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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 8 May 1883

THE BOURBON NEWS. . ', PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FKIDAYS. V BRUCE CHAMP, Editor News Publishing Co. "-. BATES. One year in advance, 2. 00 Siix'months in advance, - 1. 00 .Entered at the Post-office at Paris, Ey., as second class mail matter. AKlTOTJNCEMElSrT. JUDGE T. F. HAEGIS, CANDIDATE FOR Judge of Court Of Appeals. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, CHARLES H. OFFUTT. It's so now in Kentucky that a lawyer thinks he is forever disgraced and that his record as a professional man will be sneered at if he fails to acquit the most atrcious criminals whom they are employed to defend. Therefore, they enter into their work with a vim, and leave nothing undone, often re- 'Sortin to the basest measures and deserting the high and .honorable standard of the profession. They even go so far as to presume on the ignorance and intelligence of the public by their mingling at the various loafing points for the purpose of manufacturing public opinion and toning down the truly indignant sentiment ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 11 May 1883

i.l 4 li '" ' Bourbon .. t MTLIiEBSBURG. Jimmie Miller barely alive this morning, Oscar Johnson sold his fine model harness mare to a Scott county man, for $450. As young men are so scarce here, there will probably, be jio "Commencement hop" here in June. jliib jaaies ot uonege repeated their concert exercises at Carlisle last night to a large house: John McNamara sold his crop of wool Tuesday, to T. I. Brent, of Paris, at 25 cents per pound the top of the market. One of the funny sights of the season, was Mrs. Josh Barton and constable Tom Sayage driving down street with a baby cradle in the front of a buggy. It is Police Judge John A. Miller and Marshal Cargyle now Same council elected. .Mr. Miller and W. H. H. Johnson got -1 votes endi, the highest num ber polled. John W. Boulden was de feated for councilman. 'Four Paris dudes were here Sunday in t&eir first hired buggy. They set out to mash the entire boarding patronage of the Female College. They drove around tho building 4...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 11 May 1883

w , -, p- CM JL n J2j JN 12j W O. PAIUS. KENTUCKY POLITENESS PATS. ANECDOTE THAT PROVES THE TRUTH OF THE SAYING. James Finneg-an, a sailor bold, Who, naturally, went to sea, "Was never known to swear or scold; A mighty pleasant man was he. Twas his belief one never lost By trying hard to be polite, And 'twas his rule, at any cost. To do a favor when he might. While sailing: in the Southern Sea His ship was wrecked; ships often are. His mates were lost, but saved was he By clinging; to a floating- spar. He gained an island that was nigh. And there he met a new mischance; At once he "was made captive by The barbarous inhabitants. Theyjfrabbed him with avidity And bound him to an upright 6take; Piled "wood about him. He could see They meant that he alive should bake. Now James was not at all inclined To undergo a fricassee. But still was to his fate resigned Because, forsooth, he had to be. A chief, then tried to make somcflro By putting friction to a stick; A toilsome task. Ho did per...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 11 May 1883

.! flotr ami Whcro I?apcrIIangings. Made. ore The making of paper-hangings is an interesting process. Paper-hangings are reported to have been produced in Spain and Holland previous to 15o. Specimens of leather paper used in a Moorish castle in the jiHecnth or fifteenth century have-been found, and the designs equal those of modem times, while the material surpasses anything attempted by manufacturers of to-day. The Japanese, whoso acquirements have long since ceased to awaken surprise, are also adepts in paper-hanging but their distorted conceits and unique combinations of color are not destined to more than a temporary popularity anywhere outside, of Japan. Indeed, when a Yankee originates any device so odd that he does not care to father it himself, he dubs it "Japanese." Phlegmatic Germany has given little play to fancy in paper-hangings, but France and England had the field almost to themseives till American enterprise wrested superiority from them. The Yankee, as has been said...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 11 May 1883

