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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 30 August 1900

HOW SECRECY IS OBTAINED On Objection to the Use of Wlrelcii I lleing Overcome The difficulty of sending messages by wireless telegraphy which shall toot be legible bj the whole world em to have been solved by a most Ingenious device presented by M Tommnsl to Academic tics Sciences nt their recent meeting says the Poll Mall Gazette He uses at the sending station not one but two transmitters One of these transmits the real dis patch by tho Usual code while the other sends only a series of meaning less dots and dashes produced by a mechanical process The range of this last transmitter is kept always rather less than other so that nt the receiving station only the code sig bale will be received If howcer an gaged in hatching ont a brood of their own kind they are put to the addition al and novel task of hatching fish eggs Chinese cheap labor collects the spawn of fish from the waters edge puts it in an empty eggshell which is then hermetically sealed with wax and placed under tho un sus...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 30 August 1900

JrV AMERICA AND CHINA Why Uncle Sam Will Find It Hard to Collect Indemnity Bcerctnry Evnrta Letter of December 30 18M0 to the IcklnK Govern ment Mny Prove Ituclf n IJlp lomnttc llooiuernnir Special Washington Letter Is considerable talk In the newspapers about indemnity for tho outrages which have teen committed in China ngainst for eigners temporarily resident in that empire At the department of state the of ficials express the belief that there will be neither indemnity reparation nor retribution for anything which has been done Of course these of ficials do not talk for publication be cnusc that would be contrary to the rules and precedents of the depart ment but in private conversation with personal friends they say that in demnity is practically out of the question Li Hung Chang spoke for tho im perial government when he said that the treasury of China is so depleted that no cash indemnity can be paid and that the people of China will not permit nny further concessions of ter r...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 30 August 1900

i li u Combination Prices Will be paid for two weeks IN CASH Spring Chickens 8 cents per lb Eggs 8icts perdoz Butter 15ots Dried Apples 2 c per lb Dried Peaches 2 and a half cts per lb Old Copper and brass 5 per lb Rags 20cts per 100 lbs We dont mislead you day These Prices are week We Will sell you MASONS FRUIT JARS Porcelean top Pints pur dozen 50 cts Quarts 00 gal 75 Eastern bacon 9c Lard 10 cts Cups and saucers 20cts Sot glasses 15cts Best Baking powder 4cts Peach Seed TOc a bushel Feathers 40c Wool washed 35c unwashed 20c liceswax 20c Ginsang per lb 300 Cast and wrought iron 20c per lOOlbs Stove cast 10c per 100 lbs by quoting prices for one good at all times for one Lion Coffee per pkg 12J6 cts Soda per lb fleets 14lbs Best Granulated sugar for 1 15 lbs Light C sugar for SI No 1 good coffee 7 lbs for 81 Half gal pitcher 15cts Everything else in proportion as we only sell for cash we can afford to under sell any credit prices H Schwab list CARRSVILLEv Mrs Ernest Stalions is ijn...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 September 1900

u J I i VOLUME 22 11U1IO UUL SKhe CAMPAIGN OPENS Hon Ward Headly Dicusses Political Questions the According to appointment lion Ward Headley Domooratie doct or for tho First congressioiuil lis trict addrossod tlio people of Ma rion Monday Tho court house was comfortably filled with votera and it was a representative audi once that heard and applauded the speoch Mr Headley disoussed some of tho national issues nota bly tho Philippine question im perialism trusts income tax largo ho aroused his audience wnen no tooK up staio issues to a highor pilch of intorostand enthu siasm and as ho ropoated tho events of tho Taylor administra tion in a graphic manner his au dionco responded with vigorous applause Ho said tho organiza tion of tho lawless mountain ole- mont into companios the bring ing of it to Frankfort armed and opiippod with overy weapon of carnage known to man its announcqd purpose of bulldoz ing and killing its lawless conduct in Frankfort and Taylors appro val of that conduct ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 September 1900

