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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 13 October 1898

a .4TERES SERGEANT SHOT DEAD. Car ia Kwar. klllls arret. Urea ea fatally WmmIi Jtaafaer Kag-ra All at lae Savawla lawiB Raclirau 1xmgtx, Kr., tlet. 10. A tierce Split took place iu the camp f the Tin immuncs Sunday morning, as the resnit of hich one Xcpro it dead and another mortally wvuu.ird. Itscctus that Corporal K iv. srds became cnrair- ' ed at tome triva' matter, and draw ing from his poel . t a 'H caliber army pia- I, l'"ae ' i ." Color Serceant 1 ' T. st shot struck ' . i! . . :.n i.r. &t and killed him in- I 'tea.. i. other hulld struck one of the other tildicr eng'cd in the .quarrel in the alalomcn, inflictiur a ' mad almost neccasarilv fatal. l'd. ' Goodwin aenl a luctscnirrr to the , . snd to notifr oroncr Mollor. '" lay afternoon 'i J an inquest g--i .-. "'a- the first f Kind ninoug the volun- er of the 10th immunrs ISun ruing" had a fight with a nro . rd and was shot through the '.der. The wtumi is not neces y fatal. IMPORTANT DECISION. Apeala lacefcSea ta fsialate...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 13 October 1898

' " .i n'.meniorinL '-' ' -. xvcd 80 words, in erj4r - . . . . T.. 1 fi niargca lor eacn aaui tional eighty word. Correspondents will please rc iweraber to always mnil their items pn that they will reach us on Vim , day. This natter ia seriously itn- portant to us. . CLUBBING TERMS. The OWrasvllio Outlook and either f the following will be tent for ona year for the price named: Outlook and Twice-a-Week Courier-Journal, $1.30. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial- Tri b u n e. $1.40. Outlook and LoulsvilleWeek ly Dispatch, $1 .SO. Outlook and Louisville Daily Evening Post. $2.85. THURSHAY.OCT. 13. 1WW. War Hatters. An Interviewer reports Gen. Go tne a disinclined to resign eo ra in anil nf the Cuban insurgent ar vy and. while seeking no office under an independent Cuban gov ernment, aspiring to be the strong est influence in shaping affairs. lie cTtpreaaea entire faith that the United Stale will pive Cuba inde- pendenee, and thinks Gen. Butler's idea nf a constabulary if Cuban 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. — 20 October 1898

1 r itoiiiiitJilje Mllmk : yj-- T 8 pJl r VOL. XX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1898. NO. 13. . '-s l a te- .- . , S u f i Notice to Taxpayers The taxpayers of Bath county are hereby notified that the tax for the Tear 1898 have been made out and placed in my hands. You are therefore notified to rail at my office and settle. J. M. Atchison, S. II. C. The rrop of wild fruit and nuta ia raid to be good. The work on IVed's livery stable i progressing nicely Go to Mrs. Estill's and see those ice capes from $1.60 U . C.Gudgell ,'s new reajqence is asterers. v ih, to Mr. aid Mrs. ' ifady for the plasterers, Born. Oct. 13ih Ceo. Sorrell, near ter. town, a daugh- A new line of ready-made skirts rery cheap at Mr. Estill s. rhe piping of the bobwhites vindicates a fairly good crop V v " V, Friday night, to MX and . John Davis, near Wyonanp, a daughter. I All the new shades in drees goods at rock bottom price. Mrs. Estill. Born, Oct. 7th, to Mr. and Mrs. Wn. Barber, of lower Sla...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 20 October 1898

