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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 January 1892

LOCAL NUWS Common Soap Rots Clothes and Chaps Hands IVORY SOAP DOES NOT w ISV tlio Uuurt Ve aro till at tho old stand tell Oil Illocor tho Uost Bour i whisky undo by the quart F K UobetUon k Co rrjr thtt extra quality of coflTco at Lanibi lliya old stand We aro nuking a pure corn whis aml selling it at Salem and Lola 1 D Wooldridge A Co Two good mules for sale cheap en 36 or cath Crider Cridcr BRANDY T A Malin Mulli i Ky haa a lot or fino brandy or o at 9225 per Rallon rxlo grcasc 2 boxes or 5c Uridci k Cridcr Shoes and boots nt coat at W L etnent Tolu J MILL FOU SAUK A 21 homo Rcr portablo engine double mill drooJ tf and a 25U000 fret ntmcU ahead L S LrflM Co Axle greaec 2 boxes lor 6c Crider Si Crider Scienco cannot produce a belter tnedy or all malaria disrates than C C Certain Chill Cine eitiitt to take Guaranteed to re chill1 and lever Sold by Hill rd A Wood Axle grea2 boxes for fie Crider A Cridcr We can certainly sell you anything u Hiint in the machine line and if u dont bel...

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 January 1892

UP lac ri ft rib DP pr ed m no vT i Siwr S 98WW rfiJ - 8 tl f 4 it m s ed i 2SPJPfiSivifIBWwf F1IIH AT CADIZ The fOO00 Cimrt HrtiiHB Do Hlrnyuil Koln m umv Cndiz Ky Jan 13 The court house was burned nt 130 oclock this morning The County Court records were saved The Circuit Court pa pers in the vault arc thought to be intact The court house and fixtures destroy ed were worth 50000 with no insurance The Coun ty Judge got all of the county papers and records of his office safely moved as did the Sheriff County Attorney and School Superintendent It caught in the court room it is supposed by fire falling out of the stove and catching the matting on the floor The court house was remodeled and rebuilt in 1883 and was one of the best and handsomest in the Stnte Why Tliry urc There Tho Warden of the Frank fort penitentiary made his re port showing that December 1 1889 he had 1127 convicts re ceived to December 1st 1801 1402 discharged 623seiitto Eddy villo 534 sent to railroads 55 delivered ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 January 1892

ri - ymm VOiUMKXII AT CHICAGO llio Viillimnl Dcmixritlc Con- 4 llllt Will CollCI0 Juno il Washington Inn 21 The bnniiit hall of the Arlington Hotel whore the National Democratic Committee met to dn was handsomely decorated with the lings of nil nations the American colors iiretloini natiiiK Intertwined among the decorations was running ivy and ainihuc with a back ground of mirrors which re llcctvil the gay colors and vines in ever direction Jn a semi circle about the scat of tho chairinnniftcing the entrance lo the bananet nail wero urawii upLOOclJairT Hack oftheso was an open space The room ammimodatotf 000 persons Stiutor Urice Chairman of tho r0iitivo Committee call ed tl meeting to order at 12 H it m nmljCiou Walker in- tnnliu cl District Commission er It who delivered an drc j f welcome Tin roll was then called and Senator Vilas moved lo go into oAccutu e session The motion prevail 1 At 1220 the dor were cl acd When the committee reas sembled Mr iSiilowny of Xow JIampshirr mwl ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 January 1892

W it J m a y WE a c r r k 4 r I I - r VPmDLv iff imBr si tffaw s I t tWe rOiiFjiHd r mphk VJPC LL E Kill ir i i ti iiiiiiHBHBBBBBBs - - vrrTr -- i t bbbbbj The Crittenden Press the war uloud gone ISSUMDWSMKLT R C Walker A Washington letter says that there will not be a scarcity ol names present at the National Democratic Convention and in evidence of the statement offers this New Jersey will present Gov Leon Abbett Massachusetts Gov Russell or Mr Cleveland if he will allow his name to go before the con vention In the latter case Penn sylvania will second the nomination of Mr Cleveland but otherwise will present Gov Patterson Maryland will put Senator Gorman in nomina tion and Delaware ex Senator Bay ard Ohio Gov Campbell Indiana Gov Gray Illinois Col Mormon and I am told by knowing Illinois Democrats that notwithstanding the factional fights in the State Col Morrison will carry the delegation to tho National Convention Iowa will present Gov Hois Winconsin Gcy -Peck-or SeMfor Vilas A...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 January 1892

