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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 September 1894

1 P 2 osar v N 1L srr ft r I M Jjf I l FACTS GOME OUT THE TIIUE STOIIY OF 1MIE KEIUIYILLE LYNDHIXU Urand Jury Making Things Warm Around Memphis Mcniplif Tcnn Sept The whole plot of the Kcrrvillc lynching is now luiil We Before immy hours clupwj it is tl ought every one who had anything to do with the nflhir or the mHJority of them will he behind the bar Hob McCarver n eon of pherifTMcCnrver gave the enapnuny He was invited to participate in the massacre by N II Smith ouo of the men now lingiiishing in the county jail under indictment fur murder in the first degree When tho invitation to assist in tho aeasiiuition was tend ered to McCarver it was represented that sheriff McCarver knew all nlxmt it and that Judge Cooper of the cri minal court was not in the dark Of course these representations were made by Smith for tho purpose if possible of mixing Sheriff Carver up in the affair through his son so bis hands would be tied should an in vestigation be instituted by the autho rities The...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 September 1894

Wt BBM WT NEW STYLISH GOODS AT LOW PRICES I 188 We have just got back from the East and hmve received the nicest and nobbiest line of Dress Goods GlojUninQ Shoes Etc EVER SEEN BEFORE Our Prices Are UW DjQWN and We Want To SELL YO Come and Look and you cant help but buy - idea of aliMvini a man Iwdy Into relon ami delivering to hit relatives two or time pounds ot when iu a wa led jar a few lioura afterward Vet there are few if any valid reanons that can Ihj urged against cremation All the anrumcnU are in iu favor That the living shoud not suffer Waum of the deail in a well rccog uixed maxim yet thousands of bodies are every year buried in the ground sajs the New York World there to slowly decompose and poison the earth the drinking water mid the air Cre mation is only a short cut oil the pro cess of nature which finally reduce tholMxly of man to a few poundi of ashes but in the meantime the owiy undergoes a transformation which would horrify the surviving relative if it could be expo...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 September 1894

f 1 k If The man who cannot see beyond his own vine and fig tice is a poor neighbor the man who can not see beyoud his own sordid interests in po litical matters is a poor patriot Sam Jones has been discussing mob w tliu Ian If tho COUrU Will not execute the law and mobs must hang anybody let them hang the judge and jury If all the evils in the world could be cured by law as some people sem to think there would be bm little need of the many other forces in the land whose object is to ameliorate the condition of mankind The Chinese and Japs had another engagement and the former were completely routed more than 20000 being taken prisoners and more than J 000 Chinese killed A naval en gagement occurreirAug 17tb and three big warships belonging to each Bide wero sunk with all on board Ilev Dr W T Paynter of the Kentucky Conference of the M E church will be investigated for di Bcminating false doctrine by asserting that whatever was natural was right If the doctor will reverse his statem...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 September 1894

C WMkiR Publisher lit tlAVKIMiMKK 181 LOCAL N IWS Jr T II Coitt Dentist Marion 1 1 1- Iaducah Mr was iimipcbm Very good eolho ft wtinds lor 81 ntSehwabV All hinds ol Thomas Urtw pickles in hulk nt Nixt month jailor Adams will de sert the jail rmddtmco IJnv your Crayon from II K V at fiets per lwx It in In lit tvliv ui Henry iynu 1 1 n 12 pound rn t tl wifa of Charlie IJIder n - la Sept HI a jritl Wo l has tha lurjtt hue of Drugs U- v h ftl Supplia i town Ihimtinie 14tiK jwwdor anil all joii want at Schwab II K Wuwlsaold latwr more 1 k than ad two in ttwi 1h uie he mmla tb prut U pleine lli pie ami Intend to ilo 1 It till Vir in HH1 HKI HUH IK u luar aud IJueeaewai I am u ottntM ked and will sell re- 1 1 rvhwab l 1 1 IVk will punch nt the I lurch nt thin place tba 8fth i U nt 11 oclock pi n fill w xwlne rttta nt t A iltnii twforo purohaalng I Mkl -v your Bwy and cull on 1 ii will Iwlp yon cava ii if 1 c nkI from Mm Mi- 1 hn lmb will mova to and rcutU with hur Trarw of that place arc ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 September 1894

