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THE BOURBON NEWS.
PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.
BRUCE CHAMP, Editor
Bourbon News Publishing Co.
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Entered at the Post-office at Paris,
ICy., as second class mail matter.
It now remains for Aribi Bey to
be banished and enter the lecture
The Arab who invented alcohol
died nine hundred years ago, but
his spirit still lives:
There are 100 saloons in Tope
tA with ; there are in Leaven
worth 117 saloons, likewise open ;
at Atchison theie are seventy saloons,
and it is postively asserted
that the Kansas liquor law is a
dead letter m Witchita, Lawrence
and Dodge City.
directly from an "official' pouree.
The fact appears to be that iur.
Tilden's condition is a matter oi
-rave concern to his intimate
friends. Though his mind is yet
clear, he has scarcely any control
of his nerves, and "has resignedly
laid down his life-work and put
'himself in waiting for death."
We have but one objection to
Gov. Blackburn's official career :
He clings to that superstitious
relic of barbarism of appointing
Friday as hangman's day. The
same sun shines down and makes
each day alike. Days are all made of
the same elements, and none but
, the unthinking can attribute any
evil powTer to one day above another.
The acts of a foolish people
only make the days differ in good
Jack Allen returned home from
an extended trip through Missouri
and Kansas, Saturday.
Polk Forsyth sold at public sale
Saturday, the Bryan farm of 156
acres, Jying at Porter's Station, to
M. L. Wade, of Clark county, at
$oo. 50 per acre.
Misses Minnie Vimont, Kena
Piper, Lizzie Miller, Sissy Miller,
Mattie Butler, Katie McClelland,
'Delia McClintock, are all taking
in the Mavsville fair this week.
Alex McClintock will ship this
week, one car load of Short-horns
to South America, one car of Jerseys
to Nebraska, and one to Iowa.
He has contracts for 150 head more
to be delivered later. ,
Dr. Nesbitt, of Louisville, paid
John Purneli a professional call
Saturday. Owing to our three correspondents
at Millersbunr not
having dropped us a line during
the.. last month, we were unable to
get bis opinion in the case, or any
other news except on the catch-fly
Mrs. Leer and Sammie James sold
their farms near Headquarters, to
the Arthur brothers, of Mason
count', last week. Mrs. Leer gets
per acre for 120 acres, and
Sam James $70 for 130 acres. Both
parties desire to locate on the pike
somewhere in the bluegrass
Eld. Geo. Sweene', cthe smartest
of the Sweeneys'1 who was advertised
to preach Sunday, failed to
come to time, as is his usual custom,
and his brother Will took advantage
of the occasion and practically
demonstrated that he was the
smartest of the family, in a powerful-
sermon from the peculiar words
"How to become a Christian."
Jack Turley, a farmer, and widower,
aged 85, fell dead from his
porch, at his residence near Hook-town,
last Friday. It was late in
the afternoon when a colored woman
found him, and it is supposed
that he died immediately after
dinner, as he had not been seen
since that time. The railing of the
balustrade was broken, over which
he had fallen.
Five hundred handsome silver-gilt
tickets have been put out, inviting
attendance to the silver
wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Alex.
McClintock, on Oct. 4th. A large
tent from Chicago has been secured,
and the largest and most elegant
affair ever given in this county,
isexpected to take place. Stock
tracers and friends from several
states in the Union, will be in attendance.
AEOUND THE CIRCLE.
Abou t$60,000 stock in the watch
factory has been taken m Lexington.
Gov. Blackburn has appointed
Fridav. October 13, for William
Austin to hang at .Lancaster.
Lusk, the prohibition candidate
for appellate clerk in this State,
received four thousand votes.
Georgetown College has 150 stu
dents, a larger attendance than has
been present at trie opening ior
The Lexington telegraph operators
have formed a union and connected
themselves with the Louisville
Honkinsville coal-dealers have
each put up 3100 forfeit, to be lost
ka,- Kansas, and they are not inter- by the one who first violates the
compact, to sell for cash only.
The postmaster-general has ordered
the postoffices at Olympian
Springs, Bath county, and Sudduth,
Olark county, to be discontinued.
The Kentucky Central was fined
5ve dollars and costs at Lexington,
iadt week, ior iailing to keep
Tnh report oi" Air. Tilden'rf se ; vmtuJiiuou at the
riuus ilinesd wuf pi omptiy denied.. Mf Jloi.an ail(i Mr. McCartj
xlie deiuai, however, did not come , ,iUil.rele(i about throwing atones ai
II.. m .i:i ,,.A l.;
ti COW. -Hi. luuraii uisuiiiiiuu. iii-
shotgun towards Mr. McCarty,
ujust to scare him." The court
now in session at Georgetown decided
that fie seared him $2UU
Arabi Bey has surrendered with
his army, and the war in Egypt i:?
practically over. A fight of twenty
minutes and a grand charge by the
British, did the work the other
' Op the several hundred ex-Confederates
in Barren county, not one
has been found but what will vote
for Gen'l Woolford, the ex-Federal,
d I atcii
made To Order,
OTIS W. MB,
SCHOOL FOR BOYS
and YOUNG MEN.
