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M V f lloL. & II. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1883. NO. 149,
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SCOTTlXiLATIONS.
-Harmon D. Ayres, of Missouri, is visit-
his old home and friends in this county.
-Dr. Bob Smith has been called twice
niMng the last week, to visit a patient near
2 -a as, Fayette county.
C "Rnnrhnn TTrkr niuH twill rrivtn t.Virnfi
Cipss during our fain on Wednesday,
Fri(lay nights. The club will meet
r gat at J. "W. Davis & Co.'s store.
'PfckTVall, of Cynthiana, returned home
"Stday from a months' stay at Coney Is-
.. f q'W Dick says tnat he sells tne best cIsars
"nknierica, and can in consequence aflbrd
"Mi trips.
Arthur and staff, escorted by
: o 7th New York regiment, will pass
rough Lexington over the C. k O. for Lou-
s'ille, to be present at the opening of the
Jjgosition to-morrow.
One of Covington's handsomest and
ghtest ladies, Mrs. Branward Smith, is
visiting Mrs. Lan Fretwell, and will remain
for sometime and then visit her brother,
v. I.-G. Hunter, of Georgetown.
The News was pleased to meet Capt.
kick Skillman, of Bennett's Tennessee
ttalion, and Sergeant "Will Swift, Quarter-
apster for Byrne's battery, of Morgan's
at the reunion, after a long, long ab-
"wence. he former lives in Jessamine, and
the latter in Henry county.
Col. Bob Stoner's Strathmore had two colts
to enter the 2:30 class last week in the "West
and Henderson.
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The Crawford House Cincinnati, is already
preparing for the grand rush during the exposition.
In way of enterprise, Vanden is a
hustler and seldom gets left on anything
.new.
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T)b. j. "W. Righter, of Ruddles Mills, says
'.at flux of a malignant form, pervades that
precinct. He has twelve cases under his
charge, and that Dr. Keller, of Shawban,
probably had his share.
WiiiiiUUt Watson, of Maysvllle, committed
suicide Saturday night, by shooting
himself through the head with a thirty-eight
calibre pistol. He was twenty-six years old,
s.nd had been an invalid almost all his life.
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es. Campbell, Judge Mann's urbane
agent that has charge of the line now
ng between Carlisle and the Blue Licks,
trade dollar which ho values at S20
jzob it from Craddock, while coming up
Ihe Blue Licks a few days ago.
viNGTON has bid farewell to the Cincin-
Southern machine shops, which were
e been located there in case the
. well at the depot would supply
. watei. The well has been bored and
-tied, and the supply pronounced
ie by the company.
' k Kentucky Central Railroad Company
received four new consolidated eight
-.p"' wheel engines and two new switch
en.nv,d. They have also received several
coaches of the latest pattern. The
ipts last week were greater than on any
' i the history of the road.
k2?ton C. Goriiam, an aged and re--1
citizen of our city, died yesterday
, i. noon, of paralysis, at the age of G5 years.
His zi.fe and two children, Charlie Gorham
and Mrs. James Taylor, survive him. Funeral
services at the residence, by James M.
aomas, at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
DRjEd.
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In gels and James Russell have
thresher, and are respectfully so
ng patronage. Several machinists have
red with it and t won't go off yet.
. propose to next try powder or
. stn .it as an experiment. The doctor's
engine is called "The Early Breakfast."
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nos. Jones, who died here Thursday
last, was born January 19, 1792, near
Athens, Fayetta county, was a soldier of the
war of 1812 in Col. Dick Johnson's regiment,
and was at the battle of the Thames, where
Tecumraeh was killed. Mr. Jones lived under
every Presidential administration of
our government.
On September 5th, the "Orphan Brigade"
composed of the 2nd, 4th, 5th, Gth and 9th
Kent :cky infantry, commanded by
General Roger W. Hanson, in the Army
of Tennessee, (C. S. A.) will hold their
d annual reunion at Lexington. All of
the remnant of the old brigade in Kentucky
ana' adjoining states, will bo expected to be
' hand.
