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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 10 February 1898

m K A -p Owingsvillc Outlook. OVTIXfiSVILLE. KY SUBSCRIPTION, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. NoTirr. Obi tnsries. mentor isms, etc.. not toctcced SO word, i nTll free; ?l charged for each addi tional eighty word. Correspondents will please re rrcrnlvcr to alwavs niiil their i t-tt v si tint thcv will reach u on Men- !V. Tlii matter is seriously ini P'irtant to no. CLUBCING TERMS. The Ow!nesvHlc Outlook and fMthrr of tho following will be Kent for one year for tho price named: Outlook and Twlc-a-Woek Courier-Journal. $1 .50. Outlook and Weekly Cincin rati Commercial Tribune. O itlookand LoulsvilleWeek- ly Dispatch, $1 .70. TMTIJSIAY. FEB. 10. lS'.'S. . aipprt K'llnt.. of liammnrc. will tnVo a shy at fame by diov- critic the North Pole per submarine boat under the ice. Imhtou John L. Boslky. of tlie I'ari Reporter, wont to Wushinn- ton aiul secured for bimself the fine I'aris po'ntatcrship plum. Other thought thev lt:l it, hut Brer Boslev knew thiniisihcy hadn't thought of. Ilr i congratulated. ...

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 February 1898

ftoiiigiile fflne VOL. XIX. OWIN(JSVILLK, KKNTUCKY, THURSDAY, FK1UIUA11Y 17, 181)8. FOR LADIES ONLY. I will have a SPECIAL AUCTION SALE of LADIES' DRESS GOODS at my stoioon Hie afternoon of THURSDAY, EE 11. I7tli, 1898. Salo begins at 1 p. in. All are invited. Kespettfully, JAMES (JILLON. Get K ni ey k Oo.'s price before buying plows or gearing. Elder K. F. Parker will preach at W hue Oak Church next Sunday. The Oliver Chilled Plow is in creating in sale year by year. A. W. I? a scorn sold to Andy Knglish a pair of home mulct for $150 Monday. Why buy imitation when you cwHget an Oliver Chilled Plow? ' Born. Feb. ISth. to Mr. and MrsN LlameaConyers, of Prickly Ash, a laughter. All sites of Vulcan Plow point, at Jko. A. Ramsey k Co'. Peed k Goodpaster purchased of Jeff Davis, of near Revnoldsville, 68S0 lbs. of tobacco at 10c. If you would examine "The Ol. ver plow you would not nave an imitation. See Ramsey k Co, John L. Vice, of Bethel, bought her Monday a pair of work mules. for (1...

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 February 1898

f I ! i v V 1 ' -f .. - 7r L OwlnasvliiGjoutiook. a S. BSTILU Publisher. OWINOSVILLB. t : KENTUCKY. 3 1 FEBRUARY 1898. i Mm. Tm. Wed. Thit. Frt. 4 1 1 17 24 8 II 18 25 12 t .... T ill 14 15 22 16 20 21 23 28 A Kiiumch naturalist nam.-.l ..ilN-n has made the dm-orory at Ninu-s ili.it if a n -arrow is i.ul in llio Nam.- n ro with tinclir it will soon learn imi tate tlu-ir aonfr like a nuvkiu-r l.u.l; the chirping .f a rrit-kct. A" ajjrnt of an American linn lia inst been in Knirland. and w ith Lot ittla diAwHilly obtained irl.r for vBoti polf stH-ka, The Ain.-ri. aii ktick are Ih-IWt ma.lc and linisli. d than the Knphi.li owing to ilnprov.-.l ru.u-liiii.-ry and advanced methods of manufacture Tmt prince of Naples in rompil n an illustrated work on tlie coins .f Italy, inodrra and m.-diai-val. and i anxious lo have all ra-i-Mtri who pos sess rare Italian ruins coram uu irate with him. He liai a collection of W0, but there are 30,uOtl yet to lie ac counted for. OFru-IAU reports have bee...

