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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 3 October 1882

The X- Vao - '4 "'I i v J '9 ' " VOL. I. - PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1882. NO. 61. JfIsgggisag3S8i3fflii . s.ai XjEXington is said to owe $133,000. Tun Cincinnati Exposition closes Saturday. The drummer is now putting in his lively appearance. -- The Ashland House at Lexington, is to be enlarged in the Spring. . The residence of A. Thornton was bid to $625 Saturday and taken, down, 3Iorgan's picture gallery has been crowded witli pretty ladies lately. The Kentucky St. Leger, at Louisville. won by Apollo, netted the winner $3,030. The Misses Mithell sold their stock of millinery goods, to Mrs. Blanche Breeding. -4 The Kentucky Central Railroad stock is selling at $82i ; gradually rising for some time. . - mt . . The Christian Church members re elected Eld. Jno S. Sweeney their pastor for next year, by acclamation. 40 John IIugiies, 1 miles from Flat Rock, broke out with small-pox Saturday. He contracted the disease in. Cincinnati. 43S rJ?HE new tobacco ware...

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 October 1882

THE STEWS. PARK, XXOTUCCET NEWS OETHE WEEK Condensed and 3?u.t Into Bead-, able Shape. AT HOME. The Secretary of the Treasury has issued e call for the redemption of bonds of the five-per-cent. under loan of 1881, continued at three-and-a-half per cent, from August 12, 1881. The call is for $25,000,000, and" principal and interest to he paid at the Treasury on the 23d of December next, nd interest cease that day. Two serious accidents occurred in the Exposition building at Pittsburg on the 25th inst. A gallery in the building gave Tray, precipitating a number of people, together of with a piano, a distance of thirty feet-to the floor below, seriously injuring seven or eight persons, and within five minutes thereafter a shed on which a number of persons had collected to witness a display of fireworks gave way, seriously at injuring a Mrs. Crawford and her husband. a The old stone fort, Castle "Williams, that faces.the New Jersey shore from the lower end of Government Island, New York...

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 October 1882

3 3 1 FAItH AND HOUSEHOLD. boot tops cut into pieces of the re quired size and lined make good iron holders. The carpets now in style are of dark shades and small figures, and the borders are perfect marvels of beauty. When about to broil fish it is a good plan to grease the gridiron well with a little lard. You will not be troubled then by having about half the fish sticking to the gridiron when you attempt tc remove it to the platter. N. Y. Post. A comfortable sewing chair can be made of an old cane seat chair by saw-in"-off the legs and fastening over the seat and back a case made of cotton. Cover neatly with coffee s&cking, and finish arouud the sides with a curtain bound with red tape and fastened with cold headed tacks. St. Louis Globe. The farmers in Alabarr. Georgia, South Carolina and Mississippi are filled with glad surprise to find that they can raise grass as a paying cro... The raising of improved stock is being extensively encaged in, while the iron and coal are ma...

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 October 1882

THE BOURBON MEWS. PUBLISHED TUE3DAYS AND FRIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Boukbon News Publishing Co. STJBSOBIPTIOET BATES. One year in advance, - . - - $2. 00 Six months in advance) - - - 1 00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, fey., as second class mail matter. Pkoctor Knott wants the Record abolished. , ' American horses on the English ttirt are redeeming the laurels lost by our riflemen. The woman suffrage law hais beell declared valid in Utah, b two of the three i'ederal Judges. . Haddock, one cruel attendant tti . AiK'.horage Asylum, has beei, indicted ior the m'urder of the pa tie ut J an sell. i o Ben. Butler hangs on like grin-death to a debilitated contraband, He has been running for Governoi for twenty-three years. The Blue Grass Region was at the Kentucky Horticultural Society that has been in session in Louisville last week. The Ford brothers have been goare.1 out of a year's growth by the appearance of Frank James' wife in New York. It seems that all their courage consis...

