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The Bourbon news. (Paris, Ky.) 1895-19??, July 30, 1897, Image 1

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CHAMP MILLER Editors and Owners
SEVENTEENTH YEAR
Clearance
BOYS
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PRICE
Frock
FOU
ENNYROYAL
WF9S
PILLS
For SalejBy W T Brooks Druggist
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RELIABLE CLOTHIBUi
Boys Suits at 60c worth 1
Boys Suits at 100 worth 150 s
Boys Suits at 150 worth 200
Boys Suits at 175 worth 250
Boys Suits at 200 worth 300
Boys Suits at 250 worth 400
This is an opportunity you should not miss
You can be assured of getting bargains at
this sale no paper talk but actual facts
Our Furnishing Qoods department is com
plete new styles of shirts neckwear etc ar
riving every week
Give us an early call
PRICE
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THE RELIABLE
airvHiEs
Suits
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Who pay cash like to deal where they can get the benefit of cash
We appreciate that kind of trade and you can save money by dealing
with us We will make our Fine Black Worsted
Cutaway
This will be a saving to you of 10 to 815
Trousers 350 4 and up
Paris FuroisliingandlailoringC
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H S STOUT Manager
Fred Lansing
Cutter
BOURB
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The only safe sure and
reliable Female PILL
ever offered to Ladies
especially recommend
I ed to married Ladies
Ask for 23R BIOTTS PEimTSOYAli P1LIS and take no other
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IXR JVIOTTS CHEMICAL CO - Cleveland Oldo
QUEEN CRESCENT
During the Tennessee Centennial ahd International Exposition at
Nashville Tenn a low rata special tariff has been established for the
sale of tickets from Cincinnati and other terminal points on the Queen
fc Crescent Route
Tickets are on sale until futher notice to Chattanooga at 535 one
way or 575 round trip from Georgetown the round trip tickets being
good -seven days to return other tickets with longer return limit at
865 and at 1180 for the round trip
These rates enable the public to visit Nashville andx other South
ern points at rates never before ofiered Vestibuled trains os the finest
class are at the disposal of the passenger affording a most pleasant trip
and enabling one to visit the very interesting scenery and important
battle grounds in and about Chattanooga Lookout Mountain and
Chickamauga National Military Park Tickets to Nashville to visit
the Centennial can be repurchased at Chattanooga for 340 round trip
Ask your ticket agerit for tickets via Cincinnati and the Q C Route
South or write to
W R BLA0KWELL
Georgetown ICy
or s
W C Rinb1r30X Gnl Pas5r Agent Cincinnati O
STOCK AND TORF NEWb
Sales and Transfers Of Stock Crop Ktc
Turf Notes
Wiii Coons of Ewiugton Montgom
ery county has lost 125 hogs from
cholera
John Larue arrived yesterday from
No Tvs C tilled
CARLISLE
ITrorn Nicholas County
Precincts
Born On Tuesday of last week
to
the wife of S T Tune a daughter
Myra Allen was appointed postmaster
at Hoorftown Nicholas county Friday
The repairs on the city building are
about completed and the engine will be
put in its new home this weak
T D Campbell will open school in
Dist No 1 Monday August 9 and de
sires a full attendance the first day
The surprise pic nic party given in
honor of Mrs Carl Gillespies birthday
last Thursday was an enjoyable affair
The lunch spread in the woods near her
home brought by friends and neighbors
was the very finestrthe last course con
sisting of cake ices and lemonadr
Mercury
The funeral of the late S A Piper
Monday at 11 a m was largely attend
ed Rev Dr Scudder of Carlisle con
ducted the services and in his discoursa
paid a touching tribute to the deceased
Judge Wall Messrs Daniel Perrine
John W Bonlden J D Riley Joel
Laytham Robert Pogue C W Darnall
and Dr J A Reed officiated as pall
bearers The remains were laid to rest
in the Maysville cemetery
Married The marriage of Mr Page
Browning and Miss Kathern s Arch