r v A 4 . V t i - A : f L L 1 . i a r V.'. 'i .. ' - y (Mnosiiiie outiooK. a ft KST1LU Publisher. OWINUS VILLI, t : KENTUCKY THt COTTIER CHILD'S LULLABY. BrlM a the hearth are tha flame-billows leaping, Lurid and lira 4a tha llva bm Klow, While ths ol Iron tea kettle, sinclnc and hopptnc ts wvlna a lullaby, aoothlnc and low. wTi--ee whlss. ctal huah-a-by, baby, Whlr-fssee whirr, oh. doae your UiM Tba old Iroa teakettle, sinclnc and hop ping. Wsevtivf tba babjr a lullaby. Close by the cradle tha mother le sluing. Bitting and knitting the hours away. With her clumsr ahoe on the wooden roeker, While her needles cllrk to the sleepy lay Cc Whls-a-aee wblss." from the old Irea kettle, Whir r s whirr, aweet dreama will I briar. Beautiful dreama of the fairy children;" Mothar WU1 rock and the kettle a ill sine Bleep, aht Bleep. Hear tha wind from the Northland HBngrllv sweeping the moor. Oh! sleep. Heaped lice tba attow by the doorway and hedirea But red glow the Are, Oh! little one aleep. ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 20 October 1898

V V X .v S ' -4 , ' rfa :ea f ;i INTERESTING KENTUCKY BARKERS. Stow ef Manor aad RnlM Il Kaalal 11- unc il Mllm at LaalevilU M ay lrW-;alea la Atteadai.r . Lot isvii.i.k, Ky., tvt. l The eleventh annual convention of the Kentucky I'ankris association was railed to onlcr Wiliiestlav morning in Liederkranz lia'.L lion. Joshua 1. rowera, of Owens'tHiro. llie president, presided. The hall was taslefuliy derorated and tin-re was a pood attendance. lit v. Hemphill offered prayer, after which the address of welcome was delivered by Mayor Weaver's representative, I'riTate hecretary lirowo. The re sponse m by Mr. K ti. Witt, of Ow- ensboro. The real work was bcun at the aft nooo session the programme for which included two addresses, one by Mr. V. Thrclkcld, secretary and treasurer the Security Trust and Safety Vault t of Lesinpton, on 'Hanker Their Jy Pertaining to the Public tjues- . . oi tne iay. V. C lU-hnc, cashier of the Third na- .onal bank of this eitr, spoke on the - question, a ! 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. — 20 October 1898

i 1 X 0 t v - V -V irV I A. 7 1 .a. M 1 . .- . - '. - .: i'ctb OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. P. S. KsTlU., - - Publisher. OWINGSVILLE. KY. $1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. Koncr. Obituaries.nieniorisms, eic., not to exceed 80 word. inscrtd free; fl charged for each addi tional eighty words. Correspondents will re nenber to alaays mail their items so that thoy will reach us on Mon day. This matter is seriously im portant to us. CLUBCING TERRS. The Ow'rtttsvilie Outlook and either f the following will be tent for one year for the price named: Outlook and TwIce-a-Week Courier-Journal. $ 1. 30. Outlook and Weekly Cincln rtati Commercial Tribune. 1.40. Outlook and Louisville Daily THURSDAY. OCT. 20. 18!. War natters. The battleships Oregon and Iowa ailed front New York Oct. 12th tinder sealed orders, probai ly to round Cape Horn and thence to Hawaii, or possibly to reinforce Dewey's aqundron at Manila. Major Gen. Lam ton. Military Governor of Santiago de Cuba die- ' Strict, bas left there for the United 0...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 27 October 1898

t VOL. xx. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1898. NO. 14. ... . 00t IT Ail V y II HUH Fl II II II II II II II W -fv Grow V 1 mnA ti i - 2 f t i 0 - Notice to Taxpayers. The taxpayers of Bath county are hereby notified that the tax for the rear 1898 have been made out and rtlaeed in rar hand. Yob are therefore notified to rail at my office and act tie. J. M. Atchison, S. B.C. Go to Mr. Estill's and nee those nice eapea from f 1.50 up. The regular Quarterly t ourt day was Mondav. The Bar elected J. J. Laey to preside. A new line of ready-made skirts very cheap at Mrs. Estill s. L To Oirr a Colt IK On Dat .Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- h. All druggists refund money If falls to cure. 25e. feb20 . ' f Cattle Sales. John K.Johnson, '. . of near Preston, sold to Jo Turley, f Mt. Sterling, 38 export cattle at All the now shades in dress pood 8 ck bottom prices. Mr. Estill. takt Notice. In order to old business, I desire e indebted to me to call '!" ettle at once. R. T. G ailt...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 27 October 1898

