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Image 1 of Daily commonwealth (Frankfort, Ky.), January 19, 1858

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nn ME J. COM.lliiNU'EALi'11 WILL BE PUBLISHED EVERT MONDAY, NESDAY, AND FRIDAY, THE SEASON! Attorney at Law & Real Estate Broker, FIRST GUN OF 'id Street, St. Paul, Minnesota. per cent lirlLL loan money for capitalists at 24 to 36(MinnesoVV upon real estate worth double the loan, ta has no usury law) and make investments in city or St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky, country properly to the best advantage. NOW RECEIVING and opening the largest and The best Kentucky referencesgiven if required. CorISfinest assortment of respondence solicited. Jan. 7, 100 ly. READY-MAD- E At THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM, ble in advance. S0NNEBERG, A. PRINTER, STATE CLOTHING! CLOTHING!! McCLUNG. (Formerly of Kentucky.) WED- A. G. HODGES, By W. paya- romce on St. Clair next door to the Branch Bank of Kentucky, over G. VV. Craddock's olnce. Feb. iu, 1857 w&iwby. AND BLANKS, LAW BOOKS FOR SALE .AT COMMONWEALTH OFFICE. BENJAMIN B. & J. MONROE, A T T O it A ; Y S A T JL A BOOKS. MONROE & HARLAN'S DIGEST OP THE DECIS IONS OF THE COURT OF APPEALS $12 oo 2 vols. Price, KENTUCKY CODES OF PRACTICE, vol. Price, REVISED STATUTES OF KENTUCKY, 1 vol. Price, '. DEBATES OF THE CONVENTION, 1 vol. Price, GUIDE TO JUSTICES, CLERKS. SHERIFFS, &c, by John C. Herndon, 1 vol. Price, ACTS OF THE LEGISLATURE OF KY. Session 1855 and 18582 vols. Price THE GENERAL ACTS of Session 1855 - and 1856 in Pharaplilet form. Price THE GENERAL ACTS of Session 1853 and ltj54 bound in Leather. Price 1 , FRANKFORT, KY. will aitnd lo the collection 3 50 vtriHunt . JOHN A. MONROE, 5 00 OF AND A GENERAL VARIETY FULL DRESS SUITS I BOYS. V ol laiiusin central Kentucky: also, to the investigation of of lilies to land in Kentucky, on behall April 9, 1856 tf. and others. . Drawers, Hosiery, Hats and Caps, MONROE JAMES MONROE. ALSO TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPET BAGS AND UMBRELLAS, &. COUNSELLOR AT LAW, All of which he warrants to be of the very best material and make. FKAXH.FORT, KY. Persons in want of clothing cannot do better than call examine my stock belore purcnasing eisownero in the uounoi appeals m u WILL practice Law Courl. and all other State Courts and trouble to show goods. No Circuit S 00 sept. 14, 1H37 it. will attend to the collection of held iu Frankfort, and in any partoi the Male. Debts for Alwiiv at home, ever communication will have his 3 00 F R E S II atleutiou on the same day received, and will be prompt ly answered, and thus his clients kept algays auvlseu Ol OF I 00 their affairs. And having determined to have all his briefs and arguments in the Court of Appeals printed, to his clients and counsel in the 150 and copies l uruis.ied lower courts, all concerned will be fully informed how The- 15th, 16th & 17th vols, his duty has been performed. REPORTS B. MONROE'S v He will, as commissioner oi ucoua, AND GAITERS, of Ben. Monroe's Reports. $5 per volume. knowledgmenls of Deeds, and other writings to be LADIES' SLIPPERS DIGEST OF THE STAT LOUGHBOROUGH'S used or recorded iu other States; and, as Commissioner UTES, under the act of Congress, attend to the taking of depoWITH OR WITHOUT HEELS. 3 00 1 vol. Price, sitions, adidavits, 6zc. ( jrj'Olnce, "Old bank," opposite tne uansiuu HON. GEO. ROBERTSON'S SPEECH "The American Frankfort,Nov. 10, 1856 bv. Party ile Principles, its Objects, ana its Hopes.' Pamphlet. Price 10 cts. J OHM W.FINH ILL S.T. WALL. HON. GARRETT DAVIS' SPEECHES. Pamphlet NS Price 5 cts. & ' ' GOAT and KID BOOTS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BLANKS FOR COUNTY COURT JUDGESof all kinds. COVINGTON, KY. Price 60 cts per autre. AND SHOES BOYS JUSTICES' RLANKS WARRANTS AND EXECU Orrici. Third Street, Opposite South end City HaU. Ot F. practice in the courts oi ivenion, cauipuon. W. TIONS. Appeals, (iraul, Boone, and Nicholas, and the Court of Price 60 cts per quire . ALS- OJHay , low u. A at Frankfort. CONSTABLE'S SALE NOTICE'S, REPLEVIN BONDS ATTORNEY 3 00 ARRIVAL SHOES, BUSKINS. LADIES' F1NNELL, WALL blaYks, MISSES AND CHILD RE GAITERS &c. ATTORNEY AT LAW. refer to Hon. J. J. Crittenden, ) Frankfort, Kj. Gov. L. W. Powell, ) Hon. James Harlan, Taylor, Turner & Co., Bankers, Lexington, Ky. G. H. Monsarrat & Co., Bankers, Louisville, Ky. W. Tanner, Louisville, Ky. July 23, 1M53 by. llOB'T J. BRECKINRIDGE, Attorney and Counselor at Law, sr. PRACTICE, J. II. KINKEAD, LOUTS, MO. