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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 31 March 1892

i IE GREAT PICTURES I1T TO Till CORCORAN ART IMXCItV UcihUmi County Hoy Tollu ntliliir Aliinit lln Srcnt 31jury mid ItsConUMitH lino who visits Washington imld not fail to see the ran Art Gallery rlt i i located just north of lo war lApnruneni iuv iuildinx is a two story tiro of tho Kounaissanco stylo md was given to tho public by fthe late W W Corcoran for the cntouracmont of lino arts The donator of this f cent Lift including tho build- f ing and priceless contents with an endowment was born Dec L7 l7iB and died Feb 21 18SS On the c ping on the side of the steps at the entrance are two immense bronze lions copies of the famous lions at the tomb of Clement XI II St Peters Hone made by Canovo lust inside and directly in friifTof the vestibule is the roit stnir way that leads to the main picture gallery Tho first object seen is a seated statute of Xapoleau 1 and just back of it on the north wall is a portrait of Mr Cor coran The main gnllerv isl5 by dl feet Turn U tho rkdit now and w...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 31 March 1892

V iMM i awailgZV i cut - -- i MP I v I TJW aC E 1 fly I JV Q 1 li H v m Hi ft Owing to the fact that the firms of Pierce Yandell and S Giigeiiheim hare consolidated and will move into the new building near the bank April 1 we now place before the people our two stock regardless of profit We have over 1000000 worth of Clothing Boots Shoes Hats and Dry Goods and it will pay you to see us before buying Dont fail to see our stock and get our prices Pierce Yandell Gugenheim Co The Crittenden Press JSS UED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher JUDGE W ROBERTSON Op Graves County Is a candidate for Congress from this the First District Election Dot 1892 llo is subject to the ac tios of the Democratic party JUDGE JAMES CAMPBELL Of McCrackkx Countv Is a candidate tor Congress from this the First District Election November 192 lie is subject to the actios of the Democratic party ia3R u S ed Democratic Convention Pursuant to the instructions oi the Democratic State Central Con mit tee a mass meeting ol 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. — 31 March 1892

m i I ui ILL THE PEOPLES FRIENDS HUBBARD MORSE BARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY Us - handed shears J ardwarc Store 600000 Worth of Goods To Be Sold For Less than Cost 600000 f anf Hlinns for ninn uYimnti niid riililrnn ilfif miifN of plnflios 00 JlfltS - - - w - - - 1 1 ir lid xui nii nli i rwi fM iuu vnn nvni ofnf it in om iiiivinir nurciiasea mu at it of Israel Pickens died i hTstill hauling goods rom Cardin was very b ck the week Fund iurat silks silks in all SI Rochester k Co rider shipped a cor load ol Cincinnati Siturday mull hinds color id ilitus at M Rochester V M Frocinan will take tho mails on tho Salem- out- April i hi ni llovun was rx IX iww - by the Pension louru a uni itcrday aitTlincti oi InlchiKnnV hut t lochcMer A Co iKc licenrcs luve been h L Chandler una miis Wen I K MNccly an old lived near tho Iiney camp died Monday aro looking for tho very it Its in wallpaper go II dJ SALE A go A buggv isj a buriry and harness Ap fj W Glasgow Marion Ky Fobs tho tailor will be it Coons sh...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 31 March 1892

i4 f t si 1 - c - fv t V IPaa w 2 J WkSv 1 ifi hlUUIlr iBMrtuAl i i A Card lroin Horn ft O Num Editor Ckittkndhn Prims Some time ngo I took a notion to go or that I wanted to go to the National Democratic Convention as n delegate from this Congressional district Following up my feelings 1 wroto letters to a majority of tho counties asking about my chance and the answer was from every county that I could carry the county Hut before I could afford to go or make a race for tho position I had to have permission from the Com missioners to do so This I failed to get and for this rea son alono I will not ask for the place I would have been glad to have had the honor but could not afford to give up an office that paid for one that was nothing in but honor Four years ago I did every thing I could for Isaac P Gray for the Vice Presidency and 1 believed then and do now that if he had been put on the Democratic ticket Ave would have carried Indiana Unless n great change between now nnd tho conv...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 31 March 1892

w X 8 - mar N iM - l 4 f n 81J I s fcja Ml ftp tHI kv4 I j Ira - - to have had the honor but could not afford to give up an office that paid for ono that was nothing in but honor Four years ago I did every thing I could for Isaac P Gray for tho Vice Presidency and 1 believed then and do now that if he had been put on the Democratic ticket we would have carried Indiana Unless a great change between now and tho convention I am for Gray again for tho second place on our ticket In the last Presidential contest I was for nominating Cleveland against tho world but I am one of the Democrats that is getting very tired of the Republicans having tho Presidency and any sort of a Democrat would suit me bet ter than the finest Republican in the land and I dont believe Cleveland can win he lost JNcw York in 1888 and a few days ago the Democrats in rew in convention instructed their delegates against Cleveland I dont believe the Democratic party can win without New and Indiana and I do believe tha...

