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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 16 August 1900

i i t THE CRITTENDEN PRESS J2 19 IUIILISIIiU WEEKIT MARIOX WK M CM JTA JiTA Jffi Tfr 8 Sun 4 I I 4 3 26 Mon 13 20 27 Tub 14 21 Wed 8 15 22 KENTUCKY W8MMfrfrtt AUGUST 1900 Tkirr 16 23 28 2 30 I Fri 10 17 24 3J - - S I Sat 11 18 25 I A I I f A II RECORD All the News of the Past Seven Days Condensed HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS 2Jcws of tho industrial Field Personal and Political Items Happenings at Home and Abroad HIE SEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD noncsTic The transport Logan arrived at San Francisco crowded with refugees from China Andrew White ambassador to Ger many says Germanj and Uussin are likely to unite in a war against China In a railway wreck at Aurich Ark five persons were killed and two others fatally injured The visible supply of grain in the United States on the Gth was Wheat 47594000 bushels corn 12320000 bushels oats 5555000 bushels rye 620000 bushels barley 392000 bush els Gov Gen Wood decided to recog nize either ciil of ecclesiastical mar riages in Cuba N E Backenstoss reached ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 16 August 1900

b fn S i Ready to Negotiate Through Li Hung Chang for Restoration of Peaceful Relations CHINA MUST MEET CERTAIN CONDITIONS X Sufficient Body of the neltef Force Mnat lie 1crmltteil to ISnter Ie kln Unmolested to ISacort the Iort licii Mlnlatera nnd Ilealdonta Uuuk to Tien Tain Washington Aug 13 The depart ment of stute has mndc public the re ply of the United States government to Minister Wus communication de livered Sundny morning notifying the department of the appointment of Earl Il Hung Chang as envoy pleni potentiary to negotiate with the powers This reply was sent to Minis ter Wu tit live oclock Sunday after Uoon nnd is aR follows Touching the Imperial edict of Au gust 8th appointing Li Hung Chang envoy plenipotentiary to conduct ne gotiations on the part of China with the powers and the request for a ces sation of hostilities pending negotia tions presented to Mr Adee by Min ister Wu on the 12th of August 1900 The government of the United States learned with satisfaction of 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. — 16 August 1900

V i Mk It 0 WALKER ONKTXAB ISSUED WEEKLY Publisher OKX DOLLAS C P Huntington tho railroad magnet is dead groat Cliairinan Marion Butlor lias announced that ho is for lirynn but not for Stevenson Gov Beckham is a good deal oldor than David was when tho lattor was anointed by tho old prophet Ex Unitod States Senator John lngalls is vory ill in Now Mexico Ho has a trout disease that may prove fatal Tho national party an oil shoot from tho gold democrats has defi nitely decided to nominate a third ticket for suckers to voto for Only 400000 of tho roward inonoy otiored by tho legislature for tho conviction of tho Goebol murderers has so far been spent Wo aro anxiously wntchihg to see if Hon W J Stone will ten der his services as a campaign speaker to the Democratic com mittee Tho failuro of ox Gov Bradley to go to Georgotown to testify af ter having boon summoned by the dofenso is significant He evi dently knew nothing to tho advan tage of Mr Powers or he would have been there There prom...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 16 August 1900

K QHp Pe K C WALKER Publishor LOCAL AND PERSONAL The peach crop is now being harvested Tin fruit cans quarts 50 cents per dozon Tom Wilborn is clorking in KoltinBkys grocery Schwab is now receiving old i ron rags and bones Eastern meat 9cts country mont lOots at Schwabs Mr Rothchild of Louisville spont Sunday with Mr A ZiiT Mrs Louis Clifton is visiting relatives at Paducah this week Wo are now roady to receive old rron and bones Schwab The macadamizing of Bellvillo street will bo completed this week Remember the entertainment at OpornHoll Thursday evening Au gust lGth h Mrs Perry and Bon of Paducah are visiting friends in Marion for a fow days For first class fruit jars go to tho Boston grocery The prices will suit you Manager Wilson informs us that ho has one hundrod guosts at Crit tenden Springs Roservod seats on sale at Hoynes drug store for tho entertainment Thursday evening Dont fail to soo those Rough Riders Lady smith and Law ton hats at Mrs Ronoys Mrs Bottio Lemon and child...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 16 August 1900

