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SEVENTEENTH YEAR
SCINTILLATIONS
An Interesting Jumble Of News And
Comment
George W Bains new lecture is
New Woman and the Old Man
Col R E Hazelrigg of Montgomery
will have charge of the Olympia Springs
the coming season
Dillard Rainey was given the death
penalty at Winchester Saturday for the
murder of Aaron Adams
The total subscriptions of all kinds to
the Tennessee Centennial Exposition
now amount to about 1000000
A Louisville medical college is prepar
ing anti toxine for free distribution
among the poor in cases of diphtheria
The Court of Appeals in an opinion
handed down Saturday by Judge Du
Relle overruled the motion for a re
hearing in the cases of Scott Jackson
and Alonzo Walling There is talk of
an appeal to the United States Supreme
Court
The Cynthiana Democrat favors a cur
few law that will drive in doors by 7
oclock every urchin under thirty years
of age The Vanceburg Sun thinks a
bell put on every male citizen of that
town so he could be located at night
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FOR
The old and well known firm of
Smedley Butler of Millersburg Ky
is now in progress of liquidation owing
to the assignment of J G- Smedley
All of the large stock of dry goods j
nuuuns iancy goous domestics ooois
shoes hats caps and every article kept
by a first class store iB now being offered
at cost for cash This is a fine oppor
tunity for any one wishing to engage in
the dry goods business and assume con
trol of a house already established and
well known throughout Central Ken
tucky Any one wishing to buy the
stock as a whole should address
ALEX BUTLER
Of the firm of Smedley Buller
Millersburg Ky
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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 Co
121 and 123 West Fourth Street
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Miss Sophronisba Breckinridge Ken
tuckys first woman lawyer filed her
first suit in the Fayette Circuit Court
Saturday She represents Mrs E M
Swigert who sues her husband Chas
Swigert for absolute divorce Miss
Breckinridge is an accomplished type
writer and the petition is an excellent
specimen of her work
GOSSIPY PARAGRAPHS
Theatrical And Otherwise Remarks In
The Foyer
SHADOWS OF A GREAT CITY
Parisians should take pride in giving
a hearty welcome to former Parisian
James R McCann when he appears
to night at the opera house in the lead
ing role of Tom Cooper in that thrill
ing melodrama the Shadows of a
Great City Mr McCann was for years
leading man and stage manager in W
J Scanlans company and has since
played engagements with Roland Reed
and other well known etars His talent
and pluck have won him an enviable
place in the theatrical world and his
Paris friends will no doubt give him a
splendid ovation to night
The Shadows of a Great City is a
melodrama of the sensational school and
abounds in thrilling scenes and situations
which call for artistic work The com
pany comes well recommended and
will doubtless play to a good business in
this city
Chas Gardner and his company
played Karl The Peddler to a fair
sized audience Saturday night at the
opera house Gardner is the same sweet
singer and pleasing actor as of old but
the play was not so good as Father
land and neither were his songs as
pretty as his old sweet songs Several
members of the company gave capable
support
JAMES RAY MCANN
Carved on the ladder of fame
Is one most deserving name
Respected by company and man
While he works out lifes plot
May good fortune be the lot
Of our clever friend Jas R McCann
The picture of Etta Reed appeared
last week on the first page of the New
York Dramatic Mirror together with a
very complimentary sketch
PICissyFitegeraldsheUbfthefamous1
wink and kick appears to night at the
Lexington opera house in The Found
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STOCK AND TURF NEWS
Sales and Transfers Of Stock Crop Etc
Turf Notes
Bayless Turney yesterday sold four
roadsters to J P Walter of Crawfords
ville Ind for 860
J W Thomas of this city sold four
hhds of tobacco at an average of 1206
in Cincinnati last week and W T
Overbey sold two hhds at an average of
9 N Mcray of this county
sold three hhds at an average of
1075 and J Kerr disposed of two
hhds which averaged 1062
The Cynthiana Democrat says One
of the most interesting personals in the
Paris papers these days concerns the
whereabouts of Mr Willipus Wallapus
Mr Wallapus is said to be quite a
masher and always has a pocketful of
rocks
HERES YOUR
CHANCE
We intend to reduce our stock because we are going
to move to a different store room
We have marked down prices in order to sell quickly
all our surplus stock We can give you somechoice bar
