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date (1866-06-29) newspaper_issue  VOLUME 59 PARIS BOURBON COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 29 I860 NUMBER 2 i TilE WESTERN CITIZEN J L WALKER amp G8 publishers gt fc proprietors TERMS tar W rwTK i Citiz kn is published weekly at ar annum in advance 2 25 in six months or 2 5 1 at tiie end of the year No paper discontinued until all auca rages arc ul iirglocopies at our counter five cents TK 3 OP ADVFBTIf NO PKR SQtlAHIt OF 12 LIXtS 8 F PULLEN W W MITCHELL apos n insertion Each continuation Three months Six months quot ivelve months oituary notices lt 1 00 I 25 4 00 0 OO 10 00 0 50 tyjob Work executed with ncatucssaud dis tch on reasonable terms DR R M ADAIR DENTIST j ffick in I W Rose s Photograph Gai i eky 31 ain Street Aprils ICY promptly attend to all bus iness entrusted to his care in lie various branches of his profesa on April 27 66 tf IJf AT STOVE STORE 1 N Paris Hotel Rmitlicig PARIS HOOT AND SHOE EMPORIUM R JYl KELLY Attorney and Counsellor a I LAW OFFICE WITH gt R J El gt It AT 1SANK ROW PARIS KENTUCKY apos Maryli 2 66 f WELLINGTON A GUK INGHAM Latcoftrt Joseph Mo ATTORNEY AT LAW Examiner of Titles and Conveyances H AS permanently located in Paris for the practice of his profession and will give prompt attention to all business entrusted to him OFFICE ON MAIN STREET OPP HANK ROW March 0 tf Wm Kenney M D PRACTITIONER OF MEDICINE amp SURGERY is Office on Dunk Row 5 doors from tbe ernerof Main Paris Ky Oct 13 65 3m tf W FITHIAN M D PARIS KY Will take pleasure in attending to all calls in hi profession either by night or day Ollier on ISank Ron In tho rear of John R Thornton s Law Office Residence on the corner of Pleasant and Main cross streets at one of which places he may always be found unless professionally absent Map 13th 1865 IV DENTAL NOTICE Drs Peckover A Dillard R PECKOVER having associated in Isis practice Dr Dillard late of Virginia will continue at his old office where one of the part nets can at all times be found March 30 tf DR A M DAVISON O FFERS his professional services to the citi zens of Paris and vicinity Also takes pleasure to infojni them that lie is now prepared to execute with despatch all kinds of Dental work and that he has a new Anaesthetic agent by which the extraction of tcetli is att ended with little or no vain without injury to the nervous system Office up stairs over R II Hanson s Law Of lice on Broadway Paris Ky Dec 23 NOTICE V LL those indebted to the late firm ofDrs Hopson k Barnes arc notified their ac o into are ready and must be paid Dr BARNES continues to practice Medicine ai d Surgerv Office on Bank Row May 18 Tf Ciitpmtcv amp illullcn apos s PHOTOCRAPHCALLERY MAIN STREET LEXINGTON KY W E are now prepared to make Photographs any size or style required unsurpassed in finish and elegance by any Copies of old pictures taken and enlarged to any size Pictures taken on rainv weather equal to those taken in fine weather Photographs painted in water colors and India Ink CARPENT ER k MULLEN August 16 1864 rpirE SUBSCRIBER ALWAYS KEEPS ON JL hand all kinds of STOVES amp TIN WARE And is receiving daily P P STEWART S EX TEX S OX I XI PL A TX TO l apos COOK STOVES ALSO HOME COMFORT KITCHEN QUEEN TIIE CELEBRATED BLACK OAK FOREST QUEER amp LL1GAT0R Rival Charter Bourbon amp c amp c ALSO Grates Mantles and HEATING STOVES Of All Descriptions IS Call and examine my stock before going elsewhere J will announce to the citizens of Bourbon that can sell Stoves as cheap as they can be sold for cash A ltiiil Fob 2 18GC tf TE TA HE 1 LEAPLRE IN 1NFOKMIN the citizens of Paris ai d Beni ben th we have foimcda co partnership fo v li e j inpo of doing a general BOUT amp SHOE BUSINESS We arc now receiving and opening in Mr J T Hinton s New Store Nearly opp the Dost Office Large and Well Selee ted Stock of j Boots and Shoes OK KVERY DESCRIPTION And while we feel sure of pleasing the Gents we would especially ask a call of the Ladies Misses and Children as we shall try to pay more regard to their wants than hag heretofore been done l v any house in our city We would take pleasure in stating that wo have scoured permanently the services of Mu J 11 BASSETT W ho has just returned from Philadelphia New oi k and Boston where he has purchased nil our goods for Cash Mr B would be pleased to see all his old friends ami customers at his new stand Be sure to call as wc feel confident that we can make it to vuur interest to deal with us PULLEN k MITCHELL March 0 18G6 COPPER LIGHTNING RODS I still keep ou hand he celebrated Copper Lightning Rods And will upon application promptly till all or dors J S TEMPLETON May 1 8 tf At Griffith apos s llolel Paris Ky COAL AND SALT H AVING formed a co partnership and entered into the COAL SALT AND Lumber Business We wish to inform the public that wc will keep constantly on hand a huge and general nssoftmeut of ROUGH AND Dressed Lumber SlIUVDf ES SASH DOORS lt BLIItfDS Which wc arc determined to sell At Fair Prices U T E ARE DAILY IN RECEIPT OF OOODS T purchased in the New York and Philadcl 1 phia markets since the great decline in gold and UOal lUrillSllCCl by 1116 Har are offering them to the public ai prices to corres pond We bought for Cash and flatter ourselves lOclCl OI clt XvCtcIll that we can offer as great inducements to pur chasers ns regards prices and styles as any zity west of mountains Hats and Gaps Of all new styles and at every price from the finest to the cheapest Gents Furnishing Goods A full and complete line embracing Cotton and Linen Shirts Cotton Linen and Drill Drawers and Undershirts Cotton Linen and Silk Socks Silk and Linen Hand kerchiefs Suspenders Neck Ties and Cravats Scarf Pins Studs and Sleeve Duttons Gentlemen s KID SILK THREAD and DRIVING GLOVES Ladies and Gentlemen s Trunks and Valises A d many other Goods kept in first class houses Call and see us we think it no trouble to show our goods J P B ASHFORD amp CO Main Street opp Court House March 30 GG CASH FOR WOOL And ai i kinds of Country Produce tsr C all and examine our Block and prices before purchasing ns wc will make it to your advantage to buy of us Ware II on so on Church SI And near the Fukigiit Depot N B UK IN Jr JOHN GASS Paris March 9 lSlid THE BEST IS TlS OUEAI EST GOODS GOODS r IMIE undersigned having purchased the old L stand of Frank A Shelfinon opposite Broad way would respectfully Inform his friends it Paris and vicinity I hat he is now receiving direct from New York a full and well selected stock of Spring and Summer liooih bought since the laic decline at the lowest prices and will he sold at stonishing low prices for cash Ladies Dress Goods This stock comprises a beautiful lino of Lenocs Mozambique apos Poplins Lustres Plain and figured Silks Grenadines Borages Lawns Percales Or gaudies Ac Ac white goods We offer a choice selection in this line Jaconets Sw iss and Brilliants of all grades and styles Tress Trimmings Laces Edgings Insertings of every style AND GRADE Cloths and Cassimeres A complete assortment of all styles nnd qualities ami at prices that will insure purchase w hen ex aniined Notions Gloves amp Hosiery Ready made Shirts Shirt Fronts Handkerchiefs Cravats Ac all sold very hue for CASH O P MILLER Opposite Broadway apos Paris Ky April LI 06 spring Importation OF Spring and Summer READY MADE CLOTHING Great Reduction in Prices ill TFI FFI I gt H AVING purchased Mr Shcff apos jion s interest in their Clothing Store respectfully an noitncc to the public that he bus just received a large stock of GENTS FURNISHING GOODS T Inis Caps r l apos i miles A aliscs A e ALSO A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF BOYS CLOTHING Of all sizes and patterns and every thing kept in a read v made CLOTHING STORE Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to the bouse lie solicits a continuance of the public patronage as he is determined to sell at very low prices Remember the place in the new block of buildings nearly opposite the Paris Hotel Paris apr 13 1806 3 rn VI I TUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO Lt 1 SOU Furl v S apos 1 SPRING 18G6 BEADY MADE OLOTHING EMPORIUM Cor of Main amp Broadway 1 Alt IS KY vis M Annex Titos Maddix Tiio A Matthews J V IjKvim of Marseille Ky II U Seaton Maddux Bros amp Co DEALERS IN MANUFACTURED AND LEAF TOBACCO CIGARS amp TEA Ao 27 I lent Pearl Street CINCINNATI April 13 3m B K WILV AMS v W K BOAL W W WELLS Late of Paris Ky Williams ISoal A Fo PRODUCE amp COMMISSION E IR C TT IST T s AGENTS FOR THE SALK OK nrt Cojiptr gisiillcii gkrarinra ddbislijr No 4 gt VEST SECOND STREET Be Walnut and Vine CINCINNATI O March 3 1865 tf FARMERS ATTENTION SEWING MACHINES Howe s Improved Patent r MIIS Machine combines the excelcncies of the 1 old one with the modern improvements sug gested by long experience and fairly tested Those wishing to purchase a First C apos lsiss Sewing Minliinc will find it to their inter est to call and examine the New Howe Machine before purchasing anv other MRS ANNA LEE Agent Paris Ky April 20 tf 1866 quot 1866 PHILADELPHIA WALLPAPERS HOWELL amp BOURKE MANUFACTURERS OF P A r E R II 1 N GING S AND WINDOW SHADES Corner of Fourth amp Market Streets EMiilati phia N B Always in stoic a large lot of SPRING LINEN AND OIL SHADES April 20 3m A CARD rpHF undersigned returns to his numerous friends and customers his thanks lor all INSURE IN THE OLD vETNA January 1866 Assets 3 677 362 71 r WISH to purchase two or three hundred bush els of good BREADOORN shelled amide I past favors and for the large share of patronage liver ed at my Mill 1 also want about FIFTY HEAD OF SHOATS weighing about 100 pounds good stock I will pay the highest prices Call over at the Paris Mills and report March 23 66 tf W I SHAW eccived during the last si x years Ho hopes l v strict and close attention to business to merit the same favors heretofore extended to him Very respectfully yours rarU April 20 tl A N EW1 0 F Losses Paid in 46 Years 17 000 000 Losses Paid in Bourbon County in 3 Years 14 000 TERMS REASONA RLE APPLY TO V W MASSIE March 2 1866 tf FAIRBANKS NT AN DAUU SCALES l gt F AM K1NI N Cotton Beams and Frames Cotton Hay and Kag Presses Warehouse Trucks Baggage Bur rows Copying Presses amp c 14 1 it BANKS MORSE amp CO Zo WALXi apos r STUEKT Fcl 2 1 y CINCINNATI 0 KLEIN amp CO V THANKFUL for the liberal patronage here 1 to fore extended to them take pleasure in announcing to the citizens of Paris and the public generally that they have at their store room on the corner of Main k Broadway a good stock of well selected SoaiV malo FJolTunn Or Of SUCH AS COATS PANTS VESTS SHIRTS HATS amp CAPS HANDKERCHIEFS NECK TIES GLOVES SUSPENDERS And in fact every article usually found in a first class Elol liiii Establishment They are receiving their SPR ING GOODS and respectfully invite their friends and the public to call and examine tlicir stock and prices before purchasing el sew apos here as they feel confident that they can give entire satisfaction to all MR HACKMAN can always be found at the Stoic where he will be glad u gt sec his old friends March 30 I8dfi To the Citizens of Bour bon County THk CHOLERA J Ail AT dread Asiatic scourg is again threat cuing our shores ana the first question which will naturally arise with most persons is what shall we do to arrest the attack ot this fell destroyer gt which on the former visits left misery and death in its trail and made so many firesides desolate apos lt J would advise Cleanliness strict attentiou tu diet to banish unnecessary fear and use It a ii I apos m an Celebrated Anti Cholera Bitters pronounced by the best authorities be a certain and unfailing remedy in the most severe cases of Diarrhoea Dysentery Choleia Morbus and ineip tent stages of Cholera and all Stomach com plaints For sale bv McKIM amp CHAMBERS l ari Kv and Druggists generally S KAUFMAN amp Co Cincinnati Ohio sole Proprietors April 27 iirn ASSETS J N 1 1SGG 7r o 1 1 i o gt nnttal DiviJpnd ht Policy Holders Jan per rent J lot KIIOI DI RS iceeivetto oilier tiividend than a legal interest on their stock tho Wi ry holders receive all the profits ai i roic Tis or i apos oi m i i s And nil the advantages to he derived from an nsurance in any Company can lie obtained in bis Beside the usual Life Policies this Coin any issues Endowment Policies Payable when the assured attain a certain age from 111 to 65 or at death if lie die sooner If it is wipe to insure is it prudent to delay t Apply in person or by letter to W J LY EE Agent L y l Paris K v LIFE INSURANCE Con iierl Kill Rniual EilYIn ii ra lire Co Assets over 10 000 000 Uividend l iM Year paid Folic Holders Sixty per cent Total Dividend paid Policy holders 3 0 10 0 10 Losses paid over 1 000 000 Largest safest cheapest and best Life In surance Co in this country ALL Policies i suod by this Company are either non forfeitable by their terms or may be made o at option of tiie insured None but strictly unexceptionable risks nceep red and only upon quot ages from 14 lo GO The Largest Farm In the World FIRE INSURANCE Icitvriintiona Fire Insur ance Co of IV c u York Net Assets 1 262 622 44 THE INTERNATIONAL RECORD Last year the second year of its existence it paid over 100 000 losses It bore the expense of establishing and equip ping 100 new agencies It paid two dividends amounting to 100 000 At tiie end of tltc year after paying till these ex penses it was stronger by 130 000 than at its beginning These facts indicate a business by a new com pany unexampled in the History of Insurance quality of the soil Is Rncqualctl by the very Companies i best Sciota bottoms J he International is doing and will do mi M immense business because its managers are s annual profits arc l C iimovig the oldest and best underwriters in this j coming enormous anil put to shame the country and know how to conduct its affairs so oft repeated nonsense about he economy as m be at once accommodating economical and of o al f armg w 1 ich la l its ori i u with English laatllords who wish to keep tho small farmer with his nose upon an I observe a note in your last issue of ait 8 100 acre farm in BitVeitu county IF and of Mr J S Alexander apos s farm in Mor gan county 111 both of which will pass for fair sized Illinois farms But he farm which is uo doubt the largest lt tt ii vatcil farm in the world and 1 believe the best is owned and eullivated by M L Sullcvaiit Es lt formerly from the vi cinity of Columbus Ohio now of Cham paign county 111 lie owns and presides over seventy thousand acres of the best land on this hemisphere Uccttly three thou sand acres of which are under fence and in actual improvement and cultivation the balance is used for herding 1 will venture the opinion that there cannot be found five acres of unservicea ble land on Mr S s entire 70 000 acres Their productiveness is unsurpassed Al most all of Mr 8 s farming is conducted by labor saving machinery so that it is estimated that throughout one man will perform the average labor of four or live as conducted on small farms lie drives his posts by hor c power breaks