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THE BGURBOH EU
Seventeenth Year Established 1881
Eiucxcd at the Post office at Paris Ky as
seed1 -ass mail matter
TELEPHONE NO 124
SUBSCRIPTION PRICES
Payable in Advance
Oneyear 2 00 Sixmouths jfl00
news costs YSu cant even get a rk
port from a gun frke of charge
i Make all Checks Money Orders Etc
payable to the order of Champ Miller
Yesterdays Ball Gaines
Baltimore 5 Louisville 0
Cincinnati 3 Philadelphia 2
- Pittsburg 3 New York 2
St Louis 5 Brooklyn 15
Cleveland 8 Washington 7
Chicago 1 Boston 10
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Straw mattings dont cost
J THintOns He sells them
prices and he has a big stock to
from
much at
at low
select
The Methodist ladies gave a delight
ful strawberry and ice oreaui supper
Friday night They cleared about
forty dollars
Editor J L Bosley of the Reporter
fell in Washington the other day while
getting off a street car and sustained
painful injuries
Judge Chas Webb has moved his
office into the Simms building corner
Third and Main He will continue to
hold his court in the City Hall
Lexington burglars are bold Sun
day night they stole the underclothes
off John Sloan while he slept They
overlooked 47 which he had in a sack
in his trousers
The K C diision of the L N sent
a big excursion Sunday from Richmond
Lexington and Paris to Cincinnati
Nearly two hundred Parisians went to
spend the day in Cincinnati
An excursion to Natural Bridge and
Torrent will be run by the Paris Metho
dist Church people at an early date
-Definite announcement of time and
rates will be made in the next issue of
The News
The Womans Society of the Christian
Church will have an auction Friday
night at Odd Fellows Hall Refresh
ments will be served during the even
ing Admission and refreshments
twenty five cents
The parlor car of the L N fast
train between Lexington and Cincinnati
has just been brought from th6 repair
shop looking like a new coach It is in
charge of Bob Rowland the accom
modating porter
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Geo Doehrer sold for J R Morton
Master Commissioner of Fayette ninety
acres of the Dr R A Moore farm near
Jacksonville this county to John Alli
son at forty one dollars per acre The
sale was made Saturday
The Covington Post says Ullie J
Howard one of Covingtons young at
torneys will probably be a candidate for
the legislative nomination Hon Cecil
Pence the present legislator it is under
stood will not be a candidate for a sec
ond term
Dr H H Roberts has let the con
tract for the immediate erection of a
handsome suite of offices to be built ad
joining his residence on Duncan avenue
and Pleasant street The rooms will be
fitted with the very latest conveniences
and appliances of modern surgery
The News has been requested to state
that the Christian Endeavor Society
will shortly give a concert at the Chris
tian Church Music will be furnished
by Mr Starr vocalist and his pianist
and Miss Douglas of Lexington and
Mr Brown of State College will give
readings
Parisians who travel should remem
ber that a new time card took effect
Sunday on the L N The morning
trains from Maysville Lexington and
Richmond arrive at 745 and depart at
735five minutes later than by the old
schedule The afternoon train for Cin
cinnati departs at 346 and trains for
Lexington and Richmond leave at 545
The Maysville train departs at 635
See time card elsewhere
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Kniglits of Pjtlilas Notice
Attention Sir Knights You are
commanded to meet at the Armory to
night at 730 for inspection
Benj Perry
Captain
News Of The Courts
T Rnnire Lillestons court Saturday
Rube Henderson colored charged with
raping Mattie Thompson colored at
Clintonville was held over in 200 bond
for trial by Circuit Court
Wm Shannon of color was put un
der 200 bond to keep the peace He
was tried for threatening bodily harm to
his wife
J T Hinton has an immense stock of
carpets His prices on ingrain carpets
are extremely low and he is sealing car
