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VOL. H. PARIS, BOTJRBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY. OCTOBER 23. 1883. NO. 173,
Our passenger depot has been fitted out
with gas fixtures.
Fifty citizens of Pulaski- county recently
removed to Texas.
"Sarah Bernhart" is in jail at Flemings-burg
The scarlet fever is raging in an epidemic
form in Ripley, Ohio.
Draper's Uncle Tom's Cabin Combination
at our Opera House the 30th.
A siiiVER coin, 176 years old, was plowed
up recently in Boone county.
Prof. Yerkes opened school in his now
school-house on Mt. Airy, yesterday.
There's a real live dude learning tho barber's
trade at Henry Damn's. Call and see
James Creighton has been held without
bail for murdering Marshal "Wilson at Sadie-ville.
Brxii Snowien, pension agent of Clark
county, has been arrested for swindling the
The old jail at Mt. Sterling is being converted
into a public library, city hall and
The Baptist oyster supper which was to
have taken place hero yesterday, was postponed
J. A. LYiiE & Co. have rented the Ficklen
storeroom, and will move in their stock of
drugs in a day or two.
At Newport a negro baby was drowned in
a tub of soapsuds which its mother was
using in washing clothes.
Partridges are selling here at 25 cents
apiece in tho hand, or one half for the other
in the bush by the ilock.
BussEi.li Scott, a fifteen-year-old boy, has
mysteriously disappeared from his home at
"Weston, Nicholas county.
A MaysviIiIe sow stole a basket of fish
from Johnnie "Wheeler last week, and the
Bulletin is proportionately happy.
Our own. little Bronston made tho best
speech Saturday which has probably ever
been made in our new Court-house.
"Ras" Cuxmins has been sent up for 99
years, by the Bracken Circuit Court, for the
murder of "Wm. Meyer, at Fairview.
Tom Bashford's old case of the diamond
ring has been filed away tho commonwealth
having failed to make a case.
Eli M. Kennedy sold his residence in
which Dr. Buck now resides, at public salo
Saturday, to Mrs. Crosthwait, for 83,054.
Rev. Jos. M. Evans, of the Southern Presbyterian
church, has closed a series of meetings
at Franklin, with eighty-two additions.
This is the way our devil spells postoffico :
p-o po, sto, f a couple o' times, and then
he hands you a piece of ice and calls it post-office.
No new cases of scarlet fever have been reported
in Flemingsburg for over a week,
and it is hoped the scourge has run its
Friday night a train on the K. C. killed at
fine Bates bred short-horn cow, valued at
$700, f or Dr. "Wm. Konuey, on his farm noar
Two boys had a grape eating contest in
Richmond a few days since. One boy ate
four and a half pounds and the other five
and a half pounds.
The turnip crop in this precinct never
was better. The average growth appears to
be about tho size of a saucer in width, with
the proportionate thickness.
Mr. M. B. LoveIiI., the vegetarian, left a
this office six sweet potatoes of the Brazilian
species which made a half peck. Theyaie
the finest yet seen in this market.
Some of the darkies are complaining hero
now that the Supreme Court has busted the
Civil Rights Bill, and that they will no
longer be allowed to ride in the cars.
J. "W. Poe, living near Midway, has a
duck which has made its nest in a fork
of a tree fifty feet high, to which sho flies
regularly, depositing an egg every day.
At Richmond, Tom Locks was careless in
handling a pistol and it exploded, the ball
stricking him in tho mouth, ranging upward,
and putting out one of his eyes.
The public salo of Leonidas Leaven's land
postponed from last Saturday
near Kiser's, was
until next Friday, at which time it
will bo sold in this city. Salo at 10 a. m.
A Newport watch which is 200 years old,
weighs eleven ounces, says an exchange.
That's nothing. Polk Forsyth, of this city,
has one only two years old which weighs
Frank D. Thompson und James T. Ten-well
attempted to assassinate editor
Tenwell will die
ney, of Flemingsburg.
and Thompson has a bullet-hole through
his right lung.
Mason County land-buyers are getting
thick in this county. All who are not subscribers,
come to this office to examine the
columns of the News to see the advertisements
of farms forsale.
ZaohThomason, while hunting on Elk-horn,
killed four wild geese and crippled
the fifth at one shot. The second shot settled
the fifth. The five composed the flock,
else he would probably killed more.
Dr. Henderson, of the M. E. Church,
South, will begin a series of meetings, at
Maysville, the first Sunday in November.
