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TIE BOURBON HEWS.
PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FE1DAYS.
. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor
Boukbon News Publishing Co.
SXTBSOBIPTI627 BATES.
One year in advance, - - - $2. 00
Wx months in advance, - - 1. 00
Entered at the Post-office at Paris,
&y., as second class mail matter.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
Governor J. Proctor Knott.
Hindman.
Attorney-General Watt Hardin,
treasurer Dick Tate
Auditor Faywtte Hewitt.
Superintendent Public Instruction-Joe
Desha Pickett
Register of Land Office Jno. H. Cecil.
COUNTY TICKET.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE,
CHAP.LES OEFUTT.
ANtfOTTKCEMENT.
JUDGE T. F. HARGIS,
CANDIDATE FOR "
Judge of ivourt of Appeals.
FOB CIRCUIT JUDGE.
We are authorized to announce "Wellington
A. Uunniugham, of this city, as a
rindidate tor Circuit Judge, to fill the
vacancy rendered by the resignation pi
Judge Ben. F. Buckner. He respectfully
-submits his claims to the Democracy.
We are authorized to announce Capt.
Jerre Morton, of Lexinglon, as a candidate
for Circuit Judge, to fill the vacancy
caused by the resignation ot Judge B.l.
Buckner. He submit his claims to the
Democracy.
The Bent Business.
The News went to Covington Friday
and had a long interview with the Rev.
J. G. Tunison, regarding the controversy
between himself and the Rev. James M.
Bent, of Millersburg. A large portion of
that interview was placed in type Saturday
afternoon, and would have been dished
out for our readers to-day, but owing
to the intervention of our kind friends
"W. H. H. Johnson and J. G. Allen, who
are gentlemen whom we could not well
refuse. For their sake, and the sake of
ih the Bantist "congregation to which.
they belong, we suppress for the present
the large-sized newspaper controversy
which the interyiew would have provoked,
and received the asssurance from
them that the matter would be investigated
and settled at the approaching Association
of their church. Therefore, for
the sake of harmony in their little congregation,
the readers of the News will have
to be content with the following little
summary of the affair :
Mr. Bent and the Rev. Mr. Tunison's
son were partners in a shoe store. Mr.
Bent furnished the capital against Mr. Tunison's
time) After a business of fourteen
months, it was closed out at a small
loss. The books showed that Tunison's
mother furnished $60 at one time and $50
at another to relieve the store from a
pressure of indebtedness, and that the
same had been drawn out in the same
quantities and paid to Mrs. Tunison.
Mr. Bent claimed this as his money, but
in the settlement the board of abitrators
said it was not his, but Mrs. Tunison's.
' Thfc, Mr. Bent half admitted to a brother
of his church at Millersburg, was due the
Tutiisons, but never would admit such to
them. The Tunisons also claim that Mr.
Bent sinned in a very unbecoming
manner in attaching their family organ,
to make the balance of the debt due him.
when payment had not been demanded.
The financial difference between the
parties has been settled. It is now a
church affair, and one in which the public
would be but little interested.
Our conclusion from the evidence
gleaned in the interview, is this: We do
not think that Mr. Bent has been guilty
of the sin of Annannias and Sapphira, as
charged by the Rev. Tunison, but we do
think that in his Shylockian avarice to
claim, the pound of flesh due him, he
laid claim to a sum which fee afterward
admitted to a church brother
unjust, and being goaded by the Rev.
Mr. Tunison to confess personally to him
his wrong, allowed brute stubbornness to
take posession of bis heart, and nothing
short of a church tribunal can make it relent,
and it is extremely doubtful whether
it will be effective.
By request, as before stated, we dismiss
- the controversy from our columns, and
cheerfully consign its parcipitants to that
reclusiveness from which they have so
recently been unearthed, and, it is (ardently
hope that their flocks will turn
shepherds"and surround their erring pastors
and teach them brotherly love, forbearance,
long-suffering and forgiveness,
which, after having been garnered as
shining 'treasures, will be crowned with
that cap-sheaf gentility, which adds a
a pearly polish to the christian to whom
. the wicked wordlian will not shrink to
speak.
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Gov. Blackbuzn proved himself a
flunkeying old imbecile, by goine,to Cincinnati
in a special car to meet the Rev.
