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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 5 May 1882

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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. — 5 May 1882

KEEP NOTHING FROM MOTHER, They eat at the spinning together, And they epun the fine white thread ; , One face was old and the other vas young '7 A golden and a Bilver head. At time3 the young voice bro&o in song That "was wonderfully sweet; And the mother's heart beat deep and calm, For hor joy waa most complete. There was many a holy leason, Interwoven with silent prayer, Taught to her gentle, listening: ohild, As they two Bat spinning there. irs " And of all that I speak, my darling, Prom my older head and heart, r God gjvoth me one last thing to say. And with it thou shalt not part. " Thou wilt listen to many voices, And ah I woe that this must be ! - W. Jhe voice of praiso and the voice of lovo And the voice of flattery. ."But listen to me, my little one. There's one thing that thou shalt f ear Let never a word to my love be said tj . Wince her mother may not nearl No matter how true, my darling one, The words may seem to thee, They are not fit for my child to hear If they c...

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. — 5 May 1882

K R ! FARM AND HOME. JFann'Itiikings. The brown or rusty orange is sweeter and can be kept longer than the bright fruit. Sorghum seed is readily eaten by , poultry, and is better for small chick- , turnip, 5; salsify, 2. ens than corn. exciang0 Yes the following state- Buoewheat given to hens makes the ! ment of an orchard successfully of their eggs a very light yellow, nred by sheep and hogs : " The orchard More corn will increase the color. occupies thirty-two acres, and is made Two cows well sheltered in winter will ntoduce more milk and butter than will I three who have no shelter, though no moro than lialf the feed required for the three should be given the two. . In some parts of Southern Illinois vegetables are raised in advance of the season in open ground by conducting heated air or steam in pipes running at some distance under the surface of the earth. There is a large demand for good road and carriage horses. Farmers who have sound, well-bred, stylish animals, from fiftee...

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. — 5 May 1882

uskStmssssssssisenssssi IHE BUUttBON NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Bourbon News Publishing Co. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One year in advance, - 2.00 Six months in adrance, - - 1.00 Entered at the Postoffic at Paris, &y &8 second class mail Blatter. B3KS 9E3EE A CAKD. KioflABD Reid, of Montgomery county, is a candidate for Judge' Qf the Superior Co$rt of the Third District of Kentucky, Bubject to the action of the Democratic party. miiiinw "-" I ! Lots of good dogs are dying now in Nicholas oounty, since the Assessor has started out on his mission of duty. New Orleans has just had another duel after the French fashionbluster and burnt powder, but no blood, -o There were 1,399 bills introduced in the House during the last session, of which a few more than a thousand were passed. Yeoman. Oscar Wilde returns from the Pacific Coast with a Chinese body servant. No one ought to object, if the Chinaman can stand it. There was a circus in Frankfort Friday, and 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. — 9 May 1882

There has been a strike among the printers of the Transylvania company at Lexington. " The fast express train from Covington to Newport News -will be put on the road about the 13th. - Six pairs of four-ply gents' linen cuffs for $1, at . (Firm name inserted here next week for 25 cents.) - Flesiingsburg's lamp posts have been whitewashed, to prevent people from running against them of dark nights. Farmers will find information in the stock column of this issue, which will profit them more than a year's subscription to this paper. - Our coal dealers are offering to put the best Kentucky semi-cannel coal in cellars here the coming summer, at 15 cents per bushel. The Limestone Mills, at Maysville, were sold at public sale Tuesday, Pearce Brothers being the purchasers at $30,-000. 40 The house recently sold by John Caldwell to Jas. Thompson, near "Weston, Nicholas county, burned down Thursday morning. . John Hendricks, architect and contractor, is erecting a fine residence on the Jake Ke...

