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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 26 May 1898

V -J- b r c K .t t la t s US 9 1 r f' r Uwingsville Outlook. OWIXGSVILLE. KY S JB3CRIPT10N. SI YEAR IN ADVANCE. Notice. Ohitiiries.iiwniriani. tc, not to exceed 80 word, insvrt-d free; fl charged for rach addi tional eighty nords. Correspondents will please rc-nit-mU-r lt alware uinil their items I lint tliev will reach ti on Mon day. TliU waiter is seriously port ant to us. CLUBBING TERMS. The Owincsvilie Outlook and either of the following wilt 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 LouisvilleWeek ly Dispatch, $l.eo. Outlook and Louisville Daily Evening Post, $2.85. THURSDAY. MAY 26, 1H98. Latest, Tuesday, lay 24. There it nothing late from the squadron after Cervera unles the Government knows it, and.it won't tell, though onejrriter say official WaehingteflTlH-litve Cervera bot tled up. It it reported at Key West that a bis cruiser of the enemy captured the ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 2 June 1898

pike lie VOL. XIX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1898. NO. 46. Tobacco Hoes all sizes and price at J no. A. Ramsey Co. . Strawberries are plentiful and cheap. Celebrated tiger Hay Rake. Full line. Jno. A. KAUetr k Co. The apple crop will light one. be a very The only real bargains to be found in Owingsville are at Mrs. Estill's. The prospect for a good black berry crop is promising. Itave you seen the Walter A. Wood Tubular Steel Mower? It is a daisy. Decoration Day (Monday) was observed here privately only. A full line of Walter A. Wood Tubular Steel Mowers. All sites at Jno. A. Ramsey k Co.'s. Spring chickens are ripe and can t plucked off the vine accordingly. You can rely on everything that you buy from Mrs. Estill being the latest style. Cherries ara getting ripe, and cherry cobbler will soon be in ev idence. The "genuine Brown" is at the bead of the Double Shovel Flow family. Try one. Garden vegetation is growing nicely, and all whose digestion is good will soon beg...

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

'-"V . - t I 1 -I :.--.! . - . m ". . . -. ' " . . . v a . ' . Owinosviii6ootiooK. n BSTILU Publisher. OWtNOSVILt-B. t s KENTUCKY GOING ALONE. WKh curia In th sunny sir tossing. With light In th merry bright eyes. With laughter ao clearly out ringing A lauch of delight and surprise; Ail friendly assistance disdaining, Aad trusting no strength but lis own. The past feara and trials forgotten. The baby la "going alone." How often the help he has needed Has carelemily at raved from his side: The band of the loved one to sustain him. His tottering footsteps to guttle. Be, b has fallen anile reaching for eun beama Which Just aa ha grasped them have own: And tears of vexation have followed But bow ha la "going alone." Alt through Ufa ha will learn Tula lesson again and again. Ha wtU carelessly lean upon shadows. H will fall and weep over the pain. Ho will learn what a stern world me live In, And he may grow cold like the rest; But keep a warm aunny welcome For those who are truest and hea...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 2 June 1898

a m I i 1 V A . w , a 2 . . if f i i r ' -J st v - a v.' V i ' ' V' .: --t ton. . . ;-. ' ' :..;. ... ' 1..- t wfrM e-frfrt e fre-tcc efrtfrte STATE ODDS PATRIOTIC KENTUCKIANS. Thry Tarn Oat by TliMUUlf la Hear Vol. Walwraon fcprak aad (he at-ade at l.rklacto. I.i-xim.ix.n, Kr Mav VS. - I ii,lnv " a Krntiit'k.v lay and a t ri'iiuinUus croavil ua in town to Millions the Wil liam para.lo ami lu-ar !. Ilonry Wat- , torn aildr the K. nlm-Uy volun- . N-otva tf excursion trains ne run from ail parts of the statc and it is llievfj tlio largest rnd of atranpi-ra ever wi n in the city wait liere. Col. Ivreckinr'ulv introduced C'oL Watterson, who la-tran i.x'alini.' j 1 3 o'clock. Three liuudrcit school t hildrrn kant; patriotic airs when the ' Vranpcr entered the ("rounds. In the rarade were the Tirst rceinu nt. Ken- tucky volunteers. State college cadets, ami the lives of three men. The sec ritr t.flicialv Kuiirhts of lYthias and ond and third tires coiisum d the en- other order v The Srd r...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 2 June 1898