I if fc AmatHi - -v I rftfOWKWWKBWHMHWiM MWMaiM Bv the Quart W ro ttill at the oldiUnd tell Bg Old Hickory the OMt lour mash whisky mado by the quart K E ttobeitonACo Common Soap Rots Clothes and Chaps Hands IVORY SOAP - DOES NOT A SPECIALY If you want good whliky for tned cinal purposes give ui a call We aro still telling by the quart V E Robertson k Co LOCAL NEWS Now we have the mud The M Ds are itill buiy Fair price loc tobacco tbii year Pnncetoo it to have a steam laun dry A cbitd of Jas Masters died Uit week The soring term of tho Academy begins Feb 8 An infant ol Fmnk Woodsides died Tuesday QuartcrlyCourt ii doing a lively business thi week The corporate limit o Marion ought t be extended Circuit Clerk I Wynci is worrying with a case ol the grip Manuel Stephens it atiiitmg Jobn Roed in the itockbuBineji Two food raults for isle chtap en time or cash Crider k Crider John Heed went to Sullivan Wed nesday to losd a car of hogs Foil Hunt A house and lot in Marion Apply to 11 C Wsl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 January 1892

n K M 2 fe PI lBajjffiSKMtftgijsi - iWllliWWWIMBWIBBIIWCBWMWIinifcM rffilswBIHFPiplWPsFSllWBRWpWBWs iHBlP5BHr pvVi w min ww jlfiij 4tftttMUiiSyWtMriitfBfeMMb 1 V ilBni mgm6l2tBit teslS m j v i I li PnTlWlWWIF Mil ill MXWHW miMiiii - - - i -- i V a 5p uMHtalL LI fk Eoi i brated in sacred history The number of steamers and other vessels putting into tho port of Joppa is now upward of SCO a vear tho destinatiou of most of the passengers and merchan dise they convey being the capi tal of Palestine In evidence of tho recent rapid growth of tho traffic it may bo mentioned mm Uiat Jujri lias trebled its pop ulation within the past thirty years Tourists will be able to take a return ticket from the port in question and Jerusalem for 20 francs and what is more they will be able to do the jour ney in a far shorter time with infinitely greater safety than hereto The rush of tourists from all parts of the civilized world to Jerusalem will if the expectations of tho promoters are fulfilled be so...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 February 1892

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 February 1892

- r JSaaaaaHRk . Ves - - BBS- - ji -".'- " ., ". . - . sSst ' iar"i - -I. ' i 45 v. ; . - lies , A $& " ;J- Ea?, j -v- " . Tk - V- V- - -v. .- v;? wv ,m - " IWhW J1 JtW WW . 1W r. aMaMMimMBv.gafMawn ' jj'U.;1 . g ijuhh.i , Vu. '... . ... . . Mn ..---- cmgb . - i j p .. -n . - - iinwiB,ijiEiHV3'i ' L . . t . j - ,1 - t . - t Pi? ' - - v " 1 .rs Mr i i . wrjmr v - f.iiiM &. j d -- i .wmMmvm;mrmrKxMmt k. xl ?iaiKipBMnBBiifa isa uce x jmwniai' -- - . - i - im - . - ji.. Be Crittenden Press ISaUSDWEEKLT. R. C. Walker, Publisher. Tho Morganfield San is still wag 1ng war against ifce whipping post While tho New York Stato convention was being held, Mr. Cleveland was at Ann Arbor, Mich., delivering an address to the University sUdents on "Sentiment in oar National life." In waging the war for the enforcement of the local option law in this community all parties should remember that ill feelings and rough words help neither fact'on, and is calculated to stir -up a bitterness that wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 February 1892