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 April 1892

VOLUMKXJT THKCYCLONKSWOKK KnnaiiN Nwppt lly it Month Denllnir Triintln IaopU KIIUI ami Tholr Wlml maimed Ituinrj llriuul Kansas City Mo April 1 A tornado of mad dost rue- tiveness to lniman lifo uid property swept over Kansas last night llutlcr county aeouis io nave neon tiio scene of llio greatest havoc Tho town of Towandn was entirely wiped oil tho face- of tho earth nnd and Augusta and Angus tfl a few miles distant was tbuftctcd out of all semblance to its former self Not a house or building was loft standing in Toiwwanda Tho town was asleep when tho storm swept down razed cv crything in its path and left dead bodies Mug in its wake Six dead bodies have been recovered from the ruins al- Tonnviudi is a small town of J too inhabitant situated ten miles west of Kldorado Of tho cightv families compos ing the population there is not one to night that is not either f it mourning lur a uonu lead or dying member sorrowing with tho suffering Wellington Strong City and South Haven all suff...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 April 1892

VOLUME XII THKCYULONKSWOUK KnnaiiN Nwpit lly it Ooulli Dnnlhiir Torunilo lopl KIIUil ami Tliilr llumrj Driuiil Ilml Kansas City Mo April 1 A tornado of mad tivciieas to liiimiui life and property swept over Kansas last night llutlcr county oeuius io navo ocen uiu scone of the greatest havoc The town of Towanda was entirely wiped otTtlio faeo of tho earth and and Augusta and Atigus ta n few miles distant was a buffeted out of all semblance to its former self Not a house or building was left standing in Tonawanda Tho town was nsleep w hen the storm swept down razed ev erything in its path and left dead bodies hing in iU wake bix dead bodies have boon recovered from the ruins al ready searched Twenty per sons are fatally hurt and fort more seriously injured besides n large number more or less maimed Tonawnudi is a small town of 1ln inhabitants situated ten miles west of Kldoradu Of the eighty families compos- injr the nonulalion there is not one to night that is not either mourning for...

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 April 1892

JSP I I Iff II10 Sl y Sill 1 7 V- Wft 2S rr5 Wet4 va4sWHSHhSBJKrp66 repfm K B 4 ZAi 1 MS r f II f m - i v dirv v 4 K xf uc Mid for BOW tery lag Uw tha and tb for ic hh Ca jHoiu Jobs W LockeU bee been Azeatlj iaporUBcd by his many Fesde ia the Second district to rn worOoBgreeebt he pBblisheea card XieeJiBiBg Jobb iioca a valuable adienot to either the Owing to the fact that the firms of Pierce Yandell and S Gugenheim have consolidated and will move into the new building near the bank April 1 we now place before the people our two stock regardless of profit We have over 1000000 worth of Clothing Boots Shoes Hats and Dry Goods and it will pay you to see us before buying Dont fail to see our stock and get our prices Pierce Yandell Gugenheim Co The Crittenden Press ISS VXD WEEKL Y Walker Publisher t Jin i -JUDGE W ROBERTSON Or Gbavks County la s candidate for Congress from this the First District Election Mot 1892 lie is subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party JUDGE JAMES CAMPBELL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 April 1892

LOCAL NKWS ty Loft handed shears ut Cridors Hardware Store Marriago licetues havo been is sued to Elvis Stephenson and Cor delia A Moore MILK COWi 1 havo a No 1 milch cow and young rail loi silo Prcsa Ford Tho Standard OI Company is erecting a ware room twenty by forty feet near tho depot nnd will establish an agency nt this place A choice lot cl lowers fur sale on April 115th at uiy home Mrs A M Ilearin 11 K Woods stock rf wall Miner Lnplcte m to style ipiality and Jpiuy You ccriainly can be pleased go and examine it Tho Pierce Ynndell Ougcnheim company is monng into iti new quarters to day on Main street throe doors north of tho bank Will paper ol nil grades and deserij tions at Walker Olive Litest styles lowest prices In most towns the fixe cl Marion atd lirger plain drunk- arc worth something but in Mnrion they go for nothing The bosrd or ttuttccs should Gx a prico uon tnem Mn F Loving his the finest and most artutic line of millinery ever displayed in this community Dnit Uil to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 April 1892

