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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 2 April 1896

ftlT J SWORN RPTUPPM IVV. 1 II VaN.lt IV IX. a, &, A Jan. 1.1J.over io.wu cple to: Thai iM,H7 copies Outlook were f rirrwlateil dartae m wwki Taj; average. lMTLooK werrlrculatrd;aver.'f.l.li wfcly. Kelhics knn we b. hi lit iiwttii. duuhui Bwa am im . i I.X3U lo IM copies wivkly. that of Ki llonK. els PR VOL. XVII. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, I89C. NUMBER 38. 4 596 t i 4 3 3 V 1 A a - -1 i .' A, --- ue -'"' ' - " .r Crs&Uaa. ': ; .... '"yj.'-J .. . K '" '. " . -v . : ' J r " . . f ' . - i 3 ' " Best Calicoes 5c A Killpat rick's. t Goodpastcr The blue-grass on rich soil is W-green and growing nicely. 8 Spools Clark's O. N. T. 10c at Goodpastcr A Killpetrick's. Tn. Stevenson, of Sbarpsburg, baa had a reissue of pension. The announcement can be de ferred no longer : Spring has come. Will T. Warner bought a aorrel horae of G. A. Peed ; price private. Wild ducks hare been numerous on the water-courses for the past lev da ys. Eugene Minihan will save jou money on Plow...

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 April 1896

Owlnosvliie Outlook. a ft. ESTILL, Publisher. OWIXOSVII.LE, : : KENTUCKT. ONE BY ONE. One by eoe the sands ar flowing. Cm by on th moments (all; Bom are commit, some are going. Da aot etrlve la grasp tbam all. Ona by ena thy duties wait thee. Let thy whole strength ire to rack; tet bo future dream elate thee. Learn thou drat what thoaa ran tea on. Ona by one (bright gifts of Heaven), Jo-a are aent thee here below; Take them readily when given. Beady, toe. to let them go. Cme by one thy griefs shall meet flea. Do aot fear aa armed band : One will fade aa others creel thee. Shadows passing through the land; Da aot look at life's Ions; sorrow; Sea how small each moment's pals; Ood alll help thea for to-morrow, 80 each day beln again. Every hour that fleets so slowly liaa Its task to do. or bear: Luminous the crown and holy, w hen each rem la kept with rare. Da not Hncer with regretting Or for passing hours despond; Nor. the astir tod forgetting. Look too eagerly beyond. Hours are golde...

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 April 1896

..T r --;- V ' . - - -1 1 mmSttmm CrOBS : v-5 ', - vi . ' h rv. 5 .'- fsuiii . 1 VJ vw y-jjaaav 8" fa '-...' - - rio Vv.. V ' -: s MOI.K OF A FIEA'R Two Killed and Thre Fatally Injureo by an Unknown Man. fa Mantoor Coopl. Wero Mrahrn of Be Wealthiest Kan II In la North cast ors) Ohks-RoMsrrj Sat the Ohjors "wplraw Best, m a Neighbor. IBVtXAXIK .. Marvh .SO. At on . .a, t f 1-W Similar morninjr the moat fiVntl sh .leed that haa ever claimed entrance v the criminal history of Ohio, was ... Perpetrated near TaUiiuult!-. a village live tailee north of Akron, i Alvin Stone, aped 0;, and his wife, ' VJ !, while asleep at their home Vcre lrutally murdered ly a tiend. who literally Ix-at their heads to piece, after which numerous knife thrust "www made into the Utdics of the dead. Yo daughters, Ilattie, aged 2, Kmma, aped 37, aud the family servant. A. V. St illxtn, were aim attacked. All three f these are fatally injured and are un nnticiouB and bleeding at the home awaiting- death. They 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. — 2 April 1896

i V V - . ' - m Owingsville Outlook. D. M. KHT1I.L. 1111 LI (IIIKE OWINGSVILLE, KY. SUBSCRIPTION, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. . THURSDAY. APRIL 2, 1896. We have lost so much by unpaid announcements of candidate for political nomination and office that we have made an invariable rule to require the cash in advance for all Filch announcements inserted in The Oitlook. Th identity of all writer of communications for publication in Thk Oi'tlook mut be known to the editors to insure insertion: therefore, Mgn your real name to what you write for us, else your communication will not be printed Wo will not publish the writers name unless by his consent. ANNOUNCEMENTS. w e are authorized to announce Samuel T. Jones, of White Oak, a candidate f'-r the Democratic nom ination for Jailer of Hath county, Election, November, 18P7. Tin rush to get on the McKinley band-wagna continues. The merry Itradlcy-IIuntcr war continues, and the Governor is get ting the worst of it. The Republican silverites insist tha...

