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PUBLISHED TUESDAYS JV.KD, FRIDAYS.
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pUdiJSOi4JB'4,lOJS4.v. BATES., , ..
Une year m auvunoe, - $2.0u
isix. xuuuuia mradvance, - - 1.00
" Liiiitorea at the Postoiiice at- Paris,
K v ., to; aocoud Ciu&a uuul .matter. 1
iUU AlTMiliATiS OiiBilK. T. J Henry. '
I' ofi UuVKT Y't) VDUidATT TUBNEY.
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l' Oil ultlrt'Y i3llENT.
iuu tuuri'ik UlkiikJ. iVl. -Hughes. -
i'OH &HK1UFF J ."&i HqLLADAY. ;
jb'dit W McOabkby.
FUtt L. WHALBY.
. i'oit AsiJssoRJKFF. C Elgin,
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itooi Montgomery county,
i lor JuUe bl the bupenoi
CourVoi tue Third lustnct oi hamtueky, !
suujeOtotthe uetion oi the JJeinoeratiL
party.. . : . ......
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HiMMM ! nfcnrr I i-
iloETio Seymour is drafting' his
regular letter declining .'Me:
deiicy.in 1884. ..;'.. rT.i:
The prospectr . is ' " that -'Knott,
Jones and Cantrill - will, be r the
candidates for Governor. n i
TMsweek it is" the StLouis
man"wno bets his money .on-the
bJbtaaled'Sag, and' loses tt 'J 1 1 Ti
;It is now a tight : race . between
the a'rmy worm an'd Historian, for
who shall' have the whfeat. J
cJeffersos heirs will hold the
fort against" those patriotic ' people
wjio desire to disturb thelastleep
of'th& old statesman.
;Ik Now York when a man.,.
cbmes too luxuriously lazy to sup-,
ptirt his wife they-give him six
months oh the Island, it is a
It is said that John : Robinson
paid the Union Pacific company
tf&,U00 last year to agree not to
transport any other circus than
his during the present year.
If Mr. White, of Kentucky, had
been older, or if Mr. Kelley, ol
Pennsylvania, had been younger,
that row might have resulted in
some thing. But there always
seems ' to'be an "if" to spoil" .the
fight. . '
Ben t)unn, ion of a promirient
citizen near Bryants ville, has been
.held over in the sum of 1,000. for
drugging a Miss Borst, a heaiitiful
young' school teacher, with tincture
of cantharides and ginger 'wine.
The poisonous decoction caused
of the throat and stomach.
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- . .An .vapi.de.mic originating fr ohi
the Thiasnlatic influence oi" the air,
-is prevailing to a fearful extent an
Louisville. It is called
lent and attacks the eyes, causing
them much pain, and destroys the
.sight in a day or two, if not
promptly treated with great science.
The best theory is, that a. floating
f'germ in the air, which comes. -from
the sewers, is the primes cause-' of
'the disease. At present r several
.hundreds of sulfeirmg
', 'from the disease, to say .nothing of
"most -all the inmates of the several
"hospitals, who are all -attacked.
Several -persons - have '' lost their
eye-sight. The same 'plague
London, Paris and Egypt,' in
1808. Scientists say that it is an
r 'indication. o cool weather .for -the
oiSurhmer. . -.
t.. benefit .of, the thosands.
i of ' puffering citizens who ,are.
' "doomed -to agonize fin inconsolable-
;,ness inJ -consequence of : the new
1 historv of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison,
,',';iiifl "Xicholas not being now nor
v ever will be within their grasp
s- we. will with much joy throw upon
.: tins world the fact that, Fhancis
Louis'McChesnjsy, the' editor and
: liistorion, is of Scotch descent, and
his grandfather was on board' of- a
war iressel with Francis Barton
f6Kcy,; when .he wrote, the
lijSpangled Banner." t jThe aforesaid
editor -also memorized and repeated
;8,203 verses from the Bible in three
years Vhile at rCollege; and always
slept with a testament under his
pillow. Mr. McChbsney is also a
e mHSZ1 ?ww.