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 February 1898

,-V..'-v J - ? .s. i v K A J3 3 i 1 - 1 .V .-" - - ,--l 7 - X IT7 r si APfontier ran in: txi i: tiic Ka- tlu-r tif 11 ik Coun try wait to 1m troMi'l,v luiinrtl in ;it lifria. M il U rn IukI ili ciit(i that itiiuht tu In! iIkiic, ami tlii metliiHl tif its rarrxiii); out a li fi to a coiiiinitti e ciiiihikling of Ihr ttir kofiT. tlio tra-h-rr, and cne of thr liMilinir caltlriiien rmiiiir PiLil. Iiad iii;-r ou lifd a li- III V "Of courae It aiu'i s.rt'''!T mitliinp about our honesty that r 1o tlitori of thinp." rrniarknl IUiril. ii. tSii- ram-In-forrnian, but it's the r iliinp to do.- Ye. Washinfrton was a fin oM ff ntli nian." atKlcil thr torrki,oHT.4air t irginiau i!iil will Ha ml In liim." "Miplity ni tliinp to honorini; flic loailor of a riMiIuiion." Iirxkv in a pruff iiit fruiii the rear of the ktore. It thr Kiip-lislinian who was uvir K'ciuj; thr f.-m inp of thr Olvuipir C'at 1lr oiiians nt laiuln. llr tiail l?ei! farmer orr in thr 'inimarrnn rniiii- tr. and wan a1was objecting 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. — 17 February 1898

Owingsviile Outlook. O.VIXC.SVlI.l.E. KY S JBSCRIPTION, SI YEAR IN ADVANCE. Noticf. Obit tiariew.nic niorinm?. etc., not toexei vd Mt onN. inserted free; ?1 charged for caeh addi tional eighty word. Correspondent iil please re rvi'nlfr ( B -,- ninil tlicir item that thev ill reach u on Mon day. Tiii matter i seriously im portant t' no. CLUBG1NG TERMS. The Ow'ngsvUlo Outlook and either cftlio follcwinR will bo pent for one year for tho price named: Outlook and Twico-a-Vcck Courier-Journal. S I .GO. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. VJ5I.40. i-O0tTooand LouisvilleWeek ly Dispatch. $1.70. T!1I'KS!AY. FFH. 17, ISPS. Tiir d"tnnpojut who denoiinee loude-t from the Mump what lie al J.-g,-. be despotic laws and in. th ods is oftentimes the worst real despot sf tlie fpcrim wh-n lie is clothed with hri f authority. Matoii MoKissok. defeated for the Ohio Senator-hip lr M. A. llannn. will carry hi ronte'l liolore the I". S. Senate. A llie Senate is free silver by a considerable...

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 February 1898

t IP flMnfnirhf 00k. i 1 VOL. XIX. OWINCJSVILLi; KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEMUTAKY !M, 1898. ISO. V I II II II II II II II II II II II II a. -v E to the world the I Born, last week, to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hart, of near l'reston, a son. The verdict of the people in" I he Oliver is good enough for me, See ad. of Vic ISloonilield Co They will move to the storehouse of James Oillon March 1st. . : : . , , The Oliver Mill leads, otuers 101- low. Ramsey k Co. t t C...U h. lw.t,t . i,m of half breed Norman horses work in hi freight wagon. The talk about otherchilled plows only advertises the Oliver. j Ilovt Warren and Miss Lillie'i Rogers, of Craigs, were wedded by ' Klder B. II. Koss at his home Feb.' 20th. All cites of Vulcan I'low points, at Jho. A. Ramsi:v & (jo's. TtTe"ii,r Cora iu issioiicYi sold tlie Maffvie rs Jjt -n ter street at public sale Monday J. B. Goodpaster for f 115. There are Oliver chilled plows in this county that have been in con stant use for thirty years. In Chicago Mo...

