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VOL. H. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7. 1883. NO. 186.
Monday will bo court day in Carlisle.
One of W. T. Overby's twin children died
The stable of Stone "Walker, burned at
Richmond. Loss, $1,209.
W. T. Paul & Co. moyed their saloon yesterday,
to Singer's new building.
The State Grange will meet in grand conclave
at Falmouth, next Tuesday.
A darkey sold 75 rabbits in town m less
than thirty minutes, at 10 cents each.
Let's have a public Christmas tree at the
OperaHouse. "What say ye, young folks ?
The Cincinnati Southern has put on a fast
line between Chattanooga and Cincinnati.
Counterfeit silver dollars, dated 1880, are
worrying the business men of Mt Sterling.
Frank CKiiiiA, alias Frank Peculiar, has a
fine stock of Christmas fruits at the hole in
One man in Madison county lost the meat
of seventeen hogs, by hot weather spoiling
'The earnings ht the K. C. road during
November '83, are 4,035.30 more than of November
Robertson county lias a doctor to every
125 voters. No wonder people are emigrating.
As a humorist and lecturer, Mr. Burdette
is simply immense and nothing too good
can be said of him.
The only man in Kentucky who is dissatisfied
with Carlisle's election is the editor of
the Louisville 1031.
Fire at Hopklnsville "Wednesday in the
business portion of the city damaged
to extent of 515,000.
The Jury- in the "Wing murder case at
Princeton failed to agree. Seven weie for
acquittal and five for conviction.
Eld. J. "W. Harding, of "Winchester, has
accepted a call to preach for the church at
Falmouth for the ensuing year.
Speaking of the Kentuckian endorsing the
free turnpike system, a typo of that ofllce
says it endorses nothing but Barnes.
Hogs are said to be dying with cholera
over the state. The butcher knife is also
said to bo working sad havoc with them.
Suggs, the Kentuckian who killed Mana-
;er JPlatton, and another murderer named
Frisb'ie. have escaped from the Cartersvlllo
"War. Rankin, who was taken suddenly ill
a few nights ago at the Bourbon House, is
paralyzed through one side off Kls entire
body, and there are no hopes of his recovery.
The frame work on Shaw's new mill has
been shoved up heavenward four stories
high, and will be a massive structure when
. Judge Denny was acquitted at his examining
trial at Lancaster, on the charge of
murdering J. H. Anderson, on the grounds
A resolution has been introduced in the
Senate of the Virginia Legislature calling
upon "United States. Senator "William Ma-hone
The faithful of Winchester didn't take
time to have services in any of the churches
on Thanksgiving day and Winchester calls
herself a city, too.
Frank James' trial for the Blue-cut robbery
has been set for January 14 and bail
fixed at 33,000. It is said he will offer bond
and be released shortly.
A man calling himself A. T. Jones, from
Lexington, Ky., is uuder arrest in Cincinnati,
charged with stealing a horse from a
man at Georgetown, Ky.
Dr. Howard won the $200 mare raffled off
by JeffElgin Tuesday night, and sold her
back to Jeff for 800. There were 100 chances
taken at two dollars each.
The Jury in the Robblns and Smart case
disagreed at'Flemingsburg, and were discharged
Wednesday. Eight were for conviction
and four for acquittal
SamMcDaniel, toll-gate keeper on the
'Georgetown and Lexington pike, shot and
fatally wounded a colored chicken thief in
his hen house, named "Hog Henry."
Jas. Kjcng and John Edwards confessed
the charge of picking pockets at the Lexington
fair, and have been sentenced five and
three years respectively, to the penitentiary.
Several Cincinnati men have incorporated
a line of steamboats known as the
Burnside and Cumberland RlverCompany,
to ply between Point Burnside and
Geo. Hicks, the colored desperado who cut
the marshall and deputy at Flemlngsburg
in such a shocking manner, is out on bail;
'eleven of the Jury being for a fine of S250
and one for the penitentiary.
The Richmond Herald brags on a 36
pounds turkey. Pshaw! That's merely an
orphan turkey compared with some that
have been slaughtered here. Bourbon's
blue-bronze stock can beat that.
The Presbyterian ladies having profited
by their recent cake sale, have determined
to have another one on a larger scale,
holidays, of which due announcement
will bo given, regarding date.
Why all this grand rush of men, women
and children every day and night at Crox-ton's
? Well, if you should peep in and see
all of New York there in way of Christmas
goods, you would discover the answer.
