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Corn cuttiug will next be in order.
TnE Lexington trotting races , begin
0- yesterday the sun crossed. the equi
noctial line. .
pKis schools have a daily attendance
r.t 579 scholars.
SevKttAiiiiew bridges being built on
llie 3J. & L. line-"
The ground is too dry and hard to
plow iu Bourbon
Tiiere will be a foot race at fhe Mays
ville Fair -Friday.
TniUvB prisoners broke jail at Williams-town
Sunday night. . , . ,
The FalmoutH faii held over Saturday,
owing to the pressurevof business.
The extra train this week,to the Mays-ville
Fair, just suits to a dot.
T.nxes of City, County, and State, are
now badly wanted by the officers.
Three more convicts have escaped from
tho K. C. extension near Winchester.
Big crowd in Georgetown yesterday,
and lots of "whiskey and stock on the
McClure & Ingels have opened out in
a new departure. See their "adv." in
Bud Alexander will erect a saloon
mid restaurant on his lot in rear
Polk FonsYTn sold last week, twenty
shares of Agricultural bank stock, for
$133 per share.
Ip you want a boy's suit that cannot be
"hpnfpn in sl.vle. texture or price, call at
McClure & Ingels.'
Mike Norris died at his residence opposite
the Fair Grounds, 6n the Clinton-
ville pike, Sunday.
M iss Eliza McClintock, of this city,
has a fig tree which bore several hundred
ripe figs this season.
Wanted A sprightly boy to learn the
printing trade. None but a first-class
boy meaning business, need apply.
The grass has commenced to burn by
locomotive sparks along tho line of the
Jy. C, in spite ot it's green appearance,
The fourth Kentucky Infantry, Cols.
Fry, Oroxton and Kellej', will have a reunion
in Lexington, on the tenth of October.
'Phe K. C. line is doing an immense
passenger traffic, and their trains on the
main line average from six to eight cars
Business is beginning to boom in Paris.
Our merchants have lots of goods for sale,
and they are telling the people so through
McClure & Ingels are closing out an
immense stock of boots and shoes of
every description, to make room for their
mammoth stock of clothing.
The honey-tongued book agent is now
doing our city and county with a doctor
book. Turn loose the bull dogs and
sharpen the butcher knives.
The corn shuck is said to be unusually
heavy and thick, indicative of a regular
che""old winter. Pile up your wood and
lay in your whiskey in accordance.
The Kentucky Advertiser, an advertis
ing sheet gotten out by Messrs. Polk,
Montfort, Browne and others, of Lexington,
made it's appearance yesterday.
Our old depot-is being rapidly torn
dow;n and moved a.way, he water-tame
will be next be. moved t,o the junction,
and then our misery wfll be complete.
Buford wanted to send us a challenge
by a lady Sundaj'. We dare him to send
it. We'll fight him "if he is a cnnsuan,
who said "damn it," and won a dollar.
The sheriff of Fayette county, -with
warrants sworn out by Commonwealth's
Attorney Bronston, waltzed the faro
dealers of Lexington to jail last Thurs
The Maysville people will boom out
this morning with a brass band, two cyclones
and a tornado in a grand procession,
as a preludatory
open their fair.
Lots of "Old Virginia" darkies from
the K. C. extension, taking holiday on
our streets Sunday. Though very black
and rough looking, they are a very polite
and orderly lot of hands. -
An order slate for calls of the Bourbon
House omnibus will be always kept at the
telegraph office. The 'bus will call at all
portions of the city when ordered. The
'bus will be free only to the guests of the
PAULS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1882.
The Capital Hotel in Frankfort sold for
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Newport has only fifteen small-pox"
Hamilton county Onio democrats hold
their convention to-day.
"Blackburn spoke at Georgetown yesterday,
and Owens didn't. He is still
All the pretty girls and handsome
widows are hereby forewarned, that
Gen'l Buford will attend the Maysville
hops this week.
