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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 20 June 1882

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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. — 20 June 1882

V t ffl wp TOPICS OP THE DAT. Warmer weather has given corn and eotton a boom. Queen Yiotoria is fat and hearty weighing 200 pounds. Gabjbatjdi's body bore scars of ten gunshot, and one bayonet, "wounds. , Delaware promises to give the the largest peach crop since 1875. The army "worm is the object upon which the farmer may lavish his curses this year. Philadelphia is taking steps toward the construction and adoption of an electric railway. Stock of the Bank or Ireland sells at 319 that is higher than stock of the Bank of England. In the destruction of the barley crop, is it possible that the army worm, too, is fighting the brewers ? Between the army worm and the weather there is little preference. The one seems to augment the other. Since her marriage Sarah Bernhardt is not popular, although she is perhaps as good an actress as she ever was. The census returns in Japan shows nearly a million more men than women. This is not a usual thing for old settled countries. Portions of "Wash...

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. — 20 June 1882

V, w t Y THE SERVICE. In a speech in favor of the bill to promote the efficiency of the Life-Saving Service, Congressman S. S. Cox presented the following interesting statistics of the service since its establishment ten years ago : Number of disasters reported, 1,347 ; value of vessels endangeied, $16,083,-820 ; value of cargoes, 8,429,167 ; value of property saved, 814,958,890; value of property lost, $9,853,592; number of jives imperiled, 12,259 ; number of lives saved, 11,864; number of persons succored, 2,610 ; number of days' succor afforded, 7,350. Beside 11,864 lives saved from vessels in distress, the lives of sixteen persons were saved who were not on board vessels. Of 395 lives reported lost, 183 Tvere on the Huron and Metropolis, the loss of the former vessel happening when stations were not open ; while in the case of the latter the service was impeded by distance from the scene of the disaster. It is only in the last five years that the operations of the Life-Saving Se...

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. — 20 June 1882

i....jii w - . - -. : fill I . Ill U I Jl hi IVM 5W i ini2i DUUIVDUIX IUMYO. i- . fctSfta. "' S J-v' "V PUBLISHED JIU1S1S ANbjUHDAYS. 1 BRUQBeHMP, BaiTor Bour.BdNFiEjrs lismNgj(p. i SUBSDiilFTIO'lf Odb year in advance, -. -N $2.00. Six months in advance, 1.00 Entered .at the Postoffice at Paris; K:Ym as second class mail matter.! Democratic Nominees. "3?ob Supebiob Judge, Kich'd jReid. , Eos Appellate Clerk T. J." Henky." ""Fob County Judge Matt. Tubney. JJps County Attobney Kelly Bbent. "Fob County Clerk J. M. Hughes.- Fob Sheriff J. B. Holladay. For Jailob Jos. W. McCabney: FOR SUBYEYOR llORTON L. WHALEY. Fob Assessor Jeff. C. Elgin. '"' ' ' .Jt - ' Now Lexington is brought disgracefully to the front. - The old soldiers, like antumn leaves are fast being wafted to the great whence. In ten more days Guiteau will deliver an address filled with lots of good advice to tire American citizens, and the sheriff will close the n argument with a rope. . - . The Court of Appeals has affirmed...

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 July 1882

:,i The bottom is knocked out of the wheat market, Bev. Dorsey has got his old mare home, and peace once more prevails in the United States, but the bloody Bedouin still shakes his fist at Johnnie Bull. dav. -4- Polk Forsythe, with two pieces ot stove pipe and a lightning rod, equipped the "Black Maria" as an Egyptian man of war, and ran out the back door of the drug store to escape the vengeance of an American man of war. -- One colored woman twitted another one on carrying a real black baby up street the other day, when she got her dandruff up and turned scornfully on her heel and said, "Yes ! I could have had a white one if I'd wanted to." . - TiiEREonghttobea patent kicker set in the lobby of our post-office, for the purpose of kicking the darned fools out who stand there and read their letters. In case there was, we, know of two or three business men who would'nt be able to sit down for a week. - Batterton & James, in their elegant new stand, keep on draught the best beer, ...

