11 quality and prices. jfcnu 00 000, market value, CHILDREN'S BONNETS, 34 Shares Hartford, Frovideuce and And all kind of Worsted Goods lor Children; Cloaks Fishkill R. R. stock, preferred, par and Furs for Ladies and Children; all kind of Kid Travvalue 3,400, market value, 1,700 00 eling and Riding Gloves for Ladies; Dress Trimmings; 20 Shares Conn. River R. R. stock, par Ladies Corsets; Hoop Skirts of all patterns, and all kind . . value 2,tiOU, market value, 1,000 00 of necessary articles of Ladies wear. Particular notice is called to a great variety of Worst- 120 Shares Conn. River Co. stock, par value 2,00u, market value, 3,001) 00 ed stockings, a new fashion kind of Comb for keeping on Ihe Bon nets, aud Hair Pins to hold on Bonnets also; $305,444 00 all kinds of Fancy and Common Hair Pins; also a great variety of Gumelastic Hair Pins to prevent the hairfrom Bills receivable bearing Interest, (of 11U,0U0 is Special Deposit iu falling out; all kind of Puff Combs; Gumelastic Hair ' which Banks on interest) $207,315 21 Combs; all kind of Com! s, Tooth Brushes, Needlesand Ralanc.HH on lionk. rliiA Hu Cnmnuit 7,140 30 Pins; Ladies and Children's Belts; Ladies Embroider' Cash on hand, 18,yu3 91 ed and Common Handkerchiefs; Chinelle Scarfs for ladies; Worsted Undersleevcs and Worsted Hoods for $018,809 42 ladies to wear to evening parties, and a great variety of 5. No liabilities lo Banks or others, Fancy Articles too numerous to mention. due or not due. 6. No losses adjusted and due. 7. Amount of losses, euner unad-- i Having personally selected these Goods in the Eastern 8. 'i 3,709 35 justed or adjusted and not Cities from the best manufacturers, she flatters herself ) due, that her efforts in catering for the good taste of the La9. Losses id suspense waiting tur-ihdies of Frankfort will be duly appreciated. I return proof, included in last anmy thanks to my friends and customers and hope they swer above. will all call again, as I will give my particular attention 10. All other claims against the Comiq please them. pany, including dividend $30,- 000 payable June lu, lb5, 42,270 33 BLEACHING & TRIMMING 11. Tho rule of the Company is not to exceed $10,000 Done in the latest and best style. 1 will sell everything in any oue risk, subject lo loss by a single Are. as low as possible. Call and examine before purchas 12. The amount insured in a city or village, depends ing elsewhere, as it will be no trouble but a pleasure to upon its size, generally all mo desirable risks to be show goods. had, subject to the rule last above named. My I will have an OPENING ON SATURDAY, Oc13. The amouutinsured in any one block of buildings tober 10th, on St. Clair Street, in the old stan.: of Dr. depends upon its size and construction, subject to the MUNSEL, and will also keep the store ou Main street. rule above referred to. Oct. 9, IH57 tf. 14. Ihe Act of Incorporation accompanies this. C. B. Secretary. in N. D. SMITH. Fire STATEMENT OF HAKTFOKJJ, CONN., OF HARTFORD, CONN., As per Report to the Stockholders, ni their Annual Incompliance with "an Act to regulate the Agencies . Meeting, June 4th , l5T, and submitted to the AudForeign Companies," not incorporated by the State of itor of the Mute of Kentucky, July, d57. Kentucky yand passed by the Legislature of Kentucky PHOENIX. FOUNDRY, LEY, OF THE CONDITION OF THE March ILLINOIS, i l VE particular and personal attention to the investor men t of money for others in Lands, Town Lota, in Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, and Minnesota, and to the location of Land Warrants. They will also invest money on BONDS and HEAL ESTATE SECURITIES, at highly remunerative rates of interest, for parties desiring it. Their facilities and opportunities for investment, experience in the business, and acquaintance with the great North-Wes- t, warrant the belief hat they can make as sale and profitable investments as any parties in the West. All letters of inquiry or on business promptly answered. Address, SMITH, WALLER & CO., Box No. 2Wi, Chicago, Illinois, or J. T. BOYLE Danville Ky. of all descriptions. Continually on hauda large assortmentof PUBLISHED IN LEBANON, KY. constantly on hand a complete assortment of HAVK Medical, Theological, Classical, School, and COOKING, PA It LOU & COAL STOVES; Miscellaneous bookB, allow prices.. Paper ofevery Lebanon, since the completion of the Railroad, con- Cistern, Well and Force Pumps; Sheet Lead, Lead description,quality,and price. Arc. necting it with Louisville, is a point of interest to a large Pipe, a H orders promptly attendedto. JTjColleges, Schools, and Private Librariessupplied II Zf3 section of country. There are hundreds of persons ata smalladvance on cost. fVholesaleor Retail. Feb. 13, 1957 tf. who are in want of