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The Bourbon news. [volume] (Paris, Ky.) 1895-19??, January 05, 1897, Image 5

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Sixteenth Year JEstabllhed 18811
littered at the Post office at Paris Kv nR
soud class mall matter
Payable in A Avarice
Attention is
firm name
2 00 Six mouths S100
mws costs you cant even get a re
Make all Checks Move Orders Etc
lay able to the order of Champ Miilkr
Two of W F Talbotts
Lilwith diphtheria
directed to
the establishment of P
children are
The Sheriffs sale of Jas O Grays
IhorBes has been indefinitely postponed
Judge Webbs civil court begins this
morning There are fifty two caBes on
the docket
J W Bacon and W A Parker Jr
leave to morrow for Lawrence county
Alabama on a hunting trip
Barton Jameson of thiB county has
secured a position as traveling salesman
for a Cincinnati coffee and tea house
Miss Lelia Johnson has accepted a
position as stenographer for Hon E
M Dickson attorney for the L N
Rev Frank Hallam tendered his
resignation Sunday as rector of St
Peters Episcopal Church in this city to
take effect on July 1st
W B Conway formerly of this city
is very low with consumption at the
home of his fathei -in-law W H H
Johnson in Mt Sterling
Attention is directed to the an
nouncement on fourth page of John R
Adair as a candidate for Police Judge
subject to the action of the Deuicfcratic
The remains of George Taliaferro
were exhumed Friday from the Insane
Asylum cemetery at Lexington and
were reinterred Saturday in the Paris
Attention is directed to the an
nouncement on fourth page of the can
didacy of Mr Chas E Butler for Cir
cuit Clerk subject to the action of the
Democratic party
nouncement on fourth page of
the an
the can
didacy of Mr C L Hough for Assessor
of Bourbon County subject to the ac
tion of the Republican party
Prof Geo A Moore formerly of
this city is a candidate for County
of Schools in Clark
f J TngBrfnieant
J courity TissNora Wilkerson
1 ff i et
canataare ror tne same omce
Louisville the higb class tauui
also a
JiaiiiiE May aged about six years
died at Squire Henry Clays home near
Elizabeth the other dav from a hem-
orrbage q he nose The child had
lately recovered from diphtheria
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Dispatches from San Francisco state
that Riley Grannon who has been win
ning thousands from the bookmakershas
won a beautiful California girl whom
he will wed before he comes East
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Attention is directed to the ah
nouncement on fourth page of the
didacy of Mr John SteWart for
Mailer of Bourbon bounty Bubject to
the action of the bemocratic party
A vrrtrwrnrrA ir rHrented to the an
nouncement on fourth page of the can
didacy of Mr George W Bowen for
Sheriff If elected Mr Bowens deputies
will be Mr W W Mitchell and Mr
James Burke
Miss Sallie Jones daughter of W
S Jones of North Middletown won the
beautiful doll given away by Davis
Thompson Isgrig the shoe 8 mer
chants Miss Jones guess was 606
which was nearest the winning num
ber 667
Boe Thomas who waylaid and shot
Bill Holman the other night at Hutch
allesed intimacy with
nnn for an
Thomas wife has so far eluded arrest
Thomas once cut Holmans throat for
will recover
the same cause Holman
from his last wound
Chas Berry a negro was arrested
Friday at Hutchison by Deputy Sheriff
n W Tndv and brought to Pans
o flvea fTToa off for a 5
wn an nrtvfirtisernent which was an lm-
Vatfon greenback He secured 485 on
returned the
the transaction tferry
money and was released
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claims to
Lewis George
- TT orris Ot UUUH
oe tne original ureuis0 -
-Toms Cabin left the Salter oo
r uio Utt Snt nrdaV night
and re-
turned to his home in Lexington He
his engage
was too feeble to
not expected
and is
ment with the company
pected to live but a short time
tailoring e8
ed a fashionable the
iablishment in Lexington
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01 J O Wuu
Tlt jnnnt chief cutter in
epiea mo -- Wflish
Lncy J
Turnpike JSews
TfiE East Union Rogers Mills and
the Hopewell Bethlehem turnpikes
were deeded yesterday to the county
An estimate made of the cost of
macadamizing turnpikes with the new
road building machinery is extremely
I favorable The former cost per rod was
from 759 to 9 but under the new
system it C03ts only 450 per rod The
estimate is made from the expense in
curred in macadamizing a piece of road
near Elizabeth
On February court day the County
Court will offer at public sale about
seventeen toll houses that are situated
on the various pikes recently acquired