v;, y- ii. Ad i; t r t f . li m r 1 Owingsville Outlook. OWINGSVILLE. KY SUBSCRIPTION, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. Notice. Obitnaries.tnemoriams. tc, not toexcecd SO word. inserted fire: f 1 charged for euch addi tional eighty words. Correspondents will please re member to always mail their items that they will roach us on Mon day. This matter ia seriously im portant to u. 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. $1.30. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. $l.4dr utlookandLoulsvilleWeek' ly Dispatch. $1.60. Outlook and Louisville Daily Lvonfne Post, $2.85. THURSDAY. J TNE 8, lrfN. Latest, lay 31st. The embarkation of troops a Tampa, Florida, has begun. It i believed they are bound for Santi a?o to make a combined land and attack on the fortifications and Dervera'a squadron. About 15,000 will go, nearly all regulars. The volunteers under the first rail mustered in...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 9 June 1898

- 4 is 'V t I 9 I VOL. XIX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1898. NO. 47. (till (fPtmrrnrtit 001 i ii ii ii . 'A V T ft A, Tobacco Hoes all size and prices at Jno. A. Ramsey Co. s. Mrs. Mart Ilarrah, aged 92, die ta Mt. Sterling. Celebrated Tiger Hay Rake. Full line, Jo. A. Ramskt & Co. Flcmingeburg voted "dry" again by a majority of 31. The only real bargains to be found in Owingsville are at Mrs. Estill's. Some folks here felt a distinct hock of an earthquake at 3 o'clock Monday morning. Have you seen the Walter A. Wood Tubular Steel Mower? It is a daisy. Farmers have had a fine this dry spell to work their time corn crops and kill weeds. I ..11 vf W.lt.r A Wood Tubular Steel Mowers. All sixes at Jno. A. Ramsey k. Co.'. 45 Born, Friday morning, June 3d to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Warner, ol r"IX" Baeome mill, a daughter. 't-f.-'You can rely on everything that you buy from Mre. Estill being the latest style. Born, Sunday morning, to Mr. and Mrs. Little Suladie, of the headw...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 9 June 1898

OwlngsvlHc outiooi U ft BSTILU PaMlshsr. JvYlNilSVILLE. t KEN'TUCK. THAT SLICE OF WARM BREAD, homing home from the office. Its cares and Its WOlrlSa. . eVelghlng dm down with burden to night. I thought of my rare-free and forltrsume boyhood. And how quickly the rears Intervening took flight: Ah! well I remember do chstn rould have bound me. Aa horn from lha ecnoolhnuse my eager feet vped. gfould now (hat aijr dining brought such satisfaction. As the thought of that alien of air mother's warm bread. Ke bwaineee transaction, however success ful. Can give suck a thrill of unalloyed lli S,a felt when another, wltk limitless kind ness. Xatd thst rreat snowy alien In my little brown flat. Ks rh)-thmlcal wording ran ever describe It: Or no sweeter ambrosia the gods ever fed; Fha future hsd need of no optimist's glasses, . While I held In my brown flat that alloc of warm bread. Oh. often when closing my desk for the evening. Where the roar of the city drowns each homely sound: I Imagine mys...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 9 June 1898

-. 1 V - t 1 ' 4 I t J 'A . -.1 V . " . - ;) -v-l '... i i - - ! 9 . - . dt I - s . ... r I .--' MEllCSUI Destroyed by a Spanish Torpedo In tlie San tlano Harbor. Disaster to American Fleet Is Reported THrouQH Onan ist) Sources. It Is Said Eijrlit of the Cmv Es cjhhI .nnvi.fc l'.ul Writ Takru Irisni-rs. Aniniran Imports Say Sampson r-lsi-ly Sauk tlit :t iu the i'biuui-1. Aad That KiUna r l..-WahlnCa .aalHnrltl llrllaa This rsrrrrl, and That Caracra la Now Hrld a IVH arr al Kautlaca da C aba. Tort Al' I'kiv. k. June 4. r'rMav tnonin al a o'clock the American squadron aain lo pan a ttoinlwrilun-nl of the fortifications of nliai tic Cut and a lively ramionadi: t-nMitsl for two hours, which silenced the bpanish batteries. An American vessel, the Mi-rrimae, drscrilwd in the advices from SaulUo de Cuba ah an anxilary cruiser, mak ing' dash to foree the rutraiit-e. Mie eeedeti in pas-sini t be first line of le fenses, lut torpedoed alxiut live hundred feet up the channel. tho went down "pr...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 9 June 1898

