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THE BOURBON NEWS.
PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.
BRUCE CHAMP, Editor
Bourbon News Publishing Co.
One year in advanco, $2. 00
Six months in advance, - - 1.00
Entered at the Post-office at Paris,
Ky., as second class mail matter.
A woman blest with the spirit
of forbearance, is worth more than
the finest gold mine in California.
If a man is to be void of reason
in all earthly and spiritual affairs,
then why was the germ of reason
planted in his cocoanut?
A man had better be in the
worst theological hell extant, than
to be ruled by a theological trap-clap
and a narrow-brained preacher
who preaches for hash only.
Throw a bucket of slop on the
green grass in the sun-shine, and
you'll produce a hive of flies. If
old Noah had only thought of this,
what a trouble he would have
Who can define space ? Look far
beyond a million of millions of
miles and you'll find numberless
suns and starry canopies. We
have proof that there's suns and
The latest news is that Jesse
James is plucking on a three-string-banjo
in heaven with a
brace of -pistols by his side; but
then, you know, you cannot depend
on spiritualism altogether.
CHRISTMAS IS COMING-.
Old folks are you ready for it ?
Have you darned the stockings of
the little people to hang up in the
chimney corner, to meet the legendary
Old Gent, Santa Claus ?
Have you studied the wants and
appropriate gifts for the different
ages, of your household, expecting
the annual contribution to their
pleasures on this day ? Have you
thought of your domestics in connection
tfwith the season the
cook, the house girl, the nuive and
the old carriage driver, who so
carefully and safely, has guided
the restive steed as you rolled over
the county, in.your rounds of pleasure,'
through the year ? Don't forget
them. The hearts of the young
and the old, the spirited, the
proud, and the hnmble are made
"lad bv such kind remembrances.
Let 'not the wistful eye, filled
with a tear, of the poor little barefoot,
in rags, shivering, around you,
with no place he can call home,
and no parent, blessed with the
the good things of this world, to
make glad his hoart go sorrowing
from your presenco. Let your
benificence towards him follow you
through the the day. and at night
as your head lays pillowed for sleep
and a thousand thoughts revolve
in mind this one recollection, that
you, kindly recognized him, will
make sweet your sleep.
Arc you ready for the closing
year ? Have you thought of the
thousands -who have labored in the
fieldsj in the shops, and on the
road that -are waiting for the coming
day New Year's Day, that
custom has made pay da7, when,
on final settlment, they may gather
together the little due" them and
rise above self-denial, denial-of the
creature comforts of life, that the
necessity of their circumstances,
from the credit system in trade, has
subjected them to.
Like men of noble impulses, generous
feeling endowed with a sense
of true Jionor, justice and right
come forward, come, and without
an'" required stretch of conscience
meet the printers wants, the shopkeepers
necessities, the merchants
claims and the doctors dues. Then,
if ready, hold not upon the dollar,
and the interest too, of ano.tKers
hard earnings. Give unto Caesar
that which is Csesar's. Hold not
for mercenary purposes the laborer's
hire it is not yours, it is his
to buy lands, speculate in mules,
feed cattle, and invest in bank
stock. Then, if ready, let us all
havo a merry Christmas, a happy
New Year, the poor cared for and
no debt, like Banquo's ghost, to
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What ishell. stranger.? It is a
bigamist facing two mothers-in-law.
The concatenation of combined
circumstances (of which a two
years residence for elegibility is
one of the chief elements) compells
us with a degree of regret to answer
the kind solicitations of a host of
admiring friends, and say sadly,
we cannot your- candidate for
Mayor be. Thanks, though, all
An an old shoe. What is it .?
It is a thing . of use. It protects
che foot from the sharp cobble
stones, the rusty nails, the broken
glass and shivered crockery ware.
It protects the foot from frosts, deep
snows and frozen ground, and defies
the blistering rays. It sup
ports the mighty intellect, carries
the weak, and is the end of man.
Noble old shoe
TO THE TAX PAYERS 0 BOURBON CO.
We again respectfully call your attention
to the payment of your
taxes, we are greatly pressed for
money by the parties holding
claims against the County, which
we are unable to settle unless you
come forward promptly and pay.
J. B. Holladay, S. B. C.
no longer from Dyspepsia,
Indigestion, want of
Appetite,loss of Strength
lack of Energy, Malaria,
Intermittent Fevers, &e.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
never fails to cure
all these diseases.
Eoston, November 26, i83i.
Brown Chemical Co.
Gentlemen: For years I have
been a great sufferer from Dyspepsia,
and could get no relief (having tf ied
everything which was recommend-ed)
until, acting on the advice of a
friend, who had been benefitted by
Brown's Iron Bitters, I tried a
bottle, with most surprising results.
