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Out yr in adY&nce, - - - $2. 00
Six months in advance, - - 1. GO
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ty., A tmad dan xiftil maitr.j
J6hn 8. Witt has been awarded
tka certificate for Congressman-at-Urfe
The Territory of New Mexice is
claimed by the Republicans by a
large majority. Sixty-live per cent,
of the population can not write.
Mis. K.. B. Johnston, widow of
Col. Hamilton P. Johnston, lat of
tii United States Army, and sister
oi Col. Nicholas Smith, of New
York, died Wednesday at Shelby-
Abibi Pasha has written an ar
ticle defending his action in Egypt,!
saying .he is not a rebel, but that
he was led on by the people who
desired freedom. His trial will
commence .Monday. I
Simon Cameron's recent visit to
New York is said to have been
undertaken for the pur poso of trying
to make the Stalwart oil anu
the water mix. Oi
course Mr. Cameron undertook an
The desertion of Frank James
from Col. IngersolFs salvation army j
is a great blow to infidelity; bui
Frank always did have a sort of
Sabbath-school appearance. Let ut
hear some more from the Be v.
Francis (or Franklin) James.
The Utah Commission, it is understood,
will advocate the abolition
of woman suffrage in that j
ry. They think woman suffrage
is the main support of Mormonism
and its distinguishing feature,
polygamy. The Commissioners
will report early in December.
Mr. Gorham, of the Washington
FaUiscJU, of Pensylvania, "an in-
humbug.' We would not
uo uncharitable, but judging by
the g Toledo t methods used by
Gorhfcm ro.iYufoisf himself, we
my thajt ih apptsiLiMnn "inflated
b?tibttg" ciuuriicterizes Gorharn
exactly, lio is so characterized by
Jn old tines the iragedy at the
xaz aJ.vrn3T3 followed by a
farce, with fre.iu?nily a song between
the two. The same thing
is sometimes seen in actual life.
Witness the Ashland affair. The
mob and the militia played the
trageday, and the Coroner's jury
the farce, while Captain Kerker, of
the Granite State, sang his little
song between the two. The Capt.
deserves an encore, and he will
probably get it. Louisville Argus.
. ABOUND THE CIRCUE.
At Lexington OUie Beard was
fined $500 for faro dealing.
Mt. Sterling is to have a new
city hall, an engine house and
A gourd vine in Madison county
has on it 113 well-grown and matured
An artillery company has been,
organized in Frankfort, called thej
"Governor's Light Artillery."
A fall of forty feet into a well
containing two feet of water did no
harm to a Danville six-year-old
. The Presbyterian Theological
Seminary at Danville will cease to
exist at the close of it's present
;ii)At"Henderson Joseph B Alves
had his leg and wristbroken by a
heavy piece of mahinery falling
T bth the County Judge" t and
Connfcv Attorney of Trig county ; --have
died since they were elected
in August. j
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Ah v'ien county sow recenty'
haU 'fourteen pigsaU'one litter, i
Twelve of Uem .4t,rt living and!
mooting around. t
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A OMo county. ffiimler,, realizerl -
17 gallons of rnoh&aes . from one "
'ikora.1 r' and the, i
State o beat
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A eabl'.gp .stalk, three feet teht'
half inchea in diameter,, if
The peanut industry of the United
States is valued at $3,000,000 annually.
The matrimonial insurance swindlers
art not to have the free' use of the mails
here after. .
An eccentric Boston man, astonished
by getting a pair of boots aiade just as he
bad ordered them, gave the maker a
commission for 263 pairs all he expected
to need for the rest of his life.
Ill ' H I. HI "I 1H J I I I . .1
We are offering genuine Bar-
(gain in nne deweiry, v atones,
Diamonds. Monogram Lace Pins
Gold mi- Silver Plated 3.5c sent by
mail on receipt of price. (Remit in
stamps or currency.) Spectacles to
uit all -conditions of sight.
