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Fresh butter a iyoiing gnat; "'V'!
. sugar has made it's appearance
James Davis has returned from New
Butter 'made since the flood, is scarce
and high in price.
Fbankfort has raised $1,100 for it's
home flood sufferers.
And now, is there one in Europe, who
will confess his dear Savior ?
Cincinnati is again enjoying gas light,
but of a very inferior article.
"Why is the newuickle like an infidel ?
Because it doesn't trust in God.
A company of of Paris men have a large
fortune near town in their mine.
Dick Eule and family, formerly of
Shawhan, have located in Cincinnati,
Mas. Simpson, tliu colored luciurcfat?.
received S(5 signers to lli'e temperance
pledge here Wednesday night.
Lots petrifiexl lies have been found
among the debris of the old court house
now being torn down in Lexington.
The jaybird that sang its sweet sf a.
Wednesday, will get it's feathers blown
off by the March blizzards if it dont look
Soap bubbles can be blown to a size of
two feet in diameter and kept two days
by using a preparation of soda and glycerine.
The Eev. Geo. 0. Barnes and family
sailed for London, England, Monday,
where he will at once commence his
Neal's case has.been continued until
Aug. 9th. Craft's case will go to the jury
to-day. The chances are largely in favor
of his conviction.
Some meanswundrelsl)roke into' the"
Madison Eemale Institute at Richmond a
few nights ago, and posted some obscene
pictures on the walls.
Emmett Fitzgerald and Phil Nippert,
Jr., after resigning their positions- as
took a fly out to Indianapolis
and St. Louis, and returned.
An agent fromj a German shipping
agency, in Woodford county says his company
expects to buy every sound -walnut
log in the bluegrass counties.
Every business house ought to hang
out two signs one over the front door
and one in a newspaperjvhich will enter
every man's door twice a week.
A serenaded girl leaned too far out of
her window at Pottsville, Pa., to see who
thejsingers were, and fell to the ground,
wrecking the party and their song.
One of fthe fiCerro... Gordo Guards at
Grayson -writes to the Mt. Sterling Sentinel,
"I dont want anything but to go
home ; Oh, Lord, I want to go home 1"
One HUNDRED.laborersin ajock quarry
struck for higher wages on the K. G.
road at Boyd's Station last week." The
company had cut their wages down 15
cents per day.
The astounding intelligence was heralded
Wednesday through the
that Bev. Dorsey had received a
Valentine. ' The country will regain it's
breath in a few days.
The toll-gate just. beyond .North
on the Mt. Sterling pike, rented
for $690 the other day, to the highest
bidder. , The other one in Montgomery
county rented for $9G6.
Rev. L. H. Binto, Curatorfoi Central
University, of Richmond, is-, making
the erection of a new dormitory. He;got
$2,000 at Mt. Sterling'last week.
j The "Black Maria" Railway line stood
the racket of the raging billows'intact, as
did also the Kentucky- Union and Paris,
Georgetown and Frankfort : Tail ways.
There's nothing like establishing roads
on solid rocks.
The work of tearing down the : old
court-house at Lexington waB commenced
Tuesday. W. E. Bush bought the
old building for $1,200, and contracted
for building the new .one of pressed brick
and stone, $96,000.
Ed. Moorb, a corporal of the Lexington
Guards, got drunk at-Grayson and cursed
some little girls. He resisted arrest by a
detail sent after him, and got a.slight bayonet
wound from one of te guards.
Moore will be
At Capt. T. E. Moore's sale of trotters;
Wednesday, 45 head averaged $242, and
aggregated $10,890. There was a good
attendance of buyers from a distance..
The 'young stock was, thin in order, which
had a tendency of cutting down the average.
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PARIS, BOUBLBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2.3, 1883.
aay, our city building floated the national
banner yestorday, the post-office and
banks closed. John Hite, typo of the
Kentuckian, was the only-private citizen
that unfurled a banner that came under
Shaved heads covered with wigs, are
slowly and quietly creeping into 'fashion
among the ladies here. It takes tho hair
just eight months to grow out, and then
it is quite curly after being shaved. We
can put our fingers on several whose
heads have been shaved, who think that
their secret has been well kept.
Charlie Hukill, of this city, was arrested
here yesterdav at the instance of
Wilson & Co., livery men of LexingToiu
on the charge of hiring a horse and barouche
under false pretenses, by representing
himself as "J. H. Hughes" and
giving a check on the Citizen's Bank oft
this place in that name) for $5.00. .
