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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 3 August 1883

J 7 iL 3t DAl a He Ky. Hi.' ies, Ie. ' El sp ? e CQ'! 21(1 r B. 1 m; ne - of the Presbyterian church (S. is city, will give an excursion to m ks, on the 14th inst. See their nt. -- rs returned to Missouri Wednes- aking with him Alex. fcmlth ;horse, and a car-load of cattle. - emocrat should be at his post vote for Offutt for 7edpre State ticket and for amend nolstitution 0 0 0 0 3 o o o '5 son w one of the proprietors of the ,? to be here Thursday, was an r Gen. Jubal Early and Stone- u, in Virginia. - lying verbatim copy of a written pnt is stuck up in this city : J"OK SALE. Iner Cow & half aldner Calf and ug Cow giving milk aply to t y last, Cora, an eleven year old Richard Duncan, living near fell from a swing in Boone's aking her back and causing ntly. Carlisle Mercury'. ,of Major N. H. Hotchkiss, the tent of the C. & O., died recently of her son-in-law J. T. Ellyson, ind. Va where she was itmcnt for an acute disease. -- undei i- -a tic Committee of this Judic- 3 lfnlnrp...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 3 August 1883

F' I ', r V' V " J THE USTIEftrS. BRUCE CHAMP, Publisher. parts. KENTUCKY. SOMEHOW OB OTHER WE GET ALONG. Tfao good wife bustled about the house, Herf aco still "brlghtTwith a pleasant smile, As broken snatches of happy song Strengthened her heart and hand the while. The good man sat in the chimney nook. His little clay pipe within his lips, And'all he'd made, and all he had lost, Ready and clear on his finger tips. "Good wife, I've just been thinking a bit, Nothing has done very well this year; Money is bound to be hard toget Everything's sure to be very dear; How the cattle are going to be fed, Howe're to keep the boys at school. Is kind of a debt and credit sum I can't make balance by my rule." She turned her around from the baking board, And she faced him with a cheerful laugh; "Why, husband, dear, one would think That the good, rich wheat was only chaff. And what if the wheat was only chaff, As long as we both are well and strong; I'm not a woman to worry a bit, Somehow or othe...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 3 August 1883

. v f .,."-- Cholera ana Yellow Fever. If cholera and yellow fever are of any utility whatever to mankind it must consist in the fact that they impart an instant.interest in the sanitary precautions and welfare of distant peoples, to whose conditions we would otherwise be supremely indifferent. A hundred deaths a day from Asiatic cholera at Damietta makes Egypt again, the pivotal point of interest to the whole world. The arrival at Havre and quarantining of two steamers from Bombay, via Suez, having each a case of cholera on board, intensifies this interest. Nor is it diminished or allayed by the simultaneous quarantining of a vessel at Ship Island, near New Orleansr having on board a case of yellow fever. While some writers have attributed the origin of the virus which produces cholera to miasmatic causes operating in India, Arabia and EgjTpt, others are equally strenuous in attributing it to the exposure of the offal and the bodies of the unburied dead to the influence of a torrid...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 3 August 1883

: r uniiH i mm THE BOURBON NEWS. - PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FBIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor . "Bourbon News Publishing Co. sttbbcbiption hates. One year in advance, - - - $2. 00 Six months in advance, - - - 1. 00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, y., as second class mail matter. FOR PRESIDENT, That uncrowned King of every Democratic '. heart. SAMUEL J. TILDEN. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Mr. Tilden's companion in Victory and in Humiliation, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. Vote for Hon. Chas. Offutt for Representative, and tne whole Democratic ' State ticket next Monday. Oapt. J. "W. Moody, a prominent citizen of Henry county, is dead at Emi nence. Vote for Hon. Chas. Offutt for Representative, and the whole Democratic State ticket next Monday. It is the duty of every Democrat in this county to vate next Monday ard to see that his neighbor does. ' Vote for the Hon. Chas. Offutt for Representative, and the whole Democratic State ticket next Monday, Walter Lilly', a son of Col. LiUy of Irvine bar, and a ca...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 3 August 1883

