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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 July 1900

III CUE 111 The State Department at Washing ton at Present the Center of Interest SECRETARY HAY IS BUSILY EN6AGED Vureljrn Government Detllna to Ac cent tlie Alteffcil Conner Dlnpatch a Couclimlve anil Iteftioc to Daae Any Action on Those Prtmliei Wlthniit Corroboration Washington July 23 The state dc liurtment is the center of interest on the Chlnoee situation Secretary Hay was at his desk by 9 a in and for an hour wiii busily engaged with ft niittcr of such importance that he de clined to be interrupted by anyone About 1015 the Chinese minister ar rive and was with the secretary for ome time On the departure of the minister the secretary gave out the imperial edict of the Chinese govern ment the substance of which had pre riausly been made public A Deluge of lMipntchra The state department has received a deluge of dispatches from all quar ters of the globe relating to the Con gor message These show the attitude of lorelgn governments Without ex ception the ofticial view taken by a...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 July 1900

h D - i KENTUCKY FLASHES i i i CLAIMS SELF DEFENSE SfnrU SleveiiH Shot mill Inntmitly Kill Ifil rrt Lexington ICj An nje AVItiirim Story Lexington Ky July 21 Mnrk Sfe vens wns shot unci instantly killed by J II Luclwlir Lutlwlrr eliitnis that tho deed was done in bell defense Tho testimony of Snm Tillct and Tnmes Murphy the only eye witnesses gives the tragedy another color They sny Stevens wns ramming post holes nt the Armour 1ncklng Cos building on Hose street Iudwig wns seen to wnlk across the street and grnb Stevens by the collar nt tho same time draw ing i knife Stevens drew back his rammer ns if intending to strike but et it fall Tmlwrjr dropped the knife ew n revolver and fired The ball hit Stevens over the heart Ludwig tried to escape but was captured by William Burke Ludwig is n railroad carpenter and is a native of Btjyle county He came here about three years ago from Cin cinnati having been employed he claims on the Monon Ludwig claims that Stevens for no cause attacked h...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 July 1900

f j Put Your Finger on Your Pulse A- You feci the blood rushing along But what kind of blood That to the question Is It pure blood or impure blood If the blood is impure then you arc weak and languid your appetite is poor and your digestion is weak You can not sleep well and the morn ing finds you unprepared for the work of the dav Your cheeks arc pale and your com plexion is sallow You are troubled with pimples boils or some eruption of the skin Why not purify your blood will do it Take it a few days and then put your finger on your pulse again You can feel the difference It is stronger and your circulation better Send for our book on Impure Blood If you are bilious take Aycrs Pills They greatly aid the Sarsaparilla They cure constipation also Wrlta to our Doctor Wrtto tbem freely all the partlcvUn i xuur CJICB lOU Vll 1 prompt ruplr wtttaoot jot Aaatettviu J rClTB MM U AYEU MM j oweii uua m n mi a t mm NEW SALEM Thi uoininr wheat croji will not be as law in iieroago ns thn Inst wa...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 2 August 1900

2 y i m A t A f b VOLUME 22 OUR TRAVELERS Seeking Wealth and Health a Spring and a Gold Mine In the West Almagoudo Nuw Mnx July 22 100 f Dcau Piuesds It is by your request mid tho kindness of tho editor tlmt this letter finds its way into print Only n few dnys 1ms assed since wo said good bye and boarded the trnin at Marion depot and started in sonroh of n hotter country nnd for 185IJ miles through tho rich and fortilo valloys across tho barren plains and sandy des erts up through tho clouds and over tho mountains wo oagorly waited to roach this our future imaginary Homo tho Iniul ot licaltli whoro tho pooplo never grow wea ry and whoro tho government gives every niothois sou that comes horo 110 acres of laud with a gold inino on ono ond and a big spring on tho other Wo entered tho groat State of Texas at Toxarkana and for a dis tance of moro than SOO miles on a direct lino wo viowod tho ditloront lauds of tho lono star Stato Somo of the black lands aro as fertile as any in tho worl...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 2 August 1900

