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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 30 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. — 30 May 1882

CUERENT NEWS, ' Hies water in Lower Mississippi tributaries. Esmond Hoijckb, the eminent German novelist, is dead. Ada C. Sweet has been confirmed Pension Agent at Chicago. Mexicans are driving the fagitive Indians back into Arizona. Fbo8t, snow and ice hayo damaged fruit considerably in Iowa. Gen. Cubtis, Special Treasnry Agent, has been convicted of fraud. It is jnst probable that Congress will not adjourn before the middle of July. Fottb hnndred houses belonging to Jews were recently burned at Vasilishki, RuBaia. A IiXthbeb and saw-mill fire at Wyman, Mich., destroyed $100,000 worth of property. Apteb a loss of $45,000 by idleness, the carpenters' strike in Cincinnati has collapsed. Thbee children of Jacob Dayitte, Polk County, Ga., perished in a burning dwelling. A coujeby. explosion near Shamokin, Pa., killed threo men and fatally burned a fourth. Pbince8S Louise sailed from London last week on the steamship Sarmatian for Canada. f Theek laborers were killed by the caving of th...

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. — 30 May 1882

1 V SHOPS AND SHOPPING IN MEXICO. Shops and shopping, o the tipper sort, in Mexico, follow French or European traditions more than American. Fanciful titles over the doorway are adopted instead of a firm name. A dry-goods store is "The Surprise," "The Spring-Time," "The Explosion;" a jeweler's, the "Pearl" or "Emerald;" a shoe store, " The Azuro Boot," and "The Foot of Venus. " The windows are tastefully draped, and a large force of clerks is seen shoulder to shoulder within. These clerks are more democratic in their manners than Americans would venture to be. They shake hands with their patrons if they have enjoyed a slight previous acquaintance, and inquire after the health of Miss Lolita and Miss Soledad. There are those of superior social position among them, however some who are met with at the balls of the Guatemala Minister, for instance. The explanation may perhaps be found in the limited choice of occupations open, which leaves to many who desire to work no more important p...

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. — 30 May 1882

J! 3 J i r Si HPii M 'greggc.iv ijjLi uULunjuuimwicM ,1? ii il j ) ijiWi v t?. . I'UBLIMILD l.i.oiAS AM) FlUDAYa. "ftbtJHrffiio? tBOJlBOESUBTGfeniNG Co. L'f"IL til One vear in aiivu.niw. - $& nionthk in advance, . it A man down at Louisville rented him a room at a hotel, went in and locked the door, made a prayer, sang a hymn, wrote a short sermon, said the benediction and blowed his brains out. He evidently forgot to attend to the most impor tant portion of the religious of taking up a collection, - . Judge Hargis and Judge Hines are on record as dissenting from the appellate decision that lottery gambling- that insidious and pois onous vice that robs a people of morals, and degrades and pauperizes a State is constitutional. Let that much be set down for these Jugos in white letters Louisville Commercial. ?mm $2.00 l.UU Entered 'at the 'Postofnce at Paria, axyj uu Dcuuuu ewes uiau matter. Democratic Nominees. ?oit Appellate ClebkT. J. .Henry For County Judge Matt. Tubney. $WCou...

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 June 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. — 6 June 1882

I' v I r CURRENT NEWS. i - -In the burning of a poor-house in Sweden, twenty persons perished. The Czar proposes to give Russia a constitutional form of Government The American horse "Wallenstein won the Manchester cup in England. The Wyoming Yalley Hotel at Wilkesbarre, Fa., burned. Lobs, $100,000. Or 150 deaths in Cincinnati during the week, fifty-one were from smallpox. At Lakcasteb, Pa., miscreants defaced and ruined the soldiers' monument The French troops have captured the capital of the province of Tonquin, China. Mns. Bergeb will contest the will of her brother, the late Cornelius J. Vanderbilt. Theee hundred Mormons arrived at New York a few days ago from Europe, en route for Utah. Bloats Van Santvoobd, ad ninety-two, oldest Reformed Church clergyman in America, is dead. The TJ. S. Fish Commissioner is placing 1,500,000 young shad in the rivers of Arkansas and Texas. Thebe iB talk of putting up General W. S. Hancock as Democratic candidate for Governor in Pennsylvania. The ...

