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The Bourbon news. (Paris, Ky.) 1895-19??, September 24, 1897, Image 1

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SEVEKTEEBTH YEAR
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CRAMP ft MILLER Editors and Owners
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G F BROWER CO
Worth Repeating These Prices
CARPETS
Ingrains 25 cents
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- Body Brussels and Moquette 85 cents
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FURNITURE
r Reductions in all departments Red Tas
indicate the sale prices PAY US A VISIT
You will be welcome whether you buy or to look
C F BROWER CO
Kentuckys Great Trots
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STAKES 7 AAA PURSES
OCTOBER 5 TO 16 1897
THS 15000 FUTURITY TUESDAY OCTOBER 5
THE 5000 TRANSYLVANIA THURSDAY OCTOBER 7
One or more big stakes daily
All the crack horses
Half fare on all railroads
Liberati and his famous band
The Worlds Greatest Meeting
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Piano Playing Made Easy
To play music in any key other than that in which it is written is difficult
for most performers
Norris Hyde Pianos
instantly transpose any song to suit any voice They are the only pianos
which transpose a full chromatic octave With them any player can just
as easily play any piece in any or all other keys as in the original key and
any singer can sing any song in exactly that key in which the voice sounds
best Instrumentalists may play in any key easiest for them
This adds great value to these instruments which are also superior in
all other respects They suit the most exacting critic and are indorsed by
prominent musicians everywhere Any child can operate the Movable
Key board and it cannot be gotten out of order While pre eminently
instruments for the home voice teachers singers churches schools and
theaters find them an indispensable convenience Our Catalogue No j
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Div Pass Agent
Lexington Ky
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Medicine Co Fadacah Ky
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SCINTILLATIONS
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PRINTED EVERY TUESDAX AND FRIDAY
An Interesting Janible Of News And
Comment
There are five or six cases of diphtheria
at Stanford
Chicagos first snow of the season fell
Sunday night
An Old Maids Convention will be held
to night at Flemingsburg
Jas W Sniizer of Cynthianai bat
been granted a patent on a hier
The troops at Hazelton cost the state
f Pennsylvania 37000 a week
The Kentucky Railroad Commission
ers are out on the annual tour of inspec
tion
Jennie Davis 25 disappointed in love
suicided at Paducah with fifteen cents
worth of laudanum
Henry Barley Jr 14 is the youngest
member who ever entered in the fresh
man class at State College Lexington
Physicans report 100 cases of typhoid
fever near Williamstown Impure
drinking water from springs is the
cause
William Gantz a printer jumped
from the Brooklyn bridge Tuesday after
noon and escaped with only a few
bruises
The Kentucky Court of Appeals open
ed its Fall term Monday says the Mer
cury The most important case is that
of the Building and Loan Association
JUx Gov Brown filed petition for a re
hearing of these cases and will ask for
a decision that will permit the Associa
tions to collect enough money from bor
rowers to pay expenses above the six
per cent for interest The future of
many companies depends upon the issue
Are you insurpd in the North Western
Life lm
GOSSIPY PARAGRAPHS
Theatrical And Otherwise Remarks In
The Foyer
The six plays which Charles Frohman
now has in use in England are MSecret
Service The Girl I Left Behind Me
Never Again My Friend From In
dia The Gay Parisians and Too
Much Johnson
T he following is the route this wetk
of the Fast Mail Company Eastern of
whichiWilL DavistAOf thiBJityi8 a
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Gtollipolis 24 Sistersville Wlv Vu 25
Wheeling 27 28 29
Mrs Antonio de Navarro Mary
Anderson sang five songs Tuesday night
at a village concert at Broadway Wor
cestershire where resides Her voice
was rich and powerful She still re
tains the youthful charm and manner
she displayed when on the stage This
was her first public appearance since
her retirement from the stage in 1890
CORBETT FITZSDIMONS PICTURES
The Courier Journal ey 8 of the pic
tures of the Corbett Fitzsimmon8 fight
to be projected here matinee and even
ing on the 29th
The veriscope pictures of the Corbett
Fitzsitninon8 fight began a weeks stay
at Macauleys yesterday afternoon
Every detail of the great contest be
tween Corbett and Fitzsimmons at Car
son City last St Patricks Day thor
oughly familiar now to everybody who
reads the papers is given with complete
accuracy and the fight from the en
trance of the principals into the ring to
that terrible blow under the heart that
put Corbett out is given just as it
actually occurred
The North Western Life has the best
class of citizens as its policy holders
DONT MISS
THE
FALL STYLES
IN
FASHIONABLE
MILLINERY
AT
MRS MARKERS
Special careful and elaborate prepa
rations and being made for the Fall
Opening Display of Millinery at Mrs
Parkers popular emporium dhe de
sires and cordially invites all the ladies
to all and see the displays which will
be made on
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Oct 1st 2d 97
Poor Grade Shoes
Are poor in every respect money
wasters Our new stock of School
