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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 February 1897

r -- Vlv l rrl KjKkJhk3 4 - are We arc authoi lzed to announce JOHfTEh GRAYOT -- a candidate for re election to the ollicc of Commonwealths Attorney in the district composed of Caldwell Crittenden Hopkins and Livingston counties subject to the action of the Democratic party Ex Uoigre39nian Wilson of Iowa hia be n selected for tho Secretary ship of Agriculture and Houston 1 Long for tho Navy portfolio of the McKinley Cabinet The State Iuspector reports a lack of executive ability atsomo of the State institutions Wonder what ho thinks of the relative quantity of that ariclo around the Governors man sion Tuesday was ground hog clay and notwithstanding tho sunshine if his business his suffered like that ot other folks th3rc was not enough of him to cast a shadow and tho wea ther will have to move along on un certain lines for the next forty days The Senate is considering Presi dent Ulovclapis proposed treaty wita England A consideration is about all tho treaty will got besides some amen...

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 February 1897

HKr R C Walker Publisher LOCftL BRWITieS H F IIiynos was in Evauavillo Tuesday C S Nunn wont to Evnnsvlllo M nday llosa Duvnll returned from Texas last wick Dr B F Atwood of Cadiz was in town Sunday I lrve more goods than money Wcldon Jjhn W Bjbout of Shoridan was in town Tuesday Waller Blackbtrn is in tho light for the post olllcc Mr J B Pans will beghi school nt Going Spring Feb 8 J 31 Froomin is engaged as sales man with J II Morse Mr Newton Bighaui of Livings ton county is reported daugcroualy ill ll v Morehead of Princeton filled the pulpit at tho Baptist church Sun day There were teu casc3 of measles nt Jo h Hamiltons at ono time last wek Mr G W Hice has rented out bis firm and is arranging to move back to Boone county Cub cm buy goads very cheap at Wcldoua Al Doom iajiut recovering from a severe attick of the grip He has been housed up several weeks Do you uso Littlo Beauty Hour II not try it Clark Kevil Co Messrs Blue Deboe havo been employed to sottlo up the J N Woods estat...

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 February 1897

tt V THTTrrPlNQ MllSANCB bow It OTperotct In tendon Farli and Now York City Tho tipping systotn ling rondorcd eslstonco In Purls and London rnoro of u pain tlinn a plenburo bnfc In tlioso citlos tho expectations of tboao who nro In tho hnbit of rooclvlng grntultioa aro nt loost within mod oxntion Evon tho hnrplcs In tho Blinpo of tho old women who Insist on taking obargo of umnns over coat or stick Voulois votis voua dobnrrnssor inoiiBiourr is thoir monotonous chant aro got rid of with a fow sons but Now York io a plnco of greater expectations whoro tho lowest gratuity is iu coins nnu n nunrtor of a dollar tho usual con- 6idoratlon oxpootcd for anything Uko tho dolicato attentions crownod by a flngor bowl Tho cabman who Bits lmpassivo on tho box of the coupo and baa no idea of getting down to attond to tho luggngo tho porter who brings tho baggngo or nrcols tho waiter who servos tho ightest refection or ovon drinks tho barber who shaves ono tho boy who brushes coat and hat oaoh and ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 February 1897

- fWtVMWHWVUft - i i vvooi pan rs WADBTOOKDnR woes fo - v n iiiii ti FOR 350 CASH M E FOHS The Tailor VOLUME 17 k lVtyV ALL ABOUT MONDAY PROCEEDINGS Notwithstanding nipping Vinds driz zling rain and oceans cf mud Mon day Marion was filled with people from nil parts of tbo county The first movements on tbe countys polit ical diets board were announced for that day and the boys in all tbe tencbes wanted to bo oye witnessee to tho full extent of their capacity to sec The day was devoted to politics Tho Democratic county committee held a meeting Monday in response to tbe call of tbe chairman The meeting wft3 well attended and there was a unanimous expression for a fu sion with tbo other lrco silver cAtevuf the division Vnatevcr on this point and every committeeman was willing to bo liberal in the division of the offices Speeches were mado by several mem bers of the committee and the various phases of fusion discussed and a spirit of consrvutism in the matter characterised the discussion...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 February 1897