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The Cincinnati Southern Railroad
has contracted for fifty-five elegant
new passenger cars to be put on between
Cincinnati and Chattanooga, and will revive
the first installment of their purchase
-morrow. Heavy new engines will be put
the road, which will have an increased
.lining capacity sufficient to make the run
from Cincinnati to Chattanooga in three
rr less time.
ap Harry Brent, of this city, who coincided
Capt. Church Campbell's old comity
after the promotion of Capt. Campbell
the Coloncy of the regiment, has his old
xiihorse "Dick," who was purchased for
. ifcrother Major Tom Brent, who was killed
wtitle storming fort at Green River bridge,
'"-me Morgan's raid of '63. "Dick" is still
ttand vigorous and gay as a lark, and is
special pride and pet of his owner.
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organ's men will find a full report of
i'viirsday's proceedings of the reunion on
tueinside of this issne and two columns of
'Hr.Jiames classified in companies and
.Hnts copied from the Lexington Press
that will bo a good souvenir to lay
for 'their grand-children. Copies of
will be sent anywhere by mall
.ji receipt of two three-cent stamps.
' v: aue of next Tuesday will contain the
QMi?5of the entire list.
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T oecretary of our f air answers all let-
' 'tjfofe gaining to business of the fakirs, &c,
e-o q'A for privileges. In reply to his
ttp.jJr" note declining privileges to a
J31 liJiiclflrm, he received the following
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St LouiSj July 2Gthj lg83
i$$XP' We don't want your Darned little
.'XJL rt v aints to nothing for us. We only
LoOii yon to fill in on loss time, you
de., 'air anyway more of a church
pposeds as for taking any stock in
ot. our Games are gambling but
: :iift know enough to know what a 3
is it is a Church member in disguise,
you are one of the left K. K. K. come
up & seis us. no use of spending breath on a
fellctr Dog. good Day
LAYEER&WAX
BLUE LICK SPRINGS.
At the Blue Lick Springs Sunday we found
a fair attendance of visitors and regular
boarders, and on coming away at 2 p. m., we
met quite a number .of vehicles from the
neighboring towns pouring in. Among the
many parties met, were Felix Ashbrook and
wife, have just returned from the White Sulphur
Springs, Va., who, no doubt found that
favorite watering place not tho superior to
our own Blue Licks in any respects. Below
is a partial list of tho arrivals at the Arlington
House:
G. T. Ballingal, Kansas City, Nev.
Rhode Smith, Georgetown.
M. W. Smith, Flemingsbure.
C. N. Wesdon, ?
J. S. Cox,
R. M. Deerham. Dan villa.
Fred Litnee. Cincinnatlo. Ohio.
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G. S. Skeels,
R. G. Lynn,
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A. B. Gateswood, Covington.
J. H. Rust and wife, " -
A. Sailroist. "
James W. Tate and wife, Frankfort.
Miss Monie T. Tate, "
Thos. Wells and wife, Maysville.
Mrs. Jno. McClintock, "
Chas. B. Spear, jr., "
Miss F. Vfmont, St. Louis', Mo.
Miss Bertie Vimont, " "
Miss Hamilton, Indiana.
C. F. Simonds and wife, Lexington.
Jno. Hildreth, Paris.
Tom Fisher, "
Bruce Champ, "
D. T. Ambrose and wife. Lexington.
J. L. Rodman and family, Frankfort.
Mrs. S. A. Rodman, "
A. R. Ashurst, Bourbon Co.
W. C. Goodman, "
James Endlcutt, Harrison Co.
James Florence. " "
Felix Ashbrook and wife, Cynthiana.
x. a. warneti,
Miss Garnett,
F. H. Hood and wife.
Mrs. W. H. Smith, Urbana, Ohio.
Miss Kate Ueiner,
Jay Smith, " "
Miss Pheobe Hern don, Mason Co.