Siikrley FaisBfE, a
son of Harry Frisbie, of Cynthiana.'
jumped in trout or ins dog to keep, a Jersey
cow from hooking it, when the cow
plunged a horn in his mouth and through
the cheek. He grabbed the cow by the'
horns and she ran around the house with
him. His face is terribly lacerated.
Humane nature is full of strange inconsistencies.
Sometimes we find those
whom we have admired for their evidences
of a great soul and longed to
know, full of petty foibles which would
disgrace even the lowest of our
Again, sometimes in the very
weakest we may find a glimpse of greatness,
just as many a man who has been'
called a coward when the test came
proved himself to be the "noblest Roman
of .them all."
Eld. J. C. GhAves, pastor of tbe col'd
Christian Church, has just completed
his fourth year's labors here. He
has received 86 additions, and had S
deaths in the congregation, and- has performed
14 marriages during the time;
Tho present membership is 247. Besides
tho pastoral care of tho Millersburg
chuich also, Eld. Graves is Principal of
the fvee col'd school of this place, ami is .
secretary of two lodges and of ' the Missionary H
Board of Ky. ' " " "
Probably a Kicli Strike.
Some local excitement exists here over
the discovery of a lead mine on Thomas
Isgrigg's farm opposite the residence of
Wm. M. Taylor, on the Maysville pike,
half a mile from town. A slock company
has been formed with the following :
members: R. P. Dow, Dr. Wash Fithian,
J, B. Gordan, D. P. Hazleton, Jno. S.
Spencer, and H. F. Holmes. The four
latter gentlemen are Scotchmen and
men of mining experience, lately
from Kansas and other mining districts
in the West. Work has already commenced,
and a shaft 100 feet will be sunk
as speedily as possible. Several lumps
of fine lead weighing from five to ten
pounds have been taken out, and the
prospect is that a paying'5vein is near at
hand. There are fine indications of lead
in the Millersburg, Ruddles Mills and
Paris precincts, and those possessing said
lands will await with much interest the
developements of this vein now being
Tlio Trader, Turfman, Farmer
At W. H. Wilson's sale yesterdayj 27
horses averaged $467.
Sanders Bruce, of the Turf, Field and
farm, purchased Cash Clay and Sebastian,
from T. J. Megibben.
In a race she won recently at New . Orleans,
Lizzie McWhirter jumped over a
got that ran across the track.
Tom Brent shipped a car load of wool
to the Boston market Tuesday. The
price paid here was 23 cents per pound.
A Hardin county farmer cures chicken
cholera with a strong tea made of smart-weed
mixed with their food and fed three
times a day.
A Lincoln county farmer predicts that
1883 will be an abundants fruit year, "be
cause," he says, "it always follows wherr
there is a big sleet in February."
Pure White Burley tobacco see:!, warranted
the purest and best, from
county, Ohio, for sale at this office,
at 50 cents per ounce. tf
At Col: Stoner s sale Tuesday, 35 horses
sold at an average of $355.42, and aggregated
$12,340. Buyers from many states
were present, and the prices were
ored very satisfactory.
The Globe Warehouse of Cincinnati
unannounced by circular that it is rea"
to proceed, to business .again. It hadhgj
goods damged by the flood, though all
goods were moved out.
All good c!athes:come high except-ball
The green grpcor.is the one who ti;nsts
the new family in the next block. -
A wise man will never sit down more
than once on a chair that isn't there.
Whenever lovo has to play second fiddle
it is time to break up the band.
There is a man irLBuflalo, who has not
been asleep for nyear, but he does not
go to church.
There is one turn in a man's life which
he's always prepared for his turn in, the
Yellow satin .window ! shaues. with
'heavy embroidery are tlie latest idea in'
Travel to Florida is getting brisk.
The land of flowers is now luxuriating in
fine spring weather.
Edwin Booth was presented -with a' silver a
laurel crown at the conclusion of
Othello, recently,, in Berlin. ,
By a recent device of printing the menu
on the napkin, guests can now swallow
the a mouthful.
Doctor : "Now-tell me, Colonel, how do
you feel when you kill a man ?" Colonel :
"Oh, very well, doctor how do you?"
No matter howlooso, an . engagement
ring may be, tho diamond never slips
around on the inside.of a lady's finger.
Nellie Palmer is lecturing in Massa7
chusetts on "Hell and it's. Tortures."
Then the story -that Nellie is married is
Henry Ward Beecher on visiting his
old home at Indianapolis last- week, remarked
that he felt like hugging every
tree ho saw.