f Bourbon News Extra. "ri PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KY., AUGUST 1st. The Mt. Sterling fair will begin to-day. Tub Parks Hill camp-meeting will begin Thursday. Miss Linda Chinn, of Fleming county, is visiting at Greensburg, Ind. Coior, tobacco and crops needing rain badly in this and adjoining counties. JeffElgin will show off some trotters at the Mt. Sterling fair Thursday. Major Henry Turney and family will move to Texas, if they succeed in finding a buyer for the Bourbon House. Mr. "W. T. Price, of Louisville, the author of the "Without Purse or Scrip," the life of Tiev. George Barnes, was in the city Friday, Mr. Price was a mamber of Col. Zeke Clay's company in the wax, and has been in Lexington in attendance at the reunion of the Morgan men. . mow Can this be Morgan's old brigade, The same we used to know? That rode that grand Ohio raid, A score of year ago? If these, whose heads now wear the grey Be truly morgan's men, They'd give their bluegrass farms to-day To ride that raid aga...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 3 August 1883

HAVE YOUR JOB WOBK DONE AT THIS OFFICE. Judge Hargis Withdraws. Judge Hargis issued a card yes terday announcing his withdrawal as a candidate to succeed himself in the Fourth Appellate District. On Sunday last, at the Blue Lick Springs, he counciled with the News in regard to -this action, stating that an opening for a law partnership with the Hon. Tsaac Caldwell, of Louisville, was at his option, and if accepted, an office would he opened in Louisville and one in Frankfort, with a view of practicing specially in the Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court. In his card he says: "Since my announcement as a candidate a propitious opportunity to return to the practice of law has been offered me, and duty to my family and business affairs demands that I shall avail myself of it. That duty is made imperative by the financial pressure imposed upon me by others and not by any act of my own, and while I would be glad to give the best energies of my young smanhood to the judiciary of my nati...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 7 August 1883

A - JM. - i. T' JC t !?. -" -C . . "f I 1 Jf. i ' I. Semi-Wee kly ourbon News' "J?" - , tl'i ' 9B Independent and Democratic Published from the Happy Side of Life for the Benefit of Those Now Having Breath in Their Bodies. Price, $2, 00 for One Year, or, $2,000 for 1,000 Years 0A3H ! J anaBMfaB 'OL, II. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY, AUGUST 7. 1883. NO. 151. r 3 t &" Wur Rev. Mr. Tankage -will preach to-day and to-morrow at the Parks Hill Camp-meeting. Catholic at the fair grounds and raffle for the gold watch, will take place to- morrow. Is- -- The Cincinnati Enquirer says that Deputy U. S. Marshal Heflln. of Maysville, has been relieved for "talking too much." JASPER Jett was married to Miss Mellissa Curtis, in the County Clerk's office yesterday, by the Rev. D. A. Beardsley. ' Over 16,000 deaths from cholera, have taken place in Egypt, and the disease is still sweeping along, though in a less virulent form. 4'P J. E. Clay delivered last Thursday, to Chas. Keith, of...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 7 August 1883

u i 111 9' 'I ! i : :i V ff4 I TMii i "! ii.K thus :n:ei'ws. JF i1 BRUCE CHAM!, Publisher. , -or 9j PABB, NEWS OF TEE WEEK 2SCa4MV.uE41W;MS. .. ub iiaj ixoaunuia Ci, SOSAC RtaotT'ijrm t so gaLyfei - The ilieds of the Nashville'Cotton Com- .j..reaJ Tympany barned on the 31st; loss ' $65,000. At Belleville, Ind., Morffan,s J3ySSSateBtwjwH .. ' . t ?- i - mcussBswere uaarles King's hide riiU, mill at Ascoda, Mich., $50,000; stable! at T Oraneevillp,, Ont "7 $15,000,- I 1 1 T ,., L r l' J " ; io THE,norrors!ori tHeacfflonb gn the y . Rome and TVatertown -Road 'is added Ithe - failuref texrqa.dsnlcrals;to care for stho dead. Friends of the dead say that somo of the bodies lay for fourteen hours e&tjo -thieves 'were allowed to " 'rifle their pockets and valises. A meeting of prominent Israelites was v :3i4,at''BffItSnrore"'''on the 31st, to consider .whether further aid shall be given the Mid- f .dlesejc,. Va, pelony of Russian refugees. The committee which visited the colony re- ,. '...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 7 August 1883

