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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 May 1894

9 55 s I - LaS f l ri i KT ia ji Ejvery Tiimg in etJUseu the Household at the LOWEST FIGURES f OUR MOTHER EVE liilr inl li l I I i An irniict of Woman Womans first appearance sa ii writer in the London Tablrt ha been a fnihful subject for tho legend mon gers Tho rhoeniclan myth of ero tit ution is found In tho story of Pjgmnl Ion nnd Galatea Thoro tho fir t wo man wan can ed by tho first mun out of Ivory nnd therfendouod with llfo by Aphrodite rho Greek theory of i tlie creation of womnn according to Heslod was that Zeus us n cruel jist ordered Vulcan to make woman out of lclav and then Induced tho various gods and godilesses to Invest tho clay If doll with all thoir worst qualities tho result being a lovoy thing with a wilehory of mien rollned craft eajjer passion lovo of dress treacherous mnnnors and shaireless mind The Scandinavians say that as Odin Vill and Vc tho threo sons of llor were walkii along tho sea beach they fo iml two sticks of wood ono of ah and one of elm Sitting d...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 June 1894

V I I VOLUME XV MARION CRITTENDEN COUNT fj KENTUCKY JUNK 7 IS iMMHEK J Np V ru Ik a M pf V will i and I I he I on leuo lor 1 Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report Royl ssm Spcciaf to the livening Post WanliiiiKton Mav II Tho taiiff bill seems to In on the tlirco iimrt r stretch at loot Il has had pretty hard running hr the truck up to tin point lm Ikwi very muddy llio sugar schedule will be finished hy tho mid die of next week at tho farthest anil llicn paragraph after piragtiph mil lie cloned with a rapidity which the Senate is uottsl fir in pawing appro priatiou hill Hill mIH make a blunter abnil free raw materials and the Republicans will probably vote with him after vot ing fr a bounty on uiur The sche dulc a it now stand mil pa the Senate however hut it if exceedingly doubtful whether or not it will find safe anchor in the din Terence The iiuxtiuii oT the tanif is now losing part of it intercut hut strange to tar tho interest which surrounds the lecdcri oT th...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 June 1894

u L kfr fr t l r 1 Parties Owing us Must Come and Settle at Once THE PRESS ISSUED WEEKLY R C Waikkr Publisher OXEYEAR 3 U iUJUlllSlt Eilv Is a candidate for Judge of the Crit tenden County Court Election Nov 1894 Ho will appreciate your vote ami your neip GREEN II CRAWFORD Is a candidate for Sheriff of Crittenden County Election Nov 1894 Your vote and your influence would be appreciated by him There was a S 223000 fire at Ottum wa Iowa Sunday The coal strike has brought out the militia in Indiana Negroes are being taken from Ala bama to Pennsylvania to take the place of the striking miners The Republicans of the Ashland district will hold a convention at Lex ington Sept 2G to nominate a candi date for congress The aspirants for the Governorship of Georgia have reduced the canvass to the square administration and anti ndmiuistration question The Second Assistant Postmaster General J Iwrie Bell a rantanker ous Republican has resigned It is not yet announced that Bissell will acept the...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 June 1894

7 j v I v n - 1 M r -- H r ft 14 I JtiBm vi - - -v iT J l 1 vifcJLAlVl ftif fejJi V- w j J J - - V - V B - - lg B n i a THE PR FSS i County court nest Alomhiy nnd n m R C Walkkr Publisher IclIt corl c8ilH n rrt1 y Monday AIAKIOV KY JUNK 7 1801 j LOCAL NEWS - - r fe 1 rJ 4r n f - ff V Short Talks on AihcrMsing It is cuntinuoui elloit that pays in advertising as in everything cUo A butinc man doesnt kiti his store open onu day in tho week or one week in tho mouth or three months iu tho year If he advertises that way that is the impression people nil gut It id contiiiuousnens that has inailo each letter in the won Royal before the words Baking Powder worth over 1 000 00 The owner ol KoiiI Baking Iowilcr recently refused 813000000 for his businc n a business built up anil fostered hy liersistent advertising leoplo are very forgetful They have to think pretty hard to rem cm Ikt the vice presidential candidate two campaigns luck nad yet he was pretty well advertised nt tho time It liaa li...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 June 1894

