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SEVENTEENTH YEAR
TH
CHAMP MILLER Editors and Owners
RAILROAD time card
L N R R
ARRIVAL OF TRAINS
From Cincinnati 1058 a m 538 p
in 1015 p m
From Lexington 439 a m 745 a m
333 p m 627 p m
Richmond 435 a m 740 a m
328 pm
From Maysville 742 am 825 p m
DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
To Cincinnati 445 a m 755 a m
340 p m
To Lexington 750 a m 1105 a m
545 p m 1021 p m
ToRichmond 1108 a m 543 p m
1025 p m
To Maysville 750 a m 635 p m
F B Carr Agent
J P KIELY
617 Main st Paris Ky
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J R ADAIR
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THAT CONDITIONS CHANGE
p it true in the furniture business as in any other line The rapid
j ehangq in value is clearly illustrated in the following pricee
6 Piece Parlor Suite upholstered in tap-
estay 2975
3 Piece oak Bed Room Suite 1500
Box Couch upholstered in any color cor
duroy 1250
b A beautiiul Hall Chair finished in Enerlish Oak Forrest Green or
1 Mahogany for 350 This is only one of many We have a great line
df fancy rockers varying in price from S150 to 5 A number of new
1 patterns in brass and Onyx tables lamps and clocks
Special inducements offered in all the departments this week
iSee our picture display
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Drs Adair k Moore
Dental Surgeons
No 3 Broadway
BOURB
SHER
The advantages of feeding cob meal and other ground
food are now so well understood there is no longer a
question as to the economy of grinding feed The only
question is what mill to buy See Edwards he will fully
explain The Bowsher
References
Mr J E Clay
Mr Catesby Woodford
Mr Jos Ewalt
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sold by
0 EDWARDS
PariSi ELy
Paris Ky
Office Hour 8 to 12 a in and 1 to
5 p m 3dc tf
Henry L Casey
Veterinary Surgeon Dentist
All diseases of the domesticated ani
mals treated on scientific principles
Diseases ot the hog a specialty
Office at Turnty Clark Mitchells
lower stable
W O HINTON Agent
Fire Wind and Storm
Insurance
- THE VERY BEST
OLD RELIABLE PROMPT
PAYING
NON UNION
PENNYROYAL PILLS
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The only safe Bure and
reliable Female PELIi
ever offered to Ladies
especially recomsifirtr
ed to married Ladies
II Ask for DX PILLS and take no other
W Send for circular Price 100 per frox 6 boxes for 500
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For SalelBy TV T Brooks Druggist
MILLERSBURG
News Notes Gathered In And About The
Rurc
Chas Thomas is still quite ill with
che grippe
Mrs Ada Smith has been very ill for
the past week
Miss Minnie Spears of Lexington is
the guest of relatives here
Call and see Phillips line of 25 30 40
and 50 cent holiday books
Mrs John Connell and son of Paris
are guests of Mrs Anna Thornton
A full line of Christmas goods of
every description cheap at Phillips
Jas Miller of Johnstown Pa is
here looking tor good grade heifers
Miss Carrie Current is visiting her
sister Mrs Jas Cray near Mt Olivet
Mrs Frazee and Mrs Sousley of Lex
ington are guests of Mrs Chas Darnell
Mr Jas Woolums visited relatives in
Maysville from Saturday until Monday
Mrs Frank Armstrong of Maysville
is visiting Mr I F Chancelor and wife
Miss Maggie Clark of Looisville is
the guest of her aunt Mrs Robt Mil
ler
Dr W M Miller and Perry Jefferson
are in Cincinnati this week on busi
ness
Hon WC Owens of Georgetown
was the guest of his mother here Wed
nesday
Miss Ella Hurt left yesterday for
Paintsville Ky where she will teach
school
Miss Anna Evans Bright guest of
Miss Lucile Judy returned to Danville
Monday
Maria Johnson has moved into the
Egnew property which he recently pur
chased
B F Lancaster and wife of Paris
were guests of Geo Mitchell and wife
this week
Mr John Peed and wife went to
Mayslick Tuesday to attend the burial
of Dr Parry
Jas A Bo tier and wife and T D
Judy and wife are in Cincinnati buying
holiday goods
Mr Robt McClelland of Mt Seer
ling was the guest of relatives here the
first of the week
Dr John R Adair of Paris was here
Wednesday and will establish a branch
dental parlor here
Mrs Alex Butler has returned from
Chicago when she visited her daughter
Mrs Albert Hawes
M V Shaw and John and Owen
wwyfeT
davto hunr birds
Mrs T M Purnell and daughter Miss
