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Gass & Hanly took three premiums on
agricultural implements at the Maysville fair. The "Osborne" now makes faces at the "Minnie" again. t THe : explosion of the coffee-urn at the 9 Bowling Green depot lunch-stand, created considerable commbtlon,Tiut damaged nothing, except tha urn. ..., " .. r. The recent good rains have put the ground in fair plowing order, and the farmers are turning under the stubbles and weeds with a hearty vim. -o The marriage of Miss Lelia Taylor, daughter of Edward Taylor, of Midway, to an Illinois gentleman, is announced for early in October. ' ! ' Prof. Frank Smith was compelled to close his school for a few days at Cynthiana, on account of one of his children having been taken down with diptherla. -o ' "Chan" Jefferson took the premium in the fat man's riding ring, at the Maysville fair Saturday, with Charlie Miller second, and Henry Marr, of Georgia, third. A Winchester firm tf grain speculato s in Chicago, who got caught on oats, called in 10,000 bushels of it one day last week. Nine car-loads of it passed by here Friday. ? Asa Lewis sent to this office, from his farm on the edge of Bourbon and Harrison, a specimen of tobacco 3 feet 5 inches long. It is of extra quality, and he has 25,000 pounds of the same. At High Bridge, Mrs. Joseph Lasorus, having occasion to remove a revolver off her bureau, laid it on the floor, when killing her infant child, who was sitting near by. i TnERE'S another car load of German carp in Kentucky, lor general distribution. Col E. F. Clay is the Fish Commissioner for this J county, and will probably attend to all or- v ders in due tiine. . -n A. H. Ransom, of Covington, Grand Instructor for the order of Odd Fellows, will deliver a lecturo at the lodge Tire on night of October 8th. All neighboring lodges are respectfully invited. "t THnpn; have been found for HutselPs sale, near Millersburg, through the News' circulation in Mason county, which proves it a good medium through which to seek them. This sale comes off Thursday. The new comet ciscovered by Prof. Brooks, at Phelps, N. Y., is indentified as the long-expected comet of 1812. It is rapidly apbroaohing the earth and sun, and will be visible to the naked eye before Christmas. Rains. Two of the hardest rains that ever J fell on this earth, fell at Maysville hat day and Saturday. Good local rains havei Qr(jj also fallen here and elsewhere during theLuitsat last few days, of which the Paris PrecYepheat obtained an abundance. UrirU n1 The Northern Presbyterian Synod will meet at Danville October 10. The Southern Svnnrt moots nt. TTnrrnflshurcr On the Same date. The two Synods will unite in celebrating at Harrodsburg the centennnial of in Kentucky. ! Nine passenger coaches with over 700 passenger .of the "Merry Young Bachelors'" excursion, passed here from Covington to Lexington Sunday. As many more also passed up the Cincinnati Southern railroad The fare was only SI for the round trip. - -4 J. L. Bishop, aged thirty years, a white man, formerly from East Tennessee, has been held over at Winchester, for outraging a eleven-year-old sister-in-law, a daughter of Wiley Brookshire. Bishop is also the fiendish father of an Illicit child :by a Mrs. Hogan, a married sister-in-law. His neck will be very properly called for at or before tho nest Circuit Court. ifr John Dyig, aoung man near Wyoming preparatory vtp cleaning cut his rifle, put his foot on thf jhunmer and cocked it, and blew into the muzzle to see if it was loaded. It was, and went off, the, ball passing through hishead. isnoCyat dead, bat his ca3e is hopelestj - A Southern expressman wears a JTo. liy2 shoe, it being thirteen and three-quarters inches in length and four and a half inches in width, and a fifteen-year-old negrofboy in Dooly county, Ga., boasts a foot which' is thirteen inches long and five and a half inches in