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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 March 1886

r i jS o m mm it f - l Kl 1 I a i r a t - VliBWJ iVPHtniniio rurvlKiifm when ii got iim good work cheaper nl home you iVrJCUinllC0 0r rkunJ ul t ur patronage JWBtw J W liiBh j BLUE BLUE ATTORNEYS AT LAW MAHION KY I mm ll -I v iitllliun glTCIl o xl limine imrusitu io ciur cure -Mr Wai nu t Grovo FLOOR GrludluffiUyi Wednesday Thnri ujr rriuay uoiiic nun tec nio Mil make as -rood a trade of Hour i auy mill In the country ami will ion you away nappy T 0 Waitich sj i un i MJ1 WIM Freeman SZAXZK iT And MARION ImTniil - At Cincinnati bbbbbV RgWor BHHiWT 1 f Jewery KKNTUCKY J TV GOOPLO MAS KliXK t JpJfAK rdr unlicltrd and all work cxred ri ucatu niid promptly i THE OTn HFLlAnTfit Oki Mississippi w Ths Only Through Lino to RT WUI3 CUfCXKVATI f f i LOTJIStiul1 AND POINTS BKYOND Lvt HhaWHMtnWM 7 Mam 1 OO pi KUfCfty 7 87 am I 60 pi OMMa7 67 am a 10 pi Ytorrta 8 23 in I It pi KalMil M 8 40 am 410 pi rwileM warn o iu i Oetr io 12 am M pi Arr Vlni II 00 am 7 Mi pi Uftimnew -- pm l Bianltoiru 8 00 ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 March 1886

WW On 43 yci myo panli Care -each erco crs vcr J Sta k Ihf f JF V sasal jji iH t UHst lift I r Br si S9lr tK9Jrr A 1yi i mi Lvf F t st i r if tr i stream thing that mtaaam mMi NiwTL3 mTTffBi il aim fcif - ite - wyw lab wKSs rnoti am 1 The Critfeen Press THDRSDAY AR 15 1886 B3T JR C ALKER Last car KcicV received as lax from railroads Jfi7139 Tho Prankfoioomau hassuspons ded publlcalloiter a career of forty years of uacfulss fho Lcglahsi o passed a bill con tinuing tbo SivrlorCoart for a term of four years United State Senator Miller died lu Waslilngtoia few dat i ago The Governor of ulifornla will appoint hi successor Thomas JIcury tbo domlual clerk of thijCfouetoljAppoals was flued for uriinKouuesalu the Louisville police court a fee ia sago Ths OhjTcViUey itallroad Company says a Uckifenon paper haa given no iico mat no employe wba driaka in toxicants wU be retained In their era- iHoyincnt lhmeWrcLB lusvlllc ou the 24th The cemmlttOTfUconrposed of tho chair men of the cwftycnile 8 ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 March 1886

iiiin IT u I W - AS 1 5t 1 The Crittenden Press THURSDAY MAR1S 1850 8100 PI5K ANNUM 1 LOCAIiVS The Shurlfl want your tax Good M cuit nt llartflclds ulil ftnud btock Mill printed nl llio Phkss of 11 CO 1 ootl 3 Oltl Itatlll bout tor at iUrtgilds Hubert tjtimon reck TJ Nunn hm In w tefc Mr Albert Wllburu Marion whs hi town thin Asic Fiank M June what he knows about ttio different Fertilize n torgautkld last loin Cochran iitullfloil li1 IllOlCd to II C MvCooUwIii went to lou s vllln Tuesday Ltu let shoes nt unli card prtcus at llarttlold old kihint Iho oarly gardener nto Itrnluiilng tu tho tail Horn to tho wife u f Hubert Murphy a bouncing boy The plow bo will siou bauln to got InstcU hoik Dont full lo mil in ami ire the bin bur tin at llrtlkuU old stand Tin C4wildUi i rather chary on tho railroad lax Uev J a beobec the treil ling irrtrtmrom - ii- dr ru In lwn Monday at deputy SberlfrTuaiU murnlntr Tho Sundaj School man ineetluif at tho lUptlit chinch Saturday I Ureifory at Djcuaburg I...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 March 1886

