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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 April 1897

Vtfr m9 ri IS ft 4S bt v - It The Legislature has at last got its feet upon the highway of reform and great problems will be solved as rea dily and as naturally as night turns to day when tho sun rises Tho bill making it unlawful to throw eggs at a speaker at any gathering has been passed Tho country has beon pining for this remedial legislation as a hart panteth for a brook as a dry denizon of a dry town panteth for the bittors bottlo Nov let tho tax rate be cut down to meet this reform and tho sun will onco moro shmo bright ly on the old Kentucky homo The delay in electing a Senator and tho injury to public interests incident thereto is not tho worst feature of the sciio comedy that has been prosonted at Frankfort lor the past four weeks Charges of attempted bribory are mado and the history of the present session of the legislature of our proud old commonwealth has much in it to remind one of tho rows and rowdyism that has heretofore been chiefly con fined to some of the wild and ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 April 1897

C S r Iffimjk cffCteUjKfSH M TSSBBBB S krffeSSfcm noiiiihtdircct from the manufacturer - 0 HIM Annf -- irtl u n RHVll VUll -U thcmVW tip UHliitcsty Ci2W vg QMM R C Walker Publisher LOCftL BReuiTies Mr O M James went to Frank fort Monduy Mr Phil Styers of Lola was in town Monday KC7 Mr Fold of Ncbo was in town Monday Mr H K Woods went to Louib villo Monday night Mr Muhlou Lowrey of Caldwell waa in town Mjndny Mr II It Tudor of Caldwell coun ty vas in town Monday O II Piuia lias purchased J N i Clark s lumber businots YAUTED Countrv meat and lard Gnflithfc Patmor Judge Pierce and wife opent a few days in Madisonvillo laBt week Bolero jackets belts fancy cuffs and collars at Mrs Lizzie Franks Freeh lime at Cochran it Bakers Mr W E Cruco is spending a fow day3 at his home in the country - Mrs Jesse Foloy of Lola was the guest of friends In Marion Friday Messru Vernon Matlock and J W Eberle of Salem were in town Mon day Mr Ienac Linley of Salem was greeting his friends in this place Mon ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 April 1897

- Jf Tti swf V Tutts Pills Cure All Liver Ills Arrest disease by the timely use of Tutts Liver Pills an old and favorite remedy of increasing popularity Always cures SICK HEADACHE sour stomach malaria indiges tion torpid liver constipation and all bilious diseases TUTTS Liver PILLS RYAN HAPPY Over tkc Results of the Municipal Elections Sers m Tlrm u Uvrutsloii olSiii timent WashingUs D C April 8 Tin jollicst biegtbt and gladdest Demo crat on tlii mundane sphere Tuesday wee N llliani Jennings Hryan who thntigh a defeated candidate is still the magnet which dm we -lie multi tude about him Only ytotrday vhcn he was announced to nppear in tho United States Supreme d urt crowds purged about the Cnpittl nil day eager to catch a glimpse of him Bryan vim forced to hold a reception and hundreds fell over each other just to grasp his hand Washington Democrats felt eo iuhi laut over the Bweepmg Democratic victory in the spring elections of west cm cities yesterday and especially in McKinlcys S...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 April 1897

1 2 T AH Wool Pants J i M U 1 iiV MADO TO ORDER FOR 350 CASH JALBFOHS The Tllr VOLUME 17 TICKET NAMED The Republican Committee Iccts the Candidates Sc The Only Close Contests Were In the Race for Jailer and Assessor Pursuant to call the Ropublican county committee convened in Marl on Saturday at 10 oclock for the pur pose of nominating a county ticket Boll call revealed tho fact that every member of tho pjmuiitteo eixty Bix in number was present The forenoon was taken up in hear ing tho announcing speeches of the numerous injurants It is needless to say that the candidates were all pres ent and each one was prepared with a speech to convinco the committee that he was the identical man for the the identical oltico ho wanted There was a great variety of speeches some short some longer some loud and louder some argumentative some ora torical and some just plain old fash ioned statements and all in dead cold unflinching earnest The list of candidates as printed last week was correct exc...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 April 1897

