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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 August 1904

ryloney to Loan On Rood real estate security at the lowest prevailing rates of interest and on the most favorable terms. Residence property ond vacant lots for sule in Mexico. Farms of all sizes for sale in Au drain and adjoining counties. If you desire cheap lands in Ar kansas see us. LAKENAN & BARNES, Mexico, Mo. v THE MESSAGES u'"-i.v 1-..!: ti,-u.-t.iib- . . ilicnii parly (if Missouri lins always THUKSDAY, AL'iil'ST 11, 1'JUl 7V rmx df Sitlisfrijit imi : One yciir i t ' Six Moulin '' Tin-''!' Mmilli'S Twi m i'ars ii idll'iii Hi-fi w:i ciiisiili'ii il i;l no viilne ami thirty w ars a'n it was nil'1. forth-.' pcixni l.i-t ii-iii:; a Km to remove his seed from around tli'' k'ui house. Now it round to bo a val uable by-product. Last year the United States exported $105.00. 000 worth of cottonseed products. If now becomes apparent that the stalks of the cotton plants are used in the manufacture of paper. Verily "there are more things in heaven and earth I linn have ever lie en dr...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 August 1904

Mexico Missouri Message, VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18,1904. NUMBER 42 k HAPPENED and HAPPENING. SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM William Hoyle at Saling been very ill for some time. has . Mr. Claude Sansberry will teach in the Ooodwnter district this winter. Miss Ethel Maxwell at Rush Hill was reported quite sick last week. . Miss Sadie O'Brien of Thomp : son is teaching the Concord school in Calluway county. Fred A. Morris of this city is a member of the special Fedeia! .grand jury. in St. Louis. 1'iof. S. T. Davis has begun school work at Thompson. his John X. Brown of Mexico and Dr. A: L. Bransetter of Vandalia are new munberR of the ninth Dis trict Republican Congressional Committee. Audrain Co. Med. So. adopted appropriate resolutions, signed by Drs. E. S. Cave.K. W. Berrey and C. A. Rothwell, account of the death of Dr. C. T. Vnrnon. Arthur Wright, south of Mexico, i one of the boys who always wakes money out of the farm. Ho bns the ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 August 1904

i i i e 5 ( a r -d 8 a A. V c -4 . 1 JOHN BURT II wh"m"daS AsHAee at TV fiMel Htm " f I Mw'i Dactrtat," Etc OnrraaBT. isos, v All rihe OorrBioirr, two. by mnuri Uraun Amits ruinl A. J. limii. Umcn 1 .M-sv Chapter XVIII Contlnuad. ' That evening Arthur Morrla called on Jean!. Of her fsvorable answer to hla ault he had Dot the slightest doubt. Ha bad rarcfiilljr rehearsed lila avowal. After critically reviewing hla campaign alnre qnlttlnK Paris he decided that ha bad made do mis taken. He read his declaration confidently, Tiut with nioro of feeling than Jessie thought him capable. "Mr. Morris," he atd with an earnestness which lmost tricked hcrsilf, "I owe a duly to my father which I cannot forego. Ha la alone and In trouble and I cannot leave, him. You know little of the pride of the Cardens If you Imag ine) that. the daughter of General Mar shall Cardcn will give her hand In marriage so long oh the phadow of bankruptcy hangs over his name.' Morrla again assured Jefslo of Ills absolu...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 August 1904

TIjkited states senator Used Pe-ru-na For Dyspepsia With Great Benefit. Ex-Cnltcd Btatas Senator From Booth Carolina EX-IT. 8. Senator M. C Butler from South Carolina, was Senator from that state for two terms. In a recent letter from Washington, Q. C, he says: 7 can recommend feruna tor dya pepala mad atomach trouble. I hare been ualng your medicine tor abort period and 1 feel very much relieved, it la Indeed wonderful medicine be Idea a good tonic" M. C Butler. Feruna Is not simply a remedy for dyspepsia. Feruna is a catarrh remedy. Feruna cures dyspepsia because it is generally dependent upon catarrh of the stomach. If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Peruna, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a foil statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O. mmwi "i aii,iiij)iTu,,.BrTi"JTj" ':iiTW)niin'iffl AYcgelable Preparationfbr As similating ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 August 1904