deacon was solemnized last Wednesday
evening the 21st inst at six oclock in
the Catholic Church this city the Rev
Father Hickey officiating according to
the solemn and beautiful ritual of the
church Miss Nora Martin was maid of
honor and Mr John D McRohan best
man Ushers Messrs Jas Arch
deacon Jr and Harry L Mathis
Mercury
I N excursions
On account of O R Q outing at Lud
low Lagoon L N will sell tickets to
Cincinnati and return at 160 July 31
good to return August 1 regular trains
On account Oeering Camp Meeting L
N will sell tickets to Parks Hill and
return at one fare August 5 to 16
Southern Biblical Assembly Ashville
N C Aug 4 to 17 L N will sell
round trip tickets at one fare plnsj2 for
membership fee Aug 9 to 12th limited
10 days F B CARR3AgV
Wanted To buy wheat Will pay
the highest market cashjjprice Sacks
furnished
B O Fretwell
P O Box 230 Paris Ky
Gentlemens Tan Shoes
- The latest and best tans for Summer
wear Genuine hand welts for 250 to
3 50 per pair Will not squeak and
just the thing for the Summer months
RION CLA
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Thentrh
An ludisci
Of peabtfg
XUtJIljM
Louisvillewhere he sold sixteen hogs- With cfali
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neaus or cooacco at an average or ten uib
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nugn iuonrgomery uas soiu nis crop
of wheat about 1500 bushels to E O
Fretwell at seventy one cents per
bushel
Turney Bros horses arrived at Sar -toga
Wednesday morning Tillo was
taken sick en route but may be alright
in a few days
Domino the famous race horse died
yesterday at Castleton Farm in Fayette
He won 200000 during his turf career
Domino was owned by James R Keene
Last week in Madison 25000 woi th of
cattle were bought by J W Bales and
Simon Wiel for export to England
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niondof
Bathing
Fleiningsl
and brought 44 cents Bales also bought S 4
of D E Armstrong and others of
Franklin county 200 head at from 4 to
ih cents or about 12000 worth
According to returns made to the Aud
itor the crop of leaf toboccn in this State
last year was only 150527111 pouuds
which is a falling off of near
ly 80000000 pounds from the
1895 crop This was the small
est yield since 1887 when the market
was the highest since the war
Three years ago a Mascn county man
brought home from the Minnesota ex
hibit at the Worlds Fair a handful of
fine wheat and sowed it obtaining nine
pounds of seed This yielded two bush
els which the next year produced 80
bushels and this year he has 1800 bush
els as the off spring of that one little
handful of seed
Wednesday in the paddock at Oakley
John Walsh sold three mares owned by
Clifford Porter They were Elusive 4
by Sir Dixon dam Vega Countess Irma
by Sir Dixon dam Vilette and Ramona
by Sir Dixon dam Naunie McDowell
Elusive was knocked down to Rome
Respessfor 2400 while Col W E
tApplegate bought in the- others- paying
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IRaniona
costumes
he kno
Tjondon Y
other Ann
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PRINTED EVERY TTJESDJ AND FRIDAY
HPY PARAGrtAPHS
id Otherwise Remarks In
The Foyer
INDISCREET GIRL -
girl of De Beque
te nearly a peque
auig she lay
nble way
ings down south of her neque
Exchange
Jrtsons Company will open
ra nouse at Somerset on
will return to America
t is falHMfflptar at Hammersteius
oupe
Mae Hall Co is the fair
lotion this week at the Rich-
choose
s
iartiesare the latest fad of
g society lathes Editor
them have stunning
How in the mischief does
r
Thesudss of Secret Service in
1 doubtless open the way for
ican plays Louis Nether-
sole haspirchasHl the London rights of
EdwiJVIiltou Royles Friends
Mr Ctiasl
secured
ohams London
Ruvles latest
Captain adence
agent
and
has
success
MisRiEwFetta Small ulauKhter ot Sam
SmalLhCviingelist will go upon the
stage tpafeng the country with Robert
Downing
star hr t
She has
teur thea
graceful
her husb
company Later she will
roles of Partbenia and Juliet
much experience in
cals and is attractive and
She has been divorced froml
