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CHAMP MILLER Editors and Owners
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BEFORE AND AFTEH USING
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ASSIGNEES NOTICE
persons having claims against
ALL assigned estate of J Gr
Smedley are requested to present them
at once properly proven as required by
law to the undersigned or their at
torney Harmon Stitt
A SMEDLEY
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ASSIGNEES NOTICE
persons having claims against
ALL assigned estate of A C Ball
are requested to present them at once
nroperly proven as required by law to
the undersigned or his attorney Har
mon Stitt
PERRY JEFFERSON
27nov tf Assignee
ASSIGNEES LNOTIOE
persons having claims against
ALL assigned estate of M H Cur
rent are requested to present them at
once properly proven as required by
law to the undersigned or hisattorney
Harmon Stitt
H C CURRENT
27nov tf Assignee
ASSIGNEES NOTICE
persons having claims against
ALL assigned estate of I R Best
are requested to present them at once
properly proven as required by law to
the undersigned
HARMON STITT
27nov tf Assignee
ASSIGNEES NOTICE
persons having claims against
ALL assigned estate of James H
Letton are requested to present them at
onee properly proven as required by
law to the undersigned or his attorney
Harmon Stitt
L M GREEN
27nov tf Assignee
ASSIGNEES
HDT1GE
persons having claims against
ALL assigned estate of J J Peed
are requested to present them at once
verified as required by law to the under
signed or their attorneys J Q Ward
or Harmon Stitt
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At Our ut PriceSale Mnfli
Carpets Furniture Wall Papers Draperies
PRIDE OF PAR
The Whitest Purest and
The Best
Ask Your Grocer For It
Take No Other
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To reduce stock before taking inventory we will offer
the entire line of Chamber Suits Parlor Suits Brass and
Iron Beds Carpetings and Rugs Wall Papers Draperies
etc at reduced prices
Sale will be continued through January Splendid
Bargains in each department Inspection cordially invited
BROWER SCOTT
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The crct rm4y for aerrous prostration and all nerroua diseasee of
tnc generally organi or eitner sex sucn as JSerrous Prostration Fall
ing or Lost ManboodIm potency NiRhtlyEmlssions Youthful Errors
MenUl Worry xcessiye use of Tobacco or Qpium Trhlch lead tQCon
eumption and Insanity With every S5 order -we Rive a Trrltten punr
antee to cur or refund the money Sold at ttlOO per box 6 boxes
lor TDK MOTTS CEEMICALCO ClcTeladOhlo
For Sale By W T Brooks Druggist
Smith Barnes
Pianos
are not so well known as some other
pianos because they have not been
extensively advertised For this same
reason they are
Not High Priced
They are most suitable for the homes
of the people We carry a complete
stock of uprights and they are well
worthy of inspection Catalogues of
Smith Barnes Pianos sent on request
We are sole representatives for the
Steinway Pianos
Ernest Urchs Cq
121 and 123 West Fourth Street
CINCINNATI O
against
the assigned estate of Joshua
Barton will please prove the same ac
cording to law and leave them
with the undersigned or at the office of
Harmon Stitt Paris Ky
Those knowing themselves indebted to
the estate will please settle promptly
and avoid suit
J M VIMONT
Assignee Joshua Barton
lonov tf Millersburg Ky
The First Battle
SCAR W MILLER has receivea
the 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 plate and an autograph
preface handsomely bound in cloth
Vinlf mnrnppji nv frill mnrnnpn nf 1 7Fi
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225 and 275 each Mail orders will
receive prompt attention Address
I Osoar W Mttjler Hutchison Ky
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Jfewa 3f otes Gathered la Anrt About
HUTCHISON
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Mr Van Bresheara is Yry low witk
pneumonia
Miss Elizabeth Beit of Mason is th
I gueet of relative here
Rey Danl Robertson is itiU confined
to his room with inflammatorj rheuma
tism
Hems Tom Collier nd J S Wood
Cynthiana vieited friend here
The W P Hunt residence witasbopi
were sold SVardy to Dr W M Kill
for fl905
Mr Edwin Current of Ioievilie
wBthegueit of hit cousin Mr ri
Current Friday
Mr Robt McClelland of Lexington
formerly of thia place is very ill with
heart disease