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 February 1898

- -' - m 1-V .- - r. V ouinosvlite omiO'JK. U 8 EVlLU rublUner. .- IXUSVILIJ. : KKNTl'tK rxH'TU Afkica pold mininjf com panies lat year t.W out S.V. ;.'.otxi io pold, of w hich Ik) per mil via-. .it.:aiil ed la Ui WilMaU-rarand litii i. I he greater ran of this amount hih i--duced liy a lew companies wliuli aid enormous dividends, rantrin Ir.-m 10 to 50 for cent, and in two ni-i;in. s 100 percent. f the capital. A YELLOW liK'I't ha lieen obtained with ineandkMvnt jrae hunter liv a German inventor at ktvfeld. He al tera the burner so that the i mi-Ilu-d at a pressure of three and a half --"niofctpliere. A kindle jet tf ordina ry size then emits a lirjlit of I.ii.hi ean dlc power, by m hieh tine lrml may ! read at a disLatiee of j0 feet from the light, al. lit ri.uk, the well known en gineer, ha laid Ik-fore the poveru menu of ripain and Moroivo a projet-l i or me construction ol a tunnel un ler the straits of Gibraltar. The ceca- Wn of this plan would have iniiueu-: ipiB)i-TiiiiM fen...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 24 February 1898

3 ... - . r s . f AT ' A"" if X aT mm e w tr t- STATE ODDS - v . A RESOLUTION fc linrt( ahaa UdrpnulHKf lidrudurrd th kraiartr lchilalarr. Fit am. tour. Ky., KeU. IS. -The fol lowing rvHolutioa was iutroiluced in llie Kentucky l.efUlHture Tliursilav n( will I- votetl uiu Friday. " Whereas, war is now tieinj? ma-feil y the uln patriots, for lilw-rty. Itome and country, ami when-as, the I'niUtl States, for her kiiuily t-iiileuvor in tryin-f to uruiv xaiv. autonomy for the iiiMirj-rvntii. Iia Uvn ri'H-atsi-ly insulu-d l.y the Spanish cov. rn Uient to aueh an rxtont as to no longer lie itliHtool: lv it K Milvt-l, ISy tlie-vnoral asst-mtily f tliestaU-of Kt'iitnoky, that t'ula is ami f riirht thoulti U- frtvaml inU'H-nilfiit and to sti'urr that ftul inini. .liau- .t-ps houhl be takt-n lv our IvpiVM'Ulativi' in conrrcKs and wnaton. to m-itrv the liU-rty and reMoro H aoe and forever renounce the r ht of Spain to govern uiil islamL IV it further Kekolved, That a eopy .if thest res lutioiiK ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 24 February 1898

Owingsville Outlook. OWIXGSVILLK, KY I ' ! 5 JBSCRIPTION, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE, j Notice. (Ibit imrit-K, nii-iii. ri hiii t-tc, not to exceed SO iril. inncrl-d free; fl charged for fc!i addi tional eighty rds. Correspondent will please re member to lsvs innil tlu-ir items tv tlmt they wiil rcnch 11011 Mon day. This mutter is seriously im portant t lis. CLUBBING TERMS. Owlncsvilio Outlook and either of the fc-llowinc will bo sent for one year for the price named: Outlook and Twice-a-Week Courier-Journal. SI .50. Outlook and Weekiy Cincin- rati Commercial Tribune, SI.40. Outlook and LouIsvilleWeek- ly Dispatch. $ 1 .70. ilUKSirAY. FKIi. 24. W8. Wik is a ful, horrible, hut it is sortie times absolutely necessary. T'ncle Sam i'l indulge in it when it is ncccssalV. not before. Thfkf i grave danger of a war displacement of G.t'iS2' tons. It Victwccti Gic.it ISritain and France j const ructed of steel and had growing out of the contention be- j armor varying from 12 inches thick tween expedi...

