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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 28 May 1896

fffo. I HP onuun to: Thai M.I17 cor.1.-. Oi tlook wt e circulated durinsUweeksE;avrraii. J-J 1,:?77 weekly. Ilought uwnj mor than t Hppt.V V), Jan. 1.1.vrr m:i.n , f tlrtuax wivrlrculiit 1 ;vit5. 1.11"' J ,J wwkly. K'lliKK know tiou.lit J IJOlllo 1,144 COM. . kl. C JAY 1 IDUI ft Ki'lIUKi;. "sr if H SI BB'H 28 VOL. XVII. rVlN(3SVILLK, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 28, 189(. NUMBER 46. 196 r t .r- S' f ' 1-1 4 - ' - ' 2' '" J. M. Ilrotlior in homi.inarl. rs for . , wall paper. Best Calicoes 5c ut Civulpastcr Go to J. M. lirolher for good and Cheap wall paper. S Spools Clark's O. N. T. 10c at Goodpastt-r & Killpst rick's. Born, a the 21th inst., to W. W. Nixon and wife, of Preston, a hoy. Remember, tou tret 10 per cent, off on all each sale. Mas. D. S. Ektiix. Our millinery ia cheap and styl- ish. Will not be undersold by any one. Mks. D. S. Kstii i.. We were pleased to learn that Mr. T. it. Keid was the gentleman who sent lit from Bethel the 1 h Sheriff Lane,' who couldn't rente ni ber ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 28 May 1896

1 v- j V i . W1 t I m . ? " - . " V v ' , '.I . V . - " .1 v ''if'''" .-.- . . . Owlnosviiis Outlook. D. S, ETILU rubli-Ler. OWIXG-VILLE. : : KKNTUCKY. THE RIOC WITH MOLLY. Ttss tsse war la ths Monmi as' th wood! were white as snow With miles sn' miles o' daisies In a prtnj- time lone siro: An th vrlnds from dreamin' ntesdoa-s came -llh kisses pwM and kind mm I drove the rows from paatur" an' when Molly rod behind. I rmv'mlMT all about It tha pathway throuch Um dells Where Ihe old mare timed her footatepato the music o' the hells That clanked the w hole war homeward , to the merry mllkln' place: But Busily I rememlxT Mtlly's curls about my race. "or, rid In' there behind m, every breeae S-Mowin' free Would catch 'cm an would kiss em an' toss 'em over me: Ad' sometimes, too. I turned my head to see tier bright eyes shine. An our faces came together, an' her lips were close to mine! I didn't mind tha labor In the fields ar In the Rladea The Ionic an' weary furrows where the young; com...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 28 May 1896

TALMAdK'S SEKMOXK, Many Disconcerted Actors Make Fail ures of Their Parts. Drlvo Theaa t'roul tbe Mcs amd the f 'ortsta Rings Hoars, mm Stlarttsl I. Iff A Hvaartrut I'arsllrl Krtvrm Ihla ItfrBMd the llraans. Rev. Ir. Talmape's text Sunday was Job sxvii., 2:;: "Men Khali clap thoir hands at him and Khali hiss him out fit his plaee." Thi allusioo tn-mi to le dramntkv The Itil.le tliore than once makes sweh ailaMotiK. 1-aul Kaya: "Wr inr mi4i theat'sr or sMvtaele t. angel and """a." It is evident frtmi the tel that home if the hat. its f theater tris-rs were knuavn in J.JV time. N-eause ho describes an aotor hissed off the Mifi'. The im-rrtiatr comes on tin- Umi-ds nd, eitiu-r through lack of Mu.lv f the psirt he in to taUe tr iun.tii-. or ither iiieaoacity, the audienee is of fended, and expresses its disiippnd.a tion and disgust by hisMiii. "Mm bhall clap their handset htm and shall hiss him out of hit plaee." My ta-xt MiirpvMs that eaeh one of us ik put on the slairr of this norld t...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 28 May 1896

