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BToi in this county.
.- Mumps have made their appenrtinco Jn
he Lexington ice "factory .ill!..hegin
ite'ezing nexf VeeKi " " ",.....;., 0-
v Greens,. by the -wagon lpads, are now.
flooding our jnarkets. -
k rfE lying season has commenced; ' Kf or
uit is said that fish.are biting. U . f.
' .nce'; Dick Hinton -fell do.w,n, 911 a
- chair and' broke a rib on. last.
: vday. . , -y. . ,v " . ...
:McObaV, pur auction man, has gone to
Xillersburg, to run his business- aifew
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"Suje Monday's" war spur can beseen
...attfhis offigfe It is a; daisyj aghs.
The Willard Hotel, 'of Louisville', has
beehsbldandso have ail who bought
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'4lSP lfeDilitiea of Estil sPears will
reach from $8,000 to $10,00 and his
, sets are about $2,500. , . -
Botiiotti hos gone to -the lalies to
. make arrangements for furnishing ice to'
the Parisians next summer.
The name of Guiteau is hardly -men-
tione'd now of days. When the hanging
,is over, he'll sooii be forgotten, J
1 Velveteen has once more become a
fashionable material. The best quality I
is certainly beautifully made, and yet' the
price is low. ' '
Geo. R. Martin, of Carlisle,,, has. jus
finished making a survey of a tract. of
over 1,500 acres of land belonging to J. E.
Clay, of this precinct.
'Piitti offered to sing in Petersburg, Va.,
-for $8,000. The citizen's pledged $400 and
a" ton -of peanuts, but the gulf was too
wide. They let her go.
"When a man philosophizes enough to
know how to spend less money than ..he
makes, he then ' checks his ftlaud S.
strides for the poor house.
The new freight engines "now on the
-main line "of -the ICC., are much larger
and heavier than the celebrated "Mo-
.gulj'.'.on the jtfaysville branch. "' . T
' To be, or not to be thai is the question.
"Whether it is nobler in th'o nirnds
of men to take 'drink, .or eat'
crawfish and go a huckleberry hunting ?
"Lawyer Jones." '
Tnos. Reeves, aged about 19, (sent to
the penitentiary from Bourbon twol
years ago for forging a check- on Citizen's
.Bank,) was arrested in Lexington Tues-
day, having stolen cattle jinhis posses-
.. . sion. -...,-- , - " .
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Assignees Sale Of Bry Goods.
J. Estin Spears' entire stock of Dry
Goods and Notions will be offered for a
. f Cffi.days only at .cost for the -Cash.
.v - .. J. T.' McMillan.
u. -a Assignee of J. Estin .Spears
'Int Common Pleas Court- AVednesday,
thekuitbf "John S.' Vimont, of Millers-'burg,
vs'Earrar & Co., was decided iii
defendants Mis3 Bransford claiming
the stock of goods under the firm
name. " ,
Our passenger dep6t has been treated
to a beautiful new red and yellow safe
a regular Oscar Wilde affair. It isalmost
. .as pretty as the new scarlet cabeose on
the K. C. line, or the 'pink stable' in Lex-
John G. Smedley, of Millersburg, who
is one of the tastiest dry goods men in the
State, passed through the city yesterday
en route for the Eastern markets for his
Spring stock. He will be joined by his
old friend, J. L. Wagoner, of Frankfort,
at Cleveland, and will, make their 38th.
trip' East together.
Geo. CLrNE,who was arrested for an alleged
attempt of violence, on the person'
of Miss Martha "Vaughn, ' of Nicholas
county, has been released on a bail bond
of $500. We understand that overtures
have bfcen partially made by the prosecution,
to compromise the case by the payment
of $75. If this be true, Cline
-ought to bedischarged.
' . :
. Tuesday night, the North-bound
freight ran over and killed an unknown
man near Muir's Station. ' He was an
Irishman, and formerly a-laborer on the
Big Sandy road, and was en route for
Butler's Station his wife having preceded
him on a passenger train J He was
said to have been very drunk, an. possibly
fell, over and went to sleep on the
track. t Persons who, visited :-the scence.
Syere sickened at the sight. The entrails
ofthe unfortunate man; lay.in a heap .under
the bridge, a .considerable distance
from the body, and his scalp, . face and,
moustache were hanuing near by on a
"PRAISE THE- LORD !"
