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THE BOBBBOH IEWS
Se vcnteenth Year Established 18811
lEnteied at the Post office at Paris Ky as
lecoc I iiss mail matter
TELEPHONE NO 124
NOTICE TO TAX
PAYERS
I or one of my deputies will be
at the places named below at the
hours specified to collect taxes for
the year 1897
Ruddles Mills Sept 27 from 9 to
13 am
CentervilleSept 27 at 2 p m
Sept 28 at 2 p m
Little Rock Sept 28 from 9 to
12 a m
orth Middletown Sept 28
from l to 4 p m
Clinton ville Sept 29 from 9 to
12 a m
Millersburg Sept 29 at 1 oclock
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E T BEEDING
Sheriff Bourbon County Ky
New line of lamps at J T Hintons
Eliza Bowles of this city has been
granted a pension
Duncan Taylor is clerking in Hngh
Montgomerys shoe store
You can saye money by bnying your
lumber of Bourbon Lumber Co tf
All the pikes in Harrison except two
the new Lair and Trioum pikes are
free
Mrs Cornay Watson has selected
Oct 1st and 2d for the special exhibit of
her Fall millinery
Judge J Q Ward will speak at
Flemingsburg Monday in the interest of
the National Democratic ticket
Miss Barb of this city has secured a
position as teacher of French in Nash
yille and has gone to that city to reside
Pierce Cooper aged 20 of North
Middletown was yesterday adjudged
insane and ordered taken to the asylum
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The North Western Life has only
700500 worth of policy holders in
Bourbon County Are you one of
them
Sidney D Akdery has been appoint
ed by the court as trustee for Msr
Sarah Whaley The value of her estate
is 11000
MissFord Heaths series of
Even-
ihgs in Japan will begin this evening
at the City School and will be continued
on October 1st and 8th
Thomas Owens and Mary E Patter
son a colored couple living at Mt Ster
ling eloped to Paris yesterday and were
married by Judge Howard
The L N morning passenger train
running from Lexington to Cincinnati
was delayed over two hours near Muir
by the derailment of the a freight car
I postively have the best line of
comforts to be found in Paris Not
only the best line but the cheapest
Examine them
tf J T Hinton
Several Paraans will go over to
Georgetown Wednesday to hear Hon
W D Bynum of Indiana and Senator
Eindsay of Kentucky speak for the
National Democratic ticket
Pauline Kincannon who has been
living on Sycamore street in -this city
Ief tMonday morning for New Orleans to
nurse yellow fever sufferers She says
he iB not afraid of the plague
We are informed that J T Hinton
has received the contract for carpeting
the new Methodist church It will oe
covered with a handsome Akola in
grain carpet The ladies of the church
had other bids but Mr Hintons prices
and carpets suited them the best
Prof Samuel Cheek brother of Rev
F J Cheek has returned to Danville
from a pleasure trip through the North
west He traveled all through the
West and went up to Juneau Alaska
for a short stay
Mrs M Parkers reputation for
handsome millinery is well established
The Fall opening display will be made
on Oct 1st and 2d Mrs M Parker is a
close student of the caprices of fashion
and is always able to keep her millinery
up-to-date in fact
Mrs Carl Crawford of this city
who is visiting near Mobile writes to
relatives in this city thatthe yellow
fever plague is worse than the papers
have reported it She will leave Ala
bama as soon as the quarantine is
raised
C L Leon the scene painter who
created a sensation in Bourbon several
years ago by eloping with a Millersburg
girl is under arrest at Lima Ohio
charged with bigamy His new wife
was Miss Jennie Evans Leon has a
wife and family in Florida
Rev N B Wood of Aurora Ills
near Chicago is yisiting his mother and
brother in this city He has accepted
an invitation to preach at the Baptist
church Sunday evening and hopes to
tee his friends in the audience When
asked about his book The White Side
of a Black Subject he replied that it
had ben enlarged copiously illustrated