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. — 6 October 1882

'Sp VOXj.3 services an i Sun.- ..- w(ltJ - J T-- ... k ,Cv ....... V4 Hi i JvJ & f Eft V Vw w. VI X .' uK - s ( A - ' . F a -1 LIZ" $&- $"?&?' , I I J - i Billy Shaw has tumbled flour again.' The figures are $3 and 3. 20 now to tne trade. John- TnE passenger earnings of the K. O. i 4i, ,vtii nf fip.ntember this " vear, will be nearly $15,000 in excess li. of September of last year. 1 freight receipts, notwithstanding the wochnnt filmm the line and it's connec tions, will hold their own for September m comparison vear. with September oi iust - A nvntONK of TOOd luck has Snnire Jim Stone between the eyes struck " VIA. THERisaiiotliQr'tigec!? jQOEe in, Lex-i is ;::' iJouBBhiftfl'rnlfitodon, a comet, the ii .- nA n. Irvfl.newsDauer. "" ' -1 - - j Gus Jones, a painter "by trade, Lexington, by the morphine route. jgD Poynteb, of Maysyille, was one of the lost oh the burned steamer, B. E. L?e- - .L. we found nine cockroaches in our this morning, and the devil upset the paste po...

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. — 6 October 1882

'( ' f f n A Substitute for Capital Tunisliment. Contrast with capital punishment and Its results and incidents the punishment proposed for murderers by Mr. Edward Livingstone, justly characterized as the "greatest legal genius of modern times." In his code or reform and prison discipline he provides that "those convicted of murder without any aggravating circumstances shall be strictly confined to their :espective cells and adjoining courts, in which last they may be per initted to labor except for two months consecutively in every year, commencing on the anniversary of their crime, during which period they shall only come into the court during the time necessary to cleanse the cell, and on the anniversary of the commission of their crime they shall have no allowance of food for twenty-four hours, during which period they hall reecho the visit of the chaplain, who shali endeavor by exhortation and rayer to bring them to repentance.' ' onger terms of solitary confinement, without la...

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. — 6 October 1882

v1 THE nSTE"W;S. PABIS, KENTUCKY. TBE FOOT OF THE RAINBOW. Mav and her brother started together, a n'in the beautiful August weather. Vben the long hot day was nearly done, Sunning as fast as they ever could run, On toward the "West and the setting sun. Their hands were clasped, and their little feet Disturbed the dust with a constant patter, .And the people stared, whom they chanced to meet, 2jk1 wondered wha on earth was the matter. They knew, those two, They had business to do; No time to stop, or even to walk: ftb time for resting, no time for tajjc. Their fortune theirfuture before them lay, And their task must be done ere tho close of day. For they had been told That by any Bmart children might surely bo found A big pot of gold, 'Where the foot of the rainbow rests on the ground And Johnny had carefully uoted the spot, And knew where the rainbow touched the meadow, Casting a beautiful tinted shadow Over the burial-place of the pot. So May's little fist in his band he took, And...

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. — 6 October 1882

I J l -.. 7t THE BOURBON NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FEIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP. Editor Bouebon News Publishing Co. STJBSOKIPTION KATES. One year in advance, -Six $2.00 months in advance, - 1.00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, y., as second class mail matter ... fc I III ! Knott has promised to help Matt Adams stump his district. The Bourbon people are Knott all for Jones for Governor. The Congressional Democratic jprimary election of this district takes place Saturday, the 14.th inst. The Ohio election takes place hext Tuesday, and the Democratic State and Congressional tickets aie in good si j ipf I- ' in cj i -i i Analysis ot ch. villo boquet presoiiteei lu vxa. kn, proves tiictt aisdiiO iuustiv 'r.ave iviileu several uieii, ud loLiin. inn hall nuwei'i AlOlS. -J. . ui'ivlii iwJbii, Oi Viiie, oliv tLfc Ldei iveliDueKj lriguiu: i.ac uoeii elected ol iriK IveiiiouiaLic folate Central ' Committee. Ln way oi a "caving grace' the Democracy of the hrst Congression al district, have nomi...