his ground by Comstock apos s spaders mows rakes loads unloads and stacks his hay by horse power cultivates his corn by improved machinery ditches any low ground by machinery sows and plants by machinery so that all his laborers can ride and per form their tasks as easily as riding in a buggy I had the pleasure of being present when he harvested a thousand acres of his wheat this was done with s Header apos s about eight or ten men and twenty horses cut and safely stacked away about two hundred acres a day and per formed the work better than I ever saw it j by the old modes To give all the im proved modes of farming employed by this king of agriculture would require more space than you would like to spare Notwithstanding all the labor saving ma chinery Mr S employs front one to two hundred laborers some two hundred hor ses and mules and a large herd of work ing oxen Not having the exact data before me I will not venture to give the enormous re turns in kushekt or tons of tho products of this great farm Some estimate may be made from the magnitude of the farm taken in connection with the fact that the I ss u k I oi iticai tlriuKs We meet a cetisiderablc number of men who have learned hut little if anything from the re cent civil war and they arc cultivating with unabated zeal the same passions that led to tho war itself Some of them arc encouraging the fanaticism of certain par tv leaders North while others arc doing Unit utmost to stimulate the same spit t of Southern extremism that culminated in ordinances of secession and battles for quot Southern inpependenee apos The men who learn nothing ironi experience and who represent the opposing elements of radi eal i m a r lt 5 tho disturbers of the country apos s peace and t lie people who want peace must put them down The nationhas suf b apos rcd enough in consequence of the eir po safe Policies in either of these NO ONE Compa nies issued by R M KELLY AG T OFFICE WITH Dr J ED RAY BANK ROW M v i tr PARIS KY i v i gt r r U civ y INSURANCE COMPANY i I Ionic Offices Corner off main and Second Streets lonsriLiE AT Capital Jtiniinrv 1 I 311 508 04 eternal grind stone Time will soon clear away this error and farming except for garden vegetables wi apos l be ruinous unless upon a scale 1 a rge enough to employ mod ern agricultural machinery to advantage at Cincinnati Enquirer litiea madness the land fyirly grdans hr ncatli the monuments pi apos theiF gttih Wc want no more of Rreckim idge Secession Democracy on one handaml the fanaticism of Sumner and Stevens on the other Lou Jour I 1 1 K Uk kki Dkut I n response to a resolution of the House the I rcsiJent has transmitted to that body official papers exhibiting the action of the Southern State upon the question of apos lie rebel debt It appears that the North Carolina apos Con vention passed an ordinance prohibiting the payment of alt debts rrdated or incur red in aid of the late rehell ion The GcoVgia Convention passed an ordinance rendering null a ud void all debts created for the purpose of carrying on the Iqtc wav against the United Slates The Conven tion ot Alabama passed ah apos ordinance pro hibiting the assumption of any part of the rebel debt The Florida Conventioh apos de clared the debt null and void The Mis sissippi Convention in Augu t repealed the ordinance of secession and the Legislature passed a law prohibiting the apos Treasurer from paying any debt until authorized to do so by that body No part of the rebel debt has been directed to he paid The Te xas Convention declared the Confede rate debt null and void The South Carolina Legislature resolved that they had not the information needed to enable them to act advisedly in relation to repudiating debts and declined to take immediate action on the subject gt F I MI IS Company will issue policies nn 1 Risks for any term not cxcecdiiq Years Also Merchants amt risks against loss or damage by Farm Five Manufacturing A California Invention Mr John Mott of Contra Costa county near Dan ville has invented a new and ingenious I double revolving plow Tho plows two I in number arejjdaeed one above the other upon a horizontal axis under the beam laud parallel to it Its operation is as fol lows After the plow has passed across the field and turned lor the return fur row by the touch of a spring the plow not in use and which turns an opposite fur 1 row falls down from where it is suspen ded while the team in starting brings up j tho one which has just been in use nnd places it in a position where it is locked Fire S ightniisg oi Tornado awaiting the next turn of the team The Wilt insure Horses and Mules against loss bv 1 apos veution is a very simple one and promi 1 stolen bonds uo new issues can E Ntil ANIi England can no longer he claimed politically as a first rate power The nation which dictated to France now allows France to take he initiative move ments on the Continent ller position is almost as humiliating as when it was under Charles the First James the First and James the Second It is now said that she will no longer try to maintain that balance of power in Europe for which such states meu as illiam of Orange and l apos itt labored and for which Marlborough nud Welling ton fought hut aim to preserve a strict neutrality and allow Napoleon with suelr keen knives as Rismark of Prussia and Victor Emmanuel of Italy to carve out and divide states as he pleases Lou D lt u Interesting to Holders op U 8 Loans T he First Comptroller of the Treasury has recently decided a case of in terest to loan holders It appears that a gentleman bought ten 1 000 United States coupon bonds but having uo fire proof safe lie cut off all the coupons as he as serfs for an additional security against loss Four of the bonds were afterward stolen and he made every exertion to re cover them hut without avail and he asked for a ro issuc of the bonds The Comp troller decided that for the bonds and coupons returned entire although separa ted from each other new bonds with eou pons attached could be issued but for the be made V 0 VF ATll OH THEFT ami will gt av particular 1 st s 0 l c of great value for plowing gar j The holder can collect the interest or tho attention to cargo risks upon die Ohio ami all dens or lands which have been fenced oilier rivers anti will issue Policies upon Kail roads and all other means of inland transporta tion within the State of Kentucky at as LOW RATES AS TIIE I romp I Pa v imn t of Losses tv ill per mil Applications for insurance may lie made to any of our local or traveling Agents and will receive our prompt attention K L VANWINKLE Pres W P LF DWICI1 Bec v April 27 3 ki well as grounds where dead objected to Lou Dun urrows as coupons of these bonds as they mature arc but nothing move can he done HEN It Y II I KPF lt 520 AP CII STREET V II I L A D E L P III A PA Watches Fine Gold Jewelry Solid Sivcr Ware and superior Silver plated Ware A I Ketliiccil Prices March 30 3m Labi kb Dresses A lady recently a j gt l Fast Team D r Potter of Tiones 1 P carct J i apos i Il apos eStveets of No tv York iu a ta Venango county Penn made a wager rc lt s lla c J n lt 1 df female and a po of 85 000 a few weeks since that he would 1 l cc man rrcstcd 1 cr l cl nmcd tl e drive his pair of marcs over a country road j n e l diess as she plen gt ed and the coffrt to be selected by him 100 miles in 0A tned her right and the policeman was hours The event came oft apos on last Satnr a Ucr apos var p d pnmanded Her drew eon day week and the Doctor drove 103 miles 0 l d of gored sack fitting tight and 17 rods in t hours 11 minutes and 13 J 1 10 an lt 1 f h n a iW nches seconds stopping once to feed and twice to i e ow 1 10 118 quot as a ar quot water the aetu 1 time of traveling being e mbhng a man s pantaloons with 81 hours the best time on record The hc c ds g uhcrCl1 neatly about the ankles animals are a beautiful pair of large bay CIITIIUNA FLOUR amp WOOLEN MILLS C B COOK Proprietor Successor to J A Cook k Wolford Manufacturer of FINE amp COARSE JEANS Linseys Blankets Flannels amp c 2T The highest Cash Trice paid for WOOL and Gr in Goods manufactured at tl c follow each yard prices pound wool washed KINK 1 KAN S 00 A HS K L1NSKV 4 k plaid Linsey 10 ccnls higher FLANNELS each vant pound wool 0 lt BLANK KT8 par 14 14 from H to 00 I apos u apos ictiUr attention paid t VuUinjr and Kinudurg Cloth and Country Carding Price f lt r Carding in cents per pound for while and 12 rents per pound for coin red I Mill p ty freight on all Iota of Wool shipped to me for manufacture m loM of 100 pounds or over along the line of the Kentucky Central Railroad C B COOK Jj thlann May 13 2ir Tax Payers take Notice r rMiE attention of the Taxpayers of Bourbon L Comity is called to mi act to amend tiie Revenue Law s of this Common quot eallli passed at the session of the Legislature I apos G 1 A G5 Chafer 815 Extinct Sec 2 The Sheriff shall keep an office at or near tiie Court House of lus county and shall hy liiniself or Deputy attend at said office every day from the first of June tu the first of October to rccive the Taxes Sr c 3 That Ifthe Tax l ayer shall fail or rc fuse to pay his Taxes as above provided the Sheriff is hereby authorized to collect from ucb delinquent 10 pet cent on the amount Tax due A L I HOMSON S B C Mav 4 td mares and they carnc in apparently quite fresh after a strong pull The Doctor afterwards refused 10 000 for his team A Great Ex press Contract A con tract has just been concluded between ho Secretary of t lie Treasury and the Adams Express Company hy which the United States agrees to employ that company s the exclusive agents for the transporta tion of all moneys and securities belong ing to lie United States and to give it as such agent for transportation all moneys and securities of every kind which are to he transferred from one point to any other point in the United States Gold coin and bullion is to he transported at one h ilf of a cent per mile for 81 000 for dis tances not over five hundred miles and distances exceeding five hundred miloq one quarter of a cent per mile per 1 000 silver coin a id bullion fit twice the rale above specified freight on coin and bul lion apos o hep iid in coin all other moneys United States Treasury notes t Vc twenty five to fifty cents per 1 000 according to distance amp c TheSkv an Indicator oftiie Weath er The color of the sky at particular times affords wonderful gf o 1 guidance Not only docs a rosy sun ct presage good weather and a ruddy sunrise bad weather but there are other tints which speak with equal clearness and accuracy A bright yellow sky in the evening indicates wind a pale yellow wet a neutral gray color constitutes a favorable sign in the evening and an unfavorable one in the morning The clouds are again full of meaning in themselves If their forms arc soft unde fined and full feathery the weather will he fine if their edges arc hard sharp and definite it will bo foul Generally speak ing any deep unusual hues betoken wind and rain while the more quiet and deli cate tints bespeak fair weather These are simple maxims and yet not so simple but that the British Board of Trade has thought fit to publish them for the use of tQularing men Scien apos i apos Am t i nt It seems that a woman may wear whatever dress she pleases so that it is not used for improper purposes and docs not cause a popular disturbance Tiie lit ma vF apos igcue T he proportions of the human figure tire strictly mathe matical The whole figure is six apos times the length of the foot Whether the form be slender or plump the rule holds good any deviation from it is a departure from the highest beauty of proportion The Greeks made all tlicir statues according to this rule The face from the highest point on the forehead where the hair be gins to the chin is one tenth of the whole stature The hand from the wrist to the middle of the finger is tho same From the top of the chest to the highest point iu the forehead is a seventh If Hie length of the face from the roots of the hair to the chin he divided into three equal parts the first division determines the place where the eyebrows meet and the second the place of the nostrils The hoight from the foot to the top of the head is the same as the distance from the extremity of the linger when the arms are extended Marriage oe a Rural Couple A couple from the rural districts came to town the other day for the purpose of be ing made one The groom drove up to the court house square tied his horses helped his lady out of the wagon and told her to sit on the steps while he went al ter the permit lie got the f gt lt emit quot and secured the services of a magistrate after which the object of his affections was called in and the twain made one After the ceremony was over and tho nec essary lucre placed in the hands of tho magistrate the bride aud groom went hack to their team which they led aud then seated themselves under a tree In a few moments the bride drew from her spacious pocket a handkerchief contain ing their dinner and thus did they cat the lirst square meal of their married life This is what wc would call economy and omfort combined Cumbrulye Jnei f t ltnjiii apos l z THE WESTERN CITIZEN JTrfJ apos D r Savage has sold the property I known as the MiHersTmrg r ornate College to I rof 1 F Hamilton of Nashville Special Notice FRIDAY MORNING JUNE 29 1866 Kentucky Central llailroad UP TRAINS Leave Covington at b 00 A M mid 1 55 P M Arrive at Paris at 10 08 A M and G 04 P M Arrive at Lexington at 11 05 A M and 7 00 P M DOWN TRA i H Leave Lexington at 5 50 A M and 1 00 P M Arrive at Paris at P 9 A M and 1 49 P M Arrive at Covington at 10 50 A M and 0 00 P M All trains connect ut Lexington for Nieholas ville Tenn who will continue the Institution as herjtoforc TORREVS PATENT 1 MINUTE C T X O PHCENIX Ice Cream Freezers Sisstirancf Company ffjj i Mr S H Pare in is our at Cincinnati Ohm J 5T P Walker lt Co Agents in I ouisville Kij T I GARRETT Agent Paris Ky Dec 1 6 gt H Our friend Robert McMillan of our county has handed us the following re A apos feSetS 1 006 790 33 cipse which he knows from thirty years apos i r ii i i K RE you iuSUred K not vail ami sec me experience to DC infallible cures V The Phoenix of Hartford on of the Inst Cure for Lode Jaw Tf a horse has the issues policies as low as other Companies Lock Jaw from over heat or indigestion give him half pint of strong soot tea if not Janl2 1RGG relieved in half an hour repeat the dose Cure for Bots Make a strong tea from Advertising Agent the soft part of Blue Ash Rark add enough copperas to make it as black as ink give half pint milk warm and repeat in half idvrrtismg hour if not relieved o cj HE undersigned having leased this favorite BSrWc invite attention to the advertise 1 and well known watering place takes this M A Stemmons not being the nominee method of informing the public that he has newly for County Judge is a candidate for Coroner ol lllcl t of llancy and Gaper I hey want to fitted up and thoroughly renovated the buildings 11 rbon County make collections to renew their