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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 7 March 1882

'hi ' " 4 1 W:mmmimi m. . ..;.........,.1882. 1 'All $vbkri$iM8!arefliyahk in advance I ' Please call and settle. May- Born-To tlte '"'wife' of friatKaii Iantz, daughter. J,'n j "" :' : ' 'a .- ,. The epicurean'sTrealh is now freight-ed with the. fragrance of Spring onions. ' ' J-Li.' . -Ed iPaton ah'as been n elected by;. the 3oardiof Educations 'tb taker the' school census. Julia A. j . tmoWP nQwnjsaleatBi ' ; auentlyitw,e;llmako a way.. v ' ' jH k , -. m '- '."C "" tcft)ltOStKMhi&IKmKm .t?i 4, IftA irsamiiK '-' - iQittUu 2rfm'm;j hIJa I BURL ;,.!-. M' 'it: - k LJ m m . m ..ilji ... . ' MM,. V.i I iflA'r.l 'W ';'w' V i mu! si--'- . "'' al l-H I 1 1 ' i f.f?4M ,'---it 'v :it , - ... ... m . m Jr m. y H 'Wi?B 'w"'. jt ' WT. jl - tm " j4 W w p. F. ;21 " ; W . . -y vn " . .... . ... . . ; - 7 .1 ' " . . I i i i - n1 fjian "S ot xmoiau ' . . . . . , . . . fz,a,k; i t rrTLi x.k i m t i f . jo. k& c i in- it. r - --- rr fiW.V "- -- - - -. .- &f fit'.' ? -! -'""3 - .. . ..... ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 7 March 1882

CURRENT NEWS, Dk. Juxod, a celebrated SwiMflwoalwriter, , kiead. ., ! The Conrepional Apportionment measure is now law. - The widow of Daniel Webater died" at N. Y., February 26. An Irish informer named Bailey waa ahot i dead in the streets of Dublin. A Djoiocrat has been (selected to (succeed the , late Mr. Wagner In the New York Senate At Washington the Grand Jury have indicted A. 0. Boteldo for the murder of hk brother. A CAN of nitre-glycerine, while being taken from a wagon at Bolivia, &. Y., exploded, killing two men. Edwjuu) C. Urneb, brother of the President of the Chamber of Commerce, Cincinnati, by shooting. Thx report comes from Yienna that by an explosion in a coal mine at Leoben, Styria, 150 persons were Wiled. The Utah Legislature has adopted a memorial to Congress, giving the Mormon side of the polygamy question. The Secretary of War, the past week, ordered 100,000 rations sent to St: Louis, .for distribution among flood sufferers. A Memphis doctor fired at a supp...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 7 March 1882

1 ' : ."-.'- WOW MILTON CAM TO REGAINED." It was at the time of the great plague; thai the poet of Paradise Lost" took op his abode at Oh&lfont, and it was through the instrumentality of a com mon friend of his and. "William Penn's that this retreat was seleotecL Thomas Ellwood, the Quaker, had madelifiitoc acquaihtanoe in London some years' before, when hunted out of house ancL home -by the Bucks Justices, and read' Latin to him. in his lodging in Jewin itreet. "When i&e plague 'grefierce.JLn the cifcfy .the blind oet jbeifeought him' of his one-time Secretary, and asked him to find him some retreat in his neighborhood. Ellwood took this "pretty" box' for him; and it was here that he suggested to him the idea of ''Paradise Begained." Milton had handed him the manuscript of " Paradise Lost" to pass his judgmenton. "I pleasantly said to him," Ellwood relates in hjs Lie, " Thou hast said much here of paradise lost, but what liast thou to say of paradise found?' He made, me no ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 7 March 1882

m&. iv- " mfr t - mmm rv . - h '" -s : f m ' : K - i 1Kk . - T 8 - THE M JZJLr.Sm ! . M0ME1S, BRUeEeHAMP, Editor! ki' . ' .'a'-V '-. n -K , ' .'.,'. mi .- .'" veiir.m nuance.- -- - S2.T301 .; "hi advance, ' '- - 1.00 V. " Entered at the Postoffice at Millers- .-burg, K"y., as second class mail matter. ' ' ANNOUNCEMENT. ' ' '7V are, authorized to. announce. Dan. iBowdeiv; of the Headquarters ; precinct, K candidate for Assessor of Nicholas "County subject to the action of jthe Democracy .in primary. Election. fj r .. ','JGRm4 . Morning." i t. i In .greeting the citizens of Paris )wlh "n gentle "good morning." the a. heart full bf gra$tude, thanks it's1 many for their support ancLh ear ty good will toward jit's assured' success : and nTougn u aypjrit u reuipruuiby, win rqinisetherrithat thc,y, will never Jha,ve '.cause to regret -the advent "; ' .-. . (FjuiietivBW.S'Snair ue in cue iui urey DOiU the, line i. ' h&i UiW vhii province of a "good S .kujwspaper ftv publish such .. ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 10 March 1882