Owingsville Outlook. OWINGSVILLE. KY. S JBSCRIPTKJM. $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. Notice. Obit uaries.memoriams. etc., not toexeeed 80 word. inserts! free; fl charged for each addi tional eighty word. Correspondent mill picas re member to alwavs mail their item t that they will reach u on Mon day. This matter is seriously- iui porta nt to us. ' CLUBBING TERMS. The Owingsville Outlook and either of the following will be sent for one year for the price named: Outlook and TwIce-a-Week Courier-Journal, $ 1. 30. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. $1.40. Outiookand LoulsvilleWeek ly Dispatch, $1.60. Outlook and Louisville Daily Evening Post, $2.85. THURSDAY. JI NK 9, 1898. War's Daily Progress. WEPKESDAT, Jl'KB IT. Capt. J. A. Dorst, of the IT. 8. Army, whose "Gussie" expeditions failed to land supplies for the Cu ban insurgent, redeemed his fail uree by lauding 7,000 rifles and 2,000,000 cartridges from the Flor ida for Gen. Garcia. A report from Hayti says Schley began bombarding...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 16 June 1898

She tf IT 11 s , JO 13 VOL. XIX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1898. NO. 48. iwscr t t I : " r 4. t b I ft I I 4 4v mmmmmmm r 77 All grades and price in harness 1U Ramsey A Co.' a. &ome showers June 8th helped the growing crop. San ford Darrell, of lietlicl, has been granted a pension of tO per month. You can rely, on everything that yon buy from Mr. Estill being the latest style. Tarlton Jones Monday sold to Geo. F. Green and Sam Lathram a yoke of small oxen ana a cow lor $90. A sood saddle ia great comfort. Ramsey A Co. excel in this line. -i f Elder t. R. Jones, a Bath county . bor, is the Prohibitionist noniineei ( for Congress in the Danvilleftlll.lfl Y district. ' Great reduction for cash in Lawn and DimitT while it lasts at Mrs still's. Tha Owingsville Granite and .A (Marble Co. is erecting the A. D. Ruff monument in the Owinesnlle eaetery this week. J I H Mr. Locke, who is with the Bar tine eiratlfhss a trick stallion that inworth cotntez miles to see, uoes c...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 16 June 1898

-.' 1 J ' 4 - 4 . . r r - -i - 1 4 a . , ' s - ' '. : - v . aa SB -.'' v' A - e e r: owinasviji6outiooK. B & ESTILL. Publliaae. OW1NOSVILLB. 1 KENTUCKY , GONE. he's gone my hirI, my darling! Assay to the mountains has floss, and I am Bitting and dreaming. la mdrmt sadness alone. There a noihlnc la shatter the silence Thai broods like a fathomless oill O'er spare thai w as once full of music. Have iha suarroaa' oiunotonoui call. Around ma arc touching mementos Of daya thai were brimming with cheer. When ahe. any radiant angel From the kingdom of Heaven, was near. Tha marks of her plnfi baby Angers Are ailll on the window's bright pane, Where fond In my arma I upheld her Ta look at tha glittering rain. Her ratlle at ill Ilea on my table, Witts a of Ita poor, battered hells, And ah, what a at or)- of transport Tha dear little plaything now tells. On a chair la her shoe like a flower A lover In his paaalon haa pressed. Ita beautiful petals aH faded. That hie a wee l heart onra wore ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 16 June 1898

-. V . ::.; .vv A ml ..... . .-1 , . -" " a. 4 "a aanMr?&ia7t! THIRTEEN IKIl'RS. I Fi'rro rattle IVtwwn Marines, SjianiMi(iiit'rrils and Kepi lars at (uanntatiaiiio. I LNCACLMLM ALMOST CONTINUOUS. ! ' " I It Coniliirnceil al Three O'clock SHfnr la) .irtei iHNiii and Knded at Siv O'fliwlk siimlav Vnniiiitf. Vaaraf Our Mr Killni and Nw Mndr4 Adw riekel I Nareotinlr4 Vr ajmatsli lwa I Mknr, Itut I It W M I'rvtmblyr ltrr. tS ItoAKIi Tilt. PlSrAII li IIOAT IUlM I W Orr ! astaxamo. Sunday. June 12, via Moil-: St. Nuiioias, llayti. Jane l. l.Uut. t oJ. II. W. Iluntiuir ton's battalion marines, which landed from the transport Panther on i'riday nd encamped on the hill guarding the abandoned cable station at the en trance to the outer harlnir of tiuana tananio, lias In-cn enared in lieatini off a bush attack by Spanish ftrucrilias and regulars since S o'el.H-k Saturday afternoon. The lie;htiiir was almost continuous for l:t h nrs until C o'cioek Sunday morning, when reinfonvmenls were la...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 16 June 1898

