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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 16 June 1892

U w fcV r J r itf 5 t a i - V K I7 fa T jbvj 4fttV HP fcftc 1 1 ft r r iAiiivif vi uwmHwwnw 7i 1 7 TT jTijriTTTiTTUTllfl f iiTfryf rWTT1 ALL ABOARD IerlheMtato Ti elation h 1hU or Ahiu Ky Tho Kentucky State Teach era Association will meet in its regular session at the above placo and time mentioned Tho railroads of tho Stato have given one faro rates for round trip to all members The L and IV will require member ship certificates when tickets are purchased Tho new and elegantly furnished Palmer House has been selected as hcadqurtcrs for tho association and has reduced rates to 200 per day for ono person in a room and 150 where two e cupy tho same room t will bo ample room There in this houso for all but if any pre fer a cheaper place the rates at the St Nicholas will bo 1 and 123 per day at tho Hart House 80c and Dale House 75c Besides these cheap rates the Entertainment committee will have provided free entertain ment in private families for all who may want it Tho meet ings will b...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 23 June 1892

- TiiTi a Ljwaa 1 fT -7 W1 7 L T -ii 1 t m 2 8 tfrfifctuie pr LLUMKX1I MARION CRITTKNDKN COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 23 ISI2 NUMBER 52 J 7t M E Fohs RETAILOR JUJAKXOXT SV itjhop went of counhi uio All ids ol work in tho line nono FURNITURE IEPAIR SHOP R R F DORR Proprietor li I ll l w pIlaitii ui an Kiiiuji iiuiH ilf to order Picture fmnc ol Ml kind ami kitin uiiulc to order U nnd nuc olioo in Look a hum lililniK Houtli of Court square larion ivy W ffiwi IrrVI It I I 0011 mrY lor II II IOMXO CtlnllllT Vlio rrmt mmvj wv MARION KY liTDOKIZCI CAriTAL 200000 Dooi n iriTicril bunking buins iml in Hcturrd 1 1 1 1 n lueu im pruvod piUiit li iryl r i r r Mux lock Kafr uUo iimiHt li inbt lm proof vault Tour Piitruiiuifi l ltpctlii y NollclKd G 6 Hammond The Old Reliable JEWELER IS STILL IN MARION And says he is prepared to repair your Watches Clocks Jeweler etc At Yery Lowest Prices ALL WORK WARRANTED HillynrifttWoods old stand Dr T H Cossitt i M TfciaTHf liClifc Wi57 Marion Ky FineArtincial Teeth ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 23 June 1892

r zs v fV Jr b i mmmmmmmmmmiBtiigim The Crittenden Press JS8 UED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher JUDGE f I ROBERTSON Or Gravbs Couj tt If a candidate for Congress from Ma Ute Firtt District flection Not 1892 lie ii rabject to the ac tio of the Deoaocratic party JUDGE JAMES CAMPBELL Of McCrackex Cousit Is a candidate tor Congress from ais tie Firtt District Election November 1692 lie is subject to the action of the Democratic party JOHN K HENDRIGK Or Livixostox Ooustt la a candidate for Congress from the Flirt district Election November 1892 Sabjeet to the action of tho Democratic party FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JOHN T FRANKS a candidate for Baeriff of Crittenden county sljct to the action of the Repub lican party llo will tppreciate yoar vote and influence To the Voters or Chittenden Coubtt Having served you for the past two years as Sheriff I tat this method of expressing to you my gratitude for the confidence imposed is me It has been the custom of the county to endors...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 23 June 1892

