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 r apos i l THE DAILY COMMONWEALTH FRANKFORT KENTUCKY FEBRUARY yS NO 284 mi TRI XEEUT COHIKWI1LTI Electmve Military anil Judicial Di I p U n p 1 1 C O pn C l Ubli tcd ever JI nd T Will rectory of the State of Kentucky t nOrWnO Ob UU quot Fr d quot gt r WHOLESALE COLUMN HODGES HUGHES amp CO We publish for the information of our read ers the following Directory of all the depart FOUR DOLLARS PER ANNUM payable ments of the State Government of Kentucky in advance WS HUGHES State Printer i ir Wkeely Commonwealth a large mam th heot is published every Tuesday morning at r VO DOLLARS PER ANNUM in advance ar terms tor advertising either in the Tn cckly ui Weekly Commonwealth will be a lib 1 in any of the newspapers published in the Executive Department Thos E Bramlette Fraukfort secretary s office E L Van Winkle Spc v f State Frankfort Jaa R Pane Assistant Secretary Franklort Daniel Claike Ancient Governor Fraukfort Everybody jvervbo ly Cits having ni ely auditor apos s office Wm T Samuels Auditor Frankfort E lgar Keenou Assistant Auditor Frankfort apos I I L apos YT V T T apos 1 UOerio Keenou Clerk Frankfurt Lj li iVl Hi Is 10 i Janies M Withrow Clerk Frankfort R R Bicon Clerk Frankfort John A Crittenden Gle r k Frankfort William L Harlan Clerk Frankfort Charles T Miller Cierk Frankfurt ants to make out their bills and John l Sneed Clerk Frankfurt save a vast amoun of labor by VVioee Coleman Poi ter Franklort CINCINNATI OHIO We have now in Store the largest Stock of DRY GOODS AT W HOLES ALE Ever brought to THE W EST Our Good were pu chased and orders placed ear ly in July when p ices were 10 to 25 percent lower than the PREVAILING RATES OF TODAY We are thus enabled to sell at STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION NOTICE or the THERE was committed to the r I j r T lin county as a runaway slare Liverpool and London Fire amp Life caning bi eif wil about 12 years of age black cole INSURANCE COMPANY inches high aod weighs Mpoun gt a roundabout a d jean pants vs On the Ut day of January 1863 made to the And quot W A a60a itGT of the State of Kentucky 9 tn compliance with Vh act entitled An act to reflate Agendo o 1 C C0 f r WErd Foreign Insurance Companies approved id h i C 0r b MarcA 1856 44 the lm quot NOTICE GEO W SMALL THERE was committed to the jail of Frank lin county as a runaway lave Dec 11 1863 8 ALfc a negro boy calling himself WILLIAM He ie I S P C I attention to hie NEW AX about 12 years of age black color four foet ten FLENDluSPRlNU IMPORTATION ol inches high aad weighs 80 pounds ho had on Carpeting CWtatn Goode Floor Oil Clothe J a roundabout a d jean pan is very much Worn ting Linen Goods Says he belongs to Wm llooson of Fayette ooun Ani CTery vanety 0 r prove proper he dealt with NAME AND LOCATION The name of the Company is the LIVERPOOL AND LONDON FIRE AND LIFE INSIR ANCE COMPANY and is located in Liverpool Englund CAPITAL The amount of its Capital Stock Deo 25 1863 1 m H R MILLER J F C is authorised NOTICE THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THeJ Franklin county jail as a runaway slave on the 20th day of December 18 gt 3 a negro bey calling himselt bAN FORD He ie of a copper color Ant every variety of Ht ie Steamboat ft Hotel Furnishings loose Goods are tresh of choice selection an mai y of them entirely new in design 1 will sell at such prices for CASH ONLY a cannot fail to give perfect and entire s itisfaction GEO W SMALL No 327 Main St Three dour Weei of May I9 t lU62 tf B nk oj LonumiUe A C KfifeHOlTS BOOK BINDERY The amount of tho Capital Stock paid up is with surplus fund 16 000 000 00 about 5 feet 6 or 8 inches high weighing 13u i rm imi JiiAi ii MUON WEALTH OFFICE TREASURER apos S OFFICE James H Garrtrd Treasurer Frankfort Mason P Biowii Clerk Frankfort LAND OFFICE Jas A Dawson Register Frankfort Ktchaid Sharpe Chief Clerk Fraukfort Ben Chase Clerk Frauklort SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Rev Daniel Stevenson Frankfort J II M Roes Clerk Franklort BOARD OF INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT LO apos VEIt PRICES Thrn can NOW bo purcha ed in New York i amp Qi 2Ba3 a 33 COR NEK FIFTH AND VINE SILKS amp DRESS GOODS AT VV HOLE i A L E We have tho largest Stock of Rim SILKS amp DRESS GOODS I 1 y TI gt M O quot V T ft Philip Swigert Frankfort quot V J I y w V y JNT M John M T ddf Franklort William Brown Sr Bowlinggreen luru out that class of Printing in the highest style attorney general of the art and at the John M Harlan Fraukfort ASSETS T fT 1 J ai l Cash on hand in Banks and on hA demand New York 2 Real estate unincumbered 3 Debts due the Company secur a td i ed by mortgage on unincumber ed Real E taTe worth Vl per cent more than the same is V1 Dm mortgaged for as per vouchers and schedule accompanying G i I fi liO 4 Debts due the Company for apos apos U I apos C premiums and in the bands of Agents and course of transmis sion 4 I 5 The Bonds and Stooks owned AJ Id by the Company per vouchers accompanying how securod and the rate of interest thereon C GOODS to wit rj Ul k 0 United States 6 per cent Stock of 1861 7 All other securities pounds Says he belongs to Thos Posey of 6 559 525 00 Shelby oounty Kcniuoky he has siaoe said however that he belongs to Mrs Amanda Jesse ot shelby county and not to said Posey The owner can come forward prove proper iSK amp v A C KEEXON informs his friends and customers that he still continues the Book Binding business in all its branches at his old St vnd over Major e Book 232 541 76 ty and pay charges or he will be dealt with 5 or n ttreei and will give his whole 130 660 00 as the law requ res attention to its management He respeetlully H It MILLER J F C solicits a continuance ot the patronage heretofore Dec apos 51 1863 1 in extended to the establishment H R MILLER J F C 685 400 00 M amp apos CLERK S will be furnished with RECORD BOOKS ruled to any patera and ot the very best NOTICE quality of paDer THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE CAR JtdrBLANK BOOKS of every description roll county jail as a runaway slave a negro ttotiee to order on rea CINCINNATI man calling himself ED WILLIAMS He is about 5 teet 8 or 9 inches high light complex 78 042 69 ion 19 years of age had on when taken up a striped cassimere box eoat black telt hat and gray mixed pants aad ia his possession an oil loth and blanket marked with the letters U S lie was taken irom the steamer Pnma Donna at the wharf at Carrollton Carroll county Ky Says ue belongs to Park Townsend of Huntsville Ala 46 000 00 barna 49 apos i 83 23 The owner can come forward prove proper sonable terms Frankfort March 23 1863 ti Proclamation by the Governor 750 REWARD COMMONWEALTH OF KENTt CKY I 1 XI CTIVX Dk P A RT SKNT j W HEREAS It has be u made known to me that JOHN MULLINS MICAJAU RICH ARDS and BAL DAN i ELS alias Bal Jones did on the ot October 18 r 3 murder James Ed VERY LOWEST PRICES John M Harlan Fraukfort PUBLIC PRINTER Wm E Hughes Frauklort Which we offer to Merchants at LIABILITIES LOW PRICES 1 The amount of Liabilities due Total assets of the Company 1 222 027 68 the law requires j quot UIUUB IHC Ul Vtll UBI lO apos 1 U1UIUCI 1H1LC apos f h WlU b d lt WUk wards ot Adair county and that the said DAVID OWEN J C C August 8 184 PUBLIC BINDER f WV ROOKS AND BLANKS J C F apos kf apos FORSALE ark Geo A Robertson Fraukforl at commonwealth office j Geo A Robertson Fraukfort BOOKS Military Department ADJUTANT general s office L C HOPKINS ft CO FRENCH MERINOS MAGENTA MERINOS AZTJLINE M r RINOS CO BURGS MODE ALPACAS BLACK ALPACAS POIL DE CHEVRES WO OLE V PLAIDS FRENCH REPPS FRENCH POPLINS and not due to Banks and other Creditors none 2 Losses unadjusted and Losses in suspense waiting for further Dec 17 1863 lm NOTICE THERE was committed to the jail of Nel derers are now going at large Now therefore I THOd K BRAMLETTE Governor of the Common wealth ot Kentucky do hereby offer a reward of TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS for the apprehension of each of said murderers and their delivery to the Jailer son county as a runaway slave 30th day ot Adair county within ona year trom the date p roo f 73 140 25 P ov apos a negro boy calling himself GEORGE All other claims against the Company none Total liabilities 73 140 25 He is about 14 or 15 years of age i feet i or 3 apos apos IN TESTIMONY inches high dark copper color Says he belongs I 1 have hereunto set m to John Anderson living near Nashville Ten A r e d the seal of the Co nessee I J affixed Done at Fr The owner can come forward prove property 1 7 Nov A D and pay charges or he will be dealt with ae the d year of the Common alih IN TESTIMONY WHEREOf I have hereunto set my hand and caus ed the seal of the Commonwealth to be affiaed Done at Frankfort this 27th day of Nov A D 1863 and in the John Boyle Adjutant General Fraukfort gt KOi A HARLAN b OF THE DE ChflrU 9 Hay don Clerk Frankfort i ION6 OF THE COLRT OF APPEAL Wm E Coli C i erki Frauklort r lt i r T a tltE O F apos K EXT UC K Y Chas J Clarke Clerk Frankfort IsLDhTATLTE OF KENTUCKY j ohn B Tillord Clerk Frankfort BATES OF TH E CO NVENTio N Frank H Pooe C e k Franklort IDE 0 JUS C apos ii apos ctEEul aiiERl F N r oro rc bv John C Herndon D VV Lindsey Inspector General Franklort I Vol Price 3 10 James F Tureman Chief Clerk Frankfort i C GENERAL ACTS of Session 1855 6 Pamphlet form Price 100 quartermaster general s office GHBOROUGH S DIGEST OF THE STAT Samuel G Suddarth Quartermaster General TES Franklort 1 vol Priee 90 W T Poynter AudilingC lerk Frankfort Thos A Theobald Ordnance Clerk at Arsenal a xt ir o Frankfort LAIDS STATE OF NEW YORK 1 n oirvo City and County of Neu York j apos C rtf Henry Grinnell Deputy Chairman and Alfred PLAIS EMPRESS CLOIHS p e n j Resident Secretary of the Liverpool and r j t yj lt j fK r London Fire and Life Insurance Company be BLANKS ANKS FOR COUNTY COURT JUDGES of all kinds Price 50 cts per quire i STICEs BLANKS WARRANTS AND EX ECUTIONS Price 50 ets per qmire Judicial Department COURT OF APPEALS f V VC Alvin Duvall Chief Justice Georgetown ill lON ire Joshua F Bullitt Judge Louisville INSTABLE SALE OTICES REPLEVIN Belvard J P Mount Sterhng d iviTo i Rulu K Williams Judge Mayfield uu nUs ae i p p imrtpr Prmikfnrt Rufus K Williams Judge Mayfield licc 50 cu per quire I P Metcalfe Reporter Fraukfort i RIFF S REPLEVIN BONDS Leslie Combs Clerk Franklort price 50 cts per quire R R Soiling Deputy Clerk Frankfort IRCUIT CLERK S EXECUTIONS Price go eta per quire Judges of circuit courts tiLANK CHECKS on Branch Bank of Kentucky l t Diet C S Marshall Bandville Fraukfort and Farmers Bank of Kentucky 2j Oigt R T Pclroe Hopkinsville i riee 75 ct per quire 3j Digt Janies Stuart Brandenburg lLANK DEEDS Prica 1 per quires 4 t h Dist A VV Graham B iwlingg 5th Dist J E Newman Bardstown Orders from a distance for any of the above 6th Dist F T F apos ox Danville named B oks or Blanks will be promptly attend 7tli Dist Peter B Muir Louisville d to when accompanied by the Casa and if de gih Hist Geo C Drane New Cast JUDGES of circuit courts 1st Dist C S Marshall Bandville 2d Dist R T Petrce Hopkinsville 3d Dist Janies Stuart Brandenburg 4th Dist VV Graham Bowlinggreen 5th Dist J E Newman Bardstown 6th Dist F T Fox Danville 3a 2 DfS3i 13 amp COR FIFTH AND VINE We have in Store IT WiaoSiKSALK TEN THOUSAND SHAWLS AT LOW PRICES Watervleit SacARF Shawls YVatervleit Drab Shawls Watervleit Long Shawls Watervleit Mourning Shawls Middlesex Shawls Middlesex Mourning Shavvhs New Style Striped Shawls Rich Plaid Shawls Brochb Sac are Shawls Broche Long Shawls law requires MARTIN COYLE J N C Dec 25 1863 lm NOTICE COMMITTED to the jail of Lyon ceuaty Ky a negro woman who oalls herself CHARITY ing severally sworn depose and say and each a woman wh9 0 J a s CHARITY for himself says that the f egoing is a full T0 Ll VER and who say she is free Said negro true and correct statement of the affairs of the Q a f THO E BRAMLETTE By the Governor E L VaaWiNKLR Secretary of State By Jar R Page Assistant Secretary DESCRIPTIONS John Mullins ia a low heavy set mao with a scar on one ot bis cheeks Micajah Richards is a dark skio black eyed w st woman was arrested as a runaway D about five Micajah Kichards is a dark skin black e said Company that the said Insurance Company feet hi h about fo ity i ne years of age copper slender about 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high is the bona Jide owner of at least ONE HUN gt JOHN LONG J L 0 is mortgaged for that the above described invest reQU i re j ments nor any part thereof are made for the JOHN LONG J L O benefit of any individual exercising authority in jj ec jg Ig63 i m the management of said Company nor for any apos other person or persons whatever that the mort gages above described have not been assigned NO TICK nor in any manner released or impaired by said THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE JAIL Company and that they are the above described of Adair county as a runaway slave on the nn pn Tv n PTPT V TH complexion slender made aad will w igk about Bal Daniels alias Bai Jones is a large lignt DRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS oue b unilred and fifteen pounds haired light eyed ruffian looking man near 6 ol actual Cash Capital invested tn Stooks and TLe owner f gaid ne ro 1 nqaeaUd te come high weighs 170 or I8u pounds All profess Bonds or n Mortgages on unincumbered Real f Jrward property pay charges an take to be Tennessee refugees w Sa T her away or she will h debit with u the law Nov 27 1863 wAt 3m officers of the said Insurance Company IIENRY GRINNELL Deputy Ch tn Alfred Pell Resident Sec y Subscribed and sworn to before me a Commis JODN LONG j l o JAMES A HARPER Dec 19 1863 lm Aucti neer and Commissioa Merchant NOTICE Mem street between Broadway and Mill Street THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE JAIL LEXINGTON KY of Adair county as a runaway slave on the AVING secured the services of a competent 30th of December 1865 a negro nsau named Auctioneer I am now fully prepared to give JAMES He is about 2 1 years of age black prompt attention to all Sales of Stock Real Es color sp rely built and claims to be the propertj or p rsonal Property either in the oity or c t iv i a s v m J of James Williams of Smith oounty Tennessee Subscribed and sworn to before me a Commis The owner can come forward prove property sioner for Kentucky in and for said county of and pay charges or he will be dealt with as the New York State of New York this 21st day of law requires W T SMYTH J C country N u Consignments of all kinds solicited January 1862 January A D 1863 MI1MM SKIMS FOR THE TRADE 6 000 DAN SEIXAS Com r for Ky in N Y Auditor s Office Ky Frankfort March 21 1863 Jan 7th 1864 lm NOTICE ON the 30th day of December 1863 a negro boy calling himself MITCHELL was committed t w mnu V T CUAMSROa I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true to the Monroe county jail as a ruaaway slave copy ot the original on file in this office lie is about 5 feet 4 inches high weighs about 135 In witness whereo apos I have hereto set pounds light color heavy lips shows the whites f my hand and affixed my official seal the ot his eyes considerably L apos 8 apos j day and year above written The owner can come forward prove property GRANT GREEN Auditor be forwarded by mail Ae postage will be 8 th Dist Geo C Drane New Castle 9th Dist Joseph Doniphan Augusta re it uj gt on the condition that it be refunded by jp lb VV Andrews F apos lemingsburg he r i n ordering the article to be sent by mail j 0 19t Richard Apperson Jr Mt Sterling BALMORAL SKIRTS inc d BRUNNER S SKIRTS Ao apos 102 Tu DI tor s Offiox Ky WASHINGTON SKIRTS A h apos Mai c c if I if tv Frankfort 21st Mirch 1863 j hXULlsu ZKIICIS mis IS TO CEKTIFY That Jno B Tern L C HOPKINS 4 apos CO pie as Agent of the Liverpool and London Fire and Life Insurance company of Liverpool Eng land at Frankfort F apos ranklin county has filed in BLEACHED this office the statements and exhibits required oiTinmriTiut nn onrmmiiTno by the provisions of an act entitled An act to SHIRTINGS AND SI1RLIINGS regulate Agencies of Foreign Insurance Compa 1 2th Dist Granville Pearl London n M n apos i vri IiYT gt pi I T Dist W C Goodloe Richmond LOO iv A Lv JOlS 1 AvIIN llivVJ 14th Dist W P Fowler Siniililaud We are prepared to execute all kinds of CHANCELLORS Rdllk Pamphlet and Job ork 4th Diet J VV Ritter Glasgow r 7th Dist Henry Pirtle