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

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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 March 1882

b r MOONLIGHT, OB MOBNING? BT CELESTK M. A. WXX8U3W. Feebly a light creepeth in at the casement, Doubtful If yet It shall linger or nee, ' ' j Clasping night's tendrils -with dim interlacement, Waking a dull, dreamy -wonder In me ; Ib It the moon, in the -wide -west delaying, Bending faint, flickering fare-wells ere straying, Or, the first rays for a new day's adorning ? Ah, drowsy night, is it moonlight or morning? Into my heart shines a brightness uncertain Youth's dreamB are dim, and the skies otercast Is it a ghostly hand lifting time's curtain, Bringing palebeamB from the moon of my past? Or a fresh joy bursting forth into sweetness, Wakening -wan life to a new day's, completeness Golden beams, chasing lost Bilrer with Bcorning, Tell me, O, Love, isit'moonlight'pr morning ? Softly a light stealethover my spirit, Pressing the dusk of drear sorrow away; Is some rare earth-Joy returning to Filling mylsoul with a prayer for delay ?-' Or, a far-glimmering gleam of new glory, Passing...

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 March 1882

w JFAJBM AND HOMM. Farm Rakinffs, To tntTgp oata well a cellar should ba cool, dark and not very dry. Warmer pens would be a comfort to pigs and a source of profit to farmers, who would save corn in feeding. Experiments are in progress in England for testing the adaptability oi that country for the growth of American varieties of apples. A New York farmer says that Canada thistles may be killed by plowing them under about the 1st of July, or when the stalks are hollow. It is said that two thicknesses of paper, used in lining the barrel in which apples are packed, will prevent them from freezing while being shipped. To have a potato retain all of its good qualities it should be dug on a dry day, and at once stored in a dark cellar. It is a mistake to suppose that a potato is improved, or will keep better, by drying in the open air. A New York farmer says that he has a common dunghill hen, which is 12 years old, and has laid an egg every day except about two months each year since her...

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 March 1882

'i. -? ' - .C" . . -' ! ' t. . . - " i r i ' i , " IV.JTl LMPPOEjys.. ty TOWTUKSSDAYBUSD 1UDAYS. r . BRUCE CHAMP, Editor BoDBBoy Sews Publishing Co. SUBSCKIFTioar KATES One year in advance, - - - so nn Sis months in advance, - . iq iSnT?red at the Postofficc at Millers .w.j,, .yM no secgna class mail matter.! . ANNOUNCEMENT. V Ri'C HUtllOrizpd tn gnnnnnHn r aowaeH, ui the Headquarters ureninrf. A candidate tnn Assessor of Tioi,nioi ' 4VJ. Jh4CLCflUl 111 l(i)in QD I ...-. i . . liuvmq UOUntV tO th ant'tnn of the Democracy in Primary Election. 0. Hite is a candidate for Coun- CteUToti the 2nd Ward subject to action -of the Primary Election. Mar. 9Rth 7 ..-, MWW.A It is generally conceded by " country at large, that the Qp .ne Rosecrans letter was that Garfield sought vt aine, and the head of his to?. .motion over SiitvB Co .jt friend. ""BffiTT ifvrr! jyay, of Ysleta, Texas, w ,h .inks for a couv of the prqyrcsmkC published at aPao del Norte, Sabado, Marzo 11, de 1S82." We pnt in the s...

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 March 1882

I ifdfdw Ifc u VOL. I. Joe Colethard, one' of the Barnes con? Verts, united with the Christian "GhurcliJ i TuEwidbw.of Wm. Wheat, who died in Missouri,', was buried here- Sunday 7' '' " ....;.. " One is a "daisy," and.therotber.a lingM the "Ohmaha' and the. 'Hot' Blast Charter," These, tVo .sweefehewts can he seen at Alillfean & Pem'Ts.1 ' . On Sunday afternoon, jseventyrsinoreq children,confessed theJBarnea faith. Are there any-more children left in Paris' ?' -- 'Bfev.'DoRse'V' stolen mate has 'been ' found in Khoxconnty, near -'land-Gap, where the thief -sold her and afterwards -burglarized a house, whiTinec! to his arrest. .t. -- Pkoj1. Martlv, a man who tinkers with the weather, at Winchester, has ordered a big ice crop tocome by 15th of April. We are of the opinion that the Professor ought to be severely labored with. , . . Popular opinion has about softened the hardened hearts of the Cynthiana preachers'' to such an extent that Mr. Barnes4 will no doubt be permitted to ope...

