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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 29 August 1882

. . i The still holds a slight grip on Lexington. -- Eight street cars -will arrive in- Lexington to-day, from Pittsburg. - All enterprising papers sent out Blue Licks supplements last -week. 3t See the advertisement Huntley's drastic company, for the fair week. i 3lr. Dodge, a New York millionaire, is j he guest of Gapt. J. M. Thomas. -- i Eld. Sweeney preached two funerals V. Higgins, Jr., and Mrs. McLean. ; -- J"as. McCann, one of our aged and respected citixens, died yesterday, at the ii're of 81. -- J. E. Keefe is fitting up a room adjoining his confectionery, for the accommodation of his lady customers". If you want to enjoy yourself at the I fair, take a few glasses of Keefe's Cincinnati . lager beer beforeyou start". -- Ed Ryan, Damn's barber, brought an overcoat and a walnut Christmas Rift home from the Cynthiana Fair. - Eveekybody can be furnished with fresh bread for the fair, at Keefe's bakery one boor below the Thurston House. a --' Mike Down, while coming from Sam McKi...

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. — 29 August 1882

7 1 V v . . . . n & V i. ' i. ' rt, ' rr I i i i - t 't ft . . Ml Q' r i. f uo "uni SWi tilo&Nu' """" - 'i J :tA iu j n.Tt If A u m,j jft ... . '., i ! --T i ii m i WW b'iEA a THE nSTEWS. .1J". .0 MWMIfHMih!MWlc'lICt' tfMfeMtthb& PAKIS, KENTUCKY. jt ?rrT -. NEWS OF THE WEEK 'if)V.A r Ccmdexi'sed and :P&t Tntcf Read m ,, ahTreT vy a'.i i '$afcESTIC.' & A gigantic scheme is said to be preparing ftt Columbus, Ohio. It contemplates the purchasing of all the coal and iron interests of Ohio by P. H. Medary, John G. Deshlerrfindrother jwealthy capitalists of tuaFcfty. ' The capital stock will be $250,-X)01000," l&shares of $10,000 each. Howard Underwood, who killed Belle JLucaSf his .mistress,, at Charleston, ayear ago, has been convicted of murder 'in the 'first degree and sentenced Jianged September 29. Af Visalia, California, Ben Harris, a 4 colored man living near- there, shot and mortally wounded his wife, killed a step- aughter, -fourteen years pld, anded anot...

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. — 29 August 1882

H - FAKM ASP HOUSEHOLD. A tablespoonf ul of strong coffee put Jn the gravy of melted butter, pepper, arl salt, to be poured over beafsteak, imparts delicious flavor to gravy and meat. It makes the gravy a rich brown. St. Louis Qlobe. To starch collars so they vrill be still and glossy as those bought at furnishing stores, add to one quart of the well-boiled (corn) starch three ounces of witacglass, one ounce of gum arabic and two ounces of loaf sugar. Use a polishing iron. The London. Agricultural Gazette says that he who intends to succeed in agriculture mutf fae an early mav early jn rising early 5s getting in his crops, early in meeting nds men, early ai )Vrs, early in markets, early at home, twid early to bed. The cause of club-root in cabbage has been proved to be a parasitic vegetable which lives and feeds on the healthy tissue of different cruciferous plants. All weeds of that order (producing pods, like turnips, mustard, radish, etc.,) should be carefully eradicated while la...

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. — 29 August 1882

9! a! i' i M I l-i it M 1 i n THE BOURBON NEWS. Mfflersburg Items. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS - AND TEIDAyS. BRUCE OHAMP,"Editor Bourbon News Publishing Co. subscbiptiow One year in advance, -Six months in advance, BATES. 2.00 - - 1.00 Entered at the Postoffice at Ky.j as second class mail matter.! Paris, "Only a step" to Jesus via Arabi Sey, Adair county numbers pensioners. The Egyptians damned the n.nd the English are damning A Washington telegram says that Bob Lincoln's resignation would be jumped at, but Bob is not like to be guilty of offering it. Bufobd says that Craddock is two liars. Thais very small capacity for any ordinary newspaper man. JSo well-regulated journalist ought to get mad at being called a dozen liars. of drawing as certain If we were the capital prize in the Louisiana lottery as Joe Blackburn is ol being returned to congress, we'd buy a ticket to-morrow Breckin ridge News. Coup's circus busted in Detroit, last week, and the big U. S. went to pieces in Louisville. Ji ...