AL NKWS fit cont t shaw t k Co lor threshers H lcudrr in Iruit jars illyard of Mariii as in j yesterday Henderson lluiler living a e o K U i north of town it wry ill loid Uvt Ashir hiju t riTcitnl a line ol drugs nu diciM iticnR filled nt all houn rVe line of shoes and slippers s to lo oolil very cheap i can buy anything in tho lino at spot cot at Shaws int you to be aure to look nt Icci ibis week Siibwab Ice your produce to Schwab ami h lor it dull aosson does not affect ilri of Mr Loving millinery She always keeps a large on hand and hat a big run r Thomas 1erkins informs us t Sunday heavy raim toraowhat igod the wheat crop in hit local ont buy a buggy cart or spring on until you have soon us and xl our goou 1icrce AS -II IHhaw it selling all hi clothing aud ties at spot cost llarrr up and get you a suit from iw before they aro told 1 8 I Hwopc county president I the Kentucky Sunday Sch tol in it working up the Sunday school iterest in the ciunty Charlie Klder nut muIi u piinful c...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 23 June 1892

-4 - k r 1 i h rc FLED FOR THEIR LIVES Mohaney City Ia -Flooded mid Much Damage Done Pottsvillc Pa June 18 The first reports of tho flood at Mahanoy City were exag gerated Tho dam which burst contained 3000000 gal Ions of watc It had been in bad condition and was being repaired The repair gang had just left work when tho dnin gave way The Lehigh Valley tracks were washed away and tho floods poured toward Alalia ney City Tho little villago of Robertson was struck and although no lives were lost many persons were rcnJcred homeless by the wrecking of houses When tho flood reached Mahancy City it spread itself out over three fourths of the place filling cellars and rush ing into business places to a depth of three or four feet Hero the principal damage was done Debris consisting of rocks trees timber and dirt is piled up on oil streets west of Main street to a depth in some places of ten and fifteen feet Business houses are in a sad condition and tho los3 to stock will run very heavy La...

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 June 1892

X 3 el At 4h es at Ah K m 15 t I 4sl S V in in 111 tu B us b lor nit WlK n HiVy wnslL Tnnarohcr tWtortt 11 lull tJut MM It lilM lJ cried far OMorfei When fJm UiAino Sll n ill cliUKf In XSMmli Im ii iJm lxk1 Children the tMllimi Wurla G G Hamond The Old Reliable jewel eb IS STILL IN MARION And says ho ia propavr il lo ropnir your wWIioj Clocks JowcUt etc- At Very Lowest Prices ALL WORK WARFANTIiD Shop in Asherx Drugstore llillyanl Woods old stand Dr T K Cossill m mtmtk Mar ion Ky FinoArlifftial Teeih A Specialty Jlubhcvor Celluloid Plates ChamborhiiR4 Eyo and Bkin OlrtUnant r A certain cure for Chronic Sora IJM Teller Unit lthonm liwiKl IleJ Old Chronic Oore lovrr 8irw Kciicma Ileli I nlrio ScratclicJ boto Xliutlui nnd Pl It U cooling end Koothinn llnndrv diot casw Jia Ixjou ruicd liv Itnticrnllothor tnutwunt had fallca It li put up In S3 trnd W cent boxes OiiJ cKKINo faiiftcr and Paper Hanger to on ihart nouco P8 9 Xk our work innnllwicrhSin is i liciieil J W Goodloe PLASTEREB Pfinc...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 30 June 1892

Br v rV LF rrf II BL -It Br r H I m I m 1 ml W i i - 17 I- X- W f t fri u 1 If I r m ii ii jSfc K if L EE vK V probability OUR NEW DRESS GOODS have just arrived ami you can got Dress Goods worth lo and 20 cents per yar 1 for 10 cents We have laces to match Our Shoes forhe Ladies and Childred as well as Wen and Boys can not be beat in style and quality Come right alone and get goods from people who will save you money I lome And Buy Your Drv Goods Clothing Shoes 5 -- p k wau Press JCf0Ur J dray oprnttn i - - iiLruiiri nno i aubstitute bill for bufrre silver coinage u proposes to excludo foreign silver from iree coinage the privilege o wm Campbell a8 ilcn select as chairman of the Republican uonai Convention in the io inacc oi J o ciarkson who ionlinn vuvu iu curve uj lunger Aiis samuiat the name of Mrs Men m uougar will be presmtcd to tho Prohibitionist Convention as cannmate lor Vice President Key Sam Small is seeking for the same uonor woman Three cheers for tho The Thijd Purry lea...