Louisville in the ncatc t and b st style on short notice and Hirry Stucky Clerk Louisville Chancery Court C HOPKINS 4 bleached The owner can ooino forward prove property and pay charges or he will be dealt with accor ding to law MARTIN BAILEY J M C Jan 11 1864 lm Proclamation by the Governor 250 REWARD COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Exxcutivb DsratTitiirr I FINNELL St CHAMBERS ATTORNEYS AT LAW OFFICE West Side Scott St bet Third dc Fourth Street CO TING TON KEN TUCK Y February 22 lSeO tf LYSANDER HORD ATTORNEY AT LAW FRANKFORT KY P RACTICES Law in the Court of Appeals Federal Court and Franklin Circuit Court Any business confided to him shall be faithfully and promptly attended to His office is on St i low as any office wiil do similar work LAWYER S BRIEFS 1 rimed in the very best and neatest mafiner and n moderate terms BLANKS Ou bt ftteriffs and all other kind of Blanks tiotAf r n ffihort and moderate term Estate cf James Harlan dec apos d Louisville commonwealth apos s attorneys 1st Dist P D Yeiser Paducah 2d Dist E P Campbell Princeton 3d Dist John Chapeze Hartford 4th Dist VV B Jones Franklin 5ih Dist L II Noble Lett mon 6 th Uist M II Owsley Burksville 7th Disc J R Dupuy Louisville 8 th Dist John L Scott Franklort 9th Dist R B Carpenter Covington Kith Dist Geo M Thomas Clarksburg WHOLESALE nies approved March 3 1856 and it having been ty of Thomas Harris was sentenced to be haag shown to the satisfaction of the undersigned that on Dth of December next for the murder gaid Company is possessed of an actual capital of of Johnson Harris who has made his escape from W HEREAS it has been made known to me Clair street near the Branch Bank of Kentucky that a negro man named BOB the proper where he may generally be found ty of Thomas Harris was sentenced to be hung Frankfort Jan 12 1859 tf Portsmouth B Portsmouth P Altawanyan XX Greene White Rock Rhode Island Red Bank 7 8 insurance at his office in Frankfort for the term and 4 4 Hudson of one quot 1 rrom l e h re I lt f But l 8 IL apos cense may be revoked if it shall be made to ap L f i TT f TY T quot f V7 O t r pear to the undersigned that since the filing D apos y lvliiu sX the statements above referred to the available CORNER FIFTH AND VINE capital of said Company has heen reduced below at least one hundred and fifty thousand dollars as required by said act the said Jno B Temple the Union county jail and is now going at large Now therefore I THOS E BRAMLETTE as Agent as aforesaid is hereby licensed and Governor of the Commonwealth aforesaid do permitted to take risks and transact business of hereby offer a reward of TWO HUNDRED XND insurance at his office in Frankfort for the term FIF 1 Y DOLLARS for the apprehension of the of one year from the date hereof But this Li Bob and his delivery to the Jailer of Union county within one year from the date hereof 4 s IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF J WARNER DEA apos IAL SURGEOS FRANKFORT KY O FFICE at Lewis B Crutcher s opposite the Capitol of the State dr Will be in Frai kfort the second and third CORNER FIFTH AND VINE l have hereunto set my band aad caused I week of each month 3 gt the seal of the Commonwealth to be af one hundred and fifty thousand dollars V j fixed Done at Frankfort this 17th day L S IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I apos of Nov A D 1863 aad ia the 72d I Q l Lave set my hand the day and year above writ year of the Commonwealth I il II ten GRANT GREEN Auditor THOS E BRAMLETTE ALE JOHN B TEMPLE Agent VaTwImml Seeretary of State Frankfort By Jas R Pag Assistant Seeretary OS March 25 1863 2w 1 XIIE undersigned having been appointed ad llth Dist J 8 Duty Ml Sterling uiinUtrators of the estate of James Harlan I2ih Dist Hugh I Finley Whitley G H deceased request all persons indebted to the same Hlh Dial VV S Downey Winchester to make an early settlement Persons having 1 4th Dist John Barrett Henderson claims against said estate will have them prepar ed for adjustment All persons who may have any books law or tho e bramlette K L Vanwinkle miscellaneous belonging to said estate are e BRAMLETTE amp VANWINKLE Quested to return them to the undersignel at apos attorneys at lay JAMES HARLAN Jr JOHN M HARLAN A d ministra tors March 14 1863 Yeoman copy in e r i c a n tras h AT WHOLESALE 20 33 ales BLEACHED AND BROWN AT LOW PRICES v u s s i a Crash By the Governor E L Van Winkle Seeretary of State By Jas R Paob Assistant Secretary Proclamation by the Governor 250 REWARD James harlan jk JOHN M H rt AN HARLAN k HARLAN Attorneys at Law FRANKFORT KY k 47 TLL practice law in the Court of Appeals f Y in the Federal eouits bidden in Frankfort Louisville and Covington and in the Circuit Courts of Franklin Woodford Shelby Henry Anderson Owen Mercer and Scott Special attention given to the collection of claims They will in all cases where it ia desir ed attend to toe unsettled law business of James narlan dec d Correspondence in reference to that business is requested March 16 186 5 tf a J ILL practice in the Court of Appeals and IT Federal Courts held in K ntucky 5W Officein MANSION HOUSE nearly op dosite Commonwealth Printing Office E L dr J S VANWINKLE Will practice in the Franklin Anderson Boyle and adjacent Circu t Courts SF Offi es F rankfort and Danvillk Sept 14 1863 by nSTwSSS I ISDI4S4POMS inn I S CONDUCTED by an able and complete faculty and is always open for the reception J 0 f v i a it ure or pupils being in perpetual session DENTAL SURGEON Full particulars sent to any address on receipt OjfUe and resident oa Main between St Clair end of stamp Address Lewis Streets THOS J BKXAJNT FRANKFORT KY August 12 1863 3m A L LSS r S i I i ia LonitTiUe Frankfort and Lexington per ormed in a scientific and satisfactory manner ft Frankfort Railroads He would ask the particular attention of those n m i p wanting artificial Teeth to his own improvement upon the Gold Rimmed Plate which for cleanli Sr Mw r ness durability and neatness cannot be excelled w quot vXand after MONDAY NOVEM BER 2 1863 fMT Specimens o f all kinds of plate work may t j e Accommodation Train will leave Louis be eeen at his offloe WR T 3 l t 3 2 o M Frankfort April U 1M Iy Oet 30 1863 SAM L GILL gab t 1 c c 1 f r n c li Commonwealth or Kentucby USSia V gt r a S n Executive Department J BY THE BALE ajaTHEREAS it has been made known to me r t t v j j T T that LE4 lb CHAP Vf AN under an in I j llv I IV I L O OC V L L dictment in the Union Circuit Court for the tnur der of Van Austin has made his escape from the CORNER FI I Til AND INE Union county jail and is now going at large Now therefore I THOS E BRAMLETTE JR p fa Governor of the Commonwealth aforesaid do I MOLL LlfivCiVWi hereby offer a reward of TWO HUNDRED AVD FIFTY DOLLARS for the apprehension of the AT WHOLESALE said Chapman and his delivery to the jailer ol 7 4 Bleached Damask 7 5 Snow Drop Union county within one year from the date 8 4 Bleached D gt mask 8 4 Snow Drop Damask tf TESTIMONY WHEREOF 1 owe or ere owe have hereunto set my hand and causeo L C HOPKINS amp CO gt s day of Nov A D 1863 and in th EMIBISODiSiilSOIES C Tlior E BRAMLETTE AT Wild K apos tJATK By the Governor Al W U U L c oALi j E L Van WinKLR Secretary of State We have a superb Stock of By Jas R Page Assistant Secretary CORNER FIFTH AND VINE tableTineims AT WHOLESALE 7 4 Bleached Damask 7 5 Snow Drop 8 4 Bleached Dunaek 8 4 Snow Drop Damask Towels Bordered Towels L C HOPKINS amp CO AT WHOLESALE We have a superb Stock of EMBROIDERED DESCRIPTION Bob is about 20 years of age five feet eix inch es high dark color oompactly built left handed and weighs about 160 pounds Nov 17 1863 wAtw3m NEW ENGLAND Fire amp Marine Insurance Comp y OF HARTFORD CONNECTICUT 0 amp F Business Confined To Fire Insurance Exclusively quot Ua Chartered Capital 500 000 l Losses equitably adjusted aud promptly paid GEO W GVVIN Agent Frankfort April 13 1863 by May 13th 1863 tf Kentucky Kiver al I HAVE just received a fresh supply of the BEST KENTUCKY RIVER COAL also a large lot of CANNEL Pittsburg Youghiogheny and Pomeroy which I will sell at the lowest market priee All orders will be promptly filled for any point on the railroad or city by applying to me by mail er at my Coal Yard in Frankfort febl twtf 3 BLACK Euglish and Classical School R EV R S HITCHCOCK in accordance with a notice already given proposes to open an ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL SCHOOL tor boys ON MONDAY THE 19TU IN apos T Tuition per school year iO lO one half in advance Persons desirous of sending their boys will please apply at the Capital Hotel I have permission to refer to Rev D Steven son Superintendent of Public Instruction Col James H Garrard Treasurer of the State of Ky J B Temple Cashier of the Farmers Bank J M Mills M D Rev J S Hays Pastor of the Presbyterian Church Oet 12 1863 tf HOUSE AND LOT For 8 ale 1 OFFER for sale MY RESIDENCE on Main Street in Frankfort It is a largo aad con rkN and after MONDAY NOVEM BER 2 1863 the Accommodation Train will leave Louis rille ft 3 20 p M Oet gt 0 1863 SAM L GILL Sap apos t MED 8373 MALTESE LACE COLLARS LACE SLEEVES LACE SETS EDGINGS HANDKERCHIEFS AC Merchants will find it greatly advantageous to examine our stock of goods before purchasing L C HOPKINS amp CO CINCINNATI OHIO Sept 25 1863 DESCRIPTION lie is about 40 years of ago 6 feet high heavy built light hair and blue eyes Nov 17th 1863 wAtw3m james speed wm r barret SPEED amp BARRET attorneys at law LOUISVILLE KY H AVE associated with them Samuel B Smith of the late firm of Bullitt A Smith in the J tt VT TVT ATY I ortaa wrwie at naaii w 71 ivliv iVLAD street in Frankfort It is a la ATTORNEY ft COUNSELLOR AT LAW en nt brick hou e T ru 1 ber 1 GALLATIN MO OeteberTth 1863 tf A G CAMMACK GALLATIN MO P RACTICES in the Circuit and ethar Ceurta of Daviess and ths Circuit Courts ot the ad joining counties Office up stain in the Gallatia Sun Oftoe May 6 1857 tf G W CRADDOCK ATTORNEY AT LAW FRANKFORT KY O FFICE on St Clair Street next door south of the Branch Bank of Kentucky practice of the law under the firm of SPEED I Will practice Law in all the Courta holdea la the BARRET A SMITH and will attend the Court oity of Frankfort aad ia theCirouit Courta of tho J of Appeals Federal Court at Louisville and al the djoiniag counties April f 1881 tf Courts held in Louisville Jaa 17 62 ly Vacant Lot In South Frankfort FOR SALE I WISH to sell tho vacaat lot in South Frank furt in the rear of my residence and opposite the corner of Rev J N Norton s property one and a half squares from tho bridge A good bar gain will bo given Mrs GEO W TRIPLETT Frankfort August 12th 1863 tf COLORING G ENTLEMEN oaa have their Whiskera Goatee Moustache or Imperial colored ia tho highest style of tho art by calling at Jaa 8 1888 SAMUEL S BARBER SHOP THE COMMONWEALTH SATURDAY FEBRUARY 20 ISOt KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE IN SENATE I apos iitm siuy Fob Is 18 1 1 EVENING SESSION liie Senate took up the bill to regulate the courts in the lltli Judicial district amended in the House the Senate concur red in the amendment REPOETS OP COMMITTEES Mr ROBINSON Judiciary A bill to provide tor the establishment ami the or ganization o the Armv of Kentucky pass ed OK HERS OK THE DAT A bill to provide for the voting of soldier in the field lor Electors ol President and Vice President was referred to the Judiciary committee with instructions to report to morrow at It 1 o clock REPORTS REALM Kb Mr CLEVELAND Banks A bill to in corporate the Exchange Bank ol Kentucky at Louisville with an amendment amend ment adopted and bill passed by yeas 12 nays 1 1 A MES AOK H OM THE H It Va gt received announcing the passage of sev eral Senate bills and the rejection of a Sen ate bill also the passage of several House bills in which they ask the concurrence o the Sepat e and also their concurrence in amen intents of the Senate to House bills also that the Iluoee had passed a joint reso lution extending the present session to Mon day the 22d instant in which they ask the 1 urrrtice o the Senate SPECIAL ORDER Tin Senate resumed the consideration of the House bill to establish a Court ot Com mon l leas for Jefferson county in the city ot Louisville Mr McIIENRY advocated the passage of the bill briefly Mr MARSHALL Drietl opposed the The third reading of the bill was dispens ed with ami the bill was passed by yeas IS ORDERS OK TilE DAY A House bill regulating the jurisdiction of the Teller gt n circuit court in apos misdemeanor cases Mr MALLORY oppOM J the hill l gt ri lly Mr GUAlNHER explained his position on this hill briefly Mr WHITAKER replied to Mr M L LORY ami urged the passage of the bill Mr BRUNER replied to Mr WHITA KER and opposed the passage of the bill Mr BUSH addressed the Senate in rej lv to Mr BRl N ER anti favored the passage of the hill Mr MALI RY replied and opposed the bill Mr GROVER moved Hie previous quea tion ordered 1 he bill was then relucted bv vests lit iuivs I f Mr WlllTAKEl i moved a reconsidera tion of the votA passing the lull to est ab ash the Jefferson Court of Oouttoon Picas xk v senator gt Ii t REN lU s All elected 10 fill lie vacancy caused by the death ol M P ifi SI ER appeared and having been quali li d according to law took his seat KXT t SIOM of TllK SK8s o 1 ne House joint resolution extending the apos ion until Monday the 22d of February I 1 861 Ans taken up Mi I L ALI offered an amendment th amp t v nen iln Jem ral As etnbly adjourns on i c 21 in ant Ahoy will adjonrn to meet again on the 1 edi es lav in January 1 S V5 adopted I hi resolution as amended was then oun l c urred in hy yeas 20 nave 10 Die House concurred in the amendment to the above resolution The Horn to the ahovi H R llil i s 1 he lions bills on the clerk apos s table wete i tad the first and second time by their titles and relenred to appropriate committees House bill to amend the law concernin apos new trial apos was taken up and referred to I udiciary committee with instructions to report tomorrow at J J o apos clock A message ot the Governor nominating votaries Public was taken up and the nominations advised and consented to V i i use bill to provide for an increase ol the Common School fund having been amended by the ate the House disagreed to Senates amen nt the Senate insisted on their amendment an d Mr WHITAKER appointed to inform the House of that fact Yn i tio n the Senate adjourned Friday Feb I 8f 4 1 lie Senate w is ojiened with pmver by Re 3 no s 1 1 a v of the Presbyterian Church 1 he read in r ot the journal of yesterday wa disjieused with COURT OF COMMON ft Els Of JEFFERSON t he SPEAKER stated that he was clearly o apos opinion that t It is hill required a constitu tional majority 20 votes was necessary ip puss the bill an there was a salary of over 100 in the bill and as this bill only rcceiv ed IS votes it was not po l by theconstitu tional majority message from thk governor A i Message was received from the Governor by dr ax tXKLK Secretary of Slate announcing his approval of Senate hills and resolutions Also a message in writing nominatin apos apos Notaries Public i v ait vse of common uooi rcMt gt A message waa received from the 11 K by Air Todd announcing that they i nsist upon their disagreement to the amendment ot the Senate to the House bill to increase the Common School Fund quot School Fund Mr BRISTOW moved that a committee of conference he appointed on the disagree meet of the two Houses on this hill car ried 1 he SPEAKER appointed Messrs WHITAKER and BRISTOW the eommit tee on the part of the Senate enrollments Mr OXJK reported a number of House and Senate bills and a House resolution extend ing the session to Liie twenty second in stant correctly enrolled apos they having been sign b ihc SPEAKER of the House the SPEAKER of the Senate affixed his signature to them and they were delivered to the committee to he presented to the Governor for his approval and signature MKaSAOK FROM TUF H R W as received by Mr Todd Assistant Clerk announcing the passage by that House of several Senate i bills and the passage ot several bills which originated in that House and a series o lt joint resolution on federal Affairs in which hills and re olntinns they respect fit I v ask the concurrence of the Sen ate REPORTS OF COMMITTEES Mr FISK Revised Statutes A bill to regulate the Public Printing ami Binding Lpixea the the number of documents acts journals Ac and thejiaanner and time Arc of distributing them Mr FISK