Mary A are visitiug Mr Wm Purnell
and family in Paris
Wm Judy and wife went to Mt
Sterling yesterday to visit
Mrs W H H Johnson
Miss Nellie Jouett guest of her uncle
Hamlet Collier and family returned
Wednesday to Georgetown
Miss Ellen Shackelford of Maysville
guest of Mrs Robt Tarr left Wednes
day to visit friends in Paris
Marion Johnson has moved into his
new shop two doors South and will be
glad to see old and new patrons
Mr Wm Wood has sold his saw mill
interests at Eastabuchie Miss and
will probably locate in Kentucky
Mrs A J Lamb and two bright
children of Galletin Tenn are guests of
her parents Robt Miller and wife
Mrs Arthur Long and niece of Mid
way went to Cynthiana Monday to
visit their relative Mrs E Ashbrook
The marriage of Miss Ora Curtis of
this place to Mr Walter Green of Mt
Olivet will occur on Wednesday jDec
15th
The ladies of the Christian Church
netted twenty dollars at their supper
Saturday night notwithstanding the
rain
Miss Julia Howe who has been the
guest of her sister Mrs Lizzie Miller
for several weeks returned to Coving
ton
Misses Mary and Lula Grimes are
visiting friends iu Covington Miss
Lula Grimes will visit in Maysville be
fore she returns home
Mr J W Locknane and wife and
MrB Wm Overley of Winchester were
guests of Mr Harry Overley and family
Tuesday and Wednesday
Have you seen those beautiful medal
lions at Phillips Just the thing for a
bridal present Call and get prices be
fore purchasing elsewhere
The Society of Christian Endeavor of
the Christian Church will give an en
tertainment at the Christian Church on
Christmas eve Admission 15 cents
Mr Layson Tarr took a number of
young gents and ladies on a hay ride
Monday night Miss Lucylee Allen en
tertained the party to oysters on their
return
Carnthers Beard of Lexington
bought three extra good broke mules
from Mclntyre McClintock two from
Thos McClintock and two from John
Marshall
J G Allen and Oscar Rankin spent
Tuesday in Cynthiana as turnpike ap
praisers on the Leesburg Conners
ville pikes The pikes were purchased
by Harrison county
Miss Virgil Hudson a former M F
C student lately a teacher at Monti
cello Ark was a few days since wed
ded to a gentleman connected with a
theatrical company
For a full line of family groceries
canned goods all kinds of vegetables
all varieties of winter fruits oysters
fish poultry and hams also a nice line
of candy and Christmas toys at low
prices call on Chas Mason 5fy
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PRINTED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
STOCK AND TURF NEW
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Sales and Tranofers Of Stock Crop IStr
Turf Notes
DecemberjWheat reached 99 cents at
Chicago Tuesday and it is believed
Leiters will clear at least 3000000
If ruin JNlc Uijas
Precinus
SZi077i the Mercury
Sthe
on
the bull movement
Lan Hume has a two-year-old by Jay
Bird damsby Wilton second dam Kate
dam of Belle 222 J by Almont
third dainby Mambrino Patchen that is
said to bejlaphenoinenon
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DoNT waate
your money but make
some oneamice present by giving one of
those elegant rockers at J T Hintons
Imported Swiss Cheese at
McDermott Spears
News
CARLISLE
County
DiED Atlhi8 home in Barterville Sat
urday lastfcMr Lewis Shaw aved G3
years
M ileun and Jos A Day Sr
were snmmtmed to Coviugton to serv
on U SjTufy this week aud next tfj
Mrs Sarah Sauford of Missouri who
has beenthe guest of hdr sister Mrs
John McKe for the past three mouths
left Wednesday for her home
Married At the home of Robert
Overhythe father of the bride on
Thursday pec 2d 1897 Mr Hiram J
Hugh es and Misa Sophina T Overby
The contest for the Police Judgeship
of this cityva8 decided in favor of S
McMahiUby the Council Tuesday night
An appeal fwill be taken by Judge
BucklerB
The CftyAssessors report for 1897
showingthe amonnt of taxable proper
ty to beo93960 was received and1
turned ovec to the Board of Supervis
ors who adjorrned to meet on the Un
The meeting which th pastor Rev
B E Lancaster has been conductiug at
the Mstliwiist Church for the past tw
weeksclo5ed Sunday niecht aetr severe
additionathree of which join d Sunday
night fjf x
DiEDJAfc her home in this city Tues
day morning December 7th 1897 Mrs
Wm EdMitchell aged 32 years Mrs
Mitchelljas the wife of the pastor o