Mrs Will Best of Cincinnati is the
guest of her brother Mr A W Proc
ter near town
Messrs Wm Peed and Wm Cray
craft were guests of relatives here Sat
urday and Sunday
Mr Jessie McKee and Mr Will Perry
of Cyuthiana were gueBts of Mr Ghas
Jones near town Friday
Mrs J as Shaw had two dozen chick
ens and five bushels of potatoes stolen
from her cellar a few nights ago
Mrs J Ed Hull and two little daugh
ters returned Thursday from an ex
tended visit with her parents at
lngsburg
See advertisement in another column
of WJ Bryans new book The First
Battle Send your order to Oscar
Miller Hutchison Ky agent for Bour
bon county tf
Miss Margaret Ingels artistic costume
I recital at the opera house to night will
be a thoroughly enjoyable entertain
ment and should attract a good au
dience She is a talented daughter of
Bourbon and Millersburg should give
her a hearty welcome
Mr Anderson will preach his last
last sermon at the Presbyterian Church
Sunday morning There will be no ser
vices at the Presbyterian Church Sun
day night Mr Anderson an family
leave for their new home in Tampa
Fla on Tuesday Feb4 2d
Attention is directed to the adver
tisement in another column of The
News of assignees Bale of three tracts
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assigned estate Sale will take place
Feb 16th Read thead for details
In another column is printed the ad
vertisement of the sale by the assign e
on February 18th of 200 acres of de
sirable land and three pieces of town
property in Millersburg Ky belong
ing to the assigned estate of M H Cur
rent Read the ad
The debt that has been carried by the
Presbyterian Church for ten years was
lifted last Sunday morning One kind
lady agreed to pay 500 on condition
that the congregation raise the balance
and proceed at once to call a pastor
The congregation readily accepted the
terms and in a few minutes raised
nearly the whole amount needed and
the balance was guaranteed
Fresh Paragraphs ATjout The People In
This Vicinity
Bagge Wood shipped a car load of
cattle to Cincinnati last week
Mrs A M Clayton sold 40 shotes to
Bishop Hibler at 3 cents per pound
Miss Grace Giltner has returned from
a trip to Tennessee and Louisville
Preaching at the Chapel next Sunday
5th Sunday by the pastor Rev Frank
Savage
Dr Wm Gregg has been called to the
bedside of his son Eugene who is quite
ill in Harrison County
E P Claybroolc sold nine hogsheads
of tobacco in Cincinnati at an average
of 7 cents He sold one hogshead at 12
cents per pound
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
At the oratorical contest at Antioch
Church Friday night the contestants
were Misses Hifner Hardesty Austin
Epperson and Messrs Skinner and
Zimmerman The medal was awarded
to Miss Epperson The most novel
feature of the evening was the whistling
and singing by Miss Hurst of JDonerail
Special Notice Of C O Railroad
The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway
has made concessions which will be
thoroughly appreciated by the holders
of 1000 and 2000 mile books in travel
ing between Washington and Cincin
nati Hereafter when the distance
traveled is over 450 miles the first train
collector on the C O will detach
450 miles of coupons and issue in ex
change ticket good all the way through
from the starting point to destination
providing that East bound the distance
is 450 miles or over including but not
beyond Washington City
Popular Shoes
At Popular Prices
Quality and workmanship the best
that money can buy Our 190 shoe for
ladies is a beauty
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solar tfme on the premises
lie sale the following tract
legated in Nicholas County
Begihingata sugar tre Btuinp and
stone in rMrkesdales Patent and corner
to Thompsliafs Patent line thence with
BarkesdaiV Patent line N 2448 E
1354 polealm a stone in the County road
i poies Cio vv or a stone thence with
therdadNloE20polestoa stake 1J
poles S 19 Bf rom a small black wal
nut thencS30i E 1174 poles to a
stake bslair corner In Thompsons
Patent linlf thence with his line N 79
693 poles tf a stone corner to Henry
Thohipfionjthence with his line S 12 E
7825polestd a stone thence S 69 J W
180 9 10 pofefo a stake one half i pole
West fromVhickory thence N 14 W
2225polestQastone thence S 899 W
1484 poletp a stone thence N 31 W
349 ripleS a stone on the South side of
SteelesRajcthence with it N 30 E
44 poles tp bcxelder tree thence N
27 W IMpoles crossing Steeles Run
