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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 13 March 1883

) r tA w r m 333 - " - " mE BQMBOfl NEWS. PUBBKHBO TUESDAYS AND HMD AYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Bourbon News Publishing Co. SUBSCRIPTION EATEB. One year in advance, - - - $2. 00 Six months in advance, 1.00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, Ky., as second class mail matter. AJOTOUNOE3IENT. ; 'WSe 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. Congress went out unwept, un-honored and unhung. Ten cents' worth of dynamite is a bigger man than a church steeple. 'Almost anyone can predict a storm in March. The trouble is to predict fine weather. v Logan McKee is mentioned as Republican candidate for the Legislature in Boyle county, The new revenue bill contains a provision which will allow tobacco growers to sell 100 pounds at retail annally. Robert V. Dodd, of Petersburg, Va., cattle dealer, was shot dead during a quarrel with an unknown person at Hu li...

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. — 20 March 1883

u 1 HE If this amtopring, what on earth is it? -- Willis North, col'd was killed bv the I cars at Winchester, Friday. ' TnBRE are 640 patients in the Eastern Kentucky Lunatic Asylum. .- Clabk County National Bank stock sells rapidly at $180 per share. Ashes of roses has made its among the aesthetic colors. The jury disagreed in the Oder murder trial at Falmouth, last week. Birds and fruits form a part of the design of many of the dressiest sateens. . House-cleaning time draws near, and the married man js bracing up casion. . ,. Oleohakqakine sells more rapidly in Lexington .at fifty cents -per pound- than at twenty cents. Ciias. of this precinct, has a living lamb which, has six legs. Four., of them are front legs. - Potatoes of fine quality are abundant in Lexington al from sixty to seventy-five cents per bushel. -4- Jakk Schwartz will erect a two-story brick business house on Main Street, next to JohnlCieley's shoe store. - Poyntz & Son, of Maysville, took 190 barrels of whisk...

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. — 20 March 1883

b 7 jbIHIk J SARB. NEWS OF THE WEEK Condensed and JPut Into Readable Shape. AT HMEi Mrs. Henrt Kline, living near Long Island, on the 13th, went calling and left her three children, one hoy, aged ten, and two girls, aged respectively eight and six years, alone in the house. A3 soon as the mother was ont of sight the boy concluded, as he said, to have some fan, and placing his oldest sister in the middle of the room, he took an old musket that was standing in the corner, pointed it at her and fired, the bullet striking the girl on the shoulder, making a frightful wound. Her recovery is doubtful. A special meeting of the Lebanon classes of the Reformed Church' was held at Hamburg, Pa., on the 13th to try the Rev. Alex. S. Keyser, of Pottsville against whom Elizabeth K. Miller preferred charges. After an exciting ecclesiastical trial, lasting until morning, Keyser was found guilty of seduction, breach of promise of marriage and falsehood, and therefore deposed from the Christian minist...

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. — 20 March 1883

9 t FAKM AND HOUSEHOLD. When bread is taken from the oven, ming a clean cloth out of water and . wrap around it. Then cover tightly with theMiBual bread cloth. This makes the crust nice and tender. The Household. A good way to clean lamp burners when they have become covered with joot and gum is to boil them up in a strong solution of soda water. The wicks need an occasional washing, too, to remove sediment A correspondent of the Fruit Recorder pays that common tobacco stems placed on the ground round currant-bushes in the spring, before the frost is out, will keep off the currant worm and keep the bushes clean. The tobacco is distasteful to the worms, and they will not crawl over it to ascend the bushes. A correspondent of the Ohio Farmer jays: "All the early fruit and all the large fruit grow on the first vine. I have never seen a large melon or pumpkin grow on a branch or lateral vine. All the fine melons grow on the firetfvine. The nearer the fruit sets to the root (or hill) the...

