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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 5 November 1896

- v " U' v; i -i ' - .v u.v..iysv...e Uutlook. i. h. Kisrn.u OWING SV1LLR. 11 HI.IMIKK. KY. SJBSl RIPTI3N. $1 YEAR II ADVANCE. TliritSDAY, NOV. ft, 1S9G. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Circuit Judge. Jude It. F. Day, of Mt. Sterling, is randiJate fur the Ilt-moeratic nomination for Circuit Judiie in tlie Twenty-ftrtit Jiulirixl district, riinnsid of the counties of Bath, Menifee, Montgomery nnd Kuwan. M. S Tyler, of Mt. Steriinij, in a rttixliilnte for the DenxM-rntic nom ination for ( 'irenit Jude in thie ((lie 2Ut) Jiidieinl district. Charlt- W. Necliitt is a enndi ilate for the l)eniK-ralie nomina tion for Cirruit Judge of thi dis trict. For County Judge. Win. (5. K.tnisi-v is a candidate for the HenKMTMtic nomination forW 'he guest of lit r son County Judge of Hatli. Election in November, 1S'J7. For Sheriff. George T. Young, of Owing'''"', is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Bath county, wilti Seth Hotts, of Sharps burg precinct, for deputy. Johnson M. Atchison, of W...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 12 November 1896

foe flRHifrriYdtit (ill 00L I SWORN je Vpt. S. J.in. l.'M.oveT oopl. OmHK wrr rirruiaird :vM-ac. I.siii tvkl.v. Kellogg know loUtl iJtn to 1..1II ruii- r.tt-kly. 5 to: Tk to: That m,at copies Oumicf er clrealatrd during Wwr-rki 16; aera. 3 IW.fWV.Kiy. DUUQl MU7 BKVf IHO 4 , that a4 Kelloaa. t a that of VOL. XVI 1 1. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1806. NUMBER 18. v y ii ji u 11 41 ii n An occasional flake of llOW ffll Sunday. The diphtheria scare lias suli idcd in n. The turkey market is Marling at 4c to J" T lb. Tho cooler weather enables some earlv 1'or killim: t be done. " : Millinery in nil the latest style 1. ( riH-k bottom prices, at Mr. Es till's. William Oamlt and Miss Re becca Thorn cre granted license to wed, Monday. Tob.toeo pale in Louisville- were suspended l-t week on account f the election .hciteuiont. If v ou mis tlie bargains at MrJ Etiir it will lie vour fault, she) iti Helling cheap for cash. Remember this fpi-cial sale is for thirtv davs onlv. t or...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 12 November 1896

.. m l I 1 - i f r V . It OwlnosviiiGoiiuooK. a, ESTILU IliBlULtr. OWIXGsVlLLE. i j KENTUCKY. LIFE'S MONOTONE. At caa I reclined l.y th llltlr brook's fait An4 (tared at th foaming- cascade I dreamed near th sins-Ins: a-ca1e: Th mn wre la tun with the pin tre (all. As ll mutmurtd and crooned with th vt terlall I -aa lulled hjr the music they made. The mater wa flowing and falling, now lion n; It uncled and gasped and was rone In an tiistani li fell and man ron. The bits so gctuly brushed 'cainat (be llne-lree rone. The branches on liU.li made liai monloim moan. And the mind and the mater m-et on. The drop and the glial had forgotten the nam ' ff the aot Ihey passed over .III now Of the Utile brook a Intnl. le just now; lut the ait!g of the mater ma ever the mam. Krom the evergreen top tit old harmony -am . Aleiirnful mttalr from brook and from Itotifh. forever ant) ver the stream of life Horn. A lh a smlii and a dash on mellrte To the crent unknown sea tiomn me ltie: In our ilunt?ea...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 12 November 1896