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 March 1882

I I I Ml h u 1: 11 (I theology nr tjeob quamtebs. Vow, I's of a notion In my head dat when you coma to die, An' stan' de 'zamination in de Goto House in de sky, You'll be astonished at de questions de angel's gwin' to ax pi T7hen he gits you on de witness stan' anVpin yon to - rQ ... m i & jause ne'ii ax you mighty closely 'bout your doin'i in tho nights, $ Vl I An' de watermillion question's gwine to bodder you a Bight! Dan your eyea 11 -open wider den doy ebber done befo When he cliata you 'bout a scrape dat happened lang ago I De angels on de picket line er long de Milky Way Keeps a watchin' what you're dribin' at an hearing ' i what you say. "' ITo "matter what you want to do, no matter whaz to.3y"i'8 gwine, - , v . -1 Dey'a mighty ap' "to find it out an' pass it long de Aa orn at de meetin', when you make a fuss an' laugh,; ; ' Why, dey send de news by de golden en de angel In de orins, what's a settln' by de gate, Jes' on de ' elate f an you, better ioypur duty well, an ke...

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 March 1882

w .t 01 FAJRM AND HOME. Farm Bakings. A Kansas shipper states that a car will hold two more head of steers if they are destitute of horns. He thinks this a strong argument in favor of polled Angus cattle. Mb. Habbis Lewis gives it as his opinion that grazing for milk may be made to pay till land reaches $100 an acre. On land of greater value, grazing cows for profit is questionable. Evebt person1' who keeps chickens should raise garden peppers. A tea made by boiling them in water, and added to boiled potatoes or corn-meal dough is stated to be a sure preventive of cholera in fowls. Pulverized sulphur is an excellent substance to apply to fowls and cattle for the purpose of destroying or keeping away vermin, for the reason that the heat of the body causes it to become volatile, in which form it suffocates in-. sects. A celebrated French, breeder, who for many years held first rank in the art of fattening sheep, when urged to divulge his secret, replied : " My secret ? I have none ; i...

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 March 1882

fR I I! I If ni i S k r! r t I: tfr3jaripaBsQ&jc ;-! I WW" t Mi ' U1 - HE EOURBONNEWS. jrP,UDMSHED TUEBSDAYB AND FRIDAYS. ,!i ' BRUO& CHAMP, Editor "' 'Bourbon News Publishing Co. ..I i RATES. Oileyeur in advance, - $2.00 JH7swith in advance, - - 1,00 iU ii p t.l Entered t the IFoitomce at Millers ,bnrg, Kytj as ngcoad claw null matter :f,JW r& autfauriie& tt announce Dan, Bdta. jf tHe ' Headquartera wecinct, a -candidate for A&wwor of Nicholas J0ountysubjfet tp the action of the emobfatjy in Priinaty Election, nana fv ht mm i ! m ,Wm. Oi Bite isn candidate for Councilman of the 2nd "Ward, subject to action Qf'the Primary Election, Mar. 28th. a .-ii: The Altanta Constitution says 'tl&fr'f he object of "Wtii. A. Wheeler's Jvi'sif .to Florida, was to view the remains of a returning board. If war is averted between the .powers of Europe it will only be through the,, skillful diplomacy of the rulers. The people themselves are red-hot for a fight. - - - - A baby 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. — 7 April 1882

