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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 28 January 1898

f -1 J i 8 I f IP t V i i i t r i A- -V S - i 1 j mi - MILLERSBURG Wewej i5Cotea OttUered la Anil Aboat The Bur J Will Clarke is ill with the grippe T M Parnell had a severe attack of colic Thursday The Masons will formally open their new hH next Friday night Misa Lelia McClintock is visiting Miss Adrain Griffith at Paynes depot Frank Viinont sold his aged premium boar to W Smith of Fleiningsburg E T Beeding is contemplating tearing-down the old Purnell building Dr W M Miller and T E Savage were in Carlisle ou business Wednes day Chas Allen of Knoxville was a guest of his brother J G Allen Mon day About twenty members of the I O O F attended the lodge at Paris Monday night Mrs Fannie Haves returned Wednes day from Maysville and is at the Flem ing House Mr Joe Purnell and son Reynolds returned to Bowling Green Mo Wed nesday Robert Savage has been confined to to his bed for the past week from a serious sprain Stanley Talbott who has been attend ing school at Danville Ind has re turned...

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. — 1 February 1898

4 St KI v JTvOiKIIMVSflttJxS Mil rangH325 JL l i g CHAMP MILLER Editors and Owners EIGHTEESTH YEAR fcfjrtqtrr ItKVfe mi ARDS c C F CO- Main and Broadway on JSElESm 2S3T WE ARE THE PEOPLE OUR HOLIDAY BARGAINS Our 30 Business Suits for 35 Our 35 Business Suits for 30 Our 40 Business Suits for 35 Sold by others for 55 to 60 PENNYROYAL BL J The Bed of the Future Consigned to the past are the old time beds with their high rosts their towering canopies and their fluttering draperies THE BEi OF TODAY Is of iron or brass Light clean attractive and strong in attractive form all the requisites of an up-to-date bed cover a wide range it combines The prices 350 450 500 etc White Enameled Dresser 1250 and 1350 Maple and Mahogany chamber furniture in attractive styles FOLDING BEDS Chiffonier Beds full size 1500 1800 2000 Mahogany finish upright bed vvM 18x40 French mirror at 3000 Look at our East window Cut Price Sale of Pictures 3 3 e Wall Papers now open and ready for inspection- All new design...

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. — 1 February 1898

u I n i 1 T ji Js preparing- to make a T ilMWilfflTniTnn JlHHHrcetftrc rQrvvBHBBEBwnn f 7 fSffSjIF at I - n I PASSENG EES SAVED Steamship- Corona Wrecked in Gren villeSound Off Kennedy Island Its Freight Amounted to 700 Tons A Complete Printing Outfit Was on Board It Was Intended to Print a Daily Paper in Dyea Total Cargo Xost Seattle Wash Jan 31 The steamship Copna of the Pacific Coast Steamship Co plying- between Seattle and Dyea Alaska was wrecked Janu ary 24 in Grenville sound ofE Kennedy Island The passengers were all saved hut the vessel and cargo are un derstood tojbe a total loss The pas sengers were taken- to Lewis Island where they now are The Corona came to Seattle Septem ber 1 from San Francisco to take the place of the Mexico lost the previous month in Dixon Entrance Since No vember NG the Corona had made five round trip voyages to the head of Linn canal and was on its sixth trip north when lost It was built in 1SSS at -a cost of 200000 It was insured for 120000 The Cor...

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. — 1 February 1898

CHAPTER V COPYRIGHTED Finally he began to speak of what the English call sport and he told such stories of the money which he had lost over which of two cocks could kill the other or which of two men could strike the other the most in a fight for a prize that I was filled- with astonish ment He was ready to bet upon anjr thing in the most wonderful manner and when I chanced to see a shooting star he was anxious to bet that he would see more than me twenty five francs a star and it was only when I explained that my purse was in the hands of the brigands that he would give over the idea Well we chatted away in this very amiable fashion until the day began to break when suddenly we heard a great volley of musketry from somewhere in the front of us It was very rocky and broken ground and I thought al though I could see nothing that a gen eral engagement had broken out The JUart laughed at my idea however and 43xplained that the sound came from 4he English camp where every man SUDDENLY 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. — 1 February 1898