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. — 10 October 1882

'iWWMiPHX A; . imwat gar i v rviwer KB .t a: i " nnwi iaj : nir.a'' W "-- . n'r1. V' H.rl' 1-.n 4 i.. Htwvwmmmmmmmmi .i . W3EV1 TTIT as -i I HE ? a- v iy -' I ilk' ' ! :li' f --i ljV -i: 7 1 S3 :& I - -W 32 33 ZKZXjIT. r, - tGtTf VUiJJU .- 3 'vmd IflBfl aer" PABIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTU'CKf: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, '1&84. NO. 63; : m 'MM'K'SStfBrCVtei V The New Orleans. ' Mjnstrelfr. Thursday -H U ' night. Tk a Bob Howe and Mr8..Sbffart,lefo Oar-lisle for their, homes in J?lqrida, last Friday. " , There's no disgrace in being poor. The thing is to keep qniet and not let your neighbors knowanythingbout - , ' - Winchester is war. It on is now down feioj cents, and "a further decline is In a game of base nail t .Cincinnati Jmaay, uincmnau ueat uuicagotiiyj; and on Saturday Chicago 2 to 0. .- ?SMayor Loveley and the Gutzett have-gone to O.wingsbb'ro, as1 Bentativeniutsrof?ytbraytotbB'raiid' Lodge. . - i The Kentucky Central has received two new locomotives and a' large number on of...

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. — 10 October 1882

'i I THE NEWS PARIS, : : : KENTUCKY. NEWS OF THE WEEK Condeneed and 3?nt Into Readable Shape. 90MEBTIG. JrM Rhodes, the murderer of the Massic tamily, was taken out of jail at Ya., on the 1st inst. by a mob, and lianged to a tree. An "Unconfirmed report has been received to the effect that the Pope of Rome "was fired at recently by a soldier. The United States Circuit Court for the Xistrict of New Jersey, has decided that Section 4887, Revised Statutes, expressly requires the Commissioner of Patents to limit the term of a domestic patent for an invention previously patented in a foreign country, to the period of time which the foreign patent has to run ; or, if there be more than one such foreign patent, to so limit the domestic patent that it will expire at the same time with the one having the shortest term. MXry Awn Carey has filed a petition in the Common Pleas Court of Hamilton County, Ohio, asking that the will of her grandfather be set aside, on accounts, of incompetency from...

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. — 10 October 1882

f V :v JLEM AND HOUSEHOLD. The apple crop of Europe Trill be tight thi& year. Sheep give two crops a year, one in the fleece and one in the lambs; sometimes three, for in California and Texas they shear twice a year. Peach Butter: Pare and stone good, ripe peaches, and cut them up fine. Hook two hours, then add to each pound of fruit half a pound of sugar, and cook an hour longer, stirring all the time. Detroit Post. To Pickle Peaches, Pears, etc: For eight pounds of fruit take one quart of cider vinegar and one quart of water, with three and a half pounds of sugar, and spice to taste. Put all together until they are rich enough, which you will be best able to determine for yourself. San Francisco Chronicle. A Southern correspondent saj 6 of the ticks that attack horses and cattle during the summer: These pests may be removed by a strong application of soap suds, say one-fourth of a pound of laundry soap dissolved in a gallon of water and applied with a cloth or brush to the inf...

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. — 10 October 1882

ear something new U Irpr l.'Hti wants to go to '--: "i. iM ifc n iw T " ' .,- C tat Mmjiirhii ,m iw . m i1 ii Mini ' nit ir win mn rt JM- s.1 m THE BOTffiBOtf KEFS. , PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FBIDAYS; iBRUCE CHAMP, Editor .-; . liBouiiBON News Publishing Co. . SUBBOBIPTION BATES. , One year in advance, - $2.00 Six months in advance, - - - 100 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, Ky., as second class mail matter. Dr. Bliss insists upon his $25,000 for" failing to save the President's life. . TtHE yellow jack has spit on i'ts iiands and taken a fresh grip on As Kentucky went, so did Geor- fcia. A figure five and four cipher? ' express it. . ; Patriots from Ohio, were inj (jylltiiiaua last wweky exporting Ciiutiud' iui the titcliini, ' . .:.-.. -' . f'.' 'mni in rf ,t ' liurn.VOt -..:.-. -.-' ' -v - -:.. can"' 'H-a U. r ' 'mny - - .-." wiaUc can no fllE Deni Cadet comc over to i,- auu Congress. President There, never was a who knew better how to steal a7.a7 from the busy haunts of men 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. — 17 October 1882