I . ... Owingsville Outlook. OWTNGSV1LLR. . KY. I'JBSCRIPTION. $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. Nortcr. Obituaries, memoriains. te., not toeVoeed 80 word. insei l-d free; 1 charged fur each addi tional eighty aords. Correspondents will please re member to always Mail their items o that they will reach us on Mon day. Thia matter Is scrious'y im ortaat to us. CLUBBING TERMS. The Owlnesville Outlook and either of the following will be Bent for one year for the price named: Outlook and Twice-a-Week Courier-Journal. $ 1. 30. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. $1.4-0. Outlookcnd LouIsvilleWeek ty Dispatch, $ 1 .60. Outlook and Louisville Daily Cvenlng Post, $2.85. rucRsnAY. jtxk ia. isus. War's Daily Progress. WEPSrSPsY, Jl'KE St. Tho Spanish toqiedo-boat des troyer Terror i discovered by Sampson's squadron trying to slip into Kar'.'.rRo harbor Monday night under tl:. 1 adorn scasl by (lie dill's cloe to li Of. The searchlight of sersl fM ! ts-gan to play on the Terror ai.d (he big gun...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 June 1898

"7 c J- - 6 VOL. XIX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1898. NO. 49. - 5 5 aa,. i V ... t .7 IV V . i v-i - ; . , A All grades and price in harness at Ramsey k Co.'s. The cyclists are holding their Stats meet at Lexington this week. A good saddle is a great comfort. Ramsey A Co. excel to tnis line Barn. Friday niirbt, to Mr. and Mr Mrs. Wm. Phelps, or Upper rricklyi Alb, a son. Great reduction for cash in Lawn and Dimity while it last at Mrs. Estill's. The authorities have sent in the nomination of James K. Jackson for the Olympia postmastership. Until further notice we will sell nil kinds bottled beer at 6c per bot tle. Fkatuai fc Estill. Wheat harvest Is in full progress this week and will be nearly finish ed,if the weather continues favora ble. "There is nothing else to It." Rarosev Co. hare the best sad- f dies la tiin. Taking it by and large, June has behaved handsomely in the matter of weather, only a few days being too warm for comfort. Com early and get choice of , ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 June 1898

Ow!nosvlllGOutloaK. U a ESTILL, rubtt.nrr. IX ISVIME. ;ktui k HEARTSEASE. ' Te there place beneath the moon Quit from car ami grief Immunf! Tall ma: where doth hear-iaeaae grow? I should dearly lov to know Thlt the herb that poeta say Is-lves all aadnaea far awar. 11a who Ita street Juices alps Iughtar dwells upon hla II pa. Te all Borrow, grief and woe Heartsease la lb deadly foe. 6am aJiesje thai much herbs be la a place called Arcady Idflnc somewhere toward the east. (tea and feoutda there's not th least Pljn or mark In all th book Bo be"U find whoe'er that look. Thither traveling In vain quest Many aoula hava thouirht to reet. f Twice tn thousand malila and mea "raring (ar have com attain. Sarins that nowhere there lira Buck a plac bene I h th tklra. One I knew, a rout hi full fair. All hla manners debonair. Who for heartsease faranil wide Traversed plata and mountain aid. Ha returning, cam at length Stripped of alt bin youth and strength. Now that fac one summer-bright Chaerlea...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 June 1898

.3 - . -s '. a if . i : t s i t e v V V STATE ODDS nj HALF IIOUR'S WORK. cra atrb tSalnra, lb Aaaailaal of I. illr .!. Takra Vrmim Jail at Ci am.dk, Ky.. Juno 1 . At 1 t.YWU Tliur.-lar iurninf .VI men rl- into pr. cwiled to the jail, for.v.l am entrance by ovcrpuwrrinjr .1ail r 'artcr, and t;kinj Caleb Unities, is. the Nrpro av.uiianl of little lUliol Al len, white, from hi cell. t;.r.iL'otl liim out rand lynclu-U liim iu the puli.ic aquarv. Tle men, mmiw of hotu were mark ed, had the asMslaiuv f a truM.v in tiif jail, wlij opened the eell tlimrx for tht'in. The niuh had provinu.lv taken Jailec ( aru r'a key from hiiu il the rear Jnor of l!io jail. A rope 84WI rneiroled tiainos" m ii, mod MTeiniinjr, pra intraml Nti'ti-.".-lin l.y turns, he n hauled alu.ij; to the ubiie aquare. j The entire prooeodin"- from the tti tran.eof the mo'j t. the aeeoiu;l'h- ' un til of it lei 'n, was lul llie u ot ic of half an hoar. Ifa-fure having town the mob fired aeTeral hundred shots with the llir. ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 23 June 1898