WJ if rSsViVVz IBi If- 8k skB SaBSfp n u RA m 3fc v Iittowkahananywiylu apa9 Juuini iiiiii in Uake chief of tut rebel cr es La stream tru imj vj lJL thing that that attracted nui BfinSccii called to whou w ln - v VB 1 The Crittenden Pres THURSDAY MAR 15 18S0 100 PER AN NTM PEOPLES Detroit Froo Pros Giimuch Co Is tlio name of a SL Louis porting firm James Buchanau and Xilinry Tay lor aro members of the present coi gres Conprcsmau West of New rk is ono of iho largest manufacturers ii niauiis paper in the couutr Fx KIng Thobaw should be hspv for his uonilnal prisou At Matins I next door to a largo distillery Aarou Adolpho Kothschlld of IV rls has a collection of rare postal an othor stamps which is valued at in 000 Sirs Fok has never visited Was1 iugton since eho left itthcwifeifi retiring President nearly lorty jears ago Mrs Dolly Makisou was oneo imlt od by resolution to a seat on the to ato floor the only Idy that over re ceived that honor bcon uaplisud in tentlary with pent of his ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 April 1886

A- VT - wtromb Iwrfsffi l sTaTaTai v lasMf ffaW Kfe w kU 1I1W 1 alfcT i siLv tlHIH n iiwm v M pIIIWtt nJ rccl U in Urn iJla MtlrMl tAMr lfrA al - iunurnu wV uoum or tritletnlfitcottDlr 81 9T Kantuokr The Ohln Vlt II II Co furtirfr the Houlh ltltrl runq mi me irovIon of Jl chi 05r MLi altcndli leagj Wls spring He it water tallrta CrllUu prsl Mr J J Wnltv s eck railroad and LcoueeuieE I W I- I s Wf 91 VniGsi BwsaTB iTdiatMiMr fl I7 dpvPyuvtt IHv SB3iK T 1MF u itburi Irrar arnnl - c rm SI - a -- i - -- v J TiVTitViA i j - jwfdin curx cy win APJUfc TJJtlM Ji irtiaitiir ni tf i t - - - iiv fj imu IfSTT r HLviwvrtwlltl 1e pJi r totK jmraiw ifd uio iuoin p to rHiW1 fora Ji etloa m it roum i W yntrijii titular r nit of the iJenei tfi Al ACfdM 1u i T it- t - is inwwvii in inn iiuminnnirHai uuni w til l LL El epiUO r wirni luuninunm i ma ni tin i iii in s 7 r - tinnH rFfrilH WilfUIl HCIk HIIll Ihn d HWhlt tbortlu U now In rn r fxri 1 I r rrijucu IliMn Mccllon lij otvv r iuv rniinivcuurc or Ur...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 April 1886

m h V f t 4 wm iteiiJti MS1 flpqfljV li m THURSDAY APR 29 188G BY It C WALKER I Tho Knights of Lnoor has a mem bership of 600000 Near Kovport N J an fusaun moth or brained tbrco of her children with an ax and poisoned herself Wbltky was voted o t of Shawnee town Ills at a town elect on last week The total voto was 385 and n majority of 82 wcro against whiskey Tho Sinking Fund Commissioners visited the conrict camo at G rccu wood Saturday As the Legislature put the settling ot tho conrict question In the handi of theso commissioners they hare a knotty problem on hand Tb lower House of the Legislature passed a bill Friday providing that ev ery fence It raus plank iron stone or wlrc Uto fcot high or osagc oraugn and wire comblucil four feel high or a ditch thrco feet deep and tbrco lcet broad with a hedgo two feet high shall be a lawful fence Tho slock tho rallrnud company proposes to issuo to tbi county and pieclnct upon n fnvorablo oc will bo worth fomclhlng Ii may be GO cents on I n...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 April 1886

