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Spanish Onions, 10 cents each, or thee for
Hogs -were sold as high as $5.50 per cwt.
here yesterday, for home use.
Jeff Mabttn and Ellen Tevls, got hitched
at the Court-house, yesterday.
John K. Polk, who killed Mart Owens at
Roundston, on Nov. 21, has delivered himself
The latest report is that 100,000 unarmed
Kentuckians are in "Washington seeking
At Cynthiana, George Martin seriously
cut J. M. Lowry, with whom he had drank
Mayor Purnell fined Alf Worn'ell $10 and
costs, for driving a drove- of -cattle through
the city, Sunday. .
boy named Lewis, while
loading a pistof to shoot his father, accident
ally shot himself:
The grand Jury found 44 indictments at
Mt. Sterling, principally against infractors
of the local option.
Christmas is coming at a Maud S. gait,
and not a church oyster has yet been driven
through the water.
RATCiiiFF & Howe have rentodjthe Kim.
brough House, at Carlisle, and wil take possession
Kentucky Representatives introduced 150
private bills in Congress, Monday, most of
them for war claims.
A colored man, with his wife, and one
small dog, captured fourteen fat 'possums
in one night in Franklin county.
Trains will run through from Owensboro
to Russellvilie on the Owensboro and Nashville
railroad by the last of this week.
Herman Wagoner, a tailor, was run
over and killed by the cars while walking
on the track in the suburbs of Hopklnsville
Geo Blair, colored, broke into a store
near Honkinsville. and was surrounded and
shot to death by a band of citizens as he ran
The Interior Journal says that public opinion
is about equally divided in Garrard
county as to George Denny's guilt or innocence.
The freight business is remarkably dull
on the K. C. this week; several trains failed
to go out for want of something to
Edward O'Sullivan, formerly a me
cnant,TVas'foUnddeadin bed at Flemings-burg,
Tuesday morning. He was a subject
" ' .
Marksberry's ware-house containing 5,000
bushels of wheat, barley and hemp seed,
burned Wednesday morning at Lancaster.
At Lexington the Circuit Court awarded
Miss Georgia Richardson $300 in her suit
against John P. Haines for S10.000 damages
for slandering her.
Husbands, sweethearts and those wanting
to be such and cannot, can succeed in their
cherished desires by buying their Christmas
presents from Croxton.
Lev. Forquer played robber at Eminence,
"just for fun,'' and was shot dead by a colored
boy who was sent around the house to ascertain
what the noise was.
train for Lexington,
The noon passenger
ran off the track at the Richmond Junction,
near the fair grounds yesterday, on account
of a misplaced switch. No damage.
We have a secret to tell our readers to-day.
It is this: JoeZ. Croxton has the largest
and finest stock of toys ever brought to this
city. They range from a cent to 25 each.
Burdette's subject for his lecture next
Wednesday evening, is "The Pilgrimage of
the Funny Man." Lecture at 8'clock. All
church people and all others should hear
John Brent swore out an injunction Wednesday
to stop the K. C. workmen from' laying
the sido track to their coal elevator, but
before the injuction could ne servuu m
track was laid.
' A drunken man named Embry, got into a
private difllculty with his team, near Spring
Lick, and cut one horse's throat and was
going to kill the other one, but was prevented
by a neighbor.
Joe Croxton's store is now the center of
attraction in this city, on account of his
having on hand a freight train load of toys,
Christmas candies, &c. Anything you call
for, he has in stock.
Marion Cheatham, foimerly of Montgomery
county, where he married a Miss
Orear committed suicide near Butler, Mo.,
by tying a 30 pounds rock to his neck and
jumping into a well.
W. H. Whaley bought a flock of turkeys
last week and made good money. This week
being flushed with success, he bought
another flock of twenty-two from a colored
man, and lost ten cents on them.
The reason that business failures are on
the increase in the Union, is that the population
is on the increase, and that there are
too many going into business
that don't know anything about It.
Rev. J. W. Handley, the Universalist who
preached the funeral of Sid B. Kennedy.will
deliver a free lecture on Universalianism, at
our Court-house, Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock. Everybody respectfully Invited.