ft t L I -1 THE INCOME TAX DEFENDED From a Speech by Franklin Mac Ycagh Democratic Candidate lor U S- Senator In Illi nois at Chicago Sep tcnihor 1 Let nic now fjcak of the income tax Taxation is a prime interest of government ami people Imt sp a prnc tiail Kcicncc it in a ery little advanc ed or understood Our tax systems are crude and di crcditahlc in practi cal device anilrcieiitific taxation i a mere rude scramble for revenue Now towards this great pietiou the mind of the Democratic party U open and towards the mind of the Kepnbiican party is clcsed The Hepublican party looks at all question of taxation from the point of view ot protection and the Democratic party alone has an open and hospitable mind to all ideas and suggestions of the science It is not hampered by clients It freely nek now ledges that it has some thin to learn Its tariff attitude is one instance of this Another instance is its income tax I do not say that this is the best conceivable tax I do not know what is ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 October 1894

iblir pr aking argra lovur Llcst U S Govt Report rowaer PURE llttiburg Ill SpU -A MJtiw tioit wu in thin city tonight when it wa nniiniiuowl that Abe litttron rmt No M of tho J A K in Alle gheny had livid n meeting tho propod lelicatiau of n Con federate monument with the Ciiifedu rate tag railed nloft nt tho next na tional oiiPtiiiipiueiit of the A 1 in luisvilln A copy of tho Vuritr lournnl ootitaiiiiug n dcteriptiou nf tho nionumeiit and pnipol dedica tion was rend ut tho meeting nml cre ated n storm of iudignatiuii fulluwod by Fpeochcs from prominent menders urging that the prt refuw to nttciHi the encampment and ue its influence to prevent tho tnemltors of the 5 A It from attumling in large utimlr It was finally decided that a commit tal he appointed to invotigato the roil planof the ex totifedorBtci hiiil if the dnlinitiou is to iKeur at the next encampment and tho Confeder ate llig i to Hunt thn veterans will rcftifo to mirth under its folds Tr to attend the encampment Montev...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 October 1894

T w R GSK grcltcd county name will abiding voking a death able KT thing Every bis a id Msa of i it revo tiai nation - justice H ARJ rurit and Irai i c nil 6U of Cciur tie demn J wT life and that head ing Belli ed mass row The 131 gets and is htgh be a The r on a for the k in tr a of Hi to Vj KWl by JiiAfcL f Vk Stewssu ISSUED WEEKLY C Walker Publisher TSAR ONE DOLLAR Tho Beny Kich nflilr U deeply ie by tlie cilueiiB of Clittuidcn It decs not add to tlu gotd of the county to elmngcra it appear that wo arc not n law pple Xn milter how provoking or t siipperating tlio conduct ol few luultea fclluw tlio shameful of IJurry liit h is totally inexcusable Human life i j tin tacrul to be thus ruthhftly taken man U entitled to mtct hi accuser faco to face in tho courts of coimtrv No man jrtts high none jink m low that lie i not entitled to a fnir hinting bcfi re a jury his peer There are times when ting in human clinics arottfc tin human 6uul to such tigtitcous indignation tliHt forbearance u...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 October 1894

