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' i ll I li'ni llll Illjjl" U.. t j 'i(iTiTyifitrrii,iiinjw:fiiV in rfnij'' yrcir'" IIIU'IIWXI !! TfcMHlllf l l"HWf '"t'" ' - V V - &-, f W)K!,4fcfH;.rTw( ! "f " THE BOURBON NEWS. - FUBLI8HSD TU1SDAYS AND FBIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor . "Bourbon Nkws Publishing Co. STJBSCBIPTION KATEB. Oiio in $2. 00 year advance, - - - ix months in advance, - 1. 00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, yM as second class mail matter. FOR PRESIDENT, i'hat uncrowned King of every Democratic heart, SAMUEL J. TILDEN. FOB VICE PKESIDENT, MfrTilden's companion in Victory and in Humiliation, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, ANNOUNCEMENT. Ulchard field, oi ML Sterling, is a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals, to sd Judge Hargis subject to the action of the Democracy of the First Appellate District 'Xhehe are eight hundred men at work oil the Ohio river bridge at Hendpreon. Col. Mosky has written a letter de rfounciug Mahone and his methods, and violently objecting to the Kepublicans affording him any support. The Ohio State election will take place ext Tuesday. It looks very much like that the quarrel among the Cincinnati Democrats will defeat the entire State ticket. Postal cards will not made any longer after the 30th inst. It is proper to state, however, that they will continue to be the same length as at present. Journal. The new two-cent stamp contains the picure of "Washington and is a pale carmine red color. The four-cent stamp is of creen color, and contains the picture Andrew Jackson. There are symptoms that Senator Pendleton will get down on his knees and crawl to the editor of the Enquirer and beg for mercy. Politics, indeed, sometimes provides strange bedfellows. Of the 117 counties in Kentucky, 79 have newspapers published within their borders. Of the 189 papers in the btate, 12 are daily, 2 tri-weekly, 10 semi-weekly, "111 weekly, 5 semi-monthly and 17 monthly. g Gov. Knott Iras appointed Dr. to the Superintendency of thejLunatic Asylum at Lexington, to supercede Dr. Bullock. It is understood that no other changes will be made in the Asylum management. ' . The Array of the Cumberland will meet in Cincinnnati Oct. 24 and 25-General Sherridan and staff have engaged rooms at the Burnet. Other prominent officers are daily applying for rooms at the same hotel. Thebe are but few men brave enough to stand up and do right in the face of public opinion when it is experiencing one of those false and delusive tidal waves, of suddenly formed opinionsjon any one subject, whether political or otherwise. Hon. Richard Reid, of Montgomery County is the choice of the Democracy of Harlan Countv for Judge of the Court of Appeals in Judge Hargis' district Exchange. The same all through the blue-grass district. There is a chance that the Democrats will carry Minnesota this fall. Their candidate for Governor is Adalph Bierman, Norwegian. There are 35,000 Scandinavians in the State, and at least half of them will vote the Democratic ticket this year for tho first time. Louisville is having a carnival of mg, shows and various attractions in ad ditions to the great Southern Exposition. The present meeting of the Jockey Club offers a very large number of stakes, and many of the most noted race-horses in the country are on the grounds. There are a great many chonic abusers irrthe land, and they all float into this office to request their individual enemies abused. Notice is given that this office is not a private abuse factory, and that abusive articles in their behalf will not be manufactured here. Legitimate news items and opinions are what we deal in only. Nine men out of ten when asked Syliat's the news," first think for a moment to see if thev have something that they waut hrajispd on, and failing on that score, task their minds for a country girl, knee high to a duck visiting somewhere in the neighborhood. If a farm is sold cr a man is shot near their doors, they never think to tell it, but labor under the that the newspaper man has already heard of it. Fred Douglas, who was chairman of the late colored convention at Louisville, iailed to get a national Hurrah as he expected. The intelligent colored men of the South have lost faith in their dear Frederick since he has proven