Joe. Z. Croxton has given over his large
. new store room to old Santa Claus until after
Christmas, and it is now stored with everything
in the toy and fancy notion line. In
fact, you cannot name an article which can
be found in New York, 'but what he has in
, The farmers of Clark county whose farms
are lying on the roads leading Into Winchester,
are beautifying their farms by setting
out maple trees all along the roads. Bourbon
farmers should follow this laudable example,
Insko, the young man that killed Ishmael,
atPinhook about two years ago, was in
Bourbon county a few weeks" ago, and perhaps
is there now. There is an indictment
against him for murder. Mt. Olivet Democrat.
Pat Punch, city marshal pf Mi. Sterling,
arrested in Lexington, Monday, the Rev. C
W. Baily, of the Methodist church, for forging
the names of two citizens to a note of
eleven dollars which he gave as personal security.
The Board of Commissioners of the Lunatic
Asylum at Lexington, met and refused
to ratify the appointment ot John Marrs to
supercede Reardon as receiver, on the
grounds that no objection had been made to
Rev. J. T. Henderick has accepted an Invitation
to take charge of the Southern Presbyterian
Church in Maysvllle. He was for
twenty years pastor of the church at
and organized a large congregation at
A panel of fifty Jurors were examined in
theNutt murder trial at Unlontown, Pa.,
and but one secured. Nutt's counsel moved
for a change of venue to Allegheny county
and secured it. The defense will be emotional
A meeting of the distillers of the State of
Kentucky has been called to meet at the
Phoenix Hotel in Lexington, on Wednesday,
December 12, for the purpose of organizing, a
pool to control the production of whisky
throughout the State.
C.N. Stringfellow, of Carrolton, Ky.,
got bunkoed out of $150, in Cincinnati, Tuesday.
He was one of those fellows who
hadn't time to read the paper which he
"tuck," and consequently "didn't know anything
about them fellers."
No editor can be on the pad seven days
out of every week and make a paper that
will compare with one on which the editor
bestows twelve honest hours six days of
each week and the people are begining to
open their eyes to that fact;
Bad boys at Richmond, threw Cayenne
pepper through the windows of their rink
and sneezed the scholars of a female school
so that they had to give up the sport. The
boys had been excluded from the rink on
that striped hose occasion.
Ed. Phallis and Jas. Long, two Ohio men
arrested for burglary at Lexington, have
been indicted and held over. Information
ho8 been received from Dayton, saying that
one of them had served four terms in the
penitentiary lor various offences.. ;
C. S. Page, of New York, has established a
Circulating Library here, with headquarters
at Foster, Moore & Co's. It costs but a dollar
for a membership of two years.' The list
of books forming the library is large and
replete with the very best literary products.
Claude Thomas, son of E. .K Thomas,
North Mlddletown, now at Princeton College,
N. J., contributes a letter from New
York In this issue which is alive and full of
political whack. He. is a fluent writer, and
fully understands what he's talking about.
Read his letter.
Buy your Christmas goods from thosd who
are enterprising enough to advertise. Those
Who are too penurious to advertise their
goods and wares which they wish to sell, are
to penurious to trade with. They are old
timers who believe in slow sales and high
Henry Turney has received a letter from
Charlie Stitt, of Texas, stating that his
brother Alf. has been dangerously injured
by a mule falling with him and mashing
his chin in a fearful manner. Four doctors
were called Into requisition before the bones
could be set satisfactorily. He also stated
thatitwouldbeacloso rub for him to survive
the injury there being great danger of
There's a little gap of six miles of dirt road
between Cooper's Run church and Jackson
ville, this county, which needs to be piked.
Then the citizens of that rich nelgborhood
would have a straight lino of pike to Paris,
of only eight miles, instead of having to go
around by Centerville, a distance of twelve
miles. Harrison county, with an eye to
business, Is now piking a little gap from
Broadwell's to the Bourbon lino, which will
give Jacksonville a route to Cynthiana of
only nine miles. If Bourbon wants the
trade of Jacksonville and surrounding
country, she has got to move at onco to re-
Beware of Dead Beats.
Chas. Carroll ee, an ex-Major in the
Confederate army, and a civil engineer,
from Savannah, Ga., called at the residence
of Capt. J. M. Thomas, in this city early yes
terday morning to asK employment anu
cast-off clothing, and while talking In the
hall, was discovered with the Captain's hat
concealed under his coat. Capt. Thomas
very generously permitted him to leave
town without prosecution, and he skipped
at once. He left a very Intelligently written
letter descriptive of his condition, showing
him to have been a highly educated
man. Two other suspicious characters were
see with him early In the morning all no
doubt on the beat.
