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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 4 December 1883

I 9 ; II f Li 19. It; ! .i i M j i ' i - i nil ! u 1 '4 I 'A 111 jiV M J.lilll .III I .! Ill 'it tliKlllll.HWIi.1 IUJI IWWgWFff THE BOFRBON MEWS. PUBCjISHKD TUJ3BBAYS ANJ5 FBIBATS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Eoubbon Newh Publishing Co. STTBSCBIPTION" BATES. Ontt year in advance, $2.60 ' Six months in advance, 1.00 TEntered at the Post-office at Paris, . i ! , 1 1 n n . bLy., as seconu class man mauur.i FOR PRESIDENT, That uncrowned King of every Democratic - - heart, SAMUEL J. TILDEN. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Mr. Tilden's companion in Victory and in Humiliation, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. ANNOUNCEMENT. Kfcliard lteid, of Mt. Sterling, is a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals, to succeed Jutfgfi Hargis subject to the action of the Democracy of the First Appellate District. ! The other day at Louisville, Lilly Lungtry lost her dog and Freddie was not there to hunt it up. Poor dog. - Sevebal dead men are drawing pensions at Watertown, N. Y. Commissioner Dudley will see that they punished. Peof. ...

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

fc. f . ,- Is 'I . ' ,rm: - -''.B v- ffi v-" 4 W IT. X H& : bourDon in e ws. Independent rod Democratic Pabliihed from the Happy Side of the Benefit of Those Now Having Breath in Their Bodies. Price, $2, 00 for One Year, or, $2,000 for 1,000 Years-CASH ! VOL. H. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7. 1883. NO. 186. 9 Monday will bo court day in Carlisle. ' One of W. T. Overby's twin children died yesterday. . w The stable of Stone "Walker, burned at Richmond. Loss, $1,209. W. T. Paul & Co. moyed their saloon yesterday, to Singer's new building. -- The State Grange will meet in grand conclave at Falmouth, next Tuesday. A darkey sold 75 rabbits in town m less than thirty minutes, at 10 cents each. Let's have a public Christmas tree at the OperaHouse. "What say ye, young folks ? The Cincinnati Southern has put on a fast line between Chattanooga and Cincinnati. Counterfeit silver dollars, dated 1880, are worrying the business men of Mt Sterling. ' Frank CKiiiiA, al...

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

', 1 1 M ! ft i i iv ! t i I ' . St- t ihrelf nenj w 1 fj THE DSTE MV.sD BRUCE CHAMP, Pub. JPARIS, iNTUCKY. jsckwXjSP0!11 1o1 oqo Golden in its color, SHOaly p$ie two the wheat J? - Itf byfar the duller. ?3:eP in tne late ucrooer; , PulljOfifuninjestinertimea,.! : rinw fo!.i iU?UiJ l rjUUJ. make you xeeV rrn : 'J All-the time like pastjiite? 4,1 I 1 1 So muoli sfrPQtnessiseQms'atein I U J To bo fdly w'SStin. lit&e'hftfccls Dimpled deep and ruddy-Just the kind of hands, you know, ..FplifetJm.stuqy, aiKja$jr When the cows come up the lano, When the sun is setting-, . jj:j Whenthedow iB -falling 8oxtf"J'.r" " ' ' Grass and daisies wetting f Jane, Jr Btanfls beside j And I stand beside her. Peeling that I'd like to share . All that may betide her. j Share the bad and bityrithingsH A "? : .. Shard the sweets andihoney.; i i 4. J. "Share her smiles and share her tears, .. .Share money, -a little lumps, fast in my throat, Please to skip and-let me Tell my love of all my love IS That ha...

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

THE 2STEWS. BRUCE CHAMP, Publisher. 'PARIS. SNTUCKY, JANE,. JR. Jane, Jr., has hair like wheat-Golden in its color, Only of the two the wheat - Is by far the duller. . w, Eyes as brown as nuts that fall In the late October; Full of fun in jesting times. Tender in the sober. Lips that sometimes make you feel All the time like tasting; So much sweetness seems a sin To be idly wasting. Hands such handy little hands, Dimpled deep and ruddy Just the kind of hands, you know, For a lifetime study. "When the cows come up the lane, When the sun is setting-, "When the dew is falling soft, Grass and daisies wetting-Jane, Jr., stands beside the bars, And 1 stand beside her. Feeling that I'd like to share All that may betide her. Share the bad and bitter thing3, Share the sweets and honey; Share her smiles and share her tears, Share the old man's money. Little lumps, fast in my throat, Please to skip and let me Tell my love of all my love That has long beset me. O ye gods! to love's young dream ...

