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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 24 November 1882

I. .J 4 l ' !V WMMMVMRn U, , H ,T?! , I , m f The Bourbon News p WrfS "iMiVfrYl lit idfcnifc - i- Hr-if "" MB2 ill SUM I-"W ESKLY. yOL. 1. PABIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1882. NO. 76. "Philky" was immense. Just 30 days until Christmas. Public opinion red hot and still a healing. Dressed turkeys are retailing here at 12 cents per lb. -- Five prisoners escaped from the Mt. Sterlirfg jail Monday night. -- Come to the opening of the New York Jewelry Company next Monday. The telephone line from Sharpsburg to Bethel and Carlise has been completed. . Five murder trials set for hearing in the Fayette Circuit Court now in session. Jesse Hughes died of small-pox Sunday, near Fishback's bridge, this county. "-' At Winchester, the jury hung (of course) in the trial of May for shooting Ferguson. John Beckett let his ax slip at Berry's Station Saturday, split his brother's hand to the wrist. - s Capt. Joe Dqheer thinks it advisable for all who can, to sell out and walk away...

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. — 24 November 1882

n mii i i ii M ii in mil ii in ii 11 i in mm ;niii V h y - i t4 -a Meat Chillers. One of ifhe most serious expenses in the packing and transportation of flesh food, packers say, is that of ice. In great establishments which turn from one to four thousand head of hogs or horned cattle into butchers' meat the amount of ice consumed is so large as to be almost in--credible. During the summer when slaughtering about four thousand hogs per -day, one, hundred tons of ice were consumed. The expenses moreover is not confined to warm weather, but continues with very little variation the year around. The temperature of the killing and handling rooms is necessarily so high from the very nature of the work that the difference in cost incidental to the seasons is trifling, and whether many or few animals were slaughtered, one hundred tons of ice a day were used as preparatory to the curing of the transportation of the meat. The butchers found the cost as burdensome as did the brewers a few years...

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. — 24 November 1882

f w tto w.t"a j v iw' ?? W TJ'lHi 9 jBt&GA. i mi Ill lll'll I III! II M M IWII " --"" aw.. -a . : Mma KTWMBB?Wm,iMWi 7y v',?53ffirii3SiE3SH5Q:'l,r ?si5p?v, - i , t s.s -:-, - v - , , . v -4.,.- xr M&J,mm'jWWif$Z -i. UsSxl 1 '' . Jri V' , ,,. ?.!; ".jwr (. 'Vfi -" v - - tW rs - .,- w' "V Ai ''' I1" , .- p ' y igii w i ' f mi i wi'iuii ' , ' " ''! if 'ipiw iiiiw i' ue " ji i wwy PPpTTT" w""mji yiiitf' ' ,i. ,i;,,.,i.i I, jiip'ijj.. ni ii yy ' ' "ii'i'iy "'" v ' - & i I - ?$o vW THE ISTBWS PARIS, KENTUCKY. SOME TE OUGHTS FOR THANKSGIVING. If gracious smiles are met with smiles, (And who would meet them otherwise?) And tender words persunde the heart Till tears, kept buck, unbidden start In dry and unfamiliar eyes: If acts of courtesy like these, The common coin of every day. Pass current everywhere and mako So many richer for their sake, For none can be too poor to pay: "What shall be, can be said for those Who greater gifts their whole lives lonjj without acknowledgment, 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. — 24 November 1882

t 11 " 'I It S 'nff ' TIE BOMBON NEWS. ?Y2CSSS TV9UATB AX A MKBAYfl, BRUCE CHAMP, Edito BtTR19N NlWS PUJLIHIJ(C0. SUSSOXI7TIOK KATIS. 6m year in ftetainee, - - - $2. 00 Sis months in advance, ... 1. 00 JattzttL At tktt at Paris, Ky. m jwwmd claw mail statUr. wmmammmmmmsmmmmssmmsBtmemm Shall We Invcstlgat ? Dherb are many long and loud taurmurings from the best and rnoit influential citizen to the humblfif t plebian in the county, at the conduct of the recent court of Mayor Lovely and Squire Stone in admitting Hooker Stivers to bail. Particularly is the wrath of the citizens hurled against Stone. It is claimed that it can positively be substantiated by one of the best citizens of Paris, thai ho, at the instance of Squire Stone, wrote a letter io George Stivers, a. JNorth iViidciletown, in which Tfert the lone words : "I am your frienu. I will be in town Wednesday," anu that Stone signed the same anu gave it to the referred-to-citizen, who mailed it. It is understood that County Attor...