"The Field is the World."
On Thursday night Dec. 13th, the Ladies
Aid Society of the Christian church will
give an entertainment at the Odd enowsi
Hall. The programme consists of some fine
,to!r nnnnrtwo recitations and a beauti
ful play entitled "The Field is the World."
The admission fee is only twenty-five cents,
thus bringing a delightful evening within
the means of every one and at the same
time giving every one an opportunity to
assist the good work being done by this benevolent
society. Many needy ones bless
them for the assistance they have
already rendered ; and the more means at
their dUposal, the more good will be
Why not have a Christmas hop ?
Thos. Waller and family, from Nicholas,
have gone to Florida. ,. . , .
"WV L.Davis left last night for the East,
to purchase a lot of Jerseys.
Cal. Darnell has returned home to Carlisle
with his new wife, from Iowa. t
Wm. Myall and the Rev. Mr. McMillan
have gone to Fleming county, on a weeks
Capt. Ed. Taylor, Labe Sharp and other
commercial evangelists, were In town yesterday.
mrs. w. a. victor, the mother pf "Marie
Prescott," the actress, is. . visiting relatives
W. H. Wangh and W W. Talbert, of Nicholas,
are Jurors in the U. S. Court at Covington,
J. Soule Smith of Lexington, has gone to
Washington as correspondent of the Cincinnati
Mr. Herod Osborne, a Virginian, is stopping
at the Bourbon House, and is getting
lip a dancing school. " - '
Theodore Nix and wife, of this city, are
to become residents of Clay City,' on 'the
Kentucky Union Railway.
Messrs Garret Davis, Prof. A. Gutzelt and
"Scrubb" Webb, of this city, acted as the
groom's best men at the Nix and Horlne
nuptials, in Cynthiana, Tuqsday.
Col. Swope is at Washington listening to
the death rattle of the grand old party; and
as he feels It's fast-diminishing pulse, holds
his head sideways and attempts to wear the
look of a wise physician.
Elder Wm. Sweenej', of Horse Cave, Is
the guest of his brother in this city. He has
been called to the pastoral charge of the
Christian Church at Bowling Green, and
will move there the first of January,
A new piece of music is called the Tobac
co Waltz. It should bo played on a pipe
organ and danced by girls with fine cut features
wearing Connecticut wrappers, and
the gentlemen should wear plug hats and
for a partner.
A certain old preacher In Tennessee is
1 1 J X CI 1! t - .-
uauuu me suusiyinjj prencner." wnen a
congregation becomes tired of it's regular
pastor, the "satisfying" preacher is sent for.
He is so darned mean that the congregation
is generally glad to hold on to its old pastor.
Editors Kehoe and Craddock are hanging
around the free lunch counters at Washington,
and Morey is basking in the sunny
smiles of a new wife ; in the meantime the
people all have'to turn their weary eyes to
the Bourbon News for local and editorial
intelligence of a sparkling nature.
W.J. Kehoe, editor of the Cynthiana
Democrat, lias been appointed Private Secretary
to Speaker Carlisle, at Washington.
This may be a good thing in Mr. Kehoe accepting
this remunerative position for the
of this bo per has this
slt!ous.of SJ200 per annum on qljy papers,
and preferred tp stick to hispbligation to
hiR patrons and-give them ,the. worth of
their toibuey, being his own boss, and yielding"
to the dictates ot npne.
, . .
Mr. Burdette expressed his fun In a neat,
catching way that never failed to bring
down the house. He seldom burlesques his
Ideas, and it is greatly to his credit that he
possesses a kindly humor. Courier-Journal.
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Paul says in a letter U the Thesalonians
','They that will not work should not eat."
It Is mlstaKen charity to maintain any that
can labor in idleness. Paris needs a law to
authorize the putting of all tramps, petty
thieves, and-professional gamblers on the
rock pile. The town and community should
be rid of all such. J. M. THOMAS.
Tho Abrsm Barton Will Case.
The will of Abram Barton, which has
been In contest from probation here for the
past two days, was refused probation by
Judge Turney. The will as read, bequeathed
to the widow, 81,000 during her life, placed in
trust of John Bedford; to Mrs. Thos. Flshef,
53,000; to Miss Mollie Knight, 83,000; to Mrs.
