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VOL. I. PARIS, BOTJRBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1882. 2WK 78.
Alice Oates to-night.
Big boom on turkeys yesterday.
The toy pistol season approaches.
Hunters were plentiful yesterday.
Brent & Lucas have dissolved partnership.
Last night was one of the coldest of the
All the schools gave holiday yesterday
All the pastors participated in the sermons
The 0. & 0. railroad are to builu a Pal-
latial hotel in Lexington.
Born On Wednesday, to the wife of
G. U. Lockhart, a daughter.
A Warren county iarmer finished last
week sowing 300 acres in wheat.
It is about time some one was writing
a poem entitled "The beautiful 6now."
The city presented a very Sunday like
appearance yesterday, the boys went it
A business man at Maysville advertises
for 25,000 live turkeys ; another at Stanford
Col. O'Neil, steward at the Bourbon
House will serve an elegant dinner on
French. Abbott, who has been sick at
Mt. Sterling with malarial fever, was
brought home Tuesday.
Hon. Cassius M. Olay, Jr., and Miss
Pattie F. Lyman, both of Bourbon county
were married at Lexington yesterday.
The childrens missionary society of the
Methodist church will give a pound party
next week. Date given next Tuesday.
The Thanksgiving services held at the
Baptist church, by the Rev. French, was
well attended and highly complimented.
A four year old son of T . F. Phillips,
of "Winchester, playing with matches, set
fire to his father's barn, causing a loss of
John Current 'and Henry Turney will
start their distillery near Ruddles Mills
to-day. G. G. White & Co. also start
Mrs. Johnson, wife of the toll-gate
keeper, at the gate beyond North Middle-town,
on the Mt. Sterling pike, died
Susie Kiser, the infant daughter of
Allen M. Kiser, who took the premium
at our fair for the prettiest girl baby, died
Don't forget that the comic opera of "La
Mascotte," will be presented at the Opera
House to-night by the Alice Oates Opera
James P. Young, a rich Mt. Sterling
bachelor, took an over dose of chloroform
and was found dead in .is bed Monday
Debilitated persons, and sufferers from
wasting diseases such as consumption,
scrofula, kidney affection, will be greatly
benefitted "by using Brown's Iron Bitters
A party of Lexingtonians have just returned
from a two-weeks' hunt in Arkansas.
They killed 455 head of game, including
two large gray wolves and thirty one
Col. Hodges has heard of a wooden-leg
ged tramp now in jail who wants to got
out and start a new paper in Lexington.
Get him out by all means. Lexington
A Grand M:isquerade party was given
by the. young gents of this city at Mrs.
Belle Hutchisons last night. Oysters
and sandwiches were in order. It was a
Mt. Sterling Democrat : On Thursday
(Thanksgiving day) the Cerro Gordo
Guards took turkey with Gen. John S.
Wi'liams, who on that occasion presented
them with it banner, This was their first
public appearance in their new uniforms.
James A. Clarkson, a saloon keeper
at Lexington has been fined five hundred
dollars and ten days in jail for circulating
his card with obscene reading
ing on the back. The Governor refuses
to pardon him.
Mr. Davis, of Paducah, has rented the
Penn farm of Mrs. C. V. Higgins, jr., and
moved to it. He is the father of Miss
Kate Davis, who has so often been the
guest of Mrs. John T. Hinton.
' Tns Kentucky Central is doing a very
large freight business, four or five heavily
loaded trains passing here each way
every day. Tuesday one train of cars
reached from the water tank at the old
depot, to the new depot.
A New Yorker claims to be able to fry
The transit of Venus occurs December
The first Thanksgiving was observed
Buffalo Bill is worth a quarter of a million
Long Jersey gloves of the finest wool
are highly favored.
Buttons of kid and deer skin are introduced
Owensboro will have the electric light
by December the 10th.
A Kentucky farmer lost four daughters
in one day by marriage.
Miss Sallie Hearne, of Covington, is
visiting at Dr. Joe Fithian's.
A Massachusetts watch factory turns
out one thousand watches daily.
It is whispered cautiously around New
York that Mrs. Langtry drinks br.
Miss Emma Griffith, of Hanison, is
visiting Mrs. Noah Spears, on Mt. Airy.
George Eedmon, of Ruddles Mills, has
returned from a years' visit to Colorado.
There is some fears that Oscar Wilde
will start a society journal in New York.
Terracotta silk handkerchiefs are worn
in the outside pocket of cloth redingoates.
Word comes from Paris that hair is to
be once more worn on the top of the
Forty-eight marriage licenses were taken
out in Cincinnati on Thanksgiving
Miss Annie P. Lynch, of Maysville is
the guest of Miss Sally Eedmon, of this
Gambetta, while carelessly handling
a revolver the other day, shot himself in
Three hundred and three school houses
have been built in Indiana during the
The Garfield Fair at Washington is not
drawing well. It is now interfernd with
by a severe storm.
