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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 December 1890

J uy si jv - R r p i 1 K i i CONDENSED A Onllrrtlon of lliUTi tliiu mil Wutl Kiimw lolly the ltitftr IlMaili iimntiy to Invar It Miss Ameli Fonrtti pt an ol the poor NEWS k4iii on Vurl rirpttrei for Cornell uulti nltr Itliikrw N Y cctJ M0br4UnM II Knrmitlmr it inlllioiutliv touher mm Liuit uf Ni Yiirk V W Afttor Iwwi Uvtin li Nrw York the imii erf tins mml Milti i ta ittfl utriicl urv on tlm uWr It will livulix ll Moriii ilh mul will nt IIIVH Tlio IlttshtrrK IYixIcm lourunl njipriv aw of m unnuitl AiwrUiM ttuvtlni in lliat rilv mih un to tmil thr AtinrcliWtt t let Hkmii blow ll l lioir In illpimtlou nn they rKtiiulile on nn uixloiml Wl of tnrth It wont hurt tin- Dm wlfu of Mala Honntor Miilf of Ohio I0 pnl lintof tl NMlnnril Mirt WlLiilllltIU Mi nuiriil M IsHUt il nil Hiicnl to tin women of tlm stntu for nlt In miirlt fntuli fur the cnrtioii of n inomuiKiit totlitS unit Iter of our iliTt juwlilent A iictv oil IWM lmi Kvti iikihiI tu iir Kititiick W Vn Tlie llimyer A11Iuk 1mi fin lit...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 December 1890

i -T ft IV - IE i U il r CONDENSED NEW A fnUrtlnn of lnt4Trtliij nii on Vari ant ut4mtt KMxliUlr litnrJ fur thp Haul llwriw Cornell unhi ndty ltluirn N V cct tJOIOJiywJUnf l li Fniritliw n iiilllioiuiliv Isnthor iiwrriiniit itf Nih York W V Wir lm Wvun In New York the Imtloti ij Uic 11111 iiiioi Wei Ktrnrtun on Urn ulolnv H will IjvuIik lvti Morics lilnh mid will irt M urjl Tim IlttAtnrrK TtMcm Jourtinl nppnv Urn of mi Htinuvl AiuinJiUt tim tin hi lint city hii i H ut xj t trmt tin AnnrcliMtt i to lot Uimii Uo T t liojr in Ilpiiatlon nii1 If tliey rtiiniMe im nn m uiluinil bit nf truth It miut hurl the Mmiitiy tolnwir It llv wlfo of Mnt Scrmtur Mn of Ohio ko uvi lent of tlio NntlnnHl Miri w wlihmtoii Miiiiortil nMntlin lm Ivoiol nil Hfiixvil to tli Women nf tfn stntv iir niillti MKiirlnc fur tlio crtioii of n iikOtiiiiiKtit tilth iiMitlMrof our ilrit intwlilcnt A new ol fU lJ m Iwti o mhiJ tieur Ketiturk V Vn Tin luriDora Alllaiio Imw d linl anlikl tl Ixxluc iKiiwft i hxtliHi lull A...

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 December 1890

J It 3 II in of rcci I lani c Itu 1 i To Ic tr lie III A VCI da I hoti ol lu 1150 Ithol hoti Parti H 1 tlic follmtiii TT Ba FV1 H H tti WH i Ii tn nt ill wilWbnbrllJn8fiBJ lixb my lotlci it iiihv be fl ti ni vb I may be exnctpl to know h mm tiling of lv utility In thn Hillol 1vsN Irf Jilm IL Irm tor tlip aroiiiilinlicl Chief if tin intluiml Suriy if tho Sute wnt mo to Wee tii Km iiigkn rnil a careful itiul jtyMwintiromr Mv iifilit counttM of Mwl ml rittemlcn A jnoil rt gT the trt WMr NlatH - hut lit wire HMit in fiell worl there Mid i iimiji the refi n ircciiteil iiimiial iel iliflieuhuK it li iv be iinie1 without limell fear ufruli lu tKili thnt tin Mirtuli f thr iti Jin recemsl n inir thrru li itmtiiMthm 11 lU l ftCiTJ 1 1 nlv for puhlicAtioii nl uiU p iniu he IiiikU ot the nut i ii ii i n ivtii its lie w through uit the w rk fi the ititutiortnl Con c itmn uhuh it ii elami in hi- entile utteni n Thin un ot l Jtflny in ihe publmtiun of tie full report rankre it dcnirnblo tint it le...

