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  li   delay, in order to give both those who were (l1'1VC11 else-
yil tl   where by the {ire, and those who came mto the new build-
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Jno. W. McGarvey, pastor. Sunday services, usual hours. r A      
Prayer meeting, VVedr1qsday evenings. ` ill,   
Christian, Constitution, near \Va1nut. Elder John    el  
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‘   I   F. V. Bartlett, pastor. Prayer meeting, Wediiesday eve· [
gy .   gi nings. Services at the usual hours. '
i   Il   Second Presbyterian, Market, betw’n Church and Sec-
  5 ond. Rev. Robert Christie, pastor. Prayer meeting,
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  Second, or Independent Baptist, cor. Main and Merino.
  Rev. Fred. Braxton, pastor. Services, usual hours.
§* Pleasant Green Ba tist, cor. Lower and Miaxwell. Rev.
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  II `if Christian, East Fourth, near Upper. Elder M. Ayres, I
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" · III  I   St. Paul`s Methodist E., N. Upper, near Third. Rev.   "
‘   I.;   John Gazaway, pastor. Services at usual hours. Prayer
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Ig';  j ‘ Methodist Mission, cor. Constitution and Lincoln 3\ve-
  _l l’lll€. Rev. Adam Nunn, pastor. Services, usual hours. ,;
  I   Asbury Methodist E., E. VVatcr, near Rose. Rev. Mr. I
    { Courtney, pastor. Services at usual hours. _
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  I I _ C, S. Bell, Superintendent. I
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  il H. A. Saxton,   First Soprano: ;·
  Lon Jones, Second Soprano;  
  ‘ James Chnstccn, First Cornet: V
; i VV. S. Vcnablc, First Solo; `
Q Q Q Henrv C. \Villia1ns, Tenor; l
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‘ ‘ I; Cassius Clmstccn, Second Alto; fl ·;;_
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I   il Frank \\'olH, Baritone;  
l     john A. )Iillig:1n, Bass Drum and Cyinbals:  
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l`    H. NV. Gibncy, Second Violin: V}
    Clarcncc \V&l(lC, Violinccllo; j
i     W. McGurvcy, Jr., Flutc; `.
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  MASONIC. j
  Lexington Lodge, No. 1, meets first and third Fridays  
  in each month, at Masonic Hall.   l
  Daviess Lodge, No. 22, second and fourth l\Iondays in n   I
  each month, in Court-house. { ,
  Devotion Lodge, No. 160, iirst and third Tuesdays in  
n I each month, in Odd-Fellows’ Temple.   ¢
_, { Good Samaritan Lodge, No. 17.;, first and third Thurs-  
days in each month, in Court-house. "
i Lexington R. A. Chapter, No. 1, second Thursday in  
I each month, at biasonic Hall.  
\Vashington Council, No. 1, fourth Thursday in each i
. month, in Court-house.
\Vebb Cominandcry, No. 2, second Friday in each ‘
. month. at Bhtsonie Hall. i
it ODD-FELLOWS. ·
;_§ LTEET ix ODD-FELLO\\'S’ Tmiimia.
‘ I l·`riendsl1ip Lodge, No. 5, Friday.
Covenant Lodge, No. 22, Saturday.
i\Ierrick Lodge, No. 31, hfonday. V
’ Bethesda Encampment, second and fourth Tuesdays. Q
C Lexington Degree Lodge, first and third Tuesdays. 1
l` l ANCIENT ORDER OF UNITED WORKMEN.
A LIEKT AT 22% \V12sT Man} STREET.
Fayette Lodge, No. 5, Thursday.
Mutual Lodge, No. 11, B/Ionday.
- KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. V
,.} Phantom Lodge. No. 15. meets VVednesday, in Odd-Fel-
  lows’ Temple. ,
  Amanda Lodge, No. 31, Tuesday, in Court-house.
  GOOD TEMPLARS.
  LIEET ix ODD-FELI.O\\*Sl TE)lPI.}E.