.ifC -4)- h ,, K"WR8WSWBI fe I W . , Mi jiH . " i h 4r HI . H . . B . . H I H B H H r H : I L. 1 A lfc K H. MT ' K9 H' 'BT'r ......- h H B-9--BV '."' '--- I ai - Mr ftK' - I m m44 1 '.:: Hf ,3?j:.w vnSi hi ; i Y - !t MU g" '! tfrtfar ... a'l A ' t. .rf ,1; .!. i- ". ,e o;i' ,; - ' ' ' ;': . ! 7""oT T - -" :' " i-wt I ;.' f "- TT": TTT : : s"li-: ; i-i . :i t S .i .? "s " I! .' i ;1 .vIAtW .TO&j oX ;.' i- .vj ( 2f? Wl ; (l V hUaX t'tt?l 'rft Iti 'lifvv .tjr; jo. IH. ;.4 M::il.:"::: ':;;;3,'P:;?W0 iom ; '.tit i ,W No. 2 .tt. ..' ! ' r BToi in this county. .- Mumps have made their appenrtinco Jn he Lexington ice "factory .ill!..hegin ite'ezing nexf VeeKi " " ",.....;., 0- v Greens,. by the -wagon lpads, are now. flooding our jnarkets. - k rfE lying season has commenced; ' Kf or uit is said that fish.are biting. U . f. ' .nce'; Dick Hinton -fell do.w,n, 911 a - chair and' broke a rib on. last. : vday. . , -y. . ,v " . ... r" :McObaV, pur auction man, has gone to Xillersburg, to run ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 10 March 1882

. 3 cc .: t a tm 4 P Jj 1 l mothers jsora. Tos, I know there are stains on nrr carpet, Tha traces of small, muddy boots ; And I gee your fair ttpeitry glowing, And spotless with flowers and fruits: And I know that my walls are disfigured With prints of small Angers and hands; And that your own household most truly Inimmaoulate purity Btands. And I know that my parlor is littered With many old treasures and toys, Tfhiloyour own is in daintiest order,. .w Unharmed by the presence of boys. -. JL CjLX jT And I Jmow thafcmy roomisurreded Quite boldly all hours of the day ; While you sit In yours unmolested ) And dream the BOf t quiet away. y Tea, I know there are four little bednldes Whore I must stand watchful each nlgb While you go out in your carriage. And flaBh in your dresses so bright. i Wow, I think Tm a neat little woman; AndIJilceny hquseorderytoo; And I'm fond of all dainty belongings ' Tet would not ohonge places with yon. No! keep your fair home with its order, IU Its freedom...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 10 March 1882

! h t, JTAJRM NOTES. A good garden is a valuable annex to the farm. J v If you have any stock that you are expecting anincrease from, give it extra attention. ' ings bank. , r." -'T Have your fuel provided for the win ter, sothatyoucanbid defiance to storm or blizzard. Is your mower and reajper, or either of them, exposed to the weather ? Interest and rust is a two-edged sword. House your sheep every night; if any are weak, separate them from the balance and give them special care. If you have not already subscribed for The Fabmer, don't go to sleep until you write a letter and inclo3o 50 cents for it. Don't neglect to provide all your animals with water. If it freezes up, open it, so there will be no difficulty in procuring plenty to drink. The farmer that raises stock and feeds his grain to it will keep a better bank account than the one who confines himself to producing grain for market. Think well before you mortgage ypor farm; be sure you can see the way through to the end. It ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 10 March 1882

Ha1 V.d .r " to! w , . J , ' ft ' n ... -V It u V AbW. ' w " . o It n . a. MTV e w I Y-" . i ,, IKKi , hi I ''"M1the 4 '"' "" q k ' .4. i IHK BOTOBQH NEWS. .11&J tuessdays and Fridays." .ihviLui: .BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Bourbon INews Publishing Co. STJBSCBIPTIQBT BATES.' .One year in advance, - $2.00 Six months in advance, - - 1.00 Entered at the Postoffice at Millers-burg, Ky., as second class mail matter. AtfKOUSTCEMENT. W are authorized to announce Dan. Sowdeni of the Headquarters precinct, J a candidate for Assessor of Nicholas County subject to the action of the Democracy in Primary Election Yuo may kiss me and caress me, but I will say no ; I will- say no 1 Conkling. Frankfort is filled with congres sional aspirants from various tricts. . Venkor predicts storms of great severity and a heavy fall of snow during this month. Once again the green grass woes the buffalo over the border and Sitting Bull grows restless in the white man's hall. When H. W. Beecher had a fit rin his le...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 14 March 1882