RtoVt'Oeo O Baunes in PaviSt
The Eev George 0.,3arlies, tkd.eat
Kentucky reyivalisty and "FaitH CJlire"
advocate, arrived in this city kst feVefalng
in compauy with his family, and took
rooms at the Bourbon House. Accord
ing to an announcement by telegraph, he
preached at the Christian . Church, and
nyL)viiuaianmng nis appoinxment ciasnea
with that of the celebrated little
actress, Miss Julia Hunt, in the
fascinating role of "Florinel," he drew, a
crowded house. Of the two gpeat attrac
tions, the News? caught on to "Florinel"
as a last chance, promising to iollqw up.
the distinguished Reverend gentleman
will take copious notes ot nis entire reper
toire arid all of the little side issues from
time to time, of which the insatiable public
shall have a full "benefit. .
The Rev. Mr. Barnes is six feet and
half an inch tall, an hawk-like blue eye
set well back in the socket, a Roman
nose, long flowing Captain Jenks side-
whiskers,'and a splendid suit, of Buffalo
Bill hair. He is a very magnetic and fluent
conversationalist, and "Praises: the
Lord'' in social conversation. Except
that he wears the appearance of being
-fen years -older, and slightly taller, he is
almost the picture of CaptR. S. Cheeves,
the temperance lecturer.
B. A. Korris, dry-goods merchant of
Versailles, afesfgiied with liabilities at
$9,000, and-assets $10,500:
Prank Lynn, a schodl boy,, dropped
dead near 'Aberdeen from bleeding at
the nose, a day or two agoN.
A religious revival of filteen days duration,
in the Baptist church at Perryville,
resulted -last-week ' in one hundred and
sixty conversions. . -
The troupe of Mclntyre & lleath's
Minstrels, did a fair business Wednesdav
night,., anl the entertainment was pronounced.
t. k- '
O. tr. Wiggins, it is reported, will soon'
lead to the , altar the daughter of. a prominent
and wealthy family of Bourbon
county. Covington Commonwealth .
Capt.'R. S. Cheeves made us a call yesterday,
while en route to Flemingsburg
to lecture. He was pointed out by a re
porter of the True Kentuckian, as the
Rev. Geo. O. Barnes, who was expected
oh that train. v.
Joln Boulden, of Millersburg, was
orderlv sergeant pro-tem, in a company in
which '"Sue Munday" (Jerome Clark)
fought his first battle. He used a Colts
revolver, which didn't carry up half way
to the enemy's skirmish. line..
vFack Hookas in Mhysville, with a family
of seven trotters among them Leon-tine
and Cyclone. The Bulletin says
there will be sixty horses there within
the next two weeks; among them the
stable of Allen Bashford, of Paris.
Old citizens.. of Montgomery county,
claim that the far-famed bluegrass of
Kentucky, first' sprung from some English
grass, near Grassy Lick, in that
county. It sprung up promiscuously
where the wild animals tramped down
to cane, coming to the Lick.
A Sharpsburg Sharper.
James McCue, who hails from Bath
County, seems to be in rather bad luck
f ecently. A few months since he visited
Cincinnati, and purchased several bills of
goods from various merchants. A few
days ago he wrote his creditors that he
was going West, and packed his goods
for that puspose. Last Tuesday, while
en route to Covington, he was arrested
at Falmouth and placed in jail on the
charge of trying to leave the State for the
purpose of defrauding his creditors. He
was subsequently released at the request
1 Qf the plaintiff, Mr. Means, a traveling
s;desinan for Owens & Barkley, of Mays-ville
Et- When Mr. Cue arrived in
Covin, gton he tried to make an assignment
to? . Vanden, as his goods on the road
were con. signed to him, but by some means
the deed of assignment was not lodg
ed for recox"d. The goods arrived, and'
were attach ed by Deputy Sheriff Greer
D. Cox on ri several suits. Mr. Vanden
claimed the gc"ods as they were consigned
to him, but he ,was too late.
Another attachment suit was filed yesterday
against McCue, th'C plaintiffs being
Owens & Barkley, of Mays'viHe, and their
claim $562. 50. Thiisthei'hird attach
ment suit against Mr. McCue, the other
two having been, filed by . HoJdridge &
Co., and. Isaac Hermann, of Cincinnati.
The aggregate of the thrae claims is ,$1,350
and a little interest and costs. The Sheriff
attached a lob of Shoes, &c, at t.he
Kentucky Central Depot yesterday consigned
to F.. M. Yanden. Bentons &
Fisks, attorneys. Coy. Cor. Enquirer.
