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The Bourbon news. [volume] (Paris, Ky.) 1895-19??, January 05, 1897, Image 1

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To reduce stock before taking inventory we will offer
entire line of Chamber Suits Parlor Suits Brass and
n Beds Carpetings and Rugs Wall Papers Draperies
at jeduced prices
Sale will be continued through January Splendid
irgains in each department Inspection cordially invited
ROWER
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Carpets Furniture Wall Papers Draperies
PRIDE OF PARIS
The Whitest Purest and
The Best
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W f mental Worry excessive use of Tobacco or ODiuint which lead to Con-
It sumption and Insanity With every J 5 order we clve a written
BBFORB AND AFTEli USING antee to cure or refund the money Sold at 81 OO per box boxes
I0rS5oo dhM0TTS CHEMICAL CO ClevelandOhIo
For Sale By W T Brooks Druggist -
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OFTIOIATST
L H Landman M D
Of No 503 W Ninth Street Cincinnati
Ohio
Will be at the Windsor Hotel Paris
Ky
TUESDAY JAN 12TH 1897
siftS
has been visiting this
Icity regularly for over
five vears 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
Xou 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 change necessary to
rive satisfaction Examination free
i References Drs W J Fithian
IBads Buck Fithian Bowen and C
33 Gramrof Paris
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
V m EAST PARI
f of lM or For Sals I
home place in East Paris Ky
MY containing about fourteen acres
A substantial j well improved brick
house eight rooims and kitchen also
Tnrick servants bouse two good cisterns
large stable with ten box stalls
Possession giyen about 15th or 20th of
November 1896
Address me at 97 East Main street
XTexington Ky
tf J T MCMILLAN
HOUSE MD LOT AND BLACK
SMITH SHOP FOR SALE
DESIRE Nto sell my house and lot
I with blacksmith shop at Jackson
ville Ky I will sell forihalf cash bal
ance in twelve months- For further
particulars address or call on
BENJ FiSHARON
13oct tf
Jacksonville Ky
FOR RENT
STORY brick house on Upper
Pleasant street adjoining the resi
dence of S S Clay Apply to
29sep tf A C ADAIR
FOR RENT
tVttlCK coftage 5 rooms 10 per I
Tl month First class IrepairV Ap
Small Payments
It is not generally known that persons
desiring to make small payments down
and the Mance afterwards can secure
second Tuesday in each
gonth
upncian ja n a m a n
anr clsi planus
Steinway
Hazelton Qabler
Smith Barnes
Pianos
may be bought in this way A small
payment down the Piano delivered
when desired and deferred payments
arranged to suit buyer Pianos old and
new of any makes taken in exchange
Ernest Urchs Co
121 and 123 West Fourth Street
CINCINNATI O
M H DAILEY
602 MAIN ST
- - - - PARIS KY
Over Deposit Bank
Office hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 6 p m
E A SPRAKE
3 SROADWAY - - - - PARISH KY-
up stairs
Office hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 6 p m
-The First Battle
W MILLER has received
OSCAR
4the exclusive agency for this and
adjoining counties for the sale of
Bryans new book entitled The First
Battle It is written in Mr Bryans
best style clear concise and logical
His inspiring language full of keen
satire and brilliant rhetoric will charm
interest and instruct not only those who
were his most devoted followers but
also his most ardent opponents The
books contains about 600 pages printed
from large clear type with 32 full page
illustrations a magnificent colored
presentation plattf and an autograph
preface handsomely bound m cloth
half -morocco or full morocco at 175
225 and 275 each Mail orders will
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jtj vj isxuuuuo receive prompt attention aaress
Or O EPWARDiS JOscab W Miller Hutchison Ky
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PRINTED EVERY TUlgSPAY ifcNXT FRIDAY
Wows Notes Gathered In And About The
Bare
Miss Louie Warford returned to Lex
ington Saturday
Attorney Albert Martin returned to
Chicago Friday
Mrs Rhoda Conway is the guest of
Mrs Sue Sandusky
Miss Lutio Jefferson has returned to
Hamilton College
Miss Mattie Powers has returned to
her school near Muirs
Mrs Harmon Stitt and little daughter
spent Saturday in Carlisle
Mr Bert McClintock shipped a car of
mules to Atlanta Saturday
Miss Same Mclntyre returned to her
school at Carlisle Saturday
Miss Nedia Hudson of Paris is the
guest of her sister at the M F C
Mr Albert Severence of Stanford
visited lady friends here Sunday