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 July 1882

A. Crazy Elephants itLola. Buksh belonged to the of Benares and was lent by him one January to a small shooting party in South Mirzapur, consisting of. three .gentlemen, two of whom had with them their wives and children. He was without tusks, of great size, and of what amateurs call beautiful points; -stanch with tiger, trained and tractable, but credited from the first known of 'hini with an uncertain temper. On the lth ;of the month he took part in an -expedition into the jungle, pelted a wounded tiger in a ravine with clods 'until the brute charged and fasteded on. 'his ear, then got his foe between his legs and kicked him from hindfoot to forefoot and back again until he was done for. On the 19th he carried some oftlie party, including two ladies, for n outing, nothing unusual being observable in his manner except a rather excited rivalry with a horse which was cantering by his side. On arriving at the camp he was fed, as usual, by female hands, and his affectation humored of 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. — 21 July 1882

7 THE ISTEWS. PABIS, KENTUCKY 1HE SANCTUM KING. Carleton read ... before the conation of the New York Press Association, for his eubject "The Sanctum Kin2.M After nieasantly discussing the claims of the pen, the pencil, the types, the press, and various other editorial accessories and instrumentalities and concluding that none of them possess the royal attributes to be soujbt for in such Ipersonage, the poet Bettles the vexed question as follows " So then, if nor.e of those of which we speak Is vested -with the qualities we ?eek, We may once moreinquire,untouched by blame, Who is this wondrous king of mighty fame? I ist then, while plain to you his name Ibring Ihe Public Heart ! That is the Sanctum King. ijd unceasing worry and turmoil. To serve that Heart the Editor must toil ; rrnrier its bidding must his efforts be; Itforms part of ' the editorial We.' Whv do the papers gossip, would you know ? Because-the public ear wou'd have it sp. Our journal's not a favorite breakfast dish U...

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 July 1882

THE. BOURBOiN JNEWS. TOBUSHED TUESDAYS AND FB1DAY8. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Bourbon News Publishing Co. BUBSCiilPTIOU KATES. One year m advance, - 2.00 Six months in advance, - - 1.00 Entered at the Postoflice at Paris, K.Vm as second class mail matter. 1 Democratic Nominees !W'8upj:$uok Judge, Eich'd KsiDi For Afpsulats Clebk T. J. Henby Fo Cotmrv Judge Matt, Tubney, Jbk Count AttobneyKelly Bbbnt. i'ois County ClubkJ; H; Humuss. 3?08 fc&KBIFl J. B. Holladay. J?b'R Jailob Jos. V. McUabney, Fob E&BVElteR julobton L. Whaley. Fob Assessor Jeff. C. Elgin. ' Announcement: J, Mi Daniels and Thos. Isgrigg are Candidates lor lor Magistrates oi lue Paris precinui, al the August election. . , afrmnmrmnmvimnynmmm in ! k I . The chances now are that congress will not adjourn before August. At ladt the face of the Mormons ia seaied. The toy pistoi has reached tneni them. The Atlanta Constitution says, the legacy that Guiteau left the country is a one-horse Administration. '-' When Mrs. Linco...

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. — 15 August 1882

& , . JlXtMg fT jHWi; '3Eii r H V N B . N ,3 -- r . - at wnn H " - WWWPiMfMINMriMM fcr" &9WMNA B MMpr HMhAHrtl vsYMMf!flH AHBlv H JJUUllDUlX" 1.1.EjVVO: aii'i' S3 VOL. I. Frost has already fallen in northern Minnessota. Ike Clay caught G6 fine bass out of Houston, last week. -- Frank Carr sold 218 tickets for the camp:meeting Sunday. Will Polk has sold his half of the Lexington News, to Geo. Flannely, his partner. - Tub grain threshers are running again, imd the steady stream of wagons keep pouring in. Dogs without any breath in their bodies, are worn a good deal just now, by the back lots of .our city. j0. It is estimated that the gross receipts of the K. C. on Sunday were $2,000 in consequence of the camp-meeting. An excursion leaves Cincinnati, over the C. H. & D, route for Niagara Palls, on the 17th inst: Fare only $G the round trip. . . Ten car loads of new steel rails were re- caived last week at Maysville, and are being put down on the M. & L. branch of the K....

