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of the Presbyterian church (S.
is city, will give an excursion to
ks, on the 14th inst. See their
rs returned to Missouri Wednes-
aking with him Alex.
fcmlth ;horse, and a car-load of
emocrat should be at his post
vote for Offutt for
7edpre State ticket and for amend
one of the proprietors of the
,? to be here Thursday, was an
r Gen. Jubal Early and Stone-
u, in Virginia.
lying verbatim copy of a written
pnt is stuck up in this city :
Iner Cow & half aldner Calf and
ug Cow giving milk aply to
y last, Cora, an eleven year old
Richard Duncan, living near
fell from a swing in Boone's
aking her back and causing
ntly. Carlisle Mercury'.
,of Major N. H. Hotchkiss, the
tent of the C. & O., died recently
of her son-in-law J. T. Ellyson,
ind. Va where she was
itmcnt for an acute disease.
i- -a tic Committee of this Judic-
3 lfnlnrpd thfi following vote
!' -.,... i-n- T 1? "MVrtri
uningham, 1,317, C. H. Breck,
of Madison county was not
poradic cholera resulting in the
jolored man, has taken place m
iear the old freight depot of the
i. Dr, Bennett says that a gorge
.vas the cause of it, and that
:son to suppose that it will be-
- i shot and perhaps fatally
n Gatewood, col'd, whom he
lg his chicksns Wednesday
it which the thief left showed
charge of over 100 shot struck
ie left car. A sack containing
as was also captured.
"id will sell round trip tickets
Till Camp meeting now going
the 13th inst. at very reduced J
v trains will be run on August
,. l 12th, leaving Lexington at
p. august 7th and 8th Rev. T.
4;e, the eminent divine of New
introduced the color-bearer
battle-flag of Zeke Clay's old
3 absence of the flag-staff was
ie statement that a lady in
IPFThad baen left, rather than
IV ro ennori rtf T?ei1rnlK. broke
i!tHeix oincerK iiuau uuu. uu
ier reporter on the Presidential
slandered Col. Craddock by
lm as "an excursion fiend who
own to miss a trip or spend a
here's that dollar he gave Press
bus agent, for making six
c line to the Licks this sum-
)AY, foreman on the farm for
ut the little finger of bis left
ly off Tuesday afternoon, while
rass from a choked-up mowing
r. Munday also had the fore
sight hand crushed with
le sergeant-major in iub uw
rlgade, at the battle of Gettys-
held his first and
"i.irict Court here Wednesday,
Ptt aeputy snerin rruu. aim-
.jnfor Abram Barton, of Mil-is
of unsound mind. Yester-
rmstrong made an inventory of
id will sell off the personal
- early day, and at the next
will procure an order for the
d for Confederate bonds is ex-cable
dispatch received from
hrin it is alleged that a syndicate
"Tre buy ing them up in order to
witli tne expectation luai iub
ates will at some time or otber
nay them. The plan for
s to defeat the attempt oi any
lie to obtain credit i Europe
ipndsiare in some way provided
ery pretty scheme provided it
superintendent of the Bell
Jnpany in Kentucky, created
Irf nun uiuuug LucouusciLuciaiu
JUJU II vuuvouiij, KMJT
t Oyalty of niteen cents per
?ages sent between here and
Edition to the dollar a week
f ltract during xne year wnicn
first. The subscribers kicked,
o-accede to the extortionate de-
ighteen our oi twenty-two ox
nts were at once removea irom
Rev. G. C. Newton preached at Independence
The Rev. Mr. Moore will compliment his
old. congregation hero Sunday with a
It is rumored that Jas. Roberts is negotiating
for the lease of the Purnell House from
J. J. Long.
Royse Allen is buying a car load of Shorthorns
and grade cattle for a Texas man now
at the Licks.
The Misses Wadell, Mrs. Belle Taylor and
several others will camp at the Parks Hill
What has Millersburg done that she can't
get a circus ? We'll promise an audience of
2,000 to the first one that comes.
"Uncle" John A. Miller has charge of Jas.
Conway's new beef shop, and would be pleased
to have his old friends pay him a call.
Joseph McClelland sold Wednesday, 28
two-year-old mules 1(5 hands high the ttnest
in the county, to Ashurst & Leonard, of New
Orleans, a170 per head.
