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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 21 December 1883
IF"" hj IPIIip; ' sr!. -AST X ( r 4-. xr' V rmS2V ourbon f eraak 1 , -P": fc'cFJ Independent and Democratic-Published from the Happy Side of Life-for the Benefit of Those Now Having Breath in Their Bodies. Price, $2, 00 for One Year, or, $2,0OQfc&J,OOa Years-CASH ! -? vol. n. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY. - NO. 190. Oil of peppermint will cureffost'bltesJ Speaker Carlisle's committees be announced to the House Monday THEDelmonico saloon-bought 100 rabbits yesterday, and is selllngjthem out at 10 cents each. y. , There are said to be 70a men working on the new railroad between Newport and Ashland, itf . At a dance in Simpson county, two colored-men shot, each other in the stomaoh, and both fell dead. Db. Johk M. Graves committed suicide in Henderson county Tuesday. His married life was unhappy. Carlisle has' a street named Bourbon Avenue, in honor of the county from which Nicholas was taken. The Carlisle ana Sharpsburg Telephone Company has declared a dividend of 20 pe...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 21 December 1883
nMp l 'n i E N.ES. RUCE CHAMP, Publisher.;, i . : : KENTUCKY. W -42 2!SS J9002J. Heavy and thick the winter snow Falls on the irozen pane; "Wild winds over the house-top blow. Turning the creaking vane. "None will come to our house to-day, In such cold and stormy weather. Mother tells us a &ame to play Merrily all together; "Or tell us a tale of Fairy-land, Such as you've often told, Where elves are dancing1, a gleesome band, 'Mid trees of silver and gold." "Children, over the frozen moor Some one is coming now, "Who'll tell a tale, when he's orossed the door, Sweeter than all I know. "Hark 1 1 hear his step at the gate ; Soon will the summons ring. Come, make ready our room of state-There he isl Kling, ling, ling." CHRISTMAS OUTSIDE. "Children, open the door, I pray; Merrily come to meet me. Many and many a house this day Has put on its best to greet me. "All your prettiest carols sing, "Welcome me in with joy, For see what beautiful gifts I bring For each little girl and boy. ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 21 December 1883
V i I m t ) i BsgCaryeU. Tor the .farmers. dining or or in anv place where durability 13 demanded, there is obviously Bothing that quite fills the place of a rag-carpet ; yet I want to say to the inexperienced in, this art, that if thev would have tlieir work satisfactory when done, there r a few things not dwelt on in article on rag-carpets, to which thev Must give thought asd care. Ton have already been told that the rags must be finely and evenly cut or torn, and that they must be well sewed, with no Ioose ends left, sticking out. Next, in coloring ad arranging your rags, so pian taatauHyour 'breadths shall be alike that i&tkat Your carpet. when done, shall, look as much as possible the same throughout, instead of having a light pateh here and a dark patch there; brown in one dark stripe and black in another; bright "hit or miss" in one breadth, and dull in the next and the like. Then, when you have so sewed, colored and planned, insist upon it that your -carpet-weaver shall ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 21 December 1883
&-. is . w i i -. r w y dhrZ - ' iM s V aFFMZ" - V r.Jk.1 , Z . ,r?Mrv tr tt" "ib.. W W iBEBOH NEWS. TUESDAYS AND FBIDAYi. UCE CHAMB, Editor' 'ta 1 j " )r j wrafe C2HI rBSaBlPTIOH" BATES. V it UMear in aavance, - - - seo, 3ir months in advance, - - - iwi , "Entered at the Post-office at Paris, ., as second class mail matter. Wf FOR PRESIDENT, '"f hat uncrowned King of every Demooratlo heart, SAMUEL J. TILDEN. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ftlr. Tllden's companion in Victory and in Humiliation, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. AX50UXCEDCETiT. Uickard Kcid, of Mt. Sterling, is a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals, to succeed Judge Hargis-subject to the action of the Demooracy of the First Appellate District. " Sekator Sherman denies that he will oppose Coramiesioner EvanB iorty iarms have been purchas. idanrSraai tooitjfc. ty emiRtimts frohi committees to pply for tbB Democratic National Convention. Frank JAHfis was held in $5,000 bail t Gallatin, Mo., Tuesday for the murder of Sheets in 1869....