explained the provisions of the hill briefly and favored its passage Mr GROVER opposed the passage of the bill Before action on the bill the hour arrived for the special order SPECIAL ORDER FOR 101 O CLOCK Mr FISK Judiciary committee under instructions to report at this hour reported A bill regulating the manner of soldiers voting for Electors ot President and ice President of the United States within and without this State Mr SAMPSON moved to reconsider the vote ordering the billjto be read a third time to enable him to offer an amendment in substance requiring the officers who act as jndges of the election to certify under oath that whether and constraint or force was used in the election and whether the sol diers voted for the candidates of their choice and the election was free And if such constraint force or improper influence was used or they fail to elate that they were not used the poll books shall not be count ed but thrown out Mr FISK opposed the amendment as unnecessarily encumbering the bill all that was necsssary to a fair election was already in the bill Mr ROBlNS N tpoke in support of the amendment lie thought the bill a good one and well guarded but it would be im proved by this amendment Mr W apos illTAER replied and oppose 1 the amendment as uselessly encumbering the hill He thought the hi 1 1 embraced every necessary provision tor a full free and lair election He thought the amendment would produce the very state of case it pro posed to prevent Mr BRISTOW spoke briefly in opposi tion to the amendment he took the ground that this amendment would he the very means of producing the very state of things that the mover wished to prevent it would have the effect to produce the undue influ ence in the election Mr McIIENRY replied to Mr BKIS TOW and urged the adoption of the amend ment Mr PllALL replied and opposed the amendment He thought the bill a good one very well guarded and the amendment would only tend to encumber it and make it has efficient in carrying out the intention ot the Senate in passing this law And it would not add in the least to the fairness and purely of the elections held under this law Mr SAMPSON addressed the Senate in support of hi amendment and replied to the arguments of the several Senators who had opposed it He wished by his amend ment to throw additional safeguards around the purity and fairness of the election The vote was then taken upon reconsider ing to allow the amendment to he offered and it was decided in the affirmative hy yeas lti nays Id Mr SAMPAN then offered his amend ment Mr FISK moved an amendment to Mr SAMPSON apos S amendment to strike out the word any betore constraint apos and tli word improper quot before influence ana insert the word i igal in each place adopted He proposed to a mend further By making the dectaTon of the Board of Examiners necessary to reject the poll books in whole or in pari adopted The amendment as amended was then adopted and the bill as amended was then passed by yea 22 nay Mr GROVER Mi W Hi TAKER from the select com mittee on that subject reported A bill to prevent the spread of Small Pox as a substitute tor the b apos l and several amend ments referred to them Mr FISK moved to strike out the provi sion requiring the county courts to make an allowance to the vaccinator for vaccinating those not able to pay The previous question was then ordered The amendment of Mr FISK was then adopted by yeas 15 nays 14 The bill was then lurlher amended by some slight verbal amendments and passed by yeas 27 nays 2 APPROPRIATION RIM Mr 140TTS Finance Reported the House bill for the appropriation of money with several amendments which were adopted Several other amendments were adopted The bill was then passed l v yeas 27 nays 1 LEAVE OF ABSENCE Wa granted to Mr BUSH for the balance of the session after today AC EICCI TnRAf COLLEGE A bill to establish an Agricultural Col lege was taken up Mr PllALL offered an amendment which wn adopted and the hill passed by yeas apos VJ t The Senate then took a recess until d O clock 1 1 I S3 4 S p R Es E X T A Tl V ES Thursday Feb IS 1804 NIGHT SESSION REPORTS OF COMMITTEES Mr U RT1S Claims An act for the benefit ol Harlan liraaihiu Magoffin and Perry counties passed Same An act for the benefit ot Estill county passed Same Benefit of A 0 Wifeon sheriff of Owsley ccrnntT passed Mr BOHANNON Public Offices Sen ate bill to provide au office lor the Clerk of the Court of Appeals passed Mr J 1 BELL Banks Senate bill to amen 1 and reduce into one the tfie several acts incorporating the Masonic Havings In stitution passed FEDERAL RELATIONS The question being on the report ot the committee on Federal resolutions with the several amendments thereto Mr MI ANKLIN resumed his remarks Mr LAUCK cii cussed tor a short time the merits ol the resolution At 9 o clock the vote be au on the amend ments of Mr HANSON These resolu tions were published in the Common wealth of the 15th t The first resolution was rejected yea 27 nava 5G The question being on the 4th resolution 1 it was rejected yeas 35 naye 49 jtli resolution rejected yeas 29 nays 55 Gth resolution rejected yeas 31 nays 53 th resolution rejected yeas 29 nays 55 Stli resolution adopted yeas 44 nays 39 I This resolution i the one endorsing Gov Bramlette s Inaugural Address and Mess age 9th resolution rejected Mr THOMPSON moved to insert the words and the Constitution after the words National Union in the 1st resolu l tion adopted Mr J F BELL moved to strike out the words exhibition by way of political and insert the words declaration by legiala tive adopted Also strike out the words legal status j in 3d resolution and insert constitutional re lation adopted The resolutions as amended were adop ted hy the following vote those who voted in the affirmative were Messrs Speaker H Taylor A S Allan Alfred Allen W M Allen Bailey Barnes Bedford Joshua F Bell Win Bell Benton Birchett Bohannon Bolin Bramlette Brooks E A Brown R J Browne Calhoon Cyrus Campbell J V Campbell Cardwell Carlile Clark Curtis Davis DeHaven Delplt Dulin Eifort Elliott English Gab bert Gano Gardner Gatewood Gregg Ha i grin Hamilton Hanks Hanson Harvey Hawkins Hawthorn Hays Ingram Irvine Johns Johnson Larkins Lauck Lowry Luttrell Marshall McFarland McGinnis McLoed Miller Neale Pepper Pier son Powell Sar didge Sayers Shanklin E II Smith Sparks Sptirr T It Tay lor John R Thomas S B Thomas Thbtnp son Varnon Waller Ward Weir While j Wilson and Wood 79 Those who voted in the negative were i Messrs Baker Fisher Garriott Layton I and Li u ley 5 The following arc the resolutions as adopt j cd Resolved by the General Assembly of the Commonmealth of Kentucky 1 That this State need make no further declaration by legislative resolutions of her intense loyalty or of her sincere and un alterable devotion to the National Union and the Constitution Her stand has been taken after the maturesl deliberation and is known to the world She will not prove recreant by taking any backward step but will go forward with all her resources of men money and credit to the support of our gallant trrrnies in the field until the rebellion is subdued and trea sou disarmed and she will through the peaceful modes prescribed by the fundamen tal law of the land use her efforts to correct any errors that may have been committed either by the Executive or the Legislative department of the government 2 Resolved That we regard as impolitic the enlistment of negroes as soldiers into the ar mies of the United States and we earnestly protest against thtir enlistment within the State of Kentucky and we respectfully re quest the President of the United Slates to remove from our limits and borders all camps for negro soldiers hy which our slaves are enticed to leave the services of their owners 3 Resolved That in the opinion of this Gen eral Assembly the constitutional relation of the States in rebellion as regards the Union was not changed by the criminal aetion ol their people in attempting to secede thus forcing a civil war upon the country and when the people of any or all those States shall in good faith return to their allegi ance their States are as before the war members of the great American Union and the people thereof are citizens all subject to the Constitution and laws ot the United States 4 Resolved That the inaugural address and mes sage of Governor Bramlette to the present General Assembly so far as the same treats of our Federal Relations reflect truly the senti ments of the Union people of Kentucky are approved by tho present General Assembly and are recommended to the patriotic consideration of the American people And then the House adjourned Friday Feb 19 1864 Prater by Rev S L Robertson of the M E church The reading ot the journal of Saturday was dispensed with Mr DELPII had leave to change h is vote from the negative to the affirmative on the 5th resolution of the series presented bv Mr HANSON BILLS REPORTED Mr WALLER Ways and Means Sen ate bill an act for the benefit of McCracken county passed Mr BAILEY same committee Benefit of W G Wade late sheriff of Simpson county passed Same Benefit of J W Foster and others of Allen county passed Same Senate bill benefit of John B Gowan late sheriff of Cbristain county and his sureties passed Same Senate bill authorizing the late Auditor to complete the unfinished business of said office passed yea3 76 nays 1 Same Benefit of the sheriff of McLean county passed Same Benefit of the Circuit and County Courts of Marion county passed Same Benefit of T B Harrison late sheriff of Logan county passed Same Senate bill Benefit of G W Head sheriff of Gallatin county passed Same Senate bill to amend an act for the benefit of the Secretary of State passed Mr DeIIAVEN same committee Sen ate bill benefit of II T McDaniel and his sureties passed Same Benefit of Noah N Johnson late sheriff apos ol Webster county passed Same Senate bill benefit of the admin istrations and sureties of W E Baker of Hopkins county passed Same Senate bill benefit of Wm Vaughn and J J WooJ late sheriff of Clinton county passed Same Senate bill benefit ot the sureties of Win Sharp late sheriff of Estill county passed Same Senate bill benefit ol the sheriff apos of this Commonwealth rejected Same To amend an act entitled an act for the benefit of the securities of R L South late sheriff of Breathitt county pass ed Same apos To amend sec y art 8 chap 86 Revised Statutes passed by veas 68 nays H Mr VARNON same committee Bene fit of Knox county passed Same Benefit of Geo W Dueghy of Boyle county passed by yea 78 navs 1 CONFERENCE COMMITTEE A committee of conference on the part of the House on the disagreement of the Houses on the bill to increase the common school fund was appointed consisting of Messrs WEIR BAILEY and LAUCK KEPMt i S RESUMED Mr VARNON Ways and Means Bene fit of the sureties of L D Owens sheriff of Henry county passed Same Benefit of Jas A Moore late sheriff of Pendleton county passed Same Benefit of John M Curry late sheriff of Pendleton county passed Same Benefit of Win Sampson clerk of the Wayne Circuit Court passed Same An act to authorize Wayne County Court to sell certain town lots passed Same Senate bill benefit of W E Hill sheriff of Johnson county passed Same Benefit of J W Harper late she riff of Caldwell eounty passed Same Senate bill benefit of J Word and W Valentine passed Same To increase the salary ot ihe first clerk of the Land Office rejected by yeas 37 nays 38 Same Benefit of Samuel F Roberts passed Mr BELL Banks An act to continue in force an act in relation to Banks passed j APPOINTMENT The SPEAKER appointed Messrs WEIR I MARSHALL and DELPII the committee j to attend the Louisville Convention for the purpose of taking into consideration the I Navigation of the Ohio river LEAVE OF ABSENCE Was granted Messrs BROOKS 0 CAMP BELL and MoGREW ORDERS OF THE DAY An act for the benefit of the Penitenitary rejected yeas 42 nays 56 An act to create a relief fund for the bene fit of the widows and orphans of soldiers for the benefit of the families of soldiers and for the benefit of disabled soldiers in this Common wealth Before action the House took a recess until 3 o clock ftaST apos The following is a copy verbatim of a surgeon s certificate found on the person of a deserter from the 1st South Carolina Cav alry November th 24 1863 l certafy that privet John Bowers Compey eye grst nJgment of Calver which is suffer ing verry much with the Chronic dyre and a salavasion of tha inought and feavea and wiCh unable him for Duty thean thearty Days sinne Beney Clare iston Cergon C S A I apos laukfort Church Directory Presbyterian Rev JOHN S HAYS Pastor Preaching every Sabbath at 11 o clock A M and 7 o clock P M Sabbath School at 2 o clock P M Prayer Meeting on Friday at 7 o clock P M Methodist Episcopal Rev S L ROBERT SON Pastor Preaching every Sabbath at 11 o clock A M and 7 o clock P M Sabbath School at 2 o clock P M Prayer Meeting on Thursday at 7 o clock P M Baptist Rev WM L GERMAINE Pastor Preaching every Sabbath at 11 o clock A M and 7 o clock P M Sabbath School at 9 o clock A M Prayer Meeting on Wednesday a 7 o clock P M Episcopal Rev JOHN N NORTON Rector Divine service every Sabbath at 11 o clock A M and 3 4 o clock P M Sabbath School at 9 4 o clock A M Divise service on Fridav at 3 4 o clock P M Christian Elder W T MOORE Pastor Preaching every Sabbath at 11 o clock A M and 7 o clock P M Sabbath School at 9 o clock A M Praver meeting on Wednesday at 7 o clock P M Catholic Rev JAMES M LANCASTER Priest Preaching every Sabbath at 10 o apos clock A M Sabbath School at 2 o clock P M Y 5 amp The seats in all the churches are free Cit izens and strangers are alike invited to nttond their services DR JOHN BULL S COMPOUND CEDRON BITTERS The Latest and Most Important Dis covery of the 19th Century N O MAN S name is more intimately connect ed with the history of the Materia Medica of the United States or more favorable known as a pioneer in Medical discovery than that o Dr JOHN BULL of Louisville Ky His inim itable preparation of Sarsaparilla has long stood at the head of the various compounds of that val uable drug His Compound Pectoral op Wild Cherry has beeome a household word throughout the West and South and his Worm Lozenges in less than a year after their introduction attained a reputation as wide spread as the continent of North America But the crowning glory of his life remains to be attained in his latest discovery or rather combination for he does not claim to have been the discoverer of CEDRON which is the basis of the bitters now offered to the public That honor belongs to the native inhabitants of Central America to whom its virtues hare been known for more than two hundred years Armed with it the Indian bids defiance to the most dead ly malaria and handles without fear the most venomous serpents It is a belief with them that while there is breath left in the body the Cedrou is potent to cure no matter what the disease may be While Dr Bull is not prepared to endorse this extravagant pretension he is nevertheless satis fied from a thorough examination of the evidence relating to its virtues that as a remedy and pre ventive for all diseasos arising from exposure ei ther to changes of weather and climate or to the miasmatic influences it stands without a rival and justly deserves the reputation it has so long enjoyed in Central America and the West Indies In DYSPEPSIA and its attendant train of symptoms it act more like a charm than a medicine There is nothing in the whole range of Materia Medina that can for a moment bear acomparison with it in this dis ease A full account of this wonderful plant may be found in the ltth edition of the U 8 Dispensa tory pages 1387 and 1388 A series of experiments in which Dr Bull has been for years engaged has just been brought to a successful termination and ho is now enabled to offer to the public a combination of Cedron with other approved tonics the whole preserved in the best quality of copper distilled Bourbon whisky which he is confident has no equal in the world He might furnish a volume of certificates but the public have long since learned to estimate such things at their true value The safest plan is for every one to test for himstlf the vitues of a new medicine Give the CEDKUR HITT E II S one trial and you will never use any others It is not necessary to publish a long list of dis eases for which the Cedron Bitters are a specific In all dissases of the STOMACH BOWELS