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, pOLLRCTIONS in all parts of Missouri and Illinois attended to, prompt remiuauces muue, Buuospuuu j ence FRANKLIN the Circuit and other Courts of WILL practice inCircuit Courts of the adjoining coun and the & lJjOfliee up stairs in the Gallatin Sun Office May 6, 1857 tl. THOMAS A. MARSHALL Tjucr & Co.: Garvin, Bell A Co Muin. J,a. Hutchison; Low McDowell, Yoono & Co.; Hoohes& ... .U . '. fn . ... A. I' or Whitney; jas. r.. tl Wilson, Starbird & SKith; Caroth, Mosa & Trioo; IjUKU ot mii, CASSEDAY OC HOPKINS " LEY; LORD OC CO. l""5 ' NEAR SIXTH STREET. OFFICE COURT-PLACResidence East do Sixth, near Broadway. Juneg, 1857 lj. Jini Attorney at Law, VERSAILLES, KENTUCKY. H. M'HENRY, AND LAND AGENTS DES MOINES, IOWA, ATTORNEYS ' PROPOSE 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. Thev will enter Lands in Kansas and Nebraska Terri torles, if an amount sufficient tojustifya visit to that country is offered. Ths Senior partner having been engaged extensively in the business of the law in the Courts ot' Kentucky for nearly thirty years, and the Junior having been engaged in the Land Business in Iowa for eieht years past, during which time he has made actual survey of alarge portion of Polk and adjoiniug counties, they feel confident they will be able to render a satisfactory account ot all business entrusted to them They will enter Land with Land Warrants or Money, upon actual inspection of the premises, and will buy and sell Lands on Commission, upon a careful investigation of Titles. Persons wishing to settle in the State can find desirable farms and city propertyfor sale, by calling on them at their office in Sherman's Building, corner of Third street and Court Avenue, Ues Moines, Iowa. ' HOUSE PAINTING; WhitP nnrt Frankfort, Ky., held in Frankfort all the WILLpractice Law incounties.CourtsOffice is at his resiHis dence, near P. Swigert's, entrance on Washington street t rautlorl, reD. yo, loiy, oi-- u. SIGN PAINTING All kinds Gilt, Fancy and Plain Signs; also, bigns neatly painted on Glass, or Transparent Cloth for hhow Windows; Trunks and Umbrellas marked at short no tice. IMITATIONS GRISWOLD, & KY. East side of St Clair street, PAPER HANGING. A. OF GEORGE STEALEY, CIVIL & MINING ENGINEER AND ARTICLES OBTAINED AT DR. MILLS' DETJG STORE. Of mvfirv atvfe mnd Dlice at TOOTH N. D. SMITH. BRUSHES, A beautiful assortment, at N. D. SMITH a. i ACTURERS OO X- - CO., & T3L O Xj ODONTALGICPREPARATIONS. Consisting of Tooth Soaps, Tooth Paste, Tooth Powde ur. iiijui.o' xjrngoiore 4C-- , ai DOG GRASSBRUSHES. MOREHEAD & BROWN, FANCTSOAPS FINE TOILET BOTTLES, Reantifnl atvleaof Bohemian. at Dr. MILLS For sale In an; quantity, either in bottles, suitable for tne toaet, or otherwise, at Dr. MILLS' Drug Store EXTRACTS. The genuine Lubin's as well as a variety of othe make, in new stvles. and at all prices, at Dr. MILLS'Drug Store. or Gentlemen can desire, at , in il GWIN Dealers STORE & OWEN, in Hardware IN HANNA'S MAIN and Cutlery, NEW BUILDING, STREET, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Jan. 30, 1857 tf. eitherLa-dle- s Drug Store. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. A handsome selection will be opened in due time for theapproaching holidays, at Dr. MILLS' Drug Store. Dec. 1, 1856. IZ CONN., OF HARTFORD, it, CONN., In compliant with uan Act t regulatt th Jignci foreign Cmpam," net tneorperatea y CAc xtat of Kentucky and passed by t fit Lcgislaturs of Ktntukyt March 2d, 1856. 1. Fancy Goods, STOVES! STOVES!! STATEMENT ... ..... .... mmmmmmmt STEARNS 1ITATER Closets, Bath Tubs, Hot and Cold Shower If Baths, Wash 1 ravs, Plain and Fancy wasn stands. and every description of Plumbing work put up in the most workmanlike manner. Copper, Tin & Sheet Iron Work, Spout PARLOR & COAL STOVES; Cistern, Well and Force Pumps; Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, ccc. COOKING, & CLARKE'S 1 AMBROTYPE GALLERY, Frankfort, Ky. x Every in stylo of Picture executed with neatneu and dispatch, at reduced prices. All Work Warranted to give Satisfaction. 