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The new Christian. Church at Morgan, was
The sun doesn't regard the new change of
time; neither does the moon.
Wash Sidener has purchased the Holli-day
residence, from 'Squire Daniels.
Charme Jones, for wife-murder, was sent
up for sixteen years, at Harrodsburg.
The will case of Mrs. Volney Higgins, sr.,
will be presented for probation to-day.
TAMiAGEwill lecture on "Ingersollism,"
at the Lexington" Opera House, on December
Madison has another killing, making two
in two weeks; Peter Moore shot and killed
The electric light company at Cynthiana
only lack 2,000 in subscriptions to set the
company to work.
"W. T. Overby will now have to buy tobacco
low and sell high all on account of
twins at his house.
The Rev. Mr. McMillan will conduct
union Thanksgiving services at the Christian
Wentworth, a Boston turkey shipper at
Cynthiana, lost fifty turkeys in one night
last week, by smothering.
Thieves boared a hole and extracted a
barrel of whiskey from Pugh's wareroom
near Shawhan, one night last week.
J. M. Burris, a prominent farmer in
Bracken county, killed himself by the accidental
discharge of his gun, Saturday.
Reardon, a stewart at the Lexington
Asylum, is now called upon to step out of
the way for Mf. Marrs, the former stewart.
Jacob Geier, one of the leading members
of the Swiss "colony at Bernstadt, Laurel
county, was shot and killed whilst attempting
to arrest a cow-thief.
James Fisher got his leg broken near
Flemingsburg, by being thrown from a
wagon with a party of hunters, while" the
horses were running away.
There are near one hundred witnesses to
be examined and twelve eminent lawyers
employed in the Robbins and Smart case,
now on trial at Flemingsburg.
The steamer "W. P. Thompson, plying between
Vanceburg and Cincinnati, has been
sold to a railroad company for a transfer
across the Cumberland river, for 58,000.
The K. C. will sell round-trip tickets from
and to all stations on Nov. 28th and 29th, at
one fare. Tickets good to return on December
2d, at 2 cents per mile for round trip.
J. "W. Davis & Co. are giving away boxes of
clear Havana cigars to their customers. A
man that doesn't smoke, ought to be made
to smoke when he can get them that way.
Capt. Tom Henry, Clerk of the Court of
Appeals, has been on a three-weeks' spree,
and has vacated, his office to his deputies,
retiring on $150 per month, and is now in
Morgan county, cutting up high.
That same old which has
been flying all over the State for the last
ten years, is now nosing around for carcasses
in Fleming county, and creating
much consternation among the citizens.
Schwartz Bros, have received the new
furniture of their palace saloon, which is
the finest in the blue grass district, and equal
to any in Cincinnati or Louisville. They
will move into their new building Saturday.
Bev. Dorsey sold to Jas. K. Davis, on yesterday,
the yearling Tom Turkey that stood
at the head of his flock the past season,
AVhich weighed 42 pounds gross, and 31 net.
Price naid. S10. Mr. Davis shipped the bird
to his friend Chas. Hecklinger, N. Y., as a
John K. Polk, of Harrodsburg, and a
brother of "Wm. Polk, of Lexington, formerly
of this city, who was clerking for Dr.
Tabler, railroad contractor on the K. C. extension,
shot and killed a man named Mart
Owens, who was drunk and wanted to whip
him, near Mt. Vernon, last Friday. Owens
got down from his horse, pulled his coat off
and went into the Imuse for a flght; Polk
ordered him to leave, and shot him as" he
was going out of the door.
Our Court-house time has been changed
back to the old standard, to accommodate
those who employ servants most day laborers
having positively refused to go to work
before seven o'clock. A reduction of their
wages would have been the proper ' thing.
This thing of having two times will resultin
confusion, and the new standard time will
eventually rule, Just the same as watches
and clocks did over pioneers who guessed at
the sun time by the door shadow on the puncheon
floor of their primitive cabins.
At the Sheriff's sale of the property of H.
M. Rucker, known'.as Ruckerville, Saturday,
29 lots and cheap residences sold for 55,530.50,
and his personal property for 1,363.95. The
amount being sufficient to satisfy all of the
attachments, the sale was stopped and two
lots remain unsold. Since the sale, Ann
Kelley has levied her attachment which
had been withdrawn, as well as several more
have been made, and still more are to come.
All of the propertylsold high, save the piano,
which -was bought by Capt. Bradshaw, for
S23. Persons who claim to know, say that
RuckerVindebtedness here will reach S30,000.