r h J w W A V 4 O xV - oi We are k f - vi VC argams V of Heavy Oiot entire sfcoc cleaning out o 4ncr tw fthoes ana Jury wu0 Goods MUST GO aa d lk Bowline Green June yHjtfift an July 1 OnKTaireeta of Knoxville Tenn H S Tucker shot and killed Horace Keith I hey were rivals lor the heart of a young widow Canada has sent commissioners to Washington to endeavor to effect broader and freer trade relations be tween the two countries Secretary Carlisle has bean retained in a law suit which involves 160 acres of the lake front at Chicago The amount involved is sixteen million dollars Tho churches and school houses in Anderson county Ky have been locked against Mormon preachers and they are preaching their doctrines in a store Scnor Diaz Albertini Secretary of the Cuban legation announced that the insurgents would not accept tho proposed Spanish scheme for reforms in the island In a voyage from Hampton Roads o Charleston a squadron of naval vessels encountered a severe storm during which thre...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 February 1897

THE ONLY SPOT CASH Yy R C Walker Publisher local BRevmes Mr II F Ray is confined to bis room by rheumatism A lot of good eeed oats for Bale A Dean Bring all tbo folks to thee show Friday night I have moro goods than money Weldon Mr R II Kemp left with his fam ily for Mississippi a few days ago W D Wallinglord thinks be has discovered silver on his mineral larm near town The second crap of measles is on hand and the yield is as largo as could bo reasonably expected 2000 bushels sound white corn in the shuck will pay the highest mar ket price lor it Clark Son There muBt have been fifty pros pective candidates in town Monday and several precincts are not reported Tho sheriff sold four tracts of land Monday the otbors advertised hav ing previously arranged matters Tho physicians removed a tumor from the body of Mr B P Tucker last week TI13 patient is recover ing Mr Win Marble of PrincotOD was in town Monday meeting tho peo plo and furthering his interests as an aspirant or judicial hono...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 February 1897

f t 7 L Kc ii COMPANY LIABLE Por Mistakes In Transmitting Telegraph Messages Frankfort Ky Fub L The Court of AppdiU UuUy decided o case of groat importatcu to tho Wis turn Uulori Telegraph Com piny The amount Involved was small ti3 JuJg meat for damages only m Hie sum of SJuO Is sustained Iml tho piuiulpo upon which it was decided menus much more limn that to hetclrgtaph company 1ho case U Western Ln iun Tulegrnph Company vs Nubauks X lliinaull frnm Simri4riii ciilllltV and Judjjo GufToy in the opinion holds that the condition on tho back of un cry telegraph blank is void wiero It provlde 3 that tho eompmy will not bo liable for mistakes in transmitting a message unless the tnebiagu is lepeated In other words that wli n tnc eomtiiUN sends n out mutakes and if any mistake is undo nud suit lor damages is filed it is not a good defence tor the com- paii to ploal tho provision on ttic back of the bin k tliil the message mun be repeated Joints in othur Slates have ruled both ways on this...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 February 1897

I - V ft VOLUME 17 INDORSES FUSION P M Brishtmon Writes a Card on the Situation it Is Useless to Talk About a New Device Says This Prominent Populist Mr Editou As tbcro seems to bo trouble in the frco silver element in this couuty I thought I would write a few lines in my feeblo way lor harmony amount ourselves Wo have fusion iu other counties nnd everything is moving ofF harmonious ly All who know mo know I have been advocating free nnd unlimited coinage of silver at 1G to 1 nnd in favor of abolishing National banks for 20 years which is true Democracy and the principles of Lincoln Sum ner Wendill rhillips Chase Seward and those old school Republicans I believe I am as good a Democrat or a Itepublican as there is in the coun ty but not of the Palmer Buckner stripe or tho McKinley golden color I Bail under the Populist banner a banner I am proud of Now I would liko to liaae a little chat with tho boys on tho subject of fusion It is useless to talk about a now device as we can not us...

