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VOL. I. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1882. NO. 84, ,
Yesterday was a rather spring-like
Ed. Oldson is quite low with consump
Olb Santa Claus will go the rounds
If vou want the weight of turkeys in
eold take them to W. W. Gill.
Call and pay your subscription and
we'll buy our own. Christmas gift.
There has not been a new paper started
in Lexington for a week.
Just arrived several car loads of nice
Christmas goods for W. W. Gill.
Lexington is to have a weekly musical
The total expense to the State arising
from Neal, 'Craft and Ellis trials will
amount to $60,000.
Alf Burnett and party passed through
the city, last Thursday morning, en
route for Cincinnati.
If you want oysters for Sunday or
Monday, go to W. W. Gill's, who has the
finest lot in the city.
George D. Mitchell, who has been
on an extended visit to relatives in the
West, will return home to-morrow.
Joe Croxton has the largest and best
solicited stock of toys and notions in
A steamboat is being built at West
Liberty for the navigation of the Licking
A pony on exhibition in the window
of a Lexington store kicked a $50
window into "smithereens."
. Go to Joe Z. Croxton's and get your
Christmas goods. He keeps everything
in the toy line.
Tom Richardson, an ex-member of the
Methodist church, was immersed into
the Christian Church Wednesday night.
For the prettiest, fanciest and cheapest
toilet sets, &c,for fine Christmas gifts for
ladies, go to Brooks & Lyman's.
Mrs. R. J..O'Mahony, wife ot the City
Clerk of Lexington, died Monday night
'iff rr rygTvr.ir
If after 'yon look 'all' over town and
cannot finuwhat you want, .then drop
into Brooks &Lymans and you'll find
it. '" j i '
"The bow, the frown and the kick,"
the new trinity discovered and adopted
by the Rev. Geo. O. Barnes r at Water-,
ford, New York,
If you wisn to make J ' a Christmas gift
to your sweet-heart, you, should go to
Foster & Sanders, who have a choice se
lection of books, ccc. A
Notwithstanding the very large shipments
of turkeys" to New York and Boston
by W. W. Gill, he will have a choice
lot left for home customers. .
Joe Z. Ceoxton has the largest and
finest stock of toys and Christmas
goods in town. His store is the regular
headquarters for Santa Claus. Call and
The entertainment at the Christian
Church, last night, given by Bourbon Female
College was a very delightful affair.
All ol the young-ladies acquitted them-
"When you get off the cars at the east
end of Fountain Square, just walk up
"Walnut street one square and turn to the
left. The-first door you strike is the office
of theCrawford House.
Russelt Mann, as executor of the estate
of C. V. Higgins, will sell on Saturday
jnext, at the court-house door at 11
o'clock, twenty-five shares of Deposit
bank stock of Paris. A. T. Forsyth, Auc.
Cincinnati Dailv News is no longer
criltFtforsale on the streets of Lexington.
An inquiry into the matter shows that
tnis is occasioned by a big game of freeze-out,
which the Enquirer is playing with
stocked cards against the News. Lexington
At the livery and sale stable of Clark
& Edwards, in this city, you have the
finest showing for the comfort of your
horse, and the care of your vehicle than
at any other stable in Kentucky. Give
them a call and see cleverness personified.
Shop-keepers, look out. Several
a few nights since, passing a business
house, found but one of the prinoi.
pals in. ' Seeing'the advantage they all
stepped in, and while one was busying
about purchases, the others unobserved,
pocketed small articles in signt to a considerable
amount that the proprietor
missed soon after they leftso look out
when you have more than one darkey
around for there-is game ontayis.
Robert C Stewart, an old citizen, died
at Danville, "Wednesday.
Several stables of horses have left
Lexington for the New Orleans races.
Young Crittenden was held without
bail for murdering the poor innocent
The proudest day in the life of a little
Miss is when her age, in years, ends with
teen but ty often gets them badly
"War. C. Frazie, the teacher who fatally
stabbed two of his pupils at Cumberland,
Ohio, is at death's door from the wounds
he received in the fight
The drawing for the house and lot
which the Visitation Sisters are raffling;
will take place Monday, January 1st, at
the Mayor's office in this city.
