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The City School closed yesterday for the
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Christmas holidays. ,
Town "was lull of people yesterday, notwithstanding
the rain. ,'
Stoneb was on a.T.Efenry 'way up, yesterday,
and out of Its banks.
High Mass was celebrated at the Catholic
hurch this morning at 5 o'clock.
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Christmas gift! Pay -what you owe us,
and you needn't give us anything.
GenebaIi Pbyok received $15,000 for doing
nothing towards saving O'Donnell's neck.
The Methodist Sunday School of this city,
will have an entertainment next Sunday
morning.
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We didn't hang Up a darned stocking last
night. It was a now one, and it 'was full of
good advice.
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All of ye that have bald heads, assemble
them on the front seats at the Opera House
to-morrow night.
)!. Fkikdman -was tried yesterday n a writ
of lunatico inguirendo, and was ordered sent
to the Insane Asylum.
Ihe express company here is handling
more packages of Christmas goods than last
year, butthe packages are.smaller.
Maj. Ta&'s English setter "Lit," won
the S1,000 prizet the three-days' trial at
Grand Junction, Tennessee, last week.
The Lexington daily papers are boring
their readers to death, by their satirical cuts
at each other. The people pay for news, not
bickerings.
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Col. T. L. Jones has returned from Europe,
and is an announced candidate for Senator.
Ho should be made overseer of a county
road instead.
The Mt. Olivet Tribune quotes rabbits (
quails 8 and pheasants 20 cents; It also
says that 2,500 rabbits were brought to that
place last week.
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An Atlanta wholesale coal dealer has his
coal delivered to his customers in cars with
locked covers on top, in order that they may
get all they buy.
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The Cincinnati Music Hall will be turned
into an immence southern garden during
the mammoth minstrel festival, commencing
December 31st.
The mayors of Maysvllle, Lexington and
Cynthlana, have shut down on the shooting
of are crackers in their respective towns
during Christmas.
A tournament for a gold medal will be
shot to-day at Covington, with live pigeons,
S5. entrance, and 20 yards rise for single, and
2lor double birds.
Webling, the butcher, will ship another
car-load of dressed beof and mutton to Now
York, to-morrow. He made good money on
the last car shipped.
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The mountain districts of Kentucky,
along the Cincinnati Southern Railway,
furnished thousands of Christmas trees for
Cincinnati, last week.
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This will be a good week for bragging on
tobacco, in social conversation. Whiskey
can make a man brag a mean crop Into a
one anytime.
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Ten inches of snow melted in twenty-four
hours by a big rain, is exactly what saddened
theliearts of those who bought fine sleighs
P--for Christmas sleighing.
G. AV. Hutton, of Fox Creek, Fleming
county, killed two deer and ran another one
in his neighborhood, last week. He also
found several bear tracks.
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A red-headed printer named Jones, is
doing up the Kentucky towns in grand style.
He is a professional beat and thief In every
sense of tho word. Look out for him.
Yesterday when Miss Ruby Lowry was
shopping in the store of J. "W. Davis & Co., a
pickpocket cut hor cloak pocket open and
stole her pocket-book containg ten dollars.
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The big sleet Saturday nightplayed smash
with the fruit and forest trees all over the
county. At the fair grounds, the roof on
one of the stables fell in -from the great
weight.
Nathan & Co.'s circus which showed here
last Spring, was sold out by the sheriff in
Kansas, last week, was bought by John Robinson
and the Sells Bros. The original Cost
Af as S100,000, but it went for a song.
'Squire Harris, of this city, has a Bamah
hen that has laid three eggs in the last three
days which averaged four ounces each. One
of them weighed 4 ounces. The weight of
ordinary eggs is but two ounces on an average.
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Saturday, at Olympia, Dan Ledford shot
Marshall Pegram three times in the head,
side and knee. Ledf ord's father ran between
the combatants, and got shot in the breast,
which will probably prove fatal. Pegram
will live.
Suns may come and go like a gum plank
on a hen house and moons may wane, but
this paper makes it Christmas, New Years'
and Fourth of July greetings to its readers
all the same never tiring, never shrinking
from duty.
Miss Julia A. Hunt, the talented little
Kentucky actress, will appear at our Opera
House, Friday night in "Among the Fogies,"
and Saturday night in "Pearl of Savoy."