himself to have been a cod and mercenary man here of late, carrying merely for his own household as Grant did with the Dent family; Fred does not love his dear ored people half that he let on to during iioila very days. MillersTjurg: (War) Department. Mrs. J. T. Nesbitt is talking of moving at to rans. . I Miss "Wilsie Miller left for home in St. Louis Monday. Our ladies who visited Maysville, have all returned home. Tom Wadeli has been seeking a situa tion in Cincinnati, as a drummer. Only four representatives from here went to Cincinnati on Kentucky day. Our colored band blew their brains out at the Carlisle Colored Fair, last week. Who was it that said John Smedley was "Brother B'ar" on top of the head? Hon. Wm Pogue is the two hundred and pounds store-keeper at Barton's still-house. Large and soft buBtles will be worn by the male and female skaters, when the rink opens John Jameson was assigned to H. C. Bowea'a distillery at Ruddles ilillp, for this session The street leading from councilman Mclntyre's door to Georgetown has been macadamized The persistancy with Which some of the business men play croquet, is truly praiseworthy . Please complete the Park fenne so that Finny O'Bryan and Ja kie Hitt can be locked and kept at work. Billy Conway left Thursday for the St. Louis fair, and Will visit relatives in Marshall, Mo.j before he returns Our postmaster "has a big boil on the end of his nose. Wonder how much it cost him to make it that way? Mrs. Nannie Patten is adding further improvements to her attractive home by grading and leveling off the yard. It is said that the Pleasant street lady wishes to be post-mistress just to get to see the News before anyone else. Two white men and twenty-one colored gentlemen were observed playing cards for money near the distillery Sunday. Two old and respected colored men, NedChevis and Jerry Hall, died last week. One by one to old timers drop away. J. B. Armstrong, after a long furlough, has been assigned to Government work. He goes to the house of Sam Clay, Jr., & Co., Paris. Since the shooting at Blue Licks, Joe Will Miller says he had a right to be big-eyed when the Rogers boys were taking depositions here. The school house racket of this depart ment meets with the hearty approval of a majority of our citizens, but no one has the energy to lead. It was Billy Balienger who was elected marshal, and not AVhittaker as reported labt week. Now stand from under a little bit, you law-breakers. Lee W. Corrington, one of Millers-burg's brightest and most promising young men, left for his home in Nashville, Tenn., Saturday. Private to Sheriff Armstrong: Come down any Lord's Day morning and you'll see the finest collection of colored gamblers the State affords. A Millersburg girl remarked "I have attempted to live on love and learned that just when I thought it was about to digest I had to give it up. The colored methodists have painted the cupola of their church and put new seats in the sanctuary. The rovivai begun in 1860, has received boom. It is not within the province of this department to rebuke the meek, nor blab the names of the married men who "take a walk" at night. II it wasl O! Lordy! if it was!! Jno. Bedford left for Florida, vesterday. Dr. Charlie Brown and Jno. Brown followed him this A. M. In the depature of Dr. Brown, the Ingersoll club loses its audience. Mrs. Dr. Smith's famous mockers, "the Joneses," have turned up their little toes to the Autu un leaves and don't propose to again bathe in a soap dish. The invoice of Smiths and Browns is dispaired of. The attention of the council is respect fully called to the condition of the street lamps. Since some vandal white hand broke the globes, 'Burgers have wandered in the darkness and most likely in ignorance. Some fond parents will bewail the loss of a boy one of the:e fine evenings. The manner in which the children are allowed to congregate at the depot, and turn hand springs and scuffle before moving trains is a crying shame. "Willie Hays and Harry Hager mounted bicycles to follow the boarders the other day, but the young ladies walked into thecemetry grounds all unconsciovs of the pain they were giving. Bicycles and dudes are not permitted within the gates. It is really amusing to witness tho contortions of a young doctor while wrestling wih a disastrous stomach ache. Especially