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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 3 October 1895

Mr? AM' v (Is .ARBAJ, . 5 'SMftm . ' QlUlTuJUtllllHIlKli "I rOCTOMtt 3, 1895. NUMBER 3 dr. Afon fair Frank- Mark. Mender ta lle tliiatfeeki Pi snpnt few fie Conference and rr Vanceliiirtr. tn onferencn aanirnft Pisuing year. iTry Shrout. widow nf n.J. Rhroilf. lnft nn Prl. ier home. t Pnri- Vn , extended visit r-lmK-.. t'jwn ""d counti .. - SKCBKIinjP'S SALE FOR TAXES By virtue of taes due the State of Kentucky and Beth county for the veara 1889, 1890, 1891 and 1892, 1 wlir, on MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1895, at the Court-house door1, In Owingsville, Bath county, Ky., be tween the hours of 9 o'clook a. ra. and 4 p. nt.t expose to Publio Sale, to the highest bidder, for cash In hand, the following property; to-wlt. : OWIXUSVILLI. Barnes, Jariiea '92, horM 3 80 Caruiichaei.JaiE 90-91-92 ' 19 13 "Cdev, Jack 89-91 23 85 ' ,afe 91 "7 55 'nt 92 " 4 40 n92 " 5 90 6 65 7 20 6 60 6 15 Gray, W m R 90 "6 CO Garner, J M 92 5 25 Hawkins; Garrett 89-00-91- 92 " 20 30 Horseman, Omar 90-91 7 10 Horseman,...

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 October 1895

r 'Id at Cle . M-ml ht the Delmatea A Their Vle-rdna the Qweatloa commendd with weak he oscillation ". ";atro-ln- ; lng; her tin ' ' tton and nm I no- and Ik i'i bcnefl' i , ;.iiinf , n., i '.irt In tl".' e.r I ji wr1 . hv (! will In. .a .I.JkJ V. 1.mklak U. : -t J.t.-The flraJ Innnul conru ' l'T the International ficep Water wa- asoclatlon was Opened at S o'clock, TV day afternoon. ten. Kdward l (dir.- if New Vork, president of lha New Yoiu IK' "nm mission and ex-eommlssloner' avi jrstlou of the United Mate v in v lected temporary chairmnn He said: "I thank rou m-ir.ily ffr the jfreat honor yon . v Jone ma i -akino; mc tempo-i.tr i .airman of mi.. u .1 tonTcntlon aa tt. , and I eon (ri'.tnlate yon on its auiiplcioua open 1 1 g, and bright promise nf results great and far reaching for pood for our fellow men. I conUlcr thla to ' be one of the tnot Important nnhllj Catherine eer assembled in tlrla country, certninly the otioRt important of the past 25 r yMl v, because of the nature '...

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 January 1896

5 w.v-- 9 Mta ESI AIM MDlfrlJ invi rinut mum j; lTocrlNi hio-h'i.l an mil rtviil In i-lreolalloo in ll rt.1.1 in tu- nm 3 tare years. II should uuv- your rwuage. VOL. XVII. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 189G. prolix 6 i V i i . ' .ar ' f - n v - - ' "'I'm'''!' I ." i : . - Happy New Yer to all. No headache ia Estill' favorite whiskey. 8m ad. of Commercial College, Ky. University. The water hare been at flood tide for aeveral day. Bora, at Crai. to Arnold Good paster and wife, a oa. Claud Hasdrig " Mt Sterling potmaterhip. Estilr ravorit wuistey la w paraat aa4 boat fr aicka. --t . . m . or More day lioara Mm Br -ib PetebI Krea la dafl tinte the deman for EUTa favorite whiskey keejfe acreaeinjr. an of We ara twtd tbat a eentlei dear Reynold.ville traded a horse far tw Uirkeya. Ship your tobacco to the Brown Tabaceo Warehouse, lutsviue, Jr. Peed Y Good paster. Agents. Fob Sale. Si pure-bred Jer sey eo, alt fresh. Apply to Dr. G. W. Coaaer, Owingsville, Ky. H Say, bay, di...

