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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 29 June 1883

fcaai 'THE BOURBON NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMr, Editor Bourbon News Publishing Co. SUBSCBIPTXQN BATES. Uue year in advance, - - - $2. 00 )Kix months in advance, - 1. 00 Entered 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. Buperintendent Public Instruction doc Desha Pickett. Register of Land Office J no. H. Cecil. COUNTY TICKET. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, CHARLES OFFUTT. AOTTNCEMISNT. JUDGE T. F. HAKGIS, CANDIDATE FOR Judtfo of Court oi Appeals. FOR CIRCUIT .JUDGE. We are authorized to announce Wellington A. Cunningham, of this city, as a candidate lof Circuit Judge,. to ill the v.icancv rendered by the resignation of V, ,i.,ft uen. F. Buckner. He respectfully submits his claims, to the Democracy. ingmiin'ma Col. Wm. Brown is called on by a card signed by two Democrats and two Republicans, to...

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 July 1883

--if ff ,"? As- . - -.' - '-A.-i; 3d. ' '"an" V".jB, - Mfp: & b? The B r 'TKl. "H x B B '- V - -J -v-ft. BON News. ' n . -J ISD2 I-W B1KLT. VOL. II. PARIS, BOUBBON COTJNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1883. NO. 14h George Bkll has roasting-ears in hU garden. . .... ... ftp "Yolp fc TaosT's band will furnish mu sic for our fair. J as. A. Johksox, ft retired banker, died at Maysville, -Thursday. It is said that Judge Owsley will b m candidate for TJ. S. Senator. It has rained every Sunday, except two, since the first of January. r Tub K. 0. will sell tickets to-day for ' - all stations, at half fare, good until the 5th. , So Ann fevet irfsaifto 1&JPPt.f alarming extent in tnc vicinity Oi Yille. Tun trade dollar has again dropped' to 85 cents in value, and everybody refuses them for full value. Bork- To the wife of 'Squire John Beatley, formerly Miss Sallie Hoffman of Hutchison, a son. Pet Boriotw, the patriotic confectioner, will send up a 24 feet high balloon to-morrow night. ....

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 July 1883

THE IfcTIE'WS. r BRUCE CHAMP, Publisher PAEIS. KENTUCKY NEWS OE, THE WEEK Condensed an-d Put Into Readable Shape. DOMESTIC Two colored deckhands named George Dudley and Charles Jones, on, the4steamer. Thos. Sherlock, had a quarrel over a cotton hook at Cairo, 111., a few days ago, resulting .in Jones being fatally cut, and dying in the hospital next morning. I)udley, jumped overboard and was drowned. At Vandalia, 111., a few -evenings -since as the bheriff was passing into the jail to lock the prisoners in their cells, six of them overpowered him and made their escape. This is the second delivery made in- sis months. A heavy storm inundated a large part of the town of Bedford, Pa., on the 26th and caused much damage to crops in that section. The exercises of laying the corner stone of the new building of the University of Vermont and the unveiling of a statue of Lafayette took place at Burlington, Vt, on the 26th. - Ten thousand people were present, including the Governor and 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. — 3 July 1883

- FAEM AND HOUSEHOLD, To quiet the burning 0f hands, wet them with hot lime-prater. This will he efficacious sometimes when nothing else does any good. Detroit Post. Quite a number of farmers in Iowa nd portions of Minnesota have this spring planted artichokes uponWhich to feed their hogs in the fall and winter. Ihey are satisfied that they make good feed. Cherry Sweatmeats: Take equal weight of cherries, stoned, and white sugar. Put a layer of sugar into a stone jar and a layer of cherries over it. Fill ap the jar in this way and cover it tightly with a paste of ilour and water and bake for one hour in a moderate ovei. JV". Y. Times. A prominent scientist calls the attention of farmers to the fact that clover, as well as other plants, can be much improved by selection of seed from the best plants. Here is work for any farmer or farmer's boy in his odd urinates. The subject needs only patience and discrimination. To doubt several superior varieties could be produced. Shavings, dry c...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 3 July 1883