THE MESSAGE PuLl'islied Kvery Thursday. John P.enl, Iv.li1.tr nnd Proprietor. Kiit, rid nl tin I'ostoflire at Mi Mo., u second-daft niatti r. TIirKSDAY. Al'lJl'ST IK. 1!0I That limn W. J. Slone. Itaiu in this section of Missouri is tnucti needed. The Stall' Fnir diilis this week. opened nt Se' We still linvc full confidence in .T. V. Folk n much ns we ever had. Sure enough, is not W. J. Stone fnifiprirliiic (In1 Stuff Democratic ticket with a knife? That "liook nii'l eyes" colony in Audrain will M altlcnl ion now )y (lie papers over thi' State. The people of Mni'on ifftiir: work of tramps liefoie nienlcs iinil the trumps threaten to boycott the town. Missouri was S.'l enrs old the lOt li of this month and someliody has remarked (hat that is getting pretty old to fat i 1 1 l.c n ".Miss." W. J. Stoni; caused his letter at tacking J. W. Folk to first, he pub lished in the leading KcpuMican pa per ol the State, the St. Louis tJlobe Deinocnit. That is significant, to Iiv the least . Take...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 August 1904

THEHMfiSSAGE TIIuHiDAY ! AUGUST J 'iJS 904 St HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. v Three browned. New London,' Mo., Aug. 15. John P. Rice, Eltner Hyan nnd Ben F. Shnltz, 'farmers, while seining in .Suit River, miles Mrs. J. II. Neil of afflicted with lever. V. J. Maliou of this city has employment tit Vandalia. Robert Pickett, at Rowenn, is affleted with typhoid fever. J. II. Wilkins shipped CI head of fat cattle to the Chicago mar ket this week. west of here, were drowned this evening. I hey were p :rt or a Rowena is fishfry party and sunk in sight of friends on the bank. J. J. Lakenan on business. is in Arkansas Last Saturday was the hottest day of the season, the thermometer registered 08 decrees. L. A. Northciut orders the ad dies of his Message changed from Thompson to Centralia. Dr. Houstoti, 8.j years young, iisnallv pert and active, has been quite unwell of late. Born, AugUBtlltb, to Rev. R. E. McQuie and wife, at Montgom ery City, a tine son. Rev. MeQnie is pastor of Uilead Baptist ch...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 August 1904

ucxica Llisssuri r.!cs33 J01N BBAL, Publisher. ... MISSOURI In Boston the supply of meat U al- snott exhausted. How about tb kans? Does this restriction of Newport's marl act to 200 exclude the historic dinner monkey? The bicycle la coining back to favor. A Kanpaa City man baa been jailed for Mealing one. Nevertheless, the people who bet on elections are not tho onei who cait most of the Totes. How-de-do. Prince Yura-Yowah-Fu-tel-Yola-Saba-Yonson-Mahomot May we call you by your first name? The Intelligent public may now act us down for a time to reading the war news and the baseball reports. One thins: that makes us forget the big disasters is that another so swift ly follows on the heels of each one. It Is encouraging to learn that Mrs. Maybrick Is gtilng Into retirement and not Into writing for the yellow press. Latest quotations show that radium Is still a little mure expensive than beefsteak, but the gap is narrowing rapidly. The fashion editor says the parasol furnishes a subje...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 August 1904

I. "GEORGE GRAHAM VEST DIES AT SWEET SPRINGS Interment la Mads In BeMafontalne - Cemetery In 8t. Louis. POWERS PRESS TURKEY " . TO GRANT DEMANDS PRESIDENT SHEA ORDERS TEAMSTERS NOT TO STRIKE DESTROYER SEIZED IN CHEFOO HARBOR Sortie Irvdlcatea That Final Stage of Siege Is Vary Near, TEAMSTERS DECIDE , NOT TO STRIKE THE NEWS RESUME' , - ! Being; Condensed Story of the News of the Week. Expect Sultan to Request Minister Lelshman'a Withdrawal. To Refuse to Work, Claiming Their Lives Are In Danger. h I" 1- 1- e Ex-Senator George Grshsm Vest. J, read and unanimously adopted di plorlng the death of Mr. Vest. Funeral services were held Wednei day at 4 p. m. at the residence, out i the Spring grounds, by the Rev. Shal elford, and old friend of the fs.mil; After the services the citizens of Swe Springs In a body followed the remain from his late home to the private cs that was waiting at the station, to col vey the funeral party to St. Louis. Every place of business In Swet Springs was closed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 August 1904

