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TRI- WEEKLY KENTUCKY YEOMAN. 



THE PRICE OF LIBERTY IS ETERNAL VIGILANCE. 



VOL, XXXI. 



FRANKFORT, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 28. 1882 



NO. 10. 



TRI -WEEKLY YEOM AN. 

DECISIONS OF THE CCUBT OF APPEALS. 

Kentucky Court of Appeals, T 
Frankfort, October 21, 18S2. / 

T. Tinley ) 

vs.   Kenton CL’y. 

Alfred Martin, & c. J 

Judge Pryor delivered the opinion of th 
Court, as follows: 

Mirtin and Busse were sub-contractors 
under Smith, the latter having undertaken to 
build for Tr ley a house. The two sub- 
contractors (Martin and Busse) having per- 
formed labor and furn shed materials for the 
building, gave notice of their purpose to as- 
set t a lien under the mechanic’s lien law. 

An interview was had by all the parties and 
their attorneys, for the purpose of adjusting the 
trouble in regard to the lien, and it was then 
agreed that Smith, the contractor, should 
take a note held by Tinley on one McLaugh- 
lin for eight hundred and twenty-five dollars, 
to be assigned by Tinley to Smith, and by 
the latter to Martin, as the appellant con- 
tend-, and as the appellees insist, was held 
by*Mar:in for both himself and Bu*se, and 
that transfer was known by Tinley. 

Tinley d:d assign the note to Smith, on 
the 27th of June, 1874, agreeing in the as- 
signment to be bouna to Smith or his assigns 
in the event, after the exercise of the proper 
diligence by suit, the money was not made 
on the McLaughlin note. Smith, at the 
same time or on the someday, assigned the 
McLaughlin note to Martin, by the ordinary 
indorsement upon it. 

Some time after the assignment made by 
Smith to Martin of the McLaughlin note, 

Martin assigned a part of the note to Busse. 

McLaughlin went into bankruptcy and the 
assignee, Martin, failing to make the money 
on the note, Tinley became liable by reason 
of the assignment. • 

After the insolvency of McLaughlin, the 
a ppellant, Tln’ey, ascertained that Hidecker 
& C». held a note on Martin for 5870. wiih 
interest, and Martin being insolvent, Tinley 
proposed to Hidecker & Co. to as- 
sign him the note they held on Martin 
that he might use it as a set-off against Mir- 
tin’s claim upon him' by reason of the assign- 
ment of the McLaughlin note. After con- 
sulting with his attorneys, and being advised 
that he could use the note of Martin to 
H dec- er & Co. as a set-rff, he, Tinley, agreed j Californians 
with Hidecker & Co., that, as far as hecould 
make the no’e suit hi» purposes in that way, 
he would give him fifty cents to the dollar, 
and upon this .•’greement, the note was as- 
signed him on Martin. 

After the note was assigned, Tinley insti- 
tuted his ordinary action upon it against Mar- 
tin, [to which Martin filed his answer alleging 
that Tinley was not the real owner, and also 
pleading as a set-off the liability ofTtnley to 
him by reason of the note assigned on Mc- 
Lau bin. 

Basse came into the cise, by petition and 
answer, insisting that a portion of the Mc- 
Laughlin note had been assigned to him by 
Martin, and that Tinley had full knowledge 
cf the f ict that it was intended for his ben- 
efit as well as Martin ; $, at the time Smith 
made the assignment to Martin. 

% Tinley alleges that he had no such knowl- 
edge, and was without any notice of Busse’s 
claim to any pirt of the no’e until after he 
had made the contract with Hidecker & Co. 
and obtained the a-signmentof the note they 
held on Martin. Hidecker & Co. came into 
the case alleging that they only loaned the 
Martin note to Tinley, to be returned on de- 
mand. That they demanded the note, and 
the appellant, Tirvley, refused to surrender 
it. 

The testimony of the parties and their at- 
torneys was heard, and shows, on behalf of 
BuS'e, that when the assignment was made 
by Smith to Martin, it was agieedand under- 
stood that a part of the McLaughlin note, to 
the extent of Busse’s claim for woik, was to 
be assigned to him or wis for his benefit; 
that Tinley was present and heard it. This 
was denied by Tmley, and both Tinley and 
his a't;» r ney say that they heard no such con- 
sideration or agreement. The attorney p e- 
piring the assignment may not and doubtless 
did not hear the conversation, but it is evi- 
dent that Martin and Busse were both assert- 
ing lhiir liens, at the same time, for work 
done on Tinley’s building as sub-con- 
tractors under Smith ; and that, in 
ord«r to adjust the matter,^ Martin 
and Busee both employed an attorney, 
and went with that attorney to the 
office of th»* attorney of Tinley for that pur- 
pose The trouble was settled by accepting 
the McLaughlin note, and it is reasonable to 
suppose that Busse was to have some inter- 
est iu the note and some voice in the adjust- 
ment. 

Martin was insolvent and Busse was not 
willing to risk the original contractor, 

Smith ; and still, on the theory ol counsel, 

Busse had goue to the interview and con- 
sented to the settlement without any security 
whatever for his claim. It is certun that 
Martin agreed, at the time, to assign Busse 
a part of this rote, nnd to the extent of this 
note, and to the extent of his (Busse’s) 
claim. Hamilton, Busse, and M run also 
state, ar.d the question is, did Tinley know 
of this agreement ? He relies on the assign- 
ment to Smith and by Smith to Martin as 
conclusive of the question. The assignment 
to Martin does not preclude Busse from 
showing that he was beneficially interested 
in the McLaughlin note, aod that Tinley 
knew it. Martin says he was interested, 
a id, in a short time thereafter, did assign to 
Busse what he had agreed to assign at the 
interview and settlement had by all the par- 
ties. 

It would be unreasonable to conclude that 
Busse, who was asserting his lien, aban 
doned it at this settlement ; but the fact that 
he was to have an interest in the note is con- 
current with every other fact and circum- 
stance in the case. The negative statement 
made by the attorney for Tinley does not 
disprove the statements of Martin, Hamil- 
ton, and Bisse, who swear that Busse was 
beneficially interested, and that Tinley then 
knew it. 

Besides, what does Tinley lose by paying 
to Bus^e the value of the labor upon, or the 
material furnished in the construction of, his 
house? He has not purchased the note of 
Hidecker & Co., or parted with any consid 
eration whatever for its use. The on y 
equity he has consists in being permitted, by 
the holder of the note on Martin, to use so 
much of that note as a set-off to Martin’s 
claim as will be allowed on the hearing, and 
to account for it at the rate of fifty cehts on 
the dollar, and then returning to Hidecker 
& Co. the note. 

While this court has, in the two coses 
of Stivers vs. Cook, 9 B. Monroe, 

Graham vs. Bircliy, 1 M:tcalfe, adjudged 
in effect, that the note of a third party, 
when assign'd upon such a condition, 
may be used as a set-off. \ a court of equity, 
where the rights of others than the 
party who owes the note intervenes, would 
be reluctant to sanction such a speculation 
by aiding the party making the venture to de- 
feat an cknowledge equity. Such contracts 
ought not to be favored by either the chan- 
cellor or comm »n law judge, but where the 
debtor is alone involved, it may be that he 
will not be henrd to complain for being com 
pelled to discharge a debt he justly owes. 

S3 far, then, as the judgment in favor of 
Basse is concerned, it must be affirmed 

Nc do not understand the judgment in fa- 



vor of Martin to be final. It is aoju£ged 
that’Martin recovered of the plaintiff, TL'iey, 
the sum of $477 80, with interest from J?£e 
27th, and costs; but it is further provided 
that Tinley is rot to pay that judgment until 
further ordered. 

The judgment, however, is far too much 
if regarded as final, as Martin admits in his 
answer the piyinent of sixty dollars, and this 
should be credited; but it is not final, as the 
case is reserved to settle the claim as between 
Hidecker & Co. and Tinley, and no execu- 
tion can issue in favor of Martin. 

As between H. decker & Co., Tinley and 
Martin, the case is still under the control of 
the court below, and the suggestion as to 
the credit of sixty dollars is not mandatory. 

The appeal as to Mrrt'n and Hidecker & 
Co. is dismissed, and the judgment in favor 
of Busse is affirmed 

J. F. & C. H. Fisk for appellants. 

Cleary, Hamilton & Cleary for appellee. 



RESOURCES OF TEXAS. 

[From the New York World . 1 
Mr. C. E. Satterlee, secretary and treas- 
urer of the Texas and Pacific Railway, has 
returned to this city, after an inspection of 
the lines of the comp\ny, and was asked 
yesterday by a World reporter to tell whit 
he siw during the trip. He said : ‘ With 
the land c^mmis-ioner, and in a special car. 
I went over the whole r »ute from El Pas  
to New Orleans. I went first over the Rio 
Grande divisi»»n'from Fort Worth to El Paso, 
a distance of 616 miles. Thisdivison is in 
excellent condi ion, well ballasted with stone, 
and doing a very lar^e business, both local 
and through from California, the latter 
steadily increasing. Quantitiesof California 
wines are brought by this route to New 
O.leans and I or Europe. In a distance of 
seventy miles one day I counted thirteen 
loaded freight trains. Tne lands on which 
our land grant mortgage bonds are secured 
aie increasing in value every day. The 
company has no poor land; the whole 4,500,- 
000 acres is well located along the line of 
the Rio Grande division, is worth from 
#2 50 to $5 50 per acre, and it if perfectly 
safe to predict an advance of at least 5* per 
acre before another year passes. Emigra- 
tion is setting toward Texas, and I find the 
people prosperous and confident that great 
things are to be seen in the way of progress. 
At points where the soil was untried we 
have established experimental farms, and 
in every instance have been well rewarded. 

numbers are coming in 
and buying and leasing lands for agricul- 
tural as well as gnzing purposes. Our 
experiments have demonstrated that lands 
we have heretofore regarded as fit only for 
grazing will yield handsomely almost any 
crop planted. Sheep raising has taken well 
in this section, and the season’s yield of 
wool in one district is estimated at 3,000,- 
000 pounds. Towns along the line, such 
as Abilene, Color rdo, and Big Springs, 
are growing with great rapidity. In Ab- 
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little more than a year old. This is only 
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The business is growing and giving the 
road all it can do. In November 20,000 
bales of cotton were shipped over the line for 
Europe, in addition to the local business. 
From Fort Worth to the Atchafalaya river, 
400 miles, the cotton fields are not more 
than half picked. The yield is enormous 
and the platforms are full of cotton awaiting 
shipment. This, with the lumber, live stock, 
wool and misceilaneous business, will keep 
the road strained to its utmost for months to 
come. 

I throughly enjoyed the trip and feel al- 
most as if I had been to a new world. The 
climate is all that could he desired and the 
soil adapted to almost all products. Ibadim- 
mngined that the Staked Plain that is marked 
on all the maps was an alkali desert, sterile 
and devoid of veget  tion. I found instead 
a rich, genenrtis soil, impregnated with moist- 
ure, that will, in iny opinion, amply repay 
cultivation.” 



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nation wi h the phosphates, have long been 
regarded as the purest remedi 1 agent for dys- 
pepsia, general debility, and the long train of 
ills that follow a weakened physical nature. 
Dr. Harter’s Iron Tooic has proven the su- 
perior value of such a combination. It is a 
remedy that has come into general use for 
the troubles indicated, and no prominent 
druggist throughout the country is without 
it, so wide spread is the public demand for 
it. Iron of itself and calisaya bark as well 
— the two great specifics so much used — are 
very disagreeable medicines to take, and 
physicians often dislike to give them. In 
Dr. Harter’s Tonic they are combined in a 
palatable preparation, and one that does 
away w th the need of doctors’ prescriptions 
and doctors’ bills for a large class of diseases 
that afflict the human family. 



Proclamation by the Governor. 

0 U 5 O nEWARD, 

Commonwealth of Kentucky, ) 
Executive Department, j 

W HEREAS, IT HAS BEEN MADE KNOWN 
to me that a person or persons unknown, on 
or about the — day of November, 1863, in the 
county of Daviess, State of Kentucky, murdered 
one Willis Field, and are now fugitives from justice 
going at large 

Now, therefore. I, LUKE P. BLACKBURN, 
Governor of the Commonwealth aforesaid, do here- 
by offer a reward of TWO HUNDRED and FIFTY 
DOLLARS for the apprehension of said person 
or persons, the unknown murderer or murderers of 
the Slid Willis Field, and his or their delivery to 
the jailer of Daviess county. 

  In testimony whereof, I have hereunto 
f ) set iny hand, and caused tne seal of the 

■  L. S. ^Commonwealth to be affixed Done at 
(. J Frankfort, the 10th day of October, in the 
s — v—^ ’ year of our Lord one thousand eight hun- 
dred and eighty-two, and in the nirc y-first year of 
the Commonwealth. 

LUKE P. BLACKBURN. 

By the Governor: . 

James Blackburn, Secretary of State. 



Wo 

IRON 

TONIC 

Is a preparation of Protoxide of Iron, Peruvian 
Bark and the Phosphates, associated with the 
Vegetable Aromatics. Endorsed by the Medical 
Profession, and recommended by them for llja- 

pep»ia. Genrral llchilitr. Female Din- 
ease*, Want of Vitality, Xenons Pro** 
trillion. (omaleKeence from Fevers 
nnd Chronict'Iiillsand Fever. Itservea 

every purpose where a Tonic Is necessary. 

Manufactured by Th; Dr. Harter Medicine Co., St. Louis. 