and brought down to date Moreover
his publisher is now sailing the sixth
edition and ifche author receivinga roy
alty
Mrs Watsons Fall MlUlnery
The aesthetic tastes of Bourbon ladies
are being supplied in the ample and
wondrous display in preparationat Mrs
Cornay Watsons millinery parlors
With unexceptional charm and taste
most fashionable the Fall patterns have
been culled for the public displays to be
made on October 1st and 2d
New tints in feathers ribbons lace and
flowers are being arranged tor the
pleasure of her host of patrons A peep
at he lovely trimmed bats will be a rev
elation even to those familiar with Mrs
Watsons usual perfect creations Keep
in mind the dates of the Fall openings
October 1st and 2d
The New Methodist Church
The new Methodist Church which is
rapidly nearing completion is a model
of convenience and architectural beauty
which will be a source of pride to the
Methodist congregation and the citizens
of Paris The church will be lighted
with electricity the ceilings being stud
ded with scores of incandescent globes
Before the church is dedicated a re
ception will be tendered to the citizens
who have interested themselves in the
building of the new house of worship
The church will be dedicated some
time in October
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These Cattle Were Fine
Jonas Weihl bought ninety six ex
port cattie Tuesday from Col R G-
Stoner at 465 per cwt They aver
aged 1475 pounds
WednesdayMr Weihl bought fifty
cattle average weight 1525 pounds ar
475 from John Woodford Also 125 wbilein that city
cattl6 same weight from the Thos
Woodford estate at 475
Moses Kahn shipped from Paris Wed
nesday ten cars of fine export catcle
and Jonas Weihl shipped fifteen cars yes
terday The cattle cost from 450 to
to 475 per cwt and averaged about
1450 pounds
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To The Ladies
I have selected Friday and Saturday
October 1st and 2d to hold my usual
openings I have used especial care in
the selection of my Fall goods and am
earnestly endeavoring to please my
trade It will gratify me to have you
call on tbe dates mentioned above as I
shall have a display that will show the
various phases of the Fall fashions and
it will greatly aid you in making a se
lection for your personal use
Respectfully
Mrs Cornay Watson
Two Brave Little Travelers
This morning Pearl and Florence
Ogden aged respectively eleven and
seven year8daughters of Frank Ogden
of Worthington Texas will leave for
their home after a viBit to their grand
mother Mrs Eliza Ogden They came
to Paris alone two weeks ago and will
return unaccompanied by anyone
They will be three days making the
trip They are bright children and
have enjoyed their journey and visit to
Kentucky
Lantern Lecture on Australia
Eld J C Dickerson a native of
Australia and a former pastor of Cane
Ridge Church will give a lantern lec
ture Tuesday night at the Christian
Church The lecture will treat of Aus
tralias wonders and will show the rare
cave formations strange plants ani
mals etc It will be especially instruc
tive to school children Admission
fifteen centp
If you are not going to the Klondike
you want a sack of Paris Mill flour If
you are you want a car load 4t
Mrs Rions Millinery Opening
I am quite busy getting my Fall stock
ready for the opening on October 1st
and 2d I invite the ladies to favor me
with a careful inspection of my milli
nery All my goods were selected to
please my customers and they are in the
latest fashion The trimmed work is all
finished by expert trimmers and will
bear comparison with that of any deal
er I believe I can please the most
particular customer and many will find
just what they are looking for in my
Fall display next Friday and Saturday
Call and look them over and try them
on
Resppctfully
Mrs George Rion
Yellow Fever At Louisville
A dispatch yesterday from Louisville
to the Leader said John McDougal
died at Detention Camp this morning of