stock and that they are now open for the receuion of Yll Wlllt U NEED NO FFFFING quot ing at and scll r P P f P Special Notice ana i legitimate purpose effective medicine l oi April 13 tf FORD amp TAYLOR I M II ARlt IS A M Bedford Oil Springs RE OPENED Mrs Winslow s Mystic Pill Are prepared only for land are the only sale and females extant Do not trille with your health and use cheap 1 and dangerous medicine which Druggists have bought and will recommend being ignorant of their properties apos t here are a ccrtian cure for all those painful 1 and dangerous disorder t to which the Female con islitution is subject They moderate all excess i and remove all obstructions apos J h v invigorate the debilitated ami delicate and by reguhitin HARRIS amp BEDFORD a t v t and strengthening the system tho hue of health is k v obstructions I SUCCESSORS TO J B I ORTER it CO i cstmeu to the cheeks weakness of the spine i Umi u gt u i ii a which protects t Odd Fellows Hall PA11IS KY ILLINOIS CORN PLANTER plants two rows quot g the same time and with two men or a uiau and with a pair of Horses it will plant from 16 to 20 acres per day STAFFORD CULTIVATOR OR RIDING PLOW The only CultivatoT with self adjusting Blows which will not break when caught It doe not clog in foul grounds has a self adjusting Feeder the young Corn and will throw the dirt either to or from the Corn amt limbs relieved and all the indications of Ner vous Debility removed No maiden wife or mother should be w ithout them quot ai apos Try them u e according to direction and be yOULD beg leave to inform the citizens of BUCKEYE REAPERS AND MOWERS To Editor of the UVsCrit Citize n In response to a call which ap peared In the last Citizen for me to be guests It is unnecessary for me to at empt to ami have no other recourse except from speak of this great place of summer resort lor ii their debtors C We invite attention to the advertisc will is well known to all the world as being one of lie best w atering places in the United States As an evidence I will name a few of t lie Springs i The Soda Spring the White Sulphur the Black eoinc a Candidate for the office ot county ment of the Liverpool and London and i Sulphur the Oil Spring two fine Clmlvbeate Judge I would say that although I have Globe Insurance Company of which IT icTmirntsuinn apos I apos ier 0 apos apos 1H apos apos C m U quot U apos quot Ur quot apos had no particular desire to enter into po Rucker at the Deposit Bank is t lie Having gone to considerable expense in fitting litical life I feel it a duty to yield to the v ent It is an old and well established A apos s A Uc P 1 would respectfully sk a visit to many warm so icitations of my friends in j institution and from its statement must satisfied that it will prove both pleasant and different parts of the county and hereby C 9S finn ag he rock 0 f Gibraltar IIo Lcneheial to all vv W KENNEDY Trop consent that my name may Lc before the issues policies on as reasonable terms as Junelfi people in the coming election for that of any other company If uninsured give apos fioo If elected the best guarantee that I it can offer that I will discharge the duties KILL apos S ONllJ MOW R Jt Thc Lexington Observer of ed v voiiu uiwn ii of the office faithfully is the manner I n nesdav last says have attended to my own and all business r pHE main frame work on two drive wheels T 1 he attendance at ounty C ourt in X Tin whole machine made of iron ami steel entrusted to me 1 shall fjuietly abnie Winchester oil Monday last was very large he cutter bar is placed behind the drive wheels the decision of the people in the cane Major S M II iblcr reports that cattle ving the driver opportunity of seeing all oh 1 struct ions before the knile strikes them and also of which a great many wcic in the market takingall unnecessary weight off the horses necks but mostly of an indifferent quality sold Having the cutter bar behind the wheels in reap 1 high One fine lot of twenty seven two n g this can he made a combined reaper gives aghtSTO 15 per head about room for delivering the bundles of grain from l lio platform A large number ol No qne to whom we have soli these machines CHAS T GARRARD June 28tb 1866 jt hlilcr Gee ardcu will preach in yom oldsbrnug the Odd Fellows Hall ne xt Sunday morn 87 00 per hundred in apos and night horses were offered hut for which there were in the least disappointed was no denndid The prices brought wet c CS apos XYv j usl one Men s Christian Asso tfair No mules were offered JT 5 rThe Youn ciation of Paris will resume their investi gation of the reign of Charles the first Juno l 6w II T BRENT jCST The Fleming Dispatch states that fat cattle are selling in that county at 7 g commencing at the assemblage of long lt cents Mule colts at to and good Parliament including the Military reign stock hogs at 8 lt per 100 Ids of Oliver Cromwell at the Methodist Church on next Tuesday evening July JT lt A blooded cow ol Judge M B 3d at 8 o apos clock A full attendance Is re Kinkcad s a few days ago produced on quested bis farm in Fayette county three fine 7 apos calves all perfectly fonnedaud doing well SSL Citizens oi the county should not 1 J c fail to report all the pauper negroes in To She Void apos s of Co their respective Districts to the committee Jn complinn e wU ct of the Legislature 771 A TT YTD C2ATT appointed by t lie county court by 31 on passed February 17 ih ISGfi hereto appeiulcd a L AXviTJL JO V Mj day next as the fund w apos ill be distributed Poll win be opened at the next August Election 0 ro rat t among the number returned to the quot 8ppr0 apos apos apos U apos l lt apos j S apos H McCANN r P HE pdersignml ofler for sale BOO Acres court on that day GLASS FRUIT JARS TIN FRUIT CANS A LARGE ASSORTMENT AT KNIFFIN amp CO S June F tf I ai is ami the public in general that they Take none other l riee amp per box or 3 boxes always keep on band a good assortment ol or 5 For salo by all druggists Family Groceries The Queenlf The Queen ComsBry Produce T11EQ1EENOF Foreign amp Domestic Fruits Restorers MRS WINSLOW S QUEEN IIAIIt RES TOREK is QUEEN not only in name but in i virtue It is tiie best IIair Rf tori r ever offered to the Public An infulliable restorer and j rrsf rver of the Hair if faithfully applied It is no Hair T tje It acts directly upon the roots of tho hair chan quot ing grey hair to its original life color arresting apos premature decay and falling out of the hair erad icating scurf and dandruff and curing all humors I of i he scalp It will change dry and w wiry hair to soft and luxuriant tresses It imparts a delightful fragrance to the hair In short if you wish to restore your hair as in youth and retain it through life use xlirs Winslow Uuoen llnir ISostorcr Price 1 per bottle Fold by all Druggists J D PARK Gen l Agt Cincinnati Ohio April 27 18GG Gm SEBCHlsf niLOBIHG ESTABLISHMENT VTOW is tlie lime to get vour elotims made at it KKASONaiim prires as 1 have just opened the above named establishment with the determi nation to suit the people of Kentucky All I de sire is custom and I will guarantee that I will j satisfy them in every shape or form MY CUTTER Is an experienced one second to none in this country ALL MY GOODS Are warranted lor what they are represnted I would also mention that in addition to my Oysters Sardines Fresli Fish Game Candies Raisins Nuts OLD BOURBON Apple Brandy Peach Brandy Blackberry Brandy French Brandy Ginger Wine Port Wine Malaga Wine CATAWBA WINE And everything usually kept in such an estab 1 lishment that is good to cat and drink Give them a call Paris April 13 ISGfi With all the late Improvements CUTTING BOXES CORN SHELLERS PLOWS Wheat Fans Coal Salt and Lumber EVERY MACHINE WARRANTED FOR SALE BY April 13 IT Has Tilsit Received A HANDSOME STOCK OF SILKS HASTINGS k HAMILTON new Fimi have purchased the entire interest of J T S Fri cll amp Co in their well known Drag house in this place and will take great pleasure in receiving and waiting on all the old customer of the house and as many new ones as may favor us with their patronage endeavoring to deserve j the liberal favors extended to our predecessors Prescriptions carefully compounded by eithen Dr J W McKimorS II Shakspearo McKIM amp CHAMBER 9 March 30 GRENADINES laws MEDICINES OILS Paints and Varnishes Coal Oil Lamps M 1I Y STREET Opposite lie Paris Hold NEWHOFF amp PRICE And tiik Celebrated TB apos AIIi HOOP HANDSOME CLUNY LACE SETS AND OTHER NOVELTIES Paris May ll tf CT V 1 jt A r l 7 G C KNIFFIN amp CO S SCHOOL BOOKS And a well selected assortment of Wicks Burners Shades and Chimneys EMPORIUM OF STORIES r IMIE undersigned have formed a co partnership quot 1 in the Variety Store formerly known as stock of Acting Presiding Judge B C Court NcwhofTs and would inform the oS situated in Bourbon county Ivy about midway between Lexington and Paris public iu general that they arc now prepared to I 71 r 1 4 mills ear t of the K C R R Faya well and furnish everything in their line of business jJSF AYe Call especial attention to tlie 1HK FOLLOWING IS THE ACT J f good as any in the State well watered no timber advertisement in relation to the Paris ANACT sending tlie law in relation to roads and tbU year all under cultivation mi 7 gt i Be it enacted hy the General Assembly of the 80 AOITW fiSD Cemetery in another column The Board r 0 mmovieeahh of Kentucky i am tuna i j i i l i apos J And twenty m W heat and on a goo lt l road being has recently purchased an additional tract Section 1 That the levy court shall elect a turnpiked all but about 2 or 3 miles either to Oi Evwy Dt l S I apos il i011 S Paris or Lexington Ii FIKCY GOODS arty co operation i Sf c 2 That said superintendent shall be em wealth copy 4 limes weekly and send bill imme j I X V IN T gt K E RCIIIE Id S Wa n f 1 1 powered to hire as many and such hands ns may diately to this ellice for collection c all snouitl r J i Ui c ery description be necessary to perform the neccssarv work on 7 1 r J y FOR SALE of land adjoinin apos the grounds and i gt c quot eral superintendent of roads for their respee J 0 live counties who shall hold lus office for two dependent on the sale 01 lots to meet its years and whose duty it shall be to oversee all B 05 1 rs l gt JM 1 xfl apos Oj cn aomueuts Tho ifoard is cxpeudiiljr muv roads v ithin bis county keep them in ood One half ca li tlie balance in one year will in r order build all necessary bridges on country road lerest roi particulars emjmie of all the means that come into its hands to remove all obstructions which may be placed up J JUN ATCHESON imnrovo and he intifv the mounds and onsueb apos ronds and open or change any road or Paris May lr tf Paris Kv 1 apos roads that tlie county court may direct Lexington Observer ami Frankfort Common should meet with the hearty of all in this good work take pride in seeing our city of the dead I said loads and lie shall pay the smallest wages j growing m loveliness and beauty et cry 0 he cmpowere i to purchase nil necessary tools year and we hope that the call will not and implement to perform said work with and J apos said tools or implements shall helong to the coum he passed unheeded by those indebted to tv gt n j un j er t le control of the acting superin the company for lots thconlej sourre from tendent 1 1 1 m Sec 3 That said superintendent shall make a which tho Board derives any considerable cportof all the work he has had performed nil tho tools or implements lie has purchased and i tlie full cost of such work and tools or implements and nil other expenses necessary to the full per 1 I formance of his duties on said roads and a full 1 atent report of the number of days be was engaged in i tlie grounds especially the erection ot a I performing his dut es upon the roads June 1 1 m rceehing vault during tlie present season lt nc That sal lt l sunermtendent shall be paid a reasonable compensation to be fixed by thecoun ly AIM j UA LtUAT Tr gt TO and hopes by tho prompt payment of the ty court apos rauixnrruiiKu amount now due for lots grave digging Sec 5 That said levy court at their annual 5 T7K WISH TO INFORM OUR PATRONS sitting shall assess a tax of not more than five V gt of our removal to the upper end of Ac to go on With the work cents on each one hundred dollars worth of taxa Pleasant Street opposite Mrs Grosjean s and 77 rr 1 10 property and not more than two dollars on that we still continue the DrcssCutting and Mil I lie duly number ot Hours at each person now required ky law to work roads in king and invite all that want anything in our line Non ie f is upon our table It contains col nt v to give us a call Hoop Skirts Hosiery jrlovcs of all kinds Embroideries DRESS TRIMMINGS income The Board is very anxious to continue the improvements in contemplation upon I 1 HAVE FOR SALE 2 first rate Broke Mules 3 years old 1 first rate Bay Family Ilo se 1 Coal Cart 1 Water Cart 2 Drays and Harness 1 large fine Fire Proof Safe Hall s II T BRENT Skc G That said county levy shall be collee some eighteen papers on different subjects Icctcd by the Sheri IT of tlie county as any other The second paper on Rural by county levy and lie shall par out the same in dis charge of the liibilities incurred by tlicsupcrin Ike jiarvcl k is in this number and the tendent for labor tools or implements purchased scries will he continued during the year h v 1 i n gt quot P on 1C certificate of the superintendent V j 1 Respect full v M apos H ATCHISON TAHITI A WILLIAMS Paris april G 3mp given to the laborer or seller of the tools or im I Me cotnmeud tho work again to our rea 1 1 lements showing the number of davs that he has dors Price S3 per year Address Chas 1 j l oro apos 1 nd f tl e P lice P quot or h lt a quot 1 J character of tools and im leinents bought ami Scribner amp Co Xo 051 Broadway Xcw their price and the obligations of the Sheriff shall Y l be the si me under this act as they now are in rela tion to the county levy as prescribed bv section fi jLiT The review of Miss Miller apos s Music O apos 0 10 2 ch gt P 26 apos Revised Statute Provided that the Sheriff shall take up and pay no such Class was well attended at the Odd Fellows apos certificate until the same shall be indorsed ap n n to proved bv the presiding judge of tlie eountv all on IV ednesday evening The parts urti ml sha have credit apos bis annual sei 1 were executed with skill and taste The tiemens lor no eertificaie that shall not be thus audience were delighted with the perform quot quot apos 7 T l t this act shall take effect whenever anecs which reflected great credit upon it shall receive a majority of the qualified voters r apos of each county each county shall be independent the Instru ctre ss of the other in regard to this act Ti c county 1 judge shall at the first general election in the S M ui Iriend Lion otet the waj ban county cause a vote to be taken c u l voter being quite a curiosity in his window HI Tucs allowed to vote for or against the bill as he may day last a single head of lettuce which apos j 09 f l apos measured five feet five inches iu circum fcrcncc