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CHAMP MILLER Editors and Owners
SEVEMTEENTH YEAR
persons having claims against
ALL assigned estate of A J Ball
are requested to present them at once
properly proven as required by law to
the undersigned or his attorney Har
iion Stitt
PERRY JEFFERSON
27nov tf Assignee
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ASSIGNEES NOTICE
A LL persons having
claims against
J the assigned estate of M H
Cur-
Tent are requested to present them at
once properly proven as required by
law to the undersigned or hisattorney
Harmon Stitt
H C CURRENT
27nov tf lAssignee
ASSIGNEES NOTICE
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persons having claims against
ALL assigned estate of I R Best
are requested to present them at once
properly proven as required by law to
the undersigned
HARMON STITT
27nov tf Assignee
ASSIGNEES NOTICE
A LL persons having claims
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against
the assigned estate of James H
Lietton are rea nested to present them at
nee properly proven as required by
law to the undersigned or his attorney
Harmon Stitt
L M GREEN
27nov tf Assignee
JMDffl PIE
persons having claims against
ALL assigned estate of J J Peed
are requested to present them at once
verified as required by law to the under
signed or their attorneys J Q Ward
r Harmon Stitt
J GK ALLEN
J D PEED
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Lexingt n Ky
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The Best
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The only safe sure and
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ed to married Ladies
Ask for BX MOTTS PEJTirYKOYAIi PUIS and take no other
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IM MOTTS CBCESMJCC AJL CO - Cleveland Ohio
For Sale By W T Brooks Druggist
ASSIGNEES NOTICE
persons having claims against
ALL assigned estate of J G-
Sniedley are requested to present them
at once properly proven as required by
law to the undersigned or their at
tornev Harmon Stitt
A SMEDLEY
B D SMEDLEY As8imeeB
27novtf
ASSIGNEES NOTICE
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Smith Barnes
Pianos
are not so well known as some other
pianos because they have not been
extensively advertised For this same
reason they are
Not High Priced
They are most suitable for the homes
of the people We carry a complete
stock of uprights and they are well
worthy of inspection Catalogues of
Smith Barnes Pianos sent on request
We are sole representatives for the
Steinway Pianos
Ernest Urchs Co
121 and 123 West Fourth Street
CINCINNATI O
The First Battle
W MILLER has received
OSCAR
the exclusive agency for this and
adjoining counties for the sale of
Bryans new book entitled The First
Battle It is written in Mr Bryans
best style clear concise and logical
His inspiring language full of keen
satire and brilliant rhetoric willcharm
interest and instruct not only those who
were his most devoted followers but
also his most ardent opponents The
books contains about 600 pages printed
from large clear type with 32 full page
illustrations a magnificent colored
presentation plate and an autograph
preface handsomely bound m cloth
half morocco or full morocco at 175
225 and 275 each Mail orders will
receive prompt attention Address
Oscar W Miller Hutchison Ky
A-
NOTICE
ALL persons having claims
the assigned estate of
against
Joshua
Barton will please prove the same ac
cording to law and leave them
with the undersigned or at the office of
Harmon Stitt Paris Ky
Those knowing themselves indebted to
the estate will please settle promptly
land avoid suit
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J M VIMONT
Assignee Joshua Barton
Millersburgj Ky
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DESIRABLE
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STOCK AND TURF NEWS
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Sales and Transfers Of Stock Crop Etc
Turf Notes
Jonas Weil has bought a bunch of
1100 lbcattle from J E Lynn of Lin
coln at 355 per cwt They were de
livered last week
It is reported that John Madden of
Lexington has offered 3000 for
Typhoon II a second choice in the Ken
tucky Defby J C Coon the owner
refused the offer
At Louisville Wednesday twenty six
hogsheads of Bourbon county new
laf -tobacco sold at 1225 iq
790 25 hhds new lugs at 650 to 430
15 hhds new trash at 380
Peter Durgea of New York has offer
ed C W Williams 30000 for the
stallion Allerton 209 The offer was
refused L G- Tewksberry has re
fused 25000 for John R Gentry
Henry A Fleischinann Bernard Pol