Nine street cars are not enough for
Lexington, and four more have been
If Lexington can use thirteen,
1 Parisought to" "keep" two busy,
The wife of Noah Porter, col'd, while
attempting to cross the railroad bridge
near Lair's Station yesterday morning,
was run over and both legs cut off by a
construction, train.. She lived but a
short time after the accident.
Profs. Amende, Shapleigh, and olhers.
gave a musical soiree at the Episcopal
church last Friday night, in the trial of
the new organ. The organ is an elegant
one, and has all the power and sweetness
of the big organ in the Cincinnati Music
. , ,, ... "-
Opposition is the live of trade, saith
the old proverb. In the clothing department,
McClure & Ingels will offer as
lively a competition as any firm heretofore
in this market. Their goods -are all
bran splinter new, and as bright as new
E. V. Zollars, President of the Ken
tucky Classical and Business College at
North Middletown, assigned last week, to
W. II. Kerr. Liabilities, and assetts unknown.
We understand that a stock
is being arranged and that the school will
be rnn We same as ever.
To:m Bashford has a watermelon raised
by John Bealert, on the Smith Kenney
farm, which weighs 54 pounds. A diamond
that size placed in his window,
wouldn't daze the sight of a country
more. It will be raffled off at 25
cents a chance, with sixteen chances.
Parts is now enjoying a big business
boom. Our merchants are flush with
Lnew .goods, and the fajjners are flush
with money. J. L. Taylor" & Co., .
Newhoff, and McClure & Ingels, all have
rousing stocks of goods, and want to sell
them as indicated by their advertisements
in this issue.
Bayles & Iviox have a refrigerator
which they had built to order, which is
of a new and improved plan, and is 8 x G
in bight and depth. It is large enough
to hold a whole beef, two dozen turkey's,
and a hundred cans of oysters. It's
mechanism is complete, and it's plan
originated in the brain of Newt. Eion. It
was built in Cincinnati, at a cost of $150.
Sunday afternoon, John Jones, a big
yellow man who used to turn Craddock's
press, got on a big drunk and raised Cain
by assaulting two of George Johnson's
and two of Jim Earleywine's little girls,
for pure deviltry, while they were riding
out. Jim Earleywine fired two shots at
him with no effect, and Johnson arrested
him. On a charge of assault, he was
held over in the sum of $100 yesterday.
One of the most disgusting sights that
has ever been seen on the streets of Paris,
was that of a Lexington bicyclist dressed
in tights, and walking down street from
church with a lady. Every man he passed
felt like mailing him to death with a
stufled club. There were seven of those
disgusting adventurers in our city at one
time Sunday afternoon. They ought to
be legislated against, as long as they dress
A Rare Relic.
We acknowledge receipt per registered
package by mail, from our old friend
Charlie Herbst, Librarian of Macon, aa.,
a piece of the rudder stem of the U. S.
war steamer "Kearsage," which sunk the
Confederate cruiser "Alabama" off the
coast of France, June 19th '64. Capt.
Semmes in a letter to Mr. Herbst, in behalf
of the Historical Society of Georgia,
wrote since the war : "The piece of oak I
send you, is from the stem of the
If the percussion cap had per
formed it's duty, I should have been called
on to save Capt. Winslow's crew from
drowning. The enemy were very proud
of this shell. It was the only trophy
they ever got of the "Alabama." The
shell with a portion of the wood cut out,
is now on exhibition in a glass case in
In the battle, the two ships were nearly
equally matched, save that the
was made an iron-clad by being
wrapped around with immense iron cable
chains. She carried 7 guns and 162
(men, and the "Alabama" 8 guns and 149
- This is a dull paper.
Oh, if it would only rain!
Four Weddings here in'Oetober.
Ike Alexander now clerks witii
John Sparks, from Missouri, is now in
this count v.
J, W, Ferguson is recovering after a
severe spell of illness.
And now they are talking about a telephone
under the ocean.
The British have in Egypt 33,000 men,
not including the navy.
Misa Lizzie Shipp will clerk for Miss
Mollie Tully, in the future.
The Aribi Bey hat and other articles of
dresS wiltbe the rage now. ;
It is hard to choose between a sacred
personal duty and loss of life.
A man in Kansas has an acre of onions
for which he has refused $400.