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. — 28 November 1882

. m - M 1 "V v4 TTttth1 Bourbon" News. 32 HTlMl 1 1 1 W '"" "ttWuinhn - Jt.'rrJ.r'.II illtfTiiUH1iiiiri t W lit 1 lifri hi i. i i r 1 ) r JL- lyOL. 1. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1882. NO. 77;' ME Stivers IS NOW in jail. Bors To the wife of Harvey Hibler, a dau?htor. -- Alice Oates, scored a great success as J3ettina in 1 Mascotte. Boston Globe. 8 Don't forget the ga)rest, airiest and raciest of comic operas next Friday-evening. The other day when Stone read the Hews, he mounted his steed and went to North Middletown on the wing of the wind. Ot ' - Bryan's photograph gallery at Mt. Sterling was destroyed by fire yesterday. Loss, $2,200; insurance, $1,000. The Episcopal church narrowly escaped being burned. , -- An axle of the tender on Capt. Henryi Green's train broke seven miles from Maysville Friday, and dumped the baggage car over on it's side. "No other damage. In her greatest haste to buzz down street, one of our society belles wore her dress wrong-si...

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. — 28 November 1882

s THEl EWS. ?AEIS, KENTUCKY NEWS OETKE WEEK Condensed and Put Into Readable Shape. AT HOME. A pbisoner confined in the Swansboro, fceorgia, jail, underjsenterice of death, on the 20th, killed the jailer and escaped, but "Was re-captured. His prospects for being lynched were favorable at last accounts. Professor Henry Draper, the astronomer, died in New York, on the 20th, oi pleurisy. The following is the total'vote for Governor of Pennsylvania in the recent election, as received at the State Department: Pattison (Dem.), 355,791; Beaver (Rep.), 315,589; Stewart (Ind.), 43,743; Armstrong (G. and L.), 23,484; Pettit (Prob.), 5,196. Total vote, 743,S03. Pattison's plurality, 40,202. This is the largest vote ever polled in the State, with the exception of the Presidential contests of 1876 and 1S80. Ayodkg woman of Lynch's Station, Campbell County, Virginia, killed her illegitimate babe at its birth, and then refused medical aid for herself until she died. Colonel De Ahna, who distinguish...

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. — 28 November 1882

STATE NEWS. Henry Tumbler has been held in $500 bonds to answer at the next term of Camp-hell Circuit Court for forging tickets on the Kentucky State Lottery Company. In speaking of him the Covington Common' icealih says: "Tumbler is one of the most dangerous forgers that have ever operated in this part of the country, and had his ambition led him to have used his peculiar faculty of counterfeiting names ic commercial or banking circles, there is no telling what trouble he would have given the banks, or how much money it would have cost them. His mode of counterfeiting names is by tracing with a peculiar pencil, the secret of which seems to be known only to himself, and afterwards writing his name so as to defy detection. Those who have seen the last forged ticket, for which he is arrested, say that it is a perfect counterfeit." Five prisoners escaped from the jail at Mt. Sterling, on the 20th, by cutting their way through the wall with a pekerandan old spoon handle. Those who escap...

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. — 28 November 1882

-. TIE BOTOBOff NEWS. k4MMM3n MMto tin ixb ram AX BUOJ OH AMP, Iiirut. .. , - - JJ.. - r n-n-un-Tt. u f SXTSSOXIPTIOir 21TH. Gm yew in mLyshto, - - - $ GO 0Ex Matiu im 4vaaw) ... 1, 00 Paris, ty., M HtVld lMf Midi BftfttttT. So far as we have heard, there has not bten a dissenting yoice expressed against Judge Turney's in holding Joe Redmon without bail. Of course, it iB expected that his relatives and immediate friends will disseiit, but it has not come withm tne scope of our hearing to hear but one dissenting roice of the family. The people ieii aggrieved and outraged ac of a recent court and laid fcue blame at Magistrate Stones fesc, for allowing oaii of a criminal in a far moie aggravated case. There's this cifference, to take the mildest common sense view of the two murderers ; Stivers, like a Wily huntsman, sought his game, lured it to him in soft and deceptive words and shot io down with-out a word of warning. .Not so with Redmon. Although he had the venom and intent in his h...