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

"6 'i- hP J 4 Starling a Eg Ranch. k (attle and sheep ranches have become common in all the Western States and Territories. Recently several horse ranches have been started. We also ranch in Colorado and hear of a goat a goose ranch in Texas. Some citizens of St. "Louis have concluded tostart a hog ranch. They have secured a tract of broken and partially wooded land on the bank ot the Mississippi River, about thirty-five miles south of the city, where they propose to carry on their operations. Much of the land is broken, but a considerable portion of it is adapted to tillage purposes. The tract contains a large number of oak and other nut-bearing trees. It is expected to derive considerable profit from the mast the trees will afford. The land is well supplied with springs and streams of pure water. It.is not the intention of the managers of the enterprise to raise any cultivated crops for feed. The ground will be kept in grass and clover. They will rely on corn raised on the Illinoi...

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

. 'm BOERBOff HEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Bourbon News Publishing Co. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One year in advance, - - - $2. 00 Six months in advance, - 1. 00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, &y., as second class mail matter. FOR PRESIDENT, A'hat uncrowned Xiny of every Dixnocratio he&rt, SAMUEL J. TILDEN. FOE VICE PEES1DENT, Mr. Tilden'B companion in Victory and in Humiliation, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. ANSGTJKCEXEKT. Hlcbnrd Beid, of Mt. Sterling, is a candidate tor Judge of the Court of Appeals, to succeed Judge Hargis subject to the action of the "Democracy of the First Appellate District. 'HI W" ' I M " I I New York Letter. New Yobk, Dec. 3, 1883. Editor News : A Kentuckian would be eminently unpatriotic were he not enthused over the result of the Democratic caucus at Washington on last evening. The news is especially pleasant to a Kentuckian away from home. It is interesting to stand in the corridors of the hotels and hear the great and small p...

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

V' RESIDENT'S MESSAGE, i READ TO CONGRESS ASSEMBLED. A Number of Interesting Topics 1M cussed and Suggested Finances, Government Telegraph, Civil Service, Etc. "Washington, Dec. 4. President Arthur's annual message was duly laid before Congress. The President, at the outset, congratulates Congress upon the favorable aspect of the domestic and foreign affairs of the Government. Our relations with other countries continue upon a friendly footing. Notice of the termination of the fisheries article of the Treaty of Washington has been given to the British Government, and that the reciprocal privileges and exemptions of the treaty will cease on January 1, 1885. He, therefore, suggests that Congress create a commission to consider the general question of our rights in the fisheries, aud the means of opening to our citizens under just and enduring conditions, the richly stocked fishing waters of British America. Concerning our relations with Mexico, the President says: "The rapid influx of...

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

. RURAL GERM'AHY. The Life of Drudgery Which the Ger. man Peasant Leads. The Clumsy ami Heavy Tools with WIricU He Works JEis Farm Plows or Centura -Old Pattern. Amos Kaeg in San Francisco Chronicle. fne Gerniau peasant's prosperity consists in getting enough by the hardest kind oi work to live on and having enough left over to pay taxes, to give his marriageable daughters dowry enough to make them nought after by the neighbors' sons and to lay up a few dollars a year for possible future contingencies. If he succeeds iu doing theso things ha is looked upon as a man of means and aflhionco in the community. If he does not succeed hois contented, generally: if not contented he emigrates to America. Nations may survive or perish, dynasties may rise or Jail, but as long as ho is not disturbed and is left to work his farm and drink his beer, his (. utire attention and that of his wife, his sons and his daughters, down to the smallest toddler who can pull weeds or pick up stones, is taken ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 11 December 1883