V- O lrwrr ' ' ' . 1. i'.T 7 ' , ' .1 ... 'J . fS-i . Cvviiinsviilo Oulic l. .. I -TM 1 uviN:s iu.i:. KY. Vt 1 IH 'DWNfE MAY JS. !.-.'.. AKKOUriCEHEHTS. We have lo.-t hi in nth by unpaid announcements of candidate for IhiIiiickI lioilililalions ul.u oiiio (hat r halo m.oii a:t i tit i.i l.iblc llllc to i n lite the va!i i l udt miee for uii (.lu ll aiilK.lilieellieill.s lliM-i'tc.l in 'Van liTi.i.k. The iuentit y- , roiiiiiiunioutions f ail wriii rs for p;i1i!ienlioii of I in! TlIK OVTI OOK 111111 ' LtKOVIl to I inst-riion : llllll:e to fls vour the -ilitrs to insure therefore, t-in your reitl trhnt Toil ii' for lis. ooiniinir.ieiiiion mil! not be jrifte.!. Wruillnot u! lish the wrjtt t'i' natiK iiiiless i- his ootiM-tit. u--j--r" . r.z.-. Tor Circuit Ju('ko Ju,le 1?. t l'av. f Mt. S-.eilin- ... . in a esi nl.;i- lor ho I emo 1 at i liominnt ion for "ireiitt luil' in 1,.. -r. ... .',... i,..ii..i .l .1:. iri. 'oiiI!om1 of the eolWitiOK of l.atll. Mer.ifi-e, Moiilf'iitaery ami Uowan ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 31 May 1896

ffhtf i itrtlf 1 H.-IH. 4. Vi. Jan. I. "W.over S'.WI ci- oi'tl.wk r-rlr-uliiltl;vfrm!-,l.n vn-kljr. K-'lloK knom. we lmui;lit I .CM lo IMl eopi- .-. kly. C to: Thau .4I7 ciki Oitluuk if" rlreulatrd during iu werfcs T; averax., 1 ,271 weekly, ttounbl snauy wore than that of KrlUoctf. VOL. XYII. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1896. NUMBER 15. W I II II II II II II II II II II f - ? 5 f 0 4 ( 1- .- u s I i J J. M. Brother is head.iuarters for vail naiwr X " r l t Itest Calicoes 5c at Gondpat-ter L Killiatri-k's. C lo I cLfap to J. M. lirotlit r for gitod and w all pap r. 3 Spool ClaiVs O. X. T. I0o at Goodpaster 4 Killpat ri-U.s. Teed & Kitill sold to M. 1). Faris a good Ihitm for $73. ll.irn, Tuesday, to Mr. it ml Mj John DoUe, of Naylors Uraurli, l lU-pouud son. KetnemWr, you pet 10 pt-r cos off on ail c:ivh taK's. Sins. I). S. F.stiix. trfmillititTy is cheap and st'l ish. Will not be undersold ly any one. Mks. 1). S. rni I.. James 8. Ilovd. of White Oak, bought the cro...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 31 May 1896

OWjDQSVlllG Outlook. I'. S. KMIl.t., IV'olUt.er. t'AINV.sVU.I.i;, kkxh'i'kv. OVER THE TUDS. I'll from (ha launder, nil .lay lontr, lite .-t.H.n of a lutl.-t.ont; JW !! HUl-Hle. It 111., Ml . To rtf- mi. I molt h.lni'n uihofuii. Mrs. M.-45.H nil.lst below. ilo-H-in linen, enow on snow, Sui';s at l,.r task as III.-tuoni.-ma lr) JstUI a the l-usy hours rt.y. Sr M. nill. ovit the tubs, &urub and washes, waali.-a and scrubs. Hare ere her strong arms: rough and row Hit humls. with striving f.w da'ly bread. M'hiie he works in the steam an. I foam, TIUKlita of the "chil.l.r." l.-rt at home, me to oli r her. till. after all. The. day sccuia ort. and the washing small: For nioth.s-love, with tender spell. Is wnrkmc. Its ceaseless miracle; M hll Mrs. McGiM. over the tub. Sorulai and washes, washes and Bombs. fvwn through the area-way there floats Tlio cry of Ihe eloy en Idcnt nulr Telling how on a fit-Id of fume A warrior W-n him a hero's name: T"be ptillota clung to m-ling oeik, I served ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 31 May 1896