E. S. Herndon, " "
Col. W. W. Baldwin, " "
W. A. Keinoly, Cincinnati, Ohio.
F. F. Gubrecht, Maysville.
The Rev. DeWitt Talmago telegraphed
Capt Turney Sunday evening that it would
be impossible for him to visit the Licks on
the 30th as per agreement, but would be there
on August the 8th.
Savory Tit-Bits From Cynthiana.
Society in Cynthiana and Harrison county
has been recently jostled up over several
first-class scandals. The statement recently
published in the Enquirer to the effect that
Felix Barbee had married Miss Bents, ft very
amiable young lady whom he had 'wronged,
is now doubted by many, as Barbee has ever
since been living by himself in Catlettsburg,
and the young lady is supposed to be in Cincinnati,
where she is soon to become a
mother. This was a cruel, crushing blow to
the Bents family, who are now preparing to
sell out and leave the place in consequence
of the disgrace that has befallen them. A
few of the high-toners, though sorry for the
young lady, are rejoicing that the "chickens
have come to the roost" of young Barbee, on
account of the airing he gave some probably
innocent yet suspicioned parties when correspondent
of the iinquircr several year ago.
A still later sensation has been developed
in the separation of Joseph McClintock and
wife, who mingled in the best society, it is
said, on account of the husband lavishing
undue affections on one not entitled to the
charms that were hers by mutual vows before
high heaven in matrimonial rites.
And still another a handsome widow a
widow with money as well as weeds, who, it
is alleged, left there some time ago to accept
a situation in a prominent business house in
a neighboring city, as foreman of the institution,
has returned to the rural shades of
Harrison, the victim of a misplaced confidence,
smarting with the pangs of a deeply
lacerated heart, and still worse, the loss of
her little roll valued at several thousand
dollars of cool, hard-earned cash.
Thb directors of the Kentucky Central
railroad held a meeting Thursday and discussed
matters pertaining to the improvements
on the new extension. Gen. J. Echols
resigned as Vice-President, and Mr. Riggs
Cunningham, of Cincinnati, was elected to
fill the vacancy. The proposition for the
location of the machine shops at this placo
was discussed, and it was decided in view of
the cholera epidemic that is likely to invade
this entire country in '81, and it's disastrous
effects it would be wholly impracticable to
entertain the question of moving the shops
befora '85, but every assurance was given Mr.
Alexander, director from this place, that
Paris would certainly bo the favored spot
when the proper time arrived.
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During the summer of '81, whn the Rev.
Geo. O. Barnes was evangelizing along the
Big Sandy, a mountain dude named Savage,
fell desperately in love with Miss Marie, and
dogged her foot-steps where e'er she went.
One day in Miss Marie's absence, her father
intercepted one of her letters from Savage,
which was read and the following answer
'penned on the back of it:
Catlettsburg, June 1, '81.
Dear Mr. Savage: Praise the Lord and forget
Marie. Yours in Sweet Jesus,
GEO. O. BARNES.
The amphitheater of the Bourbon Fair is
nearly completed and everything will soon
be in readiness for the fair which begins
Sept. 4th. W. A. Parker, the Secretary of
tne institution, has sent out complimentary
tickets and a 52.50 advertisement to each of
twenty newspapers within a given radius,
thus showing that nothing is left undone in
way of drumming up a large attendance.
Mark our words: it will be larger attended
than ever before.
A BIG SHOW.
WAIT FOR IT.
On Friday, August 10th, O'Brien's 6 Big
Shows will exhibit at PARIS, this is a colossal
amusement enterprise, and worthy of a
visit from all classes. The Menagerie is
complete and the Circus the best traveling.
Dont forget the date.
J. J. Smoot and Waller Sharp, of Sharps-burg,
sold 147 hossheads of tobacco, most of
whfch -were mediums, at the Globe Warehouse,
Cincinnati, last "week. Among the
lot were a number of fancy hogsheads which
brought from $26.75 to S29.50. Two hogsheads
of Owen county brought 32.15 and S34. These
two belonged in a lot of forty hogsheads
which averaged 825.07.