yellow fever He came from Mobile
September 9 to be married and was
taken ill at Hotel Broadway Wednesday
morning He was removed to Deten
tion Camp yesterday
Season after season year after year
the same enstomers buy of Mrs M
Parker and are always pleased and
satisfied Her Fall opening will occur
Oct 1st and 2d and a more beautiful
stylish and fashionable display of milli
nery has not been seen in Central Ken
tucky You are cordially invited to
call
Lost On Wednesday night a pair
of gold rimmed spectacles between the
residence of Mrs Patsy Edwards and
the Christian Church Return glasses
to The News office and get reward
Attention Xadies
JNext Friday and Saturday Oct 1st
and 2d I will exhibit my Fall millinery
I have a loyely line and my trimmed
goods are extremely stylish Call on
opening days and see the prttty goods
I strive to please and am making extra
endeavors this Fall You are cordially
invited x
Reipectfully
Mbs Gxokck Rioif
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PERSONAL MENTION
COMERS AND GOERS OBSERVED BY
THE NEWS MAN
Notes Hastily Jotted On The Streets At
The Depots In The Hotel Lobbies And
Elsewhere
Mr James D McClintock is ill of
fever
Ben Duvall has been ill for a week
or more
Mr H B Power has been ill for
several days
Mrs F B Carr is visiting relatives
in Richmond
Hon J T Hinton was in Lexing
ton Wednesday
Miss Janie Craft left yesterday for
a visit in Danville
Mrs R A Woolums of Midway is
here on a visit to her father
Mr Harry Mackoy of Covington
is the guest of Mr Ford Brent
Mrs Henry Isgrig is visiting her
sister Mrs H C Sharp in Maysville
-Dr H H Roberts was called to
Grant county on business yesterday
Mrs Sidney G Clay and Mrs John
Roseberry were in Lexington yesterday
Misses Eta and Mamie McClintock
who have been ill of fever are now con
valescent
Mr Buckner Woodford will return
to day from a business trip to Hot
Springs Ark
rMrThos Mitchell has returned
ffdmHBrrodsbnrgr He was ill of fever
Miss Bessie Kenney has resumed
her position in Miss Powlings millinery
store in Maysville
Miss Belle Clay of Escondida is
visiting Misses Lutie and Fanny Todd
in Lexington
Miss Fannie Elmore of Kansas
City and Mrs Ann Muir of Fayette
are guests of Mrs A M Gutzeit
Miss Fannie Young has returned
from a visit to Mrs R A Woolums and
Mrs J R Williams in Midway
Messrs Frank Remington and Geo
Doehrer visited Lookout Mountain and
Chickamauga battlefield Sunday
Messrs C B Ecton G F Burner
B F Buckner and E F Jouett of Win
chester were in the city yesterday
Mrs David Depue who has been
visiting at Mr Horace Millers left
Tuesday for her home near Salt Lake
City
Mrs Warren Ingels and daughter
Miss Margaret Ingelsfhave returned
from a visit at Estill Springs and in
Laxington
Mr J A La Rue of this city left
Wednesday afternoon for New York to
reside The good wishes of a number
of Paris friends will follow him
Miss Mollie Williams a handsome
young lady from London Ky is the
guest of her schoolmate Miss Mattie
Grinnan on Henderson street
Messrs Ed Hutchcraft Calvert
Meng and Will Wornald attended the
Maysville fair Wednesday and partici
pated in the Assembly Clubs ball that
evening
Bishop Burton and wifewho have
been abroad for several months have
arrived safely in New York They will
visit in Cleveland before returning to
Lexington
Messrs Albert Hinton of this city
and Yancey Freeman of Lexington
spent Sunday on Lookout Mountain and
visited the National Park at Chicka
mauga battlefield
Miss Fannie Mann gave a pretty
euchre party Tuesday afternoon in com
pliment to Miss Bessie Armstrong who
is soon to move to Lexington to reside
The guests were Miss Armstrong Misses
Mary Webb Gass Alice Spears Laura
Trundle Margaret Butler Sadie Davis
Mary Purnell Edith Alexander Sophia
Arnold Newport Mrs Swift Champ
Mrs June Payne Delightful chocolate
i ices were served
Comforts of every description
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We now have a new stock of lumber
