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JL ARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY. OCTOBER 16, 1885. NO. 171.
The Bourbon baby crop is booming.
Celery and cranberries at Bayi.es &. Rion's.
See the new time table of the K. C.f which
went into effect Sunday.
Neai. says that Craft was an innocent
man. So does almost everybody now.
T'e guarantee every oyster if not satisfactory
your money refunded. B ayies & Riox.
Our. fourth of July days were brought to a
sudden end by a Sunday night.
Tnr. Simpson Colored Fair Association
were losers to the amount of $9.83 on their
Ed. Tuttle, a brakeinan who got his leg
mashed at the C. & O. yards in Lexington,
.has since died.
J. C. Owens & Co., of Maysville, received
SO 0C0 bushels of coal during the rise of the
river last week.
A swarm of bees have taken up winter
quarters in the ball on the spire of the
Fked Haktman, while" hunting chestnuts
near Flemingsburg, fell from a tree and re
ceived fatal injuries.
A vein of iron ore ten feet thick has been
discovered on the farm of Judge W. H.
"Winn, near Lexington.
A little girl at Versailles swallowed some
1iot soup, whiph burned her so severely as to
cause her death the next day.
The price of gas has been reduced from S2
to S1.S0 in Louisville, in consequence of the
electric light making inroads.
An eagle was killed in Washington county
last Monday, which measured six feet nine
inches from tip to tip of wings.
A EARGE lot of excursionists from Carlisle
jmn Millersburg passed through here yesterday
for the Louisville Exposition.
It 13 said that a big gang of fishermen
about Kiser's will be indicted at the present
session of the grand jury, for seining.
That line of rifle-pits running across the
Court-house yard is being severely commented
upon by the citizens of the county.
Morgan's men of Warren county, will
hold a re-union at Rich pond, on tho 27th.
Gen. Duke and Clarenr e McElroy will orate.
An intoxicated anan who hurrahed for
Je.T. Davis on Shinners' block, got lodging
in castle de McCarney Saturday night and
A 8P.ECIAI. train leaves Louisville now
every Saturday night at 11 o'clock for Lexington,
and will continue until after the Ex
J. Ma'j:t Long, a well-known commercial
drummer, was elected sheriff of Adama
county, Ohio, last Tuesday, by a fine large
.1 oiin Howaed, of Ruddles Mills, was elected
poor-house keeper yesterday, by the
Rev. J. C. Webb has organized at Bowling
Green a club of yoiuig men who obligate
themselves to oschew the use of liquors, tobacco,
OCTOBEu2oth has been announced as "West
Virginia Day" at the Louisville Exposition,
at which time tho C. & O. -will run a big excursion
KOUthWard. That iS
Vtt.t rrnnca ar-a flvitlfT
a sign that they are tired of stayin;
Tho weather has nothing to do with
SQMEof the Bluegrass planters prefer to
cover their tobacco barns with tin. They
think the curing process is more satisfactory
under a metal roof.
Conductor Farmer, of ono of the K. C.
freight trains, missed his footing and fell
from his train hereSaturday, and broke tho
bones of his right thigh.
Craft was promptly hanged at Grayson,
at 12:30 last Friday, by request of the law.
He died proclaiming his iniroconce, and
that Jim Hefln swore his life away.
Ambrose Wilson, marshal of Sadleville,
was shot and killed Saturday, by a drunken
man named James Crelghton. Wilson was
to have been married nex Thursday.
A small wagon loaded with chestnuts
from Estill county, was seen on our streets
last week. The vender reported tho chestnut
crop short, on account of the drouth.
It's getting about time for the churches to
dish out one small oyster and a bowl of cold
soup to the natives, at 25 cents, and charge
them extra for the grab-bag experience.
The contract to put up the telephone line
from Washington to Mayslick has been
awarded to Mr. James Huff, at SCO per mile,
and the work will bo commenced at once.
