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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 3 April 1883

li BE52EE2E gSK5525S9!&8SB23!SS TEE BUUIiBOxN 2- M ! hire when tny waat.toiro to Cen- . . . . t4 ' , ' iri v4: ia Mi 1 it will . 2SVUS ., ttoi': 3lk$ . f vW' ' ' 3asCRtP"wioas 3atbb, ' $?. 00. i.W t Entered at the at Paris, Ky., t3 second class mail matter. HJIII I m iiihi ANNOUNCEMENT. Court Of Appeals. Yeare authorized to announce Judge X. iViiargis as a candidate lor re-election to the Appellate bench, subject to the action 01 the Democracy oi the District. CiaraaacrMxarJ rfnuciLs" is the name of a new paper in Edmonson count'. , o As a lingerer in the lap of spring tnitf winter lakes the ribbon. , o J. N. Peice and J as. P. Allen are Democratic aspirants for nomination of caiidiuacy lor dtate Senator, in Iteming county. if (If Kellogg, ot Louisiana, was yesterday indicted by the grand jury of the District of Columbia for the alleged complicity in the Star-route frauds. -- Schools, railroads and manufactories are the things to make any country boom. Kentucky is fifty years be...

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 April 1883

Julia A. Hunt Saturday night. 'PtTTT QrTTTlTrXT , m j i tfl . ilk. , t k. jb v m a dv --hi yk WtV ,m. . FgiffW"; i --mm n ri Hl " V mn f !j wet WW m tbu k- F- '.-- rf"!. 1 1 ! V t nil il II Ml m umiMBt1 "' f iiwt r 'jrLY, I W,l"l ' IMP1.1 .'I - P i " ,'.',' M B XI :& X"W M B Xi IT 4 VOL. II. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY, ABRIL 6, 1888. NO. II Ml n .. S is billed for vCarlisle, Versailles has two brass bands and no workhouse. i ipp ii i Your aunt Alice didn't draw well Wednesday night. A mascotte is a Mascotte. Everybody ought to know that. ' "' " Stoner is on a high old rampage after the flood last night. Shall-pox is raging to an alarming ex tent .near Boyd's Station. Peter Cooper, the great Greenbacker, died in New York, "Wednesday. Morgan's men have secured the use of the Lexington Fafr Grounds to camp on in July. ' ' Masked men burned down the smallpox house of Bettie Ragan, col'd, in Mt. Sterling. ' The finder of a pair of steel spectacles will be rewarded by lea...

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 April 1883

hif ?? ' K Y T r ? if PERSONAL AND mRSOtfjfr.. 1 Chicago is reported to have among whom are Cyrus H. McCormick, Marshal Field, "Long John" Wentworth and George M. Pulf man. Eight of the sixty-four are 'bankers. jfc Mrs.iIJgtsy Hastings Perkins died at Taunton' Mass., the other morning, aged x)nehundrecU and nine,- uays. oome 01 tne cnnaren wno survive her have already attained ripe ages, Mrs. Solomon Woodward, of -Taunton, being nearly eighty years old. Dr. Mark Hopkins, at 'the funeral of William, E. J)odge, said: "Judged by the standard of service to God and his fellow-man, William E. Dodge was more than a prince among men." It is said that his benefactions amounted to 1,000 a day. N: Y. Graphic. i jv Senator Cullom says his lucky is six. He was a page in the Illinois Legislature for six years; eight years a member of the Legislature, four years of which he was Speaker, making an average of six for each;, six years Governor of the State; and now to be six years in the United State...

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 April 1883

k m m W -. v PARTS, KENTUCKY. A SILVER WEDDING. 14This is my silver wedding-day 1" And Bhe dressed with a Joyful pride, And stood on her happy hearthstone, "With daughters and sons by her side Daugters that imaged her own pure youth, Pair as roses, and just as sweet, Sons that honored their father's truth, Handsome lads that were hard to beat. Many a- gif tthey had brought for her, Silver gifts that were quaint or grand; Sons and daughtors, how proud they were Of the sweetest mother in all the land I And Willys and Slay, her eldest born, . Gave her again the marriage spray Of orange flower and of scented thorn, For this was her Bilver wedding-day. Her face was fair and her eyes were bright, Her soft' brown hair unlined with gray; Her heart was glad and her steps were light, Mother and. Wife was proud that day. She bent to her children, one by one. Kissed them all with a tender pride, And thought of the years so quickly gone Since the day that she was a bride. She heard a step in 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. — 6 April 1883

