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 - QUIET AT XAXCHESTEB. Citizens Fear K ore...
QUIET AT XAXCHESTEB. Citizens Fear K ore Trouble and Fam ilies Ar Still Leaving. Corbln, Ky June 20. A courier from Manchester to-day to-day to-day reports everything "quiet." That Is to say. no one baa besn murdered there lately. No one scarcely Is to be seen In the town, and a deatn- deatn- like stlllne overhangs the neighbor hood for miles around citizens ttut tfr their lives. -Xa -Xa going through Clay county alec the recent killings there you never meet a person unless It be some family trying to get away unnoticed and unmolested. Tou will perhaps meet a lonely mall carrier, horseback, but so afraid Is he of giving Information, by which h will Incur the displeasure of the Here feud ists, he win not a much as say. Hood morning' to you. although he may ba an old acquaintance. Tou will, la passing houses oa the roadside, perhaps, notice in moving or a closely drawn window curtain or see the shaking of th uvrvr- uvrvr- bruah-and bruah-and bruah-and may rest assured from 11 that Km on Is peering from jebin I to discover whether you are friend or foe. These are about all the signs of human human life you will discover unfit ju reach Manchester. At that place, duiitur, the day. the streets are almost Jewrted. Tour name and business, however. w.'U be ascertained before you have liaclly entered I be town. A suspicious s.Hlrtss pervades the very atmosphere. -

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 21 Jun 1899, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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