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 June 1892

mmmmmsmMmrimsimmmL LOCAL NKWS Business dull Muzzlo tlio dogg Crops promising Marions oarjKjntera arc oil busy Circuit court Mill adjourn tlii wock Ttic normal toliool Ht this plnce closod Tuesday Inolo Joo tlio jiiltr has but twobourdeu Dont fail to rend Schwabs pricss in this isuo Choico building Iota in Marion find icady purchasers Hurry up and got you a suit from Snaw before tboy nro Gold Urittcndcn county lias but one saoou It is at Dycuiburg Huns jriw aro not unusual in tbe Crittenden Circuit Court Cot you u hay prets from LtfM Co and balo that hay this year Remember that tho candidate til Congress epenk ut Maiion July 11 HiyRikei both hand nnd toll dinp at very low prices at Pierce k in thu JdmI n tial ogt mrcrs M atjl r - r COM- A pMCt HOD loot to buil 1 el r o railw jy front Cadiz Lrc Voakoy the ralwbla black em th ol Fonlj Icrry was In tovwi Tursdv Mr J s 1J ol Dikoven is in tiM lit has big land suit in Circuit Cjurt Ii 1 L Moore hat opONotl his sUck fdrui and tilt store pr...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 30 June 1892

-ft Bit J 3 r i -v ftst ltiimvnwfwgM RELIGIOUS AriD EDUCATIONAL rhorcU Jorln Heaven over ont Inner Unit repenlcth no smt f whether he lias nny money la the luli or not Horns Horn riorlil1 has 1UT3 RnnfloyschnoU 110O1 Unehers and 01405 scholar- Inming un incrcnf0 over 1W0 of r J3 fcUiools 6V13 icncliors and ltt001 schol ars A Ma the ermlle of the human rnoe ha 10i Yminir Mens Chil llun ansocla tlons Darlfcs Africa has 13 mid Occanlcn comprising the lalanda of tha kta has 10 Ool Is tho only bolnp who hns time fnour li lmt a prurient limit who know -how to nelre occasion can commonly nmUo a shift to find as much as he lieeiK Lowell The University of UpsaVi in Swe den during tht present term has an at tendance of 1WS Of these U5t nro In the theoln eal department 740 In tha phllohophkal 44U In the law and 221 In the inedioil lf lliero lm one thinj on earth which Is truly ndmlrnhle It In to hc Sh1h wisdom hlcsklnif an Inferiority of natural powers when they have heen honestly truly and ze...

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

f Jk bTr bhe lw 1 r - V jh 1 t HV i VOLUME XIII Whro U17 m Ick m rsto b r Cartcri Uk ho m CtlM ti crint for OwtivU Imii ahn txramfl Mka hfl plunj to WUjtU WImo tiui hod HilUrvu hlw ka Umm CiwWl G G Hammond The Old Reliable JEWELER IS STILL IN MARION And snys ho is prepared to repair your Watches uiocKs Joweler etc At Yerj Lowest Prices ALL WORK WARRANTED Shop in Ashcrs Drugstore Hillyard Woods old stand Dr T H Cossitt Tl wm r VJUL l Ji S3p l f Marion Ky Fine Artificial Teeth A Specialty Rubber or Celluloid Plates ChamhrlainB Eye and Rvtn Olatmont A certain euro tor ClironloSoro Ero TolUr Ball Itbcuui SoalJ 1KJ OM Chronic Soros Kuvor Sore Eczema Ilcb rrelrlo Scratchr Soro Nipple Mil llle It U cooling anil sooUilng Hundreds of cmm hvo Wu cured by utrwrm oihor truatimtit bad faJloo It ii put up In S3 and 60 ocnt boxes SBPERKINS TINNER Painter and Paper Hanger MtHlOK KY Itoolinjr uuttiriinf and rrpiiriiiR none on short notice llouso Mint lag ind paper hinging Your work U iliclted mmi 3W...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 1 September 1892

