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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 25 September 1883

Gass & Hanly took three premiums on agricultural implements at the Maysville fair. The "Osborne" now makes faces at the "Minnie" again. t THe : explosion of the coffee-urn at the 9 Bowling Green depot lunch-stand, created considerable commbtlon,Tiut damaged nothing, except tha urn. ..., " .. r. The recent good rains have put the ground in fair plowing order, and the farmers are turning under the stubbles and weeds with a hearty vim. -o The marriage of Miss Lelia Taylor, daughter of Edward Taylor, of Midway, to an Illinois gentleman, is announced for early in October. ' ! ' Prof. Frank Smith was compelled to close his school for a few days at Cynthiana, on account of one of his children having been taken down with diptherla. -o ' "Chan" Jefferson took the premium in the fat man's riding ring, at the Maysville fair Saturday, with Charlie Miller second, and Henry Marr, of Georgia, third. A Winchester firm tf grain speculato s in Chicago, who got caught on oats, called in 10,000 bus...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 25 September 1883

v -T.-1 ., 4 ''11. IV HUM - "SC -L ,!- ., KMJ - X , Sar " , . - I V ": W. ' Jttfrfr - , f I. 7 " " " " ' ' '" ' - -'--- "- fa " " - -inn -- ' ir... -- vJiiLLv XT -" . fi inii i i iiim i i ; m tow v- r i .faiT 6hjm. t rm !? n - - i . J Independent and from the Happy Side of Life4for the Benefit of Those Now Having Srea4h in Their Bodies. Price; $2, 00 for One Year, or, $2,000 for 1,000 ! mmmm ' VOL.11. "jpms, bourbon Bounty, Kentucky: Tuesday, September 25. i883. NO. 166. The days and nights are now of equal length. -- rather cool, but watermellons are still on the market. Put on your winter under-duds again and lay in a supply of coal - The Ripley, Ohio, fair begins to-day, and Will continue through the week. A cyclone broke up a Masonic funeral at Sicholasville, Sunday afternoon. o Paw-paws only ten cents per dozen-cheaper than walking six miles for three. 4 Eldeb J. S. Sweeney and Collector James Brown opened up the fall fishing this morning. - Sanbusky & Co, have sold their, ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 25 September 1883

F i i i . 4 iiffl It v -- - V -.- 1 M4MM ,1 ," (I isrEi"W"s. BRUCE CHAMP, Publisher. . PAEIS. KENOTCKY -i IimQETBE WEEK. Condnedjuid.Pu snapft, .. -. --. DOMESTIC -? v- I k J? ua.'i construction train on the Kansas e&Fldemphis, afew nights ago, killimr three,, .men outright and smotheiU 'The 'latter died from' his'inHur! before he moved from the scene of the """ " T TT '7' " iGvIMS.,Qfilkebarr PA., late book and timekeeper,, pf ,the Lehigh & Wilkesbatre CoalVompah ar- xested on the charga. of attempting to ravish a young eirl. .daughter of. C.jE. Uewellyn! aminSfggin?er: in 1873 he arrested for a similar offense upon tw.o, "children,, which was settled before coming into court. The t Christian Convention, "urider'vthe guidance of D. L. Moody, the evangelist, Tiegan a three days' session at Chicago on theJSfch, abo.ut,3,00Q ..persons, and evangelists presenter! ' ; laxunnangtnght a1 iew days ajjo. between a, -storekeeper named Jon!Xacedonid,A'ragoii ana five cowboys, Aragon k...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 25 September 1883

t i; For aV)lUint hfead," Alte snuffing of powa&lftix s sailitp Be a BUe relief V-4 LJi The agricultural editor of the American Traveller says that earth vvormstfo attack potatoes, for 1thsrnsen,speci mens which contained earth worms at Ov$ 52rWlfiSS ; rRiiiiL LtaKUjmp. ranT.nT.tni f .iTJiwvAU4.uyfii.Juirri7i aixu. hum. vujj ui wiii.uj &urai., torierhalf'cTuppiixiHnU tFoiue:ewhi .ifeffiKSflft. 'fcSeMtatf : "liavoi nu '"" ikiu. jjuul uijuii me crust, whicn snouia oe Dakea beiore the cream is put in. AT. Y. Times. Tomato hash -is a good dish for. tea. nnY6 coldmieatt. niiha&ir.tthritrmfl it in phdmngdisli fiftlajbr bread sehsonecTuith per, salt and butter; put the tomatoes m in slices: bake all for half an hour. No wafcii:(njjde"d"lithlpto;eejl ordmanrV jmcj : .-V.-s. - . i v? -- ' 7T .,i..Jt.1j' V u?:mer savs: '"The tst lived'tree isito be oh'tainuo? bv ,plahti Inor seeds" where the tree is to -grow .and.- tSrinitthreitgquVe'vr removing ground LVuIfltell gained in 146 pou...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 25 September 1883