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. — 15 August 1882

I H THE 5TE"WS. PARIS, KENTUCKY NEWS OF THE WEEK Condensed and DPnt Into Readable Shape. COXC3RESSIONAI PKOCEEDUtGS. In the Senate, August 5, the Conference Committee reported agreement on the Naval appropriation bill, and the hill passed. The Senator mileage Joint resolution also passed. The knit goods hill Was taken up and passed, man con, as to the Republicans. A report announcing that the conference on the hill to publish the agricultural report " had agreed was adopted ; 300,000 copies are to he printed. In the evening the hill to relieve certain soldiers of the late war from the charge of desertion was agreed on and passed. The annual post route hill also passed. The conference report on the Sundry Civil bill was adopted after a long debate.., ...In the House a number of conference reports were concurred in, among them the general Appropriation bill. From a report by the President from the Secretary of State it appears that the only persons referred to as American citizens Bti...

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. — 15 August 1882

H OF GENERAL EiTEREST. Probably the oldest hotel register m the country is at Columbia Hall, Lebanon Springs, N. Y. It contains the names of Webster, Clay, Lafayette, and many other notables. A Troy, (N.Y.,) family are much puzzled, and possibly a little disturbed, by the simultaneous stopping, the other night, without any discoverable cause, of their three time-pieces, consisting of an eight-day clock, a 24-hour cloc and a watch. Ben Thompson, manager of a theater at San Antonio, Texas, appeared on the stage recently, while a fight was in progress, and quelled it by shooting three bullets through the nibs of three gas burners, just to show how easily he could hit the disturbers if he tried. There is nothing so sad as the items in the record in New York papers of deaths and prostrations by the heat, such as the following? "a woman, name unknown;1' 4ta man, no residence, so far as can be ascertained;" ' a woman, no home and no friends." A man of eighty years applied for a marriage li...

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. — 15 August 1882

I-! II ; '; , l?3 ,, JM BOURRON NEWS. ffev "PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND KRIDAY8. &,, BRQUE. CHAMP, Editor f& '-4?Bourbon News -Publishing Cq. .- S'QJBaUBIPTiON BASTES.. .. One year m advance, - $2.00 Six months in advance, - - 1.00 Entered at the Postoffice at Paris, jfcy.j aa second class mail matter. The Democratic Tote of Clark dolluty made a clear gain this year over last j .-O" The Danville Advocate has been Sold by J. K. Marrs, to fc. G-. Boyle, of Danville It tuo& three policemen at Franklort, to reauueacirunKeninau from a butting guat last week. Tney were airuiu to goat the ai duous tasii A MAN S' years oi age wallied u. Warsaw, ivy., a uiatance oi uv. miles to vote ana tnen i'eil cicuu. it id naraiy nucesury io say tnal tntj lvupuoiioan ticKot ua once tne laofc time. Theke are '6-LH newspaper. uliU peiiudicalo publiohed in Uk world. V e dare nay that there ai. leas than a dozen ui them posses ing the daring independence aiiu nappy oi the JiouitBo.s JNews. On a Kentuc...