tmkmjwmmmffi w F r B P NfS TR i AdvVJnuT drMm Mlpv USir Wk am r i iLja mi b T Mu BWW 4Hr f All MtkecsatMilNW r US 1 i aaSf atMSiV ifil iiliP i s i HHraGeaWHg i T JII We have Dress Goods Clothing Shoes and RED FRONT The Crittenden Press ISS UD WEEKL Y R C Walker Publisher aL U Ue and clean men n tTHtH1 1 - M an tt nr id pontics aB A eqaar looki Witt ou the fan wU ord re t IViA AVIII vvi 11 cuucii MVIBlri COiVt ed his eighty third birth dy day Vote according to your interest This U what the subsidised manu factnrer does The patent offico issued 23GG Intent kst year the revenue Ixom tbia source being 4102 441 The convicts were returned to the Tennessee coal mines Tuesday Two hundred men are guarding them Where three or four are gathered together now they dont pray but pit out a candidate for President HSullivan and Corbet the 4 priij fighters will fight at New Orleans on the 7th Big money is J tlAincf hft nn tho rnanlta Eium tne Tnir1 Prty wn prlte for Governor of Norri fi was lined th...

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

Tr j VF 1 TZ 1 JW7Tri yftwawnhi - jVz iW r taMlMh - - Jus Mott tho man in jail has been sick J E IJrawncrs family have mov cd to Marion Marions streets aro receptacles for rubbish At tun wo huvo an announcomont for speaking Attend the precinct meetings Sat urday Sept 10th Uivo tho roads a good working for fall and wintor use rihas K Wheeler will speak at Marion Monday Sept 12 S K Breeding is holding a meet lug at oiicem this week At least 60 ol tho schools of the county will open Monday Tho Masons havo repaired the walk north oMaoonic hall Mr E It Sabin a prominent merchant oi Princeton died Sunday It is grattlying to noto that there aro no murders to report this week Crittenden Springs Hotel will bo kept open until the last ol Septem ber Hov It II Adams has a now boy at his bouir Tho young man is suvtral days old Mrs Sallie K Dorr has purchased the Rochester A Co stock ol nilli incry good Mr J M llrawncr is at tho res idence ol Dr J II Clark very sick with inllamation of tho bowels...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 1 September 1892

aaaaaaaaaaaaamwi - vr jm ffls -- ft L t ii n - fumy TCSTS JIWIBMB f A a y y - i - m a h a w aaaalLS I sf K r nu vi u I OWED IT ALL TO THE OLD WOMAN Iroyer In ft OinuMlng Den A N NOII NuEMtjlUb rHHHMHMHHHIVi UIIIU I ft labia PIS 441 tJHr jBy V l Wl j I ilM I -I r 1 I 1 t i mamL MntvBlL jw ful MBBmzNl A iff Jgrei y I am u 1 I JK m ML w w to Js HP rri L -Wild How Ncwibojr Sold a Lot of pAper on New Vnrk Rtrect Cor Tlo car it wnaaFourtli avenuo ono vna lKvling along morrily It fo liappcnod tt Btmngo Uiings do Boruotlmcfi happen In Oiia prosaio world that all tho Boata on ono sido of Uio car voru occupied by men and all tho Boate on tho oUior sido by women Tho women were idl young and pretty too which might lw ac counted a Btrango thing anywhere olro tliau in Now York Now when a man is riding in a Btrcot car a pret ty faco is nlways a cheering eight to sec but when tlicro are a dozen lovely faces to contoniplato tho joy id proportionately increased Soreno enjoyment was depicted on tlio f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 September 1892

