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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 27 August 1896

'-' " ' ' ! " ."".- I . - c- ' -. . - s. -. - - . - - 1 - V " '. - . -. - " . ' ' i. : T"i 1 i Jr i' 1 A . .! . K 2 4 rr.f-- r 4 1 - v" . ( ' - - it- Jo - - 1 RIOTOUS SOLDIEItS. TwanlyPiva Privates War on Their Way From th Columbut Barracks r niirrranc arla U th Wmt-roar Mn Cat MuM ar Im Krrlaxialr n.a4 th Car ItoMcod-Arwf ItlHrtaU May Tk Arlloa la th Matter. . (Hiir.u.o, Anp. SI. Twenty-live po lirvim-n wrrr st-nt to the I'ni.iu d.'ix.t Thurwlay uijrlit at the fall of tlif IU Wijlu' rai'troail, to tiust an incoiiiin triin lKariii;r a earload of tlrunUcn and r'uitu riratfs of" the I'nili'.l IStatoK ai'my. 'I'lu iuiliit'ttr tf 1I10 "train ha.l tt-h-irrapliol alicail for assit- mv to ir'v.-ut Iok of lie and to ro-tc-d tlio railtouil ro'rty. Iut ly tlie t'uie thf rti1 r'ariit'd t1ii'aro the ril ng had vase.l. The rivatis nrro ly lhrtnkf.vtks, niil.i.ut a canini!-si.ii-d otli.vr. on tiit'tr uav in in til-1 tilutitltiiK l:iii':u'Li to lite YariiUH lttrts ttiriu;.rlioiit tluf Ai'Kt. tiiie...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 3 September 1896

.r'S'-.--...-.' 0 (itm fink i twwiliv . flflt. A. Vl, Jllll. 1. "!.lVtT tv 1 i.-.ii. to: Tbat M.I17 copies Outlook were C1 ' circulated durlnKox:vkV;aTera8ti, t 'J 1.77 wiikly. Bought many niorr tbaa f, y that of Krllosg. C S Oi'itAivk rt' ir unit :n i: iii-t-.l :" UiitKl. iu l.:ill i. Y.-rkl. -4' VOL. XVIII. OWINGSVILLK, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEmttlliEIl 3, 1890. NUMBER 8. 111 W I II II II 1 El II II II 11 I V i - :1 v .6 i i i - "arc uov current at 3.30 per cwt. Odessa fi-rr-f da; s lit I !:i iubme got n two -t H cel.. School opined at t!u Seminary Monday villi a large attendance. The Sit. Sterling daily Free Lance i now isuing a newsy week ly eiUiion. Born, Sunday night, Aug. HOtli. to Dr. and Mrs. C. V. Conner, a on, their second. The farmers will sunn finish put ting in tlieir barns the finest crop of tobacco raised in years. " The supper given by the ladies of the Christian Church last Thurs- day ruglit was a very venture. I Ue7rj:e altout 50 delegates from elsi-whiTJ in attenda...

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

J 2- r - w owinosviiie Outlook. D. ft. ESTILL, Publisher. OWINOSVILL12, i i KENTUCKT. J SEPTEMBER J 896. Mm. Tut. WuL 9 Ttaur. Frt. Sal 5 3 10 17 24 14 19 It 12 2l 7 28 8 5 22 29 11 16 23 18 25 30 CURRENT TOPICS. At Hennessey, Okla., eggs arc 3e a dozen. Gkkat BkuTAls has S, 000, OOO sores of forest. Ohio miners want the lease system abolished. Ktrkkkmiks are sold by the pound in Scotland. At Buenos Ay res 4.000 men have struck for eight hours. hUKi'iiKKit. lex., ha a highly, sue erasful Bellamy colony. Tuk unexplored area of Canaia is es timated at 1.600,000 square mil. 4. Oxi.v I IS divorces have liwn grauted In Canada during the last 20 tears. FlFTY-rao per cent, of the l uited States population is eugaged in farm ing. No one ran breathe at a grciter height than seven utiles from the earth. Anoi t tw ice as much power is re (juired 4a stop an express train as to start one. A VT-BATK sar Las enahlcJ lie Moines people to get 15 loaves of lirea 1 for a quarter. Tbe past year has t-e...

