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Billy Shaw has tumbled flour again.'
The figures are $3 and 3. 20 now to tne
TnE passenger earnings of the K. O.
i 4i, ,vtii nf fip.ntember this
" vear, will be nearly $15,000 in excess
li. of September of last year. 1
freight receipts, notwithstanding the
wochnnt filmm the line and it's connec
tions, will hold their own for September
with September oi iust
A nvntONK of TOOd luck has
Snnire Jim Stone between the eyes
THERisaiiotliQr'tigec!? jQOEe in, Lex-i is
iJouBBhiftfl'rnlfitodon, a comet, the
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Gus Jones, a painter "by trade,
Lexington, by the morphine route.
jgD Poynteb, of Maysyille, was one of
the lost oh the burned steamer, B. E.
we found nine cockroaches in our
this morning, and the devil upset
the paste pot on our desk, We are happy,
religious and calm.
Two tkamps a printer and a tinner,
from Pensacola, Elorida, where the yellow
fever is raging to a terrible extent, called
in the News office Tuesday, it " tuius.
out that they have left us a sample case of
yellow feer, we are as certain as fate to
mail a little of it to several hundred delinquent
subscribers if they do not dance
squarely to the music and pay up before
it breaks out on us. We already have a
seal-brown taste in- our mouth and a
pumpkin-colored imagination in our delirious
head too vivid to talk about.
A cannon went off in the pants pocket
of constable Jim Taylor, Tuesday night in
tx unfATi'o mio.f.ion room, and came
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'i.i Tjnlio nvwcTrth nnri
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Ficklen in the left lobe of the coat-tan
and took a South-east direction and fractured
the monkey wrench and gas meter
in the Southern cavity of his hip-pocket
and furnished sweet music to Forsyth on
it's onward course to our new depot.
Through persuasion of two supernumerary
auctioners imported specially for the
occasion, order was at finally restored,
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PABIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1882.
In company with Cspt. Hutfi'Henry,
wQ.visited'$ scene of the, great
skeleton,., on Jos. tch'gpm..
The cut from-which it was. excayatedis
on and runs throagba strata
of 'blue soapstone rock and stiff clay,
above which is a strata of tough yellow
clay and black soil. Indications go to
show the place to have been a "blue
r low." so oft frequented by animals of old,
and that this huge animal got stuck in
the mud some ten or fifteen thousand'
years ago and died in a standing position;
and that it's gigantic frame becam&tran
" -- e oi i., v.;vinrir 1ori onrl onaftprofl hv nt.hfir animals.' We
civtpen brood mares and horses to . ateppea rao uipuuiw hc uu v
tana, last week, by Dick Rule.
was currently reported yesterday
that John Hughe died with th small-
pox near jaPuuu"
It will pay any one to get up at 4
o'clock and see the beautiful comet. It
brilliant, and has a stubbed tail
iust like Barnes' bull dog.
As there have been two mastodon
skeletons found on the K. 0. extension,
it would be appropriate to call it the Big
Bone of Extension Eoute.
The New Orleans Minstrels, one of the
finest troupes in the Union arebillled for
.nr Ooera House, Thursday Oct, 12th.
No extra charge for securing seats in advance,
at Brooks' drug store.
Emmet G. Logan has resigned the
management of the Courier Journal, and
will take charge of theyCincinnati Even-
in" News Gov. Jno. u. uuuBiuuun
Dan O'Sullivan succeeds
Logan on the C. J.
Will Thomas, of North Middleton precinct,
has a sample of his tobacco of this
,.a' at Tom Brent's warehouse,
which is said by good judges to be the
in Kentucky. He has
finest ever seen
been offered $35 per hundred for his crop,
of ten acres.
TnE New Orleans Minstrels who perfumed
at Durley Hall on Monday
had one of the best bands which
have" ee visited our city Seveml f
fine soloists on tbeir
Dave Conway, a po .