by the County In some instances the
houses only belong to the county the
ground which they occupy reverting to
the owners of adjoining lands Where
the ground is sold the owner of ad join
ing land will have the privilege of buy
ing the land at the price at which it is
knocked down if he so desires
Program For Week Of Prayer
The following is the program for the
union services to be held this week in
observing the week of prayer the ser
vices to begin at seven oclock each
Monday First Presbyterian Church
Subject Humiliation and Thanks
giving Leader Rev F W Eberhardt
Tuesday Baptist Church Subject
The Church Universal Leader Rev
E G B Maun
Wednesday Christian Church Sub
ject Nations and5 Their Rulers
Leader Rev EH Rutherford
Thnrsday rMethodist Church Sub
ject Missions Home and Foreign
Leader ReY F J Cheek
Friday Second Presbyterian Church
Subject Families and Schools
Leader Eld J S Sweeney
Election Of Bank Officials
At the meetings of stockholders at the
respective banks yesterday the follow
ing officers were elected
Agricultural Bank Henry Spears
President J J McClintock Cashier
Directors J A Howerton W H
Renick Thos Woodford Frances Hall
J Wm Bedford JiT Hinton J D
McClintock Henry Spears John C
Citizens Bank J M Hughes Presi
dent Wm Myall Cashier Directors
Chas Stephens J T Hinton E P
Clay brook G G White
Bourbon Bank E F Clay President
Buckner Woodford Cashier Directors
R G Stoner R L Cummins J T
Hinton J W Davis L Frank M A
Kenney A H Bedford
The Kentucky Midland bold
The Kentucky Midland Railroad was
sold at noon yesterday at Frankfort to
Attilla Cox of Louisville for 150000
the upset price of the road
Receiver Geo B Harper says that the
road was bought by a committee of per
sons who own Kentucky Midland bonds
It is probable that the bondholders
will extend the road to Mt Sterling
in the future and connect at that point
with a coal road running to Frenshburg
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Card From Mr Chas E Butler
To TJie Democrats of Bourbon
I desire to aimeutiee nly datididacy for
the nomination fot Gierk of the Bourbon
Circuit Court Should you favor me
with the ndhllriation fdr this important
office I pledge myself to leave nothing
undone to carry your standard to victory
in Noveber However if another is
preferred my efforts towards his success
will be none the less untiring
Yours truly
Chas E Butler
Paris Ky Jan 4th 1897
The Paris Fair Grounds To Be Sold
The Directors of the Bourbon County
Agricultural Society met yesterday at
Secretary Ashbrooks office in this city
and appointed Messrs Letcher Weath
erf Hal Woodford and Hart Talbott as
a Committee to negotiate the sale of any
part or all of the Societys grounds if
necessary to pay its indebtedness
Co art Bay Cattle Sales
Court day attracted a small crowd
yesterday to Paris and but little busi
ness was transacted in stock trading
circles Cap Gillispie sold a bunch of
cattle to Aylette Bedford at 2640 and
Mclntyre McClintock sold ten steers
to George McLeod at 28 each Three
lots offered were withdrawn
H Letton8 land
Of Auctioneer
Jan 9th E M Dickson Master
Commissioner John I Moores land
Jan 14th Mrs Amelia Leers laud
stock etc
Jan 16th Harmon Stitt assignees
sale I R Best land stock etc r
26th Master Commissioner
Skinners heirs two farms
4 L M Greene assignee J
We are overstocked on children s
shoes We offer special inducements on
the best makes until January 1st for
tf j Davis Thompson Isgbio
The patrons of Crawford Bros shop
on Main street near Fifth enjoy a
quiet quick and clean service by ex
pert barbers in the cosiest shop in Paris
Baths in comfortable well equiPPeJ
bath rooms furnished at the pleasure ot
Ramons Liver Pills Tonic Pellets
are a Perfect Treatment for ContiWtlon
and Biliousness Jf One pul a dose
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Notes Hastily Totted- On The Streets t At
The Bepots In The Hotel Bobbies And
Miss Maud Peebles iB quit ill
Miss Daisy Boone is visiting friends
in Versailles
Mr8Wm Hukill SrJwas in
ington yesterday v -
Mr and Mrs Junius Clay were in
Cincinnati Saturday
Miss Mabel Russell visited friends
in Cincinnati last week
MissMaud Moore of Jackstown is
visiting Mrs Geo Crosdale
Mr and Mrs Walter Payne are
visiting relatives at Warsaw
Mrs H C Hutchcraf t visited relatives
tives in Covington last week
Mr Montgomery Boyd of
iana was in the city Saturday
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Mr G W AVyatts six-year-old
daughter has malarial fever l
Robert P Powers left Sunday for
Cincinnati to accept a position
Cottie Neagle of Lexington was a
Court day visitor in the city yesterday