at N W cfeer of Talbott thence N
37J E 2ipsles to a stone in Thomp
son VPatiiine then with it 7937
E 113 pollci the beginning containing
229 acres jjfgi 10 poles But excepting
out of said boundary a tract of 28 acres
2 roods anh 3i pole3 heretofore convey
ed by MHCnrrent to W B Payne by
deed recorded in Deed Book No 6
Page 138 Nicholas County Clerks
Office jeaviig 200 acres 1 rood and
26J poleavif
The aboVejpract of land is one of the
jno8t prddnctiye and best arranged
fims inf Kibhblas County The jm
pryioonfiistol one ito story
brick- SofdT twolarge barMoheXtobad
co and one tobacco and stock combined
and all necessary out buildings The
fences aretin splendid repair and the
ground has been well taken care of
At 230 p m solar time on
the premises in MILLERSBURG
the undersigned will sell the following
described property
NO 1
Bounded on the East by the Mays
ville Lexington now L N rail
road on the North by the firm of Chas
Clark on the west by the Maysville
Lexington Turnpike and on the South
by the land of J M Collier now J G
Allen
The improvements consist of a two
story framaliouse of seven rooms and
all necessary out buildings The place
has long been famous as a black smi th
8tandthefoldflhop which had stood
there for years haviug recently been re
placed by a new structure
NO 2
A model two story frame house and
one acre of ground adjoining the Male
College property on the West side of the
Maysville Lexington Turnpike
NO 3
Consists of a small lot of ground upon
which is located a blacksmith shop and
lot at the junction of the Maysville
Lexington Turnpike and Pleasant street
Millersburg Kentucky Jnear Hinkston
Creek
Terms Both the farm and city
property will be sold upon a credit of
six twelve and eighteen months The
purchaser or purchasers will be required
to furnish bond with surety to be ap
proved by -the undersigned bearing in
terest from day and date of sale at 6 per
cent Or the purchaser or purchasers
may pay cash at their option
H 0 CURRENT
Assignee
Harmon Stitt Attorneyi
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Enough For all the Winter Evenings
ALMOST FREE
town mm
208 5th Ave N Y
mil send on receipt
of this adv and
FIFTEEN cents in
stamns any one of
the following prize novels TWO HUNDRED
AND FIFTY SIX pages regular price FIFTY
ctsO for FIFTY cents any FOUR for ONE
DOLLAR any TEN for ONE DOLLAR AND
A HALF the whole library of SLXTEEN volumes
6 THE SALE OF A SOUL By O M S Mc-
Lellan
JI THE COUSIN OF THE KING By A S Van
Westrum
8 SIX MONTHS IN HADES By Clarice I
9 THESKIRTS OF CHANCE By Captain
Alfred Thompson -
10 ANTHONY KENT Bv Charles Stokes Wayne
U AN ECLIPSE OF VIRTUE By Champion
12 AN UNSPEAKABLE SIREN By John Gilliat
13 THAT DREADFUL WOMAN By Harold R
14 A DEAL IN DENVER By Gilmer
15 WHY SAYS GLADYS By David Christie
1S A VERY REMARKABLE GIRL By L H
jjiclcforrt
17 A MARRIAGE FOR HATE By Harold R
180UT GF THE SULPHUR By T C Do Leon
19 TKE WRONG MAN By Chanipion Bissell
HUNT FOR HAPPINESS By Anita
STRANGE EXPERIMENT By Harold
jrTladlcate by the numbers the novels you waJit
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PARIS BOURBON CO KY TlffSDAY JANUARY 26 1897
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ATojmr mheral Habmon has en
tered iitean agreement with the Union
PacifioEeorganization Committee by
whichlp GrOvrnment is guaranteed
45t7MiPfe o eh The Government
will rfftpat th remaining bonds out
BUndiuabi te interest has been re
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Wm Hukill Jr Cutter
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We have marked down prices in order to sell quickly
all our surplus stock We can give you some choice bar
gains now Come quick Everything low
Neckties Hats Shirts Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs 6
everything is offered for less money than ever before
loriog Co
Queen Crescent
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
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-and Jacksonville xnrougn bleeping kars to joioxviiie xaot oprmgt
and Asheville and from Chattanoogo to Jackson Vicksburg Monroe
and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and
San Francisco Choice of Routes to Texas Mexico and California
via New Orleans or via Shreveport
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 Fatr ons
Christmas has 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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