Five prisoners escaped from the Mt.
Sterling jail last Tuesday night, by the
aidof a poker and a spoon.
A St. Louis candy-maker estimates
that the boys and girls in that city consume
fourteen tons of candy every day.
'Azure distemper" is the Boston name
for the "blues." Bu t "ultramarine
would be a more correct term.
The latest caprice is to fasten up the
front of flannel and cloth suits with straps'!
oi leather passing through buckles of the
Fears are entertained that there will be
serious trouble in Carter county, when
Neal and Craft are taken there for trial
A double killing occured in Breathitt
county, Ben Hams and Anderson Fox.
They quarreled over a pack of cards with
the above result.
Fashionable ladies now tint their ears
with pink paint. They probably want
people to think that the gentlemen are
talking about them.
It has been ungallantly said that the
telephone does what society rules have
always been unequal to compels women
who use it to talk one at a time.
The county levy of Bourbon county is
fifty -one cents on the $100, and $1.50 poll
tax lower than any county in the State,
and the only county free of debt.
. An Iowa farmer bet ten dollars he
could drive across a railroad track before
the train came up. His 'heirs discovered
by measuring that he lost by ten feet.
Yesterday a Missouri minister put up
two stovepipes without swearing. "When
the angels sing on the beautiful shore
there will be a name in the song never
A late postal law says : ''No man,
or child will be allowed to receive
another's mail outside their own families,
without written order sent by the parties
wishing the mail."
Ed. Grimes and Miss Mollie Collins, of
Cane Ridge, will be married at the Christian
Church next Tuesday at 10 o'clock by
Eld. J. S. Sweeney. They will go Louisville
on their bridal tour.
During the Egyptian war a column of
leaded telegraphic messages cost the London
newspapers from $1,000 to $1,250.
Seven shillings and two pence (about
$1 80) per word was the rate charged.
A resident of Kirkmansville, Ky., is a
cousin to his own children, having married
his aunt. He is uncle also to his
brothers and sisters and cousins, and
brother-in-law to his father and mother.
An Evansville tramp drank seven
scooners of beer and two of whisky in the
space of a few minutes. He shortly became
unconscious, the churnings of a
stomach pump not even awakening himr
and the chances are that he will roll off
irito eternity dead drunk.
The Methodist church is receiving a
new coat of paint.
Miss Powers of Danville, is visiting
Miss Fanny Clark.
Wm. Speath has bought the bakery
and confectionary from George W.
Georgie Gould returned to Cincinnati
Monday to continue the treatment for
The Sunday school teachers meetings
are now growing in interest each day
Your little Troy daisy has started a new
style of riding habit that of leaning on
her own side in the buggy.
Joe. Black is buying and prizing lots of
new tobacco at present. He is an
buyer, and pay good prices.
Jno. Brown and Chas. Turner went into
the public square to wrestle, and Turner
came out with a gash in his side.
Bro. Burgis is still preaching, and will
continue to preach day and night at the
Baptist Church. No additions up to
The colored Methodist revival which
commenced here in 1873, continues with
unabated interest. The cholera gave the
meeting a lively impetus.
The Mayor's proclamation of Paris did
not reach here with force enough to close
all the business houses on the Sabbath
day and business goes right along as
though nothing had been proclaimed.
Alarm at the door brother Doty Bro.
Doty attend to the alarm. The alarm was
caused by somebody shooting as they
went out of town Saturday night and
lodged a ball in the front door of Tom
Mac Miller now supports one of the
tiuest gold watches in the town. It is a
Howard movement with case made to order.
Mac is of a superstitious nature
and would not take it out of the express
office on Friday.
A couple of daisies one male and female
from Maysville, on the way to
Sharpsburg took our town in on their
route as well as a couple of half pints,
drove around town, and attracted the
attention of the boys, and by way of appreciation
of them threw them some -apples
and onions into the buggy. They
not knowing what was in the minds of
the boys found business out of town in a
Amity Lodge No. 40 met at it's hall on
Saturday night, and confered the Master
Masons tegree upon Doughtman
after which the society with it's distinguished
visitors from neighboring lodges,
formed in line in the street and marched
in broken step to the Purnell House, and
enjoyed a supper such asTthe famed proprietress
is in the habit of getting up "on
like occasions. After supplying the inner
man to it's entire satisfaction a toast
was drank by Amity Lodge to the visiting
Lodges. Paris Lodge No. 2, responded
in a few very appropriate and interesting
remarks, showed the institution to be
the most ancient in existence. Then
Hiram Bassett Grand Master of the
State captured the attention of the audience
for a while with his eloquence,
and statements of the good, accomplished
by the Masons of the state. And yet
another, and not by any oceans the least
was a splendid speech and one that
brought the house do .vn more than once
bv Jas. Rogers of Hope Lodge, at Little
Rock, (formerly Flat Rock,) whose re
marks took us away back into antebellum
days, when he was a boy, to find one
honest man, to redeem the disgraceful
art of another. Indeed upon the whole
it was a real sociable affair.