HKX Pimm jr r i ii i i - w J i 1- - JtT I 4 h J 1 4 U I 7 4 3k 1r m JWBi UASIIION NOTRS 07Q v 1- i i I w tlo3 fought in Missouri 270 Ix -8 nro Ilorc Wo InAiUiisa viuni wr several years Most of tho new dross skirts havo greater fullness at the top Tho prettiest hat pin is a o Jowknot as it lays flat to tho hat Smoko pearl buttons are shown in oval souaro ami round shapes and in light and dark tints Thoro is a decided tendency shown by tho latest models in Bleeves to a modest droop over the elbow A color freak is displayed in the attempted introduction of pale green shades upon toilettes of light tan Tho new silk blouses worn with woolen skirts will make the most popular and comfort able traveling dresses this sum mer The Prince of Wales bow makes a pretty shoulder decor ation for evening brocades It is made of three high curving loops of ribbon Tho reappearance of sage green in so mafiy of the leading t novelties emphasizes the fact that this shade is alike becom ing to blonde and br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 April 1892

csT T4WiJI 4iJM AU Ml i i J We ifl UjIV V Che For Our Change in Business Has Put Us in Shape Our Comi QSPT17 WW The INRW BUILDINQ Across From the Court House and Our Lvge Rooms are filled from top to bottom C 10 THING AND HATS Our spacious up- 2 oloiit iq filial Wlill ow xvj m a Clothing and Hats and have all the new- we M est styles and colors and you bet our pri ces cannot be touch- ed by any one ymssmmi l B H H J H H B H H Ei B ff Pvk B rt bi b1 I H b1bhI H Bm bi bjHbJ BJ BJ BJ Bb bj a ffaqLHyj1li r e ou More Goods for the Money than any of W rs YAIDE Dry Goods Dress Goods Etc It will do you good to see our Dry Goods We can show you Cress Goods in qualities and colors and quote you prices on same thai will make your heart glad m t 7 dKTr V1 IBBBWffiiiyjfjg AJMaSW Miralii j taSsarat ffrafOTmBWMW JSJwKm 1 jj i i - T If va rw2wfy t V J0 - lffett 0 - sffir fSt HV V 3 11UI 4 J Btilhvi tm 4 H VOLUME XII MARION CUITTKNDEN COUN1 JNTUCKY APRIL 14 1892 IMTiWRVD 4 I V bbVbbH bbH V bH B LaBr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 April 1892

53F if 11 it I f if - Sv The Crittenden Press SS t7Y WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher JUDGE W W ROBERTSON Of Graves County Is a candidate for Congress from this tho First District Election Novl802 Ilo is subject to the ac tion ot tho Democratic party JUDGE JAMES CAMPBELL Op McCracken County Is a candidate Jor Congress from this tho First District Election November 1592 He in subject to tho action of tho Democratic parly JOHN t HENDRICK OfXivinost6n County Is a candidate or Congress from the First district ElcVtfon November 1892 Subject to tho action of tho DemocraVep3rty i i x - - i Democratic Convention Pursuant to the instrnctions oi the Democratic State Centra Comsiv tee a mass meeting oi thfl Demo crats of Crittenden county is hereby called to meet in Marion on Satur day May 14 1892 at 2 oclock p m for the purposo of appointing delegates to tho State convention to be held in Louisville May 24 for tho purpose of selecting delegates to represent the Democrats of Ken tuckytnho National ...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 April 1892