I tfrl - Jv fe U25MiB I a nit rim V I Cruec J t Itiuejr anil II IC Wood went to the convtin tlou ai iletnlcraoii Tuesday M Schwab bait two spring wngout and lOimwbiig ie that ho will sell lower than thoy ran ho mado lor ti - Aiic siocKiioiucr or mo lair rinect next Wcderyj that Is u notice to that effect hbcen publisho Moore Ilroa havo a big alook of met and boy rlnir haU all of the latcsf itylc and at rock bottom price Tlio crLdhlates will plcae step aaldl now and wait until weightier matter aro tultlcd Their caaes will bo attoi ded to In due time Mr W F Farii hi pocket boo containing fto while coming froi Krrilonlaa few day ago Frank Ljyl took It In out of the ruin and return cd it to the owner A Sunday School was organised roU Oak Sunday with Mr Ilcojatn McMicatt an ndciu and IU O MeClieiuuJ r Secretary Thirl five nanus w jennllcd Tho rreshylorian and Uothodli c nigrcgailoiis united and held a sac - mental meeting at tho Method Ichurrh Sunday llov L 0 Sponc V 1 ii i The Crittende...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 April 1886

W fist RjH3il 10 i - 7 v MP I VI i SB r Tisj mmk tfriSSW The Olden Time On Ihe Hilnl day of April 1843 Just 43 years ago the 3tl d of thli iiiontH tnyjclf ntwl my throe traveling com panlons tartedonajurney toXorth Carolina We Iraveled on horecbac each of us woro provided with an ov ercoat au umbrella and a pair of loth er saddle ha not quite so largo bat very much Ike a pair of So 3 United Stales Mail Hip I reinombor that vro passed up through Frcdonla and Princeton and stayed all iiljrht In llopkiturllle pass cd oil through Trcntou Keysburg Cross Plains on to Ualatlntoivn stay cd all night nl Castillion Spilngn crossed the Cumberland river at Car thage crossed the Caueyle rk atTroii dales Ferry went up the ritlgo or mountaiu by olllcers Tumpiko gat took the old Emery mart bT Mont gomery ou to Kaoxvllle East Tennes see went up the French Droad Hirer passed Dandrldge and Newport cros sed the line between Teunosseo and North Carolina at tho Paint Itock went by tho Warm Spring on to A...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 June 1888

l cr iVu Ilor vi X puuine Liiiini B TIE DRESS vw o m rtvi ic VOLUME IX aw fl6r PStyle To be in the most approved Style your thoughts should Ue directed towards STARAS Clothing Palace To secure llio uliolecst mill fit you STARRS F Clothing Summer in till her glory and warmth will soon he upon us and to those who would ho comfortable we ask Come and Inspect op Summer Thoyiire simply superb Dont take our word for it but call and be convinced Stans C lot hm Mm wBi OF THOUGET goods of superior nmko bhould go to Palace our Lovely Styles Clothing 116 Main Street mm iiiiiiiiirliiiiiiir niiMi mi v Vv i y Tho following uddrcwes by Prof H IL Adams nnd lldv James F Price were- delivered fcforo tho re cent Sabbath School Convention at this place j METHODS OF TEACHING JKSVS IK UKTHSEMANE Matthew xxvi OtjQc The principal mcthodlyof teach ing Firtt Tho Question and Answer method V Second Tlio Tnnipil inothnd Third Tho Outlino of Normal method Tho Question and Answer method illustrated Supplementary...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 June 1888

rm Ytl It rf 1 R 4 i c pn T a ji i V I X vr mmm racvui Bsjyl -- r B i -- The Crittenden Press bV r c walker 8100 PERANNUM The Senate an House have pass ftl the bill rowing tho grade ol General for Gc Sheridans benefit nnd Fresideni Cleveland promptly signed it Lexington has voted by an over whelming raajority ior tho tax to se cure the extension of the Louisville Southern railroad to that place All sensible people voto for judicious railroad taxes An anonymous scribbler irom this county signing himself John Doer in a recent letter to the Paducah Standard suggosts thonamo of Capt J 11 Grace of Trigg for Congress As Crittenden county is about unan iinous for Capt Stone we have some curiosity to know who John Doer is The Press will have something uiortr tv y on this subject nest week The Democratic National Conven tion met in St Louis on Tuesday last The attendance was very large nd the enthusiasm of tho various State delegations unbounded It was a regular Cleveland ovation and love fe...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 June 1888