C Walker ublisher TIItUsDAV 0CT0HKR4 IBfll LOCAL NEWS Hi1 moiso a ciuiniHp Iio Princeton fair this week Mr Wi Cruco Uiii Ijouwvihc Ir I II Oossilt Dentist Marion L li tlo frxt latweek nodamngc Mr II II Loving went to Hard- 111 uiida Mur i is cloning out his clothing j jiir own prices IMr li K Cook of lords Ferry L in ton n Wednesday Dynamite Matting powder ami w nil you waut nt Schwabs I liny your Crayon from II K loud at ficts per box Ileautlful lamp of nil description Thomas llroi Woods has tho largest lino of Drugi ik xilKll ouijiiiun in lunu V lluynes Jr has nil of tliu n hues mid novelties In dress Is Marshal Lojdls listing tho pro- rr of tho cltlzcus of tUu town for xjtiou Have 1000 wiiiid country lard left hi Ik kii ai iocu per kjuiiu ur i in jO pound lots Schwab M u Jay Mr nml Mrs W F Sum- inlenul Mrs Km 0 llauary 1 l t 1 I I ill i Willi me rrcjiii icriau uuuivii I place 11 K Woods made the ruling prico In Shool ll jols etc last scai on all It rs had to succoml Mr 1 C llder ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 October 1894

RBilK 9f -- 9MHkc 1HPP HBI 1 II J uai j w i 83T Olfij 1 1 a1 a it - h i H A - r X Mll i Hlim i I m A r rVZT3LJwm it ilTr i ii i niii in ii mini i jiinTjrTrgMirj t - - -- - - ju am m w - w i w vi4i7i w w y s j rTTM j t t i nr anir i vw - - Ilicy Sqy i Afcqqs Icor Piices Wc Iao 1c rtovf Piiccs oq DRY MOM CLOTHING BOOTS and SHOES Etc - 7 -- f i r r MinJi n ii rl w iilmJ r iiiika liruws to suit tllti tllllO Clotliiii0 is cheaper than ever before and our house is the LOWEST PRICE of all TV TTODGE - CO wv5 frS i WHAT WE DRANK Orcr Six BUHch Hasscs or VyWJikh test apwv 000000 AljOHtvl2VA t Ias of jkr Costiiif f Washington Sept 27 Americans urc accounted a fairly sober people in thehurly burly of nations but the figures ol the Iuternal Revenue Com missioner lor the past j ear are enough to make a temperance crank stagger without a drop of nhitkyor beer the tircacherwbo peruses them will hie him to the pulpit and tell his congre gation what a nation ot drunkards we are stupified with drink h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 October 1894

r to fe We have Dress Goods Gldttiina EVER SEEN BEFORE Our Prices Are LJ Come and Highest of all In Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report Royal J ABSOLUTELY PURE THE NEWS The Soclalil Labir puty liti nomi unto 1 n Mute ticket in Miatouti JmLW - Gaynor ha dcclimd the Dnocrnttc nomination for Judge or the Court of Appeal of New York Scualor Gorman friend ay ho in utrcnuK trom Hright diea and ha accepted hi phyiciau advice i refrain from active political work The Woman Christian Tenixr ince tnlon of Chicago liiu retained councl to Ix pn a crusade agalnM the nhilutinn of living picture and agalnt objectionable thcatricall bill board Tlwi Czar condition in m ocriout that tho end U expected in a fow weeks His ailment is now called caucer of tho kidney and pyblicru mor y lie uutilTering lrm execwivo blood letting at the hand of hi phy ician The weekly review ot trndo by tho Dunn and llrdlreet agencies show that while no rsdiral change appeared during tho pant week the indications xjint to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 October 1894

- j 1 JKfTiv ISKACK WINS ablet iu the tale were quick to de CLAIMS 3 0U0 DAMAtiES VVVVV 9a jr Vcf W rvv tcct errors in tho record and pomcnkxI VEfi3sv i 4 1 J ofnmnlo knowledge to have them f0 MIsM X rt ISSUED WEEKLY I he I litis County Man Heats corrected H SlieMon Jnnls hues Tobacco J iggKl -ft 1 X f iak Tliiiii All Collectively and Not only is Judge Grace nn excel Firms of Princeton ami re- SHl 1 Af fi I Qf C i l J WALKER iuuiisncr singly icnijuuge but he is a plenum man noma jJT V Npr - I 1 ii odd i arj Vrai 1 CVjurtt j wr a COI ll - w ONE YEAR ONE DOLLAR The nomination of Grace give en tire satisfaction over the entire dis trict It was not Yeaman nor Hilltop nor White Unit said wo ure saved by Grace lion Wm L Wilson has return ed from England and is warming up the cnuvats for congress in hu district Senator Hill will open the cam paign in Syracuse this evening and the fight in New York will be short and spirited Frankfurt has been in tho midst of a religious revival the result ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 October 1894

