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The epicurean'sTrealh is now freight-ed
with the. fragrance of Spring onions.
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On Saturday, night,, ,a Bmal dwelling
urned atvffie colored' fblksv. cemetery.
arm was given to , the fire depart-
v raiiiv. ." '- 1 Ji.
: - - n i TheJfarmtofiMilton' Eankins,f o
;ii Bbn tountya8withdrawal.'frohl, a pbi;
, lic:sale. thexfther day, at $85 for the
in t :.i . ' ' . v','.
" W. H. Polk,. formerly of this city, will.
, .commence the publication of a new
in Leipgton in a ,iew days,
Jfo,be called ine ' Evening' News, , ', .
",ri: '" x :
:Sa.t'ubdaY night m. PurnellJhad 8
Plymouth iRo'ck hens stolen7 from him
Mrs. Jos.-Mitchel 30 . ' -chickens last
. week, ahd B8n"Frakes: 20 hens.
JiMrMcjLjjfgocE; dog went vto sleep
and feii.out qf a. second. story, w,indpw on
' Maih streetjast Thursday,. and, .almost.
scared a boy tpt.dpAt at ,whqse, ieet it
llfell. ." , . ... ,
; HonIG! S.Opftjtt hasv 'passed- thirtyi
i.bills'for: Bbrifbon'; one of ''which, was
amending' the chatter of Millersburg
: and curtailing the powers of Police
'' ' '.
The News acknowledges -receipt a large
.newspaper entitled 'The lrfck &
Warw"ickshir,e Advertiser.&f Ieamington
Gazette,;' sent by;Mrs. Geo. Eelley, from
: ". The publid'will stdnd aghast, filled
' ' with greatfexpectahcyj ihiJ,nticipaidn" 'of
v rthe revival promised , us
5 ionthe'arrival "of the Rev. Geo. t). Barnes,
On the 15th inst: "Praise fe' Lord:"
. In the l temple of justice, ."MaVy Ann,
Arnold was held for further trial in the
sum of $100, for cutting Anna ICiser, and :
Anna Kiser '-was fined 9 and ... .costs for
"assaulting Maiy Arndd. The case against
BelleSmoot, was dismissed. .
Country correspondents have 'been, re- .
. porting' to the True Kentuckian, that to
;bac,co lands in ten and twelve "acre: ; lots,
have been rehting at fromljSO to $75 per
acre, butfail to make mention- -that the
, 'use of bams and tenan houses are included-.
This fact will make it. more
to the public. ' , '
The, Legislature has ..passed an act;-
which was framed here ? requiring the'
owners of dogs to pay $2 tax oh each
dog) and those to be shot on : which the)
tax has not been paid. The dogs on
which taxes have been paid, are to be
marked by, a collar furnished by the
County Clerk. Carlisle Mercury.
We moved our Southdown bed-bugs
up to Paris last week, to see if the stock
could not be improved by their association
with the one hundred-years-old
ShbrtrhbrhB of the True Kentuckian
office. We are satisfied that the symmetry
and livelinefs of ours cannot be im-
proyeo! ,pn, but it is th longevity that we
are after. , ,
.. Fr a zier -Remington has completed his
contract for raising the. frame tobacco
iKrn of W. T. Overbv. The dimensions
are 96x48 long and wide, and 30 high.
Frazier leaves for Kansas City to-morrow,
where he expects to make a little fortune
in contracting, and will return to
make the bbss contract of all.
' -Golf JolinCaldwell gives the following
Cour,t day report, "About 300 inferior
cattle on the market., J Market depressed.
A lew changed hands at from oh to 4
cents for common, andfone lot .of good
ones at 4.. Sold one .pair of mules for
$300. ; '.one pair'for., $340 r one Pa,r for
$130 ;. and one single ohe for $110. '.' Plug
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-' Tt;v ' BOTJKBON NEWS
''stmck'ilie town "like i a?iit(ie streak' of
,.,T?,?yprfy Iftst week, but wo -hope" with oun
moderate supply of y.oupg"blo,6d, frbsh
lyaiiis strAug,armsahd' willing liands,.
fair hold, on.i.tbe
'town before another JMa'wsh
stcolsln upon lis: . 'Where will,
.-.'there's a way.' We have
Harrison Johnsonhas spld his farm. qf.
