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VOL. I. PABIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 6i 18S. no. m:
Maysville is to have an ice manufactory.
Fifteen pounds of sugar can be bought
in Cynthiana, for a dollar.
The best butter brings eighty cents a
pound in New York and Philadelphia.
Mrs. Gen. J. E. B. Stewart, of Staunton,
Ya., has been visiting relatives in Lexington.
Money is getting easier since the tobacco
crops have been put on the market.
A Clark county man has found a Ger
man Danube coin which bears date of
Organ grinders will soon begin to insult
thearrttf heaven with the lie of
About '400 gallant warriors have ' gone
to Carter county, to guard Neal and Craft
during their trial,
Many of our stock, crop and farm items
will appear ,in the Kentuckian, Wednesday
"In God we trust" is oniitte'd on the
new nickle. The trade dollar, however,
still carries it around.
C. Fj-Croxton has arranged his business
with creditors' at Lexington, and
has opened up business again.
What Paris boy was it who fell out of
bed in Cincinnati and slept on a shoe all
night and covered with a string ?
Frank Patterson shot and mortally
wounded Dick Bryant, "for not coming
to an oyster saloon in Harrodsburg when
Look out for the big new advertisement
of A. Newhoflf in Friday's issue ;
but don't wait for that before you look
at his goods.
Lent tomorrow with many
people. It couimenced about a year ago
with us, when we lent out about all we
had to our subscribers.
Mrs. Jno Hite, of this city, has a china
pitcher bought by her grand-father
Piltz, of Harrison county, G5 years ago.
It has been in constant daily use.
G. C. Kniffin, formerly of this city, is
in Washington examining the war records
and writing a history of Kentuck-
isns iu the war on the Federal side,
The ground hog has ordered, bountiful
ice crop for the latter days of February
and the first of March. Now if the
frost doesn't nip it our ice men will be 0.
CYNTniANA has a saloon to every 200
inhabitants. To strike the town on a
cold wet Court-day, one would suppose
thntifc had 200 saloons to each
tant. -- J
W. D. Caldwell, of North Carolina, is
the guest of his uncle Templeman, of the
Thurston House, and since being here,
has bought the Alderny bull Butterball,
of E. G. Bedford.
Jim Griffen disturbed the jugular
vein and other portions of the neck of
Horton Tucker, at Danville, Saturday
night, for walking home from a
bule" -with his wife.
Benjamin Franklin Carr, Andrew Jackson
Gutzeit and Albert Chesterfield Adair
went down to the city Saturday, to attend
the Opera Festival and brighten up the
bloom on their noses.
That little racket we gave the Kentuckian
Friday, knocked the Millersburg
department clear out of it's half sheet
Saturday, yet the ear marks showed very
prominently in several locals.
The Hoods in Ohio have been very destructive.
In the city of Akron, alone,
the damage will aggregate $50,000. About
Cleveland, $1,000,000 worth of property
has been destroyed or damaged.
A large crowd in attendance of our
Court day sales yesterday, The best
feeders brought from 5 to 5 cents. Good
broke mules scarce and in fair demand at
good figures. But few horses on the
Howoutii's Hibernica Comedy Company
is billed for our Opera House, on
the evening of the 22nd iust. This is the
20th season of this popular troupe on the
road, and it is truly a correct. "Mirror of
IT. Pringle and Frank Remans, of
Ohio, are here, and have bought
of Jas Hall two Short-horn heifers at $300
each, and of B. F. Bedford, two heifers at
$250 each, one cow for $750, arid two
cows at $500 each.
A freight train backed a caboose filled
with colored laborers on to a hand-car
near Olive Hill, Rowan county, and the
caboose was dumped down a fill of sixty
feet. One man was killed and several
others severely wounded.
The saloonkeepers of Cynthiana are
trying to create a boom by
by resorting to the murderous method of
selling three drinks for a quarter. Even
Ltlie poorest come in for a few luxuries of
A tree recently felled in Lewis: county
was found by its rings to .be over 150
years old, and near it's heart'were a number
of chips, made with an ax or other
sharp instrument, which had been completely
We have had Spring, Summer, Autumn
and Winter all since ground hog's day.
