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Dr. J. T. McMillan sold a Jersey cow
and calf, this morning, to Alex.
Misses E. & S. D. Mitchell will have
their Millinery opening Saturday April
2Jthi Ladies don't fail to attend.
There are at present nearly 300 cases
of under treatment" in
nati. There were 4L deaths from that
disease there last week.
The pistol that Jesse James carried has
not been shown on the second-hand market
of our city yet, but a new single-barrel
shot gun can be bought at this office for
"With 621 Barnes converts and the
brass band disbanded, the devil has
no further use for Paris, but has packed
his grip-sack and taken up his permanent
abode in Cynthiana.
The citizens of Paris are hereby notified
that the law in reference to stock
running at large will from this date be
strictly enforced. By the order of the
Vandals in Clark county, broke two
cross-cut saws and two plows, in draining
Wash Miller's fish-pond, seined the
fish all out and stoned an old negroe's
house to intimidate the occupants, near
The huge law sign of Brent & Lucas
blew down on the head of Ed. Mitchell,
a New York grocery drummer, on Wednesday,
and awakened him to the horrible
fact that signs are sometimes given
when not asked for. v
Kays from the sun, shining through a
lamp reflector in Mrs. S. J. Turney's window,
set fire to a box of dry goods notion
the other day. The reflector being convex,
has all the powers of concentrating
the rays the sameas a sun-glass.
Since we threw that little bomb shell
filled with two-edged truths into' the old
city council, we lost one subscriber and
gained seven in the city. Thus it seems
that the majority of our citizens are in
for fair play and square business.
Harrison, 'the boy evangelist, recently
said to a congregation in Cincinnati, that
his grand-mother was in hell. A few moments
later, he pointed to a young man
leaving the congregation, and remarked
"there goes a young man right straight to
hell." The young man turned his head
.and remarked, "yes, I'm going to see
A stuffed crow standing on one foot,
with a piece of white pape around it.
throat and a pair of spectacles on, stand?
in front of an old hen and rooster, the hen
holding a young chick to her breast. This
little tableau represents "The Christening,"
and is quite an attraction in a Cincinnati
show window on 4th street.
H. M. Koskberry has in his employ
one of the sturdy young Englishmen who
came to this country to learn farming.
The man deposited $120 with his employer,
who in turn wrill pay it back to
him at the rate of ten dollars per month,
for his services. This young man is
near twenty years of age, and is of intellectual
and cultivated appearance. He
entered into a written agreement to do
all kinds of farm work being exempted
only from menial services, such as boot-blacking
and house drudgery
In Criminal court this week, Wm.
Bradly, white, for obtaining goods under
false pretences, was sent up for one year;
the case of Mrs. Moreland, for complicity
in murder, was filed away with leave,
which is equivalent to dismissal; Jesse
and Prank Smith, for assault and battery,
fined $100; Dan Eoche and Henry
for selling liquor to minors, were
fined $60 each; Jim Batterton and Jake
Schwartz, for same, were acquitted; John
Lyle, for gambling, acquitted; the North
Middletown and O wings ville turnpike
company fined $50 for keeping the road
in bad condition.
Yesterday morning, Mrs. Jennie Cros-land,
niece of "Wm. Shaw, Sr., took her
four children and went over to Shaker-
town, to make their future home. Mr.
.Shaw followed them to the depot, and
protested against the girls being taken
away, claiming that as he was their guardian,
he had the right to take charge of
them. Whilst in waiting for the train,
some unpleasant personal remarks were
uttered by both parties, but Mrs. C. was
finally permitted to take her children.
In expressing sympathy for Mrs.
Tom Bashford made some remarks
which were not complimentary to Mr.
Shaw. Mr. S. and Mr. B. then exchanged
a volley of words, after which they exchanged
blow Mr. S. striking
Ir. B. on the cheek with his cane, and
Mr. B. giving Mr. S. a slap on the cheek
with his open hand, calling it even. Mr.
B., being much younger, larger and more
powerful, desisted from prosecuting the
war further, so hostilities ceased, and an
-armistice was declared.