r -2 r '.-I A I f . . a e. . - WanT1' T"?sw m . aaaaai- ', " - e - . , -'. -t . -d BO -. - - .-v :. f ? - i.I ; w. . ,M '. r-v ... ;.. c" ,. . '- . i". -." '-.7- wfcin jSYllle Outloox. r aSBBBBaTaaaaaaaaa- A W ESTILL. Pvbllaaer. OW-JaSVIU.R. I KEXTUCKi SIXTY AND SIXTCCN. he careted a blrthaay ring. One winter, lone mo: Ana ae'd. la playful, bantering way; "I'm iwt stxuen, ytMt know. I areuleeced, but half forgot My promlM to lb maid; Bo whea a( last the line I brought, Twaa my birthday Inatead. She sar me thanka In her aweet way Klaaea, with aratlea between. And aatd : "I'll have It marked Inside, Just 'Siity and Sixteen.' ' Tha rears bar fled In our aad bom Her vole la heard no more; Tha aunahliw of her happy amila Falls not within tha door. Tha at here of our household group Are arattered far and wide; With rhoaen mates and little ones la earthly homea they blje. But ahe who wore the birthday ring In fairer landa. I ween, t'titourhed by Tlaic, unchanged by earth. She atlll la ewee...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 27 October 1898

r F f a- t ! , t -t s r t;' t. 1 - .' ' J a t f t j w. 1 - . J - . : A t-n ... ' : . - . vi 4 . . .- ..r . - i st STATE ITEMS NEGRO LYNCHED. V.m Atwaa't.a aaat Aalrmprral In Maratrr Alt MmkM, Itaajtatrr i(a (' Sarrlaaat C'awaat? farmer. ToxrMNSvii.l.t:. Ky., O.-t. New has rcaclinl ha're of the lviia-iiiti of Arch lUur, rolonsl, ho conuiiilio-t au assaulton n.l altcmpii'.l l. n.ur.irr An nie Morrison, ol lest alaii.;t r .' II. n rjr Morrison, a promm-nt (jrina-r of lamtxV.anJ county. The crim. was com mi It ! at the Mor rison home r'lial.iy afternoon atout 1 itflceii. The meaiW'ra of th Morrison Iioum.' hailal ma-revi-iiin in tiif ae jrlilsiriiaxKl. rxcri t the -l.ie t al lulr.rr. wln r -aiaincd at home to mr.- for ill lions,-, liaur. nnnotieeJ, went .l.r.-ct to M.ir rist n home. ! Morrison saraoravil for help when he rnt. roal. Imt no one wa near rnough to hear her, ttiou.-h ilu-li.o vaaa?'oe t one of t ti tu,il f v,u,'ii: -rd publ .e raviats Mia fouliv th fienj itii J -srvra-lion, ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 27 October 1898

0 ' I s. I- 4, y MM OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. I. 8. KftTiM. Publitflu'r. OWIXGSVILLB. KY $1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. NoTirs. Oliiiuariea.mcniorianis. etc., not tocxced RO wt.rd. inset t.-d free; tl -1rg'd for each addi tions! eighty words. Orreepondcrita will please re member to always mil their iunts an that tht-y will reach on Mon day. This matter is seriously im portant l us. Tint effort of the Spanish strik er in the prcus to effect tin- c;icc negotiation arc IwtU iiitcret-liiijl and amusing. Ilumiiii tiatuie moves iu the Mine general Way Its objects to attain in great international af fairs a in petty village matter. The new poHM-si-ion Porto Rico (tuthido of its value as a naval bane ia n..t vi-rv useful HCiiuisilion. It i more thickly fettled already than State like Kentucky, and it pop illation is inferior to the poorest class or immigrant that comes to th it. country. Olympia. Levi Alfrey, or Frenchbiirg, was visiting in this vicinity Inst week. Mrs. t'. A. r.romley has returned j 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. — 3 November 1898