Last Friday afternoon, while returning
from the country, the horse became frightened
and upset the buggy which was occupied
by John T. Speakes and Miss Lillle May
Ammerman, lhrowing Miss Llllie against a
gate-post and cutting two large gashes in
hr head.
WAIT, WAIT, WAIT AND
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THIS SPEAKS OF THE ONLY BIG SHOW COMING TO
PARIS THIS SEASON
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UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL ITS DATES BE CHANGED.
FRIDAY, August 10th,
IS THE TIME FIXED FOR THE COMING OF-THE GREAT- SHOW
TO PARIS, AND IT WILL EXHIBIT ON THAT ONE DAY ONLY.
o $oo;K$f(,
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JOHN O'BRIEN'S SIX BIG SHOWS
ALL 'COMBINED FOR THIS SEASON ONLY,
With HANDENBEKG & CO.'S ROYAL CIRCUS, ASTLEY'S GREAT
LONDON MUSEUM AND MENAGERIE, 20 times
greater tnan ever.
THE OAKTKrOKr IOlTXj.
A Combination of 6 first-class shows in one. Three great Monster Railroad Trains! $2,000,000 actually-Invested!
Six Acres of Water-proof Canvass! 20 times bigger than an Show ever exhibited here before!
1,000 MEN, HORSES AND ANIMALS ! More new and novel features than any 12 ordinary shows trav
eling.
GIANT ELEPHANT EMPRE&, costing $30,000.
VIOCT' SEE.
The only groupe of Zulus. The only band of Cabin Singers. The old blood-sweating hippopotamus. The Jonly six great
Clowns. The only baby Lions six weeks old. The troupe of Japanese. The $50,000 Arctic Aquarium of Sea Lions. The
Largest Performing Elephants in the World. Theonly Black Hairy Rhinoceros. The. only Stud of 20,000 Trick Stallions.
The onlv six great military Bands. The only Great Street parade ever seen here. THE GIANT SHOW OF THE
WORLD.
THIS IS THE BIG SHOW YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR.
Don't confound us with any of the small concerns that are prowling
around here.
WE ARE THE ACKNOWLEDGED BIG SHOW,
Just added the only Egyptian Bovalopus ever exhibited. THE CIRCUS embraces more Equestrians, more Valters, more
Gymnasts, more Clowns, MORE SPECIALTIES THAN ANY SHOW IN AMERICA.
And now a few words to the people of PARIS and vicinity. You all know the show. It has always been known as the
BIG SHOW. It is now Bigger and Better than ever. The Pictorial Bills of the O'BRIEN Six Big Shows are correct representations
of the wonderful features which can be witnessed in the Circus and Menagerie.
THE GREATEST OP ALL SHOWS. NO EXCEPTIONS.
TEE DUD STREET PARI B I, HIT, WM and BUT.
There will be no combination with any other shows. The time is fixed. The O'Brien's Big Show
never changes or postpones, and his show is too big to need a combination with any other. 'Two Thousand
Reserved Cushioned Chairs at but a slight advance. ADMISSION 50 cents. Children under nine years
old, 25 cents.
Arrangements have been perfected for reduced rates on all Railroads-Will
also exhibit at Carlisle, August 8th; Maysville, August 9th; Win
August I3th, ana .Lexington, August 14th.
REMEMBER OUR DATE IS PARIS, AUGUST 10th, 1883.
JIMIU Lout, Prop'r, Jim J, UK Out
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PURHELL
Lve Paris . . .
Arr Lexington
Lve Paris
Lve Paris
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Lve Cynllana .
Lve Falmouth
Arr Coviugtou
M1LLERSBURG, KY.
IN THE WORLD
Lve Miller8burg
-Live imrusie
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Arr Maysville .
. 11:12am
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No. 32.
Lve Paris 5:15am
Lvo Winchester . . 7:07am
Lve Richmond . . . 9:30am
Lve Lancaster . . ,12:05pm
Arr Stanford June . 12:50pm
TRAINS NORTH.
