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V. " Entered at the Postoffice at Millers-
.-burg, K"y., as second class mail matter. '
' ' '7V are, authorized to. announce. Dan.
iBowdeiv; of the Headquarters ; precinct,
K candidate for Assessor of Nicholas
"County subject to the action of jthe
Democracy .in primary. Election.
r .. ','JGRm4 . Morning."
i In .greeting the citizens of Paris
)wlh "n gentle "good morning." the
a. heart full
bf gra$tude, thanks it's1 many
support ancLh ear ty good will
toward jit's assured' success : and
nTougn u aypjrit u reuipruuiby, win
rqinisetherrithat thc,y, will never
Jha,ve '.cause to regret -the advent
.-. . (FjuiietivBW.S'Snair ue in cue iui urey
i. ' h&i UiW vhii province of a "good
S .kujwspaper ftv publish such
.. o!MLo to," -'and
.t t .dittVoiwKjii: w' to expect. It nvill
. ?.- . m: : ifj ; .. we v'ev.
rirfji;. .: 7
'ga!tionm the public.
i Fifteen months a'gb, 1h "News.
i lias elsteol? under tm'any idv:erse'
,. .c,ix,QninstaneeSr...,Jt:now comeeito a
Z'StiMyri Md of hfbor, and, like a
-. r iing. ax-man in- tan ana a.
.- plent3r of it. feels that the reward;
I ftlShe sweat of his throw 'is "before
I p.jQTgr hot that reward Shall be ear
. it 1' " I
' n unto him';
UatnimRiarqlti ASfegiedm "mstol
irettinsr m her' car-
5u?7ao4pjie would-be assassin: "was
. fy?ffti&,'?$A $y:ittP police, -and
jejason fo" tSaytt'empted
was The Queen
nelu.'her public even-
... - i jr;tg jiatgrnfianitaiisptq ..jnae
bee vi' .Shot. ;at." i; Jw-i
If .-l IC
,0 : iLLias; rasdL1!!
!WSK Sr.9AB. injitnJ State,
to lence their roads vithin
- - 1 ji Jl ' J - -
roaa in.,tjtie .State, and it is e
lelH8TtMlrtM,eeTlii tile; &
toAfcowci. ,01 is rn
if ., they
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iS5iai;ed.lii -'." .
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,uiilixir'worcls and- pafihetic
oT&ftriiig appeiil -that Jacob "made
jfvmiJiglrG. a pears
" ea44afe7aina. it 4la
nmlf probable .that ..will eyer .be
fannedVagairji worth a cent. ". '
.TiHBRE are two, gpod?i.planjcs,",tii
the Jacob platform the opposition
of "tbat relic
post, and the encourage-
oflSsigfifcitjl jeVeVmiglit be
and sail along to gJLofyn.th'e,
straight ticket... ... ...'.'. ' . '
"(sJiAJfiFijsij)' whs'iiiq.only ' perfpti
angcl who. ccrdrew -a..
nitwuT, myu it iiuifcivCL, . or .spoKe a
to oBL.tiKB'ii p &
logy . never gets great, in
CreneiaL . hta,tiifcsr they: , will5 r
iina:iiv to. .
s l'iLVS trle,:101 a4 .prop-."
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Judge Beckner has been inter-
pond6nt;,at Fraiikfortj and has seen-
caise!tb veilt hisvVpleleTdu against
speak ei 'Owens', by the1. ' gratuitous
al apportionment -with the purpose
of giving.ithe 'Republicans '-a j dis
trict With1 his .characteristic
boldness' a'ncl' ' 'candor) "'Owens answers
"iha'tWis'a lie of whole cloth,
and Beckner .knew it, at the time."