Michael Barron told his affianced bride
at Baltimore, Ohio, that she was "too
sweet too live," and proved his sincerity
by shooting her.
Jagged, ragged edged. flounces and
:pebp'l& SfXP bbgiimTitg fibim& Kbbuf &'
the ragged edge. ' .
Love will imakc;a man spit on his hands
and take another hold wh6n every other
power on earth has backed outand'xi'ven
. -i -
up as a bad job.
TiTe fashion of short sleeves never
makes pretty arms, but it'is more than
probable that pretty arms made short
One of the sad incidents of the flood at
Aurora, Ind., was the funeral of a young
lady, when the mourning friends followed
the body in boats.
Many a man thinks it is virtue that
keeps him from turning a rascal when -it
is a full stomach. One should be careful
not to mistake potatoes for principle's.
It would take a locomotive running
forty miles an hour, 205 years to run from
the earth to the sun. The fare at one
cent a mile would amount to $930,000.
Edward Stokes, the man who ought to
have been hung for the murder of Jim
Fisk, will the grandest theater in America,
on the gronnd of the old Park Theater,
Every street has two sides, tho shady
side and tho sunny. When two men
shake hands and part, mark which of the
two takes the sunny side ; ho will- be the
younger man of the two.
A woman never confesses that she is
as old as she looks-; that she laces ; that
she ever says' a thing that she doesn't
mean ; that she can't keep a secret , that
she!is too old too marry ; that she is vain
or conceited: that she is ugl)r, or talks 1
, R. Davis. Hutchcraft has returned from
teaching school at Sapp, Fleming county,
and has commenced reading Law Under
Russell Mann. The new firm of Hutchcraft
& Smithfwill practice law at a mark
100 yds., off, withquta, rest, at .an- early
There is something floating round, but
it is kept mighty quiet, as it is something
that will prove quite disastrous, to a certain-couple
if the News was to get ,it, We
think we will have it before many days,
and .dish it up to the readers in as good
shape as possible. -.;
J. 3 o .
Miss Pannie Clarke is .veryill.
"' Chicken-pox and whoop'i'rig cough' iii
town. , , ... .
Mrs." Tom Purnelldeffc for- Missouri,
'yesterday. ' "
Willie "Victor is home from Cincinnati
for a short , rest. . - . u
Mr.,Grover, of Mason', is here looking
for a farm'to buy. '
Jno. A. Miller, sr., has rented tbe Tom
Purnell residence. - , . .
Judy & Ingels killed a hog Wednesday
which weighed G50 lbs.- -
Jos. H. Black has soldout his tobacco
r ,,11.1.'! l
A dance aud candy pulling at Josh
Barton's last Saturday night."
Alf. Ball has solHiin tobacco at 11 cents
lesd SdO pounds, for' which ho gets 4
cents. , .,
- EH. Mynlij Ji-Gi Allen's new clerk, is
laid up with mumps at Hutchinson's Station.
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Two of the young lady boarders at the
Female College, returned to their home
in Texas, to stay.
Among the effects left by "Aunt" Betsey
Miller, were Ion pocketbooks containing
sum total of $7. 50.
'MmymwzmmwiwT'W AT T"
ilf Ar laivalu lirtnli?Airt lwrwi . i 9& 3 J 1 Jmm A A A A A m
' 1 '. t tTim i xr n i r
containing eleyenliuinond.s and Liviw.vi uJjJ!i
E. F. IJargan, Louisville, says-:
"Brown's Iron Bitters is a most valuable
remedy for rheumatism."
Bob Milam returned from Indiana,
Wednesday, where he has been buying
shipping South. '
The widow Kennedy has taken up her
residence with her son-in-law, Clif Years-'ley,
near North Middleto.rn.
Miss.MollioKnight has purchased her
set of furniture at $140, and taken'
board at the Fleming house.
"Mirtie' Miller has gone to. Newark,
Ohio, to clerk in a hotel being run there
by Charlie Cook, of Cynthiarfa.
Bob Kern, of St. Louis, and formerly of
this precinct, will wed Miss Leckie
of Chicago, on the 27th insf.
Col, Olliver, city collector, luia posted
notices announcing the publication of all
delinquent tax payers on
No late tidings from Jno. Buck Vimont
and Ed McA'rdle in the mountains.. They
have. probably turned moon-shiners.
Gran and Kader. Allen and families
have arranged to move to the Vimont
property just below the Purnell House.
Mr. Sartin, from West Liberty, sold
.350 busheis ol finecaunel coal here which
he floated down Licking on rafts, fur 25
cents a bushel.