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 April 1896

v. - '. 4 - V v I SWORN Bpt. &.", Jun-l.THVoverSyiMmiileii C JrTiuK treriivulalMl;itvt'iut:i,14l C wwtly. krlloKg know. btiuglit J !, to I.SH U. wn kly. C 3 to: Tk to: That M.4IT coptM Oirri.oo r i circulated during le weka vraf . 1.177 wtxkly. Bought mmoj more than J ' that ol that uf KalloRg. YOL. XYII. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AP11IL 9, 1896. NUMBER 39. 1 ' - TV - o urn rj ii ji u ii ii ii ji in i I ii ii H H H v 3) fc J 1 r ". -, kv . V :- - V ' - V Com aki 8r Us. Nest Mon day mill be County Court day. Will it lx too much to at-k our friends to look at the green blip on the margins of their Outlooks and ee when their subscriptions are paid up to and to come in and pay or snd in what they owe us? We realize as well as anybody that times are hard. They are and for over four years have been as hard with us as with anybody that works hard for a living, met-ts his indebtedness nromntlr when it comes due. at any sacrifice, andde nus himself nearly everything but the absolu...

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 April 1896

-I'M --. fV; 'V.-i.x-i - v 2. 1 Owlngsvllle OutlooK. D 8. ESTILL. PubUahw. OVV1XC-AILLE, : : KENTL'CKV. ART. One t wrote a trm4n Tro amsuma thln- Homicide and tralctde. Blood and poisoning I Took It to a manarer; How he shook his homdl ' Plato-rue bM merit, but i t Artr bo i BtreJa-ht I wrote novel, then, Poycholoclcoi. Bctentlfle, Biystle, weird, NooloficU. Published tu at any expense Dowa K toll Hk lead: Oahkoeh Tribune aotleod I " Tint Art!" it Mid. Tboa t penned an eijlc arsrfli In tt I toM how Everrthln bu happened from Genesis to bow. Tot tho criUos howled It down. Roared tn Mtnu dread htle they ahook their frowsy lock " Tlaat Art!" they mid. 1 hen i eoujcht printer out. Had the whole throe "pled." Published It In green and white. Weird deelfna Inside. What It meant I never knew, AU tho nation read. Critics hailed tt with deltcht " This Is Artr they said. Richard Stiumaa Powell, la Puck. HEART OF IDE WORLD. BY fl. RIDER HAOQARD. a Mrsnt Stan. Takes Frew a isnrrlst saetaad ay s...

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 April 1896

' r ' - X' :t 3 a' V 4 a"" - - .: 1 I Araaenii "V MiseCli Na timeagi those w 1 --i: I' ... J i i " M I 1 ... 0 HE DECLINES. Secretary Carlisle Not a Candidate for the Presidency. The fteevetary Has a Profound Inlrml la the Welfare of the I'art). Hut Think ' fcrrve the f'oautry Mn hjr Halc la III I'mrnl lv.lt !. Wami.nv.ti. April JH-crrtarv Car- SKiu'.sy rvt-iiinff Kve out the fol- ing letter to Chainiuin lonir. of the U niocratic state central comriittec of Kentucky, declining to enter thecon t .1 ftr the ii tnocratic iiomius'ion for he residency: T::i:Asn:i Hi i-t i.tmi vt. Offu i: or 1 TliK M: in r akv, J V' An:iintx, l C., April 4. 1SMC. t'has. IL lmg. Ksq., chairman demo cratic state central committee, IxHiis ville. Ky.: Mv lt:AR Sik: Your favor of March S. in which yon say in sulstauce that many of my frieuds in Kentucky and clicw here desire me to liccoiiie a candi date licforc the approuching national Uniocratic con rent ion for nomination fr the oftice of president and reque...