..jjMlss Julia is quite a favorite here, and will
Swell received as usual.
Rekember the Rentz-Santley Novelty and
Burlesque Company, at our Opera House,
to-morrow night. Although tho company
dresses somewhat after the order of the
Black Crook troupe and the Alice Oates
Opera Company, it is a chaste exhibition,
and one well-deserving a liberal patronage.
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Send postal card request for a sample
copy of the Washington World nnd Citizen-
Soldier, the Old Soldiers' paper, the
paper, the Family paper, the paper
for everybody published every Saturday;
eight pages, 48 columns; price only 'one dollar
a year. Address, "The Washington
WotM, 1006 F St., Washington, U C."
Fourteen rabbits were killed on the
race track last" Thursday, Hand several
of tho flock got away.
ScoHHdrel, Take Notice!
,HEscun.drel tnat addresses his Postal
caras to LiuUps nfPorio vv oi nin j,i.
self Tip-top had better with hold further
proceedings, or he will be severely dealt
witn, as he is known. Old Subscriber.
.
Out of thirty weekly newspapers which
come to this office as exchanges, only about
three or four show any signs of editorial or
Aocai moor in their columns. They are made
on the
plan, and
are edited by typos and outsiders who want
to be bragged on free.
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This office is in receipt of the following
Din or iare to be served at the Crawford
House, Cincinnati, to-day:
Blue Points. Soup St. Jullen. Fish
Sed Bass, Ancovy sauce; Kennebec Salmon,
oyal sauce. "Roast-Suckling Pig, stufl&d,
Apple Marmalade: Sirloin of Beef; Turkey,
Cranberry Jelly; Goose, Crab Apple sauce.
Radishes. Lobster Salad. Celery. Entrees
Veal Sweetbreads, with French Peas. Panned
Oysters; Asparagus on Toast; Tenderloin
of Venisen, larded, Champagne sauce. Game
Roast English Pheasant' with Bread sauce:
Canvas Back Duck, Currant Jelly; Saddle of
Black Bear, Game sauce. Vegetables Fried
Sweet Potatoes; Mashed Potatoes; Green
Peas; Onions; Stewed Tomatoes; Lima Beans.
Pastry English Fruit Pudding, Hard sauce;
Peach Meringue Pie; Mince Pie; Green Gage
Pie; Citron Pound Cake; Black Fruit Cake;
Silver Cake; Cream Sponge Cake; Almond
Jumbles; Macaroons. Dessert Bananna Ice
Cream; Malaga Grapes; Figs; Oranges; Claret
Wine Jelly; Cream Candles; Nuts. Coffee.
Tea.
The Hunchback.
The performance of "The Hunchback," by
Frederick Paulding and Josephine Reiley,at
our Opera House, Friday night, was the best
performance that has appeared here since
our residence in this city and. one of tho
poorest houses turned out to see it, as usual.
It was a 59 house, and the management lost
over a cool hundred. It is no wonder that
but few good troupes ever stop here; they
fail to be appreciated, and go away cursing
the town.
Miss Reiley is not a handsome or even
comely Julia, but her acting is faultless,
and he who criticises it, but shows his ill
Judgment. Mr. Spauldlng as'Hunchback"
probably has no superior in the role on the
American stage. The support was only
so-so, but still, it was good enough for any
country town.
Harry Townsend, of the Townsend Dramatic
Troupe which played here, Millers-burg
and Carlisle about four years ago, was
one of the support, but was given a very
quiet place as "Lord Tinsel." Harry is a
good actor, and shows up well as a Richard,
inShakspeare.
The Trader, Turfman, Farmer
9 and Sportsman.
Russell Mann sold to Josh Barton, a Goodness
Short-horn cow, for S112.50.
J. H. Fullcnwider, of Shelby county, raised
294 bushels of corn on three acres of ground.
Charlie Croxton sold his fine Short-horn
bull Londen Duke 59th, to Joseph Hughes.of
Boone county.
Owing to large exportation of fine cattle
the supply of Christmas meats In the Eastern
cities is scarce, and prices are high.
Wanted Fifteen or twenty acres of good
tobacco land with a good barn. Will refer to
W. T. Overby & Co.
3t R. S. SCOTT, Paris, Ky.