Mr. Taltnage. While weare in favor of
treating all distinguished guests with all
courtesy due to them, we mo3t heartily
condemn this flunky hero-worship business.
There are just as good and just as'
smart preacher in this State as Talmage.
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MHiLiEBSBUBG.
Ievy Trotter caught a big eel Saturday.
Bora, to the wife of Mike Thornton, a
daughter.
Tom Judy's month
weighs 18 pounds.
old boy baby
Miss "Grinner" Pyles, of Covington, is
the guest of the family of Ike Chanslor. '
Col. T. Bug Oliver brought ud the rear
of the Morgan reunion Saturday afternoon.
Bowling Green is expecting President
Arthur to go fishing in Barren river August
2. '
Shooting and riotous Gonduct reigned
supreme again Saturdav nieht amonz the
colored folks.
A colored picnic was held in the "big
woods" of B. F. Johnson's farm below
town Saturday.
The town trusteis sold the trees and
fence of the public square Saturday, to
several buyers, the sum aggregating $68.
Mart Layson is getting up an excursion
of four wagons loaded with passengers, to
be pulled to the Blue Licks by Wade's
traction engine, at an early day.
Harrison Stoker and Mrs. Hendricks,
aged widower and widow of this place,
were married Sunday afternoon, at the
residence ot James Scott, in Paris.
There has not been a church or a hotel
bell rung here for two weeks, on account
of an invalid school girl at the Female College.
The 3 p. m. train coming from
Mansville, which used to whistle opposite
the college, does not whistle now.
A. G. P. Dodge of the Kentucky
Union railway, has donated $7,500 to aid
education in Breathitt county, of which
$3,000 is to be used for the erection of an
academy at Jackson, the county seat.
All is not in a serenely sweet and happy
condition among the Republican leaders
over at Dahville. Last Friday, Logan
McKee went into the Danville Tribune
office to pay his account and stop his paper,
and after having done so, called Capt.
Murphy, the editor, a "d d liar" about
something, when Murphy downed him
and put a couple of beautil Swiss sunsetB
on his eyes. Postmaster J. S. Linney, a
mend 01 Jiclvee s, lan in witn an open
knife in hand, and pulled Murphy off,
when Murphy ruthlessly flung a beautifully
bound copy of that rare book the
American Congressional Recerd, at
head, and Linney chased Murphy
around the grand stand promising to
carve him for a few minutes. Not being
able to catch Murphy, the show busted
up, when McKee and Linney walked
arm in arm away.
Charles Ray, Louisville, says: "I have used
Brown's Iron Bitters and found it to give
me great relief in rheumatism."
Old Dan Eicc Nathan & Co.'s Show.
This veteran Grimaldi who for many successive
years delighted the inhabitants of
this section of the world with his brilliant
flights of oratary and comical, amusing
was, has again come forth from temporary
retirement, and will be sen at PARIS on
Thursday Aug. 9th with Nathans & Co's consolidated
shows, for whom he is proving a
genuine bonanza, as hundreds of people
daily flock to their exhibitions merely for
the purpose of catching a look at the old-time
favorite, whose name is cherished in
their memories with the most endearing affection.
The papers throughout the state have been
showering golden ecomiums upon Nathans &
Co.'s splendid circus performance and from
among many of the same character we clip
the following from the Albany Daily Union
of May 4th:
Nathans & Company's menagerie and
French circus arrived this morning and
made their street parade through the principal
thorough fares, which was a very creditable
one. This afternoon they gave the
first performance, which was an excellent
one, especially the bareback principle of
Mme. Dockrill in her grand acts of riding
and driving four horses, also the acrobatic
performances of the thre Ashton Brothers,
who are wonderfully clever in their line,
and being large men of fine build make a
grand appearance. The clowns, two in number,
besides Col. Dan Rice are Mons. Lerch,
late of the French circus, Paris, bringing
with him everything new and original, was
a pleasant feature of the afternoon performance,
as well as Billy Carroll, whose comical
songs and witty sayings kept the immense
audience in roars of laughter. Another feature
of the show was Prof. Rhineheart's
troupe of performing dogs which were very
amusing to the children. The wonderful flying
ring act of Mme. Lefevre was one which
thrilled the audience. The De Bar Brothers
fndia rubber men, surnamed the Serpentine
"Wonders, astonished every one by their difficult
feats of contortion. Mr. Win. Smead.
the barrel and cross performer, does an act
of which he may well be Proud, as well as
the eight horizontal bar performers in their
great ana wonaenui tumbling, leaping and
gymnastic acts, &c, &c. Dan Rice came into
the ring and made one of his old time witty
speeches which pleased everybody present.
