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The Bourbon news. (Paris, Ky.) 1895-19??, February 12, 1897, Image 5

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TIE BODBBOH HEWS
Se citteenih Year Established 1881
En icicl at the Post office at Paris Kyt as
seco wiss mail matter
TELEPHONE NO 124
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news costs you cant even get a re
port from a gun free of charge
Make all Checks Money Orders Etc
payable to the order of Champ Miller
Sunday will be St Valentines Day
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Quarterly Court is
week
in session this
Lent begins March 3 Easter Snnday
occurs April 18th
E B Hedges has moved into his
newly purchased residence on East Third
street
Several Paris men are willing to bet
that neither Jackson or Walling will be
hanged
Edw Fothergill has accepted a
position at the Paris Telephone Ex
change
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Geo W Stuart has withdrawn from
the race for County Clerk on the Repub
lican ticket
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The six-year-old child of Emma
Thomas colored living on the West end
of Eighth street has diphtheria
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Henry Isgrigg has rented R B
Hutchcrafts residence on Mt Airy
avenue and will shortly move into it
Lost Tuesday between Paris and
Sidney D Clays a cart spring Finder
will please leave at Mann Fnhrmans
stable
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The countys rock crusher is bing
moved to the vicinity of the Peacock
distillery The willipus wallapus is
now being used on the Hawkins Cum
mins pike
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Attention is directed to the advertise
ment in another column of public sale
on March 2 of 435 acres of fine land by
B F Bedford Jr also stock crop and
farm implements Read the ad
On second and third pages the Charles
ton dispatches relate interesting ac
counts of the naval demonstrations at
that point The description of the
storm at sea giyen on third page is
especially graphic
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Chas Thomas marshal of Millers
burg yesterday brought two negro boys
Will Turney 12 and Wm Preston
Victor 14 to this city and placed them
in jail They are charged with break
ing into the Presbyterian parsonage
The stockholders of the Southern
Building and Loan Association of
Knoxville of whom there are about 10
000 quite a number of whom reside in
Bourbon will hold a meeting at Knox
ville March 4 to endeavor to secure a
plan of voluntary liquidation
C B Smith of Hutchison has
bought of Davis Bros of Popular
Plains the Kendall farm containing
253 acres and one of the best improved
farms in Fleming County at 40 per
acre Davis Bros take C B Smiths
home farm of 84 acres of No 1 land
well improved at 70 per acre as part
payment
Prof Herod Osborne a clever in
structor of the Terpsichorean art who
successfully taught several classess
in -this city several years
ago was here Wednesday and Thurs
day on a prospecting trip Prof
Osborne was heartily greeted by many
old friends He will probably return
in a few days ana start a class in
dancing
Sidney B Clays Sale
Auctioneer A T Forsyth reports a
good crowd at Sidney D Clays sale
Tuesday The farm was bid to 50 per
acre and withdrawn Thirty one mules
sold at an average of 6750 six yearling
mules aggregated 12250 one weanling
mule 17 horses 6 to 40 colts 6 to
12 cows 25 to 34 Farm imple
ments sold high
A Negro Accidentally Killed
On Sunday night j onthe farm of Mr
John C Clayr in the edge of Clark
county two negro men were examining
a gun and a pistol The pistol was dis
charged and the bullet struck one of the
negroes in the face the wound resulting
in death in a few hours Before dying
the negro said his companion was inno
cent of any malice that it was purely
an accident
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Mrs Johnsons Cooking School
Mrs W A Johnson will open her
cooking school next Thursday in the
school room formerly used by Miss Tip
ton Four lessons will be given each
week Thursday morning at ten oclock