I - r i 4 S An i T- j i r TwsBBBHIB IP I 1 I j it l I i 1 t t iWiiM iiTMfri n t 4 tfighest POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL CAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK TIE BOURBON miLliiiruiilihr hbmiI mm i MCateJItimS Reyal Baes the food pure wholesome and delicious NEWS Seventeenth Year Established 1881 Published every Tuesday and Friday by WALTER CHAMP BBUnE MILLER M Editors and Owners Make all Checks Money Orders etc Payable to the order of Champ MHjIiKK AD VER7 IMNU RATES Displays one dollar per Inch for first inser tion half rates each Insertion thereafter Locals or reading notices ten cents pei tlne eacn insertion Locals in black type twenty cents per line each insertion Fractions of lines count as full lines when running at line rates Obituar38 cards of thanks calls on candi dates resolutions of respect and matter of a like nature ten cents per line Special rates given for large advertise ments and vearlv fnrds Please Mr President lets dont bave any war over Cuba or anything else One pension list...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 1 February 1898

flir v T i C f V Chase ccJei THE B0UR8QH NEWS Seventeenth Year Establlhed 1881 Emeied at the Post office at Paris Ky as seco mail matter TJELEPHONE NO 124 SUBSCRIPTION PRICES Payable in Advance One year 82 00 1 Six mouths 100 news costs you cant kven get a re port FKOM A GUN FREE OF CHARGE Make all Checks Money Orders Etc payable to the order of Champ Milder We remove the rough edges from collars and cuffs and mould them round and smooth It is a pleasure to wear our laundered linen BOURBON STEAM LAUNDRY Queen olives Fee Son To morrow -will be Grocmd Hog Day Wheat closed at 104 yesterday at Chicago Attention is directed to Twin Bros big ad on eighth page Eleven pounds four xxsx coSee for 100 Fee Son Craig Shipp and wife have joined the Christian Church at Georgetown Rev Dr Varden addressed the Y M C A at Lexington Sunday afternoon The Argonautsya that Eld Taylor Sharrard and wife are preparing to go to housekeeping in that city The State convention of the Kentucky Young Meno Christia...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 1 February 1898

I fcfti m t fc III 1 I itfci i u V - pf - i I 1 if t Z I i - 2M r t fss fc 6 THE BOURBON NEWS Eighteenth Year Established 1881 Published Every Tuesday and Friday by WALTERCHAMPI BRUCE RIELLER f Editors and Owners WALKIN HOME WITH MARY The moon was silver clear that night The snow was pure and sparklin And trees and bushes gainst the white Was blots of shadder darknin Each fence rail had a jeweled load Each twig was gemmed and glary And T along the pastur road Was walkin home with Mary So still a dog two mile away Could reach us with his howlin The tumblin breakers in the bay Was plain as thunders growlin My clumsy boot heels crunch and squeak Beside her step so airy Seemed sayin Nows your time to speak Youre walkin home with Mary The far off breakers lent their help By boomin Now young feller And all that dog could find to yelp Was Tell her Tell her Tell her And every crackin bit of ice Seemed like ja kind of fairy A givin me the same advice When walkin home with Mary And so I swall...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 1 February 1898

-- W AGRICULTURAL HINTS SANITARY PIGGERY Arrnngrel to Provide Plenty of Sun shine for the Inside It is a noticeable fact that disease of all kinds and cholera in particular is most prevalent where the greatest num ber of hog s are kept The massing of those animals together and crowding them with sooArbonaceousafood as corn s an invitation to disease to come and reap a rich harvest and unless timely preparations are taken to thwart it it is a harvest- which is very liable to be gathered and that successful too This is especially true where the pig gery and its surroundings have become unsunitarj In such a case disease germs multiply fast for disease loves dark and dampness which soon tend to enfeeble the strongest- and healthiest hog and pave the way to the most dire results Now as sunlight is one of the best germicides known this togetfrer with MODEL PIGGERY dry quarters is absolutely necessary to the continued health of any hog In deed all animals should have the-sun-shine to bask ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 1 February 1898