J. Fuller and H. L. St. John, cashier
and assislant cashier of the Second
National Bank of Jefferson, 0., are defaulters
to the extent of $75,000. Fuller
has fled, and St. John had a stroke of
paralysis on learning that the crime was
Seventeen pupils oi Visitation Academy,
in this city, have gone home to spend
Christmas. Their stay will be short, the
kindness of the sisters and their associates
in school are too attractive to forego
any length of time. This school is in a
The ShamrQck Oil man in his open air
concerts, by moon light, is giving lively
entertainments, nightly, to the more intelligent
people of our community they
forget their suppers, the little ones at
home, the church bell and bed time O
what a people we are, "Pleased with a
rattle and tickeled with a straw.
The marriage of Jno. B. Miller, of
"Washington City, D. C, to Miss Lulie
Hollady, daughter of Maj. Jno. B. Hoi lady,
Sheriff of this county, was quite a
fashionable affair. The ceremony was
performed by the Rev. French at the
Baptist Church, in this city, after which
the happy pair left for their home in
"Washington, D. O. May God bless
Oscar Carrick, of Newtown, was married
Tuesdar, to Miss Mary Risk, of Oxford.
The groom is a son of the late
daughter of James" fRisk, a '.prominent
and influential citizen of Scott count)7.
The weddfpg was a very quiet affair
only their immediate family being
present. They have the best "wishes of
the News for a long life of prosperity.
To Yoimsr Men Desiring: to Attend
It will be your advantage to "begin at
he Commercial College of Ky, Universi
ty, Lexington, Jy., at it s new session
Monday, January 8, 1883. Time to complete
full "Diploma Course" from two to
three months. Total cost about-$85.
This includes tuition, books stationery
and boad in a good family. For circular
address Wilbur R. Smith, Xiexington,
"Wealth is not his thatihath it, but his
that enjoys it.
To assist a .fallen friends, is instinctive
with noble natures.
Example is the softest and least
way of com manding.
The law of politeness should be binding
a home as well as abroad.
In conversation, humor is more than
wit, easiness more than knowledge.
Act well at the moment, and you have
performed a good action to all eternity.
Truth, like the sunj submits to be obscured
; but, like 'the sun, only for a
Mr. Belden of Danville, Kansas, has
been here for several days buying jack
and jennett stock.
You are commanded to love one another.
How can we loye 500 delinquent subscribers
An exchange speaks of a "widow woman."
There is nothing like being explicit.
Who ever heard of a widow man.
The man .whose wife gave him a pair
of rococo candlestick for a Christmas gift
last year, will now get even by presenting
her with a merschaum pipe.
A colored female brass band has been
organized in Winchester, and has purchased
instruments and are practicing-diligently.
They will have a street parade
' Miss Lizzie Morton, the many-minded
Madisonville belle, yesterday married
Mr. Joel D. McPherson, of Hopkinsville,
after two weeks of trials and tribulations.
The other suitor and the old gentleman
have probably have taken to the woods,
as the dispatches do not locate them.
Christmas hop at JEolian Hall, at
The Louisville Baptists are going to
build a $60,000 church.
The Mexican war veterans will meet
on Wednesday, Feb. 22nd, 1883, at Richmond,
Go to Ozier's Art Exhibition to-night
at the Court-house. Admission, 25 and
The carpenters are giving the finishing
touches on Capt. Thomas' new ware-house
on Bank Row.
Aunt Lizzie Smith, of Cynthiana, sent
a 30 pound dressed gobbler to the convicts
in the Kentucky Penitentiary. .
Rem.irkable for overcoming diseases
caused oy impure water, decaying vegetation,
;tc, is Brown's Iron Bitters.
Whe i your wife's health is bad, when
your cL ildren are sickly, when you feel
worn out, use Brown's Iron Bitters.
A coi ony of 2,000 Swedes are to be located
ii Edinunsun county, and a French
colony of 500 French people in Boyle
Our i eighbor John S. Smith attended
the Car marriage at Georgetown.
Rumor ays that John would like to take
Crad ock is publishing every item he
can find about people getting hurt by
jumping off of moving trains. "We suppose
his dea is to show that there are a
great m nv fools in the world.
"Who .ill be the first man on the first
day of January 1883 to
say I an out of debt, I owe no man,"
and in tie language of the poei exclaim,
'lam m"tiarch of all I survey; there -is
none my right to dispute."
John Jones, the col'd Lycurgus of
Cliiysville, and the rival; on the stump,
of the SI am rock Oil Men is coming to
Front M inday morning. Look out for,
him. His "music hath charms to soothe
the savage, to melt a rock, and split a
Anoth t year is about to pop over our
heads, dany days have we seen the sun
"the moot gild the nfnamfstilrslSeclelS
the hea ens as ri.iLin roll on. b'ut
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none ha e enjoyed that,pleasure as 4P
as Col. Craddock, of the True Kentucky
ian. Long may he still live.