V- vol. i, ZjMal.jiV 3IiNXows for fishing bait, are quoted at fifteen cents, per dozen, in this market. Tae Democratic ticket for city officers, day. Bedford & Hedges' have mbyed -their entire stock of goods from Millersburg, to this place, and though not selling "at cost," are doing a pushing, thriving business. " Over one thousand of our citizens to the grand stand and had their savage breasts soothed with the JEolian strains of the "Wizard Oil song, fiddle and bonjo band, several nights this week. Will Isorigg, a fisherman of the p'ure cold waterfaith caught 16 newlights which weighed 16 lbs. while a lot "of boys of the Barnes faith fished all around him and couldn't get a nibble, on Tuesday last. -- The Crab Orchard Spring hotel property has been sold to John Shelby, for $35,000. Prof. O. P. Moore, who was conducting a school of 66 scholars in the building, vacated and moved his school to a church. Like a ram dumb before the shearer, Mary's little lamb now tumbles on his bac...

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. — 7 April 1882

AT I, A ST, BY JOHK tHtEEHLEAF WHIXXIEB. When on my day of life the nights falling,'"?, And, in the winds from unsunned spaces blown, I hear far voices out of darkness calling My feet to paths unknown. Thou who hast made my home of life so pleasant, Leave not its tenant when its walls decay. 0 Love divine, O Helper ever present, Be Thou my strength and stay I Be near me,when all else is from me drifting, Earth,' sky, home's pictures, days of Bhade and shine, And kindly faces to my own uplifting The love which answers mine. - 1 have but Thee, O Father ! Lei Thy spirit Be with me then to comfort and uphold ; Ho gate of pear,no branch of palm, I merit, , . ;Nor street of shining gold. .''? Suffice it if my good and ill unreckoned, . And both forgiven through Thy abounding grace I find myself by hands familiar beckoned Unto my fitting place. iome humble door among Thy many mansions, . Some sheltering shade, where sin and striving cease, And flows forever through Heaven's green The river...

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. — 7 April 1882

k I. FARM ifOTES. Farm Bakings, A correspondent of the" Rural World advises fruit growers to use old straw for a mulch for strawberries when applied in the spring to keep down weeds, as in a dry time the straw does not aetttle down to the giound. The question of narrow vs. broad tires is again being discussed in various parts of the country. There seem to be many good reasons why the broad tire is preferable for ordinary farm work. A team will draw a heavier load on soft ground, and can be driven where a narrow tire cannot be used. The subject is very interesting one. Mr. Watts, of South Carolina, reports having a female Angora goat that gives throughout the season four quarts of milk daily, and of a quality equal with that of any Jersey cow on his farm. He also says an Angora goat will thrive where a cow will starve, and six goats will subsist well in a pasture which would only afford sufficient nourishment for one cow. The average cut of green corn per acre in this country dees no...

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. — 7 April 1882

t mmammtimaiftmiM THE BOURBON NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FKIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Boubbon News Publishing Co. BT7BSCBIETIOK" BATES. One year in advance, $2.00 months in advance, 1.00 Entered at the Postoffice at Prrig, Asy., fts gecona ciass raau maucr.j tx fifiafi i & rscS ANNOUNCEMENT. AY are authorized to announce Dan, Bowdei of the Headquarters precinct, a candidate for Assessor of Nicholas Uounty subject to the action of the Democracy in Primary Election, Fickle Ohio, thou art ours ! Owingevilie is soon to be connected with Mt. Sterling by telephone. . imr I I J Alex. Stephens, after a life of twenty-five years in Crongress, will retire at the expiration of his term, to private life, in his 76th year. The New York Legislature has adopted a bill making it unlawful for managers of theaters to admit nhildran under fourteen vears of age without an adult companion. . ' Another millioniare, the third within a month, has been added to the roll of suicides. The pangs of pover...