HB W. PEE,
Practical Optician and Manufacturing
Jeweler, Upper St, opposite
A J300D THERMOMETER
,iven away to every customer, ask
or them. Come soon, will all be
one before X-Mas.
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G. W. CAIfi,
HORSE AND COW DOCTOR,
near chaney's distillery,
Will attend all cases of disease or acci
-ii w ia animals, and make charges con-
uional upou success. Xo care 110 pay.
: ZfS BLANCHE BREEDER,
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It: .v.-St :: iii-s Mtehell
:x'S-s, i. i;Ae pieastii i. .
s '' se. LiftniS j;t large, that I will keep
xt th'1 old stand a large and select stoelc
' in the MITjIjIKBRY
:iie Mv trimmer is and my
- v:i v.-. fihui) A-y favoraMe eoaipetition
v. th :.;ibo ". th'i b' in Kentucky.
-- ' .p'u in. Kotcritntiu, late with Mrs.
T-.; i .s, wil! me behiiut the eounter.
SnillxAN & PERRY
There are other good cooking
staves and wckeep them constantly
ia but if there are two stoves
in Hxirftenee which lay just claims
of superiority in many respects over
i''l others, they are the
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We have not space here to point
out their many merits, hut 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.
MILLIGAN & PERM.
SCHOOL FOR BOYS
and YOUNG MEN
The next session of the
school of W. B-
hcurt will ; commence
. Monday, September 71th
L882,in the building formerly
occupied by Miss
Maria Tipton. -This is
one of the best locations
In Paris, quiet and retired,
good play ground
t'tK'irJird. Terms made
i ..3 application.
VanR RPETS !
Th" a!lMmn of the .iti7.'n of
rwa and aurrs.iijiilinj! oonn tie i pespect
. ' fullr caVkd to my 3prinu stock oc -
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of the universal success of
Brown's Iron Bitters is simply
this : It is the best Iron
preparation ever made; is
compounded on thoroughly
scientific, chemical and
medicinal principles, and
does just what is claimed for
it no more and no less.
By thorough and rapid
assimilation with the blood,
it reaches every part of the
system, healing, purifying
and strengthening. Commencing
at the foundation
it builds up and restores lost
health in no other way can
lasting benefit be obtained.
79 Dearborn Ave, Chicago, Nov. 7.
I have been great tuflerer from
Avery vfeakstomach, heartburn, and
dyspepsia in its worst form. Nearly
everything I ate gave me distress,
and I could eat But little. I have
tried everythingrecommended, hav
taken the prescriptions of a dozen
physicians, but got no relief until I
took Brown's Iron Bitters. I feel
none of the old troubles, and am a
new man. I am getting much
stronger, and feel first-rate. I am
a railrdad engineer, and now make
my trips regularly. I can not say
too much in praise of your wonder
ful medicine. D. C. Mack.
BroWs Iron Bitters
does not contain whiskey
or alcohol, and will not
blacken the teeth, or cause
headache and constipation.
It will cure dyspepsia, indigestion,
debility, weakness, &c.
Use only Brown's Iron Bitters made by
Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore. , Crossed
red lines and on wrapper.
COMMERCIAL (OR BUSINESS) COLLEGE
of Kentucky University,
1TTLBTJ B. SMITH, Preat, LEXINGTON. KT.
Kearly 5,000 moceiiful rr&daates of the abore College,
with the leading Educiton ot America, attest the
fcperlorltr of iu Court o of Stadj and Training, ai heing
Thorough, Practical and Complete. Emoraclng Bookkeepingf
BnMneta Arithmetic. Commercial Law, Mercantile
ocaflence, Ptnmanihip, etc. Time rcaalrcd, to complete
the Full Diploma Course from 2 to 3 months. Total cost,
laelnding Tuition, Books, Stationery and Board in a good
family about $83 Students of this College can attend the
other Colltres of the Unirerilty under 10 Professors for 1
year Free of chsuxe. When 2 or xaore entor together a I
redaction Ul yj ua cwu uuc itrnwu wi. hi wwic &
Sesslocphas commenoed, hut Students receired any
ay in th rear. Beeulsir Fall Openlao Sept.