'J A i r J; : 1 v ( REPUBLICANS Successful in a Hotly Contested Election. Latest Returns Give McKinley 200 Electoral Votes. Kr. Bryan is Sure of 170 Votes, With Two Sutw Doubtful. V ltttm Jlnc llryis WjIs His ' a Mill Kirtk 4m.l li-trn ttU th KraulllM KfMlarliy. I I. 111. N'ov -Tin- toll U I hlr l t 'tr i'fii f Tr l-tr clct luii t lai a trAiut d t i ri I rM v m n m i an t-t :tr i'.uralHr lllcrtoral me 'Ilorrl I M"t Ik tit ...... k-u ar ... ... . llUiOIl JSIIIM. losra MAine rvl Mit liuarlts. ... m H-uii.-i iiifT-Ha 11 .uipih.rv. , Nr , h-r Vork , .. is IUl.'rt...., HiH i.e. M , I'l'MMoy l AtitS ... . I.IhnU Islsutl..... ntont Xr. Vil;ini.... t Uiunsia . . Total i fcl I " tf Ml I it Jl 4. I I 4 41 I . J . Mia , tt! . P.M , :(iim mini N ii tt in ihsl t i mm lit it I'lM i MATH. AUhama..... S.ftW 111 Arkansas Wm ulorstlo Ml it a j Florida. . I'.'l 4 ! isria. to l.l I lttako 13 U j' lv itir.41 1.1 Mil III ! I rt iun nU a ilii4ssippi it V Jhtissituri ; 17 Moatai fcir.s) a Nt bfAska. I f Nr...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 12 November 1896

t'4 11 I -.11 I'.K. IN. M II !.K. KY. V3S RIPTI . 4. ?l Y AS IN ADVANCE. run:siY. ov. i;. ism;. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Circuit Ju.lre. .In.! -.- P.. T. Dav, .f Mt. Sieilin::. is a -.i ii .: i .1 .1 1 f.T t!.r I !!. cral ic leonin e i n ..r Circuit .! iol ; in the Tw'-my I'n. -i Judicial disfict. ,-. ii. !.., .! ..f the 'ill ii. s of Rath. Meiiilc.-, M.'ii'.i'.'i-.icrv and Rowan. M. S I v , r. .-f Mt. : aii.Ii.'ial for tin- I ') i i, .1 i. -i l'-.r i i .-n.1 ! .1 I iV -Js ) Judicial dl- l. tii'!". is .i ' tut ! IW'I.I . dgc in lliis!" tii-t. Ch-irl.s V. N.-I.ilt is t; ate I ! ill.- I hi x-rat ii t ion f. r t ire nil .1 edge of a :!. o'. n.'tiiiria this ;is l or COLiniy Juutje. Wiii.(. Kanisi'V is m amli.lali f r Hie I ' tii. crat : innni nut inn for I'.oiti'v 1. 1. is;.- of rurt. l.l.uti.ii in No v.iIk r. I.n'.7. For Sitoriff. (o-'TiM- T. Ynnniz. of (In 'insvill. is a -at.di.I for tin- I K'liloeral ic limn inatioti for Sh.-rilV nf I'.aili niinlv, milli .-ti Hotls. of Sharps, luii jr prec...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 19 November 1896

5 DeiweeN $ SWORN t mmm firpt . S. M, J n. 1. 1M.ovrr i,W4 epl Oitlook rTlrculiit-l;veni((, MM WMkljr. Kellotfg known toUi;ht 1X10 to M4 eople. nwkljr. i ui I II HI I l: That m.117 rople. Ot tj.ook wer ti elrruMtted durtnic&rrk VI; average f weekly. Bought many mora laaa J? thai of Krll.Htit. C VOL. XVIII. OWINGSVILLK, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1890. NUMBER 19. Wanted, 25 bll. of corn. Ap ply to C. W. IIoxakkk, Sr. The prospect fr tlu Rrowinjr wheat crop was never lietu-r. There in much activity among the people preparing for winter. Large fl..cU of turkey are being driven to market through this town. Millinery in all the latent Mylc. at rock bottom prices, at Mrs. Es tiU's. John K Fleming soul to A.G. . Took eeu I .. I l!. feeling steer at f :t :.o. If you inii-s the bargains at Mrs. Est ill' it be your fault, as hc is sellilig cheap for cash. Someb.hlv's ImumN caught ami killed a fox. iur K bt. Shii U, on Flat Creek. Monday night. The Louisville Weekly Courier Journal a...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 19 November 1896

