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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 31 May 1898

t - r i Cv iv v t V 6 7 T9 THE BOURBON NEWS Eighteenth Year Established 1881 Published Every Tuesday and Friday by SSffySKS Editors Dd rart MY FIRST SWEETHEART She was the fairest bonniest lass That mortal ever knew The roses blush was on her cheeks Her eyes had caught the blue Of June time skies around her head Bright golden ringlets danced And when my sweetheart smiled on me I felt my heart entranced I found her sitting neath the trees One glorious day in May The breezes with her dancing curls Were merrily at play I looked at her with steadfast gaze She turned her eyes on me They brimmed with love our warm lips met In kisses one two three That day was years and years ago But I can neer forget My first sweethearts bewitching eyes And oh I love her yet As fervently as in those days When first on me she smiled And she loves me I know it for I am her only child Thomas B Holmes in ladies Home pj n m it n m n pi The Man and the Editor sat at opposite ends of a bench THEY on the Marine p...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 31 May 1898

f DIVIDING THE BURDEN People of Cities and Towns Should Bear Their Share of the Cost of Improving Roads In the states in which a sjstem of state aid has been inaugurated the ur ban resident bears his share of the ex pense of improving- and maintaining the highways instead of leaving them as heretofore to be cared for by the rural population Under the old theory that the maintenance and care of the roads should depend wholly on the districts through which they passed great in justice was done many persons whose interest in the roads was less than that of others who bore no expense To re move this injustice and provide an equa ble system is the purpose of the state aid Spdaking on this subject recently Gen Stone said that the farmers of r - -- Ml I A MODEL HIGHWAY From a Photograph by the Chairman of the Pennsylvania Highway Committee Maine own one fifth of the property of the state and that one fifth of the prop erty has paid the entire expense of building and maintaining the roads o...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 31 May 1898

u 1 I M i V it I 1 1 U f r i v -T j 0 Hagga kd Reeds uew laundry is ioaug first class wo it Give us a call f Haggard Reed JZixsmzikM ISfoihg Dyspepsia Corel FTER suffering for nearly thirty years from dyspepsia Mrs II E Dugdale wife of a prominent business man of Warsaw N Y writes For 3 years I was a constant sufferer from dyspepsia and a EEsk stomach The lightest food produced distress causing severe pain and the f orma licuofgas No matter how careful of my 2e I suffered agonizing pain after eating Isras treated by many physicians and tried strmerous remedies without permanent help Two years ago I began taking Dr Miles Kerve and Liver Pills and Kervine Within aweek I commenced improving and per sisting in the treatment I was soon able to cat what I liked with no evil effects Ikeep them at hand and a single dose dispels any old symptoms Dr Miles Eemedies srosold by all drug gists under a positive guarantee first bottle rVfilT 38 -- - u U1 muiy re- rs HestOfSS 3 eases of the heart an...

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. — 3 June 1898

FrfV k i r TOiTEENTH YEAR inbn h r SSHEXJI ms i H CHAMP MILLER Editors and Owners The Strategic Point Of our Mid-May-Merchandising Your map will show that Lex ington is the natural trade center of the Blue Grass Section and that Our Store is the converging point for Buvers of Furniture Carpets Wall Paper and Drape 1 ies is what we tell you now Draperies It is our ambition to have you look through this stock Cluny Curtsat 340 a pair Scrim Curtains 8340 a pair Xew Fish Net 20c a yard Upholstery goods in large variety Wall Paper Have you seen our east window It would be like painting the lily or gilding gold to attempt a description of their colors and designs Prices are the very lowest We invite comparison Furniture Special Center Tables and palm stands Jardinieres and Taborettes all the ne v finishes See the assortment Tables 350 now usual value 85 Palm stands S250 now usu 1 value 84 Taborettes S3 now usual value 83 50 SEE US for BABY COACHES and FANCY CARRIAGE COVERS- 1 Carpets Furn...