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. — 20 March 1883

'HE BONBON NEWS. TXTBUiBXD TUESDAYS AND FMDAYS. 3RUCE CHAMP, Editor Uoubbon News Publishing Co. 8UBSOBIPTIOH" EATIS. One year in. advance, - - - $2.00 Six months in advance, - - - 1. 00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, Ky., as second class mail matter. ANNOUNCEMENT. . "Wb 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. 1 ' BMWI Br BBB3B Corn is knee high in Hernando County, Florida. There is another tail about a new comet coming. : ' Some men have n't got as mucfr Bense as a new nickle. V . The Irish Societies of New York city are preparing 'a reception for Parnell. i- Nearly 20,000 dozen eggs have been shipped from Glasgow in the past two weeks. . , Another lunatic has escaped from Anchorage and followed Tom Buford to Indiana. Gov. McCbeary says the prospects for Three Forks railroads are brighter than ever. During che year 1880; 756,890 perso...

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. — 23 March 1883

riiTTT1 '' .hi L' Wi,1' ir .' w . if Jr- S ffl i j ,. I " U t AL' .I Hill I I M 'Hi' J HWM " 3VE X -"W E !ES IK Xj IT . vol. n. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1883. NO. 112, ftT"g7"rreagagBa3J&jK K . .Sunday next will be Easter. o Dry Goods clerks are good mediums.' Paducah has seventeen cases of. smallpox. -- Wild ducks never were so plentiful on Stoner as at present. On, ho! Lexington has no' haunted house, and Paris has ! The statue of John 0. Breckenridge, will be completed by May 1st. The Odd Fellows of Winchester, will erect a new three-story hall. Butter 40 cents per pounl, and eggs 15 cents per dozen, at retail. The primary election of Nicholas county, will be -held on April 7th. A child, at Lexington, got badly poisoned by chewing green paper. Thkke are fourteen cases of small-pox in the outskirts of Mt. Sterling. ! McClure & Ingels have received a new and nobby line of spring hats. Arrangmbnts have been made for building a first-class hotel at M...

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. — 23 March 1883

t" The Bed Spectrex or the Tuileries. Are the contractors-engaged in ptiilingj down the burnt Palace of the Tuileries .ware that they are also laying a ghost? Ct is doubtful, for the legend of the Ked Spectre who haunted, and may still daunt, the building is now almost forgotten. Yet it is not ao long ago that the goblin, who showed himself on the eve of reat disasters, was mentioned with bated breath, not only in the Palace, but by many of the inhabitants of the Louvre Quartier. There is no record to show when he first took up his lodging at the Tuileries, but it is affirmed that he disclosed his existence there most unmistakably during the great revolutionary period. A few' days before the terrible 10th of August, 1793 so the story goes-Marie Antoinette's women were sitting in the Salle des Gardes when they became suddenly aware of the presence of a email man clothed from crown to heel in scarlet, who looked at them with such unearthly eyes that they were frozen with terror. They ...

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. — 23 March 1883

tti "T tti "iv'r'Q T II Jtii JNEWfe. PARI& KENTUCKY A MIDWINTER NIGHT. -Tha hillsides end hollows are cheerless and lone; The leaves of the woodland lie scattered arid strown; 'The rivers are ice-bound; the tall trees are hare: The enowflakes are falling1 like down through the air; Th windows ar frosted with crystalline leaves; "The glittering icicles cling to the eaves; The night-wind is wailing o'er mountain and plain. With sound like the moan of a mortal in pain; The stars overhead are all hidden from sight; The "world," with its wonders, is wakeful tonight. The gaslights are gleaming in "Vanity" Fair," And Beauty and Fashion are reveling there, "Where Envy, where Malice, where Selfishness reign; Where poverty meets with aversive disdain; "Where red wine is running with bounteous flow; Where diamonds are sparkling on bosoms of snow; Where wild eyes are glancing at each lovely face; Where gayforms arc dancing in satin ard lace; Where revelry dwells; where the prodigals cry: "L...