The equestrian performance is under he
immediate supervision of Mr. R. H. Dockrill,
which is a sufficient guarantee that every
part of it is one of the finest shows that has
been here in years.
E. E. Winters, Covington, says: "Brown's
Iron Bitters cured me of a pain in the chest
caused by indigestion."
Call at J. J. Shaw & Co.'s and see the Lightning
self-sealing glassfruitjarthe best in America.
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ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12th,18S3,
I will sell at public sale, on the premises
at Ruddles Mills, the following property:
One lot of 16 acres of land, adjoining the
Methodist church, containing a one-story
residence with three rooms good well of
water. Will sell it as a tract or will divide
to suit the purchasers.
At the same time, one double house with
six rooms, on a lot of about an acre the
property now being occupied by Nelson Stephens
and Ambrose McCarney.
TERMS. One-half of the purchase money
down, and the balance in twelve months
with 6 per cent, interest. A lein will be hel
on the property for purchase money.
E. C. FOSTER.
Polk Forsyth, Auctioneer.
JAMES McAEDLE,
PINT TAIL01
(xrand Opera Bulld'g,
CINCINNATI, O.
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That Brown'sIron Bitters
will cure the worst case
of dyspepsia.
Will insure a hearty appetite
and increased digestion.
Cures general debility, and
gives a new lease of life.
Dispels nervous depression
and low spirits.
Restores an exhausted
ingmother to full strength
and gives abundant sustenance
for her child.
Strengthens the muscles and
nerves,enriches theblood.
Overcomes weakness, wakefulness,
andlack of energy
Keeps off all chills, fevers,
and other malarial poison.
Will infuse with new life
tie weakest invalid.
37 Walker St., Baltimore, Dec x88i.
For six years I have been a great
from Blood Disease. Dys-
pepsia,andConstipation,andbecain8
so debilitated that I could not retain
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anyttung on my aiomacn, ia ",
life habf almost become a burden.
Finally, when hope had almost left
me, my husband seeing Brown's
Iitotf Bitters advertised in th
japer, induced me to give it ainau
f nm now taking the third bottle
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and have not felt so vrell in six
ears as I do at the present time.
Mrs.X. F. Gmpfxx.
Brown's Iron Bitters
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one who
needs "bracing up," than
any medicine made.
Charlie Garrett, formerly of this place,
married Miss Pauline Kowe, of Memphis,
Tenn., in Cincinnati, last week.
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Hon. John G. Carlisle passed down the
road yesterday to make a speech at Flem-
Ingsburg.
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The name of Elizaville Station has been
changed to Nepton, and Houston's Station
to Kenney, by the new time table of the K.
C. road.
W. S. City Clerk, was fined
$10 and costs in the Mayor's Court yesterday
morning for disorderly conduct on the
streets Saturday. '
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Thus far there have 75,000 bushels of wheat
sold here this year against 100,000 last year at
this time. The crop has fallen short 40 per
cent in this county. The offerings here yesterday
ranged from 94 to 9G cents per bushel.
The new time table of the K. C. which
went into effect Sunday, denominates the
Maysville and Lexington Road the "Mays-ville
and Lexington Branch." The main
line being at present from Covington to
Stanford, passengers for Lexington will now
have to change cars at this place. By the
new time card, the morning trains arrive
here about the same and the evening train
about half an hour later. The fast train 1b
taken off. The new time table will appear
in our Friday's Issue.
The primary election for the nomination
of Circuit Judge passed off very quietly
throughout the district Saturday. The Lexington
Observer says from the bet information
it could get Saturday night, that
Capt Jere Morton was nominated by about
3,000 in the district. It says that Breck carried
Madison county by about 400 majority
and Cunningham carried Bourbon by 600,
while Morton carried Clark by 300, "Woodford
by 250, Jessamine 250, Fayette 600, and Scott
by 150.