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. — 3 June 1898

r rrr 5fe - 9 - Wi v4S K r U i R i -T ift A FIEECE BATTLE Commodore Schley Bombards Forts at Santiago de Cuba New York June 2 -An the Number of Killed and Wounded on the Spanish Side Was Enormous Xo One Doubts It is Not Thought Any Americans Were Killed Evening- Journal special from Cape Haytien says The torpedo boat Porter arrived at Mole St Xicolas at 1 oclock Wed nesday morning with dispatches for Washington She left immediatel But before going to sea the following story of the bombardment of Santiago de Cuba the refuge of Cerveraandthe Spanish fleet was obtained by your correspondent at the Mole The American squadron augumented by the torpedo boat Porter the aux iliary cruiser St Paul and the pro tected cruiser New Orleans approach ed the entrance to the harbor of Santi ago at about 1230 pm the Iowa lead ing Inside the entrance to the harbor was seen one of the war ships of Cer veras fleet stripped for action As the American fleet drew near the New Orleans was detached and steam...

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. — 3 June 1898

i fe 1 PIES - When I was but a little maid Of years not more than five I made mud pies beneath the trees The happiest child alive I molded them with fondest care I shaped tliem one by one Thten crimpid Uhe edges prettily And bakcd them in the- sun Since then a many years have flown And still Im making pies although a difference I own In methods and supplies And husband now and children all Look with reproach at me If thrice upon the festal board Each day no pies they see Ah me why was my childish play Not nipped while in the bud Why did I try my prentice hand Upon those pies of mud For I have now so crusty grown Yet none do realize That Im a martyr to the cause Of pies pies pies Anna E Treat in Good Housekeeping TTffipSPP - tTf m ROBERT LOUIS STEVEnSOfl 5 paut ni CHAPTER XV Continued All this time he had been feeling1 the stuff of my jacket smoothing my hands looking at my boots and generally in the intervals of his speech showing a childish pleasure in the presence of a fellow crea...

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. — 3 June 1898

I s m kT M fa - t ifrris52aiH IV ii r w ir SvV w -81 feo ft - Xw Wf - t m iv- I A 74 - sb 4 X 4 W HT fWE I i i rlWWn l 3loyal manes the food pure I 1 wholesome and delicious mi AKIH L POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK THE lllllll HEWS f Eighteenth Year Established 1881 J Published every Tuesaay and Friday by WALTER CHAMP BBTJOE MILLER Kdilors and Oumers W Make all Checks Money Orders etc V livable to the order of CHAMP MlIiIiER ADVERTISING RATES Displays oue dollar per inch for lirst lnser iion half rates each insertion thereafter Locals or reading notices ten cents pei line each insertion Locals in black type twenty cents per line each insertion Fractions or lines count us full lines when running at line rates Obituartss cards of thanks calls on candi dates resolutions of respect and matter of a like nature ten cents per line Special rates given for large advertise ments and yearly cards Late News of the War fg3tvrTropiVby the thousands have sailed rtWAnAVn V1 ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 3 June 1898

- r HM M JHy hi -- v 4r w I w v fL THE BQUBBOH NEWS Eighteenth Year Established 1881 Enteici at the Post office at Paris Ky as Becon iiss mail matter TELEPHONE NO 124 SUBSCRIPTION PRICES Payable in Advance One year S200 Six mouths 5100 news costs you cant even get a re port FROM A X3UN FREE OF CHARGE Make all Checks Money Orders Etc payable to the order of Champ Miiler PICKETS SCREENS ETC We have a nice line of Al pickets which we v ill sell at the following prices per 1000 Poplar pickets 1x2 4 8in1150 Oak pickets lx24 8in 1200 A nice screen door 1 1 8 thick hard oil finish and hanging 1 50 A finely finished front screen door and hanging 200 Plain screen door 210x6 10 and 30x70 and hangers 100 A good 18in C B white pine shingle at 240 per thousand And anything else in the lum ber line at a price to meet any and all legitimate competition TEMPLIN CO Yesterdays Base BU Results New York 3 Cincinnati 0 Baltimore 11 St Louis 3 Boston 1 Cleveland 6 Washington 13 Louisville 4 Brooklyn 5 Ch...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 3 June 1898

