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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 17 March 1898

f . r 3 ! J Owingsville Outlook. OWING S VI LLE. KY. 8'JISCRIPTION, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. TUCKSDAY. MARCH 17, 1898. The Legislature forgot to change the name of the State to Goebcland. Tbc Ky. Senate adopted a gag rule io order to pas the Goebel Election bill over the Governor veto. Thk Ky. Register of the Land Office abolishment Mil ia one that the Governor and Legislature agreed upon and that olllc-e is no more. Tbc Broneton Prison Commis sion plums went to Henry George, of Graves county; J. M. Richard son, of Barren, and Kdward Fen noil, of Harrison. Tnt Election Commission under theGorhel law are ex-Cbicf Justice Wat. S. Pryor, of Henry eountr Cept. V. T. Ellis, of OweneWo, and Chas. B. Pr.rntz, of Maysville. e Iloue and Senate furnished remarkable example of patriotism in voting the President a f 50,000, 000 emergency defense fund with out a dissenting vote. SMBBSBwaaaBWawaai Dkh-iti the Spanish denials, there is much testimony from vari ous and independent sources that t be harb...

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 March 1898

W7f mmum i VOL. XIX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1808. XO. 3IJ. V. 7 r. r . witn mm Of all the new ideas in IIUCIBV. BBISS GOODS and rjOTIOTJS. 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 IN FRY A11 00(ls 8oW ut tno yvry lmvest prices. I ask for a liberal share J llLLll 1L1 1 of your patronage. Very Respectfully, Oliver irave chilled plow. to the world the Keri Swetnam told to SV Vm. D. of hogs Tonf last week 41 head Rt $3.30 per cwt. The Oliver till leads, others fol low. RtmNT Co. John Wesley Hedge, the five-year-old son of Frank Hedge, the colored barber, died Saturday inornlag of pneumonia. Try m Vulcan one time, and you will use no other Chilled Plow. A Ex-Sheriff J. W. Lane was iwg a sow's nose to keep berf rioting p his grass last week. -I,.1 B S KI I his fingers got in the sow's mouth I amd sue ...

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 March 1898

. .4 7 ' 0 '- t 1 . -a 1 . i. f I . I t . j i - - H s . - - ' 4 s - .ft V A. OWlnOSVlll6OUtlOOK. n & ESTILL. 1'ublliuer. 0TINiSVlL!.B. : K KNTlTrK A FKW years ago our mar ships Hera manned very largely l-y foreigner, but 333 of i.'ul men l.u.1 with the Main. were horn in the I'nited states, ami all but 19 of the Ixalaiice lia.l taken out Batnralirmtion papers. The- uVures sustain the statement that the average of Anicri.-aus in our navy is higher than ithas been since tin' war. A ingenious miik aaU-rfall de vised by M. tiallhar.it has utlra.t.'l attention at the I'aris era halls. It ik made of tulle stretched on frames imitating the curve f a fall lieliiml it little t reams of water are dix barged through perforated ixra against a ux-tal plate, N) u to throw a si'i av upon the tulle. When the electric light is played on thia the rlT.-cl is magical. Tlik priiieem of Montenegro. th beautiful mother of the erown princ -s T Italy, baa been viMtiug l;..in.- an I the Koniaux by wearin...

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 March 1898

3 THE JOl'liNEY OF IIACiAl J 1 " With Ishmael, Through th Desert and the Lesson It Teaches. Fa (an, -WattrT and Thirsty AhrahataTa Irflaaked to HnM for Nosrlah I aewt l-'ats-nat It iNtenwllnv r- W Kara. Talautr, la. It, IV. Talma-rc's MTiuim Sunilav was Cen.. xxi.. "And tio.1 ax nid her , anal she Mir a well af wat.r; ami .he tvcllt anal filled tin- Itaattla- i t it water anal (rave tin laal alrink." Moroiii&r tra!ai tiii laa-r-lia-l'a. There is an early stir in the luiu of old Alirahatr. 'Hit-re has tatu troul ! nniamif t lie tlomakt.fs. Ilapar, an av it-tai.t in the household, anal hT ain, trik latl .f Irt years, have Iwa-oino impudent a:td inthila-nt, and Sarah, the mi bin's of the housaliol.l, put hrr fata dow n Va ry hard and say a that llta'y 'H haw to U avo the pramiM-n. Tlu-y art rtatkiuir u;t now. Abraham, knaiwin-; that the jaiurney Ivfttre Iiik tvrtrant and liar ham on. til ! Va ry lung and aerate ala-sadata plains, in tlte kindua'kt af hi heart hi ts altamt tutlliir ...