Of course, there, ws. no.. such purpose,
or thB "committee would not
have bad' thirteen Democrats and
two Republicans. ' '
The truth is,' the 'anxious
of Beckner at . the capital
while Rice was mapping out his
congressional , , districts : the fact
that Rice had assigned Clark county
to the ninth district,- Beckner's
advocacy of Tom Henry at the Appellate
convention, when ..he was
instructed for Davis, :j his voting
for Rice as permanent chairman
of the convention, when the seventh
district delegates selected him
as a committee-man oil organiza
tion with the expectation that he
would vote jcor.OwENS, his own
man, and his reappearance at-Frankfort
as soon as the Legislature
determine to raise a 'new
all co to indicate that the
'y udge is a candidate for, Congress.
in the ninth, district if his county!
goes there, and that he is bidding
fair with Eastern Kentucky. We
wish Clark to .remain in the Ashland
district, but if she is necessary
to redeem the ninth district,
the ' committer ., should ..."-add
McCreary a -chance to measure
lances with Beckner. The kfor
mer can carry- the the ninth
wlhile it-he latter cannot. .?
M r tJ. -.
ELLis,the Ashland confessidhist
;and crank, ought
to be ta)ten out ancl hanged, on,
Jthe general principle that no
authenticated liar has a rigritf to
swear ario.tner's life away.. Nal
guiltyi but the
never' De satisnea watn
,-their conviction .upon, sjiah
,dence as p that, upon which hey
kwere"Conviciiea 'uurin tne exciting
timesj. when EBLis:made' :his
first confession, .and the? outraged
public Semahdedbmebbdys blood,
lany banker, or; ,p:eacher; couldhave
been;hung oh E'L'Lifs' wbrd'just as
well as Neal and Craet. " We 'are
nrmly of the opinion- that' ElIis
alone is crime,.
martTtHE Kentucky Legislature JS1
iiig to. legislate .Jiiasiem .i capital
oiit'of "the State, 'by the passage ,of
a maximum tariff bill for .all ' .fail-roads
dn the State. - Strong
this class of
, J) 'fetter. i' Jll Jvi. '..JI
companies-to- tihe wall, and will
of constE'uction. lhe betcl'ass .of
encou?e;fetronfe; :coml)it joh atfd
' " "
- - - v wmi
this tariff bill pass, we understand
that" Huntington will ' change ids
Ohio fiver line to the OMo side.
IviasWicliusetts jsr ; the strongest
railroad state in. t'he Union to-day-
and is. not restricted in the least by
legislation. t, ;t 4
FREiaHTs by wagon from .
to Pittsburg,' in olden
of th Union', if ; they : liad. a'
. liEPRESENTATIVB OfU.T, ., is
right in opposing the sclioiric cj
tire session .untitPirexwin
V-"-- "J ug ct. iiuijb.
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uuuugu iu Keep tne opiier
,&ij'An -....- -
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aopjiL xime lor
.'go of ,,6,tf Q 4.tha
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-J acobites," aown at "the .Louisville
jamboree last week. ' 'The Jdancers
to the' Music of that fine l tu'rie
kicked'hign arid reveled in rriuSH'
JV-l '..-. i -, n i tl. I I
emereai:sKyci:aping pi npois out;
wii&n. .tneiy,, cnange.qi .to v i anne
DoQdle"j for '.of desert, the
tiretmotley n crew'1 put on
flew aloft for a few ;mo-
menfs to look 'down on diminutive"
remnant of , the Democratic .party,
which was s -numbered among the
things. thatr.were,fQr the time being..
Thefew misguided 'member
of the frail delusion, will feel very
badly over this when 'they get sober.
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There has been1 'some tall kicking
in Maysvjlle, among about one
hundred Democrats, and Republicans
who endorsed.a, "document of
honesty, probity, &c.,. for Capt. M.
C. Hutchins, who obtained1 their
signatures presumably to get a foreign
appointment. It appears
that Mr. Hutchins ' was trying to
capture the Maysville post-office by
a still hunt. Many of his endorsers
wrote r and "telegraphed withr
drawing their '.signatures, and are
indignant at the double-faced game
that ' was being practiced . upon-
tnem. . .
: John D: jWhite, " the
eoge'a'Md of the Kentucky Re
publicans', declared himself "a
staunch supporter of the.MoHENRY
movement until, Jacob was made
the hero of the occasion-, then he
pulled in his 'horns andjiwe'nt' entirely
back, onhis encouraging letter'
to'McHENRY. r ,
There has been no small-pox, in
Lexington . for three weeks.
t I s
.Flemingsburg- feels lonesome
.without it'siitTjle pet locomotive. .