Shoes cannot be made better and are
money savers Try us and see
RION CLAY
The
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Ceaference
Appointments
Ktotucky Conference of
MethodiatChnrch South closed
the
its
meetingkgMt Sterling Monday night
after beinflhoapitably entertained for
six days
ThecaftMagainat Rev H C Morrison
and JJevwjhn Reeves were compro
mised m x
The Park friends of Rev E G- R
Mann srelad that he was again made
pa8toroftke Paris Church
zealous chvrch worker and
f ollow8
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Thosenarked are changed
He is a
a genial
gentlemajgwho has made hundreds of
friends during his residence in Paris
The Conference appointments are as
IEXINOTpK DISTRICT J REEVES P E
Lexington C F Evans and J Rand
Lexington Epworth L Robinson
Spears 4H R Mills
Paris H G B Mann
Frankfort G H Means
VersaiHes J O A Vaught
Georgewn W A Cooper
Winchester H G Henderson
Mt Sterling J W Mitchell
Old FjrtJ B F Cosby
Grassyffigick and Mt Zion J J John
ston J
NorthTiddletown D P Ware
HintonF A Savage
CorintJ L West
Mt H T Benton
New Golumbus SG W Boswell
Swallogeld Mission To be supplied
Mortqnsyille E L Terrell
Moreneao L E Mann
COVINGTON DISTRICT TNO R DEERING
P E
Covington Scott st F S Pollitt
CovingJSn Eleventh st C F Oney
Newport Olin Boggess
HighlaSas J W Crates
Augus3 B F Chatham
Al exanria W Gardner and R
M Lee jHjt
VisahgpF T Mclntyre
Falmouth T F Taliaferro
Carrofilpn H G Turner
Petersburg J W Harris
Warsaw W W Green
Brooksville E A McClure
Walton W T Rowland
Cynthiana E L Southgate
WilliaMstowu J W Simpson
Oddvilfe T B Cook
KelatggWJ Doran
Crittemlen D E Bedinger
Erlanr W K Dennis
SHEI3YyiIIE DISTRICT A REDD P E
Shelbille W FTaylor
Simptonvllle F K Struve
Taylcille TJ Godbey
BlooEjjjeld -D B Cooper
NewcHlle M W Hiner
PortfBlCyal JvH Williams
BedioSBfSqf
tiiltotaT W Barker
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Prestonsville R B Baird
Lagrange Geo Froh
Beards J T J Fizer
Pleasureville and Eminence J P
Strother
Christiansburg O J Chandler
Gratz GW Crutchfield
Pollsgrove J M Johnson
Lawrenceburg To be supplied
MAYSVnIE DISTRICT D W ROBERT
SON P E
Maysville J S Simms
East Maysville Geo E Rapp
Washington W W Darlington
Millersburg W M Britt
Flemingsburg W W iSpates
Tilton and Nepton M S Clark
Hillsboro P J Ross
Mt Carmel A P Jones
Sharpsburg and Bethel M T Chand
ler
Carlisle B E Lancaster
Saltwell Jas E Wright
Mt Olivet L G Wallace
Shannon and Sardis J D Redd
Vanceburg E E Holmes
Germantown W D Welburn
Tollsboro S H Pollitt
Burtonville Mission L E Purdum
Moorefield R H Wighttnan
Owiugsville C A Bromley
DANVILLE DISTRICT W F VAUGHAN
P E
Danville J R Savage
Burnsides J L Clark
Harrodsburg Julius E Wright
Nicholasville T W Watts
Perryville -E H Godbey
Mackville W A Penn
Chaplin W T Ecklar
Salt River nV P Gordon
Salvisa M F Moores
Wilmore E C Savage
Burgin C M Humphrey
Lancaster W L Clark
Stanford W S Grinstead and J M
Matthews
Richmond G W Young
College Hill W F Wyatt
Somerset F M Hill
Pulaski To be supplied
East Pulaski C W Clay
Moreland W L Selby
Preachersville F B Jones
LONDON DISTRICT W B RAGAN P E
Loudon Josiah Godbey
Middlesboro aud Piueville J R
Peeples
Barboursville J A Sawyer
Manchester aud Hyden J J Dickey
Clay City S M Carrier
Camptou S W Peeples
Hazel Green Mission J R Word
Irvine Allen
Frenchburg P C Ebersole
Hindman and Hazard To be sup
plied
Piue Hill Mission E K Pike
Pittsburg J N Ison
West Liberty J R- Nelson
Jackson and Beattyville W S Tay
lor
Wanted Fifty thousand families to
use Paris Mill floor 4t
Tin cans glass and stoner jars Pure
spices and cider vinegar for pickling
gnaranteed pure
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PARIS BOURBON CO KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1897
KICKING THEMSELVES
AROUND THE BLOCK
is what people often feel like doing
when they see the exquisite laun
dry work on their friends shirts
cuff and collars that have been
done up by our superior laundry
methods realize that they had
been taking their own to an in
ferior laundry Exhibiting our
work on patrons is what increases
our custom
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W M HINTON JR BRO Proprietors
Telephone No 4
FALL SUITINGS
OVERCOATINGS
FOR 5 LESS
Now than after September 18th So come and avail yourself of this
opportunity Any one who will place their order between now and
September 18th can save at least 5 We want early Fll business
We will make things lively this -Fall if first class goods- high-class-tailoring
and low prices will do it Remember our motto W keep
faith with the public by doing as we advertise
FINEST BUSINESS SUITS
In the world from
25 TO 30
Our fall stock of suitings has been arriving daily We have al
ways undersold other tailors from 810 to 15 dollars on a suit Other
tailors will add S5 more to the cost of theirs on account of the tariff
We will not Therefore our prices will be fro oi S15 to 2U less than
elsewhere
All work done at home
Joe Munson Cutter and Coatmaker formerly with
F P Lowry Co
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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
BUGGIES BAIOUGIES SUKXIES
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
jobs to be iirst class
Call and see us Prompt attention to all orders
HIGH ST COK FOURTH
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Pronounced by Experts the Standard of the World
Ask your dealer for WINCHESTER make of Cun or
Ammunition and take no other
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