W mwWSM VOLUME XIII 1 am Km toll oatisiaetion atmr i V r U v WUn lUhjr w3 tick m ran Irr CVutniU Imi lui km a OilU iJki i rM fur itoria iuii Lvnnw Ml lu tlunjf ViKturU Ihu 1m IukI CUUrtu klio Uh lit UuturU G G Hammond Tfie Old Reliable JEWELER IS STILL IN MARION And says ho is prepared to repair your Watches Clocks Jeweler etc At Very Lowest Prices ALL WORK WARRANTED Shop in Ashers Drugstore Hillyard Woods old stand Dr T H Cossitt Marion Ky Fina Artificial Teeth A Specialty Rubber or Celluloid Plates Cbamborlamo Eyo and Skin uuiunonu Tetter ball niicum ScaM lUui Old Chronic Soro Kocr Sores Eczema Itch Tralrlo Ucrntchc Soro Nipple and Pile Itlicoollnj nnd oothlni llundn diof ciuciliao bevn cured by It alter all other treatment had failed It U lut up lo U and CO coat Ixjxcj SBPERKINS TINNER lioter and Paper Hanger NtlllOX HY Uoolinjr RuttorinR ami repairing lone on ihort notice Iloiuo paint ing nmlpapcr htiigpK Your worl molicitei JW Goodloe PLASTERER 3Jupcjr J Tringor Firtt claw work...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 September 1892

I J NMHHHMRMMmMMMIHK rt y Tho Third party folks were mov ing with solid phalanx to carry Ar kansas They anticipated a victory in Mondays election fur State offi cers hut the early returns indicate that they reckoned without their h sU In South Carolina the Alli ance element won victories in the Democratic primary elections a few days ago but there were not Third paity victories by any means it waa Alliance Democrats wno ub mitttrd thsir claims to a regularly called Democratic primary election The early skirmishes indicate that the solid South is still solid The Hickman Courier says The Republicans in this district are split into two factions one is vehemently urgent that Dr Deboe tho Republican nominee will accept ml muLifn a straight fieht and the other tkat Deboe shall withdraw and throw the Republican vote for Keys tho Third party nomineee Any thing to beat Stone the Democratic nominee All this is an open secret openly talked by whito Republicans but the white leaders are astound...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 September 1892

N fe LOUAL NKWS THURSDAY SKIT 1 189J Al those knowing tlnim lvo ii dcbtcd to tnc cither ly unto or nc oju it mut c mo ami settle it unco Mr 0 Wolff Work tlio nmiN County court M iwl y Send y ur chillieu to School GuOtl rain continue to come Q mtorly meeting ut Suuitu tO thy The euitrvl hunters report fine Bjiorl Frank Nowcom will toch school ut Weston Fred Loiroit u hiuling railroad tic and itivcs MUi S irah Cmmon is oraiiiiinR a irivato school Mr 11 I Fln y raco ol fine younu bird dogf Attoid the Democratic precinct UKcting at 2 oclock Stturdy ltjv H F Orr preached at the Methodist church last night School begins at Chapel Hill Mot dy Ub Wheeler U the teacher Mr Alcn Travis aa old citucn ol the couuty Is very ill at his country home No need of Koing to the city you can get a city photo Irotn Cook at Marion Kldi Carter and Ulackburn arc holding a meeting at Union this week Mr Myrt Vickers ol aturyU is in Wallaces baibcr ahop at thu pliice llov W It tiibbs is holding pio traded meeti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 September 1892

flkrm C J - v 37 1 1 3PT - -1 t r v - iMiiiijifyiiii - iii mm if- rn AT OUR DOOR Alio Clkolorn Al llaj in New York Harbor New York Sept 3 Noth ing can now save tho metropo lis from the great plague but sbsolutc compliance on the part of cveey member of the community with the instruc tions of the Board of Health and the quarantine authorities The danger is real It can not be overestimated Two newly infected steam ships arrived in this harbor to day with awful stories of death and suffering They were the Rugia and Normannia both from Hamburg The Rugia buried five steerage passen gers at sea and had five living cholera patients still on board when she cast anchor The Normannia buried four steer age passengers and one cabin passenger She had four pa tients still alive one being a member of the crew It is claimed that the cabin passen ger who died on the Normania was sufiering from diabetes only New York Sept 4 Dr Jenkins accompanied by Quar antine Commissioner Allen and Prof Briggs went...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 September 1892