information upon various abroad April 1, 1845 031-b- y. topics connected with it, such as the prices current, facilities fordoing and having business done here, &c, GEORGE S T EA and the citizens of Lebanon themselves, wish to inform TENTH ST. BETWEEN MAIN AND CANAL, the public at large, that it is one of the most enterpristownsin the interiorof CIVIL & MINING ENGINEER, ing and flourishinginducements as a place the State, and OFFICE NORTH 8IDE MAIN STREET, that it offers great of residence BETWEEN NINTH AND TENTH. to men of almost every honorable trade and profession. AND To supply these wants, of people abroad and citizens at WM. H.URAICER, Agent, Manufaclu re roCSteam noa and MacUiuory Vor .Saw or Grist Mi Us, Goal LAND home, we have determined to publish "The Central Mines, &c, A:c, Cranks, Gudgeons, Kag Irona,Saw a paper devoted to the Office at Smith, Bradley & Co., Land Agents, 9t Kentuckian"Literary, and Moral welfare Commercial, Slides, Carriage Segments, Cotton Gin Segments, and Agricultural, of the comKandolph street, South side, between Clark and DearPinions, Car Wheels, Grate Bars, Mill Spindles, Mill munity in which it is circulated. born streets, Chicago, 111. It is hoped that we shall be able, by attention to the Doss and Stirrups, always on hand. Sept. 14, 1M55 tf. interest of all concerned, to supply adesideratum long Oct. 28, 1853.- - MOREHEAD & BROWN, Limestoneand tf. on Shortatreetbetween Attorney and Counsellor at Law, JOHN RODMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office on St. Clair Street, next Door to Morse's Telegraph Oflice, ITT ILL practice inall the Courts held in Frankfort, and IT in oianam, Henry, l rim Die ana owen counties. KY. office on Sl.Clair Street, with J. & W. L. Harlan. KY. Messrs. Jas- Tr.bus & Co.; Garvin, Bell dc Co.; Hutchison; Low McDowell, Yodno & Co.; Hughes dc Whitney; J as. E. Breed, Esq.; Hays, Craio & Co.; Mos oc Trioo; Wilson, Starbird & Smith; Cardth, Casseday & Hopkins; Curd Ac White; Abat oc Ral-leAug. 17, 1B57 tf. Curd & Co. U. D. FRANKFORT, PRACTICE, dc ADMIRALTY COMMERCIAL ATTORNEY AT LAW. UpperstreeU. TO TUB FINE COLOGNE, PROSPECTUS OF THE GLASGOW FHEE PRESS. F1NNELL, & JUSTICES' BLANKS WARRANTS AND EXECUTIONS. Price GO eta per Quire . NOTICE'S, REPLEVIN BONDS CONSTABLEJSSALK DEVOTES Drug store. Dec. 1, 185S. .T. , JOHN FLOURNOY, Attorney at Law, Notary Public, FINE TOILET BOTTLES, AT LAW, COUNSELLOR FRANKFOUT, KY. ATTORNEY Ofevery price, of all shapes, colors, sizes and perfumes, Dr. MILLS' Drug Store. at Beautiful siylesof Bohemian, at JOHN A. MONROE, &, Drug Store. FANCTS0APS KY. will attend to the collection of Kentucky: also, to the investigation of in Kentucky, on behail ot (.April y, itsou u. jJjJ'AKs Monroe C jntral Consisting of Tooth Soaps, Tooth Paste, Tooth Powder, ur. mujL.&' urns store. &c., at DOG GRASS" BRUSHES. B. & J. MONROE, T T O it A J Y s AT L. A A FOR COUNTY COURT JUDGES of all kinds. Price (i0 cts per Quire. BLANKS odontalgicTreparations. W. Craddock's office. Feb. 20, 1857 wdttwby. CIIAS.S- 4, SMITH, WALLEU & CO., AT 3d Street, St. Paul, Minnesota. DR. MILLS' DRUG STORE. IITILL loan money for capitalists at 24 to 36 per cent V upon real estate worth double the loan, (Minnesota has no usury law) and make investments in city or POMADES FOR THE HAIR country property to me oesi advantage. The best Kentucky referencesgiven if required. Cor- Or ererv stvle and price at Dr. MILLS' Drug Store. respondence solicited. Jan. 7, 1857 ly. FEBRUARY E. RANDOLPH SMITHChicago. 111. ARTICLES OF FANCY CAN KENTUCKY. AUDITOR'S OFFICE, Frankfort, Ky., July i 1, 1857. J This is to certify thai HENRY WlNGATE,asAgeiilol the New York Life Insurance Company, of New York, at Frankfort Franklin county, has hied in this office the statements and exhibits required by the provisions ol an act, entitled, "An act to regulate Agencies of Foreign Insurance Companies," approved March 3, 1850; and it having been shown to the satisfaction of the undersigned thatsaid Company is possessed of an actual capital of atleast oue hundred and titty thousand dollars, as by said act, the said Henry Win gate, as Agent as aforesaid, ishereby licensed and permitted to lake risks and transact business ol insurance at bis office 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 of the statements above referred to, the available capital of said Company has been reduced below one hundred an4 fitly thousand dot In testimony icrcoi, I have set my hand, the day and year above written. THO. S. PAGE, Auditor. H. WIAGATE. Agent, August 5, 1857 w2w. Frankfort, Ky. HHDS. N. O. SUGAR, Justreceived April 1, 1857. and for sale bv W. A. GALN'ES. If you want GINMayl5,1857,. excellent GIN call at GEO. A. ROBERTSON'S.

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