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. — 6 June 1882

- I f CUHIOTTS FATENTS. Products of Our Yankee Invention. Some investigating person lias furnished the New York Times with a brief list of patents on small things such as any man or boy might have thought of, but didn't, and which in many instances have proved mines of wealth to the lucky discoverer. Among these trifles is the favorite toy the "return ball" a wooden ball with an elastic string attached, selling for tiie sum of 10 cents each, but yielding to its patentee an income equal to fair returns on a capital of $500,000. The rubber tip on the end of lead pencils affords the owner of the royalty an independent fortune. The inventor of the gummed newspaper wrapper is also a rich man. The gimlet-pointed screw has evolved more wealth than most silver mines, and the man who first thought of putting copper tips to children's shoes is as well off as if his father had left him $2,000,000 in United States bonds. Although roller-skates are not so much used in countries where ice is abun...

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 June 1882

V I l! ''' i i iMiinnn mi ri r ri I-- fcil' i i ' " - - ZSSEZ i ; , "V. j i I w , j 2 i u .. ' JfM c; . : v ; ; ... ; 5 :'. J - ; J, . ' . : , - - -1 1 THE B0UBB0OE3 " ' ' ' '' .. l' T! -' n. - - w?VVTl IfSSS jjD&siiEi) iasDjysJ i- ND FRIDAYS. H 7TJ BB5JCE 'CHpift EdpTO ourbox EWs'.BourasinNG Co.li SUBS CPL'IOIf EiTTES. One ycsir in advance,, '. yj J??32.00 Six months in advance, - - 1.00 'Entered at the Postoffice iat Paris, JAr;asJ second class mail matter. 'Democratic' -Nominees. a .' ' y ;' ,'a M T ' M&OB Al'iBLLATl3 . 3.1L2ftlY. ' SJ & St i ri i 'Ifan County Judge Matt. Tubnky. SAllJCQUTY BRENT. . -:: ( , For County Cleuk J. M. JEtutmES. Y ;.. -- 0FdR SHERIFF -J. Oil Jailor J.o's.iV:. 'McCabney iToil Surveyor Horton L. Whale y. " ';'lrOR -Jeff. C Elgin. A CARD j Kichabd Ke, of Montgomery connty,t B u candidate for Judge of. the Superior' Court .of the Third District of Kentucky, fubject to the action of the Democratic GBN. Wolfobd has no opposition for Congressional...

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 June 1882

If icif JVlABgn Jias a good,, cheap rhistery? for sale. , ; 3okn -To the wife of ThouiasKoche, n - r Will Tarr -Homce "Miller $70, in tlie greaTiistofy.' re-unions are are now being held grapg rgiqgi, , , v t Every vorni is a in the grand army of the army yrovfSS. ' -k- Judge Turkey wants to trade a good hlfitory i'or.an euergeticbook agent dog. ny -- Max born of woman is of few ' days, atid is liable' f to get' swindled by book agents. '"aJ :t , n ji - r ''. .1.5. '.' '. LIv..,. ...ill fiifkt iifAvnio and iiuua iii itvtLuu. yju. nuiiuoj w ill not toucn anvtnhi else 'as ., ' ' .1!J,JI' " ' - 'I:.. ' f . AcjUuiuuKUito "hisory" Walter Clark iitti3'JigoutlCtiJUfein6c stand, and can oiler IIVIB iJimmj I.V "X . ... r i .V . CootJfe 'nitm'ivlio fya'ssijowm i tiioirghiio bS llor rooii?iifesciig:. ' . M .V A JJjstorv; re-union wiIP.be nelu in Jiutiie durneN t riieufcaiurdayaliemOun. J):rt. joh . i :. i: v. AU luxes witn bliort uus are invit eu. to - A) li. ivaAsLKitijuil&Jife jfcu ,play...