Six Enormous Railroad Showfl,
Now United, Exhibiting
In Three Rings and
The Sells Brothers afe on the foadj
this season, with an exhibition which,
from its altogether unprecedented magnitude
and its startling departure from
the usages of canvass exhibitions, should,
and will prove a formidable rival to the
best of the monster entainmenta which
periodically visit us. Having effected u
consolidation of all the amusement enterprises,
they find the necessity Absolute to
to use six tents in order to satisfactorily
display theirmultiform attractions. These
tents are each of colossal construction
and number four more than haye ever
Deen used by kindred exhibitions. The
patronage of this great shofr has been
commensurate with its magnitude, and
the occasions are not infrequent when
the management are obliged to give three
exhibitions a day in order to hold the
The parade, which is spoken of as
beingf one of the finest ever put upon the
streets, will introduce the "Four Handsomest
Women in America," who have
been selected in response to liberal advertising
during the past winter, and who
will appear in the new tableau of
"Columbia and her Court of Beauty."
The consolidation of the six extensive
menageries under their control enables
the Sells Brothers to offer for inspection
a zoological collection which has no precedent
and which will include a number
of recent importations of animals and
new to America. Among these are an
Aurochs, from the forests of Lithuania,
an Abyssinian Vlacke Vark and Malacca
Babiroussa. A pair of Woolly Elephants,
from the Malay Archipelago, will excite
the attention of the curious, and are the
only ones ever brought from their native
land. The monster pair of Hippopotami,
exhibited through America by this management
last season, and which were
then believed to have attained their full
growth, have still further proportions and
are still growing. It is confidently
that the female will soon add to the
hippopotami population of America.
The circus department is exceptionally
attractive, and within it are assembled
the most celebrated performers of the
day. The undisputed champion bareback
equestrian, Charles Fish, rides both
ifternoon and evening, and the the noted
Andalusian celebrity, Signorita Adelaide
Oordona, an equestrienne who has no
eqnal, has been especially engaged from
her European managers for a limited
season of twenty-eight weeks. The show
will exhibit at Paris, Tuesday April 25th.
Wicked Old Boh.
Bob Ingersoll replied to Talmage, Sunday
in New York. He said amongmany
pungent sayings, " 'I've misquoted the
story of Jonah,' Talmage says. "When
somebody had been guilty of blasphemy
the winds rose ; they tried to get Jonah
ashore, but couldn't do it. The sea waxed
He was swallowed by a whale. The people
of Minerva wrapped all their cattle up
in sackcloth, and if anything would have
pleased God, I should think that would.
Jonah sat under a gourd, and God made
a worm out of some omnipotence He had
left over, and set it at work on the gourd.
Talmase don't think Jonah was in the
whale's belly he staid in his mouth. He
says he might have been in the whale's
stomach, and avoided the action of the
gnstric juice by walking up and down
Imagine Jonah sitting on a back tooth,
leaning against the upper jaw, longingly
looking through the open mouth for sign&
of land ! But that's Scripture, and
you've got to believe it or be damned."
There is no question but what Barnes
was whip-sawed in this lace.
We hope to hear a good report from
the great evangelist and his work at
Georg'etown,the "Belle of the Blue Grass."
Rev. J. R. Barbee was so edified with
Barnes' preaching that' he went over to
Georgetown Monday to remain during the
Barnes is credited with having said in a
sermon at Georgetown "that the devil has
captured Cynthiana," A casual observer
would have thought so had he have hap
pened along last week.
As a whole we guess it was a success.
He leaves many admiring friends in this
place who believe firmly in Barnes and
his teachings. Also scores of persons who
like him but have a very poor opinion of
There were about $220 collected to pay
the expenses of the revival which was
disposed of as follows: Board bill at the
Smith House, $50; hall rent, $70; incidental
expenses, $5; leaving $100, which was
turned over to tie Barnes temily . t
Study tiao pastil you would divine tho
Nothing oVdfdoraes passion more than
Few things ate impossible to' diligence
S'asb ribbons are tt foot wide, and are of
tho brightest colors.
T?he secret of felicity is a judicious interruption
The only really bitter tears are those
Which are shed in solitude.