125 acres, three milep below Millersburg,
to PQte.r Linville, for $8,125., -.' . " ;
John IiKPton lost one of his most valuable,
fox. hounds, by running a snag about
a foot long m his brea$t while cliabing .,'a
rabbiti1 . ' . ' ' t -
John McLean, of the Flat Rock precinct,
will move in'a few days, to Kisme
station, situated on. the Cincinnati Southern
railroad, in Tenesee. l
. About' every 5third young man met
with coming from Cincinnati or Louisville
with a grip sack and
is a new. doctor, with license to kill scienr
There is quite an exodus of the citi
pourrngmiojeniucKy, ana many 01 inem
tare nowsearching forlandaandare lopa.
Hntfin - this ccranttC .. .. ..-Mw. hH
I. G. Parrisli'lDecliries.
1 ! reet' exceedingly" ,my . business, lis
such as will not permit-me :to.jQe your,
.candidteiorOMiayor. "While Iappreciate
the compliment, Lmusfc decline. - -!'
! DVGjParish, '."
A, Millersburq inanr dreamed .the- -,
number which -was to draw the "Willard
Hotel, but the indefinite postponement..
of " the drawing has so weakened-his
faith tbat he has since, sold his ticket at
half price. ' '..'.. '
The News will be issued regularly- on
Tuesday and Fridays, and will be sold at
the low down price of two dollars per annum,
or one dollar for six months payable
strictly in advance. No subscriptions
will be received for .less 'than ' six
The Paris favorite Miss Julia A. Hunt,.
who will appear here next Thursday
night, has created such a furore'
throughout the cquntryin'her new play
Flornel" that she.wjll soon, appearJt.
one of the largest. few8York. Theatrefs;
for a run .of 10 weeks.- . i . '
J.,Ea6TinSpjbars,, dry goods merchant
of this stock- of ,
Saturday, to Dr. John McMillan, for the
benefit of his'crediters." Mr. Spears, we
understand, has engaged to clerk for the
dry .goods house of Castle, Price &Ce., of
k;Thos.. Miller, a Mexican. war veteran
ri :-.- a -...- irtsi. x
an 'estate valued at; the $50,000 left, him
by his aunt, who died .several years ago.
This exceeding gladsome-piece . of news
was imparted to the old veteran whilst
'. ' ' ,
The editor of the New"s, in consequence
of moving; making 330 trips aslackyboy',;
acting as master'mechanic in settipg up!
presses, foreman and typo in the office,, i
fair- chancejin. the news-
gather: business, and humbly
gizes" tor tms . 'issue, wmcn' is; . a -mere
(7,K , f ' 1 .' 1
prospecui sueei. ).- t
Bob Metcalfe, well known ' in Bour .
bon as a live agent of the, celebrated' ....
'WNp.,8 Wheeler &, Wilson Sewing
interest inthe4Howe machine, and ' pror
poses' an active' canvas of the'cbunty
'in a'.'few days. He, will, 'probably.', make
nis,Aeaaquarters.,in mis cuy, an aiew
days. - f
Harlan "Vimon!?, of Millersburg,
bought at the sale of the effects of the,
late Wm. Johnson, Srv a book entitled,.
"Sweetness in Soutude," published in
Paris, by Joel Lyle, hi U816. Among the
family rehcs not sold, was noticed a blue
cotton coat, cut swallow?tailed, which
was worn by Mr. Johnson's father, over
sixty years ago.
MnvrbN Stok, a sawyer living near
Norih Middletown, war" seriously mashed
last Thursday, by a log rolUng pver
bim. He was standing in a mud puddle,
which saved him from being crushed to
death instantl'. ' The wdunded niari is;
suffering terribly from internal ' inr
juries about the stomach," and his
chances for rccpvery are. hazardous.
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Reai what Manager Morley of Philadelphia
says, of Julia- A. Hunt and her
new play "Florinel." -
CHESTNUT STREET THEATRE. ,
Charles S. IMorly, Lesseeand Man jr. -1
Philadedpiiia,1 Oct. 1st, 1881
lK.jYIWrEY XtOSEXEIBLD. , ..,.,.;
Dear Sir: If the. endorsement of .my
theatre can serve in any way to add to
the value of your charming drama, "Florinel,"
I take the greatest pleasure in offering
it to you now on the' eve of your
departure from Philadelphia. I shail al-
(! 1 !-
wavs teei a .i)nue in naving :proaucea
hFlorinel" atthe Chestnut Street Theatre,
nAncirlnrinnr it. llrI do.' ohfi of thfi lliosf
beautiful "1 hHvc
witnessoil ia " ''-
,, I,aiiivnp:lesaiiupressp8Tvyith.the excellence.