THE BOURBON NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FKIDAYS. r BRUCE CHAMP, 'Editor Bourbon News Publishing Co. SUBSCRIPTION 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. ASmOHNTJEMENT. JUDGE T. P. HAEGIS, CANDIDATE FOR Judge of Court of Appeals. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, CHABLES . OFFUTT. "When Congreve said "Hell has no fury like a woman scorned," lie furnished the key to the Thompson-Davis tragedy. Essie Davis, who is in jail at St. Louis, with Bert Wing, for the murder of Joe Glenn, has been held as accessory by request of action of the grand jury. Gov. Blackburn has issued a requisition upon the Governor of New York for Harry Emmons, wanted at Nicholas ville for and counterfeiting. o j TiiE Court of Appeals of Ken-tuck' has lately decided that the compensation and wages earned by a married woman are free from clai ins and control of her husband. . Judge Hardin ought to be im peached for...

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. — 15 May 1883

Bourbon ATTmrci & X ihj Hi VSJVklRKHK' V !- "SRv l"- J 11 -Ci VV D. t.' t i.f 3t. ' SEMI-WEEKLY. ! tjr OL. II. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1883. no; 127. Mr. Trabue will speak at the Courthouse to-night at 7J o'clock. - The Lexington papers are all enjoying a cut of the new court-house. For Kent Residence opposite Capt. Thomas' grocery. Apply to Mrs. Mrs. B. G. Lyle. 2t The Southern General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, will meet in Lexington Thursday. M. B. Miller, Louisville, says : "I have used Brown's Iron Bitterg with great success for general debility and dyspepsia." Dingus, Morgan county, and Freestone, Rowan county, are the names of new postoffices established during the past week. 4 No. 196 drew the watch offered to the trade by J. T. Nesbitt, who says that the owner must call in 30 days, or it will be forfeited. -- Tue next session of the Kentucky Conference will be held at Cynthiana, beginning September 12th, Bishop Keener presiding. Yeste...

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. — 15 May 1883

i. ! ' i I I ( ", I if i nv n 1i i II. THE ZSTEWS. PABTS. KENTUCKY. IfEWS OF THE WEEK Cendexsed and Eat Into Boa&aMo Shape. f. WASHINGTON BRIEFS. It is the prevailing impression at Washington that the name of Keim as Chief Examiner .of the new Civil 'Service rules will be withdrawn and that of Charles Lyman, present clerk in the Treasurer's office, be substituted. It is claimed that the President has refused to commission Keim. Secret aby Folger says no application has been made to him for the dismissal of Captain E. O'Meagher Condon, now employed in the office of the Supervising Architect of the Treasury, on the ground that his public utterances were disrespectful and offensive to the British Government. The added that he knew no reason why he should interfere in the matter. The Commissioner General of the Land Office has reoeived complaints from the Post Office Department that cattle herders in Nebraska have recently inclosed with a fence for grazing purposes a large tract of ...

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. — 15 May 1883

,( rvw FAKM AM) HOUSEHOLD. The judicious breeding of sheep will help out many a farmer's income. Bread Steaks: Add a little milk, pepper; salt and spice to an egg and neat well together. Cut some slices of bread of eren size and shape and fry a light brown in butter or oil. Drain on paper, pile on a dish, and serve with tomato sauce. Cincinnati Times. Congestive or-nervous headache is often greatly relieved by bathing the head with water as hot as can be borne, and the application will seldom have to be repeated more than once betore the patient will fall into a refreshing sleep. Bathing the, head and eyes, with bay rum is also cooling and quieting. Detroit Post. ' Sweet Tea Cakes without Eggs: Two cupf uls of sugar; one of butter and one of sweet milk; one teaspoonful of soda, small; one of salt and one of caraway seed. Beat the butter and sugar together, and add the milk with soda dissolved in it, the salt- and seed; mix in flour to make a dough stiff enough to roll out. Be. caref...