The Bourbon Ti r" - V-M.-. .r i.. 1- 'c P 'i . "iit'iwa, ! ni i " r Jwpi mmfmmtrm -'.v VOL". PARIS, BOJJEBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1882, srcf. 6& rmrreggffriranrragacs: eskJ The Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows meets next Monday in Winchester. Mrs. Huitnal, of Decatur, Ala.,.f is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Thos Jones. 4s The K. C. road is -now putting up a wire all along it's line, for it's exclusive use. Pbof. Martin, of Winchester, missed it about 3,000 miles, when he prophesied snow here on yesterday. 9 Jack Anderson, col'd, aged sixty years, and a faithful old servant, fell dead at the residence of Johnson Eogers. - One car-load of carpets per week, passes through here from New York, for a firm in San Francisco, California. J1UOU uuapiu o uiua uagvsu, mcu 111 JDkilll sasthe other day, and will be buried here to-day. Mrs. H. H. Long, of this city, sold her fine crayon portrait entitled "Erin Farewell," for 65, in Cincinnati, last week. She sold three others for ...

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. — 17 October 1882

THE NEWS'. PAEIS, KENTUCKY NEWS OF THE WEEK Condensed and l?nt Into Readable Shape. AT HOME. Mb. A. II. Ross, a prominent business inan of; Cincinnati, was foully murdered hy unknown parties near his home, at Glendale," Ohio, on the night of the 7th. A reward of $10,000 has been offered for the arrest and conviction of the criminals. George Huntington, his wife and four children were capsized in a sail boat in Plum Island River, near Arnesbury. Mass., and all drowned. It is believed that the murderers of Mr. R. "W. Ross, near Glendale, Ohio, will soon be brought to justice. A clew has been obtained. The competetive drill between St. Bernard Commandery of Knights Templar, of-Chicago, and Raper Commandery, of Indianapolis, Ind,, for possession of the prize drill banner awarded by the triennial conclave of 1830, and lately won by St. Bernard from Raper, occurred at Chicago on the 9th. It was won by St. Bernard, by 390 9-10 points against 374 3-10 points by Raper, out of a possible 410....

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. — 17 October 1882

FARM AKD HOUSEHOLD. Immediately when an animal begins to fret for food, immediately it begins to l05e flesh; never check the fattening process ITr. Milton Briggs highly recommends sulphur and salt as a cure and preventive of skin diseases and parasites ou cattle. We heartily concur. Not enough sulphur is fed to cattle, hogs an4 horsed. Iowa State Register. The ten years from 1870 to 1880 exhibit the most remarkable period of agricultural growth in the history of the country. The entire cereal product of the United States made the enormous advance of nearly 100 per cent. During the preceding decade the increase was but twelve per cent, while between 1850 and 1860 it was forty-three per cent. San Francisco Chronicle. To Preserve Eggs: A correspondent of the London Morning Post writes as follows: "Place the eggs in a cabbage-net and dip them in a saucepan of boiling water for eight or ten seconds. For alfculinary purposes they will keep almost indefinitely." A pretty mat: This may be m...

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. — 17 October 1882

ft. Mti . "ES r ' i'T&w3 3tSrrA ' fV teal and conseaent M-Ar?J 1 ?JtM fe;tfe ; &&!& ar w sac .;ameAyilr.ber.the invite1i?guesoi . aivd -public-frolic; ;'whfrevjtwinot quaffiVsi; in ..Afertutf V sokling has decimed to hell ilW T-n ..-. . .. - . JotGER ticket with his silver; jJi;rii3 1 i tt fe P.EATr.has dodgeVN Sl&MfeB v ff oiiM6f 6 ..vGaM'fMfcl Khbityih, ; :. . -.- -&'& rt'.S 4 '- k -- i i'aiam'KATii' c -:-' 8'SBaS J&r& weaii "tnatngw suit of clothesto HU '-' -L I'-l J lS ' Vsi ; - as expecteu, uuu. wimey; turnrto the more laudible enter- ' .gpiserof nre'a ch ing the gospel., fj$ -The republican leaders ??n Ken 0j ,thi;nj: that -the .result'- . 0,hio will" have 'a big' kwu oj? inree qouoiiui aistricts in this State,' ahdjlt is. possible that - all may go democratic save John White's. :':f '. : "- ;Wm. Austin, wasv.promptly hung last Friday at Lancaster by ".request of twelve men,for killing his old aunt for .'a small sum of money. The execution w...

