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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 20 April 1883

-V! f :)' H 'i i ,1 i ( iH HE BOURBON NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. MMJCE CHAMP, Editor Uoukbox Nkws Publishing Co. SUBSCRIPTION BATEB One vear in advance, - $2.00 Six months in advance, - - - 1.00 ,f Entered at the at Paris, Ky., as second class mail matter. ANNOUNCEMENT. JUDGE T. F. HARGIS, CANDIDATE FOR J Judge of Court of Appeals. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, CHARLES 8. OFFUTT. MB The Farce of Law. That law is a iarce, Yas amply illustrated here Wednesday. One hundred and fifty farmers, mechanics, merchants and common laborers were dragged here Wednesday from their daily pursuits in life, from which to select twelve men as jurors to try the case of Hooker Stivers, for the murder of Burt. Scully. Of course, the case did not' come to trial, for it was generally conceded that it would not, for the fact that an alleged important witness, (the negro who was in the buggy with Stivers at the time of the killing) was absent, and had been absent for two months. It was c...

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. — 24 April 1883

V r &&1 iJ.U ' F3 Iff W Ml . 0, m aa4xiwigj . t - BL; Kf wSLidli t i(vgfe OURBON EWS: - t. ii , 1 ?Aii ,. .t ffi. 3MMjB J ' f '' f VOL. II. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY;. TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1883. r The musical voice of the frog betokens that Spring is really here. . Pink-eye has made its appearance here among the horses again. 4 Jra Brown caught 17 pounds of bass down at Kiser's the other dav. -- R. Albert, the Maysville jeweler, by shooting himself Sunday. S. Salomon, formerly of this city, is trying to establish electric light in Mays- ville. t Tom Turner, a liveryman, formerly of Flemingsburg, died at Huntington, last week. 4C The republican of Mason county are ordered to make fools of themselves on May 14th. .For everything new and nice in Spring millinery and notions, call on Mrs B. Breeden, on Broadway. ' The Court of Appeals have continued the case of Bedford vs. Megibben, and set the Ci aft case for a hearing on May 15th. No rebate on revenue license after the fir...

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 April 1883

, I! 1-1' P . ! V i " !Y i V -k Kzcaeac?SEK33ssBiBrusac THE :NEWS. PARIS. KENTUCKY NEWS QF THE WEEK Condensed and Put Into Eeadable Shap. DOMESTIC By the lack of a two-thirds vote tho prohibitory amendment was defeated by the Connecticut Senate. Jambs Dobbs, livingnear Atchison, Kan., was attacked by his brother John with a a knife, on the 17th, when James fatally shot him. A smart servant girl in New York induced an old man, who is past eighty, to give her $50,000 in Government bonds, which he had at home. He complied with her request, and now his family have a lawyer employed to get them back, but the girl has sold them and nothing can be done. Two steamers unloaded in Baltimore on the 18th twenty-seven hundred. German immigrants, and another steamer, also thronged with immigrants, was laying in the bay. It will require eight special trains to convey them to their destination In the "West. A destructive fire occurred in Hunting-. ton, W. Va., on the evening of the 18th. Seventeen ...

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 April 1883

FASM AKD HOUSEHOLD. round bone or bono meal is an ingredient whose value as a mixture in poultry feed has no equal for its cost. Where hard-finished walls have already been oalcimined, the solid coats ehould be washed or scraped off before a new one is put on. A stick of hard wood, made in the ihape of a tiny oar, is the most convenient thiag to stir cake with. Any man or boy can easily make one. Gingersnaps: One cupful of sugar, one of butter, and one of molasses; two teaspoonfals each of ginger and cream tartar, and ene of soda: mix very hard with flour and roll thin. A spoonful of vinegar may be substituted for the cream tartar when economy is needful. Prof. Shelton, of the Kansas State Agricultural Gollege, holds that the cultivation of such crops as broom-corn, hemp, flax and perhaps castor-beans, whieh furnish but little if anystock feed, will ultimately lead to serious consequences in the loss of fertility sustained by the lands so cultivated. Breakfast Coffee Cakes: One cupf...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 24 April 1883