The Ladies' Aid Society played to a crowded
hall last night. The play was. an
cast representing different nations .paying
homage to America the source of their
enlightment in way of religious
At Newport a horse attached to a wagon
in which nine small children had been left
oy careless parents took fright and ran a
mile before ho was stopped. The children
"Were all right, the wagon having failed to
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The unknown lady who drowned herself
at the foot of Smith street, Cincinnati, on
Friday, is believed to have been Miss Ollie
Hubbuard, of Maysvllle, who quarreled with
Mrs. J. K. Clark sold 15 turkey hens that
averaged 10 pounds, and 21 goblersthat averaged
22 pounds. One hen which weighed
17 pounds she kept for a brood hen. These
were all last Spring's hatching, and were
sold at 2 each.
The Lexington Transcript at this early
day suggests that the people might do worse
next time than elect Gen. Basil W. Duke, of
Louisville, Governor, presumably, for the.
purpose reinstating Dick Morgan as steward
of the Asylum.
Geo. Menifee, colored, died last week,
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from wearing tfgreen and red striped flan
nel shirt. The flesh sloughed from his body
in a putrid mass before death relieved him
of his sufferings.
A gang of burglars, after robbing most of
the houses in Lexington, have commenced
operations at this place. On Wednesday
night they robbed Judge Matt Turney's
house of all the solid silverware in it, leaving
all of the plated ware.
The alarm of fire was given Wednesday
night about nine o'clock, in contequence of
some bluegrass chaff which was piled
against Jos. Neely's stable having been set
on fire. The Rescues promptly responded to
the call but were not needed.
John W. Watson, of Maysvllle, has bought
a fourth interest in the Clay distillery near
this city, and the company has determined
to start it to running about the first of
March. There is also a prospect of Mr. Watson
becoming a citizen of our city.
Toney Jones, of Lexington, who was ar
rested rnd bailed out for stealing a horse at
Georgetown, was again arrested at Lexington,
for stealing .two cows at Newtown. He
was again bailed out by his father, who has
since assigned and skipped out for Virginia.
A national congress of rare imported antiquated
smells down in the bottom near
Houston bridge, lias been broken up and
cleared out by the city authorities. It is
said that Judge Turney and Harry analyzed
and catalouged 3,900 out of a possible
4,000 of them.
Saturday night, while driving in the vicinity
of Kiddville, Clark county horse
of Geo. A. Bean took fright, ran away,
broke up his buggy and threw "him to the
ground, broke several ribs and gave him
several other injuries. Mr. Bean is a prominent
farmer and Short-horn breeder in
The mall-carrier between our
and the depot, has treated.him.self to one of
the new hand-carts of which our Circuit
Clerk Jos. M. Jones is the patent2e. It is a
very handsome and convenient little vehicle.
The express companies robbed the
poor boy of something over 311 for bringing
it from Chicago.
The Board of Commissioners of the Lexington
Insane Asylum, met Wednesday,
and refused to ratify the appointment of
Leach as receiver, and have placed themselves
in open conflict with the Governor
and other State authorities. The Governor
Will be justifiable in inviting the board to
resign, and will probably do so "to-day.
Tom Henry, In a card published In the
Frankfort Yeoman, says: "I am perfectly
willing yea, anxious that a jury of honest,
fair and sober newspaper men (I presume the
latter named class can be found) investigate
my standing here and elsewhere, and I will
cheerfully submit to a fair and candid report'
however severe it may be, without a word of
The new comet can now be seen by the
naked eye after sunset in the northwest,
near the star Vega, (just where we said it
would appear) the only star of the first magnitude
in that vicinity. Through the telescope
it looks half the size of the moon,
with Just the suggestion of a tail. By the
latter part of January it will drop down to
within 70,000,000 miles of the sun, and it will
be much brighter than when it made it's
starring tour in 1812.
Col. Jno. Caldwell will sell at public sale
to-morrow at 2 o'clock, the property on
Main street, now occupied by renters, nearly
opposite Odd Fellow's Hall. This property
Is the most desirable of any in the city
now on the market, and at no distant day
will be a bonanza. The property is now
paying 6 per cent rental on the capital invested,
besides, it is growing in value each
day, on account of It's magnificent location,
Which will soon become the business center
of the city.
At the distillers convention at Lexington,
Wednesday, a resolution was adopted cutting
down next year's product as follows:
Distilleries with a daily capacity of 2,000
bushels will be reduced 20 per cent.; 1,500
bushels, 22 per cent.; 1,200 bushels, 24 per
cent.; 1,000 bushels, 25 per cent.; 800 bushels,
30 per cent.; GOO bushels, 35 per cent.; 500 bushels,
37 per cent.; 400 bushels, 40 per cent.; 300
bushels, 45 per cent.; 250 bushels, 50 per cent.;
200 bushels, 65 per cent.; 100 bushels, 70 per
cent.; 50 bushels, 75 per cent.