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 February 1897

1 w w 0 O Ay q asis vsynsy are ww ONE DOLLAH In a card to the Courier Journal Governor Bradley denies that ho and Mr YerkfB have ever quarrelfd or ft id an unkind word to ench olrVr The iuembjrs of the Cleveland Ca binet all seem to ba fiiding good j b3 None oj them aro returning t tinir farm to follow tho noblest occupation of all The caudidate3 for the county Greece and Turkey are about to becomo involved in a war that nay draw other powers mto the fight Tho Chiistians of tho island of Crete aie revolting againBt Turkish rule aod Greece has sent soldiers to assist thm Other nations threaten to take a hand Gov Bradley bat expressed himself on tho Walling aud Jackson cases i a way that satisfies their friends that there is no hopo of executive clemen cy In discussing them the Governor said I think both Jackson and Wal ling are great rascals and I shall not interfere with the decision ot the courts In the Indiana Legislature there is one negro and thia colored brother is making tnubl...

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 February 1897

THE ONLY I SPOTCASH YV to if fee- 3Pbtt R C Walker Publisher local BReimes Seed oats at Cochran Bakers Shaker Concert Co at opera house A lot of good seed oats for sale A Dean Pete Cook lias a fino case of the measles Oct your seed oats at Cochran Bakers Consult the Shaker Doctor at Ma rion Hotel Dr J D Threlkeld of Salem was in town yesterday Wm Boaz manager of tho opera house has measles Frof Evans has been in Livingston county this week Another big ehow at the opera houfo next Saturday Mr Alex Walkor of Lyon coun ty was in town Monday You can find the best grade of seed oats at Cochran Bakers Miss Annie Clark and Mr Atnpli as Weldon went to Valparaiso Ind last week to attend school Messrs J L Rankin Leo Ycakey Mid Dr 0 L Moreland of Fords Fer ry were in town Monday Mr Berry James has purchased a farm in Livingston county and will move down there this spring Mr J A Crossou of New Salem was in town Monday He expects to attend the inauguration of McKinley Rev S C Allen the Presiding...

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 February 1897

r v tf 6s SOME niQ FIGURES Procllclou3 Nunbsra cf Eggs nnd Fy PcoUucaJ f Pcoplo who nro Iiitorostcd In tl3h whether tw sportsmen or becauso of tho monoy that may bo mado In tlio fish busino33 will find In tho hut printed nununl report ot tho United Statos llsh commissioners 1891 a most Interesting lot of Information mixed In with no end of data at tractive only to fish cultivators Even tho statistics in tho bliapo of tables of figures are reasonably cer tain to attract tho attention of ovory reador Thus no fower than 31 dllTorcnt kinds of llsh wcro lept under tho fostering caro of the com missioners and the varbty was great enough to incltido every thing that any flshormau might need tho trout tho ouananl ih tho salmon and tho baas for tho man with a fly rod tho cat fish for tho man with polo bob and sinkers tho shad herring cod Imiioak and whito Ush for the mau with nots and tho carp for tho farnnr anxious for a fcrtillAV for hh fljldj Kvoi tho ladle win iblight In nquariuiui might...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 February 1897

5 1 yr i VOLUME 17 m Advising Iopullbt to Accept Noth ing Short of Finance Land or Transportation TTJ AH Wool Pants MADU TO ORDER FOR 350 CASH MBFOHS The Tailor -- vi To the Populists of Crittenden County Gentiemin I as ono of your nuiu ber wish to say a word or two in re ganl to a coalition with the Deniocra ic party If their platform is equally as good as the St Louis platform aud you can approve of thoir acts past and proscnt theu you should join their number I ask no one to follow a lead that docs not lead aright I hopo at least that tlicro is not ono Populist in the county that would sacrifice ono jot or tittle of finance land or trans portation for ouo or all of tho o trices of this county Tho froe silver patty as it is called when talking to the Peoples party or free silver Republi cans wears a very thin plate of silver if you will only look at tho represen tative who hails from tho graud old First and I now call on all financial reformers to just wait and you will see that t...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 February 1897