the Baptiat Church this city a daughte
of Rev Gjo Hunt and niece of Judg
J D Hujofc of Lexington She was on
of the moSgCjharming women of our
city HegftMiband and one child sur
viribr3jpdthe deepest and most sin-
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13JiZJrm3mJns W9W1QMIU
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ur pe3iia iir aMrhelHnafrreenpii
tor here for several yyars and during
that time he and hi beloved partm
have become o en ral favorites with al
who have known thm and this sad af
fliction is keenly felt by all Service
were held at the Baptist Church in thik
citv Wednesday afternoon at one oclock
by Rev A N White after which th
bodv was taken to Lexington for inter
ment Services were also held y ester
day Thursday afternoon at the resi
dence of Mrs Geo Hunt mother of th
deceased at two oclock
Oranges Lemons Apples Mal
aga Grapes Pears Bananas etc
at McDermott - Spears
Mi H
Kurtzman
Pianos
Have for years been known as among
the best Over 10000 are in use in
Cincinnati and surrounding territory
These celebrated instruments are now
Better Than Ever
As they contain recent improvements
greatly enhancing their musical worth
which cannot be obtained elsewhere
We are sole representatives and intend
ing purchasers will avoid errors and mis
understanding by conferring with us
Ernest Urchs Co
121 123 w 4th St CINCINNATI
Sole Steinway Representatives
Rjjxt A pair of new shoes give
a child as much delight
tlJlLG as anything you can give
fThllrlTPTltbem We have a line
T of childrens shoes that
a
OOlUG we know will please
NOW tnem and our Pries wil1
surprise you Sizes 5 to
bUOeS 875c sizes 8i to 11
90c 11 to 2 125
RION CLAY
H A SMITH
Office over G S Varden Co
Office Hours 8 to 12 a m lo 5 p m
PARIS BOURBON 00 KYPRIDA S DECEMBER 10 1897
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Catarrh to
Consumption
Catarrh invariably leads to j
non jxrcrwixg worse ana worse eacn
winter those who rely upon the usual
treatment apraya washes and inhal
ing mixtures find that it is impossible
to check the disease with these local
applications which only reach the sur
face The offensive discharge increases
all the wke axd geto deeper until it is
only a question of a short time when
the lungs are affected
The importance of the proper treat
ment can therefore be readily appre
ciated Bnt no good whatever can be
expected from local applications as
such treatment never did cure Catarrh
and never will Being a blood disease
of the moat obstinate nature Swifts
Specific SSS is the only remedy
which can have the slightest effect upon
Catarrh It is the only blood remedy
that goes down to the bottom of all stub
born diseases which other remedies
cannot reach
Mrs Josephine Polhill of Dae West
S C writes
I had such a severe case of
Catarrh that I lost my hearing in one
ear and part of the bone in my nose
sloughed off I was constantly treated
symptoms Deimj ac
companied by severe
pains in the head I
took several kinds of
medicines recom
mended for Catarrh
and used various local
applications but they
had no effect whatev
er I was induced to
take S S S Swifts
with sprays and
washes but each
winter the disease
seemed to have a
firmer hold on me
I had finally been
declared incurable
when I decided to
try S S S It
seemed to get right
at the seat of the
disease and cured me permanently
for I have had no touch of Catarrh
for seven years
The experience of Mr Chas A Parr
of Athens Ga was like that of all
others who vainly seek a cure in local
treatment He says
For years I suffered from a severe
case of Catarrh the many offensive
V TSv
Specific and after four months I was
perfectly well and have never felt any
effects jolthe disease since
yxsmmmmiMmm
roucnoi uatarrn will- save enaiese sui
fering by taking the right remedy at the
outset Others who have for years
sought relief and found only disappoint
ment in local treatment will find it wise
to waste no further time on sprays
washes inhaling mixtures etc which
are only temporary and cannot save
them from dreaded Consumption
They should take a remedy which will
cure them because it can reach their
trouble SSS is the only blood reme
dy which can reach Catarrh it promptly
gets at the very bottom of the disease
and cures it permanently
SSS Swifts Specific is a real blood