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 25 December 1883
s- to The City School closed yesterday for the " Christmas holidays. , Town "was lull of people yesterday, notwithstanding the rain. ,' Stoneb was on a.T.Efenry 'way up, yesterday, and out of Its banks. High Mass was celebrated at the Catholic hurch this morning at 5 o'clock. ft - Christmas gift! Pay -what you owe us, and you needn't give us anything. GenebaIi Pbyok received $15,000 for doing nothing towards saving O'Donnell's neck. The Methodist Sunday School of this city, will have an entertainment next Sunday morning. ' We didn't hang Up a darned stocking last night. It was a now one, and it 'was full of good advice. -- All of ye that have bald heads, assemble them on the front seats at the Opera House to-morrow night. )!. Fkikdman -was tried yesterday n a writ of lunatico inguirendo, and was ordered sent to the Insane Asylum. Ihe express company here is handling more packages of Christmas goods than last year, butthe packages are.smaller. Maj. Ta&'s English setter "Lit," won...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 25 December 1883
'. yx m eg '" JM UCE CHAMP, Publisher. rapMcSfewis WASHESTGTOIN". More Trouble Vith the Greeks. "Washington, December 19. The following dispatch frcm Agent Tufts, Muscogee, Indian Territory, was received at the Indian Bureau: "To-day the Creek Council inaugurated Ispaichiche Chief. Perryman, the - present Chief, refuses to give away." Perryman was chief on the 5th of the present month, after the different factions of.Creeks agree.d to abide by the results of the popular election. It is believed the serious trouble impending was averted, but the dispatch of Tufts is regarded, at the Indian Bureau as indicative of further factional strife. Who Wants a Mint? "Washington, December "17. The question of a new mint is up again. Thus far the friends of New York and of Louisville alone seem to be doing the work. In the last Congress it was proved, at least to the satisfaction of those who submitted the evidence, that Cincinnati was in the exact center of the mint vacuum, and that evervthine:...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 25 December 1883
r $& ' U- Y J t ?S. v f ' "" ', .- ' ki 1 if -?' p . ;r u. W4 5? J . i. - .... , . 1Ml' HOUSEHOLD. r Potato tops, should be left on -the -ground they grew' on. JV.'F. Times. The sooner milk is rdaced in nja xr4R after milking, the larger will be theJ A frequent cause, of malaria.is im- ure water from cisterns and wells. onjthe first symptom of any uui uicaii uut iub cistern, ee that well receives no drainage frnm'nnv unclean source. iV. T". Herald. It may seem extravagant to cut up and plant the largest, smoothest, and nicest potatoes raised, but a very few trials, taking one year with another, will soon convince, the, grower that it-Is the most profitable thing jto ' Tribune: A Nevada woman has a novel way of preserving eggs: During the summer she breaks the eggs, pours the contents into bottles which, are tightly corked and sealed', when they are placed in the cellar, nect down. She claims the contents of the bottles come out as fresh as when put in. Exchange. The latest novel...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 25 December 1883
s ? I . . -A . " .- . V - l'-i. VA rr Iv .V l'Tx (, - " '' KMiri .Bi(l. bf ttTSter liiurMs a candidate : tor Jnltp of tltti jCOourt thftmracyir off tlnii;irt Appellate-, Dis- KiirD reajHRS, we, wiihyou imorning. We:da' Bo'not.fromiCuetdm, Dut4(rom that,;yrarmJ anu sponuiiiwua uyniagtuu vvuiuu amzes theFtielcrts of tbeeritirehuman f airily. As these joyous days come and go pne: cannotsbut think that the. world ,is grow ing better and'lunderHhatsthe'.feelings , ZitPi -"' ftti J- u -"-cafe" ,aHU,morejtsyjJipai1ubuu.; ,iuai; lutKtmson whicHrcelebrates'the birth -of gladly seized" upon bythe unbeliever as well as the beneveras, an ' opportunity for theexpression', oPthat kindly feeling vv&icb is too often cBoecT 2 .! itbe cares of the world, - HounHanHBSi m m. .- m . j , son'i f t ;fc.. wqaijCfpe pjrtsa f 1 ' f K3Ht . ! H aWHiu,feftie .' .'UfJT TTis i'l yrWf i r I Li ii Jl t iiliTtil 1 jl s. r 1 .".I JML -W 'Hr fSrEN dBappoiit cmatioii AMidi . 5 ' .-.5. jGtja.tLbXOtiiSw; . . ri .. -....