ta The Crittenden Press JSSWWWEKKLY N N M V IML Timo Ta bio GOINU EAST Arrives nt Princeton Mnil trnin in fr2 iv in fast express 002 p in GOING WEST in Arrives nt Princeton Mail train 528 a in fast express 5152 p in Exprcs office nt depot -G L Spink Agent LOCAL NEWS in How nro you going to vote Itailruad election Tuesday A good many people aro going to ETansvillo Saturday Judge T J JJunn wan re elected kclool tntstco Sutuny The Green Stow art case v ill como up for trial Friday A three lamp coil oil cooling stove for sile Apply nt post office linn the Springs Co openrd its fit to the railroad project As tho rnilroa I tax election ap proaches lcs interest seems to be manifested Alex Hughe colored living near town is dangerously lit with rhcu Kiatlmi Marshnl Morgan now sports a nun HUlt ot navy blue with brass buttons illotcnt Mcsrrs 1 II Frank and Lewis Thomas nro the pcaco officers for the Cnttruden Springs We nro rcfiucHtcd to announce that Elder J N ltuhmvui will preach at Post Oa...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 June 1888

f i 5 X M T i IA fc H A I 1 I fiouh cpfitinue tLeexcption deuey to indicate i vi male no it found diicoverd KITS All i Klines TA rafter IVA IMV m xreausethe National Conventions of the pPcmocrtc party the cities in which JWJ I I h lipe l III - n t JL ttlAUViLOyttdOttX Ny Bpeak on ill a kindly worit Can never Icavo a stinc behind And Q to breathe each talo wevo icar Is far beneath a noble mind Pull oft a better seed is sown lly chbosir thus a kindnr plan Tor if but littlo good is known Still let us speak the best weean Give us the heart that fain Mould hide Would fain anothers faults efface Hon can it plcaBO een human pride To prove humanity so base No let us reach a nobler mould A nobler sentiment of man Be caruestin the search of good And speak of all the best c can Then speak no ill but lenient be To others feelings aa our own If yonro the first the fault to see 13c not the first to mako it known For life is but a passing day No lip can tell how brief its span Then 0 the little ti...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 June 1888

11 prIiumlist -op the 7 Crittendiunty Fair Association 1ii J B J CLASS 1 CULTURAL DEPARTMENT MW k I Plow two hora J jf W 1 I liil Uvi r r k Corn planter I 00 j r r I JSKSk P r sW -S Z2lA 0lrfn I -iii MM3J6tCZi -A J j tLo I liiji f8riI 00 I VJLV laW Sfffe rvv SS Ladraillr 100 J lcu a -addle I bridle I 50 I lljlitCJl r I 50 J SlogalJa tM g DIplJ bjitf in nci 1 00 I Wardit I 00 IS THE DRESS OFJOMT lipiiifll 1 MaullJccjbf ol 6C f lliplfctrtKJ 1 SO f Diapll arpclitclnork 1 SO To ha in the most approved Sfmv mIioiiIiI lw ilii oHiuUflf STA who would be comlbH jwo ask Come and Inspeour LovelySfles L d Uit I ataTaV a HL m SiiiiiinciH lollMiS iThov nra sininlv siL Dont take oJnv for it hutci ndbo convince m - ftTlUUtm Vk Biarrs wAg 1 1 ft Mi n Strdt lE l Cl i rumen iitiicti IlaAUf rmcrcnj uurkiuc l lUUUtl 1 Hack lirolnJ lm HUok liroittil rul rLr HlhcrUceJ fbtlrLr olden licet rtlitiril n ano iDiiiam he JpD llkUa Wkit IuUlll uldu 1uUinl WjtiidoUc IIUrkJT Hucrklrd ruin lu U lille fruln fimli Wli...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 June 1888