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 March 1898

? 'A ... . t VOL. XIX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAItCII 3, 1898. NO. "WE C03VC3VCE3STID SUCCESS, She - a II "7 II II V a-- - .A-- 1 V Hi And our business has been such a success since we have been among; you that we are now in the store room of James Gillon, 3 doors below the Christian ChurcK where we have more room and better light and a larger stock of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS. SHOES, HATS. CAPS, CARPETS, dUGS, FLOOR OIL-CLOTH, &c . which wo will continue to sell you cheap er than you can buy them anywhere in Eastern Ky. We appreciate the encouragement the good people of Bath Co. have given us in selling them goods here at home cheaper 'than they can buy them elsewhere. Why not buy your goods at. home? and we mean to say that you must buy them at home, and from us at that. A reaction has set in, and read the following reac tion prices, which we quote you for the NEXT TWO WEEKS. Brass Geade an Silks: doable (old dm good, all color. Wr at-ln.aaltluga, worth Be. Me W-ln...

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 March 1898

Owlnosvill6OiitlooK. U & ESTILU Publisher. OWINUSV1LI.E. : KENTUCKY. MARCH 1898. It U believed in lmdon that con flict between llritioh au.l l'r,iili force in Wet Africa ran not much longer De nrnni unless mere is a nge in th attitude of the French. TilJmi "njrinrliril more tflicc r YtuunitionTa the scene. At the birth of a Jaiancse ltby tree is planted which must remain un touched till the marriage of tlic 1 l-l. When that honr arrives the tree is cut down and a skilled cabinetmaker transforms the wood into furniture, which ia always cherished by the young couple a the most beautiful of the ornaments in the house. To show the manner in w hich silk is adulterated, an English chemist re cently analyzed a piece of silk with the following resalta: Real si k. 2S; water, 11; ash (mostly tin oxide and k; ltc.il. 14. SO; organic nutter, not a.U. i. Such silk become shabby in a few weeks, bat so rapi I are tlie rhanjres of fashion that it is said to Ik preferred by many purchaser. Trk m...

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 March 1898

r, t c f '. I 1 elv tri CT A TP nrvrkr. KENTUCKIANS . ww.e.- rails! . . . .. . i . f-paaila Miny s,i ltBIIf 1 uw Naval Kamaaakfi. rKAX.FOItT, Ky., Feb. CK. IJOT. Jlradley received oflicial information Sunday that the hattlebhip Kentucky would tte laum-hed March it. and at' STATE ODDS ram-ainirly issued the follow in if pr.vla- 'Miipp ami - Morton. t li.-r-.-i n Illation. I law. in Taylor county, near this lu.-o, "Havinp U-en definitely iiotilietl that Wednesday. The iliirl ervw out of n the g-reat tattut.iip Kentucky . ill lie fcml of Ion- Mainline U-tw.-cii tlie launched at N-;.urt News on the 24th men, ami for sensational feature-, lui f March nest, at 10 o'clock a, in., the ""' '"ecu equaled in tin-, section. Mcil coile tf Kt-uturky are now requested ncsday afternoon Miipp was passing to suow ly their patriotic actum ud that ofra-.iou that they are not un mindful f ,e compliment bestowed on therji and the atate. "VV..IM O. riiKirv, tiovoruor of Keutucky." It is 8uppoacd the pover...

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 March 1898

Qwingsville Outlook. OWINGSVILLE. KY SJBSCRIPTirN, SI YEAR I ADVANCE. NoTirr. Obittiaries.rocmorianis, etc., not to exceed 80 words, inserts! fro; fl charged for each addi tional eighty word a. Correspondents will p1ee re mind r to always mail their item s that they will roach us on Mon day. This matter is seriously im portatit to lis. CLUBBING TERMS. TTio Owlncsville Outlook and either of the following will be sent for ono year for the price named: Outlook and Twico-a-Wcok Courier-Journal, $1 .50. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. $1.40. Outlook and LouisvilleWeek- ly Dispatch, $1.70. TUl'USDAY. MARCH 3. 188. Tuc Goelnl Election l'ill ought to be entitled "An Act Providing for the Meal'ng of Elections with out Risk of Punishment." Thct are going to try to make out Mate I liairman 1. P. Johnston bolter. There is no knowing hat ia the limit of a "thaw until it is bitten off. A paktt ia far beyond the fait pet re stage of salvation when such a violent measure as the G...