Previous to taking Brown's Iron
Bitters, everything I ate distressed
me, and I suffered greatly from a
burning sensation in the stomach,
which was unbearable. Since taking
Brown's Iron Bitters, all my
troubles are at an end. Can eat any
time without any disagreeable results.
I am practically another
person. Mrs. W J. Flynn,
30 Maverick St., E. Boston.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
acts like a eliarm
on the digestive organs,
removing all dyspeptic
symptoms, such as tasting
the food, Belching,
Heat in the Stomach,
Heartburn, etc. The
only Iron Preparation
that will not blacken the
teeth or give headache.
Sold by all Druggists.
Brown Chemical Co.
See that all Iron Bitters are made by
Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore, and
have crossed red lines and trademark
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
SCHOOL FOR BOYS
and YOUNG MEN
The next session of the
school of W. H Loch-hart
Monday September J 1th
1882, in the building formerly
occupied by Miss
Maria Tipton. This is
one of the best locations
in Paris, quiet and retired,
good play ground
attached. Terms made
hnown on application.
The attention of the citizens of Bourbon
and surrounding counties is respectfully
called to my spring stock of
which were never prettier, cheaper, and
more abundant in stock.
To see them is to love them to lore
them is to buy them.
JOHN T. HINTON,
mar2tf Pabisj Kt; j
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FOSTEE & SANDSES
Booksellers and Stationers.
. Come and see them Fine Boxes
New Year Cards, Ink Stands, and
Fioral Poems, and very handsome Poems in Cloth and Calf.
Zigzag Books, Chatterboxes and nice selections, childrons books,
large selections of books in sets. Handsome Photograph Albums.
Ladies Satchels in Plushes, etc., Scrap Books, Pictures and autographs.
New Novels for young and old, accordeons, Guitars. Hams. fe. Hnmo
and see yourselves. No troubled show pur goods. Just a
large line of Blank Books. Merchants do well to call and see it 3m.
aff ill $ 11! ?H rf BF
WITH nil IMMENSE -
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COMMERCIAL (OB BUSINESS) COLLEGE
of Kentucky University,
WTLBTT B. SMITH, Frest, EXENGTOX. KT. 1
Nearly 5.000 incceuful rndnktci of ths abor College, to-J
cUher with thi Wadisg Edneatori ot America, attest the 1
aperlority of Its Conns or Study and Training, as being
Thironth. Pnetleal and Comolete. Embracinr Bookkeeping.
Buiinen Antoinette, uommtrciai Law, Mercantile i
pondtnc. Penmanship, etc. Tims requlred.to complete
ke wall Dlolosa Course frosi 3 to S mouths. Total cent.
Including Tuition, Books, Stationery and Beard la a good
family about J33. SUdents of this College can attend the
other Colleges of the University under 10 Professors for 1
year Free f When 3 or saore enter together a
reduction or to on eaca ones i union win camaae. ins
Summer Sesslochas commenced, but Students receired any
wet- 'ay in tha year. Kesular FU Opoalaj;, ipt.
11, 188S. W. It. SMITH, Prea't, Lexington, Kt.
MRS BLANCHE BREEDER,
PARIS, - - KENTUCKY.
Having succeeded the Misses Mitchell
in business, I take pleasure
to the ladies at large, that I will keep
at the old stand a large and select stock
of everything in the
line. My trimmer is first-class, and my
prices shall offer favorable competition
with those of the best houses in Kentucky.
Miss Sophia Hutchison, late with Mrs.
Norris, will assist me behind the counter.
I have commenced drassinvj. and will
pay the highest price in "Cash'.' delivered
in Paris. "Number unlimited.
tf O. A. Gillmak.
Notice is hereby given that the partnership
lately ex istiny between V
George Macdonagh :ud Alfnd A.
Fisher, under the firm name ot Paris
Machine Shop at Paris, Bourbon conntj ,
Ky., was dissolved bv mutual consent on
the 10th day of Oct. 18S2, said
assuming to pay all demands
against said firm, and are entitled to
all claims in it's favor Oct. 10th
ALFRED A. FISHER,
Macdonagh Brothers are now to ready
build and repair Stationary and Portable
engines, Saw Mills, Distilleries, Flouring
Mills, and all kinds of Machinery, Boiler
Patching, Flewing, Pipe-Fitting, Tobacco
Screws, Weighing Machines and Scales
repaired and adjusted, also Beer Pumps
and cocks repaired, also Agricultural Machinery,
knives, and all kinds of cutlery
emery-ground and Buffed, and all kinds
of wood-turning done.
Prices reasonable and terms cash.
Give us a call.
