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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 September 1899

GO TO HAVANAS GOLGOTHA Mountain of Human Bones Skeletons of Cuban Dead Now York Ilcrald In the Colon cemetery in Havana whore the American Bcamen who perished in tho Maine catastrophe aro buried in Btriking contrast to tho reverence displayed by Anglo Saxon peoples for the burial plasea of their dead thero hns been for more than two centuries a human bono pit Exposed to tho glare of tho sun the mercy of tho rains thero have lain for years the frames of those who once lived and loved Tms famous pit was first dug by Don Pedro Valdes in tho year 1G02 and from that day to this lias been the receptaclo for tho skeletons of the Cuban dead It is 110 feet rquare and 20 leet deep and at this time lias been filled to tho twenty foot level An eight foot Btono wall encloses it ire in tbo morbidly curious and in external appearanco it resembes an autiQted Spanish fortress or bar racks Tho old Spanish custom of renting graves none being able to buy out right in Ci Ion remctiry eany tx plainH lli ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 September 1899

r r r vi L4fe44V A t If hII fllClHl Fi Iiiion1 I i 1 llttl h n i J85 iSchoot 5ooks Comptett jCinf Jit Gv Biadloy has been iuviled to attend the blue and gray reunion at EvariBvillP G- rg will 1mvi twelve t ritntn tr nii tin- Di y l rade nt New Yoik Tho Transvaal turned down pomo of Great 5ritin demands and the stuatiUi is exceedingly crave Col J 1 Titlmin n BuUh Caro linawntl to organize a compauy oi Indians to fight Filipiuce Tlo Amoriomi Taiah Year Bk Tho loveat estimate placed on 7 the value of onifliii Vandeibilia es tate is 100000000 The raulti millionaire left a carefully drawn will Former Congressman B urko C ck ran has addressed an open letter to President MoKinley urging him to proffer mediation in the Transvaal triuhli Charlis A Mm PiUshim null ima re milbr of Minnfplis more famiNlv rnd 4he fl it king did n Mr dm n ei a bnn ill e - A r uiiitah iut story in a New Y ik pap r my the Philippine mmi louern H nd AguinalJn m bums ol 85000 x ytHr io abandon his Arrangements arc be...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 September 1899

r1 Mk ffc ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONE YKAB ONE DOUAK iOll KEPIIKSKNTATIVE Wo arc authorised to nnnounco T I NICKEL a candidate to roprcscrt Crittenden and Lhtngston counties in tlio next Gencftil Assembly of Kentucky His candidacy Is subject to ttao action of the Democratic party Election Nov ember 1899 Mr Goebel u on tbemountain top this week His prospects of election are also taking an upward tendancy Woulilpr Bill Owens W 0 Pol lard Brrckonridgo ml Thoo Hal lam make a beautiful choir for church use TIu clmir trusts are going to raip the price of seats and it will coH Ihe people something to tit down on thr trusts Mr Tajl irii friends do not seem te be worried over the prospects cf John Young Brown for clecti n to Ibe office of governor Tlio Brown teket may be coropop ed of mighty fine folows but voting for that ticVet is like betting on a horee that is not entered for the race Aguinaldo like Patrick Henry i crying Give mo liberty or giv me death and Uncle Sam seenif di...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 September 1899

IT lW 14 fya ijpfcesxu R C Walker Publisher Miles Halo On Wednesday evenintt Sept 13 at the residence of tho brides father Mr W B Halo of the Ilobron neighborhood Miss Annio hale and Mr Richard Milea were united in marriage Rev W R Gibbs officiat ing The pleasant homo of Mr Halo was filled with friends of tho two families gathered to witness tho happy union A sumptuous Buppe was served and the occasion was a dolightful ono The bride is a handsome and charm ing young lady held in high esteem by thoeo who know her The groom is one of the rising young farmers of the Tolu neighbor hood ho is a grandson of the late P B Barnett He is popular with his many friends and acquaintances The Presb hopes that nothing will mar the happiness of theso estoemable young people Woods Marshal Mr David Woods and Mies Lena G Marshall were united in marriage at the home of the brides father Mr Geo Marshall of Union county Thursday morning Sept 44th It was a quiet home wedding only a few intimate friends of...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 September 1899