He will be assisted by his son, Rev. Harry
Henderson, who is widely known as the
Tom Cain grabbed hold of the wiro hoisting
rope at Isgrigg's lead mine, and by accident,
lost his footing and descended down
the shaf distance of 75 feet as quck as
lightning. He sustained a severe
but no serious damage.
Hooker Stivers, for the murder of Burt
Soully, got a sentence of ten years' imprisonment
in the penitentiary, through a trial by
a Jury of his peers, on Saturday. Tho simple
story of the killing, substantiated by
"competent" and "incompetent'1 evidence,
is as follows :
One year ago, Sherman Stivers shot down
several turkeys belonging to Mi;s. Qilroy, (a
sister to Burt Scully), before her eyes and
called her a d d theiving b h from Lexington,
because hr turkeys had been trespassing.
Jim Qilroy, a smaller young man than
the Stivers boys, did not feel able to resent
the insult given to his mother, because the
Stivers boys were both larger and stronger
than himself. He wrote to his uncle Burt
(thon in Memphis,) about the outrageous
Insult, and two weeks later Scully returned
home. Himself and youncr Gilrov wnw
coming to town, and mot Sherman Stivers
and three sisters and a youngor brother In a
wagon on the piko coming from school.
Sherman Stivers was handled rudely by be
ing forced from the wagon, and being too
stubborn to apologize for his rudo conduct
toward Mrs. Gilroy, was knocked down at a
single blow by Scully. Gilroy drew back a
club to strike him when ho arose, but Scully
made him desist, remarking, "You shall not
hit him I'm sorry that I struck him."
Sherman and his brother and sisters were
then allowed to proceed in peace Sherman
went home and told his older brother Hooker
about his treatment by Gilroy and Scully.
Filled w ith rage and revenge, Hooker swore
that he would kill Scully before he slept.
He fired off his shotgun, cut large slugs of
lead and loaded it afresh. He then gave his
hired man orders about the work of the
morrow, and also gave him permission to
"come down and see him while in town,
provided he did not feet back." Taking a
colored man In his buggy as a witness of the
diabolical deed to be committed, he drove in
hot haste to town. Ho halted In front of
Scully, who was sitting in his busrgy in front
of Dan Roche's grocery In the dusk of the
evening, and called out:"Oh, Scully, Iwant tjO
seo you !" Scully got out of his buggy with
an old broken shotgun at a "trail arms" in
his hand, and perhaps had a pistol in his
hip pocket, and walked around the head of
Stivers' horse to look up in tho buggy to seo
who it was who wanted him, and Stivers
raised his gun from under his oil cloth and
without another word blew a third of his
head off. Scully knew not Stivers even
in daylight, and died, of course, not knowing
who killed him. His gun was found by
his side, and it was proven that a pistol was
found lying on the inside of his coat. Stivers
was taken to .jail, and the assistant
jailor asked him who he had killed. He replied:
"Burt Scully, I reckon he's the man
I was after."
This is the simple story in a nut shell,
ungarnished by that devil of devils politics.
Here's the real germ of the strife that grew
the frEit of murder. The Stivers family
were Republicans of an uncompromising
nature, and Scully was a Democrat of the
old school. There's no shadow of a doubt
but what the difference of politics engendered
the strife from the beginning to the
end. At the shooting, political differences
forced tho witnesses to see the crime in a
different light. Some saw things that others
did not, and some heard things that others
did not. And so the two political parties
have viewed the tragedy from first to last
with but rare exceptions.
The jury which tried the case was accepted
from a largo venire composed of both political
parties. It was mostly Democratic. It
has rendered a verdict which is largely at
Tarianco to tho extremes of both parties.
The extremists on one side wanted the prisoner
acquitted; those on the other wanted
him hanged. The jury was composed of the
best of men without regard to politics, and
was more than an average one so far as good
and thinking men are concerned whose
hearts were on tho side of mercy, rendered a
mercy verdict and met tho .antagonists of
the two parties just about half way in
their rendering consequently, the masses
of the people are very well satisfied with It,
and certainly under the circumstances, the
prisoner ought to be satisfied with the rulings
and sentiment of the majority.
Circuit Court Proceedings.
Argument in the Stivers case concluded
at six o'clock Saturday afternoon, and at 8
the jury returned a verdict of voluntary
manslaughter, and fixed the punishment at
ten years' confinement in the penitentiary.