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 December 1890

JfJ V AM hi a y e f7 to tut 5 r 7Jf fr i n r - f I m i h 1 in- ft hi C UK if fXABMTflELI mV TOPIOQ SURE TO AWAKE AQRICUL Opinion EitreuoI the pi rye an Bunflc millet be use must U of one I heads moat scC tyi r i cnoppea jyo not mate o r siw - - too mnoh aaf bulonm tft fnwlMj i M tor on Ih ilnriin f lutha Antumn AMUJv rroronU Man from - Notwitlistanellug tbHJ lumau in mio spring aiu i Ihcro U a great dlfforencoV r - c i - s n it r j f v Wet weather and this JoS may produce colds and snvi the alert or you ton 4f May hteics of Clifteli i fvv V o d fnla fcUiginyer ot w 41 VT1LL a Beasor of Johnson Cn ek vfelia Wetrich of Sorui propenci In a verj critical unit tbJC v recovery T Tr j TWiers are wuiu J Yn siigiji i jsi Mit Diana Hayiur of Airline IruKla Rf Klchli ruin Mfill In IOVI In J hoed crop wheromanuro waa lnlrr the last fall or winter m co u1Ii that manured tait Wherever drotiKht rrevalL IS The tlitnl Ing especially with conrso origlnatcx attlxi uro often docs more liarmi c jiivi nM...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 December 1890

Xmas All cloaki jicki t mid wraps of ny kind nt cost it A WolfT For fresh Oyterj go to llibba k Gilbert Clotbiu selliiiB at cot for next iOdiyi nt Ill Wood Crider V Cnder keep first class liardwnro for little inonry htovcel btnvcf Stoves Low prices ttidrrl Crider Hlunknts haws eloais heavy lioot and shoes nt cost at WolfTs lltfjjs are as ood js gild briiiK them in vhilo the prion is liiuh I II Wood Djiii liil toceeonr ktuve before buying Onilor Irtder The Xpl atoJmra HuuflAl s IJg stock of now clothing clioop lirjpcMot WuliT tend Djui forget X Sisco when you want groceJlcs tinware and YounR man ifyou wsja pold or silver watch now isflo timo and Freemans is tho placo to buy it Nice country sorghum lOo per gal Ion by tho barrel Doc per gallon IMl Woods Oh thocandys tho cands the Cutidys and so chinp too nt Uilbcrt For tho bfit candies sud tho lr cost uttsortniciu of tho lim tila rhw ing ruu in Mrma at SiicoV A IVtinll raior is tho bott on rrOi gild Mtd gnnrantccd by Cri dor Cridor lUv...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 December 1890

fWjri f ir r -I I te tu w t St wV 1 L Jttr bcTnopulaton and orepivt tlw thing thxA v h z OTrf rh P tn t filP r o y n jo oiatK fnim X lay Mr ln atoci liunr ou Chi luive qnHe i loi i in 1 leu in nt w iic5fl ivnil tO I tat A atrisyV - TJP A vfln harwPlHJCRv r fj i Keieo LylCvflnE fiiotipah rvi llo CJlOtT i I n ITMOH CONGRESS Km VBsia fi llai UEnWElKLY SM 1 1 1 v i n I vlich Publisher iilviig t the PitL1 to be wceV to ilaco bcloro its n facta cjncoinitig the resources oi Crittenden ltMuch liia brcn laid ami ut the coal the lend the lioar the building stone tot ml tlio clavs of tho llnforo a largo per cent of ro on tins fiijcct has been s o a speculative nature cpologift hoa recently if us pmiib mnrituil sttoti tkc letter wo publish tlut authoritative source ta Inn spent considerable county and his letter tiff altera thorough nll mnjocstiiaably carry Ih it Ilcetinda high in tftelbn Ii 1ST and 1n1 urjcriutcndent of the Mines of Boulder county i T Art- This is a numerous icalth be mMwWn an...