He is now located at Burlington, Kansas.
Boxes of Clear Havnnas Given A way.
J. "SV. Davis & Co., a very enterprising firm
of merchant tailors and clothiers in this
city, are constantly making innovations
from the old way of doing busines. In fact,
they never get left on anything new. Their
last innovation, Mabley thejbojs innovator
cannot beat. They have Just received a
large invoice of clear' Havana cigars, and
are giving away boxeg of fifty, to every purchaser
of S10 worth of goods no matter
whether it be a suit, over-coat or anything
else to that amount or upwards. Their first
intention was to give them only with fine
suits and overcoats, but they changed
so as to give every one a chance hence
the 10, system.
Something About Free Turnpikes.
A vey weeks ago, this paper, for want of
something out of the old ruts in way of
news, and for the purpose rf getting the people
to thinking and talking, advocated that
a system of free turnpikes should be inaugurated,
and without giving the matter deep
consideration, about half way considered
that it would be right. Now, since the
of last week gave the matter much
encouragement thinking it would be an immensely
popular movement, Ave have given
the subject much thought and after a deep
and thorough investigation, this paper, in
behalf of all that is just and right, is free to
espouse the cause of the minorty party and
the unpopular side of the question, and vote
NO to the proposition of free turnpikes.
We take tjis side of the question for various
reasons, namely :
1st Because it would be unconstitutional
and undemocratic to rob one corporate body
of its rights and allow many other sister associations
the right of acting as a body; and
that it would have? a tendency of undermining
States Rights of it's privileged powers,
and would have a drifting tendency to monarch
lal powers. .
2nd It would be as impracticable and as
dangerous to the people at large as it would
be unjust for the county to legislate the
Kentucky Central Railroad out of that portion
of the road'lying in the county, against
the will of it's rightful owners and make
it free to the traveling public, the stock and
other freight shippers.
3rd It would be wrong to the citizens of
the various towns, widows and infant heirs
wherever they are found, to have an unnecessary
tax forced upon them when they will
in return receive no practical benefit
that it would, in other words, be
wrong for them to be forced to pay a heavy
toll tax when they never use the pikes.
4th It would be a gigantic wholesale robbery
of the citizens to force the county to
buy a two-thirds interest in 220 miles of pike
in which it now owns one third, at a cost of
S3,000 per mile, aggregating 5660,000, and adding
thereto the whole of twenty miles of the
Maysville & Lexington pike at a cost of
310,000, per mile, aggregating 200,000, the
grand aggregate being 860,000, to say nothing
of a salaried board of officers for the
county to be created, consisting of a President,
Vice President, Secretary Treasury,
and a board of twelve Directors and a iiorde
of sub contractors numbering a force of not
less than 500 necessary to operate and keep
in repair 240 miles of pike, running the grand
aggregate to near a million of dollars the
5th "We are opposed to the creation of the
extra offices alluded to, whereby rings may
be cieated and an endless amount of corruption
be brought into existence while the
citizens would have to sit idljr by with their
hands tied and submit to a wholesale robbery,
helpless as infants to resist.
Cth It would be wrong to force those who
are able to enjoy the luxuries of paying
their own toll, to pay for the same luxuries
for notonly tho county, but the State and
the United States.
"We could go on and number plausible objections
at a voluminous rate, but we trust
that the foregoing are sufficient to at once
set the minds of thinking men at work in
the right direction. "We repeat that the project
would be unwise, undemocratic, unjust
and dangerous to the system of States'
Rights, and altogether Impracticable except
by the highwayman's system of making the
citizens throw their hands up and submit
without resistance. In conclusion, we say
that the violent system of robbing corporations
and private individuals of the rights
of free citizens, must not and shall not prevail
C. P. Huntington passed down the road
Friday, in his special coach "Oneida," which
is a little daisy.
The new water tank to be erected at the
coal-chute on the big cut near the freight
depot, will be made to hold 60,000 gallons.
Director Charlton Alexander, of this city,
now has every assurance that the machine
shops will be erected here. So it has been
but an innocent little flirtation with "Winchester,
The Council of Covington has granted the
right of way to the K. C. road through Russell
street, down to the river, where a bridge
will- be erected and trains landed in the
grand Union depot at the foot of John st.,
Tlie Trader, Turfman, Farmer
Jos. Fennell, of Cynthiana, has been granted
a patent on quarter boots, for horses.
The hog and cattle market is dull in Cincinnati.
Too much stock on the market.