I it m 11 VF 8 - uiiimiJla SHORT WORDS Slitey Are tlie Best When the Thought Are Worth While A dozen or less newspaper men were collected together when somebody said somefckiettf abont Rudyard Kipling 1 notice in the papers said an other that he is the best paid writer in the world at present The Pall Mall Gazette people say they paid him 750 a poem for all they printed of his ventured a third And why not put in a fourth He is the best writer of English prose or verse sow writing That one line of his A rag and a bone and a hank of hair describing a vampire woman couldnt be stronger I think Good and strong commented a fifth but Kipling is not the only man who has chosen monosyllables to give emphatio expression to his thought If you will remember Pope in his essay on Criticism remarked And ten low words oft creep in one dull line and before and after him there were others who as he were scaroely dull and sel dom crept Hymn writers are strong in this Take Watts in that well known hymn...

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. — 4 February 1898

TfmSiSSm TH CHAMP MILLER Editors and Owners EIGHTEENTH f EAR O F BROWEF CO- Main and Broadway ie Bed of tlie Future Consigned to the past are the old time bed with their high posts their towering canopies and their fluttering draperies THE BELVOF TOD AY Is of iron or brass Light clean attractive and strong it combines in attractive form ail the requisites of an up-to-date bed The prices oover a wide range 350 450 500 et- White Enameled Dresser 1250 and 1350 Maple and Mahogany chamber furniture in attractive styles FOLDING BEDS Chiffonier Beds full ize 1500 1800 2000 Mahogany finish upright bed wifh 18x40 French mirror al 3000 Look at our East window Cat Price Sale of Pictures 3 3 Q 3 Wall Papers now open and ready for inspection- All new designs I and colorings See ns before placing your ordar Liberal Discount for contracts now C F BROWER CO Carpets Furniture Wall Paper o EDWARDS See my select stock of Christ mas supplies Nuts 10c lb Figs 8 to 15c lb Raisms 8 to 15c lb Candies 6 1 4...

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. — 4 February 1898

Sv fc Is V r rftjftfiuff iJi f r 1 mKEv5 - RSRlUl11 2 ANTI 1TTRUST HBIUL Mtrodnced by Representative Greene Tel ler Resolution Defeated in the House Washington Feb 1 An anti trust bill explicit in its terms and naming a penalty of 10000 fine or from two to fifteen years imprisonment lias been introduced in the house by Mr Greene of Nebraska It makes it a felony to monopolize or attempt to monopolize or combine or conspire with any others to monopolize any part of the trade or commerce among the states or with foreicm nations and the mak ing1 of every contract agreement or combination entered into by any per sons firms corporations or combina tions of firms trust or otherwise to restrain trade or commerce or limit or control the output or price of any ar ticle of commerce The bill confers jurisdiction on the several circuit and district courts of the United States and any slate court having common law jurisdiction and forfeits to the United States property owned under such contracts ...

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. — 4 February 1898

f t v- --5- r T iirii aYjBfiARETDELANO tCOPTRIQHTEDl Why Donald Hayes should have built his house so near the water Jhat the line of drift left by tlie high tide was tangled in his little picket fence was a mystery to the Seaport r I should think D6n youd have enough of that ocean week dtjys a settin and a lookin at it Sundays too remonstrated morer than one friend Aint you tired of seein the sea just layin there If you was up here in town you could see the- street and folks comin and goin Folks said Donald Hayes with a laugh the sea is folks enough forme Well its easy talking- threatened the other good naturedly but wait till you try toget M ary Ellis to live down on those God forsaken rocks Mary or any woman will say no thankf ye I dont see how your mother stands it nohow Donald laughed again he was a fine vigorous young fellow with an open sunny handsome face and a mouth that found laughing easy - Mother dont mind he said and then he jumped into his dory which was tied at the wha...