The next session of the
school of W. B. Loch-hart
Monday , September 11th
1882, in the building formerly
occupied by Miss
Maria Tipton. This is
one of the best locations
in Paris, quiet and retired,
good play ground
attached. Terms made
known on application.
"77"ooc3L For SJstl.
1 have 300 cords of wood which I will
sell and deliver in Paris or anywhere in
it's suburbs, on liberal terms.
I also run two wagons and two carts,
and solicit hauling. Builing stone and
paving rock furnished in any quantity.
Fine Bourbon Farm
I wish to sell privately my farm of 250
acres, lying one mile south-east of North
Middletown, Bourbon county, on the
turnpike leading to Mt. Sterling.
The farm is in a high state of cultivation ,
well timbered, well watered and well
fenced nearly all of the outer line being
The improvements are first-class, and
are comparatively new. The dwelling is
a two-story brick, with ten rooms. All of
the out-buildings are good and convenient.
The barn has a capacity of housing ten
acres of tobacco.
The place is located convenient to good
schools and churches, and is in as fine
neighborhood as there is in the bluegrass
For further information, address, or call
on me at the premises.
I mean business.
E. W. Owen.
Also, my father wishes to sell 110 acres
of fine unimproved land lying near my
farm. It has plenty of timber, and is in
a high state of cultivation, and all is in
grass but a small portion.
E. W. O.
OF 105 ACRES
The undersigned will offer at private
-ale, the following property: Thirty-seven
acres of finely improved land lying
in the junction ol the Maysville and Cyn
thiana turnpikes, one quarier of a mile
north of Millersburg. The residence is a
urge and nearly new two-story brick,
with two-story ell, and is one of the
most substantial and magnificent residences
in the State. The out-buildings are all
that a first-class residence requires. The
land is in a high state of cultivation, and
is bounded by puWic high-ways on three
Also, another tract a portion of the
original farm, containing G8 acres of same
class of land, will be offered on liberal
The tracts will be sold separate or to
gether, as suits the buyers.
Rachel A. Miller,
Jno. A. Miller, Jr.
m Ior Sals.
I offer at private sale one of the best
farms in Nicholas County, situated on
the waters of Hmkston o miles from Carlisle,
4 miles from Millersburg, and containing
23 S acres of finely improved
land, 140 acres is in grass, balance
under a good state of cultivation, and
very producfive. The out-side fence is
mostly built of stone. Has never failing
water in abundance, ior both man ana
beast, 100 beaiing apple trees, besides
small fruits of all kinds. The House is
brick, has 8 rooms, besides kitchen, cellar
and storerooms, and is a model of
honest workmanship. Good barn, cribs,
graneries, ice-house, &c. The location is
high, sightly and healthy, and altogether
is a very desirable home and farm. For
further particulars address at Millers
T. C. Colliver.
I. L. Yearsley, of the Millersburg precinct,
wants to rent from 30 to 50 acres of
tobacco land, and 25 acres for corn. He
efers to anyone in kis precinct. tf
louss and Lot For Sale
A two-story frame honse containing
five rooms, and a pantry, good well of
water, garden and out-buildings, good
the house a desirable residence
for persons who have children to
educate. Situation on Main Street. Apply
by letter or in person, to Mrs.
M. Orr, Millersburg, Ky., or Harry
S. Orr, Georgetown, Ky.
MLLIGIN fc PERM
There are other good cooking
stoves and we keep them constantly
in stock, but if there are two stoves
in existence which lay just claims
of superiority in many respects over
all others, they are the
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Hot-Blast Charter !
We have not space here to point
out their many merits, but call at
our emporium, and we will take
great pleasure in so doing, whether
you wish to buy a stove of any
kind or not.
MILLIMfl & PERRY.
The attention of the citizens of Bourbon
and surrounding counties is respectfully
called to my spring stock of
, Paper ani Carpets,
which were never prettier, cheaper, and
more abundant in stock.
To see them is to love them to love
them is to buy them.
JOHN T. BTJNTON,
nrnrwlc anrl nrvirotzirtC!
n a I ilUj
Call the attention of the Ladies
of Bourbon and Nicholas to their
I new and elegant Stock oi Fall
and Winter Goods. G reat Bai gains
in Dress Goods, Fancy (roods,
House-keeping Goods, Unde, wear,
&c. One hundred remnant:: Irish
Linens, at 50c. per yard wort 75c.