ivaoney to On yood real estate security at the lewcst prevail inp, rates of interest and on the most favorable terms. Residence property and vacant lots for sale in Mexico. Farms of all sizes for sale in Au drain and adjoining counties. If you desire cheap lands in Ar kansas sec us. LAKENAN & BARNES, Mexico, Mo. E v V THE MESSAGE TIll IJSDAY, Al'UL'ST H, l'.MM T i ni of One j car Six Mohlli Time Muutlis.... Sub riptinn : .fl."i Bloody Battle in Boone. Forty years n: next Tui'Hilay, says tin.' ('ohii)iliiu Ileinli, on Aug ust 10, 1SSI, n ilcsH iiitf lifrlit look jiliii'e iiisir I i-i ii i 11 sr Springs, le tweeu InisliwIiiii.'ki'i'H mid Federal soldiers. For soini! tiini' tin-country had licen ovitiiiii with large luinils of guri-riiliis and horsi'lliiuvos, who eoininitted depredations without re gnril to the political sympathies of their victims. On the date men tioned, (ioneral !. I. liouglass.the military eonimafldcr of this district pent a company under the eomtnant of Capt. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 August 1904

'i'AtJ! historical st,j .Mexico Mi Mess SSOURI age VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25,1904. NUMBER 43 HAPPENED and V SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Vv . Aimer Mandy at Molino was re ported on the sick list last week. The A. O. U. VV. lodges of Lad donia and Farber have consolidat ed. John Moran'; late of this county, has employment in the car shops at St. Charles. Centralia, by a more than two thirds majority vote, is to have a new electric light plant. A union telephone line is to be built from Luddonia to Farber. W. S. Biggs at Farber is advertising for bids for the construction. Mrs. Masou Creasey has been in failing health of late. Last week she was taken to the Parker Hos pital in Columbia for treatmeut. ltev. John S. Jesse of Mexico has severed his pastorate with the Laddonia Baptist church. He had been with that congregation for four years.' C. V. Edmonston, late of Mex: ,ico. now one of the owuers of the Moberly ice plant, while assisting in loading a car...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 August 1904

Hsxha ttissauri Kessara JOJW BKAL, Publlsaer. "wxico ..... Missouri t " . " ' 'L Colombia' new national anthem: "1 don't want to play In your yard." Th last new thing In words li "mT.H Bounds like a Hungarian melody. Very likely a Hying machine that eost only $10 would fly just as well at amy other kind. Perhaps we have all been unjust to Uncle Russell Sage. Maybe be can't afford to take a vacation. Also be it remembered that the Yale-Harvard teams are not by any means the pick of our college athletes. No tears will be shed over the wounds of those Spaniards who were hurt while goading a bull and a tiger to Ight The czar doesn't play poker any way, but even lr he did, you couldn't persuade blm that four of a kind beats one belr. That New York woman who swore that her husband had beaten her 1,040 times certainly has a striking talent for figures. The Savannah Press says that "he who plants & tree plants love." Love unfortunately happens to be a plant ol slow growth. Helnze, the M...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 August 1904