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. — 9 May 1882

THE BEAUTIES OF JXATURE, BY A. Ii. VAN OSDETJ. Beauty of .every kind is formed to captivate, and there is this peculiar advantage in contemplating tlie beauties of vegetable nature, that -we may permit our hearts to be ensnared by them without apprehension of a dangerous or dishonorable servitude. A taste for the beauties of nature is one of the best means of . perpetuating innocence and purity of character. It diverts the attention from the turbulent scenes of fashion and folly, and superinduces a placid tranquillity of the mind highly favorable to the gentle virtues, and to the permanenoy of our most refined enjoyments. Eural scenes of almost every kind are delightful to the mind.oL man. The verdant plain, the flowery mead, the meandering stream and the warbling of birds, are all capable of gently agreeable. Our misfortune is that the greater portion of mankind are hurried on in the career of life with too great rapidity to give proper attention to the works of vegetable nature su...

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. — 9 May 1882

M Jy I - FAJRM AND SOME, .Farm RaMngs, If the owner of a cow will realize that unless she pays him 50 yearly in clean cash she is kept at a loss, he "will soon become interested in improvement o! stock. Pkof. BhiEY thinks that immunity from the ravages of the Hessian fly may be expected for several years, as the heat and drought of last summer killed large numbers of them. BijUegeass is somewhat delicate when very young, but after it gets a good hold it usurps the soil,. cleaning out all other grasses. It should not be pastured the first season. It is commonly stated that the potash salts and other similar materials are more effective when used together than when applied separately. Certainly, complete fertilizers are more efficient than partial fertilizers. The sow should be fed but little corn during the last two months of her pregnancy. Her diet should avoid that which is so heatiDg and fattening. Oats, bran, middlings and beets are a great deal better than the everlasting corn d...

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. — 9 May 1882

rmam"9Ma.tStoi IHK BOURBON NEWS. I I W. iW W ! Pt . PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor , . Boubbon News Publishing Co. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One year in advance, -Six - - $12.00 me&tkg in ftdra&ce, - - 1.00 at tk PMtofiUft ftt Ftfif, ,,u tecosd cIjuw nail matter. 1 A CAED. Bioxazd Bm, of Montgomery county, is candidate for Jmdge of the Superior Court of the Third District of Kentucky, i ubjact to the action of the Democratic party. Col. D. Howard Smith is Chairman of the Railroad Commission and C. E. Kinkead Secretary. The commission will meet oft the 17th nd go to work. johk d. w w,jigs member of Congress, is s fool. We do not mention this in confidence. It is a simple record of fact. Denver Tribune. It only costs sixty-seven cents to swear in Pensylvania. When the criminal code of New York goes into operation it will cost ixew Yorkers a dollar an oath. As it has been eome time since a subscription was taken up for the old hog, U. S. Grant, it is about time s...

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. — 19 May 1882

News ? V W H H. IJ '-- . i , 6JB0VI miaTfattT - - Mu vj ' 11 --,-, -C VI 1 Lf V V "it, ja.joii srHr m Hon el i' ! Cv &&! sov tui ' " I i j mm mm m w v mJ . C .TiW IJ t i nja tooy xa ,,. j O fc.o.iidhmaw MWNVWMPf 1 j :- . ; I 3? fit fi'. a ua SEMI"WH34.. ..,.: rtofrr r.mtiT Hit jo. (A ,v sJ VOL. PARIS, .B0IJRBON COUNTY, KEJMQKY: FRIDAY, MA 19, 1893. a. NO".. 20. w" iBMMli J. T 1 II i j The ligw .passenger engines (on t .the K. C. are .tfaises. . a. . ...... , Conductor Martxn vhmake an extra trip to Mays "' vjlje. torfiay. j, x, The Midway, Orphan School .will turn outjnhiejgraduates this year. - .. Joiii Letton, of, Cane Ridge, . has an able-bodied duck with four Jegs. it Tee corn crops ney,er,corueup prettier than the, present one mjthis .county. -- The ;G.eneral Baptist Association of Kentucky meets in Hopkinsville May 24. . Tip lusic,, Festival afe Cincinnati is being thinly represented by Bourbonites. Alex. Oder's case is set for a hearing before the Court of Appeals on ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 19 May 1882