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 December 1882

V M i.j'l 5 2fr . ! The Bourbon News , ,,.. II W 111 fT I".."" "' '" " ii 'M MMkMI f S E3 HUE I -W ES H K L IT . VOL. I. PARIS, BOTJRBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1882. 2WK 78. Alice Oates to-night. Big boom on turkeys yesterday. The toy pistol season approaches. Hunters were plentiful yesterday. Brent & Lucas have dissolved partnership. Last night was one of the coldest of the season. All the schools gave holiday yesterday and to-day. All the pastors participated in the sermons yesterday. The 0. & 0. railroad are to builu a Pal- latial hotel in Lexington. -p- Born On Wednesday, to the wife of G. U. Lockhart, a daughter. A Warren county iarmer finished last week sowing 300 acres in wheat. It is about time some one was writing a poem entitled "The beautiful 6now." - : The city presented a very Sunday like appearance yesterday, the boys went it one-eyed. A business man at Maysville advertises for 25,000 live turkeys ; another at Stanford wants 50,000. 0 Col. O'Neil...

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 December 1882

1 i ( 1 P PERSONS AND IMPERSONAL. Rev. Edward Palmer died recently in Barnwell, S. C, in the ninety-fourth year of his age. He had been preaching the gospel for fifty-seven years. L. J. W. E. Townsend, of the Reno Gazette, recently walked 90 miles in fifteen hours over a mountain trail and read .- a book all the way. Territorial Enter' prise. General W. H". Hazen, Chief of the Government Signal Office at Washington, invites people to send him all sorts of popular weather proverbs and Y. Post. Mr. Joseph Grinnell, of New Bedford, Mass., .now approaching the completion of his ninety-fourth year, is the oldest living resident of the State who has served in Congress. Sam Brush, the very last ol the and said to be a lineal descendant of the last Mohegan sachem, fel I from a tree at Norwich, Conn., recently, receiving probably fatal injuries. He could whistle two tunes at once. Mrs. M. J. Carmen has managed the Western Union Telegraph at Lincoln, Neb., for-'ten years. Mrs. Caimen has also...

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 December 1882

-4 TELE NEWS. V PARTS. KENTUCKY THE CORN-HUSKING. O I recall, but dare hoc tell, how many years flffo, A merry group of boys and girls ranged in a oil cling row, .About a heap of golden corn that graced the broad barn tioor, Whilst autumn sunshine's sunset glow fell through the open door. por life was young and hope wa3 high, and toil was then a Joy: How fast the can raring talk went round, how glad war each brave boy To do hi best, and help the girl who nestled at his side To tear the husks which she could not, and look on her with pride. But when the red ear happy chance put forth its crimson face, How blushed the pretty girl it caught; how glorious the chase Which then ensued; for he who saw, in time, The witching bliss, Might throw his arms around her neck and snatch a luscious kiss 1 "We used to mix red kernels in the planter's pouch, I know, For fear the red ears all might fail, and made some dozens grow; Twas just a little more than fair, but who the trick can blame ? Say, re...

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 December 1882

m .. i i ll TIE BOURBON MW& MMMWkMlM kihm wwimw SUSD1.TI AX TK9XTS. BRUOS CHAHP, Bmtor 'Bovmvoit tfXYI PUILIf XIKt Co. . ri"n n.n n r n r innrin I'giry'm'w'i iuXSOHIPTIOK XATXI. Out yr in adY&nce, - - - $2. 00 Six months in advance, - - 1. GO TWMfA At tkm fit Pari. ty., A tmad dan xiftil maitr.j J6hn 8. Witt has been awarded tka certificate for Congressman-at-Urfe in Virginia. The Territory of New Mexice is claimed by the Republicans by a large majority. Sixty-live per cent, of the population can not write. Mis. K.. B. Johnston, widow of Col. Hamilton P. Johnston, lat of tii United States Army, and sister oi Col. Nicholas Smith, of New York, died Wednesday at Shelby- vilie. Abibi Pasha has written an ar ticle defending his action in Egypt,! saying .he is not a rebel, but that he was led on by the people who desired freedom. His trial will commence .Monday. I ' Simon Cameron's recent visit to New York is said to have been undertaken for the pur poso of trying to make the Stal...