pets every day This is your chance
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The Fayette Court House Burns
The Fayette county court house at
Lexington was damaged by fire Friday
morning at ten oclock to the extent of
about 55000 Most of the records were
saved but many historic and valuable
portraits were burned and Joel T Harts
famous statue the Triumph of
Chastity was brokeninto atoms by the
large bell which fell from the dome of
the building Portions of the broken
statue were carried away by relic hunt
ers It is believed thb insurance 55
000 will restore the court house
The Hai t Memorial Association has
already taken steps to replace the statue
It is believed that the model is still in
Italy and if it can be used another
statue will be made from it
High School Representatives
The preliminary declamatory contest
held at the City School chapel Friday
night to select a boy and a girl declaim
er to represent Paris in the Bluegrass
Tournament on the 27th atHarrodsburg
was attended by a large audience Chas
Blessing and Miss Nita Hudson were se
lected to contest for the prizes at Har
rodsburg Miss Minnie Veech Martin
was chosen to enter the vocal contest
Miss Sallie Joe Hedges will be the
pianist
Willis McMurtry and Claudia Wil
hoite declaimers Lily May Maseley
vocalist Ida Waide violinist and
Stella and Ida Waide piauists will rep
resent Nicholasville
Nominees in Nicholas
A dispatch from Carlisle to the
Louisville Post says At the Demo
cratic primary held in this county Sat
urday there were forty two entries and
several close finishes- The nominee for
Sheriff winning by ten and the School
Superintendent by nine The winners
were Judge John W Tilton Attor
ney John F Morgan School Suprein
tendent Jas Brady Sheriff Chas T
Donnell Deputy Willis Mathers County
Clerk John A Campbell Circuit Clerk
Sol Robertson Jailer M T Rafferty
Assessor Newton Rankin Coroner
John R Connelly
Murderers Sing and Pray
Henry Whitney colored charged
with murdering his brother Jim Whit
ney in this county last Wednesday was
brought before Squire Lilleston acting
judge during Judge Howards absence
for trial Whitney was held over with
out bail for trial by the Circuit Court
Whitney passes his time in jail in sing
ing aud praying as does also Ben Brad
ley under indictment for killing his
wife at Millersburg with a poisoned ap
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Sunday In The Queen City
Sdnday rate one dollar round trip
from Georgetown the Queen Cre cmt
Route again next Sunday Ball Game
Reds vs Brooklyns Coney Island Lud
low Lagoon Chester Park and the Zoo
All summer resorts open Ask your
Agent for particulars
You can afford to buy just the style
straw mattings you want at J T
Hintons He has roll after roll of mat
tings all beautiful patterns at low
prices
A Delightful Entertainment
The Rose Bud Club of Miss Bettie
Ingels school gave a delightful enter
tainment last Thursday evening in the
Odd Fellows Hall to a large and well
pleased audience The President of the
Club little Miss Katie Lee Hooge
presided with ease and dignity that
could not be excelled by many who are
her elders The programme consisted
of marches recitations dialogues and
exercise songs and each participant de
serves special mention but space for
bids Every one performed the part al
lotted to him or her in a manner that
showed careful and thorough training on
the part of the teacher and persever
ance and progress on the part of the
pupil The crowning of the May Queen
Miss Arabella Redmon followed by the
dance around the May Pole was very
pretty The Qaeens pages were Masters
Joe Mitchell and Archie Paxton who
were very gallant and were dressed in
picturesque costumes The youngest
tots in the school Misses Louise Davis
Essie Saloshin and Birdie Holstein liter
ally brought down the house in their
recitations and songs The programme
was pleasantly interspersed with music
by the Paris Orchestral Band
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A Main street lot 48x107 with a six
