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THE BOTffiBOtf NEWS.
PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FBIDATO. '
BRUCE CHAMP, Editor
"Bouebon News Publishing Co.
One year in advance, - - - - $2.00
Six months in advance, - - - 1. 00
Entered at the Post-office at Paris,
Ky., as second class mail matter.
That uncrowned King of every Democratic :
SAMUEL J. TILDEN.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
'MiJ. Tilden's companion fn Victory and in
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS.
Itlchard Beid, of Mt. Sterling, is a candidate
for Judge of the Court of Appeals, to
Judge Hargis subject to the action of
the Democracy of the First Appellate District.
There w ere 798 deaths from cholera in
Roy Cluke is a candidate Clerk of the
city of Lexirjgton.
TflE brokers that have corraled the
trade dollars are organizing for a raid in
In the recent State election, it looks as
though the white Republicans scratched
their Asbury well.
The Kentuckian of Wednesday shows
figures for James L. Brown's election
over Chas Offutt, by 316 majority, when
jnst the reverse is the correct statement.
08CAB Wilde says a man "need not
wear a coat to be a poet." Oscar is right.
Indeed, a great many don't wear coats.
They can't afford it.
There is a man in Caldwell county who
chews tobacco, swallows the juice, and
when the quid is sufficiently masticated
he swallows that also.
Atlanta is known as the great melon
centre of the South. Another great
melon scenter is a colored man who gets
in his work in on the dark of the moon.
A game of baseball was played at
Ky., recently, which beats any
of the professional games all to nothing.
One side made 46 runs and the other side
Gentleman of sporting proclivities
might exercise their betting qualities on
the conditions of the contents of that red-hot
bank safe in the ruins of the Atlanta
Blackbuen has pardoned Edward
who was sent to the penitiary for
the murder of an old man in Laurel county.
He served eleven months of his sentence.
A scientific commison has been
stay the causes of the
earth-quake. They should remain
on the gronnd until the ground until the
The wife United States Senator W. B.
Allison, of Iowa, drowned herself in the
Mississippi river at Dubuque, Sunday
night. She had suffered for years with
Sunday the mutilated remains of four
white men were found in a railroad camp
on the Cincinnati Southern road, near
Cumberland Falls, Ky. The theory is
the men fought a double duel over a game
Dorsey is either a bad man or else
there are bad Democrats in Indiana. He
says they were bought for two dollars
apiece. It is more likely they were mean
Republicans who said they weie Democrats
Judge Beckner thinks that if he should
make the race for Appellate Judge, the
common schools of Kentucky would
a shock which they could not recover
for a full generation, and therefore
The light vote is explained by the fact
that in nearly half the counties in the
State there were no opposition to the
Democratic candidates for the Legislature.
The falling off in the vote is about equally
shared by the two parties.
Mr. Sullivan, the eminent professor
of pugilism, is not so dangerous behind
the bar as the ring, Thousands of cultured
citizens of Boston have no difficulty
whatever in "standing up before him"
when the bar-counter intervenes.
Gloomy reports come from the cotton
crop in Mississippi. Around Greenville,
Washington-count", the largest cotton-producing
county in the United States,
the worms have destroyed whole fields:
The drouth is also doing great damage.
When an Effingham (III.) man climbed
a tree the other night and attempted to
enter the second story window of his
house in that manner, his wife naturally
mistook him for a burglar, and gave him
the contents of a revolver. If he recovers
he will invest in a night key.
Gen Boy.nton, the Washington
of the Cincinnati Commercial
Gazette, was attacked by a Mr. Fitzgerald
Monday about an article that had appear-in
his paper some days before. The General
not only knocked Fitzgerald down,
hut ranliim a whole block and then kicked
him, till his pants took fire. Courier-Journal.
The human family has a constant
yearning for a book particularly that
portion of it in Bourbon oouuty. Not
long since, a peculiarly felt want a biographical
sketch of each lawyer in the
county. Then the commoners and other
men of miscellaneous greatness clamored
for something in which to view their
printed biographies, and a history was
tumbled into the aching void. And now
the business men, including everything
from a measurer of silk and lace down to
the rag and old iron singers, not to be
left out among the great lonesome, after
a long season of pining and mopping off
the July and August perspiration, have
had a book added to their libraries a
vade mecum affair for counting room use,
for the simple sum of ten dollars. We
have not examined the book, but we've
heard it severely criticised. We know
not of it's merits. It may be good ij;
may be bad. All who care to buy them,
we feel assured in saying that they can
be supplied at the low sum of ten dollars
and, on a pinch, a few might be had
second-hand, for a smaller sum.