Dr. Jno. Ray has been seriously ill
again, but is reported better now.
llev. C. W. Miller, of Lexington, will
probably live but a few days-longer.
Though we cannot control the wind we
can adjust our sails so as to profit by it.
In prayer it is better to have a heart
without words, than words without a
It is said that sporting men of Lexington
will support Judge Owsley for Governor.
Frank Clay is now behind the counter
with McClure & Ingels, in their new departure.
Peacock feathers are emblems of vanity.
They serve to point a moral and
adorn a tale.
Grant Berry, of Kansas city, married
Miss Alice Quinsenberry, of Winchester,
The mother of general Frank Wool-ford,
in her ninetieth year, is reported
The most stylish dress is the one that
all the ladies turn up their noses at in .a
Mrs. Eliza Batts, col'd, took the premium
in the ladies equestrienne ringat the
col'd fair last Friday.
Hon. John G. Carlisle is the only member
who will be returned to Congress
North Midletowji people are all broksu
up in sorrow, and are very
about the Zollars assignment.
We should do nothing for revenge, but
everything for security ; nothing for the
past ; everything for the present and fu
A. A. Breckenridee and wife, returned
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to their home, near Plattsburg, Mo., last
week, after a protracted visit to old friends
Another of Gen. Washington's old
live just died at Danville.
She was colored, 120 years of age, named
About the most graceful thing Owens
could do now would be to draw off.
Better that than a defeat by over 7,000 in
in the district.
John Stuart, of Winchester, a brother
of Tom, the representative, has been appointed
assistant of the
The proposition to open up a new
street to our depot will be made in the
Council to-night. A good step it ought
to be pushed through.
Maysville has a coin that is 2,300 years
old, but Craddock can beat that. He has
one that Adam carried as a pocket piece
in the Garden of Eden.
During a military parade in a New
Vnrlr town, last week, a vouiiff man
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the ranks tried to bow to three girls at
once, and broke his neck.
Ar Chicago man has been arrested for
assaulting his father-in-law with a club.
It.is supposed that he got in his work
while his mother-in-law was out.
The best receipt for going through life
happily is to feel that everybody, no matter
how rich or how poor, needs all the
kindness he can get from others.
"Knshville. has a female shoemaker
named Peggy.' May the Lord bless her
sweet little sole, and make her double-upper
kit and come to Kentucky.
The richest man in Mexico is an Irishman
named Patricio Milmo, who owns a
400,006 acre farm, and is worth $10,000,000.
He smokes a stone pipe, and says "be
A lady's toast to men : "God bless 'em.
We halve their joys, double their sorrows,
treble their expenses, quadruple their
cares, excite their affections, control their
property and them in
A Chicago girl has lost her lover because
she insisted on carrying her poodle
dog. The young "man said he could
stand the size of her feet, and the working
of her jaws on a hunk of taffy, but
the fleas were too much for him.
:maKsss3m!m V'iiu'ii 1 1 uuwmv
Buford asked a friend at the -Lexington
races if it was any harm to bet on a certainty,
and when told that it .was not,
put up his dollar and won one from his
friend Geo. B. Kinkead, on the field
A lovely Frankfort girl who has been
spending a month or so at seaside resorts
remarked the other day that she wanted
nothing better thau to be back home,
sitting in a wrapper on the back porch
with her face buried in a water-melon.
A colored couple got married in Louisville
last week, by jumping the broomstick,
An old shriveled hag stood by in
the capacity of voudoo, and said Mnon
c6mpus mentus lignum vita Eplu.ribus
Unum rip sockity bomb," in order that
the spell of good luck would' forever
in "Flirtation" with
$12,000 worth of diamonds. Her cos
tume was rich and rare beyond concep
tion, and she was as pretty as an angel.
The lady U of Southern nativity having
been born at Natchez, Miss., and is
with the best families in the State.
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The Trader, Turfman, Farmor
Ballard .sickened the Bourbon boys at
300 bushels of seed rye for sale.
4t. - Sidney Clay.