The prisoner heard tho reading of 'the
with that stoical indifference with
which an iron or stone man would, without
the twitching of a muscle or the batting of
an eye. Such has been his entire prison
life cool, calm and indifferent. The jury
voted by ballot in rendering their decision,
and it stood four for murder and eight for
manslaughter on the first ballot, after which
a compromise was effected on manslaughter
and an average made on the figures for the
term of years for confinement. A prominent
juror said that had a mere suggestion been
made to that effect, 21 years would have been
given without a word of controversy. Also,
that the great plea-for-mercy and Southern
chivalry chaff Bpeech of the Hon. Dan
made no effect on the jury, and that the
words: "Had I been in Stivers' place, I
would have done exactly as he did," had the
effect of souring the jury against all that he
had said before that was anyway effective at
The Grand Jury adjourned Saturday until
"Wednesday, and during it's sitting only returned
three indictments all for grand larceny.
They are against Green Parks, Alice
Jones and Wooodsen Anderson.
In Court yesterday morning John Moore-land
was convicted for carrying concealed
weapons, and was fined 825 and sent to jail
for ten days.
The case of Joe Redmon for killing "Wm.
Socrest, was called yesterday and put off
until the January term, on -motion of the de
fense, on account of absent witnesses and
the sickness of attorney Chas. Offutt.
Aioi new subscribers who will come in and
pay $2 cash in advance, can have the News
from now until January 1st 1885, and we'll
give them a book worth a dollar besides.
Remember, you get the paper twice a week
for over fourteen months. Also, remember
that we will take no new subscribers under
any consideration unless they comply strictly
with our published in , advance
We are sorely tired of dunning human
beings like they wero dogs-all to no
Harvey Hibler is down with malarial fever..
Charlie Offutt is confined to his bed with
a severe cold.
-Sam Hawk serves quail on toast, at his
Col. Craddock is making his second trip"
in this month, to St. Louis.
Mrs. Dr. A. G. Stitt left, this place Sunday,
for her home in Texas.
Capt. Alex Grant and family will leave
for their homo in Florida, Thursday.
Bill Hereditary is studying law at Mt.
Olivet. He has a sweetheart in this precinct.
Ossian Edwards and wife left for the
Louisville Exposition, yesterday afternoon.
The Rev. R. B. Garrett's relatives didn't
want him to marry, but he married Anna
As a result of wearing tight boots Geo.
Thompson, of Paducah, has suffered amputation
of a foot.
John R. Swiney has just returned from a
big swing around the circle having taken
in many points of interest.
Bob Smith left Lexington Sunday for
Newport, to be permanent reporter of that
place for the Evening JPost.
Miss- Lulu Hord, of Milwood, Mason
county, will attend college at North Middle-town,
the first of November.
Lot Young has rented the Charlie Garrett
residence on Mt. AirjT, and will move into
this city about the first of November.
James D. George, of Lexington, who has
been quite ill with typhoid fever at St.
Joseph's Hospital, died Sundaj' night.
A young man named Ashton, had a
prize fight with a cow last week, and tho
cow knocked him out in the first round.
Gov. Knott left Frankfort Sunday for
"Washington City to look after the State's
interest in the distribution of public money.
Polk Forsyth, Billy Remington and
Squire Daniels left yesterday for Stanford,
to attend the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows as
Butler McClannahan, of Farmers, passed
through-here for a visit to his old home in
Nicholas Friday. His fists arc still as largo
as canvassed hams.
Senator Jas. B. Beck and Judge Kinkead,
of Lexington, are the guests of Ex-Governor
MaGoffin, at Harrodsburg, and are enjoying
a protracted bird hunt.
A man may not want to buy the cat, but
when he runs it out of the pantry he becomes
a purr-chaser. Commercial Traveler.
That may be true, but in many instances
he becomes a Thomas hustler.
The Rev. R. B. Garrett, of Carlisle, who
held J. Wilkes Boothc's head in his lap in
his dying moments at his father's home in
Virginia, is now doing better. He's married.
A Kentuckian who got fined twenty dollars
for fighting in Iowa,paid it,but remarked
as he walked away grumbling, that "he intended
to go back to Kentucky, where ho
could fight in peace."
Joe Emmett, tho drunken actor, is too
poor to help a sister in Louisville to the necessities
of life, yet ho is not too poor to erect
a 55,000 monument to tho memory of a S2,5Q0
A Lexington lady's foot got fastened between
the bars of a collar grating last Friday,
and it was with difficulty that it was
pulled out. That lady's foot would be worth
a pronilum in Chicago.
There are so many weddings taking place
in tho bluegrass district, that an entire Florida
orange grove will be necessary to furnish
the blossoms. Only the poor use geranium
and buckeye blossoms.