' A colbra'd girl"'' from1 Cincinnati,
has introduced, small-pox m"
,, ...,(., -; -
Albritton '& Davis, tobacco men
at Paditcah, have failed 'for $90,-
Alason county, ,cwtjhas. ;died
just afjer. learning,
A Maysville' niafi'' has' 'already
contracted for 'seventeen carload of
lake ice. - i -" ,V'i u.
A terrier dog was- sold for $10, at'
'The Hopkinsville ice factory J will
furnish ice at one quarter' of a cent
per pound. . . :
Over 300 people are in: a .destitute
condition in the roiign lands
oi Aaair. county.' . 1 1. :V n
Dogs. killed, and -and wounded
thirty sheep for two' men' in' ,bn.e
night, in Shelby. county.-. . .:'.
it' , T
.V tf . ' v. '.
1 T TT
uia - as
thick as hops, alons the'lihef ex
tension pi . the KoC.., road.w ,
. . . '
. The Lexinjrton'citizens iha5 nub-
lie naeeting, have decided, against
a tax for public water-works.
. Coal . is selling '$ 7f enjeen,' . cents
per bushel, and button -at 'forty
centJs per pound, in Maysville.
' James . Collins shot,. aha .tilled
his ' A
Col. Frank Owens, Aid-de-camp
to the Governor, has paid the Mason
county Guards $2,207 for' their
services -at-Ashland.-- .t .
A man with a lighted candle,
attracted a flock of wild geese almost
within his grasp, in Scott
county a few nights ago.
- -Polk Johnsony-of r&ouis YinCon3
eaJt.Qd.a. golumn. .entitLedjggolkls
Talks;" anclow wanbfEeul
enantpvc:n6r.; J ;1 f T2
1 J V v iLOUi:searcning Dutoner
fotTJisftihgngllg jLrfS "&
ie liahtniet p $a h Jt rgun
augnj in MniMcyanlirW coat
been hfild. nvnr fov ,4ol
; .3V,f.x,l.l. .!...
pvmi; ;jutu) ur
ry. T" ' .. t
In'Slidlbv count v. "Mtr. VnSiwj
didn't find the chicken thiWBut'
3vhcn she let,: the hammer . k lfefJ (
16". y"..iu.jLuau ture ine IOT)oil
.iA'i.. ' ;. -
.HTSHVW TWM ..ura ( ,rs,jr
frfcdfrom has fall. , ai n
refuses to grant street railways' the
rieht of way over the streets of
-that city. M 5..
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L)-A barn" - filled
and gr&iny.'waluea.)xat w$3000) the
raper,tyi of Miss. Mary .Iafoil, was
E Mu'r,.ned eai't.SQUth kiEJfkhorn Fay:
aette;fiqun.tylast6eekvoT(.4 , ".,,.,
The "Ernet ; Guards"'; li the
name of ' trie' ; new7 military' '
riy, " compos'ed altogeth'er'bf the.
squs 'of 'Erinat Maysvillfe, with E.
W.- Fitzgerald-i for Captain. J
Theinternal revenue collections
for the seventh, district cjuring the
month of February, ., amounted to
$81,836.29, being n increase of
$21',817. 14 over tiie same month of
last year. T,. . .
Two.Paducah merchants held a
hatchet., and ..pistol social last
Thursday, ;and their audience
went ;outside to see a
man, . without demanding door
Judge Garrett, iormerly Judge of
Montgomery county, died suddenly
of apoplexy, last week. He was
aged seventy-three years, and had
held office for twenty-eight consecutive
": " '
. Wm, Fl.Qming of Flemingshurg,
camenear( taking, the head .off of
Theonus'SlcDonald, for being the
leader of a band Jbf irftee.n men in a
little whiskey : social on court
dtv. '"- '' -'' .
at. Augusta,- made- his escape
from his. guard while in a state of
delirium, and encouraged .many
by-standers torQee from the approach
of the unwelcome presence.