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 January 1896

i'--','7.-.-:-.:'JTV-;V.- i . - -- --'. ' a t 3 . . . t V - as air, .entury i doitiina- a ..an it: .'hilli airo at J on il Texan in the -..eaare native af - airlish a-oal shaft is at ,iery at Ashton depth "jij, the telegraph com- prorial rid were asing :,.',- tea are said to le They ish women. just onlrrwl its lirst ,- . . - .iine. llioy are to covt l.i t and Sl.MKX .a u lvtMK. p-oxirmor-clei't Maryland, in the fourth member f hit familr to bold that office. A HIM. to prevent lynching lias ased the (ieorfia houM, liut there were ten otea asaiiiKt iu The pame romniikkionem think 4.0tsi deer have been alauphtered in the Maine wood this aeaNon. A Nm llAt't.x eHiiianr Iia alan doned it arteniaa ell after drilluijr &,(XHI feet ithout trettni); vtater. I'.KilM.ir Mnx.ii vtas 1'iirned to death at lonaoonini;. Md , Mhile try iag to Mre the other inmate of her home. monetary ayatera of Vene- xu'!!Hja mat of .me Italia convention. the frTlvreireeuted bv the bolirar. In l;o Venezii-U rose ...

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 January 1896

'r S, -s - ' t r tr .' - .-- 3 . -' , i A -3 1 . . . 1 - . . . i i - w-. . - - , .V-'J , m . s - . ..' i Z. ' m W OWIKGSViLLE OUTLOOK IX ft. ESTILL. Publllbw. OWIKOSV1LLE. i i MY GIFTS. WitttrnuT perfumr Bttb tlt fcurt, I rttld kei iImui but a day. They m ore drad kr dar a done. Summer la emrf14 &rrd- ma Horn era fcrlfft-t and fair Whm I p nturJ tam to my hrra&. ih to ;r Iau4r prn.hr4 tUra Am' tun La Kha fruition me. UVt the hllla with ioa.Uic ImrtH, Deed aea (rails tUry proved to Ik. W kWB to da -4 aud ako lurwd- Awl I told mv bart tta anrraw. Wining last- hrna a dar. N'r ift cne na ra-a ik-w mrrow, With thai morrow p. away. Wftttter came and our rrt mridtwr. U'bra the :. or.- b.tittir ..-!, Loverainr to kit aiihi war'. Ins looked Uiio tuy oye aad -ml Vd AndltJ.4 Iworo. to. wili ma. IVri.h ItLe all otSer th a It couara rm but tonTM-tv me Leave t tav rr m Hut the Im-r ti. r im an hid den. Staid and en.- dar cr,-w m--e d-ar. Till a-itUia m he irt taaa hi Mce. kere to brut It ...

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 January 1896

1-- .. V ! A i i I V ) r A ' . , 4 . . "i " w. . . . 1 i 4.., .1 w. e t r thr. ' brvecl 'Tb . . - ,e. . i Owingsville Ouilcck. l. X. KMT 1 1 I- owiNc.svi'i.i.i:. I'l HI.ISIIIK, KY. tiii:i:muy. Jan. I YEAS I ADVANCE. K ti.oat Honor. ... icVans oii;;ht to lw and -.i.i.i,ies :-.re, enthusiastically p ji.e ' i e of t tic distinguished lion- or f 4 .-red Min the Mate and peoi'j ly Secretary Herbert in naming battleship No. A of the I'nitcd State Navy Kentucky." The contract for building the Kentucky wan awarded to the New- fiort Newt shipbuilding company nut week, according to the act of t'ongrcs authorizing two bxttle- ik it of the first class to lie built. ..rof which waa to 1 nam.- ! J.ir-.-rsarge,' in honor of the rcceii- I , W recked destroyer of the lauioiif ; ( iil.'fui" Alabama, ; iie Kearr,.e and the Kei.tu. kv .iil Ik- alike iu all essential rcsp.i-ts em. v ill be I'tlilt ly the pause eoi:i- j : . ..y .iiid at the Mine time. In tlx ... .mil oi the expert of the I'. S . . the 5 ...