breadth. , ' A lot ofvcow boys had possession of a smoking cabrlnglng upthe rear of the fair Saturday night, ttom Maysville. On arriving at a station in- Fleming county (where several of iem got off) one yelled out: "Change cafor.FjrogtowsiJBuzzard Roost AnaueU'salfAqrel". . tR , gtt.. i -. til Jim Wall, of Cynthiana, made a discovery a few ears ago that he really owned 'the entire road-bed and all of the running stock-of the Kentucky Central Railroad, and has of late discovered that he own's the site of the Maysville water-works. Jim will probably run. across some possessions in the moon, next. - Notice to tke Tax -Taj erg ef Boarbea County. Your State and county taxes for the year 1883 are now in our hands for collection. Please call and settle, and oblige J. B. HOLLADAY", S. B. C. F. R. ARMSTRONG, D. S. P. S. Those who are in arrears for their taxes for 1882 must settle he same at once. Miss Mamie McAbdle Conway, daughter of David D. Conway, won the 8200 pemium for being the prettiest girl baby at the Maysville fair, Friday. Hon. Joe C. S. Blackburn made a beautiful presentation speech when the premium was tendered the happy mother, and Jeff. Elgin's big heart loomed up great big tears in his eyes when he went up ana Kissed tne baoy and onered.nis congratulations. Having noticed the Maysville Bulletin's great hog antipathy, we counted the hogs and cattle on the street whilst riding in from the fair Saturday- Our 'bus driver whipped 25 hogs, 11 cows and three flocks of geese out of his way down to the Central Hotel, and yet half the town wasn't traversed. As it was pouring down a flood of rain, it is but fair to presume) too, that only a few hogs were out from shelter. When the Ciy Council have their annual "round up," we'll wager one of Clarence Stanton's plpes that 500 of the dirty scayenders can be produced, and not half try. ' Joo's Baby Speech. At the Maysville Fair Fjr4daya. special. premium of $200 was given to the handsomest baby. Six judges were appointed, three ladies and three gentlemen, and Joe Blackburn appointed to deliver the premium. Joe pointed out to the three ladies a baby which became the winner, and the mother being sent for, came with tears in her eyes. Harry Clay says that Joe's speech on this occasion was the best of his life; and what wonder ! with the handsomest baby and its handsome mother before him for inspection. The ribbon was awarded to Mamie Conway, daughter of David Conway, of Paris, Ky. Lexington News. A Small Shooting Affray. One day last week "Rick Thomas and Mrs. T. O. Bashford had a misunderstanding of some kind, and it is alleged that "Rick" struck her in the face. On Friday night, "Rick" again appeared at Mrs. Bashford's door, and Tom Bashford banged away with a pistol through the door glass and shot him through one of the fingers of the right hand. "Rick" being unarmed, retreated and was fired on twicemore in quick succession. On Saturday afternoon, ilRick"armed himself with a shot gun and lingered near Tom's residence, and things wore a bloody outlook for awhile, until Marshal Mernaugh captured the gun. Friends of both parties, however, swore out peace warrants, and both combattants were bound over in the sum. of S300, each to keep the peace for one year. To-day the shooting affair will be tried in court. Col. StraOor Kills a Man. col. R. S. Stradeb, a noted turfman near Lexington, shot and Killed a colored man Saturday morning at 3 o'clock, who had been depredating around his stable. Foster, who was an eccentric, cranky individual, had turned a stallion and a two-year-old filly loose together, and the animals severly kicked and injured each other. Strader turned him off, and he re-appeared at t he stables again with a pistol, and fired at one of the hends as he ran away- At this, Strader took up his watch at the stable for the night with his gun. When Foster returned with a pistol in his hand, Strader ordered him to halt three times and fired with a fatal result. On an examining trial, Col. Strader was acquitted on the grounds of a homicide. Foster .was found with a pistol in his hands loaded, and several cartridges in his pocket. Onlv a BHckorc Blossom. . . jciic exeuuMuxitJ mittins: on a fieree look, ? sp i&TIOL,ATIONS. Otis Bacon Is1 back on a Visit from Texas. Claudepaxton was in town several days iuab ween, j -, . ST. , a i ,Lt He whonnarries earliest has-the longest lu"vi'l'ul'l i F According to fashion the . knotof hair! is on top of Uie head. v . .