I; 3s5feBHHfiBSes nrnMttTMTiaawfcfeajiKS sarar.ffTiiagk'ig.Miga&M & i 3S3j J" rrH s v I lSk a: - 5 yf r lMV -.e I'-' A i rct h r V 4 n x I3E BOUEBON NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. T1 JL JKUCE CHAMP, Editor Bourbon News Publishing Co. SUBSCRIPTION" BATES. One ill $2. 00 year advance, - - - .Sixfniontbs in advance, - - 1.00 Entered ivt the at Paris, Ky, as second class mail matter. ASTOUNCEMENT. JtftDGE T. F. HARGIS, CANDIDATE FOR Judge of Court of Appeals. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, CHAELES H. OFFUTT. T?wo small boys of Pennsylvania fired with an ambition to be Sullivan s and Slades, hied them to the woods Tuesday, stripped to the waist and went in for a regular prize fight. Four- rounds were fought, when one youngster had an rtrm broken and the fight was de-blared off. The small bov of to day has but one ambition the prize ring - A befgrmed gambler now lecturing in New York, says the owner of every game is dead shot for six per cent and upwards in his favo...

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 April 1883

The times. -- tffccJBfagiff'fgpfc The Trader, Turfman, Farmer and Sportsman. Wm. Paul has 50 acres of blue-grass to rent, at the Croxton place, near town. Wool. I am buying all grades of wool. Call an see me. T. I. Brent. Croxie 2:19, formerly the property of Frank Champ, Millersburg, will be bred this season. The Maysville association is trying to get Maud S. and St. Julien as attractive features at their meeting in May. Maud S., St.- Julien, Little Brown Jug and eight other noted flyers are being daily worked on Chester Park,- Cincin nati, for the coming spring races. Charles Webling, meat merchant of this city, bought of one man a lot of sixty cattle which average 1,400 pounds to be used in his shop during June and Jnly. Dr. Sherley, of Little Rock, this county, purchased a five-year-old gelding by Morgan Traveler, dam Bruce's Drennon, at Jackson & Karr's sale of horses at Eminence, for $170. An arrangement was consummated at Lexington, Tuesday, for a trotting circuit to begi...

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 April 1883

J :J fc n. ii a m .;- J M I JM r i r i hi 4 f r " 1 l -. !l , . i - ! PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. Tete Bogart and his wife of Downs-Tille, N. Y., each aged 95 years, reached fceir diamond -wedding day, March 18. The beautiful Mrs. Isman Hornsby, of Washington, has lately become a grandmother, and consequently Judge Jere Black is a greatgrandfather. Without the leart thinking about their names, IVIiss Rich and Mr. Poore nd Mr. Night and Miss Day sat down to tea together at a house in Maryland. Rev. Albert Nash, a retired Methodist clergyman of Lee, Mass., is said to receive $12,000 by the will of Mary Freeman, a colored woman, who lately died at Bridgeport, Conn., leaving an estate of some 40,000. The wife of the late Judge Hardin, one of the foremost men of Kentucky, has been discovered living in hunger and destitution in a room on the fourth floor of an unoccupied rookery in Louisville. Her descent from dignity and affluence to beggary and destitution ia full of sad incidents. It is a...

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 April 1883

il ,s I & ? - , ' - - i - . f -"i I M ti Jii -IN iIj W O I pABIS. KENTUCKY. MOTHER AND CHILE. Bitter Masts and vapor dim What had they to do with bim? fiprinp, thouph she was far away, g'ook dominion for a day. Filled the air with breathings soft, Bade a skylark sing aloft, '; When we laid him in his bed, " -Cloudless blue above his head. It was not for him to reach Wanly height, and thought, and speech, jfot to clftnb untrodden steeps, Kot to search out unknown deeps, - -Kot through warrfngioy and pain Kinglinees of soul to gain. He had only baby words, Little music, like birds, , Sweetly inartioulate, Nothing wise, nor high, nor great, t Sunny smites and kisses sweet-White and softly ohiidish f eet 4?urls that floated on the breeze , Ve remember or these. - They are weary who are wise. - Ho looked up with happy eyes, Little knowing, little seeing, Only praising God by being. Oh, the life we couM not savol . Do not say, aoove uis grave, That the fair and darling face Was but le...