Just look at what the high-toned and
truly aesthetic ground hog can do, as compared
with the goose bone, Vennor and
other weather quacks! " " - --
. Enoch Fields, col'd, shot at a dog Saturday
night over in Ruckerville, but
missed it and severely disturbed; the
tranquility of position in which Bob
Darnell was posing. Bob's wound is -severe,
bux; not dangerous.
Look out for the Yellow Elaff !
Bet Williams, a colored girl, in the Second
house on the street leading from, the
Georgetown pike up towards the parsonage
has" a well developed case of smallpox.
John Kiley, Jr., Henry Gnadinger
and some other boys killed a cowsucker
snake wliich was three feet long, in Cot-
tontown, Sunday. i This explodes the
ground hog theory about winter not
being broken. The True Kentuckian is
respectfully requested to credit us with
Bon Cain, of Carlisle, was married last
Thursday, to Miss Scully, of Columbus,
0;hio. The happy twain spent last Friday
in our city whilst on their return trip
home. Bob and his brother Jim, late of
Iowa, have bought out Pat Shay's
and boarding house on Depot street,
Carlisle. These boys are straight and
square, and will succeed. t
"You Can JLean on. The Fence."
Frank AnMSTitonG, our deputy sheriff,
finished his "work Saturday of levying attachments
on twenty-three houses in
Kuckerville, the property of Henry
who le ft several parties the sack to
hold. Tb e Higgins estate comes in for
near $3,000. "Nancy Johnson, an old colored
woman, labored under the impression
of having deposited $425 in the Deposit,
Bank when Rucker was cashier, but
instead of placing it to her credit, Racker
gave her his individual note for the
money. Before he left, the old woman
discovered her mistake, and asked
for a lien on a certain house in Rucker-ville
to secure her money, but
"told her in a very cool manner to "lean
on the fence."
Daudet's New Novel.
"L'Evangeliste," Alphonse Daudet's
New Novel, which is creating such a sensation
in Paris, is in press, and will soon
be published by T. B. Peterson & Broth
ers, Philadelphia. It will certainly create
a profound sensation, as it treats of a
subject never yet handled by a French
novelist, and one in which everybody is
interested. It is a romance of the conflicts
of human emotions, with a gay as
well as a grave side, and is of intense interest.
In Fraaice it is regarded as Dau-
dg ijest TjqoIc, and has given rise to al
most endless discussion. Daudet, who is
one of the greatest novelists of the present
day, founded "L'Evangeliste," on
fact, and one of it's main elements is a
Trotting Horse Sales.
Col. R. G. Stoner, Hambletonian Stock
Farm, Paris, Ky., will offer Tuesday, Feb.
20th, forty four head of high bred trotters,
consisting of colts, fillies, brood mares
and geldings, principally the get of Strath-more,
the sire of Alice Stoner 2:24i ;
Chestnut Hill, 2:22$: Monitor 2:29; Santa
Claus 2:17 ; Solo 2:28$, and Steinway,
three year old record, 2:2o.
Capt. T. E. Moore, The Cedars,.
Kjr., will sell at public aucton, Wednesday,
Feb. 2lst, following
the sale ox the Hambletonian Stock
Farm, the property or Col. R. G. Stoner
forty-four bead of high-bred stock, consisting
of trotting, road, and saddle ani
mals, by the following well known sires:
Daniel Lambert, 2:25 ; Mambrino Joe,
New York, Mambrino Downing, Strath-more,
Kimbrough's Abdallah, Joe Downing,
Harrison Chief, and others. Capt.
Moore will also offer ten geldings and
road mares. G. W. Bowen & Co., will
sell Bengali, 4 yrs. old, by Billet, dam of
Maud S. by Mahomet.
Following the above sales, W. H. Wil
son, will sell at Abdallah Park, Cynthiana,
on Feb. 22nd, the produce of such
stallions as Indianapolis, 2:21; Jubilee
Lambert, 2:191; Blackwood, Jr., 2:22;
Hambrino, 2:?U; Goldsmith's Abdallah,
2:30 ; Paniel iambert, 2:l9h and others.
Miss Sophia Huthison is improving
Miss Blanche IConney is visiting Mr.