THE BOURBON NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND TRIDATS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor "Bourbon News Publishing Co. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One year in advance, -Six $2.00 months in advance, - 1:00 TEntered at the Post-office at Paris. K.y., 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 doe Desha Pickett. Register of Land Office Jno. H. Cecil. COUNTY TICKET. fcOR REPRESENTATIVE, CHARLES OFFUTT. ANNOUNCEMENT. JUDGE T. F. HARGIS, CANDIDATE FOR Judge of Court of Appeals FOit CIRCUIT JUDGE. "We are authorized to announce Wellington A. Cunningham, of this city, as a candidate for Circuit Judge, to fill the vacancy rendered by the resignation of Judge Ben. F. Buckner. He respectfully submits his claims to the Democracy. Mrs. N. A. Fish, of Boone is announced as a candidate for State Librarian. - Gen. Speed Fry will meet Capt. L R. Hi...

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 July 1883

Hr m ,.- . , .. i';'j' H A --' fo ... X JcLej BOURBON News. . ?C& -.O "T" 3 v -' r Ut- ; ' ! ii. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1883. NO. 142. . '- 3SKBS33B ti n 11 . X ! . IT J k I &. 7 v V. s- f. v. 1 " Oroxton lia3 moved into Krei- e" storo room. u Aphonic communication "between id North Middletown was -4- Iulger, the Maysville rapist, has rn to Lexington for safe-keeping. , ae tried in Maysville on the 10th -- , Ky will be court-day in Carlisle, down to have that same ,;telius"rilsetj you before the javes.' -?- ,. Mayor of Mt. Sterling has proc- jd against mad dogs. The crop . appears to be good, as several have dy been killed. f Woodland Park near Lexington ysday, the Lexington club beat the in a score of 5 to 4. The game rtitnessed by 3,000 people. -- , : wheat threshers are now at we understand, are charging 5 per bushel this year excepting in where they feed their own hands. fire at Nicholasville Monday morn-destroyed the residence of Mrs. cher, the...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 6 July 1883

THE USTIEWS. BRUCE CHAMP, Publisher. PAKIS, KENTUCKY. THAT AWFUL COWBOY. He wore but one euspender, And with neither coat or vest; He was on a hiflrh eld bender In a peaceful town out West; His muddy homespun trousers Were in his boot-legs stuck, And his yeHs at times, old rousers, He said were "just foriuck." He had a big horse-pistol, And he stated he could smash A small-sized watch's crystal At a hundred yards, for cash. He wore no tie or collar, And his shirt, not over fine, Cost just one-half a dollar In the days of "Auld Lang Syne." He scorned the town official's, Unmindful of their stars, And carved uncouth initials On the village liquor bars. He seemed to have no money, And whene'er he took a drink He called the landlord "sonny," And paid him with a wink. With noisy song and whistle He on a horseblock sat. And fired his old horse-pistol At the mayor's bee-gum hat. He paled the ladies' faces With his loud, sardonic laugh, And made uncouth grimaces At the constable and staff. ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 6 July 1883

4 I .V J' v' . f -., I l: 1 Fighting a Serpent in a Shaft. At this time of the year dangerous reptiles are most frequently seen in New Mexico, and are most aggressive. Last Tuesday evening two prospectors came into Socorro who relate a strange experience they had with a rattlesnake the week "before. The particulars are down- Tight "snaky," and hut for the reputation these men bear for veracity we -would not publish them. In prospecting about- fifteen miles east of La J"oya they found copper float, and separated to trace it to the lead. One of them, Ed Bennett, on reaching a small hill discovered an old shaft. He fired a .-shot to notify his partner, and began, explorations. The shaft looked to be :about forty feet deep, and about thirty feet distant there was an incline connecting with it. He prepared to descend by this. When nearly at the bottom the loose wash gave way and he was precipitated downward. He shouted out to ihis partner, and was preparing to look laround, when to his h...