-&," Soft words break no 'but hard woris and brick-bats dor Miss liizzie Hickman, of this cltj got the premium on cotton mats, at'the Mays-fair. ' ' ; -': Ifrs. kVin. Bright, of Lexington, took 'eleven pr jiniums at Falmouth fair on her needle wi rk. John v. Lake and wifg, of. Cynthjana, havepfmumjeriugApuritho Virginia tsprfiigs. black man's ideaof heaven a great big. watermelon patch with a chicken roost in he center of it. -:Fred Broadwell and- Nelse Rowland, of Harrison county, have gone into the livery business at Lexington. M. Allen left yesterday for Lexington, Va., where he will attend college at the Washington-Lee University. MI'sS'May Langston, of Bourbon county, Is visiting Miss Mamie Edrington, C21 Sev- ehth'street. Louisville" Pott. Col. Bob Stoner and wife left here yesterday for LaPlace, Illinois, to bo present at their brother Wash's wedding. Jorris Renick, of Bourbon, is visiting the family of Rev. Jir. iltessick, on Breckinridge street. Louisville Arffiis.. Miss Cora South, of Frankfort, who spent the summer at the Blue Licks, has gone to North Carolina to attend college. Anything like regularity in the arrangement of drapery or dress ornamentation is now considered the reverse of good taste. Mrs. Dr. H. C. Kchoe, of Cynthiana, too, the premium on a pair of pillow cases at the Falmouth fair, over twenty-four competitors. There will be so many weddings in Paris next month, that it will bo hard to make up a dancing party from the young folks left. Opera cloaks are in bright colors and white. White gros grainlcloaks are enriched with shell-shaped Spanish trimmirigs, shaded silk embroideries. A man named Key, stole a watch at Danville, and got sent up for a vear. .Now if the watch had only stolen the Key, there would have been nothing thought of it. There's a family in Harrison county named Buzzard, one in Nicholas named Crow, .and one in Pulaski county named Woodcock. Some other county please trot a "Woodpecker and a Jay Gird. Miss Maggie Clay, of this city, wore white nun's veiling, Satin trimmings and diamond jewels, at the Maysville fair hop Wednesday night, and Miss Burge, her guest, wore brocaded cardinal satin, lace trimmings and diamonds, a la Dcsdamona. That signal service frost which was due here last Saturday, arrived in full force last night. It must have awaited on a C. & O. train. When your friends die, always have your funeral tickets printed at the News office, where they are printed in style. t Laijan BECRaFT left yesterday for Illinois, on the receipt of a dispatch saying that his father was In a dying condition. -- It took a slow mule at the St. Joseph, Mo., fair, ten minutes to run the mile, and was three minutes behind it's faster competitor. Mrs. A. E. Gardner having rented the dress-making rooms connected with W. H. Ingels & Co.'s stare-, announces that she is prepared to do all kinds of dress and cloak- making. s. -7-v. " r'.v , Col. O'Neal, the iolitest hotel Stewart in America, who has so long been' the chiof attracting element'Of the Thurston House, this city, has accepted 'a situation under Capt. Shirley, proprietor of- the. Garnett House, Richmond, Ky:,. and left yesterday for his new home. The Colonel will still make this his voting place and call it 'his home, however,-to" tha gratification of his many friends. Capt. Shirly may