LIVER OR KIDNEYS In all affections of the BRAIN DEPENDING UPON DERANGEMENT OF THE STOMACH OR BOWELS In GOUT RHEUMATISM AND NEURAL GIA And in FEVER AND AGUE it is destined to supersede all other remedies It not ouly cures these diseases but it prevents them A wine glass full of the Bitters taken an hour before each meal will obviate the ill effects of the most unhealthy climate and screen the per 1 on taking it against disease under the most try ing exposure Sold by Druggists and Grocers generally Dr JOHN BULL apos S Principal Office Fifth street Louisville Ky Jan 1 1S64 6 ie Fxecutor a Notice THE undersignod have been duly appointed and qualified a t E eiitor of the last will and testament ol Alexander W Maeklin deceased late ot Franklin county Ky All persons in debted to the estate are requested to make im mediate payments and those h Tving claims against the same will pre nt them properly proven according to law fm allowance BF NONI MACK LIN GKO B MACKLIN Executors Frankiort Kv January 1 ISfi N U In order that the business of the estate may be closed ns soon a possible hereafter all sales of Flonr Meal Bran or other articles must bo for c Wi r gt Ur livery without exception unlesi special arrangement is made otherwise Promises will not gt uv Wheat and Corn B A G B MACKLIN Executor 1 Jan 18 1X64 KENTUCKY PENITENTIARY Frankfort January 1 1864 1 1ROM this dito CAcH will be required at tho gate before the article is delivered for every species of work done at this institution H I TODD Jan 6 1864 tf NEW GROCERY STORE rpiIE undersigned having pureha cd of W A Y GAINES his grocery establishment in the city of Frankfort will continue the busmens at tho old stand on St Clair street next do r to the Post Office I will have in a short time and will always keep on hand a good supply of F A M I L Y G R O F H I E amp and all articles usually kept in an establishment of tho kind which will be sold at Small Profits for Cast No accounts will bo kept with any one but gi d will be sold lt gt ic Jor noth I have made arragements with Mr GAINES to continue in the h use and the business will be conducted mainly hy him llo i authorized to use or sign iny name for any lut ine transactions of the establishment 1 respectfully solicit a liberii patronage trout tho citizens of Frankfort and adjoining counties and hopo by fair d apos ling and low prices to obtain it K P PEPPER Frankfort sept 9 1863 tf NEW DRYGOODS BOl WE would respectfully announce to the citizens of Frankfort and vicinity that wo have just re ceived and opened on tho Corner of Main ned St Clair Streets Getz apos s eld standi a complete assortment of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS WHITE GOODS LINENS EMBROIDERIES GLOTES HOSIERY Ac The attention wf tho Ladies i particularly call ed to ur stock of DKES8 GOODS CLOAKS SHAWLS Ac Ac Gentlemen will find a complete assortment of CLOTHS CASIMERES AND FURNISHING GOODS Our goods having been purchased for lt lt lt h ex clusively of the laryest Importers Host we are enabled to soli them nt tincinnaii and Louis ville retail prices for cash only and we pledye our selves to iluphcute all bills purchased in the above cities at retail price A cordial invitation is ex tended to everybody to call and examine our stock J L i W II WAGGEXEK Late of Danville Ky Dec 21 lot gt 3 tf Proclamation by the Governor S500 REWARD Commonwealth of Kentucky 3 Executive Dkpvrtmext J Whereas it has been made known to me that JOHN W PHILLIPS under indictment of the Harrison Circuit Coart for tho murder of John Whalin has forfeited his bail bond and i now going at largo Now therefore I THOS E BRAMLETTE Governor of the Commonwealth aforesaid do hereby offer u reward of FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS for the apprehension of the id John Philips and his delivery to the jailer of Harrison eounty within one year from the date hereof IN TESTIMONY iVJIEREOE l j have hereunto set my hand and caused L S the seal of the Commonwealth to be I 1 affixed Dono at Frankfort this 124t apos day of Feb A D 1S64 and in the 72d vear of the Commonwealth THOS E BRAMLETTE By the Governor E L Van Winkle Secretary of Stale By Jas R Page Assistant Secretary Feb 12 1864 w ttw3m Proclamation by the Governor 250 REWARD Commonwealth of Kentucky Executive Department j W HEREAS it has been represented to mo that LEWIS BAKER under an indictment in the Breckinridge Circuit Court for the murder of Davis E Crawford has made his escape from the Uardinsburg jail of said county and is now going at large N o w t he re fore I T 1 1 0 M A 3 E B R A M L K 1 T E Governor apos of the Commonwealth aforesaid do hereby offer a reward of TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS for the apprehension lt gt f the said Lewis Baker and hi delivery to the Jailer of Breckinridge county within one year fr lt in the date hereof IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand and caused L S j the seal of the Commonwealth t gt bo J affixed Done at Frankfort this lltli v apos day of Jan A 1 gt 1864 and in the 72d year of the Commonwealth THOS E BRAMLETTE By the Governor E L Van Winkle Secretary of State By Jas R Paw Assistant Secretary COUHTHK HOUSE CALENDAR 1864 t s s S apos ft 1 tl gt 13 l l 16 I la jo ei j I 2 apos 2 gt 2 apos iu i f r f I t 2 3 t 4 6 HI ll i 13 I 15 If 17 I l lt g I 22 1 1 V gt T lt r Mr 12 3 4 3 1 it 1 12 13 11 I if l i i apos W 20 21 2 23 2 1 25 V 7 28 39 30 3 Apr 1 3 4 5 6 ft apos 1 quot It 12 13 Hi 15 Jie 17 18 f gt ili 1 3 24 25 2 i 27 gt H H mV l 2 3 4 5 t 1 7 ft jo 15 IV 1 IH 1 22 23 o 2 2 29 30 31 I 28 m it r 4 5 f 7 ii I quot 12 13 14 is i r 10 2 lt l gt J a c 26 27 is X M M 12 13 14 f 17 1 1 21 b 9 11 l i 4 If IT 1 21 2C 23 l 23 gt 2b gt Ml N 5 apos 6 I 11 It 13 M I H 2 apos 21 21 3 4 5 i 1 e 9 l quot ll apos 2 gt 3 II 14 16 17 In iv 21 apos vl 23 2i wj 2 r gt 13 M 15 16 15 i l I apos 21 22 23 M 25 25 Jf 2 3l Dec r y I 3 i f 7 N tl hi i3 M 15 apos 1 1 it 21 1 it RODMAN amp BLACK i l V RR CONSTANTLY RECEIVIN apos tions to their stock of Fancy and Staple Dry Go That they are selling LOW FOR CASH And they will exchange goods for Wu SEY JEANS SOCKS Ac Ac Nov 18 1863 Im FISX S METALLIC BUR I n ERE introduced into this myself about 1817 and a 1 calls attended with entire satisfact cerned until 1857 when I discon i Since that time Air A O Canim trade almost exclusively and re a strong determination to retire r and offering very reasonable indu lie Graham and myself part ha ul on hand whi h together with a i of cases and casket apos n purchase from him makes oar 1 very ample We have abo concluded to maniila keep constantly on hand a full t WOODEN COFFINS of every size 1 quality We are also prepared to offer q cci I rnents to undertakers in or out of the c tor Cases Caskets Wooden Coffins description ofCoffias trimmings all of v h tend to keep and offer on reason L e I r Individuals or families can feel a un orders entrusted to us wili be promptly fully attended to Apply to J R GRAIIAM A CO iVo 6 St Clair St frank fort K v u August 26 1863 wAtwl v Lonis iile and Frankfort ar ington and Frankfort Railr l va hO ajcfr DESCRIPTION Said Baker is about 23 or 24 years of age feet 8 or 9 inches high weighs about loOpouads light hair fair skin grey eye nd ha very little to say to any oue Jan 11 1864 wAtw3m Proclamation by the Governor 100 REWARD Commonwealth of Kknti apos ikv i Executive Department j Wbuieas It ha been made known to me that RIAL a slave belonging to W B Galanar of Scott county did n the day of 18i gt murder Jeremiah Martin of said county and is now going at large Now therefore I TfiuS K BRAMLETTE Governor of the Commonwealth aforesaid do hereby offer a reward lt T ONE II T N I R 2 D DOL LARS for the apprehension of tho said Rial property of the said W B Gala way and hi de livery to the jailer of Scott enmity within one year from the date hereof IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF C j have hereunto set my hand and o ius lt L S ed tho seal of the Commonwealth to I be affixed Done at Frankfort this apos apos 27th day of Jan A D 1864 and in the 72d v ear of the Common wealth THO E BRAMLETTE By the Governor E L VanWinklx Secretary of State By Jas R Page Assistant Secretary DESCRIPTION The Rial i about 45 yeirs old lt tV rei Sin cheshigb rather small black withthe front low er foretooth out speaks slow and low m l ha an humble appearance O N and after M uday Jan 11 IS 1 t lt I will run daily Sundays excepted lows EXPRESS TRAIN will leave LouDvill A M stopping at all stations when dag cept Fair Grounds Race Course Brown n r Belleview connecting at Eminence will New Castle at Frankfort for Lawrence it rixisburg and Danville at Midway iV r V at Payne s lor Georgetown and at Lexfb apos i 11 rail and stage for Nicholasville Dannn lt Orchard Somerset Richmond Mr Sr ii R all interior towns ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will l u K fort at amp M A M arrive at Louisville c gt M and will K avo Louisville at 3 2i riving at Frankfort at 7 15 P M EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Lexii apos r t M anti arrives at LonDvilie at 7 D v FREIGHT TRAINS ta re i Sundays excepted at 5 i A M FREIGHT TRAINS leave I e ir 7 t n I Snndaye excepted at 6 00 A M Freight is received and discharged f M to 5 1 M Through ticket for Danville it burg Crab Orchard Somerfet Richm Sterling Winchester Nicholasville Georg gt Shelby v illc and other towns in the inrcri sale and all further information can he h i Depot in Louisville corner of Jefferson and P 5treet SAMUEL GIL Jan 9 1864 fty iVr KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY MURRAY FDDyIT MANAGE Drawings take place daily at 12 A M ar 1 apos j M at Covington Kentucky Capital Prizes from 5 000 to 50 lN t Tickets from 1 00 to 10 OO apos q Drawings sent immediately after the drawing j takes place Orders for tickets iu the above Lotteric me with prompt attention Addressed to MURRAY EDDY Je CO Box 595 Louisville Kent f amp P Circulars sent free of charge five October 3ft 1863 6m Ladies Look at This j A FINK and varied stock ot CLOAKS A XD SM apos fFS I ranging in price from 8 to opened and sale this day MONDAY JAN I AKY11TI1 I jfhawls Cloth for Cloaks Flannels Ca im re Jeans Linscys Table and Irish I incn apos Piiut DcLains and other DRESSGOODS Brown irnrt Bleached Cottons at nearly all prices Kid j Gloves Hosiery Under Wear Shaker H lt j ktr gt Balmorals and a variety of other goods and n rions too numerous to mention All of nhii hwil M at small I rofits by the un ler ignedat the 1 Brick Offieo opposite 1 L Moore A Son on llair street J B LAMPION Jan II 1664 tf Proclamation of the Governor 50 REWARD CoM Mil X WK tl TN or Kentucky Kxkcitivk DsPARTnrw Whereas It ha been made known to me that J Oil N SPKXCKR did on ihe dayef l i Murder in SMtl cfiiinfYi quot DaviT U C arring r on and is now going at largo Now therefore I THOMAS K BRA W LKTTF Governor gt gt l the Commonwealth of Kcntu icv apos d hereby tfer a reward of two hundred an 1 fifty dollars for the apprehension of the said J bn Spen or and liis delivery to the jaPer ol 8c it I C apos wn y within ono year front the date b rco IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF apos 1 have hereunto set tny hand and cans L S ed tho seal of the Comm nwealih t i I b n affixed D ne at Frank apos rt jhP gt 27th day of January A D 1864 and in the 72d rear of the Commonwealth THO E BRAMLETTE By the Governor E L Van Winkle Secrotary ef State By Jas R Page Assistant Secretary L quot Cum the Rrrkoning THE COM MONWEA LTH A apos fr 1 l apos apos i quot apos apos quot quot lt m winch the rebels lisve raised we should like prudent navigators take our reckon ings and ascertain our present position and FR A IVT IIFORT s VTl BDAY FEBRUARY 2 lt 1R64 by what ways and channels we have come j to it and thus determine whether those T I J apos V V quot E I T II e lrusted w l b the command of the ship ot FRANKFORT KENTUCKY State have door their duly whether or not they have been using their authority to A L V xl Nr gt r paper Do oted to Maintaining s e he vessel with its precious cargo of r gt fn in Putting Dorm the free institutions and human liberty With Insurrection this object we design to take a brief retro spective view of important points which and marks gt emigrating the A lengthy prospectus is unnecessary Suf j m lice it that the Commonwealth is an uncout r course of events along the route we have promising Union paper and no effort will i 1 quot 1 1 been driven bv Hie waves o insurrection be spared to make it worthy the confidence and patronage ot every loyal person And fir l we ha the Presidenl apos 8 ca Q1 That its influence may i e exerted and felt and ellbcrate awuraucc tn h s Inaugural forged the Commonwealth must look or Lal Le wou d n kavor failliftiHy to nd i Feup and to the People quot quot the laws that he would know no al patronage to depend quot m peculiarly to he protected or op Iiio Let the People to whom it appeals l tre eti and apos bat the rights of no one indi ve it a generous and hearty encouragement apos idual or State should be interlerred with i p itronage that will cause it to be found be second jto nt that presents itseit was every loyal house an ardent advocate of l e efticieiil steps taken by the President i i inter stsol Kentucky and his officers soon after his inauguration Sah cripiion are respectfully requested to calm the agitated waters and assure the P i ins obtaining ten subscribers and minds ol the people ol the South wiio dis tiding the monev will be entitled to one apos trusted him by cn forcing the fugitive slave iti law in Illinois and other non negro slave p p r j eklv gt er vear jjtp 00 amp la ed And so etfectually was that law en Woekly per year 2 0O forced that within six weeks after Mr Lin ten are ow and considering the coin s term commenced more fugitive slaves r i ic gt in price of paper Ac requires had been returned to their masters than i tioa t lionid be a large one during the whole lour years ol Mr Buch li trieiuis run where exert themselves anan s term i HODGES Third The National House ot Kepre Franklort Kentucky seiitolives in whieti alter the withdrawal of the Southern members was a decided t gt Tio re is a slight error in the majority ot Republicans declared almost t iCi apos e gt apos f l Ditilev as Assignee unanimously but two voles in opposition a I Trustee of Thomas S Page The date that neither Congress nor the Executive ot ib miou I d he Thursday February i had any control over slavery or any outer 2 iii nl i 31th a apos published hereto Stale Institution and the Senate anJ llou e tore iii the hi notice and in lie paper each having Republican majorities by the treasonable withdrawal ot the members i lt lt Bnrbridge left this city yesterday from the South passed by constitutional tiii gt g foi Camp Nelson which place he j majorities a joint resolution submitting in i I i lt headquarters a commandant to u je several States an amendment to the i quot apos trx 1 strict of Kentucky j Constitution ul the United States which reads as follows gt e eve authority for saving that j Alt X11 No amendment shall he b apos apos 1 much behind in filling nil 1 made to the Constitution which will author c i i for troops A little exertion j ize or give to Congress the power to abolish in each part ol the State will place us j or inteflere within any Stale with the do beyond the risk of a draft j me gt t c institution thereof including that ot j persons field to labor or service by the laws I if H i Si nt i Cvj A telegram frojti Cumberland Gapj Mate that an average ol five deserters from Longstreet arrive there daily We have no faith in th apos de rters It looks much like a quiet way to get pass the Federal forces into Kentucky Lr Since the advent of Gen Steele Ar has furnished more volunteers for t gt U ion than any equal number of inhab r ut apos elsewhere Counties where Jeflf Da conscript officers could not find a score ten have since sent full companies to Utiion armv M apos tire uiviii red at Gioncester Maesa i it i gt n the morning of the lHtli y i i g a portion of the town in lii g ft r t y store several dwellings the iir Hall A apos o Loss not less than M Four hundred families reported Full u i irn from good authority a tael lt gt ably not known generally to i t lt baser is the loyal btnner county rite not having a ingle soldier in e ranks ui county on the other hand has it a ingle sihlier inf gt the Union ser r cd i il Relations o ir r id re hv