It was raised on the farm of Mr Joseph Mitchell and if it is a fair sample of his crops he will hare earned in his E3 gt quot apos Wo arc authorized to annoui ee Co Rod short career of Canning the reputation oi KRT M Kfx v candidate for County Attorney being a No 1 Letter A cultivator of the soil Superior Blank Books FOR SALE AT TIIK PARIS BOOK STORE SEATON 8b BROBRiOK AVI 10IJ5SALE DDUGGISTS forner 2nd and Court Sis MAYSVIEI E KY apos T apos lIIS OLD ESTABLISHED HOUSE HAS a very large and doubtless one of the BEST ASSORTED BUTTONS OF ALL KINDS And Ladie apos s Goods in general Pai asols X v 11 s Cravats Collar s AND IN FACT A General Assortment of 0 oods For Ladies and Gentlemen Also a line as sortment of FANCY PERFUMERY AXD FANCY SOAPS For Ladies and Gents toilets An entire non stock of French and American Candies A good assortment of COAL OIL LAMPS AT REDUCED PRICES Combs and Brushes Of all kinds for Ladies and Gents We keep a general variety of Fancy Goods too numerous So mention We invite you to call and see for yourselves We would call especial attention of the gentle men to our stock of Tobacco and Cigars OF THE BEST BRANDS A NEWHOFF 1 L PRICE Paris April 20 tf It beats them All citizens and MERCHANT TAILORING GOODS I have also a largo assortment of GENTS Furnishing Ca opds Ol the very best quality sucl as WHITE SHIRTS UNDER SHIRTS DRAWERS NECK TIES SCARFS COLLARS GLOVES SILK LISLE THREAD And tlie best and most popular IKIIXD GLOVES AND II ouscFum sIiiug Goods Opj Post Office Paris Kentucky Such ns Jauvins and Alexanders make all 0 f And examine a large and well selected stock of which I will sell at the lowest New York market j price Any person wishing garments cut can have the same done by calling at my establishment My intention is to accommodate everybody It is not what you earn that makes you rich but what you save consequently you will save 25 cents on each dollar s worth of goods that you pur chase of me I have also on hand the best quali ty of the above articles consisting in part of HOME COMFORT COOK STOVES For Wood or Coal FAVORITE COOK STOVES For wood or coal CHARMER COOK STOVES F or wood or coal WESTERN COOK STOVES For wood or coal BLACK OAK COOK STOVES For wood only FOREST QUEEN COOK STOVES For wood only KENTUCKIAN COOK STOVES For wood only ILLINOIS COOK STOVES For wood only IOWA COOK STOVES For wood only ALEIGATOR COOK STOVES Iu3 000 LBS OF WOOL GLADIATOR COOK STOVES Fo coal onlv MEAGSre Which I offer at 1 10 and 1 25 per yard Is J KAl FJflA V MAIN STREETS PARIS 3 doors above Post Office March 23 tf KY WOOL WOOL WAKTTED Mar 4 C S BRENT amp SON wruxrr aTtYYTVt GY Country Hollow W re OOI Ij Well and Cistern Pumps Refrigerators and Ice Chests iatf Efofa jU STOCK OF DRUGS AMERICAN HARVESTER IN THE WESTERN COUNTRY lor o ounty Attorney at the next August apos election apos Also every description of Goods usually sold in r JSi quot W o are requested to aimpui ee Judge Wu Drug Stores such as Oel Varnishes Dye Stulls Uam M Samuel a candidate for re election as jCSrThe commencement of the Ohio Judge of the Bourbon Ceunty Court at the next i 9 i i 11 j S Female College Oxford took place on August election the I4th inst Among flic graduates was 1 tjpWc are authorized to announce Col A L Miss P M Pullen of our city T quot MS0 7 n quot apos di j latc for re clectio 10 lhe olBcc of Sheri n of Bourbon county car There was a very delightful pic nie r r IT apos apos e are autbonze 1 to announce L ittlebkrrv lit the beautiful woods on the farm of Mr Bf iword Jr a candidate for County Surveyor Robert Clark about 3V miles from town at the next August election on Wednesday last There was quite a j tyrWe arc authorized to announce Mr Jns 1 large attendance though the lowering Porter a candidate for Jailor of Bourbon Coun clouda of the morning deterred very many ty at the August election from attending The arrangements were apos We are authorized to announce Mr Stok in admirable order and the tables beside LEV U Rion a candidate for re election to the office of Jailor of Bourbon County at the next Perfmnery Fancy Articles Bnishes Cilass The Kirby Combined REAPER AND MOWER V PERFECT Mower a perfect Rea pet a per fect ham 4 Raker aiul a perfect Self Raker all combined in the same Machine For particu lars call and get a Pamphlet H F LOGAN Agent April G 3m WE WILL PAY TIIE HIGHEST PRICE ILT CASH FOR 20 000 LBS OF WOOL Water Coolers Bn tiling Tubs Brushes of nil kinds Enameled Stew Kettles and Pans Brass Kettles Bell Metal Kettles Tea Trays M ty 18 McCLlNTOCK amp DAVIS JAPANNED WARE TOILET SETS CAKE BOXES CASH BOX ES DEED BOXES BRITTANIA SETS COFFEE ROASTERS KNIVES FORKS SPOONS amp C TIN WARE Of every kind manufactured and for sale Soaps amp c being very tastefully decorated were loaded with delifiouscatablcs which only whetted and never satiated the appetite Saxton apos s Band discoursed music to tho light fan 1 August election GREAT INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED TO DRUGGISTS MERCHANTS AND PHYSICIANS To purchase from us N1PPERT amp GUTZEIT S Bucks fournished to suit farmers Pers Bakery and Confectionery MAIJ STREET PARIS ICY 1000 FINE WOOL EWES J tooling m lt l CXiittering follows Executed in the best manner at short notice D ELIVERED 1st of September next to be kept three years for one half of the increase and half the Wool The increase to be divided at the expiration of the three years the wool di l Co Partnership Notice 1 lie gt w ill be put out in lots ol tN resuming ow business we have admitted C vided annually 1 70 Ewes to cacn Buck Merino or Cotswold J h GARRETT and EDWARD TAYLOR as partners To tlie Voter of IIoiirLon Coiruty Reports have been circulated in the county that I would not be a candidate for re election to the tastic toe and all young and old enjoyed j officeof Clc k of the Bourbon Comity Court the recreation Nothing occurred to mar By way of contradiction to such reports I an the general joy except two heavy showers n0UIlce gt tl at 1 m a candidate for re election to during the day but the assemblage main saiJ u quot i lt lt at August next tbat I bare no part apos tiership arrangement as bas also been represented tained their gvouud and cie lcuarded I w j t j a y 01ie gt u al5 y event whatever in regard to by a bright and pleasant evening The said office highest eillogimns were bestowed upon If elected I promise to discharge all the duties hose who had the pic nio in charge and f said office faitl lully to the best of my ability i s i as I have heretofore done jm universal vote or another similar re p L j uruwn tftjjon 3t no distant day x Jau 5 1P66 Ginseng Feathers Rags Mustard Seed Flax Seed and Beeswax Received at CINCINNATI PRICES less freight and drayage iu exchange for goods SEATON A ntiOUKICK Maysville Ivy May 11 18CG Paris Citizen copy and send bill to this office I Fleming Co Dispatch t r DHE attention of the public is invited to the X announcement that Mr GUT2E1T has rc centlv been associated with Mr NIPPERT in the above business Mr G s well known skill in the art of CAKE AN gt CANDY IIANCFACTITRING is a guarantee of our ability to furnish the very finest and most beautiful article in our line FOR WEDDINGS We offer the finest Cakes and Pyramids tasteful l v ornamented and Candies fresh and of our own manufaoturo We believe that we are able to put up the finest work i n our line and all we ask is an opportunity to exhibit it Call and examine our stock of j Fresh Fruits Canned Fruits ersons wishing to obtain Fine Wool Sheep now have an opportunity without paying out monev Come at om e farmer before thev arc all taken W R CUNNINGHAM May 18 GG IscptO apos j Paris THO I GARRETT JACOB SPEARS Kv Spring 1 GG 2STEW OONFEGTIONEBV STOHEc JOSEPH G SCOTT NEW GOODS I N calling you attention to the above notice We would also inform you that we have purchased our stock of Goods for the season with unusual care and on advantageous terms enabling us to make EIGHT LITERATURE Hands Bazin s and Phalons PERFUMES CLOTHES BRUSHES fiEair ElnislifK TOILET SOAPS AND A GREAT VARIETY OF Fasacy Articles ALSO A Stock of Fine Liquors WARRANTED PURE fop MEDICAL PURPOSES MOSGLMTTUC J W McKIM W P CHAMBERS Paris March 30 1866 tf PHOTIGRAPH GALLERY CORNER OF MAIN AND BRODWAT PARIS IvY H AS opened a Confectionery Store on Broad way one door from the Corner of Main Than and Broadway where lie lias just opened a good stock of tlie finest gt r Prices much Lower goods have been sold heretofore stock will be one of tlie On french candies Largest and Best Assortments of COMMON CANDIES FOREIGN AND CANNED FRUITS DOMESTIC GOODS GREEN I RUITS To be found in our section of cauntrv Weslmll jV PTS O F A F Ii I ADS j k e P H in quantity quality aiut styles to meet CAKES CIGARS AND TOBACCO apos wanteofbuyer8 apos apos B OT ROSE VETOUijp respectfully inform the public that r he is prepared to make Photograph of any size n the highest style of art painted IN WATER o OIL COLORS lie is also prepared to Copy and Enlarge Pictures to any Size He takes especial pains in taking likenesses of Infants 5c dxildx en and will execute pictures at the houses of thosn unable to visit the GALLERY It never ftdh to get a correct likeness ol deceased persons He is alio ready to make AMBROTYPES UNEQUAL TO ANY ARTIST IN TIIE STATE Every person who wishes to catch tho shadow beiore tho substance fades away of himself or friends are invited to gi vc him a call as he feels confident ol rendering entile satisfaction and if he fails T here will bo tto Charges Entrance to tin Gtillevy on Noin Street on a door from the Citi apos zen Ojpe e ami Petris Boole Store Paris March 9 G6 tf Nuts Candies Cakes Figs And every other articles usually found in a first And all articles usually kept in a Jirst class Con class Confectionery House He respectfully in They must be made for cash or cha fcctionery Store rites bis friends and the public to give him a call to prompt paving purchasers ou nrese Ice furnished in any quantity t as he is determined to spare no pains to give cn bills As our sales will be made With Small Profits 111 V of 5 urged presentment May 18 66 tf NIPPERT amp GUTZE1T tire satisfaction i Paris April G GG tf March 30 GARRETT SPEARS A CO LIFE PRESERVERS THE EMPORIUM WATER COOLERS O F ALL KINDS qualities sizes and prices w hich wc ofler for the same prices as they can be obtained in Cincinnati FORD amp TAYLOR April 13 tf f s THIS WESTERN CITIZEN i 7 is J ibertif alone that pines the Jlow apos r C f fleeting life its lustre and perfume And we are weeds without it Cowper J V Preside u t Johnson transmitted to i fi Thc Canadian Parliameutbas adop botli Houses oi Congress on t lie 22d inst ted u resolution to demand of the Govern the following message clearly indicating ment of the United States indainniticatiou his opposition to the recently adopted for the expeuses incurred in defending constitutional Amendment which is to be the country against the Fenians BOURBLN FiiiS rtttis liMTimv FRIDAY MORNING JUNE 2 9 lSCli submitted to the Legislatures of the sev cral States for tliier ratification U I submit to Congress a report of the j quot Secreta ry of State to whom was referred IDchard R Bolling and Judge the concurrent resolution ofthe ISth inst apos John Seaton having withdrawn their i respecting a submission to the Legists namer as candidates for Clerk of the I t ur C 3 of the States of an additional article to the Con titutiou ofthe United Stat s It will he seen from this report that the Secretary of State had on the Kith inst transmitted to the Governors of the sev eral States cert i lied copies of the joint res olutions passed on the 13th proposing an amendment to the Constitution Even in ordinary time s a question of MaVfTho latest arrival from Europe amending the Constitution must be justly regarded as of paramount i S T A r r J J AI li IN quot T Of tlic Condition of the ISTWest Vi5 vded tee LIVERPOOL AMI UI VMS AM GLOBE The 29th Annual Fair returned rebels from the right of suffrage by over 7 f 00 votes CATTLE MARKETS New Y lt ark Juno 26 First quality 17 5 U ilH 50 fair Court of Appeals Gen Edward I IIou son has been announced as the Cnion candidate for Clerk at the August clce i o Gen Ilohson and Judge Duvall are now the only candidates before the people common 14 00 1 5 U0 IKSCRA NCE COMPANY On the 31st day of December 18C5 made to the Auditor of the State of Kentucky in compliance with an net entitled An act to regulate Agen cies of Foreign Insurance Companies approved 3rd March OF THE 1 t56 Bkk apos f Catti e to good 15 H0al7 50 inferior 1 2 00a 14 00 SiiF Kr and Lotoi Extras per head 8 00a 10 00 prime 6 50a7 00 ordinary 5 50 i6 50 com mon 5 0n 5 50 inferior 4 00a 4 f gt 0 Swine H eavy corn fed per lb 10yjal0 3 4 c li apos flit y C J 111 IN urpool hnghi V 4 1 011 ourtton uountM ApicuUimU e w u Wc SOCIETY NAME AND LOCATION The name of the Company is Eivkri apos ooi and London and Gloiik In trwci Company and is land Branch in New brings Ktiropenn dates to the 15th of this month Hostilities had not yet commenced but Austria had withdrawn her Ministc and medium JUalO apos jC There was no material change in the market for Beef Cattle this week though the sales were at lower prices except for prime Steers which were if anything firmer some of the best realizing lHb c but the lower grades were numerous and importance sold pretty low The range of prices was as usual though the bulk of the Cattle gold at l5 l lt al7 oC Nearly all were sold at noon with no prospects of any being left over The total receipts this week were ns follows Beeves 6 044 Sheep and lambs 8 006 Swine 14 410 o This importance is at the present time cn lianecd by the fact that the joint resolu tion was not submitted by the two houses from Berlin and tendered passports to the for the approval rff the President and Prussian Ambassador at Vienna and the that of the brK six States which cousti Austrian Emperor had declared in a speech tu c IC I niou eleven are excluded fiom j representation m either House of Congress to the municipal authorities or lus capita r 1 although with the single exception ot that an appeal to the sword alone remained Texas they have been entirely restored The Germanic Diet against the emphatic to all their functions as States in coufor protest of Prussia resolved tj mobilize the mity with the organic law of the land per cenuil prose lt i ml Ivivp MniM gt apos iri gt il it iho V itionnl Sni Siikep T liere has been a fair demand for Shoep entire army oi the confederation 1 russia s nt 3 50 5 per cental gro for fair to prime quul tol hy Senators and Representatives who 1 1 1 CAPITA L The amount of its Capital Stock au thorised is The amount of its Capital Stock paid up is O ASSETS Cash on hand and in hands of Agents Beal Estate mi incumbered Debts due the Company secured hy mortgage on iiiiincumb lt ed Real Estate worth per cent more than the same is mortgaged for as per vouchers and schedule occodi puny in 10 000 000 1 958 760 160 508 79 267 416 32 entire force is estimated at 783 000 men Cincinnati June 27 Catti e The demand has not been very good and