The Trader, Turfman, Farmer
and Sportsman, u
Hoe: c'lolera is plavins; the mischief!
with the hogs in Woodford county.
Henry Dodson and bride arrived here"
"Sant" Collins, while at work on the
top of a f able, fell off and has been delirious
e er since.
Eld. T . H. Blanks, the former pastor
of the CI ristian Church here, has sued
the chun h for $130, back pay.
TheSraday Schools have decided to
postpone the presentation of the cantata
"Under he Palms," for a few weeks.
They wil hold a mass meeting next Sun
day at th Presbyterian church at 3 p. m.
Phil. Thompson will make an effort
to 1 ave the tariff on imported
Hiawai i suar removed.
Mrs. 'Labouchere had. fourteen
hats in me trunk. Another useful
pointer for young men yet unmarried.
The temperence people of Kansas
are protesting against the passage
of -he Whisky and Tobacco
Lawrence Brosky attempted to
board an engine at LaCrosse, Wis.;
slipped and fell through a bridge
a distance of 283 feet. He Wfts in-
C. E. Tipton, President of the.
City Bsink of Rochester, N. Y.,
used $3d0,000 of the hank's - funds
to speculate in oil, and the institution
ha? closed it's doors.
A barrel of Iowa sauer kraut,
turned io lizards. If old Noah had
only thought of this, 'hoiy much
less trouble it would have heen to
have kept a little kraut in his
.Test pocket thaniaapair of lizards
in his -hoots.
. One tear from the eyes of a
strong, manly bosom, is worth
rivers from the bosom of a despot
conquered by the iron heel of destiny.
It may not be popular to deal in
honesty and candor, but then it's
a powerful solace to a proud and
noble bosom one that knows the
shallowness and vanity of life
Dr. McLean, the molasses and
whiskey medicine man, is a respected
member of Congress from
Missouri. The bigger the humbug
the bigger trje man.
If we had but a single crumb,
and a beggar would ask for half of
it, 'twould be religion in
our eyes to give half of
it. This may not be the popular
theology of the day, but it's our
idea of religion.
W brigands swooped down
upon Ahnacatlan, a Mexican town,
brandished their fire-arms and
drove the citizens to their homes.
The Mayor, Justice and Alderman
were bound and carried away and
will be held for a large ransom.
If there's a man in this county
whose business, self-support and
happiness of family depends on
one of many contributing two dollars
for value received in order to
get a start in life, let that man call
on the Bourbon News, and he'll
find true a friend.
There are but few kind words
for a man in this world of
ricy, who does his own thinking.
Some infinite power gave him
power to reason, but the narrow
brained guidance powers of theology
seeks to proscribe the liberal
and thinking man in order to get
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THURSDAY, D.EC. 21,
I HENDERSON'S Bt,OCK!r:
John T. Hinton desires all who
pate making handsome .Christmas-' presents,
to hold off buying, as he will sell on
.the above occasion a large stock .of the
handsomest' Stee! engravings
ever seen in this market.
The beautiful samples now on exhibition
in the Windows of the furniture
istoret indicate what the entire offerings
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I will contract and -build barns. Persons
desiring information as to size and
price address me at Millersburg or-Maysville,
Ky. Dan P. Latham.
FARM FOR SALE.
I have for sale 91 acres of good land,
two miles from Millersburg. Also, a
small comfortable dwelling, and two new
barns. Will sell reasonble.
no79 6t , JOHN y; BEDFORD.
As agents for the heirs of the estate of
the late Mrs. Ann Wallace, we will sell at
public sale, on
MONDAY, JANUARY 1st,
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. .
ALLEN WALLACE. .
Mes. S. J. Tueney respectfuuy informs
the public, that she has succeeded
Mrs. M. M. Norris, in the Millinery
business, and is now at her old stand on
-Main St., Paris, where she will always
keep a full line of everything in the
Millinery and Notion line. A specialty
will be made of Ladies' white
goods and novelties.
Mrs. Jas. Short, Jr., an experienced
lady in the business, will preside over the
millinery department, and will leave
nothing undone in gratifying the taste of
'tha inostfastidioufl. - -
Paris Omnibus Line.
'otf first floor for commercial men. Bag
Two first-class buEses will connect with
passenger trains at the Paris depot.
fare, 25 cents to the hotels or any part of
he city or suburbs. Trunks, 15 cents
extra. No charge.for valises.