re ereace to the proceed gt tin Legi 1 attire on tiie niglit of the 1 h w M t that the resolutions reported the apos ci e gt n mittee were adopted A gt od nrinv nut i Jments were offered but ill u re t i apos t l down except one endorsing i v Brain ette Many of the amendments re v ite I down not because they were not 1 and acceptable but because the ma bT gt rity ha i determined to stand by the report lie elect committee ipp Approved March 2 1861 apos And how were these attempts to allay the treasonable ebullitions of the leaders and shew to the people of the South tlmt the President intended to labor to guide the ship clear of breakers received by the traitors of the South and their allies With scorn and by ind ignu ies toward all who wished well to the Union Fourth Every inducement that could be invented was used in the vain endeavor to prevail upon the mutineers to return to their duty and allegiance and even after Sump ter was fired upon by the traitors the Presi dent still labored to prevent them from plunging the country into all the horrors of civil war And when persuasion was found of no avail and the armies of the Union marched forth to maintain the blood bought heritage our lathers had lelt us the President directed the war to be prosecuted upon the plat term laid down by the resolutions ol Congress While the word was held upraised in one band the olive branch was offered by the other Only to excite the manifestation of contempt and ridicule and vituperation from the triitors Fifth Except for military purposes the President would not permit private property and especially negroes to be interferred with unless they voluntarily came into the Fed eral lines and then if their owners estab lished their loyalty they were returned to their masters But finding that this but aided the rebels he duly notified the insur rectionary States that unless they laid down their anus and returned to tlu ir allegiance within ninety days their slaves would be emancipated by Presidential proclamation The warning however was received with yet more bitter invective and contempt than they had manifested at the previous warn ings of the President Sixth The natural result followed The Proclamation of Emancipation was issued The effect is known yet the traitors rage with a spirit indicative of despairing demons Like b io cpreneiatatioa Corrected a letter from Washington dated the in t to the f ineinnati Commercial ar the following paragraphs t 1 1 li t e revolutionary in tone has Pharaoh each warning seems hut to have tv lt I tlx apos War Department from o v Br nnlette concerning the raising of dor I troops in Kentucky It is not pro that nv change ol Government i olicy ill he e ll ec ted thereby C iv Bramlette in the course of his let i r i iv it the Government determines to en t l ive in Kentucky he shall consider wb it a iion n gt take Kentucky is only 1G i i t gt bind tier quota having raised 70 t men siuce it Iir t ot ivember c v positively that Gov Bramlelie more surely hardened their hearts and blinded their understandings to make their utter destruction certain Through all these scenes amidst the darkest of the storm and over all the moun tain waves of trea oa the loyalty of Ken tucky was apparent to the traitors and the patriots True to her duty and allegiance to the Federal Government she was ever foremost for conciliation and when the 1 i i n tc apos i h t lor to the ar J e j olive branch was rejected she was the fore v apos 1 apos apos gt t written to the War j most to accept the guage of battle proffered by the rebels and ever in the van to maintain and uphold the authority of the Federal gt part in ut mi lb subject at all He wrote ter to tiie President in reference to ne g gt e apos t i ms in tii gt State by unanthori ed wn al Government npum the battle fields Her de i i lt lt correspondent of the Com vote I loyally shielded tier from the scope id the letter lie willfully ini rep j of the Proclamation and from its effects muiigus hoi Bramlette by It lias secured protection to her soil and e lias not read it he wntts people in a good v measure And she owes apos G u holly ignorant and should whatever ot peace safety and material prosperity she lias had and yet enjoys to her fidelity to the Union and to her duty as a State a component part of that Union I et her citizens who rest in peace under i Heir own vine and fig tree apos invoke the richest blessings upon the heads of her have kept silence As t i Executive of the Siate it iv Gov 1 nielli gt duty to ste the law of this uni apos ui wealth respected a u l obeyed His ter to the President was intended to pre lt t lt gt collision liel we ii tiie Suite autliori i Mi l io t who are pretending to act tin patriotic Statesmen whose wisdom has t litis d r Fe iirnI authority in violating the laws far saved her f Kentucky Nothing more and nothing Had she proved faithless to duty hea homes would have been ruined her fields and destruction would be sweeping over her C A letter from Gallipolts Ohio states mouutains and along her valleys where that a refugee from North Carolina reports now are heard the joyous laugh and the that the rebels are sending pontoons to yeoman apos s gleeful song where industry and Wtheville Virginia to float down New riv enterprise are reaping a sure reward and er or the Kanawha to tlio Ohio to be used in naught to mar her happiness but the effects crossing that river in a projected raid into concerned of that rebellion she loithe l and spurned the State of Ohio by a large force from the N HeadQcARTEBS KeXTTTCKT VoLUNTBMS Adjutant General s Office Frankfort Feb 10 1864 General Orders No 2 For the information of all lar e Grapery two miles frum Frankfort Ky7 f apos he personal pri pe ty tsl nging to the It is hereby announced according to ins PAGL Jt VOGLER GRAPERA vis PUBLIC AUCTION SALE quot yNDER a decree of the Franklin Circuit w y Court n TUFRSDAY FEBKU KY 23 1864 will be sold at public auction at the Page as seen in individual suffering because ot rebel army home circles broken families separated and robberies and murders bv bands of outlaws 8 Telegrams trom Washington state tructions received from the War Department 6 000 GALLOXS VINTAGE CASKS From 100 to 644 gallon each fitted with m in to any non commissioned officer private holes and damp a g o l article Stands or citizen who will present to any Pro Mesau ing and Grape Tubs Spring and Common But even witli these exceptions Kentucky tl 1 apos he Secretary of War has modified the vost Marshal or authorized recruiting offi 7 Hor quot g gt gt n and Gear Cart and Harness by her nnimpgacbed and unimpeachable de i ion ir regard to veteran re enlistment apos cer quot accepted recruit who can be shown 4 Cow A tho tooU I p apos e ssts lovaltv has secured for her people a condi wniclt three fourths of the regiment was at J e8f t n apos M n t a All sums under gt 20 c a h over that l t tniilb gt i i p i been discharged the sum of 2 will be pant sum six months credit Bond sad Mi nrit tion winch contrasted with Missouri apos 1 prisoners and invalids ihej And for an accepted recruit without such qnired with interest from date ksving the forew Tennessee Virginia and other Southern apos erm three f utrths is now made to refer only qualification the sum of 15 will be paid and effect of replevin bond States is as preferable as happiness and bose on duty This change is a sensible prosperity is ever to misery and the lowest one and stimulate re enlistments depths ot poverty To her loyalty and t tie M rs Louisiana Mitchell formerly ot President 8 consequent protection she owes i r t e j Mooreltouse Parish Louisiana is now in 1 l Princeton Indiana and wishes to hear the In casting our reckoning therefore we apos u T whereabouts of her husband John C Milch find that though the storm still rages the ell wiio escaped trom the rebel conscripted ranks on the 24th of September lSfio and came North 1 1 is wile is now trying to find him and our brethren of the press will do a charitable act to exten 1 this notice commander has beet laboring to secure the salety of the ship upon the security of which so many hopes of happiness and pros pertty ol freedom and peace for ages depend It he has made blunders and his officers mistakes this is no time to vituperate cither This is no lime to clog tiie wheels and cut the sails no time to caul anchor and let t lie waves of treason engolph ttsall But let us rentier the praise doe unto the commander and unite our voices in peliliou to Him who rules over the universe to vouch safe wisdom to the President that he may steer us safely to anchor in tho harbor ol peace and unity f T gold biii it t it on introduced into the National House ol Representatives and is etfriting consider We debate JCQ gt Tbere are many rumors especially by way of New York that General Thomas is about to advance upon Dalton and that Joe Johnson will make h slant and light The rebel papers ol Alabama believe that Gen Sherman is making for I apos ehtrul Ala bama and thus compel the evacuation of Mobile Tliev will feel him strike esy a telegram from flint tanooga states that Gen Johnson who has been much abused as a semi rebel m 1 copperhead quot because of his hostility io destroying private property especially tit 1 apos fine buildings on Lookout Mountain say he is anxious lor the draft to be put in force and wishes t o have in his division two udJitioua brig ades one of negroes and one of Copperheads the former that they might have an oppor tunity to test their manhood the I liter tnat they might have a chance to be shot A telegram from Knoxville to New York states that Longstreet has filly five thousand men an I sixteen or eighteen hat teries Reports Iron Me rtphis are that General Sherman had taken pos ession ol M ridian without opposition that none of our troops had remained to retain possession of Tack son anJ Polk had march 1 some ot li i troops into the city with a view ot following n Gen Sherman apos s rear We do not ere t t the latter part of the report Some of the negro troops at the fort at Colombo Ky got tired the oilier day of fatigue duty and mutinie I One or two were knocked in the hea l by the otli apos eM and a force of white soldiers m urclie I up wiio disarmed and ironed the mutineers and put them in prison Whan they get inrough it is us probable they will try the thing ou again Major FitEgibbon of ihe Fourteenth Michigan recently captured in Tennessee thirteen notorious guerril a among them a brother ot the late rebel Gen Zol licotler thev also got twenty eight timses and mules and over 2 000 in com from tue party The Washington Chronicle Mates that officers in the Army of tne Potomac amici pate from the activity of the rebels that Lee s army is preparing for a gigantic raid Probably through Western Virginia into Ohio or Pennsylvania Bgpu One of the coolest pieces ol impu denee that has come under our notice tor a long time recently occurred in Ea t Tenues sec An active traitor of the name of Jos A Mabry on t lie SRJth January 1863 took the oath prescribed by tho President s am nesty proclamation and the next day lie demanded pay lor some groceries Ac that the rebels had left behind in their flight and were captured by the Federal forces Mali ry said he had sold them to the Uonfede rates and they had not paid him Soutu other articles had also been impressed from him by Federal officers It was evident that he only took tin oath to get pay The Federal officers refused to endorse him as loyal or to recommend the payment ot his claim because of well known and establish ed facts which arc tiius presented by be Provost Marshal 1st You advocated and urged the people to vote tor secession 2d You furnished money to arm and equip soldiers to tight against the United States Government 3d You offered through tiie public prints of Knoxville to clothe and unilorm at your own expense R regiment of men if raise in Knox c unty by a stated lime for Con 8 Statement are going the rounds of the press that the infamous traitors P G I Beauregard and 8 B Buckner are still permitted to hold and own their real estate the former in Memphis Tennessee and the latter in Lo lisvtlle in this State and in Chicago Illinois and regularly through their respective agents pay their State and National taxes If the Government can not seize and eonlHeato the property ul these villains we hope that val eitizens who h ive still nd by tin d iiructiou of their properly by rebel forces under these traitors will endeavor by eivii suits to seize take and possess it and thus reimburse them apos selves Should the recruit be presented to a re cruiting officer not p Provost Marshal the certificate of the U S Mustering offi A V OUDLIY Ani apos iut in t Truster of apos fhns S Pane February 15 1864 td cer will be required that he has been duly F t t iM r C 1 w t A n M mustered into the service of the United i SJJ J XJ J Jj J States before the premium can be paid Bv order of the Governor JOHN BOYLE Adjutant General of Ky Feb 10 1864 1 w SPECIAL NOTICES Some ol the Union men of E ist i apos cnnt s see wiio have been imprisoned by the rebels have commenced suits tor damages against the villainous leaders in the rebel ranks Parson Hrovvnlow suit is firM on the dock ot and be lays his damages at 25 000 LoutsvtLLe Ky Sept 16 1863 On tho 22il of July last I submitted through an agent of mine to the Medical Director of the Department of the Cumberland a sample of my Ce tron Bitters for his inspection and requested if alter analysis he found it meritoious to san tion and approve its use among our sol diers fho following is tho Medical Director s reply and also Gen Roseerans permission to ship 300 dozen at once to have it sold to Sutlers JOHN BULL 1 ani satisfied that Cedmn Bitters will do no harm t any one if taken properly and in mod 1 adoii I see no objection to Dr Bull s being permitted t dispose of it to Sutb rs A HENRY THURSTON Su goon and AleJical Director D C Ilfun Quarters Dkp t of the Cumb d Nashville Tenn July 24 1863 Dr John Bull apos s agent Mr has permis sion to ship to Nashville Tenn twenty five gross or 300 dozen of Bull s Cedron Bitters for sale U Sutlers in the army only The regulations of the Treasury Department are to tie c implied with strictly By command of Maj Gen Roseerans WM M MILKS Major and Provost Marshal General COURT OK APPEALS el TuausDAY Feb 18 I8CI CAUSE Dr CrtJED Allied utal vs Hardin Washington affirmed Mays v iff e city v lV irooet ul Mas u ailitiu iinmilt iu vs Baruus White amp Co ery aitirmed Montgom 0 E FACIAL LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES Passed at the First lit union of the Thirto ciyhlti Congress PUBLIC No lt 8 J AN ACT authorizing the holding of a special session ot the United States Dis tnct Court lor the district of Indiana Be it unacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America m Congress Assent bed That a special sc stun ot tiie United Stales D strict Court lor tue district ol Indiana sit all lie holden at tile usual p a e of holding ud court on the second ties lay in March in tue year oi our Lord one t lonai d eight hundred and sixiv tour Sec 2 i uf be it further enacted That ail suits and proceedings ot a civil or crimi nal nature now pending in or returnable to said court shall be proceeded in heard tried and detenu tied by said court at said special session in the same manlier as at a regular term oi sui 1 co irt an i the lu lge l tier col is hereby empowered to order Hie empanelling ot a pent jury lor said session out not a grand jury And no case snail he considered winch stand com l lined to me Muv term hy order of tiie court Approved February 12 look PUBLIC No DJ AN ACi making an appropriation for re building tne stable at toe rVes detu s lie it macteit bg me Senate and H use of Representatives of the United Slates vj Amer ica in Congress la mbUit 1 nal me sum oi twelve thousands dollars or so much Ihcro oi as may be necessary lie and the same is Hereby appropriated out ol any money in tiie Treasury not otherwise appropriated to enable the Commissioner ol Public Build ings to cause the stable at the President apos s to be rebuilt forthwith Approved February 13 1S64 Extension of Bounties Head Quarters Provost M vjisiial Lexington January 20 lNi 1 1 he time for paying bounties ot three hundred dollars 3tMJ lor New Recruits and four hundred dollars 8100 lor Veteran Recruits has been extended to M A KC11 1ST Til OS 11 MOORE apos apt and Pro Mar 7 tk Dts Ky 1 1864 1 ni 