Chas. King, of Newport.
A man in Griffin, Ga., has been poisoned
by wearing colored hosiery.
H. Hastinngs, Esq., liasTeturtited from
an extended trip to Washington. "
G. Allison Holland, of Eminence, has
gone to Chattanooga to practice law.
Mrs. Jno. A. Gano, Sr., fell down and
broke her arm, at her home near Center-ville,
A young married lady near Cynthiana,
is step-mother to thh teen children, anjl
Tias ndne of herownry " f ?- -
Gen. Simon Boliver Buckner was waff
in Lexington last week. He now makes
his home in Louisville.
Mrs. Hoover, wife of our well-known
shoemaker, with John Kiley, lias just re
covered from an illness.
A Hickman-county man wants to bet
$200 that he can eat ten pounds of sugar
in ten consecutive hours.
An offer of marriage so delighted a
Michigan girl that she fell dead of joy
heart disease they called it.
The widow of "Bige" Webster, late of
Cynthiana, was married in Tennessee to
a gentleman of wealth recently.
A little child of seven or eight said
that when the Bible speaks of "children's
children," it must mean dolls.
General Winfield S. Hancock will be
in Cincinnati to-morrow, to establish a
Commandery of the" Loyal Lpgion.
A New York girl has been arrested
while disguised as an old woman. The
old woman disgnised as a giil is still at
An old bachelor clerk over at Carlisle
is so bow-legged that he has to put a
board across his knees to hold his girl on
Second marriage is too often like a gallon
of water poured in a coffee pot on
some cold coffee grounds that had been
Kate Claxton, the actress, is -still confined
to her bed in New York and said to
be suffering from a severe cold and gen
eral exhaustion. . . """
Robert Collyer savs that the way to
live to the age of eighty is to be virtuous,
temperate and to keep "on the sunny
side of the hedge."
A throe-pound baby has been born in
Oglethorpe county, Ga., and it makes as
much noise in the the world as the lustiest
Miss Hettie Muster, a respectable
young lady of Calhoun, Ky., arrested in
Louisville for shop-lifting, became
and now appears a raving maniac.
It is wrong for young married men to
smoke before their wives. They ought
to let their wives smoke first ; but then,
some wives make their husbands smoke
when they don't want to.
Boston girls are very intellectual and
religious until after the old folks go to
bed. Alter that, if the right fellow is in
the parlor and the light is turned down,
they act just like other girls.
A secret mairiage has been performed
at the Methodist parsonage in Cynthiana.
Never mind , when the brooms and
stove wood begins to fly in the air, the
people will soon locate the newly married
The Trader, Turfman, Farmer
Overby & Thomas have thns far,
bought 75,000 pounds of tobacco, at from
3 to 10 cents.
James E. Clay received 180 feeding cattle
from Chicago, Saturday which cost
him about Ah cents here.
Mock hogs are worth 5 to 0 cents in
Woodford. A lot of 100 head averaging
100 lbs., sold at 5J cents last week.
Wm. Spencer, a Breathitt county man,
has bought Judge French's farm in Clark
county, containing 350 acres, for $28,000.
A Madison county farm of 140 acres
has recently been sold for $15,000, an av
erage of a little more than $107 per acre.
Thos. H. Wilson, of this county, has
sold 15,000 lbs. of tobacco to Overby &
Thomas, of this city, for 9 cents per
Roy S. Cluke, of Lexington, sold his
Clark County farm of 360 acres to Mr.
Garrett Watts of this county for $80 per
A party of gentlemen from Kentucky
are prospecting in Florida, with a view to
start a factory to manufacture fibre from
Wild ducks are so thick, in ..the water.
courses in Brevard county, Fla.S
that they have to be shoved aside while
boats are passing.
Two Beiksbire hogs, weighing respectively
1,200 and 1,040 pounds, are on exhibition
at Paducah. They were raised
W. T. Overby sold his farm of 139 acres
Saturday, to Win. Cassidy, of Mason
county, for $18,000 cash. It costs Mr.
Overby exactly that amount on pay
Geo. Evans, the well-known jockey,
has purchased of Maj. B. Q. Thomas the
chestnut filly Pike's Pride,, three years
old, by King Ban, dain Lou Pike. Price
said to be $3,500.