t S "Vi ; i ' . 1 V ' ' . " - " ; EJ I! . ! ' J 5 lH K? 'f. ' . i t ii intf pi in i if '" MRMW4flMpMeipfM fl Aw,rii k U.TJ! 'Strj y v xt" ?. .- ! J! ,iX Jm boiIbon news. W -- f -4 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FBIDAYS. ... BRUCE OHAMP, Editor 'Bourbon News, Publishing Co. 7. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. v)ue year in advance? - - - $2.00 Six months in advance, - 1. 00 ' - - - - . Entered at the Post-office at Paris, y., as second class mail matter. FOR PRESIDENT, ;l1hat uncrowned King of every Democratic heart) SAMUEL J, TILDEN. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Mr. 'JLHlden's companion in Victory and in Humiliation, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. AXXOUXCEMENT. Hichard Reitl, of Mt, Sterling, is a candidate tor Judge of the Court of Appeals, to succeed Judge Hargis subject to the action of the Democracy of the First Appellate District. Miilersfcurg (War) Department. Was a chambermaid to blush unseen ? Now fall -goods now flaunt in the show windows. Miss Charlotte "Vimont-is visiting her aunt, in Lexington. H. H. Hunt will ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 28 September 1883

The melancholy days have come, Tne most peuui . mo j ci. Altogether too hot for calamity water. And a little to shaky for beer. . o Cbaft still has faith that he won't he hanged. . Eveky good man should agitate the free turnpike system. -& Free turnpikes will give us a livelier town and a better stock market. Canned goods of all kinds will be higher this winter, owing to early frosts. Give us free turnpikes, and the poor people can get out from home occasionally. ,. Carter county is without a sheriff, and nobody wants the office until after Craft is hanged. . The residence and household goods of Xorman Cox, of Harrison county, burned last week. the State Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows meets at Stanford on the fourth Tuesday in -4 next month. . Free turnpikes will permit a poor man to come to town without bringing a sack of corn to mill. It's about time for the goose bone and corn shuck to say something about a hard winter coming. Thos. EiLiOTT, who kiljed Robert Barnes, was released...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 28 September 1883

4 X BRUCE CHAMP, Publisher. PARTS. KENTUCKY THE WESTERN SCHOOLMA'AM. Not bashful, nor yet overbold. And only twenty-two; With hair like threads of gleaming- gold, With eyes of azure-blue; With little hands, with pretty face, Just tanned a healthful brown-She istho daisy of the place. The flower of all the town. With Mndls' words, with friendship Trarm, In aprons white and clean, The children swarm about her form Like bees about their queen. By love she moves and sways their hearts; They think her wondrous wise. And all her gracious acts and arts Seem perfect in their eyes. No smiles to them seem half as sweet, No frowns so hard to bear, . . No looks of pity so complete, As those her features wear; No voice more dear than hers to hear, In poetry or prose; -. No praise more pleasant to the ear Than that which she bestows. The village-boys, when she goe3 by, Can scarcely speak or stir ; She is the object of each eye; They fairly worship her. Like some sweet fairy-sprite she seems, A br...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 28 September 1883

f 5e Home of' Danfofc Webster. Few south-shore wanderings end -without a visit to Green Harbor, tie former home of Daniel Webster. The 'bays and ledges from Scituate southward were, his favorite fishing grounds when at,rhome, and his tall figure, habited in brown linen, and capped Tjy a great hat, sitting motionless :iu a boat- anchored over some ancient ledge, waf a, familiar i sight for years to thefishermen of the south shore. Angling was almost a passion with the - "statesman; often he was known to set out with his rod after a five-o'clock breakfast, -and ;spendthe., whole day in fishing, ranging . the ast from 'Gurnet to Scituate. boating parties are made up to sail down to Marshfield over his old course. It is usually a three hours' sail, and for nearly the whole way one . has the tall of the Standish monument on Duxbury Hill for a landmark. Byand by, rounding a point, me boat turns inland, and heads for a grove of large pines and .maples, following a little creek that winds t...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 28 September 1883

