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VOL. II. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRiDAY. MARCH 9, 18S3. NO. 108.
Easteb Sunday conies on March 25th
Jamboree is the name of a post-office
in Pike county.
The Lexington News has a lady printer
The tobacco crop is Tolling in here at a
lively rate every day.
Over 250 guests took dinner at the
Bourbon House, Court-day.
The Salvation Army tackled Paducah
but gave Lexington the shake.
An otter was killed and two others escaped,
at Wade?s Mills, Clark county, a
few days ago.
The assertion that sun dogs belong to
the sky terrier breed iB not fully credited
by this paper.
Craft's brother came doT?n to Lexington
to visit him, got on a drunk and lodged
in the cooler.
During the late flood, a natural fountain
near Harrodshurg, spouted water
twenty feet high.
Frult men say the buds are all right.
Grapes, peaches and the small fruits are
generally safe so far.
While in a playtul scuffle at Frankfort
Chas. E. Hyman, a Cincinnati drummer,
fell and broke his leg.
The Court of Appeals has decided that
Flemingsburg is a city, and not a town
as many have asserted.
The col'd hook and ladder company
left six chicken heads at Dr. "Wash
ian's "Wednesday night.
Monday will be Court-day in Carlisle.
Our friends will please meet us there and
tell us that same old story.
If a vacant lot on Mian street of Paris
is worth $250, a foot, what is one on
Broadway, New York worth ?
The Fire Company has appointed a
committee to ask an appropriation for
horses, of the City Council.
Twenty babies were born in Richmond
the first four days of March. This makes
squally weather around Richmond.
Two construction trains have been put
on the K. C. extension, and track-laying
is progressing rapidly in both directions.
O'Conner, the ex-priest, lectured in
Lexington Sunday, to an audience smaller
than the police force which guarded
Foxes are said to be multiplying very
rapidly in the bluegrass country, after
having been almost unknown for many
Stayed: a jersey sow pig, weight 13o
lbs, with no marks save a ring in its nose.
Information will be gladly received by
W. T. Ficklen.
Richmond police are breaking up quite
a number of jug and bottle bar-rooms in
stable and around the corners, carried on
by colored men.
Mr. "Wiggins, we stop the press a moment
to say that you haven't got as
much sense as a ground hog, goose-bone,
or a can of butter milk.
The News gives a horse book as a premium
to new subscribers, but in way of
rivalry, the Kentuckian sends out a live
bed bug in each paper.
There are three million of the new
nickles already in circulation, and yet
Paris can't show up a single one and
very few of the old ones.
Johnson, of the Louisville Legion, who
has been ill of pneumonia at Grayson
has recovered and is at home. Melter is
still sick, but continues to improve.
Near Poplar Plains, Fleming county,
the dead body of "William Gooding was
found lying in the road. He had evidently
frozen to death while drunk.
A. Newhoff will leave Saturday, for
New York, to purchase new goods. He
desires those who promised to pay their
accounts by March 1st, to pay to-day.
Laycock & Co, the spring bed company
will canvass this part of the State
with a large number of wagons, from
their Branch Office and Factory at Lex
ington. ' ' 4t.
Mace REDHONr&aught a nineteen inch
sucker Monday, pugh the tip of the
tail with a hook.The fish had in its tail
the same hook and piece of line which
Mace lost a week previous.
Dave siml Tom Paul, of Mill-
ersburg, have bought Tom Bashford's saloon.
Messrs. Conway & Paul are both
experienced and popular young men, and
will no doubt draw a fine trade. Their
billiard tables and other furniture is
quite new and bright, and their liquors
and cigars are said to
The Lexington Gas Company will erect
new gas works on the Lowe water system,
at a cost of $40,000. They have
heretofore been running on the High
coal system, with a much smaller capital.
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It is now suggested that the City shall
buy the lots of the burned district, and
stock it with Craddock and Henry
for a zoological garden. Contributions
of three-legged chickens cheerfully
received and added to the grand
aggregation of living wonders.