A. T. MitchxIiI,, formerly of North
has lf t Covington for Fulton, Ky.,
where he will open a banking house, Sept.
1st, called Fulton Bank. Fulton is situated
on the Ohio river fifty miles south of
on the Tennessee line, and at the Junction
of the Chesapeake & Ohio and the
Illinois Central & St. Louis roads. It has a
population of 2,000 inhabitants, 11 dry goods
and 13 grocery stores, and is a local option
town. It is surrounded by seven interior
towns within a radius of twenty tmiles,
neither of which has a bank. The nearest
banks are at Paducah and Memphis. Mr.
Mitchell is highly pleased with his prospect,
and will spend the month of "August cultivating
the acquaintance of the people. His
salary, which is a good one, commences
August 1st, though the banking business
will not commence for 9, month later, owing
to the construction of the building being in
course of progress.
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IT IS THE BEST.
ONE HUNDRED PONIES.
A feature of the O'Brien 6 Big Shows which
exhibit here on Augr. 10th, is a herd of small
Shetland Ponies. These diminutive equines
are the most petite specimens of horse flesh
in America, some not larger than a New
foundland Dog, and one driving in the Golden
Chariot of Cinderella in the Grand Street
Pageant on the morning of the day of exhibition.
HOTEL FOR SALE.
HAVING DETERMINED TO MIGRATE
to Texas, I will offer at private sale, the
BOTJBBOM" HOUSE, the principal hotel
property of Paris. The house is large,
roomy and located in the old and business
portion of the city, and has a fine "paying
trade. Will sell the house and fixtures at a
bargain. For full particulars, call on address
HENRY TURNEY, Proprietor.
COTTAGES FOR RENT.
NEW BRICK COTTAGE on Georgetown
road. Also, FRAME COTTAGE near
K. C. Passenger Depot.
J. M. THOMAS.
I, I I. JOlHIi Prop'r, 1 1. MM Clerk.
HOUSE,
jfyitnLiEUS BV KG, KY.
One squtir tmm ' 1' 1M,I
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Horses
commission
Good
The
kindest attention given and guests made
comfortable.
Good Sample Booms. A table filled
with all all the delicacies of the season.
BATES REASONABLE.
WM. KENNEY,- M. D.,
PRACTITIONER OF
MEDICINE fc SURGERY,
May be found during the day, when
not professionally engaged, at Brooks &
Lyman's Drug Store , at night, at the residence
of Prof. E. Amende, on High st.
GEO. W. DAYIS,
Dealer In
FTJKNITUEE,
Window Shades, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Mattresses, &c.,
9Sf Special Attention Given to
Undertaking and Repairing.
Main Street, Paris, Ky.
T. W. POTTS,
Livery, Sale
& Feed Stable
CARLISLE, KY.
public hire.' Terms reasonable.
T. V. HALL,
.n OHITEOT
AND
MECHANICAL ENGINEEtt,
formerly of Cincinnati.
MILLERSBUBG, - - - KY.
JEgjTDc'signs, Drawings and Specifications
including costs on all Aivuitocture
and Machinery, furnished aocnratelv and
promptly. sepiyy
HENRY DAUM,
Fashionable Barber
Opp. Odd Fellows Hall .... Parts, Ky
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FEMALE COLLEGE.
THE College is pleasantly located on Main
street, Paris, Ky. The school-rooms and
boarding department are perfect in all their
appointments, ready for ensuing term.
The College opens Monday, September 10th,
1SS3, with a faculty of 10 teachers.
A. SANDERS, Principal.
FARM FOR SALE
AS AGENT FOR THE WILMOT
heirs, I will offer for sale privately, the
farm of 165 acres, situated near Hutchison
Station, half way between Paris and
Lexington, on the K. C. Railroad, with
the branch of the Bethlehem and Hopewell
Turnpike running in front of the
door. About 60 acres are under cultivation,
and balance in grass. Good brick
residence in good repair. Good water,
orchard, ice-house, barns and all necessary
outbuildings. This farm is a very
valuable farm perhaps as good land as
there is in the countv or bluegrass region,
and is a rare chance for purchasers desiring
a small farm.
Call on or address me at Paris, Ky.
J. SMITH KENNEY, Agt.
PUBLIC
OF
JERSEY CATTLE,
ON
THURSDAY, AUGUST 9th, '83.