' W , - V r ij f Semi-Weekly F Bourbon News JL- mu . . . - ... . - . . - m m f'fiL Independent and Democratic-Published from the Happy Side of Life-for the Benefit of Those Now Hating Breath in Their Bodies. Price, $2, 00 for One Year, or, $2,000 for .1,000 4 v mvEBBVBZwZ. vol. n. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY, DECEMBER Xt &83. NO. 187 Young Morakt says that therms not an honest man in Paris. ' - Country venders were selling eggs at 22 cents per dozen, Saturday. " Fishkrmen report that suckers are bitingi finely these frosty mornings. i Fob Sale. A bicycle lor a 18-years-old boy. Price, S3. Call at this office. - Capt. A. Berry will move to Lexington Jan. 1st, to go into the coal business. - A. J. Collins, of Robertson county, had extracted In one day. Paris, Kicholasville and Cynthiana Court house clocks are running on the old time. Seventy-five men are at work, on the ' railrpad between " Maysville and Augista ; There are said to be but one flock.of birds-and two ol...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 11 December 1883

THE 3STEW&. BRUCE CHAMP, Publisher. PAEIS. KENTUCKY. TelegrapMcIews t V ft,' washhstgito: hew River and Harbor Recommendation. Washington, D.ecember 4. The Secretary of War has adopted a new method of submitting his. estimates for a River and Harbor Bill. He recommends the specific sum of 8,000,000, to be as Congress may direct. The Engineers' estimates are simply (presented as notes of the same which, it is believed by officers in charge of works can be profitably expended during the fiscal year. He recommends $17,500 for examinations and: surveys at South Pass, Mississippi River; $5,000 for gauging the waters of the Lower Mississppi and its tributaries, and $3,000 for gauging the waters of the Columbia River. Mahone Defines His Position. Washington, December 5. Senators and Riddleberger received invitations to the caucus of Republican Senators yesterday similar to those sent to Republicans. Senator Mahone, speaking of his attitude toward the Republican party, said he had no ob...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 11 December 1883

.,. .?.. . mr ! " wsbv - - . -' .jfc i -v )- T r ' - InJimi Jill HP r llmiBliiaeqrhwcaj y d 'ua I FAKM AND HOUSEHOLD. A well-beaten egg is arjeat addition to a dried-apple pie, giving lightness and a good flavor also. Exchange. I Puff Cake: Three, pups pf Hour, two and one-half cups of sugar, one- half cup of milk, three eggs, butter sizeof an egg, one teaspoonful of one-half teaspoonful of salt, and flavor to taste. Detroit Post. Fire in chimneys may be checked," if not arrested, by throwing salt on the fire below. Stopping the chimney at the top with abroad board, or wet hay, arrests the current Aof ir;1 and helps to extinguish it. TiieHoicschdld. To clean carpets: Dampen some Indian meal, mix salt with it, and sprinkle over the carpet; sweep vigorously. Take a small, sharp-pointed 'stick to remove the salt and. meal from cracks and corners. Boston Post For a ration for stock to produce milk in winter D. W. Kendrick, of Bristol, Mass." in Home and Farm, recommends four quarts of c...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 11 December 1883

.' .-- f'".. :. 'f , fiE Iff - Lf X .- "WW ils ' tj' ii-i- I ". 'U 14 ' Un . : n V f 7 THE BOURBON NEWS. PUBLISHED TUaSDAYS AND FBIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Bourbon News Publishing Co. SUBSOBIPTIOIir BATES. One vear in advance, - - - $2. 00 . Six months in advance, - 1.00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, K.y., eh second class mail matter. FOB PRESIDENT, 'that uncrowned King of every Democratic heart, SAMUEL J. TILDEN. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Mr. Tllden's companion in Victory and in . Humiliation, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. ANNOUNCEMENT. Richard Hold, of Mt. Sterling, is a candidate lor Judge of the Court of Appeals, to succeed Judge Hargls subject to the action of tlie Democracy of the First Appellate District. Fsanxtgrt has organized a new brass band, for the special purpose of keeping the Capitol at home. 4t Just at this time there doesn't appear to bo a more popular man in the United States for President, than John Gr. Car lisle-" ' Glut BKECKENRiDair, a son of his father, and a Congre...