u 4S v Jn 0 - VV -SW-V H o JJJS 4 I tvnuJ v sfev vv v gv v -- -v S 2s 3s Bfr Cjih tSs CSs TS Ck 2n k C s tiSs - v - - iX t ft m I HARD HUTS TO CRACK J aut -- un Wf - III iw ictir - i 4S ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONE YEAH e ONE DOLLAR President MoKlnloy has deckled that be can not attond the opening of tli a Nashville Exposition but bo will be there later The Republicans arc sorry they ever carried Kentucky Its a white nlephant that is destroying their or ganization in the Stato The board of trustees of the town of Oorydon have put a special tax of 50 a year on rrtail dealers in ciga rettcs and this bhuts oil the sao of clat noxious urticle The Democratic party of Kentucky lias hal in Ath rton its Buckner its Dick Knctt and its Courier Journal but the whole cane were never able to do moro to th ir party than Brad ley has done to hie Upon invitation Mr Bryan ad dressed the Kentucky Legislature Monday night There may be rome hope for our legislators yet Their Eius rre many but...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 April 1897

Vvt A- r - PffpSs derson last week whero she has been attending school Mr J A Daniel and wifo of Lola spent Sunday with friends near Mari on returning home Monday Tumblers per set 15 cts Goblets per sot 35 cents A lil Henry RM Wilborn left for Livingston county Monday with wagon load of pictures to deliver for the Royal Art company Mr 0 E Weldon and wife of Fulton camo up Sunday to visit friends Mrs Weldon will remain several days A splendid opportunity to buy 8 Load of well bred horses Terms and prico reasonable or I will exchange for other property Press Ford 2t Ky Not only acute lung troubles which may prove fatal in a fow days but old chronic coughs nd throat troublo may receive immediate relief and bo permanently cured by One Minute coughcure At Haynes For the next ten days I will sell you the best AA Harrow for 8500 Come and Bee mo at ouco Shop at Clark Kevils mill J W Wallace Mr Wm Fowler has moved to Marion Mr R II Word of Shady Grove spent yesterday in town Rev R T McConnel...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 April 1897

Tutf s Pills Cure All Liver Ills Doctors7Sy Bilious and Intermittent Fevers which prevail in miasmatic dis tricts are invariably accompan ied by derangements of the Stomach Liver and Bowels The Secret of Health The liver is the great driving wheel in the mechanism of man and when it is out of order the whole system becomes de ranged and disease is the result Tutts Liver Pills I Cure nli Liver Troubles TH to which the Expectant Mother is exposed and ihu foicboding and dread with which bhe looks fti ward to the hour of womans severest trial is appiecnted by but few All effort should be made to smooth these rugged places in lifes pathway for her ere she presses to her bosom her babe ia5RHf2 pros 5 am nli hiiClm allays Nervousness and so assists Nature that the change goes for ward in nn easy manner without such violent protest in the way of Nausea Headache Etc Gloomy forebodings yield to cheerful and hopeful anticipations she passes through the ordeal quickly and without pain is left s...

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 1897

-- - C i - J K v - lt l h M i z -- f j I AIlAXa Crfo e M mftlM V VfKUUIt J FOR 350 CASH I cm--- m i j - V - - Jit torn LpnwnFR arwv tr i j i m fcfc alb pun The Tutor VOLUME 17 OSQ OSZ OS le iSK viv 111 tsE OSEu osu OS OS OS OS OS OS OS OS OS OS OS OS OS ft IS t m f CO CO VN CO o an K GO V rtr h h m FTHii wi wwtmmm wfyf rx i - lcbrat6d5forrltS i TJ J hJ afuAtal - itkairanln kH stwivsthiind bealtbfuliHWH Assures afotdagaiiKtalUBanciallf9r3j0t uiwrauomrcsmsiou ineoeaB v - ajryi r i 5- t men Indeed ono of tbem whom the employes familiarly call the jack of clubs obided a guldo one day bocauso he did not point him out to visitors as one ot rhe members of tho house Careless members frequently leave pads of Houe paper upon tholr desk These aro seized with avidity by tho early habitue He finds a pen and writei a letter to some far away ac quaintance Visitors imagine that he Is a member writing to his coniti tuents and this always gratihos his yanlty At D oclock the patros of tho House are re...

