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The Bourbon news. (Paris, Ky.) 1895-19??, August 20, 1897, Image 1

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Guarantee make material and trimmings
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Early arrival of Fancy Shirts
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ENORMOUS SHOWS COMBINED
Absolutely the Mightiest Amusement Consolidation ever seen in this or any land
under the largest tents ever constructed water proot
LIVING PICTURES Enchanting Statuary
2 Complete Circuses 300 Performers
2 Separate Menageries Acres of Tents-
2 Roman Hippodromes 3 Circus Rings
20 Ferocious Lions in a 50 Foot Queii Den
The Most Glorious Elaborate Expensive and Comprehensive
Grand Free Street Parade
Ever Seen Containing more Grand New Features more Sublime Sights more
Horses more Camels more Elephants more men and women more cages char
iots tableau care more bands of mnsic more automatic music more beautiful
costumes than any other show possesses besides a world of other sublime and
startling new and original innovations so much grander greater costlier and
more meritorious than any other possesses that opposition positively pales at the
thought of daring to dream of attempting even the weakest imitation of this all
overshadowing introduction of a new and mighty Galaday Processional Amaze
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THE GRANDEST RICHEST RAREST STREET PARADE Ever
Beheld Defying All Competition J5 very Morning at 10 Oclock
2 Complete Performances Daily at 2 and 8 P M
Doors Open One Hour Earlier One Ticket Admits to All
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News Notes Gathered In Anil About The
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Mr Harlan Vimout is very ill
Mr James Miller is improving
Layson Tarr was in town Wednesday
Miss Anna Conway has been quite ill
Miss Minnie Evans is very ill with the
fever
Mrs Anna Hart returned to Paris
Monday
Miss Mary Smedley has returned from
Winchester
Mrs Fannie Hayes visited friends in
Paris yesterday
Miss Julia Evans is visiting her sister
near Georgetown
Mis L V Morrow matron of the M
F C arrived Friday
Arthur Long of Midway is the guest
of Mrs Belle Ta lor
Perry Jefferson recently lost his
ISOO lb short horn bull
Mr Abner Best of Mason is the
guest of Mr Dodd Best
Mr Jas Warford visited relatives in
Flemingsbnrg this week
Atty Denis Duudon of Paris was
here Wednesday on business
Miss Christine Milam sister o M
H 11 Phillips ha the fever
Elder Fenstrmncber has cone to Mor
gan Station to hold a meeting
Mrs C W Henson has
Swaugo Springs for her health
gone
to
Mr Aaron Smedley of Hutchison
was here Wednesday on business
Hutsell McClelland threshed nearly
10000 bushels of wheat in this precinct
Perry Tivrker will in a few daTs open
a hilliard parlor over the Conway meat
store
Mrs Nannie Bean of Lexington was
the guest of Mr L C Vimout this
week
McClintock Mclntyre -shipped a ear
of hogs and sheep Wednesday to Cin
cinnati
Mrs Darby Parrish of Lexington
was the gueht of Mrs Mary Trotter
this week
Mr Letton Vimout entertained about
forty of the Junior Club Tuesday uight
at his home
Miss Cora Spears of Falrview is the
guest ot Misses Fannie and Florence
Vimont near town
Union sarvices will be held Sundar
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Miss Fannie Beeding returned Wed
nesday from Elizavillejlaceompanied by
Miss Edith Howe
Base ball Ruddles Mills and the
Millersburg second team will play here
to morrow afternoon
Mrs Auua Perine of Louisville has
been thi guest of her father Mr Stiles
Stirmau for ocveral days
Mr C Green wife and daughter of
Cincinnati have been the guests of Mrs
Chas Turner t everal days
Mrs W M Miller and guest Mrs
Alice Southerlaud are spending a few
days in Paris with relatives
Messrs Caleb Corrington and Graham
Smedley have bought th store of Smed
ley Butler and will now run as Cor
rington Smedlej7
Mrs Ida Corless of Brooksville nee
Bassett aud Rev J J Taylor and wife
of Mobile Ala are guests of Mr F A
Jones and wife Wednesday
McCliutock Mclntyre bought 61
head of mixed cattle at Mt Sterling
Monday Sanford Carpenter bought
several good horses and mules
Chas Turner Jas Hutsell Tom
Wadell Tom McClelland Jr Ed
Martin and Chas Clarke have gone to
Blue Licks on a fishing and hunting ex
cursion
Bse ball In Wednesdays game here
between Millersburg and Berry Station
the former waB victorious in a score of
24 to 23 A number of boys from Car
lisle and Cynthiana witnessed the game
Strayed Sorrel mare lOi hands