room residence adjoining Christian
Church will be sold on reasonable terms
at public sale May 19th by Chris
Grosche See ad in another column
A bottle of Dr Bells Pine Tarr
Honey should be on the medicine shelf
of every home In a sudden attack of
croup it is invaluable allaying the irri
tation and ending the danger in less
time than it would take to go for the
doctor It stands pre eminent as a rem
edy for coughs colds and all kindred
diseases
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The carpet display at T Hintons
equals any in Kentucky The low prices
will interest any buyer -Look them
over
Chris Grosche will offer at public
sale May 19th a centrally located cot
tage See adin another column
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PERSONAL MENTION
COMERS AND GOERS OBSERVED BY
THE NEWS MAN
Notes Hastily Jotted On The Streets A
The Depots In The Hotel Lobbies And
Elsewhere
Miss Sadie Hart is visiting relatives
in Millersburg
Miss Flora Hill has returned
a short visit in Newport
Mrs G B BrooKS is at home
a visit to relatives in Frankfort
Miss Emma Hite is visiting
ri
from
from
Miss
Maggie Hardiman in Lexington
Mr Bismark Frank arrived home
Sunday from a visit in Louisville
J N Ammerman of Cynthiana
was a visitor in the city yesterday
Miss Ophelia Childs of Lexington
U the guest of Mrs Georgie Spears
Miss Lizzie Bruce of Lexington
spent Saturaay with friends in the city
Hon J H Lapsley of Harrodsburg
is the guest of his son Dr F L Lapsley
Mrs G B Alexander and Miss Kate
Alexander were in Lexington Saturday
The young men of Flemingsburg
will give a commencement ball Friday
night
Mr and Mrs J D Armstrong
are guests of Mr and Mrs F R Arm
strong
Miss Bessie Redmon left Saturday
for a visit to Miss Nancy Hume in Mad
ison county
Miss Grace Swearengen is spending
a few days in Cynthiana with Mrs
Henry Casey
Mrs Roseberry Rogers left yester
day for Louisville to spend a week with
James Arnold
Miss Annie Dillard returned yester
day to Lexington after a visit to the
Misses McClintock
Mr A C Gutzeit of Lexington
was the guest Sunday of his brother
Prof A M Gutzeit
Dennis McNamara arrived home
yesterday after an absence of several
months in the South
Miss Bertie Wallis left Saturday for
Lebanon Ohio to visit the Misses Stu
art formerly of this county
Mr and Mrs Henry Clay of
ington were guests of Mr S S
Lex
Clay
and family Saturday and Sunday
Miss Emma Miller left yesterday
for Utah to spend the Summer nears
Salt Lake City with Mr and Mrs
David Depue the formei her brother
and the latter her adopted sister She
was accompanied as far as Cynthiana
by Misses Drusie Bedford and Laura
Trundle and Messrs 5 Jake Spears and
Oakford Hinton She will continue
her journey to Utah in company
with a party of Chicago friends
Miss Miller will be absent several
months and will be a member of a
camping party in the Rocky Mountains
to be chaperoned by Mr and Mrs
Depue
Misses Etta and Mamie McClintock
entertained a few friends with a charm
ing whist party Friday evening at their
home on Higgins avenue in honor of
their guest Miss Annie Dillard of Lex
ington The guests were Miss Dillard
Lexington Misses Bessie Holladay
Mary Brent Mamie Holladay Mary
Webb Gass Sadie Davis Bessie Arm
strong Sadie Hart Eddie Spears Fan
nie Mann Alice Spears Messrs Albert
Hintou C T Kenney J W Bacon
Robt Parks John Williams Dan
Morris Ed Tucker Talbot Clay Walter
Champ and Dr J R Adair Dr M H
Daily DrW C Ussery and Dr F L
Lapsley
Men who like a cool quick quiet and
easy shave should patronize Crawford
Bros barber shop Clean first class
bath rooms are connected with the shop
Satisfactory service at all times tf
Hop Zee Selling Out At Low Prices
On account of dull business I intend
to leave Paris in two weeks I am now
selling my entire stock of goods at retail
at low prices for less than I paid for
them Please call and buy something
and help me raise some money
I have been in Paris nearly six years
and many people have been very kind to
me and 1 am sorry to leave but I cant