Bowen, 250; the residue of the property after
the indebtedness is paid, to be divided equally
between Miss Knight and Mrs. Fisher.
Josh Barton and Mrs. Amos Jameson were
cut out entirely, on the grounds of having
drawn tho pro rata of the estate. Miss
Knight holds notes against the estate to the
amount of 83,700, credited by S150. '
The Trader, Turfman, Farmer
I Cattle buyers in Hopkins County are paying
two and a h'alf cents gross per pound.
W. T. Buckler, sold his farm of 144 acres
near the Blue Licks to Robt. Overby, for S20
Allen Griggs has sold his farm of 179 acres
in Clark county to A. Howard Hampton at
$35 per acre.
The Hamlltons sold the Wilson farm of
300 acres near Flat Rock, to Geo. Bramblett,
of Nicholas, at $80 per acre.
Chinn!& Morgan, of Harrodsburg, have sold
the chestnut colt Scalper, by War Dance, to
W.B. Jennings, of Mo, 2,500.
Col. W. W. Baldwin, of Maysvllle, purchased
13 mules last court day at Winchester
at prices ranging from $150 to $162 50.
At the Georgetown Tobacco Fair, the samples
which aggregated 500 pounds, were sold
to C. L. Head, of Louisville, at 82 cents per
There were from 800 to 1,000 cattle on the
Winchester market court day, most of which
were sold at 4 and 5c. No horses or mules
of any consequence on the market.
Abram Renick shipped a Short-horn calf
per Adams Express to Powell & Co., Lee's
Summit, Mo. The price of tho calf unknown,
but the express charges amounted
Tho recent rapid advance in the price
of hogs from $4.15 to S5 and $5.10, in this
market is due to tho opening of the packing
season, together with the removal of restrictions
upon American pork into France.
John R. Swiney, surviving.partner of the
firm of Mclntyre & Swiney, will sell, on
December 20th, at Treacy & Wilson's stable,
at Lexington, tho renowned racers Katie
Peace, . Lizzie S., Redstone and a brown
weanling filly by Virgil.
, To the wives of John Garth arid Frank
Born, to. the wife of John Gloyer, of tMs
precinct, a son. Weight 15 pounds.
To the wives of Joseph Fennell ond R. Coffee
, of Cynthiana, a son and daughter.
The wife of Mr. Reese, a drummer from
Winchester, has three living children, the
oldest of which is now but thirty-three
mdnths old, and non? are twins.
Cards are out announcing the marriage of
Judge William Lindsay and Miss Eleanor
Holmes of Frankfort.
A couple were married in Owen county a
few days since, the bride and groom being
each sixteen years of age.
B. F. Ellington and Miss E. B.Martht, of
Nicholas, were married by 'Squire Coons, in
bis office in Maysvllle, last Saturday.
Cards are out announcing the wedding of
Frank K. Rodman, of Frankfort, to Miss Ze
nana Archer, of Cincinnati, O., the
to take place on the 12th inst. at the
Grand Hotel, Cincinnati.
Avery high-toned wedding in colored
tobk place In this city, Wednesday afternoon.
A ticket to this ofllce reads as follows
: "Mrs. Sallie Jones requests your presence
at the marriage of her daughter, Tenia
Jones, to Mr. Edward B. Cooper, on Wednesday,
December 5th, at 8 o'clock. St. Paul's
Church. Reception at Mr. A. N. Smoot's."
The bridal presents given on this occasion
were numerous and costly there being $150
Worth of them having been purchased at a
single store. The groom is from Indianapo
lis, and is a mail agent on one of the roads
running tnrough that city.
v Sid B.Kennedy died at tho residence of
his father, Tuesday afternoon, of consumption.
He had been a sufferer for years, but
had been eonflned to his bed but a short
time. He died almost without a struggle or
pain like falling over to sleep. Funeral
seryices yesterday, by Rev. Henrtly, of Cincinnati,
a Universalist. The remains wwre
escorted to the cemetery by the Masonic Sir
Knights, of which order he was an exemplary
C F. DIBX.AKB & Co. are headquarters- for
Holmes & Coutt's Famous English Buscuits.
Senator Carlislo shaves every morning
AiiDKN Evaporated Fruits, very uc' domestic
dried fruits, best and cheapest, at
Speaks, CirAjruKRS & Co.