The following is one of the very many testimo- 
nials we are receiving dally: 

Gentlemen :— Some three months ago I began the 
use of Dr. Harter’s Iron Tonic, upon the ad- 
vice of many friends who knew its virtues. I was 
suffering from general debility to such an extent 
that my labor was exceedingly burdensome to me. 
A vacation of a inanth did not give me much re- 
lief, but on tire contrary, was followed by in- 
creased prostration ami sinking chills. At this 
time I began the use of your Iron Tonic, from 
which 1 realized almost Immediate and wonderful 
results. The old energy returned and I found that 
my natural force was not permanently abated. I 
have used three bottles of the TONIC. Since using 
it I have done twice the labor that I ever did in the 
same time during my illness, aud with double the 
ease. With the tranquil nerve and vigor of body, 
has come also a clearness of thought never before 
enjoyed. If the Tonic has not done the work, I 
ki.ow not what. I give it the credit. 

Most gratefully yours, 

J. P. WATSON, 

Troy, O., Jan. 2, 1878. Pastor Christian Church, 

fur Sale by Druggists and General Dealers Evetywhe* 



Proclamation by the Governor. 

$250 REW ARD. 

Commonwealth ok Kentucky, 

Executive Department./ 

W HEREAS, IT HAS BEEN MADE KNOWN 
to me that 'I HOM *  S J ON ES stands indicted 
in *he county of Owen, State of Kentucky, for the 
willful murder of Ben Bromley, and is now a fugitive 
from justice, going at large. 

No*, therefore, 1, LUKE P. BLACKBURN, 
Governor of the Commonwealth aforesaid, do 
hereby offer a reward of TWO HUNDRED 
AND FIFTY DOLLARS for the apprehension of 
said Thos. Jones, and his delivery to the jailer of 
Owen county, and his conviction of the crime as 
charged in said indictment. 

In testimony whereof, I have hereunto 
set my hand, and caused the seal of the 
Commonwealth to be affixed. Done at 
Frankfort, the 23d day of October, in the 
* — . — • year of our Lord one thousand eight 
hundred and eighty-two, and in the 91st year 
of the Commonwealth. 

LUKEP. BLACKBURN. 

By the Governor; 

Jambs Blackburn, Secretary of State. 



Proclamation by the Governor. 

•300 KEWARP. 
Commonwealth of Kentucky, ) 
Executive Department, j 

W HEREAS. IT HAS BEEN MADE KNOWN 
to me that George W. J as well and Napoleon 
Laswell stand charged by indictment in Hsrt 
county, Kentucky, with ’he crime of willfully and 
maliciously cutting and wounding another pe son 
with in ent to kill, on the 29th day of J-epttmber, 
1882, and are now fugitives from justice going at 

*lfow, therefore, I, LUKE P. BLACKBURN. 
Governor of the Commonwealth aforesaid, do here 
by offer a reward of *1 HRb K HUNDRED DOL- 
LARS for the apprehens on s*id George W. Las- 
well and Napoleon Laswefl, or #150 for each or eit her 
of tl etn, and his or their delivery to the jailer 
of Hart county. 

In testimony whereof, I have hereunto 
set my hand, and caused the seal of the 
Commonwealth to be affixed. Done at 
Frankfort, the 13th day of October, in 
the year of our Lord one thousand eignt 
hundred and eighty-two and in the ninety-first year 
of the Commonwealth. 

LUKE P. BLACKBURN. 

By the Governor: 

Jambs Blackburn, Secretary of i tate. 






DP 5 sonir»Tioivr. 

George W. Lasw ell is about 50 years of age; 5^ 
feet in height; weighs about 135 pounds: has sandy 
hair; red face; blue eyes; goes clean-shaven, and 
by the name of Wash Laswell. 

Napoleon Laswell is about 26 years of age; 5 feet 
5 inefces in height; weighs. about 150 pounds; has 
light, sandy hair; gray eyes; and Fght complexion. 



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Ear tha Treatment of Affections arising 
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Irritation, Inflammation or Uloeration of tha 
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For the*** Aliments SMITH’* EXTRACT OF 
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CHRONIC INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS. 

Cbronic Inflammation of tbs Kidneys is characterised by 
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the lower part of the back, often extending down Into tho 
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colored appearance, and it marked by extreme variableness 
in quautity. If actual pain does not exist in the region of the 
kidneys, there is a tendency to soreness on pressure. These 
symptoms are more or less modified or chauged when other 
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Hav-FIower is far superior to the muoh lauded, advertised 
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failed; and he is quoted to that effeet in the United States 
Dispensatory, page 1512, a book to be found in almost every 
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for reference. Dr. Kiug, another high authority in pharma- 
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names hundreds of others might be added. 

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Proclamation by the Governor. 

Executive Deprtment. } 
fXTHERSAS, IT HAS BEEN MADE KNOWN 
VV to me that J AS 'N JEFF RSON ^of color) 
stands changed by indictment with the cri-nc of 
murder, com , nr tea on the 2d d ty of October, 1882, 
in the county of Woodford, .■  ate of Kentucky, on 
the person of Thomas Fisher, and is now a fugitive 
from justice going at large. 

Now, therefore, 1, LUKE P. BLACKBURN, 
Governor of the Commonwealth aforesaid, do here- 
by offer a reward of ONE HUNDRED AND 
FIFTY DOLLARS for the apprehension of said 
Jason Jefferson, and his delivery to the jailer of 
Woodford county. 

, — * — , In testimony whereof, 1 have hereunto 
set my hand, and caused the seal of the 
Commonwealth to be affixed Done at 
rankfort, the 31st day of October, in 
the year of our Lord one thousand eight 
hundred and eighty two, and in the ninety-first 
year of the Commonwealth. 

LUKE P. BLACKBURN. 

By the Governor : 

James Blackburn, Secretary of State. 

DBSO-RI3PTIOIM. 

Said Jason Jeffersrn has brown skin, slender 
figure, erect carnage, full, smo ihface, is about six 
feet iu height; likely and dressy; reads and writes; 
is unaccustomed to labor; and is about 22 to 23 years 
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Proclamation by the Governor. 

f OOO REWAUD. 

Common wk alt h or Kentucky, T 
Executive Department, j 

W hkreas.it has been made known 

to me that Robert McAfee, Rankin Moore, 
and Hir ni Ell s s'aud ch tged by indictment with 
the murde- of Elbert Combs, in tht county of 
Harlan, State of Kentucky, on or about the 6th 
day ot June. i83z, and are now fugitives from jua- 
tier going at large. 

Now, therefore, 1, LUKE P. BLACKBURN. 
Joveruorof the Commonwealth aforesaid, do hereby 
offer a reward of MX HUNDRED DOLLARS 
for the apprehension of the said Robert McAfee, 
Rankin Moore, and Hiram Ellis, or #200 for each or 
either of them, and his or their delivery to the jailer 
of Harl »n county, and his or their conviction of the 
crime as alleged in the said iniictment. 

, In testimony whereof, I have hereunto 

( J set try hand, and caused the seal of the 
L. S. V Commonwealth to be affixed. Done at 
J Frankfort, the 13th day of October, im the 
— year of our Lord, one thousand eight 
hundred and eighty-two. and in the ninety-first year 
of the Commonwealth. 

LUKE t BLACKBURN. 

By the Governor; 

Jambs Black pub n. Sseretary sf Stmts. 

Proclamation by the Governor. 

$300 REW ARD. 

Commonwealth of Kentucky, ) 

Executive Department./ 

W HEREAS IT HAS BEEN MADE KNOWN 
tome that a per on or persons unknown, or 
or about th; 6th day of November, 1882, in the 
county of Livingston, State of Kentucky, mur- 
dered one John U Morris, and are now fugitives 
from justice going at large. 

Now, therefore, I LUKE P. BLACKBURN, 
Governor of the Commonwealth aforesaid, do 
hereby offer a reward ol THREE HUNDRED 
DOLLARS for the apprehension of said unknown 
murderer or murderers of said John U. Morris, 
and his or their delivery to the jailer of said Liv- 
ingston county. 

z- — *•—   In testimony whereof, I have hereunto 
( 1 set my hand, and caused the seal of the 

  L. S.   Commonwealth to be affixed. Done at 
( J Frankfort, the 29th day of November, in 
the year of our Lord one thousand eight 
hundred and eight-two, and in the ninety-first year 
of the Commonwealth. 

LUKE P. BLACKBURN. 

By the Governor : • 

James Blackburn, Secretary of State. 



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to be engaged in the performance are 
persons of good moial character. The 
man who is to represent Christ is a 
Baptist minister of German origin, and 
the lady who is to appear as the Virgin 
Mary is a “comely voting iewess.” 



The marriage ol Mr. Wickliffe Preston 1 
son of Gen. William Preston, with Miss 
Sadie McDowell, of St. Louis, is an- 
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residence of the bride’s grandmother, 
Mrs. Brandt. They will go to Europe 
upon their bridal tour. 

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THURSDAY DECEMBER 28. 1882. 



The Interior-Journal carries its ani- 
mosity to Governor Blackburn rather 
farther than decent journalism admits 
when it wantonly and unjustly assails the 
Yeoman on his account. There is no 
truth in its statement that the Yeoman 
undertakes to "explain away " any dam- 
aging charges made against Gov. Black 
burn by a Republican newspaper. The 
Yeoman has spoken for the Public Printer 
on the subject to which the Interior 
Journal refers, and it presumes the Gov- 
ernor is able to speak for himself if he 
deems it necessary to do so. It is not, 
however, necessary for any Governor to 
enter a controversy with every newspaper 
reporter whoYhooses to discover a mare's 
nest, and tries to make a sensation. As 
far as the report of the Secretary of State 
is concerned, we presume G •vernor 
BUckburn would have no objection to 
its being published if it could be done 
without expense to the Stale 

Tuesday alternoon a letter from Capt. 
Linn Boyd to the South Kentuckian, .in 
relation to his connection with the late 
charges made against Capt. Sheldon, ap- 
peared in the Louisville Post, and yester- 
day morning Capt. Bind received 
notice from Captain Sheldon that 
his services would no longer be re- 
quired as Deputy R-gister ot the Land 
Office. An unpleasant difference be- 
tween these two gentlemen has existed 
for soms months, perhaps for a year, and 
that it has taken this shape is not a matter 
of much surprise. 

It is, however, anticipated that this 
severing of the business relations between 
them will be followed by a controversy 
in the courts, which will bring out all the 
terms of a private conttact, and setde the 
issue of the charges against the Register 
It is a source of general regrtt that any 
such troubles should have arisen between 
two gentlemen so closely connected as 
employees of the State. 

Mahone's letter to Miss Bettie Bum- 
gardner, postmistress at Honey ville, 

Page county, Virginia, notifying her that 
she had been assessed §2 for the bt nefit 
of the Readjuster party, is likely to go 
down into history as a model document. 
Senator Cockrell, in his speech on the 
Civil Service bill, quoted it among many 
other letters to show the character of the 
Republican machine, and it shows th e 
character of Mahone a little clearer than 
« he likes. It was certainly a very small 
business for a member of the United 
States Senate toengage in, and it required 
a sacrifice of the dignity of his position, if 
none of self-respect, when he placed his 
name to the missive. 

The publication of the pension list, 
which now holds over 300,030 names, it 
is thought will bring to light a very large 
number of impostors who are living at 
the expense of the people, and ranking 
with honorable soldiers who are justly en- 
titled to such compensation. By al 
means Itt us have a look at the list, and 
let us see if the same crooked work that 
has been developed in nearly every other 
depattment of the Government is not ap- 
parent in this. The belief is that there 
are very many fraudulent pensioners — 
men who were never enlisted in the 
army, who were never in a battle, and 
who never bore a gun. 

The Senate refused to concur in the 
House resolution to take a holiday recess, 
but on Saturday evening it adjourned 
until Wednesday — yesterday — when the 
consideration oi the Civil Service bib 
was to have been resumed by argument 
. Pending the discussion of this measure 
on Saturday, there was an animated pas- 
sage of words betwen Senator Butler, of 
South Carolina, and Senator Hoar, of 
Massachusetts, in which, as usual, the 
latter came out second b»st. 



The admiration and respect which 
Col 1 -gersoll expresses for Dorsey is 
something wonderful. The court at 
Washington finds it no easy tnattertore 
strain him in declarations of his high per- 
sonal regatd for the eminent Star-Rotfter. 
His opinion has doubtless been " exps 
dited” by a large fee. 

It is stated that more than half of the 
Republican editors in the United States 
are drawing salaries from the Govern- 
ment. 

Mr. Beck has the fl -or of the Senate 
to-day for the purpose of discuss ng the 
civil service bill introduced by Mr Pen- 
dleton. 

Mr. Hoar led tne ne nagogue move- 
meat in the Senate on the adjournment 
question. 



A dispatch from Washington on Tuesday 
announced the appointment of Morris C. 
Hutchins as postmaster at Mivsville, in 
the place of J. M. Stockton. The Presi 
dent could have done nothing to create 
greater dissatisfaction in that city. Stock- 
ton was acceptable to all the citizens, and 
Hutchins will not be. It remains to be 
seen whether he will be confirmed by the 
Senate. 

It is not denied that Mrs. Laboucherie 
went to Richmond to obtain a divorce 
from her other husband, Mr. Pigeon; but 
it is a matter of wonder that she didn’t 
got - Illinois, where such work is done 
more quietly and with greater expedi- 
tion. 

The New York World speaks of Gen. 
Jno. S. Williams as an "amiable and at- 
tractive sort of Bourbon,” and then 
pilches into him for opposing Senator 
Pendleton’s Civil Service Reform bill. 

Brother Barnes has called upon his 
friends in Kentucky to furnish him means 
to prosecute his work in New York. He* 
will meet with cheerful responses from 
many places 

The Associated Press and the Western 
Union Telegraph Companyhave entered 
into another contract which is to endure 
for ten years. 

Charles Algernon Swinburne is to be 
tbe next American sensation. He is 
coming here to lecture upon the art of 
poetry. 