U , mr. ai tit
f. Ony YeSuckcraMo r.iidfe.Lant viBf extinct
i r (a hi -'
After season-of rest, the
,distingtti'slied 'citizens 61? the- Blue '!
grass h.'eion 'h aye a'garnb e'e'nfta ken
on' 'lie history business. '"' A'feV
snort years, ago. liicnarci uqiiins.
the historian, after t many years' of.
labor- and; untiring zeal, , .revised
and published two volumes of
State and County history. He sold
the two volumes bound in library
6tyle, for twelve dollars and met
with ill success. only seven sub
scribers could be found in Bourbon.
It was a book of much merit, , and :"
Should be- found in every, house
hold, but people would'nt take
hold'of it they wanted to be hum-bugged,
and it , wasn't long ere a
sharper came along and humbugged
hundreds .to ;the tune oi
irom $25 to $100 each, on a -cheap.
shoddy history of eminent-men of
the State. On delivery of the
books there was -lots 4of squealing,
were brought i: against many subscribers
for the. price of the 'hook's.
A few years, sped-by again, and
the Chicago history ..fiend came
along with a motley gang of
from l Illinois,' Ohio, and
Indiana, who,' in a few weeks', tihie,
threw on the. market, another his
tory, entitled the . "History of
Bourbon,- Scott, Harrison, ..andr
Nicholas counties. It contains ';a
rfew historical sketches fromChinn,
Perrin, and McChesriey, (with their
names signed to- their respective
sketches) a few,.. woodcuts of in
dividuals and landscapes at a cost
of from $75 to $120 to the subscribers,
and their short biographical
sketches, thrown in for: good
measure.' In other words, it is ; a
society "ring" history, that excluded
no one from the. ring who
would subscribe for the bopktS
subscription free. ; It ignores .-the
merit' of nonscribers, and applauds
the subscriber in his own terms,'
according .to : his vanity, ' egotism,'
and , - . . , , . ,
To say that' there isrhi'gh kicking
going on in Bourbon and Harrison,
where it has been delivered,
puts it mildly. indeed. Many subscribers
claim to haye been made
subscribers unwittingly, simply by
endorsing historical records that
were read to them in manuscript
Many subscribers are acknowledging
tHe corn, and
iug out at whatever they carrgetj
while some are, pftering to giy,e
away, or have burning matches, .
. Our advice is; however, for those
who are bona-fide subscribers, to
stand the racket manfully, pay for
the darned x thing) ' subscribe an9
pay 'for the Bourb'o'n'1 jSews, arid
keej) your eyes" skinned in the
future. ui vi v
Carlisle Items. it
Bob Potts has gone to . theJ) Hot
Springs, Ark., for his 'health.
History says that Sam Waugh
was born Nov. 28th 1838. He's a
"Democrat" 'and "Presbyterian""
Harvey Howe and 3; W.. .Hopkins
attended the closing '
of the Kentucky Military Institute.
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It's a historical fact that "Bunk"
Stewart walked and drove cattle
to New' York, and made the trip
in 67 days.. He's alsp a, Democrat.
The new history, publish E.
Corigleton as havingJman;ied Hannah
C.Cummings, 'instead of Hannah
C. Comingo, of Harrodsburg.
Drf Dills' bu is 'written
up from the. bright side in' the
new history, but ihe News.' man
has a. wagon load of correct man-.
uscript puc away on ice. '
History shows that i.Tom Kehoe"
was mustered into the Jboderal army
at the age of thirteen, and was
probably the youngest soldier ever
mustered into the Federal service. -
Harvev Howe reports millions
ofarmy -worms about Mcore field -
After invading: one mans held or
corn, the3r crossed the pike in a
regular line of battle and attacked
a new field.
Brewindton tells of a species of
worm called the "bonnet worm,"'
which grows in a thimble arrangement
on a species of lake
flag, in the Florida lakes. They
are' for lazy fisherman, wno use.
them for bait while fishing.