V J: 1 .. 1 ' - A I A" 1 i :.i 1. . 1 . ' I WJT lu I ID urSV V t , . s of the annual conf ft . - 1 . 1 , " Me report: -That in tne select ' r- . :;..r3ishops the delegates should bt ' , . 'J . 1 1 -'' -r" " trammeled, and therefore the - ' - ,T' v ' v . mr sAtionality of a bishop is z 1 A votixu Fei: a r.isiiop. Eight Ballots Taken by the Methodist Conference Without Result. ; ittn-r thr iMtumf uf l-titr I .Ic-riiM U hi rr tl I'rot.itiMory Law J'.t.rtttt AHt"nIutrnt la the tlfM'ttttite. .. . ........ ' I.KVFI.AMt ... M, li. -Tl. Mctl.u- ! list .tcnal ,..,1 Hscl. ..Q , ........ ,, rilCC .4I1.-....I1 Moll- , intntuorl 4iv lr. H. A. Miimc. of IMawarv, tiulorxiii the InVilii hat ('tovrland lintels lia n-'a-orded to all M-)ratfs. rctfar.llcvs of oolor. an. I adcniaiiatiut tli Win-rover it is da-cidcd to liol.l t he a'.-tifervin o in the future f uaraDtcc Ih ail'tained of ttinal treat- , tuenV . retail lit inn as rt-fcrivj aulli'itlii in' that tin- M.-lli.xliM church rfooirni4-a no color ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 31 May 1896

Gwingsville Ouilco' i. OV. IC v Krtl li VP. I K. KV. 1, tuBusnirruji, i yi .-t in A!v-vci . Tiil !:s!AY. MAY -M. IV.'X mc3rt i in in n mi "! ii i i i ii mi" 1 1 r s. ANfiCU?:CErf:rS. W.- ro aittlmri -l to ntil'i'iii ce S i::i!i. I T J..ih-s ( Wliil- tk. a -t', lid i'..- f -r the IVmocnt io n.iin in.it inn !nr .'iiih-r of H.-itli county. l".!--'.-lin, November. I. '.'7. J'llui .1.icVon, f Predion, i-- n candidate for t li- lVmocrutic nom ination for Jailer f I'.it'i to. We have lot h unit h ly uiip.iid aiiiioiiiK-t incut if candidate for xi':iii;.l iiinii;i..ti.uis and oilicce thai f have made hd invariable rule to rciu.ire lhecah in advance for nil such annouuci tueiits in sorted in The Oi n.ix.K. Tin nil miiv .T nil writer! of coici'iuiiieuli.ci for j n: ' H-h t ! :i in Tint OrTi.noK must be known to tlie editor ti insure insertion therefore, i-'jjn your real name to v hat you w i itc for us, eUe your -oiitmuiii-:r,ion will not In; jrintitl. V will no! nub'i-ii the writer', name lu...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 4 June 1896

r r vr 5 1 BetweeN 1 SWORN Hppt.t.Mft, Jn.l.".overusieople , Oi'TIaioi. .rt'clr'iiliiU'l;ev.,rHKl,lo S' wwrkly. Kt'llorK tiwi bouuhl i, lu: Thai M,tl7 coplrs lunwi were circulated during M wrk US; Mtrxr, 3 IJWt l 1411 mill.-, a.t-klr. C iii wiriiy. jsouitni tuauy Dior iih ,4 V0L. XYII. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1896. NUMBER 47. IfiiiniMtii ft rtrtf n I I. 6 S i t i - R ,v' ) ' i n Brother is headquarter for Hi paper. ." Best Calient- lie . iiillpatri. k'i. at Goodpaster Go to J. M. Brother for good and cheap wall paper. S Spools Clark's O. N. T. 10c at Goodpaster &. Killpatrick's. Born, May 28th, to Mr. and Mr. Jamea K. Emmonn, a daughter. Remember, you get 10 per cent, off on all cash eales. Mbs. D. S. Estill. The first Bath Co. Teachcra' ex amination for thii year will be held here Friday and Saturday. CHr millinery is cheap and styl not be undersold by any Mas. D. S. Ectill. ) . s. Sh rout has on band the largest stock of Furniture, Caskets, Coffins and Burial ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 4 June 1896

- - - ' f - . I J ( ' 1 ." i -v.. i -. - . r i - owlnQSMille outlook. O. 8. ESTILU Publisher. OWIXOVILLE. : KKXTUiKY. 1 THE RUIN IS A SHRINE. (Ody a ruined eettmc. a crumbled wall end : a roe- ' A row which wildly riot, untouched, un it tilled, untrlnimil. Remain of an old-time gar J. n where -t I the violet Mown. With hundred half wild Mossome br a hedge of hawthorn iimme.1. knoe where the bat are clinging the eoiy flrcinave arluwed. I With ruddy RaKhlichta a-learnlnc on oU I In and on floor: Und the aweet manertc rurrenta ef Br I br the alala of 111: From her fond eye to her lover aa he en k tered through the door. here waa an earth-heaven holy, St ahrlue for an angel fair. Whose aoul waa a aotleea Illy untouched tiv tliestaln of III: UK that waa a coay corner unreached by L the cold world' care. Where the wild bird paused enraptured to UM to a maiuen iron. k ITIther came ha at evening when the ahad I owe faded alow. F Hare did they love and linger In the arented air and huh: are ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 4 June 1896