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 January 1891

4ns wvutiilvinlM my v- U PthNSYLVAftSA 4 Miihu In ll A ilrgtlvHlMk llrrfcil 1 111 tntfrilfil ViiTsiu mi It Ji A Htiirm of tin ilry now utrui k Uil dtv nt 0 Vck niirwliy v inj ami m inntltiuiil vitimiil nivn Hi 110H1 KiiUv tin m mpi hIkmI lilrp In In- o fli Mi w lnr mul IliHitii lmlvTuj in ritlnliiitK mil AllritiT w nluitMt liiilivrtli TrMii fmin lliwiilli mul i ml am invirnl Imili Ut A llrnvy mi ii fall tn riMrtil In lb Aflntliny 111 untnitiK Irani from lk W mul 11 1 tli lire nl wit tint Tin w itluT U 1111W with fmlltit tlll In Ut4mIih Vallv V IIKIWHIKHR P 1V ST -Snow mii full ir n iBWlmylit mil at ti u 1riiUv ttMHtuiin u tlll m zinit lniili vith mow drift of twu ur t r i f t tn the tnt llw Kftrt 1 1 riuIvMj1 mill lifi rmn won tin ni ii to Pin d trnflle wm UwkfJ on nil Ii1ik TniM n all im rmlrwvU m iitiUynl wid ImdiWM wm jo iu tl Ciii njjwndl tbnmghoot this Motion AT LOUI5VILUC HIm I i 8ni lnirarllr l Iiim rf III I IU 111- I i imiuj 1W 27 - alwt Mid tior took IlHM tiAioii of Ixiilnv...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 1 January 1891

B h U hi m3jMommmmmmmiiiSiMimm years good work Tho Constitutional Convention will convene Monday to resume its labors It will probably not com plete it3 task before April 1 The quickest way of doing a thing is int always the best If when completed the new constitution proves to be the article the exegences of the time demands tho six months will have been well spent If tho result of tho convention is not satisfactory ll ivillJa ulnntp nt timn tn frl and abuse the men who ara patient ly if not speedily weaving a con stitution paragraph by paragraph section by section Some years ago Prof Phillips of Missouri wrote an article for the Press in which he commented very favorably upon the fruit growing virtues of Crittenden county Prof Ulnch also called special attention to our advantages in this respect It would be voll to heed tho opinion of these scientific as well as practi cal men on this Point Tho agricul turist is not growing rich by spen ding his time in tho tobacco patch in iuct t...

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 January 1891

I Mr rrvnMFa Mil MinimKs I Dmblo width plaid dtcss flannels rtilucid lrojnJJctoj25c at WoHTa MtMoa and ohiMroi head wear hnliprico Ilouorton Ivolsi y Heavy In t tntist Iks sold oomo muck ikI K i bargain P It Wood WoremtHiuul wintor mills at i r font kM than former price at VolfT Dr Wonvor the anly graduate id l nistry in Critoriden county umI gutirs nteoB hi work first clans K you want goods low down lor iah call on 1rcts Woud ntCrnyrio vif Mens lntiit half pi ice llowcrtmi Kilt ey A hi lintjoi love suits uowerton v Kclnoy j st rrdnood price Howrtiti Kely ulwiHern you fouds m lowest n Wood effr coiumnes to do first cinl work ut reasonable Drew goods in plain strips bro caded mid pluid it flrotitly reduced pricoa at Wolu7 Lidios cloaks at 2i Mr rent oiT IlONHrtOil Kebjey Calico IJe pr yard warranted not to lode Sen 1 1 owe ton Koltcy Fine box tod boots 00 Ilowerton KeUey All ivwl 10 1 o lb wMtg bUtiKeWi Sl i pr pftlr lUiverion KeUoy Cull o iibVa A tfilbirt for gro roriem thy luiu i n...