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 March 1898

(ill MIL Sfi VOL. XIX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1898. NO. 34. M f J si 1,1 v '. ' , ' ' '". t. . ' ..... . t I. ' ' 9 - ?... fI - .V V t,..- : And our business has been such a success since we have been among you that we are now in the store room of James Gillon, 3 doors below the Christian Church, where we have more room and better light and a larger stock of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS. SHOES, HATS, CAPS, CARPETS, dUGS, FLOOR OIL-CLOTH, &c, which we will continue to sell you cheap er than you can buy them anywhere in Eastern Ky. We appreciate the encouragement the good people of Bath Co. have given us in selling them goods here at home cheaper than they can buy them elsewhere. Why not buy your goods at. home? and we mean to say that you must buy them at home, and from us at that. A reaction has set in, and read the following reac tion prices, which we quote you for the NEXT TWO WEEKS. Brass Oeees arte Silks: Mr douhl fold drma nil colon, . . ' B-la. snlttnca. ...

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 March 1898

i t 5 . -j 1 V J baa OwInQSYlIl6OUtl00K. IX ft KSTILU Publisher. oWINi.SVILLE. . : KENTUCKY. MARCH 1898. t iSm. Mm. Tm. WsI.JTbuT. Frl. 6 7 8 9 jO TTT T5 J7 18 20 2? 22 23 2? 25 1 27 28 29 30 26 I Tbb appointment of ex-King Milan M general-ia-chirf of the Servian army is assigned to a curious raUM-. King Alexander's mother, rx-tjuct-n Natalie, it aeetua. art such a pair in dress ami court festivities that the iU-lraiif lmv hand could not stand it Titer rciii.m atrated with Uie kin?, and, a' the stir .jst way to keep Natalie out of llw cai- si. her auMdlhrift husband iu Tm regular army of China is .aid to consist of S2S.0.NJ men. Ik-bide this, the emperor a army, there is a national army of G.0.000 men, who are paid aUtut one dollar a month. Hut in couidcra tion of this munificence are reuired to feed themselves. The cavalry re ceives S3 a month, feed their own horses, and. if they are lokt or killed, are required to replace them out of the pay given by the government. Aboard the Vis...

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 March 1898

- V u STATE NEWS ITEMS. CONSCIENCE MONEY. 4 To Tkaaaaad IkilUn fatal ta KapmaaT iaa Laataatltr IHMrlct. ta s I'bM law thr l alwl Mln Trraaary. 1aH'ivii.i:, Ky., March 7. "lice-rived of unknown parties the sum of ',), alleged by them to tar due the I'nitetl Mates port'riiuu'nt at lake vu whisky ia bond in lsns in the state of Kentucky, said take licintf withheld by ankuowa parlies at the time. ".'Haul E. K. Saw, "Collector Internal lteveuuc. Fifth 'Kentucky IMstrict. March ., IXVK" This receipt was given an unknown man by Collector Sapp after the atrangw had counted out fi.sOtt in (Told. It itik conscience moucv. The alranprr explained himself to Col lector Sapp as follows: "I represent parties now living in a dislaut Mate, la 1KM they lived in Kentucky and de frauded the povcrniiicnt out of con siders hlr money in whisky taxes. How it waa done wakes no difference to . The parties 1 represent are con scious stricken; they want to return the motley with interest. Will you pit me a rec...