make a living here and I am compelled
to move away
Come and buy something from me I
would do as much for you if I could
Your Friend
Hop Lee
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How Bate To Frankfort
The F C Ry will sell tickets to
the State Convention at Frankfort and
return June 1st and 2d limited to the
5 th at one fare
tf C D Bercaw G P A
I have more wall paper than any
Kentucky dealer outside of Louisville
Handsome paterns all of them
J T Hinton
Beautiful in appearance are the
waists laundered bylhe Bonrbon Steam
Launday 8mytT
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J T Hinton can suit you in wall
papers Any style desired and at prices
that are just right Call in and see
theni
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Especial care is taken with ladies
shirt waists at the Bourbon Steam Land
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TEE BOURBON NEWS TUESDAY MAY 18 1897
NUPTIAL KNOTS
Engagements Announcements And Sol
emnizations Of The Marriage Vows
Mr Phil Deignan and Miss Maggie
Comack both of this city were mar
ried in Cincinnati yesterday
Rev Coleman Groves of Mt Sterling
anu Miss Mary Woodson of Louisville
will wed at the brides home Thursday
Invitations issued yesterday by Mr
and Mrs Harrison B Clay announce
the marriage of their niece Miss
Margaret Elizabeth Gnitskill to Mr
Silas Evans Bedford Tuesday afternoon
May twenty fifth at four oclock at the I
Second Presbyterian Church in this
city Invitations were only sent to
relatives and friends at a distance The
Paris and Bourbon friends are invited to
be present
The Advent
BIRTHS
Of Our Future
Women
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Men And
The infant daughter of ex President
and Mrs Harrison has been christened
Elizabeth
Ex Vice President Stevenson and Hon
P Wat Hardin are grandfathers A
daughter was born at Harrodsburg Sun
day to Rev and Mrs Martin Hardin
The infant will be named Letitia Steven
son Hardin
OBITUARY
Respectfully Dedicated To The Memory
Of The Dead
Christian Moerlin the famous Cincin
nati brewer and millionaire is dead
He was 79 years old
Robert Hall Anderson infant son of
Robert H and Linnie Anderson died in
Georgetown Friday Funeral Saturday
from the home of Mrs Buford Hall
Sunday morning Preston Thornton of
Lexington called on his fiancee Miss
Mattie Belle Smith in Louisville at the
home of her father M H Smith Presi
dent of the L N railroad and shot
himself while in the parlor Mr Thorn
ton had received a note from Miss
Smith breaking their engagement and
he called to effect a reconciliation
MrThurnton was prominent in rail
road circles and was an excellent young
man
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BASE BALL NOTES
Gossip of the Diamond Doings of
fessionals and Amateurs
Pro-
Edw Shinuers Portsmouth team
goose egged the Newport Reds Friday
Score 12 to 0
Buy your carpets at J T Hintons
He brings ih big lots and sells them low
down Ybii are especially invited to in
spect the carpets and inquire prices
STOCK AND TURF NEWS
Sales and Transfers Of Stock Crop Etc
Turf Notes
Ed Simms colt Cuba Free won a race
at Louisville Friday
The 10000 Futurity Stake at Louis
ville was won Saturday by McGuigans
Bannockbnrn Bangle second Howland
third
Macy a colt formerly owned by Clay
Bros of this county won the Inaugu
ral stake Saturday at St Louis Nim
rod another Bourbon horse was third
Thompson Tarrs F F V ran second
in the first race Friday at Louisville
F F Y acted badly at the post and ran
off once going a quarter of a mile
Ireland Fergusons Donatus won a
250 purse Saturday at Newport The
colt was eleventh at the start but won
in a close finish John Bright owned
by Talbot Bros captured a250 purse in
a gallop
You will be surprised and greatly
pleased when you learn the prices on
straw matting at J T Hintons Im
mense display now in the show win
dowssee them
mm Fil PARIS
ONE sorrel mare mule 6 yrs old
about 15 hands high goes lame in
front foot Any information thankfully
received
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ASSIGNEES SALE