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

GSV11I6 oiitiooK, O a. ESTILL, PusUaasr. - 'LLE, t i KEKTDCKT. OER THE BRIDGE. lh bride tfi river ran. unui.i ic went, "Uth the nlU ss a river eein. Nu mi nuu. h uenu V tiridire th waters whirled. y brlilp they da .hud. j eddy they twisted and curled. aiona they splashed. , .i!cr I uaed to alt . JjiwVhat u made, . , Ueli tlf llljni ko under It . m, ULy In lu ii,, - Coder the jrM I used to dream. Dream of the years to come. And painted I. then. In tha sparkling stream The land that my feet should I saw a fare It was yonnr and fair mtl In the i:lcamlli; tide. And I salj In my heart: "lieyond rom are la the Iwautlful face of my bride." I saw In the depths of the waters clear My love, as lie smiled on me. And I heard the song that my soul could hew la the years of the yet to be. I saw myself beloved of men. Honored of all the earth. And I looked through the mist to the hour when Tha people should own my worth. Cnder the Ixidtre I sit and sleh. Under Its arched walla, Cut under a eoid an...

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

Gwlnnsville Outlook. I. s. KM ll.l 11 lil.lsuKlt. OWIXGSVILI.E. - KY. S'jcs:p!?t!:h, $i yea:, in advance. Tiin:ss)AY. sept. :i, i; Fcr Circuit Jmlgo. J i: ;!;' t!. I'. IViv. of Mi. St. is n :.!.. ;ii!at' lor 1 1 hrnii i noii'.iiuii i m for M-ii; .l-iil r.it ; i in ! th. Tm :ly UtM .. uili. i.'l tiistri.-t. i-oni ... .1 !' I hi roiii.tii- f iaih. Mrnii.'i', Mo:i!'i'inrry aiul liowan. l. S. Tjhr, of Mt. Sti-i-iin. in a raiulitluto for tin- 1 h-iuiM-ratif noin initlii:i for ( irrr'it JiiJuo in thi (th SIM) .In.li i ll tli-tii.-t. "Ii:iil.'s V. NY-hiM is n ratiili 'at; 1'T t!if 1--I'l'M-rallf tio!ii:ia t;ou for fire nit .iuili-nf lh: lis tri t. Fcr Shot iff. George T. Ymstt:;. of ()vi::.ivi'.I.'. l! II ramlM ite for the D, i.i-ieral ie rnotniiiat'oii for sh.ria of 15ath fount)-. i:h S.-th F.ott--. ofS!iaiis. lutrij pr.--i!iel. I t ilenil Mits ii M. At. h:-.:i. of V.'von inj i reeinrl, i u ftiuliiiali for lite )eti!tKTtit iio;'.inniio:i for SlieritT f l'alli c- u:ity. Tor J.iilcr. Vie ai...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 10 September 1896

J. i SWORN Id: Thnt M.41T copies Outlook were circulated during 58 wr-ksW; average. 1-77 wit kly. Bought uiany uior. than thai tf k. II..ITU. :? ) vVIII. OWINCSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1890. NUMBER 9. ) i ! 1 i I i ?1 ' w i w iurt began at Mt. Ster- Superintendent Melntyre is now risitiug the schools of the county. Dick Cross sold to V. P. Young a pair of fat oxen at $3.50 pcrewt. Osmond F. Myron will speak at Farmer Friday evening, Sept. 11th, at 7:30. There will be preaching at G Head Church next Sunday by Iter. J. L. Irvin. All invited. "Mister" Theodore Hallam, of Covington, is advertised to spout eilverism here Monday. Next Monday will be Court day and we invite our friends to call and see us and help us all they can. The Quaker medicine show went to Sharpsburg Sunday. It is prob able that it will return here next Monday. Frank Corbin, of Grayson, Ky., has bought the C. T. Horseman stock of groceries and has taken possession. Mosquitoes came early in season in t...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 10 September 1896

Owlnosviiie (miook. IX I. ESTILL, PuhlUher. OWISQSVILt t i KENTUCKY. THE BOTHERSOME BOY. He's the wotrytn' eat bey In the country. I know! Am't any like him wherever rou fro: rVts up a-tth company rosktn' a noise Ww the M are aa quirt aa Sunday arhool hoys. When Ml elder are lalkln' you'U know where he'a at Sura la allp In with: "Oh. myr or 'What's a thatr Ain't any poundcake ran coax him to bed Born t hang roun' an' hear ail hat I aald! 9X1 irood people that live an' that died LUah, tha prophet, that took the long r".e Bela' too rood to atay with the rent a' tha men. ta a worH that vn wicked as this world was then Haw ha went ta the clouds, an' kept coin' Hp hlither. la a chariot Jeat burnln an' blaxln' with tire; An what do you reckon that youncater Would aay? "Oaeae he cot routed, a-rllln" that wavl" Tell him 'bout Washln'ton eutthv the tree. An' hie daddy aa mad a a daddy could be. An ready ta ewltch him, till little George aald Una a real little man, holdln' up of hla head: " T...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 10 September 1896