13, 1857 ( STATE OF NEW YORK, PHOENIX FOUNDRY OFFICE NORTH SIDE MAIN STREET, Hotchkiss' Reaction Water Wheels or Grist or Saw Mills. A large assortment of Patterns for Mill Gearing Ac, Castings made attne shortest notice. WM.H. GKAINGER, .ent, Louisville, Ky, April21 1856 tf 1WI I Iji Ij I PREMIUM Saddle, Harness and Trunk Warerooms OP AND TENTH. NINTH WM. H.GRAI.'GER,Agent,ManufacturerofSteam Coal and Machinery for Saw or Grist Mills, Mines, &c, &c, Cranks, Gudgeons, Kag Irons, Saw Slides, Carnage hegmenls, cotton Gin segments, an Pinions, Car Wheels, Grate liars, Mill .Spindles, M hand. DogsandStirrups,alwayson KJ" JE1 AND H. Y FANCY GOODS STORE MANSION HOUSE, ST. CLAIR STREET, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY, ittOULD respectfully inform her friends and the pubV lie that she has on hand a large and fashionable as sortment or Bonnets, Caps, iieaa uresses Ribbons, Feathers, Flowers, Hair Braids, v Curls, Brass Hoops, ) City and County or New York, tf. TENTH ST. BETWEEN MAIN AND CANAL, $84,944 30 ( 3m. Oct. 2, 1857 ippAllordersprompily attendedto. Feb. LIABILITIES. none. Lossesadiusleuanunotdue. $ 95,600 00 Losses unadjusted and in suspense await. 8,000 00 lug lurther prool, Losses resisted believed to be fraudulent or unjust, 11,000 00 34,344 30 Accumulated dividend Interest, 6,000 00 Taxes in litigation about Losses due and unpaid NATIONAL ing ana Cluttering CASES FRESH PEACHES AND 12 CASES PINE and all other articles usually kept in a Millinery Estab lishment, which she will sell as low as the lowest. APPLE, in store and for sale by Nov. 2, 1857 3m. W. A. GAINES. April 1, 1857. 1fj OF HARTFORD, MRS. E. C. STR0BRIDGE EVERYTHING Dr. MILLS' 1T7TLL attend to all business confided to them in the W Court of Appeals. Federal Court, and other Courts -- ki.h h,lH their sessions at Frankfort, Ky. One or both mav always be found at theirofflce, to give counsel , aw r unuui j ortransactbUBiness. Drug Store Inthelineof Fancy and ToiletarticJes,that GEO. W. OW1N. ,( WIATER MILINERi FALL BETWEEN Ofevery price, ofall shapes, colors, sizes and perfumes, Dr. MILLS' Drill Store. HANDKERCHIEF .or THE Insurance Company, Charter Oak Life Insurance Company, Fire As per Report to the Stockholders, at their Annual anu suDmiueu 10 me Aud Meeting, June no, itor oi tne & law oi jvemucicy, July, i&7. of all descriptions. Continually on handa large assortmentof FINE COLOGNE, OF STATEMENT OF THE AFFAIRS j. Drug Store. ' COMBS C. O. SMITH Hartford FRANKFORT, KY. POMADES FOR THE HAIR Dr. MILLS' Drug Store, Ip3 Office at Smith, Bradley Co., Land Agents, 98 Kaudolph street, boulh side, between Clarkand Dear born streets, Chicago, 111. fcept. 14, 1855 tl. -- Partners in the PEACTICE OF LAW, BX OF THE CONDITION OF THE STATEMENT J. T. BOY LB. Danville, Ky. ILLINOIS, CHICAGO, NO. 42. The name of the Company is the HARTFOKD STATEMENT. 1 1 VK narticular and Dersonal attention to the lnvest- - FIKK liNbUKANCJs. COMPANY; and iu location isat Is 1st. Hartford, Conn. ll ment of money for vothers in Lands, Town Lots, ii. The Capital Stock; or the Company is THREK 2d The am't of its actual capital stockex- 200,000 00 ine amount oi its capiuu siock, in Illinois, Iowa, isconsin, and .Minnesota, ana die, HUMJKiiD THOUSAND DOLLARS. clusive of stock, notes, uud in bank the location ol Land Warrants. Ihey win also invesi , 150,000 00 3. Tue amount of iu Capital Stock paid up is THRKU stocks, cash bonds and mortgages, is monev on BONUS and KfcAL fcSlAlls bhou ni i ic.-3d. The assets of the com puny are: UiNiJRliD IHOUSAAU DOLLARS. highly remunerative rates of interesl,for parties de- and in 4. The Assets of the Company are at follows: 1st. Amount of cash iu hai-ring it. the hands of agents or other perIheir lacuilies ana opportunities lor iuiwiuidh, ua- - 11 ."mares tianioru aaaa. btocit, par (9,202 5fc value sons, nerience in the business, and acquaintance wun me 332 Shares jl.luu, market value, par val Phienix Dank stock, 2d. Bonds owned by the company are North-Wes- t, they can make warrant the belief hat great 150 00 38,3ti8 00 ue county bonds with interest, market value, as sale and protitable investments as any parties in the 1U0 Shared 3d. Debtsto the company secured by Conn. River Ranking Co., west. 00 mortgage none. mock, par value 5,000, market value. 