Charlie Harper, son ol Dan Harper,
ex-Representative of Bath county, and
Henry Mockabee, of same county, are un
der arrest at Lexington, for abducting
Sarah Jackson and Sarah Yaher, from
their homes near Olympia Station, and
taking them to a house of disrepute kept
by Mollie Long. The girls are 13 and 14
years old. When found by the police,
the girls claimed that they came away
with the boys under the impression that
one was to be married at "Winchester,
while the other was to act as attendant.
In the Recorder's Court Wednesday, the
young men waived an examination, and
were held over in the sum $700 for appearance
in Circuit Court. The Lexington
Press says.: "It is of the opinion
that Harper and Mockabee are good
matches for Nea! and Craft," The girls
htve been returned home in the charge
of an officer.
Tlie Trader, Turfman, Farmer
Sam Pryor & Son shipped two fine
Berkshires to Tennessee, "Wednesday.
The superinte'ndant of the street railway
at Lexington, has gone to Mexico,
to buy mules.
A Hardin County ewe about three
weeks ago gave birth to a lamb, a few
days since had two more.
Jesse Martin, of "Woodford, sold 29
yearling mules to Samuel Moseley, of
Columbia, Tenn., for $2,900.
John W. Jameson, of this county, sold
his tobacco to A. K. Marshall, of Mays-ville,
at 11 cents all around.
T. J. Megibben has been elected President,
and Col. E. F. Clay a Director of
the Latonia Agricultural Association at
"W. T. Overby says that the bluegaass
tobacco is valued above all the product of
the world, ior making fine cut chewing.
It really leads all in the Cincinnati market.
A Berkshire Hoar in Todd county is
three feet high, seven feet around the
body, nine feet long, and weighs 1,200 in
thin order. The owner thinks he can
put on 300 more pounds.
During 1882 Bonnie Scotland had 61 of
his get, who started in 597 races, of
which they won 161, were second 120
times, 104 times third, and unplaced 212
times, winning $100,968.66.
Robt. Duncan, a farmer near Madison-ville,
was struck in the breast by the
fore-feet of an unruly horse he was trying
to hold and received injuries which
Muhlenburg county has a pig with the
right hind log at least one-third shorter
than the remaining thrse, with the foot
precisely like that of a dog, eyes like a
cat, and a horn similar to that of a rhinoceros
where the snout should be.
John Duncan, of Lexington, will wed
fMiss Fannie Cassidy, of Louisville, on
Bob Robinson, of this precinct, wedded
Miss Kate Kate Hopkins, daughter of the
Robt. Hopkins Flat Rock precinct, Wednesday.
"W. C. Glover, a medical student at
Louisvflle, married Miss Dee Young, of
Owingsville, at the Fith Avenue Hotel,
A. R. Barnes and Miss Mollie Terry,
and Wm. Kendall and Miss Mattie Case3',
of Harrison county, started out to attend
prayer meeting at Mt. Zion, but walked
to Cynthiana, where the parties got married.
They took a bridal trip to Lexington
and spent several days there.
B. F. Pullen received a dispatch last
night announcing the sudden death of
Mrs. "Puss" Kenney, in Cin
cinnati. He will arrive here to-day with
her remains for burial.,' Burial tomorrow
Tom WillianiB has gone to Bethel on a
Mrs. Langtry is booked for Cheyenne
Nilssonand Patli will both sail for Europe
Shirt-studs in the shape ol a horse are
An ounce of gossip does worn harm
than a ton of gush.
Washington's birthday is now called
the hatchet holiday.
Walter P. Shaw is behind the counter
at Tom Roche's shoe store.
Alice Oatcs will make her second Visit
here just about sowing time.
A keeping h
toll-gate near Springfield, Ohio.
The Louisville Legion has presented
Col. Jno. R. Allen a fine sword.