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. — 17 November 1882

.u p " .'-' Snow in Louisville Tuesday. Gass & Hanly received 50 wagon loads of corn Saturday by noon. - - They say that Armstrong Bros' Minstrels are simply immense. The Iv. 0. has down a new side-track where our old depot stood. Ed. Marshall formerly of Ky., was elected Attorney General of California. -e- - There are double as many cases of small-pox now in Cincinnati, as there were at this time lest year. Small-pox is so bad at Gallatin, Tenn., that the City Council of Franklin, Ky, ' hasquarantined against it. j Green Keller threatens to run for Congress in the 9th district and redeem it, providing no one else will. An enricher of the blood and purifier of the system ; cures lassitude and' lack of energy ; such is Brown's Iron Bitters. -- Kentucky had better buy the Granite State, instead of paying $500 damages for live bullet holes in the side of the boat. - The Alice Oates Opera Company wil suorny appear at uaa juenows nail in the favorite "Mascotte," on December 1st. The ...

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. — 17 November 1882

M H . jr - aaarx - . KSdC!3tftaSEi JL .aSEiaacKSja. The Bank of England, The constitution and government of the Bank of England are not fully understood, even by many otherwise well-informed residents in the city of London itself. It differs from most corporations in the fact that it has no permanent Governor or chairman, and furthermore, that the remuneration paid to the Directors for their services is individually Email. The governing body consists of twenty-six directors, that is to say, one Governor, one deputy Governor, and 'twenty-four Directors. This body does not change except by death or resignation, etc., but the Governor, and his deputy, who act as chairman of the Board or Court of Directors, change every two years, the deputy becoming Governor and all the Directors being deputy and Governor in rotatibn. The salary of the Governor, as well as that of the "deputy Governor, is now 1,000 per annum, while that of the other twenty-four Directors is 500 each. According to Franc...

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. — 17 November 1882

K 4f"' w PARIS, KENTUCKY 11 bu i OCR. lp, tvu'vo been my dear, fbree months, or such n matter, Ami 'tis ti blessing- to jret clear Of nil the clash and clatter. Ah! look the guide-book through, And see each queer place in there, Tis hard to make it seem quite true That I myself have been there. Our vovnjrc? Oh, of course 'twas gay Delightful! splendid! glorious! We spurned the shore we sped away Wc rode the waves victorious. The first mate's mustache was so grand I The ocean tweet, though stormy (I was eo sick I could not stand, But husband saw it for me). AtQueenstown we saw land once more-Ground never looked so pretty! We took a steam-car near the shore For some light-sounding city. A very ordinary stone We had to kiss at Blarney; The beggars wouldn't let us alono That half-day at Killarney. The Giants' Causeway? "Tis arranged With no regard to science; It must somehow of late have changed At least we saw no giants. Some little funny scrubs of folks Sold pictures, and were merry; ...

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. — 17 November 1882

U r i i Ji 'S THE BOURBON NEWS. PR.OISKEZ) 5y53AV8 AND FBIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor liODJRSOX NeTTS POBLxSIUKQ Co. NWWAfV'Wfc.V aXTBBOKXPTIOK BA0?33D. One year in advance, - - - $2, 00 6ix mouths in adrance, - 1. 00 "'!35iitGred &t the at Paris. Ky., as second class mail matter. The Mssachusefcts voters knew Gen. Butler to be a Democrat, because they saw the cock in his eye. The grand jury of Memphis has indicted a man who bet 84,000 on the result of the Tennessee election. BrtiVEB spoons are now a legal tender in Massachusetts. They pass current where brass medals will not. The President didn't interfere in the hanging of Brave Bear Wednesday. The President has had his'dose from interfering with out- oiHq micinosa in.T.p.lv. x The Courier-Journal has nominated McDonald and Cleveland, on the Democratic ticket for President, and Bob Ingersoll nominated Gen. Tecumseh Sherman and Bob Lincoln, as the Republican nominees. 'Let's reverse the former and call it a "go." Bob Ingersoll re...

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