- G.L. Scott qualified as guardian for Edith Scott.
- W.H. Mayes qualified as administrator of the estate of Mariah H. Smith, deceased, and qualified as guardian for Nellie and Sallie Smith.
- J. A. Clark allowed $2.25 for repairing bridge.
- J.W. Todd qualified as administrator of Lucy Todd, dec'd.
- The will of A. A. Crider was ordered to record. According to provisions of the will Mrs. Laura Crider qualified as executrix, without bond.
- E.L. Nunn was appointed curator of the will of Timothy Taylor, dec'd.
The following claims were allowed:
- R.W. Threlkeld and T. A. Harpending for blasting rock out public road, $14.
- J.A. Guess, plow and team on road, $6.75.
- J.B. Carter, plow and team on road, $6.
- J. B. Carter, plow and team on road, $6.
- F.J. Imboden, pauper claims, $20.
- The following road overseers were appointed: Lee L. Burklow, Nelson Dalton.
Marriages licenses have been issued to J. Ambrose Wheeler and Alice Williamson; Elliott Jones and R. A. Davis; M. C. Howard and Laura Robeson; J.C. Shaw and Amanda Holoman; Patrick Woodsides and Ada B. Corley.
The Nov. 26, 1891 Crittenden Press had these items of interest.
- Mr. Sam W. Paris, a teacher of this county, received notice of his appointment as a railway mail clerk, and orders to report at Louisville at once. He gave up his school and left to begin work in his new office.
- Rich Edmundson who was arrested in this county for selling liquor without license plead guilty at the Federal court in Paducah and was fine $100 and sent to jail for two months.
- H.R. Stembridge has a notice posted on the bulletin board at the court house to the effect that his wife has left his home without cause and his consent.
The Reaper, Death.
- Mr. Isaac Sisco, a venerable old citizen of this county, died at his home a few miles northwest of Marion on Saturday, Nov. 21. Mr. Sisco was one of the old landmarks, an industrious, honest, peaceble citizen; he leaves a large family.
- Grant Spurr, a young man who lived with his father, Isaac Spurr, east of Marion, died Saturday.