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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 18 April 1882

across the Bbine. We think we may safely say that before the evening was half over a more enthusiastic or better pleased audience never assembled within the walls of Heuck's Opera House. It is the best minstrel band that has visited this city for years, and is complete throughoutthere is not a weak point in he show. The mijsic js the Quartette a 'nipst'wanderiuliy fine one, and a set of comedians that are all of vngiy &io reputation, s&& -" . . H W. 1, .;iv H b The THE DEAD BAKDIT. o - Jesse James was the son of a Baptist preacher of prominence and eloquence in his day. The father was a native of Logan county, this state, and the mother, whose maiden name 2erelda Cole, was born in "Woodford county, about half way between Versailles and Lexington, where her father kept a hostelry known as "Cole's Tavern." On the death of her father the widow removed to the neighborhood of Stamping Ground, in Scott county, among her relatives, and there the future mother of the greatest ba...

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 April 1882

i ' i i i i s lit CURRENT NEWS. - Lxte fruit is uninjured. The trial of tho Btar Boute casos will begin itay 4. ;Mambbino Kino was sold at Lexington, Ky., for $15,000. Attacks on tho Jews in Btuwia are fresh almost every hour. St. Joseph (Mo.) bonds, to the extent of $100,000, are missing. Aprte, 11 the fund for Sergeant Mason's had reached $7,000. Snow fell to the depth of three inches in portions of Ohio on the 10th inst Ship loads of coolies are en route from Hong Kong to "Victoria, British Columbia. Bey. L. Hamilton, of Oakland, C&1, died in his pulpit Sunday while preaching. John J. Knox, of Minnesota, has been confirmed Comptroller of the Currency. 2Tedit in the Ohio Valley has not been com pletely destroyed, but greatly damaged. A sthamboat boiler explosion at Charleston, 8. C, killed one man and injured several. LomsviLLE offers to give $1,000,000 for the privilege of becoming the Capital of Kentucky. Mks. Scovuxe has filed a bill asking to be made conservator of Guiteau...

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 April 1882

A HUMAN BAROMETER. T-- - - ' . w'. .a .ou oaurvrt The Real Relation Biweea uie Heww Body and the Weather Scientifically Ex- plained. i IBcieatlfic American. ., One of ith jaaoBtSalideyd.opmejats modern science along the lino of human necessity is the National Weather Bureau, at Washington. Experience tias shown per cent, of the predictions of the signal service are accurate; and these predictions are unquestionably of the greatest advantage to the seaman, the' agriculturist and the entire com mercial, vrprld. The .service has proven Jtsa necessity uv 11a uubiuiuubB, lur m past urnes the facilities 'for foretelling tmoBpherioJ changes were ijieagr indeed. l Tha only j tions our fathers had of .cpmiiigphajngesjin.the weather we$e. wminimb' twinBnfqintsrpr; painful corns. These 'inarwUtbimKn; crude, were uuauy correct, ana nepesnaxurauy BUggCBlr U1D UllUUjr UD IU mDlCIIMUtl LKM.VTOC11 Via Thi hrrli is unqnestipnablan., excellent STapomMef? 'It', foretelja changes inti atmosphere Jotig ...

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 April 1882

if i n . tt "J ; I ri w ' ! ii Mi f.i ' i! - TM BOMBQH NEWS. Published tuesdayb axd Fridays. . BRUCE CHA&P, Editor Boubbon News Publishing Co. , SUBSCKIPTIOK" BATES. One year in advance, - $2.00 Six months in advance, - - 1.00 Eatsred it tht Pestofict t Prris, Ky., K itcoad class asil aatttt. Txx dcitruotion by floodi in touilUa nlone, amount! to 50, 900,000,00. A Bourbon county farmer thf other di testified his admiration for Bro. Barnes by naming "a new horse foal for him. Among the Bourbonnaise this is esteemed the highest honor that can be paid a citizen."Breckinridge News. Capt. Tom Henry, the Hero of the Whisky Bottle, has shipwrecked his logs on the Licking. It is understood that Jacob will get "the logs and Tom will take "the licking," Don't cry about it, 'Cap I A lictle cold water will do you good., Danville Fribwne. Barnes says he believes thatthere will be horses in heaven, all without a plug among them, and plenty of music, drinking and dancing. This is too indefinit...