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 April 1883

$ M ' r I VI !' I : .' If 1 A i i ( i 1 i '1 I 1 ! 8 . f -4 i i ! I 'l 3gftSSaWMBHBSMBMBgaKKamBM ---p -- , I MBMftgsaBijajaHJH . - - ZEIS THE BOUEBOK NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMF, Editor Bourbon News Publishing Co. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. One year in advance,. -Si: $2.00 months in advance, - 1.00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, yM as second class mail matter. ANNOUNCEMENT. JUDGE T. P. HARGIS, CANDIDATE FOE Judge of Court of Appeals. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ' FOB, REPRESENTATIVE, CHAELES S. OFFUTT. . , - Ir i Julian was nominated tor . pll. u,uu. t xiepiesauuiiuYo for Sheriff of Franklin. S- Tkb county Republicans fc:.'.Cs.v '. Imcted for Mr. A. M Bwope, of Lexington, for Governor Paris , as daylight sluggers, while Louiavillo and Lexington can oniy aiioiu. night ones. J -?- - The Garrard county Republicans Tuesday instructed for Hon. Thos. Z. Morrow, of Pulaski county, for Gcvernor. Henry D. McDaniel, the Demo cratic nominee, was elected Governor of Georgia, yesterd...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 1 May 1883

tt "H'f T $L : r. ihSS ; - !, ,. '1 p f v vi .? 1 JUxL OUR BON N"Til Tit WW k CI " f 1 V i ICii ! i jE 1 &S1& VOL. II. Bokn To the the wife of Dan Roche, a son ; and to the wife of Mr. Israel, a daughter. - Mbs. W. P. Mjlppin, of this precinct, has over 400 spring chickens, the oldest of which are four weeks old. - Will Layton fell down the stairway in rear of the Judge's stand in the Courthouse Saturday afternoon during court, and sustained slight injuries. -$ The ten additions to the Baptist church Vere immersed Sunday night. Rev. Hutson will remain over this week and will preach "Wednesday night. -- The Fox Springs, Fleming county, have been rented by 0. C. Davis, to a Mr. Brown, of Ft. "Wayne, Ind., and will be opened to the public the coming sea son. -- The "Official Hand Book" of the Dramatic Festival is a handsome specimen of art, and is something that should be in every Shakespearean's library. - Charlie "Williams, alias Loyd, was arrested Friday night for assaulting...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 1 May 1883

fS ,V- ? - , Z3C aygfarac: )' ' ' ' JCF ' 'w f?!?' T . A i? j V , .1 THE ilSriEWS. PABIS. KENTUCKY. NEWS OF THE WEE Condensed and Put Into Beadablo Shape. DOMESTIC. Wm. T. Dodson, of Danville, Va., hired two colored men to bring him a human ' body for dissection, which he placed in his own room wrapped in bed-clothing well saturated with coal oil, with a lighted can- die standing upon it. Then he disappeared, expecting that the body would be burned beyond recognition, and under the supposition. that he had been burned to death his family could collect the amount of a life insurance policy recently obtained. The. scheme was discovered in time to be thwarted. Dispatches from different parts of Ohio nd Indiana regarding the damage from the frost by the recent cold spell, are to the effectthat the wheat was not injured, and but little of the fruit. Early peach and pear trees were partially in bloom and were damaged, and the strawberry vines were ' injured. AT a meeting of the Executive ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 1 May 1883

K&RM JLND HOUSEHOLD. The glove powder so generally used to prevent injury frQm perspiration is ol. value; but common i.orn starch rubbed thoroughly over the- hands before putting on the gloves, will answer this purpose. The - praotice of running hay through, a hay-cutter and reducing it to as short pieces as possible, aiSl then mixing with corn and sending to an ordinary grist-mill to be ground into provender for poultry, lias been followed for several years by certain brcejders with good results. Cooked, dried and pulverized flesh, bone and blood is offered for sale at .some Western packing houses. It may be shipped long distances, if kept quite dry, and is just what is needed for poultry food. If a little is mixeel with the usual wet meal ration it will noon color hens' combs a bright red and cause the fowls to "shell out" most abundantly. Fowls do not like to scratch in their own manure. Advantage ma 7 be taken of this fact to keep them from scratching up seeds sown in the ga...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 1 May 1883

