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The Bourbon news. (Paris, Ky.) 1895-19??, September 28, 1897, Image 1

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Through Sleepers between Louisville
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For rates Sleeping Car reservations or
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Tapestry Brussels 45 cents
Body Brussels and Moquette 85 cents
ALL NEW THIS SEASONS GOODS
FURNITURE
Reductions in all departments Bed Tags
indicate the sale prices PAY US A VISIT
You will be welcome whether you buy or to look
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OCTOBER 5 TO 16 1897
THE 15000 FUTURITY TUESDAY OCTOBER 5
THE 5000 TRANSYLVANIA THURSDAY OCTOBER 7
One or more big stakes daily - 1 -
All the crack horses r -
Half fare on all railroads
Liberati and his famous band
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P P JOHNSTON President
H W WILSON Secretary
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Norris Hyde Pianos
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best Instrumentalists may play in any key easiest for them
This adds great value to these instruments which are also superior in
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News Notes Ca hored In And Ab6ut The
Burfi
Mrs J as Cummings returned to
Maysville Saturday
Zene Flaugher has moved into the
residence adjoining J Ed Hull
Mr E P Clark has moved into hia
new home near the male college
Mrs Paul has moved into the Lyle
property near the Methodist church
The Misses Dwyer of Scott street
Covington are guests of Mrs Jos A
Miller
Mr J W Woolurns of Muir was
the guest of her son Mr Jas Woolurns
Sunday
Mr Vimont Lyle of Glenkenny was
the guest of his aunt Mrs Sue Sandusky
Saturday
Messrs Dorsey Ray and Rudolph
Davis of Paris visited lady friends here
Sunday
Miss Lizzie Jefferson of Lexington
gupstof Miss Laura Jefferson returned
home Friday
T M Purnell correspondent for The
News has been laid up for the past
week with eczema
Mrs Orlando Brady daughter and
two sons of Carlisle were guests of
Mr L C Vimont Sunday
Mies Maggie Duke Watson of Mays
ville arrived Friday and is the guest of
her aunt Mrs Jas Arthur near town
Messrs Jas Payne and Addison
Turner returned Friday from a two
weeks visit in Virginia at the latters
old home
Esq R B Boulden visited his brother
Mr John W Bonlden and his sister
Mrs Hunter in Maysville Friday and
Saturduy
Dundon Bros have twenty acres of
hemp on the Tarr farm that will aver
age 1500 pounds to the acre and is said
to be the finest yield in Bonrbon
Died Wm Finleyaged about 88 Fri
day night at John Shannons near town
and the remains were buried here
Sundaj The deceased was an uncle of
Mrs Shannon
I or one of my deputies will be at Mil
lersburg Sept 29th at 1 oclock p m
to collect taxes for the year 1897
E T Beeding
Sheriff Bourbon Co Ky
Spencer Best now has charge of the
Paris Ice Cos ousiness in absence of
his brother Dodd Best and will con
tinue to fill all orders in town and sup
ply the country traders heretofore
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ias fallen here for the past
thhty days except small showers
Most farmers aie mov saline Seed
wheat is quoted at 1 per busnel
Messrs Moses Glenn John Morgan
Matt Archdeacon and Ed Moore of
Carlisle were here Friday to see the
rock crusher and pronounce it a success
and think thev w 11 order similar ma
chinery for Nicholas county
Mr John Clay will finish the rock
crushing at the Chancelor quarry to
morrow and will then go to Ruddles
Mills He is now putting a 6 inch coat
of rock on the Millerst urg street The
willipns wallipus with John Henessy at
the helm will be brought down on the
train Wednesday as it is thought the
roller is too heavy for the bridges
Destructive Fire A most disas
trous conflagration ocenrred here early
Sunday morning resulting in the total
destruction of two story block of frame
buildings on the South side of Mrs
Belle Taylors residence and East of the
Public Square The buildings destroyed
were as follows The residence of
Caleb Corrington the old town hall oc
cupied by the Masonic Amity Lodge
nd the residence st re of Miss Sallie
Barnett the latter two buildings being
owned by the Masons The fire origi
nated about four oclock in the roof of
iM C rringtons residence from Eoine
u known cause presumably a defect
i e flue The only insurance on any of
che t uilding was 1300 on Mr Corring
tons residence no insurance on con
tents which were badly damaged The
Masons only saved a portion of their
paraphernalia and among other articles
saved was their charter bearing date of
1817 and a splendid picture of
Hiram Baesett deceased Miss Bar
i etts household effects and stock of
millinery were mostly saved On ac
count of the scarcity of water the fire
company could only confine the fire to
the doomed block All the buildings
destroyed were very old ones having
been built more than half a century
ago Miss Barnett has taken up a
temporary residence in the house ad
joining Mrs Mary Vimonts and Mr
Corrington and family secured quarters
at the Fleming House
All the ladies will visit Mrs
Watsons Friday and Saturday
the beautiful millinery
Yesterdays Temperature
Cornay
to see
The following is the temperature -as
moted yesterday by A J Wintefs Co
of this city
7 a m j 60
8 a m 64
9 p m 68
10 a m - 72
11 a m 74
12 m 75
2 p in 75
3 p m 75
4 p m 74
6 p m 70
7 p m 68
The North Western Life has only
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OpeninglDi8play of Millinery at Mrs
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to call anSsee the displays which will
be madeion
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Pkankfort Ky
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PARIS BOURBON CO KY TjlSSDAY SEPTEMBER 28 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 laundrv Exhibiting nnr
work on patrons is what increases
oir custom
New
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W M HINTON7 JRr ERO Proprietors
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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 Fall business
We will make things lively this Fall if first class goodt high class
tailoring and low prices will do it Remember our motto W keep
faith with the public by doinj 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 S15 dollars on a suit Other
tailors will add 35 more to the cost of theirs on account of the tariff
We will not Therefore our prices will be from 815 to 20 less than
elsewhere
All work done at home
Joe Munson Cutter and Coatmaker formerly with
YY Lowry CoJ
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Having purchased John G lenns 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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stock and compare our prices We have engaged experienced expert
workmen to do onr work and insure satisfaction and guarantee all
jobs to be first class
Call and see us Piompt attention to all orders
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