and in the afternoon at 230 on Mon
days Tuesdays and Fridays
Mrs Johnson has taken a full course
of instruction in the art of cooking and
The News from personal knowledge
can recommend her very highly
Destructive Fire In Carlisle
What proved to be a most destructive
fire originated early Wednesday morn
ing in John F Firths tin and stove
store in Carlisle and resulted in the
total destruction of the St Cloud Hotel
Firths tin store Poynteis photo gal
lery George Motchs jewelry store and
Thos Livas barber shop and greatly
damaged the building and stock of Rat
lin5 Bros groceries The losses aggre
gate about 25000 with an insurance of
only 3 000
The Carlisle fire department -proved
powerless to subdue the flames and aid
was asked of the Paiis department and
Mayor Yerkes sent over a steamer hose
etc on a special train which was fur
nished by the L N Good work was
done by the Paris company and they re
ceived many expressions of gratitude
from Carlisles citizens The special
train under the direction of Train Mas
ter W H Anderson made the trip of
sixteen miles in twenty eight minutes
The Cuba Hat at J W Davis
Cos
Nettie Skipped to Cincinnati
There were troubles of various kinds
within the ranks of The South Before
The War Company Monday at Mays
ville Before the performance Nettie
Paul one of the negro actresses left
for Cincinnati and it is alleged that she
took with her a valuable package that
belonged to some one else Manager
Martell wired Chief Deitsch at Cincin
nati to arrest her but at last accounts
she had not been captured After the
performance tis said that a war of
words occurred between Martell and
several members of the company
In this city Tuesday a member of the
company had an execution served on Mr
Martell for 1750 salary due him and to
recover his trunk Martell gave up the
trunk and gave bond for his appearance
here for trial
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Rev Cadesman Pope Assigns
Rev Cadesman Pope President of
the Millersburg Female College made
an assignment yesterday to his son
Olin C Pope of Millersburg Rev
Pope has been the honored President of
the Millersburg Female College for
about eleven years and is a member of
the Methodist Conference The sched
ule of his assetts and liabilities has
not yet been filed
The assignment was precipitated by
the previous assignment of several of
Dr Popes endorseis on the purchase
bonds of the college property
The News is informed that the
school will probably be continued the
remainder of the scholastic year
Bourbon Parties Sued
Mrs Sallie Y Henderson of Con
necticut has entered suit in the United
States Court at Louisville against Joshua
Barton and several others who live in
Bourbon county for foreclosure of a
mortgage on some lands in this county
The mortgage was given as security for
a note of 6000
Before the action had been brought in
the United States Court Harmon Stitt
attorney for J M Vimont assignee of
Mr Barton had previously instituted
suit in the Bourbon Circuit Court to
settle the estate The Bourbon Circuit
Court will take precedence
An Important Conveyance
Edward Shinners and wife conveyed
to Harmon Stitt on Tuesday all of the
real estate owned by them in this city
consisting of their property on Main
Eighth and High streets and Lilleston
Ayenue in trust to be applied to the pay
ments of the debts owed by Edward
Shinners Sr at the timj of his death
and Edward Shinners Jr prior to
October 13th 1896 This property will
aggregate about 30000 and it is quite
probable that there will remain a snug
sum for Mrs Shinners after the pay
ment of all the debts
Held Up In Claysville
Spec Helvey and John Carter
both colored were arraigned in Judge
Webbs court yesterday charged with
highway robbery and had their exami
ning trial set for to morrow They are
charged with holding up a young white
farmer at the point of a pistol in Clays
ville and releiving him of eighty
cents all the money he had on his per
son The young man had 40 when he
came to town but did not take it with
him when he started to Claysville
AXive Crow Shoot
Next Wednesday Messrs Alfred and
G W Clay will give a crow and target