The new history aiiglited Charlie
Munger, in not mentioning his
career as journalist on the Ca'mp;
Meeting Daily,, but, it kind o'
makes things square with -the
wicked world by making the astounding
announcement that he is
acu Ian t mail Yfjtflirnr
UltrU. r.l ,UU! hj .,' .Hl'ilU, ...' .j
idwigfeK'cattlfi 'lbs of fish'
with a' lioBlamt'hi infloursi (
c:; .t. ..!. : V
iTelephoao., . poles.batweenj
and the Blue lacks are now being.
fexecced. : : -.: .. ..... ., ,i
Brewinsrton savs the v'c'alr" 'whis
ky straight "barefdbted'f drinks,
down, in Florida. f ;
Brewihgton caught' ablow" fish
in Jbloriaa, but 'the hsh soon,jgot
ashamed Undquit' blowing. .
Thos. JB". Owens,' one of the lead
ing members the Mt. "Uliviet bar,1
locaieu xieie. to uruiiue in tue
morning, June 4th, .
to the' "wile of Waiter Botts, of this
county, a daughter first child alter
sixteen years marriage. Also,, to
tiie wile of JPhaf es X. Throop,. a
History .reveals the fact that Ed.
Boyd rose from the position
on the hiud rbiias tJf
vania, to the rank'4 of Mayor aha
W,UtVlVlXlIUUVVJl XU J- VW..
tiad the ambitious youth only
Btarted in business scraping the
hides of dead. cow.Silike Ur&nt, .Jus
'might have advancedtin the scale
of army promotion ahead of that
old chief. . '..,..',,..;
AliOUNJD THE OiilOUE. '
At O wings ville?-
about iour'o clock James Monly aim
Wm. (ireen, two larmiers
town, got into!ahght at :th(?
latter's home m which Uritjen,strucK
xVloniy on the head- with a ir stpnej
from the ehects of: which he wiii
most liKeiy -ue: . ,
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Wn atop'thepress to say .that J)r..
'ler 'gave" us his history, for '.a years ;sut.r
scripjion'tO the jSews, and advises every-
oodye'Ise to do the slime ttnug. hATiils :
tidid to Dr. Ed. Kay for two dollars casn.
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EXEG..U ORB l. SAL
Saturday, June 10, '82,
Ve will, as Executors of O. V.- Higgins;
sr:, sell at'pubiic sale on th.e premises
the lollowmg real estate situated in ,the
Ujity oi Paris, Kentucky : .
One two-story brick dwelling house and
lot situated on the corner oi iYiain;C'street
and the Jfaris and Winchester turnpike,
ironting on Main street 88 leet and runs
back same width 117 leet. The house
contains 9 rooms and kitchen, A good
cistern and ice-house on the lot.
Also a vacant lot adjoining above, fronting
on Alain street '4G 1'eet, and runs
back the same width 117 feet.
Also two new frame cottages and lot
ironting on Pleasant street about 40 feet,
and run back same width 100 leet. These
cottages contain 3 rooms and, a kitchen
each. G ood cistern on the lots.
Also adjoining the above a corner lot
fronting on Pleasant street and the Paris
& Winchester Turnpike 42 feet, 42 on
Pleasant street, runs back the same width
100 feet on said pike. Said lot has on it
fygppd stable, and buggy house.
Also a house and lot on the east side of
Pleasaut street, opposite the. residence of
said Higgins, fronting on Pleasant street
41 feet and running back same width 110
feet.' This lot has. on--it a small frame
house containing two rooms and a stahle
." Afeo two houses and a lot on Main
street adjoining, the property of
and Thomas Lyon's. The lot .fronts
oh Main street dbout 44 feet und rims
back same Width about 107 -feet. On this
dot .are: situated two. business houses one
a brick and the. other a two-story
Also a vacant lot on Main ' street ad
joining the property of Jas. Mclntrye
and O. V. Higgins. jr. It fronts on Mtin
street 64 feet and runs back same -width
to'the K. G. E. K. 179 feet. ' .