high 4 yrs old half Normau heavv
feet splint of left fore leg small lump
on back Reward for information or
recoverv of horse Address J T
HeuryPlurn Ky
Died On Tuesday night Mrs John
T Purdy Jr The funeral took place
yesterday morning from the residence
Services were conducted by Elder Fens
termacher The bereaved husband and
five-days-old babe survive
Died Tuesday morning after a
brief illness Jerry Batson aged seventy
seven years The funeral services were
held at the residence and the remains
were buried in the local cemetery A
wife and two children Joseph Bat
son of Lexington and Mrs H Piper of
Paris survive
Wanted To buy wheat Will pay
the highest market cash price Sacks
furnished
E C Fketwell
P O Box 230 Paris Ky
Teachers Institute
The examination for white teachers
will be held at the co art house on Aug
20 and 21 opening at 830 a m That
for colored teachers will be held on Aug
27 and 28 at the same place opening at
the same hour The Teachers Institute
will begin Aug 23 continuing four
days at the High School building
Prof E W Weaver the conductor will
be assisted by other educators and the
program will be unusually attractive
The public is cordially invited to attend
play into
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PRINTED EVBY TUISSDAAHD FRIDAY
GOSSIPY PARAGRAPHS
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The atr I calgftji d Otherwise Remarks In
The Foyer
PanlintaHail one the queen of bur
lesque isjfasjSg in New York
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AlbwtjBraK of the firm of Koster
Bial mujjyaali proprietors of New
York is dead
Blood fn resulting from a mosqui
to bite njacause pretty Dorothy
wod of SBW York to loseher right
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The Lebanon Enterprise advertises
that S ASiirith Statiou J San Fran
cisco wantga Kentucky girl for a wife
Heres a cnance girls
An OhioKpnuty mother who attempt
ed to getJGL of a young mans visits to
her daugntgr by scalding him has been
called onby a jury to pay 250 damages
Street Smith have paid 000 to the
author ofSECapt Impudence Edwin
Milton RMle for the right to turn his
tory and the book will
arance on the news stands
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Somelffittle of the Angel Still Left
is the titleraf a most entertaining novel
written bjfMrs John M Clay of Lex
ington Cffiie story is well told and a
touch of jf Kentucky life in it should
make it attractive to persons iu the
BluegrasM The price is 25 cent
Robert Clark
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Allcal Circus Combine
The uniting of the great John Robin
son and Brankliu Bros enormous shows
has caused a stir in tented amuse
ments 3
This huge institution is the only one to
present such well known and high -salaried
performers as Miss Rose Dockrill
the worlds greatest equestrienne Mv
Frank Miller and Robert Sticknev who
stand at the head of the horseback rid
ers of the profession the five Cornalius
family Europes foremost acrobats
Seigrist anllLSilbon who are the ackno w
ledgeHimonarcbs of the air a double
troupfjtpylal Japanese performers
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acrobaticTideroirei fcheraiaefrthe
lantic the three famous French grotes
ques the De Zallos a troupe of twenty
humanly educated horses aud ponderous
elephants besides other novelties which
can only be counted by the score It is
also a well known fact that these great
shows present the finest zoological col
lection in America and a hippodrome
of surpassing merit The street parade
which moves from the show grounds
each day at 10 a m is the combined
parades of both of these teuted amuse
ments The Robinson -Franklin Show
will exhibit at Paris Monday August
30th
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S3 Sound trip to liattlefields
Grand low rate excursion Georgetown
to Chattanooga Lookout Mountain and
Chickamauga Battlefields via the Queen
Crescent Route Saturday August 21
Good to return August 23 Good on all
regular trains on dates named
See small hand bills for full particu
lars of this the greatest excursion of
the season Beautiful scenery en route
Historic grounds and unsurpassed views
at Chattanooga S T Swift F T
A W G Moigan D T A Lexington
Piles Piles Piles
Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment will
cure Blind Bleeding Ulcerated and Itching
Piles It absorbs the tumors allays the itch
ing at once acts as a poultice gives instaut
relief Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment
is prepared onJy for Piles and Itching of the