r V- t t w -- r t .-1 : 1 ' ' s i ' -. 'sf "-.. A CfllllTK. Worst Cyclone in the His tory of the Country. St. Louis and East St. Louis Bad ly Torn by the Winds. Over Three Thousand Houses Dam aged and Wrecked in St. Louis. The List of Dead in Botli Cities Num bers Nearly Four Hundred. The iiraat Carta llrMc Madly l.a.e" UhoaU aa Thivr at Work Maa arra r K.-lb-f for In KaWrrm lMaacaralr4 Many Mfftm rn vVrvraaaU St. Ixu'Ih, May 2s. FifU-on hundred mon, woiiMn ant rliililrvn of thia city wore kilhst r Kully injtirrMl by a cy eliino rlii'lay evening?. IVn mil liun dollars. worth of r.irtv has been destroyed, and the desolation now prevailing words can not portray. Kast St. Louis is a ma of ruins. Soma of the finest business blocks in the world have born literally taken front the face of the earth. Tht eleetrie lilit service is gone, the teleplume system destroyed, and for hour there was practically no commu nication with the outside world. The main streets are umler water, the hewers ch...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 4 June 1896

r 4 v : S A f : Owingsviiie Outlook. I. K. KMTII.L. l'l IH.IHIKlt. OWIXUSVILLK. KY. SUBSCRIPTUN. I YEAR IN ADVANCE. TIIIJKSDAY. Jl'XK 4, lsnfi. ANKOUNCCMENTS. For Circuit Judeo. Judc It. F. I) i, f Mt. Sterling, is a candidate for ibe Dcnnx-ralie nomination Tor Circuit Judge in tho Twenty-first Judicial district, composed of the connties of Hath, Menifee, Montgomery Mild Rowan. Judge C. W. CoiKlpnster, .f Ow ingiivillc, is m candidate for the Democratic nominal in for ( 'irci'it Judge iu the Twcnty-Crst Judicial ditri-t, composed of the counties of Unlit, Meiifee, Montgomery and Hon an. M. S. Tyler, of Mt. Stirling, U a candidate for the Democratic nom inution for Circuit Jud;;o in this (tlic Slot) Judicial district. For Jailer. We are authorized t announce Samuel T. Jones, of White Oak, a candidate for the Democrat ic nom ination for Jailer of Bath county. Election, November, 1807. John Jackson, of Preston, is a candidate for the Democratic nom ination for Jailer of Hath Co. Calie ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 11 June 1896

f flftrrf 1 - IsWOKN'' " I I RPTUf je rVpt. a. K. jan.l.,M.averVM4roil'a 41 Oi'TUuok eivrirraltI;vrrcr,l.::m C wwkljr. KvihifiK know. ImikiI J IJMIto IJUrauli-m vwkly. f to: That MI7 eoplva Oiitimi war rlrriilnlnl ilurlna wrkt "96; arrraa;?. I J7T wm-kly. Bought aiauy uurit tuas that of KelluRg. 3 4 VOL. XVII. OWINGSVILLE, KENT! tfKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1896. NUMBER 48. tv 1 11 u u 11 li 11 11 11 5 A . ? y - . . - i - r ' i; . i - 4 .V - J. M. Brother is headquarters for wall paper. Bt C'aliooos 5e h Killpatrirk's. at Good palter Go to J. M. Brother for giwd and cheap wall paper. 8 Spool Clark's O. N. T. 10c at Goodpaster Killpatriek's. Geo. A. Teed bought of B. F. Shrout, on Upper l'rickly Af-h, a crop of tobacco at 3 J cents. Born, Saturday, June 6th, to id Mrs. James T. Carter, ol Prickly Ash, a daughter. Ji. Talim ole horse owned by M.L. Dorgett,of near Reynoldsville, died of botts last Saturday night. All poods in the millinery depart ment at greatlr reduei-d prices. Mas. I). S...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 11 June 1896