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 April 1896

"'"'NJse-'i V -v v v "" V- . ' ( I. As i t i .1 -4 t . - t t i - 4.. , - - Jt ' - A' Owingsville Outlook. O. H. KKTIIX. ri ULisiiis, OWINGSVILLE. - - KY. S'JBSCRIPTIDN, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. - THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 18?6. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We aro authorized to announce Samuel T. Jones, of White Oak, a candidate t'r the Democratic nom ination for Jailer of Hath county. Election, November, 185(7. Got. Bmam-fy has fast hii polit ical lot with the A. P. A.' and is working them for all he can get. IUU the Catholics will tend to lirad's case effectually. Got. ItBArti.EY i said to be an A pee-ay, while McKinW ia an Ancient Hibernian, and because of thin, it is said, the A-pce-ays will leg for Bradley at St. Louis. Fob a man who was politically kicked out and threatened with great bodily harm. Dr. C.J. Walton displays a decided fondness fortbe hurly-burly of General Asaembly politics. He secured the re nomi nation for the Senate in his dis trict Ik the event of McKinUy's elec tion the 110 Montgomery...

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 April 1896

2 SWORN " lo: That M.II7 cwpirs Oi TtnM war ) circulated tlurlni; ."J wrk Hfi; nvrnm. ,J lj7wt-rkl.Y. tiought iinujr niurt thau y that of KrllullK. J ... . i iwX.a, Jan. i,w.mw jn-mn-oriira f ' Oi'TlouK rvrir-ilatMl ;avria(',IJIIu C cm ijrst m ix -uHf tt-kiy. C A OL. XVII. OAVINGSVIXLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AlMtlL 10, 189B. NUMBER 40. sknifnnrnniimwwmmniiiimKmiiiiHHw 1 THE 15EAUTIFUL 10 PER CENT. DISCOUNT TO ALL CASH BUYERS. I MRS. D. S. ESTILL. - OWINGSVILLE, KY. nimiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiuiiiiniiiiiimiiiiuiiiiiii.l ! mi Best Calicoes 5c 4 Killpatrick'e. at Good paster James Otis, of Polksville, told horse Monday for $90. S SdooU Clark' O. N. T. 10c t tster & Killpstrick'e. v r. Warner bought of Jeff At chiaon, Monday ,a work mule for $70. Born, April 8th, to Mr. and Mrs. "Win dau m. MeCarty, of Forge Hiu, a ghler. uorn, on me tain inav., w tif and Mr. Roe Myers, of Forge Ililt daughter. V Eugene Miitihan will care you money on Plows, Plow Points and Plow Gearing. - Rer. W. D. Well bu...

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 April 1896

A -i ! i -. . i J T afv S V '4 - v j - "." ' ."' " :. s sT - - ' . .' . -.' - ,v.--.,--V,-V -'-.--.. -.-, . 4. . ., ----vI.-. . ' . . 4. '-- ...'....' ' '...;.'--. - ' .- - V .."!..-..: V V- ... -',.'' : - -', . . . ' Owinosvilie Outlook. II &. ESTIIX, Publisher. OWI.VGWII.U2, t : KENTUCKY. WHAT'S THE USET K1 coddls as a wo. Don't think about your torn. What's the uaaT It wily ma lira jrsa wsrr. and keeps yon la a flurry. What' Um umT Ttet l no excuse. Dent talk about your wrons. K makes H last too Ions. What a ta uaT It only give yaw pain, and suffering a Kiln. aat a Va uaar Titers s i Doa't talk of your disaster. It makes tha tears flow faster. What's tas use? It only keeps yoa weeping, and hlndera you from sleeping. What's tha tiaet. Thera's ao excuas Don't talk of your mishap. It's only ons mors rap. What a tha uaaT It aniy ran annoy, and your peace of mind deetroy. What's tha uaeT Tbara's no excuse. Don't talk of your affliction. It only causes friction. What's tha oseT It ...

