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TEE BOIMf HEWS.
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i?liat uncrowned King of eyery DemoQratto
SAMUEL J. TILDEN.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
Air Tilden's companion In Victory and in
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS.
Uiciiard Held, of Mt. Sterling, is a candidate
lor Judge of the Court of Appeals, to
Judge Hargis subject to the action of
the Demecracy of the First Appellate District.
Tab Democratic caucus to-morrow will
fell the tale of the Speakership.
"3!he degree ef D C. F. doctor cf,
should be established at Harvard.
Thb Supreme Court of Georgia has decided
that cotton future notes are
The Republican party had but little to
be, thankful fer this year, and win have
ISAAC Davis killed his brotoher James
near Youngstown, Ills., in a quarrel over
the division of a corn crop.
Turek bets of $1,000 each were made
at Washington Wednesday that Carlisle
would be the next-Speaker.
If Randall is elected Speaker, which
we think quite probable, we guess that
the sun'will sun will rise as usual.
Tub chances of Sunset- Cox in the
Speakership contest are like the Pons
comet not visible to the naked eye.
The Iudiaa Territory authosfties have
ordered all the white people doing business
at Vinton to leave tee Territory.
, o .
John Blaib dried a keg of powder in
front of a grate at Carbon, Ohio. The
house was fired, John's best friend
wouldn't know him.
Now that the elections in New York
an,d Brooklyn are over, Mr. Beecher can
afforjj to pi'each without seasoning his
religion with politics.
Once there was a man named Vennor.
$ut h'a is dead now, figuratively, and
burred a thousand fathoms .deep beneath
the waves of oblivion.
It is not stated yet whether that Sergeant
Mason will lecture, or dramatize
his piede and go into the shbw business
a la Charlie and Bob Ford.
Col. J. Stoddakd Johnson, Chairmen
of the Democratic State Central Committee
of Kentucky, is at Washington, rendering
Mr. Carlisle valued assistance.
The varmints and the corn shjicks have
all swarn that we are "to have
a mild winter, now let tjie goose bone
take the witness stand, or forever hold its
This is the Kansas City Star's ticket :
President Chas. A. Dana, of New York ;
Vice President, John R. McLean, of
Ohio ; platform, raise h 1 and sell newspapers.
If thero is any virtue in lynching, now
is the time to try it. Almost every day
within the last twd weeks the dispatches
'havo borne the awful tidings of some
The Cincinnati Enquirer, which is
doing all it can to nominate Randall for
99;' certain votes . and Carlisle 91 on
Speaker, says that Randall has
the fa'tel ballot.
Vandersilt's income is said' to be a
1,000,000 a month. He can afford to
run a country newspaper in Kentucky,
the way the subscribers would like to
have one ree.
Judge Gsorfe Denny and J. H. Anson
had a big fight at Lanonster, Wednesday,
and Denny '.shot Anderson three
times, tiling him almost instantly. An-was
drunk and pushed the difficulty on
In the case of Charles Ford, charged
with the Lexington stage robbery, the
defendant has obtained a change of venue
from Richmend, Mo. The 'case will
be taken to Clinton county, to come up
As a. kind of forlorn hope, the Republicans
will make the campaign of '84 on
the bloody shirt issue a thing which tho
Cincinnati Commercial Gazette buried
with Garfield, but has recently dug up
again. It won't win ; it is too old and
The Skeleton of a Confederate soldier
has been found in an almost
thicket on the old Wilderness battlo
ground, near Cancellorsville, Va. An
old knapsaek containing a portion of a
gray blanket, and a belt buckle wilh "C.
S. A." were found with the bleached
bones, the ekull lying on the knapsack.
A Catholic bible was also found, but the
inscription on -its fly leaf was illegible.
The skeleton was buried neae by the
gloomy thicket where thS sbldie cftefl.
This is the way that the Washington
correspondent of the Commercial Gazette
writes of Col. Frank Woolfolfl He is
probably the roughest diamond that has
received Congressional setting since the
er public was established, and in his own
way he is certain to make a mark. He
arrived here Wednesday. The first
thing he did when he entered the room
assigned to him was to have it reduced
in its furnishings to military simplicity.
He had the 'cyarpet' first taken ofi the
floor. The next thing to go was the hair
mattress and wire springs He wanted a
straw bed on slats, and a straw pillow
Th cuktains were torn out of the windows.
Then Gen. Frank Woqlford
moyed in his baggage, and wa: ready to
see his friend.
Col. Swopb appears to regard it as
quite a joke that he should be mentioned
as a candidate for the secomd place on. the
National Republican ticket, and insists
that Bob Lincoln is the proper person.