&... .. iiilJ itom. MfcMw VS. THE30UEB0N MS rillJLlBirEO TUKSTHYS AND FBIDAI. B&UCF CHAMP, Editob "BouiaiON NE'ftd Publishing Co. sJUBoOjiTPTIOir BATEB. One year in advance, -Six $2.00 months in advance, - 1. 00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, Ky., as second class mail matter. FOR PEESIDENT, That uncrowned King of every Democratic heart, SAMUEL J. TILDEN. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Al r. Tilden's companion in Victory and in Humiliation, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. ANNOUNCEMENT. Jticlinrd Koidvof Mt. Sterling, is a candidate tor Judge of the Court of Appeals, to succeed Judge Hargis subject to the action of the Democracy of the First Appellate District. Ii. L. Warren, of Louisville, has given $5,000 to the Portland Avenue Presbyter ian. Tbn thousand and forty-seven persons irt the State ar e drawing pensions from the Government. The coming session of Congress will settle the the question whether the tariff is to be an issue next year. John Epson was sentenced at Danville 3esterday to ...

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

w JWjff.!WJl.lir' iuj s,ft;.. . i jr t i. Bourbon lews.' ; Independent and Democratic-Published from the Happy Side of Life-for the Benefit of Those Now Having Breath in Their Bodies. Price, $2, 00 for One Year, or, $2,000 for 1,000 VOL. II. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1883. IS 0.167. A light snow fell In Michigan last Friday. To the wife of Jflke Glenn, of this county, a boy. are infesting Rohertsbn county again. The grand Jury terror now stares the boys in the face. Two more new casas of scarlet fever in Flemingsburg. The farmers can now all quit .grumbling and go to plowing. - - The game law regarding the killing of minil. vesterdnv. ' -- There are twenty-five schools in Fleming county without teachers. -. Joe Quisenbehry's salo takes place to-- morrow,- at Stony Point. - To the wife of John T. Doyle, City Councilman, a daughter, the third born. . E. B. January has purchased the house of Jno. Price, on High street, at 2,000. Put away a few good sound wate...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 2 October 1883

" ' ' " -. - -i 11 r 14 jT I" .2 ariBLIEJ news. BRUCE CHAMP, Publisher. PARIS. KENTUCKY. NEWS OF TEE WEEK Condensed, a. nd Put Into Readable Shape. J03fESTIC. The rod-mill of John A. Roobling's ex- at Trenton, N. J., closed on the 2oth, and about ninety men are thrown out of work. The newpaper war in New "York took a jiew turn on the 2Gth. The Herald, which lias heretofore been quiety looking on the light,' announced a reduction to two cents. A young man giving his name as S. P. Upson has been arrested in San Francisco charged with counterfeiting. In his found a drop press, five dollar dies and steel punches, "7hen arrested xijouu uiuiuiuu. me macnme was a new prospecting battery of his own invention. By a landslide at New Windsor, N. Y., a jfew days since, Gilbert Knox, aged thirty-five, was killed, and Charles S. Vanderlin probably fatally injured. The National Association of Insurance Commissioners met in Columbus, O., on the Oliver Pillsbury, of New Hamp-shire, presided. A repor...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 2 October 1883

r i llll MWMiiriUll i i 'WW 'n"" J hi 1 ,,! ""5 N j '-? . w r. i f -v H y . FARM AXD HOUSEHOLD. This ie said to be a good remedy for hoarseness: Beat the white of an eg to a stiff froth, add two tablespoonfifls of sugar, the juice of one lemon and a glass of warm water. Hard-boiled eggs pressed with chicken or veal add to the relish and the appearance also of these dishes when cut in slices. Pains must be taken not to press the eggs out of shape. N. Y. Post. The Guinea hen often selects isolated places for depositing its eggs, which accumulate in large numbers. The other day eighty-four were found in a Guinea's nest on the farm of Joseph Bell, near Bridgeton, N. J. The fowl is a prolific layer. m Here is the receipt for an old-fashioned pie: Grate a coffee-cupful of maple sugar, and mix with it two egga and a little salt, and as much cream as your pie-plate will hold. The pie-plate should be a deep one, with an under-crust only. Exchange. The dead leaves on squash vines should be ca...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 2 October 1883

