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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 25 June 1896

- I 1 ;fr -'. . . ik .- j . ' r. thr jieriod b I one has on the ( j Y" "u ript'.on "Andi ' . ' D. 1829,' .' - " . . all aprnged an 'I --or. Jt. 4C iSender muet mean what he or he would not makcthe broad 'statement: where he causes pain in an j operation he make no charge. Read hie ad. Call on Bollie Green for a bar fain, at the Great Sara pi o Shoe House, No. 4 W. Main St., while visiting the Chautauqua at Lex ington. 60-2 Broom akd Wagons. bee T. S. Shrout's new Bucffiea, Surrey and Wagons, if in need of 6uch ve hicle. He will sell cheap for - rath, or will trade for-a mule, horse, or old buggy. Examine and cave yourself money. Thz Sick. Charles Horseman is not Improving in Lis sickness. Ccyle, of Washington Branch- t'lno tD notM ae written5 'S? 10 fitieal condition, very Cinger "A indeed, with a complication Vr diseases. DErHmTi?V.Ben,', comes to us highly reeomM-na.'d painless dentist and ihoroT&La0' man in ail the branches of his pro fession. He extracts, litis and wnt teeth...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 25 June 1896

I - . J L. ... ;'d . ' t i t I :.'.Y JfL.. liJ tJ. . ' -. . Vnii refused Vj Vjial she might palmed Ji t. be oitgti Sr-Aut hit war. hia ay, for Iheir ease was S f5to, oil the aiter- ulin ku Lek1wd not Mat tai, my . father, found a plan whereby they .,T, could be saved and I remain the wifedf - the eaotoue. " .- Thia was the plan,' lords, that n prophecy should be art in the xrmbol of . the Heart yonder such aa would deceive the Council of the Heart and bring it - about that 'May should be give in , narriage le the white man whom aha loved. Lords,- this was done. At the dead of night they crept to the mnctn- mry, mmi opening the Heart, placed with in it that tablet which you have seen, - the tablet that foreshadowed (he birth of a deliverer. . The rest you know." tt is false," cried many voices. "Sect aaorileire ia not possible,1 . ll is not false, " answered Kahua, "sad 1 will prove to yen that the aacri ' legs was possible. The Heart was opened and the false prophecy forged by ay fa...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 25 June 1896

3 f f V - -r. 1 J. V -. -: " . i EY Nominee . (ent of tho United States. Garrett A. Hobart, of New Jer sey, for Vice President. When the, Sound Moncu Qau.sc of the Plationn Was Read Some of the Silver Men IZntercd Their IVutcst an J Left thi Hall. A th Kollers MN On I the IUnl ririMw- Air mm A tbr AMenlt-l lkt hm - Th frail rial fort Adopt b mm rr hrlwitng COKTrwriOP UAI.Lf-T. t.n i. Juu 17 The vcrublk-mnnatioii&l convention was. ratted to mtr ty chairman Carter at I?. I. Tu aduy ttalt4 Salon InvokiM the divine lloMnp un th aMMnt4atf. the audit-tic Man.lifif The rabhi oicm ua weak and hi invocation was .naiM.lt.. racrpt to IHom ut lua m.iurdlal loutty. w. v. Ktr r:v. r'- 1 il U RC I airb.nii- , SVat.-V 1. ssss.au a tor tfmnini , L:rp.r Suther. Uad Ne York nioved Ih.l tne recomtnen wWtioa to appror.il It waa adopted wlta chews. At tke emrlusloa of Mr. Fslrbanlts' speech Mr. Carter propoaed the appointments of are retary. aMtntunt secretaries, aergeants-au arm. affinal atrwiff rap...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 25 June 1896