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. — 1 September 1882

H 6 W t ?5l vol. I. ;sigzaeHsrygHBSSTgrraasizr The Lexington Fair is receiving a moderate attendance only, from Bourbon this tveek. - . 2,1ns. S. J. Turkey wants all who owe Iier, to come forward and settle up immediate)'. .- The Kentucky Central will run special trains from Covington and Paris during the Falmouth fair. P. BoitioTTJ, of this city, is furnishing theAshhind House of Lexington, with ice Dream during the fan. Bush's Orchestra and Band with Huntley's Dramatic Company, is reported one of the best in this country. -- 1 1 Milward, of Lexington, won the bicycle race at the fair Wednesday, over three other entries. Time, 3: 57J. - Ed. -Hull has been indicted- for murder, in the Jessamine Circuit Court, and remanded to jail without bail. -o- The oldest mule in the world is owned in Covington, Ga, The owner has papers to prove that he is over eighty. - Henry Clay, of this city, left for St. Louis, yesterday, to engage in the auce business with Henry Keller. , The best, cheapest...

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. — 1 September 1882

Oil 1$ u m a ifi I j. r? hi 'i ,. ,. kt ?. - m i;.. " w ' It Jfl S - , At v 0rt , ti H H . !1 . ii K h jl g - irj -- . i .. i . i i 1 - " ' i4 , sj :. V ' ; X" . ' r J '!i - & ' ., ' t 7 s, 1 . K 4i; I" $ : J VH r a. - - The Orange Groves of Florida The concentration of all minds seems f? be at present on orange growing, and ijecj considerably, it appears to be, to &sa neglect of everything else. And teS ig another disappointment. Heavy " cringe crops do not come forth in five or Es: years, as it has been said, but eight or nine years are more frequently required. Trees can be forced wim t&riilizers, but the result is like that of vae uot bed. A slower growth is more' of a long and permanent supply. Sfcsiiforange trees must have their "off" resting years as well as our Northern 'fruits. They cannot give an equally ''V'Sarge and steady crop year by year. :2&iiher do orange trees grow without $2jrea care. They require as much cLag watching and tending as a baby. ICb ke...

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. — 1 September 1882

H if? A M W- THE ISTEWS. TAEIS, KENTUCKY A MODERN OPERA PLOT. Acr i. A lady (very high soprano) Is buried in the depth of wo: "The deeper erowB her vocal sorrow, The higher up her head-tones go. Uelovedby an awkward tenor, 8he clings to him with faithful heart; 3Ier brother (very heavy basao). However, tears the pair apart. The tenor, after sincing falsely, Decamps and Goes to parts unknown; 'The Jady proves that this afflicts her By flatting almost half a tone, iShe tells her trouble to her servant, A very faithful (alto) maid, Who listens without much emotion, As if she felt quite under paid. ACT II. .A marriage follows with another (A tenor of the second class); .Her brother seals the fatal nuptials. And things come to a frightful pass. .'Her lover had a round trip-ticket When he went off to parts afar; He comes back jubc too late to stop it; The wedding's done and here we are! "The lady faintB to heavy brasses; The loyer curses with the strings; .A tuitult follows in orchestra: ...

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. — 1 September 1882

i Is' r b'K i II 1 I'M n? M I I t l! -I h ; ! THE BOURBON NEWS. . , . t . PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor I Boubbon News Publishing Co. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. rrA vfiiir in advance, - $2.00 Six months in advancej - 100 be Entered at the Postoffice at Paris, jv., as second class mail matter. of HoNj Ed. Turner has annouced iis a candidate for Attorney Gen eral. It is thought in Massachusetts that Gen. Butler intends to accept the nomination for Governor. . Hon. J. Broctor Knott will the rst speech in his gubernatorial canvass at Winchester to-morrow. Harrison county Democrats tal& di James K. Megibben to represent the county in the next Legislature. There is a farmer in Ohio who has not sheared his sheep in five years, because, as he claims, Providence intended the sheep to wear tne wool. se F.MnT.TSTT Dukes and Lords Of high degree who thought they would gather military glory in Egypt with little risk are not mg such a as they counted on. When Arabi's shells wer...