rv v- THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Sun in 9 3 26 rUIlLISIIKD WEEKLY MARION Hon 13 20 27 Tua J4 2J 28 Wed 8 J5 22 29 MIMIWIMIf1l KENTUCKY pAtMAtovMvMevM8ie AUGUST J900 Thur 16 23 30 315 Frl 10 17 24 31 jfcfc Sat i 4fc 11 18 25 91 A WEEKS mm All the News of the Past Seven Days Condensed HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS Jfews of tho industrial Field Personal and Political Items Happenings at Home and Abroad THE SEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD DOMESTIC President McKinley has promised Emperor Kuan Hsu to offer mediation to preserve the Chinese empire on con dition all foreigners in Peking are first Tticued Great Britain it is said agrees with the United States to pre serve China Minister Wu is now working through the Peking govern ment for the transfer of all foreigners in Peking to Tientsin Joseph Mullen was electrocuted in the state prison at Sing Sing for the murder of his wife on June 4 1808 Perry S Heath has resigned as first assistant postmaster general to take ffect July 31 Elijah Clark a negro who assault...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 2 August 1900

r i 1 IT f f I - V IIIII Mil 0 So Says a Tien Tsin Dispatch of tho I 22dForwardedby Way Vjf of Shanghai THE CHINESE WERE LED INTO A TRAP A Thonaaatl of Them Were Killed oa the Night of 10 Aflif Which tho Bonihartlcient of the Legations waai Continued Hon Fiercely Tien Tain July 22 via Shanghai July 30 Tho latest advice from Fekln under date of July IB say that the legations are holding out The Chinese attacked tho legation on tho night of July 10 but were led into1 a trap by the Americana and British and 1000 of them were killed After wards they continued bombarding the legations more fiercely Among tho Chinese killed was Gen Ma The legations were subsequently at tacked with constantly increasing fury Theso advices were brought from Pckin by a courier coimononATivK dispatch A Letter From the German Secretary of Legation at Pckln Berlin July 30 Tho German con sul at Tien Tsin has telegraphed un der date of Saturday July 28 to the foreign oflico as follows The German secretary of lega...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 2 August 1900

r u f ISSUED WEEKLY It C WALKER - Publisher ONKYVAB ONK DOLLAR Tho peoplo of Marion nro spen ding a good doal of monoy on tlio streets just now nndit is boingox ponded for tho right purposo im proving tho stroots It is proba bly being oxpondod ns economical ly as such sums for public purpos es aro usually expended but many well posted mon aro of tho opin ion that moro satisfactory results can bo obtained in this clmractor of street improvement if a con tract wero mado for several Hund red yards of macadamizing They hold that it could bo dono cheaper under tho contract system and a better grade of work secured and tho bonofit of good streets had nt once instead of prolonging the work ovor sovoral years y This is a piestion that tho city pouncil should give tho closest attention 1 f money can bo saved and bettor streets secured by expending 5 XX in one season under the con tract system than by pieco meal work it would not bo an unwise thing for tho peoplo to bond them selves and borro...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 2 August 1900

I Jy P It 0 WALKER - Publisher LOGAL AND PERSONAL Dr Dixons family ia visiting Toln Inquire about Kkoltons premi um good Ross Duvnll has moved from Snlom to Mnrion Plonso call and sottlo that sub scription you owe us This week finds old Crittenden with lots of guests Mr Jns T Glonn of Dyeusburg paid us a call Thursday Skelton sells 14 lbs very boBt granulated sugar for SI John Moore has added u new typewriter to his law ollico Miss Ethel Leibor of Hondor son is the guest of friends in Ma rion Chirk Kovil received 1100 bn shals of wheat at their mill Satur day The circuit clorks of tho First district held a meeting in Paducah Tuesday The Smithlaud Fire Clay mines says tho Banner will bo reopened this wook On 29th mnrringo liconso was is sued to John T Butler and Mag gie A Lomon Mrs Annie Krnusso and daugh ters of St Louis are guosts of re latives in Mnriou Mr Willio Law of Indianapo lis was tho guest of Ed MoFoo Saturday and Sunday Tho Union county teachers in stitute is in session n...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 2 August 1900