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. — 4 February 1898

k fa ftft M 3 H il i 3- - r t - r - si sv r I SsMraiite I if it r - 94 v n if t - V 4 f The Kentucky Press Royal caahes the food pure wholesome and delicious pom POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL BAKINO POWDER CO HEW YORK J TIE BOUBBOff NEWS Seventeenth Year Established 1881 Published every Tuesaay and Friday by WALTER CHAMP BBUC5E MILLER Editors and Owners Make all Checks Money Orders etc movable to the order of Champ Mimek ADVER1IS1NG RATES Displays one dollar per inch for first Inser tion half rates each insertion thereafter Locals or reading notices ten cents per line each insertion Locals in blact type twenty cents per line each insertion Fractions of lines count as full lines when running at line rates Obituaras cards of thanks calls on candi dates resolutions of respect and matter of a like nature ten cents per line Special rates given for large advertise ments and yearly cards Danville friends have petitioned ex- Gov Brown to run for Governor again Over four hundred new bills hav...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 4 February 1898

1 It 4 t fc r 4 vjL - r V TIE BOUBBOH NEWS Seventeenth Year Established 1881 fEnlcied at the Post office at Paris Ky as 8ecoT mall matter TELEPHONE NO 124 SUBSCRIPTION PRICES Payable in Advance Oneyear S2 00 Six months 3100 news costs you cant even get a re port FROM A GUN FREE OF CHARGE Make alt Checks Money Orders Etc payable to the order of CHAMP Miliar We remove the rough edges from collars and cuffs and mould them round and smooth It is a pleasure to wear our laundered linen BOURBON STEAM LAUNDRY Queen olives Fee Son Read the stor y on thirdpage Miss Harriet Bogardus will give America in Richmond J W Woolums was appointed Post Tnqfrftr at- Muir Favette County Tues day i J C Montgomery has sr d his store at Centerville to Jerry Sullivan of that place Dr Louis Landman optician of Cin cinnati will be at the Hotel Windsor Tupfday Albert Rice has succeeded Jim Hen derson colored as janitor of the court house Attorney John S Smith has gone to Dwight Ills to take depositions in a will...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 4 February 1898

y n f Hfrr 35 W Ms I v rs 6 THE BOURBON NEWS Eighteenth Year Established 1881 Published Every Tuesday sind Friday by SraS f Editors nd wncrs LISTEN TO THE WATERFALL listen to the tinkling call of the splashing waterfall Raining diamonds in the deep ravine Sparkling gems a glorious sight in each one a raj of light Flashing dashing down with glittering sheen Round about it walls of gray pillared curved and sculptured they By the gnomes which Nature here em ploys And the echo spirits sing or in caverns roystering rjng Like a troop of merry girls and boys Down below a mirrored pool clear as crys tal icy cool Catches all the diamonds falling down And the trickling rills emboss on the plush of emerald moss Webs in rich contrast with lichens brown Round about festoons the vine shadows with it intertwine Turquoise blue through boughs the sky is seen Where the branches interlace in designs of rarest grace Arabesqued like some old Moorish screen Here and there are shady bowers carpeted with r...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 4 February 1898

TV ALL THINGS BEAUTIFUL BY EUGENE LEWIS VV 15 KVMra He nath mate everything beautiful in His time Eccles 311 In filigree the sunbeam weaves A golden setting for the leaves And interlaces opal mist With pearls of dew and amethyst A splash of azure tints of green With glittering rays and flashing sheen Thus all around above below The works of God in beauty glow Whew winter comes with hoarse refrain Snell frosty and snow on hill and plain Each flake unfolds a jeweled wing A pinion drops oer everything Reclining like a saint at Test A robe of white upon her breast Earth feels the chill but in the snow In emblem pure Gods works we know 1 1 J The oceans waves roll on sublime From topmost crest to deepest xnirre When pearls and stars and living gem Adom its mighty diadem With coral groves and temples grand The work of an Almighty hand Vast cities where no foot has trod Their architect and builder God Devoutly seen the soul can trace -In natures round he gifts of grace - -In breded light an...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 4 February 1898