" tie mm&m news. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AXD FRIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Boubbon News Publishing Co. SUBBOBIPTION BATES. One year in advance, $2.00 8ix months in advance, - - 1.00 TEntered at the Post-office at Paris, Ky., as second class mail matter. ANNOUKCEBIENT. Court Of Appeals. We are authorized to announce Judge . F. Hargis as a candidate for re-election to the Appellate bench, subject to the action of the Democracy of the District. Suit is to be instituted to com pel Carter county to pay about ; $60,000 railroad debt. Tttti Star-route trial is in its eighteenth week, and promises to live to a green old age. "The Kentucky 'Corn Cracker" is the name of a humorous monthly which will soon be in publication at Owensboro. Frank Todd fell forty feet from a tree, while after a squirrel near Lancaster. The telegram fails to say that the squirrel probably got away. If cleanliness is next to Godliness shorter prayers and oftner cleaning out cellers, kitchens and pantrys would be eviden...

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. — 10 April 1883

i "A years of age. rl TTT7 Itotiae plants now look longingly out o! windows. it ii i if in Sickkess to an alarming extent prevails in this county. The Jack snipe season is beautifully 5e J.?ZL Ll are plentiful. jr - A5icfi light baby buggy for sale" at Mrs. B. Brkkden's. "f9 ' Hazei Kirk, of Madison Square, Nei York, on the boards here the 19th inst. -- TuE bluegrass is growing beautifully green; while the deep, blue sea is always green. -- A The Maysville & Lexington Turnpike fjpHjompany declared a dividend of 2 per cent, last week. - The bird with hair on it, irom Lewis county, did not materialize at Maysville, on April fopl day. , it Job Smith", of Lexington, killed 48 snipes in one day. He stood in front of the Phoenix Hotel. The distilleries at Cynthiana " had to stop running Saturday, on account of the raging billows of Licking. -- Capt. May, of Lexington, reports near 400 cases of sickness in that city mostly pneumonia and deep colds. a John Tusker closed up Mendel's butc...

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. — 10 April 1883

- THE 3STIEWS. 4 PARIS, KENTUCKY. NEWS OE THE WEEJU Condensed and. Put Into Readable '". Shape. DOMESTIC . , , A surFbas been begun against Rev. John fi. Fleming, of Boston, Archbishop "Williams for $5,000 damages, on account of ihe serious mental disorders into which a child was thrown by having taken away -from her by them some paper images of angels, with which she had become infatuated. Gen. Grant has been elected President of the American Rifle Association. Miss Louise, the youngest daughter of ex-Secretary Evarts, was married, on the Bd, to Dr. Charles Davis Scudder, of New York City. A boiler in the Griffin Mills, at Mose Point, Miss., exploded on the 3d, killing nine and injuring ten persons. Masked burglars entered a cottage in Detroit on the night of the 3d, and assaulted the occupants, three aged people, Frederick Morris and wife and Mrs. Hanagan, and left them terribly braised and frightened. Mrs. Morris, who was intimidated by revolvers and severely beaten owing to her ...

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. — 10 April 1883

-. ifc '' .utM"iit ?! . . ?r fip v-v J 'i " ' : J . t 1 hF --. vV jL V EAltH AND HOUSEHOLD. .Lemon Snaps: A coffee cupful of irhite sugar, two-thirds of a cup of butter, half a teaspoonful of soda dissolved in two teaspoonf uJs of warm irater. Flour enough to handle. Flavor with lemon. Roll very thin and bake quickly. Rural New Yorker. It is wrong to give medicine to a bow when the pigs are very young, as it goes all to the milk and the pigs get it. Sulphur is a good thing sometimes and in some cases, butivhen improperly given it is bad; it is bad for young pigs; for instance. N. JT. ime& . , Some Western breeders assert that it is a mistake to suppose the cross of the Cots wold and Merino to be an improvement on the originals. The wool is neither the best for combing, nor can it compete in the market with that from pure .Merino in fineness. The carcass is not equal to the Cotswold, and the cross is toot suitable in other respects, as the Cotswold thrives only on good pasturage,...