Arrested for Infanticide.
Yesterday morning a dog was found
walking around Clays ville, a suburban village
of this city, with the leg of a newly-born
mulatto infant in it's mouth. The facts
being reported to Coroner Ed. Ray, a jury
was summoned, who repaired to the village,
and a search being made, the other leg and
that portion of the body from the waist up
was found. The legs had been cut off with a
knife, and the body had been cut in halves
at the waist, and the pieces thrown into the
yards of different residences all having
been found but the lower portion of the
body, save the legs. Suspicion at once pointed
to a colored woman named Rachael Murphy,
daughter of Dan Murphy, in whose
yard a portion of the remains were found.
The jury found that the remains were those
of a child given birth to by Rachael Murphy,
and that the child was born alive. The brutal
mother being arrested, confessed her
guilt to Jailor McCarney, but said that the
child lived but an hour, and died a natural
death. A white man is said to be the father
4tf the child.
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VOL. II. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1883. NO. J 88.
Dr. Tilton Is very ill, at Carlisle.
Flour is $40 per barrel at some of the
mines in Montana.
Charlie Swift, of Clark county, is a Juror
in the United States Court, at Covington,
The Bourbon Club will probably have a
hop at the Bourbon House, during the holidays.
Eld. Clay, from spent se
eral days visiting relatives here this
Mr. T. Hierly, solicitor for the Maysvllle
Republican, paid us a call Wednesday afternoon.
H. M. Roseberry hns returned home from
much improved in"
Mrs. Theodore Tilton is teaching music
in Brooklyn. H. W. B. now has no desire to
Hon. Tom Stuart, of Winchester, and
many other presidential aspirants, are in
Masquerade mite society meeting tonight
at the Kimbi'ough House, Carlisle, by
the Methodist ladies.
There are 227 theatrical companies on the
road in the United States, and Paris can't
get a show of any kind.
Misses Jennie B. Lackey, of Laucaster
ICy., and Lillie E. Goodloe, of New Orleans)
are visiting Mrs. Chas. Stepens.
Mrs. Johanna Lipp celebrated her 100th
birth-day of Maysvllle, and was visited by
300 persons, most of whom gave presents.
Polk Forsyth says F. L. McChesney's
mission in Washington, is to get the appointment
of Minister to the Guano Islands.
About the only thing that approximates
tne watermelon ana circus season witn your
uncle black man, is now almost at his door
C. E. Rice, the junior member of the
firm of R. M. Rice & Co., North Middletowh,
is in Cincinnati, buying a lot of specialties
for the holiday trade.
One dollar loaned at 24 per cent for 100
years, compounded, would amount to 2,-551,799,104.
Somebody loan us one for a hundred
years and -we'll prove it.
A Lexington distiller received orders
from eight States for whisky, Wednesday.
What are so many Kentuckians doing away
from home at this time of the year ?
Young men of this city are now straining
their eyes redlooking
glasses, hunting for the new comet The
roofs on the saloons-, though, generally
it from their vision.
Mr. Kloilenklloffenjdorferjal), a young
Russian tailor in the employ of Davis &
Davis, is a member of Prof. Osborne's dancing
class. H can only speak two words of
English, but can sling a regular United i
States foot in dancing.
-"Sarah Bernhardt," says Oscar Wilde "is
all moonlight and sunlight combined, exceeding
terrible, magnificently glorious.
Mary Anderson is pure and fearless as a
mountain daisy ; full of change as a river ;
tender, fresh, sparkling, brilliant superb,
Prof. Osborne's dancing class met Tuesday
night for the first time, in the dining
room of the Bourbon House. Eighteen
scholars were present, and all were delighted
with the Professor's mode of instructions.
He has a school of etiquette in connection
with the exercises, which adds a
polish to the gawky youth not attained elsewhere.
There is a beautiful Christmas fragrance
in the air. In all the stores all over the city
the windows are beginning to acknowledge
the reign of the great coming king Santa
Claus. No monarch in the world rules over
a greater empire. He is enshrined, in the
hearts of millions of the little ones of every
race and of every clime. In no part of the
world is he more of a king than in the republic.