It is a little doubtful whether there was 
a quorum in the Senate yesterday, and 
very doubtful about a quorum iu the 
House. 

The Owen Democrat has no informa- 
tion that Hon J. W. Perry will be op- 
posed for a re-election to the Legislature. 

Col. J. D. Taylor h is been nominated 
for Congress by the Republicans of the 
Seventeenth district ot Ohio. 

The State Journal of Satuiday contains 
a handsome biographical sketch of Hon. 
Thos. L. Jones. 

The House has been sitting down upon 
Mr. White; but what of that ? He’s 
used to it. 

Dorsey says he has a reserved batch 
of letters that may yet find their way intc 
print. 

The Webster Record announces Hon 
J J, Nall a candidate tor the Senate. 

Gail Hamilton ts to be the guest ol 
Senator Blaine during this winter. 

Col. T. D. Marc im, edi’or of the Ken. 
tucky Democrat, has a v- ry manly and 
unanswerable editorial in his last issue 
upon the subject of the late mob at Ash- 
land. As a prominent citizen of Boyd 
county he has a right to speak, and he 
does so fairly and dispassionately, giving 
the people of the State clearly to under- 
stind that the better class of people in 
Boyd are not defenders or excusers of the 
mob that brought disaster to Ashland. 
In reply to an article which appeared in 
the Ir dependent, signed ' Veritas Vincit,’’ 
he says : 

“Veritas Vincit” L the fir-tto charge that 
the mob, which wa. organ zed at Ashl- d 
on the list day of CM -b  ra-d which atlacked 
on the h-s day of November the sheriff of 
the county and the State iroops that had in 
cu.'ody the prisomr- N-al and Craft, was 
composed ol ‘ Drm -cra'ic ruirrs and leadeis 
of 'he oarty.” and responsibl; for the deaths 
and suffering that ensued.” If there was a 
Dem ic-a'ic official of Boyd c  u ltv or the 
Sae 0? Kentucky in the mob, we d.d nit 
see him. If there w  s ai y pr -m- -ent 
Den o rat of B -yd c iumy or the Sate 
of K n. ucky adi-ig and ac'ing with 
the mob, we di I not observe him, and 
have n-ver before heird of it. Therefore, if 
‘‘Democratic tulrrs and leaders if the pary” 
were not in, leading or c--ntr Ili-g tte at- 
tacking parties, how in the name i f common 
sense are they or thep r y to be hi In respon- 
sible for what occurred ? But ll it is true, 
will -‘Veritas Vincit” or the ed’tor of ihe In- 
de;-enilent(?), wh-i so fully indorses the 
views of the former, p ease till us why (he 
Uw-ab-ding Repub leans ol A hland. with 
their Re -ublican Mayor, Marshal and police- 
men, ( id not take some steps to compel 
th- m to di-band ? Why was it .hat the Re- 
public in Mayor of that ci j failed t 1 issue 
h s proclamation commanding these ‘‘Derao- 
cra-ic ulers and leaders of the party," who 
h d unlaw fully seized private property, to- 
wn : a railroad, and wrre obstructing the 
owners in its free use, to disperse, 
and if they failed 10 do so issue 
w rrants and caus- them to be a-rrsted 
f .r " conf-de a’-ng and binding together 
f -r unlawful purpose-? ’ Had such a c «urse 
been pursu d by the - fficials of Ashland, 
b ck--l by her good ci izens, the terrible 
tr gedy about which so much has been said 
that ought not to have been said w -ul-t n--t 
have occurred, and the people of B -yd 
county and Eastern Kentucky would nut be 
cl s-ed as a great mob on account of the acts 
of two or three hundred men who I ve in 
one -own. and whose conduct is condemned 
by at leist four-fifihs of the citizens of E ist- 
ern K mucky 

TOM OCHILT-EE INTERVIEWED. 

(Associated Press dispatch.) 

Cclinel Tom Ocht tree s y- tha', while he 
will support and vole for Bl rkburn for 
Sbeaker of the Forty-eighth Congress, if 
nominated, he will not do it as a Demo- 
crat. He will support, he says, also, ihe 
A Imint-trat on of Pre ioent Arthur, but 
not as a R. pufd can. 

**Mv people,” sod he “elected me as an 
Indepen ent. I w-ll go back to the Demo- 
cratic pany when it becomes a Na ional 
par y, and is not led by foohsh and timid 
leaders. The Republ can parly has given 
Confederate sob ins daces all over the 
ciunt , and yet J t B ackhurn was beaten 
for t -c Speakership of the la-t Congr-ss be- 
cause he was a C nfedcraie. 1 am for the 
lciver an.i H r • r B 11 , and for this rtaso I 
am against Sam. Randall, who never yet d 
for one. I am lor all appropriations and 
the old flag. I am against all taxation.” 



A 'arge audience gathered in the ball of 
the Union League Cluh last evening to listen 
to an address by Mr. John Eaton, United 
States Commissioner ol Education at Wash- 
ington, on “Illiteracy, as shown-by theCen- 
sus of 1880.'’ Dr. Agnew, Vice-President 
of the club, pre-iden. Among those who 
were present were Dr. Henry Barna-d, of 
Connecticut Richard B. Butler, Henry 
Berg, W. E. Libby, the Rev. Dr. S. Irerarus 
P. ime, the Rev D Geo. H. Hcpworth, Mr. 
Catkins, D. H. Hawkins, S. A. Wbeclright, 
and Prof. Elie Charlier. Mr. E iton said tha , 
though nearly twenty years had pissed sine 
the declarati n of universal freedom, there 
were 3,220,878 of the c- lored population 1 1 
the age of ten years and u -wards who 
could not write, or a number equal to the 
whole population of the original thirteen 
Slates The illiterate whites number 2.255,. 
460 persons of the same ages. Of the 
achiveraeiils of religion he said the Church 
has a great influence upon education, but the 
money invested in the education of women by 
tneCnurch was not one-fiftieth the amount of 
money expended for the college educa- 
tion of mm. Yet if provisions were made 
ny the Church to meet the want, it would 
be at a co-t of $308 oco.ooo. It would take 
10,000,000 rghgiou- papers to furnish one to 
eacu fam iy. The sitting capacity forthe Sab- 
bath is 28. 1 70,000, but it would require an ad- 
ditional 21,850 000 to provide accommoda- 
tions for ihe remai -der of the population. 
Mr. Eaton said that it was absurd to expect 
that the Church should take the responri- 
bility of ihe education of our youth. Free 
education could only be promoted by the 
Slate. In every Stale there are liberal pro. 
visi -ns for the education of ihe people. Ye! 
these advinttges are inadequ ite. The 
Speaker said that the people w to seemed 10 
think that Senator Logan’s proposition to 
make the appropriation for the education 01 
tne youth of this country ($60, exx), coo) was 
too much money to be expended were -ms- 
taken. Senator Logan’s figures were 850, 
000,000 short. To prepare the necessaiy 
teachers for the benefit ot the popu- 
lation who are unable to attend sch-o 
it would require 511,000,00-3, and the 
expenses for the first year w -uld be $110,- 
000,000. In our cities there is an absence 
on the average of two-fifths of the school 
population. To give to children of Sou h 
Carolina ihe proper a vantages for education 
it would require a tax of 3 per cent upon the 
people of the S at*. In these Southern 
States there a e 2,984.383 of the population 
aged twenty-one and upwards who canno. 
wriie. In tne United States 'here are 1,878.- 
216 voters who cannot write ; in twelve 
States there are more than 100,000; and 
in eleven S'a-es alone the illit-rate voters 
outnumber the voters of ordinary intel- 
l-gence. .The voters of the two par 
ties in the last Presidential election show 
that in all but five of the States in the Union 
there were enough illiterate men to rever.-e 
the results of the election in each of the 
States, 

Mr. Stealey reports the following utter- 
ance from Mr. Carlisle on the tobacco 
question : 

I believe the time has come when those 
who are known to be kindly to the interests 
involved in the agitation of this subject 
should spe-.k plainly. After a care'ul sur- 
rey ol the situation I am entirely satisfied 
that no act respecting the tax oil tobacco, 
snuff and cigars cm be passed at this session, 
and I am almost as well satisfied that the 
Senate will not agree to any reduction below 
twelve cents a pound on tobacco, and f  ur 
dollars a thousand on cigars. In fact, it is 
not by any means certain that those smiil 
reductions will he made. The Sera'e Fi- 
nance Committee proposes to revise the 
whole tariff svstem in the bill which contains 
these proposed reductions of internal taxes, 
and of course the pass ge of such a com- 
prehensive measure is to say the least very 
uncertain. I ihii k the manufacturers and 
deal-rs in tobacco, snuff and cigars can safe- 
ly as.ume that 'he question of npea- is set- 
tled. The agitation ought now to cease in 
order that tr-d- may go in its usual course. 



ANOTHER RAILROAD ENTERPRISE. 

(Fron the Licking Scorcher J 

The M u-ehead, West Liberty, & Salyers- 
ville railroad company tffteted a partial or- 
gan zattbn on the 12th inst., and will com- 
plete it at this pla e on the 8th of January, 
1883 The proposed road will run up the 
valley of the Licking, penetrating the best 
coal-field in Eastern Ky., as well as a primi- 
tive forest of as good timber as can be found 
on the continent. When this road is built it 
will open up the resources of this favored 
region, and cannot bul be one of the best lines 
iti the S'ate for profitable transportation and 
t av I. Tne corporators are men of energy 
and enterprise, and w ill push the matter with 
all poasib.e industry 10 completion. 

 13 SLOW. 

[From the Washington Post.J 

The experience ol Piesidentiil candidates 
who have been trott d into the fi.ld and put 
through their paces a year or iw - before the 
time fir nominations to be made does not 
present great encouragement to the friends 
of ambitious or protni.ing statesmen to lead 
out theif favorites at this very early day. 

THE MAYSVILLE KNITTING COMPANY. 

[From the New Republican.] 

The Maysville Knitting Company put in 
several expensive new mschines last week, 
and are now better prepared than ever to 
turn out first class goods. Ov -r one hundred 
operatives are now employed in the various 
departments, and the demand for their tnanu- 
factu es is constant y on the increase. 
Messrs. Jtnuaty & Thomas now devote all 
their i ne to pushing their enterprise, which 
we are gDd to stale is already a success, and 
an honor 10 lh*m and 'o M-ysv'lle. 

Georgetown had a seven thousand 
dollar fire Tuesday. The drug store of 
Geo. W. Fuzgerald was destroyed, and 
other property was damaged. 

ARMED Tt THE TcETH 

Is a very common expression, but we think 
that armed 10 embellish and preserve them 
to a ripe o'd ege is decidedly more appro 
priate. Tri- can be done by keeping your- 
self snpp ied wish a bottle of that spendid 
dentitiice, Fragrant SOZODONT, which 
will beautify the teeth and preserve th m 
from tbe ravages of decay. SOZODONT 
conlainsno acids or gritty substances which 
injure the enamel, but is composed of tare 
and antiseptic herbs, which have a benefi- 
cial effect on the whole economy of the 
mouth. Sold by druggists. 



We have never seen a newspaper come 
out more handsomely than the Licking 
Valley Scorcher It seems but a little 
time since it was an eight-by-ten, rudely 
printed and badly arranged sheet, and 
now it is a good sized journal of twenty- 
four columns, well printed, well edited 
and full of advertisements, ft manifests 
enterprise, anti it deserves encourage- 
ment. 



VOILE OF THE PEOP.E 
R. V. Fierce. M D., Buffalo, N. Y. : 

I bad a serious disease of the lungs, and 
was for a time confined to my ned and under 
His prescriptions 
did not help me. 1 grew worse, coughing 
very severely. I commenc’d taking your 
“Golden Medical Discovery,” and it cure.1 
me. Yours respectfully, 

JUDITH BURNETT, 

Hillsdale, Mich. 



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ANOTHER NAILED. 

ISpecial to the Courier-Journal.] 

Washington* Dec. 23.— A few days 
since a Western newspaper contained an al- 
leged interview with Joseph E. McDonald, ; the care of a physici an. 
in which he was made to use s-une uncom- 
plimentary language about Representative 
Blackburn in regard to bis race for Speaker. 

The paragraph has been extensively quoted 
by the Republican press, and created a great 
JtaLuif comment in this city. Those who 
know Mr. McDonald were satisfied that he 
had never given utterance to the matter re- 
ported, for he is not that kind of a man. 

While in Washington he was solicited for 
a- 1 interview by a number of repre seniatives 
of leading newspapers, but dee med to talk, 
saying that he h d nothing to say about any- 
thing that could be of interest to the public 
at this time. 

The proof that Mr. McDjnald never held 
'he interview reported was received to-day. 

It was a private letter to a friend, as fol- 
low-: 

“I thank you for calling my attention to 
the article in the Cleveland Leader, which I 
had not before seen. Say to ail friends who 
-nay feel an an interest in the matter that 
here is not one word of truth in ihe article. 

Mv respect for Mr. Blackburn would not 
permit meto entertain, much less express, 
such sentiments as are attiibu’ed to me in 
ihe pretended interview; and I have never 
thought or said that Mr. Randall was d ing 
inythrng that an honorable man m ght n. t 
do to secure the Speasership ” This should 
settle the pretended interview. 



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GOV. ANDERSON TO MRS. BLACKBDRN. 

The following letter from Gov. Charles 
Anderson to JVlrs. Governor Blackburn w*ill 
explain itself. It is a characteristic utter 
ance from a man distinguish , d for his 
broad views, and his pure public life. 