Frank James pleaded guilty to the indictments
brought against him at Kansas
City the other day. His case was set for
Six thousand petitions, bearing G79,000
signatures in favor of a Sunday closing
bill for England, have already been pre
sented to Parliament.
Revitalizing the blood is absolutely
necessary for the cure of general debility,
weakness, lassitude, &c. The best enrich-
er of the blood is Brown's Iron Bitters.
Tlie Trader, Turfman, Farmer
A lot of blooded stock, sold for $20,000,
was shipped from Lexington yesterday to
Mexico by the purchaser, Finietiosa Garcia,
the owner of a stock ranche.
Col. R. G. Stouer has sold to Joshua
Barton, Milleaburg, the bay colt
3 years-old, by Belmont, dam, by
Mambrino Chief. Mr. B. has displayed
good judgement in selecting this" handsome,
and gilt-edged youngster, to head
bis stud, and the breeders of that section
are lucky in having such a colt in their
Chief Justice Waite's brother is the only
Republican elected to Congress from
An alleged Pennsylvsnia preacher, it is
said, will take -the part of Jesus in the
New York Passion Play.
Mr. Reuben R. Springer, of Cincinnati,
has crowned his efforts on behalf of the
College of Music by a large endowment.
A Portland man who read at the end
ol a friend's marriage notice, "No cards,"
sent him a euchre deck by the soonest
During the past twelve months American
newspapers have been received by
mail in England at the rate of more than
20,000 a day, or 10,000,000 a year.
King Alphonso is making efforts
to encourage horse-racing in Spain,
but the people refuse to abandon
their love for bull-fighting.
The Lackawana Iron and Coal
Company's steel mills shut down
at Scranton, Pa. Wednesday. Over
1,000 men are thrown out of employment.
. . .
Lotta was awarded $13,000 at
Boston in her cotton speculation
suit. The dear little devil kicks
as profitably in, court as she does
I see that you haven't any milkman
now." "No; Mr.gimpkinBhas
made an arrangement with the
Water Company, and we've got a
hydrant in the house."
We are having a fair taste of
wintry weather, and the next
thing you know Vennor will come
up and claim all the credit. He
wisely keeps his prophetic mouth
shut when his fore-casts fail.
Because a few murderous ruffians
have broken looso in Dublin
the Government thinks proper to
abridge the rights and liberties of
all the citizens. Some excited in-
idi.viduals ,are y.encalliug for a
suppression of trial by jury.
In Columbus, O., the bachelor associates
of a young bridegroom serenaded
the bridal couple at midnight
with a portable steam engine.
The toots aroused half the
town. The young people of Ohio
are excessively smart and funny
As agents for the heirs of the estate of
the late Mrs. Ann Wallace, we will sell at
public sale, on
at 3 o'clock P. M., her residence opposite
Millersburg .Female College, to the highest
The residence is a two-story frame, has
four rooms, kitchen and dining hall. The
lot has a fine well, good garden, stable
Terms given day of sale.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1ST.
Engagement Extraordinary Of the Peerless
Queen of Opera Bouffe,
AIIGE AT BS
SUPPORTED BY THE
ALICE OATES OPERA BQUFFE COMPANY,
In Audran's Famous Comic Opera in
Three Acts, entitled
"Li luaom r
CAST OF CHARACTERS.
Buttina, The Mascotte, Alice Oates.
Prince Frederick... Miss Alice Townsenb
Fiamenta " Marie Kostelle
Lorenzo ...Mr. James Sturges
Pippo, a Shepherd..'.. " Henry Molten
Rocco, a Farmer R. Van Osten
Sergeant Parofante Mr. S. H. Perkins
Matteo, an Innkeeper. D. Farnum
Franceska, Peasant Girls' MissDouglas
Antonio, B. Temple
Paola, lpnD(Tn,ro Miss L.Campbell
Angelo, Miss Ella Granville
Luigj, Miss Belle Levering
Marco, , Miss Rhoda Hirsch
Paulo, Miss Pauline Scott
Ti to, V Miss Louiz a Leonard
Beppo, Miss Laura Romer
Detto, Miss Ida Cheney
Alphonzo, Miss Rosa. Lee
Andreo, J Miss Belle Waters
Punchinello, Mr. D. Packard
Harlequin, Mr. Ed. BageArd
Courtiers, Court Ladies, Pages, Peasants,
HARRY HINTON - - Musical Director.