Vf IV I THE CRITTENDEN PRESS rUnUSHED -WEEKLY MARION t t KENTUCKY -a iy SEPTEMBER J 900 g j Sun 16 23 30 Mon JO 17 24 Tub n 18 25 Wed 12 19 26 Thur 13 20 27 Fri 14 21 28 Sal 1 8 22 I s 1Q A A WE O REM All the News of tlie Past Seven Days Condensed HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS News of tlio industrial Field Personal and Political Items Happenings at Homo and Abroad THE NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD noiinsTic The opening dny of the Grand Army of the Republic reunion in Chicago was given over to the naval veterans nnd their parade was a fine nffair In the evening1 the Iron brigade held a banquet many notable persons being present A number of business houses were wrecked and two persons fatally in jured by a tornado nt Scdalia Mo The visible supply of grain in the United States on the 27th was Wheat 490GCOCO bushels corn 7430000 bush els oats S06S00O busheh rye 734000 bushels barley 517000 bushels In an attempt to arrest Mrs C W Wright a doctor at Gillman 111 ac cused of killing a girl two men were ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 September 1900

- -3 - fyr wrp I 1 1 The London Press Considers the Con cert of the Powers in China an Accomplished Fact EXPRESSED CHINESE PUBLIC OPINION Til p London Times Dcclnrc tlint Kuiilaud Must Ilctnln Her Hold on IV kin u ml Ilefuse to Treut With the UoirnKtr Km press or Her Vnilssnrlcs London Sept 3 The London press considers the rupture of the concert in China as an accomplished fact A dispatch from Shanghnl to the Times dated August 31 says that LI Hung Cluing received on August 30 a telegram from the Chinese minister at St Petersburgh saying that Rus sia would Issue instructions without delay for her troops to leave 1ekln and return to Tien Tsln Li Hung Chang subsequently received a dis patch from the Chinese minister at Berlin saying that Germany was pre pared to co operate with Russia Chinese Public Opinion The Times correspondent ndds that Chinese public opinion freely ex pressed even by olllcinls is to the ef fect that if the reactionary leaders arc made to suffer the extreme pen al...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 September 1900

A y fbws K C WALKER OKKYVAK Publisher ONE DOLLAK Some folks nro ngninst tlio other follows frauds in olections but ho nover mentions his own George F Weaver charged with lorjury in the Cnleb Powers trinl was held over to circuit court Arthur Sowoll Bryans running umto four years ago is nt deaths dorir llo had an attack of apo plexy and can not recover Tho Stato election in Arkansas Monday resulted in a majority of 50000 fortho Democratic candi date for Governor a solid Demo cratic Legislature The campaign liar is now abroad telling about what a great crowd his side had and what a small gang the othor fellows talked to His occupation is so well understood that his work is harmless Gov Beckham had an enthusi astic reception nt Henderson Mon day and Mr Yerkes had a big crowd of his followers to welcomo him at Bowling Green Thats all there was to it and all you can make out of it The initial guns in the State campaign clearly indicate that the Republican speakers are going to talk about...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 September 1900

i H p fgfye Pee R C WALKER Publisher LOCAL AND PERSONAL Old iron nnd copper wanted at Schwabs Mrs L S LeIFel is on the sick list The demand for rosidoncos in Marion grows Miss Noll Walker returned from Eddyvillo Tuesday Camp mooting at Hurricane closed Sunday night Mr J W Wilson and wife woro in St Louis this week Dr Morris spent Sunday with friends at Uniontown Say that I am opposed to the stock law W M Clark Mr J I Clement will make a trip to Now Mexico this fall A lot of new school desks have been ordorod for the school house Rev John P Hogard moved from Eddyvillo to this county this week Mr James Fleming will move from Livingston county to Marion this week Smithland is to hnvo a bank D A Dunn will bo tho president and C 0 Lowory cashier Mr Amplias Woldon camo over from Uniontown to attond the Hurricano campmcoting Sunday Mrs Lola Hackett of Liver more is the guest of her father Rev R Y Thomas of this place John Reynolds died at his home on Hon F M Clements farm Fri day as tho re...