t t r L : v V w - I 4 k y - - t -. - . . v i . y ;r-L ; - f jw.. i'!:t;.vl at i'h.e.., ; aa t if 1 '. . . 'i .i: t-. A Ktvut tiro- wan i:.u- i lii'lLd. i,llr-UUi" i.p..i"t .1- ii'V ':.;;; !! f!.i- -Aly ;.v,:u, i,e le.e , .ve. ,.. v. ,!. j, h ,.,,, t.r fl,r ;l , cvinijsv:!.: : V mo h;;!iinri.. d t. f-r.'.oiini'r Sainii. I I'. Jciii ?. f V. T.;u i;aW. n csiHliitr.tr f.r t tie IK'in.ifrntir roiu in.nio.i for ,'nil. r f (Nt!i I'liu'y. Klt'cti n, Nov..;;,!. r, lS'.iT. J"im Jaokf r, t f V't - Mm, ii r csiiUiJit.- f.ir tU' !)i'!.:iiiirt:i' n..m ini'.ti..u for Ji:li r of ll;it!i t'o. ripdiilate fi r thi In n-.t.-rnt;.' noniiiialinn for jaili-r of I' a'i . y. Irw.yK tint Ill-.r( n tli. long loi-t C'In:!:c Kofs. Ii'.iir'v IVt. IIoskkt and rt.icctulic." nl.i.'.i siioe Jlc'IinKy i.p. "Kmi.'st imj Cnjv.Mi'," i . ' at tho :r,t:nn !. . v. I k ill! Ul.ll! I I. I linr'l. i.v.C, (irllUui : d.T. i!i:it is Vi'V I'ici tiaciaiion it ti.e ui :tcr The g 'Ui to ii ir.:tiui!iili'. t. 'l I'u ri!v. r lum lii.i...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 2 July 1896

Iff' I - -4. J ( I RPTUPPN SWORN I "I to: That H,ilT copies Outlook were c elrriilatml durinaN,ic.,wka'M;averag", V J I.T7 weekly. Bought many mure tbaa J; rWpt.t.la. Jan. I. "lis, over sn.WM copies 2 Oitiamhc wwvrltvulHld;avtraK,IJU v !'. Kt'lloRK know we buuKht thnl uf Kt-lloag. r 2 VOL. Wil. 0WIXCS VILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1890. NUMBER 51. (ill itiu V" II II II II II II II II II II II II II S r- I t i r r X . V . a .f ; ' Y. Fj'-.d i;r. Bender's largo ad. J. K.r. titer is headquarters for V.i paper. Go to J. M. Brother for good and cheap wall paper. ' John M. Doyle, of Salt Lick pre. ciact, has had an increaso of pen slon. T. H. Brown has added a veranda and is renaintinz his tenant house on Slate Avenue. Elder B. K. Parker will preach at the Preston pike bridge at 3 o'clock p. in., next Sunday. Georze B. Donaldson, of Rey noldsville, had a fine 4 -year-old mule to die last week. E. Q. Wells' daughter. Miss Ollie, 1 was bitten bv a snake while rath Wring blackberries Sh...

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

yr ' - J f '- 1 1 0 t - j i . - . - .. . 4 I l 6 n Owlnflsvllle OutlooR. & B, ESTIIX, FuMUtaer. OWIKGSVILLK, i i KEXT0CKT. CURRENT TOPICS. Vtrtimv.n in lirccnliiu.l larrer than marble. never prow The private estate ol the czar cover 1,000.000 square miles, Ei.FriiAMa arr fond of tin, but will Bot tinu'li champajrne. CaKmvn Mi.va, the qucca iitliim neada. has rcon-crrd Mr lien I Hi. Tmk t'oniiucrcial-lU'ra Id claims a pop ulation f for Yicksburir, Mi. In France, whn a railroad train l more than ten minutes lato. the com pany is fined. NIaixik CodTra, of McKcesport. found SiOO sewed ia her dead prand i other a jrown. A aol.ll) chunk of lead ore weighing pounds turned op in a Joplin tl(.) mine lately. To Km apk arrest at IHttshiirirh. Miss Mry-Murray jumped into the river nd was drow ned. A Mksinu exhibition la Winjf held in toadon. It is of the appliances n&ed kr hospital norx-a. A IIam.vkk. X. II., nan reivived a raper the other day that a mailed lm SI yean. ago. A Xf. Yonk i...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 2 July 1896