v r r 1A t iv - W FURNITURE COFFINS Building Lumber Sr OF EVERY KIND Everything Needed in i All Grades and Sizes Flooring Ceiling Siding Casing the Household at the I Burial Robes J Doors and Sash JTTJ LOWEST FIGURES and Slippers NOBODY CAN TOUCH US ON PRICES WALKER OLIVE FIFTY YEARS A MILL GIRL A MaRnarluurtts Mmnana length 11 prlrnrr H h trtrr A few days Miss Mntilili Divis of Lawrence Mass bepan her lift- flrht veiir as a weaver When 13 fars I of nre she bojrin to earn her o n liv ing In a mill nt Woodstock Maine where she was born ami from that day to this has worked In various New Knluml mills as n weaver As Is well known a mill w o kers life to day Is not ull beer nnl skittles but in times long pist It wasInHnitely worse When Miss Davis first went to work in Dedham half a century njjo she and her fellow enters weie onlj paid oupc in three mouths coiiiitlni themselves lucky If they aterajfed S3S0nweek Tils rlrls did not piy their own board pay for which was deducted from their ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 June 1894

l isnHEKiri 4 ig tfBzBzvmUBKtKiHBPiKrtMt Sf BxSiBIBBHiBftBrMBSpf jTy jHyyft rJffBflwBjBjBaBBMiTBFB CTtalBftBftBftBftBftBftm aa - - O r r I x I e s I I i RoYal j2 mm Highest of all in Leavening Iemcr latest U S Govt Report ABSOLUTELY PURE WATrKKSOVSKBHKHY Tlio Herald trim h Musi ln l owned The Weak Must lu Sent to Ik Hear Courier Journal There I hut one Democratic line of procedure nnd that is indicated liy Harpers Weekly Coiuintenty thin has liecn advoetiteil liy the Courier Journal The recalcitrants imt 1h disowned and driven out New men mutt 1x3 put in the lend Not merely lhit hut tliow honest Imt weak men who have gone to sleep on their watch allowing tlirfu iiifatiilcw to proceed without I e ent to tho rear 0111 Oilier IIHirVm In II nnr i iHcrt ilint more hone uiiim 11 cHiioti id wio inuii I lie immKirnlHc tifllf niiil ftlt tuna riKjt kii niniii unl imj nrv hi iiinrrvf iihii put their foot iiMii the eorruptioiiirU and tho laggards Our rtcue from destruction enn bo compawd in no ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 June 1894

w f l N kY ty W ft THE PRESS ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher OWE YEAB ONE DOLLAR FOR CONGRESS We lire authorized to announce JOHN K HENDRICKS nsacandi date for Congress subject to the notion of the Democrat party We aro Authorized to announce JOHN W SKELTON ns a candidate j Congress subject to the nction of cne Democrat party We are authorized to nnnounce BEN F McMICAN a candidate for Jailer of Crittenden county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR We arc authorised to nnnounce J F FLANARY as a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Republican party COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce J W BLUE Jit a candidate for County Attorney subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party JOHN T FRANKS is a candidate for re election to the office of SherifTof Crittenden county election November 1894 He will greatly appreciate your vote and in fluence His past record is the best guarantee of the future he has to c ffer J A MOORE is n candidate for re...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 June 1894

t h lV M S 1 y jk Fifty SO lb cans country lard to bo out at yc per Hi lor cash only M Schwab XiiNlril KiitiTtaiiiinciit Mrs Thomas murical entertainment Iprl bo held at tho Opera Houm on li i Ti i uie 20 and 21 Mrs Thorna Sty in gcttiug up such rntcrLsiunienLs is well known and needs no recom rscsJatlnn She ban cmleavircd to make tlii lietter it xituible than any previous attempt Kvery lover of good mono thonld attend Ixith bigs Mutio on all the instrument General admission I A cent KcK rved eals 25c Lw Sturgis Ky Juno I I 1881 En IliKim Tho MciIkmIisIh will give n lag liarbccuoand picnio nt Sturgis lJuiy4 Last year wo had liOO pei pie this timo wo expect UOOO Cen trally located easily orcnv ibly a pretty wohs siKciallth July oration llauds of Mutio and plenty ot eating jhould draw us a good crowd Respectfully C It IlATKiiiin Malinger To Contractors Until Saturday Tunc 30 1891 1 ft oclock 1 M the imdeiigiied will receivo hcalwl bids for the building of a chool houi o iu district No...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 June 1894