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 July 1883

!i! i r i! ii jfii in. .milium, i... ip TIE BOTJEBOK BEW& PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FBIDAYS. BR'UCB CHAMP, Editor Boubbon News Publishing Co. SUBSOBIPTIOH' BATES. One year in advance, - - - $2.00 Six months in advance. - 1. 00 W " TEntered at the Post-office at Paris, Ky., as second class mail matter. "i ii 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. REPRESENTATIVE, OHAELES OFFUTT. A&KOTnSTCEMENT. (JUDGE T. F. HAEGIS, tANDIDATE FOR judge of Court of Appeals. FOB CIRCUIT JUDGE. 1Ve are authorized to announce "Wellington A. Cunningham j of this city, as a candidate for Circuit Judge, to fill the vacancy rendered by the resignation of Judge Ben. F. Buckner. He respectfully submits his claims to the Democracy. We are authorized to announce Capt. Jerre Morton, o...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 10 July 1883

nn ( JS at 5S ilw5 m K thejQ M (i aw 5,369. 3t. ow fijfrjr cars, and gets it cheaper than OSJfaced. 3 Aiogffof honey a rok the size lXe county. were taken from a of a barrel in a wind vxoais tree on Willis Wright's farm lk1stlk growing out of a hollow of 2i xr3r from the ground. W'SST manufacturers of Cincinnati year 150,000 vehicles, and have an Jditrade over that this year. tyrvies of the "Cerro Gordo Guards," 1 thjrial of Barnett and his bandits, mg, cost tne state S2,h). -40- fine refrigerator cars with Texan nical fruits daily nass throueh rcfuS East, 6ver the C. & O. road. nuSBt ise'rTyNDEN county deaf mute 1 teammore effectively and with uSmo than many long-winded drivers. iwill be a Catholic at the a on the 23rd, at which two gold d a pair of bracelets will be -- INK Nix has a hen that hns laid 29 8c$chTare so small that it just takes 26 ,to.flll a ten cent match box level -- eaCiJBAitY, seventeen years of age, the hejErSdige Cleary, of Covington, was JiidSdWuly 4th in t...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 10 July 1883

i r V Chickexs sell for 12 cents per pound on foot, at the Blue Licks. 4 When avc get the machine shops we'll have to have street cars, of course. -( Several heautif ul promises to rain were not fulfilled Friday night and Saturday. The lead mine on 'Squire Isgrigg's place has attained a depth of 75 feet and the vein holds good. Lexington is importing beef from Texas, in refrigerator cars, and gets it cheaper than home-produced. .-o Ten gallons of honey were taken from a hole in a rock the size of a barrel in a winding cliff in Lee county. ct A sycamoke tree on Willis Wright's farm has a polk stalk growing out of a hollow of it forty feet from the ground. . The buggy manufacturers of Cincinnati sold last year 150,000 vehicles, and have an Increased trade over that this year. The services of the "Cerro Gordo Guards," during the trial of Barnett and his bandits, at Mt. Sterling, cost the State 82,540. - Sevebai. fine refrigerator cars with Texan beef and tropical fruits daily pass thro...

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 July 1883

TECIE Isr:E"WS. BRUCE CHAMP, Publisher. PARIS, : : : KENTUCKY OF THE WEEK Condensed and Put Into Readable Shape. DOMESTIC This daughter, son, and daughter-in-law ioJL Charles Reeves, Miss George, and two (Misses Ibers were drowned in Indian "River, Prince Edward's Island, a few 'evenings since, by the capsizing of a boat. Jt A meeting of the Chicago Typographical Union was held a few days ago for the of taking action on the proposed in the scale of prices. After considerable discussion, it was decided to postpone definite action until October 1, and in the meantime to submit the question of an 'increase to a Committee on Arbitration. TVm. H. Seaman, aged twenty-four, shot 'and killed his sister Fanny, aged twenty-,eight, and then killed himself, at Throgg's Neck, "Westchester County, N. T., on the 1st. It is believed he was insane. Two men were robbed by highwaymen at Red Rock, Minn., at a camp meeting, on the night of the 1st, by pistols placed at their heads. This occurred within ...