A. Horrible Murder.
A most horrible and atrocious triple
murder was committed Tuesday near
Point Burnside, Ky. on the Cincinnati
Southern railway. Three men, named
Joseph Claiburn and James and Joseph
Randalls, drew their month's pay the day
before, and it was reported that the Randalls
had a large sum from the bank.
They worked on the road and camped in
the woods. Tuesday night Frank Stagle
and an accomplice crept into the camp
and cut off the heads of two of the sleeping
men, and riddled their bodies with
bullets, and partially cut the head off
Claiborne. They then robbed them and
threw the Randall brothers over a cliff
100 feet high, and when about to throw
Claiborne over were frightened off. He
lived long enough to give Stagle's name.
The murderers fled and separated.
was captured Wednesday at
Ky and returned to Point Burnside.
It is reported that a band is organized to
mob him. A large reward will be offered
for his accomplice's capture. The murdered
men were well-to-do and quite popular.
At present there is quite a controversy
going on in the papers about the killing
of Gen. John Morgan, It is generally
conceded that private Andy Campbell, of
the 13th Tennessee killed him, while
stooping under a grape vine to escape
from the yard of Mrs. Williams' residence,
but the after life of Campbell is in
dispute. One writer says that Campbell
after being promoted to a Secend Lieutenancy,
became a debauched bar-room
loafer and was killed in an Arkansaw grocery.
Another writer says he still lives,
and is in Indiana, As the former
comes from one of his army colleagues,
it is to be most credited. The
woman who piloted the Federals to
headquarters, is now filling a Government
clerkship at Washington.
The storm begins early in Virginia.
The sky is aheady overcast and the rag-
ged edges of black clouds are sweeping
the ground. Mahone is serene. He
claims with apparent confidence that the
chan( es of victory in the coming election
are on his side ; but it is to be observed
all the same that the little Senator de
votes himself vigorously to the work of
the campaign just as if he had graye
doubts about the result. The leading
Straightouts have gone furiously into the
fight, with a determination to win.
Judging iroAi present appearances, Old
Virginia will be sadly torn up this fall.
It will not be surprising if Congress at
the coming session embarks in the
wholesale investigation. Congressional
investigations, for political purposes
only, are usually unprofitable.
Valuable time is wasted, to say nothing
of the money thrown aAUiy. No doubt
the Democratic leaders can best serve
their party by doing the regular work of
the session quietly, and keeping clear of
all jobs and questionable schemes.
John Hite, the editor the Paris
quotes his uncle George Wash
ington as saying "Ike cut it with my little
hatchet," when accosted by his father
about that cherry tree business. It appears
that the old man misunderstood
George's little pun and went for him all
the same, and it's a pity but what the old
man had lived to fiourisn his cherry tree
clubs around in the Kentucky office for a
Hon. Rich. Reid, of Montgomery, one
of the Judges of the Superior Court, is a
candidate for Judge Hargis' seat on the
Appellate Bench at the election next August.
Judge Reid has made a fine record
as a Judge and we are of the opinion that
his district can not do better than to promote
him to the position he desires.
Lebanon Standard and Times.
A petrified boot heel and a hornet's
nest have been recently found on Slate
creek, in Montgomery county. If a
closer search doesn't reveal that fellow's
hat who was getting away from those
hornets, then we are no judge of prehistoric
Vennor predicted that this week would
be the hottest of the year, and the sun
would be so close to the earth that tall
men would have to go on 'all fours" to
prevent their hair being singed off. We
thought Vennor had stopped lying and
was trying to lead a different life.
Mrs. Dr. Hurst is getting -along
Mason Johnson is attending the Richmond
fair this week.
The iron fence now being erected
around the public square, cost 80 cents
Still they jorm in strings at the post-office,
in their eagerness to get a peep at
the villainous News.
Signor John W. Barnetti has gone up
to Paris to help clerk for Conway &
Paul, in their saloon.
Miss 'Delia McClintock left yesterday
to visit to her cousin Wm. Letcher, at
Richmond, durng the fan-.
Miss Mary Winn, who has been the
guest of Miss Mattie Butler, returned to
Jier home at Mt. Sterling, Wednesday.
Miss Louie Warford will teach the free
school again A thief stole a quarter
of beef from Jndy & Ingels Thieves
stole 15 gallons of whisky for Joe Grimes.
Johnnie McClintock arrived home
Wednesday evening from New York,
bringing with him two car loads of registered
Alderneys, which will about complete
the 100 head to be sold at Lexington
It has been ascertained that the man
who shot marshall Cargyle, subscribed 25
cents on the oitizen's list toward offering
a reward for the arrest and conviction of
himself. It's about time for three or four
gentleman to skip.
STOVE FOR SALE.
I HAVE a new carpet and a No. 1 cooking
stove which I wili sell privately.