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. — 15 May 1883

THE BOURBON NEWS. ' PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND' FEIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Bourbon News Publishing Co. BATES. Ono year in advance, $2. 00 Six months in advance, - 1. 00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, Ky., as second class mail matter. ATOTOIINTJEMENT. JUDGE T. P. HARGIS, CANDIDATE FOR Judge of Court of Appeals. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, CHARLES 8. OFFUTT. Five fatal affrays have taken place in Mercer county within the last two weeks, yet there is a clantor that Phil Thompson shall be turned loose without punishment. Wc dare say that neither of the other affrays were as brutal and cowardly as Thompson's, yet if Thompson is bade to go free, v.h y not disregard law and order in all the cases? Is it any wonder that ciwlization and progress 8th rs '"'ear of Kentucky and passes around to the far West? No stranger can be persuaded other than that we are a prime lot of heathens, and it does look very much that way when such representative papers as the Courier-Journal comes ...

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. — 18 May 1883

!I H &i V 8 Ha It. V ft ' !' a V L Pj -.si H. fc The Jt Riilboad election to-morrow. M- Three marriages in Cynthiana last Tuesday. . Ws are informed that Nich. Kreiner arill move into his new building to-morrow, g Rent Residence opposite Capt. nomas' grocery. Apply to Mrs. Mrs. B. $G. Lyle. 2t -- r" wssian JiDWABDS nas purcuaseu a line carriage to add to his already large "4tock of livery. - Jeff Elgin had his right ankle sprained by being thrown from a young filly which he was riding. -- "The Lexington Ice Factory turns out twenty-four tons of ice daily, and sells it at half a cent per pound. 4 Thb snake crop has not been injured by the late frosts, consequently, no re. planting will be necessary. t The price of real estate in Carlisle is looking up. A vacant lot was sold in tbat city last week for $2.50. o Engineer W. 0. Hite of the fire department has been filling the fire cisterns with water pumped from the creek. . Th Kentucky Association of Baptists will convene at Mt. Ste...

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. — 18 May 1883

-i HP' f j(FW S THE USTIEWS. PAKra : : : KENTUCKY 5HE OLD WASHERWOMAN. See, busy with her linen there, Res, busier far than all her peers, In spite of age and snow-white hair, In spite of six and seventy years. In cnciont woman who has grained The daily bread which life demands, Within the sphere that God ordained, By sweat of brow and toil of hands. 'She in her youth has had her day, Has loved and hoped and met her mate, 'Has walked along her woman's way. Grim Care still following-, sure as fat; 'Has borne her husband children three. Has nursed him in his sickness sore. Her faith and hope undimmed, when he Sank to his rest for evermore. Children must bred and nourished be She bravely buckled to her task; Beared them to honest industry, Best heritage the poor can ask Then with her dear ones she must part; To seek their fortunes forth they fare And.still the old and lonely heart Blesses and waits with courage there. "With careful savings flax she bought And Etinted sleep her flax to ...

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. — 18 May 1883

AN 7 1 The Barracuda. Probably the 'gamiest fish of th Southern waters is the barracuda, and the small ones about two feet long, that are found in shoal water, form great sport to him who has the requisite skill to catch them. The barracuda is long t and pike-like, and has shaflfceth, and though set down in one"tbf the" Government reports as poisonous, is, on the contrary, one of the choicest fishes of the reef. The large fishes, weighing one hundred pounds, are caught by trolling, but the true way to take the barracuda is cwith the. spear,and 'only-few amateurs can claim the honor. The writer's first experience was with Bill King, a noted -fisherman of' the reef. The boat, a small dingy, was provided with a pair of grains consisting of a yellow pine rod about eighteen1 feet long that bent well when' held; the spear or grains was two-pronged, the barbs getting inward. ' "This" and a- cord ten feet long, with a white rag attached,- constituted the outfit. The spearsman slowly sculled...

