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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 17 November 1898

J 3 I 71 t V i :.,f .- t aJT - av '" 1 " - V." " . '.-. AI . ..'.v..-aaA e . . "r m av I JH - . -- vt .. .a jar V. w' - ( STATE ODDS M49-93ss4s99aass', THE KENTUCKY ELECTION. IMascctat ('la:u a (;. f 1 m Wrwhrn f I'mtmc-TlM Control the iuurt ut Appeals, FBASsroier. Ky.. N.-v ".-The lolleuiiu; ronrrtsMncu wctr rli cl tl Tuc-l:il. r'irst -('tl: tie. K. V. wirier, dciu. t-ccoad- tliury Allen, ilcin. Ylurd Jchn S. Khca. tli-tu. r'tairiti l. It. t nnih c hi. l-'Ifin ll-car Tun.iT. dem. Siltll Alt-crl S. IVrr c!U. tM-vcntll K. r' Sctlli'. lit m. t-'.lgliiB t, t;.(;ilicri. l m. Nlulu !. William-, dent. Tenth T. '. r'llpali uli. d.-m. Klcvcnth- lucent Iksciu r' IV-uKIul. Thi-. i certain c.iin of i , M.'rc-.-nicnl.'r lhrdruiratK.llll .. .Ih.r imli t. three. The itKrnl ilii:r, -: til -il ,.eli cilieti .-li.li.N 4 ten i'i u.iei : I li' 1i I t li M,l'llt :ilv. Tae tl -4 t I.wctcr. wi. in Hie Third api-allalr court in ' l wni h aa-cui-rJi. si.Mi.iey ia Irttf ! .' .-." tn..jiy lliMtHim. ihr i!n(h...

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 November 1898

'NGSVIILE OUTLOOK. 1. 8. ESTILU, Publisher. OWINGSVILLE. KY. $1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. Nonce. Obit iiaries.memoriams. etc., not tocxcecd SO words, insert-d free: It charged for each addi tional eighty words. Correspondents will please re member to always mail their items so that thej will roach noon Mon day. This matter is seriously im portant to us. CLUBBING TERMS. The Ow'nasville Outlook and either f the following will be bent for one year for tho price named: Outlook and Twice-a-VVeok Courier-Journal. $1.30. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. $1.40. Outlook and Louisville Daily Evening Post. $2.85. THURSDAY, NOV. 17, IK9S. War flatters. The First Kentucky will return from Porto Rico soon, probably this r next week. A great celebration will he made in Louisville in honor of their return. President MeKtiiley, ia ia raid, interprets the late election to mean opposition to paying large iutu for tbe Philippine and will give Spain only the cost of the public .iaiirmetiti ...

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

'K ... t VOL. XX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER I, 1898. NO. 19. Mm ook. U7II Hi r --v- . r - 2 1 r , -. Last Notice. The Ficl Court onmnolo me to settle with it fir the taxes for iRSS l)V Jan. 1st. 1800 I will be com polled to levy after the 20tb day of Deeembrr for all taxes hot paid by that time. J. M. A Tcnisox, Sheriff B.C. Cut In Two. Prices on all my hats from now on until all are fold for rash. Mr. F.sTiit.. Wliat about the railroad? Doe that $20,000 bluff you? Ready-made akirta and wraps, o cheap, at Mr. Estill's. Sheriff Atchison will do what lie ay in hia -Last Notice." See change in ad. of Vie Bloom field. ' vne Minilian and Good pa n Co. i .n Tn Oi ti.ook last Judge Good paster' iup for him at Olympia All kinda of dreaa goods cheaper t Mr. EatiU'a than any place in town. Sheriff J. M. Atchison was in Frankfort Monday to get hW qnie tua from the State Auditor for tax es collected in 1898. The firt-claa hog-killing aeaaon laat week enabled thoae whoae hogs wer...