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. — 23 March 1883

- ? f xr at JsyagsigEjeaja ,- " - i..5- T?-fl,-: .;!ffuai;!i;i mE BOBKBOfl iWS. PffBLlSHSD TUB3DAYS AND FJEKOAY3. BRCJCE CHAMP, Editor BouiaoN Kjews Publishing Qo. subsobiptiom; bates. Urns, year in advance, - - - $2. 00 a;v months in advance, - - 1. 00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, K.y., as second class mail matter. ANNOUNCEIHENT. We are authorized to announce Chas. Offutt as a candidate ior re-election to represent Bourbon county in the next House of Representatives, subject to the action of the Democratic party. The Cincinnati Democrats have nominated Thos. J. Stephens for Mayor. ., , GkK. Phil, Cook and ex-Congressman Mclntyre are the newest candidates for Governor of Georgia. A granite monument is to be erected at Andersonville, Ga., in memory of the Federal soldiers who are buried there. Two Eastern Postmasters were arrested for robbing the mails. Civil Service Reform does not reform Postmasters. Railroads entering at Cincinnati have all the freight they oan Carry. This...

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. — 27 March 1883

! V ! A i inn sHk. "r ',. - m - - TWFmUx"wWI7"mWm'm'F' SsJI '-" .1 : j art r j , TF T"l T Wr""" OXT IN Jjj W : ; - J JL JLJF VjT J. o. t MHHfMMa , 31 '! '"I" ! ; si ijr " - Hi. n-WT !LI' ".'.! '"ilJ." T fj t , VOL.IL ,. PABIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1883. N. 113. The tobacco fly will soon be big enough to cuss. - J. X Lovely is visiting his daughter in Virginia. To the wife bLGeo. Ingles, a daughter, last Saturday. The tobacco wagons are rolling in heavily loaded. -- Paris now has telephone connection with Louisville. . Oke of the most popular "isms" just now is rheumatism. Easier Sunday appears on March 31st every hundred years. " , - StfktKct vegetables have made their in our market. '- " Calls oh candidates and their answers, charged 10 cents per line in this paper; Earl & "Wilson's collars and cuffs in late spring styles, at J. L. Taylor & Oo's, -$ G. G-. White's distiller' had to stop running for the. repairs of a broken -&- F. Minor, for the m...

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 March 1883

H i 5 i &g&3PZ&$!&j&asm!ai&!ts. THE STE"W-S. PABKL KJTUCKY NEWS OF THE WEEK Oondoased. and J?u.t Into "" able Shape. TFASIXOrGTOPr BRIEFS. Star-route trial the Government has closed the Brady. There is a difference o opinion as to whether -.the examination was made to yield all-it should have yielded. A question was submitted to the Director of the Mint, at Washington, as to whether an officer of the Mint could legally accept the office of Mayor- of the 'city. The Director replied under an executive order issued in 1873, acceptance of such office would vacate the Federal office. Instructions have been forwarded to the commander of the Department of Dakota for the removal of Sitting Bull and his immediate followers, now under military surveillance at Fort Kandall, to the Standing Rock Agency, where.others of the Sioux reservation Indians are stationed. The savages will leave Randall under a guard Anril 15. Provisions will be issued to the Indians until they ha...

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 March 1883

" tf vt, :r i. REMARKABLE STORY. The following narrative is self-explanatory. The letter whicli precedes it is a true copy ot tue orlgmil, and was sent to us, together with the details, by an officer now in the United States JNavy: United States Flagship Nomad. Navy Yard, Boston, Mass. 4 January 10, 183-. Iftt Dear Friend: Your kind lavor contain ing congratulations on my restoration to health is before me. When we parted thirty months ago little did we imagine that either would beorought near death's door by a d.sease which selects for its victims those who present an internal field of constitutional weakness for its first attack, because you and 1 were in those days the personification of health; and can claim this to-day, thank God 1 hy I can do so now will he told to-morrow, when we meet at your dinner, as you only know that I have passed through a terrible illness; my de.ivery from death being due to the wonderful discovery in medical science, made by a man who to-day stands in...