well be congratulated on securing the seryices of so popular a man. -- The Kentuckian recently dropped 500 subscribers from its list, on account of arrearages on subscription. "Many of them," says the foreman, "were the best men in the county." This office Js also loaning money out to many who are worth from 10,000 to $500,000, but we are too poor to drop them and lose what wc have already loaned. Gentlemen, come in and make yourself No 1 in our little book. Two or three dollars is a trifle to one man, yet in the aggregate of delinquents it amounts to a large sum to a poor printer. o A Small Railroad Accident. Last night as the passenger train for Lex- swuiington was passing the Richmond Junction, the brakesman in charge of the switch unchanged its position before the train had all passed from the main line, which threw the front half of the last coach on the Lexing- von orauuu uuu luu icui uuu vjj mo branch. The consequence was that the car was rapidly thrown around and bounced from the trucks, creating quite an alarm among the passengers, and slightly wounding several, among whom was Joe, Kimbrough, of 'Lexington. "Women's Health Journal" Contains valuable information on the diseases of women only. Published by Lady Physicians who have made these peculiar weaknesses of the sex their solo study for years. It gives the causes, symptoms, and a sure home treatment for Prolapsus u ten or Falling of the Womb, Iniiamation and Ulceration of the womb and all displacements. Leucorrhcea or Whites, Irregular, suppressed, or painful Menstruation, Flooding, Sick and Nervous Headache, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Weakness in Back and stomach, Scrofula, Pains in Side, Dizziness, Kidney Complaint, Barrenness, Nervous Prostration Depression of Spirits, General Debility o Women and change of life. Sent oh receipt of six cem.3 in stamps. Address, Dr. Eush's Modical Association, Nunda, New York. il weanon round his head, but ins makins: it descend on the creature's, ncck.1 struck it with forcejnto the block! Shouts i-s aeiavea. im m"vj Slthni minutes last Saturday, in conse quence of Judge Turney refusing to say the few necessary words to join the two glory-panting souls together. The Judge's old colored neighbor, Bill Manuel, who has been living with an unmarried wife for thirty years or more, and had raised a house full of children and a few grand children, appeared before him and. asked a "few words said which would lift the burdens of the past from his shoulders," by marrying him to Ann McGowan, a new-found loye. The Judge declined the honors with great indignation, but the gay Lothario sought fields anew and found a colored brother that welded him cheaply and quickly to his dear Mary Ann, and now the Judge threatens to prosecute his old friend Manuel for self-admitted adultery for thirty years duration, and the desertion of his morally yet immorally wedded spouse. Verily, the course of true love is peculiar, and wont do to gamble xn. - J . -Si X- .- t ' - . - j i TTTirTmnrtWlWWTIMialiMi'ia I - . . .t as . v . ,. JJ& . . . , ., - -. .. . ' ' "1 : i ii iifiiiitiyiiiMiriTmnMiiwiMiaiMflaMMMiMiiMnffiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiii mi iwi Miim i i in i i ra - " - ' - . fW , . -. r ui ' i; " ! ii ii ( i ipw f si i i nwp iwwp ! MTBWJ?l.W;'gWWWWF'WgWilMMBiJpMMM iMnwrnwiwiiumwi i mmrnmmLt.wmmm vmimk . ASfcswxr "T iktm fw ch :a ! ssn T'rr .r t' -i i . r ilr - i a. a 'fc !m Br B . m '&o.'