6f,jSIiss Juliii A- Hmttij tthe ititle
role, arid trust' she may repeat in other
cities the success she'has xichiyed here. t
Wishing vou botli tne goou.iomineryou
, Hi. .OS t
; .The firm of Bedford & HedgfeS; 01 Mil-
lersburg, will nl'ove up he.re . in a- fewj
days.- - -
The 9rly,fishermen of ourcity arehow(
Stringing finenewlights below the dam ait
Shaw's mill. "' ' - !ii !i
'1 .'W '.
.11 Joel Forsyth, brother?of":P61k, ;yhq.
.was recently snot au 10 pieces ,inv xexas, I
is getting well rapidly ii .
Read the advertisement Of. the'' Dwell-
ing. House in Millersburg. -It I
the most'desirable in the t6wn. l
R. Hutchcraf tyt of .Lexington, "purchased
a fe day's since, 145,000; 'pounds
twentyrsix cents pec pound,'"
:Jaines Kiser years, -died at. his
hnieearlCiserson Friday :lajst,( after
au illness of several' weeks. He wns.a.
mucHie?teenie'd,6idcitizen, and, had- a1 1
'UUKL UUlVitClU ITItJUUb.
lr.FkAT Rocichasa inaninanifed Gillispsie.
who Has been killitig'snkes all Vhtfer, 1 to
add IsHota'drinMng man'eithqrWhen
the..Sjpring fairjy o,pens, hfyWjiU.go,iat the
business regnlar, and rioudbuptma,ken'
"Emerald Isle," out of 'that'section. .
Tpm Henry went' down a
last week, to act? as spy ., in the enemy's
calnp., iy .theaid.ofa special guide
and a good pair of ope glasses, ;l(e was
finally enabled tb;.find the camp the
McHenry and Jacob pow-wow.
Grossips, Slaps and
JTotes and. Fash- !
t ion'ii Follies.
Mrs. Gen. Uroxton is.-y very V ill' with
pneumonia. ;. ,.. ;. .4;,:v ,
Senator . John Williams 'hasreturhed to
rr tiauiniJi.. ... , , H -
-Hon 0.:S.K)ffutJtetntneyoM8 labors
arjbiranjorf,uupnaay..i "': . i
ji. ii : m
Miss Vansant, of is! the'J
gucou ui x,xioa ugjiu Wwih ,H
Allis will add a (dressmakers de-.
partment to his .store th,ig. Spring.,. 4l ; v
Mrs. and daughtJfae taken
board with . James M, Hjiglies tand
John G. 'Smedley, ofsMillersburg, won
P$eabyterian , Spelling I
4rir .'- 1
Prof. A.G: IM.urpliy, ofSjehelbyville
College, has. been paying his old home at 60
Millersburg, a visit'. ' .' ,"'!,.
Miss Mamie -Kelley, bfRavehswood,
WesVav 'passed, up -the road last week,
to. attend -Mrs. Warrant's' school - at Lex-
.' . ' ..-..;'
.Longfellow's birthday was celebrated'
i.T i - i i. ' ' Ai-
citizens-thought it'WasMhe1 'HaiperiS
LohgfellowVsc .M , .,,,',. , .4
Pat Sammonds; & popular Saifdgood: vo
looking young saddler of SJbunt Ster-ling
will get married on inst. . ,
Miss will cpitduct
her. millinety jiisiii;dss at, the1 ro.om (ipade.
vacant bycthejrearement .of thb Misses
Editor Pehriy witti bf the Maysyille'
quarters? a Jcallj
whilst returning from ' and
Jacob convention at, Louisville, .'. ..- w
-Gen. -Abe Bufbrd wants -a rpositi6n on
the LOui sville ' & Nashville' railrpad If
lie wants ltp .eep a. good stpokpi religion
onhands,.he had better let railroading
alone. . ,
Sam Hallj the. young Maysville plow
manufacturer, was married last week: to.
Miss Salhe xx es put; of Owmgsville. The
bridal party have gone to New . Orleans
on a tour.. . . .?
Silas Yager, of Cane Bidehasgqne to
Shelby county, to.asaist. in settling '1111;
mothers estate.. 'The estate, 'consists of
500 acres Of laid and elegant homestead.
There are-ten heirs to the property. ;
John I. Fisher's school-? closed on Cane
Ridge last Frida', and. the j'oung.
gogiic, 'in.' company with Joe Goons,"
was made a Master Mason and banquet-ed
at Flat Rock, Saturday night.