aaaaasgiggsBgg2iH3H WALKER OLIVE A BOY TRAINER Wlio Armiel thr AfTerllon tif n Fn- rMCftl I lriliHiit J used to travel with a circus in my younger ilays said Walter I Miles of Hoston us he strolled h round the corridor of the hotel and iliirliip that time witnessed a fjod many iv citing Incidents Ae had with the show an old elephant named Xcrq who uas noted for IiIh bad temper He had killed two keepers and crip pled several others One afternoon just nftcr the performance was over Nero broke his fastenings and pro ceeded to demolish everything around him Among our performers iiasa young boy named Wood This young fellow happened to bo near Nero when he broke loose The ele phant grabbed the boy with his trunk held him high in the ulr for n moment and then commenced to swing him backward and forward All those who witnessed the act ex pected to see the boy killed and were filled with astonishment when Nero fcet yoang Wood don n on the ground as gently as a mother would hei child and bega...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 June 1894

w vrv er7 r r a ut W vn A fcr i M M II M M Orme Highest of nil in Leavcitini lowcr Latest U S Govt Report RoYal JaS2 ABSOUTELY PURE THE GREASY REDS ANAKCHIST VIM TO HMMV wOPTHK NATIONAL CAPITAL White Ilouso ami Other lovcrn ment Placed Murkril A New and Deadly Kxploalve vtw U Ih th Work Washinnton Juno 17 The Pott tomorrow will publish an exposure of plot which had for it object the di itruction of iho capitol and perhaps other goveninoit buildings which ha been slowl 4 developing for re writ I week past The secret aervico and police niitho ritici however have Iktii kept infor med of the iiiiveinriiU of the plotter and would havo Ihhmi unaided to check them hail their machination approa ched violence Only ouev says the Pot about thrco week ago when the ch uinel ot information wm unexpectedly inter rupted were the federal and district authorities rrally alarmed They did not know at what moment nil attempt might bo mado to explode b mtln in the rapilol the treasury building the white ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 June 1894

P C k V- m j WWllW Ml l1 nrfT THE PRESS ISSUED WEEKLY K C Waikik Iillisher OKKYEAK ONE DOIXAE FOB congukss Wo nru nutlMNMil to uiitiomuc JOHN K HENDKICKS asaeaudi date for Congress subject to tlic notion of tin1 Democrat party We nre mithnrircd to announce TOJIN W SKELTON as a candidate jCnngrcss subject to the acthn of oe Democrat party We nre authorized to nnnoiiuce URN F McMlOAN a candidate for Jailer of Crittenden county subject to the action of tho Democratic parly FOR ASSESSOR We arc authorised to announce T F FLANABY as a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Republican party COUNTY ATTORNEY We nre authorized to announce J W BLUE In a candidate for County Attirncy subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party JOIIVT FRANKS is a candidate for re election to the office of Shcrilfof Crittenden county election November 18Jl He will greatly appreciate your vote and in line lire Hi past record is the het guarantee nf the future he has to tiler J A MOOHK is a candidat...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 June 1894

J N VV - iN 1 5 V- Ir ted ved ton retii m 0k r ril Jich ira M del able ttlca lore i Ilk jf 4 Iney fi vcro t hi iny IS hout rugO tern otric o nil iftcu trial only K ithcr BjBw aititHi fBr Choi it V HH towel ram n Iwsk with JsB one- IffS kirMl 118 work ift aqua jm o by ilS - m 1 By r ively dont I int to I loncy l i l mL MWPBilMBBIiBBMBBBBBBWBHPBHBBWBHBWBiBBPTBFBBBBWriii mi i - cgyaa - - rr rJlMWMWiaBPB3MilMBPMW8UM WlOftilmiWWw I loriiccnu Tbonian lnw W 7 Lute jtuv Ktatot plentiful at Schwabs Como curly f you want Hie tnifhtT can find the new cohool law n ndy fur thorn at thu Supcriutrn ulentaoilirc Country meat and lard wanted Wllpny cab M Schwab llujfgtw pring rin and surrcyn all tilt and grade at tychwalxi Iiw it price cycr heard of Tlwmarftago of Dnko Hill and a liromiuenl ouiig lady of Itlatidville u aniiouncel for the 27th We have tlirv Krecn tloorf irood n new al Ntme window nub to k11 for almt nothing Thomas Ilnw 7 1 L otewart the rnotograpner i X- t 1 i I WIIIIK l Hie county n...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 June 1894