In Henry county, Charlie Doroney is reported
to have killed thirty-one snakes of
the spread-head viper species within a radius
of thirty feet. Goodness, what mean
whiskey Charlie must have drank I
The treatrical attractions in Cincinnati
this week will be John T. Raymond at the
Grand; "Her Second Love," at Havlin's;
"Fun on the Bristol," at Robinson's; "My
Partner," at the Coliseum, and Daveno's
Allied Attractions, atHeuck's. Mrs. Charles
F. Stratton, widow of the lato Tom Thumb,
can be found at Harris' Museum.
Jesse Lovely and "W. II. Butterworth, a
couple of tidy ones with Ford, Eaton & Co.,
city, are out among their friends selling groceries
and giving everybody a chance to
make puns on their names. The usual Style
is to say : "What's Butterworthl?" and the
answer is, "Twenty-eight cents, and its
Lovely, too." Commercial Traveler.
Draper's Uncle Tom is coming for the 5th
time. He adds something new each visit
and always gets a crowd.
While running a fox at night, Col. Cunningham's
horse ran into a wire fence,
threw him over and caused severe bruises.
Tho horse is badly injured.
It was given out at the Christian 'Church
Sunday, that a wedding would take place
there this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Tho parties
to be married are Mr. Jones and Miss
Thieves broke into Thos. Judy's meat
house at North Middletwn and stole fifteen
pieces of side bacon. On yesterday the meat
was found in a field, and Ben Finch, a colored
Methodist preacher, was arrested for
tho theft, and placed in jail at this place.
Judge Mokten is a stinger and is bound
to have his court respected. He fined Sheriff
Armstrong S10 for not making some men
sit down; fined Jack Hook $2.50 for not attending
as a witness,and has issued 50 attachments
for jurors and witnesses one for
Geo. Redmon and has ordered him to be
placed under a bond of 500. All witnesses
in the Redmon case are under bonds of SX00.
A responsible farmer, a neighbor to the
Stivers family, has kept this secret until
after tho trial : He said that Hooker Stivers'
1 had spoken in a very boasting manner to
him of how his brother Sherman had shot
Mrs. Gllroy's turkeys and abused her and
called her bad names, and that he shamed
him and told him he onght to reprove his
brother and make him go to fthe injured
woman and apologize to hor. Had his ad-,
vice been taken, all trouble would have been
Rev. J. W. Fitch, of Winchester, presiding
elder of the Maysville district, and. Elder J.
B. Briney, of Covington, will hold a debate
at Berry's Station, beginning November 6th,
and lasting eight days. They will discuss
the mode, subject and design of baptism,
and the operation of the Holy Spirit in the.
Too Bad To Be Trne.
The Mt. Olivet Democrat prints the following,
which certainly must bo a mistake. It
is too awful bad to be true :
hilShoi111?1 Reers: af fcer ne was shot by his
brother Sam, made a will giving all his
property, which amounted to about $15,000.
to his two sisters. Now the brothers ar trv!
th WUL Dn,fc talk 0t f reiSa
Milley Walker, a colored woman died
last Thursday night in Flemingsburg, from
ji piHioi aaox, urea oy George Frankson. Before
dying, she oonfessed killing a man oa
Red river in Menifee county, named George
Ratcliffe, for which a mob hung Frank
Thompson. Sho also confessed of havlntr
killed an old colored man named
in Flemingsburg, in September 78.
At a meeting of the direotors of the K. C.
railroad in Covington last night, President
Ingalls' resignation was offered and ascepted
and Briggs Cunningham elected in his place.
Mr. Huntington, who owns 51 per cent, of
the road, complained of Mr. Ingalls' management,
and said that the road ought to
have made more money; hence, the resignation
of Mr. Ingalls.
A Nov Gretna Greon.
Up In Ohio just opposite Maysville, Ky., Is
situated a little town called Aberdeen, nicknamed
Gretna Green, because of the easy
manner in which runaway couples from
Kentucky are spliced there. But Judging
from what happened at the Crawford House
yesterday Aberdeen will have to take a back
seai, ana mat nouse, with clerk John Reynolds,
take it's nlace. On vesterfljiv thnr
were no less than throe marriages solemnized
in its parlors, two couples being married
at once by Rev. Mr. Harris, and the
third by the same gentleman earlier in tho
day, Mr. Reynolds procuring the licenses for
all the parties. Of course, they were all from
Kentucky, and their names twere Herman
Carpenter aud Miss Sallie Carpenter, of
Sparta, Ky.; Albert Caldwell and Miss Ida
Rogers, and Owney Bowen and Miss Sallie
Arnold, of Owenton, Ky. All remained at
the Crawford last night, and will this morning
return to their homes to seek their parents'
blessing. Cincinnati Enquirer.
