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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 October 1900

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS PUlIItSIIUD AVISUKLY MATJIOV t I KENTUCKY All SR ID All tbo News of tho Past Seven Days Condensed H05IE AND FOREIGN ITEMS News of tho Industrial Field Personal and Political Items Happenings at Homo and Abroad THE raWS FROJI ALL THE WORLD DOMESTIC The visible supply of grain in the United States on the 15th was WTieat 50978000 bushels corn 0829000 bushels oats 12335000 bushels rye 086000 bushels barley 2348000 bush els There is no concealment by the au thorities in Washington of their ear nest desire that pence negotiations between the powers and China be in stituted at once Only such action the officials believe can prevent fresh outbreaks which may further embar rass the government in attempting to bring about a prompt solution of the entire question without affecting the administrative and territorial entity of China A checker match of 40 games be tween Charles Barker of Boston and Richard Jordan of Edinburgh Scot land for the worlds championship began in Bos...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 October 1900

s A 3 n The Aged Ohio Statesman Did Not Long Survive His Belov ed Helpmate SUMMONS ANSWERED AT THE CAPITAL tVhlIe Not Unexpected the An nouncenient Shocked the FveaU dent nnd Former Offiotnl Col leagues Exceptional Honors to be paid to Ilia Memory Washington Oct 22 lion John Ehermau former representative in the house for a long term a member of tho senate nnd twice holding cab inet positions died at his residence In this city at 645 a m in the seventy-eighth year of his age His death had been expected for somo ioys and loving friends gave him their unremitting care and attention -to the end Tho immediate cause of death was described as brain exhaus tion incident to extreme weakness duo to old ago and to several at tacks of sickness from which he had suffered for the past year and a half Uncnnsclona Since Saturday Since Saturday afternoon Mr Sher man had been most of the timo un- conscioui rallying partially at inter vals when slight nourishment was igiven him Sunday afternoon evi de...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 October 1900

fc R 0 WALKER ONKYKAB FOR CONGRESS Wo nro authorized to announce HON BEN 0 KEYS ns tho nominee of nil persons opposed to ring rulo in politics nnd dishonest elec turn laws for Congress in the First Con gressional Distirct of Kentucky tion Nov Gth 1900 gooil reading to tho tax payer I n a spoech at Loxington ex governor Bradley vehoniontly do nios that anybody told him of tho plan to put Mr Goobol out of the way Wo aro somewhat inclined to boliovo tho ox govornor but it occurs to us that ho got a long way from tho witnoss stand to make his statement It is a good thing for tho county to be out of dobt it would like wise bo a good thing for tho na tion to bo out of dobt but imperi alism means increasing war debts and this pleases tho national banks ami nntional bankers whoso exist ence and prosperity depend upon tho nations debt From tho proceedings of the liseal court wo loam that R C Walkor has been recommended for appointment as a member of tho county board of health We hope tho sta...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 October 1900

V v ly P K 0 WALKEK - Lubliahor LOCAL AND PERSONAL Tho Mngnot laundry is tho best Dr T A Frazor was in Black ford Monday Vornon Matlock wna in Padu cnh Thursday Mr Isaao Butlor of Salom was in town Tuosdny Mr Lutz of Mndisonvillo Bnont bunday in Marion iMommn iarriB ol aalom was in tho oity Sunday Born to tho wifo of W P Cri dor Mondny n fino boy I want your chickens gooso and turkoys will pay casu Schwab J P Loyd returned Thursday from a trip to Missouri Miss Fannie Gray spent Satur day and Sunday in Marion Quarterly mooting at tho Meth odist ohurch Sunday and Mon day Window and door frames mado to order at Boston Walkers Mr Wm Padon of Carrsvillo neighborhood was in town Tues day Miss Agnos Cruco of Hillsvillo is tho guest of Mr W A Adams family Now goods all round cheap for sh Woods Fowlor cash tio to Upora Hall and hoar tho returnB from Btato and national election Mrs J E Dean was tho guest of Mrs A D McFoo sovoral days last wook Miss Ida Hill returned Thurs day from tho country...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 October 1900