is this true when a half pint of calamity water and a handful of pepper augments the disturbance. Stand from under. The bo)Ts have another version for Col. Oliver's appellation of "Bug." It seems that Mr. O. presented Lads Trotter with a large lazy riosr, which Lads saw fit to namp Buss. Top small boys called the dog "Bug Oliver" and then Pot Rogers put it to the Col. Prof. F. L. Bristow met with a painful accident Saturday, while returning from Covington. A few miles South of Cyn thiana, he put his hand out of the car window to point out an object to someone when the train dashed into a cut, striking the hand against the rocks and shattering the bones of the fingers and arm. Billy Balienger what a jolly name has been appointed marshall to assist this department in holding the town level. For instructions about running his office. Mr. Balienger please consult last Tuesday's issue. He will, also, please not throw his feet out of the precinct, nor have too long a coat tail to his black coat. For special instructions call l ters. 'herB'Ae." The Democrats of New York place their majority in that State in November 50,000. The factions in the city of New Ycak will be harmonized. "Women's Health Journal" ' Contains valuable information on the diseases of women only. Published by Lady Physicians who havo made these peculiar weaknesses oi tho sex tneir sole stuay lor years. It gives the causes, symptoms, and a sure home treatment for Prolapsus Uteri or Falling of the Womb, Inliamation and Ulceration of the womb and all displacements. Leucorrhcea or "Whites, Irregular, suppressed or painful Menstruation, Flooding. Sick and Nervous Headache, Indigestion, .Dyspepsia, Heartburn, "Weakness in Back and stomach. Bcroiuia, pains in side, Dizziness, js.ianey Complaint, Barrenness, Nervous Prostration Depression of Spirits. General Debility of "Women and change of life. Sent on receipt of six cents in stamps. Address, Dr. Bush's Medical Association, Nunda, New York. IF1 O H 3EL EI 330" T . TBOUR good rooms and large attic over my m Confectionery, Suitable for dress-making or mtllinery establishment, or a small family. Apply to JOHN GNADINGER. nGRATES TO SET ! T am prepared to do all job work, such as setting grates, mantles, &c., and will guar- antee perfect satisf uction or no pay, 2sep2t ROBT. S. RANSDELL. jno. a?. UNDERTAKER -AND Furniture Dealer. i A full line of furniture, coffins, carpets, bracket pictures, win dow hangings, &c constantly on hand, and will be sold to compete with Cincinnati prices. TirsdofBosmingBackwards And have determined to build one of the best Roller Mills in the United States (capacity 150 barrels,) with all the recent improvements in the art of milling. I have in past 12 months visited some of the very first class mills in the country and been corresponding with some of the first class millivrights in the United States, and after thoroughly posting myself and with God's blessing and never iireing energy hope to boom ahead in the mining business my long past experience in milling and other various kinds of machinery I think warrants me in saying no mill shall surpass the Paris Mills in making as goodfiour as is made in America (mill will likely be stopped from two months to 10 weeks, in the meantime stock we have on hand and supplies I will purchase from the very first class mills I will supply my customers as usual. (No use looking elsewhere we will furnish you.) "Will also exchange mill products for wheat and corn. Ever Kindly and Respectfully Yours, War. SHAW. Paris Mills, Sep. 2Sth, 1883. St lg f(et,efed Jei$ey$ AT- PBBLIC mjLTLtt On WEDNESDAY and TIIUKSDAY, Oct. 10 & 11, we will sell at Messrs. Treacy & Wilson's stable, Lexington, Ivy., commencing at 1 o'clock promptly on Wednesday, and 10 o'clook on Thursday, (AB All I i Mil mTMimi 120 females and 5 bulls, from such noted families as tho Coomassies, Signals, St. Heliers, Pierrots, Rajahs, Alpheas, Rexs. Duke76, ect. Of bulls, we will sell the inbred Signal bull Jessup &49, three grandly bred young bulls, and a son of the great 510,000 bull Pedro. The cows and heifers are a very choice lot, among them, eight well-bred several imported heifers, a daughter of Duke 76, a daughter of Imp. Count St. George, a daughter of LeHrocq's Prize, two granddaughters of JPolonius, several grand-daughters of the great Caomassie