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 June 1882

IREIiANJ) 1S47. ONK OF THE LATE DKWI8 FLOQBNOB - K'OAXXKT' ' ' PJLTBIOTie POEMS. ,w God of justice ! God of power ! " Do we dream? Can it be, In this land, in this hour, With the blossom on theatres, In the gladsome month of May, When the young lambs play, When the nature looks around On her waking children now. The seed within the ground, . , -tm m, , The bud upon the bought Is it right, is it fair, ' . ; J That we perish of despair In this land, on this soil . ;i i- Where our destiny is set, Which we cultured with our toll . - - - i t fw.. ' m ' ' And1 watered with our sweat? We have plowed, we have sown. 'fifiL But the crop was not our own ; We have reaped, "but harpy hands Swept the harvest from our lands We were perishing for food, ' ' ' Jt When lo ! in pitying mood Our kindly rulers gave The fat fluid of the slave, . ' I P H ' While our corn filled the manger Of the war-horse of the stranger. God of mercy I must this last? f '' - '. i Is this land preordained. i,. For the pres...

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 June 1882

OTTR JUVENILES. The Books of the Bible. In Generis the world Was made; In Exodus the march is told; Leviticus contains the law ; In Numbers are the tribes enrolled. In Deuteronomy again We're urged to keep God's law alone; And these five books of Moses make The oldest writings that are known. Bravo Joshua to Canaan leads ; In Judges oft the Jews rebel; We read of David's name in Ruth And First and Second SamueL In First and Second Kings we read How bad the Hebrew state became; In and Second Chronicle Another history of the same. 'In Ezra captive Jews return, And Nehemiah builds the wall; Queen Esther eaves her race from death. These books " historical" we call. In Job we read of patient faith; The Psalms are David's songs of pr&iM; The Proverbs are to make us wise; EcclesiasteB next portrays How fleeting earthly pleasures are; The Song of Solomon is all About the love of Christ; and these Five bookB ' devotional" we call. Isaiah tells of Christ to come, While Jeremiah tells of w...

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 June 1882

T 7V 1 ftl U I1l i.. Hi JLVJ2i.YI p '- PUBLISHED TUESDAYS JV.KD, FRIDAYS. BRUeBOilAMP, Editor- BOURUON NEWS 'PUBLISHING Co'. is In ' -M i i i r pUdiJSOi4JB'4,lOJS4.v. BATES., , .. Une year m auvunoe, - $2.0u isix. xuuuuia mradvance, - - 1.00 " Liiiitorea at the Postoiiice at- Paris, K v ., to; aocoud Ciu&a uuul .matter. 1 -- Uti4yiU'Jlfl V IHVr iUU AlTMiliATiS OiiBilK. T. J Henry. ' I' ofi UuVKT Y't) VDUidATT TUBNEY. .v.- .' - . , . ( ... , l' Oil ultlrt'Y i3llENT. iuu tuuri'ik UlkiikJ. iVl. -Hughes. - i'OH &HK1UFF J ."&i HqLLADAY. ; jb'dit W McOabkby. FUtt L. WHALBY. . i'oit AsiJssoRJKFF. C Elgin, i -. A CAK1). itooi Montgomery county, i lor JuUe bl the bupenoi CourVoi tue Third lustnct oi hamtueky, ! suujeOtotthe uetion oi the JJeinoeratiL party.. . : . ...... "' " ' '' " HiMMM ! nfcnrr I i- iloETio Seymour is drafting' his regular letter declining .'Me: deiicy.in 1884. ..;'.. rT.i: The prospectr . is ' " that -'Knott, Jones and Cantrill - will, be r the candidates for...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 13 June 1882

tfjpi . &iNi' ffl SI x$ . i i -n 'a ;- flteflfcr IV I 14 I i 11,1 1 ; 1 M J f KJ . ?' th i . : 1 , . ' --'.-,: Jg : r " -" ' - L .. "i ' ... " -;. S , .' " , , is IE :k: id it ;i;! (Via u s ej :m: i ; . , v w ir v ' -C f .'-" VOL. I." f. : ii - 4. 'FAKES, BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY, JUNE 13,, 1882. NO-.-2&- h 1& p3rr'",,a 3Iia. Geo. Bouldex died at Ruddels Mills, Saturday night -o- The history, (of the News office,) was in big demand Saturday. -o- 3Ii:s. Fanny Houston Stone died near Torth Middletown, Sunday. -o- AVno pays for the picture of our old Cane Kidge meeting house in the history of Harrison county ? -- Shiner Hite, like a good old Confederate boy, paid $16 for a bible, and got left on the history business. -i E. G. Bedford : "Away goes 90 worth of short-horn on an incorrect history pedigree." -- Paris has a Daum line barber, and he only charges ten cents for a shave, while his opponents charge fifteen. . ; Tiiietes stole seventeen chickens from he coop o...