ns the receipts have been in excess of it the market is dull and prices are tending downward j though no decline has as yet been established We Debts due the Company for premiums quote common to choice qualities at 5 50a7 50 The Bonds and Slocks owned by the Company per vouchers bjcoiHm nying how secured and the rate if interest thereon to wit i ties The supply of Lamb is about equal to the 5 20 6 per cent IJ S Bonds 8 1 000 00 48 743 03 tT cly strengthening the Silesian frontier sovereign people of the nation been affor Switzerland was arming to defend the dutl a opportunity of expressing their passes of the Alps Garibaldi had left v icws upon Ui important q tions which Caprera and arrived at Como where lie was enthusiastically received Kossuth was endeavoring to excite the Hungarians to revolution Meanwhile the female rel atives of the belligerent sovereigns wore endeavoring to roll back the tide of war with their tongues In the East Diner Pacha at the head of a Turkish army was preparing to enter the Danubian Princi palities to enforce the sovereign rights of of the Sultan and the Moldo Wallachians were organizing an army to resist the in vasion N B Yesterday apos s papers bring tv o days apos later news from Europe The great war has commenced The decision of the Germanic Diet on the 14th to mobilize the Army of the Confederation was followed hy the immediate withdrawal of the Prus sian representative and ou the next day the Prussian armies invaded Saxony and Hanover Marshal Beuedek was expected mony and union to attack the Prussians at once and there wqs already a rumor of a fight near Lcip sic Victor Emanuel and La Marmora had gone to join the Italian army BSk The National Johnson Club at Washington City has issued a call signed by Messrs ltandall Doolittle Brownintr a v era ecs t have applied for aaid been rel used adtnis demand which is good at 3u5 per head accordiu 0 She has 280 000 in the held and was ae siou to the vacant Voats Nor have the j to size amt fatness lions Tliere has been a fair demand for IJojrs during tlie week Tliere has iicen no change in prices am we continue to quote at 9i Ill percen tal gross for good to extra heavy the amendment involves Grave doubts lt therefore may naturally and justly arise as to whether the action of Congress is in j harmony with the sentiment ofthe peo ple and whether State Legislatures elec ted without reference to such an issue should be called upon by Congress to de cide respecting the ratification of the pro to ID 5 per cent do San Francisco City and County 7 per cent Bonds 25 00 1 00 Do do G per cent 5 000 00 527 000 00 10 000 00 posed nmendmen Waiving the question as to the consti tutional validity ofthe proceedings of Con gress upon the joint resolution proposing the amendment or us to the merits of the article which it submits through the Ex ecutive Department to the Legislature of the States I deem it proper to observe that the steps taken hy the Seei clary of State as detailed in the accompanying re port are to be considered as purely minis terial and in no Reuse whatever committing tl o Executive to an approval or recom mendation of the amendment to the State Legislatures or to the people On the contrary a proper appreciation ofthe let ter and spirit of the Constitution as well as of the interest of national order liar arid a deference for an enlightened public judgment may at this time well suggest a doubt whether any amendment to the Constitution ought to ho proposed by Congress and pressed on the Legislatures of the several States for final decision until after the admission of such Senators and Representatives of the now unrepresentated States as have been or as may hereafter he chosen iu eonfor D1 D At her residence in this county Mrs Mahga ret Kkllar willow of Abram Kullar dccM aged 82 years On Saturday last Miss Minerva Nance dausli ter of the late Prior Nance of this county for merly of Knoxville Teini At Maple Hill near Lexington on the 25th inst of pneumonia II Boone I nuei s aged 50 years and 9 months 50 000 00 Market value S Certificates of Indebtedness 15 000 market value Total All other securities 5 1 1 2G 95 14 850 HI 302 97 G 95 31 205 0G tv I i i be lira is OAl THE FAIR R H SSN NEAR PARIS KY On l iii silii Wrdnrailn Tliurstlay nn l Friday t ie4tli alii jlli am 7IU days til September istiti OFFICERS OF XIIE SOCIETY President B J Clue Vice Presidents James Hull and Horace Miller Treasurer W W Mitchell Secretary H F Pullen Directors 11 W Hire Jus I Cunningham H A Parker Jeptlia 17 Butler George M Bedford F P Clay Vol Hildreth Joseph Kwult Jacob Spears and Joseph Mitchell PR EMIU M X I ST Fins r u vv Cattle Hull I years old and upwanl Hull 3 yean ulitanil under four Hull years old and under three Hull 1 year old and under two Hull Calf under 1 year old Cow I years old and upward Cow 3 years old and under four Cow 2 years old and under three Heifer 1 year old and under two Heifer Calf under 1 year old Jil i Cfce I r Jonathan Taylor of Clark uieter of Fayette II I Ayres Jas t5 Kcnuard r of Fayette John A Kice of Nicholas Domestics of Wool f ine jeans 10 yards home made Fire jeans lOyards factory made Negrojeaus 10 yards homemade Negro jeans 10 yards factory made Fulled cloth 10 yards W hite linsey 10 joints home made Colored linsey 10 yards home made Negro linsey 10 yards home made Negro linsey 10 yards factory made Flannel 10 yards home made I Hair of blankets Kentucky made Colored coverlet arpei 10 yards Kentucky made nth rug home made eoleti hose Woolen half hose i Infant Socks Judges Samuel II Clay Allen Uushfor l Jr 0 Miller Of Cotton Kentucky twilled cloth mixed lit yards Kentucky twilled cloth striped 10 yards J Kentucky negro cloth plain 10 yards I J White countci pane home made 3 Cotton liese Of Hemp and Flax A DESIRABLE TOWN LOT r AUCTION an 0 Q r a 7 o T WILL sell one of the most desirable lots to J on 1 build on in the city of Paris lying between J t on Piior sand A Raines aixl the Kentucky Centnil 1 eo a rja s nd Mavsville k Lexington Turnpike oo Road Shie will commence at half past 11 3 oo 1 o clock on Suturdav I 00 Oo 1 10 1 00 1 on i past 30ili day of June 1860 Tei apos fne made know n on day of sale C STfcriiEN June 15 tils Trustee pinch diaper 10 yards homemade Flax lirten 10 yards home made Hemp linen 10 yard home made Tow linen HI yards homemade Sewing thread 1 poiYml J lltfg CH K i gt ik 10 INI I 1 oo 10 00 lo no J 00 10 00 10 III 10 INI 10 00 Isaac Yan 2 00 i 10 a oo ii 00 r tio Henderson It V Harris O F Sciuggs Needle Work amp c Silk pafrh work quilt tiff 00 Silk Comfort 7 Worsted patchwork qitrH 5 cn C alico patch wnrf quilt J White Uilt solid Work 5 chi Worsted comfort j g j Calico comfort 2 CO Shirt unstarched o l 0 Silk eiuhroiderj apos o Same in colors 7 Wor apos ted clhlirojilbry ouchMh Worsted embroidery On caUY i s fVnellt embroider Thread embroidery llentstiched garment or handkcrchiefe Ornamental shell work Ornamental wax work heather work Hair work Specimen of sewinjr mhelifne work Worked slippers by lady 1 2 Cotton crochet table mats Fancy cone and nut frame Home made banging basket Feather Flowers THE UNION CHURN KLL known an salo AT KNIFE IN amp CO S Idy nxoin tnoi dull lot Juno 15 tf Last Notice r pHOf E imieblcil to ihe ertnle of lie lulu 1 1 HOS M F BB are noli lied tor the List tiivn niil s iinini apos iliiitu p yi gt iolit is nimlo lo llio iimliMsigni apos ii llieir notes lind ucroiiihb will bo pin ceil ill ilie bunds ol ilic Icgnl gt Hirers for col 1 B F PUI I KN Adni r June I 5 3w s WOOD apos S MOWER Tlie 1 5ei G Mower in i li apos VV apos ovlilI F say Ilic best in the world find Judges W W M apos Tl I o iratt f n M llo i quot apos quot lo1 apos itsclt n d i fs quot iufiict lt irenj Paintings bandscApe in oil Animal painting in water colors Landscape in waior eolors 11 Boone I nuei s aged a native of our place iUir 3V cU c vt i 5 c m cut cl PHOTOGRAPHS I VERSONS wishing a good Photograph of the Rev D OWEN DAVIES or Eld DAVID WALK can obtain them at nty Gallery or at the Furniture Rooms of G W Davis Paris June 29 tf B W ROSE Total assets of the Company 1 611 850 13 LIABILITIES The amount of Liabilities due and not due o Banks and other Cred itor Losses adjusted and flue Lor ses adjusted and not due Losses unadjusted and contested Losses in suspense waiting lot further proof All other claims against Company None None None 1 10 069 91 None 140 068 91 Sweepstakes Bull of any age ft2 lt 9 i d Cow of any age 2U 1KI Judges 11 F Vanmeter of CIark f Jen L Peslui of llarn tou Alfred D Olfut of sk olt Joseph fccott Will 11 uglier of Fayette Herd Hull and three Cows 2 years old and upward 20 0 Hull and three Heifers under 2 years old lo O Judge June Sudduth of Scott llobcrt S Taylor I of Clark John A Haim J W Ferguson L r Tarlton ot Fayette Long Wool Sheep Fruit yainting Flower pnfntiug Fancy painting apos Hrecian painting Monocromatic painting Polychromatic painting C uidsen gt c in pencil Fknrcnrin ciidl m Animals in K iicil o 1 0 Fancv fh pencil o pp JtldjJrN C V li K Kinf Ir lt I Ih ii Ajlcll IlucUviir Agricultural Implements Plow two horses for sod 5 on Plow two horses for mo6ie 00 Wagon two horse 5 pp Whaley William Wrighi we fiiihk all who have watchcl ih rill iU h ol the Wood Madiine from coitnti apos V to coitntrv over the globe will agree with us This machine apos apos lias 1 lie highesl ci or bestowed upon this class of iiiacliinci v CD 1 l lu Utiituil States at Ihe I ivo last It S Fair s Lki quot quot 1 t nlmost evorv State Fair Ktigluml France i in Austria Prussia Germany Kussia and Spain 5 nu in eompctkioH willi ail tlie leading niacHiucrv iu J quot Ilie quot apos orl S IU 1 Farmers w ishing the most sitnp apos e durable li bl imki draft ami aluavs rcliaiilc machine uiliilowcll to apos purchiiso r W OO D M O VV Ell 11 t Brent agent Jane l apos m Notice to Contractors 1 11 dg cm J ames Jamison K r IMIE President and Directors of the I W orks Turnpike Company will receive 1 pusals for constructing PARIS CEMETERY I yF n aSONS indebted to the Paris Cemetery are requested to make immediate payment to Mr C V Higgins Treasurer us the Board needs the mThmv due to meet their engagements IS B R ION President Paris June 29 tf Birr apos Si HEAT SMALL lot rhoiccNcw Jersey Buck Wheat for sale by June 29 SPEA RS k BRO Cowan Knapp and Fowler fora Nation quot ity with the Constitution and laws ofthe Uuited States ANDREW JOHNSON Washington D June 22 18Uti At Union Convention of at least two delegates from each Congressional District of all tl ic States two from each Territory two from the District of Columbia and four delegates at large from each held at the city of Philadelphia 14th of August next will be chosen hy the Governors ofthe Florida with a provision that for two years several States who sustain tlie Adminis no entry shall be made for n o e than tration in maintaining unbroken the Un eighty acres Tlie hill permits negroes as ion of the States Delegates are asked to well as whites to acquire homesteads on agree those lands and in r HANEY amp GAPER apos T apos ENDERS their hearty thanks to their cus JL tooiers for their past patronage and would most respectfully inform them that their accounts are now ready for settlement and hope that they will make immediate payment as they are in need of the monev to meet their arrangoments HANEY k GAPER Paris June 29 3 w JB amp Thc President lias approved the bill t lt be extending the provisions of the Homestead on the Law to all the public lands in Alabama Louisiana quot Wanted Wanted N Cou U Pers lt Total Liabilities STATE OF NEW YORK County of New York t bS A FELL lie apos iileiit Secretary of the Liverpool and Loudon and Globe Insurance Com puny being sworn depose and sav that the foregoing is a full true and correct statement of fair b uulw ihe affairs of the said Company that the said In suranceCompany is tlie bonajide owner of at least one hundred and fifty fhoutttnd dollars of actual Cash Capital invested in Stocks and Bonds or in Mortgages on unincumbered Real Estate worth 50 r er cent more than the same is mortgaged forjtliat the aboved escribed investments nor any part thereof are made for the benefit of any individual exercising authority in the management of said Company nor for any other person or persons whatever that tlie mort gages above described have not been assigned nor in any manner released or impaired by said Company and that lie is the above described offi cer of tlie said Liverpool and London and Insurance Company Stamp A PELL Res S Subscribed and sivorn to before me a Public in and for said County of New State of New York this 1st day U 1 rttarv llfiG t apos f f apos J W IIALE Notary Public Burk over two years ol Buck under two years old Eac over two years old Kw c under two years old Fair L imits Iml i Thomas McDntiul of C apos lurk Jli un Held of Fayette Itobcri McMillan South Down Sheep Back over two years o 11 Buck under two v ears old Ewe over two years old Ewe under two years old Grains P Charles T Garrard Ben CJofT of Clarl Wnrtiel i of Fayette Fine Wool Sheep 10 00 5 Dll I quot hea Intf l uw licl IU 0C gt its half budirl 5 OO Itye half hushel a i Harley half Inuhel Buckwheat half hushol Fifty ears of oir i for Urc ut Fifty ears of corn for stock Clover seed one peck Hern paced one peck Timothy seed one peck Blue grass seed one peck Largest pumpkin J U iljJCM David Gass I J S Garden 10 00 5 to 10 00 o HI gt oo lien Buck over two years ol l Buck under two years old 10 lt 0 lt 0 Ewe orer two years old 10 u KW0 under l wo years old 5 00 Fair iambs 5 0 gt JlidyfeN Hubert Clark Dr Ja OlTutt of Scott V K Cunningham Herd of Sheep amp c Best Buck anil 3 Ewes of any ago or breed 10 CO Best five Fat Sheep 00 Judge Marlin Hutchison Isaac Stipp of Clark Milton Beall Hogs out Roar over one year old 10 00 B nr under one year old 5 00 Sow over one year old 10 00 ary Sow under one year old 5 00 Rest Sow and litter of Ply 10 OJ rk Five fat Hogs 5 0 eb 1 li Nicholas TaUiou 1 T Davis John W Such delegates i Mississi ppi Ark lisas and County Court Day July 1st 1SGG nil arsons knowing themselves imlelrtetl to us by note or account to come forward and settle as we need tlie monev and must have it W II WAIN RIGHT k CO Paris June 29 ltv First The Union is perpetual dissoluble Second Equality ofStates and the right to representation are solemnly guaran teed Third No right of secession or exclu sion Fourth Slavery is abolished forever Fifth Each State has to prescribe qual ifications for its own electors Sixth The maintenance of the right of each State to manage its domestic concerns inviolate It concludes with an appeal to every pa triot to frown upon the action of Congress which can only rekindle animosities and to encourage peaceful and conciliatory measures but no delegate will take a scat in such convention who does not loyally accept the uational situation and cordially indorse tlie principles above set forth and is not attached in true allegiance to the Constitution Union and Government of the United States tSlT Advices received by the ment from its