?Vi V I T" I V . . Tit 'f .! "V TB Ti """V. "v "w. . . ' - - - z : Independent and r: from' .j the Happy Side of the Benefits Those Now feaving Breath in Their Bodies. Eric 'to 00 for One Year, or, $2,000 for 1,000 Years CASH ! f' VOL. II. PRIS, BOURBON fOUNTY, KENTtJCKY: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1883. NO. 166. V The days and nights are now of equal length. - rathek cool, but watermellons are still on the market. - . Pqt on your winter under-duds again and lay in a supply of coal. - The Ripley, Ohio, fair begins to-day, and Will continue through the week. . A cyclone broke up a Masonic funeral at icholasville, Sunday afternoon. Paw-paws only ten cents per dozen-cheaper than walking six miles for three. - Eldeb J. S. Sweeney and Collector James Brown opened up the fall fishing this morning. - -.. - 3T Sanbusky & Co, have sold their, agricultural implement business at Lextegtofi, to uassell & Wilkon. Evehybody will turn out'foc the Exposition Friday. Only 2 for the found-trip, including ticket to the "Xpo." '8li . Herbert Rice, a thirteen-year-old colored boy, is under arrest at ilfayfield for cutting a companion of about the same age. ' At a fish-fry in Webster county, in a four-handed duel, twenty.shots were fired. One flesh-wound was all the damage done. fr. Friday will be Kentucky day at the Cin cinnati Exposition. Round trip from Paris, including a ticket to the Exposition, 82.00. The suit of Harper against Dr. Ingels and Jack Heal went against them, but an peal will be taken. Hedges compromised. - A reward of $300 is offered for JFletcher Elliott, wanted for onurder at Danville. He is low, heavy set, and about & years of age. A. freight and a passenger train collided Friday, on the C. & O, at Triplett tunnell, and several box cars were badly demolished. When the Maysville Street Car Company get to using ostriches to their cars, Paris can then certainly get up a line and use mud turtles! A Mad dog was killed in Taylors ville a few days since, and the Spencer Courier learns that several others have recently been seen in the county. . -- MfS - '" .$ GDlie Trader, Turfman, Farmer and Sportsman. A. Harrison county horse is 17 hands and one inch high. - Corn sold recently in Lexington at S2 05 nor barrel in the field. Wilson's Hawthorne won the 2M0 race at Maysville in the mud Saturday. Force, Powhatan, Brocade, Freeland and Bll Boy were the winners at Latonla, Fri-d&. -he Walker Thornton place"near Ruddles &ils, sold recently, to MrsCleaver, aAt .50 'per1 acre. """ .."-, The farmers are busy cutting and housing their tobacco. Some of it Is badly injured by frost. Jeff Elgin got the premium in sweepstakes at the Maysville fair, on the h am ess gelding "Bob Terrell." The Bowling Green Gazette says "the tobacco crop will be the shortest since 1874 in this section." The Louisville running races comment ced yesterday, and will continue for twenty days. The big race comes off Friday. L. Ashurst, of Hutchison, writes back from Louisiana, that he is selling lots of mules' at remarkably low prices. The trade awfully demoralized. SamPryor&Son took seven first premiums athe Maysville fair on their Lee herd of Berkshires, and L. R. Huffman, seven on his herd. of Poland-Chinas. Tnese fourteeji. premiums were all that were offered by the association, and were all won by Bourbon. Very hoggish indeed, in the Messers Pryor a Huffman. At MaysVille Friday, in the 2:27 race, Mike was the winner In three straight heats, with Kitty Silve second, Nannie, Talbott third, Tucker fourth, Mystery fifth, Zulu sixth and Alcoyne distanced, in the Free For All Alexander was the winnner, with Alice Stoner second, Maude Messenger third, and Leontiue fourth. Best time, 2:ol. James and Charlie Donnell, two of the most noted horsemen in Nicholas county, took eleven first and four second premiums at the Maysvifle fair last week amounting to 3135 in value, and refused 3300 for their world-beating Lady Cromwell harness mare. These boys have business away from home every time they go. N. H. Bayles, of this county, took three premiums at the Maysville fair on his matched world-beater team of coach horses. One was th especial premium of a 50 pitcher, given by Dhume & Co., Cincinnati, for fanciest double, turnout; ono of 525 on best matchec! horses, and one of 25 on the best pair of