? - , " was Tntr i I t :.y s' , - . ' t .eVar 11. co, - uil, SbRt S. Twenty .... veterans "if the rand . jvlied proudly Yednesdsy , uudrr a canopy of red, white -' .ue, flanked by pillars of white brtwesea lines of" 75,000 applauding "-tixens. The route was two miles sloop, endaop; at an lmmrnse review. nir stand, where Conimaniler-in-Chief Walker stood with his staff after Wa.l inj th old soldiers to al point at Smith park. The rprotaele as the army ou foot, the bands of music and mounted fliiir of national renown came down the hill on Sixth street with flam aiij banners flyinjr u In spiring and beautiful Us martial aspect. mtX3. THADDEUS . CLARK SO. Elected Conimandcr-tn-Chief. It was arranged to start the column at 10 o'clock but there was an hour's delay. The Secoud regiment of the Minnesota national guards kept the multitude to the limits. f the sidewalks with bayonetted rifle and the assist ance of the police. On the arrival of the commander at the reviewing stand, a salute of...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 10 September 1896

r .,--!..- ..-OR- v. S I 9 :r' .:.,- r - r' -1 Owinnsviiie Qutiook. IV s. T!Mm rrm-inur.il. OWINGSVILLE. KY. SUBSCRIPTION, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. thiusday. si.pt. 10, ls'.to. NATiGHAL DEM. TICKET. r.it rnrnKNT, JOHN MoCAUI.EY PALMER. Of Illinois. FOR VICE mCPlOKNT, SIMON BOLIVAR Bl'CKNKR, Of Kentucky. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Circuit Judge. Jndiie li. F. Day, of t. Sterling, is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Jude in tlie Twenty-first Judicial district, composed of the counties tif Bath, Menifee, Montgomery and Roman. M. S. Tyler, of Mt. Sterling, in a candidate for the Democratic nom ination for Circuit Judge in tlii (the fist) Judicial district. Charles W. Ncsbitt i a candi date for the Democratic nomina tion for Circuit Judge of this dis trict. For Sheriff. George T. Young, of Owingsville, is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Hath county, with Scth Butt, of Sharps- burg precinct, for deputy. Johnson M. Atchison, of Wyom ing precinct, is a candi...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 17 September 1896

t' t . ItoiiiflMIIje SWORN i Rflit.fc.1Ci. Jan. 1.1ai.nvrr vl'oti.- Ortuwii wervrlrvulnlediMVeriisje.l.:!"' V J weekly. K. Il.u lno we Ixtuubt ! l,!tM lu 1,841 )! weekly, f itt: inai ropie pitumik werv a- circulated durtns: 5tt weeks V;averaite, C I.2T7 weekly. Bought niany more than r) 1 -I 4 that of Kelloug. f rVK VOL. XY1II. 0W1NCSVILLK, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1890. NUMBER 10. 001 vvy i - , J rrivr-ui r , ' Vee mat the groat Lexington Irottius races. Several eases of Trip aeeompan ied those ool Jays last week. The water in the new town well was within 35 feet of the top a few days no. Monroe Curpenior nntl Miss Nan cy l'ower were granted lieense to wed t-ept. Dili. r.orn. Tutd;iy ni"rnin;. Sept. 15. to Mr. and Mrs. V.A Anderson, of Wyoming, a sun. Sam I.itluaiu sold here MondaV to Charles Speneer an extra good bunch of 13 spring steer calves at fl7.5 per head. W. T. Kenton ha The Oitlook thanks for a complimentary t the Mt. Olivet Driving Association v air Sept. 30th t...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 17 September 1896

) ) i 2 i i I r v r . OWlnOSVlllGOUtlOOK. a a, ESTILL, Pablliher. OWIXOSVILLE. I KEXTUCK?. CURRENT TOPICS. Detroit has over 1,000 union curpon tors. Hi itaio pin's employment to over 50,0(10 men. A i.atk count shows that Hoston has 1,00V house. On the svrrage, four out of every six men nsr toliacco. I.i lli au Cuaso says he is going to Write a book about us. A statf. employment bureau is to be established at Italtitnore. Maimc textile workers want a law fixing a week' work at St hours. MiKHiiwipii planters are short on cot ton picker. The Negroes refuse to work. Ovr.r tS.OOO nien are now working nearly S.500 mines in 84 counties in Cal ifornia. Denmark allows every subject, male or female, who i 60 years of age, a small pension. Los Amihh brick makers will or ganize and w ill attempt to have Chi nese workmen discharged. In. 1H FW made 41 sieeehes in one Amy on a special train w ith Mr. Maine in Ism. They were of preat variety. Japan now ranks fifth in population among the nations 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. — 17 September 1896