'$ '1 tT i r ffortli Pacific Otters. The sea otter is an inhabitant of th North Pacific Ocean, and is found nowhere else in the world. Formerly Ihey were abundant along the coast from Lower California northward, as the Aleutian Islands, -fell as among wd from Kamschatka to the Kurtle Islands. Their fur is of a most exquisite oneness and richnessin both color and texture. The best skins are of a shining let black, and their elegance of surfaca Imd of body is not perhaps surpassed by that of any other fur known. The majority of the skins show a very rich dark brown, those of a poorer quality, especially those from young animals, becoming lighter. It is somewhat remarkable that this fur has never become fashionable in our cities. The richest and most expensive sacque ever seen can not sustain any comparision whatever in elegance with what the same jrannent would have been if made from prime skins of the sea otter, and yet this charming fur is allowed to go almost exclusively to the Chi...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 7 August 1883

a i i ! ;jt MM )' I r? :' ' ? H. -1- aesas, TUEBOmBOKNEWS.IT).n ""rww iy PUBLISHED TUESDAY! AND FKIDAYB. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Bourbon News Publishing Co. BTJBSOEIPTIOW BATHS. One year in advance, - - - $2.00 Nx months in advance, - - - 1.00 - - n -- ..,- JSnttred at the Post-office at Paris, y. aa second class mail matter. FOR PRESIDENT, PUat unorowned King of every Democratic heartt BAMXTEL J. TILDEN. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, -Mr. Tilden's companion in Victory and in Humiliation, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. ANNOUNCEMENT. llichard Bold, of Mt. Sterling, is a candidate tor Judge of the Court of Appeals, to succeed Judge Hargis subject to the action of iie Democracy of the Frst Appellate District. J i . i i . Ahk those who have seen the O'Brien 6 Big Hhows and they will all tell you the same thing that it, is the largest and best show er seen in America. The Appellate Judgeship. Jn our extra of last week we suggested the name of Henry L. Stone, a former partner of juiigo Kichard Keid, for the Appe...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 7 August 1883

Bourbon News Extra AKIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KY., AUGUST 7TH. A Chicago pickpocket had $1,000 on him when he was arrested. He must have been a through bar-keeper. The report comes from Boston that Gov. Butler has loaded a 100-ton gun, to be fired at his enemies early this month. D. L. James, a heavy contractor, has been arrested at Montgomery, Ala., charged with numerous forgery. o Two editors have been burned in effigy within a week. This is a painful and pointed suggestion of the future state in which it is very unkind to apply to an editor. q Austin F. Pike was elected to the United States Senate from New Hampshire, Saturday on the ballot. He is sixty-three years old and has represented his State in the lower house of Congress. . -. . Judge Mike Owsley has announced himself a candidate for Appellate Judge to succeed JuJge Hargis. Garrard county not being in ttie district, we suppose that Judge Owsley calculates to move in ; but that will not win. It's a good thing that the Danville p...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 7 August 1883

- , ,, V GRAND TO I OTO THE AND TROTTING PIC NIC RACES, BORROW AUGUST 8TH. AT THE BOURBON FAIR GROUNDS. Three Trotting Races with four entries each race will be given. IF'lrst Race-2:50 Class. Entries A. J. Hook enters b. g. by Mambrlno Patcheu. Sam B. Ewalt enters b. g. Sourmasb. J. T. M -Millan ent ;rs h. f. 3 years old by Maj. Downing. Allen Bash ford enters Action by Pascarell. Second Race-2:30 Class. A. J. Hook enters c. f, Nannie Talbutt by Strathmore. J. T. McMillan enters b. g. Ross Monroe by Jim Monroe. Keller Thomas enters b. m. Emma Strathmore by Strathmore. TlaJjFcSL Race-3:00. S. B. Ewalt enters b. m. by Hambletonia Tranby. J. T. McMillan enters b. g. Betty Bean by Herzog. Allen Basbford Jim Allen by Rascarell. Jeff 0. Elgin enters b. m. by Balsora. Also, a fine gold watch will he raffled. Several sack races and a mule race, besides there will be dancing and other innocent amusements indulged. Dinner will also be served on the grounds by the ladies. OOME EVERY BODY.