Seventy hogshead of Pendleton county tobacco
sold at an average of 22 cents per
pound, In Cincinnati a few days ago.
At Lan Fretwell's sale last week, fat hogs
brought 4.20; stock hogs So; two-year-old
cattle, S50.75; yearlings, 40.25; calves, 20 to
35; cows, 30 to C0; corn in shock, 52.05.
Everything else sold high.
At the Tennessee sales of Jersey cattle,Mr
G. V.' Green, Hopkinsville, Ky., bought Clover
Bud 4074, nine years old, 255; Lady
McDowell, calf, 225. Mr. "Webb C. Garth,
Trenton, Ky., bought Ellona 2d 749S, five
years, 280; MaryFinnegan 21728, five years,
Miss Mary, Charlie and Pat McCarthy, of
this city, mourn the loss of a brother, who
died in Alabama, last week.
Mrs. Gore, of Carlisle, died of apoplexy on
Thursday evening at five o'clock. She was
a niece of Governor R. M. Bishop, of Cincinnati.
Miss Lizzie Hickman, of this city, who
has been under medical treatment in Cincinnati
for several weeks, took the
and died suddenly last week. Funeral
services at the Presbyterian church
to-day at 2:30 o'clock.
Capt. M. M. Clay, one of Bourbon's best
citizens, died this morning at 1 o'clock, after
a short illness with measles, flux, and finally
pneumonia. The deceased was a brother of
Samuel Clay, and for several yeais lived In
Arkansas, where he recently made a visit
and contracted the black measles the prime
cause of his death. Capt. Clay raised a company
of infantry here during the war, and
joined the 21st Ky. regiment. He was a popular
Whale's milk is said to bo good for rheumatism
Crimson stockings have succeeded black,
as the fashionable shade,
Mrs. McCann, widow" of James McCanu,
Sr., is very ill at her residence in this city.
Square dinner plates are now tho latest.
Only square meals arc to be served on them.
Sid Kennedy is confined to his bed, in a
seriously ill condition, at his father's residence.
Dr. Bob Smith is in Cincinnati, visiting
his sister, Mrs. Hope, wlro is at the point of
A negro minstrel show, lasting one
week, begins in Music nail, Cincinnati, January
A son of Kossuth, of Sebastapol fame, is
a married man in Illinois. He Is said to be
In courting it Would be Ayell to remember
that a sealskin sacque can a whole
ton of prejudice.
Thomas A. Davis and wife, will return
from Cincinnati to Maysville,' to go into
business, January 1st.
Mr. John W. Watson and Miss Affie Wat
son, of Maysville, Ky., are at Willardis
in Washington, D. C.
When Patti is sick and cannot sing it
costs her 5,000. She could diefor less money
Miranda, the bright and beautiful babe,
of Walter Potts and wife, is dangerously ill
at their home in Nicholas county.
It wasn't Ell Perkins, the liar, who died
In California. Our Eli is not fit to die, and
is still sustaining Ills reputation.
W. J. Scanlan, the Irish commedlan, has
made SIS.OCO royalty on 300,000 peoples of his
"Peek-a-boo" song whichlave been sold.
Frank Vanden, brother of Lew" Vanden,
of the Crawford House, Cincinnati, is an independent
candidate for City Clerk of Covington.
It cost Casper Felemende22 and an apron
full of sweet potatoes for the pleasure of kissing
another man's wife in Posey county,
Woman, among savages, is a beast of
burden; in Asia she is a piece of furniture;
in Europe i.ho is a spoiled child; in America
she is a boss.
The Cynthiana Dramatic club will render
the dramas "Through Snow and Sunshine,"
and "lessie Brown," on evenings of
December 13 and 14.
T. C. Williams will leave this city Thursday,
to take charge of his stock of goods recently
purchased at Bethel, and. will commence
business Dec. 1st.
Gov. Knott, Col Ktoddi rd Johnston and
Treasurer Ta to dined with Col. 'Vic (?hi; at
Georgetown Friday, and the Governor reappointed
Mr. Glass a colonel.
Rev. Nathan Prince, of the Methodist
church, of Urbana, Ohio, has been tried on
the charge of "jealousj and cruelty to his
wife," has been suspended from preaching.
John Sullivan, the lioston slugger, has
written to a friend in Lexington, that he
will visit that city December flth, for tho
purpose of visiting the various stock farms
in the country.
The Emma Abbot Opera Company are
putting in the week at
and Sunday night the Grand French
Opera Company will commence a week's engagement
at the same place.