7 . t i 3 v TV- - OWlnfl8'Jlll6 OUtlOOK. O. ft. ESTILL PublLher. OWINQSVILLE. i : KEXTUCET. WHILE JENNY WAITS. ? are romlnc home, Jenny I hear ,lr rlanklnK noils: a Whit. Faro . And rtrlcht Far: p - . Vtnlng. coming from tha clover In .His; - T. Jenny ptrl! . hat care they for a curt. ' - rx 1 row t hat you wear In your hair. , . a,- Jenny girl? .The cows are coming- horn, Jenny, the v cows are cominir homv: I-ty I'.-ll And latty Pell: Cenainjr, comln. coming from tha fleMs where dalete foam; Comlns. Jenny dear. And 1 wonder why you wear Such rihttona and sue h roues In your hair, Jennie dear? Tha cowa are romlnir home, Jenny; hy tha lowirur calves they're led White Face And PrlcM Fare: Cominc, coming, coming; but Ifrirt that row of red! Or do rattle care I-Nw a woman's rUthonotl hair? Kay! there'a aoma one vatthlna-. watch Ins for your coming, Jenny dear! Tlie cowa ara coming home, Jenny; but little do you care For I Jiy Rell, Or Dairy lvll. From frairraiit II. I. In of clover, whi...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 17 September 1896

K ' -TV i Owinnsvillo Outlook. a V. B. KMT1I.I. owingsville. Trill. 1M1EK, KY. S'JSSLr'PiijN, fl YEA.? v.i adva:; TIIUKSDAY.SKIT. IT, IfOC. NATIONAL DK. TICKET. Fim I'eoiiikst, JOHN MoCAlT KY PALMER. Of lll'moU simon bolivar r.rt'ivXKK, Of Kentucky. AKKO'JNCEKENTS. For Circuit Judge. Jiido It. V. Day, 'f Mt. Sterling, is a cuii.Udatc for tl.i' Deni.wralio nomination for Circuit Judge in the Twenty first Judicial dit.li id. oi.ixi l of the counties ISaln. Minifeo, Montgomery and Rowan. ?.!. S. Tvl r, of Mt. Slorlinj?, i a candidate for the Democratic iiom ir...tion for t'irenit .Indite in thi (t'.u 21st) .Judicial district. (harl. s W. Xeshitt is a enndi lat! for the Democratic nomina tion f.r Circuit Judge of this dis trict. For Sheriff. George T. Yoiititr.of Ottinpsville, is m candidate for the Democratic nomination for Kin rill" of I'.ath county, with St th Rot in, of Sharp burg pr.vinot, for deputy. Johnson M. Atchison, of vm- ina r.recii:ct. U a candidate for t! ! mooratie nomin...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 24 September 1896

Sfte . r 4 RPTUPPM 4 V 1.1 f 1 M IU r v T n l iii VpC i. "as, Jan. l."s.or JK.WMconl.-s lr? That eMW eople Otr,' were Circulated during SSaoks '. . r. Oitluok nenTlFvulnlcdjaveraiic.l.alo mwkly. KHkif knows bought IJiT7r-k ry. Bgkl . ljt) to IM copies wrrkly. thai o( Kelfoag. VOL. XVIII. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEI'TKHBER 24, 1896. NUMI?i:it 11. 00 i II v it ... - I.'- V'. . weather alternates suddenly between midsummer heat and a Bre-and-overeoat temperature. The usual services will 1 held at tha Presbyterian church nest Sunday, both morning and evening. Miss Margaret lngels, of Paris, w ill be at the G. A. K. Iteunion at Treston, Fridsy, Sept. 25th. and will make a free-silver speech. Kentucky's Great Trots com mence at Lexington Oct. 6. Half fare on all railroads. All the cham pions will be there. fast will i lir J R HUVPfc tmn l It'll v. diorses ever seen in America 'i race at Lexington' 175.000, ten day trotting meeting commencing v. c a . X Mrs. Samuel Shulu fell out ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 24 September 1896