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. — 10 April 1883

I) t E ;i i r 0 y MS BOURBON NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS JLND FRIDAYS. ' BRUCE CHAMP, Editor "Bourbon News Publishing Co. BUBSOBIPTIOK" BATES. One year in advance, $2.00 fcix months in advance, - - 1.00 r Entered at the Post-office at Paris Ky.j as second class mail matter. w ANNOUNCEMENT. Court Of Appeals, We are authorized to announce Judge tf . F. Hargis as a candidate for re-election to the Appellate benchj subject to the action of the Democracy of the District. The President has gone a fishing an Florida, hut "Gods reigns and the Nation still lives, 1 An Indianapolis preacher has challenged an editor to fight. The minister refers to his antagonist as a "Beaver dam liar." -- If all the dead men in Kentucky were buried, there would he a terrible falling off among the newspaper men of the State. . . -n. S. B. Buckner, of Hart cow and Mayor Jacob, of Xowlsville, are said to be candidates for Governor. Five horses are now on the track. -. Kentucky has experienced a new sensation. Her G...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 13 April 1883

1 XS . F s St? W $j fl . "News - rt ", vauac . ",- mum v s 3" Er"M tv pf w iH ijy M k. ifc. r -i " .waist j .' if. -' 114 i v .1 15! . m 131 - .U EX 3 CO 'i J -& J$L. fl J$Vi , ' iff ' "V- ' i S El :& I -W El El DSZ L IT . VOL. iX PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY, APRIL 13. 1883.. NO. 118. Spar-row spare the little birds ! A watch for. a nickel at Nesbitt's. ,. . - .t, .- ' Two'ladies joined the Baptist ehurclp Wednesday night. Dn. Sweet set two disjointed toes for J no. Northcutt yesterday. Dick Rice has received a fine new hearse at North Middletown. LJilly Goodloe launched his elegant n w boat "Katrina," yesterday. The News office is now enjoying a handsome boom on laucy job work. ( a xn.i? hsihv hnorprv fnr snm . . at ... -. t. iXyV &w j Mas. B. Bueeben's. J. K. Bbadlkv, oi Old Union neigh- !hrhood, got robbed of 05 Saturday in .-lit. -- li'icNDS broke out op glass from .the lumps on Georgetown street Wednesday ' niftht. .' -- AKdiiir.r gives you :i chance for...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 13 April 1883

'rULf - A.U i lib F- 1 i ) i J Contracts. When two or more parties agree for a good or valuable consideration) do or to forbear doing some act, and each acquires right to what the other promises, they are said to make an agreement or bargain. When this agreement contains promises to be performed at a future time it isproperly called a contract The parties to a contract may be two. or more, and each part' may consist ofOne, or. more persons. To render contnte valid so that theymay be enforced when they are not to be performed within a year; when they are of the nature of security; when made in of marriage (except mutual promises to marry) ; when they involve the sale of merchandise beyond the amount fixed by law (usually $50) when a part is paid or a part of the merchandise delivered; leases having more than one year to run; and all relating to Bales of 'land, they should be reduced to writing and signed by the parties thereto. In cases where the law does not specially provide they m...

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 April 1883

THE ISTEWS PAPwTS, KENTUCKY fHE MOTTO IN A MADDING EINO. A lover gave the wedding ring: Into the goldsmith's band. 'Grave me," he said, 4-'a tender thought Within this golden band." Tho goldsmith graved. With careful art: "Till Death ua part." The wedding bells rang gladly out, The husband said: wO wife. Together we will share thb grief, ' The happiness of. life. I give to theo My hand, my heart, v Till Death us part." Twos she that lifted now hi3 hand (0 love, that this should be I), . Then on it placed the golden band, And whispered, tenderly: "Tfll Death us join, Lo, thou art mine And I am thinol 'And when Death joins we never mors Shall know an aching heart; The bridal of that better love Death has no power to part. That troth will be Fonthee and me Eternity." So up the hill and down the hill ThrQUgh fifty changing years. "They shared each other's happiness, They dried ouch other's tears. Alasl Alas! That Death's cold dart 0 Such love can parti But ono sad day she stood alone Be...