i5&sSiinsBHSiS' --S ' 3E8hjfiGKc&Cc 'k nJISi TSSba. alb .&.- - &3iv vbHH2l v" ""V" v x s - ElvkiBE5t' '-"' iiSSBlSHBSP I. ;. M Ml B i 'lllylHi LOCAL NEWS. t sv 'I' 'ESiMlB 3 x ' "k gff 4SP - " '( 131 .- r e if w . ' r - ?.'' raff rS 'it' vi. -v K x. "l if-: -. .SmmI aTS ; jt --" & - Bifi&-- If you want a pair of left handed scissors call at Grider & Glider's. Cook stoves guar:n teod at Cridcr & Crider. Tho Tiger Disc ilarrow bcat3 them all. Crider & Crider. Wacon?. Old Hickory and Ten- . ncsse, guaranteed as good as any. Crider & Crider. The finest sewing machine in the , rworld cheap at Crider & Crider. Dick Dorr, jr., is tho assistant aj the 0. Y. depot. ; -. Marion. is never more like herself .than when a whisky fight is on hands, " Hr. J. M. Horninic will engage in ,the grocery and dmg business at Blackford. . Rove. A., J, Thompson and S. K. Breeding are holding a protracted 'raeptuigat Oftlf Grove. TviarrwgJiccnBps havo been tn.if 'Tt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 February 1892

- ' B9fc k'Sfc' 'ir :'' rt '.Mi J - : p rM5t : JRBpwl ..HatdquaitewwttendenPost, No. 31, Dop'Ky., G: A. R. dffi&'Of Adjutant; Wr, aa'Comadef, are called upon to mourn the. loss, of one of our Comrades, in tio'fers6n vof Foafc Commaande JThoa. J. Wfcamr6n, foavof burroost comrades. Comrade Cameron answered. the. summon of the Allwise Creator on diciplihe and, bravery in ac months, of ber and October; 1862, r eonStiiiUy iife:wi& the reBefbrees under &dam Johnaon; in connection wiUi tieompanyii of Indiana e?irt,a poflttonof Wifht t.battle of Goig fore wid Aam Johnaon and cattemig to in, eeryi tion. La Urge re Woodward. IireiJ'? t.tfeey disporsed'ji bMWorcofidbr c3fc At Camp (mjrn, in Todd oonaty, fUr;tk!Sjbe;regiBiont 1- inatridnf .awZ&Sr mmm u imji uk & w'vi vuvi as .-- - .JiTMi,, 4 , 4 Bucll'a nttriaiiff . aKoss Sl&l : m ja Joif jwout jnto Tenneeseov " ry. JFroni,t time, to tho : rtlo If of tm9, Uik rwiBMnrwasiTeflgagcd in ruardia the country ftiet tk CWrlad r...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 3 March 1892

MOUHT YDfflOI Description of the HUUrtc lUune of tko Father mt Mln Country rri CorrMpomUnt U a Illfrlm sail VU1U tb Mrcrs of America and WrttM Knltrtalnlnglr It Harrosaillnf Wwlimeton D C Feb 22 1892 Oao hundred and sixty years ago to day was born n child whoso namo wan destined to become a household word in every liberty loving homo in tho world and that child was christened Georgo Washing ton It was my pleasure to day to visit the homo made famous by him It is situated on tho Virginia bank of tho Potomac and is ranched from Washington by boat Tho boat left tho wharf at tho foot of Seventh street at 10 oclock a m and passed down to tho old historio Vir ginia town Alexandria From Alexandria wo wont next Ft Foote an earth work in Mary land Tho only sign of defenso at Ft Footo was a ragged ne gro boy and a hungry looking black dog Tho next landing was mado t Vt Wfuriiinorton built ol vvw v -- r stono nnd more formidable ir nnnoarnnco than Ft route unt which is however not garris oncd ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 3 March 1892

w I rME xii IDNT VERNON rrlpHou of the HUterlc Iue of Iho FiUlicr of Ml Country CnrrMpamlrnt I IHirlni ami ritlli tb Mn of Amrrlra anil WiU KnWrUlnlngl IU Sarroaadlnga Washington D C Feb 22 1892 Ono hundred and sixty vnnrH ncro to day was born a child whoso namo was destined to become a household word in homo iu every liberty -loving tho world and that child was christened George Washing ton s It was my pleasure to day to visit the homo made famous by him It is situated on tho Virginia bank of tho Potomac and is reached from Washington by boat Tho boat left tho wharf at tho foot of Seventh street at 10 oclock a m and passed down to tho old historic Vir ginia town Alexandria From Alexandria we went next Ft Foote an earth work in Mary land Tho only Mgn of defense at Ft Footo was a ragged no gnu boy and a hungry looking black dog Tho noxt landing Was made at Ft Washington built of atono nnd moro formidable in appearanco than Ft Footo but which is howovor not garriB oned Tho fort is abo...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 3 March 1892

