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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 27 February 1883

. , " s , "--JL JUbrr; JDU.tJitBUJN " XN Jil WMf" f j .' .- 'JI '! .. x 1T 'I M nr ' VOL. II. PARIS, BOTJRBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1883. NO.105 Ben Paton has a lock of Craft's hair. Two of-the Louisville soldiers are very ill at Grayson. Cynthiana contributed $450 to the Newport sufferers The Alice Oates Opera Company -will perform here April 4th. Now the Wizai d Oil men are threatening to come among us. Reserved seats for the Nilsson Matinee can be had at depot for two days. m The nest meeting of the Mexican war veterans will be held at Cynthiaua. There's a fourteen-month 's old prisoner in our jail but it's mother is with it Oscar Johnson isHfery dence of Curt Liter, on upper Main street. -o The army of Kentucky was greeted at our depot Saturday afternoon, by 500 citizens. Tjie Kentucky Central Extension will be finished from Paris to Richmond in two months. . Jno. Templeman started a new 'buss Monday," plying . from the Thurston House to the depot - Strawberrie...

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. — 27 February 1883

THE 3STBWB. SAEIS. KENTUCKY HEWS OFTHE WEEK Ckmdaxxsed and Int Into Rea d-, able Shape. cexeKEssioxAii pkoceebings. In the United States Senate on the 19th a per tition wu .presented in f aror of the Illinois and Hichlgan Canal. A bill granting a pension to the wiiew of General Warren was agreed tov The Tariff bill was taken up, the pending amendments teiag those of Mr. Sherman to the metal schedule, some of which were" adopted In the House the Sundry Civil Appropriation bill was reported. A report was received recommending the seating f Mr. Cook, of Iwa. Bills to reduce the revenue of the United States were introduced, reducing all taxes on imports 15 per cent., to distribute the Eurplus of the National revenue among the several . States, to authorize the construction of bridges on Kanawha, to authorize the extension of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad to Fortress Monroe, to authorize bridges on the Illinois and Missouri Bivers. Resolutions were introduced for the publication of di...

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. — 27 February 1883

. 7 ; 1 - i . if i " FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Alum is one of the best additions to make -whitewash of lime that "will not tub off. Kentucky claims and probably receives more for her fine stock than any other State. To prevent sausages from bursting when cooking, never make a hole in them with a fork while turning them. Toledo made. For the common sitting-room a table-spread made of canton flannel is useful; the border made of the figured or brocaded canton flannel, which is a novelty in the stores just now; or you may trim it simply with a stripe of cretonne. & Y. Post. If the beef seems tousjh, use the cutter; mold the meat, after seasoning well, into small, flat cakes:, flour lightly and fry quickly. We consider this a great improvement over the old way of frying tough steaks which none were able to eat. N. Y. Times. Hard Soap: Two and -one-half pounds of unslacked lime, to which pour six quarts of boiling-water; two and one-pounds of sal soda, to which pour six quarts of boiling w...

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. — 27 February 1883

THE BOURBON NEWS, " r - . j ' PUBCISHID TUESDAYS AND FKIDAYS. - BRUCE CHAMP, Editor "Bourbon News Publishing Co. STJBBOBIPTIOK" BATES. One year in advance, $2.00 "b: months in advance, 1.00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, rC. 5 second class mail matter. ,.jTSVJi'"gi 3Mi.il " ,mg 'J3 Tfo: r.re authorized to announce Chas. Offuttasa candidate for re-election- to represent Bourbon county in the next House of Eepresentatives, subject to the action of the Democratic party. It is conceded now that there will be no extra session of Congress. - A check for $2,500 was received air Cincinnati last week, from W. H. Vanderbilt for the flood sufferers. There are 609 saloons in aefcive operation in the state of Kansas, with several counties yet to hear from. Tee primary election for legislative candidates, 'takes place' in Harrison county, the first Saturday an April. Bill Nye, editor of the Laramie Snomerang, has the spinal and is in Colorado, with hopes of recoyery. The Cincinnati Commerci...