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. — 13 April 1883

, t , i 1 Jl ( i' H In &SLS&Hmte&umiekxm:z3im rsssiTivjtoj Ja,.L ta utjcga m cj HIE BOURBON NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND F1UDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor UoujtBON News Publishing Co. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Oue year in advance; Six months in advance, - $2.00 1.00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, Ivy., H8 second class mail matter. ANNOUNCEMENT. Court Of Appeals. We are authorized to announce Judge T. F. Margis w a candidate for re-election to the Appellate bench, subject to the action of the Democracy of the District. Booth succeeded so well in his ren" dition of King Lear at Vienna that his engagement has been renewed. Fontaine Fox, the mountain orator, is trying to spout himself into the Legislature from the county of Lincoln. Ben Butler says there is no Presidential bee buzzing in his bonnet. Ben is a badly misrepresented man. Hon. Ira Julian is making a Strong race for the Democratic-nomination for the Legislature from Franklin county, Jem Mace, the retired prize fighter,...

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. — 17 April 1883

, I - iv LBIa jljttMtoMMM W r"tm iiiiiii ii urn i-ii iihim ii mmr J?iffcfcMMMiMWiaMMMMriMMaMMdMMMMMMflMMHMMBrtBBMaMBMMMMMM KfitCl . - - - ' ----.- M s 'M - ' ' Hef;i e "r? T" tfl K3 W AtiTfcLt & Vl'F'k "V 4 - k.. H; 1 -W ''-V i'".; y . 7 tw m &a sg ' jj .. vis j . as s t?.. a '.' . a e i -a w ? iJE ... ' 5 -Q ' ' '"Si ...A -s' V.. y K W .i 2X vv A. ,: . t -LL- V -.i, Ja T "V O ,i" , ili"f.1 V , . x ' - 'in tiii"t . .,- '; if . ngn f Wb4 mwt i iww 'i Hj l " I 11 I i i I At lf ' i f if Mf IKS Xj"X". VOL. IE. PABIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY, APRIL 17. 1833. NO. 119. A Spring" Poem. Scarlet fever in the town, And ditto in the neighborhood; Malarial fever all around, And bad colds understood. . , - r The city street sprinkler has commenced operations. . , Stivers' case will bo called .to-morrow and Redmond's Saturday. ' A silk handkerchief given away "with every suit sold by McClure & Ingels. Several additions to the Raptist church, and the meeting still goes on. Do ...

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. — 17 April 1883

i ci ?', i t ' ! i ' I M THE 3STEWS. PARIS. KENTUCKY NEWS OF THE WEEK Condensed and Fat Into Beadable Shape. I&OME&TIC. "Washington and Jlenry Tobias, two brothers, aged about thirtvand twenty-five years, of New York, are defaulters to the extent of $50,000. The money belonged to their late father's estate. They speculated some with the firm of C. Wolf & Co., but it is said the money was principally spent in fast living. It is thought they may be in Europe. In the case of Dick Liddel, who has been in jail at Huntsville, Ala., since last October, awaiting sentence upon conviction had at the October term of the Federal Court, Judge Bruce, on the 11th, overruled the motion that sentence bo passed upon the defendant and discharged Liddel on his own recognizance in the sum of $2,000. His discharge is due to his value as a witness against Frank James, whose conviction without ladder's testimony is considered an impossibility. At Fort Smith, Texas, a few days ago, twenty prison...

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. — 17 April 1883

JL JOYFUL GREETING. Hollo! How are you? I am glad at last your eyes have fallen upon me. Now that we have met, pray cultivate the acquaintance, for it is my purpose to interest and to serve you. Between you and I, though only a newspaper article,! am ambitious. Having a portentous message for all mankind, If it be cordially received, its import truly realized and acted upon, I shall be considered a world's benefactor. Could have no higher ambition, you will admit. A. misanthrope of ample means determined to end his life by drowning himself. Going to the banks of the canal, found the time not favorable for the purpose, a number of persons being in the vicinity, and daylight still present. He concluded to walk along the tow-path until it was dark. " While doing so, he heard piteous cries issuing from the door of a hovel near by, aDd unconsciously walked over to the place, and found a poor family, consisting of a mother surrounded by several children, who told him of their sufferings f...