FIRE ON TRAIN LOAD . OF LEITER MINERS Striker Deny All Responsibility for Act Steel Car Sent Out. Benton, 111.: Trouble of a aerloua nature occurred at Christopher Thurs day morning between nonunion men and the stiiklng miner. A special train left Eldorado Thursday morning at 1 o'clock, reaching Christopher at 4 o'clock. When the train was halt a mile out of Christopher, en route to Zlegler, It was fired upon, about twen ty shots taking effect In the side of the coach. Three of the guards were IK, one on the wrist, one la the neck nd one back of the ear. All of the shots were glancing and the wounds rare not serious. Sheriff Stein drove to the scene of the trouble Thursday afternoon. Ad examination of the location from where the shots came showed the weeds to hare been trampled down at two places Indicating that there were two squads. Several shells were picked up, some being for shotguns and others for rifles. Buckshot were used In the shotguns. The miners who are camped at Camp Tu...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 August 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Henl, Editor ntid Projirif-lor. Filtered Bt the Postoftice Hi Mexico M., second-class matter. THURSDAY. AlOL'ST 2r, 100 . Don't forget that the i?ue in Missouri i Rood government against boodle and corruption. "Tick"Dnlton has been nominat ed for Representative by the Kc pnbl ic.ins of Hulls' county. Conjrressinnu Chump Clark has secured a new U. F. D. mail route lead in it out of Hntlon. The prininry election idea in Audrain him won it way and has enme to htnv. A little fuss and feathers by a machine politician will not oh peine the icstie, it only emphasizes its importance; it is good govern ment against corruption in public ofliee. The St. -Joseph News mid Tress, referring to Senator Stone's at tnek on the head of Hie State Dem ocratic ticket, declares that Stone has a rebuke coming from the peo ple, and lie w ill get it, too, with out fail. The lion. Chump Clark has been invited by the national Dem ocratic campaign managers to make spee...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 August 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1904 G HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. JJ Mrs. It. M. Knndlc, Worcester, N. Y., is a new render of the Message. The fare on the C. & A. between Mexico and Cedar City hereafter is to be three cents a mile. O. P. Browning orders his Mes sage sent to nun nt Middle Urove.i Mo., instead of Victor, ns former-1 "Uncle" John Tnmnkin. 78 years of age, remains in very fee ble health, tho he is ' a little im proved over his condition of two weeks ago. Eld. W. H. Hook of Mexico and Eld. E. M. Smith, of Centrolia are boldiug a revival meeting at Friendship Christian church io Boone county. Bryan Atchison, boh of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Atchison of this city, while playing with an air-rifle one day last week got. his forefinger caught in the rifle in some way and his finger was torn completely off. Last Monday City Physician Coil reported a case of smallpox in the family of W..S. Haggard, in southeast Mexico.The home was at once pnt under strict quarantine. It is supposed ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 August 1904

4 4. JOHN BURT II M SS Aartaar f "Taw KM.ipml miniilrn." mCoImmI Maro'l hcttlw," etc. Onrratanr. Hat, bt All rKhta OorviiHT, taui. if FasuaaKB 1hih ADAVa msrvod A. J. Uni BlDDLl CHAPTER XX. Continued. Ton remember that I was speaking of the remarkable success of west er man, named Blake? Well, her la letter from blm! Thla 1 whjit be writes:" "New York. June I. "Dear Sir I am Informed that you Jjold an equity In ten thousand aharea C the L. A O. railroad company. I Intra cuatomera who are interested In thla property, and represent them in negotiation! now pending. It la pos sible your Interest! may be conserv ed by conferring with me on tbla natter. I shall be pleased to meet you at your earliest convenience To a gentleman of your experience an in junction to aecrecy Is unnecessary. "Awaiting the pleasure of confer ence In my ofllce, and trusting that It rr.ay result to our mutual advantage, I remain, "Very truly yours. "JAMES BLAKE, "President, James Blake & Co." "That is odd. i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 August 1904

SHOES WERE MRS. SMITH'S. Consequently the Two Ladle Are No Longer Bosom Friends. Mrs. Smith and Miss Brown were one the bonomest of bosom friends. In fact, Miss Brown was a constant Tlsltor at tM house of Mrs. Bmlth. She was staring with her as a guost one bitter wld frosty morning, and the two were going for a walk. Miss Brown, ready first, stood wann ing herself by the dining room fir. "Dearest," tailed Mrs. Smith from upstairs, "has Jane put my shoes to warm at the dining room Are?" "No, darling," Miss Brown replied, "yours are not here, but your hus band's are." Presently Mrs. Smith entered the room, evidently not In the sweetest of tempers. She viciously picked np the shoes from the fender, and left the room, tossing her head. Then It dawned upon Miss Brown that she bad made an awful blunder, and that the shoes belonged to her hostess. Waitresses on Japanese Railroads. Refreshment cars on some of the Japanese railroads are now attended by waitresses. The girls are care fully ch...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 August 1904