aSBamaWSBSf . . i t I ' i a f i r I . ' 1 r i i ..a.-.'.f . : asM-wted v -"5 'I w ' Togo HE rhurrh betls are merrily la tid ing y At la first red fluib of th. morn. And cannon ore rlaahlnc aacl hanclnc. ,rH prala the ear-aiiliitiiia horn: ...r flnata th banner ot glory a'trs lla brtcht mr adorn all o the day tell Hi atory ea a na.ttoa to freedom bora' A.).: W All day. through tha heat, eound the iratnn. tramp of ftl Tia th rampant small boy. In a frvnay of joy, Ovrr crackers a--rark inar. And th anappy nack-'harklnir f lalola. ror)oloca, and such Ah, f.tr Mm ih.-rr la never loo much I No pi, sure ran thrill hliu. niualc can lit! him With rapture an sweet Aa lha popping of povraer (No aofter. now louderl. And the ruh--dud lieat Of the drum, and the Ufa Ulli rli a. raun of the fife. fV niaht. alth her mantle of peaea, , At la at ahutteth ailenlly down Over country and villas ant town; For awhile In the air The hrtaht, aky-rcndlna fiara tf the rocket, the aheea Of the candle' tumilltii...

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

V A H ) 4 2 i A I - : 1 a, V " : '-' r , , i j ' v. OwingsviHe Outlook. IV. H. KfTll.t-. l'l Ill.lMIEK. OWING SVILLK. KY. SUBSCRIPTION, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. THURSDAY. JULY 2, If-'JC. We have loft tui uuit li 1 unptiiil tnnminrcmcnliior candidates fur jvditicnl nomination and olliees that f have niade nn invi.riiiliV rule to require tliecuxh in advaiM-i-for all f ueh nouueemeiils inserted in Tim Oltlhoh.. The identity of nil writers of communication for puhlienti.in in Tiik Orn-ooK must he known to "TrflT editor to insure insertion: therefor, MRn your real name to what you write for U6, else your eotntnunieatinn will not le printed. We will not pnMish tho writer's name unless by hit consent. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Circuit Judge. Judge 15. F. Day, of !t. Sterling, is a candidate for the l)emoer:itie nomination for Circuit Judge in tTvwpntj--f.r?t Judicial district, coiiiivosvJ of the counties of Itath, Menifee, Ion!C!iiery and Rowan. Judge t. W. Goodpaster, of Ow ingsviHe, in a candidate f...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 9 July 1896

1p 1 ' ' fllf lflf f WWWPWWWVWWW Wssjejeswas: Wy 5 SWORN c c i & ii vvii ri H.pt. 6. ", J.n. I,1,mfr W.vi eoplf , Oitiaiok rrdivulatt-d;avtraK,l.ilO J1 rkly. KHIogg know, me bought J IJD to copi-a wwkly. C r mi to: That ,U7 copies Outlook wer J rlrruluted during Bnkite;nng. LCTwrrkly. Bought may nor than X thai lit Kt-lloK. X Y V VOL. XVII. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 189G. NUMBER 52. J. M. Brother is headquarters for wall paper. Go to J. M. Ilrothcr for good and cheap wall paper. There will be no services at Gilead Church next Sunday. The booth privileges for the G. A. R, at Salt Liek, will be let on Saturday, July 25th. Dr. E. P. Bender has arrived and can be found at the Owings House until July 11th, inclusive. A pair of bagpipers divided in terest with the well-drilling for a brief period last Thursday. Bora, July 1st, to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Carter, west of town, a son, Clarence Miller, their first born. Have Dr. Bender extract those bad teeth and roots w ithout...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 9 July 1896

Owlnosvllie Outlook. & ft. ESTILL. Fufcllbr. OWINGSVILLB, i i KENTUCKY. 4 JULY 1896. Mm. Tut. Wad. Thur. Fri. 12 3 6 7 8 9 lo 20 21 22 23 24 27 28 29 30 TT n J 19 $26 CURRENT TOPICS. "Ml;v Jons HaKtlfc is the first woman (irison inspector in Ontario. A max catches mole in Fldoradc (kas.l lawns at .'." cents x-r mole. IH M tuiiiol K. ff Webb City. Mo., blew his In a J off w ith a stick of plant o wrier. I r is estimated that there are lfl.noc Vhinrsc living in New York ami adja cent place. It is inniwntTd from !or11anil. Mf., that Speaker Reed w ill accept a rcnom (nation fr congress. l.lkfc a (Treat many other nieo of den tiny, Istth McKinley and Hotiart ta-gau life a school -teacher. Rm.jikii, who t.ncd for M."..oo for making an actress out of Mrs. Carter, baa been awarded SKi.OiKt. Wm. U. pHF.i r. president of the Har vard Society of Natural History, has left for Venezula on a acientitic expedi tion. . Mas. I'ltsscs & Grant's health in to much impaired that alie has In-en ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 9 July 1896