agents iu England Govcrn and on JpjrThe aggregate receipts of revenue from all sources during the present fiscal year promises to reach the good round sum of 540 000 000 fiSrlt is seriously doubted by New York surgeons whether there is any such disease as Asiatic cholera on our shores Theca ses classed as such have bceu brought on by impurities gSyThc new Captain General of Cuba has issued a circular expressing the deter mination of the Queen of Spain to exter minate the slave trade aud his owu resolve to enforce the law on that subject STEAM THRESHING MACHINES FOR SALE State of Xkw York County of Now York s I VV C CONNOR County Clerk 1 hereby ertifv that J VV IIALE whose name is appended to the jurat of the foregoing deposi tion was otf the date thereof a Notary Public in and for tlie State and County of New York duly authorized to administer on ths for general purpo ses and that 1 am well acquainted with the hand I w riting of the said Hale and verily believe that the signature to the said deposition is genuine In Testimony Whereof I have hereto Thomas Trot iuj Horses To he decided hy sjieed Beit Si illioi of any age Best Mure of miy ay v Judge James Snell of Hariisou Joe S Berry Jan Melt vain Si l I Clay Kol crt L iysou Ladies apos Riding Ring Best K lt iu apos slrian SECOND DAY Fat Cattle and Oxen Fat Bullock four years old and upward Fat Heifer do Fat Cow Steer three year old aud under four Fat Heifer do m cm 10 oo 30 CM S apos set my hand and nflixed mv olticial seal Steer two years old and under three k e 11 it l i r t apos i f om J3T The Hon James Humphrey a mem ber of Congress from the 3rd District of New York died at his residence iu Brook lyn on the lGthinst He was a brother of the Rev Dr Humphrey of this State JC fF The severe storm on the Lake shore on the 17th aud 18th insts and the cold weather succeeding it have made sad havoc among the newly sheared sheep the continent are to the effect that very n Northern Ohio It is estimated that few of our securities are likely to be re 12 000 died in the county of Huron and turned to this country Iu Germany the total loss on the lake shore is stated where the hulk of the bonds arc held the to be over one hundred thousand lower and middle classes in view of the 7 apos 1 A party of robbers iu Bowdoinham approaching war in Europe arc converting 1 J 11 1 e apos lame on tlie 14th inst followed the securities of their own country into cas hi cr 0 f t h c Village National Bank in money and re investing it in 5 20s that place to his home gagged his family m and put them under guard They then 8 S 2 L 1 lie London Junes compliments t 00 k the cashicr back to the bank robbed the merican Government in the highest the vault of about 07 000 locked their terms for its energy and decision in sup prisoner in the vault and made their cs jircssiug the Fenian raid cape J T 11 consequence JC tU Yccording to the New York Tri affairs across the Atlantic important add b V apos i Santa Anna has 810 000 000 on do tions are to be made to the Uuited States posit in England and lie is soon to return uro P 3an Squadron The locusts have made their appearauec I HAVE for sale two Steam Threshing Machines with all thc fixtures complete for immediate use ROB T A RUSK Payne s Depot Ky Paris Citizen copy to amt of 2 and charge this t office Lex Obs June 29 this 2nd day of February 1866 VV C CONNOR Clerk ESTATE OF L OXLEY apos T HOSE indebted to the estate of L Oxley X dec d are notified to make immediate pay ment to the undersigned and those having claims i against thc estate will present them dulv authen ticated to TIIOS P SMITH Esq at his Law Office in P ris on or before thc 2nd Monday in July next F G ASHBROOK JEFF OXLEY June 29 tf Adn rs i J j QI 4 SA EJi V A L U A B L E HOTEL PROPERTY o T Auditor s Omcs Ky Frankfort May 1 lbGG j 1 lierciiy certify tliat tlie foregoing is a true copy of tlie original on file in this office In witness whereof I have hereto set s my hand and affixed my official seal the dav and year ahovo written apos WM T SAMUELS Auditor Heifer do Steer one your oltl and under two Fat lleifcr do Voke of Oxen for work over three years old Yoke of Oxen under three years oltl J lulge l iw McIntyre J F Jacoby Horses for Harness 10 M JO Ul 7 Ml 7 i o 7 I t 3 00 r gt ou 5 01 5 to 10 on 7 CO L M Bedford Irisli potatoes half bushel Sweet potatoes half bushel Cabbnjre six heads Tomatoes one peck Celery six bunches Turi il for table one j cck Parsnips oi e peck Salsify on eek Onions one peck Carrots one peek Beets for tabic one peck Beets for st H k half bushel l iina beaus half peek Pepper half peck Watermelons three Musk melons three Squashes half dozen i 0 Judges Win Bur 0 M l o l L II F Hibler Orchard Display of f ill apples 1 00 Display of winter apples I CO Display of ellnjr peaches 1 00 Display of free peaches 1 0 Plums one dozen I 0B Quinces one dozen 1 I It Display of fall pears 1 00 Display of winter pears I On 1 drapes t atnwlm basket 1 00 Jrapes Isabella basket l CM Display of liar My grapes I 0M Judges B H Bedford W Do eon J u McMiller Wine aud Cake Six l o ties grape wine Six bottles other domestic wine Pound cake Sponge cak I Fruit cake Judges B J Clay Jat llall XI K Miller Flowers lion ini their road hegiimig at tluv intersection oi thc Lexington ami Newtown Turn l i ini gt ilie Road and emlii g at tin intersection of lie I in Georgetown and l nvne s l e int Kohd in sections j apos WJ or the whole road G miles long to be built in accordance iritii tiie survey and specifications oi l m Frol J J Rucker until tlie 3d of July at which l hi time at Douerui all tiids will he considered In I quot formation desired by contntetont can he liad In apos U J calling ou the undersigned i ui LEO I LEWIS GEO W C GRAVES Us W C Morris j RANDOLPH HALEY THUS II l AYNR c i a June 15 5w i i e ParU Citizen copy 3 times and semi hill to this J j j office Lexington Ohscrter i no I IS l ou l ic i I apos ll f RA I apos a half dozen new two horse Wagons 1 all R and a light lour horse Wagon made out of I un tiie best material and iu tlie most workmanlike lull for sale low lor cash If you want l iu 1 on Farm Wagons ot J 01 1 00 l on 1 oo call immediately Paris June l r tf JEFF OXLEY August Election N Election will be held in the tri eis of Bourbon Com ty f l i oo on in un 7 IM 7 on gt no II II ItlCkflll Agent BAB IS KY June 29 1866 Blue Grass Seed Wanted lloritc Mule colt under one year old 1 3 ud lion fear years old and upwanl Stallion three years old and under four Stallion two years old and under three Stallion one year old and under two Stallion colt under one year old Mare four years old and upward Mare three yearn old mid under four Mate two years old ami under three Mare one yeni oltl and under two nu Marc colt under one year old 7 1 0 J tirtgc J Drummond Hunt of Fayette Itoliert Stra der of Covington Cbiis Kimbrough of Harrison Mat M Hay John T Kcduioii Mules 10 00 10 no Display of green house flowers iu pots apos 00 Boses 12 luit varieties in pots 3 00 Dallas greatest variety 2 0 apos Pholexes greatest variety 1 00 Verbenas greatest variety 1 0 Cut flowers handsomest cultivated varieties 1 00 Hand hoqtiet of hardy flowers 1 00 Hand boquet of green house flowers I 00 JiMlgc David J Hume Wellington A Cuuuingham It T Davis Dairy Butter five pounds 2 00 Cheese five pounds 2 00 Honey five pounds J 00 Maple sugar five pounds 1 00 Preserves three kinds 8 00 Pickles three kinds 2 lt 0 Pickles sweet three kinds 2 00 10 ot j el lie three kinds 5 or JO 00 Preserved fruit one can 1 DO i y Judges K II Hanson C VVE will pay the TOP OF y T in cash all the time lor Blue Grass Seed THE MARKET Blue G C 8 BRENT k SON HUE Hotel in Flcmingdburg favorably known as the Ky long and Is now offered for sale This house is too well known to the traveling public to require any par ticular recommendation Any one desiring to engage in the Hotel business will do well to call and examine this property which for convenience of arrangement and location is admirably adapted to the business The house is commodious con taining about twenty good rooms with Kitchen the Servants rooms smoke house ice house two good stables and garden For further particulars address or call upon P S DUDLEY Executor kc June 20 1 m Citzen copy one montu and send hill to this of ficelor collection Flemingsburg Dispatch Paris June 22 tf Falls City Lindenberger LEAD 1 PAINTERS mill House keepers arc liotificJ that amongst the various articles first rate of this class kept by tiie undersigned they n ai ra lit the FALLS CITY LEAD its e iial to any English or American They will keep a constant supply on hand and sell it on such terms as will give entire satisfaction We w ill duplicate Cincinnati bills adding freight and charges depiivin all of anv excuse for fos tering foreign instead of domestic trade McKI U amp CHAMBERS June 22 tf Ham Dried Beef Loaf of wheat bread Lanl five pounds Candle lo lbs home made Vo 1 Soap five 11 m home made Marc Mule two okl and under three 1 1 00 SUrch Bre lbs Indue made Mire Male one year oM and under two 111 00 Hour all jmiind Mare Mule colt under one year old 7 Oil 1 rounds Judges Dr Kohinsnn of Clnrk Tlioma Johnson of Montgomery Socrates Bowles Gray Smith Jesse H Dotilden T Garrard Col II Pantry amp c Jtulfircs C Y Higgins Sr Thomas Kennedy D Thomas THIRD day Farm Horses Stallion four years old and upwanl 13 00 Stallion three years old and under four 10 Oil Stallion two years old and under three 10 oo Stallion one year old and under two 7 00 Stallion colt under one year old 7 00 Mare four years okl and upward 15 00 Mare three years okl and under four 10 00 Mare two years old and under three 10 0 Marc one year old and under two 7 00 Mare colt under one year 7 OO I WILL PAY TUB Highest TPrice in Ca Ii FOIl 50 000 LBS OF WOOL O r MILLER June 1 4w i LIME CEMENT AND Stray I loi se r pAKEN up on the ICth of June inst by B of the warlike aspect oi JL E Dorsey near 1 aris A JBay Horse 14 hands high about 8 years old shod all round no marks or brands except a small spot under tlie saddle appraised to 50 by me J H McCANN J P R J BROWN C B C iu the locality of Pittsburg Pa in im mense numbers and the groves aud forests are resounding with their noise A copy att June 29 4w to Mexico drive away Maximilian aud call his countrymen to his owu standard they arc to listen to him and will fall apos las county Iowa on tho 10th Buildings 1 Then Mexico will rise from her ashes and were literally lifted from their founda a new and glorious future will be open to tions and dashed in pieces Fences were the children of the Montczumas prostrated and the locks upon which they were built iu some instances rolled from jfirTcnnessceans in Washington think their beds ih Legislature of that State will fail tol General Cass was estimated lo be worth Buckeye Premium Danville and others Also uenerai i ass was esumaicu to nt worui g nlo lll Tobacco such us l urkish Bi Lick ra tify tjye Constitutional Amendment as from four to live millions Log Cabin and Home Sweet Home Give him r call JOS WALKER r PHE SUBSCRIBER HAS OPENED A CIO L ar and Tobacco Store iu tlie comer room of tlie Paris Book Store and Citizen Office bundum where lie keeps constantly on hand a good assort ment of the very best Brands of Cigars and very superior Chewing Tobacco sueli ns Pocket Piece Buckeye Premium Dnnvi quot MARBLE MANTLES Marbleized Slate Mantles Marbleised Iron M ANTLES WITH KN AM BLED GRATES New Exquisite styles and finish at Cin cinnati prices AT KNIFFIN amp CO S June 22 tf J I dec Charles Innea of Fayette Edwin fl Bed ford l amp uac Kellar Kdwin Clark M M Gass Geldings Sec Gelding for saddle 4 years old anti upward 10 00 Gelding for sju l lie u i tiler foury u S old 10 00 Gelding for saddle 2 year old and miller 3 7 00 Gelding for harness 4 ycur old wid upward 10 10 i Gelding for hnrneit umler four years old lli CO Mare 4 y c n old nod upwards for saddle without re gard to breeding 10 00 liKl t 3 1 Kenney of Jessamine J K Jainesou II D Ayres James Miller of Harrison Chu D Talbott Asses Jennet four years old and upwanl 15 00 Jennet three years old and under four 10 10 Jennet two years old and under three 10 00 J nnet one year old and umlcrtwo 7 00 Jennet colt under one year old 7 OO J iek four years old and upward 15 L0 Jack three years old and under four 10 0 Jack two years old and under three 10 00 Jack o e year old oral under two 7 oo Jack colt undet one year old 7 to Jiulfes Samuel Hays of Fayette It It ft rooms of Clark Jus T Ware IJ C Bedford James McMiller Sweepstakes Jack of any age 20 00 Jennet of any ugc 20 00 Judges Joseph apos Graves f Fayette John F Payne of Scott John Hill John W Allison Noah Patterson of Har rison FOURTH DAY Horses for Saddle rim judge R R SIIKLTON it is believed the Democratic members General Grant has been invited to visit will prevent a quorum ninety six places on tho Fourth of July 1 apos aud is confidently expected at forty live JE5 quot The Commissioner ot Agriculture r c i The Agricultural Department has re has collated a mass of crop reports from all n 1 1 1 i ccived samples ot very superior cotton irowu iu California and thc Pacific Islands Paris June 20 I860 LOUISVILLE HOTEL MAIN STREET BET SIXTH amp SEVENTH LOUISVILLE KY senior proprietor of this popular estab lishinent in returning thanks to a public which has given them such generous patronage through a long series of years would respectfully Stallion four years old and upw ard 15 00 Stallion three years old and under four iu on Stallion two years old and under three 10 1 0 Stallion ouc year old and under two 7 00 Stallion colt under one year old 7 00 Mare four years old awl upwanl 15 no Mare three years old and under four 10 oo Mare two yea rs old u ml under three 10 0i Mare one year oltl uid under two 7 to Mare coir under one yearold 7 0 1 li 1 ii apos t apos w V II Kichtirrlson of Fiiyetli Win J Kwult Jose li Hedges B F Bedford Jr J M Batteilon Matched Horses amp c Pair of Matched Carriage Horses 10 to Pair of Matched Buggy Mares 10 CO Pairol Matched Buggy llorscs 10 00 Fair of Broke Jlules 10 ot REGULATIONS 5cC Any person may become a member of the Soci ty at anv 1 I time ten days before tln Fair hy the payment of d on ap plication to thc Treasurer W V Mitchell Pei so ns may l gt t come stockholder by payment of 33 33 on application to the President Brutus 1 Clay i 1 Some stalls for stock can be purchased at thc cost of apos construction Persons not members may make exhibitions by pay 5 at the time of entry Ail stock must be entered in thc name of the owner by 9 o apos clock of the day of exhibition at w hlch hour thc exhi bition will commence each day The gate of the amphitheater will be closed in ten min I utes after the call of thc Marshal for each class of stock t All articles must be entered and labeled before received by the guperint apos ndcuts of thc llall ami will remain uutltr their charge until the close of the Fair All farming implements must be exhibited by tlje maker only Gi rjlfn The President Vice Pres dents or one of the Director slut 11 attend each awarding