OWlDflSVlllC Outlook. Dl B. KSTIIX, Psbllsner. WINGSYILUB. i t KENTUCKT. CURRENT TOPICS. Ofkma Painters' union of New York established trade school. Mb Mi Kim fv will be 54 yearsof age at the time of hi inauguration. Gk. Bt'caxrB ia bring talked of for a foreig n mission under McKinley. A BABE ahould pain at least four uncea each day until it ia six montha old. Kixttii Citt unionists want a state law In eonservanee with National la bor day. Thh tterman government's detectives arc said to be keeping a close watch on Bismarck. Mxt AnruMl Tatti during the ours of her operatic career has earn ed 000.000. Tbk "Iron Hall" organization is en deavoring to revive itself and start in business a train. National head quartern of the 1'nlon Veteran l-ep-ion have been established at Wilmington, IeL Washisotosi unionists have asked tan. government to pay nary yard bricklayer H a day. It ia claimed that labor ia tetter or ganized in the city of Detroit than in any other city in America. The Chilian...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 19 November 1896

i 3 J iQSVlllG OUtlOOK. Bl ft. ESTILL, Pskllsher. OWIKQSVILLB. i i KENTUCKY. THE FUTURE. Ood holds tba future In His hud. 0 heart of mint, be stIUI H . I v- .. "i plan the bent ."T the, 1 light or Jrv . i x r . vw.. thae tn Hi J M.e futur - ..iribwulfi"' , Throuirh ever , , ,fy day- Vea. ll lon. av id la lova wiu s and rheer. Ood hold! the future In HI hand. And I van trust Ills love. The (Alt declares Ills fsllhfulneee; (lie Je will guide. Ills heart will bleea, Tt'4 I am safe above. Ood hold the future In Hla hand; I leave It all with Him. I know one day He will ei plain The "wherefore of each erlef and pain. Though raaaona now are dim. London Christian. Brt CoenMCMT. itst. Bier Hurra. PART I. CHAPTER III. CoxTrxrrn. Struck only by the wild extrava gance of her speech and temper, Clar ence did not know that when women ejqpjBapoat Illogical they are apt to be most sincere, and from a man's stand point, her unreasoning' deductions ap peared to him only as an affectation u train time...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 19 November 1896

- 1 i 5 - v . -: V. a trii V : . V-l than j TV-..'.: r-i Ovvingsvil'e Outlook. I. S. I l ll.l., l't hl.lMIVU. OWINGSYil.l.E. - - KY. 1 SUBSCRIPT!. $1 VCAR IN ADVANCE. THURSDAY. NOV. lit. l.s'.'i.. AuKOUNCCMENTS. Tor Circuit Judge. j Judsie It. F. Day, of Ml. Si. rlin-r. is a candidate Tor 1 1 Democratic iimiiiiiHt ion for Circuit Judge in the Twenty first Judicial district. conioscd el l 111' com tics if 1'ialli. Menifee, Mou'oincrv and Rowan. M. S Tjler. of Ml. Sterling, is a candidate for the Democratic nom inalion for Circuit .lii(!;r" in this (the Jmiicial distiict. Charles W. Ncshitl is a candi date for the I t niiN-ratic notii i u.-i -tioii for Circuit Judge of this din trict. For County Judge, j Win. 1. Kamsev is candidate . for the Democratic iion.inatiou for County linlfic of lath. Election j in Noveiuher, 1S'.7. I For Sheriff. George T. Young.nf Owtngsville. in a cMiidiilatc for the Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Bath county, with Sctli Bolts, of Sharps burg precinct...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 26 November 1896

mH. lata, a Jan. mr i.w ropU 9' OmxwKVrreflrciilau-dsavrntpa-.iiia 1.XU to t,Mt copiea WM-kly. VOL. XVIII. Millinery in all the Intent styles. m rock bottom price, at Mr. Ka- tiir. . If too mi a the bargain at Mr. Estill's it will be your fault, aa she in celling cheap for cash. The Louisrille Weekly Courier Journal and Thk OrTijooK one year for f 1.75 raah in advance. Remember this special sale ia for thirty day only. Come early and get choice. Mb. 1). S. Estill. Mia Mary Warner, of near town, had the mi-fortune lust week to lose by death her fine buggy mare. I need money and must have it. 1 will give bargain in all depart ment for thirty day. Come and eee me. Mks. Kstii.l. The o?ter supper given by the ladiea of the Christian Church last Friday night at the Court-house was a moderate success. ' The bank and most of the busi ness house will bccloaed today. The drugstore, erocerie and sa loons will keep semi -open house a usual. I must raise f 500 in the next thirty dsySjAll persons...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 26 November 1896