4 w n Riloney to Loan On good real estate security at the lowest prevailing rntes of interest nnd on the most favorable terms. Residence property and vacant lots for sale in Mexico. Farms of all sizes for sale in Au drain and adjoining counties. If you desire cheap lands in , Ar kansas see us. LAKENAM & BARNES, Mexico, Mo. y THE MESSAGE JIIUI.'SDAY, AUGUST 25, 1W4 Terms of Subscription: Our year . 1 Nix Months Three Months -." FUTILE TRIP. A Race to Save Infant's Life. The St. Lou in Kt-puhlic of hist Sunday contained Hie following nc couut, which will interest the Mex ico public: With the infant form of his lit tle grandchild in his arms. Secre tary of State Sam 15. t'ook intuit! a race from Mexico, Mo., with death yesterday and lost. The Sec retary of State hurried with the little one from its home t tint it might, receive Ihu protection of no incubator, but when within a few miles of the goal llie child died. The baby wan the child of Mr. Cook's only married daughter. Frances...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 September 1904

TATE msTOlUCAt ;f Mexico' Message. VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1904. NUMBER 44 71 Missouri y HAPPENED and V SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Miss Lena Do well opened school at Bryan a few days ago. J. VV. Patton lias moved from here to Idaho to reside. The Mexico schools open Tues day, September 13th. John Blum of Bean Creek is erecting a fine six-room dwelling on his farm. Hardin College and Military Academy opens day, September 14th. Missouri Wednes- Clyde Langford of Mt. Carmel, this county.has employment in St. Louis. Miss Amy Hutts of Mexico left last week to resume her school work at Crowley, in the State of Louisiana; Lee Bros., oi Mexico, with their "Rippling Brook" horse, wou the $200 2:25 pace at Bowling Green fair last week. Mrs. Frank Crawford, formerly of Beau Creek this county, now of Iluntsville, is in a Kansas City hospital taking treatment for can cer. They do sny that Nolan Hodge of Worcester is the boss road boss of his section. lie is ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 September 1904

V.zxkb ttissauri f.Icssaqe JOrtM BKAU Publisher. KE33CO uisaovm The automobile -lth all Its nerfl Menu to be leti fatal than the bath It took gcnltia like Kipling to aee in Joe Chamberlain subject for poet ic treatment Almost any flying machine caa ac complish wonderful feats In tha In ventor' prospectus. The woman who crossed Abyssinia on a mule Is receiving muc,h credit Bat tbe mule did the work. A German scientist has discovered that the bite of the rattlesnake will knock leprosy. So will a gun. People who go away on a holiday and get drowned find that it inter fere seriously with their plans. "Is American literature bourgeois 1" aak Gertrude Atherton. Nay, sister 'Much of it Is of a finer type than that At the prospect of a soap famine that celebrated anti-bath doctor will probably have one or two spasms of Joy. A mountain of pure soap has been (discovered In Nevada. The tramp problem in that state may be consid ered solved. i Every little while somebody sug icests that the Unit...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 September 1904

- FORTY-FIVE HURT IN TRAIN WRECK JAP GUNS PREPARE WAY FOR GENERAL ASSAUTL Incessantly Pour Destructive Fire Into City and Harbor. COMMUTE OF CHICAGO ALDERMEN FAIL TO SETTLE THE STRIKE SHANGHAI TANGLE IS STILL UNSOLVED JAPS BREAK RING OF FORTS ON BOTH SIDES OF CITY Repair to Russian Warships Ordered Stopped by Chinese Taotal. THE NEWS RESUME j Being a Condensed Story of ths New of the Week. I America Hopes to Avoid Being Drawn ' Into the Dispute. Chicago-Kansas City Passenger Plung- Into a Ditch. . t Princeton; Mo.: In a wreck-of west bound Rick Island passenger train No. 3. Chicago to Kansas City, at Crusher vllle, three miles south of this city, at 8:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, forty-five persons were Injured, two of them seriously. That many were not killed outright Is considered almost miraculous, as two passenger coaches loaded to the limit plunged Into a .ditch, the smoking car, with more than eighty passengers, turning com pletely over and rolling down a twenty-foot embankme...

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