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. — 18 May 1883

j fc r & "" ' ' ' ' ' ' ' i '"' ' ' m BOURBON NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Boukbon News Publishing Co. 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. r nc i g ANNOUNCEMENT. JUDGE T. F. HAEGIS, CANDIDATE FOR Judge of Court of Appeals. DEMOCRATIC .TICKET. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, CHAELES H. OFFUTT. Hon. J. Proctor Knott, our nominee for Governor, is one of our very few Kentucky statesmen known to National fame, and is a statesman in the true sense of the word every inch of him. He will, as a presiding officer, so rule that no Kentuckian will regret his selection to that high and important office. Capt. J. H. Hindman, the nominee for Lieutenant Governor, is an ex-officer of the Federal army who served with distinction, is a lifelong Democrat, and one whose labors told more in carrying the 11th district in the election of Gen. Frank Wolford as a Democratic Congressm...

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. — 22 May 1883

1 Yk Bourbon I . v H c I TTI i-- j. 4T h iX JjJXEj JN EWS; . i ' I ! I V' Wi'Q III I m 33? r. " rtimn - ' -' " muHii.im m l 1 i v - 'i n'-- 'ti i j i i fvyi VOL. II. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1883. NO. 129. SETout your plants. The last snow of the season fell here last night. -o- Knott men are more plentiful now 20 than before the convention. -- Clay Lee, banker of Owingsville, died to Tuesday last, of consumption. . 4t of Pcxe Knott, ye Jones men; only the truly good shall'. shall be rewarded. Mike Fallon held the lucky number (196) which drew the watch at Nosbitt's. t Now the merchants will all get mad at W. H. Ingels & co. See the figures of their advertisement. The marriage of flliss Annie Terry, of ibis city, to Wm. "Warren of Lexington, willitake place to-day. Mrs. J. W. Newhall cured her olcH rooster of the scarlet fever, with "Wizard oil, salts and polecat oil. The City authorities have paid $557.13 a to the Northern Bank being a balance on a note...

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. — 22 May 1883

THE NEWS. PAEIS. IKENTUCKY. NEWS' OF THE WEES. Condensed m. and Put Into Readable sjW Shape. TTA3HJNGTON BRIEFS. A MEUCV&iAi bust of the late President Garfield'was unveiled at thO'Natiohal Deaf Mute Qdllege, at "Washington, on the 16th, with appropriate ceremonies . The bust was carved in. Italy, and was erected by subscriptions received from deaf mutes throughout the United States, and cost $1,500. . r A "Washington dispatch of the 16th says : "The acting Secretary of the Treasury has had a consultion to-day with Mr. Clay, Collector, of Customs, of Newport News, Va., in regard to the exportation of bonded whisky from that port to Bermuda. The Collector said this business is increasing to such .an extent that additional help is absolutely necessary. Five thousand barrels of whisky were now at that port awaiting shipment, and he Is informed that certain exporters for whom a New York firm is acting as agent expect to ship whisky to Brrmuda at the rate of from 5,000 to 10,000 barr...

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. — 22 May 1883

K OF GENERAL INTEREST. . The oldest oyster stand in this country is in Fulton market, New York, It was established sixty-one years ago. 2ft T. Sun. Col. W. A. McDonald looks as happy as a boy with red-topped boots when he speaks of his "girl baby No 22." Coffee County-(Ga.) Gazette. In tearing down an inside wall of the Oconee, (Ga.) Court-house the other day, a bottle of brandy was found that had been placed there sixty years ago. Mormon missionaries, returning from a foreign tour, report that they meet with more or less success in nearly every European country. Indianapolis Journal. It doesn't take a Northern invalid very long to ffet well in Florida. When the first week's hotel bill is presented, he generally says: "I guess I'm Tvell enough to start for home this afternoon. ' ' Detroit Post. Thousands of millions of dollars have gone in and out of the Treasury since Mr. Glifillan -took the national cash into his custody, and the recent recount incidental to a change of custodians...