owlnosvlllc Outlook. Di K. ESTILL, Publisher. OWINGSVILLE. t KENTUCKT THE FAITH OF CHILDHOOD. A sturdy youngster, scarcely five. A truer knight u ne'er alive. One day hail com to visit m. And stayed with us tlU after tea. Then, aa the shades of night were coma, I look my little comrade home; And as we walked I said In Jest To put his courage to a test : Hl y, are you afraid of night?" " Why. no." be said, and then the light Of laughter shone In his blue eyes. As he. In well-assumed surprise, Voojej up at ma and as 1 drew ,-tlia hand in mine Inquired: "Are youT" I told him no, but thought perhaps It ass not so with little chaps, lie seemed to ohder my reply. And then at length, reflectively, lie said: "Some of 'em are, I know. Hut what'a the use of beta' so? I'm not afraid at night, you see. For Uod Is watshlng over me. If there wasn't any Uod I might It frightened when I'm out at night Hut mamma says lie's always near. And that I have no cause to fear: Itut, here, I'm home, and so, ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 26 November 1896

S ' s ts. U DKEADFUL. The Famine in India Seems Likely to svlmay Oral Klttta An rwnN-XH. eMaat Will Kot kail UralM. Ilolillng It (nr a Higher I'ru-e- I'stiU Hi-lug fcalal for the Vjlaa at Tiielr Hides. I.ortox, N. 21 The Am.-rii-aa Iwnrd of fonirn missions lias rect-ived H the following letter from Ilex. II. A. ?iun, dated al Aliaiediiatrar, Idiiu, IK-tobor lil, lS'.ki; 1 am just entering on my twenty-third year of miss onarv service io India, la these years I have heon through many s.-rplexitie ISnt the end of the tweuty-sei-ond year finds me in preater x'uniury embarrassment than ever Ix-fore in my lif. Many i the day that there is not dollar ia the honsj for the personal vxpeuses, or f lr old, established, fruit ful work, or for'our Iheoloyrieal seium airy, nor any idea of where a dollar is to roius from. And in the -:d year there seems the inmost eertain pros leet of the keenest ami most trying nait'eriug and perpU-aity, caused by widespread famine. The ludian weather bureau for...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 26 November 1896

Oaingsvilie Outlook. 1. a. KKT1I.I.. ri BL1SUIK. JWIXGSVILLE. - - KY. ClIDCr DIDTI1U i vriD iu inuiupc ! auDJimi i ui, i urn in ni w nni.- THURSDAY. NOV. 2u. lS'.Mi. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Circuit Judgo. Judge It. K. Day, r Mt. Sterling, is a candidate for the I cinocral ic nomination for Circuit Judge in the Twenty first Judicial district, composed of liie counties of Rath. Menifee, Montfomery and Rowun. M. S Tyler, of Mt. Sterling, is a candidate for the Democratic noni ination for Circuit Judge in this (the 21xt) Judicial district. Charles W. Xffliill i a candi date for tin Democratic nomiua lion for Circuit Judge of this dis Irict. For County Judge. Win. G. Ramsey is candidate for the Democratic nomination for County Judge of H.i tli. Election For Sheriff. Ceorge T. Young, of Owingsvillc, in a candidate for tlu Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Hal li county, with Sclh Uotts, of Sharps- burg precinct, for deputy. Johnson M. Atchison, of Wyom ing precinct, is a candidate for l!ic ...