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. — 21 April 1882

The Dr. J. T. McMillan sold a Jersey cow and calf, this morning, to Alex. for $500. -- Misses E. & S. D. Mitchell will have their Millinery opening Saturday April 2Jthi Ladies don't fail to attend. -- There are at present nearly 300 cases of under treatment" in nati. There were 4L deaths from that disease there last week. -. The pistol that Jesse James carried has not been shown on the second-hand market of our city yet, but a new single-barrel shot gun can be bought at this office for $3.50. y 1 "With 621 Barnes converts and the brass band disbanded, the devil has no further use for Paris, but has packed his grip-sack and taken up his permanent abode in Cynthiana. The citizens of Paris are hereby notified that the law in reference to stock running at large will from this date be strictly enforced. By the order of the City Council. -- Vandals in Clark county, broke two cross-cut saws and two plows, in draining Wash Miller's fish-pond, seined the fish all out and stoned an old ne...

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. — 21 April 1882

vrn or f i is fgggucsfi jruu( THE CHIMNEY'S SONG,. BT BBET HAUTB. Orer the chimney the night vrind sang, And chanted a melody no one knew; And the woman stopped aa the babe oho tossed, And thought of the one she had long Bince lost, And said, tear-drops back 6he forced, " I hate the in the chimney . -.- .- r Over the ohimnoy the night wind sang, And chant3iamelodyjno one Jmew; r And the children said, as they closer drew, 'Tia some witch that is. cloayUigithe night aix through Tis a fairy trumpet that just now blew, f.nlf I And we fear th wind ia the Orar tno cmmiiey the night wind sang,'- And chanted a melody no one knew; And the man, as he Bat on his hearth below, Bald to himself "It will surely snow, And fuel Is dear and wages low, ' .i And I'll stop the leak in the chimney." Over the chimney the night wind fang, tl And chanted a melody no one knew; But the poet listened and smiled, for h Was man and woman and child, all three, .- rti And he said It 1b God's, own harmony, This wi...

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. — 21 April 1882

m 1 :J M m FAJRM AND HOME. Farm ltalcings, A new use for sorghum seed has been discovered. Glucose can be made from it as well as from corn, and it is estimated that 1,250 pounds can be made from the seed grown on one acre. It is thought that the discovery will, by the added profits arising from the sale of glucose, make the culture of sorghum for sugar a profitable business. A writer in the Rural World gives what he believes to be the proper manner of sowing sorgho for forage. He says: "First, the sorgho seed, about one and one-half bushels to the acre. Out with a side-delivery reaper. Let the gavels lay about twelve hours, then turn to cure on the other side, after they can be bound and shocked, and, after standing in shock about ten days to two weeks, stack for winter use." The above method, so far as curing is concerned, will recommend itself to far mers who have in view the building of silos for preserving fodder. Of course, when cut and cured, it will be necessary to remove th...

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. — 21 April 1882

THE EQUliBQN NEWS. 'PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FKIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Bourbon News Publishing Co. subsceiption One year in advance, -Six months in advance, RATES. - - $2.00 - - 1.00 Entered at the Postoffic at Parte, Kyi, as second class nail matter, oMaaHnaBBHiaBaBMkMMmi ' ? " ' r " mm .-. lLLi,,.W. as A CARD. &ICHA8D Bsip, of Montgomery county, is a candidate for Judge ox the Superior Uourt of the Third District of Kentucky, subject to tbe action of tbo Democratic party. The Legislature threatens to pack up and go home On the 24th. The mother of Jeese James keeps constant watch at his grave, which is within easy rifle range from her I window. Medical Btudents will please take notice. The unsuspecting citizens oi Lexington ordered out their fire department the other night, to put out the auroraborealiB. Now we know they need the Capitol. .... . .The Ford boys plead guilty of murder, and have been sentenced to be hanged to death. The Governor, will of course, pardon them. Just...