bull Catono, a daughter of Almah of Oakland, record 15 pounds and 14 ounces in seven days, a daughter of Pearl Armstrong, record 21 pounds and one ounce, a grand-daughter of St. Helier, etc., etc. Every animal pledged to positive sale without reserve or protection. TERMS CASH, or satisfactory note with interest. For catalogues address R. McMichael, Lexington, Ky., who contributed 15 head, or to ALEX McCLINTOCK & SON, Millersbursr, Ivy. Col. R. E. Edmonson, All(,tonpPrR Oapt. P. C. Kidd, Auctioneers. CURED BY Dr. Rush's Regulator, FOR HEART TROUBLES. Wm. G. Osgoodby, the well-known safe manufacturer of Buffalo,Philadelphia,Pitts- burg, Newark and Atlanta, Ga., says: Office of Osgoodby's Improved Safes, 17 S. Broad street, Atlanta, Ga., October 17th, 1881. Dr. Rush's Medical Association: Dear Doctors! The three bottles of "Dr. Rush's Regulator" I ordered were received by express last week. I have taken nearly one bottle and am thoroughly satisfied with the result. For over two years I have been troubled with sharp pain at my heart. My physician, upon examination, pronounced it enlargement of the heart, and was unable to give me any relief. The trouble grew worse untilj had become convinced that I could not be cured. While in New York City, last week, I called upon one of the most prominent physicians there, who charged me S25 for an examination and then recommended your "Regulator." Knowing you to be a regular Medical Association, and not a patent medicine scheme, I ordered the three bottles. I have not been troubled since I commenced taking it, but shall continue and take the entire three bottles so as to obtain a permanent cure. You have my sincere thanks. I am, gentlemen, Very respectfully, Wm. G. OSGOODBY. Dr. Rush's "Regulator 99 has never failed to give relief. It has been used successfully for years in subduing the most stubborn cases of heart difficulties. A positive cure for Enlargement, Palpitation, Fluttering and Fatty Degeneration of the heart. Price, $1.00 per bottle; six for 85. Sold by druggists, or sent direct by Db. Rush's Jedicai, Association, Nunda, N. Y U. S. A. To wk tMay C n TVTOTICE is herehy given that the under J-' signed have illed in the Bourbon Cir cuit Court their joint petition, praying the said Court to empower the undersigned H. A. Duvall, to use, enjoy, sell and convey, for ner own Denenc, any property sne may own or acquire, free from the claims and debts of her husband, to make contracts and sue and be sued as a single woman, to trade in her own name, and dispose of her property by will or by deed: and notice is hereby further given that the undersigned will, on Friday, October 19th, 1883, being the 5th day of the October Term of said Bourbon Circuit Court, move the said Court to grant tho prayer of said Joint petition. THOS. S. DUVALL, H. A. DUVALL. QyppxT & For, Attorneys. t 'Kimmy' Kdibrough, Jas. S. Huff KIIBMJGI HOYSE, CARLISLE, KY. KIMBROUGH & HUFF, Prop's. o Laree and Commodious Sample Rooms on first floor for commercial men. Baggage transferred to and from the depot free of charge. H. E. BOSWELL. W. H. BOSWELL. LEXINGTON, KY. H. E. BOSWELL & SON, Prop'rs. Centrally located, on Short street, near the Rates, 2 per day. Walnut ui Cherry Logs. "Will pay cash for logs ten, twelve and and fourteen feet long. Must he straight and clear of bad defects, and not less than eighteen inches in diameter. J. M. THOMAS. PARIS PLAMG MILLS. GEO. B. MINTER, MANAGER. SOLICIT orders for Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moulding, Brackets, Finish Timber and Prepared carpentry. "Will not contract the erection of houses B"0rders for lumber or mill-work may be sent per telephone from Overby & Co.'s office on Bank Row. J. M. THOMAS, Proprietor. POOR-HOUSE KEEPER TVTOTICE is hereby civen that bids will be J- received by the undersigned Committee up till the 15th day of October, 1S83, for keeper of the Bourbon County Poor-House for the year beginning March 1, 1884 and ending March 1, 1885. All bids will be sent to the committee in care of Judge Turney, at Paris. Ky., and must be accompanied by satisfactory reference as to character and fitness. JAMES N. STONE,) J. M. BARLOW, yCom. N. A. JAMESON, J HOTEL FOR SALE. HAVING DETERMINED TO MIGRATE to Texas, I will oiler at private sale, the BOTJKBOW 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. PROFESSIONALS