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 December 1896

s n C rtoiri.roOM J SWORN r Swpt. ,, Jan. t.tn,rrl.4Kpl' f J OvruovrrrlrcDlatd;BVrag.UM f kl. K.llocf know bought ? clrculatad during SSwaeksl ; average. f nor thaa j If M IM coplm vkly. C 3 1J.T7 weekly. Bought many noi VOL. XVIII. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1896. NO. 23. ifittirnftifitit tape W 7 l INI 7 V Get Dawson k Byron's price on Christmas Goods before buying. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Neri Swetnau., of White Oat, an 8 lb. on. Don't spend a dollar until you see what Brother iiGoodpaster hare. The widow of CliagJ. Hawkins, of Bethel precinct, ia trow a Feder al pensioner. Brother Goodpaster will put money right into your pocket if you will let them. Mr. J. J. Swetnam, Sr, of Rey noldsville, lost a fine mare by death Sunday night. We are leader in Fancy and Sta ple Groceries. Dawsok Bvaoit, successors to Dawson k Nixon. nts were taken One day last week tolocate the eleel V trie street lights, etc. Candies, Note, Fruits, Figs and Dates in an endless variety at Ba...

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 December 1896

.OK'iflosvliioutiook D ft. ESTILL, PublUbar. OtVINOsVILLR. KEXTU'K THE STORY OF THE FENDER. fow feet uiion the Fender. Four hands in close embrace, Te lov ln hearts and lender. Two lovers race to face. Four feet upon the Fender. I Wore an open lire. Of lo receivers, each a lender. An atM dame anal sire. OnW two f-t on the Fender. Two other are at rrt, "W here the wicked cease from Ironhlinf. And the weary areal i-v-ei." To The Story of the Fende r. Told often and retold, lhie homage let ua tender. Alike to young and old. The feet once on the Fndrr. Whether tn ea-ty dava or late. Murt in time their place atin.ndrr. hen Ileattl open wide his late tiood lril"esee.lng. CoevairHT. ttg. by Bct Hvm. PABT II. CII ACTKB III. Called to a general council of officer at div isional headquarters the next day. Kraut had little time for furtheri-peeu-lation regardiug bis strange guest. Hut a remark from the division commander that he preferred toeoniniit the general plan of a movement then under di...

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 December 1896

i r FOR Hi EE (TIIA. Senator Cullom's Impawlonod Ap poal for Patriots. Darlarra I he Mar Ma.t inv, and Tha tl Tim for Inlrrlrrnrr n Tart of the lulled Main. aviiiifrn. lire. II.-On mutton ol filial or AWIru-h rei., . . it wut uprve.l i uIh-ii the senate adjourned lliunul:iy H Ik" until Mou.luv. At tlie H.e of tin iiui! iiiii luisim'ss cVnator C'ulloiii -i-Klit-i-st d the Keuat. r the stiliject of t'liliaii iiilfM-iiil.-in-e lie prefneed Iiik Ket--h -.villi (lie itilro lnrlion of a joint roMilut ion il.-.-hir ne . that: The extinction of Swinish l-tlr ml the In ininal ion of Spanish control in the isl mils at the j.-;it. ;i of 1 lit Clulf of Mevteo arc iii-iwarx totlir v.i-1 f.ire at those ishitulx ami f l!ie -tt'.ipit of tilt? I'iiite1 Slate." 'enstnr Pullnm aft r a t.rl.-f r.-f.'ren-e In the iHTsl.li.nl'! nh'Hi; In r,:;irl t tlie In land of t'nl said: ',. art- already il:ift ! In an. h -iti.n tl;at .me'vrlalniil.e of anion m.iiki ! adopt.'.! Wluiteverlh.it ronre n.a lie 1: must lw ...

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 December 1896

ingsville Outlook. 1. 8. ErVriLU OWING S VI LLE. I'l HUIKUKK, KY. SUBSCRIPTION, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. THURSDAY. 1F.C. 17, IS'X.. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Circuit Judge. Judge R. F. Day. .f Mt. Sterling, i a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge in the Twenty first Judicial district, fiimpofx-d if the counties of Bath, Menifee, Montgomery and Rowan. M. S. Tyler, of Ml. Sterling, is a candidate for the D-luocrutic nom ination for Circuit Judge in this (the 21st) Judicial district. Charles YV. Neshitt U a candi dstc for the Deniiwratic nomina tion fort'ircuit Judge of thiii dis trict. For County Judco. Wm. G. Kamser is a candidate for the peimx-ratic nomination for County Judge of Hath. Election in November, ISO". For Sheriff. George T. Young, of Owingsville, is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Bath rounty, with Setli llotts, of Sharps, burg precinct, for deputy. Johnson M. AteVion. of Wyom ing prerrrp a ramliuate lor tne Teiaocratie nomination for S...