BRYANS PLAIN TALK Discusses Paramount Questions of the Democratic Platform EVILS OF REPUBLICAN POLICIES Blight of he People In United States anil Acquired Territories Dnn ircrs of Imperialism mid Mili tarism The True Itcnublic In response to the tender of the nom ination for the presidency by the noti fication committee of the democracy at Indianapolis Wednesday August 8 MlHIam J Bryan said I Mr Chairman and Members of the Notl Bcatlon Committee I shall at an early day and In a more formal manner accept Jthe nomination which you tender and I at that time discuss the various ques thall covered by the democratic platform Qt may not be out of place however to Bubmlt a few observations at this time upon the general character of tho contest before us and upon tho question which is declared to be of paramount Importance In this campaign j When I say that the contest of 1900 Is a contest between democracy on the one hand nd plutocracy on the other I do not mean jto say that all our opponen...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 16 August 1900

R r r Life at NOME CITY ALASKA A Big Town Where Eating Is Indeed a Luxury fOMK CITY is destined to go down In history ns the most wonder ful of the many mushroom towns which at various times ha sprung up over night In the mining districts of sparsely settled countries Absolutely unknown wo years ngo lo cated In n region shunned by all save a few Ksqulmau traders it is to day the Mecca tf a vast multitude of gold hunters who were drawn to Its In hospitable shores by wild reports of auriferous wealth that could be picked up on the streets by anyone willing to stoop long enough to transfer it to his pockets Just one year ngo the first announce ment of Nomes alleged golden sands reached the press of the United States Xuggets as large ns hens cggsit wa said were found by the score and n number of men who had reached the foggy Alaska cape In June returned to San Fraliclsco h the fall bringing with r One of the arches is tobe placed at Van Uuren street and Michigan av enue the other nt Par...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 16 August 1900

GLADSTONE Tho public school convenes nt tins placo noxt Monday Mr P E Davis will liavo chargo of the youngsters Our post ofllco now has two mails a day by the morning and evening trains This much noedcd improvement in our mail sorvico is due to tho energy of post master Hinchoy Mrs Russolls floworgarden is a thing of beauty and elicits universal admira tion especially from passongers on the passing traius Wo havo a grist mill here which steams up regularly every Saturday but all tho same we havo to visit either Marion or Blackford whenever the moal barrel is empty Great praise is due our road overseer and his hands for tho good job of work done on the Hoods creek hill They hnve certaiulv brought order out of chaos 1 learn that Col Posoy contemplates reopening his valuable coal mino at this place It is said tho locomotive engi neers pronounco this tho tluest steaming coal on the entiro lino of road and the whole output of tho mine would be ta ken by traius of tho I C This mine would ...

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 August 1900

I ta 1 VOLUME 22 h mlivwlH9V m PREWITT COOK DEAD Mr Prowitt Cook died nt his liomo in tho Hobron neighborhood Tuosdny nflor nn illness of a fow dnys of congestion of tho stom ach Tho intormont took place nt tho now cotnetory ntthis plnco yos torday nnd n lnrgo crowd of rola tivos and frioiuls from his homo neighborhood ns well as of Mari on gnthorod nt tho bountiful com otory to pay tho lust and tribute of respect to tho decensod Mr Prowitt Cook wns tho oldest son of Mr nnd Mrs H M Cook of this plnco For a number of years ho wns cohnectod with tho railway mail service for tho pnst few yenrs ho hns had ohnrgo of tho Uook fnnn on tho Ohio river Less tlmn n yonr neo ho was mar ried to Miss Annie Alvis and thoy lived happily togother until tho droad niossonger enmo Mr Cook was an aflablo goninl gontloman lionost and honornblo ho hnd inn ny wnrm friends New Hotel Messrs J H Morse nnd A J Pickens hnvo purohnsed the J N Woods cornor south of tho court houso nnd will oroct a largo hotol bui...