BOB OF THE GOIiDEtV CITY. B7 WU1I1 B. HA.TS. r " Say, Mister, come Bit down awhile,-An' listen. I was tnar. I tell yon, sir, it ot bo hot The fire anmhnd mv 7i't I woke up when the whistle Mowed, An' hope I may be dern Eft took the fire a minute, sir, To run from Bem to stern. . But, Mister, you'll forgive these teari, jLiun.uruiiuy eyeuaB laii: "Itmak'ea 'em come to The hero of tham all. :of Mm, ""Thetme who at stood,- u never mncnea wiin lear, -But sacrificed his noble Ufa "- Bob Kelly, engineer. '- Blid an the wild, exciting scenes, ' The cries for "help" the yells, 9 Bob stood thar.at the engines, sir, i An',aTiirK,ftrrtd all tWlvi1! - i He looked at death squar in the eye, An' tohis throttle ciung, An' waiting for that gong to say, r vhol ZQ uoiie - ii never rung. "' ' . Bob, no doubt, thought of wife an' home, Of little ones so dear .4 wBut thought ofduty most of alL - He went down with the burnin' boat, An', Mister, you can bet Your life thatJJob is standia thar ,.. Eight at ...

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. — 19 May 1882

m J rfw USEFUL HINTS. Attention- is directed to the danger ol using fruit cans -with zinc tops, which are liable to poison the contents from the formation of poisonous salts by the action of acids from the fruit on the zinc Jars with glass or porcelain tops are safer to use. Good Health. OiiAKA Fbanois, of the Prairie says : "A teaspoonful of pure Persian chamomile, heaped in a little cone and burned in a medium-sized room, that is not ventilated during the burning, will kill every fly in it. If it fails to do this the powder is not genuine." . As a simple means for keeping flies away from horses it is recommended to nioiston their hair, especially of their tail and nostrils, with a strong decoction of hazel-nut leaves. By means of this decoction the eggs which the flies lay on the skin of horses are also destroyed. Waterpboofing. A writer in the Field, of London, says nothing is equal to "cold drawn castor oil, pure and simple," and this is -how he uses it: "It is best applied befo...

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. — 19 May 1882

' " r '"'"'- " ' " ;j . 'i- j , -? . -.. r -i. .-o.. .,( .. . y .. - -, fcCMEBH("!3CB!ST? Kll?7EFBlHSHKKGC3iE' T BBMai FBM "B Bl BBf3T5' 5iTi' 8l8i?f1BTBHBfr . ., 1 . " m ' .-- -I - - - - r .1 I I .1 i r;ouuA4i(,i.n - I l'HE :boijebooews. !-. i- . v PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. ' py BRUCE CHAMP, Editor V " i - ..Bodbbox News. Publishing Go. & ' EATEB. Ohe'year in advance, - 2.00 Six months in advance, - - 1.00 Entered at the Postoffice at Paris, &v.j as second class mail matter. Uichabd Keid, of Montgomery county, is ,a candidate for Judge ot the Superior Court oi the Third District of Kentucky, subject to te action of the Democratic paxV . . Senator Ben Hill's condition is xiluch improved, but his physicians do.not'give hirn any hope. 4 .3. j.I'he first National bank in the United' States was incorporated by Congress, December 31, 1783. A dynamite cartrige dropped down an Indiana saloonist's chimney induced him to quit the ljusiness. .!. i .....- "'ItI's about time for 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. — 23 May 1882

1 1 '51 a in 1' - 4 . , ,. . , rf" - -- '-'- r place at the Boiicboiit&puse, oh Saturday, June ;r; (- L? , Takk'& Go's , distillery : of xihgton, shut off steam 'Iff. ' r . making-V r ' "i" oi 1 V. ... -1 1 ., 11. 500 barrels ;or ymsyj aunn'; me season. o.. .... ,, .. -- j rqvi i Steamboats no bigger stump Licking' rivgr .bjst wenTpwporU and .But-: ier's Station? ;.: .:.,;:... . -. s. .. '---i is. U .; . Xott' lUgy'll ,f a tiniLawrebur: . "hbreHej leadiI -'Ml 'follow,"- -"Only a Step;"'. muse Litu ovjiu. -Ct?- -- i J- ' J ;. Mi:. iTiAKXESjvillleiive tor Lawrencehurg, Ky., where tlie i.ora ;as callefl'liim?' over-600 ad- nit. . ; iliiions at Y&reailles. L . , ., ,,..-, 1:77. SoV Ben ?DEEitiNGhas started Unother paper at Kansas-city about the third or 'fourth project of in the West.. B,en would make a good starter at a horse race. '- T'o'of.!l3. Datfschildrenrand four of MrsV KuSkcyVfelt;. Saturday for Shakertosyii,J& taakc their-home, witli Mrs. Richards, who . Gently...