Also a vacant lot adjoining the Colored
Cemetery and opposite the property of
John "Wilcox. It "fronts on -the FOrd's
Mill road 92 feet and runs back same
width 237 feet. : . . .
Terms made known .on .day.,. 9? sale.
Sale, to begin at 10 o'clock.
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C. V. HlGGINBr :Jit,
-,! Miol .. iRUSSELL MANN, :
. . Executors.
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On tlie'same, day' and same terms we
will sell at public sale a frame dwelling
house and lotonlMain Gross street, adjoining
the. property, of Chas. Stephens.
The, house contains 4 rooms, kitclie h and
pantry; good cellar and good well?-
Also adjoining theibbve lumber yard
containing about oneacre, and-. now occupied
by T. A. Dorsey & Co.
: i, C. V, HIG.GLNS, Je.,
. . RUSSELL MANN, Ex'rs,
" ' and WM. TARE.
Alsotbe tvo.storybrick business ouse
on Main street nQw J occupied by A. Shire,
between the property of Geo. Ingels and
G. Tucker; Said property fronts on Main
street .19 feet and 0 inches, and runs back
same width 214J feet to Pleasant Street
and is one of the best business houses in
city. : C. V. HIGGINS, Jr.,
RUSSELL MANN, Ex'rs,
and GEORGE. WHITE.
Also a house and lot of about 8 :acres
of land on the MaysyiUe & Lexington
Turnpike, near the. intersection Qf. the
Paris & Clintonville'afidtLexingtdn Turnpike
and opposite 'the' 'Bogie property.'
The house is a large frJdme Con
taining 5 rooms and. two large halls, in
goocL .repair;, gooo, cistern, staDie anu
other necessary out-buildings. This is a
splendid residence just -outside thocity:
limits. C. V. HIGGINS, Jr.,
RUSSELL MANN, Ex'rs.
and H. M, RUOKER
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f. jiffonji 1 1j .it..! ., t
'Undoubtedly the finest and best, selling;
nrcffins p.ver veturoducecL Will sell' cheat)
fW cash or on mohthly payments;1 Gall'
and see them at our store 'room, win
place them on two weeks' . trial if you
wa"ntthem. . ,
FOSTER, & SAXDERS,
my30r3m Successors to A. Sanders..
'TEXAS "SIFTIH&S. -
A LITERARY PHENOMENON.
THE GREATEST LITERARY SUCCESS OF
; THE AQ'fi, ' " '!' 1
'Siftinos js. one of the most' original pa-
pers ever puuiisneu, anu enjuya u
sl;er circulation. sraarOTd,,('a.,) . ;
It isr literary a household.1 necessity and1
;s taking the lead in the-list of humorous
papers icocnesteriN, :
Alex Sweet anArmoy. Knox have, run
circulation. ; It heats the World and'ought
to. SteubenAnlle'(0.)'Merald -i
Texas achievedHa pher Li
nomenal success in the history o,f j mod-. ,m
ern journalism, its .career tp lame " nas '
;not been FAi iJ.! r ' ! "1
Gexas Sif tings,
column paper, cdiitaina' every ir
humerous sketches and .vomic ilr
lustrations,. a volume-of reliajip
tion 'about Texas. ,JExactly wh... ;
ing immigrants, farmers; clerks, ivechaii
ics and 'capitalists want.' Shl. ripliohv
price. $2. 00 a y ear. . .Larger c Ration
than than,:any Texas paper., i lroof
IOI circuiauuii, uuu uuyci;ii&iiij; t. :a
uished on application. '"Send tu iits 'fn
stamps for 'sample copy, or! il- .-sin .be
round on any news .stand in - tti... United
States. ., SWEET & iff : ,' "
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The attention pi the" citizens Bour-
fully calledtto my spring ft- ...n of . rr
wall hw MM&
which were never prettier, cheaper, and
more ahuntlantjjm stock. ,
To see them is to love them to -love
them is to buy them. ' " f
JOHN T. HINTON,
:'J 'Paris, Ky. '
JOHN W. ' BQtJLDEN,
' .GENERAL - .