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 July 1883

w I TJjm AItt HOUSEHOLD. I Ceilings that have been smoked by A kerosene lamp should be washed off with soda water. A veterinary authority m.vb tim treat majority of ring-bones in young orses come from the failure to shorten their toes. To make corn starch cake, take three eggs, one cup of sugar, one-half cup of sweet milk, one cup of butter, one-half cup of ilour, one cup of corn starch, one teaspoonful of baking-powder. Troy (N. Y.) Times. Cows are exceedingly fond of millet and it is an excellent milk producing fodder. It should be grown in ligh sandy soil, at least it is more thrifty on such soil. By manuring it will produce five tons to the acre after being cured. Exchange. Careful experiments were made last year in New York State in the culture of potatoes. The best results followed the Dutch method of planting, which consists of keeping the surface of the ground level, planting a single eye in a place, covering it six inches deep, and allowing but a single stalk to grow in the...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 10 July 1883

w - 1 .TT. -"- - A - . x Jfj" - w: - t ,v . - 4 JM- THE BOUKBON NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FBIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Bourbon News Publishing Co. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One year in advance, - $2.00 Six months in advance, - - - 1.00 r Entered 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 itoe Desha Pickett. Register of Land Office Jno. H. Cecil. dOtJNTY TICKET. fcOR" REPRESENTATIVE CHAELES OFFUTT. iuSTN'OirN'CBMBNT. JUDGE T. F. HARGIS, CANDIDATE FOR Judge oi' Court of Appeals. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. We are authorized to announce Wei linton A. Cunningham, of this city, as a candidate for Circuit Judge, to fill the vacancy rendered by the resignation of J nd"e Ben. F. Buckner. He respectfully submits his claims to the Democracy. We are authorized to announce Capt. Jerre Morton, o...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 13 July 1883

ifft. a s 0"" m a . w s ri n in r for grain threshing. ction in Harrison county -- for 53,700 cash. 4 wingsville, Sunday. to- me-grown, 10 cents per dozen -- erian parsonage at Maysville, Bwetnaii fell dead with heart r lai'sed with the crime of rape, 5 a the Lexington jail. h. ti ayette county was poisoned ting riy paper, Monday. has fallen from 233 to 225, hut lolds his own at 273 pounds. t weighing 43 pounds was caught below Falmouth last week k & Co. 'S sales in June of this those of same month last year ille Amateurs will play the fine a matcn game ai - 1 ! ance of the Knights of Honor 1 of their hall to-morrow night mfrtportance. U Combination will furnish at our Opera House . -- enn -- edk SQys tuat if tne Rev' MrJ bmldmS on his purchase at once ;ir egisters a piece of land, it will plant him. the28th inst., there will be a of all the Sunday Schools held camp ground. ' nists of our city are enjoying a '"' and night, working on engines, i 1 other machines. "W ,411 confer a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 13 July 1883

j . . ra 3?:e3::e M BRUCE CHAMP, Publisher. I PARIS: KENTUCKY grgfyr L GENTLE WORD. When passion's flame is burning' high, When spirit's depths are rudely stirred, Ere using stern coercion try a gentle word. W"Ra. Within the household and the school. Stwaet'tmeloomeoandnjeeard? X Where'er you be, apply the magic in a gentle word. t IS - i If tear-drops flow adown the cheek, You can a solace.cheap,afford; . . - . . In softened intonations speak There's ,. . - magic - in a gentle word. - . . . . - Decrepit age and childhood gay Alike possess an echoing chord, From which soft sounds and sweet will stray, Responsive to a gentle word. Alasi for those whose lives go by Nor wake that strain like song of bird I But blest are they who often try The magic of a gentle word. , Golden Days. BELLE BRANDON'S BOOTS. v "It is hopeless," said Percival Perry to himself. "There are,too many young men in-New York.- There is no chance for i me. -'I've spent my money, and' every possible effort. , perhaps...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 13 July 1883