coach horses. The proposed race between St. Julicn and at Fleetwood Driving Park, on the 29th inst., is the principle topic of discussion among the turf men of New York City. It will be, no doubt, the greatest race ever witnessed in the United States, and the fastest time on record will be scored. The club houses in New York City, in view of the anticipated event, are already crowded daily, with prominent gentlemen who are connected with the various driving associations in the country, and the scenes presented aro lively In the highest degree. ntii ffiftftiffim ry rii w Mi&&KriT3F vA 'gW&SF&mKh&s?' 4iWHvfli JIjwiH V? - On Sunday: to the wife of Jas Earlywine, a nine-pound son eighth heir and first boy. Sidney Dills, of Harrison county, is now stepping as high as a Shanghai rooster, In consequence of his dear son, Robert Franklin, having been added to his family. Weight, 10 lbs. -- Thbs. Ferry and Miss Mary Lemon', of Cynthiana, were married last week. .- . t r A. J. Bradford, of Bradford, Ky., and son of Hon. L. J. Bradford, of Covington, wedded Miss Mary Dudley, of Chicago, on Thursday last. Eld. R. B. Garret, John Brown, and Smith, of Carlisle, arQ billed for matrimonial difficulties at an ea rly day. At the Phocenix Hotel, Lexington, on Tuesday last, Ryland Bedford, of Franklin, and Mrs. Lizzie Wilson, of Woodford. The Rev. Mr. .Struve, of Berry's Stationf and Miss Mamie Pollard, of Frankfort, were married last week in Cincinnati, and took a bridal tour to the Methodist Conference, at Cynthiana. The marriage of Dr. David. Lyman, a popular young druggist of this city, to Miss Brenda G. Kennedy, daughter of Mr. A. Kennedy, one of Philadelphia's largest and most popular druggists, is announced to take place on the 18th of October. A. small child of Dr. John Fritts, of died Sunday. Burial at Winchester yesterday. Mrs. Alice Mclntyre dropped dead by heart disease in Lexin gton, Saturday, at the supper table. Thos. L. Coger, aged 3, died at Nicholas-ville, last Friday- He was a former representative of the county. Mrs. Peck, formerly of Bath County, and mother of Mrs. W. H. Fisher, of this county, died Sunday evening at her daughters residence. Burial at the Paris cemetery to day. Hi Hi ill Prop'r, W. B, CONWAY, Clerk, JOHKSOH HOUSE. MULLERSBURG, ky. 1 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 delicades of the season. RATES REASONABLE. WM. KENNEY,.M. D.,- 7 i PHACTITIONKK OP I ! 7 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 sL CHRIS. GROSCHE, s A tiAMPmftKUAMH MMii i yyiMK DKALER IN Fruits, Cakes, Fancy Goods, Cigars and Tobacco, &'c. FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY. JSOne door above the Thurston House. NEW DRUG STORE. jOI. IO jDj2l"VX, formerly with Davis & Lyle, respectfully informs the public that he .can be found one door above the post-office, where he has a new and complete stock of drugs In fact, everything in the drug line as new, bright and shining as a silver dollar. Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours, from the purest drugs. The purest and oldest liquors for medicinal purposes only, mid the finest cigars and tobacco on the market, kept constantly on hand. A liberal share of the public patronage is respectfully solicited. JOHN B. NORTECOTT, AGENT FOR THE ,?tfd Firs kmmk OFFICE: DEPOSIT BANK, PARIS, KY. GEO. W. DAYIST" Dealer In FURNITURE, Window Shades, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattresses, ;c., 5 Special Attention Given to Undertaking and Repairing. Main Street, Paris Ky. R. M. KENNEY, SURVEYO Pakis, ELy., Will attend to all calls in his line, in Bourboa and surrounding counties, with promptness. Charges Reasonable. tf t. v. hall, AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER formerly of Cincinnati. MILLERSBURG, - - - KY. flST'Desigris, Drawings and Specifications including costs on all Architecture and Machinery, furnish wi