Abraham Barton is seriously ill.
MndL Why, mucrisvno nameior the. -
condition or our streets.
Mr. A. T. Smith, of Fleming, ia pros
pecting here for a location.
Misses Dorsey and Campbell, of Carlisle,
are the guests of the Misses Griffith.
News has been received here, that
"Uncle" Joe Wallace is very ill in Missouri.
Sam Watson has opened a saloon in
Maysville, next door to Omar Dodson's
Pro'. W. D. McClintock will preach at
the Christian church next Sunday at 10
Miss Emma Young, of Bath county,
returned home with Miss Ida Dodson, as
Charlie Leer and mother have rented
the Feeback residence and store room at
"Becher" Bowen is lying very low
with consumption, at his mother's home
in the county.
One of the big Italian bears climbed a
tree in our public square for a dollar, but
didn't get the dollar.
Eld. Wm. Sweeney bade a fond farewell
to the flock over which' he has been
acting shepherd, Sunday.
A big meeting begins at the Methodist
church next Sunday, with Revs. South-gate
and Bristow assisting.
Jerry O'Conner, formerly of nir this
place, Jias rented 1,300 acres of land in
Missouri at less than one dollar an acre.
As. Mr. Drury couldn't get a seat to
fseeTrndheirr NilssoTTf,chev - ccraehidedor
come back here Saturday and do better.
The Rev. Mr. Hoage, a college mate of
the Rev. Mr. Moore, filled his appointment
Sunday morning : nd evening.
The Odd Fellows have about decided
to put a handsome new front to their
store room occupied by Boulden & Current.
Tom Cleaver sold his tobacco tor Over?
by & Thomas, of Paris, for 15 cents in
stripping order, and Silas Cleaver sold
his crop to J. M. Collier at 11 J.
During the fire last week, Mike Thornton
bursted the door of the burning
house in with his head, and lost his eyebrows
and a good lot of his hair.
C. J. Roden, agent for J. P. Rogers in
the restaurant business, has bought the
stock of goods from Harry Conway. The
house is now full yes, very full.
The tobacco market has found a boom
here, and Charlie Clarke makes a lively
and liberal buyer. Mr. Cumbers, his
partner, is an old and experienced hand
at" the business.
Josh Barton has started one of his dis
tilleries to running, and is making an average
of 100 gallons per day, on the old
copper plan. His diagrams on the new
house have been rejected bT the Government.
Sunday night as Rogers & Paul were
passing their saloon at a late hour, they
heard a burglar on the inside. As they
proceeded to open the door, the burglar
escaped over the transom, and as he ran,
the, boys fired five shots at him without
The business of Jno. Boulden & Co.,
must be settled at once. If you owe
them please call and pay up and save' interest
and cost of collection. We must
have the money.
John W. Boulden.
In Louisville, February 1st, Dr. King,
of that city, to Miss Laura Porter, formerly
of this cit
Mas. Mary Scott, sister of Jno. T.
Hedges, of North Middletswn, died at
Georgetown, Ills., on-Jan. 26th. Her re-
mams were placed ,m a vault, and will pe
brought to Paris for burial in Spring.
iTop i'r. J W.l B.CONWAY Clerks.
On ojuo hum railroad depot. GOOD
LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED. The
kindest ttton&m given and guests BMufr
Good Sample Rooms, a table filled
with all the delicacies of the season,
OX YOKES FORSALE.
Good pattern. Complete with black
hickory bow. ""
A Brick House, Stable, Garden and
GrasH lot at Plat Rock.
J. M. THOMAS.
There will be an election for officers of
the Bourbon County Agricultural Hooietv
lor the ye:ir 1883 huh in the City Hall
Building on the 2nd Saturday in February,
at 10 o'clock a. rn.
W. A. Parker, J. W. FerguKm,
Broadway, Paris Ky.
(S to 9 A.M.
Office Hours 1 " 4 P. M,
7 " 8 P.M.
S. B. EWALT J
LIVERY SALE. AND COMMISSION
High Street, Paris h'enturk;.