A grocery:store and post-office at
hurned powijied last , week. . The
goods were msured for 50Q. A
ii gh tning r,od wagon was , burned,
but the agent' 'managed to be saved
and will make his summer campaign
A Lincoln county man. was fined
$46ior beating his wife, and
'running his mother-in-law. out of
her house 'by force of guns." ' It,
iooks as tnougn tnis tnmg.. caiieci
lawj will keep on encroaching, so
that after a while' 'a man won't
have any rights at all. i . r
The .Grand,. Jury ,anf the: U, S.j
, Court at Louisville., was discharged
last week) after m?,klng a mum-in-,
vestigation into the crookedness of
several DeputyrMkrshals in
Kentucky-. From 'the way that
several-of themt resigned' and others
were forced out of ranks, it
looked as.; though; something was
, n' s-
Two "' women frpih Lexington,
went down into the southern portion-
of Harrisbn J county on'. the
Leesburg' pi ke; and sent a; colored
man with a ba'byto be left at a
certain white man's' house. The
man refused . the present', " and -the
negro had such fan-elephant on his
hands that he wept until &-
neigh.bpri.ng, iady .took- the
waif off his hands.
Hendricks loxley, tell clerk of
the Facihc freight depot at Sedalia,
Missouri, has been arrested for a
murder committeduat' Owingsviile,
tnis btate, seventeen years ago. He
says he did not commit the murder
but was with a -man - who did ' the
killing. ..He -has been in Missouri
eighteen months an-. the employ of
tn e iraiiroaas at ; (Jhamois, at wbich
place jbe,4vas. married nine months
ago. He has been in Sedalia about
six weeks. He has been tried
twice on the charge of murder, and
both times the jury failed to find a
verdict. He had twice broken iail.
wuue uv was arresteq in atn county;
and this is his second arrest after
I ' r
Miss ,Ma.ry . Anderson, of : , ;Mt.
Sterling is a guest of Miss Jennie
Miss Pauline Gooch, of the M. F.
C. is visiting Miss Ida Howard one
of her former school-mates.
Dr. R. D, Tilton, who lias, been
attending medical college at"" CinT
cinnati, returned home Thursday
night with his diploma.
;.Tbc spelliiig,matclL. breezo? lias
struck .Carlisle.. On )E4day,.niglxt
there was a spelling match, at tithe
Coifrt'Hoiise, where Jilis's Ida How ' -
ard carried off tKe prize, a book, pi
poems. . . "."""-
As' Capt,. enr,.;ffreenV;:.was
leaving our. depot1 Monday
alivel'y rate of s'peedVm. Simgf,
an aged gentleman attempted to
felVand bruised his head arid4 facef
considerably.; but we are toi
report, that nothing .serious resultH
.'I rilV W i'' T - "l 'l7lf'U
Our column of Jklillersburg correspo nd
pnee came justaf hFffd A gone to
We wilfMdmQtleft on-it
"hereafter, i.i . :.)hjA :'')wJlw rw;
urn i iiMiii:giTi..:.:injiijft')iiW m hfcii
i v -- ' v7 n - i - 1 1 i ,.j
h o u s e 1 e a h i n g
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throw away your
,.,- - - . . ''-
and call on
iiiLiisii tt nw
and they will tell
you of all the
merits of the
.- ? tis
willing to pit
stoves in America
for good cooking',
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THE HIGH-BRED TOTTHTG STAL
' ' -. LIOK, ' '7. '
Will make the 1882. at mv
ble, 2 miles west of tlhe
. V- ,. Addles Mills pike, at -
cU'rsr m tt ,.
sTtz&a. in msnrH a1 ij v B5
r T r ..7TT,;. -o
Money down'When mare foals 01 is
GOLDSlVnTH is. a 'rich:b"r'Qn, "15
hands, 3 inches high; weighs 1100 lbs.,
sound, and a Nq. 1 sire of 'road and harness
horses. His colts have good'size and
GOLDSMITH was sired by the re
nowned Hambletonian, his
dam by ImD. Trustee' (thorbugKbred.)
Mar.es from a distance Will' be kept 30
days oh grass free of charge, but, . no responsibility
for escapes or accidents.
ALSO" two of the best black Jacks .in
Kentucky will serve at $10, to insure as
A hen will be retained on all colts oi
it in -i t
o vurxauun wm u muu axuui uuu
lerms, umess iour or more mares are Drea
by one man. '
" ALEX. McCLINTOOK.
MiiiLEPBUBG, Kj.t March 7, '82.
a .ii '
OiSTR rVNfT.V ; S-
DAy,.MAPvCH'9TH, ' 1S82.