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 March 1898

r r i - v. Owingsville Outlook. OWINGSVILLE. KY SUBSCRIPTION, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. THURSDAY. MARCH 21, 1898. Tint war situation ma y be nnime". up I him: The authorities arc bonding every energy to he pre pared for hostilities at the shortest notice, whether war eomc ly rea son of the destruction of the Maine fr because of Ftcps to end the On ban struggle. Much of the prep ration have a permanent value. such a the planting of heavy ar tillery on the sea coast, repairing, rompirting, and purvliaflng war ship, and securing ammunition. The other preparation are valuable in drilling the W ar and Navy de parttnents for an emergency. The tio-t will be well expended if never a flint l fired between She two na tiona over the prevent contentions. A "iai-Mch journal correspond- t claim to have a copy of a let ter written by Gen. Hutcher"Wey- ler atating that Havana hnrlmr wa loaded and hoping a Spanish hand would punish the insult of sending an American warship there, which it important new, 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. — 31 March 1898

She XT 001L VOL. XIX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1898. ISO. 37. mm PLOVVSi Farmers, you want TBI lESTl 0 TheTTACH CXUID. Tbe E2HUTSTHL, k Few flhe WE at Mrs. Estill's arc the new Ginghams, from 5c to 15c per yd. in all desirable colors. These Goods Are Bargains. 1 lot of Lawns at 4c; sold everywhere at file. Good Calicos at 3k. The latest styles in Woolen Dress Goods from 25c to 81.25. FREE TICKETS. Free tickets to the Old Maids' Convention given with every pur chase of three dollar at the Blcb Fbost Cah Stosk, Vie Bloomfield A Co. Oliver gave chilled plow. to the world the Born, March J4th, to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Crooks, of Flat Creek, a son. The Oliver at ill leads, others fol low. Ram Co. Elder Elbert Dawaos will preach at White Oak Church the fourth Sunday in April at 11 o'clock. Clover Seed at f 3 per bushel at Brother A Good paster's. Blue Front Cah Store is selling good cheaper than anyone elae. The talk about other chilled plows ealy advertises th Oliver. Our...

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 March 1898

Owinosvinc outlook. D. a KSTIL.U Publisher, o WINDS VI LLE. t t KENTUCKY. As WE hare smokeless owdcr, so wa Day hare, if CoL llunilK-rt'srun proves to be success, a noiseless ti rearm, and thee the result will be io cae uf w ar a smokeless, noiseless battle. The new frua is so made as to prevent a fla-.li and to exclude the air from abruptly entering- the piece, sueh entrance bring the chief cause of tlie dctoua tion. BiavABCK, it ia aaid authentically, has llelM-ew blood, derived from bit maternal grandfather, hence his friend' ship for the Jems and his iimkine; of Itaroa llorichrocdcr bis financial ad viser and confidant. A fact not reii rrally known is that some of the cap tains of William the Conqueror were Hebrews, and transmitted their blood to many of the greatest of the old Nor man families of Knglud. Brasia is beginning to honor her Siberian explorers. A statue is to I hi erected at Chabarowsk, on th Amur, of rtrshnew, the Cossack who went by aea ia 1H from the river Kolyma...

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 March 1898

V ." " . - . , - 3 i a. ft . '. r i -V--J -riCCOIJlUXG TO TALENTS All of Us Will Be Judged Of! the Last Day. Omr CnliiiMi at Klrtk mmm Kirll lnfl mnrmm That May Maw KarmiM I s Will H Italy r..ldrn-AU tin at rt-alr4 tqaal - K-. Ut. Talasagr's KrniM. IV. Tallin took for iiU text Mat thew vii., : -With what measure ye suete, tt hall lie measured to you .rain." Id the prcaU-.-t sermon ever preach a M-rmou aWmt l. minute ltir, according to thr ordinary rate of atpeech sermon on the Mount of (lives, the preacher sitting while lie .poke, aeeorditifr to the ancient mode f oratory, the people were piven to understand that the same yardstick that they employed npon others would be employed upon themselves. Mras tire other by a hanh rule, and you will be measured by a harsh rule. Measure others by a charitable rule, and yon w ill lie measured by a char itable rule, tiive no mercy toothers and no mercy w ill In- p-iven to you. "With w hat measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you aain." Ther...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 31 March 1898