-,. crntrnvnl ITPJII'S WHS Clei'k L
ATilloHhurcr. has enLTggea
SUll jiuuci) j.iiiw -OJ
fiKttlCLUll UIV JL1UYY U wc own, mmw
the distance sixty-six feet Slightly
above the remains of the skeleton, and
composed of woughT
iron and immense wrought nails, and a
peculiar wood (as light s a feather) were
found, as also were a piece, of a huge
trace chain and an iron wedge indica
. ii ni rv
rt T O TCnahford. ot tnis Jt
1 would be pleased to have all of niB
old friends call
mnnh n hft has been commissioned by
Judge Turnev to open up a matrimonial
factory out at Plat Rock. His first pair
of wandering pilgrims will toe the trouble
1- .. i.r v.: r..mnrrmv. in the persons
ting that in all probability some gigantic
pre-historic race was riding the animal
when it struck this hole of tough mud
where it stuck.
Over fifty years ago, the skeleton of a
monster mastodon was dug up from the
mouth of a cave in the rear yard of the
property where Prof. Sanders' school is
now located. Another was unearthe'd by
the K. C. extension hands near Winchester
about two months ago; while
others have been found at the Blue Licks,
and Big Bone Licks, Boone county, and
one in Bracken county, and various
places where there are sulphur wells in
the State showing that the mastodon
in the prehistoric
was a common animal
The Wiggins-Alexander Kuptials .
The marriage of 0. J. Wiggins, to Miss
Laura Alexander, took place yesterday,
at the First Presbyterian Church, in a
very quiet and unostentatious manner.
The ceremony, by the Kev. McMillan,
was beautifully impressive, yet of great
length. The church was tastefully decorated
in floral display. Sweet strains of
music fell softly on the air of the solemn
occasion Prof. Gutzeit presiding at the
organ, with cornet accompaniment by
The bride wa3 dressed in a very unique
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of the firm of Hardin & Dulany. Mr.
Wiggins is a thorough going business
young man,;and his populairty in his own
city is almost unbounded.
The happy pair left on the 3 o'clock
train for Niagara, Buffalo, and New York,
and will be gone about two weeks.
Mrs. Blanche Breeben having bought
the stock of millinery goods from the
Misses Mitchell, has secured the services
of a tony trimmer from the East, and will
have an opening at the old stand of the
Misses Mitchell, in a few days. She is at
present located in a room in the Henderson
block. Miss Sophia Hutchison, formerly
in charge of a store of Mrs. Norris,
is also assisting Mrs. Breeden, and would
be pleased to have of her old customers
give her a call.
Miss Mollie Tully, now the oldest
and most experienced milliner in busi
toIi wnwon to death. The shot struck fness in this city, has just returned from
Edgar Sanders is the prtyid father of..
One who keeps school should be one;
who keeps cool.
"Sapp" is the name of a hew ,;
in Fleming county, JWell, we should
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Gen. Jod. fehelby, of Missouri, is visit-
bis mother, Mrs. Ben. Gratz, of Lex
'The expenses of Mr. Barnes and
family foot up the rates $800 per month
while running through Iowa, and. Lordv.
how they run.
The only man who can make buggy
.riding with, two girl8,a .success, .haikf romn
Michigan.- He has three arms.
A married woman who attended the
exposition in Cincinnati yesterday,
thought it was Court-day there.
Katie Putnam appears in "Mad Cap'
in Lexington to-night, after which she
will probably appear in Night Cap.
Beefsteaks cut thin and breaded on top
and sprinkled with parsley and fine
herbs, will be fashionable this fall.
The Hon. Jno. D. White's sister is one
of a number of Eastern Kentucky visitors
now visiting Rev. Geo. Barnes and family
Lexington 'wants a free mail delivery.
Wouldn't be surprised if it could also
take care of a free female delivery.
The wide reputation which Bath couu
ty, is gaining as one of the finest tobacco
growing counties in the State, is attracting
the attention" of land-buyers from a
As a gilt-edged society campaign lie,
the following will make a lively tussle for
the bakery stand : "Aunt" Polly Webster,
although eighty years of age, is one
of the most graceful waltzers in Madison
A Lexington youth, who went to work
in the country, wrote his girl, a June
graduate, that he was raising a calf, Imagine
his feelings when the girl replied :
"I am glad you ha:e begun to support
When a Lexington woman who keeps
one eve on Jesus and the other, on the
eiectric unit & it UnteatatoeickodoastWa
nire heautv and elejiance, the handiwork ,.',,. . , -, , .rY,,, i.
of the Misses Jaynes. of this city.