imota olntOowlor ajiOlli rkuNvoitit f INVEST MEMIlllS nil LAT0l ij arrlvas at i at Iaducah Cli I j ATtlH i at lluch ouiaviLLc Mo t lNiliiiiah on VJH p I Pi u AnlM at uat PrUMMf VOLUME XIII WVn IWiy wa tick ro He Caotorla Wl n hw a Chill h ctM Tor linturU Whrq rtie lwun MK eliin W 6mUtU Wht lw hwl CWUnn tJo Knjirin WuU IB Hammond The Old Reliable JEWELER IS STILL IN MARION Ami says ho is prepared to repair your watches Clocks Jowclcr etc At Very Lowest Prices ALL WORK WARRANTED Shop in Ashers Drug Store lillyard Woods old stand Dr T H Cossitt ointment w n allisox iu u iuv - uus same commnauon anr Urgeatever planted in this A certain cun or Chronic Soro EyM raise CXpenslVO products to alHiI1r or offorimr to frill a Tetter Salt Uhoum Scnld Head Old warcil 1 S l i iS n ml4 nrnlln tho nnv j Chronic boru IVvcr Soros Ecieiua ui tn nat it uiii hnown hw - r niaciiiuurv m iuooia uuu m I O ll Xl v -- - J It nflpr It 1 put wttto NTTTITRB ftPMRSHOP TARIFF TAXATION What Some lromlnoHt Uonultll ni...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 September 1892

i i 1 WBW V m i 5i id wr II Vr ISS UED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR 1RESIllENT 0R0VE11 CLEVELAND OfNcwiork FOR VICE PRESIDENT AULAI E STEVENSON Of Illinois And iherc Btood old Arkansaw It looks very much like it will bo Judge T J Nunn And now Corbotts friends want him to un for Congrrs The Senate passed the Attorneys hill over the Governors veto In addition to the thanks of a great many people Corbett got 833 000 Sullivan is now fighting John Barleycorn Ho will Ret knocked out again According to information up to date there will bo no fusion in this county Arkansas voted down amendmont making poll tax receipt a qua fixa tion for voting Tho English authorities claim that Amy heJUCgeflgi Tho J H Rollker Cnmnnw 1 makers of Evansville made an as signment Tuesday Liabilities 177 -000 assets 300000 There are some people mIio do not believe in quarantine It is those who are on boird tho quarantind ships in New York harbor Judge Bishop was nominated f r circuit Judge an...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 September 1892

BjWWaPIBPs sSTBLwBBLaaaaaaaffaaaaaaaaafcaaaa LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY SEPT 15 1892 i j - ii All thoso knowing themselves in debted to mo either by nolo or ac oiunt tnuit cimo and settle at onco Mrs 0 Wolff Dr R Moores NEW Drug Store Is Headquaiters for The Purest Freshest DRUGS ON THE MARKET rrexcrlntlom III led at all hour day or nliclit by a gniii unto riiarmitclit Xcjt Door to Hank line rains No private schools Big crowd Monday No coort so far this week A moo aontha free ichool Come tJ ie w Pierce A Son Bee J NTttJa advertisement - - See Dr H L Moons advertite menu Horso swapping wm lively Monday Wheat drills are now very cheap at Pierce k Son The precinct meeting were well attended Saturday New gingham and calico at Picrco Yandoll OugenhelmCo Mr J J Hcnnctt has moved from KoUcy to Marion The butter and chtcso company hold a meeting Saturday Claude Whotler is confined t his room with a sprained ankle Tho Pactucah city court charges one dollsr lor a plain drunk Uringall yourdrTcd fruit...

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