L 15 1 tf J WALKER OUVE WHITE RATS A Culoml Woman I at tjie Snowy Inrrpil Crentnrr fir Lore If the 1Ieil riper of ll imelin slmuM ever take It into his licnl to pry Washington a rlit he would ftil that he hail a rival nlroulv Install -1 theicuml tho field fully occuIl The rival In question it Sarah Itikcri coloroil uoiimn who llvei in lieortfiv town near the Junction of Conjfross ittrcctninl the canal She raises whit rats not for sale or prollt but nurelv for the love of tho rats Her room where he nnil her four footed Ion tailed proteges reside 1 a iju er apartment title I up I theirs pilel one over the other and woris if not liun Ireds of the plnt eved snowy furred rodents maUiiic up swell n rtt fill vision as uouM ruin the tri le o Vie best saloon in Washington if ft cufttomert ha I to pass through it on their way lifter a drink The rats are all the descendants of two or three pairs and wore given to the woman n year or two ago They multiplied and increased an 1 dclin inff to kill...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 June 1894

I s if V 4 Hi r T 1 r u Wr 1 y I llllll I IBiiMMMiMMBIIiiM IHW l BliMIIMi Ml i M I M Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report RoYal jtsm ABSOLUTELY PURE ASSASSINATED President of the French Reinilv lie Falls a Victim to in Anarchists Knife ThetMiinleriT an Italian Under AlTrsl v ran limit 121 Sadl Ciirmit pres ident the rvpublii Mablied mortally nt 01 o oclock this evening in Uons liy Viure itiitu nn Italian anarchist 21 yours oM Prcide iil Cnrnnl wont to Iyui t vihit Iho exhibition f art ewio ml iiidiiitrit He left tli chamber of commerce hiuiiiot givuu i In honor shortly after i ochc ul walked to Ins ourrwgn wlnwi wailing iu this I ico Do La Hump Ho had hardly taken hi Nit when Snnto with ii nerpiipcr in In linml prcie d through tlio crowd nud sprang upon the carriage tu Pro idaul Carnot started i lighily Patm mutch d a daggur fnin tn news IHjr nml plunged H into llit prsl dentV abdomen near the liver Thoprvriittuit sank back uncou Kcioii Ho m takm at one to llio p...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 June 1894

Iv THE PRESS ISSUED WEEKLY R C Waikkr Publisher OWE YKAK ONE DOLLAR FOK CONGRESS We nro authorised to announce JOHN K HENDRICKS usacandi date for Congress subject to tlic ction of the Democrat party Wo nro authorized to announce JOHN W SKELTON ns n candidate ri Congress subject to the action ot me Democrat party We nro authorised to nnununce BEN P McMlCAN n candidate for Jailer of Crittenden county subject to the nctiou of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR We nro authorised to announce J F FLANART as n candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Republican party COUNTY ATTORNEY Wo are authorized to announce J W RliUE In a candidate for County Attorney subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party J01IX T FRANKS is a candidate for re election to the oflico of Shcrillof Crittenden county election November 18SM He will greatly appreciate your vote nud in fluence His past record is the best guarantee of the future he has to offer J A XOOHE ig a caudidate for re election to the ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 June 1894

v N t HM jH i i VW fT3FW n i fl itfrw M i jbbt J UJ V1 it - - 4 THE PRESS R C Waikkr Publisher JIAUIOXKYJUNK 18UI LOCAL NEWS Wire at Schwabs A mighty lull circuit court Dr T II Cimsitt Den tint Murion The leathers nrn eyeing the bent school Now for tho barbecues polities nml tuintncr fights Irani to tliu wilo of Win Hodges June a Ixiy The first tlay of circuit court does tiot draw big crowd an of yoro Only two dine cultivator left M Schwab Tho river bottom farmers are revi sed since tho soaking rain Tuesday Luto reed jiotatoes jilcntlful at Schwab Coino early if you want Kev W II Miley will preach at Ioct Oak tho recoml Sunday in July athliOp in The rongrcMiiitial primary U on tho Wt Saturday in Augut Piuto this in your hat There will Ih plentv of wheat the linrvotern rcwrt u lino crop oi plump hialthy grain C M Klccini of HopkUvillc wan in town Tuenlay and submitted piano lor the new school 1ioum Huggies spring wagons ami surrey all fii and grades at Schwab Imw Crt prices ever hean...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 June 1894