(-'"V V T JJe lWHt '-'- " 'ili -& . 'i' nliijX '":"-: - ' : ": '' ik " i'iC'' ' '" tifcfirOT'j v B , ' .,ii-- ' h ' . i vm II II K h 1 ; H WiN L .JL.'m.JLJF Xjl' l - l - M w w ft J ' X .I'll ! u'u' urjr. .j.'" -'' -'- 1 1 i V.l TjT') li. to. I II ISIMiMf i SJ M.IW m 31 SC.Xi "ST.. '''.j :1 u i mi ft3nL PfcfcsJ fmmr V OL. 1. McClelland McOanx was the third confessionist, under the Barnes move- ment. .'."- -- Clay Feeback's wife died at Hooktown, after an illness of only three days, of malarial fever. Man horn of woman, is of few days, and is liable to tumble to the racket of any new doctrine. -- Mrs. Charles Peetry, of Mt. Sterling, teok an overdose of Morphine, and died last Thursday night. -- Shannon & Butler have . have taken possession of the rrieat store recently bought from the jftesbitt brothers. -- Dr. J. T McMillan Twill commence auctioning the-stock of-dry goods consigned to. him by J. Estin Spears, on Thursday morning at 10 o'clock! "Do you feel any abetter ?" said...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 14 March 1882

I7f CURRENT NEWS. Five inches of snow fell in Northern Kansai March 9. s "T I A powdeb eiploBion at MarquetttepBIicliL t,;ii, ., .v a--1 . &1UCU XULU. iUSUa i . . . SS. tr . a . A coffee isxcnanee Has openeoau Nexork with 112 members. ! V.-- - An ordinance forbidding street begging is to bo enforced in Cincinnati.' ."- ". A magnetic spring of great power has been discovered near Urbana, Ohio. At the approaching Consistory tho Pope will create seven nejr Cardinals. The Qhip Senate passed the Pond bill, providing tor Ik tax on the liqnor traffic. 000. mwi&tok&tom att.l2SQLnu The banking house of fTjChicgo clergmpyeunedtcseeie stop Sunday tneatncai periormances. ,THChneae3,Vimiigx4taill, pHed tSb: umiea states senate on me am inbu Awaii betwSuuBfttiand Austria, & Con stantinople dispatch says, is inevitable.. $u t e. and jjjjbih a January uur .c e uruary xa, ooa emigrants left Hamburgtor the.UnUad States. Important arrest -of Tihilists have been made,at5 0degsAyfnd,$5,s...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 14 March 1882

ft ;S:wrtafirinaJ!Ir!fclh . EUBEKA,! ? r f r;.Ma aui fui&ritfr Yw&itf ? gUfty at, 5 ' ,feisa Uiisiy As a general rule we do not pin our faith to specific remedies ; but there is no excuse for skepticism in well developed and authenticated facts. Since its ductiqn ta.Jfce, American public, the. gre'at. German Remedy, St. Jacobs, Oil, hasiaivahcredJwith! more- rapid sirides in the esijimationi of h&, publics thari;any thing of a similar character ever brought into notice by the aid of extensive rising We1' wnie thlsfbrJtKe5benefit of those -who may be afflicted with the. divers ailments Jot which. therOil is an nounced as a Ip'ecMcTimfedy.aid we are induced to do this in consequence of the proof qfiitdkMtfre preiiBrttfelBFSd our notibej pHplft volun&rilY m,&jt 11 11V iraheeted its merit and are anxious to acknowledge the great benefit derived. In the enumeration of t such people it ianeaessary to be -specific, and to this erid we'Kave obtained their permission to, ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 14 March 1882

