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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 15 September 1882

V7T7 '--- .. W-. wis V H f .. rs j; r -3? SEMI-WES S2;33T 3" VOL. I. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1882. &et & NO. 56:; ssaggrrrerarmts For school books afld stationery, go to Foster & Sanders. The brick work on Capt. Thomas' large tobacco ware-room is progressing finely. The Bourbon Fair, col'd, is going Oil this week, and is sparsely attended. -OH' On; new depot is still a long ways out of the business portion of the city, Woiiic bus again been resumed on the Newport and Big Sandy Railroad near Augusta. The Covington excursion to Mt. Ster-con- ling ou Sunda nets Father Jones' gregation nearly $1,500. - The managers of the Parks' Hill Camp , Grounds will illuminate the Grounds next season with an electric light. - Jtuvish. New Year,, and the holiday was observed-by our merchants of that persuasion. Oysters will be chokingly large, and hoggishly fat this season, and Basliford will handle none but the best. Ten thousand dollars were offered as bai...

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 September 1882

1 if fi hi i.:3 A Few Words About Clams. The clom season, like the excursion Jseasrm, is now at its height. From to 200,000 clams are now sold in the Philadelphia market daily. Large as. these figures appear, it is said that in !New York City ten clams are sold to one Jiere. Here the season ends when the oyster season begins, but in New York heyare as much in demand in the fall .and winter as in the other seasons. Dealers -along Delaware avenue say that they have little or no sale for clams in "the winter, while in New York they command a. high price. The clam is indigenous to the Atlantic coast from Cape May to Tuckerton, and in the I hesapeake Bay to Cherrystone Back River and Chincoteague. Like their sistermollusk, the oyster, they are di-4. viaequp mio several varieties or graaes. The coarsest is the mud clam' or blue-nose, which is dug out of the mud with tongs. Choicer ones are called sand clams, wliich are caught by men wading in shallow water and "feeling" them with their, f...

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 September 1882

b n THE HSTE'WS. PABIS, KENTUCKY WATERMILLIOW PHIL0S0PH1. Tou Wi'vum, come'ere. suh, disinstuncc. Wu, dat you got under nut box? t do' want no foolin' you hoar me? Wut you say? Ain't nu'li'n' but rocks? Tealis tor mo you's owdashus p'tickler. in dey's uv a new kine. I'll des take a look at dem rocks. Hiyi! der you think dat I'se bline? Tcall dat a plain water-million, you scamp, en I knows whah itgrowed; Itcomo from do .Timmerson cawn fiel', dah on tor side er de road. -You stole it, you rascal you stole it! I watched you fum down in de lot. Eu time I pita th'ough wid you, nigger, you Afon't eb'n be a g;ease spot I TU fix you. Mirandy ! Mircmdy 1 go cut me a uick'ry make 'ase ! En cut mo de toughes' en keene3' you c'n fine anywhah on do place. Til larn you, Mr. Wx'yum Joe Vetters, ter steal en ter lie, you young sinner, Disgracin' yo' ole Christian mammy, enmalrin lior lnnvo rrnkin ri'nnpr ow ain't you ashamed er yo'se'f, sur? lis. l's 'shamed you's my son ! En de holy accorjan ange...

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 September 1882

X ' ' I .Me X - T 1 II Si j iI x A THE BOURBON NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Bourbon News Publishing Co. BTJBSOBIPTION BATHS. One year in advance, - - - $2. 00 Six mouths in advance, - - - 1. 00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, ky.j'as.second class mail matter. Aribi Bey he runned away. -o SI V Bob Ingersoll can make the Tilest thief in the land purer than a whitened sepulchre. v- Maine elected a Republican .Governor and Legislature Monday, by an increased majority. The Colored man drinks the Wee out of his watermelon rhiiie at his county fair this week. I . -ii l i i s to nnTi : t It jqU be impossible con-! ipta RemnyiCJiti official though1 pjfeC m had the! bull' of Washing-. , ., Viu: Moody in this 0!h Jh- irii will now heal over r'Y a wim: at ieaH so fur ?uj a con j?ic6kh mi is conccfiied. Tub Republican convention at Catleltsburg " Tuesday, nominated W W. Culbertson, of Boyd, by acclamation. Somebody will Hurt him badly. Cot,. Cockrell, formerly o...