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

ij DAY OF BARBECUES In Ante Bellura Days Feasting Went with Spellbinding New nntl Old CmiipnlRns Compnreil A Graphic Picture of Political Actlvltlc in the Sonlh fore the War Special Nev Orleans Letter campaigns of the pres ent day are very different from those of the period ending1 with the late war between the states Dur ing the second quarter of the present century the campaigns were lively and very interesting The leaders of the political parties were not only men of vast intelligence but many of them were statesmen and orators Those were campaigns of education in the broadest sense of that much ill used term The leaders on the respective sides were not mere politicians who took no interest in affairs unless an office was within sight but they wero often men who did not want office They worked for the good of the cause Only lawyers with large practice or rich planters or men of wealth could go to congress when the pay was 0 and then S3 per day The southern members especially live...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 September 1900

I ttltoZT MAKES MIGHT That ts the Opinion f Many in Re gard to China CItl Arm Officer Explain Why He la Sure That lie Armless of the Civilized World Will Con- liuer Cliluna Million Special washlncton Lottcr WAS a marvelously giflcl HU writer who declared Hint old things have passed away ke loid allthlngsnrebecome new In tlic mutations of time the changes In our environments are wonderful and so lso are the changes In ourselves One who was blessed with the philo sophic instinct and Uic trnining of a eer and also gifted with the Inspira tion of poetry penned tho oft quoted 21nc I havo dlppe d Into the future for acliu man eyo can see Saw a vlelcn of the world and all the wonders that shall be TWhen tho war drum throbs no longer and the battle Hags are furled In the rnrllamentof Man the federation of the world But even that teer could not kiow -that nations should furl their battle flags and muffle their drums that there houd be vml rcral conferences loofc ing to the conservation of un...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 September 1900

k Nk gij i i i Jl HS T f vt s EMMAUS Aunt Kliza Kodd is soriously ill ngnin Tho trustocs have employed Miss Jcnuio Boll of Marion to teach our school Miss Uossio Fox is spending the sum mer in Cincinnati Tho Peak sawmill has susponded business Work on the Travis rcsidenco has bcensusponded John Fcun tho boss curjHintor has returned homo to recup erate The Hicks colony has retired servico and will return to Tcnnessoo when it rains The young peoplo wero royally enter tained at Sam Sholbys recontly Miss Pollie Travis is sick Ilnrry Harponding was a business caller in East Claylick Friday Joe Vick of Hampton is visiting in this section Rev Kinsolving has returned from Hopkins county and is now engaged in a series of meeting in Livingston county Will Redd has arranged with Jim I3ell to build a stock barn on the for mers farm East Claylick it is reported is to have a butcher shop WESTON- R S Crowoll has been on the sickllist for some weeks Rev Pangboru preached his last ser mon hero Sunda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 September 1900

ft W 5 1i fB ii i r UX ix V it Is te 7 - - -- VOLUME 22 - fgyjsry ffwfww MR YERKES Addressed A Large Crowd in 1 Bighams Grove Monday Mr Graham the Populist Orator Leaves no Doubt About His Po sition In the Fight Monday was eminontly Repub lican day in Marion Hon John W Yorkos tho Republican candi date for governor addressod tho people and besides Crittenden tho couutios of Livingston Caldwell Webster and Union furnished thoir quota of Republicans to hoar tho champion of their cause Mr Yorkos came in on tho 7 o clock train and a dolegation hoad od by tho Morganfield brass band mot him at tho depot and ho was token to tho residence of Sonator Deboo and from tho vorandoh ho was introduced by tho Sonator and mado a few remarks Ho said that ho was proud to stand on tho vo rondah by tho Bido of Kentuckys first Republican United Statos Sonator ho said Crittondon couiir ty Republicans desorved tho Uni ted States Senatorship and that Senator Doboo should have had it and that ho was glad that...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 September 1900