shoot at the Bourbon Gun Clubs
grounds on Mr John C Clays farm
near this city Crows will be trapped
at fifteen cents per bird and targets at
three cents each Dinner will be free
and matches will be made to suit
shooters
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Landslide On The T N
The 340 train from Winchester was
delayed forty minutes yesterday after
noon on account of a landslide which
occurred a mile this side of Winchester
A huge rock which fell on the track had
to be broken before it could be removed
The train was flagged in time to pre
vent an accident
PERSONAL MENTION
COMERS AND GOERS OBSERVED
THE NEWS MAN
Notes Hastily Jotted On The Streets At
The Depots In The Hotel Lobbies And
Elsewhere
Mr Thos Hutohcraft is yery ill
Maj J B Holladay has been ill for
several days
Miss Mamie Mamie McClintock has
been ill for several days
Mr Jonas P Rucker of Maysville
was in the city yesterday en route to
Lancaster on a visit
Judge H C Howard was in Erank
fort Tuesday on a business trip
Mr W N Stockton of Maysville
was a visitor in the city Tuesday
Mrs R C Tucker and -son visited
relatives in Millersburg yesterday
Miss Bettie Remington is visiting
her sister Mrs J W Fisher of Carlisle
Misi Mamie Spears will entertain
the Ladies Whist Club Tuesday after
noon
Miss Mary Boyd of Harrison is
visiting the family of Judge J Q
Ward
Mr and Mrs Otis Myers of Lex
ington are visiting at B G Patons in
the county
Mrs Hickson and daughter Mrs
Lemon left last night for a visit in
Flemingsburg
Mr Julius Purnell of this city
who has been very ill in Louisville is
much improved
Mrs Newton Mitchell returned yes
terday from a visit in Woodford county
accompanied by her father Mr Gay
Mrs A T Forsyth arrived home
last night from Louisville where she has
been visiting her son Mr Julius Pur
nell
Mr Julius Purnell of this city
who has been very ill at Louisville
where he is studying medicine is im
proving
Miss Florence Dillard who has
been visiting Misses Etta and Mamie
McClintock returned Wednesday to
Lexington
Miss Allie Morgan a handsome
Covington girl who is visiting relatives
in Lexington spent Wednesday with
the Misses Holladay on High street
Editor John Bosleyof the Reporter
called on President elect Wm McKin
ley yesterday at Canton Ohio Heres
hoping that Bro Bosley is slated for a
good thing when the President be
gins to deal out his favors
Miss Anna Bright Croxton of Win
chester is the guest of JAii H C
Buckner near this city Miss Croxton
is rapidly winning prominence in liter
ary circles in Kentucky and her writ
ings over the nom de plume of Sara
True have elicited much favorable
comment The News prints to day in
another column a dainty little poem the
product of her pen under the title of
His Valentine
Notes about Louisville society peo
ple who are well known in this city
Miss Emily May Wheat and Mr Stod
dard Johnson will lead the last of the
series of germans given this season at
the Athletic Club on the evening of
February 26 Miss Stella Ouerbacker
has gone to California on a pleasure trip
with her parents Mr and Mrs Samuel
Ouerbacker Misses Anna and Clara
Haldeman left several days ago with
their parents Mr and Mrs W N Halde
man and a party of young people for
Naples-on-the-Gulf The party went in
a private car
Mrs Maggie Waller gave a charm
ing tea Tuesday evening in honor of
Miss Hallie Matthews of Louisville
who is a guest of Miss Carrie Frank
The guests were Miss Matthews Miss
Frank Miss Mary Irvine Davis Rev
Eberharrft Dr M H Daily Prof A
M Gutzeit Messrs J D McClintock
J N Davis and Walter Champ The
collation was exceedingly dainty and
the floral souvenirs were bunches of
violets a delicate compliment to the
guest of honor being her favorite flower
Vocal music by Miss Matthews and
Rev Eberhardt and instrumental selec
tions by Mrs Waller and Prof Gutzeit
added to the pleasure of a most delight
ful evening
The Advent
BIRTHS
Of Our Future
Women
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This Byrd Is Caged
BY
Men And
Near this city to the wife of Thos
Butler a son
In this city Monday night to the wife
of Mr Harry Stamler a son Harry
Stamler Jr
