ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Crittenden Press Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 5,029 items from Crittenden Press, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
5,029 results
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 23 November 1899

FKOH TilE PHILIPPINES Manila P 1 Oct 7 1890 Luther Hardisty Iruia Ky Dear Brotaer It ib wlthpleasuro 1 pen you thoso lines concerning tho situation here Tho papers can nover givo Utis any worse name than he deserves He wants tho war to continue and it will you bet America will bo lighting here four or llvo years if the present plan of war is continued When we get the Filipinos whero wo could do them yp wo get tho order to cease firing then they get away from us On tho second of this month wc gave them all they wore looking for We Hired canister nd shrapnel which tore their heads open When this battery gets after them they hustle out We had a hot Dght yesterday and fixed them like wc did on the second This is a hard placo to light In Tho brush and vegetation being nearly as thick as it was in Cuba Tho lice fields are full of water and tho infantry boys wade them It is awful hard on the boys to wado thin way Our loss in tho battle of Oct G was as follows Captain Co II 14th Infantry Co...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 30 November 1899

VOLUME 21 i i jv Stl Room 3 Carnahan Block ITS JUST THIS WAV A ebort timo ago a gentleman a very intelligent gentleman who minted one of our Vitals Brand Suiti of Clothes attempted to Jew us down on the price by ottering us a price loner tban we sell these very fine Suits for saying I have the cash and can buy for the cash anywhere at a low price Exactly so we said and these Suits were marked for Just that kind of folks only folks who have the money to buy where it suits them best Wo incidentally called his attention to the cor rect stylo of tin garment and the extraordinary quality of the lining and lnsh generally to which he replied that he was not buying lining and style and finish but cloth Now we knew that ho said this because be could think of notu ing else to say wo knew that we bad bim cornered and that be was fully convinced already but was bent on getting a knock off on tho suit if possible Now this gentleman we have already said he was an intelli gent gcntlf man and here ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 30 November 1899

i V THE PRESS 1tlllMSIIKI WKKKLV R C WALKER Publlshor ONB VEAR 0N12 DOLLAR NEWS OP THE WORLD British officers say it will tako 100000 troops to Eubduo the Uoers Knglnnd hns a scumlul growing out of the beef furnished her troops in South Africa Georgo Payne n farmer residing near Huntington W Vii eloicd with his wifes step mother C P Huntington has secured control of three fourths of tho prop erty of the Southern Pacific Lady Salisbury wife of Lord Salis bury premier of Great Britain died from it sudden stroke of apoplexy Correspondents allege Gen Otis will not permit them to send out tho names of killed unci wounded in battle Commsssioncr Wilson of tho in ternal revenue bureau has decided that mortgage transfers aro not taxable Tho Boers anticipated war with England and for tho past two years had been purchasing guns and am munition At Lexington Ky Mrs May Mnir was awarded 87500 against Ver mother-in-law for alienating her husbands affections The supply of broom corn has been bought...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 30 November 1899

I s I Gen Otis Cables the War Depart ment a Summary of the Phil ippine Situation DISINTEGRATION GOING ON RAPIDLY Cell VuunK Still Cnmplnir on titnln nlilox Trnll ami llrlim Wolumueil hy the In liuMtiuitn IimiirKent Sonth of aiunllii DIshnntlliiK Was hipglon Nov 27 Jen Otis re prrts the situation In the Philippines In the follow hip dispatch to the wnr dcpirtmmt Manila Xov 27 The steamer from Run Kiibliin jestenliy brought 113 Spi iilsh prisoners f7000 of Insur pent government money and other prcjx rty ruptured ly Law tons troops licnr Tayiiff on the 24th Whentons tioops with Fowlers company of the Thirty third dioe the enemy west ward from Mongiiliren n few miles j oulhwest of DagupTU and captured 3 thrte inch uiiii7lc loading guns 12 ri ll cs 12000 rounds of Mnvlni cart ridges 1000 shnrpnel 800 pounds of powder other pilsoners also 04 Spanish nnd seven Ameriean prisoners Hell with the Thirty si vth infantry is in pursuit nnd will mirvh down the west ern liion coast Indications are ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 30 November 1899