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 January 1896

Daniel, 01 . ranted a wido .j-ull times the- demand re favorite whiskey keep ' . ' - tOwianville Stepstone 1 te is completed and . thrown travel. iak, 18 ewe, n r grade, lamb.- Dr. Geo. Conner, fsvilU, Ky, . "".,. tv 8aj.. Six pure-V - ."--eey M, aU fresh. Apply to i t ' V' .qctbb, Orlngsviilc, Ky. v. KMn nnr (Ahaea CO thetrr'a-ir " J . jr - - - ; (baeeo Wart?w IruTsvllle, .-O C-Mtn t-r. genta. . Jt V. sTTri.aeTof Poplar . . s PUixa, sit preach at the f r riB.r .V . Chorch tonight (Tsurads v ). -TJtpv:. i f.agw ni hv a ' ix .w . .. it. liurch at " . Shrowr hs f ull k of rn it are,,. Cottlw and Burial CUtUa at bww pricca. !M Vsay, ba, you know Estiirs fsr:T t ".nl of pure old tour ar Uiing the town by storm? :.. Jan. 1 fchd. new leaf a)t?odr,ae iash, $1.M and orge A. Peed of Flat Creek, ?tobac-leaf -.rash at 4c, and fly en and tips at 2c Vetnam, of headwaters of jek, sold bia tobacco to D. .urt at 10c good farm of 60 wKlo-room dwelling, lasting f"f. :oimi out-building. Also a :wt n-t...

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 January 1896

V i r ir 3 f f . . 1 .ered la slow solemn whi-pnrs, . M head clover Is bent, "nwjs-kaow a deal store thai they did la i day." "Yes; w4 girls sre a deal more content.'' Ram 'a Han SS1SSS FOUR. CHAFTEB ZIL tnj aT&iKaTOBror joxatmax kmaix. A ey patient man wu the' inspector la the cab, for it was a weary time be fore I rejoined him. Ilia face, clouded ewer wbfa I elbow e4 him the empty box. - - ; . "Tbw jw the reward," aaid lie, frtoomily, "Where there fai no money there 1stw pay. This rlfrfifa work i iTTTTave been worth a tenner each . ' am llrmrn and me If the treasure hart been there." -Mr. Thaddcne Sholto iaa rich, man." I aaid. "He will aee that yon are re warded, treasure or no." The inspector ahook hi bead de t.ondently, however. 'It's a bad job," be repeated, "and ao Mr. Athrlney Jonea will think." Hia forecast prored to be correct, for the detective looked blank enough whea I got to Baker atreet and showed him the empty box. They had only '- Just arrived. Holmes, the priso...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 6 February 1896

r.T 1 t!i,-tT-i" v- fi - ' i r.','. ., ur , lMf7JJti'fhoiA at 9:30 p. m. Jb f"? 4 li I 1 t 2ltKd iT elk v .A-TaBt week it was their Jb-e weather and ground Sboth favorable for the work. Eoos Fob Sale. From pure bred Light Brtmti and single comb Brown Leghorns at 1 1 for 15. Mm. T. I. Joees, Wyoming, Ky. Samuel P. Moffett and Miss VI v lua Thompson, of Sharp aburg vi '-ruitv. went to Lextnioa weo ady of Uat week and were wed . ded. George and John Boyd, of Beth el Brecinct. bought the Flat Creek farm of Mrs. John J. 8moot, pay f 4.000. ia three payments, f them acres of ft. . Lea D. Brother Co. bare bought out to Owingsville Lumber Yard f Thompson 6 Gullett and will keep a full stock of lumber and other building supplies. The members of the Christian Church oa last Friday might made generous donation of cweets and other dainties to kelp out - Elder Porter's family until they get set tled Into housekeeping. The bluebirds left the harbinger . ing-of -spring business to the robins - thi...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 6 February 1896