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Knox Spring 97 Hats
J W DAVIS CO
Granville Byrd a native of Clark
county who lives near Paris was fined
20 yesterday in Judge Webbs court for
malicious destruction of property The
offense was throwing a rock through one
of the front windows of T F Brannons
saloon several weeks ago Byrd could
not pay the fine and went to jail
Engagements
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Of Auctioneer
Forsyth
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Feb 20 E M Dickson Master
lands
Feb 20 Jasper Offutt Admr mill
opera house and turnpike stocks
March 2 B F Bedford Jr land
stosk farm implements etc
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His Valentine
I can not send her flowers of Spring
Nor opera sett nor dainty thing
Not feven a little plain gold ring
But I can love her
I can not send her books galore
Of castled realms and lvric lore
The 8weetest8tory that I know
4 IsJthafc I love her
I can not sqndher wealth nor fame
Nor jeweled crown nOr titled name
Shell be my dear old fashioned Dame
-And boTH love her
If shadows linger long her way
Ill be as sunlight till the day
When all her paths are fair as May
Because I love her
If heart achesnrist her eyes in tears
my nearc win oe so near to ners
Shell f airerjgrow through fading years
- Because I love her
So wreaths of immortelles Ill twine
About her as I clasp her mine
And whisper Im your Valentine
Because I lovje her
Sara True
OBITUARY
Respectfully -Dedicated To The
Of The Dead
Memory
Dr CH Benton aged about sixty
years died Monday night near Old
Union The deceased was a surgeon in
the Confederate army
Mrs Mary E Hutchcraft wife of H
C Hutchcraft died at her home on
Main street Wednesday afternoon at
315- after a short illness of pneu
monia The deceased was fifty four
years old and was a dutiful wife a lov
ing mother and a faithful Christian
woman a member of the Second
Presbyterian Church She is survived
by her husband and three children
Mrs Fanniebelle Sutherland Ben
Hutchcraft and Edw Hutchcraft all of
this city She was the daughter of the
late Thos Cunningham and was a sis
ter of Thos and James Cunningham of
this county Mrs Wm Haley of
Clintonville Mrs W O Shropshire of
Harrison county and Isaac Cunning
ham of Marshall Mo The funeral
services will be held this afternoon at
230 by Rev E H Rutherford and Eld
J S Sweeney at the Second Presby
terian Church Burial at the Paris
cemetery The pall bearers will be Dr
W HKelly Dr Frank Fithian W
Clay Shropshire Ike Shropshire Chas
N Fitbiah W S Ray
NUPTIAL KNOTS
Engagements Announcements And Sol
emnizations Of The Marriage Vows
Rufus Bennett and Miss Mary E
Rogersboth of this city were married
yesterday afternoon in County Clerk
Patbn1 s office at the court house by
Judge-Howard--
The Guyer new Spring Style
Hat J W DAVIS CO
3E ulolio
Of 435 Acres Of
Bourbon Land
ST0CKR0P FARM IMPLliWS
I will sell at public auction on the
premises tour miles Hiast ot fans on-
the North Middletown pike beginning
at 10 oclock a m on
TUESDAY MARCH 2D 1897
the following land stock etc
My farm containing about 435 acres
of good well improved land will be
offered as a whole and thenin two tracts
Tract No 1 will contain about 250
acres subject to survey fronting on
the North Middletown pike with a five
room cottage on a beautiful site model
stock barn and corn crib in fact every
outbuilding that would add to comfort
all new and well built young orchard
peaches apples pears and cherries just
bearing two acres of strawberries the
famous Haviland variety two tenant
houses and a splendid tobacco barn will
house 18 acres This farm is well water
ed by Stoner numerous springs and a
large fish pond well stocked This is
one of the most desirable farms in the
county well located daily mail at the
door and is in good condition Will
grow hemp or tobacco
Tract No 2 will contain about 180
acres of fine land with a five room brick
house and a large tobacco barn will
house 20 acres all in bluegrass and rye
watered by Stoner and the finest spring
in the county The quality of this land
is A No 1 A good passway will be
secured to this tract not encumbering
tract No 1