remedy and cures the most obstinate
cases of Catarrh Rheumatism Conta
gious Blood Poison Cancer Scrofula
and Eczema which other so called blood
remedies have no effect upon whatever
SSS is the only blood remedy guaran
teed
Purely Vegetable
and coutains no mercury potash or
other dangerous mineral
Books will be mailed free by Swift
Specific Company Atlanta Georgia
N
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Established fee i issi
NO 99
GOSSIPY PARAGRAPHS
Theatrical
And Otherwise Remarks la
The Foyer
W H CRANE
Mr W H Oiaue Lbc eminent corne
lian supported by an excellut com
jany will give a maiinee performance
at the Lexington opera house
f he famous comedy The Senator
For the benefit of out-of-town visitors
Manager Scott has given special prices
for the matinee and has arranged fr
reduced rates on the railroads Paris
ians can attend the matinee and return
on the regular train at 627 p m Mr
Crane will present his new play A
Virginia Courtship at the evening per
formance It is expected that Pari
will be well represented at the matinea
3
Miss Harriet Wellington Glascock a
handsome aud talented Kentuckienus
who gave a 8uccessful Grecian enter
tainment in this city will shortly givs
her first entertainment in
her native city During
this p untiring Kentucky
A
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LU Lanu
Maysville
the Summer
m a w
girl studied
new work at Lake Chautauqua and
lately she has given a series of artistic
entertainments in Indiana Maysville
should greet Miss Glascock with a large
audience
S
The Siege of Vicksburg Company
did not give a performance at the opera
house last night There were less than
a dozen persons in the audience
HOW TO PIXD OUT
Fill a bottle or common glass with urin
and let it stand twenty four hours a sedi
ment or settling indicates an unhealthy con
dition of the kidneys When urine stain
linen it is evidence of kidney trouble Tc
frequent desire to urinate or pain in tira
back is also convincing proof that the kid
neys and bladder are out of order
WHAT TO DO
There is comfort in the knowledge so oftem
expressed that Dr Kilmers Svamp Roo
the great kidney remedy fulfills every wlsk
in relieving pain in the back kidneys liver
bladder and every part of the urinary pas
sages It corrects inability to hold urine and
scalding pain in passing i or bad effects fol
lowing use of liquor wine or beer and over
comes that unpleasant necessity of being
compelled to get up many times during tin
night to urinate The mild aud the extraor
dinary effect of Swamp Root Is soon realized
It stands the highest for its wonderful cures
of the most distressing ca es If you ee4
arnedicineyou should have the best Sofa
by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar
You may have a sample bottle and pamphlet
both sent free by mail lention The Paris
Ky News aud send your address to Dr
Kilmer Co Binghampton N Y The
proprietors of this paper guarantee the geii
uiness of this offer 24sp lrao
sAAJkWkXAi
Of No 503 W Ninth Street Cincinnati
Ohio
Will be at the Windsor Hotel Paris
jy
TUESDAY DEO 14TH 1897
returning every second Tuesday in each
month
Optician La n d m a n
has been visiting this
city regularly 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 his
visits and when he makes his regular
visit he will examine your eyes thorough
ly and make any hange necessary to
give satisfaction Examination free
References Drs W J Fithian
Eads Buck Fithian Bowen and C
D Cram of Paris
WE ARE THE PEOPLE
Headquarters For Correct Styles
2Rjm
P Hats Knox and Danlap
Styles 3
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New line of Shirts from 75c tap
The very latest collars arid
cufis strictly up to date
Collars 15c to 20c
Cuffs 20c and 25c per pair
Latest Neckties 25c 50c and
75c Full and complete line of
gents furnishings
OUR HOLIDAY BARGAINS
Our 30 Business Suits for 35
Our 35 Business Suits for 30
Our 40 Business Suits for 35
Sold by others for 55 to 60
Try our 8 Trousers Sold by others for 1
We mean what we say and can prove it
The above prices are for Cash
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Our 30 Overcoats for 25
Our 35 Overcoats for S 0
Our 40 Overcoats for
Sold by others for b0
PARIS f URHISHIflG TAILORING CO
H a STOUT Manager
JOE MUNSOK C alter
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