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

I. f"fr r Spanish Onions, 10 cents each, or thee for - Hogs -were sold as high as $5.50 per cwt. here yesterday, for home use. Jeff Mabttn and Ellen Tevls, got hitched at the Court-house, yesterday. John K. Polk, who killed Mart Owens at Roundston, on Nov. 21, has delivered himself up. -e The latest report is that 100,000 unarmed Kentuckians are in "Washington seeking office. At Cynthiana, George Martin seriously cut J. M. Lowry, with whom he had drank and quarreled. -- Mayor Purnell fined Alf Worn'ell $10 and costs, for driving a drove- of -cattle through the city, Sunday. . boy named Lewis, while loading a pistof to shoot his father, accident ally shot himself: ' The grand Jury found 44 indictments at Mt. Sterling, principally against infractors of the local option. -- Christmas is coming at a Maud S. gait, and not a church oyster has yet been driven through the water. RATCiiiFF & Howe have rentodjthe Kim. brough House, at Carlisle, and wil take possession January 1st. Kentuck...

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

M m ft ! - ST- THE ISTEWS. BRUCE CHAMP, Publisher. a PAEIS. :ntucky. THE TRUE LOVER. Do you asks me, Starry Eyes, To 'describe the lover true? Wonder not at my surprise "Who should know as .well as youl Think of all that you have seen, -Ail tne lovers tnat nave Deen; , 1 J He is true whose love is shown For her sake, and not his own. What he does, he does alone; Tet he hopes it wins her thought; All that in his soul has grown To her sovereign feet is brought; To his 60ul her image clings. She seems woven in all things, And each thought thatfin him stirs Is not for his sake, but hers. Tor her sake he will endure, For her self will sacrifice; Bravely bearing, her love sure, Censure, slander, scorn, advice . If another wins her heart, Sadly he will from her part; Sadly, bravely, true love Is For her sake and not for hia. This is the true lover sweet-Love as ever I am true: " " For my love is all complete, Perfect since it comes from you, - Darling, yet 'tis not true no! For I would not...

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

L Sheep In Winter. We have frequently urged upon, flock-masters the need of good shelters for their sheep, and even in those Western sections where it has been the custom to pasture the sheep through the winter months, with no shelter whatever,-the aggregate losses have taught the lesson that shelter pays. But the mistake must riot be made o'f supposing that shelter will take the place of' food. Shelter is not for the purpose of keeping sheep protected from the cold, "unless it is bitterly cold, but is more for the purpose of keeping them from the storms. Sheep care little for xjold weather, but of cqursetha,t cahnoVbfc. said of tKW with reference toifood. ""If either, is $to be left out of the care given to a flock, it should be the shelter. Sheep have passed the winter upon good food, without shelter,' and come out ' in the. spring' in fine condition, but they never coma out in good condition, without a plentiful supply of good food, however good the shelter may be. Thousands of s...

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

i the mmmi news. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FEIDAYS. ' BRUCE CHAMP, Editor t "i ' BotfBBON News Publishing Co. SUBSOBIPTIOK BATES. On year in advance, - - - $2. 00 " i"Ux months in advance. - 1. 00 Orxt r Entered at the Post-office at Paris, &y., as aecond class mail matter. "fob PRESIDENT, i"h at unci owned King of every Democratic heart, BAMUEL J. TXLDEN. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Mr. Tilden's companion in Victory and in Humiliation, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. AK50UKCEMENT. tlkhard lteid of Mt. Sterling, is a candidate tor Judge of the Court of Appeals, to succeed Judge Hargis subject to the action of the Democracy of the First Appellate Dis trict Representative Blackburn has introduced a bill in Congress for a public building at Lexington, to cost $125,000. - ' The petition nuisance already threatens Congress. Kansas proposes to send ona document with 20,000 signatures 'asking that a Soldiers' Home bo established in that State. - fi A Wisconsin man was found under a haystack yesterday. He ha...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 18 December 1883