The Rev. J. M. Evans, of this city, is
conducting a revival at Richmond.
- The Rose Eytinjje Combination will he
at the Lexington Opera House, April
No shoe-maker was ever able able to
measure the "foot-prints on the sands of
A new hat for gentlemen is called the
Jersey Lily. It is said to be easily
Mad. Christine Nilsson is a devout
member of the Lutheran Presbyterian
Trimmed skirts and basques are sure
of being favored for street wear in April
Jas. A. Whitsit has moved from Montgomery,
to his farm in Bourbon, near tbe
Mr. Joe Harris, the drummer, is to be
married to a Pittsburg lady the 25th of
Fawn-colored silk stockings, worn with
slippers of dark red kid of velvet, are
among the latest affectations.
There is nobody who can stir up so
many church rows as the brother or sister
who claims to lead a life of sinless
Mrs. Langtry told a Cincinnati reporter
the other day that she had never been so
happy in all her lifo as at present. This
is a terrible slui on Wales.
Amonji' the funny names in Winchester,
are Stubblefield, Timberlake,
Kohlh ss, Taliaferro,;Clinkinbeard,
Stackhouse and Kavanaugh.
The Rev. Mr. Dix, of New York, says
that "modern women" are made up of
"heartlessness, selfishness, flash and
fraud." Dix must be a married man.
An Irishman down near Mayslick, in
borrowing the News from a subscriber
twice a week regularly, says "Give me
the loan of that spiteful little paper."
Mrs. Sheriff Brown, Mrs. J. R Linville.
Mrs. Judge Maun, and Mrs. Dave Baxter,
of Carlisle, spent Wednesday, at Visitation
Academy, where they children at
Dr. M. S. Brown, of Cassville, Ga.,
paid us a call Wednesday. The Dr. will
make a short visit to relatives in Nicholas
county, after which he will select a
permanent location in the bluegrass re
Ladies can now wrap their necks in
long silk muslin or tulle and fasten it
with a large antique brooch and .be in
the fashion, and also convey the
impression that they are suffering
Mr. Lucy lives in Woodford county,
Woodford county, Mr. Ilanna in Montgomery,
Mr. Sallie in Wayne, Mr. Jennie
in Jefferson, Mr. Nancy in Powell,
Mr. Annette in Hickman, Mr. Judy in
Bourbon, and Mr. Betty in Kenton.
Cassell, Price & Co., Lexington, have
samples of their dress goods made up and
trimmed handsomely, and put on doll babies,
in order to show the spring styles
and the general make-up of their goods,
This is not not an advertisement, but a
$100 silk dress would not be refused.
All of the Carter county girl's wear
brass buttons on their garters. '1 hey obtained
them from the soldier boys, as
We'll bet that "Ex." is a liar. We
haven't heard of the Carter girl having
their legs out on dress parade. To
take the mildest possible view of this, it
is a mere camp rumor.
Paris, Ky., March 2d, 1883.
Received of the Kenton Insurance
Company through John T. Doyle, Ag'tof
said Company, at Paris, Ky., the sum of
Four Hundred Dollars, ($400) being in
fnll navment and comDromisa
of all claims and demands for loss or
1 rifimntre nv lire wmen onnnrren rvri imp.
Twenty-seventh day of February, 1863,
to the property insured under Policy No.
44468, issued at the Paris, Ky. Agency of
said Kenton Ins. Co., and in consideration
of said payment tbe said Kenton
Ins. Co., is hereby discharged forever
from all further claim by reason of said
lire loss and damage, and the Policy is
hereby surrendered and cancelled.
Judge Owsley mingled ainong the voters
Eli Perkins lectured to a large and appreciative
audience last nighti
A brother of Mr Speith has succeeded
Mr. Mai tin in the confectionery
J. E. Patlon, of Covington, its now our
depot at$ent instead of Dickeraon
Geoi Nippert has opened up in the
bakery and confectionery business at Car-Use
Profi Oi P. Moore, formerly of the Female
College here, died in England, Feb.