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The undersigned assignee of W W
Sudduth will on
SATURDAY MAY 22 1897
at three oclock p in on the court house
square in Paris Ky sfII at public auc
tion the following articles
1 Huber steam engine traction
1 Gaar Scott separator
1 McSherry drill new
1 cutting harrow new
1 corn crusher
1 gristmill
1 McCormick binder
Terms Purchaser may give his note
with approved surety payable three 3
months after date with interest at six
per cent or he may pay cash at his op
tion
J Q WARD JR
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GeoR Doehrer Auctr
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Look Before You Buy
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And remember we guarantee more--for your money
than you can buy elsewhere or your refund1
ed and you to be the judge of it
Buy your shoes of us and get one of the beautiful
medallion pictures FREE See them on exhibition at
our store
DAVISJHOMSOMISGRIG
NEW
JUST ARRIVED PROM THE
IMPORTER
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Including such choice weaves as Eta
mines Ohanlilions Coverts Grenadines
Figured Twilled and Plain Mohair
Serges c
Call and see these goods
PRICES THE LOWEST
Ham burgs at greatly reduced prices
we
enlarge free
FINE MERCHANT TAILORS
S E TIPTON Cutter
We are also agents for the celebrated Chas E Smith Shirt Full line of samples
COMMISSIONERS SALE
FAYETTE CIRCUIT COURT
R A Moores Adinr Plaintiff
vs Order of Sale
Sallie Gr Moore etc Defendants
Notice is hereby given of the public
sale at the Court House door in Paris
Ky
Saturday May 15th 1897
of the Dr R A Moore farm of about 90
acres near Jacksonville Bourbon Co 2
orcnaras excellent neignDprnooa con
venient to churches schools and post
office good turnpike and within 4 miles
of a It R Station See hand bills
J R MORTON M C F C C
McMrLLAN Talbott Attys v
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529 Main St Paris Ky
CONDONS
A great deal of talk is being created by the
extraordinary bargains now being offered by
us and the following prices will command the
attention oi eyery careful buyer
Spring Dress Goods in all the
newest effects strictly all wool at
25c and 39c worth double
We will still sell our finest Dress
Patterns in black and colors at 4
some of them are marked 86 68
and S10
Table Linens Towels and Nap
kins are our specialty and we will
save you 25c o a the dollar if you
buy them from us
Gr D Corsets 50c 75c and 1
are the best in the world for the
price
Ladies and Childrens full seam-
See the new portraits
charge
less Hosiery at 10c and 15c
Others get 25c for the same - goods
Our domestic stock is the bes
assorted and decidedly the cheap
est
Extra good Brown Cotton 5c
Bleached Cotton good 5c -
Very Best Cotton 8c r il
10 4 Pepperell Sheeting 18c J -
Best Lancaster Ginghams 5c
Percales and Penangs 7c
Ladies Bleached Vests at
fill taped worth 25c
10c
Of
Patent Flour 525 bbl
Eating Potatoes Irish 25 c bu
Tellow Jersey Seed sweet 150 bbl
Southern Queen seed sweet 150 bbl
Ked Bermudas 200 bbL
For Cash only this week
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WE HAVE EE0EIVED A SPLENDID STOCK OP
IMPORTED SUITINGS AID
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER
Our Prices are lower than any house in Central Kentucky ru when
quality ancrsiyie are considered we asK you xo give us a caiLj
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FRESH CREAM
EVERY DAY
We hare completed arrangements to
receive daily from Miller Wards dairy a
large amount of extra fine Fresh
Cream the product of his noted prem
ium cows
We will keep on bands at all times at
our shop on Main between Sixth and
Seventh a 6upply of Fresh Cream which
we will retail in any desired quantity
at market price
Your patronage is solicited
HEDGES WALSH
Tha Popular M eat Market
WrlehtS telMV Tab Via
liver and kidneys cures constipation
I arid sick headache 25c at all druggists
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