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 December 1882

E? "ii rs rRT -k. r , . r --,' v - -.--- - .'J&pZ eammi?&Mnm& ?i IP " "" ' ' 9 ' - - - H - r t m - j i ii- JhL j JLi Jjj V kj - . ,. 1 - :ej a ei . it .-- VOL. I. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1882. NO. 84, , x Esa Yesterday was a rather spring-like day. Ed. Oldson is quite low with consump tion. - Olb Santa Claus will go the rounds Sunday night. - If vou want the weight of turkeys in eold take them to W. W. Gill. Call and pay your subscription and we'll buy our own. Christmas gift. There has not been a new paper started in Lexington for a week. -- Just arrived several car loads of nice Christmas goods for W. W. Gill. -- Lexington is to have a weekly musical iournai. The total expense to the State arising from Neal, 'Craft and Ellis trials will amount to $60,000. Alf Burnett and party passed through the city, last Thursday morning, en route for Cincinnati. i If you want oysters for Sunday or Monday, go to W. W. Gill's, who has the finest lot in th...

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 December 1882

i "-s-' j mA n Gfrf" mi '' L:, 1 ' 11 m - , The Lottery . Madness. A North side doctor was overheard to make this remark: "'Sewer gas is not the only thing which makes people sick in this city." The observation which followed was, the one which startled, curiosity and put it on the alert-It was this: "I "have patients who will never get well unless fortune knocks at their doors and is admitted. The people who are most eager for wealth, I find, are those who are trying the old Scotch proverb that fortune does knock once at every man's door. These are the people 'who are suffering from nervo us afflictions. The men who go out and make fortune hell out to them are not nervous. They are the men who knock down obstacles and shake up scarecrows. I have no patients of that sort." Then the matter-of-fact man of medicine told a story about some of his patients, in which he was sufficiently professional to mention no names. He said that the picture of the shipwrecked sailor waiting for a sail...

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 December 1882

& 3. THE ISTiEWS. PARIS. KENTUCI VJ. tr HANG UP THE SOCKS AND STOCKINGS. Twas Gbnatmna evo and from a chair Near which safcThamma aof tly rocking:; Suspended hunsr, illrmatcd pair, ,..,, " Dear.Tacky'SBOok and Jonnio 86tookinff. The wee em a' sock, and gray. Was suited to the sturdy boot, Chich kept tbe winter storms at bay. And safely boused the dimpled foot. The lassio'3 stocking, firie apd notr. Came o'er ftw wave from' sunny France Uundtb&stripe.ot varied Ihuo . " rrtinlxyw seemed to dance. The mother mims at the t wain, Aesb aflllsltai there softly rocking AmistofWsUko summer rain, . Hide Joiky K und Jennl 8 stocking. " Oh. Fatnor dearl" she softly prays, My dsrlliis children's feet o'er guide. Oh fcad them through tho Pantway An,d keep them ever near. Thy side, Another pra vr, as forvnt quite, Wafwal from tho little bed, "There, aide by side, that self-same night, With folded hands and upraised head, The children asked their Dearest Friend, (While 'neath thoir room mam...

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 December 1882

M j THE BOURBON NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Bourbon News Publishing Co. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advanco, $2. 00 Six months in advance, - - 1.00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, Ky., as second class mail matter. A woman blest with the spirit of forbearance, is worth more than the finest gold mine in California. . If a man is to be void of reason in all earthly and spiritual affairs, then why was the germ of reason planted in his cocoanut? -fit A man had better be in the worst theological hell extant, than to be ruled by a theological trap-clap and a narrow-brained preacher who preaches for hash only. -o- Throw a bucket of slop on the green grass in the sun-shine, and you'll produce a hive of flies. If old Noah had only thought of this, what a trouble he would have saved ! -o- Who can define space ? Look far beyond a million of millions of miles and you'll find numberless suns and starry canopies. We have proof that there's suns and moons innu...