private parts and nothing else Every box
is guaranteed Sold by druggists sent by
mail for 50c and Si per box WILLIAMS
MFG CO Props Cleveland O For sale by
W T Brooks druggist
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Sherman Stivers has taken the
agency for the Cincinnati Daily Times
Star a most excellent paper and will
have it delivered to subscribers in any
part of the city for six cents per week
He solicits your subscription tf
Wanted To buy wheat Will pay
the highest market cash price Sacks
furnished
E O Fketwell
P O Box 230 Paris Ky
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KAILKOAD TIME CARD
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From Cincinnati 1116 a m 538 p
m 1015 p m
From Lexington 439 a m 745 a m
339 p m 627 p m
From Richmond 435 a m 742 a m
333 p m
From Maysville 748 a m 830 p m
DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
To Cincinnati 445 a m 755 a m
346 p m
To Lexington 755 a m 1127 a m
545 p m 1021 p m
To Richmond 1125 a in 543 p m
1025 p m
To Maysyille 755 a m 635 p m
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PABIS BOURBON CO IT FAY AUGUST 20 1897
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Corner Main and Broadway Lesington Ky
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TO REDUCE STOOK
We will for the next 30 days offer Special Low
Prices on
Chamber Suits
Parlor Suits
Wall Papers
Straw Mattings
Lace Curtains
Baby Carriages
Pictures
Lawn Furniture
If you want Bargains come and See Us
Everything New ad Strictly First Glass
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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
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Lv Lexington ll2isun 85pm S30am 550pm
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Ar Lexington 800am 520pm 735am 345pm
Ar Frankfort 911am J30pm
ArShelbyville 1001am 720pm
Ar Louisville 1100am 815pm
Trains marked thus f run daily ex
cept Sunday other trains run daily
Through Sleepers between Louisville
Lexiugton and New York without
change
For rates Sleeping Car reservations or
any information call on
F B Carr
Agent L N R R
or George W Barney Paris Ky
Div Pass Agent
Lexington Ky
FRMKFORT CIHCI1ATI RY
In Effect March 1 1897
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
EAST BOUND
Lve Frankfort
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Arr Switzer
Arr Stamping Ground
Arr Davsills
Arr Georgetown
Lve Georgetown
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Arr Centreville
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Geul Supt Genl Pass Agt
Fbankfort Ky
EUGENE W JOHNSON 1
SOLICITOR AND ATTOKNEY IX PAT
ENT CAUSES
1729 Xevr York Ave Washington D C
Office established lSbS Charges moderate
Correspondence Requested
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Having purchased John Glenns carriage works and repository on
corner of Fourth and High Streets Paris Ky we aiv now prepared to
do all kinds of repairing painting and trimming of vehicles such as
carnages buggies etc We also keep on hand a select line of new
BUGGIES BAKOUGKES SURBIES
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 onr work and insure satisfaction and guarantee all
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Fire Wind and Storm
Insurance
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0 LD RELIABLE
PAYING
NON UNION
DissoletiBii Sf Peitel
The partnership of Drs Roberts
Ussery is by mutual cousent dissolved
All accounts of the firm are payable
to Dr Roberts and he assumes the in
debtedness of the firm
W C USSERY
H H ROBERTS
April 30 1897
L H Landman M D
Of No 503 W Ninth Street Cincinnati
Ohio
Will be at the Windsor Hotel Paris
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TUESDAY SEPT 14TH 1897
returning every second Tuesday in each
month
Optician La n d m a n
has been visiting this
city regularlv for over
five years and has ad
justed glasses to the
eyes of the best people
Of Paris and Bourbon
County and has proven himself com
petent thorough reliable and honest
You can get Landmans glasses from
Clark Clays drug store between bis
visits and when he makes his regular
visit he will examine your eyes thorough
ly and make any change necessary to
give satisfaction Examination free
References Drs W J Fithian
Eads Buck Fithian Bowen and G
D Cram of Paris
JOHN CONNELLY
PARIS KENTUCKY
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Work guaranteed satisfactory Calls7
promptly answered Your work is
solicited Prices reasonable
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