f fr 3 26 1S00 married Sully King They had Iittleberry M born July 26 1823 married January 12 1848 Mary A Smith born May 16 18J3 daughter of George A and Elizabeth Edwards Smith and granddaughter of Withers Smith and Jane 1 ane his wife Jane Lane was the daughter of James and Lydin Lane and granddaughter of William Lane who died in Westmore land county Va 1760 and his wife Marlh Captain Bedford was also the father of Susan Morn VII Augustine Volney born August 18 1802 married Elizabeth Garrard who bore him William James G Jeptha Littleberry Benjamin Stephen I Cordelia married O V Talbot and left no heirs and Sallie manied Mar tin and left issue VIV Franklin P Bedford born May 14 18C4 died January 18 1828 married Henrietta daughter of Col Henry Clay and his wife Peggy Helm who bore him one son Frank IX Benjamin Bedford born August 17 1807 married first Carolina B Moran born Fehruary 29 1812 daugh ter of Edward B Moran sn of Wm and Rebecca Birbour Moran born Match 18 1786 and Letitia ...

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. — 8 February 1898

EIGHTEENTH YEAR 0 - Ourl30 Business Suits for 35 Our S5 Business Suits for 30 Our 40 Business Suits for 35 old by others for 55 to 60 ir fit CHAMP MILLER Editors and Owners KllOl C F BROWEK CO Main and Broadway STtoo 33Ly The Bed of the Future Consigned to the past are the old time beds with their high posts their towering canopies and their fluttering draperies THE BED OF TODAY Is of iron or brass Light clean attractive and strong it combines in attractive form all the requisites of an up-to-date bed The prices cover a wide lange 350 450 500 etc White Enameled Dresser 1250 and 1350 Maple and Mahogany chamber furniture in attractive styles folding BEDS Chiffonier Beds lull size 1500 1800 2000 Mahogany finish upright bed with 18x40 French mirror at 3000 Look at our East window Cut Price Sale of Pictures 3 8 8 Wall Papers now open and ready for inspection- All new designs and colorings See us before placing your order Liberal Discount for contracts now C F BROWE b CO Carpets Furniture...

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. — 8 February 1898

it 2 BIG WAESHIPS British Indian Australian and Pacific Sqaudrons Receive Orders To Be in Readiness to Reinforce the Fleet in the Far East They Will Oppose Any Combination Opposing British Pol icy in That Part of the World Shanghai Feb 4 Ehe China Ga zette says the JJritish Indian Austra lian and Pacific squadrons nave been ordered to be ready to reinforce the fleet in the far east thus giving the British admiral a fleet capable of coping -with any combination op posing British policy In the meanwhile adds the China Gazette the British claims in the will be supported by a strong squadron stationed at Chusan to which place two other warships are en route In the event of Russia hoisting her flag over the forts at Port Arthur the British ad miral has been ordered to hoist the English flag over Chusan and the Japanese fleet will ascend the as soon as the river rises About 7500 Russian artillery and cav alry and quantities of stores and muni tions have arrived at Kirin the capi tal 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. — 8 February 1898

ft m a t1 m m 1 yfrarJtjy r MAKING BISCUITS FOB TEA herself disappointedly There well she is set Poor Dick I guess there aint no chance for him CHAPTER HI But Dick Wheeler did not so easily resign the hope that Mary would ac cept him In his slow honest deliber ate way he went all over the situation in his own mind He knew Dons worth and he had felt as had everybody who had come in contact with him the at traction of the young fishermans sweet kind careless nature He knew all that with no jealousy or bitterness with only a sober kindly acceptance of the fact He admitted the loyalty of Marys heart and I like her all the better he said to himself stoutly He even realized in an exact reasoning way the force of Marys ideal of Don and the longer she waits the more shell care for him he thought sober ly He must not lose any time that was clear So he tried a dozen loving artifices he called not too often He carried fruit to Mrs Hayes he sent books to Mary anJ after awhile to put her at ease...

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