Mrs. Prof. J. R. Day and daughter Miss
Lizzie Willmore," calculate to make a visit
to Rev. Howard Henderson and Mrs. E.
Nunn, in Jersey City, in a few days.
One of our good citizens remarked Monday,
that it kept our citizens busy in patch
ing up the characters of our distinguished
men, and that the task is becoming irksome.
Amos Jameson, magistrate and Turnpike
Commissioner, and a very liberal Republican,
says that he is for the election of John
G. Carlisle for Speaker, Senator and President
of the United States.
The Rev. James M. Bent has acknowledged
to his friends here that he made a great mistake
(for his own good) in his rude and uncivil
treatment to the News editor, and is
heartily sore of his conduct.
Mrs. Jane S. Mcintosh, Louisville, says;
"My daughter has been an invalid for years,
and Brown's Iron Bitters has afforded her re
Kelley Brent returned from a trip to St.
Jno. B. Miller and wife arc in on a
month's visit from Washington.
Hon. J. Proctor Knott once taught schooi,
and his father was a shoemaker.
Mayor Purnell went over to Crab Orchard
yesterday evening, on law business.
Oscar Taylor arrived home from Cumberland
Falls last night chuck full of fishing
Mrs. Capt. Ed. Taylor and children have
taken board at the Bourbon House, to spend
the heated term.
A New Jersey lady waded out and pulled
in her husband, who was drowning. As
usual, she grabbed him by the hair.
Mrs. Jennie Marshall and Mrs. Katie
of Indianapolis, lnd., are here on a
visit to their mother, Mrs. M. E. Williams.
Mrs. Hattie Hill, Mrs. Henry, Misses
Lizzie and iaura Hickman and Thos. Owens
left Wednesday evening, for a trip to Portland,
Miss Tommie Stitt, of Flemingyburg,vili
sail far Europe early in September, to complete
her studies in German and finish her
Johnnie Armstrong, formerly of Carlisle,
but now with Otis W. Snyder, of Lexington,
was married last Mis
Emma Hall, of Lexington.
A white man and a black one playing
cards behind fence within throe fee.
of Shawhan's Station, was one of the encouraging
sights that the eyes of the News fell
on Friday evening as the train rushed by
Judge B. F. Buckner was given an elegant
dinner at the Phoenix hotel, at Lexington,
Tuesday night, through compliment of
one hundred citizens of that city. None
perhaps in the history of the State, ever filled
a judicial bench with more honors than
It is not generally known that the marriage
of Harrison Stoker to Mrs. Wm. Hendricks
on Sunday, took place with the bride
and groom sitting in a buggy in front of
Judge Turney's house, but it is true. Sam
James, our deputy Jailor, held the horae
while Judge Turney tied the knot.
The following persons were in the railroad
disaster at Carlydon. N. Y., the other
day and escaped unhurt, while there were
so many around them killed and wounded :
Mrs. Rutherford and mother, Mrs. W. E,
Simms and two children, of this city; Miss
Bullock, of Lexington, and Miss Craft, of
Mississippi, were also with the little party
This was our James McCarney, late clerk
of the Bourbon House, and his brother Joe
and wife, of whom the Richmond Herald
pathetically speaks :
"Among many incidonts that occurred at
the late re-union of Morgan's cavalry at
Lexington, the following is interesting:
When Gov. McCreary completed his speech
and came down from the platform a lady
and gentleman approached him with visible
emotion, and told him of the death of their
hmthor. .Tnmps McCarnev. which occurred
I only a few days before the reunion, and of
his request, xnai. a ii luu ximu uuuuiu uo
to its owner, Col. McCreary. The Bible
was presented to him during the war by
Dr. Handy, an eminent Virginia minister,
and Gov. McCreary carried it in his breast
pocket in prison and in the army, but in the
rapid rides and hard service in Virginia just
before the close of the war he lost it in some
unaccountable way, but his name and other
writings showed to whom it belonged. After
eighteen years this little worn and faded
companion is restored to him, and he says
lie will always be grateful to those whoso
kindly preseved it and retured it to him."