Kuttawa, Ky. , December, 1882. 
Mrs. Julia C. Blackburn, Frankfort , Ky: 

My Dfar Madam : I respond most cor- 
dially in sympathy with your sentimen-s and 

od deeds in behalf of these wretched con- 
victs of our State prison. Knowing how very 
many of them are absolutely innocent of the 
crimes for which they suffer such punishments 
— how many have been guilty through the in- 
fluences of mi-fortunes which they neither 
aused norc»uld have controlled ; th*t the 
very worst of them need our pity and 
lescrve our justice, I find it impo^s ble fo 
me to be callous to ihtir sufferings be) ond the 
Uw, much less to wish to see the whole class 
treated as outcasts from business, societv, 
religion, even from hrpe. I  aid the “whole 
class,’ and I meant it ; fur I fully believe 
'hat we may take a census of our 
Kentuckians, and that nine out of 

tea of them (ind many of them sen- 
s ble and good people too) will not merely 
adjudge them all and each to be equally 
guiltv, equil'y  rrev l.umal 1-, and therefore 
quilly beyond the pale « f all pity, care, or 
eff rts to save th«m. Many of these g o^ 
itizens (“sticklers for l«w and order”; tor- 
get that this c «urse is neither “l w” nor 
•order;” for the law apportions their sev- 
eral penalties to their re pecnv* crimes, « »r 
upposed crimes, and even — alas ! h  w va nly 
— procla m  in the very name of U — “Black 
H le of Calcutta” —penitence to be a chiet 
purpose of their imprisonment, as wed for 
their reformation as for the genera) go  1. 
And great numbers of these “unco gude” 
men and women, who are so feroci us in 
their own untempted honesty and virtue, are 
Christians! Bat they seem never to recall 
that subiimest lesson trom Calvary, that be- 
fore all the Disciples, Apostles, saints and 
martyrs, the very first human soul admitted 
into their Saviour’s new Kingdom ol Heaven 
was that must infamous convict, th- “ thiel ” 
on the cross. He had no one deed ot law, 
»rder, or of any merit to plead, and y^t 
“This day shall thou hi with Mein Pa'adise !” 
(ieclaim-d to the countless coming ages His 
pardon and Chi isi's love for convicts. Iam 
not a Christian; I would 1 were; but I, 
even I, cannot helpseeing — yes, and feeling, 
too — this difference between that Christ and 
these “Chi istians ” 

God bless you then, my dear friend, and 
your noble associates in this great charity — 

I think the greatest of the age. I do not 
mean to say that these poor wretches more 
deserve our sympathies and efforts than mul- 
tidudes of other unfortunates of c ur couni ry 
or race. But they have so little of pity, or 
justice, or care, in comparison with these 
others. It is so natural to forget the prison- 
ers, to trust to the comforts of a prison, and 
to the mercies of wardens and jailers; so 
facile a Phariseeism to scoff at felons, k -. , 
that there is more space and opportunity 
left unoccupied amidst this class than 
amongst the rival chaiities. 

God be praised, then, dear madam, that 
he has put it in your heart, and in the heai ts 
of the other ladies of the Prison Sunday 
School, to cherish these kindly, philamhrop- 
ic, patriotic, and Christian se timents l ,x 
the prisoners and captivess. 

But I did npt think of writing you ahom- 
ile when I took my seat to answer your kind 
letter. Indeed, at the tlise ofa three we^-ks 
confinement by fever, I did not fed able to 
do more than to inclose the within mite 
(ten do lars). I wish it could be ten times 
as much; but I fear my creditors might think 
it more than 1 oug t to spire. You are 
welcome to it none the less. 

With the best wishes of thishappiest of the 
seasons for you, and all whom you love or 
pity,* I am, most sincerely your friend, 
CHARLES ANDERSON. 



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NOTICE. 

T HKRF will bk a meeting of the 

Stockholders of the Dep sit Hank uf Frank- 
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dao-4t. 



A SALAM ANDER. 

[From the Cincinnati Commercial.] 

The Commercial- Ad veitiser office in Buf- 
f do was deslro/ed on the 21 at, but Ihe paper 
came out the neX' day in very good shape. 

It is well-known that but a small portion 
of the value of a newspaper is material. 
The great item is the good will, which is in- 
destructible by fire. 

The Commercial Advertiser had a rival, 
the Express, and the c ntroversies between 
the two pipers were frtqucnt and fierce, 
sometimes almost ferocious. While the Ad- 
vertiser office was in flames, the wicked edi- 
tor of the Express a (dressed to his depr- ved 
-ut unfortunate contemporary the following 
affecting note: 

“ Dear Sir — I deeply regret to hear of the 
destruction ofyour beautiful ■ ffice. A :1 the 
facilities of the Express are cordially at your 
disposal immediately. If you will notify me 
this evening, I will undertake to get our the 
Commercial, in its full siz% on time, to 
morrow evening. Don’t let existing di'- 
Terence deter yuu fiom commanding my 
best services ” 

It is cheering to believe that there are a 
few human beings still connected w.th the 
press. The editor of the Advertiser said in 
reply : 

•« Words fail to express our heartfelt 
gratitude for these mai ife^tanonr. of profes- 
sional courtesy. Thev do much to alleviate 
the bitterness of the disaster, and to ^how 
that our contemporaries are Iriemis indeed, 
because of their readiness to be friends in 
need.” 



"MADE N tW AGAIN." 

Mrs. W n. D Rvckraan, St. Catharines. 

0 t., s*ys: “R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N Y., 

1 have used your ‘Favorite Pre-cripticn,* 
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and find myse lf — (vhat shall I say ?) — 'made 

; new ag ihe only words that express 
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1 walk across th fi*r v thout fainting, could 
keen nothing u. c shape of food on my 
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I all nope, m.y immediate death seenn dee rta n. 
I now live (to tbe surprise of everybody), and 
am able to do my own work.” 









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SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LIVER. 

Bad Breath; Pain in the Side, sometimes the 
pain is fdt under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken for 
Rheumatism; general loss of appetite; Bowels 
generally costive, s metimes alternating with lax; 
the head is troubled with pain, is dull and heavy, 
with considerable loss of memory, accompanied 
with a painful sensation of leaving u  ■’ one something 
which ought to have been done; a slight, dry cough 
and flushed face is sometimes an attendant, often 
mistaken for consumption; the patient complains 
of weariness and debility ; nrrvous, easily startled; 
feet cold « r burn ng, sometimes a prickly sensation 
of the skin exists; spirits are low and despondent, 
and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene- 
ficial. yet one can hardly suipmon up fortitude to 
try it — in fact, distrusts every' remedy*. Several 
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases 
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet 
examination after death has shown the Liver to 
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young, whenever any of the above 
symptoms appear. 



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* J. Gill Shorter, Governor of Ala. 
lion. Alexander H. Stephens, of Ga., 
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44 The only Thing that never falls to 

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FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS 



FIRE COMPANIES 
Organized. Anne t*. 

1782. Phcenix (London) — $5,266,167 45. 
1804. Union (Phil) — 87ii797 35, 

1823. Mercantile Marine — 753,030 66. 

1844. La Confiance — 6.695,662 24. 

1849. Glens Falls — I »° 33,979 

1853. Williamsburgh City — 1,2x0,835 68 - 
1856. Firemen’s of Dayton, 456,910 60. 



18 — . Hamburg Mag. — 

1864. Star — 

1865. Traders — 

1869. New Hampshire — 
1871. N ational ( Hart.) — 



887,863 06. 
864,399 71. 
1,100,000 00. 

685.334 3 °- 
*,524.843 24 - 



REPRESENTED. 

Organized. A .nets. 

1797. Norwich Union — $3,292,939 24 
1810. Newark Fire — 766,194 60 

1818, American | Boston) — 551,761 39 
1833 British America — 1,439,866 gg 

7849. Springfield — 2,077,377  0 

1851. Western Assurance 1,222 008 18 
1853. Girard — 1.153.364 38 

1855. Firemen’s (N. J.) — r, 480, 850 50 
1858. Merchar.tsfN. J.J — 1,479,44956 
1858 Tradesmen — 544,441 41 

1865. Union of Cal. — 1,215,604 72 

1865. Peoples (N.J.) — 457,014 gi 

1869. Northw't’n Nat. — 1,204,193 ga 



LIFE 

Mutual Benefit (N. J.) 



AND ACCIDENT COMPANIES. 



Assets. 

$ 38 , 7 * 4.345 53 - 

This is one of the oldest life companies in the world, and does a larger business in Kentucky than any 
other company. Assets. 

Traveler’s (accident) Hartford $5,854,000 00. 

This is the Oldest Accident Insurance Company in America, and the Largest Lite and Accident Com 
pany in the World It writes General Accident Policies by the day, month, or year, insuring men of a 
trades and occupations. A policy costs but a trifle. 

Fair Rates. Prompt Settlements. Blotters and Calendars FREE. 

E. HENSLEY & SON’S 



FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. 

MAIN STREET, TWO DOORS EAST OF POST-OFFICE. 

FIRE AND LIFE ASSETS OVER $100,000,000. 

We represent a number of Companies, among 
the largest in the world. 

We adjust our own losses, and have paid over 
$160,000 to our Frankfort patrons in 18 years. 

To them we are pleased to refer the public. 
Terms reasonable, and all losses MET PROMPT- 
LY, AND SQUARELY AND FAIRLY AD- 
JUSTED. 

m27-tf. 



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ritation tlmt c.iu.c.4 il.e cough. It cleanses 
flic lungs of al I impurities, strengthens 
them when enfeebled by disease, invigor- 
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Fine Dress Goods Reduced. 
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TRL* WEEKLY YEOMAN 



THURSDAY DECEMBER 28, 1882. 



Old Time ol serves ; Ii is not lar 
Until th*t n ? ppy day, 

•When I may light a fresh cigar 
And throw a stump away. 



f KKMONAI,. 

Miss Tiilie Taylor, of Lexington, is visiting 
Mr . C. R. Bradley, Clinton street. 

Col. John A. Hearn, from the State-at- 
large, is in the city, the guest of Col. Shee- 
han. 

Col. and Mrs. J. Stoddard Johnston returned 
[from Abilene by the C. & O. train Sunday 
r night. 

Mr. John Bratz and his daughter, Miss 
Lizzie Bralz, of Springfield, Ills., are visiting 
fi tends in the city. 

John R.jGreen, of, Louisville, after spend- 
ing a few days with his father and mothei, 
^(Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Green), in South Frank- 
fort, has returned to his home. 

Messrs. Grant Green and Prather Zanone, 
of Louisville, are spending the Christmas 
with the family of C. S. Green, in South 
Fianklort, and are enjoying the society of 
our Frankfort girls amazingly. 

There will be a called meeting of the 
City Council on Thursday evening 
(Dec. 28, 1882), at 7 o’clock, P. M., the 
object being to settle up all accounts 
made by the present board. 



The gas light is now perfect in nearly 
all parts of the city. The company, after 
no little trouble and a good deal of ex- 
pense, is now provided with sufficient 
water to purify its gas, and to enable it to 
give a satisfactory light in every burner 
where the pipes are in order. 

=^=\ 

Mrs. Margaret Conner Normaiv relict of 

the late Benjamin Norman, died at the 
old family residence in Boone county on 
the 24th inst , in the 74th year of her age. 
She was the last surviving daughter of 
the Rev. Lewis Conner, one of the pio- 
neer Baptist ministers in Northern Ken- 
tucky. 



The new Council will assemble next 
week, and we suppose will take steps to 
give us a new theatre or Opera House. 
If we are to have this desirable feature 
at the expense of the tax-payersj the 
sooner the belter. The only stipulation 
we have to make is that it be handsomely 
done. Let us have a place of resort that 
will be safe, comfortable and handsome. 



Saturday night, as a party of young 
men from Alton were leaving the city in 
a vehicle, they concluded to join the 
Christmas hullabulloo by firing their pis- 
tols, and in doing so a young man named 
James Parker received a dangerous and 
painful wound in the elbow of the 
left arm He was taken to the residence 
of Dr. U. V. Williams, where he was 
kindly cared for, and his wound properly 
dressed. Dr. Williams says it is almost 
exactly like the wound received by Mr. 
Charles Taylor. 



Mr. Charles E. Taylor is not yet able 
to resume his duties in the telegraph of- 
fice. 



There was a pleasant party at the resi- 
dence of Jno. W. Rodman. Esq , Tuesday 
night, given in honor of the Messrs. Hind- 
man, who are his guests. 



Dr. U. V. Williams had the good luck 
to win a quarter of the premium beef at 
Collins' raffle Monday night. The 
steak he sent us was as tender and juicy 
as the bear meat we received from Burk- 
hardt. 



A great many fine articles that were 
not disposed of at private sale were raf- 
fled for on Monday night. The hand- 
some dressing case at Hughes & Chiles’, 
valued at $25, was won by Mr. Clarence 
Kendall. 



CITY ELECTION— SCHOOL TRUSTEES. 

By order of the Board of Councilmen of 
Ihe city of Frankfort, an election for 
three School Trustees will be held 
on Saturday, January 6, 1S83, to serve 
tor the term of two years, to be elected by 
the qualified voters of said cily. Said elec- 
tion to be held at the following places, viz: 

First Precinct — At the office of Henry 
Williams’ Livery Stable. 

Second Precinct — Court-house. 

Third Precinct — Markel -house; with the 
following officers of election : 

I'irst Precinct — J. D. Robi .son, George 
Huffman, judges; Ed. M. Drane, clerk; II 
G. Banta, sheriff. 

Second Precinct— D. J. Haly, Lewis 
Weitzrl, judges; John W. Milam, clerk; J. 
Lampion Price, sheriff. 

7 hird Precinct — John Henderson , M. H. 
P. Williams, judges; W. M. Saffell, clerk; 
Chas. Featberston, sheriff. 



Piano for Sale— jOn very reasonable 
terms. Apply at thii office. 

A handsome cottage for rent. Inquire 
of ’* H. T. STANTON. 