5 w& ,7 I? - IV , - tiserv . - aw So ,; ro locm lf2?WJf && Ji. w -iv iK'tf V-? !P L r - nnrZ? Ul. or i& g Gft. Kll vk "C 1 te k tbtf sr 8ff HtWj " f, ESI nfeij. " Who tj ww - $2.00 P' ni'Sto ' LOO " OJ "a. - 51 a. t MiUew. ay r. j w ;". The ffSVoii mS edgea '& 7 T. " . , I 1 .1 ' taJT ;yBot ncmnca tw..! 3fc.4 tera Precinct, or V"ue to l? --TV 1fe ssSss " icction. action of thea fcabad 4 V- thing y .a the dogs LtG to look .if .cations that the shaping things for iOw they say it was the change of water that knocked Henry Ward Beecher off his pins at Chicago, when he had a fit. ' Wallace Gruelle frankly asserts that he has a full share of vanity, but promises not to die of ;grief in case he doesn't get to go to Congress. " Venxor, Tice and all the small fry prophets are suffused with shame. The plehjan goose-bone forecast the weather this spring more accurately than any of them. A gas generator for a soda fount went through the roof of a house in Maysville, and the ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 17 March 1882

i 'T" V & r. K V, m. 4 . r Em wV V nmn m. .. a-.-- uMPl mm yk 4 " .:.. xijk?.., BOURBON: News; 4 J I I Pj . kia i te "'" ' t .... -. j:i Uiii -I -"TE-T- rJ Aum VI. Jt U I !r ' - SEMI-WEEKLY. fl J '1 4 i . VOL, I. m ss hn Ike Turner, colored vfill be hung at Lexington to-day. -- Mrs Settles, ot Vednesday,night -'-- CaIj at this office and buy a new de-barrel shot gun for $4.- Js- "Will Current joined the Barnes smdVe ment, and two ladies were anointed last night. , , , t Joe NewhaEl' cleaned 1,200 bushels of blue-grass seed in 9 '"hours, for R.'B. Hutchcraft,thebther day. , Easter Cards in. many unique and beautiful designs can be purchased at Charley McCarthy's Book Store. 4N There are a ievr people here who would like to have a little salvation, provided they could get a chromathrawiiiin.V -- V Eld. 0. A. Burgess, who held the big revival at the Christian Church here two years ago, died in Chicago, ' "Wednesday. Three railroad accidents on the K. C. this week. The new steel rai...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 17 March 1882

M le ! 5 fr i m - i,v r " P B TJIE JiiOWTVSLBJD. The maple's leaves are whirled away; The depths of the great pines are stirred; Night settles on the sullen day, As In its nest the mountain bird. My -wondering feet go up and down, And back, and forth, from town to town. Through the lone wood and by the sea, To find the bird that fled from me ; I followed, and I follow yet I have forgotten to forget. My heat goes back, but I go on, Through summer heal and winter snow ; Poor heart, we are no longer one, But are divided by our woe. s. . Go to the nest I built and call-She may be hiding alter all , Jf Tho empty nest, if that remains, Andlesve me in the long, long rains ; My eleeves with tears are always wet I have forgotten to forget- . f r Men know my story, but sot ms For such .fidelity, they Bay, Exists not such a man as he Exists not in the world to-day. If hit light bird has flown the nest, She 1b no worse than all the rest ; v Constant they are not only good To bill and coo, and h...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 17 March 1882

I IT ASM AJKD HOME. Farm Rahings, Holstzin, or Dutch, cattle are preferred for dairy purposes by the farmers in the southern part of Sweden. It is the experience of old stockmen that when corn is the highest is just when they can least afford to feed merely enough to keep stock from losing flesh. An exchange says that "Western ranchmen claim that hornless cattle can be raised and marketed on the plains at irom 10 to 20 per cent, less than any breed of horned cattle. It would be very interesting to know where and by whom such experiments have been made. The introduction of polled Angus cattle into America is of comparatively recent date, and it is not generally known that these cattle have yet secured a position in the far West. The Western ranchmen, while preferring pure-bred bulls for purposes of crossing upon native stock, do not hesitate to say that they prefer broad-backed and blocky grade bulls to inferior, narrow, leggy pure breds. This preference is very readily understood. I...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 17 March 1882

!( THE BOURBON NEWS. - ... - i i i ytTBttsaBD TUEssDinrs and Fridays. '" - BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Botmsox Nhwb Publishing Co, ri StJBSOBIFTIQIJif JtJLTJJS. 0e yew in adYMJoe, $2.00 Six months in advance, 1.00 iwJM..WgWi iiTtwVM3 rBnterd at the Pogtoffica it Millers. Intffi yi, as aieond eta mU jwrtterj . W nF8 Kiithoriilci tb announds frail. SowdeAt df the Headquarters precincti a candidate lot Assessor1 of Nicholas County subject to the action of the Democracy in Primary Election " Oun ideas of the true Gospel Have always been that it 's wholly a gospel of love. We would like to have just about half of Mr. -Barries' insanity. We would then make the News a The old infidels from different portions of the eounty, are finding much consolation in the Barnes revival. If Bill Jones' case had to come before an army court-martial, it would behoove him to cut but for tali timber. ,The tow-boat iEtna turned her boilers loose near Point Pleasant, on the Kanawha rivear Wednesday, and sent several ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 21 March 1882