J F Barbee recently shipped a coop
of white guineas to Bristol Tenn
Miss Carrie Munson of Carlisle is
the guest of Miss Bessie Redmon
Mrs G- W Bryan returned Saturday
from an extended visit to St Louis
Mr Wm Savage is at home for a few
days from the Ohio Medical College
Mr Tom Anderson of Cincinnati is
the guest of Mr Jno Peed and family
Mrs Jennie Dacres guest of Mrs Jas
Collier returned to Carlisle Saturday
Messrs J -Will Clarke and Sanford
Allen visited lady friends in Stanford
last week
Miss Bowd en of Augusta is
the guest of her grand mother Mrs
Nancy Allen
Mrs Dave Conway went to Mt Ster
ling Friday to see Mr Wm Conway
who is very ill
Mr Tom Browning wife and babe
were guests of Dr C B Smith and
wife last Friday
Miss Ethel Christie of Covington was
the guest of Miss Katie Miller from Fri
day until Sunday
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Miss Isabelle Pickerel of Carlisle
was the guest of Miss Belle T Judy
Friday and Saturday
The sick Mr Wm D Payne is
very low with general debiHtytMr
Jas Thorn is lmpfdvefe -
Missdfaln griffitfc guest of
Misses McClintock returned
HUTCHISON
the
home to
Paynes Depot yesterday
Miss Amanda Pates of Midway and
Miss Anna Wdolums are guests of
Mr and Mrs Jas Woolums
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Mrs Chas Bean Mrs Minnie Har
rison and Miss Mamie Richardson re
turned to Lexington Friday
Miss Lida Clarke and Miss Bessie
Botts returned Saturday from a visit
with Mrs Roseberry Rogers near Paris
Misses Lelia Lizzie and Jimmie
McClintock entertained a number of
their friends with a masquerade -party
last Friday night
See advertisement in another column
of W J Bryans new book The First
Battle Send your order to Oscar
Miller Hutchison Ky agent for Bour
bon county tf
Mrs John Mock has a childs bureau
made by her grand father Joel Howard
nearly a hundred years ago The
bureau is made of cherry and is in a
good state of preservation
Mr J H Darnell and two daughters
of Lexington and Mr Weir and wife
and Mrs Meek McCormick of Flem
ingsburg were guests of Mr Chas
Darnell Friday and Saturday
The I O O F elected new officers
last week as follows Chas Clarke
Noble Grand O C Pope Vice Grand
Jas Woolums Secretary W G-
McClintock Treasurer George John
son Host
Fresh Paragraphs Ahout The People In
This Vicinity
A R Ashurst returned to New
Orleans Saturday
Mr and Mra Lisle Jacoby visited
Jacob Jacoby Sr Sunday
R K McCarney of Paris was the
guest of Mr S B Rogers during the
holidays
Mrs Mollie Willmott sold her crop of
corn at 1 per barrel in the field f eed lot
furnished
Ed Sparks recently received a car
load of mules and two of cattle from his
ranch in Texas
Miss Mimmie Howard of Cynthiana
visiting her sisters Mrs J M Case and
Mrs Jno McLeod
Deputy Sheriff Judy was here Friday
and arrested Charley Berry colored
charged with passing counterfeit
money
See advertisement in another column
of W J Bryans new book The First
Battle Send your order to Oscar
Miller Hutchison Ky agent for Bour
bon county
A horseback rabbit hunt was enjoyed
Saturday evening by the following
merry party Messrs Snell Harry
Harp Bob Meteer Tom Smith Brooks
Willmott James McLeod and Will
Kenney and Misses Fannie Claybrook
Nannie Alex
Alice Snell Alma Harp
ander and Ella Reynolds They cap
tured five rabbits The hunt took place
on the farms of Jas McLeod Sr and
C Alexander Sr
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FAaji Eccentric Mans Burial
Ramons Nerve and Bone Oil cures
Rheuratism Cuts Sores Burns and
Bruisejfor 25c
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Bourbon Circuit Court
spentSundav with T M Purnell and Jameaf livers Plaintiff
A piSPATGHjBunday from Cynthiana
to iiiepSnquirer said A queer buri 1
wasnatin the little country enure
jiMt JCentontown this afternoon
whenal that was mortal of Charles
Brairifelefte one of Robertson Countys
oldeslealthiest and most eccentric
cijti2BM8 waslaid to rest Several
yearslpgo Mr Bramblette at an expense
oKTOnad a ceffin hewn out of an in
meb1gock in which he proposed to be
bnrifed Doring the Same time he
kepVinithe cellar a barrel of pure Bour
bonWEisky which he requested should
be poured over his remains after they
were placed in the sarcophagus He
wanteolto be dressed in the finest silk
and lexpressed his determination to
prbvefthat the idea of dust to dust and
ashesppiashes was a back number He
was old
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JWyiloox Etc Defendants
ByMrtue of a judgment of -sale made
andeered in the above styled suit at
the November term 1896 of the Bourbon