mey sneiteieu their vesvls In some in tricacy of the cliff nnd established themselves In these grottos which formed impregnable natural fortresses There uo one could reach them and supposing that a daring assailant had succeeded In forcing an entrance to their haunt the bandits would fly thiougli the detours of the Inextricable labyrinth and would gain the impene trable thicket of the upper platenu where It would be Impossible to track them Some of these caverns In the vlclnltv of Cape Calgo present still the un doubted traces of pirates One of them called Cuen Negra Hlnck Cave from the thick coat of soot which covers its vault Is n vast chamber around which spreads u network of other chambers and passages The wnlls of this chamber are still craven with sliilster delgin leprcseutlng gal lows supporting rows of bodies and above which are Inscribed the names of the victims names wheio are found lepresented all the nations among I Int 41 nl t I mm iiMiis rccruneu men band and which nre...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 October 1899

t x Jrk iiMMMf nfldU Wfe - Wtt WVUUnOUki X Complett tnt i 3it m M I Ormes JDruff Store VOLUME 21 WEARY OF THE FRAY Filipino Emissaries Conferring With the Americans WANT PEACE AND INDEPENDENCE Agulnaldo Abks Recognition of 111 Government but General Otis Cant See the Wny Clear to Coin ply Insurgent Army In a Position to Prolong Hostilities Manilla Oct 2 A third attempt la being made byQeneralAgulnaldo to se cure from the United States some sort of recognition of hit government Filipino envoys had an hours conference with General Otis They brought from Agulnaldo a message that he desired peace and wished to end a civilian governmental commis sion to discuss the question General Otis replied that It was impossible for htm to recognize Agulnaldos govern rent lnny way They presented a letter from Aguln aldo as president of the republic which was largely a repetition of his recent appeals for recognition General Otis Informed them that while ho was willing to correspond with Agulnaldo as...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 October 1899

0 I NEW CLOTHING v For Men and Boys now open IS li and the like of it you never saw SHOES AND BOOTS Buy them from us and youll get your moneys worth fHfe psew ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher OHX YXAR ONE DOLLAR FOB UElHESENTATIVE Wo tire authorized to announce T T XICKEL a candidate to represent Crittenden Ami TivlnuBton rountlo In the next General Assembly of Kentucky His candidacy is suhject to the action of th rtumnrmtlenartv Election Nov ember 1899 SCHOOL BOOKS We have before ua a copy of the BShool laws of the Btato of Indiana which contaiud the law that ia today giving the people of that State whool books from 40 to 50 per cent lees thn Kentuckians are paying for similar books This law was adopted in 1889 and has therefore been in operation ten years It is reasonable to suppose that had the law contained any dire calamities ten years would have been sufficient timo to discover them and ample time in which to do away with the law They have not been discovered and the law is ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 October 1899

r r 5 T HI JW 1H Uk Iftoawas R C Walker Publisher OH THE ROAD Tho Fiscal Court Goes To A Had Komi eo The regular fall terra of the Fiscal court convened Monday with the eight magistrates present and the county judge presiding W H Asher filed his report aa superintendent of the poor house at a Hilary of S25 per year Dr W 8 Truitt was allowed 810 for post mortem examination of the body of John Morris Wm H Porter waB allowed 85 for right of way for public road W O Conger was releaeed from poll tax on account of his old ago The following claims were nllowed A O Moore attorney in the B P Tucker case 85 R L Lynn four pauper coffins 812 Marion Bank cashing school draft 815 Marion Henderson takiog evidence in examining trial 82 0 M Mayes balauco duo for keep ing paupers 811470 John Langsdon and F Ilardin pauper coffin 84 Yesterday a petition Bigned by sev enty tax pavers asking for an appro priation to repair the public road at Butlers Creek on Fords Ferry road was filed with the Fiscal cou...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 October 1899