over ,p m, I am ssto (bare V hesitate; khiin, and ioa-eth ther. tether, or . ; , by the , : jwvwould ' ,.s Let me ' . breast and bv the light DK uoai snere is at. "the bowlder . wrtnnil anil mn th Ll?ainat which I a track my leg, -for only one point of it is fixed in your back. Do you think that anything- is broken, Ignatio?" "I cannot say, senor, my pain is great and I am being; slowly crushed to death; bat I believe that as vet my bones are whole. Fly, senor, I beg; of yon." "I will not," be answered, sullenly. j "I am going to roll this rock off yon." Then, lifting; with all bis great strength, be strove to mora the stone, but without a Tail, for it was beyond the power of mortal man to stir it, and all the while the black mass trembled a bore bis head. "I must go foe help," he said pres ently. "Tea. res, senor,' I answered; "go tor help; for I knew well that before be 'OonlJ return with any, more of the roof would have fallen shutting me in to perish by indies, or perhaps crush ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 6 February 1896

. ' fig a . . ram i '. v - v""' r ve pownam. jt z -SSr- Howmam Aau, of Blsnchsrd, . - mi i i . i . i . St3.v HH atlUS K TXfa WTTT IHU waIJVl II to foxes aear her hom this winter without mkl fro anyone. - Kirs generations of one family are living on a homestead at Bardtown. Oa. The head of the family, W. O. Cherry, has 136 living deneendant. Js Baasiaa Poland all trains mast -stop at every station nntll the chief of polios (or gendarmerie) of the plao gives penaissioti for their departure. JoaAK, the chimpansee in Central park. New York, is very fond of liquors of any kind. Tort wine and whisky are, however, said to be her favorites. Ci.ark.kct. Cl-mss, of Kansas City, has in his possession a copy of the Ilaltt soore Advertiser of Angast 90, 177s, to which Washington advertised Land for Wk. Kivkm, a mineralogist of New York, has recently discovered a toarma lia crystal worth In the road bed f the new speedway along the Harlem river. "Tub Blae Bella of Scotland" was writtea by Annie M...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 6 February 1896

' xouthern .u federal Govern- nearly like an English ease ia Chancery, no matter how just said claim is, but it ia booed by the people of Bath county that they will recover the value of their Court-house burned by Capt. Kite's company of Federal soldiers dur ing the war. The act if don in tentionally was one of purely wan ton destructivencsa and was not a war necessity in any respect. Con gressman Pugh, o a dispatch says, has succeeded in having the Com mittee on War Claims make a fa vorable report on the bill to appro priate 110,000 in payment or said claim. Tie way of most politicians is more or less tricky, borne are not too tricky, but Just tricky enough. Others are so tricky that their vaulting ambition overleaps itself nd falls sprawling on the other side. Dr. W. Godfrey Hunter did that war. The Doctor appears to hare been all sorts of things pnliti cally to the different people whose support he desired. He was for sound money in the State Conven tion. but in order to se ure P...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 12 March 1896

1 A:?- f locr w t SWORN tut lhal copies Oitiooji er rtreulated during e weeks W; averse. 4 Oitiammc wrerlreulettHl:avrat!e.l.3ll J weekly, Kellngg knows bought I.?77 werhly. Bought ataay nun than 5 !, u IM eopu ltw to IJ eoptet weekly. that Bf Keilog, VOL. XVII. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 189G. 00 V II It 11 II II II II il II II II II 12 NUMBER 35. Jo ;'. - - i v. . - o 1 a 1 r I . .' - - . . - -'. i.' - A ' V A. SB . . . . i . - it ;- a. .-;-' ' J m'-' f ' -'" '" . at Goodpaetcr The blackbirds' arrived last week. advance guard 8 Spools Clark's O. N. T. 10c at Goodpaatcr A K.illp.trick's. Born, Mar. 7th, to Samuel Elling ton and wife, of Lower Slate, a 9 lb. daughter. Eugene Minihan will save you money on Flows, Flow Points and Flow Gearing. On Friday night, and also on Monday night, the wind blew at almost a hurricane velocity. Ship your tobacco to the Brown Tobacco Warehouse, Louisville, Ky. Peed A Goodpaeter, AgenU. The Brown Tobacco Warehouse, Louisville, Ky, the...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 12 March 1896