A Miss Florence, fiom Havvisoii 'coun
ty,' who'has' been teaching school near'
sprth jIidldletowii, pojsc'd.iUrbUghchere
in chaise of her parents last 'week 'very
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clining position. ,V-K
Edwin Bootlrbandles tKe skull of a
LpuisvillQhorsetbiefi in the grave 'Sceio
in Jlainleti.,,. Tbft skull: was presentedto; I
J uniuSi Brutus liooth,;by thethief vhom
Booth.; befriended in legal defensean liis,
hopelpss,case. . j ., ; t . ( ..-;
: superscription Vas on an
enyelopo which pafesed'througli
Oflice last week : ' w ''
"I am anxiou? "Uncle Sammv," just to
. . . r
1 -A s Tr,. ..!, nM, ,.,:v.
rftuHd ASH i5 iieasdfe and pride, "
. irtl maylgi'eet Miss MattiePe'rry, ere her!
hl.nll -v I A
her kind )cind,em)otions.,by
, tuVr am,egixpnia'rrifind.:
i . .,- tf. itKfii 'v H'- jr '
3Ehe Trader, Turfman, Farmer
- andSportsman. ;
iMrt Taylor, of Lafayette. Ohio,5 is here
looking fb'r'jaclrB and mules.
IStonyPomt'; thirty-nine; heaii aggregated
'. Joe: Arrasmith", of Ba'th county, sold'
po3,10 orth ofitobaccoirom 1-acres of
Lee Vanarsdell, of Bath courity, wed '
ded Miss Edna Judy, of . Montgomery
county, last week. ',,'.. ,
The acreage of rtobacc'o to he: planted in
Bourbon this year,, will' be at . least one j
third larger than last vear. . '
f.iJ5M - ft;-is'; : -, -, '
JamesfPrathef, bffifsoxf. county has
"sold his.crop of .4,000 pounds of tobacco,,
Thomas Best, at $20 per hundred.
.. '. 1 . J . :
Messrs Patfs. and TV;lliams,. from
Mo.,!are,here t looking ior Short-Horn
cattfe and thorough KrepT horses, y
Charlie Clarke, of Millersburg, has sold
fine pair of large bay coach horses. ' to
Barney Crossland, of Pa., for 'a handsome
priced : . . . '
At the sale of tlie effects of the late D
Barnes, Saturday, an Alderney cow sold
for 150,and'her calf for $62. ' Household
goods sold high.
Maud S. was driven her 'first' time .in
"dpuHe harness last week., She was gay
and frisky, and wantedtbgp,
byjher'side, made her
used to things. '
Dick Marsh failed to rent his farm,con- .
'seimentlV sold but little of his stock last
Thursday at his public sale. Had he succeeded
,in renting, it was his intention to
remove to. Missouri. ...,-... ;
H. that cross between a cabbage head
'and $ yilde; woild
;come to BpurbonoW.he.couid .enjoy a,
stroll through Our velvet "pastures dotted
Syfth, violets an,;d. piccadilUes. . ;. . .
Itfariy tobacco ' men" 'from 'liertson
and Mason counties, are now on the
lookout foregrounds to Vent n
Farjners: having ilaudsitbient would do
well to let it be known , through . these
Col. Muir returned 'from Indianapolis,
last Thursday,; where he made a sale of
Jersey cattle for Jennings & Hover, of
TJrbanaj'Ohio, tbe'stbcH ranged in price
from $200; to $1,030, and . avergaged over
$200 per head: , ' .'... .
Farmers who have pastured 'their wheat
this Spring; will discover- an unusual;
amount qi cneat in inuir
asitlias been discovered that if tie
genenuea miu v;iiuai. num -,---?!i
.than all others. . .- ;
Thomas of r of Miss'
proved l"an& in the .MiUprsburg precinct,
to J.olr Marshall, of Bath county, ior $15,-000
cash! ' Alex : McClintock has rented
the farm for, one year., , . ,-
"'S. D. Ardery, formerly of this county,w
but now .for the 'great
mule firmof Scroggin, Martin &. Co., of
Louisville, has been in the .oounty for
several days. Mr. Ardery Informs us.
that bis firm handled over ' 5,QCK)? mules,
lastyeari. ..- ' '
The marriage of Bishop Hiblerto Miss
Jennie Beavers,' will take place at the
Christian church this evening at 8 o'clock
O'EB THE BASK RIVER.
P.Patrick Kellerj near this city, Sun-
HenrV Shawhan, agfed 70, died at
Saturday. 4 . . : . ....,
,. On Saturday, nighti last, Misa Xannie
Spears, daughter of Henry Spears, of the
Agricultural Bank.' hc deceased M'as
twelve years of age, and her illness
Dr ofiT. (I. and
S. C All'djed.atharps
after an illness of dropsy ''for- many
nionths, and was buried in the
ceinetry &unday.. .. . c
' .'.Mrs. fejillie.Leer, f6rmerlyb6f
ty,ibut recently Woodford
died at Rich Hill, iMissoiiri, the! oher
idilfy, aged pighty years. She left Ken
tucky several weeks .ago to visit rclatiyes
inilndiana and Missouris - 4 -
jr Itha'eby 'forwarji allpefebhtat lny
'huiftingor. fishing on "my. prcihises:will
uaprpsecuieaio oixne mw.-
,3kly. friends will please not ask-the
violating my positive resolution.