A crank evangelist on our streets Sunday, j
the poor man who dies in his sins, for when
ho dies he has a perpendicular divel 'in
The Richmond Register has discovered
another turkey cock that has sat uPon and
hatched a nest of eggs, and is engaged in the
motherly duties of scrathing for tho young
. JIt. Sterling is badly torn up because the
Montgomery County Court refused to submit
to a vote of the county the S100,000 subscription
to the Paris, Georgotown and
Several flocks of partridges are still loose
in this citj One flock was in the yard ot
the News residence Sunday and Monday
mornings, and another largo one in Elder
Sweeney's yard. Tho country is also said to
be full of them.
The Bourbon Fair Grounds were rented
Saturday to tho highest bidder until January
1st, 1885, to a Mr. Kelley, of Michigan, for
S175. Mr. Kelley will open a training stable,
and the probability is that we will be favored
Tflth Rome trots next Spring.
W. T. Adahs has sold the Winchester
Sun, to Capt. D. T. Buckner and Jas. M. Rash.
The Directors of the Kentucky Union met
at Lexington Friday, and resolved to issue
82,500,000 in bonds, and to spend tho proceeds
of same in building their road from Winchester
to the mouth of the Troublesome in
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Mrs. Martin, widow of Randolph Martin,
the conductor who died from injuries received
at tho explosion at the depot, has
sued the C. & O. and K. C. railroads for 25,-000
damages. The railroads offered to compromise
at SJ,000, which was refused. Winchester
A. B. Chamberlain, a large poultry dealer
from Eoston, was in our city yesterday for
tho purpose of soliciting consignments from
our city shippers. Ho reports a largo crop of
turkeys throughout the country, and states
that the price will probably open out at 5 or
C cents per pound on foot.
John Wilson, of Townsond Creek, this
county, raised the third crop of poaches this
year on one tree. The first and second crops
were fair in quantity and fruit, while the
third crop consisted of about a -water bucketful
the size of partridges egg, the stones
of which were perfect, but were not much
larger than cherry stones.
An Electric Light Company has been formed
in Cynthiana, and S5,0C0 in stocks have
been taken. T. J. Megibbon lead the list
with 51,000, and others with S500, including
W. J. Kehoe, editor of the Democrat. They
have no gas company, and their chances of
success aro good. It is claimed that the
stock will pay from 20 to 25 per cent.
The 8th of November has been.pronounced
by the Mohammedan prophets as the last
day of the world, and proclamations have
been issued from Mecca and circulated
throughout Mohammedan countries warning
the faithful to prepare for the end. In
Curt Lyter, of Richmond, was in town
It will cost SS to see Henry Irving, the
Henry Ward Beecher cleared S13,C00 by
his recent lecture tour.
Ed. F. Flynn, of the Cincinnati Commercial
Gazette, is in town.
Rev. Green Ciay Smith has been called
to a church in Pittsburg.
Dr. C. C. Graham of Louisville was 09
years old last Wednesday.
A daughter of Wm. Kenney 1b very low
with pneumonia, at Muir's.
"And what did Paul say?" "It's time
all young dudes were at home."
There is no survivor of the first gradua
ting class at Center College, 1824.
Miss Lillle Jones was immersed into the
Christian Church Sunday night.
W.J. Scanlan commenced a week's engagement
at St. Louis, last night.
Rumors of a wedding in town to-morrow.
Look out, it will be an astonisher!
Sidney Donaldson is in on a visit from
Illinois, to the Clintonvllle precinct.
Mrs. Geo. Collier has returned home from
a month's visit to friends In New York.
Capt. Sam Rogers passed down the road
yesterday morning, going to Cincinnati.
There's a preacher in Maysville named
KBoreing. We havn't another word to say.
1J. McAuley appeared last night in '.'Un
cle Daniel" at the Lexington Opera House.
We aro now having grand excursions,
grand juries and grand races to the country.
Tobacco is still firm and in good demand
in Cincinnati, with no prospect of a break
Miss May Morgan, of Maysville, arrived
your preparations, gentlemen, don't forget hero last week to attend school at Visitation
to call by this ofllce and see how you are Academy.
The first postal note to honor our sanctum,
arrived yesterday, from San Diego, California,
sent by "Doc" Wltherby for subscription.