osfcn iiTirwi v Hi I !! 4 .wtfjwar ri .- l V 5 i i i I II IK y w : j : 4t at ; iK , v IHE 't ' i, . '-' .. -. - - ,n "- - JU. 1""" i. iifi ni tflffcjiiVi il jt. iT'i rwji f Mai .1 r j. u i1 ul a V OL, I. 1AkXS, BOXJJEtBON COUNTS KY, MARCH, 21 i M Jm mt in 1 1 , i i1 m i , i" ttiMc'0f&i3'A.wsiZV wr 1 J.1 '!-"? ?'-'. w ipl1' i . PiJAon Trees are in bloom, Bas3 fisherman are having fine Bport on Licking river. T. F. ICeepe will fizz a fine new Artie soda fount this week. -- The four religions revivals here . have seriously injured the liquor trade. -- A few more pine nots and infidels had just as well tumble to the racket. . . -- Tiie prospects are favorable for.tlie location of the . K. 0. Machine . shops here. Thursday was th& first day in thirty-five vears that Mose Chaplan hadn't sworn anr. o I)ocss have raided the flocks of sheep of Squire Richie, and Mr. Reynolds, on Plum Lick. - Lee Houston, of.Hooktown, has, engaged his services with Shannon & 'Butler, butchers of t...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 21 March 1882

K I K CURRENT NEWS. Judge Bultchtoed accepts the Associate Judgeship. Chicago has 75,000 petitioners for Sergeant Mason's pardon. J. Eussell Younq has been nominated j p Minister to China. Mjf Queen Victoria, has retired Jxpltrict privacy-. at Mentone, France. The National Prohibition Convention will be held at Chicago August SO. cavalry horses were burned -in a stable at Fort Leavenworth. Trains on the Central Pacific Road were delayed the past week by Indictments have been found against nearly all the city officials of Newark, N. J. A Gloucester (Mass.) dispatch announces a fishing schooner and fourteen men lost. . . The Fuck newspaper office, in New York, was burned. Loss $33,000. including building." August C. Soteldo has been arraigned at Washington for the murder of his brother. South Bethlehem, Pa., with., a population of only 4,000, reports 120 cases of smallpox." Six persons .were killed by the explosion of fire damp in the coal mines of Belwez, Spain. A special session of ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 21 March 1882

& A $ JL MAN SHOBPING. you "want t torture the u average man, send hinshonping. v Moxemiaery., caiinbll?e neaped upon him, especially if he has to go to a store -where the clerks.are ladies and he doesn't know ex- actly fwhat"3ie -wants -to- buy; Af lady clerk has such a -way of utterly crushing a man and making him realize his i ance. "We had a little experience the t otner aay. we waniea enougn cotton i to pack a set of jewelry in a , box some two inches square. The .cotton,. ;w& set out to purchase. T7e had an. indefinite idea we oould get it at a big variety Btore on Tremont street, and we drifted around that way. But when we got there and looked in, we didn't have the nerve to enter. It was crowded, and we didn't kno which way to turn after we g there, and we felt that we should get lost there, lt altogether it was no use. We wouldn:t, do it. So we went around to Tremont Kow, and finally found a store that was comparatively quiet, and there we entered and explained to t...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 21 March 1882

SSXItMT ii ataBfcMttdWMilHihia Ml Ti 1. mmssummmm $$S63tat pws. rinJLIHI12D;0?UESSDAYS AKOTPBIDAYS.'C BRIDGE GHAMPditor V Bourbox 2sews Publishing Co. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. tone your iu udYtincc, -Six months in advance yj wl .i.,taiiiMpif $2.00 1.00 : pSntGrod at the Postofnce at Millers '"buvg, Ky., as aocoud cto mail matter, j iiuwwjwgjwiiiiiviii;ii W wa aulhurifcefl to anuoimdo Bim, BowdBH. of tlio Headquarters grcciuct, a candidate for Assessor of .Nicholas deiliitV subject to the action of the Democracy in Primary Elcctiofti A BELiGlotf that does not improve the life is no compliment to God or benefit to man. : Mormonism and Mongolianism must-meander, and no mistake. The ukase has been issued. o If ice-cream can only be cheapened by glucose, the young folks could swim right along through the fields of bliss. . ClnxaREss has done much, done it promptly, to provide for .the speedy relief to the suffers by the overflow of the Mississippi. , . i dogs come high, buVKentucky must -have...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
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