DWELLING FOB BENT.
DWELLING with four rooms and kitchen,
good garden, &c, on Main street, for
rent. Apply to Dr. J. T. McMILLAN.
Ibo Scholar s Wanted
AVING been a diligent scholar and will
. nnntinilP in lip rmo Hnrincr m nnmin.
season, of Prof. Andre, of Cincinnati, one of
the most famed teachers of classic music in
the West, I feel assured that I have competency
of sub-conveying his rare Instructions
to a large class each week as they are given
to me, and will feel complimented with a
liberal patronage from those desiring instructions
in that Art of Arts.
MRS. ISAAC CLAY, Par's, Ky.
On SATURDAY, AUGUST 18th,
at 10 o'clock, a. m., at the grounds of the
Bourbon County Agricultural Society, sfx
booths and other privileges will be rented to
the higest bidder, among which are
CANDY AND POP-CORN,
Each booth and privilege rented separately.
For terms apply to J. T. HINTON, Chm.
W. A. Parker, Sec'y.
For its Third Annual Exhibition,
Offers the most liberal premiums in all De-
puxiimuiiis, ana nas ine most attractive
Programme ever presented.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
September 18 to 22, '83.
A Magnificent Amphitheater !
Splendid Stables for Stock !
Trotting and Running Races !
Bicycle and Foot Races !
Slowest Mule and Sack Races !
$25 eacli for tlie best samples of
Wlieat and Tobacco !
$200 for tlie Handsomest Baby !
Magnificent Amphitheater-Splendid Stables
for Stock, Plenty of Pure, Fresh
Water, and the
BEST MILE TRACK 111 THE UNITED STATES,
J. D. KEUOE, JOHN W. WATSON,
LAND, STOCK fc CttOP.
On Thursday, September 13th,
I WILL sell at public sale, on the premises
near Shawhan's station, Bourbon county,
all of my real estate and personal property,
470 ACHES OF LAND,
WU1U11 Villi UU U1V1UUU lUW LIUCL5 us iuuuws: I
380 acres lying together, can be sold into two I
tracts; z&) acres in one tract; j.w acres containing
a GBIST MILL, DISTILLEBX
and comfortable dwelling; 5i acres with no
improvements, and 44 acres lying in the
edge of Harrison county on a pike from the
Paris to Lairs Station, with moderate improvements.
There is a good turnpike running
through the main body of the lands
from Shawhan's Station to the Mt. Carmel
pike where it intersects the Paris &
pike. The body of land lies well, is
highly productive, well watered, and well
sustains the wide-spread reputation of old
Bourbon from the agricultural as well as the
The personal property sold on same day,
consists in part of
NINE HEAD OF MULES,
A lot of brood mares and colts, cows, calves
and yearling cattle, 60 sheep and 40 hogs;
also my FARMING IMPLEMENTS, consisting
of a self-binding reaper, three wagons and
gearing, horse-cart; plows, farm tools, crops,
Terms made known on day of sale.
Sale will commence at 10 a. m., sharp.
GEO. PUGH, Shawhan, Ky.
P. S. I will also sell at public sale at the
same time, 200 barrels of whiskey of the
crop of '81, '82 and '83
' HOTEL FOR SALE.
HAVING DETERMINED TO MIGRATE
to Texas, I will offer at private sale, the
BOTJEBOW HOUSE, the principal hotel
property of Paris. The house is large,
roomy and located in the old and business
portion of the city, and has a fine paying
trade. Will sell the house and fixtures at a
bargain. For full particulars, call on address
HENRY TURNEY, Proprietor.
That is what a great
many people are doing.
They don't know just what
is the matter, but they have
a combination of pains and
aches, and each month they
The only sure remedy
yet found is Brown's Iron
Bitters, and this by rapid
and thorough assimilation
with the blood purifies and
enriches it, and rich, strong
blood flowing to every part
of the system repairs the
wasted tissues, drives out
disease and gives health and
This is why Brown's
Iron Bitters will cure
kidney and liver diseases,
neuralgia, dyspepsia, malaria,
intermittent fevers, &c.
203 S. Paca St., Baltimore.
I was a great sufferer from.
Dyspepsia, and for several
weeks could eat nothing and
was growing weaker every
day. I 'fried Brown's Iron
Bitters, and am happy to say
I now have a good appetite,
and am getting stronger.
Brown's Iron Bitters
is not a drink and does not
contain whiskey. It is the
only preparation of Iron
that causes no injurious effects.
Get the genuine.
Don't be imposed on with
J. W. FOX, FOR one years Principal
1 W 1 of Stnnv
emy, in this county, will open a select, scnoui
for young men and boys, in the city rf Paris,
on the second Monday in September next,
in the building on Pleasant street, recently
occupied by Prof. Lockhart.