L. F. Mann, 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 margin,
also boarded on as good terms as any
other stable in Paris.
hoi - mm
J. E. KEEFE
BAKER and CONFECTIONER,
AND DEALER IN
Choice Brands of Cigars and Tobacco
French and American Candies.
WEBER'S Cincinnati Lager Beer on Draught,
Main Street, Paris, Kentucky.
G. W. CAII 1
HORSE AND COW DOCTOR,
NEAR CHANEY'S DISTILLERY,
Will attend all cases of disease or acci
dents in animals, and make charges con
ditional upon success. No core no pay:
Kiiimy' Kimbrough, Jas. S. Huff-
KIMBKOUGH & HUFF, Prop's.
gage transferred to and from the depot
free oi cnarge.
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Grand Opera. Build'g',
"GE0.W. DAVIS, .
. Dealer In
Shades, Carpets, Oil
Clotlis, Mattresses, &c,
tST Special Attention Given to
Undertaking1 "aiad Repairing.
Main Street, Paris, Ky.
PHARES T. THBOOP,
CARLISLE, - KY.
Office over B. F. Adair's grocery.
Calls particular attention of . the farmers
and horsemen, to the .fact that he
is now prepared to put up,
FINE HARNESS and SADDLES
specialty. TVill sell at lower figures
than heretofore for CASH. Special afr
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.E. JOHNSON, f D. D.CONWAY
Prop 'r. W.B. CONWAY
OasfqxttPtfroBxndlroad depot GOOD
umsmy stable attached. The
Irindwt attention given and guests' mad
Qooi Sample Boomi. A table filled
with all the dtlicstiee of the season.
X4.9JW BfiABOHASZiZ -
Rprwents Hartford Fire, Bowling
Grra and Mayirille Masonic Life Com
Attorney at Law,
"Will practice in the courts of Nicholas
and adjoining counties. Special and.
prompt attention given to collections.
Mm. Jaws Pukwll, Jho. R Puknxllw
Table and rooms second to no countn
hotel in the State.
and well ' furnished
Sample Rooms for Commercial
Good Livery Stable attached. Refej
to all who have patronized the house
KY. OENTJRAL R. B.-'-
Shortest and Quickest
ROUTE TO '
Tickets to all points
NORTH, EAST AND WEST.
Special Rates to EMIGRANTS:
For further particulars, apply to
Frank Carr. Paris. Ky.
C. L. BROWN, Gen'l Passenger Act.,
Covington, Ky. '
Time Table in Effect since Oct. 15, '82J
L'v Covington 8a.m.,2:30p.m.,and 8 p.m
A'r at Paris 11:30 a m..5:4.5 p.m.lO:37 p.m
" Iiex'toxr 12:15 p.m.6:35 p.m. 11:20 p.m. '"
IJLiyJLex'ton at 7:45 a.m. 1:35 p.m. 3 p. m
uyx aii at o:oo a:m. z:zv:p;iiuo:3tup;nij""
Jjfv Mayvillo at 6 s.m. and 1 p.m. ' n
A'r at Paris at 8:25"a.m. and 3:30 p.m. ;
" " Iiex'ton at-9:35 a.m. ' .' 'f -
Ii'v Lex'tbn at 5 p.m. ' &
" Paris at.5:35 p.m. and 6:20 a.m. v P&
A'r at.Maysville.8:10 p.m. and 8:45 a.m ' "?l l
LMAU HOUSE,-- '"it
(GHEEN CHEATHAM, Pbop'k:) - -
On Square .from. Eailroad Depot Air
Bapcacre? transferred to and fro. free of "
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lilVERY STABIJ3 ATTACHED
GOLLIER & SHARP, ;
JAMES M. COLLIER, i
Broadway, - - - Millersburg
I also have a saw mill at licking
Station, on the K, C, railroad, arid can ?
fill all orders for cut lumber at lowest mar -. ,
ket price. I will move the mill to any .
locality where a sufficient number of logs
for a yard can be established.
A rail stock of Lumber kept constantly , ',
on hand at thij point. '
T. V. HALL,
s MECHANICAL ENGINEEE,
, . -formerly of Cincinnati.
MILLERSBURG,' - - - KY..
JB Designs, Drawings and Specifications
including Costs on all Architecture
and Machinery, furnished accurately and
W. A. HILL,
Importer and dealer in
ITALIAN MAKBLE. SCOTCH,
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