6,500 All letters of inquiry or on business promptly answer fcjG Shares Farmers and Mechanics 4th. Debts otherwise secured, viz: B'k SMITH, WALLER & CO., ed. Address, 11,200 00 Bdls receivable, upon interest, stock, par valb.000, market value. Box No. 28S7, Chicago, Illinois, or including mutual prom, notes, HO Shares Farmers and Mechanics B'k J. T. BOYLE Danville K.V. Obligation for capital stock apstock, (luper cent, paid in,) par proved by the Directors of said 800 00 , market value, REFEREN CES. value company, and by the comptroll200 Shares Exchange Dank stock, par Hon. S. A. Uocolas, Chicago, 111. 50,000 0" 10,400 00 er of the Slate of Connecticut, Hon. B. L. Morris, Chicago, 111. value lu.uuu, market value, Cash loans on endorsed promisGov. J. A. Mattkson, Joliet, 111. 115 Shares City Rank stock, par value sory notes with collateral secu14,U)0 00 Hon. 1). Davis, BlooiRiugton, 111. 11.JUU, market value, , rity, chiefly on demand and al 150 Shares Dank of Hartford County Gov. C. S. Morehead, Frankfort, Ky. 51,896 03 Hon. Thos. S. Page, Frankfort, Ky. about 12 per cent, interest, stock, par value la, 000, market val- 00 Accrued interestto the company Messrs. Bodlev & Pindell, Louisville, K.y. 16,050 10,209 76 on investments, 200 Shares Charter Oak Bank stock, par Messrs. Taylor, Shelby & Co., Lexington, Hy. 34,144 75 5th. Debts for premiums al interest, Col. J. W. Finnell, Covington, Ky. iUfiiiO 00 value iJU.OOU, market value. 100 Shares Mercantile Bank stock, par Hon. W. C. Goodloe, Richmond, Ky. 6th. All other securities are: Bank stock in cities of Hortford Col. C. Rodes, Danville, Ky. 12,000 00 value 10,000, market value, 109,791 00 Hon. Z. Wheat, Columbia, Ky. 200 Shares American Exchange Bank and New York. Cash in Bank on deposit on deHon. J. R. Underwood, Bowlinggreen, Ky. stock, i., par value u,uuu, mar50,000 0U mand, bearing interest, Hon. John G. Rooirs, Glasgow, Ky. ket value, 23,400 00 Personal property ol the compaHon. John L. Helm, Klizabethtown, 200 Shares Bank of America stock, N. L. W. Powell, Henderson, Ky. 2,000 00 ny, par value 20,000, market value. 24,000 00 May 30, 1656 tf. 200 Shares Bank ot Commerce stock, Prelerred Kaiiroad stock at 10 300 00 a M oo oo percent, interest, r. x., par vai. ao.uoo, market val. 2u0 Shares importersand Traders Bank MRS. AI. HEIlRENSiMITH, $502,844 34 stock, n. x ., par value 20,000, mar- 21,800 00 ket value, riiiarrjL'iruun uiviics mo ijditiLumi 200 Shares Manhattan Co. Bank stock, 4th. Losses due and unpaid none. CjTj attention of the Ladies of Frankfort and W & N. V.. par value 10,000, market val. from Tfci 13,400 00 5ih. Losses adjusted and not due, $11,000 00 yNjr vicinity, that she has just returned 100 Share Merchants B'k stock, N. V., 6th. Losses in suspeuse waiting lor furlast wan a most oeauutut assortment, oi par value o,uuu, market value, ,800 00 ther proof none. 200 Shares Union Bank stock, N. Y., par 7th. All other claims guiust ihu company 4" 12,000 00 value 10,000, market value, or other indebtedness, whether lue 200 Shares Ocean Bank stock, N. Y., or not due none except ordinary curAND par value iu.ouu, market value, 9,600 00 rant bills. 100 Shares Bank North America stock. ath. Pavment of losses resisted, dtc. N . V., par value 10,000, market val. 10,800 00 Never resisted any. 200 Shares Metropolitan Bank stock, N. 9ih. The actol incorporation ol this ComConsisting of the following articles: Y., par value 20,000, market value. 22,000 00 pany was granted Oy the Legislature 100 Shares Hartford and New Haven R. uf Connecticut at ils May session, A. to $18. BONNETS from 50 cents up R. stock, par value 10,000, markets D., 150, and is the same as died in LADIES DRESS CAPS from 50 cents up to $4. 