1 ;--- i.. : k- - - a-. v3 . . -. - : i '. I J ;5V.f . i k , r . r 5 ' T". ,.' i m - i Owingsville Outlook. OWINGSVILLE. KY. SUBSCRIPTION, SI YEAR IN ADVANCE. Notice. -Ohit ua rics.mcmori am , etc., not toexeced 80 words. insertd frc; 1 charged for each addi tional eighty words. Correspondent will please re member to always ronil their items en that titer will reach us on Mon day. This matter U seriously im portant to ua. CLUBBING TERMS. The Owlnesvilie 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. 9 1. AO. "Outlook and LoulsvilleWeek ly Dispatch, $ 1 .70. THURSDAY. MARCH 31. 1898. The war situation, aa indicated by Tuesday's dailies. is that diplo mary is still the only weapon in active service. Kut the temper of Congree seem to be "Free Cuba or tight," and President McKinley is fearful that Congress will lose II patience and tske the initiative...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 7 April 1898

"V 1 VOL. XIX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, ARRIL 7, 1898. NO, 38. A Few of 111 BE EARLY PLOWSI Farmer's, you wantTHE BEST! The VULC"aN CrllLLED; Yoa Woaid olii IP aim Pick Fr The BRINLEY STEEL, i 3- m m "4 I I -A 1 'it A Jw A I. nt Mrs. Estill's arc the new (jiiighnms, from 5c to 15c per yd. in nil desirable colors. These Goods Are Bargains. 1 lot of Lawns at 4c; sold everywhere Styles in Woolen Dress Goods from 25c to Mary, Mary, quite contrary. How doe your franlen jm?" "Tntera is fris, 1ukIhU in bii All's kivrred up with snow." Our Silk Wain are the newest thing out, at Mm. Estill's. Tbc small-po seare I abating omewhat at the Kentucky town where it appeared. Oliver gave chilled plow. to the world the Jessie B. Kring.ot Upper Lick is;, got aa iaerease of $8 to f 17 in fcis peaaioa. The Oliver etill lead, other fol low. Ramsey Y Co. Grafton Johnson and family have removed from bethel to the John F. Conner property on Slate Avenue. The rerdict of the people is"The Oliver is go...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 7 April 1898

Owlnosvlll6OutlooK. D. & BST1LU rubtlsucr. OWINiJSVIM.E. : KEXTUt KV owwa.wVi APRIL 1898. It It X Sit 2t -It 23 t 30 f Skxatok Mamik's constitueuts have frivcn lurthor proof of their rrtranl by prrx-ntinjr t Mr Maxm a portrait In oil of her son lja.yreiicc, who died IB lMtt. Octi. Khodkn has mm pot hi preat African telegraph lire wurUiiijf from 'aTe"'"Toi a to let on the Zambesi, and poles op far as I.akc Xyaksa. That briups hi in iUiiu 1.000 milts of "frauds. The Sirdae is about to move am khartooin. currying- a tclcpraph line with him. Another .vear, there fore, may easily see an unbroken line in working order (nm the delta to the rape. Koa cleaning optical Unvi a tier man technical journal recommend xepe table pith. For this purpose the medulla of raphes, elder or sunflowers ia cut oat, the pieces dried and pasted biuply along hide of one another mv.u a piece of cork, whereby a bru.-di-iiae apparatus is obtained which is pasM-d over tlte surface of the lens. For very til nil ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 7 April 1898

r-6 n ii ri -t ii CofTlht. VHAPTK1S I. The train stopped at Siilinpton just tortf? enough to havr a trunk thrown off mil allow one iMiKKfiip'r to aliplit. 'i'lie trunk warn mine, the passenger mvwlf. Then tlie train went on upiin, theru ffina puflinfr and liiiiifr in a vain at tempt to acquire aiuMi-nly the irreatest peed, aeniiii)rly in (jri-at iinp.-itirii-e that it had been -iiim'II1 to Mop at II which a not to lie wondered at: for, when 1 pared around, from wh(U 1 could tiee, Siilinjrton was notliinp more than a station house, a few milea of railroad, and a wide stretch of hilly wintry. There va a young fellow of aliout my ape ctanilinir in the doorway of thewait-tnp-room. He waa reardinp me with evident curiosity. I MepK-d up to him. "Where is the staion opent ?" I asked, nS'hy, I'm the apent," the fellow re plied, in drawiinp tones. "Isn't there any town here.orat least a, settlement? Is this " Keepinff my arm around in a comprehensive jresture "is this all there is of Si.liii...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 7 April 1898

