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'& bemi Weekly Bourbon flews
Independent and from the Happy Side of lift-to the Benefit of Those Now Having Breath in Their Bodies. Price, $2, 00 for One Year, or, $2,000 for 1,000 !
Monday will be Court-day at Carlisle.
The Cincinnati Exposition will close tomorrow.
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The Madison grand jury has found 230 indictments.
There have been nine deaths in the village
of Centerville, this year.
"W. H. Ingels & Co. will offer bargains in
velvets this coming week. 2t
Barclay Stephens killed a dive-dipper
Wednesday, with a walnut.
Bkooks & Lyman are having their store
neatly shelved and repaired.
A floating saw-mill is doing up the saw-logs
landing along the Ohio river.
Three inches of snow fell in the northern
part of Franklin county, Vt., Saturday
War. Frank, brakesman on the C. &0.,was
killed by his head striking the top of Trip-
lett Tunnel.
Thos. W. Keene will appear in Macbeth,
at the Lexington Opera House, Monday
night next.
T. O. Bashford for shooting at Rick Thomas,
was held over to await the action of the
grand jury.
W. A. Hill. has erected a handsome scroll
over the grave of Jas. T. .AfcCarney in the
Paris cemetery.
Yesterday was Tennessee day at the Louisville
Exposition, Gov. Bate and staff were
in attendance.
A man in Scott county recently bought 13
family Bibles one for each of his children
at Slo per copy.
Ossian Edwards sold his half interest in
the livery business yesterday, to his partner,
Mr. Cunningham.
"W. H. Ingels & Co. have just received another
large invoice of that 8 cent cotton-equal
to Lansdale. 2t
The miners have reached a depth of 75 feet
in the lead mine and are getting some very
fine specimens of ore.
If you want to read this paper twice, read
the Kcntuckian supplement to-morrow, and
the big paper next week.
It is reported that the Confederate Soldiers'
Home, at Georgetown, has Isuspended
for want of money to sustain it.
Mrs. America Nichols, of Millersburg,
filed an application here yesterday for a divorce
from her husbSnd, "W. H. Nichols.
Ralph Paxton, youngest son of Dr. Pax-ton,
of this city, fell fram a tree "Wednesday
evening and broke both arms in two places
"W. H. Ingels & Co. call special attention
to their cloalc department. They have all
qualities and styles in cloth and silk at prices
to astonish you for cash. 2t
Amoral, studious and deserving young
man can find and an opportunity of being
taught the photographic art, by applying to
Woodson Morgan, of this city.
Conductor Bob Martin has rented the Dr.
McMillan property on Main street, for S2oOf
and Doc Fretwell has rented John Hanly's
residence on High street, for S350.
Joe Weaver and three other drunken
roughs were put out of Wm. Meyers' house
Saturday night in Bracken county, when
Weaver turned and shot Meyers dead.
A check for 60,000 was received by the
Auditor of Public Accounts Wednesday
from Sheriff J. D. Barbour of Jefferson county,
on account of-the State revenue due for
The Bourbon News is advocating the
establishing of a free turnpike system in
Bourbon. We second the motion. Let it
take in the whole State. Mt. Storlfng Sentinel.
TiiETagitation in Bourbon county will
free toll on all her turnpikes. Free
toll in Fayette county would do Lexington
more good than a new railroad. Lexington
Press. . ':
Judg Hines, of the Court of Appeals, has
affirmed the sentence of Wm. Shackleford'
who was sent to the penitentiary for life
from Harlan county for killing Jno. G.
Tuesday night after the exercise meeting
of tke"rre company, fireman W. O. Hite
made a' narrow escape from death. He was
under the engine but his yells stopped the
IfVoU know anything about Stephen and
Louisa "Fuget, aged 70 or SO years, inform
Rev. J. A. French, Paris, Ky. He has a letter
from Amherstburg, Ontario, asking for
The Pittsburg Exposition building burned
down Wednesday night, and everything in
it was lost, including the rare relic in way
of a locomotive, the first built in this country.
Loss, 32,600,000.