, .::r..'v -v .--:' .j- .."r''" fine VOL. XX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1898. NO. 15. Notice to Taxpayers. The taxpayers of iiath county re herebr notified that the tax for the fir 18!t8 have been made out nd placed in my band. You in therefore nnlifi-d tn rati at inr tlBce and Fettle. A J. M. Atriii There" gobbling ' And krouking in Thanksgiving day I coming And turkeys arc in trouble. Ready-made kirt and wraps, Cheap, at Mr. Estill a, Robert S. Ettill bat told hit in terest in Gault, Well k. Co.'a More In ai nartnera aad will en?ftf?e in - - r o o farming. Fok Sals. A fine lot of first claM thingles. Apply to Henry Schwab, at L. R. Sleaecr'e. Corn i beinn delivered here at f 1.25 per barrel. That seema to be the established price. Only a few more of those stylish wraps at Mrs. Estill'. Great bar gain at f UO up. 0. F. Bynti will address the cit iaena at Forge Hill on next Monday niiht, aov. 7. Krerrbody come out. All MkiI. t mmm iMuul. alin. tAr at Mra. Eititl'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. — 3 November 1898

A OwlnflsviiieOotiooK. a X BSTILU PvtblLMr OVTINISVIU.E. : KKXTUOKi GRANDMOTHER. h. tts bestd the window wide, I wooden rocking chair. Through cap of lac I wen can trara Tf uiomr wave of hair. 80 while II ahowa. ao warm II (Iowa. Aa aunbeam softlv pour Throuch window pan and try In vala To wake II gold one mora. 1 lore her eye dim. ret ao wlae. And. ah. ao quick to aea The pliialle deep, the anarra that creep. The trtala that threaten me! 1 love her cheek, the line that apeak Of life a lone toilsome day. The lender touch that tella ao much Of patient love alvar. So old and hent. ao weak and apent, Tet keeping youth enough To help and cheer when skies are drear A ad wars are steep and rough. I love to alt where ehadowe flit. My head upon her knee. And feel her arm. ao soft and warm. Close gently over me. I leva to hear upon my ear The broken voice, o mild, "The long, full day of work and play Mas wearied you, my rhIM!" A lender prayer la In the air. Oh. aweet, the hour and mood! 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. — 3 November 1898

t cs cc&e-fr&frfrc-e e-e. e-e e t c te cte e ce t-e e ce t e e t f e c e e e-e t 5 STATE NEWS PICK-UPS. ! u IN UNCLE SAM'S CLUTCHES. lharira r. Maor n4 Jin Hugh.. Ia- km af lb Itlar tiraaa lllaai, Ar Wlnl tr a H Mrhl. l.:viiT. Ky.. ikl. :;i. Cliarlt. '. Miore and Jamr". lluirlii's, ihiIiIinIu'i-n f tin- I'.liii- l.ra. Itlaili. inti.1.1 ami f nv lure Mi'i'k'v. wcr' arivstisl Satur jiy lv a I ii it til Statcx iiiarvlial for M-niin)f oliMt-nf matter through tin mailt Tin- artii'li that . I this r rt4 was puMislH'tl Hi'tnlwr. l'.'T. ami was a iim-4 untlUi-iiiM-il pU'.i for fni lore Mimtvaiiii llnifhes wi-n1 iiuli-ti-il in the I'nitiil States n-.irt t 1'iin-iii-nati. wIiitv tin llla.le .1-t nixrai ilv fiitlili.iitl. anil will Iv t.iUt'ii Wfnr Juil;.' l.arr at luisville. . tati'a; l Ita-iiuiM-acm. Iltlmx, Ky.. IM. -I-.. -t'liarli'. Vliitf ami I'lty IIh-(;iiihI, two X i:nhx iiuanvKil 011 the street Thurs day morning over a ilelit of S;. U liite slccd llM Kscl for the money. Il.n po...