' ''insiiiribi'ce Agent;
REPRESENTING NONE BUT
NO 1 COMPANIES
Thaf. always do exactly what 'they
ise. First-class business solicited, . and
no other kind wanted. , Eead your
Policies so you may know what
' you can "expect, and don't
wait until after a fire ?. ,;-to
.ETNA, PHCEN:IX, FEANKL1N, LIV-.
ERP'OOL, HOME, LONDON, t '
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jfeTlie largest companies in the world.
B. B. BOUITDEN; Solicitor.
All persons knowing themselves indebted
to the late Eflw.ard Collier, will
call and settle. "All persons'haying claims
against his estate, will,pr6v61iime' according
to lawr, aiid present to
. N. ..Coj.Iw'er,.,
Mav Millersbin i. Ivy. .
-Ou lie uure
Is a purely veaetablo bitter and power-
.iul toiiip, aiuT is warranted a speedy and
certain cure lor ievcr nnti Ague, uniiis
and iever, liitprinittent ,ov (Jinn
Fever, Dlmib' Ague,
Periodical or Bilious Fever, and all
malarial disorders. In mia3inatic districts,
tbo rapid pulse, coated tongue, thirst,
lassitude, loss of appetite, pain in the back
and lpius, and coldness of the spine and
extremities, are only premonitions of
severer symptoms, -which terminate in tlio
ague, .paroxysm, succeeded by high fever
and profuse, perspiration.
It is a startling fact, that quinine, arsenic
arid' Other poisonous minerals, form .the
basis of most of the " Fever and Ague
Preparations," " Specifics," "Syrups," and
"Tonics," in the market. Tlio.' preparations
made from, these mineral poisons,
although thev are palatable, and may
break the' chill, do not cure, but leave tlio
malarial, and their ,oyn . drug poison in
the system, producing quinism, dizziness,"
ringing in:tlie ears,' headache, vertigo, andf
other disorders mora formidubhi than, tho
disease they were intended to euro.
Ayer's Ague Cure thoroughly eradicates
these noxious poisons from tho system,
and always cures the severest cases. It"
contains no quinine, mineral, or any thing-that
could injure. ,thp most delicate pa-,
tient; and its crowning excellence, above'
its' certainty to cure, is that .it leaves tho
system as free iron, disease as beforo tho.
For 'Liver Complaints, Ayer's Ague"'
Cure, by direct action on tho liver ancU
Ulliary apparatus, drives out the poisons,,
which produce these complaints, arid stimulates
the system to a-vigorous j healthy?
condition. . , . .., .
. "We warrant it .wliqnltakon according to,
directions. ,J J ft ' . ": '"
Prepared -by Dr. J. C. Ayer&Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
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1 2d dam, Uid"i5eCk', by a 'three-year oid
at. tnoro ugh Died colt.
4th uaiu, uy uii ester liall.
oth dam, hy liomuius, son of .Bacchus.
Will be permitted'to serve mares the en-
jjuhig season. the stahiesoi the
UAK ItllJUK otoujx on
the .fans and lat Kock iike, six milts
east oi Jaris, iy., at
JLioliars the Season,
'jayaoleat the -lime oi service. ALares
nut proving in. loal may be reiuinea gratis
fine iiexthseafadir. in theevent oi the
ueath oi uaiihan, parties owning mares
mat uo not rove in- loal, will Ue
to select- irom any oi the stallions
at my place.
ALaniurmo iilot, by MamBrino Chief.
lst uam J unei, hy Tilot Jr.
, jzd dam, oy V euster, son oi Medoc.
dddam, uy UooK's"Vhip.
Mamurmo hoL is, the aire of Hannis
Miii, Aiainorino aiiL:U, 2:zo,
JLuviu V aiiucu .r iViormng 2:o0, ana
une dams oi iiomeio 'J,:, JJei hur 2.4,
x'ruapect Alaiu z'.sb. ilia &ue, xUainbriiiu
'5mei,'got JLaay Inome :ipf, oodiord
juuniurmv :zi,ra'nd thle:sin; of his uam,
'.iutwoou -;i,i, . Jiauibrino unt jL:zj.