We do not desire to unduly flatter Col.
Swope, but we insists that he is a better
man for the place, and is more of a National
man. Had it not been for Lin-
Icoln bjejng a son of his father, he never
twould have ben heard of out of his
whereas the Col, has rendered his
party invaluable service nt only in this
State, but out of it. We insist that
will not accept the empty honors
and the consequent disappiontments, and
that the .Colonel will be tendered them. '
The Louisville Post fayors Randall for
Speaker, and says that the election of
Carlisle would have the effect of shaping
the next campaign platform from the
same standpoints on which it has been
shaped and wrecked the party for twenty
years. It says that Mr. Carlisle and his
friends are assuming a serious responsibility
in thus sacrificing the success of a
great partyto their own selfish ambition
and greed for place. They are burning a
house to roast an egg.
Gov. Knott has pardoned David
of Whitley county, a life prisoner
in tha penitentiary, and D. C. Greejn, of
Bell county, under sentence of three
years for bigamy. Both cases were deserving
of clemency. The former is
dyins of consumption, and the other
committed bigamy iguorantly, thinking
that he was legally divorceLwhereas he
had "been imposed on by a Iwyer giving
him fraudulent papers.
The proposition to quarter Texas and
make four States of it will hardly be carried
through, while half the members of
the Texas Congressional delegation look
upon the scheme with disfavor, Texas
f is a big State six and one-half times as
large as Kentucky but it is now settled
only in spots, and if divided, the four
States would make a ridiculous showin'g
iu the census.
A lanatic iu Brooklyn has
so persistently persecuted a young lady
with his attentions that she has been
forced to apply to the courts for protection.
This should-have been her dernier
resort. The best way to escape his devoted
attentions would be to marry him"
That would cure him in six months.
A pictukk yi the Texas Siigs represents
Mahone aud Butler srwRg down to
a Thanksgiving dinner, and "Uncle
Sam" handing them a dish, saying: "Gentlemen,
here's your goose ; I ooked it
for you." The goose contains the head
and feet intact.
Miss Nettie Orr arrived here Wednesday,
to make a short stay.
W. C. Caldwell, of Moorefield, has
moved to his new home the T. C.
place, near Judy's Cross Roads.
A student of the male college named
Newberry, went crazy a few days ago and
jumped out a window. He has since
been sent home.
Bryan's Hall has been rented to the
colored folks the entire week of Christmas
therefore the young gentlemen will
give a hop as was expected.
There will e a big time here during
Christmas. Fire crackers have already
come upon the market aud the youg men
are, wondering when's the best time to set
L. C. Vimont is now chaperoning Mr.
Dowling, a cassimere peddler through
the country ; and Tom Saige is working
for Dowling's partner. They sell goods
on the "lumping" plan.
There are now forty pupils in Prof.
Brisjows string band,at the Female College.
A portion of the band played at
the .Presbyterian Church yesterday at
Arthur Long and wife have gone to
Midway to nfake their future home. Mr.
Long will canvass Woodford county in
behalf of a patent gate. His younger
brother is in charge of the grocery.
A drunken man was placed in the cage
Friday night and kept every one awake
with his vile oaths and boisterous indecent
songs. When "will that cage be removed
to a place more suitable for it.
"Loye," said he, "I wish to make a terrible
confession." "Oh! dear ; speak ;
tell me : what Is it, do you not love me?"
"That's not it. I am Br'er B'ar." "Get
out you tobacco eater. I detest you."
During the ensuing season, Billy Conway
will lecture on "Missouri." ? C.
Vimont, "California." Jack Hitt, "New
Mexico." G. W. Bryan, "Ireland." H.
H. Hunt, "What I haye seen with my
The revival conducted at the Presbyterian
church by the Rev. H. M. Scud-der,
closed Wednesday night, with the
ionowmg auaiuons 10 xne cnurcn : Elijah
Neal, Charlie Howard, Will Hayes,
Nettie Mclntyre, Jimmie McClintock,
Horace Purgy and Geo. Warwick
HENRY J. SCHWARTZ.
H. J. SCHWARTZ 4 BR0.
WILL MOVE SATURDAY, TO THEIR
ELEGANT NEW STAND
formerly Hill's Marble Works, where they
have fitted up the handsomest
SALOOH AND BILLIARD ROOM
in the city. They will keep the finest liquors, cigars and tobaccos
at retail, and from their large beer cellar will be ready to supply
both city and country trade in the best beer at city prices.
The stock of handsome notions reeentlv as
signed to me by J Friedman, for the benefit of
his creditors, MUST AiMD SHALL BE SOLD
immediately, at and BELOW COST, in order to
wind up the business.