f 1 A Strike on Ship Board By George II Coomcr H I IS seldom that a whaler lias a IT better crew than had the ship An ilrotuache during n voyage that I onee made iu Iter The greater jiart of her liands were young men with high and just appreciations in the btihiness they had adopted Our boat steerers were line capable fellows and ns to our three mates they were men who went about their duties in a sturdy sensible manner without abusing those under them Hut there was one serious draw back to our content Our captain be sides being a harsh man was so ex tremely close listed as to begrudge us every mouthful of provision that we consumed Interested In the ves sel as a part owner he nppeared to think that we were really doing IK in mi Injury by eating at all so that whenever a new barrel of beef was broken out as the term is wu were sure to hear a iolent outburst from him about our wastefulness Nevertheless in the earlier part of the voyage we fared tolerably well in spite of his faiilt n...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 October 1900

THE BARGE OFFICE Place Where Immigrants Must An swer Many Questions Hot All Who Come to Our Shore Are ermltteil o Lnnil Work of the Cnniiiilnaloiier of Im mlurntlon Special New Tork Letter Tr JltKAT crowd Jr pushing agnins has been stret of people Is the rope that etched alone the outer eise of the walk In front of the barge ollice on the Mattery Men and women are struggling with one an other in their endeavor to get to the front Four policemen parade up and down the lino swinging little canes in a aln attempt to keep order From the door of the building a stream of Immigrants is pouring KtsiS8sE n IY1 fill i i - JOT GREETING HIS SON WITH A KISS There are men clad in clothing made of queer cloth and cut in quaint shapes There are women mostly without head covering dressed in the pictur esque costumes of the far away coun tries Some are leading by thv hands little children attired in miniature imi tation of old women and old men nnd others carry in their arms big bundles of shawls nnd...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 October 1900

A New Grocery Mr R C Haynes has brought on an excellent selection of Fancy and Staple Groceries and invites you to call and see him He has the Famous White star Coffee Woirord T N jdg oloo prct J 2 oo Wilson C E shll oloo prct a 2 oo WoodB d co elkrd drdrsoo251 2o Whito D M rockind rd JI 00 Woods D co elk in rd case 7 70 samo rov stamps on bonds 1 10 Yates J It pjnnd t on rd 2 d H oo Yntos It II lumbr for rond lo 114 Ynndoll T J p nnd t on x 1 d 1 Go Yonkoy O p p nnd t on r 4d 0 oo Yates BLp nnd t on r oto lo 75 t Cash paid for Produce Fine Candies and Fruits All of the best brands of Canned Goods ONE DOOR BELOW PIERCES HARDWARE STORE FINANCIAL STATEMENT Of Crittenden County Continued From First Page Tony w T lumbar for rd li lo Trnvis Al p nnd t on r 2 d li oo Throlkold ITlieiut t on r -Id 5 oo Towory G E p nnd t on r f d 7 5o Tlirolkeltl Jus lmnbor nnd p nnd t on rd 1 day 2 oo Terry J T p nnd t on r 2 d i oo Tlinrp J B work on rond 2 oo Tynor w C right wny for rd 5o oo Todd w E Es...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 1 November 1900

J b VOLUME 22 THE LATE HURRICANE W R Cruco Tells of the Gal veston Horror and Its Awful Work Deau En Piuss It scorns im possible to sny nnything nlout tho storm niul tidal wovo that brought destruction to Galveston on Sept yth that 1ms not already been told But my dear frionds no human mind can picturo no tonguo can toll no hand can writo or fully do scribo tho awful situation that vis itod this beautiful city on that momorablo night Tho scones told by oyo witnosses aro hoart rending and though it is now moro than wooks ago tho outiro population that romain aro in u stnto of hys teria It is almost impossible to 3eo a woman who is not clothed in doop mourning itis notnocessary to ask if tlioy lost some dear rola tive Ono family of forty all pas sod over tho groat river togothor all swept into tho troachorous gulf not ono remained Today I talked to an intimato frioiid whoso doar old mothor pas sod away last spring Ho was at that timo at his plaoo of business and I had just asked him G...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 1 November 1900