d
Mr WH Davis left Tuesday to ioin
the Clfmlement Company at Chicago
The Company will at ouca begin to re
hearse C he New Dominion The
Bells aDMr Clements new play A
SouthernjGentleman and open the sea
son wicbMa two Weeks engaement at
HcKleyjsheatrinhicago -The com-
tpanatreJBWaft apearin
January and finishes the season in the
East playing at a Broadway theatre in
New YorK The News trusts that the
future has much success in store for so
ta ented a young man as Mr Davis
He will have good paits in the plays
and will be Mr Clnmeuts undeistudy
WHEEL NOTES
Lines About JOevote s OfThe Wheel At
Hume And Elsewhere
Bev i Father Jamas Gore and Mr
Donuelly of Coxiuton and Rbv Father
Meinpcer of IMilldale who are touring
the Bluegrass on their bicycles were in
the city yesteidav
Messrs Rudolph Davis and Tulian
Howe and Misses Erne Paton Julia
Counell and Toinmie Hornsey Lexing
ton rode to Millt isburg and return
Wednesday afternoon
BASE BALL NOTES
Gossip of the Diamond Doings of
fessionals and Amateurs
VJr
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Pro-
A citv league has been organized in
Paris with three clubs the Up towns
the Down towns and the Walker Hills
The first named clubs are tied for first
place each having won two games and
lost one The Walker Hills have lost
three straights -The uauie yesterday
resulted Uptown 14 Downtown 6
The feature of the game was NeaFs
pitching
fc
WricrMs
tioi
Slightly Used Pianos
of standard makes are better than new
ones of low grade and occasionally can
be bought for less money We have
now a few unusual bargains in
High Grade
Pianos
used so little as to be practieally good
as new indeed not one peieon in a
hundred could detect the difference
as they are in perfect condition
tkroughout We invite you to call
early and investigate Full particu
lars cheerfully furnished out-of-town
buyers
We aresaole representatives
for the celebrated
STErNWAY PIANOS
Ernest Urchs Co
121 and 123 Wst Fourfh Street
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NEW
PARIS BOURBON CO KY MfiAY JULY 30 1897
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Established feb i issi
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NO 61
Brower Scott Frazee
Corner Main and Broadway Lexington Ky
HIDSUMMER
CLEARANCE
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Office over G S Varden Co
Office Hours 8 to 12 a in 1 to o p m
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HIGH ST COR FOURTH
Ask Xour Grocer For It
- Take No Other
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PATENTS D-
SALE
TO KEDUCE STOCK
We will for the next 30 days offer Special Low
Prices on
Chamber Suits Lace Curtains
Parlor Suits Baby Carriages -
Wall Papers Pictures
Straw Mattings Lawn Furniture-
If you want Bargains come and See Us
Everything New and Strictly Pirst Class
Carpets Furniture W11 Paper Draperies
SAND FOREIGN
lKOCUKEO
EUGENE W JOHNSON
SOIilCITOK AND ATTORNEY IN PAT
ENT CAUSES
1729 New York Ave Washington O C
OiHce established IStfS Charges moderate -Correspondence
Requested
2mar ljan98
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Having purchased John Glenns carriage works and repository on
corner of Fourth and High Streets Paris Ky we are now prepared to
do all kinds of repairing painting and trimming of vehicles such as
carriages buggies etc We also keep on hand a select line of new
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everything in the vehicle line The public is invited to inspect our
stock and compare our prices We have engaged experienced expert
workmen to do our work and insure satisfaction and guarantee all
obsJtoibe first class
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PARIS KY
Stoves At Wholesale Prices
Write For Price List
Or call at the Works
LEXINGTON STOVE WORKS
SEVENTH ST EAST END CITY
Lexiington Ty
JSSTTake Chestnut Street car for the Works -
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PRIDE OF PARIS
The Whitest Purest and
f The Best s
FLOUR
PARIS MILLING CO
EVERY
SACK
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