W. T. OVERBY.
WHOLESALE LUMBER DEALER
Wliite and Yellow Pine, Poplar
and Oak Timber for
of Papeteries. Fine Christmas and
Portfolios. The Gold Pens, Golden
iGCK OF Mi KINDS OF
SPAVIN CUR j I
The Mo.sfc Successful
ever disco veied as it is certain . its
fects and does not blister; Also - xcellent
for human flesh. READ PROOF JELOW
COL. L. T. FOSl EK.
Yousgstown, Ohio, May IOi r, 1880.
B. J. Kendall & Co., Gents;- I had a
very valuable Hambletoniau col which I
prized very highly; he had a Lr ;q bone
spavin on one joint and a smaL one on
the other, which made him vei lame ; I
had him under the charge ofttwo '
surgeons who failed to cure him. 1
was one day reading the adverti. merit of
Kendalls's Spavin Cure in the Chicago
Express, I determined at once 1 '" try it,
and got our druggists here to sei t for it;
they ordered three bottles, I t( k them
all and thought I would gi e it a
thorough trial, and used accordi ; to directions
and the fourth day the lt ceased
to be lame, and the lumps h . disappeared.
I used but one bottle md the
colts limbs are as free from him, ; and a
smooth as any horse in the sLw . He ih
entirely cured. The cure was t remarkable
that I let two of my neighb rs have
the remaining two bottles who . re now
using it. Very Respectfuih
L. T. Ft TER.
Try -i n ! i
j&ienaaii s spavin mre.
ON HUM AS FLEFH.'
Patten's Mills, N. Y., Feb. Ji ., IS78.
15. J. Kkkdvll & Co., Jho
ca.se mi which 1 used y Ken-it
'dali's Sp.iVin'Cmv wks ,i nialn, ankle
sprain oittxuvn months jstHiniin r had
tried many thing.1, but in vr: Your
spavin cure put tiie loot to th grounu
again, and for the first time sinu hurt in
a natural position, For a iaiuih miment
it excels anything we ever usud.
Rev. M. P Bell,
Pastor of M. E. Church, Pati?: Mills,
j N Y.
Send for -illustrated circular gl ng
itive proof. Price $1. Ail i
have it or can get it for you. T' B. J.
Kendall & Co. Proprietors, Erosburgh
VALUABLE HOTEL PROP SRT Y
Situated in the town of Mil rsburg,
Kentucky. Said property is in f .
condition, commodious, with ample
supply of water, three good gar .ens attached
thereto, good livery sta )le and
out-buildings, ice-house, &c.
The reputation of this house i i second
to none in th State.
Any person desiring to exam.no said
property, will bo shown the &- n and
terms explained, by applying o Mrg
Jane M. Purnell at Millereburg or W.
M. Purnrilat Faria, Kentucky, mmedi
ae poareition given upon consun ation ot
rams. Smxh Pm x
NOW" IS TH-S -OLDEN OPPORTUNITY
Let every Careful and Economical
Buyer Improve it !
Our NEW FALL STOCK
LARGER, MORE SUPERIOR IN MAKE - UP, and BETTER in
STYLE than ever before, and offered at PRICES WHICH CAN NOT
BE OTHERWISE THAN SATISFACTORY TO ALL I We exttnd
a hearty and cordial invitation to all to come where the best material,
the best styles, the best fits, and THE LOWEST PRICES are to b9
found at all times; where your wants will be carefully considered,
your patronage appreciated, and where you are always sure to find
JUST WHAT YOU WANT.
Thanking the public for the generous support we have experienced
at their hands in the past,
JGST with each suit of clothes or overcoat bought of us from Sept. 25th,
'82, to Jan. 10th; '83, the purchaser will receive therewith a ticket en-tilling-
the holder to a chance iu
$75,00 IN GOLD COIN
to be given away by us Jan. iOth, T83.
ONE GIFT, 5, 00; ONE GIFT, $10, 00; ONE GIFT, $16,00;
ONE GIFT, $20, 00; ONE GIFT, $25, 00. -
- We are Very Truly Youn;
J. L. TAYLOR & CO.
CORDIALLY INVITES THE
varied assortment of
just received, and which he will sell for THE NEXT 30 DAYS at
astonishingly low figures, in order to make room, as his store is overcrowded.
The counters and shelves are covered and filled with the
newest Novelties in Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets, Plushes, Shawls, Suits,
Cloths, Flannels, Domestics, Linens, and notions of all descriptions.
His Fall assortment is unusually large and attractive and prices without
parallel. His display of dress goods, comprising Silk Embroideries and
hand Braided patterns, is complete and will be sold at prices' which will
astonish the most economical. Purchasers will do well to call early
and avail themselves of the bargains jnow being offered.
lave the bast, largest, newest and
is now open for impesfcion. It ia
PUBLIC to inspect his large and
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