Ml HHB II Fearful Results of the Rioting on the Streets of New Orleans CHARLES KILLED BUT AT FEARFUL COST lilt Attempted Arrest Hal Cent Twelre LI and the Wounding of Twenty Eight 1erson and the Inflamed Mob I a to All Appearance Still llarjgrr for Hlood New Orleans July 27 Twelve pcr Hons killed including one woman and 23 wounded including a woman and a girl some so seriously that death is possible is the casualty list of the troubles in New Orleans which began with the attempt of Policeman Day and Lamb to arrest the negroes Charles and Pierce After a desperate battle lasting for hours in which he succeeded in killing Sergeants Gabriel Porteus Andy Van Kurcm keeper of the police jail and Alfred J Bloomfleld a young boy and futnlly wounding Corporal John P Lolly John Jianoille ex Policeman Frank II Evans and A S Leclerc one of the leading confectioners of the city and more or leas seriously wound ing secral other persons Charles was smoked out of his hiding place in the heart of the...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 2 August 1900

VA n ft t V h PATRIARCHAL LIFE IN BRAZIL ermnnklonr 1 Which Condition Are Primitive and PIllF Elj lnn Jjetwrs recenuy written irom tne ftlllnuinnll rUctrJot In MiliiTifwrn Tlr nM where there ore about 50000 German Bottlers describe life there as absolute ly patriarchal reports the New York Bun There is practically no crime in the community Everybody is work ing hard to develop the natural wealth of tie country and the immlgmnts are both well to do and virtuous Thus frr they have got along very well with out gas electricity or telephones They receive the news of the world only in foreign papers they are rarely visited by outsiders and have absolute faith in one another There is only one prison in the CIGAR STUBS OF CRIMINALS Tkcjr Have a Generic Blmllnrltr of Value a Clews to the De tective According to Prof Hans Gross of Berlin valuable clews t6ward the de tection of criminals may be obtained through an examination of cigar tips Of course this apjilies to those who smoke cigars the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 2 August 1900

DYCUSBUR6 Robert llughuy of Hughey Ky was in town Saturday Miss Ialecn Graves is visiting friends inJKuttawa this week S R Cassidy of Paducah was in town one day Inst week W B Charles and wife were visiting in the country Sunday V 1 Groves and family were tho guests of Eugene llrown Sunday Tho temperance lecture at the M E Church last Friday night was attended by a largo crowd Dr Jim Graves little son anddaught or and Miss Hattio Yatos went to Eddy villo ouo day last week P K Cooksoy and family S II Cas sidy S L Yancy and J II Clifton went to Paducah Sunday J T Glenn and wifo wora visiting thoir son Carl T Glenn Sunday Ho has been very sick but is ablo to bo up at this writing CARRSVILLE Wheat is goiug at Wets Wheat threshing is about over G W Rose was in Paducah last week Downing the tio man was with us last week Miss Mamio Yates is visiting relatives in the country this week Prof M C Wright went to Tolu Tuesday to draw up tho school contract Hev Likens lectured to a large and ienc...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 August 1900

In 2 Kt to r M a j Ji treatod fo VOLUME 22 KILLED BY COW BOYS Claud Wheeler Shot and Club bed to his Death at the Depot Friday Night WILD WESTERS ARRESTED The Tragedy of a Show Day in Marion Other Belligerent Incidents Tho pooplo of Mnrion hoard thn dischnrgo of tiro nrmsso constant ly last Friday thnt a volley at tho depot about 12 oclock attracted no particular attention yet this dis ehnrgo of arms mount tho deatli of ono of our citizens Tho Wild West show lind a big crowd thnt ilny nnd up to nightfall mnttors Imd inovod nlong fnirly woll fornn ocension of thnt kind At tho night performance thoro was somo littlo friction betweon tho show and other pnrtios Lntor in tho night two young men Lon Ageo nnd Will Ward enme up town nnd thoy woro bndly bruised nnd bent on nbout tho hend nnd fnco nnd woro blooding profusely They reported thnt while nonr the mill this sido of tho show ground thoy lind boon nttnckod by n pnrty of show nttnohes nnd knocked down without nny provocntion on their ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 August 1900