i v jp' f ' i j ' iiSL" ' - SggBiJHBffltaMwesaBiaaKei'itiwiiiiij :-- fefef . 'df, ,.' DOTIK NEWS. A ii i. I ii fcs A M M I! ' M i i ' K !' M li rHJLISUED TUESDAYS .AND FEIDAYS. ; BRUCE.CHAMP, Editor . " boURBoif News Publishing Co. , EATEB. "Oe year in advance, - - - $2.00 Six months in advance, - - - 1. 00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, Jy as second class mail matter. ANNOUNCEMENT. JUDGE T. F. HARGIS, CANDIDATE FOR Judge of Court of Appeals. , DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FORREPKESENTATTVE, CHARLES S. OFFUTT. Eliza Pinkston, the lying old mulatto who swore to the many lies that stole the state of Louisana for Hayes in :76, has gone to meet Jim Anderson, chief of the return ing board, who died with his boots on out West about a year ago. Eliza gave up the ghost in a Mississippi jail, where she was confined for- grand larceny. It is hoped that the two are serenely resting in old Oliver P. Morton's bosom, the Abraham of the Republican party in those days of supreme villainy. o-. SuLfcivAN...

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. — 4 May 1883

r fe. igk Ah A)Csbmp)ww " ' " . N'an K m BC d vW wl fcrt I K--1 tvi r.3 m Jm Bu H ii 1 f 4 51 i j 'fcvi MK U U B - - j VA 2m 'W F f D! VI .1 pei iia JM Bl . 1 ' BT 1 M - v -- -! ' JJt ; :' - f I It ' - " -v I I I .. '' ." ' . , I .' jt - . 'I 1111 M II II Jl IWI I ! ... - ' V S 33 M X -W IE3 JHl X "T . - VOL. IE. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1883. NO. 124. Don't forget that the County convention will be held Saturday. ' i Nick Kreiner will occupy -his 'new business house on the 14th. V. "W. Gill is now daily in receipt of some very fine fish, suitable for ans. -o- Call in Monday, and tell us to wait until you raise a new crop of tobacco and another crop of hogs. The woodpeckers have arrived and the farmer's claim that their advent rushes in the corn-planting season. Ladies, don't fail to call and look at James Hinton'sne assortment of flowers to-morrow, "when you are in town. - "Wk. Hewitt, aged eighty, fell ovej; dead in the fire and came near burning up before h...

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. — 4 May 1883

OF GENERAL INTEREST. M The.' thrifty citizens of Brooklyn nave taken to tapping the OP. the streets, The good dye young when their nev moustaches come out red. New Or-hank Picayune. Some of the farmers in San Bernardino Count7, Gal., are killing birds bj placing poisoned apples on trees. Frauklin Pierce's old 1 o ne, in the outskirts of Concord, N. H., is to be transformed into a Protestant Epbcopal school for girls. Poof. Blakie in a recent lecture said the Scottish Highlanders are at once the best behaved and worst treated peoplf in the Queen's dominions. "We use two tons of hairpins a day," says a Western editor, not a Utah man, as one might guess, but the presiding elder of a Syracuse newspaper. Seven years ago last January a couple near Bennington, Vt., quarreled as to who should light a fire in the parlor, and from that day to this none has been made in that room. When it is generally known that a female student has been erpelled from a Now York college for inordinate use of 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. — 4 May 1883

W2 4t TPIE USTEWS. PAIW KENTUCKY THE DUDE. A younff mim, A young man, Aa almost new And utterly too, A young man. He thought he'd go and sec Hie world so wide and free, If anything was good enough for him; Ho climbed the Himalay, He tramped through Africa, But everything was far too rough for him. A tall, eesthete young man, An utterly sweet young man: A great swell-head, An utterly bred, A finished quite complete young man. He quizzed the Continent: In eighty days he went Around the world to show what he could . do: He said with all his force : "The world was. all too coarse And nothing did what it was meant to do." A Roman nose young man, A tooth-pick toes young man. Who sucked his cane To sooth his brain A tight fit olothes young man I Ihe men all feel for him, The girls all kneel to him, The dear mammas look eagerly his way I But ho will take his chauuce, And ho wrll daunce his dauuce, For every dog is bound to have his day. An eye-glass quiz young man, A "perhaps it is" young m...