-- tf HOI ftfffif HOME A Crittenden Boy in the Philip pinner Longs for his His lmas 1 I Aug 2 1899 Luther Unrdesty Irina Ky My Deft- Frlfnd Yours of Juno 20tl received noil wrs plait to beat from homo 1 have been en the sick repot I nearly a month and J am no beti i than when I first went on Vui were lucky to net your dls cba ge and not comu to this God for Bahrn country I have been expo t ing m discharge for tho last four months Alv regiment is doing garrison duty and tboy are scattered ail the way from Imas to Janncky This is tho rainy season and it is nuiing nearly all tho time It Is so muddy litre ono can hardly march at all Wo arc 13 miles from Manila and to get there we must cross six rivers and all tbo bridges aro destroyed ex cept one Our rations are brougbt to us in a Casrtses which is a small rivr craft They trat cross tho bay in steam laanch then tbo natives pjlc the Oashaes up tho river A sboit time ago tbo river wai too blgb aod swit for the nitivrs and nothing could be...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 October 1899

fr r i IS If f i rr kv Ik VOLUME 21 VICTORIOUS ADVANCE hot from trenches and shacks along the road The column then pressed QD to Nov eta which they found deserted The marines and naval forces ecv operated with the troops The gun boats Wheeling Petrel and Calloa lay I on the Bhore near Noveleta and threw hells Into that town and Santa Cruz i for an hour preparing the way for the marines to land Two battalion con sisting of 450 marines under Colonel Klllott advanced along the peninsula from Caylte to Noveleta The way was by a narrow road through the swamps A mile beyond th marines outpost the column was suddenly received with a volley from trenches across the road A flank movement was executed and the Insurgents were driven from tho trenches tho marines wading through I rice fields In turning the flank of the enemy who retratrd to strong sand forts across the creek dlyldlng the pen insula destroying the bridge across the stream To Kali a ftunboHt Manilla Oct 10 Aa expedition com posed...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 October 1899

VSreJ W p ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONKYIAB ORE DOLLAR TOR UKWtKSENTATIVB Wo arc authorized to announce TJNIOKKIi ii can lldato to represent Crittenden and Livingston counties In the next Gciii nil Assembly of Kentucky Ills catiilliUcy Is subject to the action of the Democratic party Election Nov ember 1800 COUNTY FINANCES The Fiscal Court was in session four days last week ami from tin general treed of the discuss ion it vw plainly seen that the ambition hnpf and aspiration of the court is to g t the comity nut of deb Almost everj motion touching an appropriation ma considered with this end in view The last settlement of tho count clerc with ihe therifl sWd that lli indabte luess of the county unprovid ed for in the levy of 1899 now beiic collected is 8910 TVrttchlhh tho fiiecal court as will ho sten in the published priceedings mado a levy o five eons on tho one huudred dollars worth 1 iroperty This small in creass of five cents should net about 81100 which will pay tho 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. — 12 October 1899

I iffTfrW - - Qjlp Ka R C Walkek Publisher O ROOERIES O O Tpr1 i When you aro neod ing any articlo in tbo Or icery Litno roniem btr that wo aro right in the front rank in the business ISobody will nuppiy you wllh better Biods than ours no one run sell them cheaper Our gonda are alwaje up-to-date and our prices down at tho bt 1m Wo have a fine lino of Qleenewaro and Glassware and aro of fering eomo Qtnuin in theso goods Wo pay tl e top prices for Pro duce Wo will appre ciate your trade come in and see u or send your order over tho tel eph no Yours Truly McFEE HILL Saturday is the first pay day M for teachers Lewis Clifton went to Louisville Tuesdiy Born the wife of John D Walker Oct 4 a girl Mr leicey Noggle of Dekovtn was in town Friday Mr E T Millican of Frances is quite sick with lever Miilinery opening at Mrs Givens Friday and Saturday Mr Will Orr of the Hebron neigh borhood is dangerously ill Mr and Mrs R F Haynes went to Louisville Tuesday Mr LnpBloy Armstrong is very ill at hi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 October 1899