Peter Rurns, a brave fireman on a freight
train, got out on the pilot of his locomotive
and pushed a small child from the rail in
front of a fast-running train on the downgrade
near Shelbyville, Ky., on Sunday.
The Maysville and Big Sandy Railroad
now have a clear title to a right of way
through this county. The road will undoubtedly
be built and in operation before
the close of next year. Maysville Republican.
A Michigan merchant got robbed of a
check for 5,000 in a "pannel" house at 155
West 9th street,- Cincinnati, Wednesday
morning, but the police raided the institution
and recovered the check and arrested
the thieves.
A poet has threatened to bring some original
home poetry to this office, because the
Kentuckian refused to publish it. We hereby
warn that poet if he or she brings that stuff
to this'oflice that the door will be shown
him or her at once. . "
Col. "Wm. Rogers was in the Confederate
army instead of the Federal army as stated
by this paper Tuesday, and Capt. Sam is
under guard of the sheriff of Robertson
county, at his home in Carlisle, instead of
being at Jail in Mt. Olivet.
A progenic freak took place in Abram
Santa's family in Nicholas county several
years ago, which has Just been brought to
light. One night his wife had twins, a mare
had twin colts, a cow had twin calves, and
a sow had five pair of twin pigs.
Soarlet fever is raging in an epidemic
form over at Lancaster, and
fever is scatteredall over the State. Lemons
should be freely used in every family : they
nave a counteracting influence the same as
quinine, and yet leave no unpleasant effects.
Dan and Josle Morris Sullivan, the favorite
oommedians, have written for dates at
our Opera House and will appear in this city
at an early date in Scott Marble:s famous
Irish play, written for Mr. Sullivan, entitled
Shiel Agar," a first-class comedy-drama in
four acts.
The hardest work about JnnrTmiiKm ic
beating off the poetry, obituary and resolution
fiends. Though not so numerous as the
"free puffers," they are harder to beat on',
and always get mad when told their stuff
must be paid for at the regular advertising
rates. This is a eupaper, and all news is
published free. It will not brag on the dead
in obituary or poetic drivel without pay.
It is the farmer who now suffers most
from toll gates, but should they be abolished
and the pikes be made free, then the merchants
and professional men will come in
alike for an equal taxation for a fund for
repairs; but the merchant and professional
men would more than be repaid by the general
influx and liveliness of the trade in the
county. In fact everybody will be benefit
Notico to the Tax-Payers of Bourbon County.
Your State and County taxes for the year
1883 are now in our hands for collection.
Please come forward and settle, and oblige
P. S. Those who are in arrears for their
taxes for 1882 must settle at once.
Fathers Leo and Aloysius, members of
the order of Passionists, of New York, have
been preaching a series of sermons at the
Catholic Church here this week to large and
interesting audiences. A couple of News
representatives heard them Wednesday
evening, and were delighted to hear the
fluent and interesting speakers. The elder
gentleman of the two is an orator of the
highest type, and one whose words fall so
soft and smooth as to hold an audience perfectly
at his will, and even glide hours in to
minutes with rapturous delight. Their services
will close here Sunday.
. Rev. Dr. J. T. Hendrick, late of Paducah,
who has, in the absence of Dr. Pratt, been
filling the pulpit of the Second Presbyterian
church for the past three months, last
night preached his last sermon to a fine and
deeply interested congregation. His remarks
were pertinent to the occasion, and 'were
made with deep and earnest feeling and produced
a marked effect on his hearers. Dr.
Hendrick has done effective service in his
ministrations here, and has won the love
and esteem of his large congregation to if
wonderful degree. He is a grand old man, a
great gospel preacher, and will long be held
in affectionate remembrance by all who
made his acquaintance during his stay here.
Dr. Hendrick goes to Flemingsburg, where
he will preach several weeks. Courier-Journal.
On Monday next, Oct. 8th, J. B. Dennis &
Co., No. 20, Limestone street, Lexington,
Ky., will have a grand closing out sale of
buggies, barouches, &c. Parties wanting
articles in that line would do well to attend
sale. Also a large lot of second-hand buggies,
&c. All will bo sold without limit or
"Kcntnck" is. Coming!