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. — 2 March 1883

ft , v . Da. John M. Duke died at Maysville Monday. -- Pon't forget th6Nills3on Matinee excursion to-morrow. - . John Smith, glories in. a new and dazzling tin. .sign. - SEVEKAL.'business houses could be utilized here now to good advantage. . Judge Banta, of Nicholas county has announced himself as candidate for State Senator. 4 Fobw AKfe Pabriset, agent for the London Assurance, have paid Jack Neal's policy, in full. ' W. F. Puewitt, a Cla'rk county farmer, feamadeqaaggmiJabjlp. ' ities, $18,000. V . Oall and see Henry Dauni and Ed. Ryan, at the new barber- shop over McClurfe & Ingels. Now would be a good time for some of the insurance offices to advertise with us. We'll take out a policy. ot There is some talk of the establishment at Lexington, by Eastern capitalists, of a Trust Company with a capital of $3,000,- ' 000. g . The new merchant tailoring establishment of James and Garret Davis, opened out yesterday with a fine line of Spring goods. Bet Williams, the colored girl w...

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. — 2 March 1883

Drinking Water on a Wager, . Edmund Spencer stepped forward, flanked on his right side by Johnny Clarke and Mr. Byrne, who made the bet with the former that Spencer could not drink a quart of Schuylkill water inside of ten minutes on six consecutive nights. The hero of the hour examined the pail with a critical eye. Mr. Byrne moyed toward the table and made a motion as if to pour out the water. Spencer waved him Dack and remarked, with a huge wink, to the audience: "Gentlemen I can drink this water,- dirty as ,. it is, provided they let me pour it out; but I don't know what Mr. Byrne may -put in it if he pours it out. So here goes?' As he said this he lifted the quart pail with a trembling hand, and filled one by one the five beer glasses. This melancholy task having been accomplished, he cleared his thioat, winked both eyes violently several times, as if to compose his nerves and direct his thoughts heavenward, rammed his hands into his breeches pockets, and stood waiting the signa...

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. — 2 March 1883

p. w s t f 3 A THE KEWS PABIS. KENTUCKY. WBDDINA DAY. Tbey stood together, hnnd in han, mid the happy wedding cheer, Upon the borders of a land whose rare, enchanted annosphcro They had not breathed yet; not a blur Of doubt her perfect faith could dim-He was a man of men for her She, the one woman made for him. They stood, exchanging troth and plight, Five years ago They know the realm that stretched beyond Held hights whereon .the purple play Of love'-s full sunshine, fair and fond, Was never seen to fade away. They knew that thero were gulfs to cross, And many a tangled path to tread; But whether strewn with llints or mos3. What need they care, since overheard The lambent honeymoon shone bright, Five years ago to-night? Twas not to be a Betting moon, Like earthly ones, but Heavenly clear, To pour its beams a steadfast boon Oi blessing thro' the circling year. And now into each other's eyes They look andsay; "Our ftreams come true. But could it, dear, bo otherwise With you to love ...

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. — 2 March 1883

I j, wspr 1HE BOOEBOU NEWS. FUlflCD TUESDAYS AND FflnSATS. MMJCE CHAMP, Editor Boubbon News Publishing Co. " J iltrri i SXJBSOBIPTIOH" BATES. On year- in idrance, $2.00 Kx' months in advance, - - 1.00 rRntEfrcd at the Post-office at Paris, yM as second class mail matter. nM ANS"GirNCEB2ENT. ' AVr. are authorized to announce Chas. Offutt as a candidate for re-election to tfpnresfent Bourbon county in the next House of Eepresentatives, subject to the action ot the Democratic party. These . sunshiny days have wooed -the blue bird from his retreat and thawed out the festive fly.: . The bonds of a public official are always good until they are wanted .in court, and then they .arc good for nothing. There is some ' cempension in the thought that when the windy March comes in the windy Congress will go out. - At last there is something, like system in the .regulation of the weather. It has. rained every Saturday for nearly two months. Two more attempts were made to burn the Missouri peniten...