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 April 1896

Owlnosvllle Outlook. D. S, ESTILL, Publisher. OWINGSVILLE, : : KENTUCKY. CURRENT TOPICS. Vr.RMOKT claim to have 11 living ex- MW UOTS. Trk yield of Vermont maple ct'gar it wrr small tlita rear. A ai.lox waa originally a pitcher or jar regardless of the nit. Wiiks terrified the ostrich travel at tie rate of ti miles an hour. Chicago's repisteretl voter are 45,000 in excess of the voting population. luniHATK indicate an increase ol I.no,ouo buahela in thia year' com va 000.000 cattle are slaughtered yearly for the manufacture of beef ex tract, Mary Black. A3 years old, haa been arrested in Detroit 40 times for drunk- Eijcctbicitt may be auttituted foV steam in the Carnegie steel works, at Itraddock. Pa. A Ki-HBkm of Chicago carpenters are Ktriking for aa eight-hour day at S.1 renta an hour. Ta wars of the last 70 years have . Russia fl. 771,000,000 and the livea l'I 4,000 men. A iixr(iMl monument will soon be erected to (Jen. Sherman in I-ancaster, st, his native city. la Liverpool th...

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 April 1896

4 i f A - :. -v.. - - v - ' a. - . i i - ' v I 'a.- . , - - . ' i J . I ' A -. . ' f '.. ' " -. . 1 . .r--;:..'-.ll. - - .- 1 Owingsville Outlook. t. M. K8TII.L. rtBUiuia, OWINGSVILLE. - KY. SUBSCRIPTION, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. THURSDAY. APRIL Ifi, 1SW. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce Simucl T. Jones, of White Oak, a candidate f'r the Democratic nom ination for JaiW-r of Rath county. Election, November, 1897. John Jackson, of Preston, is m candidate for the Democratic nom ination for Jailer of Hath Co. We bare lost no much by unpaid announcement of candidate for political nominations and otlieea that we have made an invariable rule to require the cash in advance for all such announcements inserted in Tub Octxooe. The identity of all writers of communication for publication in The Outlook must be known to the editors to insure insertion: therefore, stgn-your real name to what you write for us, else your communication will not be printed We will not publish the writer's bame...

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 April 1896

, . ; f ....... r 1 3 I SWORN 1 BeTweeN J PTt. &.-&. A J an. 1 . He. over ".l4 rorlpi i OiTt-ooa rT-clrcuiatcd;avera(ie-,l.IO J weekly. Kellocg know bought to I.S4I copies weraly. 3 lot That M1T cnplea OuTfcooa wet circulated during &l week t6; average. wrkfv. Bought many snor laaa that of Kellocg. v.., flftrr mt VOL. XVII. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY. AFIUL 23, 1896. NUMBER 41. 3 t t t r r . iy . V " on N - - " W ua w e v. .y 1 a. . W nle!aTS v . ... I THE BEAUTIFUL 10 PER CENT. DISCOUNT TO ALL CASH BUYERS. MRS. D. S. ESTILL, - OWINGSVILLE, KY. luuihiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiuiiiiii Best Calicoes 5c fc Killpatrick's. at Goodpaster Born, to Flem Wells and wife, April 16th, a daughter. 3 Spool. Clark' O. N. T. 10c at Goodpaster V Killpatrick's. Born, April 20th, to W. W. Bailey and aife, on Salt Well, a daughter. W. D. Young .hipped a carload of bog to I ho Cincinnati market Saturday. W.R. Williams write from Sher burne that hi loss by fire wa not over $325. Th...