Mr and Mrs J C Morrison re
turned Saturday to Crown Hill W Va
Miss Maud Stout has returned from
a visit to Miss Nelle Nichols in Cincin
Miss Marie Jouett of Cynthiana is
spending a few days with Miss Clay
Miss Lillie Jouett of Cynthiana
was the guest of Mrs Cornay Watson
last week -
Dr David Keller formerly ot this
city now of Lexington was in the city
Commonwealths Attorney John S
Smith is attending Circuit Court at
Miss June Jameson has returned
from a visit to Miss Norma Snell in
Mrs A J Winters arrived home
yesterday from a yisit to relatives in
Miss Pearl Leach of Cynthiana
was a guest - last - week at Mr J B
The Ladies Euchre Club will be
entertained this afternoon by Miss
Emma Scott
Miss Lake Barnett has returned
from a visit to Miss Elizabeth Warren
in Lexington
Mr Chas Daugberty left yesterday
fnr Louisville to attend the Louisville
Medical College
Mr and Mrs J J Conhell of Lex
ington are spending a few days with
relatives in the city -
Dr Lynn Moore returned yesterday
to Detroit after a visit to Messrs Thos
and Chas Wilmoth
Oscar Gehrleman late electrician
for the JParis Electric Light Co has
returned to St Louis
Miss Bessie Lyle who has been
visiting at Mr J Ar Lyles returned
Saturday to Danville
Auditor Saml Stone was in the
city yesterday afternoon en route from
Richmond to Frankfort
Mrs Stella Lee left Sunday for
Jefferson City Mo where she will be
the gueBt of Mrs Burgess
Miss Polly Clay of Marchmont
is spending a few days with Miss Bessie
Armstrong on Mt Airy Ayenue
Miss Susie Graves who has been
visiting her sister Mrs H H Roberts
returned yesterday to Georgetown
MrsSterling Cooper and Miss Bet
tie Hamilton of Millersburg are guests
of Misses Nannie and Annie Miller
Mr Will Simms was a guest at a
innfir nartv sriven Fridav evening in
Lexington by Miss Madge McDowell
Mrs Anna 1 Wheat of Louisville
will give euchre parties this evening
and to morrow evening in honor of her
daughter Miss Emily May Wheat
Misses Texie Woodson and Bessie
Cheatham of Louisville left Saturday
for Lexington afterv a most delightful
visit to Miss Mary Irvine Davis These
lovely young ladies made a host of
friends during their short stay in Paris
Misses Woodson and Cheatham are be
ing entertained this week in Lexington
by Mrs Matt Walton
The Paris Cash Grocery sells only
Dure sugar No adulterated stuff tf
You should go see the stylish 300
ladies shoes that Davis Thompson
Isgrig are selling thi week for
200 - t
- Conductor W H Kirby who has
vppti takinc a vacation is again in
Err -
charge of the L N morning train
from Maysville to Lexington Con
ductor Julius Herrick of this city has
been running the train for a fortnight
Bus Agent Ford who comes to Paris
every morning on Conductor Throck
mortons train and returns with Capt
Kirby was seriously hurt at Lexington
Saturday by being thrown from a trans
fer wagon
Wrights Celery Tea cures cpnsilpr
lion sick headaches 25c at druggist
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Engagements Announcements And Sol
emnizations f The Marriage Vows
The News is requested to state that
the marriage of Mr W iB Davis and
Miss Jeanette Bixley Wilson which was
announced to occur on Jan 26 is a
mistake The report originated from a
jesting remark made by one of the
friends of the parties mentioned
The marriage of Mr David Depue of
Salt Lake K ity and Miss Fannie Miller
of this city will occur to morrow after
noon at 230 at the Christian Church
Miss Emma Miller will be maid of honor
and Misses Drusie Bedford and Laura
Trundle will be bridesmaids M r
Smith of Salt Lake City will be - best
man and the ushers and attendants
will be Messrs Chas Winn C
DRay J K Spears - C B Dickson
Edw Tucker CO Hinton
Tliei Advent
2SSl Aft t
Respectfully Dedicated To The
Of The Dead
Of Our Future
Sultans Power
Luther Ros aged seventy five died
Saturday night near this city at his
home on the Clintonville pike Burial
this morning at the Paris cemetery at
eleven oclock
Mrs Matilda Rush aged sixty died
Saturday at her home on the Ruddells
Mills pike six miles from Paris She
leaves a grown son H J Rush The
remains were takefito Georgetown Sun
day and placed in the vault
Wm Collins aged sixty eight years
one of the most substantial and respect
ed citizens of the county died Friday
from paralysis at his home in North
Middletown He is survived by a wife
and three children Mrs W S Jones
Mrs J J Redmon and T Collins
to whom he leaves an estate of about
30000 ancl about 800 acres of land
The deceased had just moved into a new
residence which he had built in North
Middletown The funeral services and
interment occurred Sunday afternoon