Reserved scats 1. 00 at
Paris Omnibus Line.
Two first-claw busses will connect with
passenger trains at the Paris depot.
are, 25 cents t the hotels or any part of
he city or suburbs. Trunks, 15 cents
extra. No charge for valises.
L. F. Manc, Prop'r.
.S. B. EWALT,
LIVERY SALE AND COMMISSION
High Street, Paris Kentucky.
"Will break colts to best advantage,
Horses bought and sold on a small mad
gin, also boarded on as good terms as any
other stable m Jfaris.
B. F. WALTER,
211 DENTIST i
'A set' of TEETH for $10. Gold
filling for $1. All work guaranteed.
J. E. KEEFE,
BAKER and CONFECTIONER,
AND DEALEK 1H
Choice Brands of Cigars and Tobacco
French and American Candies.
KEBEH'S Cincinnati Lager Beer on Draughts
Main Street, Paris, Kentucky.
JAS. A. McCANN,
Granite and Marble.
Third St., Maysville, Kentucky.
'Kimmy' Kimuiiougii, Jas. S. IIufr
KIMBROUGB & HUFF, Prop's.
Large and Commodious Sample Rooms
on first floor for commercial men. Baggage
transferred to and from the depot
free of charge.
W i T m
Grand Opera Build'g',
GEO. W. DAVIS,
Window Shades, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Mattresses, &c,
S& Special Attention Given to
Undertaking and Repairing.
Main Street, Paris, Ky.
PHAKES T. THROOP,
CARLISLE, - - KY.
Office over B. F. Adair's grocery.
Calk particular attention of the farmers
and horsemen, to the fact that he
is now prepared to put up,
FINE HARNESS and SADDLES
a specialty. Will sell at lower figures
than heretofore for CASII. Special at1
tention paid to repairs.
I keep constantly on hand a large stock
of whips, collars, trace-chains, and everything
pertaining to the trade.
'W.H.H. JOHNSON, f D.D.C0NWAT?
rropr. i w.xj. uuswaj
Out suar from railroad depot GOOD
tlVERY STABLE ATTACHED. Th
kindest attention given and guests made
Gooample Rooms. A .table filled
with' & delicacies oi uau &euauu.
' t a MiJABOH'ABixE.
BtprMente Hartford Fire, Bowling
tom tad Mayirffle Masonic Lift Coo?
a?. :o:. M:m:Nr:N
Attorney at Law,
Will practice in the courts of Nicholt
and adjoining counties. Special and .
prompt attention given to collection!.
Mm. Janx ujnBLL, Jno. S. P ITJUfXLL,
Table and rooms second to no country
hotel in the State.
MLaree and well furnished
Sample Booms fop Commercial
Good Iavery Stable attached,. Kgfe
toalWnp haye patronized the nbug'e
KY. CENTRAL R. B.
Shortest and Quickest
Tickets to all points
NORTH, EAST AND WEST.
Special Rates to EMIGRANTS.
For further particulars, apply to
Fiunk Oabb. Paris. Ky.
O. L. BROWN, Gbn'l PAssEtfOEB Agt
Time Table in Effect since Oct. 15, 582J
I' v Covington S a.m.,2:30 p.xa.,anl $ p'.jn
A'r at Paris 11:30 a mi5:45p.m.l0;air p.in
" Lex'ton 12:15 p.m.6:35 p.m 11:20 p.nj.
L'v Les'ton at 7:45 a.m. 1:35 p.m. 3 p. jn
A'r at Paris at 8:35 2:2Qp.m.3:4.0p.m
L'v IEaysville at 0 a.m. and 1 p.m.
A'r at Paris at 8:25 a,.m. and 3:30 p.m.
" " Lex'ton at 0:35 a.m.
L'v Lex'ton at 5 p.m.
" Paris at.5:35 p.m. and 6:20 a.m.
A'r at.May8villew8:10 p.m. and 8:45 a,m
(GREEN CHEATHAM, Phqp'b.)
One Square from Railroad Depot All
Baggage transferred to and fro, free of
LIVERY STAbEe ATTACHED
COLLIER & SHARP,
JAIES I. COLLIER,
Broadway, - - - Millerijburg
'I alio have a saw mill at Xickina
Station, on the K. O. rajJjoM, and &n
fill all orders for cut lumber
prices. I will move tho mill to ay
locality whero a sufficient number of logs
for a yard can he established,
A rail stock of Lumbar kept cositantly
on band at this point.
T. v . HALL,
formerly of Cincinati, I
MILLERSBUEG, -..-.- KY.
BSP" Designs, Drawings and
including Costs on all Architecture
and Machinery, furnished accurately and
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