r it- f l B n W laaaaaaaaH JHK Everything Needed in the Household at the LOWEST FIGURES WALKER OLIVE HER NAME NEVER MINTED Carious 111 lurk Which for Vein Fol lotted m a Illusion Woman It looks as though society notonitv 1 nut lo be the fate of one Washing ton woman whose name for sonu In- horutable reason for tho lust half- locn years lias beca omitted from nil published accounts of gatherings in which hlie has taken part An overmastering curiosity finally prompted her to institute an Investi gation Into the matter She fou id then that so far from the omission hav ing been Intentional on the pirt of the correspondents It nroe from the fact that she was personally un noivn eren by sight to them Having satis fled herself on this scorethe incognito shortly thereafter ordered her car riage and culling for a friend took her for a drive The little excursion planned for pleasure had a most disastrous ter mination as the horses taking fright rau away and getting beyond the Control of the c...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 August 1894

lir Illustrated 15. s " " ilt i? MS- . . .! V4t - i w. OS - UlSpt -'. TT ?& 5 w T 3&: 'T?"?!- iiW ! M i 3Gfi S;-: -"-y . T'V. i- " E,'l:t..'i 4-:if4: a i - o .ca Wp ' II - vms F& fi& "r'jpsjri: :jz:?$ m. ji 1. '&&&,, &.- . County. cultural Resources, se Soil, and Salu t brious Climate. ?Hl?iie Educational, Religious Business Institutions of a Prosperous People. ," . ' ;. r Va"counly''wa3 orp?;jWgwa.eve: .tfILMABFAlt. iVlSVtnJiM iirvTv.,jq.5 WMthe nlnefvlfirsc 1 in the State. It is he north by tin Ohio river, on the e.ist by Union and Woli&tor counties, on the sou'.h by Caldwell and iiyon, and on the west by Jiivingston. The first actual settler known to have broken the virgin soil of what is now known as Crittenden county. was James Armstrong, a native of South Carolina. He came to Kussell-ville in 1785. All the best land being entered when Armstrong arrived, he resolved to travel westward until a choice piece of land was found. ' When he came to ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 August 1894

"-- - r , L - fct v ,.i v m v m vfv&i LViS.1 .?. d . . f Vown has apiuMfc :' ". "'. jfiiiglcy, of Paduciih, fUaifr vacancy of the appellate b!$Po!i occ;iioned by the death of Judge Bennett. Mr. Q'ligley in. one of the rising young men of "Western Kentucky and ordinarily his promotion to a place of honor would meet the plaudits of the people, but this appointment will be regarded by many as a misiake on the part of the governor. Those who wear the ermine of the highest court in the land, should not only be versed in the law. but burnished by a long and varied experience at the bar. They should be eages indeed and in truth. m .ii.i AVe have mentioned every article in the county except her polities, and to briefly describe this somewhat lux uriant product it is only necessary to call to mind the expression of the Lexington Judge. This year we have a Democratic ticket composed of honorable gentlemen, every one of whom has not always been a Demo, crat; vrc have a llepublican ticket o...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 August 1894

i i "i 1 11 Mli i W "in 11 IHiii'y H1 iiilHiliMill'iiliiiilHlll'" ilmjtumaataBBmjyBMMZk&i ? - gjPMcrTMJjjM.Bff" ii.li'f"C.l T j . f t '? . Hi 'J' iff k J Lft ",-,.- a.W ft- he- f Ml I w ;srasF CHS HUU lH?s ' jftcssss. ISSUED WEEKLY, R, C. Walker, Publisher. OXE TEAR ONE DOLLAR A Fine Itririgv. One of the best steel in tlu county lias just been ltuilt across Livingston crock, two miles from burg, on ihe Eddyville and Dycus- burg road. The creek is the dividing line between Crittenden and Lyon counties, and the bridge was paid for jointly by the two counties, Crittenden paying S1800 and Lyon $1200. Messrs. Cassidy and Yozier, coin mis sioners on the part of Crittenden, were in town Monday to report to the county court. Two immense abutments of solid inua'iiiry were firs! luiilt, one on cadi side of the creek, and each beginning on a solid rock aud rising to a height of 25 feet, on these abutments rests the span of steel network, 100 feet long, the whole ining a structure that will...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
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