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. — 19 September 1882

i M. I 1 n J? H Til 1 V I ' I WJ hi HJ a m m j m I I Hrai i I iMfi I IH j mm kN ' Z i ' I I - vol. i i-rasgcflzaon: Corn cuttiug will next be in order. TnE Lexington trotting races , begin Oct. 10th. 0- yesterday the sun crossed. the equi noctial line. . o- pKis schools have a daily attendance r.t 579 scholars. -e- SevKttAiiiiew bridges being built on llie 3J. & L. line-" -- The ground is too dry and hard to plow iu Bourbon ...n- Tiiere will be a foot race at fhe Mays ville Fair -Friday. t$ i TniUvB prisoners broke jail at Williams-town Sunday night. . , . , -- -i-- it The FalmoutH faii held over Saturday, owing to the pressurevof business. The extra train this week,to the Mays-ville Fair, just suits to a dot. T.nxes of City, County, and State, are now badly wanted by the officers. Three more convicts have escaped from tho K. C. extension near Winchester. o Big crowd in Georgetown yesterday, and lots of "whiskey and stock on the market. McClure & Ingels have opened out in 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. — 19 September 1882

i i j M 'i i i i 4 1 r j 3 ,i 1 1 4 i ! i TSEilE ISTEWS. PAJtIS, KENTUCKY HEWS OP THE WEEK Condensed and 3?ut Into Read able Shape. The National Garfield Monument Association- have issued a circular urging Ohipians, to prepare as large an. exhibit as possible 'for the bazar to be held in "Washington next month. Mrs. Garfield, last week, bought her a residence in Cleveland, Ohio, paying therefor $50,000. The wheat crop report of the Department of Agriculture this month eays : The result) of the spring wheat harvest is in closeaccordance with the indications ol the August report. The quality is good fmd the yield above the average. The general condition of winter and spring wheat when .harvested is represented by 100. The average is rarely attained. Since the harvest, in parts of the winter wheat region, especially Michigan and Indiana, some millions of bushels have been lost by sprouting in the stack. There has also been some loss of spring wheat from the same cause in Wisconsin and ...

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. — 19 September 1882

r J s& !- r "1 H PAK3I AND HOUSEHOLD. An average two or steer will eat its own weight of different materials in weeks. Chicago Journal. French people are skilled agriculturists as farming is taught nractically and theoretically in 27,000 out of 34,000 Public Schools in the country. A good preparation to mark sheep without injury to the wool is rid to be thirty large spoonfuls of linseed oil, two ounces of litharge and one ounce of lampblack, all boiled together. Detroit Post. Burns and scalds are soonest relieved bv an application of cold water. Dry carbonate of soda, or baking soda, sprinkled over the burned spot, is the latest remedy, and is said to be very effectual. Hall's Journal of Health. Xeat and pretty bureau covers are made of white moinie cloth. Trim the ed""e with antique lace of such quality ana1 width as your purse allows. This cloth will be found to be very serviceable, as it looks well after it is washed, and it needs no lining. A7. Y. Post. When you serve black ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 19 September 1882

It V I .1 i u "J .1 THE BOURBON NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Bourbon News Publishing Co. STJBSOBIFTIOM" BATES. One year in advance, - $2. 00 Six months in advance, - - 1. 00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, ICy., as second class mail matter. It now remains for Aribi Bey to be banished and enter the lecture add. The Arab who invented alcohol died nine hundred years ago, but his spirit still lives: There are 100 saloons in Tope tA with ; there are in Leaven worth 117 saloons, likewise open ; at Atchison theie are seventy saloons, and it is postively asserted that the Kansas liquor law is a dead letter m Witchita, Lawrence and Dodge City. directly from an "official' pouree. The fact appears to be that iur. Tilden's condition is a matter oi -rave concern to his intimate friends. Though his mind is yet clear, he has scarcely any control of his nerves, and "has resignedly laid down his life-work and put 'himself in waiting for death." -- We have but one ob...