Alice Oates will wed her fourth husband
W. H. Corbet, manager of the Grand Opera-house
at Aurora, Ills., at an early day. Wonder
if she'll wish "Jim was alive, so
he could punch this one's head !"
Minnie Hauk fell from her carriage and
sprained an ankle badly in Louisville Friday,
and was obliged to defer her a portion
of her engagement until next Saturday,
when she will return from St. Louis.
A Robertson county minister who passed
a hat around in church and got nothing but
three rabbits and a coon skin, said: "My
dearly beloved brlthering, the hog cholera
has broken out In this neighborhood, and I
advise you all to leave the country before
you take it you consarned hogs."
Warren Travis, ofMcKenzie, Tenn., went
out at night telling his wife he was going to
set up with a sick man. In the morning she
found the following note: "The sick man
that I sat up with to-night is myself both
head and heart sick. Don't look for me back;
you will never see mc any more. Forget the
past, take all the comfort sympathizing
friends offer, and fight the battle of life to
the end. There is rest for you in heaven."
Several years ago, Miss Josie Humble
and her two nieces Misses Katie and Curry
Stephens went to .Denver, Col., and went
into the dressmaking business. Now the
two nieces are Tiving in married splen
dor, ana miss numme naving given up an
intended matrimonial alliance to which her
nieces objected, gave up the dressmaking
business and is now traveling in California,
sellln'g charts for dress-cutting and teaching
the art of cutting and fitting.
Mr. J. T. Barlow, of the Centerville precinct,
returned home Saturday, from Clarksburg,
Va., where he has been as a witness In
the Webb Ross will case. He says that
Mayor Purnell acquitted himself in .fine
style in his speech Wednesday, and that he
drew a large crowd to hear him. After,
making his speech, he left to f join his wife
in Baltimore. Several more lengthy speeches
were to have been made, and Mr. B.
thought that the case would not be given to
the jury until yesterday afternoon.
The Cynthiana Democrat advances the
ridiculous idea that the citizens of Cynthi.
ana and Harrison counly ought to tender T.
J. Megibben a public reception and pay all
expenses as well as to present him a set of
gold-mounted harness, on the occasion of
his family moving into his palatial new residence
in the suburbs. This novel idea is
advanced on the strength of Mr. Megibben
being an enterprising citizen, and having
done his duty. Queer idea, this, for paying
a high tribute of fiunkylsm to a man for
having done his duty! Certainly Mr.
various enterprises have all brought
him due returns in way of profit1:, or he
would not have invested in them. We trust
Mr. Megibben's good sense will not permit
him to entertain this piece of fiunkylsm for
a moment, and that he will very politely
excuse himself from being the recipient' of
such queerly bestowed honors.
TIlK TE1IY LATEST LOCAL NEWS!
C'Aiiii on A Berry for your coal.
' J. F. Didlakk &. Co. ai'e headquarters for
Holmes & Coutt's Famous English Buscuits.
TitY the Marie Mine Coal, A. Bekry.
Extra fine celery and choice cultivated
cranberries at Baylics & Rion's.
Thanksgiving and Christinas scarfs and
neckware in gorgeous beauty In all the fancy
colors, at J. L. Taylor & Co.'s.
Aidex Evaporated Fruits, very fine, domestic
dried liuits, best and cheapest, at
Speaks, CiiAsrunRS & Co.
You can get the best oyster brought to this
market for the money at
" " BAYLESVfc Rion's.
The celebrated spices, imported by H. F.
A. Pinckney, of :New lork, can always be
lOUIld With SPEAH&, CHAMBERS CO.
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We sell the saines oysters at 30 cents per
quart that others are selling at 40.
Bayees & Rion.
Thanksgiving Delicacies. Fig3, dates,
Malaga grapes, banauas, celery, Italian
plums, Florida oranges, apples, cocoanuts,
turkeys, cranberries, prunes, raisins, oysters,
mincemeat, &c, for sale by
Spears, Champers & Co.
C. F. Dideake & Co.
The best select oysters, 40 cents. Plain select,
35 cent. The best soup oysters, 25 cents,
at BayIiES & RioN'ri.
E. B. Maeeory & Co. arc unrivalled as
oysster packers. They pack none but trcsii
and sound goods. Their cans are rull, the
oysters large, and are guaranteed all U. K.
when they leave the houses of
SPEAKS, CHAMRER.S ifc CO.
C. F. DlDEAKE & CO.
The largest and finest stock of canned
fruits and vegetables in ihemnrket at
1JAYEE3 & Rion's.