Will break colts to best advantage,
Horses bought and sold on a himkU margin,
also boarded on as good terms as any
other stable iu Paris.
- . - JL W; CAffl, I
HORSE AND COW liOCTOR,
NEAU CHANEY'S DISTILLERY,
AVill attend all cases of disease or acci
dents in animals, and make charges con
ditional upon success. Terms reasonable.
'Kimjjy' KmimouGn, Jas. S. Huff.
KIMBROUGH & HUFF, Prop's.
Large and Commodious Sample Eooms
on first floor for commercial men. Baggage
transferred to and from the depot
free of charge.
HE I T TAILOR.
Grand Opera Build'g,
GEO. W. DAVIS,
Window Shades Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Mattresses, &c.,
Special Attention Given to
Undertaking and Repairing.
Main Street, Paris,' Ky.
PHARES T. THROOP,
CAHLISLE, - - KY.
Office , over -B. 'F.' . Adair's ... grocery.
CARLISLE, - - - - KY.,
Calls particular attention of the farmers
land 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 the trade.
0MMRC!A1.(0R BUSINESS) COLLEGE
of Kentucky University,
WnAOtK. SMITH, Pr't,LEXINaTOXJrr.f
fMfcar wttfc the Ittdteg Sdrators eL Asctio, sum tiMK.
npvmmj m in iwvm or ataar tan nusuf, a ewaajft
B1mm AzitliBette. Gomaertla! Lav. Uare&atll.
ft fall DfoleK Cenraa freaa S (a Beetta. TWaM
laatadisi TiJMen. Baoha. SUtknarr aed taillt
faa&n7aaifB3. Badaata or ttta OattatfB aaa. a4 tt
etbw Ceflajea of tfea Uftiranttr seder W Fraftaam ferli
Jf ' Jfree r ofcarce. Wbn S or mate aslar teneWij
redaction of K oa ewa eae'a Tuition vUl be auoe. 3te1
omnTCTBeCTioarBaa eomBaaoaa. em staaeate readvM i
IV UMVjrR. SMITH. FreVt, l2xEhcb
JL. . JLJ..
ATTORNEY AT La7,
Will prat'tin in tht courts of Nfohof'
and mljiiittiti enmities. fcppdal Ul3
ppniipf aUctitiou jn'ven to collection.
Msa. Jafs Pubnkll,
Table and rooms second to no country
hotel in the State.
'tGttjtxrgb and well furnished
Sample Rooms for CommercfaJ
Good Livery Stable attached. I$efe
to all who have patronized th houaaf.
a ems e r
KY. CENTRAL E. 8.
Shortest and Quickest
Tickets to all points
NORTH, EAST ANT "WESTw
Special Rates to EMIGRANTS'.
For further particulars, apply to"
Fraxk Caur. Paris. Ky.
C L. BROWN, Gen'l Passengeb Act
Time Table-in Effect since Jan. 1, ',
Lv Covington 8 a.m2:30 p.m.,and 8 p.i.
A'r at Paris 11:3"0 a m..5:45 p.m.l0:40 p.m
" Lex'ton 12:15 p.m.6:35 p.m. 11:20 p.in
L'v Lex'ton at 7:45 a.m. 2:10 p.m. S:15pm
A'r at PariB at 8:35 a.m. 2:20 p.m.3:40p.i
L'v Maysville at 6 a.m. and 3 p.m.
A'r at Paris at 8:25 a.m. and 355 p.m,
" " Lex'ton at 9:25 a.m.
L'v Lex'ton at 5 p.m.
" Paris at.5:55 p.m. and 6:20 a.m.
A'r at Maysville1 8:10 p.m. and 8:45 a.m
One Square from Railroad Depot AlJ
Baggage transferred to and fro, free oi
I,TVERY STABLE ATTACBBXfc
Fashionable Barber, '
Opp. Post-office Pajbis, Kx
W. T. OVERBY.
Wliite and Yellow Pine, Poplar
and Oak Timber for
T. V. HALL,
formerly of Cincinnati.
MILLERSBURG, - - - KY.
Designs. Drawings and Specifica
tions including Costs on all Architecture
and Machine, furnished accurately and