11, 1883. W. R. SMITir, Prea't, LexlnietoB, . . . . Ky. .
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Dwelling For Sale
I wish to sell privately, my property
in Millersburg, Ky. The house is a new
frame high, contains six rooms,
and is situated immediately on the
and is within 75 yards of the depot.
The lot contains all the outbuildings and
conveniences necessary for a comfortable
little home. Call on or address
The ladies of the Baptist Church of
Millersburg will give a Bazaar .at Bryan's
Hall, on Wednesday and 1 hursday, Dec.
20th and 21st, keeping open the hall
day and evening. Nothing will be left
undone in catering to the, public's fastidiousness.
have commenced dressing, and will
pay the highest price in "Cash" delivered
in Paris. Number unlimited.
tf O. A. Gillman.
M 1 yjiui i
Notice ishereby given that the
lately existing between W;
George Macdbnagh and Alfred "A.
Fisher, under the firm name of Fans
Machine Shop at Paris, Bourbon connty,
Ky., was dissolved by mutual consent on
the 10th day of Oct. 1882, said Macdon
agh's assuming to pay a)l demands
against said firm, and are entitled to
all claims in it's favor Oct. 10th
Macdonagh Brothers arp now to ready
build and repair Stationary and Portable
engines, Saw. Mills, Distilleries, Flouring
Mills, and all kinds of Machinery, Boiler
Patching, Flewihg, Pipe-Fitting, Tobacco
Screws, Weighing Machines and Scales
repaired and adjusted, also Beer Pumps
anq cocks repaired, also Agricultural Machinery,
fcniyePi and all kinds of cutlery
an4 Bufed; and all kinds
Prices reasonable and terms cash.
Give ub a call,
W. T. OVEEBY.
WHOLESALE LUMBER DEALER
"White and Yellow Pine, Poplar
and Oak Timber for
II l i ll ll i mi in i in nil I
'MHHATtrrik K " """i"BBMBBr
pi p gTOKE r
all the Attention of the Ladies
of Bourbon and Nicholas to their
new and elegant Stock of Fall
and Winter Goods. Great Bargains
in Dress Goods, Fancy Goods,
House-keeping Goods, Underwear,
&c. One hundred remnants Irish
Linens, at 50c. per yard worth 75c.
Our Cloaks, Jackets, &c, are unsurpassed
in elegance and beautj
Peale & Chappell,
Sept. 11th 1882. Carlisle, Ky.
Mks. S. J. Turney mtpectfutn informs
the public, that she has suci'i.eikd Miss
llrs. M. H. iSVrris, in the 3IiSlinery
Uusiiu'ss, ami is now at her -M si.md on
Main st., Paris, wIimv she will always
Keep a full line of everything in th
Millinery ami Notion" line. A
will he made of Ladies' whiit
41 Hid novo tiiis.
Ms, Jab. Short, ,, ;iti exp nencVi
iaily in the business, will preskie over the
millinery department, and will leave
nothing undone in gratifying the taste of
The most fastidious.
Tlie Most Successful .Remedy
ever discovered as it is certain in its effects
and does not blister; Also excellent
for human flesh. EEAD PROOF BELO W
COL. L. T. FOSTER.
Youngstown, Onio, May 10th, 1880.
B. J. Kendall & Co., Gents; 1 had a
very valuable Hainbletonian colt which I
prized very highly; he had a large bone
spavin on one joint and a small one on
the other, which made him very lame ; I
had him under the charge of.two
surgeons who failed to cure him. 1
was one day reading the advertisement of
Kendalls's Spavin Cure in the Chicago
Express, I determined at once to try it,
and got our druggists here to send for it;
they ordered three bottles, I took them
all and thought I would give it a
thorough trial, and used according to directions
and the fourth day the colt ceased
to be lame, and the lumps had disappeared.