In the transmission of tho same,
"Doc" sends kindly greetings to his many
friends, and writes like ho was busy but
happy. Postal notes were issued in July,
but the people here don't know it generally.
Eid. J. S. Sweeney, pastor of the Christian
Church hero, who has just boen re-elected
for the 15th, year, will engage the Rev.Thos.
Hanford, pastor of the M. E. Church at
in debate, commencing on the 30th and
continuing four days. Elder Swenoy affiins
"That the Religious Position, Teaching and
Practice of tho Disciples, or Christians, are
Scriptural." Rev. Hanford negatives this
declaration by affirming tho same proposition
in behalf of the Methodists.
Saturday was "opening day" with our
city milliners and notion dealers, and a
good crowd of ladies from Millersburg and
surrounding towns were in looking at the
pretty sights. At Miss Mollie Tully's and
Mrs Charlie Foote's the Xews was lost in
admiration at two of the handsomest stocks
of goods ever brought to this city; and at
Mrs. Paton's notion store, where the work
of a large class of Kensington embroiderer
was on display, a truly dazzling feast to the
eyes was behold. Indeed we think that Mrs.
Paton is fully prepared to oiler all of tho
inducements of any Now York teacher and
dealer, in that most bewitching art Kensington
So Near and Yet So Far.
The two Presbyterian Synods of the State
were in session last week at Danville and
Harrodsburg, only ten miles apart. Although
tho two bodies interchanged, fraternal
greetings, they were too proud and
haughty to kiss, embrace and bury the
hatchet. When thi3 is done, Presbyterian-ism
will have a better influence on tho outside
world. Thero are no politics in heaven
neither should there be any of their disturbing
influences in the churches here on
Circuit Court is now in session the second
day of tho term, with Judge Jero Morton
presiding his first time in this county.
Hon. C. J. Bronston, Commonwealth's Attorney,
is at his post hale and vigorous. The
following Grand Jurors are sitting: W. T.
Woodford, foreman; Alex Butler, Jas.
McLeod, Jas S. Jacoby, L. M. B. Bedford, B.
F. Sopcr, Jno. B. Kennedy, Jos.Neely, Quin-cy
Burgess, B. F. Hinkle, J. W. Skillman,
Jno. T. Garth, Jas. Whaloy, J. N. Marsh,
Chas. Stephens and W. B. Smith. There is
a large docket of criminal and equity cases
amonffthe former two of murder Stivers
I for killing Scully, and Redmon for killing
Secrest. The former will be called, to-day
and will go into trial if the commonwealth
is ready. The latter case is set for Saturday,
but will probably not be tried this term in
consequence of tho Stivers case occupying
the entire week. Among the visiting lawyers
present are : Hons. Harry and Quincy
Ward, of Cynthiana, Mr. Webster, of Lexington,
Hon. Dan Vorhees, Indiana.
Itcdistrlcting of County Schools.
Wm. Myall, School Commissioner of the
has just completed a redistriction of
tlie count', in which there has been quito a
chxmgo made in tho districts of the Millersburg
precinct. The Millersburg district has
boon extended down to Zed Layson's, and
runs across to Hinkston, which creek forms
tho balance of the line on tho South side,
The Tarr district will be moved down to tho
bridge at Millersburg, the lino being formed
by Hinkston, running down to Mulcaha's
branch, and it forming the Western boundary
to Dave Boaley's toll-gate on the
Mills pike. The school house for this
district is to be moved down to the grass lot
by Iko Chanslor's spring on the Bob McClelland
place. The Purdy district is to bo
with the Brick Temple district,
f and the school house to be moved to Steele's
Ford The now line soutu ui niunsiuu
Harvey Thorn, John
drawn so as to throw
Meson and John Marshall into the Thorn
strict. Allofthistohingoona bridge to
built across Hinkston at Steel's Ford, and
) rl rnnronriation for that purpose at its before the grand Jury in November.-Mays
I next sltfins
A Brooklyn girl, whose lover sent her
23,000 kisses, has just learned that he ha a
wife and two children.