The Trader, Turfman, Farmer
Yearling mules in Mason county sell at
S100 per head.
Dr. B.y?. Dudley of Lexington, has sold
his bay filly Benetta for 52,250.
Lorillard' Touch-me-not ran third for the
Corinthian Handicap at London Friday.
S. P. Clay sold twenty acres of his Penn
farm last Friday, to Val Mulr, at $100 per
Rica, "Wandering and Drako Carter wer
the winners at tho Washington races last
Evasive, Lena, Metropolis, Laura Glaus
and Marshall won the Brighton Beach races
At the sale of Jackson Thoma9 stook sold
high. Tho place was rented to John Fry at
$5.80 per acre. t
Thos. "Wornall bought 275 acres of the
Frank Ford farm with the improvements, at
Mathers & Mitchell, of Mason Co., have
bought 10 extra nice Southdown ewea from
Geo. "W. Bowen.
"W. S. Buckner, of Cane Ridge, has four
two-year old colts (according to the rule) that
can show a three minuto gait or better.
Carelessness in firing tobacco burned up a
barn and 4,000 pounds of the weed recently 4
for Jerry Graves, a colored man, in Christian
Gral Hanloy has bougnt the racer Center-ville,
from Jas. Mclntyre, for 500, and will
campaign the colored fairs next fall if he
doesn't trade him for Maltese cats.
Jay-Eye-See will attempt to beat Maud S.'s
record of 2:10, at Chicago, to-day. The
pacer Johnston will also attempt to lower
Little Brown Jug's three-heat record.
Last week 2,438 hogsheads of tobacco wore
offered in the Cincinnati market, and full
prices were sustained to a surprising degree.
Best grades ranged at from 14 to 28.50.
The Logan County Fine Stock Breeders'
Association have set apart the fourth Monday
in each month as a day of public sale for
fine stock. Extensive arrangements were
made for their first sale which tookplaco at
A baby was born on a Cincinnati Southern
train last Friday, about ten minutes befora
the train arrived in Lexington. Tho unfortunate
woman was tho wife of C. L. Deggs, a
Virginian, who was returning home from
JjJH j 5f
A brilliant wedding at Georgetown, last
week. The parties were Max Cleveland, of
Ludlow, and Miss Martha Nichols. Ceremony
at tho Presbyterian church, by Dr.
Ctdtfjf fifjr sP .hhtQk'KjhB
James M. Clarkson, formerly of this oity
died last week in Chattanooga, of flux, in hhH
if. 1 1 JOHNSON, Prop'r, V, B, Dim, Clerk.
One square from the depdt. Good
Iiivery Stablo Attached. The
kindest attention riven and guests made
Good Sample Rooms. A table filled
with all all the delicacies of the season.
WE KESNNEY, M, D.,
- PRACTITIONER OS" "
MEDICINE k SURGERY,
May be found during the diiv, whdn
not professionally engaged, at Brooks &
Lyman's Drug Store , at night, at the residence
of Prof. E. Amende, orf High si.
PARIS 'BUS LINE,
L. F. MANX, Prop. P. CAMPBELL, Snpt.
All traiiis connected with and calls made anywhere
in the city. Orders left at hotel? or stable.
Fare, 25 cts. including ordinary baggage '
H Iffll .
Fruits Cakes, Fancy
Goods, Cigars aiul
FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY.
J8?"Ono door above the Thurston House.
NEW DRUG STORE.
formerly with Davis & Lyle, respectfully Informs
the public that lie can bo found on
door above the post-office, where he has a
new and complete stock of drugs in fact,
everything in the drug line as new, brigki
and shining as a silver dollar.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at all
hours, from the purest drugs.
The purest and oldest liquors for medicinal
purposes only, and the finest cigars and
tobacco on the market, kept oonstantly on
Aliboral share of the public patronage is
JOHN E. HORTHOOCT, 1
AGSNT 70S TUB
OFFICE: DEPOSIT BANKy PARIB XT.
Wlndoir Skad Ctante, OR
JGT Special Attention Given to
Undertaking and Repairing.
item Btredy Paris, Xy.
LIVERY SALE AND COMMISSION
High Street j Paris Kentucky.
Will break colts to beat advantage.