Our citizens are now having a good time
in studying the effects of the new time-table
of the K. C. railroad. It will be seen that
two afternoon trams nave oeen
the 3:10 train from Lexington and the
train from Covington which passed here at
5:15. The morning train from Covington
goes through to Richmond, and clpse
is made at this point over the branch
road to Lexington. The evening trains from
Richmond, Lexington and Maysville all arrive
here at 3:15. The evening train from
Covington arrives here at 6:15, connecting
with trains to Stanford Junction, Lexington
S2&. The :day was clear iSK
pie iromiufuir ------- f
tSe dlrauB men wore more a cheerful ook
under the Sal rays of the sun, than they
did at Oil City on Saturday, their sixteenth
of rain and misfortune. The performance
delighted the Franklinitcs, and the
canvas was filled both afternoon and night
to overflowing. To-day they show at
and will meet with big success as they
deserve.-Franklin Cor. Oil City Derrick,
' . t
The Big Show on the Otli.
Nathans & Co's Eight Great Consolidated
Shows are to appear at PARIS, on Thursday
August 9th, and the good people of Bourbon
County are awaiting in eager expectancy its
long anticipated coming.
This celebrated organization has undoubtedly
struck the key-note to popular favor
and are every where reaping a rich harvest
of golden sheaves.
nTi,a ne thrnnchout the entire route over
which they have travelled this season speak
in the highest terms of the many superior
features of their attractive exhibition, and
their receipts are reported to have been phenomenally
large wherever they have exhibited.
THE mail from Louisville arrives in Lexington
every day at 11:30, yet, .through the
meanness of theimail agents, it cannot arrive
here on the 4:15 train, but has to be held
oyer in next day.
E3 DHIEST a3iaC3l ft3t
WAIT, . WAIT AND
THIS SPEAKS OF THE ONLY BIG SHOW COMING TO
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL ITS DATES BE CHANGED.
IS THE TIME FIXED FOR THE COMING OF THE GREAT SHOW
TO PA? IS, AND IT WILL EXHIBIT ON THAT ONE DAY ONLY.
N O'BRIEN'S SIX BIG SHOWS
ALL COMBINED FOR THIS SEASON ONLY,
With HAWDENBERG & CO.'S 'ROYAL CIRCUS, ASTLEY'S GREAT
LONDON MUSEUM AND MENAGERIE, 20 times
greater tnan ever.
""- i iHTMTI flH i I I1 'iTfr iiiTFliTXT i I Wii fOiTWB iipti HiifrMfii
A Combination of 6 first-class shows in one. Three great Monster Railroad Trains ! $2,000,000 actually
Invested! Six Acres of Canvass! 20 times bigger than an Show ever exhibited here before!
1,000 MEN, HORSES AND ANIMALS ! More new and novel features than any 12 ordinary shows traveling.
GIANT ELEPHANT EMPRES, costing $30,000.
A.T YOU "VSTXXjXj SS13E3.
The onlv groupe of Zulus. The only band of Cabin Singers. The old blood-sweating hippopotamus. The Jonly six groat
Clowns. The onlv baby Lions six weeks old. The troupe of Japanese. The $50,000 ArcticJAquarium of Sea Lions. The
Largest Performing Elephants in the World. The only Black Hairy Rhinoceros. The only Stud oCS20,000 Trick Stallions.
The onlv six great military Bands. The onlv Great Street parade ever seen here, THE GIANT SHOW OF THUi
THIS IS THE BIG SHOW YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR.:
Don't confound us with any of the small concerns that are prowling
WE ARE THE ACKHOWLEDGED BIG SHOW;
Just added the only Egyptian Bovalopus ever' exhibited. THE CIRCUS embraces more Equestrians, more Yalters, more
Gymnasts, more Clowns, MORE SPECIALTIES THAN ANY SHOW IN AMERICA.
nd now a few words to the people of PARIS and vicinity. You all know the show. It has always been known as the
BIG SHOW. It is now Bigger and Better than ever. The Pictorial Bills of the O'BRIEN Six Big Shows are correct representations
of the wonderful features which can be witnessed in the Circus and Menagerie.