Beauregard and Jubal Early receive $10,-000
annuall' each from the Louisiana Lottery.
The celebrated spices, imported by H
A. F.inckney, of New York, can always be
'oTrmnmrr - sransronA
Now-the young married men are looking
all over creation for Christmas
presents for their mothers-in-law;
Thanksgiving Delicacies. Figs, dates,
Ml:jj;a grapes, bananas, celery, Italian
plains, Florida oranges, apples, cocoanuts,
turkey's, cranberries, prunes, raisins, oysters,
mincemeat, &c for sale by
Speaks, CirAjruEus & Co.
C. F. Didlake &. Co.
Matrimony is said to be a lottery,but up to
the hour of colnir to press no law has been
enacted prohibit! the use of the male?.
E. B. Mailory & Co. are unrivalled as
oyster packers. They pack none but fresh
and sound goods. Their cans are full, the
oysters large, and are guaranteed all 0. K.
when they leave tho houses of
Speaks, Chambers &. Co.
C. F. DlDLAEE & Co.
When death occurs in a Boston familj'
the surviving members eat black beans for
a month, as a mark of respect for the dead.
The Justly celebrated "Gold Medal Flour"
is still the leader. Every barrel warranted
or no sale. Small packages neatly
put up for special use. Make your Christmas
cakes of it. Make your buscuits and
rolls with it. Every housekeeper ought to
try it. Spears, Chambers & Co.
C. F. Didlake & Co.
I hereby forwarn all persons that my
lands aro all posted according to law, and
all trespassers will be fined to the fullest
extent of the law. JOSHUA BARTON.
At a meeting of the City Council Dec. 5th.
1883, it was ordered that the City Clerk direct
the attention of the Tax payers of the
city of Paris, Ky., to the fact that their city
taxes for the year 1883 have been due for
some time, and all who are in arrears for
said taxes that if their taxes are not paid
immediately the Collector Is directed to
proceed, as required by law, to collect the
tax by levy and sale of property or properties
on which city taxes are due.
There is no money in the Treasury to pay
the City School teachers and the immediate
collection of the City Revenues will be apparent
to good citizens.
By order of the Council.
WM. S. ALEXANDER,
IT LOOM M LISTEN!
During stoppage of Paris Mills preparatory
to buildina one of the veru best Mills in Ameri
ca, exclusively Holler Machinery and will dispense
with mill stones entirely, except for
grinding corn. We have arranged with our
Brother Millers to supply us with various
grades of flour to run our trade during suspension.
Some of our good grocery friends over
in town officiously inform parties that the
Part Mills have suspended operation and we
are not selling flour, such is not the fact "and
they well know it." Capt. J57. F. Spearsot Bourbon
Mills and Rogers & Boston of Carlisle are
furnishing us a very good fancy flour, and I
have made arrangements with Jtobinson &
Co. of Maysville to furnish us with their celebrated
gold patent flour which the "World
cannot beat." This flour is made exclusively by
full sets of roller machinery, no millstones used
in its manufacture, no half roller process like
some several mills who are shinning flour to
Paris conveying the idea that they makeuW
roller flour. It is impossible to make a quality
of flour by this half process to compete with
full roller flour.
wouia especially request my patrons 10 iry
this Robinson & Co. gold patent flour. Guarantee
to fulty come up to representation or mbney
refunded In fact this guarantee extends to each
and every brand or grade of flour we sell.
Very Kindly and Ever Truly Yours.
Paris. Ky. Dec. 7th. '83. WM.SHAW.
I ff, I KM, Prop'r, W. B, CONWAY, Clerk.
JOfflSOK HOUSE 1
One square from the depot. kod
Livery Stable Attached. The
kindest attention given and guests made
Good Sample Eooms. 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, LIGHTNING and TORNADO POLI
CIES WRITTEN. LOSSES PAID
WM. KENNEY, M. D.,
May be found during the day, when
not professionally engaged, at Brooks &
Lyman's Drug Store , at night, at the residence
of Prof. E. Amende, on High st.
PARIS 'BUS LINE,
L. F. MAKN, Prop. P. CAMPBELL, Snpt.
All trains connected with and calte made anywhere
in the city. Orders left at holel or stable.
Fare, 25 cts. including ordinary baggage
III m fl immim A IE.
Fruits, Cakes, Fancy-Goods,
FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY.
jfcaOne door above the Thurston House
" ESTABLISHED UTISTS.'7
Represents None b.ut FIrst:class Companies.