J H C fjJbftS ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONKYrAK ONE DOLLAR The smallpox is raising a large con troversy Johnnio get your gun he smallpox -lo shoot The raliCcation meetings were eg gravatingly delayed When tho cloud roll by maybe we can see who is in tho executive chair According to reports tho American nrmy has Aguiualdo on the run but every fellow that ruiiB is not whipped everytime Mr Goebel never fully realized the danger that encomprceeed him about until thoso Blacklord resolutions were printed General Joe Wheeler certainly has the proud distinction ot being the only American who prefers fighting to a seat in Congress Will the Dispatch aesist the next legislature in abolishing the election law which it aesisted the last general assembly in passing Let us give tho teachers a royal welcome they are not the same ones that so dexterously used the birch some twenty years ago The Kentucky Court of Appeals in a decision rendered last week held that tho Indiana courts have no j...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 30 November 1899

Q ffewSS u R C Walker Publisher Marion Lodge No 00 Ilcirulnr incctliiKa first find third Monday nl ghts In each inontli In tlie Masonic Hall Visiting brethren arc cor dially Invited to nttctul C G WILSON M W B L WILlOltX Kocordor W J J Paris M D PHYSICIAN MARION KY- Gflico over Ortnes Drugstore Telephone No 27 Circuit court begins at Smithlacd next Monday Will Word of Carrs Ferry was iu town Tuesday Mr A J Bennett or Tolu waa in town Tuesday Mr J W Waggoner was in Lex ington Saturday K C Crow reached home lrom Oklahoma Monday Itobt Moore who has typhoid fever is recovering slowly Mrs Mary Robinson of Dycueburg was iu town Monday I am eellitig goods at cost Mm Riney Rev W H Miley will preach at Mounds Sunday afternoon Dr C E MoreUnd of Ford Ferry was in towu Tuesday Mrs H Koltinsky is visiting her sister Mrs Noggle at Dekoven Swell Moore says ho is going to Lavo the haodeomest residence in East Marion Mr Sara Hurst has purchased a lot and will put up a residence in East Marion C E Do...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 30 November 1899

u GOD SENT THE WHEEL The Theme for Dr Tnlmages Thanksgiving Sermon The Wheel u n S mliiil nf lmniiet lt Some Itrnaon fur Vitliimil imtltiiili Ili ntllU of 111 tonllve iciilui ICopyrlght 1839 by Iouls Ktopsch Washington This discourse of UrTalmage Is a ser mon of preparation for the national observance of this week and In an un usual way calls for the gratitude 0f the people the text Ilzeklah 1013 As for the wheels It was cried unto them in my hearing 0 wheel Newt Thursday wili by proclamation of president and governors be ob fccrted In thanksgiving for temporal mercies With uhat spirit shall we en ter upon it Tor neatly a 3 ear and a half this nation has been celebrating the triumph of sword and gun and bat tery We have sung martini airs and cheered returning heroes and sounded the requiem for the slain In battle Me thlnks It will be a healthful change If this Thanksgitlng week in church and liomcstead we celebrate the victories of peace for nothing was done at San tiago or Manila t...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 30 November 1899

1 a r ft ft- Kurnel Bunker By M QUAD - Very falrsah very fair for this sea son of the year iald Kurnel Hunker as lie dralnedhls glass and set It on tlie railing of tho cranda And now sah yon want to hear about what was called Kurnel Hunkers Purge Hill which would lime made a paradise of the state of Arkausaw had It becomo a law The state of Arkans nw miIi ns jou mnj have observed Is the natural home of the mosquito the galllnliiricr and sev eral varieties of illes It has been mj jirond boast nnd the proud boast of other prominent residents of the state that only within the confines of the state does the horse fly reach a lux uriant etraafanee of prowth Here he passes the ily stapc at the age of four weeks nnd becomes rather a bird of prey Here you find the fjallinlpper at his host here the mosquito would bo able to pull down a young chicken if the summer lasted a month longer In a way sah as showing what nature can do nnd docs for us I speak of these in sects with pride but on tho o...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 30 November 1899