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. — 11 April 1882

HE JR u !J k Irf'JJWr Sourbon News MO0MBtev MflBk. .K. .aHiwMHBS ' - ' H" ' V . J J J. ...jivai inii MHWi1UilltMi; ipdfci Afi argf 1 1 ii i J ' I I ' 1 E K:Xj"5T. .? VOL. I. !?ABIS, BOtJBBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY, APBIL, 11, 18S2. NO. 11, The circus is almost in sight. Take your overcoat out of pawn again. A slight fall of the beautiful this morning. .. ...... See the card of Keller Thomas' celebrated horse. ' , The Odd Fellows of this city will cele brate the 26th. . The Oder murder case is now being tried at Cy nthian a. ' " John Stoker still Holds on to his chicken gaffs, on suspicion. The show of gentleman horses at Carlisle, was small yesterday. .,' 4. " J. A. Remington's Avife died in Saturday, of consumption. -: , Frank Garb's excursion train Sunday, had 169 passengers from all points. - -o A pleasant place for rent. Two large rooms and kitchen. Apply to John Gaper. -- A nEATY snow storm raged at Carlisle yesterday, but it soon melted after striking the ground. . The Bour...

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. — 11 April 1882

i CURRENT NEtFS. Oxford defeated the Cambridge crowbj six lengths. 49 V--1 The assassins of General Strelnikoff were hanged at Odessa. " Patti, the divine prima donna, sailed for Europe on the 4th inst. Holdek, of North Carolina, has been stricken with paralysis. Five cattle thieves were lynched in the neigh-: ;borhood'of Pueblo, CoL, by a mob. Thebe is a serious famine in Zululand, where i"-- thVcrops havevf ailed because of the drouth. rALL. the railroads RenteringQuebec were blockedby sSveral'feerof snoYon the 2d inst. Three thousand coal miners in the Pittsburg district struck last week against a reduction of pay- i w t w A vibe in Standard Oil Refinery No. 1, Pitta- burg,! destroyed 'property-to .the? value oil $125,000. " Water In Morgan City, La., on the 6th inst, was from two to eleven feet deep, the, highest fcn record. .'--- '- i J fj Minister Hublbut, United States Minister tovPeru, died suddenly pf .heart disease, at Irima,1 March 28. A. and grain warehouse was '' destro...

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. — 11 April 1882

i$ HarrLsburg (Pa.) Independent. They TVere Kot Disappointed. Many people, especially those of a credulous nature, seemed doomed to experience many and bitter disappointments. The clouds lower and the tempest roar, especially to defeat some pet plan or object of theirs ; or the sun shines too hotly or the -winds blow too harshly, juBt to interfere with their anticipated pleasure. Friends desert them and prove false when friendship is most needed, and business vanishes, leaving nothing but loss. In fact, whatever they touch turns to ashes. Disappointment seems to meet them at every step unless it be that sickness is abroad, and then they are sure of something. If it be rheumatism or other painful ailment that seizes them, some friend or other mentions St. Jacobs Oil, using whioh they cannot experience disappointment," for the Great German Bemedy will cure all maladies of a painful nature. The following experience bears upon this point : Mr. E. L. Buss, living jn the corner of Broad a...

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. — 11 April 1882

:t v,r I'.i :a TP. BOURBON MWS. f .lfUIED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.. 'i-' E CHAMP, Editor jws Publishing Co. SUJJfrlKJLr LION BATES. One year in wdvunce, - $2.00 Six months in advance, - - 1.00 Entered at the Poatoffic At Prris, Ky., u fecond class mail matter. ANNOUNCEMENT. W are authorized to announce Dan. Bowdem. of the Headquarters precinct, a candidate for Assessor of Nicholas County subject to the action of the Democracy in Primary Election. There is nothing our Legislature could do with so much benefit to the State and credit to themselves, as to shut up shop and go home. Ir.all the new enterprises were to be suddenly consumated, which are set 'afloat by the Lexington newspapers, Paris would have to draw up, or Lexington would soon crowd her over into Stoner. -There seems to be an epidemic of "Billy the Kid" in this country. Two or three of him have been hung in the southwest, several more are in diflerent penitentiaries, and another has just recieved a five years' sentence at Al...