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. — 22 May 1883

TgBOIlKBOfl MVS, JPUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FBIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor , Boubbon News Publishing Co. STXBSCBIPTIOH" BATBB. Oac year in advance, - - - $2. 00 Six months in advance, - - - 1.00 JEntered at the Post-office at Paris, Ky., as second class mail matter. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Governor J. Proctor Knott. Lieutenant-Governor J. B. Hindman. Attorney-General Watt Hardin. Treasurer Dick Tate. Auditor Fayette Hewitt Superintendent Public Instruction-Joe Desha Pickett. ' Register of Land Office Jno. H. Cecil. COUNTY TICKET. I'OR REPRESENTATIVE, CHAPJiES H. OFFUTT. ANNOUNCEMENT. JUDGE T. E. HAEGI8, CANDIDATE FOB 3udgc of Court of Appeals. When did George Snyder, of Clark county, ever fail to get in his work first at a convention ? A baby was born in Stanford the other day that weighed only one pound. Stanford is an Owsley stronghold. Breckenride News. &.. About five hundred gamblers have left Nashville, most .of thera going to Chicago, on account of the laws in that State makin...

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. — 25 May 1883

5 to Bourbon News. f "? Ml ft - 9' iMK "fr " . f ti ia u g i i . EI "SL L"2". YOL. II. PAKIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1883. NO. 130. MS5S33oaraayre33S23aDia Xow Paris has an opportunity of becoming n real city. Let every good citizen put his shoulder to the -wheel and push the good through. .See the letter of G. W. Bender, Superintendent K. C. R. E. -- The Pharmaceutists' Convention is in bcasion at Lexington. -- J. IIaeiiy Brent declines to make the race for Circuit Judge. o To the wife of Dick Talhott, baggage master at the depot, u son. -e- It is Sergeant at Arms instead of doorkeeper that Col. Geo. O'Neal wanfls. -- Talhott & IIiblek commenced running an ice wagon yesterday morning. -- Tomatoes, peas, beans, beets and all summer vegetables on sale in this market. The Kentucky Central took in to the Covington yards on Saturday 1,902 head of stock. Court of Appeals reversed the decision of the lower- court in the Craft case yesterday. . .44 In the little town...

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. — 25 May 1883

IP fit -e 1 $M f THE NEVS. PARIS. KENTUCKY. N &WNSONG OF UNCLE JO. THE JELEVATOR,MAN.. "AJMeci Long: time I'se bin a Jn de waitin' seat below, And nojy do-rope am comin', t ' .finmin' flnwn for TTnnlfi Jnt 5 i Cdmin'dowii, It moughtTibeslO'wl 9 Comln' downtmoughtbefas' . But still it's comin' for t come, And sure to come at las'. anoder story 1 I hyar de warnin bell: Ting-a-ling! it keeps r I knows dat warnin well; fi)e nearer and de nearer, , . ''' De sweeter in my ear; ' Dat ringin make me happy, ' t9 And chase away de fear. U De slidin' doors ' am rollinV 'ft , . 1 m. v.A roiiin q f or j0 De angels says: "Git ready, ' vH m Git ready for to go." . De chariot wheels am waitin', ter DeZhorses waitin', too, kAnd dem dis chariot wuntst takes in, kft A xey goes ae wnoie way fnro'lti Some stop at the fust landin', 1! ' An'thankee for de same: " " . v. And has no higher aim ; ; - Tf O V. t Some gits a story higher, f tdi!n $S?V2Jffil ' .'OTW xiuu nucu j.guco,x ivaub IU(JU An' keep on...

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. — 25 May 1883

iSl t . . v. - f '- .. !&. en A Black Briae. There was-a novel scene last night on Chestnut street, near Preston. Ahout eight o'clock a young man came, down the front steps of a handsome mansion in that neighborhood and started down the street. He had 'only gone a few steps when a woman who had been crouching in the shadows sprang upon him. She caught him by the throat and dragged him beneath the glare of the nearest street-lamp, "I have you now." The' light revealed the face and figure of a handsome young man, nicely dressed. His assailant was petite 'in form, and was handsomely arrayed in a dress of black. Under the street-lamp she released her hold upon his throat, but kept a firm grip upon the collar of his coat She spoke a few words to Inm, and as she did so the light fell full upon her face and showed her to be mulatto. The face was young and handsome, but the negro blood was apparent even in the flickering light. The scene was witnessed, by several who gathered around to ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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