Scotch cassimerea with gold and silver"
threads, are very fashionable for men.
. Broad, nowered ribbons with silk lace
borders, are fashionable, and very costly.
Men do not care so much for lying as
they do for being detected and told of
There is nothing so likely to produce
peace as to be well prepared to meet the
The first sure symptom of a mind of
health is rest of heart and pleasure felt
It took Longfellow one month to write
"The Golden Legend" and six months to
General Beauregard has been engaged
for some time on a book about the war,
and his MS. is now almost complete.
Light shaded watered silks with large
and brilliant flowers, are fashionable lor
evening dress occasions this season.
Maysville boys are borrowing money
from their.Cincinnati friends, during the
session of the Grand Jury this week.
"Where he leads, I will follow," will apply
to the young men again, since Mr.
Barnes has shaved off his side-whiskers.
He who is false to the present duty
breaks a thread in the loom, and will see
the effect when the weaving of a lifetime
Jesse James had a $500 coffin. Two"
preachers officiated at his funeral, and the
choir sang, "Oh, What a Friend We
Have in Jesus !"
Life is full of bitter lessons, the
simplest of which is that one man's fall
makes forty men laugh specially if it is
a dog fall, and not fair.
Major N. H. Hotchkiss, the old Santa
Claus of the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad,
passed through here the other day looking
for cars that were lost, strayed or
The marriage of a good-looking and
well-to-do Cincinnati lumber merchant
to one of our handsome and wealthy
bluegrass belles, is a near-in-the-future
Frank Armstrong received a note from
Miss Marie Barnes Wednesday, saying
"Georgetown is lovely, and everybody
in it. Thirty confessions and a crowded
Black bordered ribbon with a brown
and violet shaded center, of watered texture,
is now displayed as one of the new
and novel features in the shop windows
Deep red, blue, brown and yellow
straws in cheap Spring millinery, are
having a heavy run in Cincinnati, but
will not take in the country. They are
too utterly Dutchy.
Parasols with huge boquets of pionas
and roses :as large as saucers, perched
upon top, are now displayecbin tho windows
of all fashionable notion stores in
Cincinnati. They wear a very circussy
appearance, and are too utter for ordinary
The following is the early method of
counting: One, two, three, four, five, six,
seven, eight, nine, ten, oneteen, twoteen,
threeteen, forteen, fiveteen, sixteen, seventeen,
eighteen, nineteen, twoty,
etc., fourty, fivety, sixty, seventy, eighty,
The Trader, Turfman, Farmer
Alex. McClintock pronounces oyer one
fourth of the wheat crop ruined bv the-
..George Wilkes' colts took the lead in
the sale of Woodward & Brassfield at
Kidd's two-days' sale of 131 horses
last week aggregated $36,270, an average
of $276 per head.
See the card of Caliban, property of W.
S. Buckner. He is one of the finest
bred horses in the State.
Alex. McClintock -will hold a public
sale of Short-horn cattle at Missouri Valley
Junction on the 22d inst. Also, at
Iemaxs, on Mrty 5th
Boot Jack, Luke Blackburn and,
Will be pitted against each other for
tho cup at the spring meeting of the Louisville
Coli "W". W. Baldwin, of MaSdn county,
is mowing all of his fallen rye, and is feeding
it to his mules. He has also plowed
up his oats and has sown again,
Budd Doble and Hugh White, Of California,
have bought of Ed. Conley, of Cih
cinnati, the celebrated stallion Monroe
Chief, with a record of 1:18J.
At least one half of the wheat along
the Licking river flats between
Covington, has been rendered
worthless by the late freezes.
The first day of TVoodard & Bfassfietd'i
sale, 81 horses brought $32,460, an average
pf $400' per head. Maj H. 0, Mo
Dowell paid $3,000 for Virgie Wilkes.,
The second day's sale of horses of
of Woodard & Brassfield, 86 head were
sold for $20,575. The sales of both days
aggregated $53,025, for the 157 head.
The time for the races to begin-at Lexington
at 12 o'clock instead of 2, gives
great cause of complaint to the city people,
but is satisfactory to many from the
Albert Trotter, an old bachelor well-known
in Bourbon, Nicholas, Eobertson
and Bracken counties, is again making a
traveling season with a "Lexington"
stallion, in Mason and Lewis counties.