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 January 1891

I X T bJa f V I r t r ill ill p nMSlS m jmmmmmwsmmm EXTUAQD NARY Fn ihE reimiB nf IIsEian and SnrraDndind Ilaantrv Haying inst fuiiicd tHkiiM DRV Christmas is at hand and merchant has been jji liu his friends and customers children a little 2 Cent Present I am willing to show the peo ple of this and adjoining count ics that I will give them so MUCH MORE GOODS for so little money until Chri that they will be able to buy their Groceries and Provisions and have more than enough left to buy their children and their neighbors children and their friends children a 10 Cent Present and have money enough left to buy more groceries after the holidays Hhrc are -some STARTLERS Ortnulatad Bugar I34 Hit l0 JfawNawOrUansOpai 100 CglTae ii Ilia bad HeUlbi 8 coed Broeai a Lara Hanjo Soap 5 liara Baujo Suae i liuiea Malcbea 4 boxes Tacka ialla anr sup CouUlrt Iard rill sen you lor per Hi Xw Miirsliamaic iOo In 10 Ins 100 OI as 10 1 n Mliul 1oader aud Iuad SU per cent cbaaper llian any una tinne CoMet...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 January 1891

L - OLUMEXI CONDENSED MEWS A dill Hon of Iiiliiratlntj Kama ihi oiu J jV livUiail fur tbo IUMj Unultr A fntnrnhla report has lvn mnilonn tin MlltolncnNilHi iwkki 1 o the widow of ten Cubr llrili li tnehtauioi are nfirr to try iiitnlu for w Aiueirtcwu cup Jnin A ihirnciii Ji tond tii f tha hitai pn lilHit wasinnrrtod to Mlaa Helen well Uuhtr iJ John Notmll tli piMbb iU of tj J suom and tteblKi Nialliom tttiirnwt In ChieniM Tue aday rijaiitlij Viiaun larflelaJ U a litnyot N ll Prim lotidiMtur on I utiti t Vania rt Itnji llfVwt a tiekri Mnirdat talml nt Siliu rllc In IK01 IU III pi WJ It 1 liiilm I1U1 of rnrly Inilmtvlina The heah if he miner hatti lnrt coieml fitira tlHiklwft of the Uhlj li ami Ilki Hlmrro mine at Wlllmbirro where the ejploaion viiinwl tn Man h Itoprtton Ibm ittrl t ram IM K 1 111 to tint n rv Voting Mrlik ti iiui m milua bindinj to ro t t v i rrut Htniaiu kbonk hands with mnroih tu iutup tt hlaNew ora niiin M nil rbil A fninlmu of CMcM adl brUio mitt t t tlw eottaUtl...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 January 1891

I r f i X Wi Jf h I Ft iy In a speech in tho Senate Tues diy Senator Teller of Colorado siid the poojlo wero voting with ttie Democratic party because of the bungling way the Republicans hud of managing fiuancial ufftirs Tel lor is one of the few froo coinage Republicans TJiq northern gun clubs and the Southern gun clubs aro arangingfor a gnnd championship at live birds to take place in February The boys had a little contest at live birds somo twenty year ago but this one is of a different naturo and will help tn effaco tho unpleasant remember uncofof that Stale SEiHl Fund a The following is the total amount paid from tho State Treasury for sup port of common schools for the year ending July 11801 To tho counties 1333880 00 To tho cities 23S179 04 81072000 54 In addition to this Ihoro is paid to tho A M College f 30000 Hon Cassius il Clay Jr the 131ucgra9s candidato for governor is making his candidacy known to the people Tlicfight for the nom ination will narrow down to Brown and C...