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 December 1896

s f 5 J SYORN C; je Bept. i. "&, A Jan. l.1M.IK-r W.M4oopios Omwl wreclrculatd;avrram.l.'tlO weekly. liellogK knv bought to: That SM1T opt OutiooB war circulated daring U wcckif!; 1.277 weekly. Bought aur mxw uu J Ijai to IJMtroplin I JSIi to I.M4 coplra wwkly. tbat of KelloXiTt VOL. XVIII. OWINGSYILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1896. NO. 25. 0" -1P 01TO. Ul El H !l J. M. Richart bought, on Flat Creek, John W. Hughes' tobacco at 4e. J. N. Million will take a elork- ship in Jauica Gillon'e store flri't of tlii' now year. thc The weather continues favorable for la grippe and there are numer ous caes of the disease in the town and county. Effing Conner and Biire Wells will leave the first of nest week for North Carolina with a drove of M jnules and horses. David Garner and John W. Sta ten rented the two toll-gates on the Owlngsville A Stepstone turn pike for f 263 for one year. Richard II. Conner bought for $700 rash the Mr. Sallie ltichards house and lot on Main Vtreet now ...

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 December 1896

i :0 'i t e r v - f m - - .t i J . I V if' 9 0 I Owlnosvlll60iitlool. b . r STILL, PubllsHer. OWiNGvVlLLE. KEKTUOE UNDRESS PARADE. Of "dress parade" you all have heard. And. doul-lle, you have seen The tramiilinK limn of solid l.luw Wtuel aramily on the green. Hut I've an army hu h, I'm sure, TIioiikIi you look far an. I near. Thouch you hum north, aouih, east en-t cat, lias not to-day a peer. And n7 nlchl. at ciclit o'clock. Its line of march in ma-l Ami Hi noise of drums tells me It nntt To gtvo "I'nuress 1'arailo." A prouder i-.-r.rral than I Ne'er tssui-d a eommnn.l: A prouder army than my nan Kxiota not In the Un.l. T o urumniors always 1,-ad the a jr. Then come the "rank and Mr." Villi lit-a-ln ereet, and fa-n front. They maivli. tlien halt, the Ml 1 make tniMe-tioti tif i hem all, of uniform and kuiik; And then I rail: -Attention all' "Now, mareh ! IU-twos? Ilyones At last, when I am Kalislled Thai evert tiling Is rlnlit; Thai curl arc hrnshed. and far,- clean. And uniform ai...

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 December 1896

tf 4 I t I i 1 1 f KOT ENOUGH I.IDEKS For lh Cavalry Charge of Heaven in Their Assault on Sin. Uiymuiiln Walt All, H.ddled and Hrl allad. ftiardla Oaly a llaad la aialda Tfceaa lata Aealevean.al latereat- kCMbf Krv. Ur. Talmas. Pr. Talniaffc'a text Sunday wait: 11. Kinps., aviiL, 2".: "I will .l.-livor thee i.tOO horses, if thoa lie alle n thjr part lo act rider upon them." t'p by the water works, the ttpr reservoir of Jerusalem, the general of the besiepinff army and the generals of beaieged Jerusalem are in consulta tion. Thonph tien. Kab-ahakeh had Wn largely paid to Mop the siege, he Itept the money and continued the aiege the military miscreant! Ilali shrkeh deridca the cauu-it.v of the city to defend itself, and praetieally aays: You have not S.ishi men who can manage horses. I'r.nlu.-e s.oisi cavalrymen, ami 1 w ill give a present of 3,0tl cavalry horses. You have not in all your bcaieged city f Jerusalem t.uOO Men who can m Mint them, and by bit and bridle control a horse.- ...

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