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 10 August 1883

NT jh I re- r A Stolen Poem. j0 ys lots of happy news to tell ! , , "ve sent away the doctor v mother's doing mighty well, niffi baby's name is Proctor. -Ah- -- QT;i oing to the "bofe" times? Wednesday was worth 81,000 a T oing to the circus to-day? If J not. ill -co- if5Si. at Carlisle lian shipped 421 bush-. -berries this season. ' ... ' i ysburg fair played in opposition ' '.p-meeting this week. . l ie camp-meeting, what? Lexing- hiana and Bourbon fairs. i niiEKshot Geo. Patterson fatally, oksville, Sunday, and fled. Tcks of hay were burned for John V ct. near Danville, Tuesday night. ns & Co. 's circus is followed by a lot . who do the "greeners" up nicely. Mfr t 'it over the K. C. is increasing so nUr train is to he put on the road. -- -IT way Orphan School will give an to Old Point Comfort, August .l Mernaugii has on a special r ally coolers" during these circus ' Dder, for killing his brother-in-law ''iana, has been pardoned by the -- dollars taken for one year, or even -...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 10 August 1883

vu 1 A PERSONAL AND EfflPERSOML. Oliver Wendell Holmes attributed feiavp.ars rtiH cnnd ViPslf.h to an esnrlirT morninsr walk or horseback ride before "hraa lrf a C -J r Mrs. William toward Hart, of TecentlygaveQOO ' to the Rensselaer Poljtecnic institute,, has presented- the Troy -Orphan Asylum wjlthJ55,Q0Q,i .. .riwMti John Banyard, the Teteran artist and tyeljbr, (whose panoramas were famous a quarter of a century or more ago, irettirdnWalerSonTT:, wnere he has a son, a banker. Miss Bessie Gdlby, of Fryel'urg, Me., three years old, a few days ago encountered a poisonous adder longer than herself, which she seize.d just.below its, head and carried it hpme to be killed. Boston Post. Annie Wallace, a handsome little blonde of sixteen, a soldier of the Salva-, tion Army at Reading, Pa., has married one of the new recruits, a burly African of unmodified darkness of complexion. Philadelphia Press. Oliver H. Arnold, an old resident of Elma, Erie County, N. Y., died recently, aged eighty-...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 10 August 1883

a TIT-EI IsTIEWS BRUCE CHAMP, PABI8. : . : KENTUCKY OLD FARMER GRUDGE. Old.f armer Grudge was determined-to-trudge In the same old way that his father w.ent; w To toil andfto slave, to pinch and to save, 'T? Nor spend on pleasure a single cent. His tools wqre few, and so rusty, too, For want of the neerul drop of oil, That creaky and slow they were forced to bo, I And added much to his daily toil. His crops were scant, for he would not plant Enough to cover his jiarrjow -field; But grumbled and growled, and always scowled At harvest over the meagre yield. And from paltry store on the threshing floor, From gaping mow, and neglected bin, Would voices cry as he passed them by; "You can't take outwhatyou don't put in!" Old farmer Grudge was a doleful drudge, And in his dwelling and on his land 'Twas plain to be ,seen he was shrewd and keen, And managed all with a miserly hand. There was little wood, there was little food, un, Dare, indeed, was the But he took no heed of another's need S...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 10 August 1883

f I& THE BOURBM "NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FKIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor "Bourbon News Publishing Co. STJBSCBIPTIOH" BATES. One year in advance, - - - $2. 00 Six months in advance, - 1. 00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, Ky., aB second class mail matter. FOR PRESIDENT, L'hat Uncrowned King of every Democratic heart, SAMUEL J. TILDEN. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, M t. Tlluen's companion in Victory and in Humiliation, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. ANNOUNCEMENT. Uiohard Held, of Mt. Sterling, is a candidate tor Judge of the Court of Appeals, to succeed Judge Hargis subject to the action of the Democracy of the Frst Appellate Dis trict. Local option was defeated at Georgetown, by a large majority. That Spanish Republic established a Badajos on Saturday lived about sixt hours. -o The factory of Kirkup and & Sons, at Cincinnati, was damaged by fire last to the extent of $170,000. The Arkansaw man who was hanged in bi3 own doorway doubtless thought tliertj was no place like home. . o Sneed &a...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 14 August 1883