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 March 1883

!ss3 .4. ? n f!0 k X w. It didn't rain here Saturday or Sun day. -&- Tub English sparrows are beginning to build their nests. -- Look out for the great "Wiggi ns storm Saturday and Sunday ! The K. 0, has put on another freight train to meet the demands of the extra traffic. excursionists from this place, attended the Nilsson matinee Saturday. -Hf Dud Talbott sold his tobacco to a Mr. Marshall, of Maysville, at 10 cents all around. The Boston Operatic Minstrels are billed for our Opera House Friday night, the, 9th Inst. 4 Ton Richardson, for carrying concealed weapons, was fined $25 and imprisoned for ten days. There have been seven cases of smallpox, with two deaths, at Mt. Sterling, this season. . n The pay 'roll of theLexington Guards for the Grayson campaign will aggregate about $1,800. Doc AVeatherby likes the News so well that he always reads it through twice, very closely. -- The residence of Elder Jones, of the Christan church, was burned near Lexington, last Friday. -- T...

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 March 1883

l TH1 8 AEB. KENTUCKY NEWS OF THE WEEK Condensed and I? tat Into Bead-1 able Shape. DOSOBSTIC A Brazilian bank teller has been arrested in New York for embezzling tie funds of a bank at Rio Janeiro. The Maine House of Representatives has passed the bill restoring the death penalty. The George H. Taylor Paper Company, of Chicago, has failed for $400,000. William, James and Richard Thompson, three brothers who committed extensive railroad robberies at Dallas, Texas, and who broke jail there some days ago, are recaptured. They confessed their guilt and promised to give away a large number of confederates. Charles H. Cato probably fatally shot the widow of M. S. Anderson and then killed himself at Lawrence, Mass., on the 28th. Cato leaves a widow and family in Boston. At New Haven, Conn., a few days ago, James M. Portland, convicted of theft, andwho voted while his disabilities were existing, was sentenced to eighteen months imprisonment. Edward Richardson, of New York City, died sudden...

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 March 1883

"!i tv i. r . V r a 1 '! i mhrtf 4 FARM AftD HOUSEHOLD. Changing the position of window plants by turning the opposite side to the window, is injurious and should be avoided. It is not enough to know that the corn grows, but every boy educated for the farm ought to know how it grows, and be able to give the chemical properties of stalk, blade and ear. AM yet our common schools seldom teach it. Iowa State jRegister. There is danger, as many people have found to their sorrow, of a gossamer waterproof cracking when stiflened by cold; so before c putting it on, in severe weather, warm it before the fire, both outside and in, and this danger is averted. Chicago Journal. A breakfast-dish which is welcome on many tables is made by shaving very thin a piece of frozen beef; heat a little butter in a frying-pan, and when hot put the beef in; it will cook in five minutes; season with salt and pepper, and serve when hot. To vary it you may add one or two beaten eggs to it a minute or two before...

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 March 1883

1P ) .v..? V lu rr im-v n w FARM AM) HOUSEHOLD. Changing the position of window plants by turning the opposite side to the window, is injurious and should be Avoided. It is not enough to know that the corn grow3, but every boy educated for the farm ought to know how it grows, and be able to give the chemical properties of stalk, blade and ear. AM yet our common schools seldom teach it. Iowa State Megister. There is danger, as many people have found to their sorrow, of a gossamer waterproof cracking when stiffened by cold; so before0 putting it on, in severe weather, warm it before the fire, both outside and in, and this danger is averted. Chicago Journal. A breakfast-dish which is welcome on many tables is made by shaving very thin a piece of frozen beef; heat a little Dutter in a ana wnen not put the beef in; it will cook in five minutes; season with salt and pepper, and serve when hot. To vary it you may add one or two beaten eggs to it a minute or two before taking it from the fi...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 6 March 1883