Harrv Wilkes won the 2: 40 race at the i
Louisville Fair in three straight heats.
Tobacco sticks are selling at from $3. 50
to $G. 00 per thousand, in this market.
Tbe celebrated Kentucky horse,
from Pa., will trot at Maysville Wednesday.
Pryor's Bob Lee herd toolc seven prem
iumsall that were oflered, at the Fal-I
W. H. Inskeep, of Fayette, sold his
farm "Castleton," of 560 acres Saturday,
to J. M. Foster, Madison, for $65,000.
Robert Cochran, of Madison county,
has. a hundred-acre field of corn that will
average one hundred bushels to the acre.
W. W. Baldwin has purchased of Charles
Howell, of this county, fifty, two-year
and estimates that the cord wood saved
from the tops will net him $290 more.
At the the pacing race at the colored
fair Fridav. there were three entries.
The race was won by John Wright, a
white man. Lum Ferguson and Jeff Elgin's
horses were the other entries.
Ten hogsheads of Mason county
the nronertv of Best & Bro., which
took the second premium at Cincinnati,
sold at from $28. 25 to $30. 00 per cwt.
Five hogsheads belonging to a German-
town man sold at from $27. 58 to $31. 75
Three bluegrass cleaning machines are
now in operation in Paris, turning out
daily about 1,600 bushels of clean seed.
R. B. Hutchcraft made a shipment of
2,000 bushels West last Friday, at $1.20
A stock company composed of J. W.
Lell, S. P. Gross, J. E. Keller and others
of Lexington bought, Woodland, a portion
of the Henry Clay estate, for $40,000,
last week. They will cut it up in building
lots and sell it out.
Foxhall, Bookmaker, Romeo and Wal-
m lensiein win cumeuu iui mo uu;iiuiivu
October 10th, at Newmarket, England.
Iroquois, Nereid, Sachem, Aranza, Fox-
hall, Don Fulano, Bookmaker, and
will compete for the Cambridge-shire
A circular issued by the Planter's
Warehouse, Cincinnati, says that a report
is credited that a hand of new tobacco
from the bluegrass region has been analyzed
by a chemist in the city, and Paris
Green enough was found on it to on
twenty men. It adds, that a verification
of the report would forever blast the prospects
of the growers in this region, and a
promiscuous use of it should be stopped
before dangerous results follow.
At the Maysville Fair tomorrow, London,
Leontine, Deck Wright, Lumps,
Post Bov, Fannie Eobinson, and Jewett,
will trot for a $500 purse, in the 2: 20
class. On Thursday, Dabney, Dixie G.,
Fannie May, Puritana, Wick, and Yazoo,
will contend for $300 in the class that
i,mm nD,ror frnttpfl better than 2: 50. On
Friday, Zulu, Stranger, Tucker, Judge
Hawes, and Catchfly, will trot for $500
class that have never beaten 2: 26. For
two-year-olds, purse $100, Alpha, Stone
wall, Spartan, Whipple, strain Diaine,
Lady Penn, and Bertie Blinn. Saturday,
purse $400, Bonnie Wilkes, Bailey, Nannie
Talbott, Stranger, and Jim Hill.
COMMERCIAL (OR BUSINESS). COLLEGE
of IKatMoelcy University,
HTLBrm S. SM1T1 FrM't. UCXIN GTtf . ST.
Kttriy 5.000 neetmtal tpMm rfttertrrt COkf,
tbe ltsdia Edonfen oL Jftwriet, aJUrt the
laperiortlT of iu Car of 8dy and TraJaUc u War
ThcroMi, mctfcti ua uopisw, fcmorwias wwmi:
BuiBM AritbMtla. Ccmseretri Lftv, Mmttle
ft. Toil ni!s. Cona &okXl3 awttif . Tetal tuU
taclB&az Tuition, BmIu, SWOTm? m Bow 6
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cthir Collwo of to UiiTantty FreflMWi for 1
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B, F. WALTER
A set of TJSETH for $10. Gold
filling for $1, All work guaranteed.