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. — 5 September 1882

J - ie' ourbon News. A 3 S JS1 IMC I -W IE El BZ L "X-. VOL. I. PAKIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1$S2. NO. 53, jfl.1 W,S51 I A .- ; v ; The fair train will stop at the old depot all this week. -s Kelley Brent was sworn in as County Attorney last week. Cole's circus is billed for Louisville the 19th, and will probably arrive here by the 25th. -- Tom Brown's prayer would make a good Exposition-opener tomorrow at Cincinnati. The old depot will be torn down in a few days, and a sidetrack put down in it's place. 1 It is believed that Mr. Huntington is about to extend the Kentucky Central to Gallatin or Nashville, Tenn. it -- Dan Nichols' celebrated premium triplet steers, are now on the fair grounds, and will be shown Wednesday. -- Sam Ewalt, the up-town livery man, will run a fine hack to the fair grounds this week, and also to the hops. -o- After we all get cooled down a little, the frieght depot will be removed to the position now occupied by the turn-table. - A ...

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. — 5 September 1882

I; 11 l t . ' i ii' ti r !l! I t ' ; I ' . i ': I, i 'I I I k i r i T!.. 1 14 4 I; i'A THE NEWS PABIS, KENTUCKY NEWS OF THE WEEK . Condensed and 2?u.t Into Read able Snape- AT HOME. .(f ' Mes.v J.M1 Stratton, wife of a successful lawyer at Leland, Illinois, shot her husband and then herself, both dying immediately. .They had been married but a short time, and were supposed to be living happily together. x At a call in New York of O'Donovan Rossa, 100 contributors to the Irish fund met to take measures to compel an accounting from the Trustees. Threats of violence were freely made. ,.A fire at Lancaster, Ohio, destroyed the 'agricultural works, entailing a loss of $125,000; insurance, $31,000. . Forty-six cases ef yellow fever were reported at Brownsville, Texas, August 28, and three deaths. ' Belle Boyd, the rebel spy, has been at Philadelphia for forgery. Indian Agent McGillicuddy writes that ti trouble in the Black Hills is not with Red Cloud so much as with a ring of white ,fnega...

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. — 5 September 1882

- -i FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Feed vegetables to stock freely, and teep fresh water always within reach. The Popular Science Monthly says: Hang a wet cloth in your bedroom window at night if you want to lower the temperature. Eubbing the horse morning and noon with a handful of smartweed will prevent the flies from troubling him during the day. The great bulk of the flax grown in this country is harvested for its seed only. The fibre wasted in this way is estimated to be worth not less than $20,000 per 'annum. N. Y. Examiner. Meat that has gathered moisture in the refrigerator should be dried in the oven before being sent to the table, even if it is U be eaten cold. Meat is often wasted i cuti from a lack of this care. N. Y. Post. Stewed cucumbers: Peel, cut lengthwise, take out seeds, cut again into smaller pieces (the length of one s finger) and throw into boiling water. When tender, carefully drain on a sieve, then put into a stew-pan with two or three gpoonfuls of cream, a spoonful o...

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. — 5 September 1882

fl . Li! II I i i TMli BUUKBUJS WN& LliLlallED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. . . l 1 XT.. I i JiilA.l'j IJiAiYll , sailor i liOMli': Vl.W'1 I'LBLIjsHING (Jo. OTBOBXPTIOU HATiiS. Doe vear in advance, $2.00 Six mwnthfa in ad .nice, 1.0i 'Entered al the Pobtoilice at Pario, K.V.,its second class mail matter. The Maysville Bulletin is trying to break down it's subscription Jist ' iieligous matter. c Confederate bonds are on a b36iri and quoted at $5 to $9 per $1000 in the Atlanta, Ga. . ' o There are more daily papers in Dakota than in Kentucky, or any fcjther of the Southern States. -e A Diamond valued at $7,000 has been found in North Carolina. Otis W. Snyder will get it or bust. - The Louisville Commercial pub lishes the livest and best "Kentucky News" column of any papei in the State. PiKE county comes to the front With a candidato for lieutenant governor in the person of Colonel Harry Weddington, i It? is a sad commentary on the human family, that railroads have to put men on duty as s...