Violate Ur'e tho flower,, of the passing,
moment , .. .. a .
A good platte
at Sbakertowiti :
B. W. Rose has arrived in
from Dallas, Texs.
Jersey jackets will be wotri again, this
Spring, by young girls. ;
Panier effects are taking a decided
place among spring styles.
Dr. Richart, who died in Sharpsburg,
had a $7,0Q0 policy on his life.
The crab and the spider are favorite
creatures in millinery prnanients.
All sorts of sleeves are. in vogue, but
the coat sleeve remain? the favorite.
Street Commissioner of Mt. Stirling. I
Dark straw millinery goods will be
more worn this Spring' than light ones.
The bluebirds are admohishing the
small boys to save, up their circus money.
J). TOwens and family, of Cane Ridge
havE mpv.e,d to Eldorado Springs, Missouri.
Shoulder. be worn only
by slender, well-formed, and graceful women.
Little silver cats and kittens take
the place of pigs and elephants on
The first spring straw hats and bonnets
will bettrhnmed with feathers and ribbons,
Themanvvho invented chewing gum.
ought to be shot, hung, and transported
across the seas. '
He that does good for good's sake, seeks
neither praise nor reward, though sure of
both at last.
Dr. Louin Duraa, a long1 haired, fine
looking Indian doctor, lias bb'n medicating
Paris girls kiss the sweet 'good-be on
the depot platform, just like they da at
Millersburg and Carlisle.
Polk Forscyth has been c:illed ,to a
new field, of labor, at Millersburg in, the
auction business. "Praise the Lord."
xz requires more.. nerve ior a youngj
man to walk arouud without a cent in his.
pocket, than it does to. .charge a battery.
Trimmed skirts are-great-favorites with
the majbrity of ladies A convenient
style, and one that isgenerally becoming.
This detestable bowed back walking of
most Kentucky girls might be remedied
by putting on their corsets 'hind part before.
Judge "iSlfvjor, of Kentuck", asserts that
Gen. Santa Anna, the Mexican Dictator,
was th7e illegitimate son of N at Sanders,
of this State.
Miss Efiie Wadell, of JIillersburg, went
visiting to Ma yalick, and was fortunate
enough to get a school at $75 per month,
and at once we nt to teaching. '
The Wall brothers, of Cyntliihna, are
conducting quite p thriving little business
in the wholesale tobacco and cigar business.
Dick is the stage horse of the
Alex Butler has ungated as a dry goods
clerk with Hughes & Smedley, of Millersburg,
and it is generally believed' that he
will succeed Mr. Hughesr Jn the partner-'
Nothing adds so much to the grace of a
ladyj as a pretty walk. 'J?he essentials in
this poetry of motion i s to throw the
toes out, shoulders back, and chin slightly
Bind raw cotton to you tr corns and wet
them three times a day for three days
with turpentine, and if t hey are not cur
ed in that time, call at t he Kewb office
and call us a liar.
Walter Raleigh, a Democratic voter of
forty years' standing, from the coM Republican
city of Lansing, Michigan,, Avas
in this city Wednesday, itn the interest o
the whip and lash house of (jiark &
We dreamed the other night, that we
were dead, and knocked for admission
into the pearly gates, and in answer to
"whose there,?" we answered "an ex-Bourbon."
Old Peter replied, "Oh, go
on aw-ay old Craddock, you can't beat
Mr. J. B. Hale, irom Boston, Mass., was
the guest of his sister, Mrs,. S. F. Tarrant,
of the Lexington Female College; while
en route for Alabama to settle up his
father's estate. He made Ids sister some
handsome presents, and 'gave her- much'
encouragement in her laudable enterprise.
Henry Ward fainted in Chicago
the other night, in the mdst of his
lecture entitled "The value of Luxury
and-Beauty." If Henry would now turn
his attention practically to a lecture entitled,
Fresh air in crowded Churches and
Lecture Halls, he would not only
himself, but would add to the 'health.
of many dying slowly 'by the inhalation
of poisonous gasses. t.
I Jee Nestt il ttyc bak id tils farm
wv wmQjguwfcm s, ?ew oaysj
e Womenjjbging with rag ohbica in
their arma, is1 the newest dodge out
feal brown and sapphire blue are shad-&
that Blend very beautifully in the daytime.
Tim Clancy, who" died near: Carlisle,
.tftts buried in the Catholic cemetry, here th
"Wednesday. , a,
Sun flowers are Mealthj' anjjjiow,. and
planted in the front and hack yards
.keeps, away infection.