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. — 22 September 1882

&A YOL. I. 8 TTTT ggggsssaaBSSSiaAaaaa "Watermelons are now cheap and quinine high. 19- Veby few our citizens have attended tho exposition yet. -- Jon Blackburn will speak- in next Monday. -- "The voice of the corn cutter is heard in the land." Kentuckian next week. Tiie extra train to Maysville met with n fair patronage "Wednesday morning. Bob Bryant, col'd, drowned in Licking at Boston Station, while driving logs. JO- Polk Forsyth has challenged Ben Paton for a l 'resting" race, for $10 a side ?e- The "Lexington Newsboys beat the College Nine 17 to 16 in a game of base ball. -- Geo. "Whitney, of North Middletown, bought ytoke mules at from $100 to $150. " T .fc.W .-- -SZ : ' . TnE eceiplsjatitheLexington fair this year were '$1,500 in excess of -last year. "' fci" ?s rt A New Yore: detective has run a safe-blower" out of Lexington, saith the Transcript. . t The Governor says he will not order -a special term of the Boyd county court, with which to try Neal and Graft. ,Tiie Sta...

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. — 22 September 1882

1 V it !f 1 m n. T I r J-1 1.' 'I'. Hf i qi h .4 i V if V an We Ever Tame the Storm! Some attention is being given to a question E whether or not it is possible to avoid "tliciSitstcoiH consequences of of tornadoes in parts of the 7oat. fJaref ul observation has led to the foeJLef that these wind forces are as much a matter of mathematical demonstration as periodical eclipses, and that calculation -can be made Avith some certainty as to 6iieirc6urse, even though it is impossible of to determine the exact time of It--has been noted that the most frequent wind demonstrations of violence afflict the Missouri Valley, or that particular, are made the playground of the tornado-and the cyclone, while rother parts of the country, outside a, certain, longitudinal belt, are never affected. This curious problem is likely tcprove its own solution, as it is natural it fo suppose that a specific effect has a cpecific'determinable cause wheu repetition, makes the.' ocpurrence methodical. A contrib...

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. — 22 September 1882

n M v THE "N'E'WS. PABIS, KENTUCKY TBE QUABBEL OF TEE WHEELS. I sat within my Tvagon onaheated summer day, And watched my horse's flinging feet devour I the dusty way; When suddenly a voice below shrieked out, it seemed to me ivOU'ro bigger, but you cannot go one-half so fast as we!" looked around, but no one there my straining vision caught; W"c were alone upon the road; I must have dreamed, I thought; Tiiea almost at my feet I heard, distinct, a voice's sound: uYou'il never overtake us, though you twice go o'er the groudl ' t puzzled mo at first, but soon the fact upon me broke; The fore-wheels of the wagon had thus to the hind-wheels spoke, flistened for the answer, and it came inno cents low: You're no further now bei'ore us than you were an hour ago!" ( waited tho rejoinder, but no further answer came: The fore-wheels were too busy and the hind-wheels were tho same; A.nd, though I strained my hearing much, depressing well my head. By fore-wheels or "by hind-wheels not another w...

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. — 22 September 1882

1 V ' t i i a LI ft r THE BOURBON NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP Editor Bouebon News Publishing Co. STTBSOEIPTIOK" RATES. One year in advance, $2.00 Six months in advance, 1.00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, Ky.j as Becond class mail matter. The Democrats of Boyle, county instructed for Phil Thompson for tldngress. .-. Pro(ctor)crastinAte Knott until tOamorrow that which should be done today JFolger has been nominated by the Republicans of New York, as a candidate for Governor. Ii Dorsey could buy the State of Indiana, why, it would be but an easy job to buy twelve, jurymdn. -o The contest in the Ninth District will be settled next Saturday by primary election in Montgomery. It is thought John D. White could be made happy by giving him. the Republican nomination for governor. Big crops and general prosperity is the general tenor of news from the South. A big business is looked for this fall. What a disappointment victory will be to those American mules that ...