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

Owliiosvliie OlltlOOK. IX a ESTILU Publisher. OWINGSVILLI. KENTUCKY i GOING HOME. Ootr.g home tha blithe bird singing Soft from mrjr bank and spray, kaint winds to IIm uplands winning Incense front the new-mown bay; O'er hrr brow tha flrsl year's roses. In her heart Love's first delight; Going home aa aunset closes Good night, preUy one, good-night! Going borne the ark clouds frowning. Naught around but ceaseless din. Fvea lltjr's accents drowning In I lie world of tears and sin: On her brow no longer gladness. In her heart Care's hofeless Might; Going home to shale and sadness Good-night, swt one. good-nightl Going home the stars awaking. Calm aJtove therttjs ror. Tidings unto worn hearta breaking, Ot repose for evermore: O her brow retreating sorrow, n her heart returning light: Crlng home till Joy s good-morrow GeAd-niRht. happy one, good-nlcht! Wtillam Toy n bee. In Frank Leslie's Ton. uler Monthly. PAET VI. CH.irTEK XXIX. CosTiM-rn. " The sea cook looked at what had been (riven...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 1 December 1898

.:"T (J mm '' . . - as v. ' - . a - I I " k - m '..- , - -.7- ".-r-. .y . .r -.- S . ... ... s tee-cs e-fret t f c e c 1 1 e c .statf nnns WILL CATO HANGED. rtmt W ka M. r a Kli.alr. Itoat Kr.ld.ni Knh an Ax r.j-a I tar I'riixliT H r mr. i Ellvvil.i.r. Ky.. Nov. - Will ';tto wat. Iinntri'il lu-tv M.orlly after mm Kritlay fir t ! muni, rof n old liaiit -lioat ri'a.ilnt A-.k'v. on S-ioin- lor 19. w.t;. wli.i was an nl.1 wan, lia.l inipl... .1 i'tt m Jolui llol lcv to tl mmiio wink for lii:u on tin tJiaiity-tHUtt. ami iht-y t-onvivi'i a l;in to kill 1 1 i lit ami iol l.im. Tin- ..'.1 mail liad a Kiuull KtiK-L f (5.ol . v ) . . 1 1 l.o dealt in with fariiu-rN an. I MM Ii low dollars. Two m-n i-utcntl tin runn while Askew nu Kln'iu. lraitu-.l li'.ui illi doulile-liiltttl ax. an.l threw the l..xl into the ri'er. TlirtoK munlerei-M Ih.'it ttiok po 'hNien of all the ol.l man's properly, in.-hi.lin,' the Imat. Tins eaused suNpieion. ami ihey were arrest ! and the boat se.nxhel. When brought ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 1 December 1898

WE DO BUSINESS OSJ BUSINESS PRINCIPLES. We tlo not advertise In si II nt cost in order to unh ad some old, kIioiMv, unsalable j;ooIs lit u bit; profit. We do not claim we can sell you poods nt net post nnd throw in a dross pattern with each $r, purchase. We do not mlvertise a Wei'" 'iiio-vi Ur.-i'i I of tf.,.U at cost :i'id wli-u y.u call fo,- it oiT.-r von auotli.T not n-ar s. j;.i.id. We do not claim we can k.-I I you goods at tint sain price, wo ay for tlioni and make, money. All stores uro coiiiitli-.l to sell jjoocIh nt a profit or qui' Ikisiii.-hs. Soiiio merchants ban. II.- a clu'-ap. slioddv class of iro i Is which tln-v can sell at a sc. uiiii'ilv low t ice. Their piolit is as larro or larger than the inerchant who (riven you (jood -roods for your money. We do not claim to handle cheap slunblv "oo.K f y i i ;.r i i s.-.ircli of t!i it kin I wc ciuiot iol-r.-t v.:i. If von want ..mI, r liaMc lrv l nils a c'nuji as t'l.-v c 11 ti sold w. c in interest yo I. All store Invo d -...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 8 December 1898

lie e VOL. XX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1898. NO. 120. X "V I J IV IV U II II II 11 II II II Last Notice. The FUcal Court compel nie to settle with it for tli ln for 1S0S by Jn. lt. IS.t'.l. I will lie compelli d to levy after tin 10th day of )-fnilwr for ll taxes not paid bv that time. J. M. Atviiiho;. Sheriff B.C. See resident's Message on rKe 3. . Cut In Two. Trim on all my hats from no on until all are sold for cash. Mb. Kutii.l. Tobacco Growers' Resolutions at the Lexington meeting given next wrek. Anvthinr. you want at llrother At Goodpaster'g. See bankrupt notice on fourth page of thi paper. You ean cpt more for your mon ey at Brother k Goodpaster's than anywhere else in town. Owar Talnier sprained hi ankle by a fall from a ladder and I using a crutch. Sheriff Atehion will do what he - mya in hi Last Notice." It ha been nearly cold enough n make a skatini; and ice. housing cawon. Tictore Book. Blocks, Game. Tova. Ac.. Ac in a jrreat variety, at Brother A G...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 8 December 1898