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 April 1896

jf- QwlngsvlllG OutiooK. U &. ESTILL. PuBllthcr. OWiycsVII.LE. : KENTUCKT. A UTTLE BOY FOR SALE. A mother u busy at work one dr., Whti her dear Itttl boy with hi tova Han In from hi I'lay, aa I. r Ik hi in May, With all of hi trap and nolm. Tob BMLka such a din." the mM to him. Whit b workod with his tool, hlaj.iv: I'll rut yo to bod or I'll aril you." al-.e aaid. "To tha man who huy little boys." A Hula boy fur aala; A Uttla boy for aalc; The price Ja ao low you raa buy him, I know; My UtUa boy'a for sale; A llttla boy for sale; A Uttla boy for aale; Ma anakee ao much no la with hla hammer and toys. My Uttla boy for aa la. The dear little boy waa quiet one day. Ha had laid hla toy aaide. Tlx mother haa erased her work to pray: "O. lxrd, with me abide: Aa ah atta by th bed of her curly head. A aoft tM onfc ah alnaa; "a. hea out of tha (loom of that amall. quiet Cornea th rustle of anuria- wines. There' no little boy for aale; There' no little boy for aale; Ha ma bought by tha lo...

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 April 1896

A A ?-4 fa - ia Y "!Wal -'Sav - Y -it -r - - . 'V ; , .v.. - $ ANNUAL CLERKS. Thir Employment by Congressmen the Whole Year Round yX laaataaal r llartne; I ha tiaxaloi - taw llaal B-a t'oaaaliirra-al la I - I I Hal tha Hoaea Caaafarrara , I V Than Am ta I ha i'l-oax Saxaloa Tbv Hat ha- Maiaata, lld Not 'rnaMMillaaaa. , , Vaiiixots, April 20. Tim lion .k HnuiitUr on iMMittDta m ill ra-port Mam ' day without ravamiim-mliition tln rew- Intion proviJinjr for lha' cniployuiont f . cla'rk to turiiiWrs the wholo yoar round iiistoaU of during the m-kkioii. The qua-stum waa rafrntly agitated a now in nnurHion with tha rvrt f - tho confi'rea on the legislative, rnvu tivo and judicial appropriation liilL It was ttatast that the M-nata had ', x- amended the hill ao as to provide eaeh ' ' member of that tMaiy not a chairman of a committee, 3 in all, a clerk at a salary of H..VK) a year. The house con ferea had not afrrccd to the amendment but tien. llinirham Franklin atated I iaw that he saw no ...

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 April 1896

J9 r r 4 t ' l 4- Owingsville Outlook. j D. N. KhTII.I., I'i kli.-iick, OWIXGSV1LLK. KY. SUBSCRIPTION, $1 YEAR IN ADVANCE. THURSDAY. APRIL 2.1, 1S'.C. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wc are authorised to announce Sam u 1 T. Jones, of White Oak, a candidate f'r the Democratic nom ination for Jailer of Bath county. Election, November, John Jackson, of Preston, is a candidate for the Democrat u- uom nation for Jailer of Bath Co. We have Wt en much by unpaid announcements of candidate for political nominations itnd odices that we have made an invariable rule to require thecaah in advance for all f ueh announcements inserted in Tbr OtTLOOK. The identity of ail writers ( co in nui' ''-"liona for puhlication in Thk O n i t nust tie known to the c ! .i-ii- insertion : -lerei...' -yn '-i - al name to v haUyou wri.. t'-r ..a, else your . omiminioauoi '. not lie printed. We will not purrtish the writer name unless by his consent. Tub Kentucky silverites are or ganising to capture the Slate Dem ocratic conventi...

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 April 1896

- r f , ; - ' ' - - .., - - - - ' - r 1 SWORN V ' 3 Jen. 1. "Wl.overjn.umroiil.il -roolrrulld;nv'riiei I.JtHl C' ; Ki'llong known me bought j " crtplos Vkl.T. to i That W,tlT eoples Omeol wero circulated aurtogsrvrekstiS; rnnif, 1.S7T weekly. Bought many wore tuaa that ul Kellntcg. C Tl,.f . .w -' V. w waJ. A.V II OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 189G. NUMBER 42. wflU HIT" 'itilK i r 1 1 ii ii ii ii ii n nil.. i v 4 5 f V t easlieet r r - ' As"- 1 Xdol -a 11 rA f. V u .." to lour we .'.' ""L growth at ,"".: The bluegi - . -.r.i. i J. M. Brother is headquarters for j wall paper. Best Calicoes 5c 4 Killpatriok's. at Goodpafter Go to J. M. Brother for good and cheap wall paper. S Spool Clark's O. N. T. 10c Goodpaster & Killpatriok's. at Hog cholera is prevalent in different sections of the county. The "redhorse" are about through pawning on the riffles in Licking river. Sheep-killing dogs continue their ravages among the farmers' flocks of eheep. Eld. B. F. Parker will pr...