T jf Ptr fi The Goods Must Be Sold 1 jj We Mean What We Say j I A SURE CLEARANCE SALE n i v - y Owing to the fact that the firms of Pierce Yandell and S Gugenheim have consolidated and will move into the new buildiug near the bank April 1 we now place before the people our two stock regardless of profit We have oyer 81000000 worth of Clothing Boots Shoes Hats and Dry Goods and it will pay you to see us before buying Dont fail to see our stock and get our prices s I IERCE T ANDELL UGhNHUM The Crittenden Press 18 a UD WEEKL Y JCAVAlEKf Publisher Bute Senator J 3 Hargii died Tery sadden ly in Franktiri Sunday Tfee Democratic caucus filed to Uke any action on the free eointge measure The are tht tke bill ill pum the bouse Id tie Iloue Friday the contested eitcion Btiwetn owri idu uriijr of tke twenty foirth Penns jlvania -- IJ -I II uwuici wm aeiiieu id iyor ui Craff the Democrat Jerry Simeon the Kansas itatea nan thinks Gen Wearer or Ljna tits Donnelly will be the Third Party nominee f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 3 March 1892

CALNKWS Cain lias bocn very sick lary Urigham is ycry sick imonia number of teachors arc j tho academy i son of T A Hughes near en Springs died Saturday H Young has u sale notice ipor Ho is going to Ran kles liko anti railroad days to Ight coming into II anon in igons Jverctt Coflicld is clorking for Gopher Ho is an affable cntivo salesman 1 1 -I irs ions x roicy oi uoni loading at this place tho ran- for a flno flouring mill at rs vtaiKor anu uuvo navo hscu tno aiorsc rurnuuro store rill conttnuo business at tljo old i uonol Mr F M Slansberry ol Mattoon has tyuholtl fever i weeks ago ono of his eons died is liver t I I 1 to MClliouisi ami ircauyiciimi relies of this placo nro making collections fbis year by the elopo sjstcin lis llerthn Carnck daughter of S S Carrick died nt her homo ith of Marion lait Wednesday ir a brief illm ss larricd Feb 2b at tho rofidcnio Hr C L Dooms Mr John L ill and Misi Norio C Doom Hev E Martin officiating A II Cardin has received 100000 of tobacco stei...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 3 March 1892

V THE PLATFORM kwl private school Kit Y J V i H R jfc I j - - lf m i BEE- TEaht uxms ifVl 2 1 MA ik - w - Tk UtmautJs oi llio Btt Louis CenTBln St Louis Mo Feb 2o Tho industrial convention adop ted the following platform First We declare the un ion of the labor forces of the United States this day accom plished permanent and perpet ual May its spirit enter into all hearts for the salvation of the republic nnd tho uplifting of mankind Second Wealth belongs to him who creates it Every dollar taken from industry without an equivalent is rob bery If any will not work neither shall he eat The in terests of rural and urban labor are the sams their enemies are identical Third We demand a not lees than 50 per capita Sixth We demand a grad uated income tax Seventh We believe thnt the money of the country should bo kept as much as pos sible in the hands of the people and hence we demand all na tional State revenues shall be limited to tho necessary expen ses of tho Government econom ically an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 March 1892

-in Vh3k Vfofr cyftf fr w nv HwtrJljg UiMfcgjaKfc VOLUME XII THE WOOL TARIFF f lCoporl ol lie llutiHu Commlllro AflWXlllllH It lCMlllIIOII of tlic Tax The majority report savs the MoKinley bill was passed with enormous rates of duties many of them prohibitory nd ll of them arc unreasonably high There can be no good reason the report says for maintain ing such high taxes upon arti cles which are so necessary to the health ami comfort of the people A peculiar feature of those rates is that owing to the high rates per pound and per square yard added to tin ad valorem rates the duties were highest upon the cheapest grades of goods worn by the masses of the people and low est upon the high priced gooda worn by those in better circum stances Tweuty llvo per cent was nil the protection that wool manufacturers in 1SU7 naked in order to enable them to com pete successfully with their for i in rivals but it scorns in the case of woolen goods as on all others tho ntuount of protec tion increas...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 March 1892