P. Lorillard's winnings last season
amounted to S57,91L The Dwyers won about
3125,000; more than anjT other owners in this
country or in Europe.
At C. A. Farra's sale of Shorthorns in Jessamine
county, seventeen cows aggregated
52,G90, an average of 155, and tWo bulls
brought S110, or $55 each.
Out of one hundred and nineteen horses
that have trotted a mile in, 250 or better
thirty-two were bred in Kentucky, and these
comprise the two at the head of the list-Maud
S, 2:U and Jay-Eye-See, 2:10.
At a sale of Holsteins Nov.28, the property
of Chas. Crapser, Cresco, Iowa, fifty-one head
were sold for 541,930, an average of $811.57.
Considering the short time they have been
introduced into America this is a remarkable
sale and probably equaled by no other
under similar conditions.
J. W. Lucas sold at public auction on the
square, Saturday, the following Short-horns:
1 Mason Duchess, by Sockburn Duke
(9128) to Clayton Howell, 135;
2 Mason Duchess, by Louden Duke (17606),
J. N. Caldwell, $145.50;
3 Duchess of Leesburg, by Louden Duke
10th, to Clayton Howell, $140;
4 5th Duke of Leesburg, by Lord Darlington,
to Clayton Howell, $70;
5 and 6 Mason Duchess 13th and 14th,
(calvos) by Renlck Leslie (11373) to F. J. Bar-bee,
$135;
7 Pedigree unknown, to Clayton Howell,
$30;
8 Earl of Chesterfield, by 3d Earl of Ches
terfield, to Clayton Howell, $40.
Smith Hildreth, while at Atlana, Ga., with
stock for the past two months, made headquarters
at Miller & Brady's stable, and says
that they treated him. so well that he hated
to return home for the holidays. The Atlanta
Daily Journal says of that popular
firm:
Among the firms in our city deserving of
especial mention as a leader in our development
in this direction, there is none more
thoroughly prominent than Messrs. Miller &.
Bradv, at No. 16 Lloyd street, adjoining the
Markham House. This firm has seenred and
maintained an extensive correspondence
with shippers from all parts of the country,
and are perhaps better posted to-day than
any one as to future prospects for this especial
development In Atlanta's progress.
They have handled aud are still handling
this characteristic of their business have
one of tho finest livery stables in the South.
The Rutland (Vt.) Herald and Glabellas the
following to say of two of our Jersey traders:
Ttswis & Rosrers of Paris. Ky.. were in town
yesterday, loading, for shipment South, a
herd of 63 registered and high grade Jersey
cattle selected from the fine herds of Messrs.
Grlswold, Berge, Cutts, Smith and others.
In choosing the animals, the gentlemen gave
decided preference to those sired and in calf
by tno Dim unampiam, owneu uy rj. u.
of Orwell, wnich shows fine breeding,
not only in the United States, but in the island
of Jersey. Champlain won first prize
at the Vermont State fair; first prize and a
rnld medal at the Washington county agri
cultural society, New York, September, 1883.
The animals not descendants of Champlain
aro taken from tho finest and purestmilking
strains in tho State. Among the club mem
bers of the nera are .uaay utocicweii, Drea Dy
Erastus Bornlng and purchased of Mr. Berge:
Lulu; Gold Ear, bred by E. M. Phelon; and
Minnehaha, raised by E. D. Grlswold. The
latter has a butter record, on a test of seven
days, of 12V, pounds, on grass alone. The
herdissaidtobethebest ever collected in
the state.
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Hop at thaBourbon House to-night.
Joe Blackburn has come home to hang
up his sock.
Miss Mary Payne, of Newtown, is the
guest of Miss Maggie Clay.
Mrs. Helen Purnell, of jBath county, is
the guest of Mayor Purnell.
Mrs. David Lyman will spend Christmas
with her parents in Philadelphia. -
Charlie Keesee and wife left Sunday, for
Boone county. Mo., to make their future
home.
"Do a good thing and then feel big over
it," is a girl's definition of the spirit of the
Pharisee.
The way to treat a man.of doubtful credit
is to take no note of him. Always make
him pony up the cash.
A bottle of patent medicine cured the
infatuation of a youth for an Iowa girl. She
hit him over the head with it.