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS rUHLISHKD WIIEttLT MAKION i i KENTUCKY A II RECORD All tlio News of the Past Seven Days Condensed HOIEE AND FOREIGN ITEMS News of tho Industrial Field Personal and Political Items Happenings at Homo and Abroad rnE NEWS FROM ALL TIIE WORLD DOMESTIC President Mitchell announced that the anthracite miners would be sent back to work as soon as the operators posted notices of the ten per cent ad vance and the abolishment of the slid ing scale The stockholders of 19 railroads in Towa ratified the action of the directors In agreeing to sell to the Iturlington The American answer to the invita tion from Germany to acquiesce in the purposes of the Hritlsh German agree ment to prevent the partition of China and maintain the open door will be a cordial Indorsement of the principles contained in the agreement Charentus broke the worlds record for a mile and a quarter on a new track at Yonkers X Y the time being 204 For no cause known Harry ltettis Idllcd his wife and himsel...

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 November 1900

L - V V u r t fe rk4 i ni Both Mr Bryan and Gov Roosevelt Open the Week in Trlme Physical Condition Ml BRYAN BE6AN AT BAINBRID6E NY A Schedule of Thirty Speeches Which wiu n Ilccard Ilrenkcr Oov Iloosevelt Clulnm to Ilnvt tialncd Flesh With IIU Travel of Over Nlntcen Thouannd Miles Balubrldffc N Y Oct 29 Mr Ary an begun the first day of the last week of his campaign with a brief speech at thi3 pine Ills tiniu hnd iljricn run from New York to Bain bridgo via Albany during the night nnd brought up here at seven oclock Notwithstanding the early hour there was a throng of people tit tho railroad station and Mr Bryan wai compelled to respond to their calls An Antl Ureakfast Haatle Ho had not yet arisen but hn lressed promptly and went to tho rear platform of the iiamblcr where ha was soon joined by Mrs Jirynn -who will remain with him during the week There were loud cheers both for Mr Bryan and his wife nnd a general demand for a handshake which was acceded to by both The resident popula...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 1 November 1900

fA33r nifXYlAB Ptattss K 0 WALKER - Publisher 0 ONE DOLLAB I i DEMOCRATIC PARTY This Is the way to vote the Straight Democratlo Ticket It now goes without tho saying thnt Youtsoy was playing n shnm gnnic U rover Cleveland hns brokon his heretofore impenotrnblo silenco by predicting Brynns olection He says Hint it will bo n lnndslido for tlio Democrats We may now look out for sen sations in the Louisville Post Thev will work rackets liko tho Youtsoy crazy business in the in terest of their own dear civil lib ortv Under tho now law tho polls are opened at six oclock Ciet an eorly start to elect tho man who stands against trusts largo stand ing armies and war on people who want their liberty Toll me tho laboring man is prosperous when tho laboring man must send his son and his daugh ter out to work to help support tho family when thoy ought to bo in school Is this prosperity Brvnn When a mans vote is challeng ed this year he must sign a print ed oath swearing ho is of ngo nnd otherwiso...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 1 November 1900

i rV fy fUbesss R 0 WALKER Publisher LOCAL AND PERSONAL Tho Mognot laundry i8 tho best Roturns at opora hull oloction night Honr thorn Potronizo tho Magnot Laundry if you wnnt good work MisB Mattio Honry is tho guest of friends at Frodonia Miss Kittio Woods roturnod tn Louisvillo last wouk Mr J A Hurloy is sponding tho woek in Livingston county Drs Hnydon of Salom and Ln Ruo of Hampton woro in town Fridny Finest brands of colloo at tho McFoo grocery i iujo luivjr w iiuggio yjL ionu von is the guest of relatives in this city Mrs G M Cridor and Mrs W B Yandall aro visiting relatives m bt Louis Come out and hoar tho brilliant young congressman Charles K Wheeler Friday Miss Maud Paris daughter of Dr W J J Paris has been very sick for sovorol days Ed Frazior left Friday for JanoBville Wisconsin whero ho will attond school Window glass of all sizes at Bos ton Walkers furniture storo Dr W J J Paris is out again after three weeks illness and has resumed his practice The ono year old child o...