He pays no license and exchanges his
goods for board.
Jim Waller asserts that he is not
in that ring.
Some of the farmers are grazing
what wheat the frost didn't
A wedding in "high life" over
on the hill is one of the society
Charlie Miller and Jimmie Butler
are doing Iowa with a car load
W. H. H. Johnson has bought a
lot and store-room at Hooktown,
from H. C. Feeback, for $1,300.
f)r. Waller, of Lancaster, will
move into the Joe Will Miller residence
vacated by the News, in a
H. IC. Taylor was in this city a
few days since. He is the same
jovial fellow notwithstanding his
Pleasant street has been treated
to a layer of nicely broken rocks
an dthe gray haired man knows he
will not live to see them worn
The weather is not favorable for
big fish stories. How;ever some of
the boys managed to hook a few
shiners and swore they caught
Several dwellings glisten with i
new coats of paint, and the white
wash brush is worked busily.
Even Uncle Johnnie Padgett knows
that commencement is coming.
The Zetegathean society will
give an oyster supper this evening.
They desire toaugmentthe number
of books in their library, and consider
this a good way of doing it.
Mike Thornton desires all who
wi9h buggy painting and repairing
for the June races, had better
send" in their work immediately so
as to advoid the grand-rush of noxt
"The poet at large has returned
from his etherial sailing and
to the frigid, stern realties
oflife, to moodily sit upon that familiar
stool, and ponder at will,
the actions and words of an unrelenting
unforgiving, human public.
A gentleman who recently lost a
valuable (?) dog bv poison, said
that "the scoundrel who poisoned
Watch is 'a meaner mantnan old
Tom Crittenden, the murderer gov
ernor of Missouri." If his Exceilen
cy don't get that man's scalp he is
The Baptist protracted meeting I
Closed wiiin oniy one auuition.
Rev. Garret preached some good sermons
but the June hop was too seductive
for the young to forego.
The minister is of the belief that
this is a hard old place. Of course
he is mistaken as everyone knows.
The Bristow family entertained
a large audience at the Methodist
cnurch Wednesday nigns. air.
Bristow, Sr., preached an old tim
sermon, full of heaven, joldem
harps, pearly gates, jasper walls,
and departed loved dnea. Ki.
Bristow, Jr., and sister furnish!
the singing and very sweet it was
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vol. 1. FAEIS, BOTJBBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY! FRIDAY, APRIL, 21, 1882. no. 14;:
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Strayed or Stolen.
f torn the plaos of B, F. Wilsou, at
Plat Bock, Bourbon county, Ky., one
bay inafe, three years old this Spring.
Description as near as we can give : She
is a light bay one or both hind feet
white, and star in forhead, and a small
Koinan nose. Any Information or delivery
of the mare will be liberally paid for.
B. I. Wilson.
THE TflOTING SlfAlLION
Bt HYSBYK'S HAMBLiflOM AN.
First dam, .Eosedale, hy Savfe iiarry
Clay. - -. . ".:- .
Second dam, Orange Co Mare, by Prince
Third dam, Miranda, a running mare
Willie permitted to serve a limited
nnmher of marpfl tha ensninff rparoii.
ginning April 1st and ending September
1st, 1882, at
$50 To Insure a JJiving Colt.
The money due when . tho mare is
known to be in foal, or vrnibr THE owner
parts with her. At the time of service
a note will be required, which in event of
the mare not proving infoal will be returned.
Due care will be exercised to prevent
accidents or escapes, but no responsibility
will be assumed for aiiy that may occur.
Good stabling and pasturage provided
for mares from a distance, and at reasonable
He will be located at my farm, on the
Clay & Kiser turnpike, six miles from
Pans, Bourbon county, Ky., two. miles
from Kiser Station, Kentucky Central
For further particulars address
KELLER THOMAS, Paris, Ky.
Hemp Seed For Sale.
James M. Hntsell, of the Millersburg
precinct, has 100 bushels of pure Buford
hemp seed for.