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 April 1882

1 ft fMlKi Hitf89ttl5nK3t7MRrtSte5HUi The cool weather will put the price of red lemonade down to five cents a glass today, -- SntiNG Chickens sung the bitter-sweet Song of four dollars a dozen on our streets Saturday. - Fo&xd i 'A store door key : which the owner can have by paying for this notice. Call at this office. Mas G. C; Fahis has 220 Spring chickens ready for the frying pan, saith the Carlisle Mercury --i "; , Andy GiLLISpie, of Falmdujjh,'." haj' been jailed at that place, after "stealing five horses within ten days. Is there one on the top seat who will tnake his first confession, and take one of these celebrated clown solig, books ? ot Lots of .people will spend two dollars with the circus to-day that cannot afford to pay that price -for a semi-weekly paper. ' Misses E. & S. D. Mitchell will have their Millinery opening Saturday April 29th. Ladies don't fail to attend. fltP AVm. Bradley, white, who was sentenced to the penitentiary here last week, has three brot...

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 April 1882

M CUEEENT NEWS. S r or Tn OhioTegifllatore adjonrmed on the 17th Kino Thisbaw has been butchering more of bis relatives. or Thb reviTalist Harrison has gono to Boston ' to take a rest. Judge Tait, of Cincinnati, haB been A Bated Minister to Austria. The liquor dealers of Ohio are-organizing to defeat honor tax law. - ' '" Ligoneeb YiiiY Penh.) Vas.Tisited jvith a. f m 'destructive torahado on the 20th. ''. . The death of J. H. Haverly, theatrical manager, is announced from London. ' ' The revenue steamer CorwJn.:is to be sent ' to the rescue of the crew of the Bodgers. -The heaviest snow storm of. the- season was reported from Michigan P.eninsula,irilj2(). A PBOLOHQED drouth is causing great distress among the working classes in Andalusia, Spain. 'About 150 Mormon converts have arrived at pan Francisco from Australia en route for Salt Lake. , " The United States House on the 17th, passed Page's Chinese bill, suspending Chinese ration ten years. Macxean, who fired at Queen Tlctoria, ...

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 April 1882

J? I M PKESENTIMEHTS. An Invectlcatton or tbe Cause of Tfaoae Dark Forebodings whlcb. Itlabe Power fal Men Weak. Golden Rnle.J Much apprehension has been occaBioned throughout America from the announcement made by Professor Proctor that the return in nineteen years of the great comet of last summer will cause the destruction of the earth. But while people are becoming so strangely exercised over this announcement, an event of far more serious importance, which iB taking place to-day, seems to be almost wholly overlooked. The nature of this most vital Subject can be best explained by relating the following experiences : Bishop E. O. Haven, known to the entire laud, was unaccountably awakened one night out of a sound sleep, -and lay awake until morning. His mind seemed unusually active, and he not only reviewed hi3 past life, which had been an eventful one, but laid extensive plans for the future. He did not feel especially ill, bat could not account for the uuuBiial activity of his b...

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. — 25 April 1882

9fc u&jz&n&.'tfrfrmati IMS BO0MOHSEWS.I rUBWSHED TUJE8DAYS AKD PEIDAYS. i BKUOB CHAMP, Editor Boubbon News Publishing Co. BATHS. Que yw m advancf, $2.00 Mtittkf in Mxamet, 1.00 r&tfrtd vlih & at Fri, jfef ., m Mtittd piM ui 3cmttrj MH rm AKP. foouiB Bi&, ef Montfofcif ry county, &ciuriidt'i&r;Judf of th Superior (fettftof thttXKini luttricttf Ktmucky, &bjrt to tot nation of the Dwnecrattc TH Falmouth Republican com plains of thtir Sabbaths being brokan by liquor, Oigab Wilde netted $25,000 hy .his trip in this country. Yet there are people who Gail him a fool. term ml n mi Comets, sun pots, eleotrio storms and terrific tornadoes. .Perhaps Mother Shipton made a mistake in the year. . About one thousand .and one hundred bills have been passed by the Legislature and singed by the Governor. Governoh Tabob, of Colorado, who does not get along well with hi3 Tnfc, has been sued for 50,000 per year alimony. Tits Carlisle Mereury aays that Nicholas county ...