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

5 The Thunderers J ihixiiCajr MiiCAilne Keprinted bjr 8ecll sc rvrmUklouj 17 AT11FR says It looks like ilcr said a little rosy faced Ca aaifiau boy as he pranced down to the river bauk and stood like a smull em peror In the middle of the Indian snow aie makers Your father knows all about some -things said Ossawippl but white amen cant read the clouds like Indians any more than Indians can read books ISJtt hite men There wont be any tJitmder to day Tin sorry for that said the little Canadian I like to hear thunder It ssouuds almost as fine as a menagerie But mothers frightened I dont know what a menagerie Is said the Indian chief but the Thun derers are good and nobody ought to be frightened of them only the bad Xople at sny rate Tell me who the Thunderers are commanded Iiennie And then Ossawippl told this story Once upon a time there were three Wyandot braves who set out to make a raid on the Cherokees and the country of the Cherokees was a long way off far down in the south Just be...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 1 November 1900

V iv I fflKP Inalncrrltr Our civilization demands a greater or less degree of mendacity re marked the abstruse person Wo are constantly encountering some empty phrase some conventional remark which is absolutely devoid of sincer ity Thats right answercu the book agent Thats perfectly true I nm reminded of it every time I walk up to a front step where there is a door mat with the word Welcome on it Washington Star THUIIl FIIIST QUAKItEL Mr Youngwed I wish I could get some bread like mother used to bake for me Mrs Youngwed I wish I could get ome clothes like father used to buy for me Chicago Inter Ocean Unlotilitcll True The progressive woman Would like it appears To advance in ideas And retrocedc In years Chicago Dally News Ncni to Her Mr Crlmsoiibeak Did you know that microbes ure carried about in the clothes Mrs Crimsonbenk AYell no Ive found about everything else in Willies pockets but I dont remember finding any of those things Yonkers States men A Theorist Arent you ashamed to l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 1 November 1900

- A New Grocery Mr R C Haynes has brought on an excellent selection of Fancy and Staple Groceries and invites you to call and see him He has the Famous Cash paid for White star Coffee Produce Fine Candies and Fruits All of the best brands of Canned Goods OXE DOOR BELOW TIERCES HARDWARE STORE TOLU -Miss Cora Lowry entered school hero Inst week Kev John Lowry and wife of Joy Ky were here Inst woek visiting their daughter Mrs Ed McElmury Miss Ljdia Raincy wont to Morgan riVld Saturday Miss Minnie MeAmis went to Eliza- bethtown Ills Sunday to attend tho fu nornl of hor Taylor Guess went to Marion Monday on business Mrs M C Wright and mother Mrs Cornelia ltarncs were horo viewing tho town Saturday Teachers Association Nov 0 Com husking wheat sowing and pe can gathering is tho ordor of tho day Dr Warford has concluded to remain with us Ed Itozeninu went to Henderson Mon day Uraco Weldon moved to Brooklyn last week 1 M Debout died yesterday Little Mori Hoisseau is on tho sick lit T J Lear ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 November 1900

I 3 I rv i rx 1 V V i J I r VOLUME 22 nv VOTERS J VERDICT Latest Returns Indicate a Ale Kinley Lands ide NORTHERN STATliS SWEPT Uj tlio Itepnblicnn but by Greatly Reduced Majorities bOMK SURIttlSKS WKKE SPRUNG Far Western States Tottering on tbc Brink of Republicanism INCREASE NOTED IN ELECTORAL VOTE Now Kiigliuirt Now York Now Jersey leiiiiaylvania Maryland West Virginia Ohio Illinois and Other Commonwealths Indorse tlio Policies of thi Administration Kentucky Claimed by Iloth Parties With Chunees Favoring tlio Demo crats Vote In the Largo Cities How It Was New York Nov 7 The agony la over Its McKlnley and Roosevelt They are elected respectively president and vlco president of the United States by a declslvo majority of tho electoral vote It became evident at an early hour Tuesday evening that the suc cess of tho Republican nation al ticket was assured At 830 p m returns from nearly two thirds of tho election districts of Greater New York had been received indicating beyond questio...