I 12- r I 5 i i A OtvingsviiiG omiooK. U CSTILU PublUhar. OWIXQSVILLE. t KENTUCKY. TO A CHILD-1 T .Y. I look unon thy happy : '.. "r child with lho- i;.. .irKened eyes lake erllmnse of i . arcnt skies And dream of thlr. yh have no place In that smalbcp . -n.lortlilno; Thhiea lh,tiio ten ; -ar-old has jet Oared M hi roriitnh wit to net To tYiouKht. or word, or rhythmic line. ' . -I it -tl. mo. I think, f ! " child should lie a chil.l. Thi ne fhoul.t prow an clad and a 11.1 A flowers ui.n a river' brink. LatiKh, then, and romp, and kiss the sua, nJIi if tutsan, t. nt earth Were the rcatlni; plac-of mirth Pince tlmo was lxrn and j..? U cun. I .such, and I II he a child with thee. KorBctriil .f the days which ny. tWcctf-il of the niKhti which die. And vli'i'iiiK sweetness like the U-c. Por. oh! rcmemtier, little ir, t'hil.lhoml in l.ut a a:lnn sprlnc. I., nth to await the l uri. .'tiliiR of summer ami Us flrry dir. .... Iiit no. my dreams will not le milled; I en n not turn rrrf: year h...

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

. --.. ------ v. I RPTU fWpt.t. Vl.4 Jan. l.,v.ovrS,lcopl-s Ot'TLiMib a ere elrruiated; average, lHi to: That tM.117 eoplos Outlook were W weekly. KfllocR kn bought J tjea to I.SM copW-s eekly. j 1.-T7 weekly. Bought man; win I ban that uf Kellojtg. 3 T AOL. XVIII. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER I, 189G. NUMBER 12. an 00L v S f - t I 5 ' - i r Court of Appeals .versed rase of Kit-hart vu.OoodpaiMer. ' Horn. Sept. 27lh, to Dr. and Mrs. FratW Wells, of Craigs, daugh ter. Born, Sept. 32d, to Mr. and Mr. Newton Caesidy, of Salt Well, a daughter. What horoe will win the great f 5,000 Trausylvania at Lexington, October 8th t The rase of Ault tr. Apperson from Bath county in the Court of Appeal wan affirmed. Hon. S. J. Piifih and W. Larue Thomas will debate the political issues at the Court-house here Tuesday, Oct. Cth. 156 nor- in the 2:13 list, t.nd 37 in the J: 10 list, are entered in the races to be decided in the great Lexington trots, Oct. 6 to 16. Klder U. T. I). Zimmerman...

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

7 1 7; A s V S t, . -3 '- "t "V t - r a r i ' i 1 I owinasvniGjoutiook. D t. STILU rubllshw. OWIXGSVII.LE. x . KEXTUCK? CURRENT TOPICS. Ati.axta theaters ar-? to be taxed iJ cents for each crformancc Tiik headless liody of a man was found iu the Monongahcla mar Pitts burgh. A" Akron girl traced a recreant lov er to Trenton, X. J., ami made him marry tier. Ma. IIkniiv Wakii Pi n hi i; is now suffering from w hooping cough for the fourth time Mim K Stout, of Portsmoutl-, was almost strangled to death by a huge black snake. John Pom Til Am mi, ilciii.x r.'t . nominee for governor of New Y. U. declares himsc.f lor gold. Tiik hanging of llavne at Allan, a cot Sheriff liarnes til. and a' I he re ceived from the county was f 10, ami that sum is generally given to the mau who pull, the trap. I.I III No Ciiami is credited with toll ing a director of the Hank of Scotland that self-interest as a rule of business is the Kanie the world over, but espe cially in Kngland." Kit v. Ik. John Mattiifw...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 1 October 1896

I t 9 i t ' i J ::; ; - . r" m : ' ., ' 4 t 7 v- Owlngsvllle ouiiook. D. a, EST1LU. rublliher. OWXNOSVILLE. x : KENTUCKY. VOICES. Titer r vote nil around u voices ws't and -nis nfl.l On makes th beurt throb heavily, the olhor mak It pljul; Rich voits la the tmimlct. fond voices In the ir. And voices In the tiipht stars, low-breath Inn. .-. t und rial?. Thrc are v.n all around us, voicoa In the paswlnc tvE And voices of the nu-motr, tar sweeter than all thcc: They are vie- from a distant home, from trio-? lv. .1 and dear. And their whlKitennps come pontly upon the listening ear. There are voices from a father, long since returned to du. And voices from a mother, now with the na in lt d JUrit: Voices from an absent !rolhcr, and from a Uter kind, Whkh soothe a lonely, aching heart, and calm a troubled mind. There are voices to a trcnt, of Infant mirth and ,,. Which till i lie soul with mimic of rirhest melody Of taltyhood of childhood of youth Pia- tutvr trosrn And theiMf vtl.ea to a l...

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