(ri if Turkeys are semng at io cents per pound on foot, in this city. Black skunk skins are selling at 81, and the spotted ones 25c, in this market. -. Polk Fobsyth sold Saturday, thirty shares of Deposit Bank stock, at $90 and 891. 4fr DAU3I & Akgo, the dude barbers, are giving the ladies the Langtry bangs cut of hair. . i James Winston, colored got 21 years for killing another colored man Fahmebs who are lucky enough to have not sold their hogs, are enjoying the little boom hugely. e Chas. H. VooKHEESftOf Indiana, is general superintendent -of the Kentucky Union Railroad. The city school of Mt. Olivet adjourned last week, oh account of a colored wedding in town. War. Perkins, a painter, is under arrest at Richmond, for stealing a watch and diamond pin. The Mt. Olivet Democrat quotes butter 15 cents, rabbits 3, and quails 7 cents each in that market. Hungry tramps are robbing the school children of Louisville of their lunch baskets as they go to school in the morning. Joseph Mc...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 18 December 1883

THE".' NEWS.; BRUCE CHAMP, Publisher. PARIS, KENTUCKY. WHi'lOUVr V C TelegraphicNews TTASHTtfGTCXlSr. Estimates fcr the Cotton and Corn Crops. Washington, December 11. The season for cotton picking since the occurrence of f rostsv a in gathering, the bottom, crop, has been quite favorable. The local estimates of the aggregate product are not diminished, and the tone of general comment is comparatively hopeful.- Theindications of the December returns favosa reduction--of about 13 per cent, from the crop of last year. The percentage of that crop is now-indicated for thehaf vest of 1883 is as follows: Virginia, 75 Worth Carolina, 87 South Carolina, 76; Florida, 95; Georgia 82; Alabama, 84; Mississippi, 88; Louisiana, 92; Texas, 9j); Arkansas, 83; .Tennessee, 102. This " report points to a crop of about 6,000,900 bales. "It is .possible the cotton movement of the year may pass that limit. The returns of the corn production are more conservative than in October ',&$& November, fr...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 18 December 1883

for iT ty, nor In- are re m ind ' .88, to ons ter ob- .ose lan lyet 'oto red be me pain lena in this lere sif late Ihey in rer. of pi on lem Ihey to put lers ure N ave the hat ites fof icy, to Sab- of ible 7 00 8 00 o oo 3 00 0 00 5 00 i 00 ll. at lovs ngs Iter- sat Imo- leir :ers Led the as- )WS the the I test 1 of line 1 a nail ung ien. ltly iden ). J. lered cow to hem stop JICK ting nett louse mty Ivife. Irest- lirt3ri and and Jolm i cl jtive ill be jo a the 1, Ul rty, short I' and Igoff j his shot The ht to und- fitof with, iana. and Ls cut - had r 3 and face, n the f tho vras y the jogan d his , was 'V rsi TJlKSL ani household. Ashes as a fertilizer are of no hsa Without bone, nor bone without ashesifc Troy Titnes. To harden soap, cut bars of yellow soap into about seven pieces each and arrange them a little way apart on storeroom shelves. In about six weeks they will be as hard as desired. The ffouseliold. Apple Chee?e: To each pound of pulp add two ounces of butter, the juice...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 18 December 1883

Vs.' iv V ;- '? t". yr '- ?-;, ' 7 ti ME "BOBBBOff NEWS. Ii.f Icrlij TU3DAY8 AND FRIDAYS. BKUCE CHAMP, Bn ",Boubbon News Publishing Co. - BATES. One year in advance, - - - $2. 00 Six months in advance, - - 100 TEntered at the Post-office at Paris, (Cy., as second class mail matter. FOU PRESIDENT. I jfc Jy, i'hat uncrowned King of everyDemocratio . , heart, BAMTEt jWLDEN. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Mr. Tifden's companion in Victory and in Humiliation, ' THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. AOUXCEMEXT. Uichard Held, of MtTsterling, is a candidate of the Court of Appeals, to Bucket So to the r action of thf Democracy of the First Appellate Dis trict. The State Educational Association will meet in Louisville December 26, 27 and 28. A son of Senator Mahone has been appointed to a Senate committee clerkship. " Neably $9,000 have already been subscribed toward next year's Exposition, at Louisyille. Eeank James was taken to Gallatin, Mo., Friday, to answer the charge of murdering Banker Sheets, in 1869. - . Doork...

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