He is the only king we know the
king of peace, of good will, of all the tender-est
affections that humanity can feel. He
comes to us In the season of storms, but no
tropic sun ever scattered more warmth thau
is diffused from his heavy
locks. There is no music so sweet as the
footfall of his reindeer. May it be heard in
every home on the coming Christmas Eve.
The Shannon correspondent of the Mays-ville
Bulletin, who attended the Sweeney
and Hansford debate, has the following to
say of it : The recent debate at Sardis has
profoundly affected the thought of this
neighborhood. People are searching and
quoting the scriptures to sustain their positions
and many of them In trying to justify
their prejudices are heaping infamy upon
the Deity. People go through this world
sinning and repenting, doing good and evil,
and I insist that in the next world, as in
this, the most depraved will have the hope
of reform and the endless chance of good. I
can't regard Jehovah as the keeper of a
prison from whence none ever come, where
no pardons are ever issued. Such things are
done here on earth of respect for the human
standard of justice, and surely the God of infinite
wisdom and mercy can never fall below
the idea of depraved and barbarous
Tlie Trader, Turfman, Farmer
Jas. Donnell, of Nicholas, sold to W. W.
Adams, of Lexington, a bay gelding for $425.
Corn is being delivered at the Chillesburg
depot, in Fayette county, at SI 35 per barrel.
James and Brice Letton sold 85 shoats to J,
W. Ferguson, to follow cattle feeders, at 4
cents per pounds.
W. II. Wilson and Noah Diltz, of Cynthiana,
sold to Col. Broadhead, of .Milwaukee,
their 2-year-old filly Indigo, by Indian Chief,
Mr. Clarkson, at Ewalt's Cross Roads, sold
his crop of ten acres, to Charlie Clarke, of
Millersburg, at 15 cents all around and $25
A wagon load of Irish potatoes were sold
in Glasgow last week, every potato weighing
over a pound, and many of them a
pound and a half each.
The committee appointed to investigate
the eligibility of the Buckner Jerseys to registration,
has reported favorably, and they
are admitted to registration. This ends the
Jersey war in Bourbon. ,
Will Pfper is home to spend the holidays.
Miss Ida Victor is home from Harrods
burg, to spend the holidays.
Miss Fannie Clarke has gone West, and
will spend the winter in Indianapolis and
Mr. Samuel Martin has gone out West on
a abort trip. The people look upon this trip
John Cook, a tony young book-keeper, of
Cincinnati, is the guest of John Hamilton,
and is recreating for several daysi
Frank Champ sold his black pacing gelding
Friday, to Buck Dickerson, the great
'Pacing horse man of Indiana, for $500.
It is secretly whispered that a wealthy old
sWidOWer ana n hiiiidsnmp. vnnnor Inriv nn
CaneRldge, are to be married jai. au eariy
Mac Miller and wife attended the wedding
of Mr. Ward Sullivan and Miss Alice Gard
ner, yesterday, at the Methodist church, in
Charlie Turner, colored, has been arrested
and held to bail in the sum of tloO, on the
charge of outraging the person of Winnie
Josh Barton has decided to hold his next
sale of Short-horn at Kansas City, next
fall, and will also hold a sale of trotters at
nome, next spring.
Mrs. Belle Taylor has been paid her church
debt at last. by. the Christian Church ladies.
They areputting a new roof on their church.
The men, oh ! where are they ?
Harmon Ayers took to Missouri with him,
George Ann Miller and her husband, as servants;
servants were so scarce in Missouri
that himself and son had been doing their
own cooking for months.
John S. Vimont, 85 years of age, ate his
second meal in the town of Millersburg (ex-
uii nuiuL'j at me select musn supper, lie
has lived here all his life, and once ate with
his old friend Jane Kinnear.
Stuart. Johnson has purchased 1,000 acres
of land near Albany, lexas. The land is all
enclosed by wire fence, has on it a fair frame
house and never failing water. He also nets
I head of cattle, 4 horses and farming implements.
Price paid, $7,100.
Instead of the usual invitation about
Christmas time to partake of the contents
of the "littlo Brown Jug," wo hear, "Please
sir put a niekle in my jug for the missionary
cause," and the wee tiny ones say: "Jfa
says put a niekle in my jug."
A breeze of excitement was occasioned by
the running away of a horjie attached to I.
li. Sandusky's dogcart; the occupants were
Miss T. Vimont and Miss Annie
Xo serious daimigu to the young
ladies, but the dog cart was considerably
broken up, as it was upset near lhe
and not dashed against the rocks.