I used but one bottle and the
colts limbs are as free from lumps and as
smooth as any horse in the state. He is
entirely cured. The cure was so remarkable
that I let two of my neighbors have
the remaining two bot'les who are now
using it. Verv Respectfully,
L. T. FOSTER.-
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
ON HUMAN FLESH.
Patten's Mills, N. Y., Feb. 21st, 1S78.
B. J. Kendall & Co., Gents: The particular
case on which 1 used your Kendall's
Spavin Cure was a malignant ankle
sprain of sixteen months standing. I had
tried mauv things but in vain. Your
spavin cure put the foot to the ground j
again, and for the first time sin?e hurt in i
a natural position, Jbor a tamily liniment
j it excels. any thing we ever used.
j Yours truly,
Rev. M. P. Bell,
Pastor of M. E. Church, Patten's Mills,
N. Y. ;
Send for illustrated circular giving pos-
itive proof. Price SI. All Druggists
! have it or can get it for you. Dr. B. J. ,
jvenuan ca uo., rropnetors, inosDurgn
V ALU ABLE HOTEL PROPERT Y
Situated in the town of Millersburg,
Kentucky. Said property is in first-class
cqndjtjon, commodious, with ample
SJiPRfy.oJ JfarJ th'ee gd gardens attached
tperetp, good Ifyery stable and
The reputatiop of this house is secopd
to none in the State..
Any person desiring to examine said
property, will be shown the same and
terms explained, by applying to Mrs
lane M. Parnoll at Millersburg, or W.
M, Purntll at Pars, Kentucky. Immedi
1 ate posee&aon given upon consumation of
Itfenns. Jawk M. Pdknell.
NOW IS . THE GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY
Let every Careful and Economical
Buyer Improve it !
Our NEW FALL STOCK
LARGER, MORE SUPERIOR IN MAKE - UP, and BETTER in
rfTYLE than ever before, and offered at PRICES WHICH CAN NOT
BE OTHERWISE THAN SATISFACTORY TO ALL! We extend
d hearty and cordial invitation to all to come where the best material
the best styles, the best fits, and THE LOWEST PRICES are to be
lound at all times; where your wants will be carefully considered,
your patronage appreciated, and where you are always sure to find
JUST WHAT YOU WANT.
Thanking the public 'for the generous support we have experienced
.it iheis hands' in the past,
iSST with each suit of clothes or overcoat bought of 'us from Sept. 25th,
'82. to Jan. 10th, 'S3, the purchaser will receive therewith a ticket entitling
the holder to a chance in
tobe given away by us Jan. 10th
ONE GIFT, $5, 00; ONE GIFT, 610, 00; ONE GIFT, 815,00;
ONE GIFT, S20, 00;
is now. open for inspection. It is
ONE GIFT, 825, 00.
We are Very Truly Yours;
J: L. TAYLOR & GO.
PUBLIC to inspect his large and
sell for THE NEXT 30 DAYS at
to make room, as liis store is
are covered and filled with the
Silks, Velvets, Plushes, Shawls, Suits,
and notions of all descriptions.
large and attractive and prices without
comprising Silk Embroideries and
and will be sold at prices which will
Purchasers will do well to call early
now being offered. .
CORDIALLY INVITES THE
varied assortment of
just received, and which he will
astonishingly low figures, in order overcrowded.
The counters and shelves
newest Novelties in Dress Goods,
Cloths, Flannels, Domestics, Linens,
His Fall assortment is unusually
parallel. His display of dress goods,
hand Braided patterns, is complete
astonish the most economical.
and avail themselves of 'the bargains
Have just received the largest and
best selected stock of
Men's, Boy's and
ever brought to Paris. Every stitch
,of our goods are New, Bright, x
Stylish, and Cheap! .
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