1 iJWiiliaiiitoSri Sk - j v r r teb tS in t K 4 f V I i V Wh xy -T fmimrf f 1lur own aod only Rilly ley was given ttie mucn sougiu u William Patterson lor the murder of Jennie Bowman was hanged in the Louuville jttil at unrise ou Fri- 5yavmorninirlast His case at one f OR r rMTi - - 1 t ca u Si 0 rvi m wr r - Aa - - tJ - i Lir iflBSnrtenciexL Press BY R C WALKER 10 PER ANNUM Democratic Ticket FOIt PRKSIDEXT GROVEIl CLEVELAND Of New York roil VICK PRESIDENT ALLEN G TIIURMAN Of Ohio Nominated On Monday last being the seventh dayoftho Convention and thciJth ballot ex Senator Benjamin Harri son was nominated as the Republi can Presidential standard bearer for the year of grace 1838 This action ol the Convention seems to have been more the result of spitework than because of any inherent qualities of personal magnetism or availability possessed by tho nominee The fact is the friends of the other candiuatos had become heartily tired of tho dic tatorial ione assumed by the Blaine managers ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 June 1888

le Crittenden Press ISSUED WKKhLY f ft M V R R Tlmo bio Tn GOING EAST c at lrmceton Jiaii tram fi a in fast expres 002 p m GOING WEST fen at Frinccion Mull train a in last cxprcsa Cf2 t in teas office at ilcKt 0 L Spink AgonU LOCAL NEWS re corn prospect i ooJ Luilrond election next week lato potatoes nt Walter Clements EThe Hardens ore yielding My Wheat ia turning out bettor titan l was tspectcd Viilnm iiro comini t tho Springs daily A ootl broom lor 10 cents at Walter Clctnenla W I WalIinford lias pureh aed Dorri corner lot ami will erect c building upon it W J Paris lias purchased a bran new hack for the Marion and Salom mail routo Finest sperm jwliij4nachliio oil at Susan Dodds two oinirft bottles live tenia each or 60 i r dot We are indebted to Mrs A F Odutli for a lot of fine pcache ithe u licat of tho season Mr Ceo Hughes has the contract for carrying tho Shady Grove mail nud will begin next Monday Monday next tho railroad election will be held Another railroad will Ixi ol gre...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 June 1888

itj y f iy Kf i yfc i ll E b4hbC m X5 face or throw YiMM y mm V bsge on them t m areH Hat land toU OH MoMea Ih JlHsiHexN In this age of extreme activity and wonderful development it is a note worthy fact that many women have made their own way in mercantile life and successfully compete u ith y men in many lines of business men whether the labor in the house hold or in the store are all liable to suffer from functional derangements and the cares of maternity For all troubles known under the category of female weaknesses Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription is tonic and - tried specific It relieves the great offerers and restores the patient to vvigoros health and strength It is the only medicine for women sold by druggist under a positive guarantee from the manufacturers that it will give satisfaction in tvery case or Money will be refunded This guar- antte has been printed on tha bottle 0 wrapper and faithfully carried out for many years - ur Pi rce6 Pelletts cure w Ration tillioMsnesf...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 September 1890

m i V fcv kmlaeM 1atr MM U ta4 t IM HllmMllk ll luiu m IffMlUf MiMiir mt 4il vati lwsvfJ iiuing each orhor pretty Ircoly in cclu and the trouble botween two irato Congressmen gron1 out hi Congressmen aro evidently Latter thin other eojde YilBBBV nrw t v too KRK k sAy Praco kik Publisher jr C 0 iyon hns withdrawn fVrii the Congressional mco iit tho jccontl district Tho total oiiaoprintions in tlic River and Harbor hills amount to i I 081101 Tli Democratic Stato ticket lfi -Arkansas yiuo elected Monday by an I inoroased majority Congressman McKinly was rcno ininMcd by nrrlamatlnn by iubltcniis of his iltslrif t Tli Pdurah New ha A point upon which it bases tho prediction thnt u railroad will bo built Iroin Paducah to Cairo in a very short time Tho JjOuhtvilla papers minounco that tho all celebration for which that ciy is noted will close with a Lrind Doutcho Gcdenkfeler Won der if that means a great drunk Appellato clerk Lonpmoor wag sworn in Monday With Elliottand Terry counties to h...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 September 1890