12,000 00 value, the office ol the Auditor ol Kentucky DRESSES. ALL KIND OF HEAD 100 Shares Hartford, Providence and in July, 185t. FRENCH AND AMERICAN b'LUWUKS. fisUkill K. K. stock, par value The unuersigued hereby ceriilj that the foregoing Is RIHRONS.of alloualitv and prices. market value, a c irrect statement oi the atlairs of the Company acCHILDREN'S BONNETS, 34 Shares Hartford, Providence and cording to their best know lodge and belief. And all kind of Worsted Goods for Children; Cloaks risukill R. R. stock, preterred, par J. C- - VVALk.L.Ex', Prosidsnt. nil Furs for Ladies and Children; all kind or Kid 1 rav 1,700 00 value 3,400, market value, Sam err. l H. White, Secretary. eline-anfor Ladies; Dress Trimmines; Ridin Gloves 20 Shares Conn. River R. R. slock, par Hartfobd, July 14th, lc57. Ladies Corsets; Hoop Skirts of all patterns, and all kind 1,000 00 value 2,000, market value. of necessary articles of Ladies wear. 120 Shares Conn. River Co. stock, par STATE OF CONNECHCUT, i Particular notice is called to a great variety oi worst 3,000 00 value 12,000, market value, County or Hartford, Harilord, July 17, lti57.) ed Btockins, a new fashion kind of Comb for keeping Personally appeared, Juuies C. VValkley and Samuel on the Bonnets, and Hair Pins to hold on Bonnets also S3ti5,444 00 H. White, subscribers ol the loregoiug instrument, to all binds of Fancy and Common Hair Pins; also a fjreat Bills receivable bearing inierest, (of ine known as aloreaaid, and made oatn to the truth ol variety of Gumelastic H;iir Pins to prevent the hairfrom which $110,000 is Special Deposit in the same according to iheir besi knowledge and beliet. falling out; all kind of Puff Combs; Gumelastic Hair $207,315 21 Before me, Banks on interest) JEKuMK B. BnoW N, Combs; all kind of Conirs. I ooth brushes, Dieediesana Balances on 7,146 30 Justice oj tit Pint Ladies and Chi dren's Belts: Ladies Embroider Cash on hand, book,- due the Company, lb,yu3 91 A true cupy irwm the original on ne in this office. ed and Common Handkerchiefs; Chinelle Scarfs for THO. S.PAGE, Auditor. dies: Worsted Undersleev es and Worsted Hoods for $618,809 42 Frankfort, Ky.,July 1,1857. ladies to wear to evening parties, and a great variety of 5. No liabilities to Banks or others, Fancy Articles too numerous to mention. due or not due. AUDITOR'S OFFICE, i 6. No losses adjusted and due. ( Frankfort, Ky,, J uly 1, 1857. 7. Amount of losses, either unad the Eastern allv selected these Goods in This is to certify that J. M. MILLS, as Agent of the 78,709 35 8. justed or adjusted and uot Cities from the best manufacturers, she flatters herself Charter Oak Life Insurance Co., of Hartlord, Conn., due, that her efforts in catennz for the crood taste or tne at (Frankfort) Franklin county, has tiled in this office the 9. Losses in suspense wailing fur dies of Frankfort will be duly appreciated. I return statements and exhibits required by the provisions of an ther proof, included in last annope tney v thanks to mv friends and customers and act, entiled, "An aci lo regulate Agencies ol Foreign swer above. ill all call again, as I will give my particular attention Insurance Companies," approved March 3, 1C56; and it 10. All other claims against the Comto please tbem. having been shown to the satisfaction of the undersigned including dividend $30,-U0- 0 pany, 42,270 33 that said Company is possessed ot an actual capital ot at oavable June 10, ltsdT. Least one huudred and nity thousand dollars, as requirBLEACHING & TRIMMING 11. The rule of the Company is. not to exceed $10,000 ed by said act, the said J. M. Mills, as Ageut as atore. Done in the latest and best style. I will sell every thing In any one risk, subject to loss by a single Are. said, is hereby licensed and permitted to lake risks and 1 he amount insured in a city or village, aepenas as low asnossinle. Call and examine beiore purcnas v. transact business of insurance atuis office iu Frankiort, ing elsewhere, as it win Deno trouuit out a picnamw w upon its size, generally all the desirable risks to be for the term ol one year from me date hereof. But subject to the rule last above named. had. show goods. this license may be revoked if it shall be made to appear 13. l ne amount insured in any one uiock oi Duiidings Llie filing of the to the undersigned lober 10th, on St. Clair Street, in the old stand