. If a young man has no dollars of own,:
$je next best venture h to lilurry a . girlr
who has some to gpnrei
Mr. Halfhill lives In Bburhon county,
Mr Wholeacre in Whitley county, and
in Robertson countv.
The Trader-, Tarfuian, -Farmer,
Hemp is being delivered here at from
$5 to $5 75 per cent.
The Cynthiaim Kiiir Grounds' stables
are beiug immensely improved. :
A grain elevator, capacity. 200,000 bushels,
is to be built-at Xxir.gfon. .
Mr. Miller, of Steoystown, Pa., is in
the county again after more grade cattle.
Hardin county farmers arc going to
raise large quantities ofvsorghum for stock
The fruit trees-in Bourbon are holding
out a big invitation for ice and snow in
Trimble & English, of Mt. Sterling, sold
a Fancy pair of mules to go . trf -Missouri,
Plowing-is .progressing finely throughout
the country,, aud tobacco bods are being
sown. . i
'The man with the best' stallion in the
Stare, can be found in every haunt and
The Mt. Sterling Sentinel tells of a
countv ewe raising eleven lombs at
Wjbeat.in the western! portion of Warren
county is too forward for. this season,
as somcrOl it is jointing,,. li ,
The 'prospect is fair for wheat to head
out in the latter days of March, should
the weather keep warm.
, . r rh : '
shares of Flat Rock & Paris
turnpike stock, at $50 each, have been-
sold at 3 do per share. ,
Elmdre Stoker has a 'covv1 which has
giyen birth' to and raised four good calves f:..
within .the twelve'montha. '
Eld Taylor Sharrard has returned home
from Vanceburg, where lie has just closed
meeting with additions.
.John'W. Wood,: o Pqwersville, lost
three horses valued at &100 , each, from
eating hemlock .plank used in making
troughs and mangers.
G. W. McCormick, of Montgomery
countv, 'traded'a drove of horses for 1
750 acres of land in North Georgia, and
will raise his own cotton and tar.
Dick Remington, the champion fisher
of Cynthiana, has thrown in his line and
made the discovery that bass are on the
move, and also reports cat fishing perfectly
splendid below his towi.
John R. Swiney proposed to the committee
on improving the Bourbon Fair
1 Grounds, to donate with four other
m m a a. "I
friendP Eiuu eacn towa.ra making a regular
race track not an "Agricultural
Beef cattle are very scarce and-are high
in price throughout the bluegrass region,
owing to Eastern and Western traders
havipg bought most all of the nice grade
heifers. Our butchers complain that
the v. can make nothing at the present
high prices. ,
Baptizing fiif'een persons in five min
utes is the fastest time on record. It has.
been reached by a Ioa preacher.
The new Methodist church at Richmond
is to be lighted from the ceiling,
and the seats will be- elegant . opera
Rev.- E. Polk,' of Louis wille, Ky will
preach at the Baptist churcn next Sunday
'It is desired that all .tfie members
especially be present. The public are
Notice To Debtors and Creditors.
All persons indebted to J. E. rtin Spears,
fnnet. nnv fhft wnrlAsimifid im.mediatelv. , .
uu FJ '' .0
And all persons having claims tgamst J.
Estin Spears are requsted to present
them, moved- according to law to the
undersigned for payment, or leave them j
witn W. H. aiciYiinan Atry at uivr.
, J. T. McMillan.
Afjsigiee of J. Estir4 Bpears.
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CHAKTERED 1 '
JfAXV Ur VATlTAlji OYUU.
Conducka Gtihefal Banking Ifa&facti.
ISpecud attention, to .collections, and. .
remittance promptly made to all parts of
United States, Cafaada or Europe
g. sum, Pv. tars, j
Cashier. Yrcziilstnt. I
WH.H. JOHNSON, f D.D.CONWAY
One square from railroad dfcpot GO)D
WnSBX SEA&fcE AACfiEJD. .The
kindest attention given and guest a madt
Good Sample Hooms. A table felted
with all the delicacies of the seiisotu
COLLIEE & SHAEP,
JAMES M. COLLIER,
Broadway, - - - Millersburg.
6jTl also have a saw mill at Lick&nj?
Station, on the K. O. railroad, and caj)
011 all orders for cut lumber at lowest iuaiv
ket prices. I will move the mill to any
locality where a sufficient number of logs
lor a yard can be established.
A fuii stock of Lumber kept
on hand at this point.