John P. Darnell, of Savannah, CSa. and
Miss Mary Andrews, of Flcmingsburg, got
Richard Strohn and Miss Annie Stahl, of
Lexington, were married in the Court-house
Wednesday evening, by Judge Turney.
(Mr. James Shaw and MissrEliza Owens, of
North Middletown, were married In the
Court-house hefe Wednesday, by Judge
Judge William Linsdtiy and Miss Elcaw r
Holmes were married at Frankfort Wednesday.
The bridal trip includes Macon, New
Orleans and Havanna.
Last Monday, at Owenton, Mr. B. G. Mor-Jane
gan, aged years, and Miss
Smith, aged twenty-three years," were
in the street, while sitting on their
Dunlap Howe, of Carlisle, was married
Wednesday, to Miss Lizzie Lee Stitt, daughter
of H. M. Stltt, at Flemlngsburg. Sam
Howe, of Cincinnati, and Miss Tommie
Stitt were the attendants.
Mose Glenn and M. V. Bostain, of Carlisle,
have been presented Christmas gifts by their
wives already. Daughters to both.
C. F. DinLAKE & Co. arc headquarters for
Holmes & Coutt's Famous English Buscuits.
There's a town in Arizona, named "God
Forbid." It Is not far from "Tombstone."
Amex Evaporated Fruits, very fine, domestic
dried fruits, best and cheapest, at
Spears, CiiAsniEns & Co.
For Sale. First-class piano, good as new
at a bargain. Address Post Office box 129.
The celebrated spices. Imported by H. F.
A. Pinckney, of 2few York, can always be
found with Speaks, Chambers & Co.
These beautiful sunsets are playing to
crowded still-waltz parties at the front gates
Thanksgiving Delicacies. Figs, dates,
Malaga grapes, bananas, celery, Italian
plums, Florida oranges, apples, cocoanuts,
turkeys, cranberries, prunes, raisins, oysters,
mincemeat, &c, for sale by
SPEAits, Chambers & Co.
C. F. Didlake & Co.
Frank James has joined the church.
About the first religious act that he would
be guilty of after getting out, would be to
pass the hat around.
E. B. Mai.IjOIIY & Co. are unrivalled as
oyster packers. Thoy pack none but fresh
and sound goods. Their cans are full, the
oysters large, and are guaranteed all O. K.
when they leave the houses of
Spears, Chambers & Co.
C. F. Didlake 6c Co.
Young man, your mother-law will expect
something grand as a Christmas gift, and
her detective eagle eye will permit no shoddy
gift with the price marked up to ten
Mrs. S. J. Turney has returned from Cincinnati,
where she purchased a large stock
of Christmas goods, consisting of fancy notions,
dolls, &c, tc. She has also put down
the price on her large stock of millinery
goods and will rush them off at amazingly
low figures. Be sure to call and see her before
buying your holiday goods.
Major Chennewokth's old war horse died
at Maysvillo, on Thanksgiving das', at 29
years of age.
The justly celebrated "Gold Medal Flour"
is still the leader. Every barrel warranted
or no sale. Small packages neatly
put up for snecial use. Make your Christmas
cakes of it. Make your buscuits and
rolls with it. Every housekeeper ought sto
try it. Spears, chambers & Co.
C. F. Diblake & Co.
RESIDENCE FOR RENT
Main street, Paris, Ky., has
four'goodrodms, cellar, &C Good cistern,
garden and other conveniences on the
premises. OSSIAN EDWABDS..
W. I , JKOIf, Prop'r,
W, B, (Hf, Cleifc,
One square from the depot. Good
Livery Stable Attached. Th
kindest attention given and guests made
Good Sample Kooms. A table filled
with all all the delicacies of the season.
Fire Insurance Agent
CITIZENS BANK, J - PARIS, KY.
Represents FIVE FIRST-CLASS
CASH ASSETS OYER $20,000,000.00:
FIRE, LIGHTNING and TORNADO POLICIES
WRITTEN. LOSSES PAID
WM. KENNEY, M. D.,
MEDICINE & SURGERY,
May be found during tin inv, wlun
not professionally engaged, at Brooks &
Lyman's Drug Store, at night, at the residence
of Prof. E. Amende, on High st.
a."wtfcE'1 XfctVwJ .-. !
PARIS 'BUS LINE 3
L. F. MANX, lrop. r. CA31PKKLL, Supt.
All trains connected teitJi and call made anywhere
in the city. Order t'jt at hotel" or stable.