1 v JkW i n i w 4- sr 6 Harmony between the gold and Bilver Democrats of the Stato is de voutly prayed for by the Louisville Post and accordiug to the reports that go in the wisdom of the saying that tho prayers of the wicked availeth naught remains unimpaired Unfolding events testify to tho wis dom ot the Kentucky solons in refus ing to move tho State capital to Lou isville If the latter continues to unravel herself and the unraveliug continues to expose hideous skeletons the Legislature should build a wall around that city and put guards upon the wall and appoiut a gate keeper etc As if there were not disaeutiouB enough among the bimetallists here is good old Livingston county offering a candidate for tho Legislature when her grown up daughter Crittenden has been radiant with smiles all along in anticipation of that honor coming to Eomo one of her hundreds of deser ving sons The opposition has whac ked us about so much that it is time for us to learn that Peace hath her victories ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 February 1897

V o JOOKOOOOOOOOO0OOO THE ONLY 6 SPOTCASH g HOUSE VT fb k k m raw i hi 7i crv b YJ w to S No old stock or shelf worn Goods No baits every thing within its self M XSf 3PlK R C Walker Publisher LOCAL BReviTies Full many a man of stalwart noble In childhood unfathotnd Ills may not Ka laugh and But never born to blush unseen For the incases uc dead sure to get there School begins next Mondiy Seed oats at Cochran Bakers Mr C S Nunu was in Evansville Tuesday Get your Becd oats at Cochran Bakers Mr J Brown of Tolu was in town yesterday The wheat crop is not in tho best condition 9 Mr J W Guess of Tolu was in town Friday Deputy Sheriff John Pickens has a well grown case of measles County court tho 8th and the pol iticians will be out in tall force Special prices on cauned goods by tho case this week at Weldone The list ot prospective candidates continues to expand in all parties A lot of good seed oats for sale A Dean CMr 0 J llurget is engaged in overhauling and repairing Mr J W Carters re...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 February 1897

fe Kings NW Discovery froo it Ormo s drug lzo 50q tind SI 5 A TITLED UUBBAMD Hla WIFo Not AltORolhar Plonsed with Hb Kind Atcntions No toubt it h n delightful tiling If your fnthor has mndo somo mil lions to dignify your obscuro Uy by wedding n foreigner with q wcll title It Is wise howovor to mtiku Inquiries Into hU character buforo actually golnpf to church with him From Paris thoro como two comic talcs about such a union Tho bride was showing a friend of hors tho other day over her gor geously furnlshod hotel and In tho drawing room drew her nttontion to tho magnificent chnndelbr Piquod by her lack of enthusiasm tho brido remarked rell you dont say much about my 1000 chundellorV Pour tliousuud pounds said the friend with a ollto sneer Isnt that piling It up rather high That very chnndoller was offered to mo for 2300 That afternoon the bildo drovo to the shop from which tho chandelier cmitu and began an in dignant speech uliut tho wicked HOS4 of clmrging her 4000 for a chundellor ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 March 1897

K 1S All - rx ii wool jranLs MADOTOORDHR FOR 350 CASH i M E FOHS The VOLUME 17 Washington March 2 Shortly after 12 oclock March 4th next ono man will have reached the Bummit of hisamhition and another will step from the highest offico in tho gift of the American people to tho surging oblivion of private life Tho first of tbeso is William McKinley Tho sec ond is Grover Cleveland Once in every four years tho pomp of power finds stupendous illustration in Washington To the mind tho transition which take place on that day is marvelous in its importance Yot it is accomplished in a manner which is simple enough and when ono comes to see it all there is noth ing that shakes tho nerve unless it be the blare of the trumpets in the inau gural procession or tho gaudy finery of the bedizened participants therein Inauguration day is a curious mixture of tho programmes of all tho notable holidays which the greatest republic in the word observes annually It is a hodgepodge out of which every cne c...