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 April 1896

..w, .- :v-f v - . -: ' -" 4 -""iX-v J. 1 '" -.J?'--,- "--"4 41 -' ' 4 Owlnosvllle Outlook. Dl ft. ESTILL. PublUhar. OWlXGsVlLMS. : : KENTUCKY. THE UN-KY. AND PA. SaM Dr. DeL A. War unto Mia Ida Ho mo Ga.: "O.. marry Mo., sweet Mian, I be, and mr heart' pain Ala.: I bar Term, thousand pat In stock and a Maaa. of reUow Ore. : I La. rt aj) down at your feet what Bald could aak for Mo. r' Raid Ida.. Muahlnrt I confess, dear doe tor. I love thet. But whether I Kan. be your bride, my Fa. Iili-aee ro N. C.M So with Conn.-fldent and Jaunty air, and quite resolved ta win. Th youth went to the fsther's room, whsr th old man asked hi Minn. Th father had been III. that day, with a sore attack of rout. And when the youth his CaL explained he nearly kicked hlra out. We said: "WhstT Marry you. you scamp! Such Kail I ne'er did ste: lo. my Blri a better man than a penniless Md. "Your tale of wealth won't Wash. Get out; tf 'er I catch you N. T. My bouse I'll Fla. your worthless skin and lacerate TO ...

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 April 1896

si K : 3 V 1 i t f clot. V 1 - .. ' t. "-Hit. Ma tilt-jr . . - . kMhlnc. i-.lr.A Ika 'a Clot Mat KminW. " April K Scott Jackson ts nis life, before Jtnl.-e Holm. ?Biunt-rot l'earl llryen At ,ie atale had eit'rclsed one pre-h-e of the nvrntltW'il live. and ( crrB jurors. The dclMiM aal Bnr-e of the jirriiiilled fifteen, j ' -a watt twt-a anally accepted by the jB both attlra aturkjr law. under whi. ta Soou Jack- da fi- trial ikrM - . wianter anii.- -...i..,..hi.r ' ,ry ananHlaucbter, ntlonal killinc. The law upon which the jury and jud-e must a their decision la as followe: luauhBMnt for Murder. -If any person be rwilty of willful aaurdor he ehall be punished with death or confinement In the penitentiary lor hie In the discretion of the jury. tuuihnient for Voluntary Manslaughter. M'hoewe shall be aruilty off voluntary man- iaiajrku-r shall be confined In the prniu-ntiary o eras than two nor mors than II tears 'uaiahment for I'nlnteutlonal Killinc Any person who shall wllllully strik...

Publication Title: Owingsville Outlook
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Owingsville outlook. — 30 April 1896

J ' -JL- V V l t- 1 . - - A '. -,' "-V 2 " i '. - . . . ......... :::u:.- v''y v'l Owingsviile Outlook. r. b. i:still 1't ui.iitiiKR. OWINGSVILLE. - - KY, SUBSCRIPTION, (I YEAR IM ADVANCE. THURSDAY, APRIL SO, 189f. AKNOUNCEKEKTS. Wc arc authorized to announce Sarouol T. Jon s, of White Oak, a candidate I'jt the Democratic nom i nut inn for Jailt-r of Hath county. Election, November, 197. John Ja kt-o:i. of PrcFton, is a candidate for the Democratic nom ination for Jailer of Bath Co. Trb M issouri til verites are boom ing Richard P. Illaml, the one ideaed parent f the t-ilver cause, for the Deiuocratic .'residential rtoniitiatitin. Furthermore, they lave dfcidwl to wake Kentucky the chief battleground and vi ill in vade the State with their doughty poll-binder in a lier.ic attempt to jurett instructions of the State neinncntic convention from John G. Carlisle, the must cmiuer.t -and profound thinking statesman ever Lorn on Kentucky soil ar.d lionorcd by her people. Probably the in va...

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