-- - - . . -. . . .. I r it i ( , i m, BOURBON NEWS. PUBOBBED TUESDAYS AND FBDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor ' Bouiwon News Pubmsiiing Co. STJBSOHIPTIOH" BATES. One year in advance, - - $2.00 months in advance, - - - 1.00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, rvw, as second class mail matter. ANNOUNCEMENT. Vht are authorized to announce Chas, OEfatt as a candidate for re-election to represent Bourbon county in the next House of Representatives, subject to the action oi the Democratic party. The boss fisherman is now scoring for his annual tirade of Spring lies. Mrs. Gen. Helm has been con-confirmed as postmistress of - TnE Adjutant General estimates the cost of sending the militia to rayson at $25,000. .-- The President appointed 200 -.roasters in February, twenty OI jom were ladies. The steamer Yazoo sunk on he LowerMississippi Sunday morning. and sixteen live3 were lost. Hon. J. Proctor 'Knott, candidate for Governor, will speak in Cynthiana on Court-day in March. o- - The Senate passed ...

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. — 9 March 1883

B The Bourbon News. 3E2SE -S ( 1 1 in VOL. II. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRiDAY. MARCH 9, 18S3. NO. 108. mm Easteb Sunday conies on March 25th this year. -4- Jamboree is the name of a post-office in Pike county. -- The Lexington News has a lady printer setting type. The tobacco crop is Tolling in here at a lively rate every day. Over 250 guests took dinner at the Bourbon House, Court-day. - The Salvation Army tackled Paducah but gave Lexington the shake. -- An otter was killed and two others escaped, at Wade?s Mills, Clark county, a few days ago. The assertion that sun dogs belong to the sky terrier breed iB not fully credited by this paper. Craft's brother came doT?n to Lexington to visit him, got on a drunk and lodged in the cooler. During the late flood, a natural fountain near Harrodshurg, spouted water twenty feet high. -4- Frult men say the buds are all right. Grapes, peaches and the small fruits are generally safe so far. 4 While in a playtul scuffle at Frankfort Chas....

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. — 9 March 1883

ft- f L ill t Rich Ragpickers. "lie had Sl,200 and my father gave us $1,500 to go to housekeeping," said the little girl wife of the Italian who was killed in the Sixth ward recently by one of hft countrymen. Hoy the unfortunate young man had been able to save 1,200, in view of the fact that he was onjy nineteen years old and the best situation he ever had was the one he held the day of his death he was foreman of a scow in the street-cleaning department mystified everybody but his Italian" neighbors. A tour made in the Italian colony in Baxter street and vicinity will convince anyone who undertakes it that there are good reasons why the "miserable poor" to be folmd there have bank accounts. In the first place, the Italian colony enjoys a monopoly of the ragpicking business. The" Italians have it, hold it, and are very likely not to be disturbed in their possession of. it But it is an interesting fact that even the Italians themselves look upon the business with contempt. It seems 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. — 9 March 1883

lKTHE NE8. PARIS. : : : KENTUCKY MY HUSBAND. "Who took mo'from my ohildhood'a'homei" jLnd said he'd love me all alone, .And or my sacrifice alone? My husband. -Who grumbled at the poor beefsteak, .And bade me better coffee make, And told me greater care to take? My husband. -Who swore because the baby cried. And to the spare room quickly hied Whllo I to quiet vainly tried? Sly husband. Who tears the buttons off his shirt, jLnd says I could those ills avert If I "was more on the alert? My husband. Who lsado me rise tho fir to maka, 'While "he another nap should take, Although I'd been all night 'awake? My husband. Who, I ask for half a crown, Knits tup his brors into a frown And asks me "Where's the other gone?" My husband. .And when 1 see my mother dear Who tries my lonely lot to cheer Who says she's dreadful, dreadful queer? My husband. Who stays away till late at night, And then comes home so very tight That nearly I expire of fright? My husband. Who breaks the china, slams the do...