Owinasvlji6outiook. U a ESTILU PablLaer. OWINV.SVILI.E. : KEXTtTt KY LIFE PATHS. It's wonderful world t'r m. my dear, A wonderful world, they My. And bleat they be m no may wander free Wherever a wuh might stray. Who a-vra4 I heir alii to the arctic (airs. Or bak tn the tropic a bowers. While wa muat keep to the footpath ateep In thla workaday life of oura. for smooth la the road for the few. my dear. And wide are the ways they roam: Our feet are led where the million tread. In the worn, old lanea of home. And the years may flow for weal or woe. And the froet may follow the flowers. Our steps are bound to the selfsame round In thla workaday life of oura. But narrow our path may be. my dear. And atmple the scenes we view. a heart like thine and a love like mlno Will carry ua bravely throuch. With a happy onr we'll trudge alone And amlle In the ehlne or ahowera. And we'll eaae the nark on a brother's hack Py thla workaday life of oura. Joa Lincoln. In U A. W. Rulletln. TABT VI. CHAPTE...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 8 December 1898

t J I i i 1? r' pi .i - JST . '"ft 1 -.VI THE MESSAGE. Hie President I hinks the Time Inopportune to Discuss Our New Possessions. IE TV ILL IT Alt. 1 H AT 10 CONGKISS. ltooomiiu'iitls lurivast1 f Si.umI iiZ Army .nil Navy Praisi's our War IUtik-s. Tlir rrooidciit I i c. I. '' I he liitl iiijiiiou of iht' I niltd Slate N.'ii'. lllf Anniversary nf .lie I t-nn.MC of .lie IVl M.SMM.. 4lUat I a.llll ml W:lll- .a;1oa M.r.l tut Policy RM4 11. Iter lootr-. Tmle 1 1 m iii.j llti.-t'tf lit-1 if- n a:t'-. N.l ithsljn.il a-- thf a l.l.-.l tn:r a n r.-ii If r. .! tMx-nsnrv t ' r ! U n j. i t' in a ty MitisfiliA iil stt-atlilv tiiff-..sin tit -rr-'t( f r trii. t- .ti tati l ihf l.tr : t oli;n.p ( I its-.iit-s rt r n t-r.t it. M iiiuf .i lurr ha lr.i i.it.1i ft ai:ru nit ir. I uruii hiiif yir iltil at'titifunt ni'irit l.,t,.- in r tirki .i.t.usittr is iftitr r. a:l l ivi, nu-- kVlKiUtO 1 Ht t tllf fits lit l-.-ll -M' tl. tirt's-u ti.- iin-asui y r f I't- ;n annum i il!B.a'(t lv its uiitlu rs. iln-...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 8 December 1898

WISH. . 1 CWIHGSV1LLE OUTLOOK. I. S. I'MII I.. - OW IXUSVII-I-K. riil.li-.'-r. KY. $1 PER YE An 13 ADVANCE. NoTirK. t)hitt'nrie.ninioriiini. -tr., not ooxc.vd M orl. innTl-tl fice; tl o'lHrjctl fir each aiUH tioiil riclitv word. f'rrrMir.i!cnt will plea' ro rM tnlT to lwV8 nnil their item K- that thov will rem it tf on Mon tliiv. This matter is cv:iifH- ini Mirta:it In if. CLUBS!KG TEHMS. The Ow'rtisvilie Outlook and cither f the follcwing will be fe:nt for one year for tho price named: Outlook and TwIco-a-Week Courier-Journal. $ I. CO. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. 51.40. Outlook and Louisville Daily HvenincPost, $2.85. THUKSDAY, IK 8. IWS. War flatters. Tlt Philippine innurjrent are badlr tlivklttt anionic ihetiiM-Ue anil the fartionaare contending for aupremaey in the different it-land. "A delegation headed hy General t'alixtn Garcia. ent by the so. called C'ulwin Asenbly. arrived at Warhinpten Utt week to confer with the Government oHU'iala in re gard to 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. — 15 December 1898