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. — 13 June 1882

TOPICS OF THE DAY. Sergeant Mason is making shoes at Albany, N. Y. HE net debt of New "York, June 1, was $97,592,052. - Mexico has repealed the duty on exports of gold and silver. Paris is counting on 100,000 Americans visiting that city this summer. ? - ; Garfield's biograpy is selling in England at the rate of 2,000 a month. o Mrs. Garfield has been elected to succeed her husband as a trustee of Hiram College. . The present Chief Justice of Alabama used to set type on a weekly newspaper for $5 per week. Ex-Senator Blaine is interested in the great coal monopoly in the Hocking Villey of Ohio. Goveror Crittenden, of Missouri, has been made an 1SL. D. by the Missouri "University. Yennor, Tice, and Couch, a trio of weather prophets, all predicted execrable weather for June. At Tombstone, Arizona, a purse of 2,500 has been raised to pay for Indian scalps at $10 apiece. Costa Kica has accredited a lady Madame Beatrice as her Envoy Extraordinary at Washington. Nearly all the creditors 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. — 13 June 1882

7 EDGAR A. DEATH. Statement of the Hospital Physician WJio Attended Mint in His Jjast Illness, From the Baltimore San. Dr. Jolin J. Moran, of Falls Church, Fairfax county, Va., who was resident physician at "Washington University Hospital (now the Church Home and Infirmary), on North Broadway, from March, 1849, to October, 1855, visited the institution for the first time since the dissolution of his official connection therewith. Dr. Moran pointed out the room occupied by Edgar Allan Poe, and related the circumstances of his death, which occurred Oct. 7, 1849. The doctor states that on the 6th of October, about 9 a. m., Mr. Poe was brought to the hospital in a hack driven by an Irishman, who stated that he had found his passenger on Light street wharf. In reply to an inquiry whether the gentleman was intoxicated, the hackman stated that there was no smell of liquor about him, and that he had lifted him intoxthe carriage like a child. Dr. Moran did not recognize his patient until the...

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. — 13 June 1882

Democratic Nominees. iTdtt Appjsllatb Clebk T. J. Henry. Fob County Judgh Matt Tubnky. oh County Attorney Kelly Brent. For County Clerk J. M. Hughes. i'oR Sheriff J. B. Holladay. $6d Jailor Jos. W. McCarney iua Surveyor iioRTON L. Whaley. Fob 'AaafissoR Jeff. C. Elgin. A CAB1 iUcHAHD Unify of Montgomery county, i.acHUdidHUiur Judue 01 the tiupenoi Court ol the Third District oi Kentucky, subject to the action oi the Democratic party. Between prayer and a big drove of hogs, for the destruction of the army worrn, give us the us the hogs all the time. They pick them up as long as they can find room for a worm. .-fl-he State of Kentucky was years old Friday, but can still read without spectacles, notwithstanding the fact that she has been full of old Bourbon whisky for the last fifty years. Boston Post. The people of Bourbon and surrounding counties, should remember, that we are publishing a paper for- the benefit those with breath now in their bodies, and that we will let no swindle pa...