at Tarr Templins old stand near
freight depot Price lower than any
one else
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Elegant chamber sets at J T Hin
tons tf
The perfect creations of professional
trimmers who were trained in the school
of experience and tried by the crucial
exactions of the most fastidious patrons J
are exemplified in all of Mrs Cornay
Watsons display of trimmed millinery
The Eastern markets have surrendered
their loveliest patterns and here at Mrs
Watsons the local buyer reaps the bene
fit You expect style and tone to her
millinery and it is always there The
Fall display will be made October 1st
and 2d
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Call on Bourbon Lumber Co for all
kinds of lumber etc yard near freight
depot tf
Dow De Long are having unequal-
ed success with the North Western
Life 24sp lm
You do not have to go from home to
buy your furniture If you go it is be
cause you prefer to spend your money
out of town My stock and prices can
not be beat
tf J T Hinton
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NUPTIAL KNOTS1
Vugagements Announcements And Sol
emnizations Of The Marriage Tows
Wm Felix Hall and Miss Bertha
Nuckola of Scott were married Wednes
day
Dr John F Je3se and Miss Lellie
Middletown were married Wed nesday
at Shelbyville
Alonzo Mulligan of North Middle-
town was married Wednesday to Miss
Nettie Quisenberry of Montgomery
county
Arthur West of Danville and Miss
Fannie West of Elizabethtown were
married Tuesday in the new Baptist
Church at the latter place The groom
built the new church and his wedding
was the first to bo celebrated in it
Tbe Georgetown Times says At
the marriage of Miss Mary Bell Halley
of Paynes Depot to Mr C W Burt of
Saginaw Mich which will be celebrat
ed Thursday Oct 14th at the brides
home with elaborate ceremonies Miss
Anne Halley the brides sister will be
the maid of honor The bridesmaids
will be Miss Burt of Saginaw Mich
Miss Nancy Lisle of Lexington Miss
Julia Halley White Sulphur Miss Su
san Miller Winchester Miss Evelyn
Craig Georgetown Miss Katherine
Helm Louisville Miss Margaret Par
rish Miss Net Witherspoon Midway
Miss Rida Payne Lexington and Miss
Mary Wilson Bell of Shelby
The trimmed millinery at Mrs M
Parkers displays on Oct 1st and 2d
will be worth taking a trip to see and
Mrs Parker especially invites all the
ladies from Cynthiana Millersburg
Carlisle Winchester Georgetown and
other adjoining townB to attend the
opening and examine the millinery
For fashion style and beauty the exhibit
wiU be the peer of any in Kentucky
OBITUARY
Respectfully Dedicated To The
y Of The Dead
BIRTHS
Of Our Future
Women
Memory
Little Lun the six-year-old son of
Robe H and Lida A Ferguson died
Tuesday afternoon of typhoid fever
He was a bright and handsome little
fellow gentle polite and manly and
hundreds of friends sympathize with
his parents in their sorrow Funeral
services were held yesterday afternoon
at the residence by Rev 1 B ELer
hardt and Eld J S Sweeney Burial
at the Paris cemetery The pall bearers
wereMessrs James W Ferguson Mer
edith Anderson Jas H Thompson and
Clarence W Anderson
rBEAjcil vBlanket8 or
air cotton at J T Hintons His
prices beat all others tf
The Advent
Men And
In Carlisle last week to the wif of
Clarence M Howe of the Hotel Wind
sor of this city a son
A large lot of shingles on hands
will sell cheap
tf Bourbon Lumber Co
FEE SONS
SPECIAL
Story and Bunnells famous Baltimore
Oysters 85c 40c 50 and 60c per can
Blue Ribbon
per dozen
Dannemiller8
packages 10c lb
Celery 35 40 and 50c
Cordova Coffee 1 lb
Best Patent Flour 274 and 300 per
hundred lbs
Concord Grapes 15c per basket
Choice Peaches i 75 to 200 per
bushel
Corn Meal 15c per bushel
Cash tickets given with each purchase
JAS PEE SON
NOTICE
The undersigned applied to the Paris
City Council on Sept 23 1897 for
license to conduct a restaurant grocery
and saloon in the building on Sonth
Main Street Paris Ky near the Cin
cinnati Frankfbrt Kentucky Mid