gains now Come quick Everything low
Neckties Hats Shirts Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs
everything is offered for less money than ever before
Paris iiiiiiisliiiiiiiiinri iiiloriiio
H S STOUT Manager
Wm Hukill Jr Cutter
PENNYROYAL PILLS
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The only safe sure and
reliable Female PILIi
ever offered to Ladies
especially recommend
ed to married Ladies
IfcAsk for DB MOTTS PSSTCYBOTAI FILLS and take no other
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DR MOTTS CHEMICAL CO - Cleveland Onio
For Sale By W T Brooks Druggist
MILLERSBURG
News Notes Gathered In And About The
Burs
Mr J R Earl was up from Falmouth
Sunday to see his family
Miss Leila Johnson of Paris was the
guest of friends here Sunday
Mr Henry Jefferson of Mason was
the guest of relatives here Friday
Mr Jas Batterton guest of Mrs San
dusky returned to New York Friday
Mr Yancy Ray lost his fine sorrel
road mare last Friday from lung fever
Mrs Pennington and son of Fal
mouth are guests of Mrs Danl Robert
son
Oscar Johnson bought a 3-yr-old
Wilkes filly last week at the Lexington
sales
Miss Ruth McClintock visited rela
tives in Carlisle from Friday until yes
terday
Mr Will Peed of Sbarpsburg was
the gue3t of his brother Mr John Peed
Sunday
Mr Frank Bowden who has been
here on the sick list returned to Paris
yesterday
Miss Katie Lowe of Paris is the
guest of her aunt Mis Oscar Johnson
near town
Messrs Dorsey Ray J W Bacon and
Will Kenney of Paris visited friends
here Sunday
Mr Claude Ratcliffe and wife of
Carlisle wern guests of Mr Wm Car
penter Sunday
Mr E T Beeding and family of
Paris were guests of relatives here Sat
urday and Sunday
Mrs Will Stockton guest of Misses
Lula and Mary Grimes returned to
Maysville Friday
Dr C B Smith visited Miss Judith
Carpenter Sunday and reports her bet
ter and out of danger
Mrs Owen Ingels and son Allen
visited her sister Mrs Lewis Rogers
from Friday until Sunday
Miss Mattie Power was at home Fri
day and Saturday from her school at
Pleasant Green this county
Mr Wm Milam of Maysville was
the guest of his daughter Mrs Henry
Phillips Thursday and Friday
Mr and Mrs Robt Lyle of
Glenkenney were Iguests of Mrs Sue
Sandusky Friday and Saturday
Miss Josephine Dorsey accompanied
by Miss Julia Miller spent Saturday
and Sunday at her home at Myers
There were 150000 pounds of tobacco
hauled to the warehouses here last week
to be prized for immediate shipment
MrsTT MPurneir and dSSghter
Miss Mary Agness visileai relatives in
Paris from Saturday until yesterday
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Marion Johnson has rented the Hunt
blacksmith shop and took possession
yesterday and is now ready to attend
to your work
Messrs Will McClintock Will Mcln
tyre Bert and Julian McClintock
Frank Collier and Everett Themason at
tended Mt Sterling court yesterday
Dr Thaddeus Reamy of Cincinnati
will lecture at the Methodist phurch
to night subject In the afternoon
Admission 25 cents tickets for sale at
Phillips drug store
Mrs Chas Bean and Mrs Minnie
Harrison of Lexington and Mrs Lan
Brady of Carlisle are guests of their
father Mr L C Vimont who has been
quite ill for several days
The sale of the Female College on
March 1st will not interfere with the
school which will be continued until
June under the present management
and same corps of teachers
A Brave Gate Keeper
A toll gate on the Lawrenceburg
turnpike near Frankfort was blown up
by dynamite early Sunday morning
The gate keeper stretched a rope acioss
the road and went on collecting toll
although warned that if he did so the
fhouse would be blown up The gate at
this point has been destroyed and re
placed several times
Special Bates On The L N
State District Meeting K of P
Feb 17 20 Lexington Ky one and one
third fare for the round trip
Annual State Convention Y M C A
Frankfort Ky Feb 18 21 one fare for
round trip F B Carr Agent
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Engagements Of Auctioneer A T
Forsyth
Feb 20 E M Dickson Master
lands
Feb 20 Jasper Offutt Admr mill
opera house and turnpike stocks
March 2 B F Bedford Jr land
stosk farm implements etc
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Wrights Celery Tea cures constipa
tion sick headaches 25c at druggists
Wanted Energetic lady of good
address to take agency for the Auto
matic Sewing Machine in Paris and vi
cinity One who owns the machine
preferred Address with references
Willcox Gibbs S M Co 614 Fourth
ave Louisville Ky 5fb 4t
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Wrights Celery Tea cures
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to takecharge ofmy office until I am
able t6 fesume my practice Dr Adair
will attend to all unfinished work and