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 1897

i jj i no LJV FJ t nmm0um jiv S up 5 3 3 v J Hr Wbere is that boasc riDR QovcrnorBradley went to Frankfort to wallup Really tbo Cleveland panic and tbo McKinlcy boom are as much alike as two black eyed peas Hunter may bo Senator when bis ship comes in But bis ship h evidently the an snip ana no can not land it Pension Commissioner Evans is discharging Democrats from bis de partment and putting Republicans In their placo notwithstanding many of these were protected by the oivil service rules It is said that 300 fourth class post masters will be appointed in Kon tucky ns soon as a Senator is elected Theso 300 may make a rush on tbo lolons at Frankfort and tbo carnage will bo greater than that at the tak ing of the liastilo Some of the colored brethren in Louisville aro demanding pie in the sbapo of municipal oflices Of course tjero is some difference be tween demanding and enjoying the thing demanded Nobody knows this better than our brothers in black It is not a little humiliating to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 April 1897

X h I t FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS i Jl We will sell you rrw 5 Dry Goods Dress Braids aces Embroideries Notions Mr Thos Lowery and wife of Salem were in town shopping Fiday Mrs R Y Thomas of South Car rollton Is visiting her friends at this place Messrs John I Loyd and Grant Bugg of Fredonia were in town Monday Mr J B Towery and wife of Sha dy Grove were in town shopping Thursday Mrs N B Douglass of Carters ville 111 ia a guest of her relatives in Marion Mesdames E E Thurman and Ly dia Harmon of Tolu came to Marion shopping Tuesday Tumblers per set 15 cts Goblets per set 35 cents A H Henry The handsomest line of baby caps ever shown Over a hundred btyles Mrs Lizzio Franks The cheapest New Orleans molasses in tho county Seo them and you are sure to buy McMican Co Mr G 0 Gray has been employed as salesman by J H Clifton and hie friends will find him in tho Masonic building Ladies the placo to buy your hats is at Mrs M L Barnes There you get the lowest prices as well as the best goods Mr W J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 April 1897

IN fi 11 I i ltr lr hv IV J ji -v i iiijA 73 rt - fiV li Tiilts Pills Ctire All Liver Ills To those living in malarial districts Tutts Pills arti indispensible they keep the system in perfect order and are an absolute cure for sick headache indigestion malaria torpid liver constipa tion and all bilious diseases Tutts Liver Pills GETTING REM Every expectant mother lias a trying ordeal to face If ehu does not J llv JL fUAl get ready for - youre and It thcro is no telling what may happen Child birth is full of uncertainties 11 Naturo is not given proper assistance Mothers Friend is tho best help you can uso at this time It is a liniment and when regularly ap plied several montlis beforo baby comes it make3 tho ndvent easy and nearly pain- less It relieves and prevents morning sickness relaxes tho overstrained mus cles rclfovcs tho distended feeling short ens labor makes recovery rapid and cer tain without any dangerous after effects Mothers Friend is good for only one purpose viz to re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 May 1897

Y 6 V i 5 Ail Wool Pants fflAUU kV UKLIUK FOR 350 CASH 21 B FOHS The Tailor VOLUME 17 gj C y i V 33 J sr5 f stuet wero the houeo now occupied by Charles Evans whero Worthingtui Carnahan then lvtd a lo cibn standing on the righ of the rnnl abiut opposite G G Hammond and an old frame house then in a atato of dilapidation standing on tho tleva tion now occupied by tho residence of J R Fiuloy and L II James they ea called it the Calvert house Rfrt i I C i g est stock the best goods the J LOWEST PRICES 1V 1fc fed nm l i i cnrio niau i I becamo acquainted with tho town of Marion on tho first day of April 18G0 Tho town was not as largo then as now and the nv rago citizen of Ma rion would probably be surprised on learning how few of the houses now stauding in tho town were there then Even some pooplo who have lived here through all these years would hardly believe that the number of res idences then was leas than thirty and that of those loss than a dozen now remain Of all the houses then u...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 May 1897

ST T Siw ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONE YEAR ONE DOLLAR Henry Watterson is not the first man to get frightened at a corspe Prosperity and international bimetalisin are still in sacchariue futurity When the Kentucky Don Qu ixote went out after the New Jersey wind mill there was nrnsio in the air Nothing like having tho wires fix ed for the lightning to strike you when a storm center is in tho neigh borhood Goeb Miuion has a United States Senator Electric lights water works cuu Other ordinary things are not in it with us j Congressman Wbeqler has intro duced a free silver bill Might as well have introduced a freo soup bill in the present Congress TLe dates for tho arrival of tho summers circuses arc being fixed but tho dates on the placards announ cing tho advent of prosperity is Rtill illegible Tho manufacturers are whooping up tho Dinglcy bill because they ex pect to get higher prices for their wares It tho people can not buy at the present low pi ices how can they buy at hi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 May 1897