The new sensational play of "Ken tuck," a
Southern life, is billed for
our Opera House, Tuesday night next. This
troupe has been drawing largely at Heuck's
Opera House, Cincinnati, this week. The
Enquirer of Monday says of it :
"McClosky's sensational drama of "Ken-
tuck" was the attraction at Heuck's last
evening, attracting an audience that filled
the theatre in every part. It is a story of
Southern life, and is of interest asldo of its
sensational features, many of the situations
being of an exciting nature, which cause
the upper portions ofthe house to enthuse,
and the quieter scenes, in which the dialogue
is quite clever, enlists more sedate patrons
of the lower floor. It is a play that will
please, and did please and entertain the
large audience of last evening. The race
scene in the second act is an exciting one,
and was received with rounds of applause,
with a double raising of the curtain at the
end of the act. The scene shows the starting
of the horses, their progress and the
close of the race, when the animals appear
on the stage covered with foam. So realistic
is the scene that one feels like buying a pool
and taking his chances on naming the winner.
The company is a good one and sustained
the different characters allotted to
them in an acceptable manner. Miss Anna
Ward Tiffany is an old favorite here."
The Kentucky Union.
The giving out of the contract for the
building of a section of the Kentucky Union
Railroad is assurance satisfactory to the
greatest doubter that this important enterprise
is a certainty. If once begun it will
not stop until it has reached the coal and
timber which is so abundant on its line and
which this region so seriously needs. It
will be the only line running through the
true coal region of eastern Kentucky, which
is as rich as any in Pennsylvania or West
Virginia. The Big Sandy Just, skirts it on
the West and whilst it passes through coal
measures does not strike the better or rich
quality. The Cincinnati Southern touches
some inferior beds of a low grade and the
Knoxville Branch runs too far to the west
to strike the most desirable kinds of coal.
The Kentucky Union is located through the
very heart of the best coal, iron and timber
that can bo found in the State. On the
middle fork of Red river there is a white
pine forest enbracing one hundred thousand
acres which can hardly be duplicated outside
of Michigan. The Red river iron is esteemed
as highly as any on the continent
and the cannel and bituminous coals to be
found along the line of the Kentucky Union
are as rich and accessible as those of any
part of the globe. Winchester Democrat.
Many men are honest through
Gus Fee and wife are taking in the Louisville
Geo. M itohell will leave Saturday morning
for St. Louis.
Mrs. E. B. Boyd, of Carlisle, has been
quite ill for several days.
Jas. Short, Jr., has been suffering for a
week with rheumatism.
There are 121 soldiers of the war of 1812
still living in Kentucky.
V. C. Porter, of Jfillersburg, is attending
the Louisville Exyosltioh.
What armies did General Stampede and
General Debility command?
Mrs. Langtry will sail for New York tomorrow.
Oh, thou dear Freddie !
John G. Lyle left yesterday morning to
visit his uncle in Lawrence vi lie, Ills.
ilfrs. Dr. H. B. Davis Is visiting her
mother, iifrs. Dr. Bruce, of Lexington.
General Hancock, who has been quite
ill for two weeks, is getting much better.
When Col. Joe Hedges moves to town,
will ho want to run for City Councilman?
Conductor John Myers, who fell from the
Townsend bridge, is out again, on crutches.
Suppose we obligate Col. Hedges not to
talk horse when he comes into the city to
Mrs. G. G. White has accompanied Mrs.
Maynard, her guest, to Chicago, on a short
Chief Justice Lord Colridge and suite,
from England, are in Louisville, attending
the Exposition.
Henry Laub and R. L. ciinkenheard, of
Winchestsr, have been appointed Colonels
by the Governor.
Tom "Williams has gone to graze on
friends in Bath county for about a week.
Poor friends !
Phil. B. Thompson returned to Harrods-burg
and will announce himself as a candidate
for re-election to Congress.
Conductor Henry Green and wife have
gone to the St. Louis fair, and will perhaps
take a little trip East before returning home.
The Carrie Stanley Dramatic Company
have struck such luck at Vanceburg, that
they have decided to g6 into winter quarters
Ed. Boyd, of the Carlisle "Red Bundle
Store," left for the city Wednesday to lay in
a double supply of specialties for his Court-day
trade next Monday.