I." L, Yearsley " and family moved
to the North Mi Idletown precinct Wednesday.
After a week's partnership with C J,
Roden, Mr. Baldwin has withdrawn from
The Odd Fellows are now repairing the
Boulden & Current store room with a
Charlie Clarke's new tobacco press is
in operation, and he has already prized
Jeff M. Vimont sold his tobacco at 12J
all around. His crop was one of the finest-handled
ones in the county.
John Buck Vimont, Tom Hall, See
Payne and Ed McArdle have arrived
here from Jellico Mountain, Tenn.
Isaac Sanduskey's tobacco in this precinct,
made 1,706 lbs to the acre, and
brought a little ever $200 per acre.
R. M. McClelland surveyed his farm
Wednesday, and will be ready to join his
family in Georgetown, in a day or two.
It was 10 instead of 18 cents that Will
Hamiton sold his tobacco for. A figure
8 in the nought box made the mistake.
Bob Chanslor has moved to the Myers
place, recently bought by his sister.
Himself and sister are gladly welcomed
to their new home.
Geo. Smith, late of the firm of
Smith & Schuman, Paris, has entered
into a partnership with Mike Thornton, in
the carriage business.
Marshal Cargyle arrested little Sam
Turney for drunkeness, and while taking
him to the cage, a man of color stolo the
"Billy" out of the marshal's pocket.
Tuesday evening when J. E. Paton
arriyed here o take charge of the depot,
he left his trunk on the platform and
some one stole it. Next morning it was
found in Collier & Sharp's lumber yard
with the top all stove in, but not an
article in the trunk was taken out.
Prof. J. C. Meininger has received an
offer of the conductorship of a new Opera
Company now formed in the East, and
will leave in a few days to see about the
decide. One of the meiribers of the new
organization was a pupil of Prof.
eighteen years ago. Lex. Transcript.
Charles E. Wolf, Louisville, says :
''One bottle of Brown's Iron Bitters entirely
relieved me from indigestion."
John. Thomas, of Bath county, is going
to sue the Lexington Transcript for $10,-000
damages, for connecting his name
with the Harper and Mockbee scandal.
Probably the oldest trotting horse in
this country is General Butler, who has
record of 2: 21 J, made at the old Fashion
course in 1862. He was then ten
years old and is now in his thirty-first
Justice is great but simple principle,
and the secret of success in
In the grand hunt for constable
candidates in Ohio, it would now
take a mighty long-nosed pointer
to find one Mr. R. B. Hayes.
Now that Congress is dead and
buried, what did it's Republican
majority do to retrieve the reeord
of the party condemned last November
Had Folger been elected Governor
of New York last fall, he would
now be pulled around in a golden
chariot as the Republican aspirant
for President. Now lie's less celebrated
than his new nickle.
The "Washington Post, in speaking
of Proctor Knott as a candidate
for Governor, says : "Mr. Knott is
a man of very strong State pnde,
with many admirers here in Washington
who would like to see him
so honored by his State whon the
proper time shall come. So far
as we are advised, the Kentucky
delegation generally favor his can-
W.H.H. JOHNSON, f D.D.CONWAY
Prop'. J W.B. INWAY Clerks.
0n square from railroad depot. GOOD
UVERt STABLE ATTACHED. The
kindest attention given and guest made
Good Sample; Rooms. A. table filled
with all the. delicacies of the season.
Paris Omnibus Line.
Tvo busses will connect with
passenger trains at the Paris depot,
fare, 25 cents to the hotels or any part of
he city or suburbs. Trunks, 15 cents
extra. No charge for valises.
L. F. Mann, Prop'r.
Fashionable DesigiTs for Parlors,
llall?, Chambers, &o.
SAMPLES AND PRICES MAILED FREE.