Our Cloaks, Jackets, &c, are unsurpassed
in elegance and beautt '.
Peale & Chappell,
Sept. 11th 1882. Carlisle, Ly.
I have 10,000 feet of nice
ber for sale, on reasonable .
V. S. BccKy R
Mrs. S. J. Turney respectfully dorms
the public, that she has Miss
Sophia Hutchison in the Mil inery
business, and is now at her old si xnd on
Main st., Paris, where she will ilwavs
keep a full line of everything in the
For full particulars, call on or write to Millinery and Notion lino. A
undersigned, at Millersburg, Ky. cialty will be made of Ladies' white
Mrs. Jas. Short, Jr., an experienced
lady in the business, will preside er the
millinery department, and wil. leave
nothing undone in gratifying the : iste of
the most fastidious,
The Most Successful iltmedy
ever discovered as it is certain in its
fects and does not blister; A lso e: jellent
for human flesh. HEAD PKOOF B LO Y
col. l. t. fost: at.
Youngstowx, Ohio, May 10th 1S80.
B. J. Kendall & Co., Gents; had a
very valuable Hainbletonian colt hich 1
prized very highly; he had a larg bone
spavin on one ioint and a small ae on
the other, which made him very me ; I
liad him under the charge ofttvo v
surgeons who failed to cure iin. I
was one day reading the advertise lentof
Kendalls's Spavin Cure in the hicago
Express, I determined at once to try it,
and got our druggists here to send for it;
rhey ordered three bottles, 1 toe them
all and thought I would it a
thorough trial, and used accoruint to directions
and the fourth day the c t ceased
to be lame, and the luinps hac. disappeared.
I used but one bott! ,d the
colts limbs are as free from lumps- md as
smooth as any horse in the state He is
entirely cured. The cure was ?
that I let two of my neighboi . have
the remaining two bottles who a 3 now
using it. Yerv Kespectfullv.
L. T. ros JER.
Kendall's Spavin Care.
ON HTJMAK" FLESH.
Patten's Mills, N. Y., Feb. 21si 1S78.
B. J. Kendall & Co., Gents : he particular
case on which I used you Kendall's
Spavin Cure was a malignai t ankle
sprain of sixteen months standing. I had
tried many things but in vain. Your
spavin cure put the foot to the ground
again, and for the first time since mrt in
a natural position, For a family II aiment
it excels anything we ever used.
1EV. M. l:iELL,
Pastor of M. E. Church, Patten't Mills,
Send for illustrated circular giv ag positive
proof. Price $1. All 1) uggists
have it or can get it for you. Dr. B. J.
Kendall & Co., Proprietors,
D. S. Johnston & Co.'s
Undoubtedly ther finest and best selling
organs ever yt produced. "Will se. I cheap
for cash or on monthly payment' . Call
and see them at our store" room "Will
place them on two weeks' trial if you
FOSTER & SANDI RS,
Successors to A. Senders.
NOW IS THE GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY
WF'5 EJET" a
Let every Careful and Economical
Buyer Improve it !
& Our NEW FALL STOCK is now open for inspection. It is
LARGEPv, MORE SUPERIOR IN MAKE - UP, and BETTER in
STYLE than ever before, and ottered at PRICES WHICH CAN NOT
BE OTHERWISE THAN SATISFACTORY TO ALL I We extend
a hearty and cordial invitation to all to come where the best material,
the best styles, the best fits, and THE LOWEST PRICES are to be
found at all times; where your wants will be carefully considered,
your patronage appreciated, and where you are always sure to find
JUST WHAT YOU WANT.
Thanking the public for the generous support we have experienced
at their hands in the past,
Ye are Very Truly Yours;
J. L. TAYLOR & CO.
WB &.'WB. M
' W "Hi "lr"Sr"! "BT!" TV ''-i JST
Hi J3aAf W W LJ J7 -EL-
CORDIALLY INVITES THE PUBLIC to inspect his largo and
varied assortment of
just received, and which he will sel, for THE XEXT 30 DAYS at
astonishingly low figures, in order to make room, as his store is overcrowded.
The counters and shelves arc covered and filled with the
newest Novelties in Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets, Plushes, Shawls, Suits,
Cloths, Flannels, Domestics, Linens, and notions of all descriptions.
His Fall assortment is unusually large and attractive and prices without
parallel. His display of 'dress goods, comprising Silk Embroideries and
hand Braided patterns, is complete and will he sold at prices which will
astonish the most economical. Purchasers will do well to call early
and avail themselves of the bargains now being offered.
HEW AND KOBE
Have just received the largest and
best selected stock of
yir 5 m
T 9 4TV1
JL UUMl 9 XjI
ever brought to Paris. Every stitch
of our goods are New, Bright5
Stylish5 and Cheap I