Circriy Court I will sell publiclyat the
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thehdur of 12 m the following describ
edtract of land
Onjbe waters of Houston Creek be
ginnmgat 1 in the middle of said Creek
corner to Chas T Garrard and James
Ingelsland running with the middle of
said creek as it meanders N 57 h E 10
poles to 2 N 43 E 22 poles to 3 corner
to Dr John Lyles heirs then leading
the Creek with their line N 2h W 61
poles to corner to same then W 81
pqles to xft corner to same then N 88
Wv 64 poles crossingsaid Creek to 6 a
cocuer tD jGireenberry Reid then With
HisisOBO 1 5 poles to 7 m
die of said tyreefc corner tp Jarnej Hall
then up the Crefk as it meandrsrin the
middle thereof S 31 E 19 pols to 8
then 12 E 6 poles to 9 then 5A W 46
poles to 10 thenS58 W 3i poles to 11
B C Bedfords corner then leaving the
Creek with Bedfords line S 14A E 964
poles to 12 then S edge of the Fords
Mill road then N73E 8828 100 poles
crossing said road diagonally to 13 corner
to Chas T Garrards line in the itforth
side of the road thence with his line N
13 1 W 49 poles to 14 in the middle of
said Creek on the middle of a water gap
then down the Creek in the middle
thereof as it meanders S 804 E 2236 100
poles to 15 thence S 814 E 14 poles to
16 thence N 644 E 25fpoles to the be
ginning containing 131 acres 2 roods
and 32 poles or so much thereof as may
be necessary
Said sale will be riiade upon a credit
of six and twelve months for equal
parts of the purchase money for which
the purchaser will be required
to execute honds payable to
the undersigned Commissioner with
good surety to be approved by said Com
missioner bearing interest from the day
of sale until paid at the rate of six per
cent per annum said bonds to have the
the effect of replevin bouds
Said sale is made to satisfy the debt
and interest of the plaintiff amounting
on day of sale to 33638 and the costs of
this srht 10535 making the total sum
to be raised 44173
EMMETT M DICKSON
M U B C C
Harmon Stitt Attorney
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Croup whooping cough and colds
are quickly allayed and danger
averted by
DR- BELLS
PINE-TAR-HONEY
This famous remedy will cure
an attack of croup in the time it
takes to find a doctor Every
j home should have if ready for 1
f the time of need It is an f
I lible remedy for all bronchial and J
I lung affections
Sold by druggists at sac ooc ana per
bottle or sent direct on receipt of price by
The S T SatherUsd Xedlelae Co PadnUh Ky
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We have a nice line of gents furnish-
ings and while you are buying
others call in and get something for
yourself We can supply your wants at
r low prices
- Neckties Of latest patterns and
stylish colors 25 50 and 75c
Hats In derbys or felts Knox Duh
- lap and other fashionable shapes from
08c up
I Shirts We have an extremely nice -I
line of fancy shirts from 1 up
s Collars 15c each or two forI25c
1 Cuffs 15c 20c and 25c per pair
Handkerchiefs No house in Paris
line and our prices
25c ner nair
Merchant Tailoring Pants S3 and
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5 ary wors senr one day and returned the
n next Your natronacre solicited
Paris FiirnisliifliandTailoriogCo
H S STOUT Manager
Wm Hukill Jr Cutter
Queen Cre5cent
reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed
through trains Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman Chatta
nooga Attalla Birmingham Tuscaloosa Meridian New Orleans Atlanta Macon
and Jacksonville Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville Hot Springs
and Asheville and from Chattanoogo to Jackson Vioksburg Monroe
and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and
San Francisco Choice of Routes to Texas Mexico and California 4 Jgfi
via JNew uneans or via fcnreveport
Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati
with every accommodation to patrons Free Parlor
Cars Lexington to Cincinnati Cafe Parlor and Observa
tion Cars between Cincinnati Lexington and
Chattanooga
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My Patrons
Christmas lias come
and gone and I have
my friends and patrons
to thank for the best
Christmas business I
have eyer done The
best goods low prices
and attractive designs
did the work
For the coming year
you may expect to see
my establishment filled
with the best the mar
ket sup plies My
prices will always con
form with the quality
of the goods shown
and taking quality for
quality my quotations
will be as low as the
lowest
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