A bad little boy on Pleasant street, said
that "he didn't get any Christinas gift because
he cussed dad Saturdaj."
Smith Hildreth returned home from Atlanta,
Friday night, were he has been sell
ing stock for a couple of months.
Jim.L,eneglian, a Flemingsburg printer,
Will leave for Washington Friday, to accept
a situation as typo under the Government.
.Lottie made her London debut Friday
night in in "Musette," and was applauded,
through the play was unfavorably received.
Man wants but little here below, but woman
isn't so easily satisfied. ,She wants a
seal skin sacque and all New York for a
Christmas gift.
An up-town girl who had a hole in hor
stocking which 'she hung up last night, got a
oall of cotton and a in it. She
said "darn such a gift."
Misses Mary Thomas, Lily Jones, Elgie
Ray, and many other young ladies who have
been away attending college, are now at
home to spend the the holidays.
A man in Wisconsin has discovered a
process by which whisky may be distilled
from wild oats. Young men will now sow
more of them as there's money In them.
When 3'ou pass a lady on the street turn
around and watch her till she's half a block
away. By doing so you will discover whether
she turns around to look at you or not.
James Hellin, now private detective for
the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad, with headquarters
at Richmond, was in town Saturday,
on his way to Maysville, to spend the
week.
It looks very much as if the labors of the
newspaper man are in vain. A Presbyterian
minister, seventy-five years old. has just
been suffocated by blowing out the gas in
Baltimore.
Col. John A. Joyce, who figured as private
secretary to General Babcock in the
great St. Louis whiskey ring, is paying his
old home at Mt. Sterling a visit, after an
of twenty years.
In Cincinnati, Nat Goodwin appears this
week at the Grand, the ".Black Crook" at
Heuck's, "Monte Christo".at Robinson's,
"Her Atonement" at Havlln's and
Inflation" at tbe People's.
Now the young man of the rural districts
is in the seventh heaven of joy. An old
horse, a slegh, a pretty, red-cheeked girl and
a bridge every hundred yards where he collects
toll these are the elements of his supreme
delight. Later. The rain has washed
his joy all away.
Two drunken negro engaged
in a fight on the stage of the Opera
House, at Middletown, Conn., during a recent
performance, one of them drawing a
razor aud the other firing a property-pistol,
luckily only loaded with powder, In his adversary's
face. Many ladies fainted before
the men were secured by the police.
Sam V. Hutchcraft, gnow of Socorra
county, New Mexico, but formerly one of
Bourbon county's most prosperous and enterprising
young men, has be6n in the city
for several days winding up some estate, as
executor of his mother, who was a daughter
of Gen. Sam Williams, of this county. Mr.
Hutchcraft is very successfully engaged In
raising cattle. Mt. Sterling Sentinel.
Jo. L. Hanly, representing Warren,
Rhoodes & Co., Philadelphia, and Oliver
Smith, of Pearce, Duke & Smith, this city,
called upon us to say that they are writlnga
book called, "Scar-faced Em, the Scandinavian
Savage." ,It will be ready for publication
about dog days. Those wishing to not
use their gun on the dogs can use it on the
authors. Merchant Traveler.
Sarah Bernhardt set all Paris ablaze by
the ears by driving to Mile. Marie Colom-bier's
apartments and lashing her with a
horse-whip until her strength gave out.
Marie, who was the directress of the tragedienne's
American tour, had recently printed
"The Memoirs of Sarah Barnum," in
which Bernhardt's weaknesses were
portrayed. Already two gourd-headed
French newspapermen have fought a duel
over the book, and Bernhardt 's son Maurice
wants to wipe out in blood the insult to his
mother.
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MATRIMONIAL.
Twenty runaway couples were married at
Aberdeen last week by Esquire Beasley.
"Win. Ball, of Maysvllle, married Miss Laura
Winter, of "Vanceburg, last Thursday.
At the M. E. Church. Maysville, T. H. Sea-ton,
of Fannin county, Texas, and Miss
Alice Mcllvaine, of Maysville.
At the residence of Mr. J. E. Keller, near
Lexington, by Rev. George A. Weeks, of this
city, Jos. H. Hopson, of Lexington, and Miss
Mamie C. Bullett, of Louisville, were mar
ried.