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. — 18 August 1882

ft- :- " ' , - 3F ' .. ; t ? ;K ";. ... r var rfe:; t 't SEMI-WEEKLY. v?- . ,. . ." J VOX I- PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1SS2. ", ' ' .--- . -' f ii Mgw .hi eat a : Senator Ben Hill, of Georgia, is dead. - Lexington telephone stock is "worth 300 a share. -- The game scored 7 to 5, in favor ol the Georgetowns Wednesday. Senator Jno. S.Williams passed through vesterdav, en route for the Blue Licks. Dr. Charlie Fithian didn't know what it "Josie" was. He thought it was a girl's leg. Phil Nipper?, confectioner of this city, Was awarded the fair grounds privileges, for $560. . - The man in the moon ought to have started a butcher's shop with that cow that jumped over, him. -- J. B. Linton, of Cynthiaua, was swindled out of $105 v by sharpers, in a horse trade in Cincinnati. o . A hundred thousand dollar lire took place Monday night, at Higginsport, a small river town above Maysville, on the Ohio side. The K. C. will xun a special train from Carlisle to Lexington S...

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. — 18 August 1882

13 h I I' ll .1 Ii , 9 n . I' : M n I' i Talking Poll Parrots. & young: lady advertised, a few days since, a liberal reward for "a young parrot speaking a little Spanish," and it is to be hoped got the bird. "In fact," said the old bird-fancier, " nothing would be easier, in our line, than ix supply her with any reasonable quantity of parrots speaking a great j&c&l of Spanish. If a parrot has any -other mother-tongue than an infernal squawk, that mother-tongue is Spanish, .t least with those that come here from "South. America, which is our main -source of supply. It is, you understand, the language of the people who capture the bird and give it the rudiments of educati&n. Very naturally, 'the first words a parrot learns from 'them are likely to be 4 bonito papagavo ' Aud'carainba,' just as, if English-speaking; people got him first, he would begin by saying Pretty Polly,' and and probably more vigorous words than those Spanish ones. Spanish, oaths, by the way, don't...

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. — 18 August 1882

K bTHE ISTIEWS. PARIS, KENTUCKY THE NIGHTINGALE. There is a bird, a plain brown bird. That dwells in lands afar, Whose wild, delicious song is heard With evening's first white star. "When, dewy-fresh and still, the night Steals to the waiting world. And the new moon glitters silver bright. And the fluttering winds are furled ; "When the balm of summer in in the :iir. And the deep rose breathes of muslr. And there comes a waft of blossoms fair Through the enchanted dusk; Then breaks the silence a heavenly strain, And thrills the quiet night "With a rich and wonderful refrain, A rapture of delight. All listeners that rare music hail. All whisper softly : " Hark! It is the matchless nightingale t Sweet-singing in the dark." He has no pride of feathers fine; Unconscious, too. in he. That welcomed as a thing divine Is his clear minstrelsy. But from the fullness of his heart His happy caiol pours; Bevond all praise, above all art. His song to heaven soars. And through the whole wide world...

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. — 18 August 1882

!' I I THE BOURBON NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS JUJD FRIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Bourbon News Publishing Co. STJBSCBIFTIOU" BATES. One year in advance, - $2.00 Six months in advance, - - 1.00 Entered at the Postoffice at Paris, lVi, as second class mail matter.! The tobacco crop of B Harnin 61 Breckinridge county, will make 3,000 pounds to the acre. fetiACKBUEN and Owens are billed id speak here on Sept. 4th, the court-day preceding our fair. . . KoBBRlsoN county instructed for P. Pritchard for Congress, last Saturday. CoL J. Smith Hurt was Second choice. There is a good deal of sympathy wasted on. men who have no more sense than to point loader pisiulo at tujii Rjirftcrs and wives. . - - XiiJb. iJiiti&n UuVXillUlclio Uaa U. UCtcU U.',OOV pa.io Ol OIUO bpOCta clco ioi olio ado oi tiuupo in JLgtians wjlai luinibii mew with oiue Diuzcs ana otner liui. con ciiitJiiceo ui wui. Tub bite ol a spicier Kinea TeXus editor recently. Any editin who would bo lar lorget tne lawc governing healt...

