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Semi-weekly Bourbon news. (Paris, Ky.) 1883-1895, August 03, 1883, Image 5

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Bourbon News Extra.
The Mt. Sterling fair will begin to-day.
Tub Parks Hill camp-meeting will begin
Miss Linda Chinn, of Fleming county, is
visiting at Greensburg, Ind.
Coior, tobacco and crops needing rain badly
in this and adjoining counties.
JeffElgin will show off some trotters at
the Mt. Sterling fair Thursday.
Major Henry Turney and family will
move to Texas, if they succeed in finding a
buyer for the Bourbon House.
Mr. "W. T. Price, of Louisville, the author
of the "Without Purse or Scrip," the life of
Tiev. George Barnes, was in the city Friday,
Mr. Price was a mamber of Col. Zeke Clay's
company in the wax, and has been in Lexington
in attendance at the reunion of the
Morgan men.
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Can this be Morgan's old brigade,
The same we used to know?
That rode that grand Ohio raid,
A score of year ago?
If these, whose heads now wear the grey
Be truly morgan's men,
They'd give their bluegrass farms to-day
To ride that raid again. Stanton.
Two eccentricities in dress were observed
lately at a fashionable entertainment in
London. One lady wore a crimson dress,
and the same color was carried out in every
detail, even to long crimson gloves. Another,
whose costume was pale blue followed
'up the idea of pale blue kid gloves. Both
were peeresses.
Fourth Corporal Craddock.
IN a talk with the Lexington jVews at the
reunion, Col. Craddock, of the Kentuckian,
"I came up to Lexington to attend College
in 1847, and the drum and iifc seduced me
into joining a military company organized
back of the Court-house, in which John H.
MorgJvn, who had been Lieutenant, was
made first officer and I was made the last.
I did not know any one in the company and
when Gen. Morgan insisted on having me
elected an officer, and afterwards came and
introduced himself to me saying he wanted
as many nice fellows in the offices as he
could get in with him. His company was
uot ordered on duty by the State, and I afterwards
went with the Bourbon company."
Several cargoes of Egyptian rags are
on the high bound for America. New
York thould send out a committee to
meet them with a cannon. f
Several Pennsylvania ministers hav
forbade the girls of their congregations
wearing bangs. It is gradually coming to
that. The bang will be met by a howl
against it, almost as loud as the cry
against the trade dollar.
Wabben, William and Marion Rowe,
charged with murder, and Tom "White,
Lewis Eecton and Jack Stilton charged
with horse stealing, escaped from the
Richmond, Ky., jail, one day last week.
The Richmond jail has for a long time
been considered one of the strongest in
the State.
Judge Blodgett, of the United State.
District Court of Illinois, decided at Chicago
that stockholders in a national bank
are liable for the debts of the banks to
the extent of their stock, and that individual
suits to recover on this liability
can be commenced without the intervention
of a receiver.
An now a number of New York dressmakers
and clcakmakers are out on a
strike. This, indeed, is a calamity. The
contry surveyed the great railroad strikes,
and the wheels of commerce must go
round if the telegrapers go out, but if the
dressmakers are to stop vork what is
there left worth living for ?
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A floating item says that "peelings of
green cucumbers will kill cockroaches."
No questions about it. Green cucumber
peelings will kill anything, if you
could only get "anything" to eat them.
But they would have to be sugar-coated
before they could be smuggled into a
cockroack that was in its right mind.
The bodv of Chas. Meininger, of Cincinnati,
was cremeated at Washington,
Pa., Friday.
Vote for Hon." Chas. Offutt for Representative,
and the whole Democratic
State ticket next Monday.
Vote for Hon. Chas. Offutt for Representative,
and trie whole Democratic
State ticket next Monday.
Vote for Hon. Chas. Offutt for Representative,
and the whole Democratic
State ticket next Monday.
Vote for the Hon. Chas. Offutt for
Representative, and the whole Democratic
State ticket next Monday,
The indications are that Mahone must
make the greatest effort of ot his life if he
expects to carry Virginia this fall.
It the old ticket is dead they do not
think so in Indiana. Several Democratic
papers out there are flying the Tilden
and Hendricks flag.
It is not true that Mr. Langt.ry was in
New York seeking Gebhardt with a gun,
He is in London waiting for Lily to come
home with the money.
There never was such a National outpouring
of spirit in favor of a Presidential
candidate, as there is in the Democtatic
party for Samuel J. Tilden.
An earthquake has takenplace near the
volcano Vesuyius, Italy, and several villages
were destroyed and the loss of life
estimated 3,000 killed 800 wounded.
A mob at Harlan, Iowa, hung a murderer,
riddled his body with bullets and
throw it intn ttift river. Even then thev
were not satisfied of his death until the
Uoroner sat on mm.

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