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 March 1898

Owingsville Outlook. OWINGSVILLE. KY S JBSCRIPTION, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. Notice. Obitoariee.memoriams. etc, not toexwd 80 won!, inserted free; fl charged fur each addi tional eighty words. ('nrn-tnonilpnts mill tilease re member to always mail their items member to always mail their items M that they will reaeh u on Mon day. This matter is seriously iiu- d portant ti us, CLUBBING TERMS. The Owlnesville Outlook and either of the following will be sent for one year for the price named: Outlook and TwIce-a-Week Courier-Journal. $1 .50. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. $1.4-0. JOutlookand LouisvilleWeek- Brratch, $1.70. THURSDAY. MARCH 10, 1R98. The 1'opulit.ts are generally vio lently opposed to the Goebc! Flec tion bill. The Ky. Senate killed the Orr Tobaeeo bill, and the Louisville warehousemen breathe easy once more. Miles, pit yer gun out ; Long, draw yer p' navy ; Gyarlie Pudiiin's com in over; Le's aop 'im in the gravy ! Gold ia pouring in from abroad gain. I'p t...

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 March 1898

9' V ft 1 VOL. XIX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1898. NO. 35. ilie 00t w mi IVS" 1 II II if I -t r r S a Of all the new ideas niiiiam, bbess loess and rjoiiorjs. I have all the latest styles in Madras, Percales, Ginghams, Woolen Goods and Trimmings, White Goods, Lawns and Dimities. The first week in April I will have an opening of all the latest and nobby things in Mil I IMFRY goods sold at the very lowest prices. I ask for a liberal share 1 I ILL 11 lLtfli 1 of your patronage. Very Respectfully, MRS. D. S. ESTILL Oliver gave chilled plow. to the world the " Sftas Corblftold a two-year-old ball for $50 last week.. The Oliver still leads, others fol low. Ramsey Co. The buds are bursting and the btuegrase is greening up nicely. Try a Vulcan one time, and yon will use no other Chilled Plow. Clover Seed at S3 per bushel at Brother 6 Good paster's. Tobacco-bed burning was all the jro with the farmers last week. The verdict of the people isMThe Oliver Is good enough for me....

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 March 1898

4 V. . v i. - -. I J OwlDQSYiiie outlook. IX BSTILU Publlakw. OWIXUSVILLB. t : KENTUCKY. Dkmitb the fact that we hare few hips on the high seas we managed to naintaia our supremacy in Hawaiian shipping last year. Ships carrying the American flag entered at Hawaiian porta numbered 2!A, while the ships f nil the other nationalities numbered only 14L Impbisoxed miners eaa be supplied with food and air by a newly patented conduit system, consisting of a k-rii'i of pipes, to be laid through the mine shafts, with branch pipes running; around each section to be used if the main nine should be crushed by toavr inflexible cooTeyor being- run through the pipe to carry the fond. L 4 la the royal family of England the order of precedence among men is thus: The sovereign, the prince of Wales, the other atma of the sovereign in the order of their age, the sover eigns grandsons, the brothers or hit ters of the sovereign. the sovereign's uncle, and finally the sons of the brothers or sisters of the...

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 March 1898

t I . .1 v i . - i -- - I i KILL1M! K SSTEI'IIEX. One f the Sublimest Deaths of All History. lJke la Nertvr Kiaai) t, ih Knwaa M, AMt I MiytrrtkrUorln of ii-m'rm U Hat lxOrn HI altw,-TltaBi;e . SarmooA Tlie diM-ourx- of r. Talinaire which iil out ii viv'ul Morj- of martyr loin. antl a ratunua view of tlie v or 1.1 conic. Text, Acta vii., V.-10: "Itcjiold, 1 m-c the licavvrta iviKtl," Kteplien ha I licen rui-acliinjj a rous Injr Kertnou. ami tlu- people coul.l not taml it. Th.-v n-lvc.l Uulo as nu n -oin-tiiiH-K nouht like In do in this.lay. if tlwc tlart-.l, w ith mhiw plain prraclirr -f rii-iitttuiMit'si. - kill him. The onlv i Mii-nn' IIiik man is to knock ' the tireatli out of him. So tlicv iiinIk-.I Stephen uut of tlu crate- of the citv, an. I with ctir-se ami mhoup, and la-How they l.roujjlit liim to the cliff, ax was the cus tom when thcj- wanted to l:ike away life by fctooinjf. Ilavin-; lroii'lit him to the etljre of the cliff they pushed him er. After he had fallen they came...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
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