She a II nil Ifl L uuun VOL. XX. OVVINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1898. NO. 21. 3 -S - If - . Last Nti-f. The Fiscal i'ourt compels me to settle with it f.r Hie taxe for 180S l.y Jan. 1st, IS'.''.. I will le compelled t levy after I lie -Otli day of December for H taxes not paid bv that time. J. M. Atchison. Sheriff R.C. Cut In two. Price on ll my liatu from now on until nil are old for cash. Mk. Kstii.i.. Horn. lec. 9th. to Mr. and C. W. Houaker, Jr., on. Mrs. Anything you want at Rrother & Gtwdpaster'a. There r plenty or turkey left for the Ciirituia market. Sheriff Atchison will do what lie y in hi "Last Notice." See "For Rent" ad. of Nannie D. Boyd, of Lexington, in thin Usue. Hare you een Rrother & Good paster Xinas tricks? Horn, Dec. 7th, to Mr. and Mr. Wra. Steele, of Upper Prickly Ash. daughter. A nice line of Sterling Silver Novelties at Ramsey & C'o.'c The bad effect of the ficezniK wrmlher on late sown tilllOtllV and wheat U I cared. Those owing ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 15 December 1898

"7 X i ! - C t 4 I " ! -1 am .-v.. . i . -- ' v. S'L 'il ; :i : 4 . - - 0 i' i - Owlnosvtile outloox. D. a ESTILU Publisher. OWINUSVILLI. i : KENTUCKY WHEN I CO HOME. Whsa I ko horns a simple spell. The wtirds, to cheer a toilsome wsy! Like eome faint, eweet and far-off bell, I hear their rchoea day by day. Mom dear, far time when I shall Mil Farewell to faeea slrance and cold. And tu.-n my teet to paths of old, la diatant homeland valleys hid. When 1 ro home dear lovlntt ryes Will smile a welcome Into mine. Dear voieea rlns wltl ftlad surprise. And mother arma around me twine. True hearts w ill hall me taek once more T ahare the old-time peace and rest. And hones and dreaming, lone rcprcst, ' Will bud and blossom as of yore. When I git home my pines m ill moan A plaintive erection on the hill. And there will rla a arelconilnc tone la every croon of meadow rills; And from Its rocky shore the sea Will aend the murmur, vast and d-ep. That lulled my childish eyes to slo p With echolncs...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 15 December 1898

v- -. , V -J " ', ; . 7 -S p, f- T u - I. 4 f f 7 1 STATE ITEMS THE LOUISVILLE LEGION. Eat Iraritm IWirs. Nilt t Wf1aM It IIm Hill Arrtt I I Ila-nll. Sana-ay .rM....tv. Loi ikvii.it. Ky.. IVe. 9. Estensive preparations are bciur iii.nl.' fur the reception of tlio l.ouivillc li'c'uin, hich is espected to arrive late !-uii-lav cvcn'mi; or earl v Monday riling. The transtrt whit-h is lirininir the loy fmtu I'urto Hint had not. m-iird-Ing to advice received late Thur'wlay night, reached Newport Nt-tv. Owing to a hitch liy the war dcpart inrit the rcpiiiicnt may Ik with out suitable quarters m its re turn. One representative of the dc parlmcnt secured a largv lu'ilding Wednesday, ami aunllicr hilicr in au thority reftt-eil to allow llu -utrait to be t.tfnel Thnt-Mlay. The Kliif de partment i uiakinir unusual prepara tions to handle the larjreerow.Ulli.it will swarm the s-t reels diiriii the jul-i-lee. Several liumlreil men will In dressed in citizens' ch-thin; to look for crooks. The eli...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 15 December 1898