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS rUHLISHEU WEEKLT MARION A IB R ID All tho News of the Past Seven Days Condensed HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS News of tho industrial Field Personal and Political Items Happenings at Homo and Abroad THE NEWS FBOM ALL THE WORLD DOMESTIC The population of the United Statei estimated from counted census returns is 73578000 an increase since 1890 of 12955750 SIxUnlted States and five British war ships are at Bar Harbor President McKinleya visit to Canton has been delayed by Chinese affairs Police stopped an incipient race riot in New York Two patrolmen were killed and 11 se riously burned by crossing of electric wires in St Louis Enoch Moss colored was hanged at Bastrop Tex for the murder of Neal Lane white Labor day was celebrated in the largo cities throughout the country Fire wiped out the business portion of Potosi Wis Begular army and navy veterans in camp in New York elected William E Morris national commander Engineer Byan was killed and nine passengers injured in a ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 September 1900

ii fjti r f Jpy JW T c i i President McKlnlcy Accepts the Re nomination Tendered Him by the Republicans THE ISSUES OF THE DAY DISCUSSED In tha Matter of the Philippines th President Argues tlint Under the Trentr with Spain Ratified by The Senate No Legal Coarse Ilai Been Open Hxcep that Pnrsned Washington Sept 10 President William McKinley has written a let v ter accepting tho nomination of the ML Republican national convention of 1900 for president of the United States In opening he discusses the ailver question He gives quotations from tho platforms of the various parties which have nominated Will iam J Bryan for president showing that they havo not receded from the position taken in 1803 concerning sil ver and emphasizes the view that the success of those parties this year would be fraught with the same dan gers to the business interests of the country as were feared in 1890 The president dwells briefly on the prosperous condition of the people under republican administration go ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 September 1900

ONK T1AR 1 fltae R 0 WALKER - Publishtar OKX DOLLAR Tho elections in Mnino and Ver mont bring joy and comfort to the hearts of both parties Affairs are getting on n broad pacific basis when a Democrat and a Republi can can got nourishment from tho snmo election returns But whoro do tho Pops conio in Tho Republicans of tho Soeond congressional district have endors ed Win Lynch for congress Lynch was uominatod by tho Brown Democrats and is running on n platform endorsing Bryan Now if Lynch endorses Bryan nnd the llopublicans endorse Lynch dont tho Republicans endorse Bryan Tho sugar trust has raised tho price of sugar fivo times bmipo tho lirst of May Of course tliosq ore prosperous times lor tno sugar trust and it is not passing strange that the millionaires wlio linvo tneir money invested m the sugar trust are for tho party in power the party that not only pormits trusts but receives big campaign contributions from troin Messrs Wilson andOlnoy mem bers of tho Cloveland cabinet who b...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 September 1900

W - R 0 WALKER - Publisher LOCAL AND PERSONAL Four of Honry McMioans chil dren nro sick Born to the of Cliaa Davis Hopt 5 a bouncing girl Mr John Hardy of Snlom was in town yesterday Mr E R Hill was quite sicK the first of tho wook J W WaLoronor roturnod from Joplin Mr Tuesday Born to tho wife of Claronce Terry Sept 7 a fino girl Services at the O P church next Sunday and Sunday night Miss Nar Nunn of Madison yille is visiting friends in Marion Mr Geo Williams and family left Monday for Charleston Mo Mrs Martha Franks is recover ing from an nttack of typhoid fe ver Water works Thats tho public improvement that Marion needs most Dr Smith a veterinarian from Paducah thinks of locating in Marion Mr W B James and wife re turned from Illinois a few days go Mr Jesse Gray and wife of Sa lem wore guests of friends in Ma rion Sunday Mr W S Halo and three chil dren are reported sick with ty phoid fovor Schwab wants 50 lbs good but ter at 15 cents per pound Will pay in trade only Hon Ward Hoad...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 September 1900