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 March 1883

F& V -J Pi M A ff A' ".'r5 V 4: -' '"?s3sgfeSfeE&fflssH3s 4usfilXlSA8?liTO "ISlO ' "-J y Cv.Vilfrite4 ''" '' ',!?' iMMBJiiuSBKl.; jX .V?..!. . T. Hcrs ! c m il"r,M . Wlt - r v-n.-a arL - w a mi i -k viiain mi uru i-a i. ai b -.F. -: b a Jk " BoUiis.0N S PUBLISHING Co. . -. ' ,:StlisitlIE'DIO.N. BATES . tenffiiin advance; -- "' 1.00 ..Xtflntered t the Post-office at Paris .w)Vas secona ciass man muuur.j WRSR.r nnthonied'fo aniiouuce 'Ghia,1 :0 ffutt' as a candidate KXor ieeleqti'6n:"Wj represent Bourbon county in tQ(6;;,;n6x;t of Kepresentatives,. subject otbe; 'HUlilUli Ul LUS JCJUlWlUl wi.vj. ,j,.;v , '".v - 'J1" t Court Of JpkaUA JIJ vai&l r We are authorized to announce Judse T. E. HanriB as a candidate for reflection to the Appellate bench, subject to the i;iE: Enquirer suggests Hihafehere After Queen Victoria should slide dow the ..banisters. o- 'The Gdbernatorial,,candidates at Qyhtiiiarra, yesterday; -o- Sitting BulIj is to engage in agriculture. If he ever raises...

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. — 30 March 1883

! 1 W l i boiB B (&'& i B 1 I E ,1 News. 5 i 1 1 Hi i -i rt. Jll ,, nil n il ,iJ t ' , !& d' v ui i M1 1 H-. VOL. II. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY, MARCH 30. 1883. NO. 114 5E Thos. H. Corbett, of Paducah, Is in town. i.i Roy Cluke, of Lexington, has paid $1,200 for a carriage. . ,. , . :. r . We may look. for4he string band about Monday. - In North Carolina, they enjoyed a snow three feet deep Sundav: Three hundred dollars to loan. Address lock box 156, Paris, Ky. . 4 rob, Rain, snow, sunshine, wind &c. Oh, there's nothing like Spring. The bald-heads are on the alert for the B. Oates kick in "La Mascotte." ' j, FERGUSON.th,LouisvDle defaulter, gets of five years in the penitentiary. ' -,Wr The Revenue collector took in $21,- 262 60, at Cynthiana, Monday. t When we all "sell our terbacker," we ought to get us a new post-office. -- McClure & Ingels have received a new rand nobby line of spring hats. out Just as soon as Spring comes, somebody no please dr...

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. — 30 March 1883

1st si F s t 7 - i m, Manner of Making JVew Suit The reader will be glad to know that dresses made last year can be.. easily altered into the new styles, and this will probably always be true as long as the sensible plan of "combining two materials prevails. There are also designs that suit the slender and designs for the stout, and these are seen both in the basques with over-skirts and in the. varied polonaises, h'etbasques are postilions with pointed 'fronts, verv short sides, and plaited sq uare backs that .may - be varied fullness of the plaits to suit the size of jthe wearer, those for the stout being pressed flatly and lengthened slightly on j the,hip8, while for the slender they have hollow organ plaits, fluted box plaits, or elsejooped bows of doubled material put on to give a full effect, yet generally reserving square outlines. The sharp-y pointed fronts of basques are thought to be becoming to both, large and small figures, but for' very slight frames their beauty is enh...

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. — 30 March 1883

fin." ' ." .- W(o , - ft ') , s1 f V .A-W 108 iipiWW.IWliR.'J.j)W JT y J ' Xjp TO CORRESPONDENTS. AncowwiiinfcaUoMfor this paper hould be tha saihor; not necessarily fo. jfwMicat w, bvl a m eyidenco of pod kith oa tlie par of tie Writ4 only on one side of the papr. a oirUcJiIrlT careful in giving tiMne and dates to havf tin 51 ea plain and dwtiact. Proper name Breofto'i d(ucn!i to decipher because of the careles ,n-n t: 't ar written. AN OBJECT LESSON. What is that, mother? A Dairy, my child; With grime and with grease i is all defiled. Its front elevation as black as a boot; Its windows are murky with cobwobs and soot. Bee how the smoke from its tall chimney swells, Smell how the wind that sweeps over it smells. What'is that, mother? That's Clover, my dear; It's fed to the cows every month in the year. They're hauling it in from the "meadows" to-day ForBlaughter house, butcher shop, kitchen, they say, Are called so out here by these dairymen. See: The Clover leavos dripping with fa...