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. — 4 May 1883

THE BOURBON NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND "FRIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Botjubon News Publishing Co. SUBSCBIPTIOK" BATES. One year in advance, - - $2.00 (jix mouths in advance, - 1. 00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, Ky., as second class mail matter. ANOXTtfCEMENT. JUDGE T. F. HARGIS, CANDIDATE FOB Judge of Court of Appeals. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, CHARLES H. OFFUTT. iijunnmjga8L,mu'i The Thompson-Davis Tragedy. In a lengthy and very able editorial in the Lexington Transcript, on the morals of the Thompson-J)avis tragedy, we are pleased, to see the editor take the high moral and christian standpoint which he does, in discussing the question of th come nt of the iav; lor tiie preservation of tho '.nrals. He sa's: ."The true sentiment of a good citizen is that the law of the land ! erf . um' shall be supreme and they :uusf i:-i itsrbtand that any at the infraction of one, simply sets the entering wedge, establishes a precedent, and paves the way for the violation of...

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. — 8 May 1883

J. 1 ks'pl B ' SCINTELIATIOXS. Eev. Gilbert Kelley is. conducting a meeting at Cynthiana this week. Misses Birdie Sanders and Katie Smith united with the Christian Church Sunday night. Attorney General Hardin and Col. Thos. Corbett were in the city Saturday, in the interest of their candidacy. James M. Arnold and Newton Beall, of Covington, were here Saturday laboring in the interest of Col. Jones. Mayor Jacobs and Gen. Buckner are both widowers. What would Frankfort society be with a wifeless governor ? The marriage of John McMahili to Miss Mollie Mathers, of Carlisle, to take place on the 17th inst 'Squire Elliott returned Friday, from the mountains, where he has been in the interest of the Kentucky Union Eailroad. r William B. .Smith from Kismet, Tenn., arrived here Saturday on a business trip and returned to his post of duty Monday. Joe Davis and wife and Dick of Cynthiana, got dumped out in the river by the upsetting of a skiff in Licking last week. Opening day among our millin...

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. — 8 May 1883

IV rv n THE NEWS, PAEfS. KENTUCK.iT. NEWS OF THE WEEK Coadensed amd Put Into Eoadahlo Shape. DOMESTIC The Governor of Louisiana granted another respite in the case of Henry Fleming, sentenced to be hanged May 2. He has appealed to the Supreme Court. The charred remains of an unknown man were found on the 1st inst., in a detached box car loaded with lumber on a sidetrack at Ridgeiand, a suburb of Chicago. There was a strike among the men employed on the dummy road in the village a few days ago, and the police advance the theory of murder, and the firing f the car to conceal the crime. The New York Board of Aldermen has voted the "Western Union Telegraph Company permission to use the streets of that city to lay their wires under ground, at a cost of one cent per lineal foot for each street opened, and giving two wires for the city's use. A general strike was inaugurated among the railroad miners throughout Western Pennsylvania on the 1st, for an increase of wages. The strikers number ...

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. — 8 May 1883

L FAKM AM) HOUSEHOLD. Economy in feeding should tc one of the first principles. Wood-ashes, bone-dust, and such like fertilizers, are best for grape vines in low ground. The season has not near so much.to do with the making of the crop as the farmer, and upon hiy' sense and industry is dependent its success or failure. A factor in enriching the soil is a judicious rotation of crops, to be determined to some extent by the soil, climate, and the leading crops to be crown. The addition of a little mace to a veal soup will give an agreeable flavor to it. Do not put in enough to make it a distinct flavor, but put it in with the herbs an5 pepper and salt. Cow? which are near calving should b$ fd on substantial food ana lodged In some clean, warm apartment by let their drink be lukewarm for a day or two after calving. Lemon jelly, to spread between layers of cake or on top of sago or cus tard pudding, is made by grating tho rind of two lemons and squeezing out the juice; add a heaping cup ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
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