BBAgjfcrJ. ' jfc Mt fr rffcK. Jy jT 4t?w1
IS" Keeps a lull lino of Coffins and
Caskets, Ladies' and Gents' Robes.
Fnrnitnre nestly "Sapcdrod. 3$
GEORGE F SMITH,
BIERBOWER, SCHUMAN & SMITH,
Buggies, Sulkies, '
Spring Wagons, &c.
SSF All material used, firstrclass none
but the beat mechanics employed, consequently
my work gives entire satisfaction.
Repairing a Specialty.
J6ST Repository now filled with NEW
WORK all Soring styles. Office in the
Ci'tv building, in rear of the Court house,
JAS. A. McCANN,
Granite and Marble.
Third St., Maysville, Kentucky.
Grand Opera Building,
GEO. W. DAYIS,
Window Shades j Carpets, .pil
Clotns, Mattresses, &c,
Special Attention Given -to
Undertaking and Repairing.
Main Street, Paris, Ky.
(GREEN CHEATHAM, Psop'it.)
One Square from Railroad Depot All
'Baggage transferred to and fro, . free of
IilVEBY STABLE ATTACHED
IiUKVSldLX & RTTIU5KON.
ill prri"liMii)ilt liw rvttMt'Mx in tjtd
I.tt ,AU .ntllx jiiiujly at-
-' C 4,'T 3E. 3.j
Medicine. & Sttrfiroi.
Oflice adjoining Dooyit Bank,
RJJrcsetits flartford J lHe, Bowling
.Grean and MaysVilleMasonic Life Coin
tanles . - .Tr '
XnaiahS' AT l,
r , ('iii ljissle, Ty
,: Will firtctV hi th'tv. 'oiutaf Xic'wjfS
aiitf, anjiilninv fc' tui anu
proihiRnUeiitiou givvn to eoiimioii?.
KENTLTGKT. WESLETAN MUM,
M1LLERSDUR0, B6URB0N CO., KY.
A lite school, with a thorough curriculum, and ill
W Facultr. A or SulFreshmjRj
Cl,' io each Department fjunded oH
h gh ir.ncip!t, uo cap.onaje, no complicated sjstet
of rules ami ptualUes, sound Christian culture and
true manhood lelnj our ouly aim. Tuition 120 pfr
yexr; matriculation, $20; board, $3 to $4 prwftJc.
S0Tind: yoir addrrti, U tlj Frhlat Ut i CataJne"t$
Mks. Jaxk Puknell, I Jxo. R. Purnrv.1
PropriutrcHs. " Clerk.
31 Al 1ST STREET,
Table and rooms eecond to no country
hotel in the State.
fiSTLnrge and well furnished
Sample Itooniy for Commercial
Gocxi Livery Stable , attached. Kefe.r
to all who have patronized the house.
. to- '
' Tiekit to nil p''iU
'.Special. J5xte.fi v As! W RAXTS .
?Fr nrtws and vrr;iu or up-
- . . !i,;iU.v..b::ril ly.
C. K;:Trffi Ticket
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BLUE GRASS ROUTE.
Tivie Table in Effect Since March Ydth.
L'ye Lexington..!: ,"Q a, in. und 2:15 p.m
L've May.sville...5:45 iu in. and 12:30 p. m.
Leave Paris &20 a.'m. aiid 8:05 p.
L've Cvnthiaim 8:55 a. in. anU 3:40 p. in.
L've Falmouth 10:00 a..m, uptl 4:40 p. m.
Arr Cincinnati 11:45 a. n$. anl 0:30 p. ni.
Leave Lexington 4:35 p. m. Arrive at
Maysville at 8:15 p. m.
Free Parlor Car leave Lexington at 2:15
p. in. and Cincinnati at 2 pi m.
M. Matting. . John f. Opp.
MATTING & 0PP,
No.41 West Fourth St., CINCINATI, G,
PHARES T. THROOP,
CARLISLE, - - KY.
Office over B. F. Adair's grocery.
B2ERSSSXTS NQKE BUT
hoico m;p ahieb
Hiat always do exactly what they prom-
is. First-class business solicited, and
no other kind wanted. Bead your
- Policies so you may know what
you can .expect, and don't
waft until after a flre
to do it.
JTJTA HPCENIX, FRANKLIN, HOIE
AND LIYERPOOLAND LON-
. DON AH GLOBE.
JfiTThe largest: wnpany in the world.
. AjUtfliDSN; Solicitor.