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

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS rCHLISHED WUEttLY MARION KENTUCKY gAfrAMfrAfefeJlfeSfejafei NOVEMBER J900 4 Sun J4 Tuo Wed Thur Fri z 4 R Mon Sat jf t l7 T i ii i ii ii JJii 21 If I IjL 2iiiiiliii i2526 27 i 28 1 29 30 I h WiflWffi l7iii ififiK7i7Wi A WEEKS RECORD All tlio News of the Past Seven Days Condensed JKfllE AND FOREIGN ITEMS Nov3 of tlio Industrial Field Tcrsoual and Political Items Hnpneuliiirs at Homo aud Abroad TIIE NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD uoMUvric Gen JJ S Otis has been assigned to command tho department of tho lakes nnd Gen Fitzhnph Lee to the depart ment of the Missouri President McKinley in a prorlnma tion announces November 29 as Thanksgiving day Cornelius J Alvord Jr the em belling note teller of the First na tional bank New York was arrested in UnstoK A terrific explosion of chemicals re sulting from a fire in the drug house of Tarrant Co at the corner of Greenwich and Warren streets New York resulted in the loss of possibly 35 lives injury to oer a hundred per Eons and cau...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 November 1900

4 0 1 1 J 0 3 j VfeKi4Jkai Mtammmimnm a SONGS SUNDRIES By RUFUS AlcCLAIN FIELDS Tennessee With hills that read the trcmbllug tUy And plains that smile below Wliero liealtli and Joy and plenty Ilo And comfort looks tlirouuli beautys eje On hopes all golden clou She stands In wondrous loveliness lor all loves synonyms shines tho brluhWst Jewel In Columbias crown of kcius Her history Is told In deeds lly deathless heroes done Mid scenes vvlicro valor braves and bleeds And gods themselves grow pale as tweeds And more than worlds are won It tells of womans loyalty And mans hemic strife In those chivalrous das of yore When freedom sold for life It tells how patriotism sprang From out her ancient hills When through the land the brave cry rang And warriors elled and maidens sang Aud noke undying thrills It tells of many thousands who Met deaths unkind alarm And on their countrys altar felt To die In glorjsarms It tells of matchless New Orleans And Jacksons deadly blow It tells of ISoonos wi...

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 November 1900

r ltj 3Pkc R O WALKER 0NX1IAB Publishor ORE DOLLAR Wo aro glnd Hint jt is over but being ovor wo nro not glnd Tesso Olivo nnnounccs will movo to Bolls Klines for constnblo tlmt he nnd run Bolls Mines is tho north stnr of tho countys Domocracy sho is nl wnys nt hor plnco Mnny knocks rondor tho knock ed impervious topnin but gotting bent is nwful hnrd to got used to Anyhow thoro nro no babies nnmod for Bill Sam Tnylor nnd straws liko this shows which way tho wind blows Wo devoto somo of our local spaco to ngriculturnl mnttors this weok Its n good time for n Dom ocrnt to dovoto himsolf to thoughts of this nnturo Clrovor Clovolnnd wont duck hunting on oloction dny lie would bo glad to do tho samo thing on judgment day but ho will have to face tho music thon Lost strayod or stolon tho so called Popu lists A liberal roward will bo paid ns to their whoronbouts With Livingston on tho West with 500 Domocrntic majority nnd Union nnd Wobstor on tho Enst with 1500 nud 500 majority res pectively...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 November 1900

R C WALKER od with tho othor fcSN Publisher LOCAL AND PERSONAL Tho Magnot laundry is tho best Soo tho min8trols Thursdny night Circuit court cominoncos horo noxt Mondny TIio oloctric lieht mnn scorns to iv1mivm bnnn miuHnd nut Joo Stownrt 1ms movod into his now photograph gallory Miss Anno Finloy has boon sick tho pnst two wooks Mrs J 1 Clark spout last wook with frionds in St Louis Mr J Pranks ol Owonsboro camo ovor Ttiosdoy to voto Mr G E Boston has boon quito sick sovoral days Ho is now bet tor Patronizo tho Magnet Laundry if you want good work Protracted mooting begins at tho Mothodist church noxt Sun day wook W A Blackburn and family of Louisville aro guosts of relatives in this city A child of Mr Butlor Crisp of tho Mattoon neighborhood died Inst Friday Messrs Clay and Will Hopo woll of Union county woro in town Monday Mr Frank Nowcoin of Wash ington camo in last wook to stay until tho election Finest brands of coiVco at tho McFco grocory r T llT I iurs w wiison cuiuu iiuiuu f...

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