accurately and promptly. sepl9v HENRY DATJM, fashionable Barber Opp. Odd Fellows Hall .... Pa s, ICy Immediate Relief in all Cases by Blood ROOT OIL. Cured of Rheumatism in Two Hours. Buffalo, N. Y., May 2, 1882. Dr. Rush's Medical Association: GENTiiEMEN. I have been troubled with rheumatism for two years. I tried all the best advertised oils and linaments, and many first-class physicians without relief. The last Dr. I visited recommended Dr. Rush's "Blood Root Oil." I purchased a large bottle for fifty cents, and applied it. In two hours I was relieved and now I am entirely well. Its eflects are wonderful, and I believe it the only thing in the world which will euro rheumatism. Truly Yours, JOHN HUTCHISON, 89 Erie St., Buffalo, N. Y. DE. RUSH'S BLOOD ROOT OIL has no equal in the world as a Liniment or Oil. It is a Cheap, Simple, Safe and Sure remedy for man or beast. It never falls to cure RHEUMATISM, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and Sprains, Burns and Scalds, General Bodily Pains.Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet and Ears, and all other Pains and Aches. It is put up in two sizes. Price 25 and 50 cents. Sold by Druggists everywhere, or sent direct upon receipt of prico by Dk. Rush's Mediqaij Association, Nunda, N. Y.t U. S. A. JOSI J. LOME, Prep'r. JinUUCCW PUEHELL HOUSE ; MILLERSBURG, KY. "r UlU U 1 Trt -Y l &' 'ft" Bates, Two Dollars Per Day sfi Nice Sample Rooms for Commercial men; Livery and Sale Stable Connected:.' FIRE "4"5 -Agent for- r l 7 LARGEST VOMPAmES : IN THE WORLD 1 Losses Promptly Paid. g ., ., Rates as Loio as The Ltncc&t. f "BLUE GRASS ROUTE? K. CENTRAL RAIL ROAD, t Is the shortest and Quickest rcuftr to MISSOURI, EAirSAfc and 'i TEXAS. Tickets to all t points Itforth, East and West. Time Card in Effect July 29th, '83:" TRAINS SOUTH. Lve Covington M)On?n 3:00 )ut 4:3.) pin 5:J0 pm Arr Winchester . rifeiffS 7:15 G:15 pm Lve pm Winchester ... 12:25 7 Lve Richmond. ... lSSS 8:40 pm . Lve Lancaster ...... 1,wpm pm 10:08 Arr Stanford June . . . . 10:35 pm pm TRAINS NORTH. Le Stanford June. ..... 4:45 nm Lve Lancastpr . 5:10 am Lve Richmond . . Air Winchester 0:30 am 1:00 pm v 7:33 2:05 am pin. Lve Winchester Arr Paris . . . . 8:30 7:33 am 2:20 pm Lve Paris . . . . 8:30 am 3:15 piir -3:15 Lve Cyntiana . . . 9:05 am am 3:52 pi.t. Lve Falmouth . . pin 10:04 am 4:55 pis i - Arr Covington . . 11:45 am 6:30 pm. MAYSVILLE & LEXINGTON JUViHItjZ' . "T "' TRAINS-SOUTH. - - - Lve Maysville 6:10 am -.--n" - uv uariisie . . . 7:35 am 2:20pj.iJ. l:00piii LveMillersburr . 7:58 am 2:48 Lve Paris .... . 8:30 am 3:15ri.i j.i.i Arr . Lexington 9a)am 4:00 i-:.i TRAINS NORTH. Lve Lexington 6:00 am 555 pm Lve Paris 6:50 am 6:15 piu Lve Millersburg 7:15 am 6:40 pi. i Lve Carlisle . . 7:35 am 7:10 pin Arr Maysville . 9:00 am 8:S0 pi 1 1 LEXINGTON ACCOMMODATION. Lve Paris 11:30 am Arr Lexington ...,.. .12:05 pm uve liexmgton 7:40 am j j.t Arr Paris 8:30 am 3:15 -.i SUNDAY TRAINS Arrive at Paris going Northward at 3:15" pin, arriving nt Covington at 6:30 pm. Trains going Southward leaves Covlngten at 3:00 pm, arriving at 0:15 pm. Special Rates to EMIGRANTS. CFor tickets, rates and information v i taining to time, connections, &c.f call on or. address JOHN STUART, Agent, Paris, Ky. G. W. Bknder, C. L. Brown, Supt. G. P. & F. A. JAMES McAEDLE, ; BUT TAILOR, Grand Opera Build'g, CINCINNATI, O.: LAMAR HOUSE, :! (GREEN CHEATHAM, Pbop'b.) ;l CARLISLE, KY. One Square from Railroad Depot A U-Baggage transferred to and fro, "free or charge! LIVERY STABUS ATTACH nov!4y - T. W. POTTS, T UYery, bale & Feed Stable, ' ' CARLISLE, KY. Horses boarded, trained and sold on commission. Livery rigs always kept for public hire. Terms reasonable. ap.3r6nw DR. YAISAKI. .; Broadway, Paeis t. ', f 8 to 9 A.M. . . Office Hours 1"4P.M, 17" 8 P.M. t PHAKES T, THROOP, CARLISLE, - - KY Office over B. F. Adair's grocery, noylSy f JjJ" -4?