-i i.:... i vou Hiv itut ted so We IV. i. s. r. I'uMi !,. -r. OWIXi'.SVll.t.K. $1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. N.vnor. Obituaries., moriatit etc.. not toccvI words. in-ei o,, . ... i . ... i i free: 1 chared tiilial t iijl-tv word for each adili- .rrevi..:id, eits will tt-n.- re mcTiilr to alwsvs mail their item a,, that they will reach us on Mon day. Tlii matter is seriously im portant t i s. CLUBBING TERMS. The Ow'nasvillo Outlook and , either f the foUcwlnR will be fornnvearforthOPriCO vent for one year for the prico named: J Outlook and Twico-a-Wcek Courier-Journalt $ 1 .20. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Commorcial Tribune, $ t .40. Outlook and Louisville Daily Evening Post. $2.S5. TIU IiSPAY. PF. IV iss. TtlF. treaty of rec lutweeli Sjvaiti and the Fluted State was nitined at .:43 'clock p. in.. Sat urday, PeCelllher 10th. Ji I.i'.iTi.K. w li. w conn red lv the wheat market instead of roru rring it, has pone the com- precsed-air power l)iiitiee. Iiavins; ' HHured the control of certai...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 22 December 1898

rr Yl Iff VOL. XX. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1898. NO. 22. lffihiitiiirirtn?ht' ft 00k mi 1 11 ii u ii ii 'mil Cut In Two. frices on all my hats from on until all are sold for cash. Mr. Esth.l. Anything you want at Brother & Good paster's. 1 Ksmacy o. Have a lanrr nn ' finer line of holiday goods this sea i sun thun over before, consisting I lima, (.lass ami Silverware, Ste ling Silver, brif-a br.e. Ac. At ' You are specially invited to exam ine them. 3. M. Riehnrt bought the tobacco of Tarlton Jones and sons, west of town, at 6c. A Hies line of Sterling Silver Novel tie at Ramsey & Co.'s. Wm. Atchison sprained his ankle at the Korge Mill last week and U using a crutch. Have you seen Brother k Good paster's Xmae triekf T C. W. Honaker.Jr, sold his house and lot in Harrytown to Mrs. S. Slesser for three hundred dollars. All kinds of dress goods cheaper at Mrs. Estitls than any place in town. Born, Dec. 6th, in Knoxville, Tenn., to Mr. and Mrs. John Rich ar...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 22 December 1898

f -1 - ' ' ' " "1 ; . at 1 .'. .,:. . - J - . i- - 1 !! y -- - - -. . a - a - . i OwlnosvlilejDotlooK. n a CSTILL. Publlshnr. OWlNi'SVlLLs.. ' : KENTUCKY DUTY. Thank Ood once more for Duty! when we He tVich umf hoc anguish on our brow, tr walk In wasknsss 'nenln some heavy load. Or fall by the wayside, while the world Cora on w ith all Ita merry whirl of nolsa, And never heeds that on la left behind: And hen our longing eyes (ran spaces far. And are through cloud tha red aun moving down Th western alone of aky : or when w hear The voices of the loiterers wandering by, Who bear away tha lat faint hop of cheer Then, then thank God for Duty! bending near. I.lka dear, old-fashioned, half-forgotten friend. Who stopped at home while Joy was of our gueala. Rut who. when youth and atrength and courage fair Have fled and left u shadowed by despair. Cornea softly In an", by the bedside bends. cV Ith a touch ao tender and a voice so true That healing drops upon us as her gift. Full simple clad...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 22 December 1898

- 1 V t r a. 'vf r V -7 to. FROM ALL OVER THE STATE. A MIDNIGHT WEDDING. raMlum I'aaala mt l-m sails ! . m a.. la What Was Alius. I a TvrrIM Tntfaalr. iah ihv r ir, Ky., IVe. 19.- Hissister's Iiunor ra ised Kubinsou A. MelViwell. jne of tlu most prominent joiing- at tornes of litis oily. In attempt Sunday afternoon to lake the life of Freeman Little, a real estate dealer of Oncns boro. Tmo shots were tired. ! of srhtch passed ttirou'.'h Little's rij;Ut band and the other tlironc;li the tails at his overcoat, iloinir no damage. Mc Dowell makes a serious acviisaiioit against the real estate dealer, lie said n the jail that his only regret was that liis aim had not Ix-en true. ' Miss MelKmell and her brothers hare always ffone iu the test society. Little is a son of Judge Lue':us Little, of Owrnsbom. lie is SO years of ap. and is a graduate of I'rineetnn. Little was released from jail shortly after 1 o'clock Mondar morning, and with IVputy County Clerk Kadcliff and ! Ihtvtiers Armstron...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 22 December 1898