The bridal presents were 'numerous,
and chiefly of a character for general utility
by the newly married, and will at
o nee be called into requisition on the return
of the couple from their tour East
they having decided to set up to house-
keeping in Covington. ivinuu& we yi ca
nts received by the bride, was an
ant seal skin sacque. from her half broth-
John E. Swiney. The groom, too,
was the recipient of an elegant set of fur
niture, from his mother. We forbear
Unr.; manv nt.hcrs. through re-
The bride is the daughter of Charlton
Alexander, cashier of tue JNorcnern
Bank of Paris, and is one of Bourbon's
wealthiest citizens. The groom is of
the firm of Harden & Wiggins, the prin
cipal insurance agents of Covington, and
-o .11 and Miss Gil- eniovs as handsome an in
income as per-
OI J. 1. xeiiicii u 7 jLnn ln ntnrintrtrm.
,ispie, of Morgan county. "rjZ"Z K ,n rl
Men lie to us Court-day after Court-day
when they know as
and promise money
well as they live they are lying. One
m 1ms criven us a watermelon, yet no
porter for the Cincinnati Enquirer,
during which time he was elected City
Collector of Covington a much-to-be-en
vied office which he resigned in order to
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ladies have given us any flowers. mt gucceed Mr. Dulany, the junior member
God is good, and careful for our wants;
get rid of her husband lor two Hours, sue
sends him up stairs to get something out
of the pocket of one of her dresses.
An Indian ran a race out at Denver a
few days ago, dressed with a spot'of war
paint on his forehead, a string of beads
on his neck, and a liver pad on his back.
It is thought now that he will come to
Lexincrton and institute a new fashion in
Mrs. Dr. Adair, Mrs, Henry Stewart,
James Huff and wife, John Clay and wife,
Misses Carrie Monson, Lummie Campbell,
Rogers, Payton Adair, Will Allen,
Geo. Motch, Cal Darnell, Jno. Frey, Lon
Dallas, and many others from Carlisle,
passed through yesterday bound for the
The Erankfort laundress who "discovered"
the comet, was married Friday.
Who says comets do not affect affairs
Yes, and as soon as she asks her husband
for some money with which to buy
her one of those celebrated new side-bar
fall bonnets, she'll discover a cyclone.
A pretty orphan girl seventeen years
old, advertises for a husband and home
in a Hickman oounty paper, Ex,
We infer from the above, that a home
in no other county paper would do.
And, too, she wants a husband thrown
in for good measure. Just imagine a
wife, husband and a home all in one poor
little county paper.
The Trader, Turfman, Farmer
Kansas has furnished 400,000 head of
fat cattle for market this year.
Lexington trotting races will begin next
Gabe Price, near Corinth, had his four
milch cows killed by allowing them to
eat cornstalks that had been chewed by
At the Ripley, Ohio, fair last week,
Allen Bashford's Puritana won third
money in one race, and first money in
2: 28 class.
It is estimated by competent judges
that the present crop of tobacco in Bath
I countv. if nronerlv handled, will bring
Indianapolis where she bought largely $i 000,000 to the county.
from the Griffith Bro's, (the largest deal
ers in the West,) besides having bought
largely in the Jast. sue also
brought home from Indianapolis one ot
the finest trimmers in the city, for her
assistant, and will give a public opening
on Saturday, Oct. 21st, at which all the
hdies from Bourbon and surrounding
rnnntips nrft p.ordiallv invited. Her stock
Colonel A. W. Hamilton, near Mt.
Sterling, has a seventy-five-acre field of
cern that, it is claimed, will yield twenty
barrels, or one hundred bushels of corn
to the acre.