It If ft w i i t7 L Chang Chinas GRAND OLD MAN Some of the Interesting Incidents in His Eventful Life as Told by Consul Wildman since Gen Grant pictured EVER Li Hung Chang as the Bis marck of China the western world has taken him at Gen Grants estimate In him western diplomacy hoa time after time placed re llancc in settling vexed oriental ques tions and now comes this same Earl Xi to settle the latest and greatest disturbance that China has known for centuries There have been countless reports from the cast that the foreign con suls proposed keeping the venerable Chinaman out of Peking or that they proposed holding him as a hostage ior the safety of the foreign lega tions all of which the western world ihas either disbelieved or condemned ITo the people who have viewed the Chinese situation from a great dis tance it has seemed that the salvation of the empire and the hopo of an honorable peace both for China and the allies that have Invaded her terri tory when necessity called them...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 September 1900

t it V i rt Uir rvl I - I Pm Costumers Complain of a Lack of Extravagance But the Gorgeousness of the Fall Preparations Is Startling to Those of Small Means THE women of to day dress as DO extravagantly and artistically as did those of half a century ago A fashionable Parisian costumer Bays they do not and growls harshly at what he terms this latter day econ omy To quote directly from his In terview which appeared a few days ago in a leading Parisian journal he says The woman who spends as much as 100000 francs n year on dress these days Is a rarity We do not doubt his statement in the least But why shouldnt she be NET OOWN IN 80FT BLAOK SILK- One hundred thousand francs 20000 a year just for clothes There are probably not more than a dozen wom en in France who spend that amount and I doubt if there are even that many in America though In both countries some fabulous prices are at times paid for novelties in the line of gowns and there nre of course some years when a great many wome...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 September 1900

FORDS FERRY Wo havo lots of sickness Dr C Q Moroland is giving all bis timo attend ing to calls and administering to sick Qulnn Nation is on tho sick list but is better W S Halo has boon and is still quite sick but with a faithful nureo and a good doctor wo aro glad to nuuonnco Mr Halo is on tho rapid road to recovery Mrs Galo Ford is improving Hob Williams baby is sick J nek Hughos has a Bick boy Mrs J L Uankin is going on crutches tho causo of which Is her stepping on and running a nail in her foot Miss Vick Jennings is taking music lossons Clydend John being bortooch ers All who cross on tho floating bridge at tho mouth of tho creek will ploaso keep it off tho bank Wo need more religion and loss politics more rain and less dust more work and less loafing more foncing and less talk of stock law at this place Our school began last Monday and is moving along nicoly with Poto and Georgo as toachers Lige Dick and Dad aro putlpg In some fine timber for the Paducah mar ket The Governors...

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 1900

I s iK ti Efr u VOLUME 22 rtSf I m THE STOCK LAW IN Sn numb linn bnnn nnicl for nml against the stock law timt its pro visions are a mattor of gonoral in quiry Bolow wo havo a briof syn opsis of tho moasuro Upon tho petition of 100 voters of any county or twenty voters of any magisterial or voting district filed in the county court of stioh county asking a submission ot the question whether cattlo or any species thereof shall bo pornutted in run ill large in suoli county jua number of patrons wero present at it I ti 1 uiu upuiuug uxuiuibua mm uiu uig ohapel was crowded Rev Dupuy oponed tho exorcises with prayer there was musio by the pupils Prof Evans tfiado nn appropriate flnlfcn worn mnrln liv fhn iLgirimri of tho board of trustees i y and J W Blue and tlion tho in mnn miit Tri i nniv rnuimniivii rooms and tho work of tho year bogan Officers Elected At the stated communication of Crittondon Chapter No 70 R A M last Saturday night tho fol lowing ofiicors wero oloctod for tho ensuin...

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