Barnum's circus will close at Hannlba',
Mo., on Saturday. Forepaugh closed at
Pa., last week..
The word "obey" ought to be stricken
out of marriage ceremonies, and the word
"advise" Inserted instead.
John T. Raymond will present "In Paradise,"
at the Lexington Opera "House Friday
evening and Saturday at matinee.
Our Mary Anderson refused to accept a
liamond necklace from the Prince of Wales,
but then somobody else will wear it all the
Dr. Ed Ray has gone to Louisville as
representative to the Grand Lodge of Free
When a married couple in Vermont, who
had fought like calstmd dogs for years, were
at last divorced, they left the court-room
together, had their pictures taken and then
Rev. Mr. Barnes, brother of the Rev. Geo.
O. Barnes, the e'angelist preached here Sunday,
and raised 31 10 for tho purpose of building
a church in the mountains of Eastern
Another comet Is circling around tho
heavens. Our young folks havo already
commenced silting up at night to see It, although
it will not be visible to the naked
eye until Christmas.
The theatrical attractions, in Cincinnati
the present week will be "The Romany Rye"
at the Grand, Klralfys' ''Enchantment" at
Robinson's. "Princess Chuch" at Havlin's,
Mestayer's "Tourists" at Houck's and Gus
Williams at tho Coliseum.
Wx. Davie's trial
Louisville last week.
did not come up in
Sam: M. Pryor had a fine horso killed by
the cars Sunday night.
We'll havo now Ink rollers and a daisy
print next Issue and forever aftoi'wards.
Save five cents on every can of oysters by
buying them of Bayles&Rion.
The salary of the Maysville postmaster Is
precisely what it was fifty years ago $2,000.
Last night was a geranium scorcher and
lily whooper, but then there's jawy about it
The walnut-stained hands of the small
boys is tho annoyance of numerous mothers
at this season.
Some fiend cut the skirts from three sad
dles on the horses hitched at the Baptist I
Church last night.
Eld. Graves has sworn out warrants for the
arrest of Tom and Mike Cain, for throwing
rocks at his school children.
After a nine days' trial, the jury in the
case of Dr. Walker Davis, at Versailles, tried
for the murder of Lowry Munday, failed to
agree and were discharged at four o'clock
Friday afternoon. Nine were for conviction
and throe for acquittal. This was the ninth
day of the trial.
Our oysters oome direct from Baltimore,
always fresh, and cheaper than anybody's.
Bayles &. Rion.
The Rogers Trial at Mt. Oliret.
Thursday was the day fixed for the trial at
Mt. Olivet, of Samuel Rogers and Samuel
Rogers, jr., for the alleged murder of Thomas
and William Rogers. The defendants appeared
in person and were represented by
their counsel, j udgo E. C. Phister, of this city,
Thomas Kennedy, of Carlisle, and judge
Doming, of Mt. Olivet, the commonwealth
attorney. Tho county attorney, as we learm
resorted to the illegal and extraordinary proceeding
of trying to swear the magistrates
off the oxaming trial, and not succeeding after
various skirmishes, declined and refused
to introduce any evidence against defendants
who wore earnestly asking for a trial. There
being no testimony against them they were
discharged and the prosecution dismissed.
. a i,f ihn t?ourt will be asked It is stated the county attorney will take It
That Georgetown Sensation.
Georgetown society is laboring under an
unpleasant sensation in the separation of
George Higglns and his wife. Mr. Higgins
i3a wealthy young man who was raised in
Lexington, and married a Miss Tucker, stepdaughter
of Harry Orr, partner of Mr. Higgins
in tho dry goods business. His wife is
a very handsome and cultivated little lady,
whose character we understand, has been
fully vindicated from some scandalous
charges set alioat, and there are some
hopes of a re-union between tho couple, notwithstanding
the husband has placed Col.
Frank Waters in the store for the settlement
of his business affairs. Mr. Higgins, it is
charged, drew 10,000 in bonds from the store
safe, and deparred for Florida, several days
ago. Harry urr and wife, the disconsolate
young wife and her friends, have the deep
est sympathy of many friends at this place.