  Ashland Lodge, No. 217, Thursday.
   

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    Third DZI()llLl2l)' in Bluy and November. C1`lIl]ll]21l and - Q
   l Equity Term, tirst DIOIILIQIY in Felurunry. __
gf Q` . COMMON PLEAS COURT; {
ii; Z  B. F. Buckner, Judge; Asn I\IeCon;ntliy, Clerk;   R. ~
  `  IVI0rton, Commissioner-—iirst Monday in _I:1mmry, »
  April, and September.
  .   COUNTY COURT;
i ’_»   r Second I\Iond:1y in each montl1——(open every day for
    Probate business.)
  I OJIARTERLY COURT; ·
  . First I\Ion—.ttli fhtttirtlziy in March. june. i  
ji SC1)lLJll'll)Cl`,_2lHf.l l}ec¤·mber; A. ll. Sl1rop:=liire—·—1st {
F: I l Suturduy in Nlatrch. june, Septemnbcr. l)ecembt~r. I
ii, Constztble. Luther Foley. l i
' SlXTll DlHTR.lLj'l`——(lj;1st lliclcinztn.)   i
  Blugistrtttes: ll. C. Sen-—1S=t S;iturduy in ;\I;1rch, june, l : }
A Septeniber, and December: C. LY. (‘iil)SL>ll—·—..I.[l1 Szntur- l i
` I day in Yxlztrch, _[unc_, Iiepttaniber, amd Dr.·ecml»er. l  
i (.ionst;tl>le, liobertll Fox. i 7
I 5li`VEN'l.`l{ l)lSTRlCT—(Lexingtcin.)
NI;zgi:~ir:1tes; Charles (jll)S(}!]-—I$l Saturday in lturch, T
june. September, und December; L. L. l{oy:1lty—.tth
Sutnrduy in n/Iurcli. june, Scpteznber. December.
· ` Constable, _]. R. llcnesey. ’
l*]l()[lTll DlSTRlCT—(Lexington.} ‘_
. lingistrntesz John L’12l1'l`S—I5t Suturdzty in Blurch, june.
September, und December; joseph H. r\.Y1l1l])Clt—-tll}
V Saturday in Blurch, june, September, Deceniber. }
  Constable, R. R. Perry.
It Bl;1gistr;1tcs’ terms expire l\[;1y, 18yo.
Constz1blcs` terms expire Bday, 18];.
CITY SCHOOLS. _
FTORTON. No. I. i
G. D. llunt, Principal.
~ Miss T\‘ILl1`}' \\Tfll`C, First Assistuiii.
— Blrs. Ll.   \Virt, Second Assistznit,
` Bliss Jennie Rnndzxll, Third Assistant.
T Bliss Currie `\V;1ide. Fourth Assistatnt.
HARRISON. No. 1.
`   T. Gaines, Principal. J
l\Irs. Surah Rhoton, First Assistant. `
_ l\Iiss l\Izn‘y Durby, Second Assistant.
sy Bliss Lidzx Turner, Third Assistant.
`· . l\/[iss Tudie Daly, Fourth Assistant.
_; ‘ DUDLEY, No. 3. "
  \Vm. Abner Oldham, Principal.
  B/Iiss Mollie Deshn, First Assistant.
  . Miss Lizzie Gill, Second Assistant. `
;'_ l\Iiss Lizzie Freeman, Third Assistant.
1% Miss Addie Scrugham. Fourth Assistant.
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rr  l s Wo Srll lla Hartford Wrrrr Wrrr lllalrrorror.    
  . Mattresses sent out on trial to responsible parties.  
  Q Now in stock and for sale,  
  P A Very Choice Lino of Works of Art, l
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`    Paintings, &c.
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  :1 , ln all its branches promptly attended to, day or night.
V. Q` Shrouds, Robes, Crapc, Gloves, and Hacks fur-
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  I CITY GOVERNMENT.