W. B. Snell and Miss Mollle Elbert, of
Georgetown, were married last week by
Rev. J. B. Shouse, at the residence of Miss
Elizabeth Lawless, near Lemons' Mills, Scott
county.
John C. Morris, of Flemingsburg, and. a
popular drummer for a Cincinnati house,
married last Wednesday, to Miss Mamie
Thomas, of Mt. Sterling.
DEATHS.
C. F. Spencer, a Louisville dr,ummer, died
of paralysis, at Versailles, Friday.
Mrs. Johanna Lipp, of MaysylUe, who .celebrated
her centennial birthday a few days
ago, died on the 16th.
Original Slush, by onr Horse Reporter.
Paris Is uulik"c all other Cities; the Parisians
are unlike all other people; as a pleasant,
social people they arc unsuarpassed,
and just at this season of the year they
seem to be a people of chance :
As I pass along tho street,
No matter who I may chance to meet,
Whether a boy or girl looking so neat,
They begin at once to unfold a large sheet,
Looiclng you in the face, with a bland lilce
smile,
Then you are sure to remark, what a pretty
child!
xou then become a victim at once,
For right upon you they will bounce,
"JL'ake a chance in mv raiile if von
psisfi!"
i.ne sound oi chance makes me sneeze ;
When I get to my room I fall upoi my
knees
And pray to God for peace and easn
Fromsuch a torment and tease;
It is a raflle and a chance, a chance and
rallle;
If It is nothing more than a hangman's
scaffold,
It will come to that If the law don't baffle
And thwart their ambition
And by so doing it will send to perdition
A lot of poor miserable souls
There for ever to stroll
Upon the banksof the Styx,
In the most pitiable fix
bearchinjrfor tlmtmht
Forged by the mills of Satan. .
Ill itlinut r.!i.l. k
." 5ll"er goia or silver piatm7,
With Which In iifiv (!hnrnn lilt! .... fn.plo
Fill a. 1 - XJ wv.. ...u All vi
lie lUaV llfiiir t.linm ovov n H!c . vilfinr
Now they are shaking for a horse:
Liuen renow pays one, two or rive for a toss
Here Is one, I mention no names, but he is
boss-Shakes
three times, makes 29 lost.
If you will not take a chance
They you of being a coward:
And say. there is Dr. Howard.
He won, I think it was a boss,
And only made a single toss.
Now they will argue there is Maj. Coot Davis,
Many chances would he take,
But hi plea is: "No lime to spare,"
As he has to be here, there and everywhere.
Now he does all the firm's collecting,
And says he never needs any correcting.
Prof. Osborne no doubt would take a chance
But his. time is all taken up with the dance.
It is a dance, dance, dance, till the head begins
to swim:
And it is a dance, dance, dance, till the eye
ufuumes uiiii
It is a dance, dance, dance, till he goes offln
a trance.
There is Maj. Turney he's a jollv good fellow,
But a chance he will not take,
As It takes all his time to keep filled the
plate.
Mr. George Currant he Is always in a ' current.
A chance ho shakes for, and it shakes him a
chance,
For twenty-five cents which he sees at a
glance.
It's a chance, chance, chance, till the head
begins to whirl:
Aim a cuance, cnauce, cnance, till you
wish you were out of the world.
Such a town for a chance I never beheld;
And there is no one living who can tell
Whether your chance is better for Heaven
or IIc'll.
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EVERYBODY'S COLUMN.
C. F. DidIiAKK & Co. are headquarters for
Holmes & Court's Famous English Uuscuilx.
All dudes are nimcompoops.
AivnEX Evaporated Fruits, very line, domestic
dried iruits, best and cheapest, at
Sl'KAHS, CHAniunutf & Co.
The setting sun hatcheth the beautiful
morning glory.
The celebrated spices, imported bj If. F.
A. Pinckney, of New York, can always be
found with tti'EAitb, UiiAaunsus & Co.
A soft ant, sir, turnetli not away a darkey
from a watermelon.
Thanksgiving Dki.icaciks. Figs, dates.
Malaga grapes, bananas, celery, Italian
plums, Florida oranges, apples, cocnanuls,
turkeys, cranberries, prunes, raisins, oysters,
mincemeat, &c, for sale by
Spkaks, Chamijeus &. Co.