Everybody requested to call early and secure
bargains. The stoqk is large, handsome and
varied, and must be sold, even if at a great sacrifice.
L. PRICE, Assignee.
Master Commissioner's Sale
BOURBOH CO. LAHD
BY VIRTUE OF A JUDGEMENT OF THE
Bourbon Circuit Court, rendered at the
October Term, 1SS3, in an action therein
pending of Louis Frank, plaintiif, against
Jtf. E. Green, &c., defendants, I will, on
MONDAY, DECEMBER 3d, '83,
(County Court-day), sell at auction, at the
Court House door in Paris, Ky., between the
hours of 11 o'clock, a. m., and ;2 o'clock, p.
in., so much of the undivided interest of the
defendant M. E. Green, as shall be necessary
to satisfy the debts hereaf termentionedand
costs of suit and expenses of sale in two
tracts of land situated iii Bourbon county,
and described iu the judgement of sale as
1st. On the waters of Coopers run, and
bounded as follows: Beginning at a stono
at the intersection of the Silas with the
Lower Limestone Road; then south the Silas
road, N. 45 "V. 70 poles to a stone; then JN.
40$ V. 170 poles to a stone near an ash stump
in a Held and corner to Tucker; then S. 45 W.
119 poles to sugar tree corner to R. Hill and
G. Moore; then wit.h his line S. 2 "V.
poles to a stone, corner to said Moore; then
S-41 E. 79 08-100 poles to a large sugar tree;
then N. 43 E. 21 poles to a stone, also corner
to said Moore; then with his line S. 37 E.
103 pole's to a stono in middle of said Limestone
road; then with middle of said road N.
35 E. 18 50-100 to a stone; then N. 8 E. 22
poles to a stone; N. 12 E. 45 poles to a stone;
then N. 10J E. 33 poles to a stone; then N.
2U E. 13 20100 poles to a stone; then N. 40C
E.102 poles to the beginning, containing 325"
acres and 33 poles.
2d Beginning at a stono in Jos. Morin's
line corner to Jno. K. Spears; then with
Morin's line N. 45 "W. 50 poles to a stake at
1 in the middle of the Lower Limestone
Road; 1 pole and 3 links N. 32 E. from a stono
corner to Eli Current; then N. 32 E. 78 poles
to stake in middle of road at 3; then N. 'Mj4
E. 29 12-100 poles to a stone at 4, corner to JosT
Tucker; then "with his line S. 02 E. 89 GO-100
poles to a stake at 5; then S. 45 W. 80 poles
to a stake at 0; then S. 40 W. 50 24-100 poles to
the beginning, containing 55 acres, 3 roods
and 9-100 poles.
Said sale will bo made to satisfy the plaintiff
Louis" Frank's two debts in judgment
set forth, one for $555.23 with interest from
.November ist, isai, ana me otner sioi.sowitn
interest from April 12, 1882 said two debts,
principal and interest, amounting on day of
sale to 3730.79, aud also to satisfy the debt of
Allen Bashford in said judgment and set
forth for S2,000.00 "with interest from Nov.
13th, 1880, subject to a credit of 210.00, paid
March 7, 1882, which debt, principal and interest
on the day or sale, amounts to 2,162.28
and the further sum of about S08.D0. costs of
suiit and expenses of sale making the whole
sum to be raised by the sale about 2,907.
Terms. Said sale will be on three equal
payments for the purchase money; falling
due respectively in six, twelve and eighteen
months from the day of sale, and bearing
interest-at the rate of six per cent, per annum
from the day of sale, for which payments
the purchaser will be required to execute
his bonds' with good and approved security
to me, having the forceof judgments.
R. H. HANSON, M. C.
FARM FOR RENT .
I WISH TO RENT PRIVATELY A FARM
rtf nKiil AQ nivno alt tint-Inn nr t Via Movie C-
- jl UUUUU 1J lsi yvot uwaKiwn uii. tiiu a aw jo
Chntonviiie runes irom Paris.
The farm Is well waterell, has a nice house
and all necessary outbuildings. It is one of
the nicest little farms in Bourbon county.
For further particulars, terms, etc., apply
to Li. a. WAWSUJN,
at Jones' Cross Roads.
FRESH OYSTERS !
T am receiving direct from. Baltimoro
J- FEBSH OYSTEES from the old reli
able house of E. B. Mullory & Co. House
keepers can depend upon getting the very
best oysters and perrectiy iresn.
W. W. GILL.
FOU SALE PRIVATELY.