  The City Council meets on the iill'SI]',[`l1lI!'S(lZl}` of every (
’ month. at City Hull building, cor. VK/Inter and NIH].
, I { " BIAYOR: I
l ` 1   T. Fl'2lZ€l`·—ICI`Il] expires l\Iz1rcl1 I2, 1876.
  ATTORNEY;
  \\rY21tIS P£ll`l{C1'—tC1`IT] expires l\/Izireh I2, 1876.
~   AUDITOR AND ASSESSOR; `
I Iesse \\IO()(l1`lliT——tC1`Il] expires l\I;1rel1 I2, 1876.
i RECORDER:
I _]:unes II. I\'IlIlli{_{1lIl—I[Cl`l1l expires August 1. 1876.
1 CLERK RECORDER`S COURT & CITY COUNCIL: I
George C. Snyder——term expires I\/Inreli 12. 1876.
. ii 'TREASURER:
g I}. T. NIilton-——term expires I\/Iureh I2, 1876, ‘
‘  A i LESSEES OF XVORK HOUSE:
l I\{CI.1lll_gI]II1`l X; E',Ill1`1)l]}`—IC1'l]l expires August. 1876.
  COLLECTOR: _ I
James F. R<>l>i11s<>11, J1`.—tC1`ll1 expires EIIZITCII. 1876.  
; PHYSICIAN: i
IE Dr. Riel1;1r11aeeu·01u·. ° ' ·
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   I1, DEPUTY TO CHIEF;  
        john Shannon—term expires same time. ‘ I I
 Li   Q F CAPTAIN NIGHT POLICE; I ,
  I   H. R. Atchison—tcrm expires March rz, r876_ v_
 I;}       LIEUTENANT; ,/I
 III       C, M. Hendricks——term expires same time. I
  I   . SUBORDINATE NIGHT POLICE: "
  fi     Watchman at large, H. Clines. f
 I; I   \/Kfnrd NO· I·*A· Fl`3nk DIIIOIT fllid Jesse   ' I I
Y Ii ·   VVard No. 2.—Wm. 1\Iasner and G.   \Velch, I
    . Ward N0.   S. I\Iasner and Thomas Donlan. ,
ufl   I Ward No. 4.-——E. M Garrett and John Rodgers. _
  I Terms expire March, 1376.  
P i> CITY COUNCIL; l'
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  I Ward N0. ¤.—M. C. johnson, Jno. B. Ilusmn, and _]m,_ V;
ff  I R. Cleary. I
 ,   Ward No. 2.——T.   Bush, Wm. C. P. Breckinridge, and '
 , ‘   I James M. Graves.
 I   Ward No. 3.—_Iohn Boyd, O. L. Bradley, and B.   I
 I I I Treacy.
I VVard No. 4.—_Iohn W. Berkley, Dennis Nfulligan, and
  · Tllolngs WOQ(l_ I
 I - Terms expires February, 1876. i I
i   CITY COURT---Daily. I
I   I Recorder, james H. Mulligan. I
  II wom; HOUSE. I
I Situated on corner of South U 2 Jer and Bolivar Streets.  
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 · I POOR HOUSE.  
I  if Tate’s Creek Road, 9 miles Southeast from Lexington. _ I
  I BOARD OF CONTROL---Poor and Work House.  
  I The Mayor, Mulligan, and Wood. I
    FIRE DEPARTMENT. I f
I  » _ PAUL CONLON, CHIEF. `I
I;  I Lexington Steam Fire Company, No. 1, East Short, I
  ~ ' near Mulberry.
` II _ M. S. Dowden Steam Fire Company, No. 2, East Short, I
  I I near Mulberry. `
I ,   Lexington Hook and Ladder Company, No. 1, E. Short, I
* § I 1 near Mulberry, —
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il   - COUNTY JUDGE; '
`J · John T. Stevenson—Of`rice,   VV. cor. Court-House-
va term expires September, 1878. {
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