C. F. DIDI.AKE & CO.
A young lady at a ball called her beau an
Indian, because he was on her trial all the
time.
E. B. Matloiiy & 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 O. K.
when they leave the houses of
Sl'KAltS, CIIAMJIEHH & CO.
C. F. D1DI.AKE A; Co.
A girl in Laureus County, S. C, bears the
following poetic name: "Fair Rosa Heautv
Spot Temptation Touch Me Not."
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. Make your Christmas
cakes of it. Make your buscuits and
rolls with it. Every housekeeper ought to
try it. Si'EAus, Chambers & Co.
C. F. Didlake & Co.
OPERA -HOUSE.
WEDNESDAY, December 26tli.
(( THE STRAIGHT TIP."
Most positively the only great Novelty and
Burlesque Company that will visit
Paris this season.
America's Standard Attraction.
THE CELEBRATED
Novelty and Burlesque Company.
S3 ARTISTS. S3
ALWAYS THE GREATEST.
NOW GREATER THAN EVER.
THE BRILLIANT RECEPTION SCENE,
OUR SOCIAL CLUB,
1G LOVELY LADY STARS, .
MAJESTIC NOVELTY OLIO
By a Superb Coterie of
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN SPECIALISTS.
Each entertainment concluding with the
new Sensational Burlesque, entitled
B03JJ JOSB9
THE SPANISH DUDE,
Introducing the latest Parisian Craze,
THE MASHERS' QUADRILLE,
AD
THE BEAUTIFUL SPANISH BELLES.
1 Regular English Dudes 1.
The Spanish Mashers.
The Beautiful English Dancers.
Those Darling Dudes.
Tho Brilliant Reception Scene
A PERFORMANCE GRANDLY PERFECT.
Secure seats four daTs in advance, at Brooks
& Lyman's without extra charge.
JACKS FOR SALE .
I HAVE for sale five splendid Black Jacks,
with white points, 3 years old, hands
high. They aro of the best breedfng, descending
from Napoleon, Buena Vista and
Imp. Mammoth. Two of them took the.
blue and red ribbons at l.oe Paris Fair. Any
onewishing to buy will please call and see
I them at .T. MX JNROE LEER'S,
Paris, K.y.
V.1 Lttftai, Prop'r,
JOHHSOH
W, I COffiY, Cld
HOUSE,
MmLERSBURG KY.
One square from the depot. Good
Livery Stable Attached. The
kindest attention given and guests made
comfortable.
Good Sample Rooms. A table filled
with all all the delicacies of the season.
RATES REASONABLE.
Fire Insurance Agent,
CITIZEN'S BAXK, - - PARIS, KY.
Represents FPE FI&ST-CLASS
COMPANIES.
CASH ASSETS OVER $20,000,000.00:
FIRE, LIGHTNING and TORNADO POLICIES
WRITTEN. LOSSES PAID
PROMPTLY. RATES
LOW.
WE KENtfEY, M. D.,
PJRACTITIONKR OP
MEDICINE (fc SURGERY,
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.
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PARIS 'BUS LINE,
L. F. 3IAXS, Prop. 1. CAHl'BSIiL, Supt.
All trains connected mith and calls made anywhere
in the city. Orders left at hotel or stable.
Fare, 2") cts. including ordinary baggage
CHRIS. GKROSCHE,
W (M N GO FECI
D 911 a tl3l u
DEALER in
Fruits, Cakes, Fancy
Goods, Cigars and
Tobacco, &c.
FRESH BREAD EVSSY DAY.
0ne door above the Thurston House.
ESTABLISHED IN 1873.
3BOTLTX3bS33?irj'S
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site ii"Btiraice geic; V
MILLERSBURG, KY.
Represents None but First:tl;iss CoinpameK.
iETNA, of Hartford.
HOME, of New York.
PHCENIX, of Hartford.
KENTON, of Covintrton.
FRANKLIN, of Philadelphia.
SUN FIRE OFFICE, of England.
LIVERPOOL & LONDON & G LOBE,England
JOHN "W. BOULDEN, Agent.
R. B. BOULDEN, Solictor.
JOHN B. NORTHCOTT,
AGENT FOR THE
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OFFICE: DEPOSIT BANK, PARTS, KY.