committee in viewing the dif ferent classes of stock and articles No person other than the judges will be permitted to go into the ring where stock is exhibiting except the offi cers ofthe society and thc Marshals No person who is an exhibitor can Ret as judge in the ring in which he exhibits No stock will be permitted to enter the ring unless unde halter and in care of grooms cxcej t mules Exhibitors will place in thc hands quot f tlie groom a card containing the age of animals u idor apos four years old N lt animal will be permitted to enter but one class except in the sweepstakes and herd No person will be permitted to enter the ring to show his apos own stock and in violation of the title shall forfeit the premium except to drive and ride his horses If any person shall make known to the judges his nun 1 ersbip of stock or the pedigree thereof he shall not be cn 1 tied to a premium on said stock I No stallion nmre bull cow jack or Jennet four years old shall be permitted to compete for a premium unless it has proven Itself a breeder and all stock in these apos classes that have become arren nr impotent shall be excluded All long wool sheep must be sheared short and clean af ter thc 1st of April All animals of 4 years old and over having taken a Pre mium at that age in a Herd are excluded from the Herd AM animals of f ur vear lt old aud over having taken a pn ilium at that ag apos in the Swaps teaks arc sxcludel from the Swcepsieaks Horses shown in the Farm ring to be exhibited under the saddle or bridle No premium will be awarded to any aged animal that has taken the first premium as such at any Fair of his Society except in the herd No premium will be awarded to any animal or article where there is no competition unless thc judges shall deem su rh wortliv of it I Al n r D ituh Premiums will be paid in Greek Back 1 ut the close AllCl have Cng lgfd the services Ot ill It OK A I r f WHITE SAND RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY N E RIOBT Paris April 13 STAR COOKING RANGE amp CO S KNIFFIN June I tf REVtOlECTliREiriM J AMENDE BRO amp CO W Confectionery Business E wi h to rail the attention of the public to tlie fact that wc have resit nietl the n vmi iui 7 i 7 of each day s ex mbit ion All premiums must be called for within a month after thc Fair or tlicy will be forfeited to the Society PRICK OR ADMISSION V apos Offices will be open on the Railroad and Turnpike I formerly E very boil t partner of Mr John Gnailinjicr knows him and ot his ability in hi branch ofthe business As for Farter Fixings parts of the country and arrives at the conclusion that about seven tenths of an average crop of wheat may be counted up on JE 2 quot Gold closed in New York on V cd pesday last at 155 Dental Improvement remark that niter an expenditure of lllOl apos c tllilli Stallion of anytime D RS PECKOVER k DILLARD would in Thirty Thousand Dollars in the repair fnvm tli nitKlin tliat tl m I Ak a Any 1 1 1 quot UUgl Jl Alt ti om London Dr Richardson s instrument for Extracting Teclli without Pain form the pdblic that they have introduced nd renovation of their property they are now prepared to entertain the traveling or resident au lt guests n a style unsurpassed by any hotel iu thc West With a full consciousness ofthe respon si lt is perfectly safe as tlie patient if all the while hiiity assumed they have no hesitancy in soiicit r quot quot of the senses as the teeth and j ing the support of all who may be apos disposed to ire benumbed by the spray of Ether visit a liberally conducted house All the minor operations of surgery can be per June 22 66 M KEAN k CO formed by tlic ame agency without pain I Citizen copy to amount of 5 and send bill to I made by 10 o clock of the 1st day oftirc F ir June 22 bb thi 3 office Lex Obs S N Pike of Cincinnati has begun the erection cf his new opera house in New York on thc corner of Twenty third street in full possession of the senses as the teeth and and Eighth avenue It is expected to cost gums only five hundred thousand dollars aud to be t jc finest iu the country for lb sale of tickets B No money received at the Gates The charge for udwitfition to the groun lt lows Each person on foot Knch person on horse Double buggy and driver Single buggy and driver Each additional person I Carriage or barouche and driver Each additional person Omnibus per day Hack per day II r Tbe owner of each omnibus piired to pay 23 cents for each passenger carried intothv gro nml s 1 FT Members are requested to call upon the Trea tiibition on Monday the 3rd of September and entries must be surer for tlielr tickets before the Fair 1 itlu lt s W Fisher Thomas Nichols of Harrison B F Vanmeter of Chirk James McClelland J Smith Kenney Sweepstakes breed or age 20 00 or age 20 00 clysreK Alexander Brand of Fayette William Rob erta of Harrison Warren Viley of Woudfonl VV L Outlier of Clark William Skiuucr Boy 3 Hiding Ring Best rider under 14 years old 10 GO 33 Ultimo THE FAIR Industrial Hull will open for the reception of articles for ex The llall will be i o t en on tliat evening far thc adiuboiou of vi it gt rs B F It J tl AV Prcoidcnt ITLLE Vi Set rc t ii j Wc know we will not be equaled in the Sbtto Wc will make it our aim to please all and every 3 fo1 body and as to price we will be reasonable We 23 will lime on hand a fresh assortment of all kind 35 of J 1 Csmncfl Fruits o l ic Is Ill I so 3 Liisiu sinil 5 rtnfrs new and frosla 3 IJj Hoping to receive a liberal share of the public or hack will be re putrouage we will spare no pains to please all who may give us a call Wc will 312 ma fact lire all our own Candy AMENDE BRO LCO Paris Wav 11 GG tl 3 Fuversl Dis on he first Monthly in August IbGC for the following offi cers y j Clerk of tlie Court of Appeals Judge of the County Court Clerk of the County Coiirt County Attorney Sheriff Jailor Surveyor Coroner In thc Clinton villo niul North Middletown Dis trictsfa Constnble will jdso be to elect A L THOMSON Sheriff B O Jiinc8 tc Torrcy s Arctic Freezers AND MASS Id l US ICE CREAM FREEZERS ALL SIZES ALt Iviiiiltn Co s June 8 2iv Wool Wool FRIDAY MORNING JUNE 20 18CC W H ALLEN MAIN STREET Opposite Griffith apos s Hotel JHE WESTERN CITIZEN NEW GROCERY REDMON amp BRO GREAT REDUCTION NAILS NAILS 100 KEGS Attention 1 armtusi JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM NEW YORK W FIT II I AN J H HtTOHCRAFT LUMBER LUMBER V FIT II I A amp CO Womans Love What I most prize in woman Is her affection not intellect Compare me with the great men of earth What am I Why a pigmy among giants 1 lint if thou Invest mark I say lovest The greatest of thy sex excels thee not 1 The world of affection is thy world Not that of mau s ambition In that stillness Which most becomes a woman calm and holy Thun sitte tbv the fireside of t he heart Feeding the lame The clement of fire Is pure It cannot change its nature lint burns as brightly in a gipsy camp As in a palace hall Longfellow A Pretty Tliouglit The nigh is mother of the day The winter of l he spring And ever upon old decay The greenest mosses cling Behind the cloud the starlight lurks Through showers the sunbeams fall l apos or Coil who lovetli all his works lias left his hope with all A Oem It is not much the world can give With all its subtle art And gold alone is not the thing To satisfy the heart But oh il those who cluster round The altar and the hearth Have gentle words and loving ways How beautiful is earth 1 A Talc ofc Woe I clasped her tinny hand in mine I clasped her beauteous form I vowed to shield her from the wind And front the world s cold storm She t h r beauteous eyes on me The tears did wildly flow A nd with her little lips site said Confcuu 1 you let me go 1 WIT AND HUMOR You labor too hard on your composi tion dostor said a flippant clergyman to a venerable divine I write a sermon in three hours and think nothing of it quot So do your congregation quoth the doctor A love lorn swain broke a wish bone with his heart apos s queen quot somewhere in New Hampshire Neow what apos d you wish Sally apos demanded Jonathan with a tender grin of expectation I wished 1 was haudsum replied the fair damsel quot handsuin as Queen Victory Jerusa lem what a wish replied Jonathan when you apos re handsuin miff neow Rut What WC Ilieail aild Wliat 1 II tell you what 1 wished Sally I wisl ed you was locked up in my arms and tl c key was lost Some people maintain that a lawyer s position is doubly perilous because lie often has other people s deeds to ac count for as well as his own Milton was asked How is it that in some countries a king is allowed to take his place on the throne at fourteen years of age but may not marry until he is One of the largest W OUT D most respectfully inform the Citi 1 stents of Paris that lie has purchased the Establishment formerly kept by NY II Hill on Main street opposite the Griffith Hotel and will always keep on hand A Cirnrrnl Assoi lincnl OF THE BEST FAMILY GROCERIES Ami deals in FRESH COVE AND Spiced Oysters FISH Canned Fruit of all kinds Preserves Pickles Simliiies Froli Pine Apple Sai cs Catsups Dried Apples Dried Peaches Dried Beef Hamburg Cheese Coal Oil Queeiisware Glass ware Coal Oil Lamps CHOICE TEAS TOBACCO CIGARS PIPES amp C and most merits of complete assort Attention Farmers LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST and call on the Firm J Foreign amp American Old Established OF ASSORTED NAILS At Reduced Prices JUST RECEIVED PUODUGE amp COMMISSION x H ne quot apos 0 quot cdh quot vinsWed r 0 A N D apos STAPLE 8 FANCY DRY GOODS Notions Embroideries Luces Hosiery amp c Ever offered in Fans in tlie Dry Goods line would call particular attention of the ladies have a full line of 7IIERE you will find the largest and cheap est aud best stock of And everything that is usually kept in a First Class Grocery Give him a c ill and examine his stock P ris April 27 1866 tf we don t mean w in selling flour at the PARIS 7 E mean MILLS on our usual SIX MONTHS Timr l That wc expect prompt paymentat the expire Ion of the time We do not mean to sell on six months time and then wait an Indefinite time hereafter for pay went and then not get it We wish most res I pectfully to say to all and such customers that this arrangement mny suit them very beautifully eighteen Because said the poet it but it docs not suit us by any means It may is easier to govei u a kingdom than a wo be fun for the boys but death on the Frogs man C i We hope this gentle hint may induce persons knowing themselves indebted to the Paris Mill I for I lorn got in times gone by to come forward I and square up old scores WILLIAM SHAW March IC T G tf Arc you a Christian Indian quot asked a benevolent gentleman of one of the Chip pewa tiibc No sir quot was the answer 1 whisky Ingcn Say nothing do nothing which a good mother would not approve and you arc on the certain road to happiness Sir you have broken your promise quot said one gentleman to another Oh never mind I can make another just as good Good blood will always show itself as the old lady said when she was struck by the redness of her nose Why is the leader of an ochestra at the opera the most wonderful man of the age Because lie beats Time KENTUCKY SADDLERY We We BOURBON FARM HARNESS FOli SALE A genuine Jonathan lately took a ride with liis girl and stopped at a store for a glass of gin with molasses It was pre pared and swallowed at one draught then turning to her said Sal that was durn cd good why dou t you buy some for yourself My dear friends said a returned mis sionary at one of the latcanniversary meet ings Ictus avoid sectarian bitterness The inhabitants of Iliudostan where 1 have been laboring for many years have apos a proverb that though you bathe a dog s 1 tail in oil and bind it in splints you can apos not get the crook out of it Now a man apos s j sectarian bias is simply the crook in the dog apos s tail which cannot be eradicated and I hold that every one should be allowed to war his own peculiarity in peace It is stated that Prince Humbert son of Victor Emanuel was recently offered the command of a corps of the Italian army and declined it If I command a corps he said and am defeated people will say this comes of giving important commands to inexperienced princes If I am victo rious my chief of staff will get all the credit 1 prefer commanding a division and doing what I am ordered About ono year ago a Detroit business man visited New York city and while there ordered a halfadoxcn cartes tie visile of himself which he distributed among his friends in that city A few days ago lie was surprised to find oue of these coun terfeit resemblances in possession of the family cook An investigation into the matter disclosed the fact that she had re ceived it from a fortune teller in New York city who advertised to forward a correct likeness of any young lady apos s future hus band all for the sum of fifty cents which amount the cook had remitted according to the advertisement and received her employer s likeness in return Delays are dangerous A train in time saves nine There is no place like home the difficulty is to get there Do not hol loo till you are safe A railway train is the thief of time The great charm of a railroad accident is no matter how many arc killed and mangled no blame is at tached to anybody A grinder came along with his machine inquiring Any knives or scissors to grind Don t think we have replied a young gentleman facetiously but can t you sharpen wits Yes if you apos ve got any was the prompt response Old Stand The gentleman Who borrowed an oyster House Paris Ky knife to open an account at a banker s with is anxious to meet with a patent cork screw to draw a cheek LAVE A FULL AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF PLOW HARNESS HAMES OF THE BEST PATTERN AND MATERIAL CHAINS OF The Most Celebrated Brands OF And all other articles in my line for sale at Reasonable Prices SILK AND WORSTED GRENAD1 1STFS He rages Silks POPLINS FOULARDES Foularde De Poult De Soic MOZAMBIQUES Cotton Cloth All Wool DELAINES One of the finest selection apos s of O Gr A UNTIDI IE S ENGLISH AND FRENCH GERMAN AND AMERICAN W H WAINRIGHT amp CO YV HARNESS amp SADDLERY Ever ottered in Paris at greatly reduced prices We call particular attention to our large and su perior stock of Plow Harness SUCH AS Collars in great variety and prices MERCHANTS PARIS KV Agents for Ohio River Salt Company i unship in the LUMBER co pail BUSINESS Respectfully inform the public that a ill keep constantly on hand l apos or sale all kinds of AND FOR SALE BY FORD amp TAYLOR Main Street Oi gt j gt o i lt apos ISnnu Koiv PARIS KENTUCKY WOODEN WARE V LARGE and varied assortment of the best Wooden Ware just quot received from the manufactories and tor sale at very low figures by FORD ic TAKLOR coal coal Rough amp Dressed Lumber IX 7 E have on band and for sale a good lot of VV Youghioghcny Coal SHINGLES W F amp CO COUNTRY PRODUCE BOOBING SASH BUND 11 allies of all kinds and prices Trace Chains of the very brand Chains of at low prices best yy H will pay the highest market wire cash