mx K f - r i at- tl 1 1 r k iiBTST r TO i r I a i rniimwwKmM iffMiSfMiu Owing to the fact that the firms of Pierce Yandell and S Gngeiiheim liave consolidated and will move into the new building near the bank April 1 we now place before the people our two stock regardless of profit We haye oyer S 1000000 worth of Clothing Boots Shoes Hats and Dry Goods and it will pay you to see us before buying Dont fail to see our stock and get our prices Pierce Yandell Gugenheim Co The Crittenden Press ISS UED WSEKL F R C Walker Publisher For CoagrcM To the people of the First Con gressional District of Kentucky 1 am a candidate for a seat in the 63rd Congress and earnestly desire jour votes for the place Grateful beyond words for your past kindness I promise if elected to endeavor by a faithful discharge of duty to prove how much I value your continued favor Your inter ests demand that I remain for toe present at my post ol duty conse quently I will be deprived of the op port jnity of mating a t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 March 1892

yacftww STILL THE PEOPLES FRIENDS mm iSEWKSSW - iBiHilBHEnHiaBEVlBsV MPW1 11g jvSfAisr2fltmtt iiM - CN 17 MgJgWMMIMtaMUWMMMMMII IBM iaiftVXIIflMaail iEiXCa2I7n HUBBARD 600000 Worth of Goods To Be Sold For Less than Cost nails of shoes for men women and eliildren HOT suits of clothes oCO lints 2100 vimlscfcassimcrcs COOO yards of prints and ginghams Hundreds of other ig h o money with you astonisn tne people than you ever got it before AMERONS OLD STAND MARION KY LOCAL NKWS IXeft handed shears at riders Hardware Store Sheriff Cruco Mill moved Lis fa mi to Mnrion ill A Lalluo litis been appointed sstmastor at Lovme John Monro is a salesman in Friedmans dry goods store J It Kcvil is in Union county owg scino surveying this week Mr A Woodall has purchased 00000 pounds of tobacco this sea n Mr Davo Mooro has accepted n osition as salesman or tho Crider lardwarc store Mr and Mrs J W Blue jr will itertam n number of their young riciidi this evening Mr Jesso Stephenson has phased the Hiyncs...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 March 1892

f Al PETRIFIED BODIES 1 v Iiistiinccs il ItociMil ii cry In inilitcuh lis A citizen vcstcrtUv in talk ing with n Standard reporter related the circumstance of two petrified bodies known to have become such after burial in this city The father and mother of a well known family had been interred at Oak Grove cemetery several vears ago and last fall the sons from some cause decided to change the bodies to another lot In do- ins so it was found that the body of the mother had become thoroughly petrified while scarcely a vestage of the fath ers remains were visible On tho other hand it was found to require the strength of several stout men to handle the coffin in which the mother had been buried Another similar incident was related of a grown young wo man daughter of a well known genteman who recently died in this city Her bodv was ex humed and carried to the cem etery when the body was found to bo as perfectly petrified into stone as anything could be The gentleman said he himself assis...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 31 March 1892

FAIK XII IE GREAT PICTURES IIT TO Till OKCOKAN AIM UAIXIMtV truileii oiinty Hoy ToIIh ctliliiK About tint Jroiil Cilery ami It Content no who visits Washington uld not fail toseo the hui Avt Gallery It is located just north of War Department The ttihling is a two slorv ire of tho Ilennnissnneo stylo uid was given to tho public by he late W W Corcoran for the encouragement of Hue arts Tho donator of this magnifi cent gift including tho build ing and priceless contents with an endowment was born Dec U7 1 70S and died Feb M 18SS On the ci ping on the side of the steps at the entrance arc two immense bionzo lions copies of the famous lions at the tomb of Clement XI 11 St I dors Ho ne made by Canovo hut inside and directlv in irreil stair way that leads the main picture gallery Tho llrst object seen is n seated statute of X ipoloan I and just back of it on the north wall is a portrait of Mr Cor coran The main galleryJsOo bv M feel Turn to tho right now and wo will notice briefly afiw onl...

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