of Dr. depends upon its size and construction, subject to the ments above reierredthat since available capital ofstateto, the said MUNSEL, and will also keep the store on Main street. rule aoove reierreu 10. Company has been reduced below one hundred and 14. The Act of Incorporation accompanies this. Oct. 9, lb57 tl. til ty mousaud dollars. C. B. BOWERS, Sstrotary in testimony whereof, 1 have set my hand, the day and year above written. State or Connecticut, imu. s. rALrt, Auditor. Hartford County. ) 9 J. M. MILL'S, Afcut, June 19th, 1657, personalty appeared, C. B. Bowers, Frankiort, Ky. Secretary of the Hartlord Fire Insurance Company, Sept. 16, 1857 wdclw2w. and made oath that the foregoing statement, by him subscribed, is a true, full and correct statement of the affairs of said Company, and exhibits its actual condition on the first day ot May, 1857; and he further deor tub clares under oath, that the subsequent business of the Company, as far as reported and ascertained at the date New York Life Insurance Company, of making this affidavit, has been such as to produce no material or unfavorable change in the condition of Cp to the 1st day of Jul, 1857, made in conformity with Us affairs shown in the above exhibit. ins requirement oj ins law oj jLsnlueky. R. G. DRAK.K, J. P. Before me, A true copy from the original on file in this office. ASSETS: - -THO. S. PAGE, Auditor. Cash on hand, 2i,m 50 Frankfort, Ky., July 1,1857. 2M Shares jUelaware and Hudson Canal i slock, par S&,4U0, 14.C52 50 AUDITOR'S OFFICE, Albany City Water Bonds, par 950,- Frankfort, Kr., July 1,1857. ( uuu 52,500 OL This is to certifv that J. M. MILLS, as Agent of the Watertown and Rome Kaiiroad Bonds, Hartford Fire Insurance Company, of Hartlord, Conn., H A V & jusi received a large assortment of the bes para4,00u, 22,800 U0 office Franklin county, has filed In this COORINli hTOY KH ever brought to the city ol at (Frankfort,) and exhibits required ny tne provisions Hudson River Railroad Bonds, par statements Frankfort, which 1 can sell as cheap as can be bought the an act, entitled, "An act to regulate Agencies of For5,5UU, 6,430 lie Louisville, lorcasn. (jive me a call and see lor your of Insurance Companies," approved March 3, 1856, in ftew Vork Central Railroad bonds, eign self. par Sti.uuo, 5,573 74 the unand it having been shown to the satisfaction of dersigned that said Company is possessed of an actual 180 snares Merchant Bank Stock, par Copper. Tin & Sheet Iron Ware 10,203 75 fifty thousand dol .Hits variousbranches, wholesale and retail, as cheap capital of at least one hundred and lars, as required by sam act, tne saia j. xa. jwuis, as 100 Shares Bank of Commerce Stock,- par as it can be bought at any other house in the city. Jo . JIU.UUU, 10,682 50 Agent as aforesaid, is hereby licensed and permitted to work executed with neatness and dispatch. 5 shares Bank of the Republio Slock, take risks and transact business of insurance at his office par 1,500, 1,800 U0 Guttering and Spouting year from the dale Tin in Frankfort, lor the term of one madeand put up on the shortest notice and most reas hereof. But this license may be revoked if it shall be SO Shares American Exchange Bank -5,5113 50 the tiling Stock, par $5,000, terms, auoi tnose wno are in wanioi onable wade to appear to the undersigned that since 90 Shares Metropolitan Bank Stock, par of the statements abOT referred to, the available capital -,90S 7U $9,000, Copper, Tin or Sheet Iron Roofing of said Company has been reduced below one hundred $0 Shares Park Bank Stock, par $5,- ould makeit totheir interestto give me a call bo fore and fifty thousand dollars. ouo, 5,256 S5 my nana, tne aay anu In testimony whereof,! have set going elsewhere. Loans on stocks, 40,IU7 57 uon'liorgev iu cuioa 10 wlu dbuk. duiiuiu, uub year above written. . . 