v , 4" I J 1 j f f t Ik I I i A i A" t S : : V - - . v v:-r a.- 2- Qwlngsvliie Outlook. D. a. ESTILL, PuelUher. OWINGSVILLE. : : KENTUCKY. THE BELL THAT CALLED ME. fa bell tht used to call ma horn, te- Mtht 1 hear Its on. Ami what mat mem'rte trooping coma to lauh I ha way alone. Am on I fare ail eagerly, with hungry heart and brain. I find myself on Selim'a back Jocclna down lb lane. The bell that used to call mo home, I loved to hear Its voice; Of all ml boyhood musk-, that bell's tune was my choice. To-night there's sadness mingled with Its swinging melody. It tells of loves and hopes and Joys that e'er may eomo to me. Th bell that need lo call me home. I strtv to ratrh Its call; I P the tree where hangs the swing and r1e mulberries fall. What happiness to turn again th last round" of a dream. And meet wee Um'ly at th bars when I unhook the team. Tho boll that rails ma home when I am done with earthly care Shall sing a farm house, olden, and a sway Ins rockine-chalr; Shall sing o...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 11 June 1896

4- 7 a I . - . aT r- - e- s. . nsBsssi : '-.n a-' '.'. 4 s , KENTUCKY DELEGATES Instructed to Support Senator Biackbum for President do Imw Hlarfcbwra, Jon a H. Rhea. P. Wat Harstla mm M. 1. Kills Klertrel lissle. SBtfe-et-Lstra; AllmwlM. Hallaaa, Carrall, Kutbarrll mm hf-lsoa. . wni.T'wjti 4. Wbdnesdav was the for thr Krnvurkv democrarv. litM4tT snornina- U waa ecinredrd na all a that W rdnesdav'a denser-re le state eoe , tioa would dec lar for the free and on i mltd rotnace of gtitd and allver at the ratio ot 1 lo I. that II would Indorse Senator Bla. li ' em aa Un demnrratie nominee for t'nileil Stairs srnalor. that ft Bowls anmlBata aim tar president and ask that la demorrary of tar eoautrjr auponrt hint, and that tt would condemn tho -prvsr-nt uiioul admralstrat tina. It rma drflnitrly Battled Tuesday Bipnt that -ti Nrulw (Karl-re J. llronatnn. of lrxim Boa, ttw to Be temporary rhiirnin and Hoa theries K. Wheeler, of 1'a.lu.ah. hatrman. Tho alate for dcirs-at, a from the auto a...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 11 June 1896

.--. V N -ty. Jw -i- . .HI - a a-; Ovingsvi!le Outlook. II u '!.T.. I.! Ml Lit, CV.'IXGSViLLK, KY. SyBstntPrn.-, u year m advance. t:;i:ks;ay. jink u. it-w. For Circuit ji:dj. Jttdjir B. F. I:y, .f Mi. St, ;!iiVr. id a cunilidale lor the I'l-i'i -. -rai:--nomination for Circuit .la.lr in the Twenty-first Judi-ia! elistriel, Conpo; f tlie comities 'f 2 1 :1th. Menifee. Montgomery und Rowan. Jtieijie C. V. Goodpastcr, of Ow i:i"ti'le. is a eaitelii'itte f.r C Deir.neiaiie riomtnation f r Circuit l J':d::o in tin- Twenty. lin-i Judicial district, compose! of the i iii'iii nt Rath, Moi.Uco, Montgomery and KoWalt. ?.!. S. '1'rh'f. of lt. Strrlin, if a ounilidr.t" for llw Di nio.-rnJir iioiu i in t i iii for iri-tnt .liid.ri- in thif (tin- !!) .li:Ji.-i:il uitii-t. For J.Tile;-. uro aiittiori.id to Vi' HaiHv annotiiitt' I T. otH-P, of hi:o .:ik, a raudidatr f-.r the Hi'irncratii notn Inr.li n for JaiU r of lUth county, Eleotioti, Nov :i: IS!,'V. John Ja k-"i, of -a:!uidat' f"r tin- ! innt...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 18 June 1896