lii.inmnin Wll ! I i UP . ' '.''" vzsefm "mi'iiiu iu ''yyE''1 v'grabr1.'' ' i ll I li'ni llll Illjjl" U.. t j 'i(iTiTyifitrrii,iiinjw:fiiV in rfnij'' yrcir'" IIIU'IIWXI !! TfcMHlllf l l"HWf '"t'" ' - V V - &-, f W)K!,4fcfH;.rTw( ! "f " THE BOURBON NEWS. - FUBLI8HSD TU1SDAYS AND FBIDAYS. BRUCE CHAMP, Editor . "Bourbon Nkws Publishing Co. STJBSCBIPTION KATEB. Oiio in $2. 00 year advance, - - - ix months in advance, - 1. 00 Entered at the Post-office at Paris, yM as second class mail matter. FOR PRESIDENT, i'hat uncrowned King of every Democratic heart, SAMUEL J. TILDEN. FOB VICE PKESIDENT, MfrTilden's companion in Victory and in Humiliation, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, ANNOUNCEMENT. Ulchard field, oi ML Sterling, is a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals, to sd Judge Hargis subject to the action of the Democracy of the First Appellate District 'Xhehe are eight hundred men at work oil the Ohio river bridge at Hendpreon. Col. Mosky has written a letter de rfounciug Mahone and his me...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 5 October 1883

' .' B M -: --p- ; i. 9- , -.,"B 9 l JW .--;.' rt; ., '& bemi Weekly Bourbon flews m. Independent and from the Happy Side of lift-to the Benefit of Those Now Having Breath in Their Bodies. Price, $2, 00 for One Year, or, $2,000 for 1,000 ! VOL. II. I PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY. OCTOBER 5. 1883. NO. 168. 4 fcr Monday will be Court-day at Carlisle. The Cincinnati Exposition will close tomorrow. .. . The Madison grand jury has found 230 indictments. There have been nine deaths in the village of Centerville, this year. . "W. H. Ingels & Co. will offer bargains in velvets this coming week. 2t ' Barclay Stephens killed a dive-dipper Wednesday, with a walnut. : Bkooks & Lyman are having their store neatly shelved and repaired. A floating saw-mill is doing up the saw-logs landing along the Ohio river. Three inches of snow fell in the northern part of Franklin county, Vt., Saturday night. . War. Frank, brakesman on the C. &0.,was killed by his head striking the t...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 5 October 1883

v THE' HEWSf BRUCE CHAMP, Publisher. PARIS. KENTUCKY MY SUNBEAM. - ' Tcparertw:Q,sunbeamskoa,tbc(,floor;SWlfcjSrM Buu.uuu.ni3iiur xu see; And skies above, AtttUdnp belbnjjs to me. My sunbeam lif t3 her tiny hands, HecrPlay f ello wta, irrasp, , , ,,,.. . When lOf a shadow ! and Eludes my darling's clasp. Yet'once ajrain it domes: and see." iiv ' It lies now here, now there; It kisses baby's dimpled cheek, .. r y And nestles in her,hairi ..,. Makes golden every little curl j ' Utfon the precious head," ." 'Till, like a dream, again its light - i From baby's side has fled. l v-' Oh.! wondering baby eyes, which weep , At shadows left behind, , . , k v.,. Fear not, the cloud will lif t, 'anh'you The vanished beam shall find. Look! even now upon the wall It climbs, then tumbles down To shine at baby's feet ere it . Once more her head shall crown. God grant, dear little one, that Heaven Its brightest beams may lay Upon the paths your feet must tread Throughout life's little day. Full many...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 5 October 1883

- WC Beautiful Smugglers. , "Now is the time we have to keg ( it .-. said ' ,OUr eyes wyun, a -prominent lier of Capt. Jsrackett s custom-house detectives. "All the gay birds of fashion who spend the summer abroad are on the wing home, and if they can slip in a few-yards of costly lace without paying ditty it would, save them the expense ol their trip." "Do ladies indulge in amateur smuggling?" " ' i "All of them don't, and some are so over-conscientious that they even offer to pay duty on non-dutiable goods. But human nature is the same, whether it is a fashionable dressmaker or the wife of a prominent clergyman, like the- one who had twenty yards of fine tacked in her petticoat. I can not give you her name for publication, for no proceedings were taken, against her except to have the lace removed from the garment and sent to the public stores, from which her afterward obtained it by paying $4 a yard duty.1; "Arc the ladies cunning in the devices they adopt?" "Their ingenuity is un...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 5 October 1883