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 August 1900

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS runnaiiED -weekly MARION t 2 KENTUCKY AM 1HND All the News of the Vast Seven Days Condensed HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS News of tho industrial Field Personal and Political Items Happenings at Homo and Abroad THE NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD noMUvnc The visible supply of grain in the United States on the 13th was Wheat 4SB1S000 bushels corn 11 3510CO bushels oats 5869000 bushels rye G2300O bushels barley 350000 bushels The Klondike gold output this year will amount to 20000000 against 15 000000 last year Homer and Walter rtittle and Will Lanier were killed at Monroe Prairie Miss in a street fight lack lletts a negro was lynched at Corinth Miss for assaulting a ten-year-old white girl The bank at Kingfisher Pol closed its doors with liablHties of 01000 51000 William I Tnttle killed his wife and himself near Chariton la Domestic trouble was the cause A train went through a bridge near Mound City 111 and Nim Whalen a brakeman was killed and three other men were fatally injure...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 23 August 1900

KJgffPW VFnmfWWt r 7 1 in i iitiy j a Li i It Has Been a Source of Annoyance to the Russian Embassy at Washington AN EFFORT TO PRODUCE PREJUDICE The Subject ot theAHegcdIntervITr Mrs Anna Drew Wife of Sir Hob art Harts Chief Secretary Utter ly nepndlatcs anil Refutes the Published Statements Washington Aug 20 Tho diplo mats connected with the Russian em bassy have been annoyed by constant reports attributing atrocities to tho Russian troops in China Ono of the most notables instances was an alleged intenlew with Mrs Anna Drew wifo of Mr E 13 Drew the chief secretary of Sir Robert liart As a refutation of the sentiments put in her mouth Mrs Drew has addressed the follow ing letter from Chicugo under date of August 14 to tho Russian ambassa dor After the usual opening phrases he says Mrs Dreira Letter We have been living at Tien Tsln the past year and I returned from there only last week Our steamer was besieged with newspaper report ers upon our arrival at San Francis co ami although...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 23 August 1900

1 i s WK K C WALKER QNXTKAR Publisher OHK DOUAK Ollio JaniOB hns boon selected to opon tho campaign in Hopkins county in n speech nt Mndison villo Sept 1 Hopkins is n largo county but sho is not ns big ns this ono sponkor from Crittomlen When that oxtrn session of tho legislature convouos on tho 28th lot it got down to business without n moments dolny Promptness is nlways commondablo nnd in this matter on this occasion it will bo doubly so Tho old war horse T 1J Doma rae sooms to liuvo beon turned down in tho Prohibition State convention at Louisville Mr Deuuireo has to a very largo ex tent beon tho Prohibition party in Kentucky tor tho past twenty years Neither tho hotwoathor nor tho drouth nor politics nor wars nor principalities nor kingdoms can impede the steady march of tho mining industries in old Critten den Tho mark has boon sot high and we are going steadily towards it Tho Populists in their convon tiou at Paducah last week ro nomiuntod our old friend Bonj Keys for Congross...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 23 August 1900

L - rlIWWTw03lrr OPy pfectf 11 C WALKER Publisher LOCAL AND PERSONAL Dr Morris will bontSnlein next wool Kov Foolo at the Oporn Housa the ioih Tho 13oston grocery is still in tho lend A dnughtorof Sntn Cruco col died Tliursdny Tho Hoods crook school opened Monday laBt K M Allon will opon school at Jacksons Monday Tho public school per capita for tliis year is 2 lf Mr E E Squire wont to St Louis yesterday Schwab is now receiving old i ron rugs and bones Wo have both an association and n camp meeting this week Miss Inn Woods is assisting her father in the county clerk s olhce Mrs Ronoy has just received the new fall hats Call and see them Dr R L Moore will shortly bo gin the erection of his residonco in Marion For first class fruit jars go to the Boston grocery Tho prices will suit you Keep right on macadamizing tho streets Thats tho thing to d with tho nionov Mr and Scott Daniel wore the guests of Mr L W Cruco and family last weok Snvo your peach seed will pay yon 30c in cash until O...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 23 August 1900