RPTUPPN 11100 8ope. . KS, Jan. I.iw.i.ver . o.h'- C Ovtlahk m ere elivulHt.'il ; a pm ur. I .! $ tot That SMlT coptes nvttnntf Wfl" elrrulated dutlngittwerks'wi;average, i 1.277 werkly. Huught many atore Ibaa a J weekly. Kelliitfg kno. v bought J I.XJM t Mil copies awkly. J that of Hello t5r5v u lie oi.t- t3T C J -i V? f XVII. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THUHSDAY, JUNE 18, 1890. NUMBER 40. v a 4 t to fl.25, t. M. Urother in heau'iuarter for wall paper. Bet Calicoes 6c Kitlpatrfek'e. at Goodpaster Go to J. M. Brother for good and heap wall paper. a O. N. T. 10c at . .uced from ti i tl to IS. ioodpaster 4 Killpstrick'c -,5 D. M. Hurst bought Wm. Arras- tnith's tobacco, on East Fork, at 4 cents. f Wallace Barnes is .Tainting outside (brick-workf of the Court I house. Elder Porter will preach at the Preston-pike bridge over Slate next Sunday at 3 o'clock. The Mormon Elders will preach attlate bri-iffo on Sunday, June 28th, morning and afternoon. All goods in the millinery depart ment at grea...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 18 June 1896

r t 'Sr.- r .';.;... - ' . . . r .; - - f i owlngsvllle outlook. ft ft. ESTILL Publisher. OWINOSVILI.E, KENTUCKY. CURRENT TOPICS. A rostBiXATiov of powder nianufac tarers has hccn formed. Ki.ackmokr offered "I-orn IVs.nc to 19 publirdirrs before lie disptssed of it. Miss Root Kt ir inirrif Ci.v.vK.i.Axn ha been for some time living in Summers ille, N. C. THrar are two violet farms in the I'nited States both managed entirely by wtmien. Two men in Galesville, Win., were ar rested recently fr s-'Iing halt to fa-m-en fur nugar. It is considered a heinous offense to ride a ej-rle anywhtre near the city of Constantinople. Will .last it. Sixorri t has jnst given 90,000 to the JcftVrs tt. Medical hospital, of Philadelphia. Thkmk i growing demand in Vr many for American Hutch Miitz," or sun-cnrrd sliced apples. Iowa's population includes IRI.JIT tieraian and 33,(100 Irish immigrants. llV.Xc Negroes and KM Indians. Thk cyclone whtci went through Sajre eounty, M o . left one apple tree out of ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 18 June 1896

( 3" r v . .1 v , aa J- - la ... v , '. I :. 1 - .f. - ., . .. . ' ' " .. . " : - a '.', a Tat ... . . ... i , a - . I ' - . a Owlngsvllle Outlook. ft ft. EST1LU Publisher. JWINGSVILLE, s : KENTUCKY. THE PASSING OF THE HORSE. H! hot" h. am arid mount I, la aaka, "The paanlnt of the hurtte!" Within my Iteeaat ft tornu to strike aV. wC that twata reraorae. Ka alW frame af limited xtfol With han ll Iwra and rubber tiros, fan eiaixl IwKlile the atrnit apical, , Jt llir.il-l.iit- Ufa ami elmus tli-alrra. 1 Rmooth bt hortaVa aharf'y nerk; lila iio-itrlla anltT the piny air; K n-arl from far Tlmami'p-c -' "natch hia lwau-.y. aiandlne- l her! Joy to atrokehl kindly heait; I And thua a follow lea mo to frW . Jl not4e breathing quadruped la mora than tube and aproc-ket wheeL IX other pralae the il. nt ateed." That alM along; the 'll-rll dcrounda: Iv hvari mill yearna wlih hn in : err. l :or sounding hoofs, and rhythmic Doutida. Oaortre A. Marltean. in N. Y. Sun. HEART OF TBE WORLD. BY H- RIDE...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 18 June 1896

-' I I u - - r t i ; ---v. i - . - r - A " - , - . t, ... -i - ,' ."'' - .-."..k , I . lUUiVft III I Owingsville Outlook. I. H. FHTH.l.. Pl-BI.IHIIItH. CW'IXGSVILLK. - KY. tJeStrtlPrUKI, (I YEAR iN ADVANCE. Till'KSlJAY. Jl'NK IS, lSiMi. AVe iavr lout so much by unpaid announcements of candidal' for olitinl nominations and iiflit'is that we have made an invariable Tule lu require thceafh in advance for all Fui h announcement inserted in The Oi n.txK. The identity of all writer of communication for publication in The Oi noon must b know n to the editor t iusure insertion: "therefore, siti your real name to uliat you write for u, cltse your communication will not lie printed. We mill not pttUii.li the writer's name unless by hi nitiwnt. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Circuit Judge. Judge IV F. Hay, of Mt, Sterling, in a candidate fr the Democratic nomination fur Circuit Jud$rc in the Twcnty-first Judicial district. composed of the counties of Hath, Menifee, Moutponiery and Koaan Judge C. W. Good p...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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