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 November 1898

OWIKGSVILLE OUTLOOK. D. S. Kki ii.i. - I'uUisher. OWIXGSVILLE. JY. ! " , $1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE.; ! Notice. Ohitiiarics.tii.'iiioriaiiis. ' !., not tocvccid Ml words i inserted j lre; tl charged for each nddi (ional eighty words. J Correspondents will please re-' member to alway mail tlieir item! fo that they w ill reach us on Moti-I day. Tlii mutter is seriously iin-l porta tit to us. , CLUBBING TERMS. The Ow'nasvilie Outlook and cither if tho following will bo tent for one y ear for the price named: Outlook and Twico-a-Week Courier-Journal. $1 .30. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. $1.40. Outlook and Louisville Daily Evening Post, $2.65. TIU USD.VY. NOV. 3. ISltS. War Hatters. Spain protrsts against the Ore pon and Iowa going to re-en force Dewey. The troop were tinder order to start from ihet-anips near Lexing ton, Ky., t" the camp sites selected for them in Georgia. Tliey prob ably began leaving Moi.day by reg iment. Snain LnocLn under on the liroli- osition to ...

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 November 1898

' . (BirjhVrrtfrtt .4 r 1 VOL. xx. OWINGSVILLE, KtiNiTUCKY, THURSDAY, iOvCMHER 10, 1898. NO. 16. 3b7 L IV AV .- EI PI. .. n II II u 1 ;! '1 1 '--IK V :'.V i --T . - v THE ELECTION. Williams Carries Bath 140, ; a Falling off of 76. The Bond Issue Carries by a Small Tkijority. For Congress Williams' vole in Bath county was 1,357; Pupil's 1.167. Williams' majority it 140. The total vote wan 2,524, it wan 8,332 in H'J6, when Thomas carried the county 216 over Pugh. Hence Pugh gained 76. The Bond Issue received 1.2.19 vote, and 619 were cast against it, with the two Sharpsburg prccincta to hear from. At this time it look if Wil liam is elected so far as heard from. He is is the lead 522 vote, with Fleming, Robertson, Bracken and Lewis to bear from. The Democrats claim ten out of s-Ievca Congressmen from Ken lucky. la the Louisville district Tamer's majority over Evans is 1500. 1 The Democrats have gained great many Congressmen. "Teddy" Roosevelt is elected Governor of New York by 30,000 ...

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 November 1898

y i r OwlngsvlilG OutlooK. & a BSTILU PubUther. OVVINUSVILLI. t : KENTUCKY THE BETTER WAY. A grave old man ami a maiden fair Walked together at early morn; The thrushes up In the clear, cold air ang to the fanner planting bia corn. And oh, haw -eet was the fresh-turned mournl '. And oil. bow fair mere budding tree! l-'nr daisy's silver and tlanotjil's Kld Were full uf the tiaiy honey beca. "Ah. look, there's an empty newl," she said. "And 1 wonder where sing Hit lust year's bird 7" Then the old man raised his tifal, ThougU scarcely hs noted her musing mords; lie tore the nest from the swaytng tree, lie flung ta the mind Its moos and hay. And said: "When an empty nest you see, lie aura that you throw it far away." "But whyr aha asked, with a sorrowing face "Why may not the pretty home abide?" "Because." he answered, "'twill be a place la which the worm and the slug wilt hide; "lt year 'twas fair enough In lis way It was full of love and merry with song: Hut days that are gone mus...

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 November 1898

.V r- r "V. A t v .1 "1 4 r v - " -i'l.. . : ; . . -v ''.' : - . . - I ,. . s f r - INTERESTING PROPHESIED HIS DEATH. limit mm HMir Afir-twr4 vHrliWM 'M:p::m 4 arc tK'iM M.I.K. Ky.. Nov. T.- Kit lt.ml 1nnn, f thist-iiv. s il lii,..ii fr llif lmiKvilU'. Ut'iuU-rMUi and Si. I -4 mis ttolnon... was tl.iiv4 iiiMnttllv Lilll lHrtIy afU'r 10 oVo Sun-lav tu'Hl white coupling ai-N. Theiv is a ,vuliar iii'iUnl nn,t rl v illi lit-nuti' K :ih. M..ilv afur I iiiir t .vrL lu 'iitvtvl I lu orti.v at the yarK ami K,iTir v i i.iiml..r ( tt-ltw-nirWm-n: "Imvn I vvnnt yti all to Ik carvful to-ii.jr.it. n I fl thai onu)Mtly Ik Tin to W hurl. :ml I lmro a ptviuo.iitwii that that n.iiu1m.j, ill U iiiyx-lf." Hit ilcath oiviinvtl lout h;ilf an liHir nfitT Oh rvmark. KEWG A. R. ORGANIZED. Ta l-'wsi f jM f lh .a a r . Icr- N O SH g S. SI I. I'MCIO!'. t and l-Wr. Od.rc:. l.r!..T. Ky.. Nov. I. "illi' S.TV tf Mid of I he Sanili War"' i-tin- lit U if a now MM'it'lv niuiil.ir to tin .. A. U.. rjniiiiz-l ly 'l. i...