V- V i iGIosina Out Salel i g CrD TT LJ C We will sell you v I V I I I NEXT DsBraids 30 DAYS M 1 R C Walker Publisher local BReuiTies Fresh lime at Cochran Bakers Gorman millet at J P Pierces J no Griffith of Henderson was in town yesterday Dr J H Glak returned from New York Friday night Mr Will Word of Bella Mines was in town Saturday Mr Jesse Oracey of Livingston county was in town Saturday Kin Hammond went to Evansville Saturday where he will remain some time Ice cream soda five cents a glass at Ormes handsome fountain Ear and chopped corn for sale at our mill Clark Kevil The beat place to get building lum ber is at O H Paris mill XXXX coffee 15 cent per package Arbuckles the same at A J Butlers Large wash bowl and pitcher for 75 cts A M Henry Miss Helen Boyd of Salem spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in this place Mrs Annie Orme of Uniontown was the guest of friends in Marion this week Dr J D Threlkold and wife of Salem were guests of friends in this place Saturday Mr Rober...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 May 1897

Tutts Pills Cure AH Liver Ills Perfect Health Keep the systemin perfect or der by the occasional use of Tutts Liver Pills They reg ulate the bowels and produce A Vigorous Body For sick headache malaria bil iousness constipation and kin dred diseases an absolute cure TUTTS Liver PILLS DUinTUCDf Mothers youroi Druggist for a generous 10 Cent Trial Size Elys Cream Halm There is no word so full H of meaning and about which such tender and av recollections cluster as that of Mother she who watched over our helpless infancy and guid ed our first totlerintr step Yet thr ic of evcrv Exncctant Moth cr is beset with danger and all ef fort should be made to avoid it so assists nature in the change tak ing place that - the Expectant r E B 8 8 ffffl M o t h c r is n flggSflB bled to look for I B iWBSM ward without irom fiufferinp or eloomv fore hnflinrrq to the hour when sllC experiences the iov of Motherhood Its use insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child and sue is found stronger ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 May 1897

Olf V VlrfMSiy iMrmMmw mttmnmMmm aithe K I 3 H 1 i V S TJ 3P 3E IDs ES 33 IBS J 3Z mn JL 3k V Y JL e o o rTTTvnni ttt X XiX AJ1 JZiXN SSfirflffl3S mm hmml bu P S Tnnn c eft 3 - Main Street - MARION KY MAY 1897 8 3 W E RAGSDALE KECOOPER rfS SHP YOUR TOBACCO TO P 1 g w U 4Hi TTTT 3 O B fl ar irfcTV 3STi rTryM tf ft tv JW OJEkJSJLiS V iliaJBQ ASh V a P 0ur Charges For Selling Tobacco 250 NO COHMISSIOIT 8SSSS B NAT GAITHER ifcinnMwiawJni mmmiNi JAS WEST AND NEW ENTERPRISI K3Eopl3LS2SwilS9 SSr umlgM For vpllinir OiiiiM 8 NO COMMISSION liSPPfl ubiluUJi vjZJsU Ui VIH 7fffi TlETPn WT Ai1 nmJlWHrgJBawrTa 5JllHTTriiwiwjwM ABERP TT 5V Ti9 ET ET Es y 3 c o C hCENTRAL WAREHOUSE HopMnsville Ky I F CAMPBELL GUS Book Eooper ABEDWATOV SK STEVENS Jgfc fl JL iiDEKllAl Jl 1 Eloor Manager W S GOODWIN Genl Agent SALESMAN Ml P 71 w opKipsviiie Tlio peoplo of Hunkiusville and Cbristinn county nro proud of tlioii tob tcco market und thoy havo reason to bo fib it ii to day the bust daikj leaf tobacco market ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 May 1897