DESIRING TO MOVE SOUTH FOR THE
benefit of my health, I will offer at
private sale, my
in Millersburg, and a comfortable frame
residence on Main street. The undertaking
business consists of a good hearse and a well
assorted stock of goods, and has a
taDiisnea traae. xne resxaence is very
pleasantly located in the center o$ the town,
and is altogether a very desirable piece of
property. Call on or address me at once.
MY farm at Little Rock, containing about
180 AOBES. New brick house. New
tobacco barn. All in grass for ten years, except
8 acres .of .good tobacco land. Price,
812,000. J. M. THOMAS.
Turkeys! Turkeys ! !
I DESIRE to inform the turkey-raising
public, that I want an unlimited number
of fat, plump, corn-fed bluegrass turkeys
such as 1 ship every season to the New York
and Boston market. For such, I will pay
the highest market price, delivered on foot.
f "Y. W. GILL, Paris, Ky.
Having an old and well-established turkey
trade in Boston and other Eastern cities, I
still desire to supply their fasuidious demands
with the Kentucky-raised birds. I
do not care whether they are corn, bluegrass
just so they are fine fiat birds.
I will do the same by the trade this year
that I have always done pay the highest
market price in cash.
I will receive and slaughter at Paris, Richmond
O. A. GILMANv
PARIS PLAMfi MILLS.
GEO. E. MINTER, MANAGER.
SOLICIT orders for Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Moulding, Brackets, Finish Timber and
Prepared carpentry. "SVill not contract the
erection of houses.
JKBOrdcrs for lumber or mill-work may bo
sent per telephone from O verby & Co.'s office
on Bank Row. J. M. THOMAS,
HOTEL FOR SALE.
HAVING DETERMINED TO MIGRATE
to Texas, I will offer at private sale, the
BOURBON 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.
"While Bro. Shaw is torn down, I will grind
corn on "Wednesdays and Saturdays for customers.
R. M. KENNEY,
SURV EYO 3EL
Will attend to all calls in his line, in
.Bourbon and surrounding counties, with
promptness. Charges Reasonable. . tf
FOR SALE PRIVATELY ONE OF THE
best farms in Bourbon, containing 250
acres. It's improvements are second to
none. But little of it been plowed jf late
years. Barn room enough for 10 acres of tobacco;
stone and post-rail fence; close to
first-class college, churches, &c. It Is one of
the most desirable homes In the county. It
must be seen to be appreciated. Come and
see it; I want to sell; it is in of a mile of
North Mlddletown postofflce. "Write for particulars.
R. "W. OWEN.
J. L. TAYLOR
I HAVE NO TIME TO LOSE IN WAITING
on my customers to write an advertisement for
his sparkling little paper, but will hurriedly
ay that I have just returned from New York
nd that '
are tumbling in on me from EVERY TRAIN
U ttiat ! can say now, is to COME yes, come
NOW and lose no time yourself in securing
pick and choice from my large and varied selection
of DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS
NOTIONS, &c, &c.
We intend to close out
BOOTS, n ITS ui EDff itnu
Within ninety days. If you desire the greatest
bargain nf your life, call and examine bur goods
and prices. WE MEAN BUSINESS. COME
AND SEE US.
We desire to state to the public that we keep in stock a full suddIv
of the celebrated "ALLIGATOR" coal and wood cook stoves The
Alligator has held a prominent place in this market for more than
jwenty years and can be found in use in every section of the county;'
We are ready to offer a premium for a single instance where it has
not given the very best satisfaction. We are now receiving a complete
stock of all kinds of heating stoves for parlors, stores and halls
including the best base burner for hard and soft coal made. We also
keep hi stock a good clean supply of all goods usually found in a
Stove and Tin Store, among which may be found the
rd SRSLImG ?UMP' and the equally celebrated MONITOR
COAL Olii STOVES, &c, &c.
For executing first-class job work in Tin, Copper and Sheet iron, we
Hatter ourselves that we need no further mention.
Please call and examine our stock, and you will verify our statements.
MILLIGAH & PERSY.
E BOURBOH HEWS" OFFIC
Is prepared to do aU kinds of Job Printing, such as Bill-heads, Letter
heads, Envelopes, Business Cards, Programmes, Circulars, Posters,
and, in fact, everything in the printing line. Work done with neatness
JAMES K. DAVIS.
TmT ""NTT T T7
JLmv JL a. sJ X JL. Jl. A. A. Jl
(TWO DOORS ABOVE
Are now making the most stylish
ever madein this city, at the most REASONABLE
KEEPS THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
ffpEK EBSSSF"! G?0DS' HATS' CAPS
in .fans, and sell theija for less money. ,
our entire stock of
McCLUBE & INGELS.