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. — 8 September 1882

f I nnnni rV i n News. t i$&: 'X JLLHi . 3 :s::D"3r. VOL. I. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER S, 1884; NO. 54 ssssssxssussmstuasaiesssBMssa ' . n W A The Lexington races begin next Mon day. Huntley, in Rip Van Winkle, is su perb. - Street-cabs could have done a smashing business this week. Will Gregory of Paid dies Mills precinct, lias gone tb Missouri, to buy land; TrfE Louisville Exposition opened Tnes day, and run until Oct. 21. i Ouk city showed some little signs of life yesterday the, first since WooDFoni) county gives Joe Blackburn a grand barbecue near Versailles, next Tuesday. st Tiie vehicles going through town yesterday made things look a little like olden times. - Ouk billiard and liquor saloons appear to be the most prosperous business houses in. town. , -o Will Johnson, the job printer, will buy him a new press and attach steam power, in a few days. - The "Great Western" will publish the premium list to-day, but the News publishes the news. It's a ...

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. — 8 September 1882

fc( N trf IH K t i i i I ':. " " ,T - " 431 t. m c I It i- . .... i J ) i J '8 V 4 S &J 1'Sr.j ? t Mi - 12? ! In fc '3 fci .A..-.!--.- - J MES(m3Z.TSBSI Siam and Its Kin The official nir.e of Ihe present King f Sir.i.i is Chulalon Horn I. ; his family Lnaine, Somdcch Phra Pararaiiidr. Maha: on He fcULCtodod to the throne ia 18o8. He is twenty-nine years old. We do not know in what respect his administration may be said to be an improvement on jthatof ,his father except that of an increasing commerce with it Jwrthe more civilized nations,and con tact .with them that is thus brought about, is slowly producing an ameliorating influence uponT the gustoin of, the., popple, . changingjtheir modesof thought' and modifying for thd better theirwhole civilization. Like all thepeQple of the far east they ar" jealous of "foreigners and their ways,1 and only, pattern after them as their superiority is brought home to theni in so ' convincing; tQrir manner as to prov6 ' to them .that'it is fo...

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. — 8 September 1882

S . A n r 7 THE LSTEWS. .!. PARIS t KENTUCKY TFOJIZrir'S TBUST. 'Goofi "tvife, wlintaro you singing for? You know we've lost the hay, And what we'll do with horsn and kye is more than I can say; Whilo like as not, with storm and rain, we'll loose both corn and wheat," She looked up with a, pleasant face, and answered low and sweet: "There is a Heart, there is a Hand, we feel, but cannot see; We've always been provided for, and wc shall always be!" He turned around with sudden gloom. She said "Love be at rest. Ton cut the grass, worked soon and late, you did your very best. That was your work; you've naughtat all to do with wind and rain, And do not doubt but you will rean rich fields of golden grain; Por there's a Heart, and there's a Hand, we feel, but cannot see; We've always been provided for, and we shall always be 1" That's like a woman's reasoning we must because we must." She softly said ; "I reason not; I only work and trust; The harvest may redeem the day keep heart whate'e...

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. — 8 September 1882

M ' I , the mmm mm. ! I I! n i it i t i Hi! '1 Hf PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Boubbon News Publishing Co. STJBSCBIPTIOM" BATES. One year in advance, - 2.0u .Six months in advance, - l.Ou " " Entered at the Postoffic at Paria, fey,3 as eecond class mail matter. 5 The congress elected this fall will ijounfc the vote for president in im. ' - A mountain man at Big Rennox, Pike county, recently caught a big Wild cat in two steel traps. Colonel Taylor was relieved from diity, at Newport, Friday by an order from the Commander General bf the Department There are some iifteen candidate;, for the penitentiary in jail at Shei byvilhij awaiting the Septeinbe tciui oi Lao Girouji vJourt. i'KoULAiViATioa play a coiispicu oUs it nut an important part in tii Egyptian war. It is a dull ua vnen hail a dozen oi tiiein are no tired urL UisuiiNxSATi draiiK her red lemoh ade and wore Sunday clothes Wed nesday, and the country fool con tributed largely to the feast of dub' and smok...