Y i 1 There's a good nd. 7 '& Ui' : )91- he Richmond fair commences to-day. .25 per share. bookagent loose in the - THE Sharpsburg fair is said to have been a ir success. -- Northern Bank stock sold yesterday at Town is full of complimentary tickets to Brien's circus. - Mart BoWiiEs says that 400 barrels of r struck him at the circus. -- Praise the Lord!" The camp-meeting is er and Barnum's circus is coming. Ilook at the date on the margin of yoai per, j ust for curiosity, li nothing eise. w p hoKDUCTOR "JVinston reports an unusually rge passengeritraffiolover the ii. u. bn. k cys&hiana lady has written for a copy the News conuuuma "c ement." . II o mnrn nrMprl t.O the thirty new bud wiUB n----..- - bvs list last week-one ua uu - 00 years. v.icoi oQTrprnl converts fcLD.swEisx ":r thA Old Union yesterday evening, " eeting still continues. ' was arrested at Dan- ii. inst week, for passing 1U en the fair grounds. -Cs- berre Knox shot and killed Tom Gill at kman, Ky., for reiusi...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 14 August 1883

xh::ex itb'ws. BRUCJE CHAMP, Publisher. PABIB, : : ; KENTUCKY. NEWS OF TEE WEEK. Condensed and. Put Into Readable Shape. DOMESTIC. A NATiONAii Convention of iron and steel workers in session in Philadelphia on the Tth, adopted resolutions expressing sympathy -with the striking telegraphers. Joe Foster, colored, who outraged and murdered Mrs. McLaughlin, a white lady, in Natchitoches Parish, La., a short time ago, has been captured. Lynching is threatened. The Minnesota crop report for the past month contains the following estimates: Wheat 102 per cent.; corn, 87; rye, 97; oats, SS; barley, 96; buckwheat, 96; potatoes, 101; amber sugar-cane, 83, and beans, 96 per cent. Geo. Jeffries, of Smithtown, L. I., is under arrest for kicking and beating a stepchild until he killed it. The receipts at the Sullivan-Slade glove contest were $13,400. Sullivan got $7,000, and Slade $4,000. Slade's manager accounts for the Maori's defeat on the ground that he was too lazy to put himself in proper co...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 14 August 1883

t r six hi hot! a Sill uresql 3 cam jicstea e wife ho otue hroth ., Twidv .Atf V n FATtfll ASA HOUSEHOLD. A pailful of corn-meal mush, says the Iowa Homestead, fed to oovs warm once each day, the corn to be of-the yellow variety, is the best butter color. 18 ew potatoes should not be shipped until matured,and then ODly in ventilated cars or barrels when perfectly dry. The small potatoes, unless picked out, will spoil the sale of the larger ones. Chicago Journal. A dish which may tempt & failing appetite or be relished by a convalescent is this: Take two or three sardines from the box, drain all the oil from them, and broil them; then lay them on slices of buttered toast. Cincinnati Times. String beans cut in small pieces may be served with roast veal or lamb in place of peas and mushrooms with good effect; in fact, many people who do not like them in airy other way find that they give a good relish when cooked with the meat. N. Y. Post. Allowing trees to grow in an open situatio...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 14 August 1883

jOSln rflE BOURBON NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND PBIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Bourbon News Publishing Co. SUBSOEIPTIOIT BATES. One year in advance, - - - $2. 00 8ix months in 00 advance, - - - l. Entered at the Post-office at Paris, Ky., as second class mail matter. FOR PRESIDENT, That uncrowned King of every Democratic heart, SAMUEL J. TELDEN. FOR YICE PRESIDENT, Mr. Tilden's companion in Victory and in Humiliation, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. ANNOUNCEMENT. llichafd Itcid, of Mt. Sterling, is a candidate tor Judge of the Court of Appeals, to succeed Judge Hargis subject to the action of the Democracy of the First Appellate ' At Lexington $10,000 has "been subscribed to induce the B. & O. to extend its telegraph line to that place from Louisville, It may not be generally known, yet it is" a fact, that there will be National Convention held at the Yellowstone Park this week. The estimated amount of the pension payment this year is $100,000,000. Nearly one-half the entire expenses of the ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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