JETNA, of Hartford.
HOME, of New York.
PHCENIX, 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 THE
Hartford Firs Inns Co.
OFFICE: DEPOSIT BANK, PARIS, KY.
GE0. W. DAVIS,
"Window Shades, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Mattresses, &c.,,
EST Special Attention Given to
Undertaking and Repairing.
Main Street, Paris, Ky.
S. B. EWALT 1
LIVERY SALE AND COMMISSION
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.
PHARES T. THROOP,
CARLISLE, - KY.
Office over B. F. AOtir'fl f roceiy.
H. E. BOSWKLL. yt;m. boswell.
H. E. BOSWELL & SON, Prop'rs,
Centrally located, on Short street, near tho
Rates, S2 per day.
Opp. Odd Fellows Hall .... Pabis, Ky
ATe always ready to wait on the public In
anything pertaining to the barber's line, at
nonular nrices. Call made at nrivate
t donees when necesBary to wait ontholadles,
tne sick, ecu.
JOU 1, UK Prop'r, Jill J, UK, Ctoi
Bates, Two Dollars Per Bay
Nice Sample Eooms for Commercial men.
Lively and Sale Stable Connected
FIRE IISURAHCE !
ar. 3MCB Joannas,
i LARGEST COMPANIES 1
IN TH.E WORLD
Losses Promptly Paid. a
Rates as Low as The Lmcest. "SBt
"BLUE GRASS R0UTEM
f . 0E NTEAL RAIL ROAD.
Is the shortest and Quickest rout
to MISSOURI, KANSAS and
TEXAS. Tickets to all
points North, East
Time Card in Effect Nov. l&th,'83:
Leave Covington 7:40 u m. 2.M0 p in.
Leave Falmoutlr9:15 a m. 4:15 p in.
Leave Cynthiana 10:20 a m. 5:18 p n-.
Leave Paris 10:55 n m. 6:C0 p m.
Leave Winchester 12:00 p m. 7:10'p in.
Leave Richmond 1:55 p m.
Leave Lancaster 3;14 p m.
Arr. Stanford Junction 3:40 p m.
Leave Stanford Junction 10:40 a ni. !
Leave Lancaster 11:04 a m. !
Lonve Richmond 5:40 a ni 12:25 p m '
Arr.at VinchesterC:50am. l:J0pm.
Arr. Paris 7.55 a ni. 2:50 p m. - ,
Leave Cynthiana g:20a m. 8:28 p m.
Leave Falmouth il:.'5 a in. 4:l5 p m.
Arr. at Covington 11:10 a m. o:10 p m.
TRAINS NCin 11.
Leave M:ij svilh 5:40 n in. 12:,'0 p m.
Leave Carlise 7:10 a in. 1.M.S p m.
Leave Millersburg 7:S(' a tvj. 2:!'.t p in.
.Leave 7:o5 a ni. ! u: p m S:M t r.. i
Arrive Lexington t:oO:i.ji: U:in n in ::-.. p m
5:50 p in.
5:!U.- in"7 ir; ? j r ':U j in
Lira vfc :f in ::;. j Ul.
iieiiY'i.!r"Mf i:it-:i in. uw j. n.
Arr. .M:i. s i J Je f : .i; ;. m t: l j in.
Tho Sunday trujn 5'arf:. fo!:;g 'orth
at 2.50 p m and ouili'm ;:o
Special llixtv to
C-For tickets, vato :tiiu p-
talning to time, Ac, t.ll on or
address JOHN NTUAUT,
G. AV. Rendek, C. I Buovif,
Supt. G. P. & b". A.
Gran d .Op era Build'g',
(GEEEN CHEATHAM, Pbop'r.')
One Square from Railroad Depot AU
Baggage transferred to and fro, fre nl
MVERY STABUS ATTACHED
T. W. POTTS, -
& reea Stable
CARLISLE, KY. '
Horses boarded, trained and sold on
commission. Livery rigs always kept for
public hire. Terms reasonable.
'Kimmy' Kimbeough, Jas. S. Huff
KIMBROUGH & HUFF, Prop's.
Large and Commodious Sample Rooms
on first floor for commercial men. Baggage
transferred to and from tho depot
J23.0. "3?. ECIKFTON'
lull line of furnltrre, ceffins, burial
JA. suits, carpets, . " brae . set pictures, -a ' win .
dow hangin s, scM const, any on nana, ana
will be, sol to compete with Cincinnati