s 'A r f i i Owingsvilie Outlook. OWIXGSVILLE. KY SUBSCRIPTION, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. Noticb. Ohitiiaries.menioriams. etc., not tocxceed 80 word, inaert-d fw; fl charged for each addi tional eighty word. Correspondent will please re member to elwavs mail ther item an that they will reach ua on Mon day. Thia matter ia seriously im portatit to ua. 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. $1.40. Outlook and LoulsvilleWeek ly Dispatch, $1.70. HURSOAY, APRIL?. 189S. la Tuesdav'a dailies all waa spec Illation aa to what President Me- K in Icy would recommend in his message in regard to Cuba. The rloaeat Influence to him ia aaid to favor peace at almost any price The ablest Senators and Kepresen tat ivea are aaid to he opposed to any course that would precipitate war. These, however, are a small minority in either hous...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 14 April 1898

i Ie .4 .1 VOL. XIX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, ARRIL 14, 1898. NO. 39. ittoli - I I ! ! t ! tit the world the Easter Sunday wan Wight and pleasant until toward evening. The Oliver still leads, others lol low. Ramsey t Co. Silas Corbin bought of Samuel Lath ram a yearling bull for $37.50. The talk about otherchilled plows only advertises tlio Oliver. The reported case of small pox at Mt. Sterling proved to be chicken-pox. The verdict of the people is"The Oliver is good enough for me. I have a fine, 4-year old, 16 hand. black Jack I wish to farm. J. II. Goonr astir. All sizes of ulcan I low points, at Jko. A. Ramsey fc Cos. Pneumonia is remarkably preva lent amongchildren throughout the ounty. Wa have made you happy with the Oliver; now you need the Brown Double Shovel plow. Ramsey & Co. The onlv real bargains to be found in Omingsville are at Mrs. Est Ufa. John E. Fleming bought of O. W. McKincvan a 3-vr.-old bay horse for 85. ' You caa rely on everything that you buy from...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 14 April 1898

Owlngsville Outlook. & ft CSTILU Publisher. OWINOSVILI.E : KKNTlTt K i A SONQ OF HOME. wandered north and south; la assay land I've hfon. But on small apot alona Am I contented in. a ai there tha roaea bloom. And there the daisies nod Far home, my humble home, I thank tha gracious Uod. Tka dory of the east. Tha splendor of the rl, The pomp of prince and kins. Are but hollow Jeet. Give ana tha sunny stream. The (rasa and frajrrant sou for home, my harry home, I thank the kindly OoO. Tha rala upon the roof. Tha robla tn hla tree. And almple fare and health. And peace and Uherty v'b. areater boon to auk. Had I Merlin rod? For home, my pleasant home, 1 thank the (rentte Uod. Moreover, at my aide. Wheel alnirlnK. full of cheer, Tha Messed wife of youth " With deer at love I hear. y more and more y path are anrvl trod! For borne, my oyful home, 1 thank the living: Ood Ohloairo Kewa. A CLEW BY WIRE Or. Aa krterrmwteel Carrwrt. IT HOWARD M. YOST. CawricK. i. by J. B. Liraiacott C. 4nBaA...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 14 April 1898

THE MESSAGE. The President flsks lor tflutticritytoTaKe Measures ToTcrmlnaie Hostilities CuDa and Estab!is?i a Sta tic Government. in To Use Military and Naval Force if Necessary for Those Purposes. The President I Prepared to Carry Out Every Obllg-it ion Imposed hy the CcaMution. TIm Wrrrh f th Maine Mmw That tipta to AM I (iMrmlM M-rrtt tm I wiHi rtM4 the rM-t of l nb Kpl ha; c-ts A rMtrm !. Wakhiih.t)i April II. The prr-u1ont Mtn- I dv tttt ttw fallowing mo-a,v to the tHiiv havf itw l'tinNl tait - , Ohrili4itt tothat mctpt if the ctiiitutim vrhtrh rotnmantt iho rc-i int toio from ' I'.mr t litu th ewin., tnf rmatnm ( the rtatr tf iter wiumv ami t nN'.wmcad to ihfir : cwistMWMioii Mih m aurr a hi h.ill ju.K-e and rpNlieut. it hrvonii's my lut ; avktrraa yMr boly with ; paamr4 to ttw rrv rr1i tbat kaa ariaen in tlx rotation of ihr t7KHI Statra t Spaia ly rram of thf m ar fare tkat for more than thrvr y'an ha ra'tM la tW atrhhortn-r WUihI at t uha, 1 lo - rtunr M ih iuiituaur oo4in-...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 14 April 1898