such othir work as my patroi8 may de-
sir
Very respectfully
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sensfction in the thrnnt1 Is inHfnntl c
I relieved by Xr Bells Pine-Tar-
jaony a remedy for
coughs and all troubles caused by
inflaifemation of the mucous
Dranee of the throat and respiratory
organs A purely vegetable com
pound it contains nothing but heal
ing and invigorating medicinal pTop
G1U1VB ju ia guuiuutstju lo cure me a
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asthma bronchitis sore throat La
Qriripe whooping cough and croup
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50c and 100 a bottle or s
win do sent upon receipt
of price by
The E E Sutherland
Medicine Company 5
Paducah Kentucky
MASTERS SALE
Boubbon Circuit Court
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Association of Paris Ky Plaintiff
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Kiltie Xllen his wife Defendants
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Bourbon Circuit Gourtrenclered in the-
rabove styled cause at its jn ovember
teriiiyl896V I will sell publicly at the
Courthouse door in Paris Kentucky
about the hour of 12 oclock noon on
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 20 1897
the following described real estate
to wit
That certain tract of land situate on
theJackstown Silas Turnpike ad
joining the lands of M Davis Dr R A
Moore James Thompson and E A
Allen and is bounded as follows Be
ginning at a stake on the north side cor
ner to John Allison and Tnomas L
Ways line and running thence JN 63 W
173 6 10 poles to a point in said road be
tween two stones corner to Jones heirs
and he Silas Church lot thence with
two lines of said lot S 56 W 6 36 100
poles to a stone thence N 60 W
21 56 100 poles to a stone in W A
Formans line thence S U E 137 60 100
poles to a buckeye tree thence N 86f W
45 36 100 poles to the middle of the road
20 links from two stakes on the side of
the road corner to Mrs Way thence
with her line S 39 E 131 poles to a stake
in J Bristows line thence with his and
three of John Allisons lines N 39 E 70
poles to an oak tree thence S 54 E
16 84 100 poles to a stone thence N 37 E
131 80 100 poles to the beginning con
taining according to survey 155 acres
three quarters 3 8 10 poles except 37
acres conveyed by said James N Allen
and wife to Kittie J Allenetcof record
at deed book 72 page 85 thus leaving
about 118 acres
Said sale will be made upon a credit
of six and twelve months for equal parts
of the purchase money for which the
purchaser will be required to execute
bonds payable to the undersigned Mas
ter Commissioner with good surety to be
approved by him and bearing interest
from date until paid at the rate of six
per cent per annum having the force
and effect of a judgment Said sale is
made to satisfy a judgment in favor of
the plaintiff herein against the defend
ant for 138645 with interest thereon
from August 27th 1896 debt and inter
est aggregating on the day of sale the
sum of 1 426 87 and the costs of this suit
amounting to 7600 making the
total sum to be raised on the day of sale
the sum of 150287
Witness my hand chis 5th day of
February 1897
EMMETT M DICKSpN
Master Commissioner Bourbon Circuit
Court
McMillan Talbott Attorneys
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Did you Ever Think
What a risk you are taking this kind
of weather by wearing those old worn
out shoes Get a new pair Our
prices are low now We x want to sell
them
RION CLAY
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NEWS
PARIS BOURBON OO KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 16 1897
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BR0WER SCOTT FRAZEE
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Special Rug and Curtain Sale
Commencing Monday February i jtfu
ARE YOXT INTERESTED T
If so it will pay you to see the splendid values included in this
OUT PRICE SALE
Smyrna Rugs Mat ro Carpet Sizes from 30c to 32 00
Japanese Rugs Mat to Carpet Sizes from 60c to 15 06
Made Rugs from Mat to Carpet Sizes from 50c to 35 06
DAMASK CURTAINS 3J YARDS REDUCED FROM 450 TO 3
PER PAIR
TINSELED CREPES REDUCED FROM 20c to 124c
CRETONNES 36 INCHES WIDE AT 124c
CREPE CHINA AND JAPANESE SILK REDUCED FROM 75c AND
1 TO 50c
WE INVITEijINSPECTIoN MARKEDglN PLAIN FIGURES
Brower Scott Frazee
Corner Main and Broadway Le ington Ky
PRIDE OF PARI
The Whitest Purest and
The Best
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A Few Words To
My Patrons
Christmas lias come
and gone and I have
my friends and patrons
to thank for the best
Christmas business I
liave 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
J T HINTON
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