Pure Helm and Buford Hemp Seed,
for sale, by T. 1. Brent.
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PAID UP CAPITAL, 163,709.
&&& QentffU.Manking 3umhm$,
19 $y9cli flUe&tfo t coUeetioM, &d
reatlttettCKjtromptiy vusd to all jwrti f
th XbdfeA State, OftBAd of Xuwj.
A. 0. fern, B. 2A2S,
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Ftopr. ( WJkCOSTWA J,.QONWAT CUriM.
Q yut from waroa&dipet GOOD
UnSKt 3TABUB ATTACHE. The
kil0t aiieatiaa girea amd jpwU rawto
Ctood 8ple Room. A teb iiiled
with all the delicacies of the season.
JAS. A. McCANN,
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Granite and Marble.
Third St., Maysville,. Kentucky.
Grand Opera. Building,
' CINCINNATI, - OHIO.
GEO. W. DAYIS,
Window Shades, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Mattresses, &c,
Special Attention Given to
Undertaking and Repairing.
Main Street, Paris, Ky.
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(GREEN CHEATHAM, Poor's.)
One Square from Baftroad Iepet All
Baggage trwwferrei te and fre, frc of
XJTOT&T WPABM ATTACHBDf
f;AMittsrsburg, - - - - Ksmtuchy.
TretatWM QlTe dmr, brttor ft
1 oanw, lorjsaie ai arpoK uimk wx, 1
Medicine & Surgery
Office adjoiidng Deposit Bank, 0
, Sere&'tiis.. Htfct Br, BowBiif
Grsii and Maysville Masonic life 'Cost
testa . -:.- ,.
arr AJhUaMflbnctaaaatti ttk
Atto&ney: at Law,
Will practice in the courts of Nicholas
and adjoining counties. Special and
prompt attention given to collections;
Bisa. JahbPueneli Jho. R. Pmm
Tame and rooms second to no eonnfey
hotel in the State.
JTiarse and wen fttrnisfrGi
Sample Booms for CfommerciS!
Good Livery Stable attached. Refer
to all who have patronised the hons&
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KY. CENTRAL R. &
Shortest and (i&ttiekesfr
Tickets to aft fiV
Special Rates to B23$&&STT.
For further particular, apply to
Fbajtc Cass. Park. Ky.
O. L. BROWN, Gbn'l ?AwirHH Aaai.,
Tiriie Table in Eg 3km March im.
L've Lexinjjtoa..7:38 ft. w. and 2:15 p. xa,
L've Maysville... 5:4S &. r. and 12:30 p. m.
Leave Paris 8:29 a. m. and 3:05 p. m,.
L've Cynthiana 8:55 ft. and 3:40 p. m,
L've Falmoath 10:60 a. w. and 4:46 p. m,
Arr Cincinnati 11:45 a. a. and 6:30 p. m.
Leave Loxiagtom 4:K p. m. Arrive -at
Maysville at 8:15 p. at.
Free Parlor Car leava Lexington at 2:15
p. m. and Cincinnati at 2 p. m.
PHASES T. THROOP,
CARLISLE, - - KY,
Office over B. F. Adair's grocery.
I hereby forwarn all persons, that nay
farm is poated, and all trespassers cither
hunting or fishing on my premises will
be prosecuted to the exUat of tho law.
My friends will pleas not ask tho privilege
of violating my positive resolution.
COLLIER & SHARP,
JAMES X. COLLIER,
Broadway, - -- Milleisftuig,
Jfl also liaye a Bfr mill at Licking
Station, on the K, 0. railroad, ajd$ can
fill all orders fox outlimiberw lowest mar
fc$i Prices. I wHX move tne mill ip any
locality trkere sni&cient nui&lrer oi logs
for 4 yard can be estbEaheaU
A tail stock of Lumb& kept constancy
on hand at this point.
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Made of Tennessee Timber and.
Tennessee Iron I
Best Wagon on Wheels f
OLIVER CHILLED, HILLSIDE,
CULTIVATOR PLOWS. .;
OB SALE, BY
JAMES M. RORY,
Also BjftntlSfc BPs TbTftctb
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