J. E. KEEFE
BAKER and CONFECTIONER,
AND DEALER IK
Choice Brands of Cigars and Tobacco
French and American Candies.
ipre Cincinnati Lager Beer on Draught,
Main Street, Paris, Kentucky.
JAS. A. McCANN,
Granite an Marble.
Third St., Maysrille, Kentky.
'Kimmy' Kimbiiougii, Jas. S. Huet.
.JOMBJROUGH & HUFF, Prop's.
old mules, to be delivered December 1st, Large and Commodious Sample Rooms
at $106 28 per head. on first floor for commercial men.
.. transferred to and from the depot
"ftP x i cro.Pf Bath countvs jiage; d
year is estimated at one muhon dollars.
The wheat crop was valued at $300,000.
Maj. Thos. Shelby, of Fayette, sold
knotty walnut logs for $1,000,
Grand Opera Build'g,
GEO. W. DAYIS,
Window Shades, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Mattresses, &c.,
Special Attention Giren to
Undertaking and Repairing.
Main Street, Parti y Ky.
PHABES T. THROOP,
CARLISLE, - - KY.
Office over B. F. Adair's grocery.
CAELISLE, - - -
Calls particular attention of the farmers
and horsemen, to the fact that he
is now prepared to put up,
FINE HARNESS and SADDLES
a specialty. Will sell at lower figures
than heretofore for CASH. Special attention
paid to repairs.
I keep constantly on hand a large stock
of whips, collars, trace-chains, and everything
pertaining to tho trade.
WS.H. JOHNSON, t
Prop'r. "j W.B. CONWAY
Qneftafre iroa railroad depot. GOOD
HVBfcY STABLE ATTACHED. Jh
ndnt attenfioti given and guests madt
Good Sainple Booms. A table filled
'with all the delicacies ot the season.
prompt attention given to coUeciionf
Hit. Jasts rnxxxxj Jno. R. Pusirttfrt
Table and rooms geCMi44o no ftdiarfif
hotel in dentate. ' ''
jIiarce and well twmffiM
Sample Booms for Commerall
Good Livery Stable Mtaefieg
to all who have pafxomzed th
EI. CENTML R. 8.
Ktpments Hartford Fire-, BoJlif . '
GW tnd Maysville Masonic life- Ooji
Attorney at Law,
"Will practice in the courts of ETichollf
utd adioinine counties. Special Hi
Shortest and Quickest
Tickets to all points
aroBTH, bast Am wEgg
Spcial Bates to BMIGRAKTS.
For further particulars, apply to
Frakk Cabk. Paris. JCy.
C. L. BROWN, Gen'l Passenger Aa,
Time Table in Effect since May14, 'IB.
L'vu Covington... S:00amand 2:45 pa
Arr. Pans ll:2o a m and b:uo pxr
L've Lexington.. 7:30 a.m and 5:00 pa
Arr. Paris 8:25 a m and 5:55 pa
L've Maysville.... 5:45 a m and 12:3Q,pj
Arr. Paris 8:25 a m and 3:00 pa,
L've Paris for
Maysvillo 6:30 a m and 5:50 p a
8" Richmond Express runs daily.
LAMAR H0USL .'
(GREEN CHEATHAM, Pkop7b.)
One Square from Railroad
Baggage transferred to and fro, free i
lilVERY STABLE ATTACHED
COLLIER & SHARP,
JAMES M. COLLIER
Broadwcy, - - - Miliersfcuigr
11 also have eaw mill at Liddrnf"
Station, on the K. C. railroad, an;d am
fill all ordeTstorcntlumbcrtlowestxnifr
ket prices. I win move the mill to any
locality where a sufMant nnmljar of lop
for a yard can be established.
A foil stock ctf Lumber kept conjfanttj
on hand at this point
T. v. HALL,
formerly of Cincincnati.
MILLERSBURG, - - - KY.
Designs, Drawings and Specifica
tions including Costs on all Architecture
and Machinery, furnish d accurately and
W. A HILL,
Importer and dealer in
ITALIAN MARBLE, SCOTCH,
AND NATIVE GRANITE
MONUMENTS, TOMBS,, '
&C, &C, &C.