OWIHGSVILLE OUTLOOK.! I'. S. I'M vWIXiSVM.LK 1'ul lishcr. Ki. aT I r-- . r- nr. aai i nir I m 91 r en ji.ri lit MiiVHUo E. N i ft-. 'hiltiarii -.tnctiioriams. '.. I i-l I in a 1 Ml .nl". inserted frit-: il !-. irgul f'T rm li addi tional eighty wolds. 'irri'w!ii!1-M w i'.I please rc-,.t- T tr, nS'nr nriil l heir items i il i'n-v ill ii h.1i u mi Men- lv. I his mutter i ecriousiy u t.r.t to lis. mi- CLUBBING TERMS. The Ow'n,.5vnia Outlook and cither ii the following will be ix-nt for one year for the price nr. moil : Outlook and TwIce-a-Week Co"-ier-.'oi!rrr t. $1.30. Outlook and Weekly Cincin nati Cfrincrcial Tribune. $.1 r. Oullookand Inuisvillo Daily F.vsnins Post, $2.85. TMl'lJsnAY. DF.C. 22. ISltS. Fou the r nun in V. S. Iiietn ry. a t ii f.T. ia power lias repre ei t it ivt i;, this country uoekini; n lo.-m. That show money i rl'oituT Iiitp i-n nhroad. Ai.i ixai ii utild an ideal Chi c:ii:.i ul.l.-ru an. It i rexirted dial h" .!einai Is uf pain a ransom of primmer lh (20,000.00...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 29 December 1898

J I dttllftTlYhf fitfte e vci It IL U II II H I 11 B II svv jv t f I - a " '-'A :--.7A VOL. XX. Price on all my hats from no on until all are sold for ok!:. Mki. Emu. The trade in Christmas goods; was from large to immense with the merchants here. Robert Bailey and Granville Horseman, of Prickly Ash, sold their tnhnrro at fie. J. T. Atchison, of lower Slate Creek, owned a mare that died last week at the age of thirty years. U. S. Deputy Marshal Tress Jackson was acquitted at his trial at Frenchburs for killing Awkrit. All kinds of dress goods cheaper at Mrs. Estill'a than any place in town. The colored people had a Christ-1 inas tree at their church on High street. Many presents were dis tributed. The school at the Seminary closed . Friday for the holidays. Prof. Kemper went home to Lexingtonto; spend the vacation. Eugene Minihan is making his friends happy by his annual distri-j bution of pretty pictorial calenders; They are especially handsome fof 1899. Fob Sail A fine lot of firs...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 29 December 1898

-:- 'A I V 4 1 v L 3 3 it :". iw r aasatvastaaav Owlngsvlilc ouuoqk. D. a. BSTILU PaMUher. OWINUSVILLE. t t KENTUCKY Am the banquet of the lord mivoi Of London 1M odd baskets of frac; moats were fathered up and k'iveu U to the poor. hi Massachusetts tiipsy MotH Ooiu missi.m lias spent f JH.lK0 this yeat tiphtinjj the destructive bug- and wants similar i urn for next year. M. Tboi n lor, late Fr.-ii.-h mini for the colonies, has Iwo the victim ot queer hit of spite, tin- barristers ol hi .list rut having disl.arr.-d him by virtue of a forgotten law- that forbid any lawyer from acccptine; a salaried position. As the French ministers art all paid officials, and many of them law yers, general applieatiou of I he law- would In disastrous. A Ix-iii:d novelty iu the was. of newspaper enterprise is aiiuoiin cd frMn Iiplan.L The first paper in tr.at country has appeared. It is written pon a sinple sheet of pa-r aud i published everj Sunday at a town w ith an unpronounceable name, l pt.it.u p...

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