THE GREATEST OF ALL SHOWS. NO EXCEPTIONS.-
1 Ml SMT PM IS 21
mUTIl ui BRILLIANT.
rvu.n n i vinnt.inn wit.h !inv ofchftr shows. The time is fixed The O'Brien's Biff Show
never chances or postpones, and his show is too big to need a combination with any other. Two Thousand
Reserved Cushioned Chairs at but a slight advance. ADMISSION, 50 cents. Children under nine years
old, 25 cents.
Arrangements liave been perfected for reduced rates on all Railroads.
Will also exhibit at Carlisle, August 8th; Maysville, August 9th; Win
chester, August 13th, and Lexington, August ltn.
REMEMBER OUR DATE IS PARIS, AUGUST 10th, 1883.
JOHN J, IM, Prop'r, JOUR J, LOIC, M
Rates, Two Bollars Per Da,
Nice Sample Rooms for Commercial men
Livery and Sale Stable Connected
' ' s My Bourbon News. .' h. s .i
anient and Democratic Published from the Happy Side of Life for the Benefit of Those Now Haying Breath in Their Bodies. Price, $2, 00 for One Year, or, $2,000 for 1,000 Years CASH !
PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY, AUGUST 3. 1883. NO. 150.
od time to cut elders.
rpBBow will speak at the Court-
F tt :. ... . . .,
K,aa.AuuiN wiu speaic at me
nffn.nnnn nf VlT.rkA
Ott boys are now on trial at Car-
Tioting Dr. Robbins, near Myers'
Ifcasks "Why is the Paris
5 L9 to Srow UP in "vveeds and un"
i "I Itect to attend sale of Jersey cat-tm.
Thursday the 9th at Fair
Gild bring your wives with you.
Thomas has preached three funs
and one regular discourse,
fweeney's absence one week ago.
L Asbuky will; speak at the fair
norrow at 11 o'clock, and G. W.
Stanford, at 3 o'clock in the af ter-
FIRE IHSUEAICE I '
IN TEE WORLD J
QT bosses Promptly Paid,
JS Rates as Low as The Lowest.
"BLUE GRASS ROUTE1'
KY. CENTRAL BAIL ROAD.
Is the shortest and quickest ronfc
to MISSOURI, KANSAS and
TEXAS. Tickets to all
points Ncrfch, East
Time Card in Effect July 29th, 'SS:
Lve Covington 8:00 am
Lve Falmouth 9:35 am
Lve Cynthlana 10:40 am
Arr Paris 11:15 am
Arr Winchester 12:10 pm
Lve Winchester 12:25 pm
Lve Richmond 1:40 pm
Arr Stanford June
Lve Stanford June 4:45 am
Lve Lancaster : . 5:10 am
Lve Richmond 0:30 am
Arr Winchester . . . . 7:33 am
Le Winchester 7:33 am
Arr Paris 8 3) am
Lve Falmouth 1 i:U4 am
ArrUoviugLon ... . . jl:i5am
:,:'. , ru
4:. 5 pm
MAYSVILLE A: LEXINGTON DIVISION
Lve Maysville U:i0 am
Lve v artlsie 7:-So am
Live .MillersbnrK 7:otLiuu
Lve Carlisle .
Arr Lexington . .
Arr Paris . . .
Lve Lexington G:0U am
U10 1 l:i
11:30 am I
12:05 pm J
8 3v am
2:25 : m
Arrive at Paris going Northward at 8:15 pm,
arriving at Covington at 6:30 pm.
Trains going Southward leaves Coylngten
at 8:0!) pm, arriving nt 0:13 pm.
Specif Kates to EUUGKAXT.
K5For tickots, rates and information
to time, connections, &c, call on wr
address JOHN STUABT, Aoekt,
C. L. Bkown,
G. P. & F. A,
Grand Opera Build'g,
(GREEN CHEATHAM, Fbop'b.)
One Square from Railroad Depot KM
Baggage transferred to and fro, free $
LIVERY STABILE ATTACHE
Walnut and Cherry Logs.
Will pay cash for logs ten, twelve and
and fourteen feet long. Must be straight
and clear of bad defects, and not leas than
eighteen inches in diameter.
J. M. THOMAS,
Bbo4Jdway, Paris Ky,
Office Hours 1 1 " 4 P. M,
PHARES T. TKROOP,
CARLISLE, - - KY.u
Office over B. F. Adair's grocery r
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