CANCER* AND OTHER TUMORS 

are treated wiljh unusual success by World’s 
Dispens-.ry Medical Association, Buffalo, N. 
Send stamp for pamphlet. 



The music at Ascension Church Christ- 
mas morning wjts pronounced thegrand- 
‘est ever heard in that edifice. 

Remember Philip Seibert, the jeweler 
buys direct from the manufacturer. 



The best assortment of fine opera 
glasses and gold-headed walking canes 
at Pnilip Seibert’s, the jeweler. 



Mr. Dallas Crutcher received by ex- 
press on Christmas a rare wooden image 
of a Sandwich Island lady, which he will 
have on exhibition this week. 



Some merchants complain that they had 
a limited trade on Christmas, and others 
say they did as well as usual. Friday 
and Saturday of last week were gloomy 
and disagreeable days, and people were 
not out in as full force as they would 
otherwise have been. 



Mrs. Dr. W. H. Hall is prepared to fill 
orders .or flowers for the coming hop. 
She has a fine yield of Marschal Neil oses, 
camelia japonicas, and ether desirable 
and beautiful flowers. Orders for J^u- 
quets, boutonniers, and cut flowers may 
be left at Dr. Hall’s drug store. 



Seibert had an astonishing trade in 
silverware and jewelry. He was kept 
busy for the whole week preceding 
Christmas day in engraving articles sold 
by him. He saye he had little rest day 
or night, but is grateful to his customers 
for their kind patronage, and is none the 
worse for his labor. 



CALDWELL-BOWDEN. 

[From the Herald-Enterpise, Dec. 20, 188a. J 

This morning, Tat 8:30 o’clock. Miss Kate 
K. Bowden, eldest daughter of Judge James 
H. Bowden, will be married to Henry M. 
Caldwell, one of the propiietors of this pa- 
per, of which he is also business manager. 
The ceremony will be performed by Rev. Jas. 
H. Morion, at the home of the bride, in the 
presence of relatives and a few iutimate 
friends. 

Miss Bowden is one of Russellville’s most 
loveable young ladies, distinguished for her 
amiability and bright intellect. Mr. Cald- 
well’s admirable qualities, both of mind and 
heart, are known to a large circle of ac- 
quaintance*, and those who know him best 
admire and respect him most. 

•■Here’s to their very good health ; may 
they live long and prosper.” N. 



There is is a sign of first-rate coal to 
be seen at Macklin's office. It has been 
burning steadily for two weeks, has not 
been replenished, and is apparently not 
exhausted. 



Solid silver, sterling 
Seibert's, the jeweler. 



Frankfort, Kv., Dec. 26th, 1882. 
Editors Yeomtin: 

Please insert in your morning's issueof the 
Yeoman the names of the foil .wing gentle- 
men to act as Trustees of City School for the 
ensuing term, viz: Edward Hensely, \V. S. 
Dehoney and C. E. Collins, who will be 
supported by MANY VOTERS. 



a loss prevented. 

Many lose tbeir beauty from the hair 
falling or fading. Parker’s Hair Balsam sup- 
plies necessary nourishment, prevents falling 
and grayuess and is an elegant dressing. 



Buy something at Seibert’s if you want 
a chance in o r jf his January prizes. 



Boarding— Large, nicely furnished 
rooms, with first-class board, at the 
Weitzel Hotel building, opposite State 
House square. 



FOR REGISTER OF THE LAND OFFICE 
We are authorized to announce THOMAS H. 
CORBETT, of McCracken, a candidate for 
Register of the ^nd Office, subject to the action 
of the Democratic party. 

We are authorized to announced J. ALEX 
GRANT a candidate for Register of the Land 
Office, subject to a Democratic Convention. 



Christmas evening was made delight- 
ful for the Feeble-Minded children by an 
entertainment at which the State officers 
and a number of visitors from the city 
were present. Dr. Stewart had provided 
large Christmas trees, which were loaded 
with presents, and beautifully arranged. 
Every child received a present , and was 
made supremely happy. A series of 
tableaux were admirably given, and there 
were recitations and music by the chil- 
dren. 



For Rent — The house in which I re- 
side, in South Frankfort. 

GUY BARRETT. 



The horn brigade made Saturday, and 
Monday nights hideous. The maker of 
the wind instruments was heartily anath- 
ematized, and there was a general ex 
pression of opinion that all the young per- 
formers could have celebrated the birth 
day of Christ better by being in bed. 



Philip Seibert, the watchmaker, jewele 
and engraver. 



The complete success of Mrs. Black- 
burn’s dinner to the convicts will doubt- 
less have the effect to provide a similar 
entertainment for them every Christmas. 
Humanitaiians generally, and friendsand 
relatives of these poor creatures, will al- 
ways be glad to make such contributions 
as were made for this occasion. The 
good words, and substantial aid which 
Mrs. Blackburn received in this benevo- 
lent work has been especially gratifying, 
because it shows there are many persons 
in Kentucky who can sympathize with 
the distressed, no matter how depraved 
or how criminal they may be. 



Mr. Chas. K. Ballard, of Owensboro, 
and Miss Sallie Stillfield, of this city, 
were married at the residence of Mr. 
John Henderson, Tuesday morning, at 
half-past seven o’clock, Rev. L. Young, 
officiating. The affair was quietly con 
ducted in the presence of a lew friends 
and relatives of the contracting parties. 
The happy couple left on the 8:15 train 
for a trip to Louisville. They have a host 
of friends in this vicinity, who wish them 
a long and happy future. 



The fire at the Christian Church Sun- 
day morning about seven o’clock had its 
origin from the furnace. The frames 
broke out in the floor, near the front of 
the church, and in a little time the build- 
ing was so filled with smoke that it was 
hard to locate. The fire department ar- 
rived in good time, and acted with judg- 
ment in putting out the flames. A part, 
of the floor, the new carpet, and the walls 
and ceiling were damaged to the extent 
of about 51,500, which is fully covered b_  
insurance in companies represented^))^ 
Payne & Berry and Judge W. H. Sneed t 



THE SI Ok Y WITHOUT AN END. 

At the city of New Orleans, La., on Tues- 
day, November 14th (always Tuesday), under 
the sole management of Gen’ls G. T. Beau- 
regard of La., and Jubal A. Early of Va., 
the 150‘h Grand Monthly Drawing of the 
Louisiana State Lottery occurred, and these 
historically famous warriors attest over iheir 
own signatures, a fac simile of which is 
published in the advertisement of the Com- 
pany, that all was fairly done. It resulted 
as follows: Ticket No. 52,116 drew $75, 

000, the first capital prize — J. M. Dixon, an 
Insurance Agent of Ennis, Tex., had one- 
nfth, as did also Mrs. Josephine Miller, No. 
319 E. 52d st., New York city. Among 
others, No. 83,355 drew the second prize 
525,000 — sold in tilths — two (2) to Charles 
Mowatt, a sailor on the schooner “Lucy 
May,” ol Newburyport, Mass.; and one filth 
to Charles Noe, a journeyman cigar maker 
No. 60 New Churchst.:, Next Yack city: one 
to Hermann Tossbecg, also in New York 
city. Ticket Na. 33 719 drew the third 
prize of 510,000, two-fifihs of which were 
hel l by W. T. Clarke, a real estate agent in 
F. 9th st., Philadelphia, and one by Emil 
Weidig.No. 1142 Magazines!., New Orleans. 
.There were many others, but some don’t 
want their names published; but this 
enough to encourage others. 



Saturday night, in the absence of Mrs. 
Lyons and her daughter, a negro obtained 
entrance to their house, and was in the 
act of robbing it when they returned. 
They discovered a light in an upper 
room, and thought the room was on ’fire, 
but as soon as they entered, the light dis- 
appeared, and they concluded ■ rightly 
at they had a visitor. An al^rm was 
given, but before the police appeared the 
^burglar came down stairs and gassed out 
ihe front door, making rapid srfeed in the 
fdirection- of Battle Alley , A colored 
I man was arrested, but was ,ot identified 
as the robber, and Marshal Hyde dis- 
| missed him. The burglar waS" of me- 
^di um height, and.had on a light c   lored 

P , 

Ijt Gtorge L. Payne, of the firm of 
ne & Perry, has accepted an appoint- 
t as Special Agent of the Phoenix In- 
nce Company of London for the 
es of Kentucky and Tennessee, and 
have his headquarters at Frankfort 
business of the firm of Payne Sc. 

conducted as usual, Mr. 

een a valuable 



The terrible encounter between Seorge 
Portwood and a town officer named 
Laughlin, at Lawrencebwrg, Saturday 
night, was one of the most desperate af- 
fairs that ever transpired in the State. 
Port’vood was a saloon-keeper, and Laugh- 
l.n -vent ix. to arrest him upon some 
chatfPb. They approached close enough 
to seize the lappels of each other’s coats, 
and then began firing with six-shooters. 
Laughlin was killed instantly, but Port- 
wood, with two or more mortal wounds, 
survived until Monday. He was shot 
through both lungs, and in other parts of 
the body. A gentleman from Lawrence- 
burg says that shots were fired by other 
parties, butit-is not known who. 

The little town was greatly shocked 
over the affair, as it well might have been, 
but it is not altogether unaccustomed to 
such scenes of blood. 



, The Christian Church was insured with 
(Payne & Berry, in the Phoenix of London 
54,000; with W. H. Sneed, in the Queen, 
54,500. The loss will be pro rated be 
tween them. 



and light clothes. 



W'P.tyne^ 
/'♦ant 



establishment 
taken an in- 
ed his brother’s 

lany could not 
|man as an Ad- 
ban George L 
bnt.andhighly 
[tend to its in- 
|hey were his 
lit upon the 
psents it, and 
business 
The Phce- 
Inies in ex- 
London 

aves the 
is noth 
would not 
pess man in 
or a more 
anywhere 
■tsiness, the 



A nice line ol Holland's gold pens 
which I will sell at cost, at Philip Seibert's 
the jeweler. 

Duncan, the boss livery man at Owen 
ton, can get up ten times in a night to ac 
commodate a traveler, and never show a 
sign of distress. He is a thorough-bred 
man, and runs none but thorough bred 
horses. 



Buy Hunter's Sitter. Hunter Sifter Co 
Kitchen Specialties — Cincinnati & N. Y 
Circulars free. 



There was a monster mail Tuesday 
morning, and the post-office clerks paid 
dearly for their Christmas holiday. 



On account of the conspicuous ab- 
sence of the toy pistol, there were fewer 
accidents than usual on Christmas, but 
we noticed a rather free use of more dan- 
gerous fire arms. A great many very 
large pistols were used, and some dam- 
age done. Some reckless persons fired 
two shots in the direction of the residence 
of Mr. R. T. Chiles, in South Frankfort. 
One bullet passed through the window 
of his mother’s room, and another en- 
tered the woodwork of his Dorch. 



a H 1G SUCCESS. 

“My wife was in bed two years with 
complication of disorders her physicians 
could not cure, when I was led to try Wu 
ker’s Ginger Tonic. It was a big success 
Three bottles cured her, at a cost of a dollar 
and fifty cents, and she is now as strong as 
any wo. nan. — R. D., Buffalo. 



Not less than a thousand dollars dis 
appeared pyrotechnically on Saturday 
and Monday. 



Fine marble clocks at Philip Seibert’s, 
the jeweler 

DISTINGUISHED H NOR. 

[From the Lexington   bserver J 

The honor roll in th- public schools for the 
month of December will appear ii our next 
issue, when Miss Irene Went, of City School 
No. 2, will find her name rtcoidrd with a 
first honor for the Ihiiteenth time in as 
many consecutive school months. She 
has never failed to tfike a first honor for every 
month she has been in school, this school 
year and last. 

Frankfort has reason to be proud of 
this young lady as the daughter of one 
of her highly respected citizens, Mr. E. 
C. Went. 



ON THIRTY DAYS’ TRIAL. 

The Voltaic Bel* Co., Marshall, Mich. 

■ ill send Dr. Dye’s Celebrated Electro 
Voltaic Brits and Electric Applianceson trial 
for thirty days to men (young or old) who 
are affected wi'h nervous debility, lost 
vitality and kindred troubles, guaramering 
speedy and compltte restoration of health 
and manly vigor. Address as abovt — N 
B — No risk is incurred, as thirty days’ trial 
is allowed. 



Frankfort, Dec. 27, 1882. 
Editors Yeoman : 

Edward Hensley, C. E. C.dlins, and W 
ff). Graves are hereby called upon to become 
candidates for School Trustees of Frank ott, 
and to announce themselves as such can ii 
dates to be voted for jdt Saturday, Januaiy 
6, 1883. NEW BOARD. 



Stolen — 520 Reward — From my 
stable, situated near the old depot, near 
Frankfort, Ky., a small gray mare, 
chunky and well built, 6 or 7 years old. 
Had on 'steel toed shoes, and was rough 
shod all around; about 15 hands high. I 
will give 510 reward for her delivery to 
Frankfort, or S 2 ° for the delivery 
lOrse to me and the capture of the 
OHN LANGFORD. 



For Rent — The brick cottage in South 
Frankfort, on same block with my resi- 
dence. Possession can be given imme 
diateiy. STODDARD JOHNSTON. 



SPECIAL NOTICE 



l«K X, IC 

oaX, i 



Frankfort, Novernij-- 



H AVIUG TO PAV CASH FOR COAX, AND 
the small marg'11 of profit on same, in conse- 
querce of the expease of book-keeping, hauling, 
handling, &c., requires ire to adopt the t a«h 
* rinciple in my coa! business frem and after this 
date. All sales of coal hereafter must be for cash, 
or its equivalent. Persons to whom I may give 
credit will have their bills presented ' n the first day 
of each month, and prompt payment expected. 

GEO. B. MAC KLIN. ti-tf. 