1 864 Feb m ar ie i k n February 47 1 ISG4 in Louisville by Kov James Craik Japt BASIL N HOBBS of the Fourth Kesrnoky Cavalry and Mi MARIA HENNING allot Louisville February 18 1864 by Rev B T Quinn Mr WM 8 DElIONKY of L uisvilte and Misa LAURA WINGATE daughter of Mr Isaac Wingate lt d apos this county February 17 1864 hy Rov W II Anderson Mr JAMES W EBLIN and Miss MARGARET F HALL all of Shelby county NOTICE PISTOL LOST rflAUEKE ini a fine COLT S PISTOL silver JL inountod left in the back Capitol yesterday in rning The name of Duke i engraved on the butt of the pistol Any person having the tuic will greatly oblige the owner by returning it to John W Prewitt Bergen nt at Arms of the B natc A suitable reward will be paid to the person returning the pistol Feb 20 1864 2t V tcaat Luts for Sale u Special Permit S Custom House 1 Nashville Tkxx Aug 12 1863 Dr John Ball apos s agent Mr ha permis sion to transport to the front via railroad or pike viihin the Federal lines for the u eof thearmy 140 ne hundred and forty boxe of Bull Ced ron Bitter J R DILLIN Per WILL S HALL Surveyor of Custom VOICE FROM VICKSBURG Vicksburg Mis Aur 9 1863 Dr John Bull Dear Sir I am happy to state you that I have used your valuable Cedron Bitters with great benefit to myself in general debility and prostration of my system produced by the un healthy and miasmatic influences of the Missis sippi River and around Vicksburg having been witli Gen Grant s army throughout its whole southern apos aiopaign I confidently recommend its use to all persons who are exposed in unhealthy climates H W FOGLE Agent U S Sanitary Commission January 1 1864 6m fter Il you want good old GUNPOWDER GREEN TEA go to Gray amp SaffVH s We have tried it and pronounce it ea tra fine December 25 1 S63 tf Ifey Go to Gray A S ffell s and buv vsur SHOES LADIES CHILDREN apos S and NE G Li apos apos A lt gt ME N S SHOES at eoat for a few day December 25 1863 lf L apos iJ MkTe tt fKS IIkport volumes 1 2 and 3 or sale at S C Bull s Book store SAPONIFIES OU C0N0 KN I apos UATKD LYE FAMILY SOAP MAKER WAR MAKES high prices saponifier help to reduce them Tt makes Soap for Fo r cents a pound by using your kitchen grease CAUTION 1 As spurious Lyes are offered also be careful and only buy the Patented article put up in Iron eins all others being t apos ounterfeitr PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUF O CO Philadelphia Vo 127 IFii nut Strrrt Pittsburg Pitt Street and Duqvrme Way Nov 1ft lft63 3m P mi c SALE i 0 Y K R N M ENT STOC K n r ILL be sold at Public Auction to the high est bid ler at FRANKFURT KY 1 5 0 II OR S E S C ON DE M N E D TERMS Cash and property to be removed same day at risk of owner ale to commence at 10 o clock A M ON TUESDAY FEBRUARY 23D 1864 and to con tinue daily from 10 A M to 3 P M until they arc ull disposed of W F HARRIS Capt and A If M W W ALLNUTT Auctioneer Ass t Q rmaster s Ottice Louisville Feb 18 tds NOTICE There was committed to the Boyle county jail ou the 30th day of January 1861 as a runaway slave a negro man calling himself CHARLES Ho is about 21 years of age weighs about 170 or 180 pounds dark color and no flesh marks perceptible Says he belongs to David Nash of county Kentucky was committed by W R Taylor Tho owner can come forward prove proper ty and pay charges or he will be dealt with a the law requires A M WILLIAMS J B C Feb 16 18 14 lm GREENWOOD FEMALE SEMINARY FRANKFORT KENTUCKY Mrs Mary Trayxr Runyan Principal federate servi e 4tl gt You are charged with being accessory to the murder of Chas S Dougla s a Union man and with taking the murderers to a room w lie re yon dealt out to them with a liberal hand chain paigne in commendation ol the murder thev had committed t ut uuto tu waibi Thirty S UAVE several beautiful vacant Building Lota I Sohool will for sale Call on me at my residence in South jogs It 11 Ittl lQ A T II DAT AT no I apos HE Thirty First semi auaual Session of this commence on Monday January Pr amp nkfjrt I uly 23 w jttwtf THUS A THEOBALDS i 150 Reward WILL give reward of one hundred nnd fifty dollars for the apprehension and arrest of vINNLY wiio has fled I ruin 5th You recommended the introduction I J apos LORH L D Mi KI i i i I i i j i wt lt ee having murdered my son on the 1 Jth of and did introduce into tins place blood dmy 0 r j iU iuar f 1861 h the county of Mercer bounds to run down Uuron men conscripteAi 0 f Kentucky Said M Kinney was born by the rebels for their service raised in said county is 21 years of age 6th You hnve pointed out Union men as aoout 5 feel 5 in dies in hight red compleetod apos subjects of rebel vengeance brown hair blue or gray eyes by occupation a 7th You have given al the moral and school teacher Thoabive reward will be paid material aid to the rebellion that jour higit ia te 1 y upo n his reception by the oivi uu social position and great wealth would e apos P urities or na jOnN GRITTON Sr able you to give January 23 1864 lm If the public desire it the President we are desolated her labor lost her slaves set free authorized to say lias full permission of Gov and her white population slain or exiled Bramlette to publish the letter from her borders and the wails of misery EXPENSES PER SESSION Board including wa hing fuel and lights 90 00 Tuition in primary branches 10 00 Tuition in common English branches 15 00 Tuition in higher English branches 20 00 Mu ic Drawing Painting etc at the usual prices rJTSo deduction made for voluntary absence For further information address the Principal Jan 11 1 864 2 m Split Bottom Chairs I HAVE a large lot of Kentucky Penitentiary split bottom chairs for sale Persons wish ing to purchase will call on Jas L Sneed at the Capital Hotel J W SOUTH Dee 23 1863 tf O F Mas HALL IE E TODD S School for Children will commence on Tiuudiiy January 23 and continue twenty weeks at 8 the rcssion No extras f No deduction made for absence except in case of sickness Jan 23 1864 the best IS THE CHEAPEST INSURE WITH T II E A i fire an d inland navigation RISKs accepted now us hcrototore at lair rates auu liberal conditions 2 BUSINESS CONDUCTED with con taut dis patch and accuracy 3 LOSSES always met with promptness and complete justice NET ASSETS JANUARY 1804 3 002 550 39 4 THE PUN AND ORGANIZATION of the AsTNA a ter 45 yeirs severe trial has r al ized the greatest public advantage and suc cess of the various sy temsof Fire Insurance in tho country I now better than ever prepared for duty 5 16 000 Loss Claims have been settled and paid SIXTEEN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS 6 THE CONSUMPTION OF PROPERTY BY FIRE in the United States averages over 100 000 daily Is your property exprsed and unprotected 7 ARE I Ol INSURED If not why nm The cost Is trifling the duty is manifest the result may be your e c f c fr in ruin while delay and neglect may involve y u in bark ruptcy poverty or cruel disappointment PARTICULAR ATTENTION and regard i given to email risks as well as large one Able security nnd superior commercial ad vantages afforded Policies Issned without Delay J M MILLS Agent February 2 1864 3m v J Lsi received this day by Adams Express a fresh supply ot the above well known GAR DEN SEED apos They are warranted fre h and pu e Tue v have been tested in ibis community for more than twenty year ai d invar ab y give satisfaction Forsaleby S C BULL Bookseller January 28 1864 NOTICE apos JMIE corpartner hip beret fore exis apos ing un day by mutual consent dissotv d All acrouuts with said firm most be settled immediately Apply to either party ueming a quin Frankfort Feb 1 1864 2m Notice AS the surviving partner of the linn of A W Macklin A Son I will settle up the business of said firm All persons indebted to the firm by note or account will make immediate payment to the undersigned and those having claims against the same will presmt th ui for allowance N B Hereafter all sales of B con Pork or Lard must be tor ca h on del re ry w ithout excep tion except in case where a special anangi Bent is made otherwise GEO B MACK LIN Surviving Partner of A W Mackltmdr Son Franktort Ky Jan 18 1864 h w PITKIN W L P WlARD 9 W POPK PITKIN WlARD amp CO WUOI ENALK DEALERS l V AGEICU LT U R A L I M P L E M E N TS MACHINES TREES PLANTS HYDRAULIC CEMENT LIME PLASTER fill MAIN STREET L O UIS VI LL A KEN TUCK K We hare always in store a large stock of CLOVER TIMOTHY blue grass OKCUUtD GRASS AND OTHER KINDS OF SEEDS Our stock of IMPLEMENTS embraces nearly everything used by the planter We have been engaged in the SEED BU apos INFSS in Louisville tor ten years and belie e that we folly under stand the wants of the public EW Our ANNUAL ALMANAC and CATA LtjGUE OF SEEDS AND IMPLEMENTS will be forwarded promptly on applica ion PITKIN WlARD A CO SW Mr WM A GAINES is our authorized Agent lu Frankfort and will keep a comp etc as sortment of our Garden and Flower Seeds on band He will also take i rdera tor all kinds of Implements wanted at Louisville prices with freight added January ll 1864 2m For Rent A COMFORTABLE DWELLING HOUSE AND GARDEN for the present year about 2 miles from Frankfort on the Versailles turn pike Apply to W W STEPHENS Jan 15 1864 tf L STATEMENT 0J gt HE COKDITIOK or THE 300 Shares Nassau B k S apos k Now York Citj 30 000 200 Shares North River B k Stock N Y City 10 000 300 Shares Bank of N Y ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY AHU r cr c v apos t A 0 1 V V u ith an act entitled an act to regulate Agen ica b k 1 UtJ cie of Foreign Intnrancr Cnmpnnu approved 200 Shares Bank of the Re U March 1 6 Kli S k M Y UltT VgNHE name of the corporation is JSTNA IN j SURAKCE COMPANY and is located at Hartford Connecticut public S k N Y City 400 Shares Ocean B k Stock 27 750 oO 7 250 00 32 400 00 19 000 00 10 600 00 3 360 00 AUDITOR S OFFICE Ky Frankfort July 2 1363 I heieby certify that the foregoing is atrne copy 12 luu 00 tbe or igi na i on file i n thisoffice 7 In witness whereof I have hereto set 8 t gt 00 oO r I my hand and affixed my official seal the I quot apos j day and year above written GRANT GREEN Auditor 29 230 00 86 230 00 AUDITOR S OFFICE l Frankfort July 2 1863 J 42 940 00 No 20 Renewal j This is to certify that J M Mills a3 Agent of 26 000 CO the AStna Insurance Company ofHartford Conn at Frankfort Franklin county has filed in this office the statements and exhibits required by the The capital is r ir a duiu ih AND DOLLARS and is paid up ASSETS Par Value Market Val deal Estate unincumbered 87 963 Ij Cash on hand and in Bank 38 990 Cash in the hands of Ag ta and in transit 111 963 05 Hartford P A F Railroad Mortgage Bonds 7 per ct semi annual interest 44 000 39 600 00 Cleveland A P A Railroad Mortgage Bonds 7 pr ct semi annual interest 3 340 4 060 01 N Y Central Railroad Convert M tgage B ds 7 per cent semi annual interest 2 200 01 Cleveland A T Railroad S F Mortgage Bonds 7 per cent semi annual interest 25 000 2 7a0 0 lt Michigan S A N I R R G apos lMort M tgage B ds 7 per cent semi annual interest 25 0U 7 250 01 Michigan S A N I R R 2d Mort M tgage B ds 7 per cent semi aunua interest 23 000 23 300 01 P Ft W A C Railroad 2d Mort Mortgage Bands 7 per cent semi annual interest 25 000 25 500 01 Atlantic Dock Co Mortg e Bonds 7 per cent semi annual interest 20 000 22 000 01 Hartford A N H R R Co Mortgage Bonds C p rct semi annual interest 38 000 41 800 01 N Y Central Railroad Co Mortgage Bonds 6 p r ct semi annual interest 30 000 32 400 Oi N J R K A Trans Co M tgage Bonds 6 per ct semi annual interest 19 000 19 000 0 Conn River Railroad Co M tgage Bonds 6 per ct semi annual interest 10 000 10 600 Oi Little Miami Railroad Co M tgage Bonds 6 per ct semi annual interest 3 000 3 360 0 Michigan Central R R Co M tgage Bonds 6 per ct semi annual interest 10 000 12 100 Rochester City Bonds 7 pr cent semi annual int 25 000 28 000 0 Brooklyn City Bonds Wa ter 6 per cent semi an uual interest 25 000 29 250 0 New York City Bonds 6 pr ct quarterly 75 000 86 250 0 Hartford City Bonds 6 per cent semi annual int 38 000 42 940 0 Hartford City Scrip 6 p r ct semi annual interest 26 000 26 000 0 Town of Hartford Bonds 1883 A 1888 6 percent annual interest 60 000 67 200 0 Jersey City Water Bonds 6 per ct semi annual int 26 000 28 500 0 United States Coupon Bonds 1674 5 per cent semi an nual interest 205 000 200 900 0 United States apos Coupon Bonds 1881 6 per cent semi an nual interest 125 000 135 000 0 United States 5 20s Cou pon Bonds 1882 6 per ct semi annual interest 100 000 loo 000 0 U S Treasury Notes Au gust 7 3 10 p rct semi annual interest 67 300 00 165 0 Ky State Stock 6 per ct ecmi anuual interest 10 000 10 500 U N Y State Stock 6 pr ct quarterly interest 31 000 55 650 0 N J State Stock 6 pci ct semi annual interest lo UOo 15 450 0 Oonneetic t State Stock 6 pr ct semi annual interest 20 On 22 600 C ohio State Stock 6 pr cent semi anDual interest 100 uoo 112 000 t Michigan State Stock 6 pr ct semi annual interest 25 uOO 26 000 i Indiana State Stock 2 pr ct semi annual interest 76 Ooo 4a 600 Temporary loan to the State of Connecticut with ac crued interest 101 530 i Atlantic Mutual Insurance Co Scrip 1862 1863 la 090 15 886 I 500 Shares Hartford and N Haven R R Co Stock j0 OOu 0 000 I 250 Shares Conn River R R Co Stock 25 000 26 500 lt 107 Shares Boston and W or cester R R Co Stock 10 700 15 515 sO Shares Conn River Co Stock 5 000 1 250 50 Shares Citizens B k S k Waterbary Conn 5 000 5 250 50 Shares Stafford B nk S k located at New York City located at Pcoplea B k S k T1IOIT New York City 500 Shares Phenix B k S k N Y City 400 Shares Union Bank S k larket al K Y City 150 Shares N Y L Ins and 88 9 0 2 Trust Co S k N Y City 160 Shares U S Trust Co 111 969 05 gUH kf v y City Proclamation bj the Governor 600 REWARD Cowans wkatii of Kentucky F xkcutive Department UOM MON WRATH OF KENTUCKY Block rA 5 Oer One Executive Department Block far tut Grto Wja r H KKEAS it ha been made known tome Urnkt Hiua A apos o I m f that on the 5th day of October 1963 Maj trench Blue tfy j Marom A G Wilkman of the 18th Regiment Kentucky Cloret Brawn J JO pj Orange Volunteers was murdered by some unknown amp or Brawn i J Pink persons in the county of Pendleton and are now Bremn A Jt Purple going at large c Now therefore I THOS E BRA M LETT Cnm a apos n i dSVFWV Governorof the Commonwealth aforesaid do here Dark Prat apos CLjLJ a Sie apos e by offer a reward f Five Hcmia Dollars kt Drab y for the apprehension and conviction of each of said murderers if apprehended within one K re taw year from the date hereof A apos TESTIMONY WHEREOF I Fo D J in 2 Silk Wwlen and Mixed GvO 1 f have hereunto set my hand and caused Shawls Scarfs Dresses Ribbons Gloves B r lt L S gt the seal of the Commonwealth to be nets Hats Feathers Kid Gloves C J affixed Done at Ukah ort this the drens Clothing and all kin j oi 20th day of October 1 D Ic63 and Wearing Apparel in the 72d year of the Commonwealth 23TA 3AVING OF 80 PER CEI apos IF NOTICE Proclamation by the Governor Proclamation by the Governor FA MI 31 800 00 THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE JAIL 500 REWARD 600 REWARD Ill UM no of Grant county as a runaway slave a negro wo COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY 1 apos rmt apos man calling herself MOLLY She Is about 16 Executive Department immon wrath of Kentucky j Black jaa aa years of age black color MHTHEREAS it haa been made known tome F xicutivr I partmbnt J Black for sat The owner can come forward prove property f f that WILLIAM BROWN AND JOHN W r HKREAS it ha been made known tome logkt Blue o qq and pay charges or she will be dealt with as the BROWN were oommited to the Clay county jail TV that on the 5th day of October 1963 Maj trench Blue law requires B WILSON J G C for the murder of James B Lyttle au officer while A G Wilkman of the 18th Regiment Kentucky Cloret Brown 1 60n 0 Nov 13 1863 lin in the discharge of his duties as such have fled Volunteers was murdered by some unknown ar B Z wn from justice and are now going at large persons in the county of Pendleton ar d are now B r e 20 000 00 NOTICE Now therefore I TH0S E BRAMLETTE going at large M in AAuu TTpn As lt tiBA D G vef or of the Commonwealth aforesaid do ban Now therefore I THOS E BR YMLETTE Cr OB FAMILY DYE COLORS Patented October 13 18C3 law requires Nov 13 1863 lin B WILSON J G C NOTICE THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THEGRANT 1A AAA AA i W J wucr icwiiru ui ivo aunurca ana run aoi iuw vt tuv vpiuiuouwciii tu ftiuti M county jail ns a runaway slave a negro