For terms or any other information in regard
to the school he refers to Judge Turney
or Hon. G. C. Lockhart.
THE 46th annual fair of the Bourbon
County Agricultural Society will be
held at Paris, Ivy., September 4th and continue
five days. 7,000 IN PKE3IIU3IS. New
stand! New stables! One of the best half-mile
tracks in the State! In addition to the
regular class rings for stock, there will be
two trots each day. Location of grounds all
that could be desired accessible from all
poiuts by jail. Floral Hall with its usual
attractions. The Kentucky Central railroad
and branches will run special trains at
excursion rates. For particulars, address
the secretary. W. A. PARKER, Sec'y.
J. W. Ferguson, .Pres't.
Entries to purses close August 9th.
THE College is pleasantly located on Main
street, Paris,Ky. The school-rooms and
boarding department are perfect in all their
appointments, ready for the ensuing term.
The College opens 3Ionday, September 10th,
1883, with a faculty of 10 teachers.
A. SANDERS, Principal.
ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12tii,1SS3,
I will sell at public sale, on the premises
at Ruddles Mills, the following property:
One lot of 16 acres of land, adjoining the
Methodist church, containing a one-story
residence with three rooms good well of
water. Will sell it as a tract or will divide
to suit the purchasers.
At the same time, one double house with
six rooms, on a lot of about an acre the
property now being occupied by Nelson Stephens
and Ambrose McCarney.
TERMS. One-half of the purchase money
down, and the balance in twelve months
with 6 per cent, interest. A lein will be held
on the property for purchase money.
E. C. FOSTER.
Polk Forsyth, Auctioneer.
Paris Omnibus Line.
Two first-class busses will connect with
all 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.'E. Mann, Prop'r.
GBR BIG : STOCK !
OUR LOW PRICES
Being overstocked and -not having
space to display our goods, we will oa
for 30 days
UHUSUAL BARGAINS f
icnori OTifh mmsna.1
LINENS, DOYLIES, TOWELS, COUNTE?
PANES, &c, are of the richest designs and qu
ity. A full line of WHITE GOODS, HA1'
BURGS and LAOES and all the latest novelti'l
of the season.
LADIES' AND GENTS' NECKWARE -
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Down They Gtoi
IN ORDER TO REDUCE OUR LARGE STOCK WE WILL OFFER
during the next 60 day our Spring and Summer Clothing at twenty
per cenii. xess ouaii luiiutu pnues,
JLIJ.CJJ. Q SU11M,
Men's fine suits,
Men's fine suits,
Men's fine suits,
Gents' fine suits,
Gents' fine suits,
Boys' fine suits,
Mens' luster coats,
Mens' luster coats,
Boys luster coats,
Remember that all these goods are new; only bought this season.
Don't fail to call early and you can buy.
McCLTTB & INGELS.
care. Our TATar,,
xui one luuiiey. notice our prices
W.IU, 1CKIUCW UAJLL.C, D tt.OXJ
6.00: i tl 7.50
12.00; (t tt 14.00
14.00; ( ft 18.00
5.50; ( tt 7.00
7.00; tl tt 9.00
3.00; tl tt 4.00
2.50; 11 tt 3.00
o It tt
x .25; 4.00
1.25; (t tt 1.75
H H y
a SO .' .iff
importations of a Vpf
Ocisbiiiieres, imae uiObBS
are of the newest aiif
of our past Spring and Summit
entire satisfaction on that SQp&
suit exactly in an outfit, but am,
rrTmr a TVTTrr.T7
mortal greets his p.
enough for you ?" and'
ha succeeded in maT
man by donning some
REMEMBER THAT W
OUR GREAT MA
revolves on its axis,
a good article at a fc'
Z.RH iaiori '..V
JAMES K. DAVIS.
Are now daily receiving
xc75ciii.u ix -Fern
Cheviots, &c, all of which
Having never made a misfit in all
trade, we need not fear guaranteeing
Call and see us ; we'll not only
save you money.
TAKE WARNING I HOT
IS DOWN UPON TJS WTTTT A RWOOP
consults the thermometer and the poor, perspiring
totype with the time-worn interrogation, "Hot
fiendishly smiles to himself as he reflects that he
mg another unhappy victim to "Old Sol's" rays
NOW THEREFORE,' instead of consulting the
once and interview US, and feel yourself a new
LOW SCALE OP PRICES STILI .HOLDS GOOD.
zS$ SVrF1, 0ONTINUES. The world Afe-Sible'
ca? eftxl buyers come to headquarters for
p fc af
J. L TAYLOR 4 CO., Praprietfe; -...-