There are many rumors and theories set
afloat as to the cause of the separation, none
of which appear to bo well authenticated, or
even if they were, would hardly be prop;r
reading for the public; wo therefore will
make no allusion an to the cause of their infelicitous
domestic relations, and cast the
veil of charity over the unhappy affair.
Everything good to eat the market afford
at the Green G rocery. Bayi.es & P.ion.
Paris is 78 miles from Covington; 49 from
Maysville; 19 from Lexington; 97 from Louisville;
778 from Cairo; 1(5 from Winchester; ISi
from Portsmouth; 148 from Huntington; 3&:
from Wheeling; 555 from Pittsburg, and 9
from tho BoHrbon county poor-house.
The Trader, Turfman, Farmer
Dr. Alexander, of Clintonvllle, soldalotoi
shoats to Mr. Davis, of Flat Rockt at $4.51
Sam M. Pryor has bought the Thos. Garrard
farm of 190 acres, at Boyd's, for about
60 per acre.
Dan Turnoy has sold most of his mules in
tho New Orleans market, and will arrive
home the last of this week.
Mules For Sale. Ono pair horse mules
good workers. Also, one large dray mule;
For sale by R. B. Hutohobapt. .
At the sale of Jerseys of Alex. McCllntock
& Son, at Lexington, Sidney P. Clay bought
a cow for S7&5, a catt for 3-35, and a cow for
St. Jnlicn having been injured since hif
laf iwp, was not in a condition to start in
tho proposed race with Jay-Eye-See set -for
Charlie Butler did not consumate the land
trade with Newt. Fry, but bought the farm
of 213 acres where he now live', from his
father, at S75 per acre.
Tho paciiy horse, Johnson, who made the
gre.it record of 2:10 over the Chicago track
List Tuesday, has been sold to Commodore
Kittson, of St. Paul, for $25,000.
Pittsburg pool-sellers paid out $1.5 i-3 Saturday
on false reports from Jerome Park races.
The wires had been tapped and bogus
itches sent out giving the wron horses as
Cholera is raging among the hogs in Bracken
county, and many have died of this disease.
They must havo a iroofl enm nmn fn
Bracken, for hogs only die with cholera
where corn is scarce.
The Exposition management, of Louisville,
have concluded to havo a bench show
of dogs Oct. 30th, 31st and Nov. 1st and 2nd.
They will give liberal premiums and it is
sure to draw tho highest class of canines of
In the big trotting race at Lexington Fri
day in the 2:2.1 class, Maud Messenger won in
three straight heats, with Mike 2d, Pancoast
3d, Tucker 4th, McLeod 5th, Cyclone 6th,
Alice Stoner 7th and Wick 8th. Time, 2:2-1,
2:23, 2:23. Crlt Davis was offered $1,000 for
Maud directly after the race, by a New York
Monroe Leer, the principal Jack man of
Bourhon, attended the publio sale of Jacks
and jennetts at Richmond, Saturday, by
Messrs'. Walker, Watts & Terrell. He reports
25 jacks sold at from 8200 to 51,100, and 8
at from S30 to $430. Buyers were present
from Texas, Missouri and other Western
states. Mr. Leer has some good ones for sale
advertised in this issue.
Buy bulk oysters. They are cheaper and
you see what you are buying.
To the wife of Oris. Grosche, of this city, a
To tho wife of Monroe Leer, of this pre
clnct, a daughter.
To the wife of Gray Smith, on Sunday
morning, a son.
Dr. Bob Smith is now a grand-daddy and
and lawyer John is an uncle, for the first
time in their lives. Mrs. Lindsay Wright,
the doctor's daughter, has an heir a son.
Bulk oysters are the best and cheapest.
Mr. P. B. Crooke, of Richmond, will wed
Miss Mollie Forman, daughter of Mr. White
Forman, of tho Northern Bank, this city, on
Robt. Humphrey, of
Mason county, died near "Washington last
1 'week, at the ae of 83.
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If. H. H, JOHNSOS, Prop'r, W. B, CONWAY. Clerk.