girl f or he apprehension of each of the said by offer a reward of Five Hi ndrf calling herself LUCY 11 200 00 black color She is about 8 years old The owner can come forward prove proper 23 600 00 ty and pay charges or she will be dealt with as the law requires 3 M 00 6 B WILSON J G C Nor 13 1863 lm Total n n t of Company LIABILITIES 00 20 000 00 2 952 248 85 4 060 00 The amount of Liabilities due or not duo to banks and other creditors Losses adjusted and due Losses adjusted and not due 12 200 00 Losses unadjusted in suspense or waiting for further proofs All claims against the Company are small for printing Ac NOTICE THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE GRANT county jail as runaway slaves a negro woman calling herself LOUISA and her two children HENRY and WILLIAM The woman is about 22 years of age mulatto color Henry is about gt w 4 years of age mulatto color William is about 5 628 83 2 years of age mulatto color from the date hereof IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I 1 have hereunto set my hand and caus lt L 8 V ed the seal of the Commonwealth to be l J affixed Done at Frankfort this 26th v day of September A D 1863 and in the 72d year of the Commonwealth By the Governor THOS E BRAMEETTE E L VamWinklk Secretary of State By Jamrs R Page Assistant Secretary DESCRIPTIONS William Brown is about 26 years old 5 feet 6 by offer a reward of Two Hundred and Fifty tlol Governor of the Commonwealth aforesaid do here Dark Prab Dollars Drab r t Drab Wm Brown and John Brown and their delivery for the apprehension and conviction of each p nDrc gt to the jailer of Clay county within one year of said murderers if apprebrnled within one apos f have hereunto set my hand and caused Shawls Scarfs Dresses Ribbons Glove B r L S gt the seat of the Commonwealth to be nets Hats Feathers Kid Gloves Ch J affixed Done at Ffonh ort this the Irens Clothing and all kin J ct 20th day of October X D Ie63 and Wearing Apparel in the 72d year of the Commonwealth 3AV1NG OF 80 PE Cl V 7 THOS E BRAMLF TTE p quot By the Governor r or 25 cents yon can color a3 many goods a3 E L VanWinkle Secretary of State wou 4 otherwise cost five times that urn V r Oct 20 1863 w amp tw3m ous shades can be produced from the s n dyo The process is simple and any one c apos n u r e C APITAI n A T L 1 I dye with P erfe J I l 1 A L D U ILL French and German inside of e cn r e For further in ormvtion in Dyeing l apos FR NKrO r KENl J URY a perfect knowledge what colors at t W E hare leased too Capital Hotel for a term to dye over others with many valn ib eepea of years It is unnecessary to say more to purchase Howe A Stevens Tieati e un Dye an The owner can come forward prove proper or 7 inches high auburn hair red complexion 137 107 12 I ty and pay charges or they will be dealt with weighs about 144 pounds quick spoken lisps in as the law requires speech said to be left handed and has a scar on UTTT CAV T n n I apos i r r i n i Total liabilities 142 725 95 Nov 13 1863 lrn B WILSON J G C his left thigh John Brown is about 21 years old NOTICE swarthy complexion stern and down countenance THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE JAIL od bone of his rightarm has been broken Wm 5 fe t 5 or C inches hi h weighs about 140 our friends and to those who have been in the Coloring Sent by mail on rece p 1 Jr 1 haMt of t0 PP in g at the Capital than that it is cents Manufactured by STATE OF CONNECTICUT 1 Hartford County THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE JAII Thomas A Alexander President and Lucius J Lk t quot 77 J Hen dee Secretary of the E T N A INSU nan calling herself ESTER She is about 66 RANCE COMPANY being severally sworn de pose and say each for himself says that the fore he owner can come forward prove property going is fJll true and correct statement of the f nd P ay 5 har K es or 9ho W 1 b apos d apos affairs of the s id Company that the said Insu re qu rM B WILSON J G C r Nov 13 1863 lm 25 50 lt i 00 P ose amp ud say each for himself says that the fore going is a full true and correct statement of the affairs of the said Company that the said Insu rance Company is the bona tide owner of at least 25 500 00 ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS of actual Cash Capital invested in 5 500 00 OWE UUMMU U AN u PL LX ihuubanu NOTICE Dua tie is auout 29 years of age auout 0 teet DOLLARS of actual Cash Capital invested in TfTrBP WA5 rnuuTTTirn Tn the jati 10 inche hi h C0 PP er color and weighs about Stocks and Bonds that the abovo described THERE WAS COMMITTED iO THE JAIL jjq pounds Says he belongs to E Richardson 22 000 0 investments nor any part thereof are made for of Grant county as a runaway slave a negro o Mississippi the benefit of any individual exercising authority woman calling herself SALLY She is about 40 ownor can come forward prove proper in the management of said Company nor for any f a e gt ac color t y and pay charges or he will be dealt with 41 S00 00 other person or persons whatever and that they owner can come forward prove property as t j e j aw qaireg are the above described officers of the said Minx a gt d pay charges or she will bs dealt with the BARRETT J B C Nov 18 1863 lrn war y complexion stern and down counten amp nee d kee r UCh quot H te apos one bon of hi righiarm ha been broken Wm glT aU faet n CKulcHKR P 8 Mr Crutcher will have charge of the office and give general superintends apos ee NOTICE Frankfort Ky May 5 1862 May 14 tf THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE JAIL ui r of Ballard county as a runaway slave on the 20th UNITED STAiES CLAIM AGENCY of August 1863 a negro man calling himself at BOB He is about 25 years of age about 5 feet T t y r rr lt apos TCiM irv apos KTTif apos U apos V 10 inches high copper color and weighs about tots Manufactured by HOWE k STEVENS 260 kw fen i For sale by druggists and dealer gi nera apos ly Nov 25 1363 wly NOTICE There was committed to the Rockcast e c unty jail as a runaway slave Jan 1st 1964 a n gro man calling himself GEORGE H is ab ui 27 years of age black color weigh about 1 0 j ur 0 feet high stoppage in his speech Sa s be Ik longs to Elijah Borden of Green Cuant gt Ttm i Insurance Company THOS A ALEXANDER Pretident LUCIUS J UENDEE Secretary and pay charges or she will be dealt with as the law requires B WILSON J G C Nov 13 1863 lm NOTICE THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE JAIL H B WILSON T t HOUSTON longs to Elijah Borden of Green Coun apos Tcnat i Late Lt Col 44tn O V I WILSON HOUSTON amp CO The owner can coma forward prove frap W TT r fy and pay charges or ha will be de apos t with ILL prosecute and collect all classes of u tho requires valid claims against the Government ol liFORflF W Pawf r p r NOTICE Y Y valid claims against the Government ot the United States pdT Special attention will be given to the col lection of claims founded upon Quartermasters vouchers and memorandum receipts and claims Subscribed and swern to before me a THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE JAIL THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE BAL arising from the destruction of private property l T c Justice of the Peace in and for said of Grant county as a runaway slave a negro r inn count fail as a runawav slave on the 20th the armies of the United States L j County of Hartford State of Connecticut man calling himself BEN He is about 25 years t Jg n rn y her elf Bounty Money Back Pay and Pensions due I OJ L r T 1 1 act r ui i i L0 a no ro woman caning nersen r a MATILDA She is about this 2d day of July 1863 HENRY FOWLER Juatice of t5 Peace of age black color GEORGE W PAYNE J F C Jan 18 1364 lm NOTICE THERE WAS COMMITTED TO TIIE M ADI son county jail as a runaway Slav on lb 12 1 The owner can come forward prove proper 1 color about 2 year 86 250 00 ty and pay charges or he will be dealt with as the law requires B WILSON J G C Nov 13 1863 lm Stray Notioe ANDERSON COUNTY Sct TAKEN up as a stray by Wm Malar one SORREL MARE four years old a small star in the forehead Appraised to seventy dollars be 130 pounds Says she belongs to E Richardson of Mississippi The owner can come forward prove prop erty and pay charges or she will be dealt with as the law requires W GARRETT J B C Nov 18 1863 lm NOTICE THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE BAL wo Jan air nVb Tf Bounty oney Back Pay and Pensions due V runawa y 1 quot ll J VS fl lihChilh 0 discharged soldiers he widows or heirs of de f P V 4 u t Tf T 1 apos 6 feet 6 inches high ce amp sed soldie a d back dae re3igned of BEN He is about 5 foot 11 inch s of age and weighs py of age black color Says he b n fleers of the army will be promptly collected a On of the firm will reside inWashiogron for Ande o count Tc nocc the special purpose of prosecuting the class of SiTk quot T 0 1 1 claims which will require attention at that place apos J he 111 bc i 1 1 w lD Our long experience in the army has made us 1 r familiar with the business in which we have em j io iq i i apos J A barked and we solicit correspondence believing that we can be of much service to those who will entrust the collection of claims to us OFFICE Opposite the Court House two doors NOTICE f TUtord 4 vt amp BowZVl apos Z l there was commuter to to for lb undersigned Justin uf lb P c fur TurfuTh vriLSOS HOUSTOR i CO said county this 25th day of September 1863 ism n t ro man oJiin h lf NRD refebrxces G W CATLETT J P A C His Excellency James F Robinson Governor cut apos ll b r f ir bVr A K n u k NOTICE auuntu T udmsm J 0 quot W J W lber Es quot U l THERE IS COMMITTED TO THE LYON Th apos U e ciu eum f r rd prur prup rt Hon R App rsou Mb SleOirg county jail as a runaway slave a negro man and cbarge9 or h e will be dealt with as Ca f r t A A B ult s A Q M IrT ne calling himself I SAAC He is about 40 year of liL w a a rrett J R c May 8 1863 to tne satistaction oi tne unaersignea mai saia feet 6 inches bi gh Saya be belongs to Sarah B Company is possessed of an actual capital of at W od of NasbriUe gt Tennessee 200 900 0U least one hundred and fifty thousand dollar as The owner can come forward prove proper required by said act the said J M Mills as Agent t and p a cbarge3i or be will be dealt with as aforesaid is hereby licensed and permitted to as tbe j a requires 135 001 00 take risks and transact business of insurance at JOHN LONG J L C his office in Frankfort for the term of one year from the date hereof But this license may be luu OUO 00 revoked if it shall be made to appear to tbe un dersigned that since filing of the statements above referred to tbe available capital of said Company 00 105 00 has been reduced below one hundred and fifty thousand dollars 10 500 00 L S In testimony whereof I have set my JOHN LONG J Oct 7 1863 lm K j ST AHLI8HED 17 NEW ARRANGEMENT NOTICE there was eemmitted to the jail of Boyle Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Mail county as a runaway slave on the 7th day of j p aaB p n o br Tin August 1803 a negro boy calling himself WES ana enger Line LEY He is about 13 years of age black color weighs about 125 pounds Says he belongs to F11HE Mail Carriage on this line leaves Frank James Colyer of the State of Tennessee He i on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays was committed by William R Taylor at 10 o clock A M and returning leaves Paris NOTICE THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE JAIL of Harrison county as a runaway s nve or tb 29th day of January 1864 a negr gt o gt y calling himself JOHN He is about 20 years of ag weighs about 175 pounds very bright malic gt about 6 feet high Says he belongs to John W Uolaway of Scott county Virginia The owner can come forward prove pro i r ty and pay charges or he will be dealt w as the law requires JOHN BRUCE j H C Feb 0 1S64 1 ub NOTICE THERE WAS COMMITTED TOTHE WOOD ford county jail as a runaway slave on the 5t apos r The owner can come forward prove proper 0 1 Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays at 11 o ty and pay charges or he will be dealt with dock A M The charge for Through or Way 10 500 00 L S In testimony whereof I have set my hand tbe day and year above written 35 650 00 GRANT GREEN Auditor By C Bailey Aariatant 15 450 00 the tollowiug is a iist of licensed JEtna agents 22 800 00 in Kentucky for the year commencing July 1 1863 112 000 00 Jas W Armstrong Augusta Bracken county W m Alexander Brandenburg Meade 20 000 o PhilipS Bush Covington Kenton M L Broadwell Cynthiana Harrison 45 600 00 Jas A Chappell Carlisle Nicholas Alex H Latbrop Carrolton Carroll David R Murray Cloverport Breck ridge county lol 530 70 Alex S McGrorty Danville Boyle Stephen Eliot Elizabethtown Hardin 1 15 886 00 Fred H Skinner Eddy ville Lyon John M Mills Frankfort Franklin 90 000 00 Sam l Stockwell Flemingsburg Fleming Stafford Springs Conn 5 U0O 36 Shares Eagle B nk S k Providence li I 1 800 200 Shares Revere B nk S k Boston Mass 20 00 100 Shares Safety Fund B apos k Stock Boston Mass 10 060 200 Shares B k of the State Mo S k St Louis Mo 20 00u 100 Shares Merchants Bank Stock St Louis Mo 10 00u 200 Shares Mechanics Bank Stock St Louis Mo 20 lt 400 Shares Farmers and Me chanics B k S k Phil Pa 20 U0U 40 Shares jEtna B k Stock Hartford Conn 14 000 100 Shares Bank of Hartfd Co S k Hartford Conn 5 000 200 Shares City Bank Stock Hartford Conn 20 000 100 Shares Charter Oak B k Stock Hartford Conn 10 000 275 Shares Exchange Bank Stock Hartford Conn 13 75o 440 Shares Farmers L Me chanics Bank S k Hark ford Conn 44 000 b 00 Shares Hartford B apos k S k Hartford Conn 50 00 100 Shares Mcrch ts k Man ufacturers B kS k H d C 10 000 300 Shares Phoenix B apos k S k Hartford Conn 3 00o 250 Shares State B apos k Stock Hartford Conn 25 000 150 Shares Conn Riv B k ing Co S apos k Hartfd Conn 7 500 400 Shares Am Ex B kS k N Y City 40 000 00 Shares B apos k of Am S k N Y City 30 000 600 Shares Broadway Bank S k N Y City 20 000 800 Shares Butchers k Dro vers B k S k N Y City 20 000 100 Shares City B apos k Stock N Y City 10 000 100 Shares Bank of Com apos th Stock N Y City 10 000 200 Shares B k of Commerce Stock N Y City 20 000 100 Shares Hanover B k S k N Y City 10 000 300 Shares Importers and Traders BkS k N Y C y 30 000 100 Shares Mercantile Bank Stock N Y City 10 600 200 6hares Market B k S k N Y City 20 000 1200 Shares Mechanics B k Stock N Y City 30 000 200 Shares Merchants Ex B kS k N Y 16 000 400 Shares Metropolitan B k Stock N Y City 40 000 820 Shares Merchants Bank Stock N Y City 41 600 400 Shares Manhattan Co B k S k N Y City 20 000 J Noah Spears Jr Georgetown Scott 26 oU0 00 Philo II Hillyer Henderson Henderson H A Phelps Hopkinsville Christian lo jjj 00 Stephen Powers Hawesville Hancock James A Curry Harrodsburg Mercer l 250 00 Jas W Cochran Lexington Fayette Abner G Daniel Jr Lancaster Garrard a 250 00 Fred B Merimee Lebanon Marion Wm Prather Louisville Jefferson 16 O0 Joseph Broderick Maysville Mason Wm Hoffman Mt Sterling Montgomery 1 800 00 Chas T Chilton New Castle Henry John A Willis Nicholasville Jessamine 21 000 00 Henry Blanton New Liberty Owen Chas P Buchanan Newport Campbell 10 300 00 John O Brein Owensboro Daviess Wm W Massie Paris Bourbon 16 000 00 John Marshall Paducah McCracken Isaac D Smith Richmond Madison 000 OO Wm R Casey Springfield Washington Thos M Davis Smithland Livingston 16 000 00 Juines L Caldwell Shelbyville Shelby Henry T Harris Stanford Lincoln 22 800 00 Dan l M Bowmar Versailles Woodford A C Ward Winchester Clarke 14 700 00 H J Abbett Warsaw Gallatin July 20 2 w PETER L0RILLARD The owner cau come forward prove proper ty and pay charges or he will be dealt with Snuff and Tobacco Manufacturer a th la r q ui M williams j b c 10 A 18 CHAMBERS ST M Oot 9 1863 lm apos formerly 42 Chatham Street Neva York MflTlCI I1TOULD call the attention of Dealers to the WUI1GE Yv articles of his manufacture viz THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE SHEL RRfiWK lt 5VTTFP b 7 count 7 J quot 1 a a runaway slave on the 7th BKOn W aJaUlfif 0 f September 1863 a negro man calling himself Macaboy Demigros ANTHONY Said man is about 5 feet 11 inches Fine Rappee Pure Virginia high copper complexion Says he belongs to Coarse Rappee Nachitoches Peter Hefey of Adams county Mississippi American Gentleman Copenhagen The owner can come forward prove property YELLOW SNUFF and pay charges or be will be dealt with as the Seotch Honey Dew Scotch law requires H BURNETT J 9 C High Toast Scotch Fresh Honey Dew