HAVING severed my connection with Prof. Sanders' school, I will hereafter give my undivided attention to my private pupils. To those desiring my professional services, I pledge my utmost exertions for the advancement of those entrusted to my care. A. M. GUTZEIT. I desire to sell a half interest or the whole of my stock of groceries, tinware, stoves, hardware, qucenswaro and tin-shop, situated in Millersburg, Ivy. This tin and stove business has no opposition in the town, and I havo a fine paying custom in the grocery department. Call on or address at immediately. LONG & CO. PUBLIC JSj&.Xj.:E3 OF kx Stock, 9 Utgiisik, I HAVING rented my farm at Stony Point, I will sell at public sale, on WEDNESDAY, October 3d, '83, my stock, crop, utensils, &c, consisting as follows: 4 work horses; 1 pair No. 1 work mules; 1 Bourbon Wilkes stud colt; 1 two-year-old work mule; 0 cows with calves; G yearling steers; 35 shoats; 8 brood sows; 3 yearling boars of the Cheshire breed; 3G0 and Southdown breeding owes, bred to Southdown bucks; 12 Southdown ewes; 8 Southdown buok lambs; 2 two-horse wagons; 2 hay rakes; 1 new corn planter and check-rower; 2 Wood twine binders; 2 1 buggy and spring wagon; 45 stands of Italian bees; harrows, plows, &c. J. T. QUISENBERRY. SCHOLARS WANTED IN MUSIC AID PAINTIM. MHS. MILLIE N. LONG-, Paris, Ky., respectfully solicits orders for Crayon Portraits, which she is now making a specialty of, and is rendering entire satisfaction. Also, will teach a limited number of scholars in Crayon and Oil Painting, and in Music. Residence on Main Cross street, near Freight depot. ANTHRACITE COAK TUST revived a car of fresh mined Ac-v thrjvsue coal, for sale at a lower price than usnu: W. F. SPEARS. HENRY DAUM, Fashionable Barter Opp. Odd Fellows Hall .... Pa , Ky J. L. THE LARGE ST SATISFA Hats, Furishing NO TIME I HAVE NO TIME TO LOSE IN WAITING on my customers to write an advertisement for this sparkling little paper, but will hurriedly say that I have just returned from New York, and that NEW GOODS are tumbling in on me from EVERY TRAIN. All that I can say now, is to COME yes, come NOW and lose no time yourself in securing pick and choice from my large and. varied selection of DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS, &c, &c. A. NEWHOFF, PARIS, KY. AT COST! imm We intend to close out dots, m Within ninety days. If bargain nf your life, call and examine our goods and prices. WE MEAN BUSINESS. COME AND SEE US. McCLUEE THIS We desire to state to the public that we keet) in stock a full supply of the celebrated "ALLIGATOR" coal and wood cook stoves. The Alligator has held a prominent place in this market for more than twenty years and can be found in use in every section of the county. We are ready to offer a premium for a single instance where it has not given the very best satisfaction. We are now receiving a complete stock of all kinds of heating stoves for parlors, stores and halls, including the best base burner for hard and soft coal made. We also keep in stock a good clean supply of all goods usually found in a first-class Stove and Tin Store, among which may be found the celebrated PURIFYING- PUMP, and the equally celebrated MONITOR COAL OIL STOVES, &c, &c. For executing first-class job work in Tin, Copper and Sheet iron, we flatter ourselves that we need no further mention. Please call and examine our stock, and you will verify our, statements MILLIGAN & PERKY. WILLS' WORLD The most delightful worm remedy on the market. Old reliable medicine put in nicely flavored sticks of candy, that children take with pleasure. Sold by all drug and country stores. Ask for it and save it a triai. Warranted pure. JAMES K. DAVIS. DAVIS MERC N (OPPOSITE THE Are now daily receiving importations of a very-elegant line of Fall Cassimeres, Dude Cloths, Cheviots, &c, all of which are of the newest and nobbiest styles. Having never made a misfit in all of our past Spring and Summer trade, we need not fear guaranteeing entire satisfaction on that score. Call and see us; we'll not only suit exactly in an outfit, but we'll save you money. v- TA TL OM 1 LOW CTON TO LOSE ! our entire stock of m urn ooi you desire the greatest & ING-ELS. WEEK WORM CAHDY i GARRETT DAVIS DAVIS TAILORS. 11 COURT-HOUSE,) Sf CO., IIIERS. PRICES ! UARANTEED ! Groods an Trunks 'a Spmiiallj. -W v