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 January 1891

Tlf1IMMWlfliiIHWMlWlWlff i IV i M a- i AP 1 LOCAL BREVITIES iM Tito jail ih empty Itn ox ehenlTliokcii County court tjoxt Mondjy llouo lor rent eue Schwab ilio rwdt arc godd for tho sea- son A K46d furm for ttlc or trado at Schwabs Wnrren Mooro loft lor Florida Monday John Concert of hob hug been granted ii potion Gull nud got a pood op nt cost at 0 K Rkliluolb loll fillings II and upward t Dr Woiiveri II -Ht bron dotnogtlcftj mid i it Mrs WoWt Tim Acnttany to getting long tplcndidly New Ytur her and ao is Ilnyt ami dont yon tarvo W R UibtM hs purchased tho Hr A Bt gocery V Tram of Saliin has boon g d a prnnton 8 A Aduns will begin n rr jtoielodon the lWili r yanr produot 1 will pay the iiihttt market pnoc in cadi II you want ocite tc Schwab ho litu a ear load of iced onta tho boat The oariwujere oxpaot to wind up thtir work on tin bark liuiMinir this wook A hay and proijwrou ow Ytsrtoall Buy yoar groceries of Hays J Dr Wonvar makes and toon a Ml upar ml lowor et of tooth far f 16 T...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 January 1891

if g id m V 111 fc v- r mh added to their wreath in glory One more night ol Buffering passed and this was tulfilled I olten thought that between her and bcr husband thcrwas more than an ordinary at tachment he giving himself up al most entirely to nursing and caring for her While she appreciated every kindness performed by him Two hearts were bound together by the chords of love but death has served them for a time One o earths furicst flowers has been bro ken from tho parent stein but God has transplanted it wharc it will who sleep in Joeus will God bring with him To the kind frienda who waited on her sho expressed much gratitude and they will surely re ceive there reward Fare well until wo meet in glory S EG Thompson Oliitunry Died Oct 28 1880 at tho reeidecu ofllcv VV R Gibbs Marion Ky Littlo Bcrnio son of Hubert and Ena Gibbs aged 10 mos and 8 dayr Although everything that loving The Master whilo on earth said these sorrowing hearts to a home be yond the stars At the beautiful g...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 January 1891

I 11 VOLUME XI Till STORM KING titirepe NuHcm iko Neicrciil Nlrui l tho Century London Jin Oit ia now tho seventh week oi tho prevalcneo oi front throughout tho United King- 1 1 A 1 I ftl Jllll AH r 111111 MIUI IIU Slllb ut uuuvviuillfc V tho severity of tho weather From John OGroats llouso to LindV Knd ilio country is wrapped in enow and camlfl and streams arc ico hound Kvonn number ol tidal riv ors nro frozen fast For duration of tho lrost pciiod this is tho greatest winter of tho century aud in point ofsovcrity tho winters of 181H and 1814 alone exceeded it Midland newspapers declare that thousands of portons in that region nro in condition of acnu starvation many laborers hems couipulsjrily idle without fires or food Mayor of cities with tho aid of local hoards redirecting an organized iltstnbu tioa of coal and brcadand aro ing relief kitchons still theso fail to reach a host ol cases of distress Numerous Instances occur of coro ners inquests on tho bodies o pco plo found dcai i...

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 January 1891

M JHW -- aaaaaaaaaV uaa T aa m ii ljniini i air iili iti - ---- - 4IWt aa aaw - VlFrV TV - - MaSMiSWlWMIijn - - - - aaaaVtlaaaV T I WKT The CrittBnden Press ThoKM8MiswitureinctTuc8 aaav LLw fiipfnihTrwti Hi KM R C Publisher m v y h km ilLi v- M A- Mr Charles J OMally has taken chargo of the editorial columns ol the Union Local As an editorial X Wo arc authorized to announce g CLAUK to represent tenucn ana Livingston counties in tic next General Assembly of Ken tucky Kuliject to the srtien sf the lJetnocratic party How II NliiurtH In onswerinR tho chargo that the farmers are not recognized sufficient ly in bestowal of offices the Hickman Courier say fair review of tho facts will show tin- truth or filmtj the jiifttlcn or Injun tiee of hiipIi nchnrKe In the earn since the w ir Fulton nil Hickman counties lmf hal thlrlccn representatives incin r f the lower house ten of whom were fanners two lawyers anil one phv riAn The record shows that nearly ft the reprofentatUcs clcctcO from jiiuo...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 January 1891