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. — 9 March 1883

a I' .. THE BQBffBOfl NEWS. PIPDHSIZKD TUESDAYS AND FMDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Bourbon "News Publishing Co. STTBBCBIPTIOM" BATE8. One year in. advance, - - - $2. 00 Six months in advance, - 1. 00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, K y., as second class mail matter. ANNOUNCEMENT. AYa are authorized to announce Chas. Offutt as a candidate for re-election to represent Bourbon county in the next House of Representatives, subject to the action of the Democratic party. During the year 1882 Kentucky had 152 failures of business houses. Nominal capital. , , , .,..- A War claim of Kentucky for 129,000 got through Congress in the deficiency bill. i Justice is the first virtue of those who command, and stops the complaint of those who obey. . The new two cent letter postage stamp will be licked for .the first time on the first day of next October. ' s Tnis only way to make the mass of mankind see the, beauty of justice, is by showing them the consequence of injustice. Justice is a full brot...

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. — 13 March 1883

The jl "T Y v -4 jSWb1" - 9lr ' .? A -.JK 5C WfiWttif -v , , - vft Si -J!" : -- WMl!Wv ..''. ii mm 7 t:i f v- OURBON r. t ::? 4' ; kL , i i " pff'm SSH I till 4fr , "' ?r ; . . t VOL. n. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY. MARCH 13, 1883. NO.10O' WH .VSXX3CBSSSSS9 Next Saturday will be St. Patrick's day. -- Julia. Hunt is touring Southern Kentucky. -- The Blackburn Guards get $1,204 for their late campaign. -- J. 0. A. King, of Helena, sold to T. T. Carr, a fine jack for $500. -0- Bob SiiiTn, of Lexington, is now at work for the Cincinnati News. -- Revs. B. E. Bristow and S. X. Hall are holding a revival at Maysville. -- Green Keller's mother-in-law was buried in Mason county Saturday. -- NickKriener is clearing away the rubbish .from his lot and preparing to build. -- Business to the amount of $12,295 was transacted at the Winchester depot last month. 34 . ''Centerville" made the turkey feathers fly from Bev. Dorsey in Saturday's Wiggins blew a horse and cart over an embankme...

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. — 13 March 1883

l fi! K THE NEWS. BABSL JCTNTOCKY. be NEWS OF THE WEEK Condensed, and Put Into Readable Shape. to In the United States Senate on the 3d the unendment iras agreed to authorizing the paying f a proper sum. not to exceed S3.000, to Charles H. Reed for defending Guiteau. The thanks of the .Benete -were tendered to David Daris, the retiring President pro tempore. The RiTer and Harbor bill was reported back "without recommendation In Ihe House the conference report was adopted. In Ihe evening the bill modifying the postal money rder system tras passed without amendment. Ik the United States Senate on the 4th the doors were opened after an executive session at 3 a. m. At 3:45 the Senate took a recess until 4 o'clock,and at 5 o'clock another recess was taken until 10, at which hour the body was reconvened and remained In session until exactly 12 o'clock, when an adjournment was had sine die. The Committee n Pensions was continued as now constituted until December. The ioint resolution allow...

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. — 13 March 1883

; i n (I sr m FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. The best time to dig a well is during Severe drouth, and if a good vein ia then reached, little fear need be entertained that the supply will fail. N. E. Farmer. Oil cloth may be kept bright when almost worn out if, after washing it, you take a flannel cloth and dip a corner of it in kerosene and rub the oil-cloth with it. Of course, a very little oil goes a great way, and care must be taken not to use too much. N. Y. Post. The best crop for an orchard is potatoes; early potatoes may be followed by buckwheat, and this might be plowed in and so help the trees. The cultivation and the potato tops will do the grdund much good. Beans or oats are also good crops for orchards. N. Y. Times. Orange Ice : Sq ueeze the iuice from six large oranges and two lemons; pour about five gills of boiling water over the broken peel and pulp, and let it stand until cool; then strain and add the water to the orange and lemon juice. Sweeten to taste with loaf sugar and fr...

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