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. — 26 September 1882

-n Bourbon f!' J ri .'S News-; imwii a , iri i it i a i" W VOL. I. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1S82. NO, 59. -v- r, !' y " V -.C..BV Your uncle Jack Frost is nipping around slightly. The colored fair will be held at Falmouth, this week. . The 4th Ky. Infantry, TL S, will in Lexington, Oct. 10th. - ii Sherman Stivers got an arm broken by the kick of a horse last Week Bowen A Ji.ELLEfl open tneir new dry goods store at Shawhan to-day ej The bridge over the Big Bandy at will be in full repair by Satur day. - The Lord has looked down on L. JFrank in mercy, and sent him a little.boy Sun day. Saturday night a stack of hemp valued at $150, burned down; on Dick -Marsh's farm. " Aleck ICeller has been, appointed Station agent at Shawhan j Dick Rule having resigned. . . Polk Foi?yth sold last . week, ten shares of Deposit'Bh'nk stock, at $98, and four of same, atv$100 per share. The total costs of the right of way of theK. C. ' extension, including fencing through ...

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. — 26 September 1882

t i! ! II I ;? "J THE NEWS. PASTS, KENTUCKY NEWS OF THE WEEK Condensed and 3?ut Into Read able Shape. AT HOSIE. ABOUTfifty persons were seriously injured by the falling of the seats at a circus performance at Mount Airy, N. C. Thk -steamer Asia, with one hundred souls on board, foundered on Lake Huron on the ,14th inst., and only two persons havesurvived to tell the story D. A. Tinkis and Christy Ann Morrison. Tinkis says : " The steamer was crowded. All the state-rooms were full, and many passengers "were lying on the sofas and cabin floor. About 11 o'clock Thursday morning the storm. struck the vessel. My uncle, J. P. Tinkis, jumped up and said the br t was doomed.- Dishes and chairs were flying aevery direction. We left the cabin and found difficulty in getting on deck, the boat was rolling so heavily. I got a life-preserver and put it on. The boat fell into, the trough of the sea and would riot obeyfier helm. She rolled heavily for about twenty minutes, when she was struck by .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. — 26 September 1882

Lt p Earthworks and The bombardment of Alexandria has furnished, and will continue to furnish, fruitful discussion for a long time on scientific and technical subjects. The long attack on Sebastapol, the numerous bombardments of the Malakoff and the Kedan without any decisive effect,brought vividly before men's minds the value of earthworks, especially when the defenses are likely to be attacked by heavy guns. The artillery of the defenders was silenced over and over again, and the works became mere heaps of but the silence of the pieces only meant that they were placed out of Lre for the time, and the rubbish heaps bristled again with guns in a day or two, sometimes in one night. After rifled guns were introduced the same fact was observed, and became even more prominent, because the elongated shells had a far greater effect on masonry than the round projectiles of the old smooth-bore. The rilled guns of the Federals were very bad in the American civil war, but they were enough for...

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. — 26 September 1882

t i ii H'J Fr I mi V ;W f"t i rj r hi Mil I" SI : 8 Bi m I "J a. h ; i : i S. :i IR n u M r'3 ;1 H P THE BOURBON NEWS. PH1LI8H1D TUESDAYS AND FS1DAV6. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor BduBioK News Publishing Co. tJBBOMtPlG BAVJIB. )ne ywr in advance, - $2.00 bc monthe in advandej - - 1,00 ..Ktttifttl tt the Post-office at Paris, Sy,; Ml HJcdhd clw mail matter. ' v, nna feSR TM reeular rate of freight frotn Boston to San Francisco ii $6 per iOOibi. JtfeW inventions spring Into eis Wfe'etery ti&to Lat week a full- I J A 4 1 4 i fledgett eyelonB shuokea a nem ot Born for a dedrgia man. -The Lexington Transcript and dHfluy IVfeifa are enlarged and are rjooiiiltig. Their editors certainly giood iri with the jockeys at the raci . - ' U.$i : An old female comet has struck double luck at last. A Nashville professor has discovered a pair of young twin comets" in our starry constellation. ' .- - v. Z. F. Smith is a candidate for Sdpt. Pub. Instruction, against Prof. D. Pickett. Ii we wanted a good Sup...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 29 September 1882