484225 00 Bonds and mortgages first lien, jsuauor. I nu. a. rAU doortrom tne corner main ana oi. uiair streets. H. R. MILLER. J. M. MILLS, Agent, Ky. Premium notes on Lite Policies, bearing- 490,277 49 June 11, 1C50 tf. -Interest, Frankiort, July 15, 1857 wSitw2w. Interest accrued up to July 1st, 1857, 24,023 02 MERCHANT & SMITH, Quarterly and premiums due subsequent to 1st July, 1857, 12,979 96 PLUMBERS AND TINNERS, Premiums on policies in hands of Agents, 17,167 97 KJfJ V r JrJ JfJ JrJ UfJ CIairStreet,OpposUe the Postoffice. Shop on St. CHAS- - A. CLARKE HORACE STEARNS. $1,260,214 05 For Cloth, Velvet and Bonnet office on St. Clair Street, next Door to Morse's COLOGNE AND PURE SPIRITS, Telegraph OOlce, yrrlLL practice in all the Courts held in Frankfort, and Ifos. 96S; 18, West side Second St., bet. Main if Market IT In Oldnam, nenry. i rimuie nuu vwou wuuijm. Oct 28, 1853. J' LOUISVILLE, KY. August 26, 1857 ly. aha LBS. HAMS, SIDES AND SHOULDERS, &UUU store and for sale b, .mF-AprW. A. 1, 1857. SPLENDID ASSORTMENT FANCY 85 8. MASONIC TEMPLE, OFFICE every description and material, at rTAVE constantly on hand a complete assortmento Dr. MILLS Drug Store. IT Law, Medical, Theological, Classical, School, and .Miscellaneous Books, atlow prices. Paper ofevery description,qualily,and price. HAIR BRUSHES. lOColleges, Schools, and Private Libraries supplied Th. largest variety In Frankfort, at at a small advance on cost, rr noicsateor neiaii. Dr. MILLS' Drugstore y. April 1, 1845 MA.NU JOHN RODMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MARBLES Kvrv kin d of Paneled. Match. Plain or Ornamental Paper Hanging; Testers and Fire Screens neatly paper ed. June 24, 1657 ly. . removed to OFFICE Telegraph Office. Will practice Law in all the Courts held in Frankfort, andadjoiningcounties. Dec. 7, 1850 tf. &. Of every description, such as Sashes for Houses, and Green Houses, bedded in Putty. All kinds of Stained and Frosted Glass furnished and Glazed in the very best style . fc ATTORNEY AT LAW, OF WOODS Mahogany, Maple, Walnut, Rosewood, Oak, and all kinds of Staining and Imitations of all kinds ol Marble. in the best manner. Booksellers. Stationer!, Binders, andUookan Job Printers, Main street, Louisville, Ky. LAND SURVEYOR, GEORGE W. CRADD0CK, Enameled Unisuea faint nf7inr ing. Wall, Ceiling and all kinds of plain House and Hoof painting done in tne most auraoie uiauijor. ed paints alwaysforsale. T. N. LINDSEY, ATTORNEY AT LAWj tr. FRANKFORT, AM THANKFUL to you for past favors, and hope by strict attention to business and by doing good work, to merit a continuance of the same in me ionowuig branches of my trade: CAM MORTON PAPER HANGER. To the Citizens of Frankfort and Sur rounding Country: tf. Dec. I, 18ofi to practice In the various Courts of Polk in the Supreme Court of Iowa, and the March 11,1857 BEDFORD, FRANK W. H. M'HENRY, M. D. & W. at Law, KY. LOUISVILLE, nmu,., mis,vji.ttivi.., & GLAZING JOSHUA TEVIS, Counselor and Attorney REFERENCES. UHMIMj UI PAINTER U KY. 1857. II i aii AV1NG removed to Frankfort and resumed the prac tice of Law, will attend punctually to such cases as may be entrusted to him in the Court of Appeals of Kentucky, and to such engagements as he may make in He willalsogive other Courtsconveuieutlyaccessible. opinions and advice in writing, upon cases stated in writing, or on records presented to him. He will promptly attend to allcommunications relating to the business above described, ana may at an limes, excepi wucu seuton business, be found in Frankfort. March 30, lt)57-t- f. Attorneys and Counselors at Law, M. D. M'HENRY. SHOE AND BOOKSTORE. . 1 GAZLAY, LOUISVILLE, EVANS' ties. A. M. GAZLAY GORIN MISSOURI. GALLATIN, solicited, and information cheerfully given. REFERS, BY PERMISSION, TO Theop. Parsons. L. L. D., Professor of Law, Cam bridge, Mass, Kennard & Brother, Merchants, St. Louis. Louis. rnw. MrCHBEBT dr Co.. Merchants . St.Court Mo of Hon. Jno. F. Rtland, Judge Supreme Hivwnnn. Crow tfc Co.. Merchants. St. Louis. Buckner, Hall & Co., Merchants, Cincinnati, Ohio. Sept. 9, 1857 ly. GORIN. on Shortstreetbetween Limesloneand May23,lB56 tf. l3OFFICE Upperstreets. HIMSELF TO THE dc ADMIRALTY COMMERCIAL KY. LEXINGTON, JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS AND FOR SALE AT July 1, 111- - 1 Mrs. HERRENSMITH TIES. GLOVE KID OXFORD Omceon St. Clair Street, with J. & W. L. Harlau. - DEVOTES AND KY. FRANKFORT, JOHN FLOURNOY, at Law, Notary Public, Attorney ENTS LASTING SHOES JOHN M. HARLAN. Price 60 cts per quire. SHERIFF'S REPLEVIN BONDS. Price 60 cts per ' quire. CIRCUIT