r.LAXI) CAUCUS. Delegate and Alternate Hold a Meet ing at the Sherman House. FMI Tknnpwta hara Htarkherw Is Galalng latsj Hwri-lt hi Mrrsaad Thai saw alar Itarrla will It 1'nawwnl C'halraaaa wf lha (aaraattow. 111. ai.o, July 6. The first prncrnl caucus of delegates ami alternates favorable to the eamliilacr of lr. Wand Kb liel.l In the clnli r..m of I lie Hicrtiiaii house Snmlay afternoon ami after u-Mtitm ImnIiii mii hour inula half, adjourned to meet ayaiii at tt'U 'lock. aVl'tw.. " 'mi CONTKOl im OF TIIK 11 BRUIT Ft'KF.IA The ot'ji'ct of the Itiand niaiiairers aatilo pet actiainted with the ilcle trste from other Mate, than Missouri and lo hcc;iii the ork ol formulating the convention plan of pnievdurr, rather than to nmke a full ti'st tif Bland's strength. Twelve states responded to the roll rail ami HHi ile'iejrstes instructed for the Missourian were present, l-'rom the fipures Mnt to the M-eretary 'J.'o un conditional vote were put down as a certainty on the first lallot. Mos...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 9 July 1896

Owingsvilie Outlook. I. K. KSTll.I.. rriu.iMiCK. OWINGSV1LLK. - - KY. SUESIRIPTIOH. $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. THURSDAY. 4 I LY P, lSl-fi. We liavo lost ix uiut-h l'V unpaid announcements f i'HiulidaU-8 for political nominations und ullW that we have inado an invunalile rule to require the rush iu advance for all such announcements inserted in The OnxitoK. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Circuit Judge. Judge B. F. Day, of Mt. Sterling, is a candidate- for the Democratic nomination fur Circuit Judiie in tile Twenty-first Judicial district. rontiMteed of the counties of Hath, Menifee, Montgomery and Uowan. Jude C. W. Goodpaster. of Ow ingsvilie, ii a candidate for the Democratic ninninatioii for Circuit Judge in the Twenty first Judicial district, composed of the counties of Iiath, Mt iiifce, Montgomery and Kowan. M. S. Tyler, of Mt. Sterling, ia a candidate for the Democratic nom ination for Circuit Jiuliie. in this (the 21st) Judicial district. For Jailer. Wf are authorized to announce Samuel T. Jones,...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 16 July 1896

mimiM lit 5 DOTliIOOM 3 iv. i n v.v-11 3 SWORN 5 ftrpt.k,t,A Jan.l.M,Trr.WUmpl 5 Ortxoo mererlrculM.avrrfiiie.l.siii i to: That M17 eonie Ovtuiok wr 1.77 wwk ly. Bouptht many morv than ttmt uf Kolluci;. J M-kly. K-IIvk k.iH w bought 3 ltwto MMcople w.vkljr. VOL. XVIII. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1896. NUMBER 1. 0r jO 1014 2aK. 4 J. M. Brother is headquarters for W Go to J. M. Brother for good and " chp wall paper. W. F. Mark baa moved farm, on Flat Creek. to the Read the change In the ton Enrflsh Kitchen ad. Lexing on tkia The Octlook entora upon ita 18th year with this Issue. Take a peep at Slwer'a ad. Fpo riat bargains to be had there. On Tuijsilay evening the woll drillors had reached a depth of 370 feet. George Jackson sold a sow and nine eh oats to Buck Stone for f 25, londaj. J. M. Richart bought the tobaceo crop of Jo C. Carpontery of Well, at i,o. f " Jo.Turler, of Mt. Sterling.bought a ear-load of hops here Monday of J. M. Richart at So. Born, Saturday, July ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 16 July 1896

WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Nominated lor President oi Hie United States Du tlie Democratic Convention. Arthur Sewall, of Maine, for the Vice Ncarlu All the Gold DclCiMtcs Rclikscd to Like I'.irt in tin: Bcilloiing lor the Gandkldtcs. Darlae the Fifth Ballot for President Mr. Bl and Withdrew In Over oT Mr. Bi'fUit and the Stampede Commenced l.r (b. "Poji'i-ftlur" The Platforsw i for I'rr. t'.iiaso oT Silver at the Ratio of IS ta I. Cowvrstu. IIai.Is Chicago, ..niy Al I ni the romrtitHtn was called loor Jcr by Mr luiriiv. of IVnnsyK -ma. ra.itr ansa otitic i. iiHN-ratu' national i-uwn.tviie. vhtifki1.! Ihal Ml prc.-nl t-liatittt arise and eland atiili- prav.r wa- i: r. ,1 Uv 1;P(. truest Stires. rector of i.ro ..praroiul I kurrh. Cbtcat-a. irs M Beaatoi. joiix w. DAVin.. Virginia. Temporary Chairman. t TTieo. Chatrrnaa aHarrftr. to slow. t?hbrat? too?. Mid: iicntlDrB f tbe convent iou M direction of tbe domo-raiir national coimn..iet- I il trr i to report the following a the (-ti.or&r...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 16 July 1896

3 i . ' I I I- 5.v 4 . ' " ' i - . . . .- ' Ss""""", 1 - . i a "V aaatTaTaTaaaw Oivlnosvllle OotlooK. D. ft. r.STlLU Publisher. OWIXOSVIIXE. : KKXTUOKY. the Little maid of three. rt-vr was tittle maid of three la cunning liood and ptnsfore; Hit wr) wlxh aa law to me. And I waa full six feet and mora. And alwaya on a aunny dsy Aa down the cardon pains we at rayed, A. tlnjr lass would oiiil the ay Sai wished to (o, and 1 olieyeit. And when Sometime the little feet 1 of walking iy my Hide, raised loTnlne the lu-ow-a eyea sweet And sought my shoulder for a ride. Then, softly, while me psvsed along The pathwsys where the rosea srr-, rhs chorused with her "aleeitj- sung-" The sweetest cradle aonR I knew. Ona day my laaele rame to ma Atai l-v my aide In heawy stood "The dalnly little maid of three. 'Hawn into lrtnii womanhood. The yearn ahe Ityed, no tuitclit thrjrw-ere! They brought no atain, nor sense of wroni And all the wont we Mke to her Vere aweet enough to weave In song-. Ona niitht...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 16 July 1896

3 A i r Li ' "" owlnosvllle OotlooK. D. 8, ESTILL, Publisher. OWINOSVILLE. j : KKXTCCKY. THE LITTLE MAID OF THREE. XY;r was a little maid of three la cunning hood and ptnafore; Hit every wlnh was law to me. And I was hill all feet and mora. And always on a sunny day Aa down the garden pat ha w.- strayed, A tiny Us would ini ttie way wlnhrd la go, and 1 olieyed. And wtin nornetlm the little feet J of walking by my laldo. raised tomin the brown eyes sweet And sought mr ahouldrr for a tide. Then, softly, while we ps-viaed along The pathway where the ronca area. fha chtaruiaed with her 'aleei-y ong" The aweeieat cradle Bone 1 knew. On a day my lamle rame to me And ttv tny aide In beauty stood Th dainty little maid of three, Hwn Into Klorlouit womanhood. The year ehe lived, tao l.iiuM thf were! Tliey brought no ataln, nor sens of w-rong And all the word we ike to her Went aweet enough to weave In aorta;. One night 1 kuwed the tender eyea And whispered: " Sweet, frood Bight to hee:" At mo...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 16 July 1896

Owinosville Ouiiock. I . .-4. KHI1I.!.. I'i la isiiKK, OWINrtSVILLK. - - KY. SUSSCRIPlKW, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. rm i.V!AY. JUf.Y 1", ISM. MniJLHwUi..ull i o. r"or Circuit Judt,o. J! 1?. F. !y, f Mt. Stoilin;;, i a ot iiilid.it for the IVmivratio lintiiinoiioii for Oirruit Jud;;e in ihn Twtiitt"-firtt Judicial district, oontjxtneil of the counti! -f lia'li, Blcnift:', Montg-ouory and Kuwao. Judrro C. W. Goounastrr. of Cw ingvi!lc, ii a r.ni-iid::to for the l).'i:iiK-ratn- nor.;i.i V.:u f r Circuit JuJ.n in tho Twenty-firrt Judicial distrirt, ctmv.seJ f t!iJ muii!:i' of T.ulh, Mcnift-o, Montotniry uud Kiwati. M. S. TyUr, of Mt. Stirling, ia a candidate for tho Democratic nom ination fur Circuit Judgo in tl.i (the 21st) Judicial district. For Jailor. Wo urn authorised to announce Samuel T. Jon s, of White Oak, a cun.lidata for tho l)emoTuti; nom ination for Juilcr of liuth c.iunty. Eloction, November, 1807. John Jackson, of Frrstnn, is a candidate for the Democratic nom ination fur JuiL'...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 July 1896