Alice Stoner, Lillian, Judge Hawes
Catchfly, Stranger, Tucker, Fannie Robinson,
Lumps, Post Boy, Rosa Wilkes,
Suiter a long delay given to heart-; .never was. richer and more elegant than 15. o oeWtaatod.
at present. ,- v. .&wvw -. .
Early rising now, in order to .geethe'
comet, f T
Born ?C6 the wife of Eobt. Milam, a
W. M. BayBon, Sr., and daughters have
returned om Mo.
Lee Comngton, of Nashville, is now
here visiting lus parents.
Miss 'Delia McOlintock arrived home
from Richmond Tuesday.
Jno. G. Smedley is out again having
recovered from a severe asthmatic
Tnn Q T7?mrf Tno TVf nP.lollonrl and
EaUroad dining n cannot aril liquor
g J left on Tuesday
Mr. and. Mrs. W. W. Fisher and daughter,
have neoForsthe, GaJXJtospend4
Dr. Stitt bought of Charlie Clarke some
of his fine amber wheat, to be sown on
his ranche in Texas.
Will Lynch has dissolved partnership
with Jno. Jones, col'd, and now works
journey work for him.
The Master degree of Masonry, was
conferred on Dr. Smith, Hamlet Sharp,
and John Bedford, Jr., last week.
Chris. Uoden is himself again, and has
commenced business down at the bottom
round, with sandwiches and Washington
Hiram Bassett, Grand Master of Masonic
Lodae. of the State, left) this morn-
ing to present at the Grand Lodge at
W. A. Parker's old house in the coun
try, is being torn down and hauled into
town and will be re-erected and occupied
by one of the sable sons.
Mrs. Lula Miller, widow of J. Henry
Miller, of Nicholas county, left Wednesday,
to make her home for the winter,
with her sister in Augusta, Ga.
Several dresses costing from $50 to $75
untrimmed, have been bought of Ingels
& Co., of Paris, by ladies here, and will
be made by our local dressmakers.
J. P. Rogers has bought Levy Trotter's
interest in the saloon, and it will be run
in the name of Roger's & Paul. $275 was
the price paid for the half interest.
John R. Purnell died Wednesday
night at 10: 10. Dr. Stitt and other local
phisicians held an autopsy on his remains
yesterdav, The tumor weighed
THE SILVER WEDDING.
The silver wedding last night at Alex.
McClintock's, was by far the grandest
mammoth social event that has perhaps
over taken place in the bluegrass region.
There were all of five hundred
persons present, from all the surrounding
counties, including a sman representation
! from two or three other States. The din
ing hall erected for the occasion, was 48 x
70 feet, and had a seating capacity for 500.
Nothing short of a consolidation of
three press conventions would approximate
At the original wedding, Prof. Shackle-ford
officiated, in lieu of Eld. Rogers, on
account of a death in nis family, un
this occasion Eld. Rogers officiated in
lieu of Prof. Shackleford, through the
There were a hundred or more costly
presents contributed by families and
groups of from six to twelve and even
twenty persons thus lessening the number
of presents, and making the few rich-
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rare ueuuiiuiea ui mc ocaouii, uuw iuuii
and tropical. Each guest was seated in a,
chair, and given the privilege of holding
it the entire evening, during which time
Seidenstickers superb band discoursed
the sweetest music.
After the guests were all seated at the
table, the original attendants of the bride
and groom of '57 preceded the family,
followed by the head, to a stage, where
Eld. John I. Rogers in a very appropriate
address, reviewed the happy and
eventful past of the bride and groom, and
solemnized the occasion by are-obligatory
Our forms being made up on our re
turn this morning, precludes us the pleasure
of publishing the full list of presents
until Tuesdays issue.
Strayed from a bunch of cattle on
Court-day at Paris, a brown three-years-old
steer, weight about 800 lbs. He had
a few white specks about the flanks. I
will pay four "dollars reward for its delivery
at Bob Langston's, one mile, south
of Paris. W. H.Harper.
LUMBER FOR SALE.
I have for sale on consignment with
Thos. T, Talbptt, Paris, Ky., 10,000 .feet
of fine vyalmit lumber, and two car. loads
of white pme fencing plank. . .
v Paris, Ky.