i fc ES If fc Wf i1 f r fmmgjMjmn BBjg rr h u THE BOURBON NEWS Eighteenth Year Established 1881 63 a Published Every Tuesday and Friday by buceERmCille1 i Editors d wcft ONE BENEATH OLD GLORY l5ont you hear the tramp of soldiers Dont you hear the bugles play Dont you see the muskets flashing In the sunlight far away Dont you feel the ground all trembling Neath the tread of many feet They are coming tens of thousands To the army and the fleet They are Yankees they are Johnnies Theyre for north and south no mora They are one andfllad to follow When Old Glory goes before Prom Atlantic to Pacific Prom the Pine Tree to Lone Star They are gathring round Old Glory And theyre marching to the war Dont you see the harbors guarded By those bristling dogs of war Dont you hear them growling barkirgr At the fleet beyond the bar Dont you hear the Jack Tars cheering Brave as sailor lads can be Dont you see the water boiling Where the squadron put to sea They are Yankees they are Johnnies Theyre for...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 3 June 1898

STOUT POST ANCHOR Just the Thing for Country Places Wliere Temporary Wire Fences Are Used from Time to Time Where temporary wire fences are used to any considerable extent the corner or end posts may be anchored as shown in the illustration The large xock a is sunk into the ground as deep as the post is placed and the earth is solidly trampled above it Place the wire around the stone before it is put into the ground then pass it around HOW TO ANCHOR A POST the top of the post By using a stick b the -wire can be tightened if there is nny tendency to become loose To move the fence loosen the lower strand from the posts Begin at one end and make a coil about two feet across Boll this on the ground crossing and recrossing the -strand of wire with the roll about every foot of length on the strand The barbs will hold it and keep the roll together When the roll is as large as is convenient to handle cut the wire and begin again When replacing fasten one end to the post where the top wire i...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 3 June 1898

t -HOW THE GURKHAS FIGHT They Punctuated Their Attacks on a For tress With Football Games Two UNLOADING COAL Ways of Discharging Coal From Ca- nalboats Into Carts Scoops like those that are used in taking up mud from under water in deepening slips that shut together in - the mud biting out a great mouthful of it to be lifted up and dropped into a scow are also used in unloading coal in taking coal out of boats The ordinary way of unloading coal from boats into hearts on the wharf alongside is with ibig Bcoops holding a quarter of a ton ieach which are hung on pivots so that when they are cast loose they can easily jbe npset and emptied These scoops are Jilled in the boat by men who tip the ficoop on its side toward the coal and ssorape the coal down into it until it is almost full and then right it up and finish filling it with shovels The scoop is hooked on to a rope and hoisted up by horse or steam power to the driver waiting with his cart on the wharf who Uagoakd Reisds new laund...

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. — 7 June 1898

s J 5 m Mfc Ux r tSSvflES Ji Why T J 1 ML CHAMP MILLER Editors and Owners EIGHTEENTH YEAR The Strategic Point Of our Mid May Merchandising Your map will show that Lex ington is the natural trade center of the Blue Grass Section and that Our Store is the converging point for Buvers of Furniture Carpets Wall Paper and Draperies is what we tell you now Draperies It is our ambition to haye you look through this stock Cluny Curts at o4U a pair Scrim Curtains 8340 a pair New Fish Net A 20c a yard Upholstery goods in large variety Wall Paper Have you seen our east window It would be like painting the lily or gilding gold to attempt a description of their colors and designs Prices are the very lowest We invite comparison Furniture Special Center Tables and palm stands JardinieresandTaborettes all the neV finishes See the assortment Tables 350 now usual value 85 Palm stands now usu 1 value 84 Taborettes S3 now usual value So 50 SEE US for BABY COACHES and FANCY CARRIAGE COVERS- U I mmm Softd...