Thedeceased had been president of the
Deposit Bank at North Middletown for
ten years the tenth year ending on the
day of his death
Ramons Relief cures Sick Headache
Neuralgia Cramps Cholera Morbus
Diarrhoea c 25c for large bottle
Men And
Saturday niirhtto the wife of D G
Taylorforinerly Mrs Henrietta Bedford
Garth Thompson near this city twin
sons One of the babes only lived a
short time
PrjrBE roods and sixteen onnces to the
pouhtat the Paris Cash Grocery next
dootoU ioai8ville store tf
A DISPA3DCH Sunday from Columbus
Tnd8aid Eld Z T Sweenev of the
Christian church and who was Consul
General to Constantinople under Har
risons Administration preached here
to night on the Rihe Flourish and Fall
of the Mohammedan Power He
aserted his belief that the power of the
Sultari would be broken in 1897 basing
the dpjnion on the prophesies of Daniel
andiieBook of Revelations In clos
ing his setmon he said It is not only
possible but highly probable that we
are on the eve of an upheaval that shall
utterly cast down this great power
Godseems to be shaping things for a
speedy conquest of the world to Christ
Elevating Sport
Dispatches from Maysville tell of a
big docking main which occurred
Thursday night on a wharfboat on the
Ohio River between birds from Paris
Cincinnati Covington Flemingsburg
Maysville Ripley and Hill sboro Pars
chickens lost every ficcht and caused
their backers to lose large sums of
money Over 1200 changed hands on
the results of the battles
One hundred and fifty sports saw
twelve chicken fights between Bourbon
Jessamine Fayette and Woodford birds
occur Friday night in a barn near Ver
sailles Lexington sports won most of
the money
Theatrical Man Sandbagged
Manager Walter Green of The
Burglar Company was sandbagged
and robbed of 200 Friday night on
Waterstreet in Lexington He had
gone from the theatre to the L N
depot to get a sum of silver exchange d
for paper money Green was found
lying senseless in a gutter and was
taken to the Hotel Reed The Burglar
Co played here Thursday night
iBOBGOGGiN will sell you anything in
the grocery line at less than wholesale
price at the Paris Cash Grocery tf
Ramons Liver Pill removes tlie bile
The Tonic Pellet tones up the system
Combined form a Perfect Treatment 25c
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of the Stockholders of
the Paris Electric Light Company
wilLhe held in the office of Mann Ash
vvodk on Saturday January 9th 1897
at three p m for the election of officers
for the ensuing year
By order of the Board
td Secretary
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This is our CASH price this
week for our Ladies fine extension
sole kid shoes latest style worth
Best values ever offered in
See our all wool Dress Goods 40
in wide at 25c sold elsewhere
at 50c a yard
Finest Novelty Dress Goods at
39c and 50c a yard
Ladies Misses and Childrens
Cloaks a specialty Get our
prices before buying elsewhere
Our underwear stock is complete
in all lines at half the price of
last season
Strictly all wool 11 4 Blankets
S20Q 8250 andS300i per pair
Good Blankets and Comforts
0c and 75c
NOW tf
Is showing the largest and prettiest line of Christmas goods such as
nice Table Linens with Napkins to match Tray Covers Lunch
Cloths etc -
We make handkerchiefs our specialitV including Swiss linen
and Silk embroidered and plain
A nice present would be a silk umbrella ladies or gents or a nice
pair of kid gloves -
Other articles too numerous too mention
Any of the above goods will make a useful as well as an appreciated
tIeee peoples merchant
l v529 Main Street Paris Ky
Our Fall Goods ar daily being receivd and
prices will be the lowest ever offeree in Paris
Our 100 Kid Gloves are marked
down from 150 and we warrant
every pair
G D Corsets at 50c and 6100
marked down from 75c and
Ladies and Childrens Seamless
Hosiery at 10c and 15c a pair
marked down from 25c
Calicoes 3J and 5c a yard extra
ood Cotton 5 c 10 4 Pepperell
Sheeting 18c a -
Notions of all kinds 50 per cent
- off -
I want 1 000 barrels of corn
at market price Apply to
Our Prices are lower than any house in Central Kentucky when
quality and style are -considered We ask you to give us a calL
We are also agents for the celebrated Chas E Smith Shirt Full line of samples
Will Buy
A Pair
Ladies Kid
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That cant be duplicated in any house in
Paris for the money v They are made of
good stock in both lace and button and on
the MEEDLE opera and new COIN toes
Brand new goods and excellent values for
the prices Let us show them to you

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