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. — 17 April 1883

W 11 M 1 f P M I I .. .i i ' I t "i s - - M PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FBIDAYS. .-! BRUCE CHAMP.-'Editor 'Bourbon News Publishing ;CoJ 51 n a'ptcs. . - -" - tr One year in advance, . - $2:00 tiix months in advance, - . - 1. 00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, Ky., as second class mail matter. ANNOUNCEMENT JUDGE T. F. HARGIS, CANDIDATE FOR rJudge of Court of Appeals. DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOB REPRESENTATIVE, CHAPvLES H. OFFUTT. KraHi England is trying to pass a law suppressing blasphemy. England "has a hard job before her. If suspenders would not only keep up a man's reputation as well as they do his trousers, politicians . Would wear about ten pairs apiece. ? . . The Republican convention of Nicholas county receommended W. C. Goodloe-for Governor, and W. H. Holt for Appellate Judge. The Georgia democrats nominated ITenry D. McDaniel, of Walton county, for Governor. The Republicans will not make any nomination. Intellect lies prone in the dust and brute force is on top. A hack man. whipp...

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 April 1883

lL lt' ' y1 "n -I '"1 i is - - ""''' '' ' !' " if'IH till' i The GOO feet of reel new hose for our city fire department has arrived. It is written on a pair of stock scales in Ibis county, "No pay, no way." -- The Sheriff summoned 150 men from which to select a jury in the Stivers case. -e- Ki. McKimey has so far recovered as to be able to be out on the streets again. -le T?oy Clukb'J3 liabilities are now estimated at $85,000, and his assets $30,000. A newmght weighing four pounds has been caught out of a Clark county pond. -- Mrs. Jab. Short, Sr., wants two lady dressmakers, None but competent ones need apply. For everything new and nice, in Spring millinery and notions, call on jtfjis. B. Brekdeic, on Broadway. vvash jlay, jr., ana jjave layman twenty pounds of bassand redeyes, up Stoner Tuesday. . Three converts at the Baptist church Wednesday night Mrs.'Ainanda Nelson Albert Offuit and Mrs. Seely. i As a matter of convenience to guilty prisoners, hadn't Blackburn better move his...

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 April 1883

f! i ! fc ii i i ! i i ft 8 u Ii THE HSTIEWS. PAWS. : KENTUCKY. FARMER STEBBINS ON THE BOWERY. Dear Brother John: We got here safe, my worthy "wife an' rae, An' then I looted the village through, to see what I could Bee; I rode upon the cur'us track with stations all upstairs; I walked through "Wall Street all its length, an saw no hulls or bears; I patronized a red-nosed chap, with manners very queer, Who hadn't had a thing to eat f or somethln like a yea; 1 saw the Koad Commissioners to work upon a bridge A. million times as big as that we built at Ridge (Tm told that they are making it, though may be that's all fun, . To use the coming century, an hope to get it done) When who should up an' grasp my hand, with face of genuine joy, But Cousin Jeroboam Jones, my cousin's oldest boy! I had not seen him years an' years no wonder he looked strange; His face an' form in some respects had undergone a change; But then there wasn't a chance of doubt that that was him, because, If not, how...

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 April 1883

Hungarian Financial Methods. The business of the country is entirely in the hands of Jews, as' everywhere in this part of Europe, and they are more cordially hated than even in Germany or Austria proper. The sight of a Jew has the same effect upon a Hungarian that a red flag has upon a Spanish, "bull. They hold no intercourse with them, except in the way of business, and admit them to no social life. "Why do you hate the Jews so?" we .asked of a Hungarian gentleman. "Hate them! Why they are the curse of the country. They have all the "Why don't you do business?" "We don't know how they do." "Well, what do they do that is so objectionable?" "Do? They lend us money ,v "Well?" 'AVell! may heaven curse them, they want it back again, and they make us pay. There ought to be a law against it they ought to all be killed!" as (This in all seriousness.) "Here's the way they do. A Jew has a, hundred florins." A man or woman wants to sell stuff upon the three market days. He has no money, a Jew...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
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