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 June 1898

P I 2 f vi - - M 1 Motto castle 2 La Socapa 2 Smith island 4 Nispero bay 5 Carlviza 6 Point Gorda I CS Destroyed Da a Spanisn Torpedo in the San- tlano HarDor Disaster to American Fleet Is Reported Througli Span ish Sources It Is Said Eight of the Crew Es caped Drowning But Were Taken Prisoners American Reports Say Sampson Pur posely Sank tlie Boat in the Channel And That No Lives Were Lost Washington Authorities Believe This Correct and That Cervera Is Now Held a Pris oner at Santiago de Cuba Port au Prince June 4 Friday morning- at S oclock the American squadron again began a bombardment of the fortifications of Santiago de Cuba and a lively cannonade ensued for two hours which silenced the Spanish batteries s e- v PERSPECTIVE OF SANTIAGO DE CUBA 7 Cabanitas bay 8 Cajuma bay 9 RatoneS island 10 Julian 11 Point Yarey 12 Point Le Cruz 13 Cubera 14 Aguada river 15 Point Fortaleza 16 Point Blanca 17 Cascon river IS Caimanes river The mouth of the harbor is about a quarter of a mile ac...

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 June 1898

V JV jfc t -3 mfipjp1 T Tl RECOGNITION No song- is ever vain the shyest bird Whose -melody is sweet is not unheard The nightingale in loneliest woodland glen Js neer beyond the charmed ears of men And soon or late the worlds outreaohing hand Plucks each rare flower that blooms in desert sand Nor oceans depths nor arctic snows can hold Secure the secret of their treasure gold Think not to be oerfooked mankind is wise And naught of value long escapes its eyes Each day in cot or palace from your birth The -world has paid you all it found you worth If you have missed the goal toward which you yearned Be sure of this the goal has not been earned Men may be false but man is ever true And man to man still metes his honest due Who rails at fate but mocks his own re treat Who weeps at fortunes frown admits defeat And yielding marks his great unworthi ness For failure never yet deserved success The world is jealous but the world is just And gold is bought with gold and dust with dust To every...

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 June 1898

T- 1 at- w r wr 1 rv ft tf K - J Bi L I it V if mam2ttturx3ztt q oyal manes the food pure wholesome and delicious mi WES POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL BAKINO POWDER CO NEW YORK 1 MM M THE BOURBON HEWS Eighteenth Year Established 1881 Published every Tuesday and Friday by WALTER CHAMP BBUrE MILLER Editors and Owners WV Make all Checks Money Orders etc ay able to the order of Champ Milmib ADVER7I81NG RATES Displays one dollar per inch for first Inser tion half rates each insertion thereafter Locals or reading notices ten cents pei line each insertion Locals in black type twenty cents per line each insertion Fractions of lines count as full lines when running at line rates Obltnar2s cards of thanks calls on candi dates resolutions of respect and matter of a like nature ten cents per line Special rates given for large advertise ments and yearly cards ffljjp Late News of the War - Col W J Bryans regiment will be sent to the Phillipines Congress will vote medals to the iieroes of the Merri...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 7 June 1898

B s m TIE B Q U R B 0 M JESS Eighteenth Year Established 1881 Enleied at the Post office at Paris Ky as second mail matter TELEPHONE NO 124 SUBSCRIPTION PRICES Payable in Advance Oneyear 2 00 1 Sixmouths 100 news costs you cant even get a re port FROM A GUN FREE OF CHARGE Make all Checks Money Orders Etc payable to the order 0 Champ Miller White Condons Duck Skirts 50 cents at One dollar Summer Corsets for 50 cents at Condons W H Harris New Nickel Plate Shows will exhibit in this city on June 22d - Miss Harriet Glascock will give an Old Maids Convention at Perryville Friday night Silas Yager has about to the cavalry company organizing in this county -- fifty recruits which he is Carl Crawford has moved into residence recently vacated by E J3eeding on High street For Sale Bicycle Crawford the T 98 model good as new yery cheap 2t Geo Goggin Gov Bradley and staff will leave Thursday in a private car to rvisit and inspect the Kentucky soldiers at Chick- amauga Master Commissioner Dickso...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 7 June 1898