Lve Stanford June
Lve Lancaster . .
Lve Richmond . . ,
Lve Winchester . ,
Arr Paris . . . . . ,
No:l.
4:00am
4:2Sain
6:00am
7:07am
8:05am
Lve Maysville . . . 5:55am
Lve Carlisle .... 7:25am
Lve Millersburg ... 7:45am
Arr Paris 8:10am
Lve Lexington . . . 7:80am
Arr Paris S:iJam
8:&)am
8:5'am
9:&5am
11:80am
No. 4.
8:00paa
4:17pm
6:03pm
5:35pm
6:35pm
6:15pm
5:40pm
6:05pm
6:25pm
7:55pm
5:40pm
6:40pm
7:50pm
9:10pm
9:40pm
No. 3.
12:30pm
2:00pm
2:18pm
2:iUpm
ii'JOpm
2:45pm
2:45pm
SriOpm
4:17pm
6:00pm
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No. I.
4:13psk
6:51pm
:49poi
7:25pm
725pm
8:10pm
No. 33.
2:20pm
S:05pm
9:50pm
3:00pm
&:4Pym
8:40pui
4:llJru
5:02 pm
o. 91ve Lex'ton 4:45pm; arr Maysv'le 7:55iia
No.ll " " " T
5:o5am; l:iX)am
No.10 " Mayav'o o:55am: " Lex'ton 9:li'aiu
No.12 " " 12:30pm; " " 3:4opu
No. 8 " Cov'ton 6:55pm; " Falm'th S:
No. 7 " Falm'th 6:15am; " Cov'ton 8:10t".
No.31 "Stanf'dJ.4:00am; Paris 8:05a .
Nos. 4 and 5 daily between Covington ai.4
Lexington; all others daily except Sunday.
Special Rates to EMIGBANT&.
JE3"For tickets, rates and information pertaining
to time, connections, Ac. call on or
address JOHN STUART, Agent,
Pjlbis, Ky.
G. W.
Supt.
C. L.
Q.P.&F.A,
PAKIS MACHINE SHOE
MAODONAGH BROTHEES, MSgir
Mechanics, who served their apprenticeship
in England, offer their servlcw t
the people of Bourbon and surroundinjc
counties, and are prepared to rep'r
Engines, Distillery Machinery, Saw Mil
Flouring Mills, Boilers, Flues, Scale.
Tobacco Screws, and in. fact, everything
pertaining to machinery. Prices reasonable
and terms cash. Shop located in
Cottontown, at Shaw's old stand.
LAMAR HOUSE,
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Rats, Two Dollars 'Pev Dy. '.
Nice Sample Eoomsor Commercial in en
Livery, aru&Sak BtabU Connectdd ' !.
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FIRE
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LARGEST COMPANIES
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t& tosses Promptly Puifi.
$& Rak8 as Low as The Lvw&L -?SS
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UBLUE GRASS ROUTE?1
KY. CENTRAL RAIL ROAD.
Is the shortest and quickest routi
to MISSOURI, KANSAS and
TEXAS. Tickets to all
points North, East
and West.
Time Card in Effect July 8th, 8&
Lve Covington
Lve Falmouth
Lve Cynthiana
Arr Paris . . . .
TRAINS SOUTH.
No. 2.
. 8:00am
. 0:35am
. 10:35am
. 11:12am
(GREEN CHEATHAM, Pbop1)
CARLISLE, KT.
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One Square from Railroad Depot Ak
Baggage transferred to and fro, fret
charge!
LIVERY STABLE ATTACH
novl4y
Walnut ail Cherry Logs.
Will pay cash for logs ten, twelve and
and fourteen feet long. Must he straight
and clear of bad defects, and not leas than
eighteen inches in diameter.
J. M. THOMAS.
DR. YMSAHI.:..
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Bkoadwat, Paws Kt.v;
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Office Hours-U" 4P.VM,
17" 8P,M,
PHABES T. THROOP,
CARLISLE, - . KY.
Office over B. F. Adair's groctry
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