fy PjCttJ C Walker Publisher TIIlKSDAY OCTOHKItll 1891 LOCAL NEWS Dr T II Cossitt Dentist Marion Uuckwhcal lour nt Gophers llig front Monday night Tho sorghum mills are on duty Mrs W II Shaw in very tick fc II IM R F Hay lies bargains are great Mrs WI I lay ne is very ill Monday wain typical county cuirt day Hon John W Blue is Mill in St Louis I MM Circuit Court the second Monday in November Dr It I Moore has been mado a notary public Mr A T Tapp of Tildcu was in Marion Monday The town trustees failed to meet Tuesday night L II James was in Evansvillo yesterday Thellopklnsvlllo Fair 11th 12th and 13th Nice fresh orangeK candies ol all kinds at Cipher1 II F llayncs hns gone to St Ixniis to buy his now stock Fresh oyster nnd celery always on hind at Copiers Messrs Franks and Parker had n gotl time Monday National rolled oats f cents jier package at Gophers We are to have a few weddings soon so says madam rumor Huy your Crayon from II Iv Woods at 5cU r Ikix Mr II I Mooro is visiting Mr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 October 1894

HP rfjj Li Oi L I HOLMES IS DEAD- The Vencrahlo Poets Life Kiiilrd Yesterday At UN Town Shortly House in IIonIoii Alter Viioh liostnn O t 7 Oliver Wendell Holmes id JJ Without tho sein Mance of a struggle a pain lie pas cod away as lie lived peacefully uid beautifully The cm came at 12 10 ol kU tlii aftinnon at tlio ven ruble picis town boiiEO He wa urriundd by his chililren riul vi iblv cuifci us of their presence up to within a frw niiuirc of the ldft thoigh unable Ui feak Thin Le uln eil lii eyes wearily tid teemed to fall ctleep 11 indeed he vdid the sleep of death at which the whole world will mourn Dr Holmes came from his glimmer borne nt Beverly fjrnis ten days ago and while not quite in hi accustomed iicalth at that time did not regard himself as ill nor was he s regarded by hu children and friends For sev eral years he has liecn a sufferer from I list him anil tlie Hay alter Ms return to l tou he had a particularly severe ntuck of his malady This was the beginning of the en...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 October 1894

rx Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest US Govt Report RoYal JS3X ABSOLUTELY PURE LOUISVILLE BOARD OF TRADE Calls a ConrrHtloii of the Friends or Immigration J OUmviuK Kv8eiU 25 04 To tub Ytjovvr or Kkmtcky The Ixiuiivillfl Hoard of Trade af ter conferring with rcjirtsentativc cit liens in nearly every part of tlio Ktate hereby calls Convkxtiom or thk Fiiikniw or hi- MKlltATION To meet in the Itxtlmuge Hall of tho Hoard of Trade in the City of louit ville at 12 oclock noon Wcdnmday October 24 1894 to tlincunn consider and inaugurate plana fur calling at tention to the many advantage Ken tucky has to otrer as a place of mi ilenoe for intelligent and industrious home seeker and taking practical stejn to invito and iudura such people to come among ui and find home Kentucky has natural advantage of over mauy other Btatei and oountric Khe lie in the latitude aud haa the no climate licat adapted to the hettth and phyilcal comfort of man the doe not ulTer from the cxtrrmw of heat and o...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 October 1894