NOTICE!. 

nnHE USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON 
1 exercises at the Kentuckv Institution for the 
Education and Traimngof Feeble- V inded t hildren 
will hereafter take place every Friday afternoon 
fro 2 to 4 o’clock P. M. The 1 nstitution is open 
for visitors at any ti ne when most convenient for 
them to attend. 

|OHN O. A. STEWART, Superintendent. 




AT 



CLOTHING!! 



STARTLING AND SLAUGHTERINI 

AT 

WHITE HAL 

Such a reduction in prices will never 

offered again. 



fine, at Philip 



PHILIP SELBERT'S 

NEW JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT 

On St. Clair 

1 



KAYE JUST OPENED 
well selected stock of 



Street. 

A LARGE AND 



Handsome $30 00 suits for - 


$25 00 


Handsome 


25 00 suits for - 


20 00 


Handsome 


20 00 suits for - 


- - 16 00 


Handsome 


16 00 suits for - 


12 00 


Handsome 


12 00 suits for - 


8 00 



ANNOUNCEMENT. 



FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL. 

We are authorized to announce WILBUR F. 
BROWDER, of Logan county, a candidate for At- 
torney General, subject to the Democratic conven- 
tion * 



NEW AD VERT 1 SEMENTS. 



BEYOND THE RIVER. 



Away Across the Mississippi is Held a Con- 
vincing Conversation. 

*‘I tell you, sir, that they are one of the neatest 
combinations ever produced, and my experience of 
that sort of thing has been wide enough to entitle 
by judgment to some respect." 

Oh, I dan’t know," responded the first speak- 
er’s friend, with a little yawn, as though he didn't 
take much interest in the subject, “I have never 
been able to see much different in those things. 
They are a’l pretty nrarly the same size, and made 
of about the same stuff." 

The talk of which the foregoing is a fragment, 
took place in Gallatin, Missouri, not long ago, in 
the snug office of Dr. M. P Flowers, one of the 
trading physicians of the State, who f llowedjup 
he vein in which he had introduced it substantial- 
ly in these words : 

"Nonsense, that is the rignarole of a boy, or 
rather of a man who either doesn’t know or care 
what he says. Those thing, as you call them, are 
just as different as the moon is from green cheese. 
Now, liniments, lotions and ointments are very 
good in most cases for the relief ol pain or inflam- 
mation. But, in the first place they ate unclean. 
They soil the hands and the linen, besides being 
always out of reach when they are most wanted.’’ 
Well, my dear Doctor, ’ sighed the traveler 
from the North, "what would you have? This isa 
wretched world anyhow, and nothing is ever at 
Yian^L ’Kh^n it is wanted. You can't suggest any- 
thing " 

Yes, I can," broke in the Doctor, thumping the 
table with his fist, “I can suggest Benson’s Cap- 
cine Porous Plaster. I have tried it on my patients, 
and I have tried it on myself for .an attack of 
Pneumonia, and in all cases relief has f -Mowed in 
from three to for.y-eight hours. The old p’asters 
are stage coaches — the Capcine is a telegraphic 
dispatch. For instance, in cases of Neuralgia, 
Muscular Rheumatism, Lumbago, retarded action 

of the Kidneys, and " 

I give it up. Doctor, and in case of need I’ll 
buy Benson s" sail the traveler, pleasantly. 

In the center of the genuine is cut the word Cap- 
cine. 

Seabury & Johnson, Chemises, New York. 



Watches. Clocks, 

Diamonds Jewelry, 

Spectacles, OperaGlasses, 

Gold Headed Walking Canes. 

&c., &c., &c., &c., 

Which I offer to the public at grea*ly reduced 
prices.’ Old gold and silver taken in exchange. All 
goods purchased at my place engraved free rf 
charge. Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired, 
and satisfaction guaranteed. Engraving neatly ex- 
ecute J. 

PHILIP SELBERT. The jeweler. 

BEAUTIFUL GOODST 

A New Establishment on Ann Street. 

I. CHURCH, Proprietor. 

T INVITE THE PUBLIC TJ VISIT MY NEW 
JL store, and look over the handsomest stock 
of staple and fancy groceries yet opened in this 
market. 

I have spared ro means to obtain the very best 
grades of the very best goods put up in this country 
and in Europe and I propose to establish a perica 
nent trade, and make mv store a depot for such 
supplies as all good housekeepers will be glad to 
obtain. 

1 have now in store, besides the usual lire of 
s’aple groceries, a large number of new canned 
good . Foreign fruits pre. c erved, and fresh pickles, 
sauces, spiced and deviled me-its, and fish of all 
kinds. Call and look at mv stcck. 

•tf. I. CHURCH, Ann Street. 



OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS!! OVERCOATS!!! 

Priced to all Customers regardless of cost 

and value. 

CRUTCHER & STARKS 



FftBMKK and F  K I EKS ’ SO VS 

CAN MAKE 



•50 to *150 
PICK MO TH. 

During the Fall and Winter. For particulars, ad- 
dress. J. C. McCURDY, & CO. 

Cincinnati, O. 



Parker’s 



GINGER 

TONIC. 



Ginger, Buchu, Mandrake, and many of the best 
medicines known are here combined into a medicine 
of such varied powers as to make it the great esc 
Blood Purifier and the 

Best health and Strength Restorer Used 
Cure- 1 Comp’aints of Women and diseases ot the 
tomach. Bowels. Lungs, Liver aid Kid ieys, and 
s entirely different from litters, Ginger Essence* 
and other Tonics, as it never int'x cates. 50 cents 
and ii sizes. Large -avirg buyi g $1 mzc. 

"•'•''OX & C 



HISCO  



Cu., New York. 



ORDER FOR SPECIAL TERM 
FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT. 

In Ch mbbrs, 



OF 



Fra kfokt, Ky., 
November »9'h, 188a. 



W. L HUGHES, 

DENTIST. 

O FFICE ON MAIN STRKET, IN BUILDING 
formerly occupied by Dr. J. H. Floore. 
Hours from q to s- 

NOTICE. 

O N AND AFTE * THIS DAY (NOVEM- 
BFR 1), aM coat bills are due, will be presented, 
and uus&bepaid on the frs* of each month. 

W. |. CHINN, m-am 

Residence for Rent. 

- HE HANDSOMEST SURBOBAN COTTAGE 
about the city for rent. Apply to 

H. T. STANTON. 



PAINTS 

* 

AS A 

CHRISTMAS PRESE 



ELEGANT ASSORTMENT 



GAS FIXTURES JUST OPENED. 

DAVIDSON WILLIAMS, 

Main Street. 



m 



or 



\\ 

Paint your friend an 
EboniZed Frame 
Mirror. 

A Plush Mirror 
A China, Wood 
Glass Plaque. 

A Silk, Paper, or Wood 
Panel. 

A Cup and Saucer, or 
any one of the numer- 
ous articles for sale by 

JOE LeCOMPTE, 

DR. ELY 

OFFICE IN CATHOLIC BUILDING. 

7 to 



Fine Furniture! 

ESTABLISHMENT! 



(IPFICB HoVRS 

to 8 P. M. 



A . M. ; 12 to i P. M. ; 7 



FOR RBINTT. 

O FK1CE ROOMS FOR RENT ON ST Cl. MR 
S 1 REEF, M Ak TtlE CC 
- * Apply to H. I 



STANT N. 
023-31. 



Parker’s Ginger Tonic 

Regulates the stomach, liver and kidneys, and 
never f-ils to make to blood rich and pure and to 
st engthen e cry part of the system It has cured 
hundieds of despairing invalids Ask your neigh- 
bors about it. 



TT IS ORDERED THAT A SPECIAL TERM 
i. of the Franklin Ci-cuit Court, for the trial rf 



h a regular 
panel of thirty Petit 



chancery and crimiaal causes, at 
Grand Jury, and a r g lar pan 
Jurors, shall be summoned, and bs held at ihe 
co irt-f ouse in the City of Frankfort, on ihe is: 
Monday of January, 1883, aod continue for twenty- 
four juridical days, if the bu rifeis 

P U. Ml\jOK, Circuit Judge. 

A copy— Attest : 

W. Frank li#, C. F. C C. 



m 






The gas company is now negotiating 
for the electric arc light, to be operated 
from their works by a gas engi ie. T he 
same labor, rent, and incidental expenses 
will run one or two dynamo machines. 
The gas for the engine will be furnished 
at first cost, enabling the company to sup- 
ply the lights at reduced rates. 



Ben-oil’s Capcine Few Plaster. 

The nunufacturers have 

Won tha Highest Medals 

and Praise Everywhere. 

No Rtmedy more Widely or Favorably Known. 
It is rapid i . relieving, quick in curing. For Lame 
Back. Kheumatistn, Kidney Affections, and aches 
and pa ns generally, it is the unrivaled remedy. 

vyver 5,000 Druggists and Physicians have signed 
a paper stating that Benson’s Capcine Porous Plas- 
ters are superior to all others. Price 25 cents. 

SEVEN DEVILS’ 

DYSPEPSIA, 

INDIGESTION, 

TORPID LIVER, 

SCROFULA 

CHRONIC DIARRHOEA, 

CHRONIC DYSENTERY, 

SKIN DISEASES, &c 

ARB CAST OUT BY THK USB OF 

ROCKRRIDGE ALUM WATER 

A sk one ok our agents for a 

pamphlet, and read what the Doctors say. 
Bottled in its natural state direct from the Springs, 
which are beautifully located in Rockbridge Coun- 
Va., and are open for the reception of visitors 
from June 1st to October 1st, each year Capacity 
x.ooo guests Price, 60 cents per bottle. 

For sale, wholesale and retail, by DR. W. H. 
AVER1LL and HUGHES & CHILES, Druggists 
ranktert, Ky. 



DUWFAIilLY MAGAZINE 
JllJU 1 Two Dollars, 

DEMOKEST’S Illustrated MONTHLY 

Sold by all Newsdealers and Post- 

— -» TwanW C»ntK for a 

Specimen Copy to W. Jennings Demor- 
est, Publisher, 17 East Fourteenth Street, 
New York. 

8«y-The New Volume(ig) commences 
with November. Send Fifty Cents for 
three months; it will satisfy you that 
you can subscribe Two Dollars for a year 
and get ten times its value. 



Ti»e 1 



Having purchased the business lately carried on by J. R. GRA- 
HAM & SONS, on Main street, in the Opera House building, I re- 
spectfully ask attention of the citizens of Frankfort to the character ot 
my stock. 

I have lately received from manufacturers in New York and other 
points East a class of Furniture not heretofore offered in this market. 

1 have now on baud, and will continue to keep on hand at all sea- 
sons, the finest suites of Chamber and Parlor Furniture, made of the 
best and most fashionable material, in the highest style of workman- 
ship. 

I will also keep constantly on hrUQ everything in tfie line of ordi- 
nary furniture, which I will sell at prices as favorable as can be ob- 
tained in either Louisville or Cincinnati. I respectfully invite an inspec- 
tion of my goods. 

UNDJ^R-TAIilNG-. 

I have now in the house a large assortment of the most beauti- 
ful burial cases, and will be 2 prepared at all times to furnish cases and 
coffinf, and to perform the office of funeral director. My hearse is the 
finest in ih«_StaK. 



WHAT WILL THE WEATHER BE TOMORROW^ 

O Pool’s Signal Service Barometer 

~-- r g Pit tsTOlOt GLASS AM» THERMOMETER COMBINED, 



V. POOL’S .. 

SiqhalsciwK 

1 

)f JAPWX. it 

. [ -A-.** 

rt 




WILL TELL YOU! 

It trill detect and indicate correctly any change in the weather 12 to 48hour* 
} in advance. It will tell what kind of storm is approaching, and from what 
I direction— in valuable to navigators. Farmers cun plan their work 
I according to its predictions. Saves 50 Jimes its cost in a single season. 
I .fas an accurate thermometer attached, which alone ia worth the price of the 
J combination. This great \VEATH£K INDICATOR is endorsed by tho 
j most eminent Physicians. Profossors n r QT IN TUP M/DPI fl ! 

and Scientific men of the day to bo the DLOIIIl InC W U M L U . 

I The Thermometer and Barometer are put in a nicely finished walnut frame, 
J with silverjilafcd trimmings, etc., making it a beautiful as well as useful or- 
I nament. We will send you a sample one, delivered free, to your place, in good 
order, on receipt of $ 1, or six for * 1. Agents are making from $5 to $20 
daily selling them. A trial vnll convince you. Order at ones. It sells at 



SIGHT 

everybody. 



.lust the thing to se II to farmers, merchants, etc. Invaluable to 
U. S. Postage Stamps taken if in good order, but money pre- 
ferred. Agent* avanted everywhere. Send for Circular and terms. 
Address alTord?r« U. OSWF.GO THERMOMETER WORKS. 

(Laryetf mtab/ishment of the kind in the iror/aJOswego. Oswego Co., 
N. Y . We refer to the Mayor, Postmaster,   

National Banks, or any business house i ^ 



1 in the world (Oswego, Oswego Co., 
r/naster. County Clerk. First and Second 
Jational Banks, or any business house in Oswepo. N. Y. 

Write vovr Post OjJUe, County and State plainly, am remit by money 
order , dra ft on Setejork or registered Utter, at our risk. 

Tins will make a Beautif ul and Very Useful Present. 

READ WIIAT THE PUBLIC SAY ABOUT IT. 

I find Pool’s Barometer works as well as one that costs $50. You can rely 
on it every time, Capt, Chas. B. Rogers, Ship "Twilight,” 

leap 

| I Mich. 

Pool’* Barometer has already saved me many times its cost, in foretelling 

ie weather. It is a wonderful curiosity nnd works ^perfection. 