LH Pns has new boy at bit rion should bve a lock up ot iwn kwcrs or salo by Mn H C Ir i police court means business grind uiatl big crowd was not in Monday Loving bis 400 diflorent hat to select from W D Cannan is bsppy over rrival ol a boy at his house aarterly Court contents Monday Fifteen suits wsre fiilcd fucsday Let us have substantial street rork this summer brick or stone lidewalks lUrrins confectionery hu been itoved to the Inuse recently occuj bicd Pierce k Yandell Mr E L Nunn has purchased a egistered Hereford roilo borine and with his herd ot cattle la this junty Mr Hobert Boyd ol Balem was Marion Mondy Ilo is a itc for circuit court clerk of Lit- ton county and is eminently ilGcd to fill the office and is an silent gehllemtn in all rs Judge Jas Campbell countys candidate for Congress lrcMCtl a large crowd at the art bouse Monday lie made a IgniCcent apeccn and on every 3Q it was highly complimented Ithoio who heard it The Judge lolid for free cointge ol silver j is a ple...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 April 1892

pi L y rvt ar H I taw - I 14 wkty v a v -v I flb Bj grjw DaESTIOHSOHDSHISWBY Selected nnd prepared by J F Trice for tlm U 8 hlmory clnu ut tho Acad emy 324 Who was elected President in 18G8 325 What three States wero not allowed to veto and why 32G What important railroad was was completed during this ad ministration 327 What was tho length 328 What is tho fourteenth Amendment 329 When was it adopted 332 What was tho Washing ton treaty 333 What four points of difference existed be tween tho United States and England 334 What wero tho Alabama claim 33G How wero they settled 33G What was tho fishy 337 How was it settled sL 338 w uat was 1110 tion question 330 How- was it settled 340 what was tho nortewest boundary question 3 41 How was it settled 344 what great fires occurred 343 describe the Chicago firo 344 what was tho Modoc war 345 what was tho San Domingo annexation 34G What was tho Credit Mobilier 347 During what year did wo have a great financial panic 448 What was tho cause of...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 April 1892

4 I m ii7 3M - i f W I v kS KENTUCKY WllLi 11X18 1 WiT Tlio LofiULUuro Iasscs llio 100000 AwroprinUmi Frankfort Ky April Tnlnv n vnf nl tho Worlds ltio of over 150000 Its bill Fair appropriation v as reached in tho Howe and theP1 J mp Is bill mflSGil bv a vote of 50 to 35 When tho result was an nounced there was a 3torm cf applause Among thoso voting against tho bill were Measaa J R Summers of Livingston Glenn of Lyon Kichols n1l11 Jims of Trigg sr s w 1 rv ts t fl Ill W ll j 1- YTIII ATr V I i3 VLiviUUt If WMlli f4n rwMMHj tnml Zuiia have declared them selves Other States it is be lieved will follow their exam- 1 j 1 iJarqnesimeio nns a pop- VV uu Ja 155 miles southwest of Caracas Coro is the cipial of the State of Falcon has a population of 1 10000 and is near the sea af fording tho revolutionists a ofS0011 Pacol laml thcn nn munition Los Andes has a and Zulia TC House made population of 32o00J amendments to tho originnl bill as passed by tho Senate thcao amendments prohibit tiie ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 April 1892

51 V- s u k K5iwrM X Qmi eck uceik Let ork tl ilcwulkl llcrrint oved to j cd licra Mr E A gistered I it with hit unty I Mr llober Marion Mo i Lteior circuit ton oountj uiucd to mi silent gcntM Fudge Jirt count ca ircsaed u irt bouie M jmGccnt ipt l it vu iota who S olid frel iit ipeal 7j rat t r El r - oac couu 1 nidI cbes ercc xJP y 4 - ft s txtmvmmwMtKsmmmmi fWmfrmfr w t - vt tmgepwil 1J t - j WEsSm tv I - R v iKr - - - ar J r3 M m v TB W VWjrt o t TV- -1 l vf rritf 3T f 4 iVf S5l - a ttmXTQTr 4 k A 23 JWw WIWHiiM MJyglA iWJ jrfctg - vi jS 17- V 4r - rr H W v j 1 ssfi PA U Jy Jt 7ttB X - i iV t it - 1 Wiiij -1 t T 3 v v S V ffi i i t - i i M m s