11 I FISCAL COURT The Tax Levy for Next Fixed at 30 Cents D Nowcora poor houee prao tice 8 S Bullenger burial clothes for Tinsley Win Maroura aid in support W A Hall same Henry Lyiij Bnmo Mr DhHiIp same Ctutis Teer same Mary Burton same Ellon Lynn eamo W J Ilaney eamo LouU Montgomery same J C Crowell same Amanda Lynn same T T Riley same Sarah Moon same 0 Dividpon Barae R B Yrmip Djrae Ria lmtd Williams same Susan Hav kins came Jane Duncan same Mis Cash fame Wright Bruton fame Lzzie Hrenlz same Mr Vaughn eame K J Millican aid in Nov Firm mBvavfj Year AND A POLL TAX OF 150 Tim Itii key Hills Will liuva At lUMion Ntxt tftnr TV I Court ws in session four UB last week tbere were w nnny important matter for discus Hon tbat tho business ciuld not h jrttin tlritigh with iu tbe two day uauaIy required The following cVairas were allowed 81500 S50 1800 1800 1200 1200 1200 1200 108 1210 10 00 2000 1200 1200 10 00 800 1800 1000 1200 1200 2400 500 5 00 500 support of children 81800 John Couch att...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 October 1899

9J r 9 Jk v wl 1 if t -- ttt 4 kMY School SSooAs t Complex Hint s 3it J Ormes J3rug Store J 4k VOLUME 21 - in m STAND BY THE TICKET Says Bryan in Words That Can not Be Misunderstood Great Throngs Hear and Cheer the two Great Leaders on ther Triumphal Tour through the Sbte from West to East THelieve You Oaght To Elect Goefcel Mr Btyan Ihe great Democratic leYderY entered Sen weky Mea4f nd t i t from Ihe flravfipoecnto mwuur hiV iu three KUya trip through the State he unfed Democrats to support -without equivocation the regular ticket tion without qualification straight from the shoulder he spoko for Mr Goebel At every station on the roads hundreds upen hundreds of people gathered to bear the machless orator nd listen to the advice of tbe Nation al leader oT the Democratic party Where he -was advertised to speak there -were thousand at places where J the train was not -expected to atop there were hundred Jle spoke at Bardwell Fulton MaVflcld Bentor Eddyville Prlncnton HopklnHvllle1 No...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 October 1899

s ffe ISSUED WEEKLY safe sound man andi crat as the diatn i i - rABsaiM rt R C Walker Publisher 0HXY1AB ONE DOLLAB FOU KELIIKSKNTATIVK Wo arc authorized to announce T J NICKEL niitn tn renrcsert Crittenden and Livingston counties In the next General Assembly of Kentucky His candidacy Is subject to the action ol Election Nov the Democratic party ember 1809 THE LEGISLATURE In the heited contest for Governor no Democrat can afford to overlook the contest for tho Legislature ilu result of this contest is ladoned with matters of the very greatest impor tance to tho people and especially to the party It is not a question alto gether as to whether Mr Nickel oi Mr Blackburn shall be the represen tative The personality f f these gen tlemen is merged iuto thn issues Th next legislature elects a United Statu Ssnator and that Senator when hi takes his place in the Senato at Wash inirton will vote with Mark Hanna t uphold and perpetuato the dard the trusts and the lami am every other principle a...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 October 1899

Kfi - - tasjaASaflfe 4fe Is K C Walker Publisher O ROUERIES o IE I s When you aro need ing any articlo in tho Grjcery Line romem btr that we aro right in the front rank in the business Wobody will supply you with better roods than ours no one can sell them cheaper Our goods are always un-to-date and our prices down at the bt nm Wo have a fine line of Qleensware and Glassware and are of fering somo Prgirts in these goods We pay tl o top prices for Pro duco We will appre ciate vour trade come in and see u or send your order ovor the tel epb ne Yours Truly McFEE HILL Circuit oiurt is in session at ceton Tonn Love ii clerking at the AUfcWuw - r B aton grocery Thp F c roilt rnnvptips in p ci 1 i Sou d Born to the wife of W L Clem ut OjI lr a Gno girl Mr David Spurrier of Iuka was in town Monday Dr J J lark and wife went to Louisvillo Tuesday Capes Jackets and Skirts a great line at Woods Fowlerp Mr Jeaae Gray and wife of Salem were in town Saturday Rev W B Crichlow of Salem was in town S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 October 1899