..tl : - Jesse Turxey.
Pf isi . Biii9
PAID UP CAPITAL, m70&
Gonducti a General Banking JEHw&ww.
I" Special attention to collections, and
remittances promptly made, to all parts of
the United States, Canada, or 'Europe.
A. G. Stitt, R. TARB,
vrm. h. jqhson; r d.d. oonwat
: I . Olerli.
!. JOHNSON HOUSE,
. MILLERSBURG. KY.
One square from railroad depot GOOl
LIVERY STABLE ATTACHEJD. Tfee
.kindest attenti.cm given ad
Good Sainpl Room-. Actable. IIM
with. all the delicacies of the, season,
BATES REASON ABTjH. ? '
. - HSTTCCESSORS TO
JAMS I; COLLM,
rDEALEt . v
COAL, - : SdLT,t
Broadway, - - - Millersbmr
J&STJ also have a saw mill at lickfem
Station,' on the K. O, railroad, . a3d cn
fill all orders for cut lumber at lowesinuyst
Ieet prices. 1 will moyo the mUl to
locality where a sufficient numbear oi
for a yard can be established.
A mil stock of Lumber kept cogrtsotb
on hand at this point.
. . 9
Miller sbwfa JS,
Keens a full Hue d Ooffio ad
Caskets, Ladies' and 6ent Sobe,
Embalming' a Specialty!
tOT JTurniture neatly "epaij
GEORGE Fr SMITH, .
Successor to ' '
BIERBOWEl, SCIJTJMAN ,SMITHJ,
Manufacturer of -
" Rmrsies, Stiikief,
Spripg 'Wagon, Ac
Jfi? All material used, none
But the beat mechanics employed
quently my work gives entire satisfaction.
MSB Repository now filled with NEW
rau iaprmg svyiee. umce in ine
City building, in rear of the Court bous,
JAS. A. McCANN,,
Granite and Marble.
Third St., Maysyillt, Ksntac&y.
,.(i Grand Optra Building,
"GEO. W. DAYIS,
.. '". Dealer In
TJi.TT 13 "NT t rp TT "P
A"- XJ JLW II X J. U .ft.ll a
Window Shades, Carpets, Oil
Clotlis, Mattresses, '&c,
ti: Special . Attention Given t
lo jU rider taking and Repairing.
Main Street, Peris, Kys
.; LAME HOUSE,
,. . ; CARLISLE, 'KY..
. ' . . . Tl ;
Cm e, Square from-'Railroad BopotAU
Baggagetransferred to and frofj free of
.:. .: -'charge! '
xnERY ;s 5c AMuB attached
OYfcL. ;., ;, aiiJ . -i
Will practiceJrom residence in the
country near Judy's Cross
countyj Ky. All calls promptly atj
tended. ' v feblG
fiJtitt,: 3ffl. -9
Medicine & Surgei.
, Offiee adjoining DeposifrBank,
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tf - U9fi
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; , 7 ;
Represents "Hartford' Firei' Boiling
Green and Maysville Masonic Life Com-
ATTORXgy AT hAVA .
- WilPpracttcb in'lho cnfirts" of 'icnolaa
and adjoining cctnties. . Sp?c;rand
prompt att2ntiori given- to collections.
KENTUCKY WEStEYAN ' cEBfi,
MILLERSBURG, BOURBON CO,, KY.
A lite school, with a thorough curriculum, nnd an
rU Faculty. A Preparatory or
Class in each Department. Disriplijm ipdudtd ou
high principle, no esplonago, no' coninUcatpd system
of rules and penalties, sound Chrismm' culture and
true manhood being our only aim. Tuition. S2u per
year; matriculation, . . $20: . hoard, 3 tu S4 ptr . week. .
J J f X At- - 1 - '
ocn jr luumi i ias rrwiaeni ir a tauiosot to
Mrs. Jane Purnell, Jko. RrPjanNE
1SIA1N STREET, .;
Table and rooms second to no countrv
hotel in the State. . ... -.-:
JSSTljargre and well fiuaiislietj
Sample Rooms for
Good Livery Stable attactied, lCiefer
to all who have patronized the aduag?
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