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. — 30 March 1883

in I :, h h r i rr' tHE BOURBON SEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FBEDAYS BRUCE CHAMP, Editor ' the Boubbon News Publishing Co. BTTBSOBIPTION BATES. One year in advance, - - - $2. 00 Six months in advance, - - 1. 00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, Ky., as second class mail matter. AiraOTJNCEMENT. We are authorized to announce ChaB, iQfluttasa candidate for re-election to represent Bourbon county in the next House of Representatives, subject to the action ot the Democratic party. a Court Of Appeals. "We are authorized to announce Judge T. P. Hargis as a candidate for re-election to the Appellate bench, subject to the action of tne Democracy of the District. "Man born of woman, is of few days," and is always beseiged with candidates. stone masons have determined to demand $4 a day after the 1st of May. Sullivan ha6 decided to box the stufiin' out of Slade at the earliest opportunity. The Illinois ahouse has passed a billauthorizing the use of the whipping post in punishing Indians are...

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. — 3 April 1883

mTW fm ,M ilK. jy ; M k ? V23L jy Ei. IKk. -.,v ,b ??i "l 3 rw j reret i ,VfPilJk ii Jli YV o t t.i VOL. II. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1883. NO. This weather is rather chilly on the spring bonnets. Our hoys will organize a base ball club to-morrow night. Mfr Dr. Brooks has returned from a visit to Madison county. -- Boys, look out, Yan Amberg's circus is coming this month. The Kentucky State Medical Society convenes in Louisville, today. The Madison Square Hazel Kirke troupe has written here for dates. An eagle weighing 12 pounds, -was killed in Fleming county last week. It snowed here Sunday just like it hadn't snowed a flake the past winter. If it wasn't for the gentle name of Spring, we'd about as soon.have winter. The signs aie that peaches will not on-1 ly be abundant, but also big'and luscious. Don't forget that your cousin Alice Oates will deliver the high kick to-morrow night. -e- Rev. George 0. Barnes' brother has charge of a Presbyterian church at ...

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 April 1883

THE NEWS. pab:s. KENTUCKY EWS Off THE WEEK to ttpail&iisecl and 3?nt Irwto Bead-able Shape. WASniNGTOX BRIEFS. '" The Acting Secretary of the Treasury Las decided to anticipate the payment of the fifteen million dollar bond call, in installments of five million dollars each, beginning with April 4. It is said that the Naval Advisory Board will report in favor of equipping League Island Yard with the plant and machinery necessary for the construction of iron and steel sliips. Naval officers believe that the action of Congress, in authorizing the construction of new steel cruisers, is a forecast of the future policy of this Government touching its navy; that the war ships of the future will be of steel or iron, and that this Government will soon appreciate the importance of being able to build its own ships. Joseph Tyssowski, of "Washington, has been appointed Chief of the Mineral of the General Land Office, vice Sickles resigned. The Acting Secretary of the Treasury has decided 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. — 3 April 1883

OF GEJfERAL INTEREST. Rev: Father O'Connor, who died at Philadelphia, recently, left ten dollars a week for the support of his dog. The motto of the "Georgia Major" is, "Never in war, always at peace, and anxious to be in the pockets of his countrymen." "Old Si" is the editor of the Major. The fastest time ever made on the New York Central is said to have been in 1845, when the engine Hamilton Davis drew an express train of six cars 14 miles in exactly 11 minutes. An exchange prints a cut of a lover's puzzle, which is to get two hearts on one string. Really, this is no puzzle at all. The problem is how to get two hearts off the same string, usually solved at great leal expense. Uhicago Herald. The Legislature of North Jarolina, after passing a bill to provide for a mansion for the Governor, has virtually repealed it by passing a supplemental bill which in its provisions conflicts so directly with the first bill that the former will remain useless. Within a few days a remarkable cast...

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