F. J. Robf.rtron, Milwaukee, Wig. 
BEWARE OF WORTITT.ES9 IMITATIONS- None genuine 
— ' * * ” if ini 



Barometer received in good order, and must say that the instrument gi 
perfect satisfaction in ev»-ry respect. It is neatly madoand wonderfully ch» 
at two dollars. Gbo. B. Parbonb, M. C. R. R.. Office, Detroit, Mi 

as already saved me many times its cost, in fi 
wonderful curiosity and works to^perfection. 

F. J. Robf.rtkox, Milwau 
WORTTTT.rS9 IMITATIONS None „ 
irk, and signature of J. A. Pool on the back of instru- 



without our Trade Mark, ajid signature of J. 
ment, as below 



Every instrument warranted Perfect end Reliable. 8ize 9 1-2 inches long 
8 1-4 wide. If not satisfied ou receiving the instrument, return it at once and 
we will refund your money. Pieaae state where you saw our advertisome&U 



Development of South ern Industries! 



NEW DRESS, 




FULL of NEW LIFE 
AND VIGOR FOR 

1883. 
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. : zssnosa 

Purest ami Best Medicine ever Made. 

Act ImMnation of Hops, Bucnu, Man- 
dt nkle aim Dandelion, ' v *th all the best and 
.. lira ti vo properties of all other Bitters, 

mutt cs\ the greatest Blood Purifier, Liver 

u |\ a tor, nii'i 1.i:o a nd Health lie*lorii.g 
.Agent oir 

No  llieos«c^kaii pnwibly lotur exist whore Hop 
BiU.’i auro us^d.»ovarieuJU»d perfect ara th. nr 
Opet uli 

Ike7 5 :ie:8nUVeisi-'.r3rt3tt:»»E»l»'n8!™- 

■I .\mplojrnitliMciint lrr.Ki.larl 

urinary organs, or «l.o nr 
APWirAto'C, a.rllnlM Stimulant, 
lion Itiuora ar» In.alV «■*    • without intox- 

(eating* 

No matter w hut your ; t; '^f-l!iig» or symptoms 
are what the «h .eu  ?  rail^kmenC 1* use Hop Bit- 
ters. I mil l wail until yon a»% , c tick blit if you 
Old j feel Mid Ol them at once* 

i t- may s:iv3 y on ilii_-.lt haul* ar#t * liundreus. 

$500 will l e paid for n they will not 

cure or help. I»» not j-ulfer V  r k t your friends 
suiTer.hut iifie amt urge them%. l ° Uh ° Hop B 
Remember. Hop Bitters Is no^K^de, drugged 
drit'.ikoii nostrum, hut the riiral^* 11 Host 
Mcdi' kiccvcr made : the “l\f ILIDS^K FUIESD 
0 i,.l HOI'K” ami no per.-on or family 
shouhl ho without liicin. 

D I C h an absolute am! I* resistible cure ' 
f,u In nmienm v*. im?   ! op ini. tnl«ceo audl 
narcotic*. All sohl by drujririst*. Send ■ 
for Circular. Hop imicci Mf«. Co., 

1   N Y a tel T-e - uff . Q“t. 



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of Valuable llinta on Cotton nnd Sugar Culture. 

ft other Southern writers are Dr A. OEMLER, fruit and \ 

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r r 1 H. SCI! ENCXj of "Philadelphia, has j-st fully illustrated with steel engravings rh. moil 
published a book ou^'Disease of the Lungs and how thrilling, eveniful, and Christian hemic lift before 
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paid 10 alt applicants, it contains valuable inforn-a- days all fully aod ably told by one of the best 
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LAND PATENT AND PENSION 
TORNETS. 

l and Patents obtained, and special attention 
giv. n to comes ed Pre-emption, Homestead, Mid- 
 ra T and Timb-r Culture JL» ries Highest pri * 
paid for Land Warrants and Scrip o» all kind . 
Pensions Procured for soldi rs and ai'ors disabled 
in line of dut. Pensions increased if rated too low 
Bounty, back pay and new di charges obtained 
Sc-d two 3c stamps fo- blanks and “Circular of 
information ’' .Address b ! • DDARD &C  .. 

413 G.-bt., N W. Wash ngton, D C 



NR W A n VRR T 1 SR MEN 7 S. 



Phaetons.' 

Csarriages. 

Brewster Side-BarWagons. 

Prices i-ow. Muteral perfect and equal to any 
work in the west. Apply to 

J. G DUDLEY ,& BRO., 

Frank on. Ky. 



PROFESSIONAL. 



( E*tflb!I*hce j £t»0.1 

“137 



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s W.K.lAY.Caia 4 enJiJ 

MILL & FACTORY SUPPLIES 

OF ALL KINDS. BELTING, HOSE * 
and PACKING, OILS, PUMPS ALL 
KINDS. IRON PIPE. FITTINGS, 
BRASS GOODS. STEAM GAUGES, 
ENGINE GOVERNORS. &c. Send for 
Price-list. W. ft. DILLINGHAM 4 CO. 

421 M*in Street. LOUISVILLE. KY 



* /■ . i W l ■ i  IN i ullk 

•jp * J O ’• erms and *5 Outfit free. 
Lett 9 t Co . ^nrtlfcod. 'dame 



UVVh lOvV is 

Address K. Hai 
n-»a-i 7 



MASON & HAMLIN ORGANS 

are certai d* the best, having been so  iecreec;t 
every CreT-t World’s Indus rial Competiti^a for 
Sixiceo Years, no other - mencan organs having 
been found equal at an.. Also cheapest. Style 
ico; 3 # ccta* e«; sutf c ; ent com pas' and power, 
wah Dtst q i»!u* fo • pipu ar, sacred, and secular 
music in sch ol or ‘amili s, at only $22. One hun- 
dred other styles at $30 #57, $66, £ *2, £/8, $ ,3  108, 
£114 o 550'* ar d 110. The arger styles are wholly 
unrivaled by anvo her organ -. Also for easy pay- 
ments. Ne -v ill . s. rated Ca^a’og le fr*e. 

A he M1.03 6 : . an. In Organ and Piano Co.. 154 
Tic.ont St, Bos 01 ; 46 r. 14th St., New lork; 
149 Wabash .we., Chicago 



PATENTS 

CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT ? 

Send 11 rough sketch or (If you can)* model of your 
invention ofJEORGK LEMON, \% n»liiugr- 
ton. i . t., and 11 l*relimiiuivy Kxamlnation 
will be made of all United States patents of the 
same class 6f inventions and you will beau vised 
whether or not a patent can be obtuined. 

FOR THIS PUEUMINARV EXAMINA- 
TION NO CUARGE I SHADE. 

What will a Patent Cost? 

IT vna ;\re - 1 vised that your invention is patents 
able.’ sen'*, vgo t *pav Government application fee 
of a 15 . ;nl ,5 lor the drawings required by the 
Go 111:1 if. Thin is payable when application is 
ma and is a! of the expense unless a patent isal- 
j , .. i v \\ 1 u’.loweil. t he attorney *9 fee and 
t he I 1 ::.n G tveniment fee (8SO) is payable. Thus 
you k nb'V beforehand, for tiolAine .whether you are 
going 10 got a patent or not, and no attorney’s fee 
Fucharge l unlem von do get ft Patent. An attorney 
whose fee depends on his success in obtaining a 
Patent will not advise you that your invention Is 
patentable, unlejft It re • I ly is patentable, so far as 
his best judgment can aid in determining the ques- 
tion : h'*nr«\ you can rely on the advise gt\ en after 
a preliminary examination is had l o**ign l*nt- 
«ntlM a el the l{e?idraii»n of I, a !»« !«. Tnule 
MarliN and Kedemeii secured, faieati pre- 
pared and tiled. Applications in revivor of lte- 
Wleil. AlauiUoneil.or Forfeited Caftenmade. 
Very often valuable Inventions are saved In these 
classes of cases. If you have undertaken to secure 
vour own patent and failed, n skillful handling of 
theca.se ruav lead to success. Send me a written re- 
quest addressed to the Commissioner of Patents 
that he recognise O eorok E. Lkmon.oI Washing- 
ton. I). C.. as your attorney In the case, giving the 
title of the invention and about the date of filing 
your application. An examination and report will 
cost von n (thing. Searches made for title to Inven- 
tions, in fact anv information relating to Patents 
promptlv furnished. Copies of Patents mailed at 
the regular Government rates, (M 5 o. each.) Re- 
raember th Is office li ns been I n successfu I ope rat ion 
since 1865 and you therefore reap the benefits of 
experience, besides reference can he given to ac- 
tual clients in almost every county in the U. S. 
Pamphlet relating to Patents free upon request. 

CEO. E. LEMON, 

 515 15th St., WASHINGTON. D. C. 
Attorney-at-Law and Solicitor of Ameri- 
can and Foreign Patents. 



GEORGE C. DRANE, 

(Lett Judge of the Eleventh Circuit) 

JS-ranltfort, Kv., 

H aving resumed the practice oe 

law, will give strict attention to business in 
Franklin and adjoining counties, and in the 

COURT OF APPEALS. 

jan 13-wAtw- 

LVSANDKI HORD *. W. |. TRA1UR. 

OrriCB BOOMS opfositb tbs court-house, FORMER- 
LY OCCTTPtRD RV CRADOOCR * TRABUB. 

HORD & TRABUE, 

Attornoi « »t U*w. 

FRANKFORT KENTUCKY 
\iriLL PRACTICE 111 THE CUUR.fS OF 
V * Franklin and adjacent counties, the Eaakruj 
Court of this District, and tie District Court of th 
United States at Louisville. Special attention give 
to business in the Kentucky Court of Appeals 
n*R-»v 

HUGH ltO i MAN, 

A TTIR* IY A'D COUNSELOR AT LA^ 

FRANK FOR"* , KENTUCKY 
\I7ILL PRACTICE IN THE CIRCUIT AND 
YV criminal courts of Franklin, Henry, Ander- 
son, Owen, Woodford and Shelby counties, the 
Court of Appeals ol Kentucky, and all the courts 
at Frankfort. Office St.Clair Street, near Court 
house ! t**-*V- 



6. A. CfsABDCCK, 

FRANKFORT. KENTUCKY 
FF1CK ON THX EAST SIDK Or ST. CLAIR 
street, in room*  iv«* Sol Harris's Store. 

Q3' T * 



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JNlf. &. J. n. RODMAN, 

ttornev* Xj«w. 

FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY 
TILL PRACTICE IN THE COUNTIES Of 
'Henry, Oldham, Trimble, and Shelby, and l. 
ill the Court » o* Frarkfort 

 4-t' 

~ 5Tw. ukdsey, 

attornhy. 

FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. 

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Commonwealth of Kkntucky, ) 
Exscutivb Dkpartmbnt. j 

W HEREAS, IT HAS BEEN MADE KNOWN 
to me -that WESLEY DIXON shot n d 
wounded Robert ^edey, Dep •» y slier ft' of Stmp 
son county, in raid county on the 7th d y of No- 
vember, 1882, and is now a fugitive from justice 
going at large. 

Now, therefore, I, LTJKF. P. BLACKBURN, 
Governor o the Commonwealth aforesaid, do hereby 
offer a reward of 1 W J HUNDRED DOM A K. v 
for the appr hension of SMd WESLEY DIXON 
and his deli /cry to the jailer of said Simpson 
county. 

, — « — . In testimony whereof, I have hereunto 

S T set try hanl, and caused the seal of the 
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J Fra-'kfort, this i 3 th day of November, in 
•*— *—• ' the ye ir of our Lord one thousand eight 
hundred and eighty-tvro, and in the 91st year of he 
Commonwealth 

LUKE P BLACKBURN. 

By the Governor: 

Jambs Blackburn, Secretary of State. 

DljSSOW-IPTION . 

Said Weslev Dixon has blue eyes, light complex 
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Commonwealth of Kentucky, 'l 

bXRCUTIVB JJKJ'AR MKNT. J 

W HEREAS, IT HAS BEEN MADE KNOW:*. 

tome *hat SAM JONES, co'cre 1 , convicted 
of attempting 10 poi-on a famdy, November te*in 
1881, Spencer circui' court, and sen enced to fivr 
years imprisonment in the peniten'ia-y , h 1 « broke 
jail and is n w a fugitive frent j istice going at large . 

** ow, therefore, I. LUK - P BLACkBURN, 
Governor of the Commonwealth a'orcaid. do 
hereby offer a reward of J Wu HUN DR ED DO L 
LARS ter th ' apprehension of *a ; d Sam ' ones, 
and his delivery to the jailer of Sperc* r county 
y— s In testimony whereoi 1 have hereunto 
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Commonwealth to be affixed. Do e at 
rankfort. the 24 h day of ctober, in the 
year of our Lord one thousand eight 
hundreu and eighty-two, and in the 91st year ol 
the Common c-lih. 

LUKE P. BLACKBURN, 

By the Governor a 

James Blackburn, S “ *etarv of St te. 

Proclamation by the Governor. 

0200 WBWA.HD. 

Comuonwkiltm of Kentucky, ) 
Executive Department, j 
I, LUKE P. Bl.ACK.Bl/FN, Governor of the 
Commonwealth of Kentucky, do hereby revoke 
th*; reward of TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS 
offered b  me. and published on the 30th diy of 
March, 1880, for the Arrest and delivery to the 
jailer of Shelby county, of one JOHN W. HAN 
COCK, charged with the crime of murder. 

/ — » — . In testimony whereof, I have Hereunto 

set my hand, and caused the seal  1 the 
Commonwealth to be affixed Done at 
rankfort, the 25th day of August, 
* — , — * in the year of our Lord one thousand 
eight hundred and eighty-two, and in the 91^1 
year of the Commonwealth. 

LUKE P BLACKBURN. 

By the Governor : 

Iambs Bl»okbhvn. Secretary of Sta'e. 