M J i tWf N35R tf 5v V Vc MKy v v It1 A i r t r i i w - i f THE BOURBON NEWS Eighteenth Year Established 1881 Published Every Tuesday and Friday by REMEMBERED THE MAINE Dewey Dewey Dewey Is the hero of the day And the Maine has been remembered In the good old fashioned way The way of Hull and Perry Decatur and the rest When old Europe felt the clutches Of the eagle of the west Thats how Dewey smashed the Spaniard In Manilas crooked bay And the Maine has been remembered n the good old fashioned way Dewey Dewey Dewey A Vermonter wins the day And the Maine has been remembered In the good old fashioned way By one who cared not whether The wind was high or low As he stripped his ships for battle And sailed forth to find the foe And he found the haughty Spaniard In Manilas crooked bay And the Maine has been remembered In the good old fashioned way Dewey Dewey Dewey He has met the Dons array And the Maine has been remembered In the good old fashioned way A way of fire and carnage But carna...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 7 June 1898

THF3r1SS I 5D3 3 FUDMaPl ri t ta lii KK Vtofetess QUICKSAND IN WELLS IA Hetliod for Excluding It AVliicIi Ha Been Used with Success in igran and Iiidlnuiu The writer has had large experience in sinking- wells in the sandy subsoils of Michigan and northern Indiana In early days it was no uncommon thing for the well to cave in even before quicksand was reached and bury the workman Some genius invented the fallowig method which is now in al most universal use in those districts where there is quicksand when the wa ter is reached and where there is dan ger from the sand or light soil caving in upon the workman Construct out of inch boards a ring of the desired diameter usually about ihree feet in the clear by cutting sec tions of the wooden circle desired out of inch boards Pive or six sections will be required for the circle Two thick nesses of these board circles are re quired one nailed upon the other with the joints of the sections broken This will give a wooden ring a little over J...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 7 June 1898

I I- I ff I - V JI 8 J LwJS5 J U j SCAEED THE RED MEN HOW A CROWD OF CATTLEMEN BROKE UP A GHOST DANCE A Roman Candlo bombardment That Stampeded tho Throe Hundred Braves and Started Them on a Run That Last ed Into the Next Day I We never called Rooney by the name of Jack although his Christian name was John and in the cattle coun try they was few men named after Christs chief disciple who was not known as Jack We always called him John Rooney The last I ever heerd of him he were living up in Nebraska not far from Onallala on the south fork of the Platte just after the stream leaves the Colorado line Thus discoursed a former cattleman who is now pursuing a peaceful and commonplace life in Kansas City the other evening He was talking of life on the big cattle range in the days when the fame of Dodge City Abilene Hayes City and Ellis was on the wane as tough towns of Kansas and their upbuilding as law abiding communities had begun In them days he continued our openings for fun was less ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 7 June 1898

t v 8 1 j SCARED THE EED MEN HOW A CROWD OF CATTLEMEN BROKE I i UP A GHOST DANCE t Soman Candlo Bombardment That Stampeded the Throe Hundred Braves and Started Them on a Bun That tast ed Into the Kcxt Day We never called Rooney by the name of Jack although his Christian name was John and in the cattle coun try they waH few men named after Christs chief disciple who was not known as Jack We always called him John Rooney The last I ever heerd of him he were living up in Nebraska not far from Onallala on the sonth fork of the Platte just after the stream leaves the Colorado line Thus discoursed a former cattleman who is now pursuing a peaceful and commonplace life in Kansas City the other evening He was talking of life on the big cattle range in the days when the fame of Dodge City Abilene Hayes City and Ellis was on the wane as tough towns of Kansas and their upbuilding as law abiding communities had begun In them days he continued our openings for fun was less frequent than national ...

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