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. — 12 September 1882

- Maysville fair next week. - Come out of that linen duster. Lexington trotting races this week. -. Feost will cut lots tobacco in Bourbon. Dr. Smith has a pear tree in full bloom, Tickets to Lexington and return, only 80 cents this week. 2Tov coal will go up, for some unaccountable reasonable. O The democratic candidates for Governor spoke at Lexington yesterday. Woodfokd, property of Bowen & Co., won a race yesterday at Lexington. All of our schools opened yesterday with a good attendance of pupils. An extra leaves Falmouth for" Paris, after the fair every evening this week. Three marriages between parties living in our county and visiting our fair took place last week. 9t The Huntley troupe, which is the finest one that ever struck our town, will take in Maysville to-night. Our congressional electionin this county, on Oct. 15th, will be by viva voce, saith the County Committee. Large quantities of tobacco burning in the barns in Nicholas county, in consequence of improper han...

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. — 12 September 1882

-. -- - 1 I f J I"-! 6 1-4 J i Hi; I i i ." 4 " : ' (A? I f ' . M C THE KSWS. PABIS, KENTUCKY .HEWS OF THE WEEK bncleiised and. Iat Into Bead- able Shape. f5 - DOMESTIC At Kansas City, Mo., James Mills was shot, and hilled by Frank Evans while in ttie act of inarfying Evans' sister. Evans' objected to the match on the ground that Mills did not stand high enough in the social scalci. At Womelsdorf, Berks County, Pa., the Sheriff caused a sensation by entering the church during services and arresting the pastor, Rev. Alex. S. Keyser, for breach of promise. The sale of the menagerie belonging to the late United States Show of Myers & Short took place at Louisville the past "week under an order of - the Chancery Court. The sale had not been well advertised, but still there were a number of leading showmen of the country present. A. Sells, of Sells Bros. ; Old Uncle John Hobinson, Bailey, of the London consolidated shows owned by Barnum & Co.; Burr Robbins, Dr. Al. Watts, proprie...

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. — 12 September 1882

f isjf FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. It is said to be more profitable to dispose of cattle at two years old than to keep them until they are three years old. By a test of the closest average wort, it requires four bushels and forty-seven and a half pounds of wheat to make a barrel of flour. Detroit Post. Ten Minute Gate; One-fourth of a pound of butter, a little less than a pound of flour, the same of sugar, six ergs beaten separately; flavor with mace toother flavoring to taste, and bake in muffin rings. The glove powder, so generally used to prevent injury from perspiration, is of value; but common corn starch, rubbed thoroughly over the hands before putting on the gloves, will answer, this purpose. Si. Louis Globe. A good way to bake apples or pears is to first put them in a small jar, cover them with water, and bake slowly for at least two hours. If you choose, scatter sugar over each layer of fruit before putting the water on. The juice will then be ready to serve ;vith them, but you can...

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. — 12 September 1882

I : M ' i u: THE BOURBON IJfEWS. ' PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FBIDAYS. -BRUCE CHAMP, Editor y Boubbon News Publishing Co. SUBSCBIPl'IOK" BATB8. One year in advance, -Six $2.00 months in advance, 1.00 Entered at the Postoffice at Paris, Ky., as second class mail matter. Sevbntbbn years ago Belle Boyd took to lecturing, and now she is in jail; Ladies take warning ! -1 i it i 6ol; J; Smith Hurt the nominee, Is an able lawyer from Owingsville, Ky.j and a gentleman of high moral character. YisiAOW JAdE seeiris to be crawling around the coast, but he has hot long to stay; Frost will soon Settle his case, " The battle between Blaine an;- piaisted is a -stormy one, and it: SerftiU is 01 fereuioudoas important' to Blaine pulitioailiy. The river Nile is aid to be ris injr, and die Cincinnati Saturday l ,ri.i.,..o loxr 1 4nn kl is sorrv bt did a t buy it in when it was down. The Republicans, of Fleming, Nicholas and Mason counties have been instructed for Hon. V. 1L. Wadsworth for Congress from th...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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