iT 1 Ittltll tJllllltll I i pluck By Laura Richards a ---- Front the Youth Companion Hi printed by special leruilnlou - TES salil the ironmaster first JL honesty and then pluck those are ine things needful Speak ing of pluck He stopped to answer the summons of the telephone said Vcs and No by turns for five minutes and then resumed Speaking of pluck as you were do ing just now reminds me of a story tho beginning and end of which is that one word We settled ourselves in our chairs We were sitting in the ofllce of the iron works and the air was full of tho sound of great hammers crashing and pounding of the sharp hiss of molten metal and the clear ring of smitten steel I was sitting hero in this very chnir the ironmaster began one day about seven years ago or maybe eight Time goes so fast I hardly try to keep count of it in these days At nuy rate here I was sitting reading the newspaper when there came a knock at the door Come in I said and in walked a stranger He was a young man abou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 23 August 1900

Krr w i ft iM i in INDIAN MIND CUffcES They Do Not Essentially Differ from Our Own Methods Mnnr Meiltclne Men Combine the Vie of Vegetable Tlncturci with Snescitlve Trentment A Notnblc Ilenlcr Special Cahullla Cat Letter is medlcfne anyway The WHAT has no use for the homeopath or the osteopath or hydropatb and each one looks with suspicion upon the methods of the other And yet there are followers of each system and people who have the greatest faith in all Mrs Eddy for mulates her Christian science theo ries and she and her followers build marble churches and Mark Twain and other philosophers preachers and teachers sneer and scoff and ridicule both theories and followers We have faith cures aud mind cures and every other kind of cure and who shall say that there is no good in all of these methods Hence when the white man sneers at the Indians modes of practicing med icine he is merely adding another sneer to those already piled up against him self The Indian uses faith and mind drug...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 23 August 1900

5 3 y 3 t u J j Combination Prices Will be paid for two weeks IN CASH Spring Chickens 8 cents por lb ICggs 8licts jHinloz Iluttor iruts Plied Apples SUe per II Dried Peached nnd a half cts per lb 1ench Seed TOc n bushel Feathers 10c Wool washed 2Cc unwashed 20c lieeswax 21c Old iron 20c per lOOlbs These prices are good for two weeks from Jdate We Will sell you - I Jest iuolns es 25 cts Set Kinoes Ifiets Set goblets 20c ts Cups nnd aueers SOots Plates 2Cts MASONS KUUITTAUS Porcelean top Pints per doen f0 cts Qunrts W Jgal 7i Eastern bacon e Lard 10 cts Pest fruit jar rubbers 5 cts n doz Ji bov matches 5cts Soda per lb cts Pepier best quality 15 cts Htt Halting powder lets Lion Cotree per pkg 12l cts rtrn good green coffee 8 lbs for 8100 Water Uuekets 10 cents Uroonis 15 and 20 cts 1 bnrs good laundry soap 5 cts Irish jKitatoes 25 cts ier bushel Onions CO4 TIN BUCKETS lgal 10 cts C gnl f Oil cans Gnlvnnized 20 cts Oil cans 5 gal 75 cts 7 boes axle grease 25 cts 2 boxes of lyo 15 cts P...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 30 August 1900

I s t s VOLUME 22 mm Dedication sSfe BABTIST ASSOCIATION A Large Attendance and Interest ing Meeting Last Week The Ohio River Association convonod nt Coldwoll Springs on Wednesday and all of the tliirty fivo churches were represented with onoor two exceptions Tho old officers woro ro olocfed Goo N McGrovv moderator nnd Kov f S Miller clork Kov J S Henry preached tho introductory sormon His text was from Acts 20 5 It is moro blessed to give than to recoivo Tho proochor made four divis ions of his subjoct First nioro blessings coino from giving than receiving because we incur obliga tions in receiving while in giving wo disolmrgo obligations Second giving is moro lasting and moro elevating than receiving Wo ro mombor tho good things wo hovo done tho gifts wo havo mode when wo forgot tho things wo ro coivo Third recoiving without giving tends to contract all tho bottor qualities of our nnturo whilo giving expands thorn Fourth receiving without giving brings neither honor to God nor man...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 30 August 1900