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. — 28 April 1882

r r&v V m X JjLJlj OL. I. gjjsa Several cows have died in Mason county, from eating? frozen-wheat. " -na- Gam. M. Oi Hutchins s has . been i post-master- of -Maysville.. ;. -- 'Xuebe wasn't a clown song book' banger at the great circus This should at- least entitle it to great . respect.- - The last of the two huridred new cars for the KentuckyGjentraU Jlaiiroad ..were received from the factory last week; The railroad is now very fairly equipped; The City of Paris was fined $100 and costs "Wednesday by the Commonwealth) for permitting-- the streets blockaded by colored folks in front of some Ealoonsj IVfiBTDODY with their ready cash, are respectfully invited to attend the 'opening of a finely selebted stock of iancy goods and notionsrat MrsJS. 5,. Turkey's, Main Street, Paris, on to-morrow. 0. "VVebling, the butcher, wiil'move in a few daySj to the building now being repaired by John T. Hinton, on the corner near the Thurston House, ".opposite Hill's marble works. tf. TnE City C...

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. — 28 April 1882

1 ! I! r i H i1 t: h . ev. i mXTERTAINING BOBR BIG BISTER'S BEAU. BY DUET HA.BTE. My Biflter'll be down ia a minute, and says you're to wait if you pleaso ; And says I might stay till Bhe came, if I'd promise never to tease, If or speaklm you spoke to me first. But that's nonsense, for how would you know What say, if I- didn't? Don't you-really and truly think so? "And then you'd feel strange Tiere alone! and you wouldn't know juatwhere,to sit; for that chair isn't strong on its legs, and 4 we ' never use it a bit . We keep Htato" niatch the sbfal 'But Jack saysUt ' would be just like you To flop yourself right down iipon'it and knock" 'oui the veiy last screw. . , 44 B'pose you try? I won't tell. You're afraid to! 0 1 you're afraid they would think it. wasmeanL. Well, then, there's the album that's prettylf 'your fingers are clean. For sister jays Bometimea I daub it; but she only says that when she's cross. tit "" . there's herplcturo. You know it ? It's like her, butane ain't as ...

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. — 28 April 1882

i FAB1X NOTES. .Farm Raftings, One of the first things a farmer's -wife ehould learn, if she has not already learned it as a farmer's daughter, is to drive and harness a horse. Strawberries are much more prolifio when four or five different varieties are planted together, although, each variety may be a perfect one, than if but one ,perfect variety were planted alone. The opinion has generally prevailed that a little bran mixed with meal would produce more pork than clear meal, but' in some experiments lately -tried it was found that clear meal made more pork than a mixture of bran and meal. Pbop. Brewer, of the Sheffield Sci entific School, New Haven, says : "On account of the value of our straw and of the stalks of our corn for feeding, it is found that an acre of corn, wheat or other grain pays as large a profit here as in the "West, and that the labor of each man is as well or better paid." The Flemish farmer scrupulously col. lects every atom of "sewage from the towns; he guard...

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. — 28 April 1882

.jjgT gofflwqggajfcsspc THE BOUPOfl NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AUD FBIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Boukbon News Publishing Co. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One year in advance, - $2.00 tX months ia Advance, - - 1.00 Eattred tX the Postoffiai at Parii, SLy., m second ohm ail aarttwQ A CABD, IUchad Bud, of Montgomery county, ti oundiditt fcr Judjgo of the Superior Court of the EJwd District of Kentucky, subject (o ttjo action of the Dtcaeewtw ' ywiy. ., Darwin wtyl be buried in close proximity to Isaao Newton, OScJAb Wilde' itill Wanders through the West, felicitating himself on his success as a pantaloon ici McLean, the fellow who fired at Queen Victoria recently, has been tried and acquitted oil the grounds of insanity. Scoville has been lecturing to empty benches, and now MrB. Sco? villo will take the platform and see what she can do. Veknok, the Canadian fraud, has broken loose again. He says the aurora borealis'indicates a cold and and wet summer. Lookout for a hot and. dry season. Darwin, ' t...