f -- iaf B11 8 Cfciirt lAi a wl ia p v vW ISSUED VEEKLY R C WJUKJUL vtnixx x Hi fai rr a raj PutakaW 9T2 941U2 wtB Vtof to 1 4 I Caa W J Htoa m awkiaf a fflif iianan ti iutriet w 1p4MaliriHtilMt a4 JWa M itiOu Ta Uptoia Iji aA li to 4b toa mf aftf aiwug f4 NMrtk ltfAM 4ttmrj ta Mjr V eaaarf aaM by Itoprwa aart f to Laitoi hsai Ta dif t4 Ahmm hat t Ibat it ill iffwl to Uaii fiaat UiUmI Tlii HojikimvilU Kuiitiickiun hnn novel into u ImnilwiiiD hriuk olliuo iitriicti l bnlnllv for liolf nml mlnjilwl lo nil the wuiiln iitvomhU nml ilmnroi of u Aral ulam kjiii Vukly nnwmiisr Tho Ivtiu tuuklan niul I In jiiiliil ulltor urn prnniliirnt nml uruful fmtiirws of Wuntiiru Kun liirky viviliiitinii Marlon folkN mo ulwityn nji mrly 1 iioiiIi to Cdlcli the train nml thny cilith I hiiI ioliU without uxnrtloii thny ciUjIi hall Vilumhln from tho pulpU t Hiiflliiiu nml culoli tho 1111 iinhii niliiiiiM etc on nhort irovocntioii hut not 11 mother koii of tlmm cmi c itch the hnrfhir who in iiniiiuroiitly ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 October 1894

0BfmiJlPmm S Vtf fbes X C Waikkk Publisher riiritsDAV ronEKi8i8ni LOCAL NEWS Dr T II Coutt Dentist Marion Dr W J DcIkhj was in Princeton UDMIIHr A F Oriflitli was in ICddyville ruvxlay I John KMcr v Ill Imilil n rtciilcncc 11 iai iinnou Dr A 8 II lloyl of Toln was i town Tuewlay Mr A Dewey is vinting friend In Princeton tlii week An Italian ImiihI mm on tlio Hlrvcts mkiK music Tiiewlay Frank CWitt ot Henderson miis u ton n the liit of thu week Mr Wetell thu linniiM maker um gono to Princeton to work Mr Duncan liven a lawyer of vanviltc wan in town Monday Itev Harlieo began a jinitrnctcil Lictuig at Sugar Jrovo church Kim- ay Kov 1 F Price left Ttiehlay to nttctid Synod at Millwood iruyton inty 1 II Morm linn puriliaMd the J WikhN utock of hmmIs from U F HuwicJ Mr John C Ilerndon candidate If r State Treasurer was in town h u -day Win A Smitli of Nebo was le- If t the Iward of jvcm ion examiner hi Unlay p i no fiil tn examine prices at M rx Orme a before purulmslng il looks D not fai...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 October 1894

rJ fc waLr i i ari J w fefc wh Cai uji i ft is jr pj T1IE GIRL IX WHITE MYSTERIOUS DtJPPEPCE Or LIZ ZIE ClARX TVEKTY YEAR3 AGO Tracer af a Llttl flllaMa Ta aa XaraVr art ni VU TW Ok TV I fcy Bnbn aa4 mr Mn lx I Amj4 la a TOIL Oni Fnlly JO years ktte jxuxed sine tie Clark as ru -with a Wtta lliKrtl from 141 in Dallas flty lilt M ccrapiefiy m If tb earth haI rsrallvwed htr en la 11 tint etn woatry tbr hi ttmr n a itno ea tliaa U ilu apjnjvw A Uit irl uA thzn hit htrrrt Uu pitas ti uyitry thxa ha Uxn aa4 ttll it e tUjoA by th mtAeiMj ilinbyiii tplrit of tb srisl Tb tjjrjil Lixzio Clark ix Vo eocsty hUtory Sbfl tm an trpfcan aad barf oca prorty ad mn7 A ard ian barf Uia ifpyAnUA aarf Ltxz Uln ambitioTM to arfrf to hr Jttls tr vt about to work in a hod hard by tb rireri trli Thrcnirh tb rvra of thlj botl rsni tlve ltct t twt3i ilanovck serf BiyUrv cncatic 10 that cftAo a ictt rtacbtrf frota Haa k into llhtfienrja crnntj wbn aiUr bsiter A onoXrj nrain iM bii if taXM vyjtWut tarti br at th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 October 1894