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS rCnUSHEP TTEEKIT MAUION i i KENTUOKY Onlera have been issued divert ing all transports now en route with troops for China from Xnpnsnld to Manila About four thousand troops will be affected During the lost year 2400 duels were fought in Italy and 4S0 deaths resulted Most of these combats were between army oflieers and were based on the most trivial pretexts Press dispatches describe Count Von Waldcrsees trip south en route to China ns a triumphnl procession with enthusiastic ovation the like of which had not been seen since 1870 71 At Ithaca N Y on the 21st Miss Jluth Mary White daughter of An drew Dickson White ambassador to Germany was married to ltcwln Sid ney Ferry formerly of Mt Vernon N Y King Oscar of Sweden has formally agreed to act as arbitrator of the claims for compensation for losses Bustained by British and German sub jects and American citizens in the Samoan riots Great Britain has paid 60000 marks as damages to the owners of the Ger man bark Hans...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 30 August 1900

wwm - hie m m Two Men Killed Three Men and One Woman Wounded and the Lattcrs House Burned THREE MORE DEATHS LIKELY TO FOLLOW The Trailed drew Out of Itcnlstance to Arrest by Mrs Dr O W WrlKht Clinrircd Tilth the Murder of the Duiitflitcr of n CltUen of Leonard 111 Iij Criminal Practice Gllrann III Aug 27 Two men killed threo wounded two of them perhaps fatally one woman wounded and her residence burned are the re sults of an nll nlght battle between u mob and Mrs Dr C W Wright who was licensed of the murder of Bessie Salter the 10-year-old daughter of a citiezn of Oilman The Dead John Myers laborer employed by Mrs Dr Wright Michnel ityiui citizen serving us deputy constable Intnllr Wounded Lawrence Ilytin brother of the dead man wounded in abdomen George Wllloughby citizen shot through left lung Mrs Dr C W Wright shot through right shoulder bullet taking down ward course Seriously Wounded Peter Lauer member of citizens at tacking party shot through stomach About ten o clock Sunday e...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 30 August 1900

fy R 0 WALKER - Publisher DNXTXAR OITX OOUAB Como out nnd honr Ward ley Mondny Ward is n warm nioinbor whon it cotnos to cam pnign work Now lot tho Louisvillo Dispatch repent its editorials of two years no on tho Goebel bill and explain whilo tho legislature is iu session Gov Bockhams message to tho logislaturo is a timoly tivo paper and his statement of tho situation is covers tho matter exactly Tho Democrats will opon tho campaign in tho Stnto with speak ing in every county next Monday Tho welkin will ring with Demo cratic doctrino from the Big Bandy to AUIIs 1oint Now lot us have an absolutely fair and non partisan oloctiou law and it might be added that a little moro of these qualities in the vo ter would hoip tho thing along too Tho records show that during Gov Bradleys torm of otlico ho grautod pardons to 225 persons who had taken human hfo and it is stated that over 800 homicides occurred in Kentucky during that period Tuosdays Times had half a col umn interview with Ollio Ja...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 30 August 1900

1JM9 K 0 WALKER Publisher LOCAL AND PERSONAL J M McChosnoy was horo Mon day Six now rosiriencos aro going up in iMariou Old iron and Schwabs copper wanted at Another year ought to find us with wator uorks Born to tho wifo of Ohas Lamb Thursday a fine boy Miss Ada Robinson will teach in Livingston county this year Rev Ford fillod his appoiutmont at tho Christian church Sun day Quarterly meeting at the M E church South Saturday and Sun day Mr Garrett of Now York is here investigating tho mineral prospects Lena Travis daughter of John Warren Travis has typhoid fever but she is improving With big springs all around Ma rion it ought not to bo oxponsivo to put in water works Only about 80 gallons of loor aro sold in Marion daily Some public days it runs to 30 Soo tho lnrgo ad of tho R R Photo car in this issuo then call lit tho car and inspect llioir work Rob Williams tho barber thinks Dr Rays osteopathic troatment has benefitted him Ho has rheu matism You can got bargains in bicycles of ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
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