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. — 2 May 1882

The Oapt. J. Mt Thomas proposes to spend 20,000 on the erection of a new opera house. Blikd Tom is billed for Lexington on the 9th, and will probably come here on the 10th. l Doc Fretwell left for Europe yesterday. Wm, Massie, wife and son will go the last of the week. The woodpeckers have arrived, which is the old and in: alible rule for planting corn-and going .a fishing. ..... 4 The top of the wool market yesterday .was 25 iorshort, and 22 lor long, and the market was depressed. ' u Job Dickky is evidently looking for a flood, lie nas a skitf cnaiued on u chit' one hundred feet above high 'water mark. . , -0- Jim Taylor reports having seen a whip-pool-will in town tne other evening. That's nothing there's a whip-poor-Dick up town every day all the time. .- Tub meeting of the directors of the Buddies Mills & bhawhan's Station turnpike, will be held at Shawhan, on Wednesday, April 10th, for the election ot officers. - C. Wealing, the butcher, will move in a few days, to the bui...

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. — 2 May 1882

I I CUEEENT HBWJS. X. r Tn Virginia Ljgulat&rt mm djournii 1 Thb Kentucky Legislator has adjourned. visited Washington City the 93d of April Gbn. Bhobeustp is seriously ill with acute Inflammation of the lunge. Sbnatob Bjix's physician says he will not , inrvivcLmore than six months. It sbkks that Ex-Secretary Blaine thinks Mr. ,TBhipherdio somewhat of aHarM , John D. Andbew, the " lightning calculator-" - kiUedihiawifeatWesohester.'Pa. J&. The breaking of a sewer at St. Louis did iamag'e to the extent of' 4200,000. A Louisvujle policeman shot andv killed a ,' man who attacked him with a hatchet ' Tee towboat Little Eagle was wrecked at Hannibal Mo., and three persons drowned. , . Djujwiu'b remains will rest in Westminster Abbey, close to those of Sir Isaac Newton. K fS -Michael O'Conneb ("Oiridhnatus,") the widely-known song and dance man, is dead. The business portion of Lake City, Michigan, .has beerfdestroyed bjrfire. JjQmf $350,000. George Scoville has formally withdraw...

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. — 2 May 1882

I 5 THE USES OF PAFJEM. Hot Paper Car 7F7ieeto JSfatfo Some Interesting Facts. Paper car "wheels are composed entirely of paper rings pressed together under a -weight of six tons, and then fastened by means of bolts and steel tire put on them, -when they are ready for use. Laid loosely, the rings stack as high as the sho.ulders of an ordinary man. Under treatment they sink to the thickness required. If the tire should wear or fall off the wheel, or the train run from the track, there.-would be no danger of their Tareaking, as they are Tery flexible, and -would spring. A paper ball can be rendered so, solid that nothing but a diamond tool can cause an indentation in it. At the millis a square block of compressed paper iastened on a turning lathe, and so hard that, if a-fine steel chisel is held against it when moving, instead of cutting .the paper, it will break the- chisel into a hundred pieces. The strength is astonishing. . Tbu can take a Ja note of , the Bank of England,-twist it...

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. — 2 May 1882

I am-. Thii e?aS3rq;P:;Tffra)yrnircre J3JB': BOUMOJS n PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. ? ".iBUCE CHAMP, Editor ' - Bourbon News Publishing Co. 8TJBSCBIPTI02J BATES. - One .year in advance, -: $2".0u Six months in advance, l.UU Entered at the Postoffic at Paris, Ky.,as second class mail matter. pmKmmmvmerBBm&miimMBiimwimimm A CARD. Riohard Reid, of Montgomery county, & a candidate for. Judge of the Superior ' Court of the Third District of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Gov. Blackburn says he will uot call an extra session of the Legislature. A Georgia man has made good USB a bundle of Conlederate bouub " by papering his house with them.. , . Several good Indians were h'Urig and shot last week. The poor boys are like autumn leaves, passing away. 1 i Tombstone Arizona, has 6UU ' gamoiers among its population. vVouldn t that oe daisy oi a place lor prosecuting attorney iiro&ston 'r . Amonu the gxeiu men who have died ttiwiiiii tnoiaso twelve moil e...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
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