SALErtl Kohl Boyd was in Pailucnu this Bono Tyner and wife of Lola were in town Tuesday Mrs M D Honey of Morion was tho guest of friends hero this week Itov W B Crichlow will hold Thanksgiving services for us today Elclert J J Franks and Spurim are holding a meeting at Old Salem Rev It M Wise of Princeton preached for us Saturday night and Sunday Bob Flak the electrician was here Tuesday and encompassed our tele phone instrument in a Handsome booth Jim Cox on of Livingstons sue cassful river bottom farmers wb greeting his friends in our town Tuesday Mr II J Luck a popular shoe drummer and his bridge aro spend ing the week in Salem They are talking of making this their home II D McChesney is receiving his holiday goods Ho has purchased a bg stock this jenr and everything iu the line will soon be on his shel ves and counters Mr J W Cade one of the oldest and best known citzena of Smith land is daugerounly ill We learn by letter that his condition is such that there is little hope of h...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 December 1899

v 1 Mm m A J A- r f VOLUME 21 NO RIGHT Cb To Refuse Freight on Account of a Combination Packet Company Must Pay For a Stolen Box Two owa appealed from the rit tpnden circuit ciurt were clfpidetl by th Court of ppeals last week and one ot them H of eepcial interest to rivtr men Sasingood Slix Kraueo Co n Cincinnati wholemle Clothing house sue I the Evansville A 1dducah Pack et Co for 8104 value ot box o clothing tendered the packet Fowler at Tnlu for shipment to C n cinnnti The packet refused to takf it because of a combination betee that packet company and th Cincin nati Nw Orients Packet Co whereby tho Evansvillu fe Paducah Packet Co were to cirry freight only consigned to points between Fvansvillo Paducah and freight consigned to points outside their ter ritory was to be carried by the Cin cinnati New Orleans Co That night after the box of goods was refused by the Fowler tbeives broke into the warehense and stole them Judge Pratt was then judge and under his instructions the jury ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 December 1899

THE PRESS rimttsiiiMi wikkiy R C WALKER Publisher ONU VfJAR ONU DOLLAR NEWS OF THE WORLD Tlio J Lippincott publishing house Philadelphia was destroyed by fire Tom Elliott a Mormon elder of Sibley Mo wis convicted of killing his brother United States Senator I lay ward of Nebraska died on the Oth He was V years old At a liner farm house approached by the British tlio women opened lire killing one trooper The beubonic plaguo has tnndo its entry intoIapan The pest is traced to cotton imported from China Mamie DeLong shot and killed Lizzie Sessions and Calvin Andrew in a fit of jealousy near Tmupa Via Pay nos livery stable at Boone Io was burned Thirty eight fine horses were cremated in tlio building A petition will be presented to the Iowa legislature asking the enact ment of a compulsory educational law A dispatch from I long Kong says Aguinaldo is ready to surrender if Consul Wildman will receive him at Manila The postoflice department has rilled that when a temale postoflice clerk m...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 December 1899

N X n 4i iiiiisiat Chi2f Executives Annual Com munication Sent to the Congress HIS VIEW OF THE COUNTRYS CONDITION Messed nt Hie Nations Orowlnc Commerce and Favnn the lol Stsnitaril Iledgrs to Cuba Mnil be Kept Tlie lhlllpplne Question DIscuMed Other Matters of Intereit WashlngtonPcc 5 The president message ns sent to congress makes CSOOO words The following Is a suc cinct synopsis The message says congress Is called to mourn the death of Vice President JIo bart whoso prlvato life was pure And cleatod vvhllo his public career was even distinguished by largo capacity stalnlus Integrity and exalted motives FINANCIAL CONDITION Our Commerce Minwa Orent Jncreme Jtrcnmnirndri the liIil SUndiril Tho country Is In n condition of unuauil prosperity of universal good will htnoiit tho pioplo nt homo ami In relations of peaco and friendship ulth every govcin ment In the world Our foreign commerce lius shown groat Increase Combined Im ports nre the largest eer shown by a sin Klc j ear In all our...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 December 1899