i VS jMHafc W 'W' '?', f " ju" ii'iuwiyv'yfe'" -p fr ; 8 i 7 i I i J. V I i i t V 1 iB ij I ? ! Jr .' "- TesuYlus in 1871-2. Seen from Naples during thtf printer of 1871-2, Vesuvius wore an aspect more festal than formidable. -At internals, a brightSed riband; of fire" 4ependedlike a decoration, from its summit;, while the volcanic character, already betrayed in the graceful inward curves of central subsidence, was accentuated by a vaporous "crown occasionally flushed with the nocturnal glow of internal incandescence. The mountain was, however, considered to have entered on a phaso of serious agitation; and a minor cone, thrown up just outside the northern of the great crater, served at once asthe main channel and the visible sign of its renewed activity. High up among the lava fields ominous sounds began to be heard by the end of January, resembling the distant bellow of an infuriated animal; hot, sulphurous steam issued from cracks and crevices and the great crater threw some prel...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 13 July 1883

I i y vv - J !V r fflE BOMBON HEWS. V'JBLISHED TUESDAYS AND PBIDAYf. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Bourdox News Publishing Co. UBBOEIPTIOjr KATJW. 0n year in advance, - - - $2.00 Sir months in advance, ... 1. 00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, a.y. as secona ciass msyi matter. j DEMOCRATIC STATS TICKET. Governor J. Proctot Knott. Lieutenant-Governor J. B. Hindman. Attorney-General "Watt Hardin. treasurer Dick Tate. Auditor Fayette Hewitt. Superintendent Public Instruction J6e Desha Pickett. Register of Land Office Jno. H. Cecil. COUNTY TICKET. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, CHARLES OFFUTT. AKtfGUKCEatENT. JUDGE T. F. HARGIS, CANDIDATE FOR Judge of Court of Appeals. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. "VVe are authorized to announce Wellington A. Cunningham, of this city, as a candidate for Circuit Judge, to fill the vacancy rendered by the resignation of Judge Ben. F. Buckner. He respectfully submits his claims to the Democracy. We are authorized to announce Capt. Jefre Morton, of Lexinglon, as a candidate for Circ...

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 July 1883

-- Nannie, the eight-years , ON Saturday evening old daughter of James Talbott, living near the Harrison and Bonrbon line, fell kicked by the animal, from a horse and was fracturing her skull and rendering her un-conscious.-Cynthiana Democrat. -- W M Fredericks and his two sons, who heat up Wm. Griffith, were arraigned'beforc of assault and t.,a twi,o .mnn the charge battery with intent to kill, last Friday, at Cynthiana, were held in the sum of 5300 to await the action of the Grand 1ury. . & Jim Owens and Sam Rltey paid an old key five dotlars to play one tune on an ac- cordeon all night to the Emmett Rifles on . ,,4i.iiTnnininii. "Emnty is the Lru;iiu ul Liio iua.yoTiv v - Cradle, for Baby is Gone," was which was promptly played the tune, without change. Louis Gali., the Italian who arrived here to visit Boriotti's cook last week, raised Cain around the confectionery yesterday, because the cook would not follow him off to make him a living, and was in consequence arrested for ...

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 July 1883

"' v . f 3Kk ""IF 3 i T3s. " r 6T "v"W i$ i EW8. ' E k t MMMBMariMHiBaatinrtndHeM rr rMaMwd 3 SUj l0lk. II. PABIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1S83. NO. 145. S AMI TE 311 IB TI sM ia; elti tes i tn xpeji aared :heir iH.' ace hi shcl )ol t at 1, stb'trters I co: )Y. I RT I iHtel if I' Oil o t olk forsyth is auctioning off Chester xton's stock of goods at Lexington. - 'all at J. J. Shaw & Co.'s and see the Light- Kf self-sealing glass fruit jar the best 17jy8t , v - A.ODS are now being received by freight 'n New York in four days, over the C. & Vad. -- e trial of Neal, the Ashland murderer, t for Tuesday, August 7, at Grayson, Car- sounty. L'athan's circus is looked for here the loud week in September, so says the i Citizen. :e Lexington boys got away with Louis-i in'a score of 6 to 5 in a match game of Friday. Aai'ii H. Clay says there is more good i on the Jackstown pike than any pike "ling into Paris. VTILder John A. Qako, sr., will preach at tf iVfinnpridcr...

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