Scoteh Oct 16 1863 lm Irish High Toast Fresh Scotch or Lundyfoot MfYFTPI Attention ia called to the large reduction Iivvllvj Ei in prices of Fine Cut Chewing and Smoking To THERE IS COMMITTED TO THE LIV baccoe which will be found of a Superior Qual iugston county jail as a runaway slave a negro T HE Mail Carriage on this line leaves Frank day of Dec 1803 a negro man calling bnn c fort on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays SAM DORSEY He is about 19 yea s ol 1 black at 10 o clock A M and returning leaves Paris color about 5 feet 10 inches high Says be be on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays at 11 o longs to John Carroll of Baltimore Passengers will be moderate lower than the fare by the railroad route and good time made Pack ages will also be carried on reasonable terms Pa tronage solicited TOffice in Frankfort at the Capital Hotel in Paris at the Paris Hotel in Georgetown at S Godey a LEWIS k SONS Frankfort July 4 1862 tf NOTICE Through or Way The owner cau cooie forward prove proper lower than the fare ty and pay charges or he will be dealt with time made Pack as the law requires onable terms Pa LEE ATWELL J W C Jan 22 1864 lm NOTICE THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE WuOD ford county jail as a runaway slave on ti 5th day of Dec 1863 a negro man calling him Peter Hefey of Adams county Mississippi THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE JAIL CLAGGET He is about 20 years of The owner can come forward prove property of Bullitt county as a runaway slave a negro da ra eopper color a feet 8 inches j and pay charges or he will be dealt with as the man calling himseif DICK GRIFFITH He is J e an ff 3 t0 Henry Druett of 1 H BURNETT J 3 C NOTICE THERE IS COMMITTED TO THE LIV a the law requires about 22 years of age weighs about 150 pounds Says he belongs to Widow Griffith of Oldham county Kentucky The owner can come forward prove proper ty and pay charges or he will be dealt with Sweet Scented Oronoco Canaster ity TOBACCO Smoking Fine Cut Chewing Smoking Long P A L or plain S Jago No 1 Cavendish or Sweet Spanish No 2 Sweet Scented Oronoco Canaster Nos 1 A 2 Tin Foil Cavendish Turkish mixed Granulated N B A circular of prices will be sent en ap plication April 24 1863 ly Kentucky Central Railroad WINTER ARRANGEMENT 1863 4 man calling himself JOHN Says he belongs man calling nimsett juua bays be belongs to George Elliott ef Montgomery county Ten Smoking nessee He is about 25 years of age 5 feet 6 in NOTICE 1 quot vnruim a gt vx S Jago ehes high copper color and weighs about 140 v Xj YRYAKEN up as a stray by Janie Glore i v i Spanish pounds has a scar on his right cheek THERE WAS COMMITTED TO TIIE BLL about three miles northwest of Frankf rt on The owner can come forward prove property litt county jail as a runaway slave a negro man the waters of North Benson ON i and pay charges or he will be dealt with as the calling himself He is about 30 years of three years old next Spring black rf the law requires a 8 e weighs about 130 pounds Says he be with white face belly and back both bind le T A LEEPER J L C longs to Mrs Rebecca Griffitth of Oldham coun white as high as the knees so other branu oi Sept 9 1863 lm ty Kentucky marks perceivable Appraised to ten dollar by The owner can come forward prove proper Elijah Glore a housekeeper of Fr aklin c unty B F TROUTMAN J B C Nor 18 1863 lm land The owner can come forward pr ve 07 ty and pay charges or he will be dealt v as the law requires LEE ATWELL J W C Jan 22 1864 lm Stray Notice FRANKLIN COUNTY Sct T AKEN up as a stray by James Glore iivirg about three miles northwest of Frankfort on Sept 9 1863 lm notice quot T A LEEPER J L C white as high as tbe knees no other brands or marks perceivable Appraised to ten dollar by Elijah Glare a housekeeper of Fraaklin c unty THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE JAIL th b f TROUTM AN J B C ty and pay charge or he will be dealt with before the undersigned a tru tee of the p gt ac as the law requires for said connty this 21st day of January 1S61 T HE most direct route from the interior of Ken tucky to all Eastern Northern and North ef Fayette county as a runaway slave on the 2d day of January 1864 a negro man call ing himself NERO He is of a yellow color near 6 feet high 37 years of age weighs about 180 pounds Says ho belongs to Malcon Mil ler of Madison county Ky The owner can come forward prove property calling himself CRAWFORD He is about 17 or 18 western Cities and Towns But on change of f nd P a y c h ar ff or be will be dealt with as the years of age weighs 130 pounds Says h Henry T Harris Stanford Lincoln care W H LUSBY J F C longstoMrs SusanWest ofClarksville xuu 22 800 00 Dan l M Bowmar Versailles Woodford TWO PASSENGER TRAINS J n 14 wos im ne A C Ward Winchester Clarke Leave Lexington daily Sundays except dl at The owner can come forward prove proper 4 700 00 H J Abbett Warsaw Gallatin 5 35 a M and 1 10 r u F L V 1 Il j HiEi ty and pay charges or he will be dealt with July 20 2w Leave Covington daily Sundays exeeptedl at WEITZEL it BtlKRERICII 1 aw re res F XR0UTMAN j B C 4 an 0NE PASSENGER TRAIN MERCHANT TAILORS 21 600 00 NOTICE Leaves Lexington for Nicholasville daily 17 apos 0 jpLl respectfully inform the citizens of NOTTflF 9 900 00 THERE was committed to the jail of Har Sundays excepted at 11 05 a a TW V ini ty 7 L th y THFRF WAS COMMITTED TO THE RUL risen county as a runaway slave a negro boy Nicholasville for Lexington daily opened a select stock of spring goods for Gen THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE BLL l3 750 00 calling hinfwlf JOHN He is about 17 years of Sundays excepted at 12 20 r m tlemen s wear which they will sell low for oaah Uttoounry jail as a runaway slave a negro man age weighs about 150 pounds copper color about Passengers can leave by the afternoon Tiain They Will carry onthe TailoringbusinM inall calling himself JORDAN He is about 3u years 5 feet 9 inches high Says he belongs to Brown and arrive at Pittsburg Cleveland Chicago or Us branches and will warrant their work to give of age and weighs about laO pounds bays ha 1 040 00 Raton of Alabama St Louis early the neit morning satisfaction both as to its execution and the belongs to Michael Gore of Hardin county Ky 5 500 O0 21 600 00 9 900 00 NOTICE THERE was committed to the jail of Har rison county as a runaway slave a negro boy WEITZEL k BERBERICH MERCHANT TAILORS W OULD respectfully inform the citizens of Frankfort and vicinity that they have opened a select stock of spring goods for Gen tlemen s wear which they will sell low for coah nessee The owner can come forward prove proper ty and pay charges or he will be dealt with as the law requires B F TROUTMAN J B C Oct 28 1863 lm NOTICE THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE BUL litt county jail as a runaway slave a negro man 51 040 00 P on The owner can couie forward prove property leave aukive 71 500 O0 and pnv eh irges or he will be dealt with as the Nicholasville 12 20 r u Covington 6 00 e M lr uaina om 8 nd er apos lawLjuuc JOHN BRUCE J H C Lexington 1 10 p Chicafo 9 00 a M HaH nd next c loorto the Postoffice 10 500 00 Dec 7th 1863 lm Cincinnati 7 00 r u St Louis 10 46 a m August 3 lk6J tr And at Cincinnati make connection with the 32 100 apos 00 Eastern Express Train at 10 p m having time MARTIN FAH XTATTPP for Supper at Cincinnati 30 500 00 The Morning Train arrives at Covington at CONTRACTOR AND BUI THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE BUL l0 40 giving time for business in Cincinnati and TT V r Kn r rn nt 10 500 00 e 7th 1863 lm August 3 1863 tf charges made for it Term caeh The owner cau come forward provo property Their business room is under Metropolitan and pay charges or be will be dealt with as Hall and next door to the Postoffioe the law requires wremao NOW READY 30 500 00 rsUllL apos rj The Morning Train arrives at Covington at CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ffYHE Third Volume of METCALFE KEV THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE BUL l 0 40 g Ti bme for business in Cincinnati and w waviNG rented the Carpenter s Shop I the 1 TUCKY REPORTS of the Decisions of th lt 11 250 00 lUt county jail as a runaway slave a negro taking the 2 00 P M Train on the I A C R R f i at fl rm of Geo W A Hiram Berry the un Court of Appeals containing Decisions of th man calling himself JOHN CLARK He is for Indianapolis Lafayette Chicago Springfield dar gj gne lt i would inform the citisens of Frankfort Summer nnd Winter Terms I860 and Summer ane 42 000 00 bout 5 feet 9 inches high age not known but is Bloomington Quincy Keokuk St Joseph and and Ticinity that h is prapar ed te contract for all Winter Terms 1861 young Say he belongs to Jas Fits of Louis Leavenworth Baggage cheeked through Sleep k j nil g 0 f work in his line He will contract for TS Price per copy 5 00 39 000 00 m 1 tc ril T 1 tn cm new buildings or the repair of houses Ac His For sale by S C BULL Bookseller The owner can come forward prove proper For brough tickets apply at the offices of the term wm b reasonab e and wor k done with as Frankfort June 16 1862 tf 32 006 00 ty and pay charges or he will be dealt with Company at Nicholasville Lexington and Paris muc h dispatch as by any one else To those wish Yeoman copy 30 500 00 NOTICE THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE BUL MARTIN FAHY CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER 11 250 00 litt county jail as a runaway slave a negro taking the 2 00 p M Train on the I A C R H AVING rented the Carpenter apos s Shop I the late firm of Geo W A Hiram Berry the un 32 000 00 l J a od pay charges or he will be deal 25 000 00 14 000 00 10 000 00 as the law requires B F TROUTMAN J B C Dec 16 1863 lm A H RANSOM Nov 30 1863 tf Gen l Ticket Agent NO TIC eT THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE JAIL ing to make contracts for work he would say that he will enn orm to any style of architecture that LAW CARL may suit the tastes ot his patrons Custom solic w 0 HN L SCOTT of Frankfort will herealtor ited and entire satisfaction promised Call and J regularly attend all the circuit courts in the see him before you contract with others He may j th j udio ui District embracing tbe counties of JO 000 00 NOTICE t Li g T n a runaw y a quot apos on the be found at the residence of E Burns on Broad FrLnkHnHen CawTualla W U 1 1 U r 1st of September 1863 a negro man calling him llrMt r hi hon Order left with Mr n K in n 7 uwen Arim O apos tarroll Ualla 20 400 00 THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE JAIL self BLEWFORD He is about 19 years of age Bu n hrs ab noI wiil be attended U tin Boone and Grant and will attend to such of Livingston county as a runaway slave on the 5 feet 7 inches high black color and will weigh apos MARTIN FAHY collections and other civil business as may be en io UOO 00 5th of September 186S a negro boy calling him about 130 pounds Says ho belongs to Dr Fletcb Frankfort Julv 24 1863 0m trusted to his care self ADAM He is about 10 or 12 years of age er of Hendersen county Kentucky J February 6 1863 x F TROUTM AN J B C Q W GWIN J P F C T 2 1863 lm Jan 23 1864 3ttwA3tw NOTICE Military Furnisher THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE BUL r p p Z litt county jail a3 a runaway slave a negro man U Lj U ri Li Lt gt V r O H L Al V lg himself CRAWFORD He is about 17 or 18 No 102 Wzst Fourth Street 1 of age weighs 130 pounds Says he be f lv l to Mrs Susan West of Clarksville Ten CIHAINN i I U Established 1851 le owner can come forward prove proper OFFICERS Uniforms Overcoats Saddle ind pay charges or he will be dealt with Swords Belts Sashes gold embr i i he law requires metal Straps Regimental Hats and C apos C B F TROUTMAN J B C Cots Stoves Mess Kettles Regimental and N t 28 1863 lm tional Flags Ac apos January 26 1863 NOTICE IERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE BUL awry jail as a runaway slave a ne ro mao Proclamation by to 6 BOYtmO ng himself JORDAN He is about 3o years 9300 REWARD e and weighs about loO pounds fcajs he jgs to Michael Gore of Hardin county Ky Commonwealth of KrvTrrKT io owner cau come forward provo property Executive Departkkm pay charges or he will be dealt with as HEREAS it has been made kn wn t law requires f f that on the 30th day ot cepteru tr 13 B F TROUTMAN J B C David A Hamilton of Glasgow Ky umr it 28 1863 lm dered by two unknown persons in ihe Pleas ic View Baptist Church on the turnpike leadin apos NOW READY from West Point to Elizabethtown in Uir n BE Third Volume of METCALFE KEN o apos nc 7 at W lir aTe fr apos n jU apos r apos TUCKY REPORTS of the Deoisiora of th therefore 1 THOS E BRA ML TT t of Appeals conta ning Decisions of th Governor of the Commonweal store v mer and Terms 1300 and Summer ano her by offer a re ward of TWO HUNDRED AN ter lerms 1S61 FIFTY DOLLARS for the apprehension and c n T n apos u er f apos urrj R viction of each of said murderers if a t til h w f V LL Boo l8e et within one year from tbe date hereof apos ankfort June 16 1862 tf IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF eotaan apos gt py t have hereunto let toy hand anil cnui 1 A W p p v L 3 gt cd the seal of the Coinni apos apos Tiwe lf h to I gt 2xVY UikiiLv affixed Done at Frankftrt this th HN L SCOTT of Frankfort will herealter 6th day of November A D 19 regularly attend all the circuit courts in the and in the 72d year of the Commonweoltb Judicial District embracing the counties of THOS B BRAML KITE as to its exeoutien and the belongs to Michael Gore of Hardin county Ky B F TROUTMAN J B C Oct 28 1863 lm For sale by S C BULL Bookseller Frankfort June 16 1862 tf Yeoman copy J trusted to his care February 26 1863 31 800 00 eet 2 inches high black color Says he be The owner can come forward prove property longs to Not Porter of Henry county Tennes and pay charges or he will be dealt with as the 13 000 00 20 000 00 35 400 00 10 000 00 46 0 10 00 44 280 00 28 000 00 The owner can come forward prove property and pay charges or be will be dealt with as the 1 W rnnnirco T A I KEPPR TIC WnTTUF IDS VW 1BH 8 wpv J cuung aiDuni ou L aw requires r A LltPER J L C INUilLBi SMITH Says he belongs to one Ray Gabbert Sept lb lrn THERE WAS COMMITTED TOTHE LIV of Hancock county Ky He is about20 or 21 ingston county jail as a runaway slave on the yeara of age about 5 feet high black complex 5th day of September 1863 a negro woman call ion Mender made and will weigh about 120 MRS MARY WILLIS TODD S in 8 erself JANE She is about 30 years of age pounds He was arrested in Breckinridge county S r nririT 1 5 feet4 inches high black color She refuses to ky c omtnenot Monday the 7th day te p her owners name The owner can oom forward prove propei of September 1 amp 03 in the basement of fke The owner cau come forward Brava nrnnartv tv and nav charees or he will be dealt with law requires T A LEEPER J L Sept 16 1863 lm NOTICE THERE WAS COMMITTED TO THE JAIL of Breckinridge county as a runaway slave on the 9th inst a negro hoy calling himself BILL SMITH Says he belongs to one Ray Gabbert O f September 1863 in the basement of the Presbyterian Church TERMS Per Session of fire months 10 July 22 1863 tf tell ner owners name Th a owner can oome it r ward prove propei The owner can come forward prove property ty and pay charges or he will be dealt with and pay charges or she will be dealt with as th as the law requires law requires T A LEEPER J L C JOHN C SMITH J B C Sept 16 1863 lsn August 23th liM int T N D W LINDSEY ATTORNEYS AT LA ERA NKFORT K E STUCK Y PRACTICES Law in all the Courts u id n Fankfort and the adjoining ceanties Oi fice gt n St Clair street four door fmui the Bridge Jan 3 1859 tf COVE MILL FOR SALE lITUATED 1 miles North of Ftauklori the Oweuton turnpike road For particul apply to R 0 STEELS August 8 t Frankfort By the Governor E L VasWisklk Secretary of State By Jas R Page Assistant Secretary DESCRIPTION The two men were both y gt ung mc i sn l one about 18 or 20 years old and of slcnic u ke the other 20 or 22 years old heavy set b h v i tr light hsir the oldest one with long sandy b ru Nov 6 4863 wAtw3in JE 3 L SAMUEXi city BARBER FRANKFuR Houma under 4 onsmnn wealth Other I F you want your Hair Trimmed Face Shaveo or your Head Shampooned go to H SAMUIL S BARBER SHOP Feb 8 I860 

Daily commonwealth (Frankfort, Ky.), 1864-02-20

4 pages, edition 01

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