J'are, l27 ctx. including ordinary baggage
&353S2&S d yuiu yy i iUiisUs
- DKVJ.KK IN
Fruits, Cakes, Fancy
Goorts, Cigars and
FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY.
S$"Oll l'r ;l!xf !h ra i !imtin TlnsK
ESTABLISHED IN 1873.
Kip resents Xone but First:class Companies.
iETXA, of Hartford.
HOME, of New York.
PNOSNIX, of Hartford.
KENTON, of Covlnctou.
FRANKLIN, of Philadelphia.
SUN FIRE OFFICE, of England.
LIVERPOOL & LONDON & ti LO BE,England
JOHN W. BOULDEN, Agent.
R. B. BOULDEN, Solictor.
JOHN B. NORTHOOTT,
AGENT FOR THE
Hariford Fire Insurance Go,
OFFICE: DEPOSIT BANK, PARIS, KY.
Window Shades, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Mattresses, &c.,
1ST Special Attention Given to
Undertaking and Repairing.
Main Street, Paris, Ky.
S. B. EYALT,
LIVERY SALE AND COMMISSION
High Street, Paris Kentucky.
Will break colts to best advantage.
Horses bougbt 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. L Hair's grocery.
R. St. RICE. C. E. RICE.
R. M. RICE k SOH,
AIO HEADERS IN AIL KINDS OF
Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper,
"Window Shades, and Furniture
NORTH MIDDLETOWN, - KY.
Special attention given to UNDERTAKING.
An elegant-new hearse: all kinds of
caskets and wooden cases, and robes of all
kinds on hand.'
"We beg your inspection and solicit your
patronage. R. M. RICE & SON.
J, UK Prop'r, Ml J. UK ftd
Rates, Two Dollars Per Day,
Kice Sample Rooms or Cohiinyreittl ii-Hl,
Livery and Sale Stnhk Ctyrwedcrl)
Aqeut pon '-
7 LARGEST COMPANIES 1
IN THE WORLD
T,omscs Promptly Paid. a
& Rates as Low 8 The Lmvert. -a
K. CENTRAL RAIL RCAD.
Is the shortest and auickest route
to MISSOURI, KANSAS and
TEXAS. Tickets to all
points North, East
Time Card in Effect Nov. l8th,'S3:
Li'iivo Paris 10:a ,'p hk r "'
hmvf. p 7:i p
Lch e J:;7 u m.
Leave Lancaster 3;N p in.
A rr. Stanford
Junction S:i() p m.
LonveSfniifoid Junction in.
Leave I JJ:4 a m
Lei. ve Richmond 5:J0 a in l'2:2o p m
' r1'" p J a in. wo p IIK
Leave Cynthiana ::; a m. 3S
t.o.,i. t. ..!..." ".;:.: - .'-' iJ "
T .'"""""' -n ni. ) m
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Leave !ays ille n:-l(i a m. Y2:'.i i, m
ailisi 7:!(.-a m. lf.Si. m.
m. 2:iii m.
Arrive LrxliVMon r.o , , nll5 a ni S:40 Jlu
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I iIin.''t f: f :W nniTa in 2 p in r,$r vm
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Leave t r7:ii':, m. iOn m.
Arr. ,!n y 3, n, S:I0 p m.
T!ifStmda train passes Paris coini? North
at U..IU p m and MuUi at V.HO
Special Rates to JSMIGKASTS
3"For tickets, rates and information pertaining
to time, conneetions, e., eall on or
address JOHN STUART. Agent.
G. W. JiEXDEK, C. L. Bkowx,
Supt. G. P. & F. A.
MEKCHIT Til I.
(GREEN CHEATHAM, Pkop'r.)
One Square from Railroad Depot All
Baggage transferred to and fro, fret or
LIVERY STABIiE ATTACHED
T. W. POTTS,
& reea Stable
Horses boarded, trained and sold on
commission. Livery rigs always kept for
public hire. Terms reasonable.
H. E. BOSWELL. W. n. BOSWELL.
H. E. BOSWELL & SON, Prop'rs.
Centrally located, on Short street, near the
Post-office. Rates, $2 per day.
Opp. Odd Fellows Hji ll .... Pabis, Ky
Are always ready to wait on the public 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.
full line of furnltvre, cefflns, burial'-
.&. suits, carnets. brae set pictures, win
dow hangings, &c, constt ntly on hand, aad
will bo sold to compels with Cincinnati