GEO. W. MYKr"
Dealer In
FURNITURE,
"Window Shades, 'Carpets, Oil
Clotlis, Mattresses, &c.,
BST Special Attention Given to
Undertaking and Repairing.
Main Street, Paris Ky.
S.B,EWALI 1
LIVERY SALE AND COMMIS
SION STABLE,
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.
PHARES T. THROOP,
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CARLISLE, - - KY.
Office over B. F. I'.:-air's grocery.
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1J. M. MCE. C. E. RICE.
R. M. RICE k SOK,
UNDERTAKERS,
AND DEALERS IK ALT. KINPS OF
Furniture, Carpcjs, "Willi Paper,
"Window Shades, and Furniture
Supplies Generally,
NORTH MLDDLETOWN, - KY.
Special attention given to UNDERTAKING.
An elegant new hearse; all kinds of
caskets and wooden cases, and robes of all
kinds on hand. .
Wo beg your inspection and solicit your
patronafe. K. M. RICE & SON.
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PURKELL HOUSE.
M1LLERSBURG, KY.
Bates, Two Dollars Per Bay.
Nice Sample Rooms for Commercial men.
Livery ami Sale Stable Connected '
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AGENT FOR
7 LARGEST COMPANIES 1
IN THE WORLD
& Losses Promptly Paid. ta.
T Rales' as Lmu as The Lmwt. W
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K. CENTRAL BAIL ROAD;
Is the shortest and Quickest route
to MISSOURI, KANSAS and
TEXAS. Tickets to all
points North, East
and West.
Time Card in Effect Nov. 18th,'83:'
TRAINS
Leave frovingion 7:'l): ni. 2:; m. ' "'
Leave Millionth f:J5 u m. 4:r, n m
Leave (lyuthbiim 1(.:3 n m. 5:ift n in. -
Leave Pans H!-.5 n in. i-;:!.o p ,. ..-.
Leave ;.",i pm. -' '
Leave
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An. Stanford Junction 55:0 p m. - .
TRAINS NORTH. . ' ' V J
Leave Stanford Junction 10:10 a m.
i.cuvu Lancaster ii:(i a in. 9 .
ia'jivc 5:J0 a m 12:2Ti p m
A rr. at Winchester :3Q a in. 1M0 p m. "
Arr.Parm7.rw a in. 2:50 pm. " '
Leave C'ynthiana 8:30 a m. y:2S pin. ' .
Leave Falmouth fl:; a m. 4:.' m. ,"
Arr. at Covington 11:10 .
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HAYSTILLS DIVISION. i
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TRAINS NORTH.
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Leave Carllse 7:10 a ni. l:.s p m.
Leave Jlillershiujr 7:::o a m. 2:i!i p m.
Leave 1 aris 7:0-1 a in. 11 .u m TJM p m.,fi p
rive Lexington feoO a in lists a m :JM0 ' ii M
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TRAINS SOUTH. - ' '
Leave Lexington 5:10 a in 7 a in 2 n 1 1
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Leave Carlisle 7:!u a m. o-.-JO p m. -, -
Arr. Maysville S:0 u ni 8:10 p ni.
at 2:50 p m and So in h at t.:lo.
Special Kates to EMIGRANTS
narPor tickets, rates and information peg
1 aiiunj? to time, connect ions, Ac, call on f
address-
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Grand Opera. I5nild"s:,
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CARLISLE, KY. '
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One Square from Railroad Depotr A.)i
Baggage transferred to and "fro, free o
charge!
lilVERY STABLE ATTACHED
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LiYery, Sale "
k reeci Stale-
CARLISLE, KY.
Horses boarded, trained and sold on
commission. Livery rigs always kept for
public hire. Terms reasonable.
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LEXINGTON, KY.
H. E. BOSWELL & SON,
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Centrally located, on Short street, near the
Rates, $2 per day. .
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Opr. Odd Fellows. d. .... Pabis, Ky
Aro always ready to wait on the public in
uy thin jj pertain intr to the barber's line, al
popular prices. TGfUl made at private resi
dences "When necessary tcwait on the ladle,
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Furniture Dealer.
full line of furnlti re, cefllns, burial
suits, carpels, brae Ket pictures, win
dow hancines. c, constt ntly on Jiand and.
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