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. — 25 August 1882

! W The t Bourbon News :Ti i KLY. J $ OL. I. PABIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1882. J NO. SO, jijfv l Lexington fair next week. Ioji Zu5ttb.LT suicided in Scott county. -- Oub new depot will be ready for use next week. --- Cap?. Graham, from Suinpter, S. 0., 3 in town.; The electric are now being erected in ' '.- At 10: 30 we Lave no news-from the Hazel Green convention As we go to press at 10: 30, the doctors report Charlie Higgins dying. JO- Billy Douglas, of Cynthiana, will clerk at the Emery Hotel, Cincinnati. Geo. Dorse y anu Arch Stout are keeping bar for Sam Watson, of Cynthiana, this week. -- It rained in torrents at the Cynthiana Fair yesterday, and the track was a perfect sluice. 4& The blowing of whistles by boys on the street is a great nuisance and should be suppressed. - Eighteen railroaders were slightly poisoned in Lexington, by drinking doctored buttermilk. -- The ladies of the Presbyterian Church paid Nippert $125 for the privilege of giving ...

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. — 25 August 1882

"V, !i , H. s: II ii ,,-.. I I ; t r ? v ii i ii i i; i i' Z. v t. i; j m ( jL i (S - Bombardments. Tho history of bombarding towns fords-an instance ofsomethmg like act- ualxleterioration in the usages of mod- m warfare. Regulator simple born- Daramenr, mac is, 01 a town inately and not merely by -its fortresses, has now become the established practice; Yet, what did 'Vattel say in the middle of. the last century? "At pres ent we generally content ourselves with battering he ramparts and defuses '-with of a place. To destroy a town bonbs and red-hot -balls is an extremity toWhich we do not proceed without cogcntreasons.1' ( What said Vauban still fearlier? iThe tire must be directedfcSiinplv at the defences and batteries joJm the place 'and not against the houses." Then' let us .remember the English bombardment of Copenhagen in 1807, when the Cathe-. dral andsome'bOQ3ipuses were destroyed; the "German, bombardment of burg in 1870, where riOed, mortars were jise'd for the first time...

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. — 25 August 1882

I ) l t THE 3nTE"WS PAKIS, KENTUCE SOME CITY BAYS. Dear are the days, thoueh far apart. When summer's genial sorceries flow Full on the citv's turbid heart trom where kine feed and daisies blow; "When breezes loved by brooks and cladea Kloat peaceful over greed's raw strife. And cive the untuneful clash of trades jlefodious hints of ampler life ! Such days with soft compassion seem The inf requrnt captive trees to greet, dull pavements cleaai la toirid square or sultry street. They make the pi n; srass vaguely sigh " j"or distant meauiAvs, rich in halm, That to where the uutrammeled sky Leans low and claspB them with its calm. 'They rouse to delicate surprise Tnoe rare scant shrubs the court-yard sees. And bid some faded flower surmise A murmur as though of phantom bees. .. . JJut other messages they send. While gladdening thus the town's turmoil, To piteous lives that yearly bend Below the tyranny of toil. iS.vl women, gaunt with need's worst throes. Will feel the buoyant air's coo...

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. — 25 August 1882

ft - h n :" r . : I I . ni - . i t . 4 K 1 , ( lit i Ut i ' TO i s it 'fi J IS&iS - y ..-? E. F. Clay, Chairman of 7th Congressional District, calls on chairmen of county committees to meet at the Phoenix Hotel, in Lex ington, on Aiig. 30th to designate a time and mode of selecting nominees of this district. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch says Democratic prospects in brightening. Don Cameron ha just been compelled to pay a security debt of $10,000. The with- 4drSal of this amount of money fror2 the canvass may turn Tthe scale. " "" A.n Iowa book canvasserj' wh did no(f d(4ir his goods, foun'r himself at of a rope Tues day, and four at the other. They mercifully spared his life, however, which shows how patient mankind can be under great nrovonatinn. . K.' JJ w w A HEif out Wst has laid an egg withaiieedleiiv.it. That's nothing. Pals had a lien to go to setting on p bushel basket, of eggs, from which were hatched two sewing 'niachines and a- red hot "cook stove. This hen can do anyt...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
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