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. — 14 April 1882

t i J W W Hj - ap"aw' Circuit Court -will commence Monday. The late freeze killed most of the fruit. Tub Mayor and new Council were sworn in Tusday night -- Many farmers say their wheat is damaged by the late freezes. Work will begin on the street railway of Lexington, on May 1st. Sells Bros.' will only make six stops in the State with their great show. 4fr A Cynthiana girl asked Mr. Barnes if he could remove freckles by annointing. It is about settled that the Capital will not be removed from Frankfort this whirl. , Geo. Dorsey now occupies his brother Ammi's position as clerk, at Tom Bash-ford's. ...j .t .. .... Peas that were a foot high, are now flat on the ground so says Frank Reni- ington of his. -- Now that the fruit has been thoroughly killed, we may look for some July weather in a few days. -- All passenger trains on the K. C. leave Lexington now from the new depot of the Big Sandy road. A pleasant place for rent. Two, large rooms and kitchen. Apply to- John Ga-p r. When 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. — 14 April 1882

h l U V THE BROOK BY JAMXS WHITC05& KILET. k. Xlttlebrookl Little brook! You haYO Buch a happy look uciTa very niofry manner, as you aworre and ourra and crook I And your ripples, one and one, Beach each other's hands and run Like laughing little children in the sun. Little brook, Bing to me ; ; Sinsr.about a bumble-bee That tumbled Irom a lily-bell and gramblad muni' Because ho wet the film fi Of and-had to'swim, While the water bugs, raced .round and laughed i . v at him. ,. . . , - .. d LittlQjbrook sing a-Bong,. i wTl i: i i.l X&tattong Down the golden-braided. center. of fyour4 current wuiana Birong, On the tilting lim of it, Androdeawayand wasn't scared r i JP '' And Bing how oft in glee Came a truant boy like me, Who loved to.lean andiisten to your;lUtingjm?lody, Till the gurgle and refrain . Ofjrour music in his brain "Wrought a happiness as keen to him as pain.. ?;;.? - .' . Little brook laugh and weep Do not let the dreamer weep ; ling him all the songs of summer t...

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. — 14 April 1882

- &.- - EARM NOTES. Farm Makings. Mr&K should stand at least thirty-six tours before skimming to get good results. Mb. W. J. Fowieb, Henrietta, N, Y., realized last, year from his quince crop at the rate of 500 per acre; A vETERiNiir "writer condemns .high mangers for horses, as they irritate the throat and create a. tendency to heaves. The manger should be- nearly on a level ffith the feet, as that is in accordance with nature. , , ; . Evbx farmer should select a portion of rich -soil clear i from? weeds, which, should, be devoted tp roots, such as beets, :turnips, rutabagas or .carrots for feeding cattle, They are'good starters for fall feeding. A tbiaIi "was made last seaaon in Scot-; land to test the feeding value of an acre of cabbage " compared with an acre of Swedish turnips for fattening sheep, and it was found that the cabbages were worth very nearly $20 the most. Oub farmers can raise 100 loads of pumpkins with very little trouble: Put the seeds into the corn plant...

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. — 14 April 1882

;l II jt. , TIE BOURBOK NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. :, BJtUCE CHAMP, Editor .-Bourbon News Publishing Co. subscbiptioit BATES. One year in advance, -Six - - $2.00 months in advance, - - 1.00 JJkJSEL i e Potoffic at Prris, f as ftieond yi) class mail aatter.J AKKOUKCBMBNT. W rm authoriied to announce Dan. Bowdejji of the Headquarters precinetj candidate for AmWL. . .... r. r v AiiKJuuiHt to tn action of t Bwnocfgcy in Primary Election. e Th LatlicvillA Tmnmt M& Hartford .Hemta r ,'" 0welJ 9iU? fiiinocratic par- ud f sr iUer fbwxi or Capt. Tor - Henry. 0UNNIKGHAM.0f.tha8 City,iB.ir' profaafa spoken of-as, a fk. candidate for the w of the Superior Court recently! eataouynea oy me legislature. I anybody can . name a - Better! Presidential ticket than Thurman.f , a "of Ohio, and Carlisle, of Kentucky, he will' have to manage to put "the Ber. Gfe. 0. Barnes on wifcn fome good Eafltern man. . The City Council of Lexington has by a vote of eight to two, decided to throw a bone...

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