Owingsville Outlook. OWINGSVILLE. KY S JBSCRIPTION, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. Notick. Obit uartcs.mcnioriam. etc.. not ti--i'.'l SO word, inserted free: l charged fur each addi tional eighty word. Correspondents mill pirn re member t alwavs mail their items so that they will reach u on Von- jr. This matter is seriously im portant to u. CLUBSING TEHtfS. The Owlnesvilte Outlook and either of the following will be sent for one year for the price namd: Outlook and TwIc-a-Woek Courier-Jourrwil. $1 .50. Outlook and Weekly Cincin r?ti Commercial Tribune. $1.40. Outlook and LoulsvilloWeek v Dispatch, $1 .70. T.Il'RSPAY. A I'lil f. U. lsi"S. Latest War News. Tuesday" papers brought the test of the President's message to Congress regartlinglheCiilian ques tion. It is in this issue of Thk Ol"TI.OOK. The nwssage said to be a great disappointment to the majority of Congress, though the House is dis posed to follow the President, while the Senate threaten to take the matter in its own bands. Such a cur...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 21 April 1898

rrr. fuwr O i "It. it 4 f t Ay VOL. XIX. OWINGSV1LLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, ARRIL 21, 1898. NO. 40. Sffhip 0OL V X IV ylV M II II II It. t V II II II II rw VX V t- J Dress f ; ' a avre beau 8 d r 1 X -a. to the world chilled plow. Garden-making is all the go now, The Oliver at ill leads, other fol low. Ramsey k Co. The onlr real bargains to be found in Owinesville are at Mrs. Estill's. Many farmers report that tobae co plant are djing from tha effect! of the late f reegee. You can rely on everything that you buy from Mre. Estill being the latest style. The "genuine Brown is at the head of the Double Shovel Plow family. Try one. Do not forget that Mrs. Estill will sell vnu the prettiest hat for less money than any one in town. Why not plant your corn with a Drill? You can increase the yield -J per cent. Ramsey Co. Vyon seen those new Woolen Roods at -Mrs. Kstill's? They ties arid the latest things ut. R. F. Tapp on Monday sold to a Mr. Hart, of Olympia, an 8-year- old bay horse for f 9...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 21 April 1898

Owinasvliie ootiooK. Dl ft KSTIL.U Publisher. WVINOSVILLS. t J KENTUCKY. FIREWORKS OF THE FIELD. xlmea burning tn the ttuahea. sometimes I aieamlrur In tha skv. Use cleans from a, dream, or a fragment X sunbeam. Sparkling apaneiea on the darkness htch Ilka golden Ingots aeem. (Unking light. In thy flight, swift winced snaa-net of the night, Daat toon kooar. email electrician, thou haat left an a a out of slKht? Flaaae aa Beet, lacking heat, thou canst atidlf aa repeat What our beat Inventor oox et and seek for. ta be beat. Vow ronfeaa, aille or leaa that thy secret mar hleas (low thr flk-kertnit Kama la kindled mlnua money or distress: Bow thr clear and ateady lamps burn through ralna and dear damiw. fill the meadow pearled with moisture look Ilka countleaa lighted mn. Past thoa ever cross thy wires, doat thou atnita by thy on Area, ftaat thoutiDtV fire alarm when thy email natba to rlae aspires? urchins run and ahout. And thy flame aome think ao tame all reg ulations puts to rout "...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 21 April 1898

-'-.-v. -., ---- s..?-; '- '" -Vr. P. 3 5 5. ' 3 1 V r i . 7 1 I STATE NEWS GEORGE PORTWOOD a n uuai Max for Iki Hunlw ai Klrkard rarktaa, I I.kin;ton. hr., April lrt.--;.:'rire i A. IWlwiNxl. h hli.it aud iustant.lv kilW Uiclianl I'urkiiiM in this city Tliurxlav aftrrmxm. plca.lc.t jruillv i'l th circuit nmrt Friday ami Ilia trial vas M l for mxt Woiitioxtlay. After havinjr it rXlainM t hiiu that lie Uirlit to plead not iriiilty if ho lliouj-ht lie had, any eause for killing I'urkinx. lie auM'iiileil hi plea atvonlinirlv. fort w.khI mix a lie ha hail a loa.l on liih mind ever mih I'll rki lis had hiiu arresteii and aent to tile . rk house, tive yean, ajro, and lie colli. 1 not pi I any rest until Ik- had killed I'urkinv Now that 1'urkin. is dead he says he flK Ifller and is a-rferlly content to Horn- I Ik law to take its eourse. He ax lie is willing to hang for the mur ler. 1'here is a Iwlief that 1'ortwtMsl itin aane. His father, tuimy 1'ortvto.Nl, tied in the insane aluiuat St. J...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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