CLERK'S EXECUTIONS. Price 60 cts per quire. ri.auk CHECKS, on Branch Bank of Kentucky, Frankfort, and Farmers' Bank of Kentucky. Price 51 per quire. Price $1 per quire. BLANK DEEDS. Orders from a distance for any of the bove named Books or Blanks will be promptly attended lo be when accompanied by the Cash; and if desired to the upon lorwarded by mail, thepostage will be be refunded by the person orderingihe condition thatit article to be sent by mall. 9, SMITH, WALLER & CO., REAL ESTATE BROKERS, MORRIS, o. 1 CHAS. 8. WALLER. Chicago, 111. RANDOLPH SMITH Chicago, CLOTHING The Weekly Commonwealth, a large mamevery Tuesday mornu ever brought to Frankfort. Consisting in part of the folANNUM, in ading at TWO DOLLARS PER lowing articles: vance. Attorney and Counselor at Law, Dress Coats, . Our terms for advertising, either in the FRANKFORT, KY., Weekly Commonwealth, will be as Over Coats, courts neia in r rauiiurt, uu the liberal as in any of the newspapers published in W- ILLLhpractice in allcounties. He will attend particu M(l1oini.i!r in 01 debts in any part of the State. the west. Pants and Vests. larly to the collection O" All letters upon business should be post- All business connaea to ui.u win moo. win. yiumy. Collars, Shirts, attention. paid to insure attention. street in tne new Duiiuiug moth sheet is published JANUARY KENTUCKY. FRANKFORT, VOL. 7. ' COMMONWEALTH. DAILY H C. PRO AL,' ( Morris Franklin, President oi the New York Life Insurance Company, being duty affirmed, doth declare and say, that to the best oi his knowledge, information and belief, the above statement is correct and true; that all the investments therein referred to were made iu good faitb.and not for any temporary expediency; that the assets of the said company were, at the date of the said statement $1,260,214 05, as therein set forth, and invested as therein stated. Affirmed this 22d day of July, 1857, before me. E. A. STANSBURY, Com. Dd. MORKIS FRANKLIN, President. true copy from the original on file in this office. Auditor's Office, Ky., July 1, 1857. THO. S. PAGE Auditor. A 61 THIRD STREET, LOUISVILLE, ; KENTUCKY if A large assortment of AUDITOR'S OFFICE, Frankfort, Ky., July Coach and Buggy Harness , Wagon and Cart Harness, ' 1,1857. f J This is to certify that HENRY WLNGATE,asAgentof the New York Life Insurance Company, of New York, at Frankfort Franklin county, has filed to this office the statements and exhibits required by the provisions of an act, entitled, "An act to regulate Agencies of Foreign Insurance Companies," approved March 3, 1656; and it having been shown to the satisfaction of the undersignOf every variety. ed that said Company is possessed of an actual capital TRUNKS, VALISES AND CARPET BAGS, of at least one hundred and fifty thousand dollars, as re. LINEN AND WOOLEN HORSE COVERS, &c. quired by said act, the said Henry Wingate, as Agent a aforesaid, isbereby licensed and permitted to lake risks All orders left with C. G. Graham, of Frankfort, or and transact businessof insurance at his office in Frankto the proprietor will receive prompt atten sent direct fort, for the term of one year from the date hereof. tioo. Persons visiting Louisville wanting articles in But this license may be revoked if it shall be made to will nod it to their interest to give me a call be- appear to the undersigned that since the filing of the my line fore purchasing elsewhere. statements above referred to, the available capital of Remember the Four Story Store, Third Street, said Company has been reduced below one hundred and July 13, 1857 6m. fifty thousand dot'- - . between Main and Market. Ip testimony lorooi, I have set my hand, the day and year above written. BALTIMORE THO. S. PAGE, Auditor. H. WIAGATK, Agent, 1857 ww. August 5, Frankiort, Ky. SADDLES AND BRIDLES FRESH OYSTERS. day commenced receiving Fresh WE have this Oyster, and willcontinueto receivethem daily during the Oyster season by xprts9, and sold exclusively for Cash by TODD. . CRAY Not. 11 1857 V HHDS. N. O. SUGAR, just reeeived and for sale by W. A. GAIN .KS. April 1, 1857. G IN If roil want (xcellent GIN call at May 15,1857. CEO. A. ROBSUTSON'S.

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