IIiCIicst of nil In Leavening lWcr Latest U S Govt Report A sm ABSOUTEUT PURE LINDSEY TALKS Kentuckys lirntuy Junior Sena tor Kntliiccs tho Dtiiiocrncy of Louisville On Wttlnesday evening of last week Iliitcd Slates Senator Win Linduy nl lrcxod ft big gathering of Dnrao trnts at Liuiivilto Among other things ho will Iii Semite went further am better than tlia lliuie In reducing tho ttx on woolen gods In iIum removing nit wupiiloui taxation tho Sauato bill waa jirtfrfrtibo lo tho HoiifO bil1 Ry tt i r ducllon tho Democratic party Fied the people rif tho Initsd Statt frm pning n year winch thoy hive ben p lying nnd if the Democratic party hail aocomplUh l tint1 mg clae it would yet hao c xcrved tho Inking gratitude nnd tho entire ouili loneo of the American IMVIlltf Senator Iimlxny showed how Jrntit Arthur rirfild nml various Repub lican leader had fnvorod loner taxa t ii or n tptcitM of reform high ta riff had broil hut n makeshift with the RptiMiein party until McKiuiey eamo along a...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 October 1894

Br w tiS mel Olfi I a5l DO MAI ii Irtf DvM Ci COI th wl Ciiinfl ti n fe r ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher OHKYEiK OffB DOIXAS Nothing short ot death atifie the Ohio people as a punishment for ns st ult tijwri their wive and daughters Ihus it is cterj where Mr Chitwwl has blood in hi eye Akd he vmlct into Iucle Boa Keve oimI the Democratic party- both with a gooil deal of vigor His circular e long and Kilty Extensive prcpuratiam arc being ii ile in Louisville for the lmmlgra tnn Convention The imiortance of t movement can not bo over-estimated Tn Indiam within the last 50 days factories employing 25000 hands Lave nuimed eperatiani with heavier pay Tvlla than ever before Some how the n w tarifl law lias not clogged the eai tb after all The Kentucky Masonic Grand Ixlge has determined upon the erec tion of on infirmary in connection viththe Masonic Widows and Or pans Home The infirmary h for aired and infirm Masons California has been visited by scv einl more severe earthquake shock ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 October 1894

T jj C NValkku Publisher tju usdav orroiiritsnssti LOCAL NEWS pr p H Witt DoutiM Marion tf i f Mr Sid Hcntli ol Weston was in ui Tuesday n infant ilitM of Wytt MoNeely ll 1 Sunday Mr L Weldon of Tolu wnsin nn Tuesday - it Mincemeat in hulk nt Thomas Hroc in 15rn ti the who of J II Yutidell IM JOn lino gin I i it nrM nml co Mm livings fi 1 1 I nerv gooi or Mr Iim Oiiffw or Dyciisburg Iw 1 ll low ll iiiciiiij V II Wilborn of Fords Ferry kt it4 in liwn Mon Jay IJ I Walker editor Im Bra i con I 1 1 In- room tbis week of I Jt i w lliptUt ctiiiroh at Kelsoy l halod nxt Sunday I W il v ilia pipuhr black f 1 In was in town llio flrct i I M H II Wood- of Liviugtnn - j ndiug a fow days in the iwtk M li iriMMii of tliw place n 1 a p xition on tlio st Hgis I wauU butler ngg anil all 1 1 tmiry prmliiM ami will pay i nnrUt prle 1 1 mi H ill wwh oriminy nml r of th m duli htful rh t a Tn urn Ilrw I W Living the milliner tf ivel iM new tbajief 1 11 llMlga M I F li 1 ami liU fiithor J 1 I I r Mined ...

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