r - THE ORITTENDENPRESS ronnsiicp weekly MARION t t KENTUCKY A WEEKS RECORD All the News of the Past Seven Days Condensed HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS flows of tbo industrial Field Personal and Political Items Happenings at Homo and Abroad THE NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD DOMESTIC Otto Pennington killed his young wife and himself nt Ownssa In No cause was known for the deed Caleb Towers accused of the mur der of William Goebcl took the stand in his own behnlf in the trial at Georgetown Ky Carrie M Anderson and John II Cummings a blind couple were mar ried nt Fort Atkinson Wis nfter a courtship of 20 years Angry citizens rnzed and burned the church of a strunge sect at Shoal Creek X C Secretary Root ordered two more batteries of the Seventh artillery to China Zion Elders McChirkln and Fish er of Chicago were mobbed by in furiated citizens in Mansfield 0 and given a coat of blue paint from head to foot The United States training ship Hartford left Charleston navy yard for Southampton England The...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 August 1900

51 W 1 Bloody Battle with Chinese Re ported to Have Occurred Sunday Morning ALLIES LOSTOVERLTWELyr HUNDRED The Allien Casunlilrn Were Monti Among the Ilasulnn mill Jupnnria Contingents Unttln Ground iva nt Ielt Hnnir Some IllHiance From Tien Tsin Washington Aug 0 Interest In the Chinese situation has been intensified by the receipt of two dispatches from nnvnl olllcers nt Che Foo repenting un official but iipparently reliable reports of active and extensive hostilities be tween the allied forces and the Chi nese on the line between Tien Tsin and lekin The dispatches Indicate unmis takably that the relief column lias started in earnest and that it is meet ing with determined opposition An AHHiiniptlou Although neither of the naval dis patches mention the presence of American troops in the reported en gagement It is generally assumed ut the war department that at least n part of tJen Chaffees small army was on hand and took an active and ag gressive part in the nffair The dispatches a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 August 1900

iK L t ONKYIAK IPbttSS ISSUED WEEKLY It C WALKER Publisher ONE DOLLAR Wo do not boliovo thoro is any dniiKor of mob violonco in this community but the report hns gone out thnt thoro is If thoro wore not other good and vnlid rcn sons this roport nlono should cnuso tho pooplo of Marion nud Crittonden county to bo on thoir good behavior toduy and during tho trial of tho moil in custody charged with complicity in tho un fortunate ailair of Friday night Such reports whothor well found ed or not injure tho good namo and tho standing of tho communi ty abrond and tho most otreotual way to neutralize tho effects of these reports is to demonstrate our respect for the law Wo havo bright prospects just now tho near future appears ladoned with a ma terial prosperity that wo havo hardly dared todronm of Capital is turning tins way and tho most prompt and effective moans of heading it oft would bo on exhibi tion of disregard and contempt for law and order os is always shown in mon nolence Hut this...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 August 1900

Sip 3fee R C WALKEK Publisher LOCAL AND PERSONAL Schwab ib now receiving old i ron rngs and bonos Mr Kit Kondall of Livingston Oonnty was in town last weok Tho littlo child of Frank Jacobs nenr Tolu is dangorously ill Mr Clint W Bryan has moved from tho country to Marion A nine year old daughter of Mr Tom Lynn died last Friday Mrs U F Copoland of Carters villa 111 is the guest of frionds in Marion OttoCruce will begin school in his home district near Ilillsvillo Monday Miss Rosa Kevil was the guest of Miss Poarl Mills at Madison- villo last week John A Mooro and sister Miss Nettie attended tho Hopkins county fair last week Mr Everett Woods of Chicago 111 was visiting frionds in Marion tho first of tho weok Ira Piorco and Jimmy Mann of this place were in attendance nt tho Madisonville fair last week Mr Edgar James the popular mail ngont on tho O V was in town a short time Mondoy Prof Chas Evans is holding the Hopkins county teachers in Btituto at Madisonville this week Jim Travis for...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 August 1900