"How Dickens Drank" is the caption of
a long article now going the rounds. We
suppose that the conclusion of it was that
he merely drank like the Dickens.
Editor Jimmie McChesney lost a pair of
well-worn socks down at Louisville, but
by strict sanitarian measures the Exposition
was saved from being broken up.
Boston is very much excited over the
discovery of a boy in that city who lias no
brains. Ex.
We'll bet tnat is the same oue who visited
here the past summer.
When you see a lady monkeying up a
pair of steps kind o' side ways, it's a sign
that she's strapped down a little too tight.
Were you to cut a strap she'd go up lilie a
Mr. Skillman and daughter, Mrs.
of Bourbon county, were visiting the
family of Geo. Williams, last week. Mrs.
JfcCauley is Mrs. Williams' mother. Midway
At last accounts, Judge Turney and
John T. Hinton have not had their railroad
fare refunded to them the fare which they
paid out when they went down to Covington
to give away $10,000 worth of land to the
The County Court is advertising for a
keeper. It strikes us very forcibly
that from the way things look in some
portions of this city, that there ought to be
enough poor house-keepers to fill the vacan
cy in a minute.
Jno. Bowlcy, a young lawyer of Chester-town,
Md., who led his class at Princeton
college was found dead in bed last week.
He left for the coroner a note asking him to
solve the question whether he died of lauda
num, love, or whisky.
Thos. Martin and family, of Hutchison,
will leave next Wednesday, for Nevada, Mo.,
to make their future home. Miss Meta
O'Neill, their very interesting daughter, will
be sadly missed by her many friends and
schoolmates In this city.
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Fall and winter millinery, the newest
and prettiest, at Miss Mollie E. Tully's.
a .
The wife of Henry Humphreys, near
Harrison county, suicided by hanging
herself out of an up-stairs window, yesterday.
She leaves several children.
Miss Katie Neal, of Mt. Sterling, was attacked
with acute insanity last week and
has been sent to the Asylum. Her derangement
was caused by over-study and her physicians
think that she will soon recover.
Winchester Democrat.
The case of Dr. Walker Davis and his
mother-in-law, Mrs. Lucretia Munday, for
the murder of L'owry Munday by poisoning
him, for the recovery of a S20,000 life insurance
policy, is on trial at Versailles. The
trial of the Browns, for the murder of marshal
Freeman, is also set for this term.
Miss Mollio E. Tully has-a-first-class trimmer
from the East, and is now ready to
please all who may favor her with a call.
Wedding orders a specialty. 2oct2t
The Cynthiana Neivs came to us yesterday
without a single local item in it worthy of
publication, but had a clipping from the
Central Methodist regarding Howard Henderson's
reception into the New York Conference,
which this paper published last April.
Where on earth is the editor of that paper?
The old front door-sill of the Lexington
Court-house has been purchased by Slaughter
Bassell because of historic interest that
attaches to it from the fact that Aaron Burr
and Henry Clay stood upon it when Burr
gave Clay his word that he was guiltless of
conspiracy and received the latter's pledge
to defend him..
A lady' going down to the Cincinnati Exposition
Saturday, remarked when she
reached Paris: "I never m saw such a place as
Paris; we don't know where we are, or
where we are going." Lex. Transcript.
. Yes, people ought to keep their eyes open
on arriving at a railroad center. Remember,
Paris is not Lexington, it aint.
W. H. Ingels & Co. are sellings inch, all
wool, cashmere for 50 cents. 2t
Newton MoNeese, marshal of Berryvllle,
attended a base-ball game at Cynthiana
Wednesday, got drunk and carved a saloon
keeper named Donohue, near the depot, in
eight places. The wounds may prove fatal.
McNeese had to be arrested at the point of a
shooting iron.
Don't fail to attend the great buggy sale
next ilonday, Oct. 8th, at No. 20 Limestone
street, Lexington, Ky.