At same time will sell the following
stock etc 1 brown gelding 5 years
old good roadster and work horse 4
thoroughbred mares pedigrees furnish
ed on day of sale 1 two-year-old
thoroughbred colt jeady to go in train
ing 5 work mules1 1 pair extra 30
Shropsliiredown ewes all registered or
eligible 10 Shropshiredown ram lambs
extra 1 imported Shropshiredown ram
a prize winner 6 extra Jersey cows and
heifers soon be fresh 150 barrels corn in
crib 400 cotton grain sacks good as
new mower binder hay stacker and
rakes wagon harrows plows cultiva
tors dump cart harness plow gear seed
stripper and other things too numerous
to mention
Terms made known on day of sale t
B F BEDFORD JR
A T Forsyth Auctioneer
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Reasonable Reasons
If there are any reasons why you
should buy shoes there is every reason
why you should buy them of us We
can pi ease you in style fit and price
and shoes bought of us you can depend
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THE BOURBON NEWS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 12 1897
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Read These Bargain Prices
529 Main Staris Ky
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BRICK cottage 5 roomB 10 per
month First class repair Ap
ply to BC INGELS
Ujant f Or O EDWARDS
A DESIRABLE GO ACRE
FOR SALE
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HAVE a well sitnated 60 acre Bour
bon County farm which I desire to
sell It is well improved For any
further particulars address
J E PLUMMER
8jan tf Millersburg Ky
Stable For Rent
ROOMY stable centrally located
Will rent for reasonable terms
Apply at The News office for further
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WE HATE EE0EIYED A SPLEHBID ST00E OP
IMPORTED SUITMGS M TRODSERIM
FOR FALL AND WINTER
Our Prices are lower than any house in Central Kentucky when
quality and style are considered We ask you to give us a call
FINE MERCHANT TAILORS
S E TIPTON Cutter
We are also agents or the celebrated Chas E Smith Shirt Full line of samples
FOR RENT
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Meils Wst Patent Leather shoes 475 worth 8600
Mens finest Calf shoes 450 worth 550
Hens finest Tan shoes 450 worth 550
The above are the celebrated Stacy Adams makeH
Boys Calf Shoes 100 to 2 00 worth 150 to 250
Childs fine Kid Spring Heels size 5 to 7J 85c worth 12
ChildjS fine Kid Spring Heels size 8 to 10 S100 worth Si 50
Misses fine Kid Spring Heels size 11 to 2 125 worth 175
These are only a few of the many Cash bargains we have to offen
Oall early and get choice
DAVI8THOMS0NdISGRM
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SPRING STOCK
HAMBURGS LACES
WASH DRESS GOODS
PERCALES
WHITE GOODS ETC
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All new fresh goods Call and see them
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Over Deposit Bank
Office hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 6 p m
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Office hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 6 p rm
JOHN CONNELLY
PARIS KENTUCKY
Work guaranteed satisfactory Calls
promptly answered Your work is
solicited Prices reasonable
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CONDONS
In order to close out jour stock we will sac
rifice everything in our l store at unheard of
prices
Strictly all wool Dress Goods in
novelty and plain styles always 50c
for this sale at 25c a yard
Choice of our finest Dress patterns
formerly 800 for this sale at 400
All our Underwear Blankets and
Comforts will be closed out at 25c on
the dollar
New and full line of Table Linens
Towels and Napkins marked down 50
per cent for this sale x
G D Corsets our specialtv 50c 75cr
and 1 00 worth double
Ladies and Childrens full Seamless
Hosiery 10 and 15c always sold at 25c
Our Domestics are the very best
brands in Calicoes Cottons and Sheet
ings
Calicoes 3 and 5c
Bleached Cotton good 5c
Best Cotton made 8c
10 4 Peperell Sheeting 18c
Notions of all kinds one half priced
We still enlarge Portraits free of charge
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