The justly celebrated "Gold Medal Flour"
is still the leader. Every barrel warranted
first-class or no sale. Small packages neatly
put up for special use. Makeyour Christmas
cakes of it. Make your buscuits and
rolls with it. Every hou.ekeeper ought lo
try it. M'KAias, Chambers & Co.
c i . JJIOEAKE it CO.
.Call and examine our preserve.-, and jellies.
They are the best In the market.
J. L. Taylor &. Co. are in receipt of the
largest and fanciest stock of over
brought to Paris. This stock was purchased
in such large quantities and such cheap figures
that country stores can be supplied at
New York wholesale price, and mo retail
trade supplied at proportionate figures.
1 1 you want .something good to eat for
Thaiiiogiviug, o ill on laj le.s it llion. They
have a hue assortment of fresh goods, and
wont be undersold.
Sidkofy Jilts' W&oteel.
T WILL PURCHASE ANY' AMOUNT OF
-B- hickory nuts within the next two weeks
at the Bourbon House, Paris, Ky. Will pay
20 cents per bushel for large ones, and 40
cents for small ones HENRY TURNEY.
0UII CLUBBING HATES
The Bourbon News clubs with the Detroit
Free Press for SG; with the Texas Sif tings for
$3.50; and with the Weekly Courier-Journal
for trJ. The News in addition gives a premium
book worth a dollar, and the paper free
from now until January 1st, Terms,
invariably cash in advance.
DESIRING TO MOVE'SOUTH FOR THE
benefit of my health, I will offer at
private sale, my
in Millersburg, and a comfortable frame
residence on Main street. The undertaking
business consists of a good hearse and a well
assorted stock of goods, and has a well-established
trade. The residence is very
pleasantly located in the center of the town,
and is altogether a very desirable piece of
property. Call on or address me at once.
f(e$Lciei5e iW f(eit.
Residence with four good rooms, pantry,
&c, in good repair, on upper Alain street,
.fans, wy. OSSIAN EDWARDS.
Tom Holllday & Bro., having their headquarters
at Laughlin's butcher shop, keep
constantly on hands a supply of Oysters,
Fish, Game, Butter, Eggs, Shaker Preserves,
Apple, Peach and Quince Butler, which
they will sell at the lowest prices. All goods
delivered when ordered-.
W. & H. E. FOX,
Civil Enginsers Surveyors
WHEN NOT ENGAGED IN SCHOOL,
we shall be prepared to do any leveling,
city surveying, or laying ott' roads. We
will also do any kind of land surveying, divide
land, and make maps of estates whenever
The most improved instruments, and
standard measures will be used. Also anew
method of calculating the areas of laud surveys,
and other recent Improvements for
doing work in the most accurate and scientific
Ordei's may be left at tho school-room on
Pleasant street, or at the store of Mr. G. T.
Y farm at Little Rock, containlngabout
180 ACRES. New brick house. New
tobacco barn. All in crass for ten years, ex
cept 8 acres of good tobacco land. Price,
FARM FOR REEL
I wish to rent my farm of 480 acres, with
two good dwellings, two gwod barns, well
watered, 70 acres in wheat, 20 acres In rye,
140 acres timothy and clover meadow, 12
acres for tobacco av.d 40 acres for corn. Farm
located on the Maysville & Lexington and
Summit's Station pikes. Possession given
1st March 'S4. Address me at Carlisle. Kv.
1 C. W. Mathers, M.D.
W. H. H JOraN, Prop'r, W, B, CONWAY, Clerk,
JOHHSOH HOUSE 1
One square from the depot. Good
Livery Stable Attached. The
kindest attention given and guests made
Good Sample Rooms. A table filled
with all all the delicacies of the season.
Fire Insurance Agent,
CITIZEN'S BANK, PARIS, KY.
Represents FIVE FIRST-CLASS
CASH ASSETS OVER $20,000,000.00:
FIRE, IJGHTNING and TORNADO POLICIES
WRITTEN. LOSSES PAID
WM. KENNEY, M. D.,
MEDICINE tfc SURGERY,
May be found during the day, when
not professionally engaged, at Brooks &
Lyman's Drag Store, at night, at the residence
of Prof. E. Amende, on High st.
PARIS 'BUS LINE,
L. F. 2IAXX, rrop. P. CAMPBELL, Supt.
All trains connected irith and calls made anywhere
in, the city. Orders left at hotel or stable.-Fare,
25 cts. including ordinary baygage
JM,M n iU Mr JbiL BE.