l fv iUlh m vitu MWWWWMWWJ WWII wtwww Itarmers gyyffii pi 4 L iiuvamuu iu wwgrwjuwwtwrMtTWTArUiwwiWwwBTwaicnitiiiwiuiiMiMrwiTwi w iwhuhhwj OTimwwwwww 3SHSS R 11 Wooldridge fcyi y 3s t i BtiySuaBi f MflRat MS MOO10J Vl IM PH ISJ n UUWU Btf Uf UBIT iaBgyjvrityjrivjjjiiM iMiTwTn n eprasa fl 13 fWihtfRi j lrr9r i5f Careful attention given to sampling and selling all Tobacco consigned to us cral Advances tAWrtevswrrmnjTsrKntsmsrixinnwrxnAW Cluriljs ToliKcco IJill Tho Hon Juhu 1 Cinrdjn mncb tillteil nbout tobacco bill is a fol lows Whorrae A lnre surplus of tobac co grown iu vtHtuoy Tcmiof seo Viryiniii Munluncl uul other States must to fiad a market at nil be ex por ecl but cortciu foieigu countiieH hnvo by restrictive hws sbut out this pnrtieuluv iroiluct from tho reg ular chu uols oi trade and by Gov irnmenb monopolies limited tho do- mandpreented nil conipctition and controlltd Urn price now iu order to secure wi far as may be open and unrettricted maikets for AuieriuAii tobacco in f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 May 1897

k i h Tif v - i pmnwfnvh1 inn fw wwrowii AMATTEROFiUiEAl REV DP TALMAGE ON A MISSION FOR HUMANITY Ho TuliiK For Ills finhjpft i Tlinuclit Mint IiitfTi ntlnc to All Wliu Aro Trjliif to Arhlcto a IJvrllliiioU Thn Itiroin of Goil Wamiinotox May 0 Dr TuIhuiro has returned homo of ter n most remark nblv successful tour tliroiigh tho west mid in of tho faniino btrucfc ot IikUii FpcnkliiR hi tho proat corn cfu tcrs to vast multitudes of people and raiiiiK mauy carloads of breadstuff mid many thousands of dollars liis subject is today to tho last dcKtro ap propriate to nil who tiro trvini to achiuvo a livelihood Text I Kiiips xvii 0 And the ravens brought him bread and flesh in tho morning und bread and flesh in tho evening Tho ornitholopy of tho Bible is n very inter itiiiR Ftudy tho Mork which knowcth her nppointod time tho com mon Fprrows teaching tho lesion of Gods providenco tho ostriches of tha dcert by carele inrubatioii illustrat ing tho recklcue of rartuts who do not take enough pa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 May 1897

FORBES BRO -MANUFACTURE Xhe MOglll The Best Wagon Made vtlf 11 ii S w v Amw v VVWP - ix 4 7 tj suggies 7 N w SifiaffaVWiwKi Wit f 3tSb t irTZ F T Z k v PrV V VA f -XI A kVX A vjx - J x jr - V X v And Aro tho Largest Retail Dealers In- t and Carnages in Kentucky FORBES BRO ioth and Main Sts HOPKINSVILLE KY CRESCENT ESTABLISHED Your pencil and figuro with us on a first class whool before purchas ing as wo can savo Wheels Of world wido reputation are tho kinks wo handle Such as tho Columbia Hartford Bicycles Wo nlso carry a full lino of wheels Sundries Such ns lamps cyclomet ers bells pedals cranks oones cups balls too clips handlo burs bugs etc A Nice Line of Sweaters Just received of tho fineEt make Repairing Bono on short uotico and by skillful workmen MAIL ORDERS will ro ccivo prompt attention Brazing This is a now featnro wo have just added to our you money shops and can brazo broken forks frames ect Nickeling Is another now featnro wo liavo added to our nhop making it tho most co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 May 1897

I - 5 L V -All-Wool Pants IHAUIilUVKUCK j for 350 cash J M B FOHS The Tailor VOLUME 17 Nashville Tenn May G The problem of aerial navigation has hardly been solved as yet but Prof A V Barnard tho director of phy sical culture in tho Young Mens Christian Association created a sen sation today by without previous no tice leaving the Centennial Exposi tion grounds on a so called air ship That ho has gone a lonp way toward aerial navigation wbb shown by tho fact that after going 500 feel upward he turned bis vessel completely around describing a figure liko the outlines of a top He then sailed away in a westorly di eetion while tho wind was blowing from the north west The departure of the air ship was not advertised for the reason that it was an experiment and but few pco pic on the exposition grounds knew of tho fact until the ship was in the air All Vanity Fair then grew wild ly excited and everybody on the grounds ran to points of vantage Shortly after 0 oclock tonight Prof Barnard r...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
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