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One pqnnre from the ritpot. Good
Liver StaWe At inched. The
kiuriesr Mttenliou kivwi ami tfuwds made
Good Sample Rooms. A table filled
with ail all tun dcliejirit'K nf the season.
WM. KENNEY, M. D.,
MEDICINE fc SURGERY,
May be found (luring the dav, when
not professionally engaged, at Brooks &
Lyman's Drnn Hiore, at nijshr, at the residence
of Prof. E. Amende, on High st.
PAKIS 'BUS LINE,
L. F. JUSX, Prop. P. CA2HiULLL, Sapi.
AH trains connected xvith and call made anywhere
in the city, urdcrs left at hotels or stable.
Fare, 23 cUs. including ordinary baggage
Fruits, Cakes, Fancy
Goods, Cigars and:
FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY.
fiSTOne door above the Thurston Housp.
NEW DRUG STORE.
formerly with Davis & Lvle. resDeetfullv In-
f rms the public that he can be found one
door above the post-office, where ho has a
new and complete stock of drugs in fact,
everything in the drug line as new, bright
and shining as a silver dollar.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at all I
uuurs, irum tiie purest urugs.
Tho purest and oldest liquors for medicinal
purposos only, and the finest cigars and
fobnco on the market, kept constantly on
A liberal share of tho public patronage is
JOHN B. N0RTHCG2T,
Agent for tiie
OFFICE: DEPOSIT BA2ZK, 1AIUS, KY.
Window Shades, Carpets,
Cloths, Mattresses, &c.,
J6& Special Attention Given
Undertaking and Repairing.
Main Street PariSy Ey.
S. B. EWALT
LIVERY SALE AND COMMISSION
High Street, Paris Kentucky.
Will break colts to best al vantage.
Horses bought and gold on a small margin,
also boarded on as good' terms as another
stables in Paris.
'Kimmy' Kimbrodgh, Jas. S. Huff
KIMBROUGH & HUFF, Prop's.
Large and Commodious Sample Booms
on first floor for commercial men. Bag
gage transferred to and from the depot
Iree oi charge.
H. E. BOSWELL.
W. H. BOSWELL.
H. E. BOSWELL & SON, Prop'rs.
Centrally located, on Short street, near the
Post-office. Rates, 82 per day.
R. M. KENNEY,
& XT 3ES. "XT :E3 TT O
Will attend to all calls in bis line, in
Bourbon and surrounding counties, with
promptness. Charges Reasonable. tf
M full line of furniture.
Jt3. suits, carpets, bracket
dow hangings, &c. constantly
LVr'ill. be sold to compete with Cincinnati
JCHI J. LOHB. Prej'r. JMI J, LIIE, M
Hates, Two Dollar Per Day
Nice Sample Rooms for Commercial mm.
Livery and Sale Stable Connected
FIRE IHSURAICi; !
"Agent for- .
IN TRE WORLD!
& Trfwses Promptly Paid.
Rates as Loir (ls The Lowed.
"BLUE US? HODTE1
Is the shortest and cuickest routs
to MISSOURI, KANSAS and
TEXAS. Vickets to all
points North, Ba3t
nme Card in Effect Oct. 14th, '8&
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Lvejfaris . . .
Lvo Carlisle . .
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No. o I e l'almoutJ0:l5im:arr Covimrt'n
run daily between Rich?,
nonri, I.eMijgtrn and Covington. All
Special Rates to EMIGRANTS.
Jp-For tickets, rates and information
to nine, connections, Ac, call on or
address JOHN STUART.Agknt,
fl-. W Benpkh,
C. Ii. BEOWJf.
CJ. P. & F. A.
Grand Opera BuilcV
(GEEEN CHEATHAM, Prof'e.)
One Square from Railroad Depot KH
Baggage transferred to and fro,
LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED
T. W. POTTS,
& Feed Stab!
Herses boardori, trained and sold o
commission. Li very ritf& always ke fqt
public hire. Terms Veapouable. ap.lMJon
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PHARES t. thro op,
CARLISLE, - -
Office over B. F. k itrs
Mffiffi Fashionable Barbe
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