Alex. McClintock attended the cattle
sale of H. D. Ayers, in Mo., Wednesday.
As he returns ho will makea
at Newark-Phio.. ;. .
iivi olvuik j. biicio ir iivciur i
several other fine jewels. A
The Kentuckian now, Jias two- Millers-burg
correspondents, rotn there, but
still 'o,fnrnish a few. items for. the "Mill- ,
A coal" famine existed hero all during
the flood. A car load was received Tuesday
and divided out among consumers in
five bushel lots. Every cob in town was
burnt last week.
No steps have been taken hero towards
furnishing relief to the thousands of flood
sufferers in Newport. Everybody is too
much interested in religion to give the
subject a thought.
There are two or three hypocritical female
gossipers hero who use much violent
abuse against the News, but they manage
to borrow it twice a week and closely
scan it's columns for something villainous.
The following parlies bought stock at
Col. Stoner's sale Tuesday : Charlie Miller,
Standaid Kate, at $100 ; James T.
Talbott, Volunteer Maid, 6 years old,
at $195 ; Frank Champ, Volunteer, 2
years old, at $155.
Mrs. Rev. Geo. Savage, formerly of this
place, who is perhaps one of the most accomplished
ladies in language and
ary attaiments,says that she always reads
a novel twice once for the romance and,
once for the language.
Eld. T. M. Myers sold his farm Wednesday,
to Miss Allie Chanslor, for$S,000.
Miss Chanslor is from Mason county,
and is a sister to Ike Chanslor, who purchased
the McClelland place. Eld.. Myers
will move to Louisville.
Lou T. Vimont, elder brother of Jeff
Vimont, died very suddenly Tuesday
morning, and was buried at the Millersburg
cemetery, Wednesday.. He had been
afflicted with dropsy for the last three
years, but had been on his feet almost to
hour of his death. He was a quiet, unobtrusive
man-noted for candor,
the possessor of. the faculty of at
tending to his own business and letting
other people's alone. A second wife and
several children survive him.
. The big Methodist meeting continues
with unabated interest. Wednesday
night three confessed the dear Saviour-one
saw him outright and told others of
it, while twenty others crowded around
in agonizin 1 manner
the alter a very t
"seeking" him. It is safe to say
that things are very "varni indeed among
those of that faith, while there arc scores
of outsiders in nightly attendance for the
.benefit of tbe "show" as they term it.
The music is said to be splendid, but the
preaching of a plain and old fashioned
style, and unaccompanied by the eternal
fire scare which so oftentimes intimidate
the young. Those who do not believe
in the faith of this sect, should not goj
there for sport and criticism as many do.
This .is a, free country, and has
a right to any particular faith lie or she
- One square from mil road depot- GOOD
LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED. The
kindest attention givu and guests made .
Good Sample Rooms. A table, filled
with all the delicacies of the" season,,
Paris Omnibus Line.
Two busses will connect with
passenger trains at the" Paris depot.
farev25 cents to the hotels fmrC.of
extra. No valises. i
L. P. Mann, Prop'r.
T will si'U'ro ihti 'highest bidder at the
late residence nf Kedding,
some honsehojd furniture, bed., bedding,
&., the property of said docedint. At
the same time and place the heirs will
sell one house and lot at Shawhan Sta
tion, containing G rooni, stable on lof,
good cistern at the door. Also good ice
house. The lot contains 1 acre ofgroundr
and is a verv dis'irable pronertw
J AS. II. TALBOTT,
nol024t . . Administrator.
A. T, Forsyth, Auctioneer.
Bijoadwav, Pa his Ky.
(8 to 9 A. M.
Office Hours 1 " 4 P. M,
1-7 8 P.M.
lli(jh Street, Paris Kentucky.
Will break colts to ln?st advantage
tiorsesiiougiH ami soul on a small
on aa good terms as any
other tables in Pans.
PIORSE AND COW DOCTOR,
. NEAlt OIIANJiYS DISTILLKUV,
', . NICHOLAS CO".
Will attond all cases of disease or acoi
dents in animals, arid make charges con
ditiohal upon success. Terms
'KniilY' KlMUKOUGlt, J.VS. S Hoff.
KIMBROUGH & HUFF, Pfite'
Large and Commodious Sample Rooms'
on first floor for commercial men. Baggage
transferred to and from the depot
free of charsre.
S3PiS?nifm FSnlf B
ifydiUiialil s q iml m,
Grand Opera Bxiilcrg',
GEO. W. DAVIS,
Window Shades, Carpets, Oil
Clotlis, Blattresses, &c,f
Special Attention Given to
Undertaking and Repairing.