ON ABOVE DATE I WILL SELL ON THE
grounds of the Bourbon Agricultural
Society, Paris, Ky., twenty-three head of
Registered Jersey Cattle, and thirty-five
head of unregistered pure Jerseys. Among
these are many extra good butter cows now
in full milk. Sale to begin promptly at 1
o'clock, p. m. TERMS. (50 days, bankable
paper, bearing interest at 8 per cent.
P. C. Kidd, Auctioneer. J. T. DAVIS.
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Paris Omnibus Line.
Two first-class busses will connect with
all 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.
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SILKS and SATINS, HENRETTA CLOTH;
BUNTINGS. OASSIMERES, &c, have been s
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IN ORDER TO REDUCE OUR LARGE STOCK WE WILL 0F&
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LINENS, DOYLIES, TOWELS, OOUNTE
p ANES. &c. . are of the richest designs and qu
ity. A 'full line of WHITE GOODS, HA1
BURGS ana juavjiio ana au me lacesi; novenai
of the season.
LADIES' AND GENTS' NEOKWARE
SPECIALTY.
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during the next 60 day our Spring and Summer Clothing at twiir
vw ot. lasc "hoTi firvrmoT prices, firvr tt. money. Notice mir pri
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Men's fine suits,
Men's fine suits,
Men's fine suits,
Men's fine suits,
Gents' fine suits,
Gents' fine suits,
Boys' fine suits,
Mens' luster coats,
Mens' luster coats,
Boys' luster coats,
Romember that all these goods are new; only bought this seasi
Don't fail to call early and you can Duy.
FOR S jSk.
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hbbmmb of Stony
in this county, will open a select school
for young men and boys, in the city of Paris,
on the second Monday in September next,
In the building on Pleasant street, recently
occupied by Prof. Lockhart.
For terms or any other Information in regard
to the school he refers to Judge Turney
or Hon. G. C. Lockhart.
BOURBON COUNTY
Agricultural Society.
THE 4Gth annual fair of the Bourbon
County Agricultural Society will be
held at Paris, Ky., September 4th and continue
five days. 7,0D0 IN PBEMIUMS. New
stand! New stables! One of the best half-mile
tracks in the State! In addition to the
regular class rings for stock, there will be
two trots each day. Location of grounds all
that could be desired accessible from all
poiutsby rail. Floral Hall with its usual
attractions. The Kentucky Central railroad
and branches will run special trains at
excursion rates. For particulars, address
the secretary. "W. A. PARKER, Sec'y.
J. W, Fekgtjson, Pres't.
&5Entries to purses close August Oth.
TAKE WARNING
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20 broke mules color, size and ages good;
10 Jerseys registered and unregistered;
15 Shorthorns;
20 Yearling Southdown rams;
100 Cotswold ewes:
120 Cotswold and Southdown lambs.
No letters answered. Buyers must come
and see for themselves.
CHARLES E. BUTLER,
1 miles east of Paris, on North Mlddletown
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LIVERY SALE AND COM
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High Street, Paris Kentuck
Will break colts to best adv
Horses bought and sold on a smaL
gm, also boarded on as good terms
other stables in Paris.
CHRIS, grosch
Sim lira;
DEALER IN
Fruits, Cakes, FaJ
Goods, Cigars ai
ToTbacco, &c.
FRESH BREAD EVERY DJ
JlSTOne door above the Thurston!
R. M. KENNEY,
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Paris,
Will attend to all calls in his li
Boinbon and surrounding counties
promptness. Charges Reasonable
HOT WEATHE
IS DOWN UPON US WITH A SWOOP. SWELTERING HUMA
consults the thermometer and the poor, perspiring mortal greets his
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fiendishly smiles to himself as he reflects that he ha succeeded in
ing another unhappy victim to "Old Sol's" rays somewhat warmer
more uncomiortable.
NOW, THEREFORE, instead of consulting the thermometer, co
once and interview u b, ana ieei yourself a new man by donning so
our light, cool summer garments, and also REMEMBER THAT
LOW SCALE OF PRICES STILL HOLDS GOOD. OUR GREAT M
DOWN SALE STILL CONTINUES. The world revolves on its axis
sensible, careful buyers come to headquarters for a good article at
price.
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