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. — 23 May 1882

TOFIOS OF THE BIT. Gbbihotjxd blue dog color ii having a big run for traveling dresses. is , Nramrsx and ' Fenianism seem to be ntirely too prevalent for perfect equanimity. Oaupoknia rejoices over the President's approval of the ten-years anti-Chinese immigration bilL a The Irish Bepublican Brotherhood publishes a document justifying the assassination of Cavenish and Burke. m Mrs. Wm. H. Vandereilt pays her cook (a man, of course) $7,000 a year. It is even something to be a skilled "We never hear of General Butler any miore. The General has the facility of going to sleep when an interviewer calls Upon him. A Nationaii Brewers' Convention assembled at the National Capital, declared against all parties who favor prohibition. Don Cameron seems to be having his way about political matters in Pennsyl-Tania. It is pretty hard to dethrone those old fellows. Mood? and Sankey didn't like London and therefore refused to enter into a contract with her religious people for the at salvation 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. — 23 May 1882

V .. .-"?? HOME, SWEET HOME. TJic Magic of Music Illustrated by a Reminiscence of John Howard, Faync John Howard Payne was a warm personal friend of John Ross, who will be remembered as a celebrated chief of the Cherokees. At the time the Oherokees were removed from their homes in Georgia to their present possessions, west of the Mississippi river, Payne was spending a few weeks in Georgia with Boss, who was occupying a miserable cabin, having been forcibly ejected from his former home. A number of prominent Cherokees were in prison, and that portion of Georgia in which the tribe was located was scoured by armed squads of the Georgia militia, who had orders to arrest all who refused to leave the country. While Ross and Payne were seated be fore the fire in the hut, the door was j suddenly burst open and six or eight militia men sprang into the room. Ross' wife was seated on a trunk containing many valuable papers and a small amount of money, and at the unexpected intrusion she spran...

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. — 23 May 1882

Hi- K . k if k ' M v !"ta m ' ", .. ' . --. -. , hi flJJJjgyilMwmi iiiiibii i - i ' "1ST .. j j j m riiE; jjoupos ' ini m uiteau will be hung privately J une aothi - bub very severely, on Now since Tom iienry has haa so rnucn nee advertising, heougno, io caite to tne lecture iieia. that a it is next to a certainty private necktie party will be given in tue W aonington iJOtiL i mi i . Thb Luuisvilie Uommercicu ought to get a couple oi hunurea stereotyped of Tom Henrys nanieiv would save lots of typographical proiamtyi fi Ae ' Payy H?l ABOUND' CffiOfcE... . j aii .j'Un JeH Mulhattan, the great ;cav? iiar,rwiil find U. V ashington's, original old xusty hatchet next. The, lie tfouid be be a good one m he'cl only hatcfieti; Breckinridge. iY6wS. r , r i .. j li It? Tom Henrv had f? ', i-T .1 : 1 i;CT n '"- .t.u nn his nose, feucn an extraordinary volume ougbt to be in the archives. 1 . ebateenaxoM 'toother .ia a ., . n'ggro'eVlidve emd 1 -.4., I iu the Lexington-1.1' 1 r .: .? i ' J.- thi...