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lien T H. Williamson, Prof. Practical ‘■ng.,etc. 

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Col. M. B. Hardin, Prof. General and Applied 
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In Chronic Catarrh it cleanses the nasal passage of 
•oul mucus, restores the senses of smell, taste and 
hearing when affected, frees the head, throat and 
bronch:al »ubes offensive matter, sweetens and 
purifies the br  ath. stops the cough and arrests the 
progress of catarrh towards consumption. 

One bottle Radical Cure, one box Catarrhal Sol- 
vent, and one Dr. Sanford's inhaler, all in one 
package, of all druggists for/lx. Ask for Sanford's 
Kadical Cure. 

WEEK* & POTTER. Boston. 



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Paralvsis. Rheumatism, 
Neura gia, Hysteria Female 
Weakness, Ner ous Pains 
and Weaknesses, Malaria, 
and Fever and Ague. Price 



CHESAPEAKE OHIO & SOUTHWESTERN 
RAILROAD COMPANY. 

DEPOT CORNER IOTH AND MAPLE STREETS, 
LOCISVILLE, KY. 

Time Table in Effect April 24 1882. 

Short and Direct Route to 

Owensboro, Paducah, Southern 
Kentucky and West Tennessee. , 

IHE QH AND DIRECT ROUTK 

FROM I-OUSVlLE TO 

Arkansas and Texat 

IF YOU ARE 

GOING TO EMIGRATE 

TO 

Sherman, Dallas, Ft. Worth, 
Austin, Houston, 

THIS IS THE 

CHE^PKST AND BEST ROUTE. 

THROUGH CARS LOUISVILLE TO 



DYERSBURG. 


WEST. j 


EAST. 






Arr 7:11 a. m West Point 


“ 9.02 p. m 


“ 7:54 a. n. Vine firove 


" 8 16 p. m 


“ 8:25 a. m [Cecilia 


“ 7 30 p. m 


“ 9x0 a in v li/abethtown 


“ 8 03 p. ra 


“ 9:35 a. m Grayson Springs 


“ 6.30 p. m 


“ 9: .8 p ra eitcnfiel 


11 6.JO p. m 


“ 11:35 P- 111 Bca cr Dam 


** 4.26 p. m 


12:3 p. m uen ral C.uy 


“ 3 2 5 P- ni 


“ 4:10 p. ni wensboro 


** 9. 25 a. m 


** 1:14 p. m Grccnvdle 


3.07 p.m 


“ a:oo p. m Sor'onville 


“ a 00 p. m 


•* 3:20 p. m ; F ru'ceton 


“ 12 31 p. IT 


“ 3:65 p. in fiddvvi le 


“ 11 . 5, a. m 


“ 4:00 p m Kutta*a 


“ i»-5  a m 


•* 5:30 p. m Paducah 


“ 10 20 a. n- 


“ 6: 6 p. m Mayfield 


“ 9.15 a ra 


“ 7; * 4 p. m Fulton 


“ 7 55 a- m 


44 8:10 p. m P ducah Junction 


“ 7 30 1. Di 


" 8:25 p. m Rives 


** 715am 


“ 8:49 p. m h ast 1 roy 


" 6 53 a. m 


" 9:50 p. nrNewbern 


“ 5*55a.n» 


• “ 10:20 p. mj Dyersburg 


Lve 5.25 a. in 


Connections at Central City with O. & N. 



LOUrSVlLLE L NASHVILLE RAIL- 
ROAD COMPANY. 

TIME-TABLE IN EFFECT OCTOBER u, ,88,. 



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THENEW ROUTE EAST 

VIA WASHINGTON. 

fHEUPEMS k Oil'd RAILWAY, 

The only i.ine running 

i- OLID TRAINS. 

WITH PULLMAN SLEEPING COACHES, 

PROM 

Lonisyille and Lexington to Washington, 

hrough the G*aniest Scenery in A*» erica, 
connecting direct in Penn. Depot for 

bSLTIIORE, PHILADILPHIA iKD 
SEW TOEK. 

The only Direct Line to 

Virginia and the Carolinas. 

SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCTOBER 29-.h, IS82. 



iron iptbu uiiiwiii 

THE DIRECT LINE AND P3PUlY!R 
ROUTE BETWEEN CENTRAL , 
KENTUCKY AND THE 
NORTH, EAST, AND 
WEST VIA CIN- 
CINNATI. 

QnicK Time, Close and Sure Connections. 

TIME TABLE IN EFFECT, SUNDAY, OCT. 

15. 1882. 



. ... 


■A iTWASB. 


No. 4. 
Daily. 


No. 2 
Daily 
exSunday 


No 6. 
Daily. 


Lve Cincinnati 

Lve Louisville 

Lve 1 exington 

Air Winchester 

Arr Mi Sterling 

Arr Morehead 

Lve Ashland 

nrr Huntington 

Lve Hunti-gton 

Arr Charleston 

Arr Staunton 

Arr Charlottsville ... 

Arr Richmo d 

Lve Charhttsviile... 
Arr Washington...... 


8:00 p. m 
7:4s P- m 
11:42 p. m 
12:26 a. m 
1:00 a. m 

4:27 a. m 
5:05 a m 

5 35 »• "» 
7.2a n. m 

4:20 p. m 
s:;o p. m 
9:3# p ra 
6:00 p. m 

9.55 P- ro 
6:45 a. m 


8.00 a. m 
7:00 a m 
1:25 p. m 
2:22 p. m 
£05 p m 
4:34 P ro 
7.20 p. m 
8 05 p m 

3:45 P ro 
6.58 p. m 
9:45 a- ni 

11:45 a. m 
4:15 P *n 


10.15am 

05,1111 

11.25am 

DI 

1 or a m 

2 'jam 
9 00 a m 














No. 3. 


No 1. 


No. 5. 


WESTWARD. 


Daily. 


Dailv 


Daily. 






exSunday 




L tt New York 


10:00 a m 


O/cp m 




Lve Washington 


5:10 p. u. 


7.10 a m 




Arr Charlottsville... 


9:05 p. 01 


11 47 a in 




Lve Richmond 


5 *5 P* *« 


' 8:00 a. m 





Lve Charlottsville... 


9:top. m 


12:15 p. m 




Lve Stiunton 


10:37 p in 


24; p.m 





Lve Clifton forge... 


12:50 a m 


6 50 p. m 


5 45 * ro 


Lve Charleston 


7:35 a m 


3 57 a. m 


a 50 p in 


Lve Huntiogton 


9 25 a. m 


6:30 a. m 


4. to p m 


Arr Ashlai d 


10:05 a. m 


7:15 m 


5.30 pm 


Arr Morehead 





*0:05 a. m 




Arr Mt Sterling 


1:18 p. m 


11:36 a. m 





Arr Winchester 


1:55 P* 


12:20 p. m 





Arr Lexington 


2:40 p. m 


1:15 p m 




Arr Louisville 


6:40 p. m 


6.15 p n- 


... ....... 






5:45 P ro 








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Lexington Division run on Columbus time. Main 
Line trains by Washington time 
Nos. 1 and a run daily, except Sunday. Stop at 

all Stations. 

Nos 3 and 4 daily through between Louisville, 
Cincinnati, Lexington, Huntington. Richmond, and 
Washinr ion. 

WT Note this. — T rains Nos. 3 and 4 do not stop 
for loc-1 business 

No. 5 r » s d lily from Clifton Forge to Ashland. 
St ps at all S at : ons. 

No. 6 runs daily from Ashland to Richmond. 
Stops at all Stations. * 

No. 7 leaves Mt. Sterling daily, except Sunday, 
at r. o A M., and arrives Lexington, 7.10 A. M. 

No. 8 leaves Lexington 7.30 P. M. dai'.v, except 
Sunday, ard arrives Mt. Sterling 9:00 P. M. 

No. 13 leaves Hunt ngtoo 11:5%* A M. daily ex- 
cept Sunday, and arrives Ashlaud 1:00 P. M 

n’o. 14 leaves Ashland, 1:45 P. M. daily except 
Sunday, and arrives Huntington 3 :co P. M 
For Kates, Tickets, Baggage-Checks, 



apply to 
icket Of- 



anv office of C. & O. R’y; or Depot or Tick 
fice of connecting lines. 

C. W. SMITH, Gen' l Manager. 
H W. FULLER, Gen’ l Passenger Agent. 



IT 1151 -A- FACT 



THAT THI 



R. R. for Owensboro. 

At Paducah with Ohio and Tennessee River 
Packets 

At Fulton w ; th C. ST L. & N O. R. R., at Pa 
ducah Junction wi h N. C. St. L. & N. R. R., at 
Rives wi h M. & U , R. R. at Elizabethtown with 
N. W r , at I OHis.ille with all lines diverging 
thtr from. 

Iraios run daily. 

B J HokTON, Oen’l Ticket Agent 



LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE 

RAILH04D C1AE. 

THE QUICK AND DIRECT ROUTE 

FROM LOUISVILLE TO 



Arkansas and Texas. 

in mm Kim, 



(50 MILES | 

shortest] 

AND THE ONLY ROUTE 

WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS. 

IF YOU ARE 

GOING TO EMIGRATE 

^ro 

Shcnnan, Dallas, Ft. Worth, 
Austin, Houston, 

THIS IS THE 

CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE. 

NO CHANGE OF CARS 

TO 

Montgomery, Mobile, Mem- 
phis, New Orleans. 

For further information, address 

O. t». ATMfOHE, G. P. &* T. A., 
Louisville, Kentucky. 



*7 7 7 

O. VICKERY, Augusta Me. 



A YEAR AND EXPENSES TO 
Agents. Outfit free. Address P 



OHIO' & MISSISSIPPI 

BAUjWAY 

IS THE BEST LINE 

arrasEM 

Louisvi le. St. Lauis. 



Great West. 

The great advantage wmch this ine offers to all 
classes of passengers cannot be equaled. It is the 
only line by whicn a’.rdasses of passengers are car- 
ried through from Louisville to St. Louis without 
change of cars It is the only line between Louis- 
ville and St. Louis bv which families moving to the 
West arc not compelled to change cars at midnight. 

Tt is the only line running 
•Passenger Coaches from 
Louisville to 8t. Louis. 

STEEL BAIL8, QUICK TIMS. DIRECT CONM1CTIOK. 

The Equipment is First-class. 

All trains are run into the Union Depot, St. Louis, 
where direct connection is made with all lines for 
all points in 

HDURI, ARKANSAS, KANSAS. 

Nobr«aU.a. 

Colorado, California. 



pal offices of connecting r~ r ~T' ^ 

offices in Louisville. For maps, time tables, land 
circulars and particular information regarding rates 
or routes, call on or address either of 'he ollowiug 
agents: R. S. Biown agent, Louisville, Ky. : 
J. H. Gilbert, passenger agent, Lexington, Ky. ; 
C. W. Paris, agent, 48 West, 4th street, 159 Walnut 
street, Cincinnati, O. 

W. W. PEABODY. Gen- IS* fit. 
C. S CONK. I*.. Gtn’l Pair. ARe 

TS POPULARITY IS UNPARALLELL 

130,000 sold 1 

the wonderiul and increasing demand lor by far A 
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PRICE 
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This work is Profusely Illustrated, tells the entire 
ehri bng story of his eventful life and tragic death; 
has been critically revised a d approved by on e 
ol his most intimate personal friends; has tar out 
*old all other edition* because the best and cheap- 
est, and our terms to Agents are the most liberal of 
any. Superb Steel Plate Portraits Free 1 1 Outfit 
50c. 

For proof of excellence, success of Agents and 
terms address HUBBARD BROS., Pubs., Cincin 
nati. Ohio 



LIFE OF GARFIELD 



SOUTH 



STATIONS. 


No. 2. i 


No 4 


Lve. Covington 


8.00 a m 


a. 30 p ml 


“ Falmouth 


9.40 a m 1 


flop ni! 


“ Cvnthiana 


10 50 a m 


5-ojp m 


“ Paris 


11.30 a m 1 


5 45 P 


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6 35 P n  


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Lve. Lexington 

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*’ Cynihiina.. 

“ Falmo th 

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5 45 P m|i 55 a ro 


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5 08 0 IT. 
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Maysvi le Divi ion. 


STATIONS. 


No. 9 No. ix 




Lve. Lexington .. ... 


5:00 pm 




“ Parks 


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Arr- M 1 ersburg ... 620pm 6:45 am 



Carlisle.... 

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STATIONS. 



( p m, 7: r  s a in I 

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No. 10. No. 12. | 



Lve. Mavs* ills ..... 1 600am 1:00 pm 

“ Carlisle 7. 7am 2:34 n m 

“ Mtlie sburg .... 8:00 am anspm 

Arr. raris , 8:2(1 m 3:2 pin 

" Lextngtor,. .. j 9 25 • m 6:35 o m 

Train* No 5 and 6 run da ly; all others daily ex- 
cep r Sundry. 

No v. Leaves Falmouth 6.30 a m., irrives Cov- 
ington 8 20 tt. 'u 

No. 8. I raves Covington 5:35 p. in., arrives Fal- 
mouth 7:4^ p. m. 

v lose Jo nection made in Cincinnati for all 
poin's Worth. E»Ht, and ^ eat. Speci'l rates to 
emigra^s. Ask ihe agent at the above named 
places /.or a time folder of ** Blue-Grass Rome." 
Round trip tickets from Mavsville and Lexington 
to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates. 

For rates Ou household goods and western tickets, 
address 

S. F. SWIFF, Agent, Lexington, Ky. 

C L. BRO N, 

Gen’l Pass, and Freight Agent 
G W BEN U£R, Vup’t. 



AND 

Texas Pacific Railway Company. 

TIME TABLE. 

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Tri-weekly Kentucky yeoman, 1882-12-28

4 pages, edition 01

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