T'lirbiigh Special arrangeiilents the
I T W WI. xw .V A.A.I. ULU1.VJ O.J.L.'VJt. LLVjUA.flw
'Willa ppear, ii-? h'e.re in,Sydney;
new and romantic .drama,
- the -title
she i!3 assume
roleyas brea'ted by her' at the Oh est-nut
Street Theatre; Philadelphia,
and play .ed "with une success
an, entire. mew co'iiipanv oi'
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: Secure you r scats earl.y iQwen
saio at liroofc s7 drug store
- W 'KosXFElffif Ml Onager
I.5J.I Htl'liU ".'j fuQt li.'.fe ; J
7 V Ail.
. I desire tee 'privately, ray
house and lo'tarfd'blabksrnith slion
near MiWefsDU The'House has
several rooms, and is m cood tp.
;A ;;YLYETER PUNTER.
, ' IMPROVED
: ton flit
,JMade of Timber and
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v$:.'v - --'' -'
.,,,, ,:i Tennessee '.
OIYER' CHILLED, HILLSIDE,
'.... CULTIVATOR 'PLOWS.
1 - FOR SALE, 'BY
Millersburg, -- - - '-: - Kentucky.
J Also agent for Ball's Tomceo Screw.
CARLISLE, - - - ItY.
B Our .elegant new emporium shall at
all times he stocked-with a complete lint
of everything pertaining to' the Furniture
ane Undertaking line, embracing all
styles and prices. r
(Formerly Clinton Hotel. )
Covington, - . - Ky.
Mrs: SvF. DOBYNS -
Mrs. A: T; MITCHELL, "tresses.
(Formerly of 'Bourbon ColcMy, Ky.)
JB&Oldi Kentucky hospitality"
s . 'extended. ;i"
AND GROWER OF AND DEAEER IN
WHITE, ,.BURLEX TOBACCO
. ; '.SEED,
: '." FdtifiilTu, Ohio.
Qheoi? the most 'comfortable and
convenient- le.nnig Houses, in
the most- desirable location ; in Mil
lersburg; a never-failing well; large4
gardenr excellent stable, &c, on
very fea'sdHaoIe termsr' Inquire at
' ,JU t a
tae . uon. x.iiiv.
I Tk ; t
Is a compound of the virtues of
la. stillinma. . mandrake, vellow dock, with
M j h aniron, all powerful
taining elements. It is the purest, uafeat,
and moat: effectual alterative medicine
known or available to the public. . The sci
eucea oi meaicius ana cuemiBkrjr uao ui
produced bo valuable a remedy, nor one so
. potent to euro all diseases resulting from
impure blood. It curds Scrofula ami
all scrofulous diseases, Krysipclas,
Rose,, or St. Anthony's Fire, Pimples
aii& Face-grubs, Pustules, Blotches,
Boils, Tumors, Tetter, Humors,
Salt Khouxn, Scald-head, King-worm.
'Ulcers, Sores, Rheumatism, Mercurial
nesses and Irregularities, Jaundice,
MTections of the Livor, Dyspepsia,
Emaciation, and General Debility.
By iu4" searching and cleansing, ualitle.1
1 Wood and cause derangement
and decay fc stimulates and euuveiw
the vital function Promot63 energy and
strength, restores auL'VPpservos health, and
infuses new life and S03 throughout tho
ft'hole system. No suffel iTQ an3" a
ease which arises -from i.nPur.lt7 f th,e
blood need despair who wih SlT0 AYEli 3
SAitsAPARiLLA a fair trial.
'It is folly to experiment with the numerous
low-priced cheap maau,
and without medicinal virtues, a3
blood-purifiers, becoruea z&o
lirmjy .seated. Ayer's Sarsapariixa is a
inedrcirie of such concentrated curati?
:powcr, that it is by far the' best, cheapest -and
most . reliable blood-,purifier. known.
j, juj aiv;iaub ixiiuw us comnoaiuon, au rL
scribe it.' It hasbeen widely used for 'I
years,. 4apu nas won cou
ucuco oi muuons wnom it uas oenenwu.
Ppepared.by. ftr.)fJ. C AyeV & Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
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