OWINGSViLLE OUTLOOK IX S. ESTILL, Publisher. OWINGSVILLE, ET. A RAINY DAY. Wo Ilk a rainy y nit m t a ":" Mm folk set arona' an growl, mis-but kl bs: If wqmwi'i Mm fer rommagln' la chtst aa' trans an thing; Par ntdiC 14 to letters aa' faolla' with old ring. toraelmerth Mtrta waea the ground's barn we a spell. Aa' th rata It fallla' lonesome aa' ao body's frella' well: Bow hatls roaa' a ba7 a a bamblebe aa' take Taa pirrur ova aa' dual 'aai ttlt a toller baa the shake. Aa th eld rkUt Inula out 'aid quilt aa itches on the flor; Aa tbe letter what 1 wrot her. apellla' through m all tvnee more: Aa' tbe tmilr vbtla abe t e-readla', aa' some. time yoa'll ae a tar A-fallin' oa tba pa par that tha't kept fcr twen ty year. Aa' thra I'r got to comfort ker. aa' ae t make aaaow Aa' tell her li t taa rainy day what kurta bar Kelts' ae; Aa' jest oae word It ataru ker ea tbe blfgest kind e' err. Till I alia ia' wub taere'd sever beea ae happy day f one by. That's how tbe weather dee cai these eat ...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 12 March 1896

3 -4 OWIKGSVILLE OUTLOW D. S. ESTILU PvblUkar. I . I 3 : :t i H t Ma MARCH 1896. Sjj- Mob. Tw.WtlTlny. fHiit J2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2i 21 i J 16 2i 20 2. 22 23 24 25 26 27 25 29 30 31 M M M MARTIAL L An Attempt to Hold a Meeting to Ex press Anti-American Sentiment, , CURRENT TOPICS. RH mama is the highest tarr4 pun try ia the world. I J amr Whitcomb Rilit luMim his reUrenirnt from the lertureplat frrm. j Ytcttk Ci'ii.iif.kt has gia f er rUna; brvause it eaaaea bar to ftrgct things. i Thk population of Kewfoaadlam ha tacrraarU from 10,000 in ITS to Jtt.OOt ia y Mia liaannoa u at one tine aa awtrras, playing; auiall parta in! the rorinrea. I A I J. the Western l'n ion ncasrtgr-Vj-b in Lexington are to be exjuirjwd with bicycle. Tiikrk ia to be a trans-Mis.siyp and International exposition hold at Omaha in IWW. f. The CnMWf-o university la makinj-aa effort o secure lairrewiki for its Oo-rt-ratory of Music. Alsxaxokb r'Kkmsos and his rosier, tt Frankfort, Ind.. are aged respective ly 103 a...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 12 March 1896

t .-1 ." w Owingsville Outlook. I. K. ttSTII.L, I'uai.mics, OWINGSVILLE. KY. SUBSCRIPTION, SI YEAR IN ADVANCE. THURSDAY. MAR. 12. 1896. We have Iott so mueli by unpaid announcements of candidates for Hlitical nominations and oflices that we have made an invariable rule to require the cash in advance for all such announcements inserted in Tub Oitiook. The identity or all writer of communication for publication in Tiic Octlook tuuet be known to the editor to insure insertion : therefore, sign your real name to what you write for us, else your communication will not be printed. We will not publish the writer's name uulces by his consent. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce Samuel T. Jones, of White Oak, a candidate for the Democratic nom ination for Jailer of Itath county. Election, November, 1897. The Ky. Senatorial Race. After some days of wrangling, the General Assembly Republicans nominated St. John Boyle, of Louisville, for Senator in the place of Dr. Hunter, who withdrew...

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