DOORS LATHS CATE LUMBER Wcatltcr goanling amp c ALPACCAS Blind Bridles A very large assortment at low prices A large stock of Hack Baniis of all widths at low prices all of which wc war rant to give satisfaction or they can be returned and the money refunded Wc also invite attention to our large and su perior stock of Saddles SADDLES in great variety MEXICAN and MIN amp FIGURFD PERCALE Carriage and Buggy Harness In great variety In our WHITE GOODS LINE Wc can show one of the most complete assort 1 ever offered in the market comprising every v riety and quality Ladies wanting IlOOP SKIRTS Will please call and see the new trail for JSGG I The BOULEVARD a full line of Embroidered Skirts Hair Rolls Frizzees amp c amp c And to the Gentlemen wc will only ask a call if they want CLOTHS CASSIMERES Vestings Gloves Gray s Moulded Paper Collars Made Shirts Shirt Fronts Hand kerchiefs Cravats amp c Paris March lG tf apos rom he very plainest to the very finest in great I variety which will he sold at low prices As we li 1 ve spared no trouble or expense in sc curing workmen that are inferior to none wc will warrant all our work We have a large assortment of Horse Covers j SADDLE BLANKETS from the finest Felt Blanket down IliiggY lilankcl ami lSug gt Of all kinds W II TPS BRIDLE BITTS SPURS STIR UPS CURRYCOMBS HORSE BOOTS CARDS BRUSHES MAIN COMBS WROUGHT BITTS Warranted by returning the money if they prove not to be such EEPAIRINCr Done with neatness and despatch CASH FOR HIDES SHEEP SKINS FURS AND RAGS W H WAINRIGHT amp CO Paris March 2 1 SGG Patent Step Ladders iy DOZ Balsley s Patent Step Ladders as JL sorted sizes ust received and for sale hv FORD k TAYLOR FISHING TACKLE gt DOZ Bamboo Fishing Rods e I doz Jointed do do 1 Fine do Reels r gt do Corks 10 1 bunches do Lines 5 000 assorted do Hooks Just received and for sale by FORD A TAYLOR for all kinds of Country Produce apos W F A CO Wanted to buy for Cash 1 000 HIDES 100 000 LBS OF WOOL yard NEAR FREIGHT DEPOT 10 000 BUSH OF POTATOES 10 OOObusli Blue Grass Seed Please call and examine our slock chasing elsewhere I ofor 100 000 LBS OF RAGS 1 000 Iks OF SHIES WAX T OOO DOZ EGGS March 10 18G5 II I II IIIAN A CO INSURE YOUR PROPERTY c BRENT amp SON HAVE FOR SALE TIIF COMPANIES I REPRESENT HAVE 20 000 000 FAMILY To Secure Your Property Against AN EXTRA BRAND OF FLOUR Guaranteed to give satisfaction Chinese Hemp Seed Clover Seed Loss or Damage by Fire I CAN FURNISH YOU WITH Will purchase Wheat Rye Oats Barley and the product of he Hog Jan 26th 18G6 IRON amp HARDWARE Superior Quality and Shape SADDLES That Nonk can Object to CARRIAGE AND BUGGY HARNESS INFERIOR TO NONE WHIPS BITTS BLANKETS SPURS That will never need renewal H M RUCKER Agcn t Par is Dec 15 tf 3 M3 i JACKS FOR SALE r M I E subscriber has three No 1 Jacks for sale JL No one man in Kentucky has three better ones Call and see them belore purchasing else where IL E VARNON Feb P tf NEW BOOT amp SHOE STORE 1 R the undersigned have just opened a in T Boot k Shoo Store in the Paris Hotel Building Main Street Parts Ky Ilavingjust replenished my stock of IKON 1UIIUWAKE Wagon amp Plow Material CD am prepared to suit my customers in any thing in my line at LOW lMt ICRS FOR C AJFFF Such as BAR IRON OF ALL KINDS Horse Shoe Iron Mule Shoe Iron Round and Square Iron Nail Rod Horse Shoes Mule Shoes Horse Shoe Nails Mule Shoe Nails CASH PAID FOB HIDES SHEEP SKINS FURS amp C opposite the Bourbon V A DICKEY February 2 gt 18 gt G Woman never stooil higher than than they do now Look t their heels Nothingcan be great which is not right Nothing which reason condemns can he suitable to the dignity of the human mind LEGAL NOTICE rpilIE undersigned foreware all persons from L fishing in his Pond as he is deterniincd apos to put the law in force against all such offenders JOHN L HICKMAN April 20 11 66 We are now receiving and will keep on hand a full and well assorted stock embracing Ladies Carriafie Bolts Gents Misses Boys and Childrens Boots ShoeSj cfc Gaiters I Of every description which we are prepared to sell not quot at cost but at reasonable figures SVc would respectfully ask those wishing any thing in our line to give us a call and examine our goods before purchasing elsewhere Great care was ta ken in the selection of our stock with the view of satisfying purchasers Respectfully II C CLAY L T SCOTT Paris Fell 23 1SGG Lovers ol apos Hard Butter and Sweet Xlilk We are Now Prepare to Sell Sehooley s Patent REFRIGERATO R S OF all Sizes At Cincinnati Prices FORD amp TAYLOR April lij tf lt gt CUTLERY S PLENDID assortments of Rogers and tcnholms Pocket Cutlery and Russell LamsoiPs Tabic Cutlery for sale by apos FORD k TAYLOR Wos md G TIN WARE G ENERAL assortment of Tinware for sale cheap by FORD amp TAYLOR n jSTBW 7 1 ill A T Next door to the Northern Bank VV HERE everything good to eat ami ilriuk before you uy Paris Dec 1SG5 JAMES SHORT I7TEIIMS CAMI i TAYLOR k STUART Dec P ft MUSIC AND VAHiZIY CTORK At V Boos old stand A 7E the undersigned take pfenaura apos V forming the people of Paris and surround ing country that we have opened in Mr V ltoos old stand a MUSICS VARIETY STORE We will always kccp n hand a fine lot of Jl iaBios Guitars Violins Flutes Strings and trie newest and niu t favorite pieces and songs of BOOT amp SHOE HOUSE SHEET Wc will also keep MUSIC and well selected GARDEN TOOLS of Garden V GENERAL assortment and Implements including G dozen Spading Forks 4 dozen Rowland s Spades 5 dozen Handled Hoes 10 dozen Planters Hoes G dozen Rakes 2 dozen Wheel harrows Ac For sale by F apos RD A TAYLOR Tools r pHE undersigned would respectfully inform L tile citizens of Paris and the public gener ally that they have formed a partnership undei the firm name of HANEY amp GAPER the purpose of dealing in and manuafac For of dealing taring L Building Hardware T apos ARMERS Mechadics and House Builders I should all icmcmber that Ford A Taylor keep constantly on hand a large assortment of Building Hardware and Tools Of all dimls which they arc offering for sale at as low figures as they can be bought at in Cincin nati FORD amp TAYLOR MArch 2 3 66 IJOTJltBOlsr MARBLE WORKS Cor liiiin A Locust Sts IRAKIS ICY HILL amp HOLT DE ALE ICS IN FOREIGN AND AMERICAN MARBLE MONUMENTS Tombs Tablets Vaults Mantles Furni ture Tops Flower Vases Foun tains amp t fee May 5 1 8G5 tf BOOTS Shoes Gaiters amp c Their Shop is at the old stand of John Gaper next door to MeClintock amp Davis Grocery in ain pa it in ky a new iorgo and well UNDERTAKING I il W P A NEW III apos AKSi AND Kiri T 1 on hand a large assortment of JRlctntic iguml fariulc And PLAIN CASES of all sizes suitable for tlu smallest infant or the largest grow n person They arc now opening selected stock of Ladies Gents and Children BOOTS AND SHOES Of Every Description To which they calls the especial attention of buy er with the full belief that they can furnish a good an article at as low rates as any house in Ken Lucky Mr GAPER will attend specially to the maim factoring department and w ill MAKE TO ORDER All kinds of w ork for Gents or Ladies apos w ear of the very best material and w orkmanship Examine their stock and prices before purchas mg elsewhere Terms strictly cash PETER HANEY JOHN GAPER Sept 1865 The True Kentuckian A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Established at Paris Ky by hr Democrats and Conservative J G CRADDOCK Editor With several able assistants Terms 2 per year in advance or at the enrli est convenience of the subscriber Besides boldly advocating the political opinions held by the peo ple of this scctMin it gives a weekly record of the local news of Bourbon and adjoining counties Specimen numbers sent free hv addressing J G CRADDOCK April 13 tf a choice stock of v tm 9 And all other sorts of VARIETIES amp NOTIONS In fact you shall find most every little thing here from a pin or little toy to Stieff Grand Piano As to prices the public may test assured we w ill sell as low as the low est One of the firm PROF AMENDE who lias apos rent experience in Piano Music will pay partic ular attention to Tuning Pianos The Silversnsithing business w ill still be car ried on in the same building by an experienced workman for Mrs Muth As wc have discontinued the sale of Ale and all other drinks Ladies need not hesitate to visit the new establishment of AMENDE k BROTHER At Mr Boos old stand two doors above Mr Shakspeare Drug Store Parts Sept 1 1865 tf S K TIPTON amp CO MERCHANT TAILORS Paris Ilofrl Biiildiug P ai Kentucky LARGE STOCK Gents Furnishing Goods Just received and for sale at Greatly Ketluccd Prices At the nhavc named place to which wc respect fully solicit the patronage which in times past has been so liberally given to the senior member and pledge ourselves to merit the same by making the best w ork and promptly attending to all orders for Goods with which we may be favored The Catling apos Jlrpartiiient Of our establishment is in charge of a veteran Cutter Mr SAMUEL E TIPTON who has been in the business for 20 years The experience and know n capability of Mr T is enough to as sure our friends that all work ordered at our Store will be up in the highest style of the Tai lor s art A select stock of CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING Ami lt choice line of Gentlemens Furnishing Goods alwaTS on hand SAMUEL E TIPTON i CO Dec 22 1SG5 INSURANCE AGENCY a The William Garth Educational Fund S Executor of the Will of Wm Garth dcc W OF TUB SLABS WINGS SHOVEL MOLES Bahbett metal Plow Steel of all kinds kc kc 1 have also a superior lot of Wagon and Plow Material Such as Wagon Hubs Spokes and Fellers Plow Handles Ox Bows CORN SHELLERS And a general assortment Coarse Hardware In fact the public may expect to find in my store such articles as is kept in an establishment of this kind I expect to supply the wants of the com muni tv in my line and merit its patronage by the manner of conducting my business I expect to sell so as to justify persons to buy from me TEKK1S STRICTLY CASH H F LOGAN February 23rd I860 WHEAT VVHEAfU apos W A 3NTTEID A I ALSO KEEP READY MADE WOODEN COFFINS Of all sizes from the finest to the commonest Nc gro Collin I will give my PERSONAL ATTENTION To this branch of business hoping my efforts to please wi jncrit a fair share of public patronage I solicit the same He may be found at his Nc v Ware Rooms lt Main Street opposite the Post Ollice JOHN T HINTON ATTENTION FARMERS AND ALL WHO HAVE Ilidt K Sheep Skin ISai or any kind of Fill apos for sale And be sure and take them to W H WAINRIGT Sc CO Who w ill give you the very highest market price in cash for them As we have been in the busi liucrj iool loiiitonSiiritiranff convc isr ASSETS 10 000 000 OF NEW YORK Assets Nearly s 1 000 000 Morris Insurance Company Authorized Cpital 5 000 000 ASSETS 885 000 M Samuel Judge of the Bourbon County Court coade a full and final settlement of my accounts I tint there is in inv hands the sum of FORTY TWO THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED AND TWELVE DOLLARS and TWENTY SIX CENTS Now be it known that if in one year from this time the citizens of Bourbon Count v w ill secure by good subscriptions the sum of hundred thousand dollars to be paid at able time to be appropriated to the endowment of a College to be located at Paris Bourbon coun ty Kentucky then 1 will immediately pay over to those who may be appointed Trustees of the College the aforementioned sum of Forty two Thousand Six Hundred aud Twelve Dollars and Twenty Six Cents to be applied by said Trustees to the endowment of a Professorship of Mathe matics in said College JOHN LUCAS Executor of Wm Garth dec d Mar 0 1866 mar 9 ly REMOVAL CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY V s S agent of these old and well known Com panies I am prepared to Insure Dwellings apos Stores Barns Stables Mills Distilleries Facto ness lor a number ol years in Paris we will only ries and Shops against loss or damage by fire apos 1 apos apos apos apos and issue Policies oil reasonable terms T refer you to those with w hom wc have had deal ings and they will testify that we have al ways given the lli hcst Tlarkel Price And correct weights We are still in the business so bring along your DRY AND GREEN HIDES Sheep Skins Rags and all kinds of Furs and get the greenbacks for them V H WAINRIGHT amp CO March 2 1866 tf I Os Y puuill kllilt 1410 I promptly settled Office nt the Deposit Bank o apos apos apos ment to the buildings DANIELS amp HOLLIDAY V170ULD RF S PECTFULLY INFORM THE public that they have removed their estab Paris November 10 1805 RUCK ER Ag t REWARD 50 OTRAYED or stolen from the subscriber live lO ing six miles from Paris on the Jacksonvill ltoad on the night of the 27 h of last month A DARK BAY HORSE about 16 hands high 16 or 11 years old heavy made in good order without any marks except of the Harness shod all around I will give 50 for his delivery to me Any information respec ting him will bo thankfully received G W DAVIS lINDERT AKER K EE PS CONSTANTLY the best quality ON On JHuin Street Puri Ky on the corner of Main and Gcorgetow nytrccts op posit e the upper Livery Stable where they y iu i prepared to carry on the business in all itsftKaj ies They will make to order CARRIAGES BUGGIES ETC V H MORRIS March apos FEW THOUSAND BUSHELS OF GOOD White and Red old and new Wheat for I which the hi chest market price will be given W SHAW Dec 29 1 8G5 tf NOTICE PERSONS indebted to the late firm of Smcd ly k Bro arc c immediately Fcl 2 tf I 1 cted to call and settle PUMPS HAVE constantly on hand Tof sale a cele brated WOODEN PUMP Warranted not to taste the water and render satisfaction the cheapest and best piimo made II F LOGAN Feb 23 li GC grtctulic gnrial tekets PLAIN BURIAL CASES AND WOODEN COFFINS Has also a fine HEARSE to nUcpd fyneruls Charges moderately geo w DAVIS April 17 1863 Take Warning Hunters W E hereby warn any person from hunting on our place pulling down fences kc except by regular passwa s II D AYRES JOHN REYNOLDS Mav 11 66 if THEY WILL GIVE ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO JR K I li 1 NT G which will be done in the best and most durable manner They arc regular and experienced woik men in the business and hope by piompt atten IIANDS OF tio l5 d faithful workmanship to merit a liberal share of public patronage Paris Ky Oct 2 Jb63 tf IevekqbeensT jVIk sale at the Paris Nursery a large anil beautiful lot iff Evcrg eens of various kinds Also fruit trees vhich I will sell low few leash 4V A BACON March 2 I 8 GG F F HORSE TRAINING AgGM long experience and constant practice ip breaking gating and doctoring horses I can confidently offer my services to the puhlie as a proficient and cap promise entire satisfactio ns tar ns skill aud experience eould guarante Having determined to devote my undivided a tention to this business I crave a public pt With much respect NTKVEX JACKSON Paris Fell 23 lc apos GG ly 

Western citizen (Paris, Ky.), 1866-06-29

4 pages, edition 01

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   Bourbon County (The Bluegrass Region)