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 November 1898

CWIHGSVILLE OUTLOOK.! I. 8. Estill, Publisher. KY OWINC.SV1LLE. $1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. NoTior. Obitiiarics.menioriams. e'c, not to exceed 80 words, inset t-d free; $1 charged for each addi tional eighty word. Correspondents mill pleiise rc tt'cwlicr t mIwhvs mail their items that they wiil reach us on Vnn This matter is seriously im portant to UK. CLUEBIKG TERKS. The Ow'risvilie Outlook and either f the fcllowirtp: wiil he t.nt for one year for the price named: Outlook and Twico-a-Veek Courier-Journal. $ I. SO. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. $1.40. Outlook and Louisvilla Daily Evening Pot. $2.85. Tiiuns:AV, now 10, isns. War flatters. Sickneas, starvation and business t a ststidsiili owing to the uncer tainty of the future, characterize the auuation at Havana. The Third Kentucky gave hur poo and barbecued shout, Ix-cf and li utlon least to the One Hundred and tStX'ielh Indiana at Lexington lust Thursday. Il was a great Suc re . The exodus of soldiers from the Fy...

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 November 1898

'" ''.7'' i -v - i VOL. XX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1898. NO. 17. iiii w ii 11 ji 7 mi J . i I 1 I 4 . ( I i 1 i J -4 i Notice to Taxpayers. The taxpayer of Bath county re hereby notified that the tax for the rear 1898 have been made out and placed in my hand. You are therefore nolifisd to call at my office and settle. J. M. Atchisok, S. B.C. Cut In Two. Prices on all my hats from now on until alt are sold for cash. Mas. Emu. Bead the ad. in this paper. of Vie Bloom field Elder B. F.Parker will preach at Wyoming nest Sunday at eleven o'clock a. tn. Ready-made skirts and wrapt, o Cheap, at Mra. Estill . The Fiscal Court Saturday elec ted Hon. Daniel Harper Comniis ioner of the County Toor Houae and Farm. Several citizens left Monday for Frenchhurjc to attend Circuit Court a witnesses in the trial of John D. Young, Jr. Fon Sale. A fine lot of first elaaa shingles. Apply to Henry Schwab, at L. R. Sleseers. ' Union Thanksgiving services wilj lie held at the Presbyt...

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 November 1898

i v i I W draw tl Owlnosvllle (Minos. n a BSTiLu rbii. nvrufriSVILLB, i KENTUCKY THE MOUNTAIN STREAM. f rise esultsnt from th mountain's crown, lesplng, sparkling. Th pouch dark and rocky courses rushing down. Shining, darkling, I threw my spray kiaa th ferns and daisies And keep them mi: Th harebell and th Illy sins my praises And e'er Bia lean. I tarry not wlthla th ahady dlngl To rest and sleep. But with tha rugged rocks I rudely mlngta And rush and leap. Tha precipice Invite mc to Its border But cannot keep. I spring Impetuoua from each would-be warder And downward aweep. I hear along tha pebble and the grasses In merry play. And anaay a bowlder In tha Barrow passes I turn astray: Curvetting, dancing to my music springing, I hasta along, Par down tha hillside all my treasure flinging of happy aong. Edlsh O. Hawkea, In Springfield (Mass ) Republican. v PART V. CHAPTER IXVI.-CoimKiEu. We were both of us capsized in a sec ond, and both ef ns rolled, almost to gether, into the scupp...

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