Paris Omnibus Line.
Two busses will connect with
all passenger trains at the, Paris- depot.
JFare. 25 cents to the hotels or any parof
the city or suburbs. Trunks, 15 cents
extra. No charge for valises.
L. E. Mann, Prop'r.
A yearling Jersey bull; dark color, out
of an imported cowj and by the registered
bull Lowry. He is not, but eah be registered
in the Giltedged Herd Bookf
J I Smith Kekney.
tm noB2 Paris, Kyt
mA set of TEETH for $10. Gold
filling for $1. All work guaranteed.
J. E. KEE
BAKER and CONFECTIONER,
AND DEALER IN
Choice Brands of Cigars and Tobacco
French and American Candies.
TOB'S Cincinnati Lager Beer on Draught
Main Street, Paris, Kentucky.
JAS. A. McCANN,
KIMBROUGH & HUFF;
Granite and Marble.
Third St., Maysville, Kentucky.
Jas. S. Huff-
Large and Commodious Sapiplo IvQonis
rtlor TIAHV THr Infill 1 1 fl I 1ZI
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free of charge.
Grand Opera Build'gJ
GEO. W. DAYIS,
Window Shades, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Mattresses, &c.,
&- Special Attention Given to
Undertaking and Repairing.
Main Street, Paris, Ky.
er, more eieao u . g. m T1RrpAAp
included all the rioh and - a .-. j
CARLISLE, - KY.
Office over B. F. Adair's grocery.
CARLISLE, - - -
Calls particular attention of the farmers
a v.r!omcm in the fact that he
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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 stocu:
of whips, collars, trace-chains, and everything
pertaining to the trade.
W.H.H. JOHNS9N, f D.I. CONWAY
One square from railroad depot. GOOD
LIVERY STABLE. ATTACHED. The
kindest attention given and guests made
Good Sample Rooms. A table filled
with all the delicacies of the season.
Insurance Ag ent.
Represents Hartford Fire, Bowflflf
Green and Maysville Masonic life Com
Attorney at Law,
Will" practice in the courf!?bf Kiehdlgi
and adjoining counties. Special ahB
prompt attention given to collections. ,s
MlflM it MMI III i "
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.STBEETC,. , - -
XflSma&vMfig Becond"tTntf WmW
hotel in the State.
J8Tliarge and well furnisfr&tj'
Sample Rooms foF Commercial
Good Livery Stable attached. KeJ
to all who have patronized the housfc
Shortest and Quickest
Tickets to all points
NORTH, EAST AND TfE&b
Special Rates to EMIGRANT.
For further particulars, apply to
Frank Carr. PariB. Ky.
O. L. BROAVN, Gen'l Passenger Aqtm
Time Table in Effect since May 14, ',
L've Covington... S:00 a m and 2:45 pm.
Arr. Paris 11:25 a in and (5:05 pat
7:o0 a in and 5:G0 p,.
S:25 a m and 5:55 p w.
MfTintlialefr S:25amaiuT 3:00 p:
L've Paris for
Maysville 6:30 a m and 5:50
j" Richmond Express runs daily.
(GREEN CHEATHAM, Pjiop'rO
One Square from Railroad Depot A$
Baggage transferred to and fro, free o
MVJERX STABILE ATTACHED
OOLLIEB, & SHARP,
JAMES i. collier;
COAL, SALT, , -LUMBER,
Broadway, - - - Millersburf
JKOTI also have a saw mill at Licking
Station, on the K. C. railroad, aid can
fill all orders for cut lumber at lowest maiv
ket prices. I will move the mill to any-locality
where a sufficient number oHog
for a yard can be established.
A rail stock of Lumber kept constantly
on hand at this point.
T. V. HALL,
formerly of Cincinati.
MILLERSBURG, - - - KY.
10F Designs, Drawings and Specifications
including Costs on all Architecture
and Machinerv, furnished accurately and
W. A HILL, .
Lnportcrand dealer Sfl
ITALIAN GARBLE, SCOTCH,
AND NATIVE GRANITE
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