) 7 I SWORN I ? to: That M.117 copies Outlook were J circulated during wvck1i;avera:te, V j I.JTT weekly. Bought many more tbaa J, llml of Krlloug. f - .1--.- te BeTweeN i eVpt. V t, Jxn. l.1M.viT.WIsi l.n .i OrTLooK werer-lrrMlNt"d:arril'V.I.:tll V IJT3S to I.3HI optes ,, V ly. 4 f v - ' VOL. XVIII. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1890. NUMBER 3. itnk. BP mi V3 23 56 I 4 t i . V . e U t . i A , H I Vj i m J. M. Brother it headquarters for vail paper. The Sharpsburg Fair commenced Wednesday. Go to J. M. lirother for good and cheap wall paper. Wm. II. IWitt, of Sherburne, the well-known carpenter, hat been granted a Federal pension. Wanted, at my farm on Flat Cheek. 20 or 25 head of cattle to grate. Willis G. Moo sc. Will E. Estill, representing the Central tohacco warehouse, Louis- Tille, hat our thanks for an elegant match safe. Elder G. W. Porter will preach at the Preston pike Slate bridge next Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. J. W. Corbin, of Buftrsttc, Mo, a Bath Co....

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 July 1896

2 owlnosvliiG Outlook. D. 8, ESTILL, I'ubll.her. OWIXGSVILLE. I KKNTUCKT A CASTLE IN SPAIN. Onoe I built me a castle In S-peln, A wonderful castle fair and hlrh. Afar from tba haunts of rare and pala. For I hung Ita raftera In the sky. "And here," I said. "I will take my ease; I am tired of thosa who cry to me; Amid all these meaaureleas slleiK-es. How calm and quiet my rest shall Ita. I sat me down with none to molest; Tha (treat world alnned and sorrowed be low; Far out of the reach of Its wild unrest How tha peaceful days might coma and But lo. In my heart dark clouds arose. The skies were full of the summer sun. Si 111 at murnlrur I lomted for day to close, And at evening wished the night were done. "And oh." I aaid. "for a heart to cheer, A stranger to break my bread with met" And Ilia silence answered, heavy and drear; "Nay, take thin ease, none ralletfc for thee." My beautiful castle la fair and high. It floats and awlngs la limitless eiaoe: nut down where the weary and sorro...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 July 1896

t y ' 1 i t ' 1 J 1 4 ,11 r - - . t . '-ir .-tV P -a. m I v. 1 ' Owinosvillc Outlook. D a. ESTILL, Publl.ber OWINGjA'ILLE. KENTUCKY. CURRENT TOPICS. Sami v:i. Mintikx l'n k. the Alabama fwx-t. is ritliu; lUrou'h r'um'te ou a bi-rvclt-. M. II ii novo, the UnsKiau miiiUter to Japan, died Mi.l.l.-iil v at St. IVlrraliirr rt'ivntlv. Ci Ki n Mipar iwi in valued at $10, MO.OtHl thik year, against S xi.mm.iKK' tat year. fJTp--National Christian Kiul. avor eonveutiou of 1VS will tie held in Nashville. Win x eultinn new and hot bread use I warm knife, and lie sure it is well tliurjtened. Mail from Uatuvia to New York will be delivered iu 41 duvs from the date af mailing. iikx making lemonade try tlieeff.i t tf alliii the juice of ait orange ami a little irra.ed uiitiut'ir. Tiik tiuie reH.retl for a New York letter to reaeh letland an.l 1k tleliv-f-tiil is tiuieteen lus .Ii D..K I ittoiiu, of Chiea'.i. made tbeirotrd tie tlay rt'eentlj tf hearing three lawsuits at one time. S'lioF. I.OMHUOSK ...

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