ni liW v - Vi kiu Publisher i c Jivodh has withdrawn Xfu tho Coiijrcsif ntil r ico in tlto Nci ititi district The total appropriations in the River and liartor bills amount 1 The Democratic Statu ticket in Arkansas wns elected Monday by an inoroasfd majority Congressman MoKinly was rcno initiated by nclamation by tlie Re I ublicans f his district The lalucah News has a point ujr which it buried tho prediction tlit a railroad will bo built from Pnducah to Cuiro in a very short tnu The LQalnvillo paper announce that tho all celebration for which that cly is noted will closu with n grand Deucho Gcdenkfcior Won der if that incntm a great drunk Appellate tlork Lonemoor wag ewcrn in Monday With Klliottand Perry routines to hoar Iroin his ma jority over the man who expected to be elected Tmsley by tiunc is on ly t707 George W Ivck has been nomi nated by the Democrats for uf Wisconsin Besides diitln trundling lnmsoll as Mayor of Mil waulf ho is author of thfmous leek s Had Hoy Tho Democrats...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 September 1890

t i K 1 sw jiafflaxu rm tr i rTi V - i by 4 r SC ijt I lrv jV rr 41 if Tul I- V vly in K 4 iSivjw raiwwwwyww 5PV y i tJJlWI Ii It -- - -- - -- - n v x- v -- I tfii i niinnj of Clear Artuiuen - - id ffi jt4 ivVrii ft I l l i - i riH n of r MI in ii tho uuo f iupfrfluo JlUnnli nnr tJ W U turoon fn Amrln la wn Hh tii that It U of great and oaU early tvorn hy difference lqjuio army will mazes an ii Hie iHKkist ldej crop and ftplut cneotbrjl Holahlrd - otiMtMH Vr tli it tlio Atlantic han alopu f tons to tUH loot tlijis a mrfuce ot only two chruvustwn i lilow Iroiu a breaker iiialto lu 10 SOVtIlty llTH 1 rlur 11 1 r 1 Krlliiiff in thli vcountrv convey i n t jaraVnid and to now u ibiuj Lon live tho ably And nx workinjr Tc condition foiitw ai called upon rqulrea thrcdi Lud lady who quired on otb lls urbanity that this say iiOd him v hcn aho paatae A mwrU r w ho aked Mr Do- tKj jww niiiiner m wut uarn iu iun sori ni thin- and ho replieil it Is onu of tho regular rulo of tho ofllce Tin t iid ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 September 1890

M ti it IC P rei v i IU Ibe k k lUYYour CtlllCH A A y lof 4 STITC IN TIME lUV USslS Out - Sio Bl1 w ou courrHarL ienden Press vwKftArnitts i Ib n I Kun rJlin tyouglil to UKCBicps lor hhh h work ol O The Via j a new cemetery - iiei 1 Time during the pit fifty years h sK uplisUcr fiCj thJ rcgcllt ccncteiy with o S -- Iricnds and acquaintances unit it dry r hit - - A ciltii Kifaiuit C 1 V rtlevi V ot 1M1I J 0TV0o iMibir1i ty ir l wutrr nClomU p vi toatlcl 0 lor e CoiouwnrWJ r Uoll V itsnci toTolalrijilrrysi ihat John Fouler he ntf J druggist who Mation Ilia father iW U Ken j k Uct1 hikif 0 fdl neJy 10R - i kin iiv court r have il i have found it remains were interred m the row- Inr mcoica i i i tllOll duty untH BrM c j ariun i jlUrncd it fsr talc liPKm of tiH tho Weaver liio t oiu Cariiuluim onV touth of I ii icovrrcu n on ihe c in lea co hevl of hones Itvtrado lor corn II VlXtlacc Mr tMinR KonEint i llwr rrf in tier nowatorc latnrV Ohvo fur- fVtorc hcrrWtl Vc a fir A IUnUX yognri - 1 ...

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