V. -M 'f t- I i I Owingsville Outlook. OWING SVILLE. KT. SJSSCRIPTluN, SI YEAR IN ADVANCE. None e. Obit u a ri es, m em ori a m . etc., not to exceed 80 word, i nsert-d free; 11 charged for each addi tional eighty word. Correspondent will please re member to always mail their items eo that they will reach n on Mon day. Thia matter ia seriously im porta nt to us. CLUBBING TERMS. The Owingsville Outlook and either of the following will be sent for one year for the price named: Outlook and TwIce-a-Week Courier-Journal, $1.30. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. $ 1 .40. Outlookand LoulsvilleWeek ly Dispatch, $1.60. Outlook and Louisville Dally Evening Post, $2.85. THURSDAY, JPNE 23, 1898. War's Daily Progress. WKPSESDAT, JIBE 16th. The 900 U. 8. marines that land ed and took Crest Height, Guan tanamo Bay, east of Santiago, to hold the position aa a base for the landing of Gen. Sh after' army, are having almost constant fighting. Tbey were attacked the second time by 3,00...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 30 June 1898

7 N ji (Pit 00 V J II II II II II II II Jl II II II II VOL. XIX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1898. NO. 50. . . t - , i -.' .-..- . .- ' ." v -r r v r - -. . v.-r- : L ;Uf v I ;. ' ; ;-'jv Vv '.. " " i -; X r t-' r- - y. r :..- "'id r, 2 'I Notice to Taxpayers. Tli taxpayers of Rath county are hereby notified that the tax for the year 1898 have been mailo out end placed in my hand. You are therefore notified to call at my oft'iee and settle. J. M. Atchison, S. B.C. Good growing showers fell Sat urday, Sunday morning and Sun day night. All grades and prices in harness at Ramsey Co.'s. M. M. Rhodes has brightened up his business house with a fresh coat of paint Foe Sale or Reht. My property in east end of town A pply to me for particulars. Mas. Ailsa Clatto. Luther Ren son. the noted tern anee lecturer, died Indiana, June Slst. at Rushville, Great reduction for cash in Lawn) and Dimity while it lasts at Mrs Estill's. Gen. John S. Williams, of Mont gomery eounty, is seriou...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 30 June 1898

i7v a . . i OwinosvlijeOotiooK. I U a CSTILU PublUaer. OVTINGSVILI.TS. : KEXTU K IT CANNOT BE. It eaaaot b that He who mad shl wondroua world for our delight. Deaaroea that aU IU charms ahould fade, Aad pasa forever front our night; That all ahall wither and decay. And know oa earth no life but thia. With only one Unite eurvey OtaU lu beauir and Its blias. It cannet be that all the rears Of toll and rare and irrtef me live Shall find ao recompenae but team. No aweet return that earth ran sin; That all that leada ua to aaplre And struggle onward to achieve. With every unattained dealre, Wat fives only to deceive. It cannot he that after all The mighty conqueale of the mind Our thoughts ahall pa beyond recall. And leave no record here behind: That aU our draama of love and fame. And hopea that time haa awept away. All rhat enthralled thia mortal fame, t Shell not return nom other day. It cannot be that all the tlea Of kindred eoula and loving hearta Ara broken when thia body die. And ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 30 June 1898

w - 3 - - r ... f I I m it- ft .4 J i .V y S STATE ITEMS v WENT UP IN SMOKE. A frerlmra tor NCralla in u Wanlraala ,'''' IMalrlrt, Im a yrt.-r MiLlon. it-l IHVU .K. Ky , June 84 At 9 "M Thurxlov ni.-lit the cntir t.trrn;th of the lniisvii;,- tiro .l.'ptrtiiu-nt was auniuioncil t romttat fire in tlio liol.-;o t.tl.atvo ilistrirt which for a time 1Iir.-m. noa t do eiormous tlnin rv. After a i-allant i.tni2--lo the tiro-HM-n mrhii-.W in jraininjr the maxtery. In 20 miniit.-a the nail of the An-li Iron work, on iiftt Jy Siiioa.l Jt !'.. ero txtteriny and in an hour iro trty to the value of a quarter of a mil lion dollar ha.i pone ui in Mtiiikt. nh-aii A t' t.'a iviiic.i lti:ltiiiir- cv tendinp from Main to Market htreelt between Kijrhth an.l Ninth .-tn-etv The iom, to their foumlrr will U- to tal They are aui to huv' larfc (.-.v.i iniutit t-oiitracli. in lian.l. Their Into ai i-tiinalvi Thnr.lav at iietrnveu f J.Vi.im.i and Sloo.o.m. At 10 o'clock the I hir st is hotel, a 1.1. iek east ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
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