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. — 26 May 1882

bar pw m ""ST""" " k. fg yips a fg . . .... k " . . . - - - m8W2"(SB "KIU W'V1 jo m 1 s j 1 1 : p ' m a 1 I 91 9 mm. mi 1 J m m I L jfeuiTfckau' fj.w .9 - ! 1 ll:J: : - ' I- 4-1 I I ml II f. m I J W W L il - - -.-- .:.:- ...... ....' . . - - . , . MnWM : - cm ,,T' " - - iii ! if --.-.. MHbMrtMM s 3 v i cs a :e l " . I . PARIS, BOUHBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY, MAY, 26, 1882. NO. 24. ;frfrlWLIIJ.g'.'MHiWM Last Chance. Don't forget the Commissioner's sale of John Gaper's desirable residence at noon Wepnesday, May 31st. - The Lexington Press says that Nix's rash act will cost his mother $500 'forfeiture of bond, by his non-appearance. p The Redinon distillery, in Harrison county, closed "Wednesday after having made about 1,500 barrels of popular death. A prophet is without profit in his 'own country, if one may judge from the credits on our subscription list. of the Paris- precinct. . m . ' ;- . t .- ... . t . e . . G. G White's distillery stopped run-,' ning several day's ago, after m...

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. — 26 May 1882

PLEASURES OF MEMORY. Yon asked me of your mother, child Your mother whoso fair form is du8 Whoso bouI is with the saints, I trust Why, as you asked ma that and smiled Mothought I saw in your young face .A sweet reflection of her grace. 0h, she was nobly, grandly fair Iicr eyes were as the heavens blue, Her hair was of a golden huo, Her ruby lips beyond compare Oh child, your mother, in her day, Mougst beauties held the beauty's away I And wasMjhe gentle, child, aa'thou? Why wrench the arrows in.,mjj heart-Why bid the burning teardrops Btartl Oh, child, methinkB I see her now . Waiting down by the wicket gate As years ogone phe used to wait. Ti Why do I weep T Who would not weep " To think of how she waited there of Till Bhe could grip me by the hair And in her wif ely fashion sweep : x The gardon walk with my poor frame? Patience was your Bweet mother's name. A. CHINESE MAZEPPA. A. vthrilling tragedy was enacted at Brookville, in Arizona, not long ago. There lived within three or fo...

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. — 26 May 1882

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. SroNGB Potts. Have ready som6 very hot lard, as for boiling doughnuts, and drop into it from a spoon some broad sponge before any more flour is added, and when it is perfectly light. Let them get brown and well cooked through, and pull open and eat with butter for breakfast. Pudding Sauce. Common sour pudding sauce can bo pleasantly flavored by .adding half a cup of stoned or chopped raisins. When1 the hot water i3 poured over the butter, sugar and flour, put the raisins in ; let them come to a boil in it. "Well-washed English currants or dried -cherries can be substituted for raisins. Lemon Pie. One large lemon, the yellow grated, and all the pulp and juice used; one cup sugar, one-half cup -water and two large even "spoonfuls of dour. Beat the whites of eggs separately, with sugar added, then the yelks well beaten and the flour gradually. Bake the crust a little before putting the rest in. Bake brown. ovor them ; make a steamed custard ot one pint of milk, one ta...

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. — 26 May 1882

tagaawfljn wyvMyrrpm; THE BOURBON NEWS. t IUBLISHEDiTUESDAYS AND FEIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor"' . Boukbon News Publishing Co. S'OJQSCJKIPTIOlf BATES. ).n yew in advance, - $2.00 Six months ia advance, - - 1.00 Entered at- the Postoffice at Paris, lCv.a second class mail matter. J A CAUJD. iitiCUAUu Keid, of Montgomery county, is a candidate lor Judge of the Superior Court of the Third District of Kentucky, Bubject to the action of the Democratic party r - " i In Iowa the sweet May flowers tti'e smothered in snow. There's a bare spot on titie World ai Louis ville Polk Johnson's head. ' Phister will not be a candidate for' re-election to. Congress, in the Ninth District. Ito Barnes converts over at Kifcnnlorid, will build 'a church. Nqw the sects will howl for all's out. The British authorities have abandoned all hope of capturing the assassins of Cavendish and Burke. From general appearances, the ethereal sweet Jerusalem mildness of- Spring, will not arrrive here before the 4th of Ju...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
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