lak and Joseph Wesner of Vienna
Vustrid are attending the horse sales ai
Ltxington At Fasigs recent sale
thpse foreigners bought 89000 worth of
horses and sent them to Vienna r
At the meeting of the National Saddle
Horsp Breeders Association held in
Louisville Tuesday the following offi
ffi s were elected President Col John
B OistWian of Lonisville First Vice
President Prof T J Doolan Finch
ville Second Vice President Capt Will
A G aines Georgetown S cretary I
B Nail Louisville Treasurer Attilla
ox Louisvibe In the future no divi
dends will be declared bnt all funds
will be devoted to the advancement of
saddle horse interests
Racers Sold At Auction
Wednesday sixty five horses sold at
the Brasfiold sale at Lexington for
8100 an average of 125 The pacing
stallion J H L 208 by Idol Wilkes
orought 700 the highest price of the
day going to W T illiamson oi
hlason Tenn J H Letton of tmV
county last year sold the horse
for 1100 Among the other sales
were
Fermo b f 1894 by Wilkes Boy
dam by Dictator Ed A Tipton 160
Henry C Jewett b g 1894 by
Patchen Wilkes dam by Sherman Ed
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Uhestnut colt iy uy cea wiiKes
dam Emma G by Atmont Ed A Tip
ton 225
Finest 0bm 1894 by Onward dam
Pearl by Homer N H Rowland Lex
ington 525
Happy Boy br g 1893 by Wilkes
Boy dam by- Happv Medium C F
Neagle Lexington 255
Sister Red b m 1890 by Red Wilkes
dam by Volunteer Ed A Tipton 350
Bay gelding 1895 by Clay King dam
sister to Prince Wilkes 214f by Red
Wilkes Ed A Tipton 200
The best sales yesterday were
Brooklawn Baron br c 2 by Baron
Wilkes dam Bertha Rogers W J
Young 275
Bay mare 5 by Almomedo dam by
Bellaire C F Nagle 150
Dunbar 221 br g by Ethan Wilkes
dam by Indianapolis W J Young
320
Foxhound 226 b g by Alfred G dam
Hinder Wilkes W G Swearengen
Paris 390
Redalia 226 7 by Red Wilkes dam
Ethel Ben Kenney Anaconda Mont
630
Flight b m 10 by Baron Wilkes
dam Lamberta I T Harbison 535
Wrights Celery Tea regulates the
liver and kidneys cures constipation
and sick headache 25c at all druggists
RESIGEHG
H EAST PARIS
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For W or For Sale
MY home place in East Paris Ky
containing about fourteen acres
A substantial well improved brick
house eight rooms and kitchen also
brick servants house two good cisterns
large stable with ten box stalls
Possession giyen about 15th or 20th of
November 1896
Address me at 97 East Main street
Lexington Ky
tf J T MCMILLAN
DAUGHERTY
AND mi PAINTER
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434 Main St
DHATOfl
ALSO DEALER IN
Paris Ky
Paints Oil Tarnfslies
Brushes Artists Ma
terials Window
Glass Etc
Estimates promptly furnished for
glass paints painting and decoratin
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portrait
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New Portrait
Ps Ky Januarv 12 1897
anew portrait made
by anew access It is finer in finish
thaitalft photograph made from life
wWchcp not be produced for less
thanten dalkrs is beautifully colored
in and will never fade
Tpropoilp make just fifty of these
pictureajp to introduce them will
make thfilowing offer until Feb 15th
1897 sgr -
I wilLmgfce half dozen of my best
cabiriete one size 16x20 inches
abdYedetojribed portraits with mat
completejr 6 You are not com
pelled to ygy irame irom me out l can
es cheaper than anybody
dered Call and see these
espectfully
L Grinnan
Photographer
btice Of C O Railroad
peake and Ohio Railway
concessions which will be
thoroughly appreciated by the holders
of 1000 smd 2000 mile books in travel
ing betweSii Washington and Cincin
nati Beeafter when the distance
tfaveled over 450 miles the first train
collector ign the 0 O will detach
450 miles f coupons and issue in ex
change ticket good all the way through
from thestarting point to destination
providingghat East bound the distance
is 450 milie or over including but not
beyond Washington City
X8terdajs Temperature
The following is the temperature as
noted yeserday by A J Winters Co
of this cljj
7 a mS j 31
8 a m5 32
9 a mSi 33
10 a wM 36
12 m 39
2 p mBK 40
3 p mfSlj 41
4 p mm 39J
5 p m 37
7 p mgi 36
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JameaL Allen and -
Kittie J Allen his vrifej Defendants
By virtue of a judgment of the
Bourbon Circuit Court rendered in the
above styled cause its November
termr 1896 1 will sell publicly at the
Court house door in Paris Kentucky
about the hour of 12 oclock noon on
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 20 1897
the following described real estate
to wit