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. — 16 January 1883

-. ".f"ji w """ vi2P"3l J " M i i nim Man J iviwTti - -i, . i "itT' IKIBBBinKii ' s - ! 1 WM . . ,... 11. j'iii' ifliifixaj. . Mlfl , b ,, i.h i I I ' " ' ' . ... .. . .. ' m -...-- " -- . , .'' 111 n.w ",t,v"lK .-';"1.-" i;.,1 ; it; -,- tj. : - 1 fc ., -.- ; V ' .- - f( $' Xt.VV.ff 1 4 ? ." ;. , The Bourbon JN EWS. if Mf i i - mial 6JB " t. 'fw - '' " """rr' i i nlf i fr i n.n --'-' - .'r. Z wfrr ii rtrtTii ! i ll Mill Si S3 IE3 HUE I -W EEKLT. VOL. I. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1883. NO.93. ,... G Babbits are badly wanted in this .market. It rained 124 days in Kentucky last year. Tub Bourbok News -was two yean old last week. . Only four burials in cemetery last year. Lost A good deal of sunshine during the past four weeks. Work has commenced on the K. 0. depot at "Winchester. There ase seventeen groceries in Paris, and only one post-office. The "Jolly. Patbaadwrsi' are billed for Maysville Friday night, Lexington and Fayetie county' have spent $2,-690,00...

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. — 16 January 1883

4 - - v T - i-!( iflJW."N f - T 7f "- - -..." Ml I "I IHI'I m m II BMIIP I II' 111 ' ' - y-, '' ---.-. . , . I . jml i wA. ..lift- " i I - , vl Ml THE NEWS. 1 PARTS. ICBNTTJQKY e NEWS OP TB3.MEW Conde used and 3?t IntoRead; IT-"".' " aTSl'elTSHap e " DOUTESTIC At Grand Junction, Colorado, George Moseley shot one Turner through the head rindjTccidently hit a bystander, inflicting a robabiy fate.l wound. A woman was the cause of the trouble. Bsr a boiler explosion at Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, on the 9th, four men and '-one killed and -several woman were instantly others' seriously injured. .jAn explosion in a coal mine at Coulter-ville, 111., on the 8th, resulted in the burial of ten men. All were dead A ' ""when rescued. ' At San Bernardino, Cal., on the 9th, 33urton Hummer, a lad of nine years, (poured coal oil from a can into the stove, "when the can exploded, enveloping the '"boy in the burning oil. His mother ran fto his rescue, and both rushed into the 1 street, he a pillaroi fir...

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. — 16 January 1883

. 1 - 1 HHHneisQxsuJOTiwm '-J- gJWH)UHgggts " - -- . ..,.. r .- .WCTWjiifc... prqiessionai. !wm,v. ..., Af . . T?nrnriai'VM .. is-, now w v... .- -- 'i." 'f. 4Airliif& .'hnirm .V on fTi fr 'hal nUF II TM - ICUUlllji U.HXiU; i OiUWU. .Vi J-l U"41 AAA i 1 .' V O? '-Joseph Xxrinnell, of New Bedford, who recently celebrated tbemnetyfourth. anniversary of his birthday, is the oldest man in-Massachusetts, who ever 'fiat ?n Congress.; . ' has decided iJifc iho in -Ah a kw:?nf t , .. . - . - "4 v i -"v ,, -., . ' is no to do xaKeirnteraiiy. a. juror appeared who was a British subject, having never been naturalized. His application to be excused on the1 .ground of alienage was denied for the reason given. Tobias Forbs, of Clyde, 1ST. Y., aged ttV m. timet o rtTM,. f' William Morgarrvvai not murdered iy.bis captors, but released oh f the country Hevent to Melbournef Australia, and published a newspaper, which after his death passed into the hands of a son, who may now be living. Misses Ha...

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. — 16 January 1883

, M rjp.fvliriyi4J.i. . "-. 7 w r ! I ' THiBOmiOK NEWS,- lf0ICtftSHl TfHiAYB AND FXEHtt BJfrUCE BbeAb BoT3&BOrf NEWS FtffcLI&HING Co. STJBSOBIPTfoN BATES. One yelfr in advance, - - - $3. 00 Sis months in advance, - - 1. 00 Entered at the at Paris, Ry., as seccnld class mail matter. - - ASTSrOTTNCEMENT. We are authorized to announce Ohas. Offuttasa candidate for re-election to represent Bourbon county in the next House of Representatives, subject to the ' action ot the Democratic party. One hundred and thirty-two deaths in Mercer county in 1882 89 whites, 43 blacks. The Democrats of Wisconsin have a mujority of three on joint ballot in the Legislature. It is estimated that the crops in South Carolina are worth $8,000,-000 more this year than last. There is a cheerful report from Kansas City that Hon. Frank James will probably be vindicated. A well at Snapps, a small village in Woodruff county, Ark., Hows water that is as sour as vine gar. It is believed now that Cincinnati wi...

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