Main Street, Paris, Ky.
PHARES T. THROOP,
CARLISLE, - KY.
Offioe over B, F.. Adair5s grocery,
novloy . .
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A T. A TT "R T- V-
CARLISLE, - - - - &Y.
Calls particular attention of the farmers
and horsemen, to the fact that he
is now prepared ojputnUp,
FINE HARNESSand SADDLES
a specialty. Will sell at lower figures
than heretofore for" CASH. Special at
tention paid to repairs. f
I keep constantly on hand a largo stock;
of rhips, collars, trace-chains, and every -
thing pertaining to fh'o fratTe.
f K0. 104.
COMMERCIAL (OR BUSiPJESS) COLLEGE!
of Kentucky University, j
TTHSUK E. SMITH, Prcs't, 1ESINOTON. KIT .'.
TNesily 8.003 successftil srftduates of the tbarc rn?l to.i
S&tber with the Icadiug Edccitora o America, attest tftefl
fopenoBiyoi us oourje or sinay na Triinlae, as being!
Thorough, tactical and Complete. Embracing Bookkeeplu;;,
Dullness Anlnmctlo. Commercial Lav, Mercantile
spondep. Penmanship, etc. Time required, to complete' t
toe an uipioraa uourse rrora 2 to 3 montus Tota!'oMI
Inolnilnjs Tuition, Books, Stationery and Board In a scod
timilT about Sc3. Students of this Collet run ittim.V thwl
other Colleges or tbe Unircnlty under 10 ?rofes6rc or I '
yr Frco of charge When 2 or more enter togeUjer a 4
reaurtion or a onetich one's Tuition will be made.Thel
aum' t commeuccu, uucaiuaonis recMveasnTl
wre.. mthn jear. KrcuLir Foil Sonf. )
11. 1NH2. VV. IJ. SJUTM, Fren't, LuluirUin. . Kv.
A Tto us by ax Law,
- -Carlisle, Ky,
Will practice of Nicholas'
and adjoin yig ;:oj.fitiew Special . ;and
CouS'tv Ag.f,nt Fbu
9.fl i -n?n
flfl.flfl. mm Shu ilMll &
It is just the thing for detaching, runaway
and unrnlr horses, and no lady
bo without them. They relieve
ail the jolts ami jars t the horses shoulders
ami retrieves tho jolts by the,
cles Sttikini; obstacle". ,, ,. j
Dr. Ed. lltiy, practfaiuc physician and
othors of Pai a, have triftd ih:in and say
thoy would not be without i hem, for five
tiuus their wt. '
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KY. GEifTElL 'li .1-
H7T . JftAri
'BHortest and Q,uiGkest:r
KANSAS . ''
Tickets to all points
NQJRttH, BAST AND WEST.
Bpecial Kafees to
For further particulars, apply to
Fjwsk Oakk. Paris-. K;
C. LvBKOWN, Gen'l Tassexqer Ao-:,
m:m rvn,,. ;,,. Trt 1
j. oinc j. llulo ill, jifcic ofcioo tmc j., j
A'r at Pin-is 11:30 p.trul0:4O p.m
" Irex'ton 12:15 p.in.Gl85 p.m, ll:20.p.i
Iiv IiKS't?on at 7:45 a.m. 2:10 p.m. 8:irii
A'r at Paris at 935 3t00
Ij'v Maysviiie at O aan. anfl 12:40 p.ir.
A'r at Paris at S.-25 a.ttu and 2.55 pm.
" " IxtoafttOSaim.
L'v Lex' ten at 5 p.m.'
" Patis atr55 p.m. and 6:20 a.m.
A'r atMayaviile.6:10p.m. and 8i4&aa
LMAli HOUSE,'1 '
(GRE-EN CHEATHAM, P&ror'i)
.CARLISLE, KY.. A-
One Square from RaiTixrad Dcpdt iCll
Baggage transferred to and fro, 'frfc of
IilYEBX STABIJ3 AT2AG2iB
ntrvl4y - i . '' -'"'
HENHY B&tJMJ' v
Opp. Paris, E v
W. T. OYERBX,
WHOLESALE LUMBER DEALER
White and Yellow Pine, Poplar
and Oak Tinibex for
Tobacco Barns ,
T; V. HALL,
formerly of Cincinnati. uf
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ft Designs, Drawings
Jtitos indyiOh; Costs, onj alt Architecture
?nir1 Mmjhhi. f noshed accnrafelyHarid