REVIVAL To in gin nt tlio Chrtetlnn Church Monday Night IJpcinnine on Monday night Oct 23 Messrs J L Hill if MariUnn villc Ky ami J W Mitchell of llnplcinaville will aBsist the minister H 5 Ford in a series of revival ser vice in the Christian Chinch in Mar ion Ky The meeting will continue ind liiitely and the puhlic is cor dially invited to attend nil of these services Following are some of the suhj cs to be discussed The Christian Life Tho World Un truo Tho Unchangable Word The Example of Christ Our Codies a Liv ing Sacrifice Tho One Thing Need ful Tho God Fight Christ in a Phar isees House Tho Mission of the Church The Grace of Charity The Threo Witueeaee Feeding on Ashe A Gluttonous Man and a Winobibber Self Respect and Self Control Chris liai s as Children The Book frr all Time Tho Priestly Sympathiia ol Christ Victory Faith Truth the Li berator Chi istinn Union Life Mnrr Abundant Bought Willi a Pricp Wordlinrs The Epistle f Chrat Untlmnkfulnee The Expediency o Ilia Leaving Mod...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 October 1899

6 7l y C it r octooi Jdoori8 VOLUME 21 1L REPLY TO J R Complete Jlfnt JZ VALID REASONS Presented by Mr Orynn Supporting Qoebcl Lucky For CLING brown EVILS THREATENING TUB REPUBLIC While Not Denying the ItUht Kvery Man to Voto as Ho De- Ircs lie loluta Out III 9 Danger of lovlng the JUiin Grits State of The tour through Kentucky of De mocracyH fiiieas leader Hon Wil liam J Ilryan viia one of triumph At every point whee he was billed to speak great crowds turned out to greet him Our gallast standard bearer Hon William Ooebel accompanied the Nebraska orator on hl trip and was accorded maivlflcent ovatloua llurii lng Issues of the hour were expounded by Mr Uiyan to sympathetic throngs The grat orator at nil places por trayed the necessity of united and harmonious action on the rart of Krn tucky Democrats at thl3 time Na tional levies ho said Imperatively de mand that they jally around tho standard of William floebrl thus wresting thP state from Republican misrule and Insurlnc sweeping s...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 October 1899

j 1 fy fteJB ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher 0RKTX1B platforms each rejoicing ORE DOLLAB FOR ItELItESENTATlVB Wo aro authorized to announeo s V J NIOKEL a candldnto to represent Crittenden ami Livingston counties In the next n 1 Aanmtllv of KontUCkV HIS iftriiuiut idov v -- oandldaoy Is subject to the Democratic party ember 1899 the action ol Election Nov- Ita tho persistent positive earnest man that accomplishes things in this lite tho man who has convictions and the sourago and activity to impreis himself unon thoBO around Luther might have nourished his ideas of reform from young manhood to old ago and remained in his native vill age unheard of in tho cccicasucai world Napolean might have dreamed of erapireB and armies in his Corsicao homo all his life and nover navo been heard of in history Jackson could havo remained in the iWidental chair drawing his salary and discharg ing his routine duties without irritat ing old Nicholas Biddle and bring ing on the great fight ot th peo...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 October 1899

i y bW R C Walker Publisher SPEAKING Hodb Ollio M Jamea and John L Grayot will oddresa the people at the Opera IIoubo to night Headquarters for everything good to cat is at Hearins Capes Jackots and Skirls a great lino at Woods Fowler James Honry Is building n rendenco on Balem street next to his fathers Salem street seems to be a colony of ciiniat five live in h stone tbmw nt each other Wheat is cominz up that is the wheat that was sown Tuo little daughter of George Bisco is very sick with typhoid fever Mr W C Tvner and wife of Union wero in town Tuesday More goods better gods and cheap er goods than anywhere else at Hear ins Mr J W J hn n wasralbd tn IYincetou Friday by the death of his mother Buy goods at Hearins and secure some of that beautiful queensware given away fret At Pinckneyville Sunday Rev Wise administered tho ordinance of baptiBtn to fourteen persons Tom Hesrin is afraid to let his wife and children on the street far fear they will be put in tho stray pen Mr 0 K Jenn...

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