H. BARTHOLOMAE & CO.
128 and 130, West 33rd St.,
Seed Potatoes f
I have a lot of fine Beauty of Hebron
Irish potatoes for sale. Tney are very
select and rare. Price reasonable.3
nolOl 2m T. 1). WAKELY,
Broadway, Paris Ky,
(S to 9 A. M.
Office Hoi irsl 1 " 4 P. M,
1 7 " 8 P. M.
S. B. EWALT,
LIVERY SALE AND COMMISSION
High Street, Paris Kentucky.
"Will break colts to best advantage.
Horses bought ami sold on a small margin,
also boarded on as good terms as any
other stables in Paris.
G. W. CAIH,
HORSE AND COW DOCTOR,
NEAR CIIANEY'S DISTILLERY,
Will attend all cases of disease or acci
dents in animals, and make charges con
ditional upon success. Terms reasonable.
'Kimmy' KiMimouGii, Jas. S. Huff.
KIMBROUGH & HUFF, Pkop's.
Large and Commodious Sample Rooms
on first floor for commercial men. Baggage
transferred to and from the depot
free of charge.
Grand Opera Build'gr,
GEO. W. DAYIS,
Window Shades, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Mattresses, &c.,
?" Special Attention Given to
Undertaking and Repairing.
Main Street, Paris, Ky.
.PHABES T. THROOP,
CARLISLE, - - KY.
Office over B. F. Adair's grocery.
Calls particular atteniion 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 figwes
than heretofore for CASH. Special attention
paid to repairs.
I keep constantly on hand a large stofc
nt whins, collars, trace-chains, and every-
ptiiDg yertawing to (fae traded
JDHK Jx LOSG, Prop'r. Jill J. UK (bib '
Hates, Two Dollars-Fei Bay,
Nice Sample Rooms for Commercial ififcui
Livery and Sale Stable ConnccUd
FIEE INSURANCE !
3. 3VX. JOKTES,
1 LARGEST COMPANIES tf
IN THE WORLD ! I
& Losses Promptly Paid. a
$ Rates as Low as The LovjkL &a
KY. CENTRAL H R.
Shortest and Quickest
Tickets to ail points
XORTH, EAST A20 1VE3T,
Special Kates to EMIGRiUfTS.
For further particulars, apply to
Fiiank Cakr. Pans. Ky.
C. L. BROWN, Gen'k Tassenokk Agt.,
Time Table in Effect Jan. 1, v
Ii' v Covington 8 a.m. ,2:30 p.m., and 8p.ni
A'r at Paris.ll:30 a m..5:45 p.m.l0:40 p.xa
" Lex'ton 12:15 p.m.6:35 p.m. 11:20 p.i
Ii'v Iiex'ton at 7:45 a.m. 2:10 p.m. 3:15pm
A'r at Paris at 8:35 a.m. 3:00 p.m.3:55j.iu
Ii'v Maysvillo at 6 a.m. and 12:40 p.m.
A'r at Paris at 8:25 a.m. and 2:55 p.m.
" " Lex'ton at 9:25 a.m.
L'vLex'ton at 5 p.m.
" Paris at.5:55 p.m. and 0:20
A'r at Maysville 8:10 p.m. and 8:di- u.m
LAMAR IIU USE,-
(GREEN CHEATHAM, Pkop'r.)
One Square from Railroad Depot -All
Baggage transferred to and fro, free oj
LIVBliY STABLE ATTACKED
Fashionable Barter 1
Opp. Post-office Paris, Ky
W. T. OVBBBY.
WHOLESALE LUMBER DJEALEE
White and Yellow Pine, PopLir
and Oak Timber for
Attorney at Law,
Carl i sift, Ky.
Will pxactico in the courts of Nichols
tad adjoining counties. Special and
prompt attention given to cqUjbqUos.
t: v. hall,
formerly of Cincinnati.
MILLERSBURG, - - - KY.
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