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 March 1897

W St mmmmMmmmmm wants tho government to issue to him a huudred thousand dollars in inouuy instead of ninety thousand as the prosent law provides and with the additional ten thousand lie proposes to heal tic financial ills of the coun try He is simply seeking his own interests ho proposes not only to hold on to his good job but he wants a raiso in his salary bo wants a tighter grip on tho government ho wants a complete monopoly of tho money of the country Nature bas supplied silver and gold not ono alone but both together to mankind that tney migut oo used lor money and why tho pooplo should be kept forever paying paying interest on bonds that n favored fow might usurp tho work of naturo in supplying tho country with money is beyond tho ken of maney men As every potontato in Europe and Asia seems to be linked in some way or another with every other king emperor and prince of low and high degree tho wisdom ot the Senato in moving slowly with President Cleve lands arbitration treaty wi...

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 March 1897

I J 0 R C Walker Publisher LOCftL BReviTies Seed oats at Cochran Bakers Field day in politics next Mon day Got your seed oats at Cochran Hakers It F Ilaynes was in Evanaville Sunday Mr W L Cruco was in Smithland Monday Tho post office candidates are on the march this week Mr Kelley Beard a very ill at Rep ton He has niensles Special prices on canned goods by the caie this week at Weld mi Will pay jou market price for M Schwab Mrs Annie Hazn of Newark Texas is visiting her friends in Marion Mrs H 0 Rice of KeUoy wee tho guest of S R Caesidys family last week I want all your chickenB will pay you highest pric 8 M Schwab Mr C R Newcom was in town Monday and bought his household goods preparatory to beginning house keeping Uncle Jeff Booker an aged ered man died at the residence of his brother Herod Travis at this place Saturday night Mr W A Dean was in town Mon day He has shipped his goods to Texas and he expectB to follow them the last of the week Rev W H Miley will go to Hen derson S...

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 March 1897

V Tutts Pills Cure All Liver Ills Perfect Health Keep the system in perfect or der by the occasional use of Tutts Liver Pills They rcg ulatc the bowels and produu A Vigorous Body For sick headache malaria bil iousness constipation and kin dred diseases an absolute cure TUTTS Liver PiLLS AS JOHN SEES OUR SITUATION Our Congressman Uses His Iloro scopo on Lowering Polit ical Skies NO HOPE BUT IN HARMONY Louisville Post Washington D U icb 24 Unless we lisvc harmony and uni ty in Kentucky the Slats olll crn will continue to be a reproach to the Commonwealth said representative Hendrick to me today Harmony in the party is not lets essential to the nation than to tl o State Continuing the Kentuckian said 1 do not klrrv that I have an opinion worth oxpiChsiug on the fu turn political outlook in Kentucky Certainly I would be glad to see the factions reconciled and united but I havo been away from the state absorbed in my ofllcial duties for sev cral weeks and have not had a reas onable oppor...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 March 1897

iW h Vte i V i y v If J 1 IV- v - AH Wool Pants 1 1 MADO TO ORDER j for 350 cash I M B FOHS The Tailor VOLUME 17 POWDER Absolutely Pur Celebrated for its great leavening strength and hcalthfulness Assures tho food against alum and all forms of adulteration common to tbu cheap brands Uoyal Baking Powuick Co flew York t mm Politics Plentiful Democrats Call A Primary Republicans Elect W A Blackburn Chairman And Name April 17 as the Day for lhc Committee o Nom inate Candidates r TIio proposition made by tho Pop ullsU was a surprise to every mem tier of the committee and various were tlio opinions crprossod in rotor enco to it A member of tho com mittee hid not abanlonod hopo of a fusion anil rathtr expected a propo aition that would by its spirit at least intliuato a desire on tho part of tho Populists for a fusion and when tho paper submitted demanded grea ter concessions tliau had yet bcou asked for by tho Populists tho sur pnso was manifest on all hands the consensus of oninion was t...

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