A colohed convict was killed in Madison
county Monday. He had managed to escape
from the guard, and going to the house of a
Mr. Shearer, near by, during the absence of
the inmates, stole a suit of citizen's clothes
and a pistol. Mr. Shearer returned home
soon after, and, missing his best suit, started
in pursuit of the thief. He had not gone far
before he ran upon a man and recognizing
the clothes, ordered the man to halt, which
he refused, when he fired the contents of a
shotgun Into his side, killing him instantly.
The Trader, Turfman, Farmer
arid Sportsman.
The Maysville fair cleared 1,500 this year,,
notwithstanding the rain two daj's.
Daniel Swigert's famous stallion Prince
Charlie arrived at Lexington, Tuesday.
The Bluegrass Stake at the Louisville
races, was worth S725 to the winner, Eva S.
Violator's game leg told on him in the St.
Leger and, as usual with him, he pulled up
A mule 17 hands high, weighing 1,475 lbs.
and npor in flesh, is the property of a colored
man at Midway.
When Jay-Eye-See made his mile in 2:10
it had the effect of making his owner, Mr. J.
I. Case, kiss his wife a couple of times.
Now let Maud S. waltz up with her record
of 2:10 against time. There's no telling
what Jay-Eye-Seo can do when pressed.
Mulics Foiz Sale. One pair horse mules;
good workers. Also, one large dray mule.
For sale by R. B. Hutchckaft.
Tennessee parties have purchased over
520,000 worth of mules from Clark county farmers
In the last week. Winchester Democrat.
Monday was mule colt day in .this county
Jesse Turney received about fifty head of
fine ones, which passed through town from
up the road.
Miss Woodford, Barnes and George Kinney,
the three great three-year-olds of the
Dwyer Brothers' stable, have won this
season for their owners 81,723. "
Miss Fanny Jones, of Boyd county, is the
possessor of a pumpkin raised In her
mother's garden that measures in circumference
six feet one way and five the other.
Treacy & Wilson, Lexington, Ky., have
sold forT. J. Nichols, of this county, to J. D.
Cheever, New York city, the bay gelding Barometer,
five years old, by imp. Bonnie Scotland;
dam by Commodore.
is so perfectly balanced in his
action that he does not need to be heavily
shod. He wears 8-ounce shoes forward and
1-ounce shoes behind. A peculiar habit of
tills young horse Is found In his manner of
eating his hay and oats. When fed,-a pall
of wnter is placed near his box of oats. He
will take a mouthful of oats, stick his nose
in the water, take another mouthful of oats,
again dip his nose In tho water, and so on
continually, until his grain is eaten up
clean. He then proceeds the same way with
his hay, until he has consumed a liberal
supply. In this way he avoids the ill effects
of dusty hay or oats. He is a good feeder at
all times, eating twelve quarts of oats and
the usual allowance of hay.
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Mrs. Allender, of Maysville, gave birth to
three girls and a boy Monday, Oct. 1st. So
far as heard from, none got away, and all
are living and enjoying a powerful blessing.
Since the birth of a baby in the family of
the Minister from China at Washington,
somebody will probably- revive tho cry
against the smuggling of Chinese into this
hilfl i -- fcB5.t45 rio:
Charlie McCann, widower, of this city,
married Miss Turner, of Mt. Sterling, "Wednesday.
A wedding between William Jones and a
Miss Collins, is all the talk at North
Mr. M. B. Gray, of Cynthiana, married
Miss Sallie Scott, yesterday at Mayslick.
Both were deaf mutes.
Cards are out announcing tho marriage of
Mr. Lee Houston, formerly of this city, to
Miss Mattie Jeter, of Georgetown, on the
24th inst.
James Curtis and Miss Katie Tingle were
married at Lexington yesterday. This is a
real case where "the marriage belle Tingle-d
merrily," &c.
A Harrodsburg youth was so agitated when
he went to sign his marriage bond that he
signed the name ofthe firm, of which he was
amember McDowell, Goddard & Co.
Henry Schwartz, one of our sprightly
young up-town business men was married
Wednesday morning at the Catholic Church
to Miss Nannie Walsh, a promising young,
artist of this city. The happy couple were
followed to the depot by a host of friends,
where they took their departure for a trip to
the Louisville) to attend thd Exposition.