land depot
0 AHEARN
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Household and Kitchen
Furniture
I will offer at
oclock am on
public sale at ten
FRIDAY SEPT 24 1897
at my residence on Mt Airy Avenue all
my household and kitchen furniture
Consisting tf several handsome bed
room setB carpets chairs chinaware
anthracite stove kitchen Btove etc
Also a splendid Jersey milk cow
Terms Cash
Residence is for sale privately If not
sold will be for rent possession given
Sept 2Stb 1897
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DRESS GOODS
My importations for this Fall and Winter of Ladies and Chii
drens Dress Goods exceed in cost of investment 10000 anv other pur
chase I evtr made in this one line of goods With forty years experi
ence in Diy Goods business in Paris I saw it was to your and my in
terest to secure these goods under the low tariff consequently I invest
ed every available dollar I had in goods at low prices The new
Dingley tariff bill has already made and will when set fully at work
make all classes of Dry Goods fully double in price what they were im
derthe Wilson or low tariff I have the advantage of this My goods
were bought when cheap and it is my intention to hold them down as
lonii as a yard of them lasts if you want to save money in your pur
chase this Fall and Winter come and see me and examine my srock
and henr prices before you invest elsewhere
G TUCKER
Large line of new Dress go ds
strictly wool 25c a yard
Novelties in Pl iin and Fancy
Dress goous atoOc sold everywhere
elsp for 75c to 1 per yard
Handsome line of Silks Velvets
and Braids of all descriptions for
trimmings
Penangs Pe and Fancy
Outing Cloths 5c 7c and 10t
Table Linens and Towels at old
prices notwithstanding tariff ad
vance of 20 per cent
Notions of all kinds and In
Dress linings we will save you 25c
on the dollar
529 MAIN ST PARIS KY
WE ARE ALWAYS AT IT
Adding new lines cutting old prices witii a
store full of new Fall Goods to show you
Fall Underwear for Ladies Cre
tlemen and Children of every i
scription at half the usuaL price
Blankets SI kind for 4c xi
all wool at 250 per pair Spleia
did line of -Bed Comforts
Full line of Hosiery one great
special being our Ladies and Chii
drens full seamless at 10c
We are the only store in tojfwt
that cam es full line of Zephicf
Ice Wool and fancy yari s
We still sell 10 4 Pep perel sheet
ing at 1 8c arid extra pood bleach
ed and unbleached cut on at 5c
Family Portraits life size Free of oliarge
1897 NEW HOOSIER WHEAT DRILLS
Both Shoe and Disk
Oldest and Most Reliable Built See them
For r1o toy
S3X77jSLXS
Just received Car of the Celebrated
STEELE SKEIN BIRDSELL WAGONS
Call and examine before you buy
0 EDWHRDS
WE HAVE EE0EIVED A SPLENDID ST00K IP
IMPORTED SUITINGS AND TROUSERINGS
FOR FALL AND WINTER
Our Prices are lower than any houRe in Central Kentucky whes
quality ar style ar considered We ask you to give ur a call
fmivx ivitsrcecat tailors
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We are aU agents for the celebrated Ciias E Smith Shirt Full line of samples-
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poosible and have taken the shortest cnt theGUT IN PRICES
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prices
FREJE School tablet and pencil given with each purchase Qr
Childrens SchoJ Shoe Department is filled with an eleganc line cf
Shoes durable audat prices to suit all
Davis Thomson Isgrig
THE BIGGEST MAN
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and the smallest in town will get
equal satisfaction in the fit of hi
clothes if our tape line has heen
around him We have a sort of
pride in fitting men that other
tailors cant please Its the
how that tells the taste and our
experience and observation has
given us that Come in and look
over our stock of Fall goods anL
try not to be amazed at the prio
we quote
Oleariag and Pressng a Specialty
LAVIN HUKILL
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