Ik I n Mk gs ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher 0HKY1AK ONK DOLLAR Tfao vituperative newspapers makes a vituperativo public The Court of Appeals places Judge Toner iu line for imptachnient The Hon J J Uronalon lias not climbed the pole for several daja now On January Kith the Legialatuie will proceed to elect Jo Blackburn to the Senate Mr Goebel disappointed his ene mies h didnt Bteal the election as they predicted he would We aro still for the school book bill and hope the- legislature will give the yo7ernor a chance to veto it The legislature convenes on Tues day nter the first Monday in January and adjourns when the law makes it do so Things may not alayH be thn way we viish but we can uiljust ourselves to whatsoever is if we have time enough Notwithstanding Mr Itiherls rar ried tbrte or four wives be has de monstrated at Washington that he is no fool A meeting of the Smto Kxecutite State Central and Campaign Commit tees has been cilled for at Frankfort today to consider the advi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 December 1899

VOLUME 21 mt New Drug Slnre Mariov Ky Dec 5 1S99 Dear Friends We pre sume that you have learned through the Press that vc have recently opened a New Drug Store at this place per mit us to strite that in the se lection of this stock we have had the assistance of some of the best physicians and phar maceutical graduates in the state and have been fortu nate through their aid in se curing the pharmaceuticals that stand pre eminent in the opin ion of the majority of medical men of the world Any one in selecting from our stock will not in our opinion make an error We trust you will give us the benefit of your preference Our aim is to keep up the highest standard of quality in everything in our line our belief being that the best in medicine is never too good Our prescription department is second to none Accuracy in filling- prescriptions is guar anteed Our extensive assortment of patent medicines covers all leading preparations we will take pleasure in procuring for you any preparation w...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 December 1899

- - - j LV Z CROWING GOLD Siinmim ri n 4j tht Mytcr Has Uecn Satisfactorily1 Kxplalned bjr a Chemists I Experiment i It is generally supposed that the nug get which are found In the rlvei gravels of Klondike and other aurifer ous regions have been brought down by the rlrers direct from the reefs in which the gold orlgkially lay Many practical miners and scientific men however have long been of opln The Cause a Porelgaer Mnah Bar prise While Traveling- In This Country Nothing that I have seen In tht United States says a European wbc has just returned to his native coun try seemed more typical of Amer ican institutions than the people on sees on street cars The passengers or oue of these vehicles epitomize th whole character of the country J -was astonished the first time I saw women beautifully dressed climb intc them and take their places next tc worklngmen and m tlie evening wher men and women In evening dress takt their places alongside persons dressed in the poorest fashion tho s...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 December 1899

- PtotS R C Walker Publisher Marion Lodge No 60 Kcgular meetings first and third Monday nights In each month In the Masonic Hall Visiting brethron are cor dially Invited to attend C G WILSON M W It L WILUOltN ltcconlur Bib Fiek is nick DUannd dye3 at Orraes T T Alexander is in town Freeh oysters and celery at Hearing The atoreg have on their holiday atiire The Uniontown quarantine has been ised 13 trek water was Bcarce until the list rain Roy Gilbert is in the railroad office at this place Rev Wiee of Princeton was in t wn Monday See the solid silver novelties at Levi Cook L Miles is soliciting and collecting for the IltEss Mrs A D McFee has been quite ill several days Henry Belt near the spar mines is sick with ever Frank Conger is buyiug tobacco for Woods Blue Wallingford is building an addition to his livery stable Monday was a wet day but it made a dry county court See Lavi Cook for the best Christ inas presents Divid Words of Union county was in town Monday Dr J It Clark is out...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 December 1899