THE BOURBON NEWS. -. M A . iW JPUBLI8HSD TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. - BRUCE CHAMP, Editor Bourbon Neyeb Publishing Co. BATES. 0ii6 year in advance, - - - $2. 00 Nix months in advance, - - 1. 00 Entered at the Poet-office at Paris, tCy., as second class mail matter. FOE PRESIDENT, Tlifct uncrowned King of every Democratic heart, SAMtTEL J. TILDEN. ""TOR VICE PRESIDENT, Kr. Tlldeu's companion in Yictory and In Lumiliation, tn HOMAS A. HENDRICKS. AXXOUNCEXENT. UlcJtard Held, of Mt. Sterling, is a candidate for J udge of the Court of AppealB, to succeed Judge Hargis subject to the action of the Democracy of the First Appellate District. Ebank Stampson refused .to wrestle rith Sam Hnger at Nashville, and was fatally stabbed by Hager. . Wat. Divbb, a deaf mute, at Iowa Station, la., failing in an attempt to kill his sister-in-law, cut his own throat. Craft's mother and "brother are imploring the Governor to postpone the hanging until after Ellis' trial. Ben Butler says he never took a cold in ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 9 October 1883

"5PV1 "S 5tof V "jfip" !jC" 1 ' "-.--..., J 9 .s- o W eekly Bourbon News. ' 4 Independent and from the Happy Side of Life-for the Benefit of Those Now Having Breath in Their Bodies. Price, $2, 00 for One Year, or, $2,000 SffMBOMBBi for 1,000 Years- CASE! .? ' : VOL. L II. PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 18S3. ' NO. 169. Thursday will be Jewish Atonement day. . ... - Joe Quisekbekry and Joe Hedges are candidates for councilmen of Nixville. j. E. Keei'e is receiving daily the best brands of fresh oyster in the market. . Tobacco will be bragged on at ten cents net line for all good crops in the future. t smith Kenney left at this office yesterday a turnip which weighed 2 pounds. G. "SV. McCbay, after fatally stabbing Ab. Jenkins, in Mercer made his escape. During a negro dance at Harrodsbrg Dick Gent shot and killed Burrius Jorden, his rival. The Cincinnati Exposition adjourned on Saturday last. The exhibit was success financially. J. E. Keefe is prepared to serve ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 9 October 1883

I es2Skh?8K?ss2E:j!J if i V I f I ' '4 S tnt THE IsTE"W"S. BRUCE CHAMP, Publisher. PARTS. : : : KENTUCKY NEWS OETHE WEEK I Condensed and Put Into Readable Shape. DOMESTIC Pou.3 masked men visited the cabin of jan old Indian-in Indian Territory a few nights ago, and upon his refusal to tell -where he kept his monoy, they shot him several times and beat him to insensibility. They then plundered the hut of 5,000 and escaped. The Pittsburg Exposition Buildings "were entirely destroyed by fire early on the morning of the 3d. The fire first appeared in the attached to Machinery Hall. In less than ten minutes the flames had spread over all the buildings and were beyond control. Nothing at all vros saved. The Fire Department had all It could do to keep the fire from spreading to adjacent property The total loss will amount to about $1,000,000. The buildings were valued at $150,000, and were insured for $10,000. They were erected in 1875. The exhibitors lose something over $800,000. A large ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Bourbon News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly Bourbon news. — 9 October 1883

s c FAE3I ASP HOUSEHOLD. V 1 Salt sovm under fruit trees kills tho coddling moth. ZS71 K Herald. Do not leave plows and small tools ont in the rain. After using house them as you would an animal. ;. --Grease is said to be a sure remedy for 'apple tree hark lice. It should be applied 'cautiously, however, for it injures the twigs. For an ol fashioned pie, grate a coffee-cupful 6f maple sugar, and mix with it two eggs and a little salt, and as much cream as your pie-plate will hold. The pie-plate should be a deep one, with an.uafder crust only. Detroit Post, Tobacco smoke prevents the attacks of all insects that infest -plants, and does no injury to the plants unless they are confined in it Sor a long While it often keeps off insects it does not always destroy them, though & is fatal fce many. R. JT. Post. To Cure a cough, roast a teuton very carefully wi&out burning it; when it is thoroughly tot, cut and squeeze intosi cup upon Ihree ounces of -sugar, iineiy powdered. Take a ...

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