Horses bought and Bold on a small margin,
also boarded on as good terms as any
other stables in Paris.
'Kimmy' Kimbrough, Jas. S. Huff
KIMB OUGH HOUSE,
KIMBROUGH & HUFF, Prop's.
Large and Commodious Sample Booms
on first floor for commercial men. Baggage
transferred to and from the depot
free of charge.
H. E. BOSWKLL. W. H. BOSWELL.
H. E. BOSWELL & SON, Prop'rs.
Centrally located, on Short street, nearth
Post-office. Rates, $2 per day.
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R. M. KENNEY,
Will attend to all calls in his line, in
Bourbon and surrounding counties, with
promptness. Charges Seasonable. tf
A full line of furniture, cofjins, burial
suits, caroete. bracket Diotures. win
dow hangings, &c.j constantly on hand, and
wu.pe som to compete with Cincinnati
JMN J. L0N6, Prop'r, JOHM J. LONSr Out
Rateg, Two Dollars Per Da;.
(Nice Sample Eoctns for Commercial men
Livery mid SaU StabU Connected
HEE IISDEAHCE I
7 LARGEST OOMPAtflfiS 1
W THE WORLD!
IrtHwes Promptly Paid. SS
Rates as Low as The LoicesL
"BLUE GRASS ROUTE )
K . CENTRAL RAIL ROAD.
jla the shortest and qtdekest rout
to MISSOURI, KANSAS and
TEXAS. Tickets to all
points North, East
Time Card in Effect Oct. 14tli, '83:
T , No. 2 No. 4
Lvo Covington . :iK)um 3:00 pm
LveJbalmouth . !':S5am -i-AD pin
LveOynthlana .10:10 am 5:40 pm
Arr Paris . . . .11:15 am ti:'2B pm ,
Lve Paris . . . .UcH)&m oaipm
Arr Lexington .12:05 pm 7:10 pm
L.ve PariK .... 0:20 pm
Lve Millyrsburg 6:4U pm
Lvu Carlisle . . . 7:00 pm
Arr .Maysville. . 8:30 pm No. 10
ArrJ'uris . . . ,11:25am. U:'J0 pm
Arr WinduKter . 32:50pm 8:00 pm
Lve Richmond . 2:15pm 0:10pm 9:20am
Lve Lancaster . 8:52pm 12:15pm
Arr Stanford J . 4:15pm 1:00pm
No. 1 No. 2 No. K
Lve Stanford Jnc 10:45 am 2:20pm
Lve Lancaster . . 11:15 am 3:10pm
Lve Richmond . , 6:00 am 12:45 pm 0:00paa
Lve "Winchester , 7:10 am 220 pm
ArrPariB ..... 8:15 am 3:05 pm
Lve Maysville . . 6:00 am 12:40 pm
Lve Carlisle . . . 7:30 am 2:08 pm
Lvo Millersburg . 7:50 am 2:29 pm
ArrPariB 8:15 am 3:05 pm
Lve Loxington . . 7:20 am 2:10 pm
Arr Paris 8:15 am 3:05 pm
Lye Paris . , . . 8:15 am 3:05 pm
Lve Cynthiana . 8:50 am 3:40 pm
Lve Falmouth . 9:55 am 4:40 pm
Arr Covington , 11:30 am 6:20 pm
No.25 lve Lexington 6:00am;arr Maysville 9.-0
no.K ive o:apm;arr sao
Ko.26 lve aCaysvllle 6:08am;rr Lexingt'n 8:10
No.281ve H 12:40pa;arr 4-
No. 6 lv Covingt'n 5:10pm;rrFalraouth7:10
Ko. 5 lv Falmouth 6:15am;rr Covingt'Jt 8JJ
WNo. 8 and 4 run daily bat-wean Rioh-
mond, Lexington and Covington. All o tiers
dolly, except! lunday.
BpeeiaS Bafee t SMTCRAirap?
"For tiokeU, rates and Inf orm&tloB
to tixxe, connections, &c, call on ox
Mre JO&N BTUART, Aqmtt.
CLW. C L. Bbotto.
Grand Opera Build'?,
(GBEEN CHEATHAM, Pbop'b.)
One Square from Boilroad Depot All
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IIVERY STAKLE AOBTACHED
T. W. POTTS,
k Feed Stable,
Horses boarded, trained and sold oa
commission. Livery rigs always kept for
public hire. Terms reasonable.
8 to 9 A. M.
1 " 4 P. M,
7 " 8 P. 1C
PHARES T. THROOP,
Office over B. F; Aaifi grocery.
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