MMmtPMWMCM A F0IIGIV1NG SPIRIT Dr Talmage Placates the Worlds Revsnges Tit ItteninmciiilH 3iru of ho Sncclin rlnc ml lc of the Sour In Hu man Iorulie iirM iiimliiii Cops rle it 1S03 by Louis Klopsch Washington lu tills discourse Dr lnltnngenacntcs the worlds revenges and recommends more of the Miccliarlne nud lets of rho sour In human dispositions text Ivlie slntis 420 Let not the bun go iluwu upon jour wrath What a pillow embroidered of all col ors hath the eiv ine ilij i he cradle of clouds from w hleh the suit t ises Is beau tiful enough but It Is sui passed bj the many coloted matisoleuin in which nt cvetilnc it Is buried Sunset among the mountains It al most takes ones brenth awaj to recall the scone The long shadow s stretching over the plain mnke the f lorv of the de parting light on the tiptop crags and struck aslant through the foliage the mote conspicuous SatTron nnd gold jiurplc and ciimson commingled All the castles of cloud lu conflagration llurnlng Mocovvs on the sky H...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 December 1899

I T r 1 gpz t tfre 5jecec se sc cwcr ci esc ee tss s tee e ee S STATE NEWS ITEMS I - 4 N BENCH WARRANTS MnrNluiln Arrnt n Police Cuiirl Clerk anil Th IiiKlon llciiiucrnla ri tnton Ky S Georpo 15 Utt clerk of thu polico court lii rc John ntwiily anil Joseph Kant to urn Moil UltlniMluy cy IiiIUmI States imirhliitls upon bench wirnints from tin IVicnil iMiurt lit IoiiIm We whore they were iiulicti tl for hIIijjoi con hplriicy in ireentiiif Negroes finnt Mitliif nt the last eleetlon All nae hoiid in t oo These men were ilcin ocratle ntlleers at product 22 where the republicans curried things with a IiIrIi hand and It Is eliilmed they now take iitiwintiifr of the federal court to liitimldate mid miiioy tleiro crats who on election day were run ow r and imule to do contrary to their will hv force A Illtr MiordiKe AIIokimI WiUiainstoun Ky Dee 8 The gri ttcht Mlisatlon of many days was created when it leaked oiit that the 1eoples bank of Dry Ultimo had suf fered a shortage in oeriIrnft iifr...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 December 1899

I K 4i4pimmmiiMimamimiii MARION KY ftft2titfr2tt tteetfM2 NEW SALEM Everybody is carrying a garao arm Wm James has set Lis saw mill nt New 8alem Harry Harpending returned Jiome lust week from Nebraska Henry lirouster vras iu Illinois last week on business There nil be a wedding at New Salem church one night ne tt week E L Franklin and wife of Stom were guest of Squire Harendtags family Sunday Mrs Josie Wring is very low with lung trouble at her fathxB ltev Aaron Humpuroys Bro Oakley filled h regular appointment at New Salev second Saturday and Sunday The school at New Stlem will close Christmas Mr White has taught ub a good school vni uavenport will1 put up a blacksmiths shop on his place near New Salem in a short timo Mrs J N Stephens and daughter Llisa Mira of Salem were the gtieat of Mrs Harris last week The hog cholera is killing all the hogs in our section Bill Iyner aud Tom Harpending have lost all they had Mrs Nancy McCollum wife of or Judge McCollum is at deaths door at her ...

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 December 1899

f VOLUME 21 Tr3r5F 8h w THE jjj saj hw w jMf A XL T V JSf St DRUG 1 STORE 1 TErJS Is the place jfj j to buy outfL CIDCT Ml ls3 r a cc 7 WLrtJD 7 s nui ns s iMJ 1 rti 7GR Give it a trial B gfck H MORSE HE ISlISSING T 1 George Dlick Not Seen Since Saturday nd lit Ftmlly Uneasy Sitimlay Goorga Blick a citizen of Marion oWppfa ed from his home and from the tAvtv ml so far as hi family and friend irff learn be has not been seen ttyau rjidy since thai time i lie ia forty six e J old and to gether with his fam moved from Lyon county to luu dice abnit year ngo He hasajjwile and four children ami this U about the extent ot liis worldly ptisaeious Hh was a hard working honest mn and hire a good muno in every respect an oag those who knew him Tne causa of hi 8uilden and rather m Urioui riiappearance ia not kiiOWi to any of his Iriends He wa having rather a hard time in providing for hia family hut was not a man to shirk a responsibility of this kind It is stated that he had some domestic infel...

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