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 May 1892

Tiiisis le Mi flo t Dj7 5oonr oi a D9 Lvfcr BIG SHOW Coming this Year Marion MONDAY WAIT May 30 For tho Time tried Old Reliable For tho Biggest mid Ucst Show For the 10 JJig Shows Combined For the Speetaelo of King Solomon BINSOHS Mil GREAT MilC WOS1NG GRAND BA1XET IfflflB fe PRESENTATION BEFORE MfflHI 10 GREAT SHOWS ALL COMBINED III Triple Circus Double Menagerie Hippodrome X Dont unU your tini or money on any of tho small itinorant charlatnnical shows that TjC no attention t jilarin advertisements of the small catch penny aflairs now advertised in IX i i trade embraces only deceit and false pretense for die BEST Avoid Disappointment M AV 30 r - i i - m 1rf i ALL THINGS COME TO THOSE WHO WAIT lKOJ PFOPLF 1WH In tho Spectacle 110 MM A AUTISTS 110 r0 1emalo Artists 300000 Doors onon at I and 7 i m it i SOUS ASK YOUr binilOIl SHOW ug GRAND PHOCKSSIOX T1IKK MILKS LONG KOtll MAMMOTH CICUSKS IN FOUR RINGS 100 1IFAUTIFUL LADIES 100 InthoGraudllallct HUMPTY DUMPTY Tantouimk CO Mulo nnd Fem...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 May 1892

LV P hi i - It ir4 p s K S iv mmmmmMMmmzm v TTTrrv tyiiJJi iilii null HilW WiyyFiWii Wi iiiiwi fcf The Crittenden Press IBS USD WKMKl T R C Walker Publisher JUDGE 1 1 ROBERTSON Of GkaYH Coustt Is candidate for Congress from thif the First District Election Kov 1892 lie ii subject to the ac tion oi the Democratic party JUDGE JAMES CAMPBELL Of McCrackix Couktt Is a candidate lor Congress from this the First District Election November 1891 He is subject to the action of the Democratic party JOHN L HENDRIGK Of Livisosxos County Is a candidate ior Congress from the First district Election November 1692 Bubject to the action of the Democratic party FOR SHERIFF i we are authorized to announce JOHN T FRANKS a candidate for Sheriff of Crittenden county abject to the action of the Repub liean party lie will tpprciate your rote and influence To THE VoTKBS OF Ceittesdex UOUSTV Marine served you or i the past two years as Sheriff I take this method of expressing to you my gratitude for the confi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 May 1892

r fctfMU s ll1 fwJJf 7l v tww mqmMwiwv MpbAJVillJbHAptM P 2 7 3 JflLaJi XT obipsopJtyou is Qomii te 30 of Tay T3 U T Have already pitclf tl thrir hiih SiM THEIR NEW INOLIOMINSONSSHOW TlittAiniisciiHMttdnluoiiitiaaltlio lurlud Mor tbm siyenty years of con tin ioub ovnt on has characterized the car cr of iho John Uobinson show wh ch tbu soason is reaching the pioud culmination of its triumph No other thaw in cxistenco can du play so cnntinunui and so clear o rtcun 1 in u cold waters of iio Ld Wioc to the shores ol the Ijcifi ti ii the northern l S l l nation to tho BOUthCrn Inns it hi oi tncnt fur moro th u i t i ri n has tho ol 1 dm I non mi a household word uia the couutig of ilia ulutijs iinxcrpic i nblo oxli liuiviinl enttr priMOS it btar Ins mitno is over greeted ith n hcatty wulcomc IVniii the genesis ol the show until its pfscnt tolfnl perlcction there lu not been u solitary season in hici it ba not led itf fellows in the mul jplicity and general excellence ofiis uttrHCtitiii u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 May 1892

LhiiJiiiTiiwnH fiHswMMytHiuy wytv jfiawmflKifti COUIM3USDlir0CT12 v A Message to the Public Schools of America LOCAL OBSERVANCES SlcHILSTKI The Dny KhoulJ Ho SIBimllr In Vhtj Town ii nil VIUnRO In tlie UrmM h a lirnl Crlrlirntlcin nfWlildi tin lali llo RrhiHil la tho Cclilrr To tho pcholara of tio jHiblic solionla of tho Uultcil Hutrs tho executive1 com mitko of thoColninkiaii jmWiu kImjo celebration rcniU Uio following luca go Tho 12tli of October 1S02 tho luinivornary of tho tllpcovcry of Amor Jca oiiglit to 1 obacrvoJ ovcrywliore sit Mavxicsi Tlio Uay will lio mirlcd in ChiciKO hy tho Oiiljcntinn of tho Columbian oc IKVsittnn grouiiiln Tho day nJso umy lw RignrJirod hi every Uvvn ami village in tw rppuhlic by a local rclobration oi which tho public icluol ij tho center Tho public whouls of tho republic will form tho nst litliiuj centera for nil tliowj lwal tclcbnitloiii A unUonil public school obscrvouco elmuItaiiou wiUi tho Chicago cnercibcs will awaken u popular interest in tho...

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