TlIIiY AIL EAT KICK Everything in China Depends on the Price of Tuis Cereal Cm tic Method of Ircpnrndun Iloir lie Grain I Ailulternteil by Dtslioncaf Dealer Annual Consumption Special ninghuR China Letter V T1I1J cereals in China rice is far in the lead in importance over all but the northern prov inces The price of lubor and of nearly everything else depends largely upon the price of this great staple When the crop is short there is a famine when there Is a famine there is often a re bellion more or less formidable So important is this that even the corrupt got eminent understands the necessity of having government warehouses in which to store grain in order to pre vent the rich dealers from running up the price in times of scarcity Several times recently the Hinghua prefect las attempted to regulate the price of xice by proclamation though with FIRST CLEANING OP RICE oor success Like the prudent house wife who knows her lord will be tract able when he is well fed so the Chinese ma...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 August 1900

i I 1 rt u v i T r B ii JFOR POOR CHILDREN Fresh Air Sanitariums Provided for Their1 Special Benefit Cliicnpo Lend the World In This ltrnuch uf Irnctlcnl Ic UflTort How the Kctrenta Arc ainnnceil Special Chicago Letter rOTHIXG shows more conclusive ly tliat humanity Is reaching a higher level than the increased facilities provided for the care of the children of the very poor of our cities Development in the knowledge of son 1 itary principles shows how extreme poverty and the illness which naturally accompanies it cause a dwarfing of the sensibilities indifference to appear ances and tendency to crime The fu ture of the little citizens reared in filthy surroundings aifects the welfare of the general community and the work of bettering the condition of poor children is one in which all should be interested Babies stomachs more delicate than those of their elders and the close air filled with impure odors in many city tenements are respon sible for much of the illness found among the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 August 1900

N t 1 NEW SALEM Mrs Martha Hrouster and Hufus Threlkeld Mrs Samuol Wolfordaro all on the sick Hat Mrs Mary Goorgo and children of Hurricane nro tho guests of relatives in this section Rev Lowcy of tho C P church near Cnrrevillo camo up and conducted tho funoral services of Mrs Conyors Joseph Parker and wifo of Livingston nro visltinR thoir nophow Ruffus Threl keld E L Franklin and wifo of tho Salom Hotel wcro tho guests of frionds in this section Sunday Will Lowory has purchased ono half of tho Watson Lands Mill Miss Emma Harponding spent part of Inst week with friends at Lola Dr Willio Davis of Lola spent a few days last week with frionds in this sec tion Wo still have hopes of hayipg a rail road to Marion in the noar ftUuro Men in position to know say itla inerply a matter of timo until it will bo buIlL Tio hauling is all tho go in this section there being eleven wagons hauling ties from this neighborhood Hunk liakor will soon commence tho erection of a new rosidenco on his farm o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 16 August 1900

L ia m t I V mm VOLUME 22 Ma 9JStii i ffl THE COW BOYS ACQUITTED Of The Murder of Claud Wheeler At The Examining Trial Last Saturday ATTENDED BY LARGE CROWDS The Evidence Introduced Fails To Iden tify The Assassin Eli McGregor M Heffnor and Claude Morton wore nrrostod in Princeton and brought here Sun day morning charged with the murder of Claude Wheeler an ac count of which was published in the Press last wook These men were conneotod with Buckskin Bills Wild West show which ex hibited hero August 8 Thoy were throe of n company of fifteen or twenty cow boys or rough ridess and woro with the show on the many men there I could not say whether these prisonors fired a shot at Claud Wheeler or not Mr Bnrchs Testimony I livo iirthotown of Marion was at the depot on the night Claud Wheolor was killed I saw the shooting I could not say who was shot could not tell how many wore taking part in the shooting there woro sovor al tlioro who had on whito hats I did not see Claud Whoelor and did n...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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