That certain tract of land situate o n
the J ackstown Silas Turnpike ad
joining the lands of M Davis Dr R A
Moore James Thompson and E A
Allen and is bounded as follows Be
ginning at a stake on the north side cor
ner to John Allison and Tnomas L
Ways line and running thence N 63 W
173 6 10 poles to a point in said road be
tween two stones corner to Jones heirs
and he Silas Church lot thence with
two lines of said lot S 56 W 6 36 100
poles to a stone thence N 60 W
21 56 100 poles to a stone in W A
Formans line thence S 1 E 137 60 100
poles to a buckeye tree thence N 86 W
45 36 100 poles to the middle of the road
20 links from two stakes on the side of
the road corner to Mrs Way thence
with her lineS 39f E 131 poles to a stake
in J Bristows line thence with his and
three of John Allisons lines N 39 E 70
poles to an oak tree thence S 54 E
16 84 100 poles to a stone thence N 37 E
131 80 100 poles to the beginning con
taining according to survey 155 acres
three quarters 3 8 10 poles except 37
acres conveyed by said James N Allen
and wife to Kittie J Allenetc of record
at deed book 72 page 85 thus leaving
about 118 acres
Said sale will be made upon a credit
of six and twelve months for equal parts
of the purchase money for which the
purchaser will be required to execute
bonds payable to the undersigned Mas
ter Commissioner with good surety to be
approved by him and bearing interest
from date until paid at the rate of six
per cent per annum having the force
and effect of a judgment Said sale is
made to satisfy a judgment in favor of
the plaintiff herein against the defend
ant for 138645 with interest thereon
from August 27th 1896 debt and inter
est aggregating on the day of sale the
sunt of 1426 87 and the costs of this suit
amounting to 7600 making the
total sum to he raised on the day of sale
the sum of 150287
Witness my hand this 5 th day of
February 1897
2SMMETT M DICKSON
Master Commissioner Bourbon Circuit
Court
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Did you Ever Think
What a risk you are taking this kind
of weather by wearing those old worn
out shoes Get a new pair Our
prices are low now We want to sell
them
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PARIS BOURBON CO KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 5 1897
Carpets Furniture Wall Papers Draperies
Special Sale of Pictures
Beginning Monday January 18 we will place on sale
atout 200 choice pictures marked down to less than one
half of former prices Latest subjects Artistic frames
This is a rare opportunity for hotels restaurants and
private families to obtain beautiful pictures at low prices
Marked in plain figures See our display
Brower Scott Frazee
HERE YOUR
Established FEB i 1881
NO 11
CHANCE
We intend to reduce our stock because we
to move to a different store room
are
goings
We have marked down prices in order to sell quickly
all our surplus stock We can give you somechoice bar
gains now Come quick Everything low
Neckties Hats Shirts Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs
everything is offered for less money than ever before
Paris Furnisbiagand Tailoring Co
H S STOUT Manager
Wm Hukill Jr Cutter
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THE
Queen Crescent
reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed
through trains Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman Chatta
nooga Attalla Birmingham Tuscaloosa Meridian New Orleans Atlanta Macon
and Jacksonville Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville Hot Springs
and Asheville and from Chattanoogo to Jackson Vicksburg Monroe
and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and
San Francisco Choice of Routes to Texas Mexico and California
via New Orleans or via Shreveport
Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati
with every accommodation to patrons Free Parlor
Cars Lexington to Cincinnati Cafe Parlor and Observa
tion Cars between Cincinnati Lexington and
Chattanooga
Chas W Zell W O Einearson
Div Pasr Agt Cincinnati 0 O P A Cincinnati O
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A Few Words To
My Patrons
Christmas has come
and gone and I have
my friends and patrons
to thank for the best
Christmas business I
have eyer done The
best goods low prices
and attractive designs
did the work
For the coming year
you may expect to see
my establishment filled
with the best the mar
ket sup plies My
prices will always con
form with the quality
of the goods shown
and taking quality for
quality my quotations
will be as low as the
lowest
J T HINTON
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