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. — 16 June 1882

- -- y MjuhjilI i i hi i I'liiiwuiTr T- ' B -.mi ' i i iwnjiiii i n i i i mZ!!!?m?!??!! kvmm " y? Tlu ' ' ' ' - - I ; -I-i-l li 1 I riT H1 1 X "f -' rij VV l- I ' . 1 . . t . ' --... "7 m -.will knr'jfc ' i , , . I I - -.. J - - .y - - - - - i. I S odL , . t -n. -l- "En TjI "C" T 7 "'' 3CZk.Y - t v. - ...- j ns-n TT ,' -,' -.. :i.r fft.'.i i -- iv v v.V ' t. v r .- mw .-i VOL. I. i i rri .; - I .f.i:; '' rABIS, ' BOURBON. COUNTY, KENTUCKY: FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1882. NO. 30i h t i :V 4 i I I A SB .jjcgir'raeaaBsaBa TnE new histories are as' pretty as bran new counterfeit dollars. -s- Lexington is agonizing over four bright bran new cases of srnall,pox. - Several persons have taken Oscar Bur-bridge's picture for Craddock's. The City School gave a public and en-enjoyable entertainment Wednesday. "What shall the harvest be?" Army worm hash, rust, straw and two dollars a day. -- Auction at H. T. Baton's General store to-morrow, commmencing at 10 and 2 o'clock. ' Hogs are in big demand now to...

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. — 16 June 1882

9 ' THE MINER'S PROTEGWF b; uz.i.is n. ackebstsosl Wal, yon see, it's a queer story, MIray ; " The Uttle gal's none of our kin ; Bu v you. lioV"wben the old men go under, 8he'e tbe one who -will handle our " tin." My pard an' me's rough minin' fellers. Wo ve got nary children nor wif e, But we ibve little yellow-haired Nellie, An' we'll rear her up rightbet your life. How old T Wal, she's nigh 8, 1 reckon ; '"Pire'years since we brought her out here; .-.. An' sue was the cunnin'est baby , . We'd looked at for siany a year. , j . You Bee, 'twas the time the Apachea Broke out Blast the red imps of siril The emigrant train, crossed their trail, MisJ, . (An the Injuns they ecooped''em?all &u OO I f Yes, thar lay men, children an' wimmin ; , The red devils raised all their ha'r. ' " We couldn't do nothin' to help 'em, So my pard an' me buried 'em thar. We foundone young cretur'. .-. Xyin' out from the rest of thehp. -She was dead, like the rest, an' Nellie Lay cloee by her. eido f 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. — 16 June 1882

y p WOMAN GOSSIP. Mysteries of the Monte, " What is that, mother, that comes from the urn, Fragrant and Btrong, as we get it in turn?" "An infusion of leaves from far Cathay, leaves of the alder and leaves of the bay, With a twang, and full flavored, juBt a3 it should ba And I think that there must be some leaves of the tea." "What is that, mother, bo coldly blue, Lite wintry uky of nzure blue?" That is milk of the. city, that mixture, my dear, The milk of the chalk-pit and pump that is near, That would not be owned by a sensible cow, For she never could make it, she wouldn't know how." " What is that mother, yellow as gold?" "Butter, my boy; not the butter of old. In the hey-day of youth wo said tit for tat, 'Twas a prophecy when we Baid batter for ' fat ; That is butter, to those whom the scoffer calls green ; To the elect, it is oleomargarine." "What is that, mother?" the pepper of trade, But the Lord only knows of what it is made ; Of roasted meal, or dust, or peas, With a dash ...

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. — 16 June 1882

V THE BOURBON-NEWS. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. BRJJCE CHAMP, Editor Boubbon News Publishing Co. BATES. One year in advance, - $2.00 Shomonths -in advance, - - 1.00 ....... Entered at the Postofljce at Paris, Ky.yas second class mail matter.! Democratic Nominees. 011 Supebiob Judge, Rich'd Reid. i"oB Appellate Clerk T. J Henby. 3Tob County Judge Matt Tubney. ifoli County Attorney Kelly Bbent. 'Fob County Clerk J M Hughes. Fob Shebiff J. B. Holladay. dit Jailob Jos. "V. McCarney Fob Surveyor Iiobton L. "Whaley. For AsbessorJeff. Ci Elgin. '" n )iw iiimiiiniwMMW. mu Righteous men sometimes go in, Vvniie politicians tarry; The Convention illustrated this, Wueu Dick Reid beat "Old Harry." , Yb are happy to add the name yf Judge iteid to the ticket. -- . Ls' absence of the Legislature, Barnes has tackled the next worse thing the penitentiary, down ao Frankfort. Almost all of the convicts have "confessed their dear Savior," and are going to "serve Him as best they can" under the circu...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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