I BftJV 4 A W7 l J lllfll BREVITIES llouao for rout boo Schwab Uo carolul with tho children yeo S 1 ItotlgiS mil in this paper A gioil farm for sale or trado nt i ii- i illO lalUl mail lurrieiauiu iiutiug n tough time Dont send nvay Irom homo for job pnntinj J GnlYAml got a pood cjp at cost at 0 K laliUclls S I HoiIko him cnlnnjcil liis vinB bo us to hold moro good lold filluigJfll nnd upward at 1 WrV ll c brown domestic M mid 5J at Mr Wolflc V lifcoplflfr ha purchased a re cideno in Marion Otlio Williams returned from Mis noun lust week Fcbrubniy Dolmator for silo at Waikoid book utoru Tho daily CouncrJournul for eao at Walkers book toro New Year here and so is llajv and dont ypistunc A complete Undo ior SWcUi at Walkers book note For your produce 1 will pay the highest market pnco in culi 11 you waut oats see Schwab he has a car load of seed o itt the best licturo books and story books for the children at Walkers book ct re M 11 N WoU tr returned homo Saturday from Klitwbcthtown H...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 January 1891

BE f it I Hf f El V r rr I ft FARM FIELD GARDEN SUBJECTS OF IMPORTANCE TO AMER ICAN AGRICULTURISTS InnotrRtlntii on Old Time Methods of mttrnlng Hnlne Iroparatorjr to Cm trrlliix Them Into Pork and RaeoB Tmtlog for Lean Mrat Alwut the closo of tho year many ho ro Wiled with perhaps a steer to fill ho moat barrels for tho next period Iitico it Is not out of place to mention pume of tho recent innovations on the nl 1 time methods of fattening the ani malt and especially hogs preparatory to converting them into pork nnd bacon An long aa corn ia grown in tills coun try with Its largo proportion of fodder to add to its value it will continue to 1 used as tho principal diet for fatton inR nil classes of stock and Itia perhaps iv cheap as any other kind of food pro i pork of a firmer texture and of In ter iulity than many other foods lined for fattening hile however it is desirable to so i nro as fireat weight as possible nhd no tho pork of ns Cno quality as can ecured experiments mado for...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 January 1891

Tlinyrr VneattM tun Jnlcriia torlal Ihiilr ol cbrasliit Lincoln Nnh Jim 11 At last NcbrasKa hos but ono Governor and that is James K Boyd tho first Djinocrit who has over hold the reins ot Government in tho State Tho triumph of Boyd was through hi i firmness Tho Board of Public Lands ajid Public Buildings which hivo tho control of tho ofllocs in tho State House requested Thayer to vacuto on Friday last Boyd has insisted that a dumund bo made that Thayer should leave ond today thobjard did as requested and wero astonished to seo the ex Goveruor comply with tho demand hut under protest Tho great ecul and other paraphernalia of tho gubernatorial ofiico were turned over 1 1 Boyd and on I for tho first timo ho really be came UoYCnor Both Democrats and Republicans aro jubilant but tho Allianco pecplo still rofmo to 3ais Bjj d j VOLUME Xi SILVER WINS FREE COINAGE BILL PASSED BY THE SENATE Ilttigton Inn 1 1 1 Ins was j en at uiy lor tlio iroo comsgo people Aclttin toiircis arrangements thn ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 January 1891

Pi V -ft r r e- I Or U VOL m at wazsass E v E ft ff W 5 fc M mt f -I - R j S tlm tucky L6 to tirely to ted puts of iit wi i von not ume 7 class i of that Tho bill rate u oi to is v to i 111 II C4IH a - ed SfM ol - is ed the to gjtb Iftnn of itis L S- ker in ed i it tho - the the im - SIP- imjMmfmmammmmmmsfisSSk Ttie Crittenden Press JSbUKDWKKKlY C Walker Publisher Wo nro authorised to unnouncc 0 ULA11K to represent Crit tenden and Livingston counties in next Genornl Assembly of Ken subject to the action of the Democratic party The Indian war 18 over and Mr should be put to work and made earn his own bread He is entirely too unpatriotic and unreliable continue drawing a pension Governor Hills point to the Ini States Senate it is siid docs to to rest his aspirations for tho Presidency Tho feeling of the country towards a highly respected gentleman named G rover Cleveland New York will go a long ways towards putting a quietus on Senator Hills aspirations for tho next few years Banks co...

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