W. U, U, JOHISOS, Prop'r, W, B, COifWAY, Clctk,
One square from the depot. Good
Livery Stable Attached. The
kindest attention given and guests made
Good Sample "Rooms. A table filled
with all all the delicacies of the season.
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.
Fruits, Cakes, Fancy
Goods, Cigars and
Tobacco, &c.
jeST'One door above the Thurston House.
Z03P. ZE3C. 33- !&&."?r3L&7
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, and the finest cigars and
tobacco on the market, kept constantly on
A liberal share ofthe public patronage is
respectfully solicited.
Hertford Fire mmk
Dealer In
Window Shades, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Mattresses, &c,
JKa? Special Attention Given to
Undertaking and Repairing.
Main Street, Paris, Ky.
Paris Ky.,
Will attend to all calls in his line, in
Bourbon and surrounding counties, with
promptness. Charges Reasonable. tf
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.
Paris' Omnibus Line.
Two first-class busses will connect with
all passenger trains at the Paris depot,
fare, 25 cents to the hotels or any part of
he city or suburbs. Trunks, 15 cents
extra. No charge for valises.
L. F. Mann, Prop'r.
Immediate Belief in all Cases by
Cured of Rheumatism in Two Hours.
Buffalo, N. Y., May 2, 1882.
Dr. Rush's Medical Association:
Gentlemen. 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 cure rheumatism. Truly Yours,
89 Erie St., Buffalo, N. Y.
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
fails to cure
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 price by Dr. Rush's Medical Association,
Nuuait, Jtf. Y., U. S. A.
JiWS J, LDSb, Pfo.'r, JEM J, Hit M
Rates, Two Dollars Per Day.
Nice Sample Booms for Commercial men.
Livery and Sale Stable CoimeclvT
& Losses Promptly Paid. &H
" Rates as Low as-The Lowest. && ; '
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Is the shortest and Quickest route .
TEXAS. Tickets to ail
points North, East
and West.
Time Card in Effect July 29th, 'S3:
Lve Covington ....... 8:00 am 3:00 rra.
fvelalmouth IbSam 4:35 pro
Cynthiana 10.M0 am 5'Al) pin
.H:15am C:15
Winchester J2:10 pm 7:15 pm
ye Wnchester 125 pm 7:30 pm
Richmond 1:40 pm 8:40 pm
Lve Lancaster
ATr Stanford June 10:35 pm pm
Lve Stanford June 4:45 am
livo 5:10 am
Lve Richmond 6:y0am l:Cvira
Arr Winchester .. . . 7:3 am
Lve Winchester . . . . 7:33 am 2:u pin
Arr Paris 8:30 am 3:i5 pi
LveParis 8:30 am 3:15 j l .
LveOyntiana 9:05 am
Lve Falmouth 10:04 am 4:55 j.:
Arr Covington . . . 11:45 am G:'dO iirt
Lve Maysville 6:10 am 1:00
e Carlisle 7:35 am
Lve Millersburg 7:58 am 2:4- v.
LveParis 8:30 am 3:15 j ift
Arr Lexington y:20 am 4:tl i m
Lve Lexington 6:00 am 5:f'r iu
LveParis 6:50am .0:1 "i j ju
Lve Millersburg 7:15 am 6: lo i iu
Lve Carlisle 7:35 am 7:: V ui
Arr Maysville 9:00 am c:.Mi i :u
Lve Paris ii:30 am
Arr Lexington 12:05 pm
Lve Lexington 7:40 am
Arr Paris 830 am 3:iA :- '-a
Arrive at Paris going Northward at 3:15
arriving at Covington at 6:30 pm.
Trains going Southward leaves Covlngten
at 3:00 pm, arriving at 6:15 pm'.
Special Hates to EMTGHAjSTS.
"For tickets, rates and Information i
to time, connections, &c, call oi". ur ,
address JOHN STUART. Agkst,
Paris, K r.
G. "W. Bender, C. L. Brown.
Supt. G. P. & F. A.
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Grand Opera BuildV
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One Square from Railroad Depot K)t' '
Baggage transferred to and fro, fiv. "-;'
charge 1 '?
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Livery, Sale
& Feed Stable
Horses boarded, trained and sold
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