Fruits, Cakes, Fancy
Goods, Cigars and
FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY.
J8&0ne door above the Thurston House.
ESTABLISHED IN 1873.
Represents None but Firstrrlnss Companies.
iETNA, of Hartford.
HOME, of New York.
PHOSNIX, of Hartford.
KENTON, of Covington.
FRANKLIN, of Philadelphia.
SUN FIRE OFFICE, of England.
LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE.England
JOHN W. BOULDEN, Agent.
R. B. BOULDEN, Solictor.
JOHN B. NORTHCOTT,
AGENT FOR TIIK
OFFICE: DEPOSIT BANK, PARIS, KY.
GEO. W. DAYIS,
Window Shades, Carpets, OH
Cloths, Mattresses, &c.,
jggy Special Attention Given to
Undertaking and Repairing.
Main Street, Paris, Ky.
S. B. EWALT I
LIVERY SALE AND COMMIS
High Street, Paris Kentucky.
"Will break colts to best advantage.
Horses bought and sold on a small margin,
also boarded on as good terms as any
other stables in Paris.
'Kimmy' Kimbrough, Jas. S. Huff
KIMBROUGH & HUFF, Prop's.
Large and Commodious Sample Eooms
on first floor for commercial men. Baggage
transferred to and from the depot
free of charge.
n. E. BOSWELL. W. H. BOSTVELL.
H. E. BOSWELL & SON, Prop'rs.
Centrally located, on Short street, near the
Rates, $2 per day.
Opp. Odd Fellows Hall ... Pabis, Ky
Are always ready to-"wait on tho nubile in
anything pertaining to the barber's line, at
popular prices. Call made at private residences
when necessary to wait on the ladies,
the sick, &c
a i i i b -. w
weeklv Hourbon Ygws:
Independent and Democratic-Published from the Happy Side of Life-for the Benefit of Those Now Having Breath in Their Bodies. Price, $2, 00 for One Year, or, $2,000 for 1,000 Years-CASH !:
VOL. II. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1883. NO. 183.
J, Prop'r, JUIJ, LflUe, CM
MILLERSBURG, KY. '
Rates, Two Dollars Per Day; ,
Nice Sample Eooms for Commercial men,
Livery and Sale Stable CtmnettccQ'
i LARGEST COMPANIES- fc
IN THE WORLD! I
Teases Promptly Paid, fjr
Rates as Low as The Lowest. -,.
"BLUE GRASS ROCK
K. OE NTRAL RAIL ROAD.
Is the shortest and cmickestrr
to MISSOURI, KANSAS sa
TEXAS. Tickets to. -all.
points North, East
Time Card in Effect Oct. 28tk
No. 2 No. 4
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Lve Falmouth . y:3am l:.io pm
Lve Cynthiana . JU:lQ am 5:38 urn
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Lve Carlisle . . . 7::Ji)am 2:S pm
Lve Millersburg . 7:"j0am 's9 pm'
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Lve Paris :15am U'AO pin
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Lve Falmouth . . !i:55am i:"5 pm
Arr Covington . .11:30 am (:?.0 pm
No.25 lveLexington.f!:C0nm;arr I1
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No.28 lve Maysville (!:O0am;airLexhijjr.
io.aive - " -,
No. OlveCovlngt'n 5:20pm;arr Falmop .
No. 5 lve Falmouth 6:15am;arr Coving t :
ttSTNos. 3 and 1 run daily between
Lexington and Covington. All s. -daily,
Special Bates to KMTGRA'iH
S"For tickets, rates and informatioi' r
talning to time, connections, Ac, call .. . r"
address JOHN STUART, Act: ,
Pakis, 1 .
G. "SV. C. L. linov r,,
Supt. G. P. & I .
HEUIT TAIL :
Grand Opera BuilcTr,',
(GREEN CHEATHAM, Peop'k.V '
One Square from Railroad Depot- )f
Baggage transferred to and fro, 'fre.
LIVEBY STABU3 ATTACHE!.
T. W. POTTS,
& feed Stable
Horses boarded, trained and sold on
commission. Livery rigs always fcepl "or
public hire. Terms reasonable. ap.J'Mim
PHARES T. THROOP,
CARLISLE, - - KY.
Office over B. F. A. '.lair's grocery.
A full line of furnitcxe, coffins, burial
suits, carpets, bracket pictures, win-
Jdow hangings, fcc, constantly on hand, and