K l "5TT The Bour 9 o JT vk . -9- -v JL -s $ f V fJ o 4p& MT i ' VOL. I. '' Fall fishing lies are now in order. Sow organize your persimmon parties. The mornings are now cold enough to cuss. Ouu now depot is still a great ways out of town. "We added yes, and he replied, and We added."Crad. -- The Baptist Church at Lexington has a 2,500 pipe organ, -- "Cakve dat 'possum and sweet Haters." Craddock next week. Miss "Woodford and the other favorites got left at Louisville this week. -- The Colored Methodist Conference is in session at Frankfort this week. - a- Tue comet has a very long white mane a lid tail, and is visible here at 4 a. m. -- Jerome Wood suicided by cutting his throat in Bracken county, Monday night. Polk Forsyth sold 15 shares of Deposit Bank stock Wednesday, at 98 per share. 40 Dr. Brooks has returned from chasing the weary hours away, in the mountains. The sweet perfume of the frying onion now lingereth long on the chilled autumnal air. . a .. - Persimmons are in ...

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 September 1882

w 1 ft ft I i H X :i ca PERSONAL ANI IMPESONAL. Henry Villard, President of the ""North Pacific Railway, has given the - employes a library of 2,000 volumes. Chicago Inter-Ocean. Miss Ida Lewis, now forty years of . age, still keeps the Lime R)ck lighthouse, Newport, which has been under V her charge for twenty years. Blondin, the rope-walking hero of Niagara, in spite of his fifty-eight years, J has again made his appearance on the tight-rope in the "Neue Welt" at Berlin, -greatly to the delight of the Berliners. Madame deRemusat, granddaughter . of General Lafayette, and widow of the .academician and statesman who was . "Thier's friend and Minister of Foreign .Affairs, recently died at the age of seventy-five. J. C. Whitin, in Whitinville, Mass., bequeathed $20,000 to home and $25,000 to foreign missions, $5,000 to the Church Erection Society of New York, and 5,-000 to the University of New Mexico. His will was unsigned, but the family 'Carried out his wishes. Boston Post. "Aunt" ...

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 September 1882

S G S k!q M . J6 Ft THE" JSTEWS. PARIS, KENTUCKY. 4 zflE BELL OF ZANORA. A SPANISH TALE. Tho ruddy sun was setting behind the Murcian hills, Tbe fields were warmed to splendor and golden flowed tho rills. Across the little valley where lay the Spanish town, Tho dying Bun's last'bles3ing a glory floated down. Amid the fields tho peasants drove in the grazing kine, And faintly came a tinkling as trudged the peaceful line. Upon tho height tho convent, a ruin old and gray, lowered upward, and its shadow across the valley lay. Before the crumbling ruin, prone on the scented grass, Jl boy of twenty summers watched day's bright giory piiss. The lad was there on duty, and oft about him scanned Zanora feared the coming of robber Gomez' band; Of Gomez, fierce and heartless, the terror of the vale, Whoso name made women shuddor and bravest men grow pale. Unto the town a rumor that Gomez fierce would come And sack the peaceful hamlet struck stoutest hearts all dumb. -The peasants cleaned their ...

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 September 1882

1 u t. i ft3 ' i .5 t st 'r4 J I I i i ! r fi i i- r 1 ' t 4.' k it- T THE BOURBON NEWS. FtJILIfcHID TUESDAYS JLND FBIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Botf BBON NlWS PUBLISHING- Co. ftUBBOKIPTION BATES. One year in advance, - - - $2. 00 Six months in advance, - - 1. 00 Mii iimm. TfitxteteA at the Post-office at Paris, Ky., as second class mail matter. The Democratic, outlook encouraging in New York" and Ohio. .' . The expenses of the State Guard to Yorktofon, is being paid out of the military fund. JoHN D. White has refused to MAAf Motf. Adams in debate in his He-will be smitten with district. . ' . . .. 1 ! lwinQfiTronaca anyhow shortly. In mile's of railroad, Illinois stands first in the Union, and Kentucky the 22nd. The former has 8,328, and the latter 1,725 miles. Rhode Island stands last, with 211 miles. . - Col Bradley having declined the honors of being beaten by Phil Thompson, the honors will now perhaps go a begging in that district. It is thought that Bradley will move to Kansas....

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
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