,yusius al. ,V.ither's by.Uap&ius
Ai. Oiay. .. .-... , - .:.
,v 1st dam, by Abdullah.-""" -
2d uam 0 Juawrehce's iC'cltiefe."J """
od uam, Ju as.yladfjey iiiare, 'tiy lihy.
Xtieobeiiger. . . ,.
Oasjjius M. Jlay, Jr., is the siro of
jfy Oiuy 2:zi5, ana Ot IventUcKy LiAy that
ot tut; uamS'&ililoiidiiie'2::i"4, 'Anneite
.:o. c:c. M'.'i 0iav,: tnc'tirlo 'of
kLajtus At. Clay, "Jr., hicu nefe appears,
oOt Uo. m.. and ;iie ' was
iiae tiiiu oi .Luoy"":!," V.nu gianusfre' oi
111 MJite Oi ilia liLUlLtid OOllOl'LUllitU'S
t . . ' .
anuaii is proung nim&eu
jsirea 01 xveiiLucK ; ins prouuee are
all iineiy jaueu, lunoi courage,
unloiiuiiately ior, mm only two 01 lius
oft Loa&'teiw and uycione Uave e er
uceii iraiuca ac all. 1 -.-is a specimen 01 Uia
0et We. invite -persons-to caU at Cane
xiiuge iStodK' farm' and 'see iourteen 01 nis
coiia d loppea the past year. 1 or lurlner
articulaib -address '' -
Ym. S. Uuckxek, Paris, Ky.
THE HIGH-BRED TROTTING STAL-'
Will mako the season of 18S2, at my stable,
2 miles west of Millersburg, on thp
Ruddles Mills pike, at
$25 To Insure a Living
Money down -when mare foals or is parted
GOLDSMITH is a rich brown, 15
hands, 3 inches" high;' weighs 1100 lbs.,
sound, and a No. 1 sire of road and harness
horses. Hiscolts .havo good,, size and
. GOLDSMITH was sired by the renowned
Rysdick's Hambletonian, . his
dam by Imp. Trustee (thoroughbred.)
. Mares from a distance will be kept 30
days on grass free of charge, but no responsibility
for escapes or accidents.
ALSO two of the best black Jacks in
Kentucky wilL serve, at $10, to insure as
'.A lien.vill be retained on all colts of
Horse and Jacks' until season money is
paid. t : f. '
No variation will, be made from . above
terms, unless four or more mares are bred
by one man.
: ALEXV McCLINTOOK.
-. Millersburg, ICy., .March 7, 'S2.
' The FreneliJornian Horse.
Will stand the present season at our farm
hn .the Maysville 'Lexington turnpike,
'hhlf way betwden' Paris and Millersburg,
at $15 to insure a living colt ; money
-when the mare foals, .or is parted with.
A lien will be retained :on all colts until
season money is paid.
LOUIS NAPOLEON is a grey, , 16.
liands high, by' Imp. Chartres (a French
Norman), and out of a three-quarters
Norman and a quarter blood Black Hawk
.. ; Persons wishing to teeed large, . .stylish
coach horses, will do well to, see this
'horse before' breeding.
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Grass at ten cents per day will be
charged mares from a distance.
.' ' ; GREEN CLAY.
liLLIGil '& :PEM
There 'rtre other good cooking
stoves and Ave keep them constantly
in stock, but if there are two shoves
in existence which lay just claims
of superiority in many respects over
all others, they are the
c c ' '
, Hot-Blast Charter !
We have not space here to point
out their many merits, but call at
our emporium, and we will take
great pleasure in so doing, whether
you wish" to 'buy a stove of any
kind or not.
IILMGW fc PERM.
E. A.' MENDEL &.0.,
MAIN STREET, PjWIS, KY.,
Vill COnStantlv nn hnnrl n rfnr(
I Fsupply. of Meats, Fish, Butter, Eggs, &c,
aim wni ouy an Kinus 01 country produce
at the highest market prices.