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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 27 September 1883

The JTribune. TIHTKSDAY , SEPT. 27th , 1883. The Week's Doings. V"Fair ! Bright days. Pair next week ! ' , , , New goods at Rogers' . Fresh Oysters at Joe's. Fine weather this weok. A new grocery store in prospect. Go to Rogers' and sec his new goods. 'Don't forget the County Fair , next week. Xow is the time to incorporate Mc- Oook. Copies of the TIUIUJNE on sale at the post-office. For dry goods of every description go to Rogers' . Jefc buckles for dress drapery at Mrs. .v. A. Rowell's. J. S. Holmes will henceforth be one f our readers. Hats and caps , boots and shoes and notions at Rogers' . Ladies' hair frizzes for 75 cents at Mrs. S , A. Rowell's. See notice in another column of Choice bucks for sale. Ottoman ribbons in all the new shades sit Mrs. S. A. Rowell's. See Mr. Mclntyre's new advertise ment. He means business. " ' Fancy and staple groceries , at Rog ers * , at lowest market prices. Don't forget that Rogers' has re ceived a fine line of new goods. Birds , feathers , an...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 27 September 1883

THE TBIBUKEe A. B. COFjmOTH , McCOQK. ; ; ; : NEB NEBRASKA ITEMS. t ' ' _ The first marriage license has been Issued In Brown county , a Long Plne , couple having the honor Falls City Observer : A German by the name of Henry Welck , living In Barada , had his right leg broken below the knee last Saturday by a kick from a vicious horse. A little girl at Greenwood , named Allen , recently let an axe drop on her fin ger , cutting it off. A Kearney woman proposes to give a ' concert , the proceeds of wnkh will bo used to purchase street lamps for the city. Stuart Ledger : Mr. Orcutt , a bi ake- manon the Sioux City & Pacific railroad , whllebreaking on the switch at this place , on the up train , Saturday , night , fell from the top of a freight car , his back striking the bumper in his descent. The unfortunate man sustained serious though not necesea- rlly fatal Injuries. The poor fellow moaned plteously , and his shrieks were heartrend ing. He waa carried aboard the train and .tak...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 27 September 1883

UHBEST. * * BY KDOAUL. WAKKMAX. ' V- Here in the years wherein I stand 1 gaze across tho.fallow land ; Across the conquest and it cost ; IJeyond the sought-for and the lost ; And look Into the eyes of Joy , Thou brown-faced , tunicked country boyl Just thou and thine , with naught between , Make up that sweetest oldest scene. 0 tender scene and sight and sound ! The farm-house , with its lilacs 'round ; The poppy bed , the locust trees , The stillicldlc hum of bees ; The well , with Bturdy oaken sweep ; The morning-glories half asleep ; The . wallows gossiping ; the croon Of doves about the barn ; the noon When kinc , 'breast deep , stand in the stream ; And thy world pauses in a pleasant dream ! Beyond , the uplands ; thou , the hills , Wliere , interlacing , creep the rills ; Here , forests , sentinels of peace ; There , acids , with opulent increase ; Uelow , the valley , stretching far And dim to the horizon's bar. - > My brown-faced lad , I look again From out the lairs and ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 27 September 1883

'T PW8 * * * ! CITIZENS' BANK OF McGOOK A GENERAL- BANKING BUSINESS Collections made on all accessible points. Drafts drawn directly on the principal cities of Europe. Taxes paid for Non-Kesidcnts. Oloney to loan on Farming Lands , Village and personal property. Fire Insurance a specialty. ' Tickets for Sale to and from Europe. J. W.DOLAN , Provident. J'in t National Itank. Lincoln , Neb. V. FUANKIJN. Vice Preslilcut. CUasc Natlomd lluiik. Now York. W. T. WALLACE , Cashier. FREES & HOCKNELL , -PROPRIETORS OF THE- Li DEALERS IN LUMBER , LIME , CEMENT , SASH , DOORS , BLINDS & COAL YARDS AT : " McCook , Indianola , Cambridge , Arapahoe , and Oxford. * jff THEB. & M. PHARMACY. A COMPLETE LINE OF Pure Wines and Liquors Strictly for Medicinal Purposes. ' PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED , * * y EITHER DAY OR NIGHT. * t " TansilPs Punch , America's Finest 5c. Cigar , j DTS.WILLEY & JOHNSON , MCCOOK , NEB. reat Western Furniture Emporium , O 1-3 13C > w " * > ? Q J ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 4 October 1883

p- . VOLUME 2. M'COOK , RED WIXiLOW GOtCNTTlT NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , OCT. 4 , 833. NUMBER 18. Business Cards ; I J. STAEBUCK , -A ttomey- - Law , .McCOOK , - ICKll. Will frfvc ghe special ntteitloc to tl-e- practice of 16w. and niflliliiK collections. ' icc t1 cond block north of depot , 2 dotes nortli rirnon's drugstore. JOHN A. LEE. 'r1 E B JJ * i Wb TA LOR u iTHa&avJSc Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed. Nebraska. Pa" I. Francis County Surveyor. Red' Willov , ' ounty. Kcopa ccrtiflc'l puits of all l .nds ii the Jlituhcockl.nul disti-ict. Spvci.il attcntioifriv < ; n to all such business. Correspondence . = cieit- A..7.WIIA.EY , M. I ) . , L. LES JOHNSONM. . D. . Pursrou to It. : .M. U R. Gruduatu Wooster , O. Drs. WiSiey & Johnson , McCOOK. - - NK13. AVJll nttoail to aK calls in the city or coit.itry. < l y onight. . Uttvc : Hear cf Citlzi-us' n.ip.k. JOUX F. COLLINS , * Contractor and Bui icier , iccrf silly ? iven on all kinds of ri : . Be > t of references. Address...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 4 October 1883

' - ' 5'T - - " - ' " " -"T - HIS QUEST. scek'st ; thou at this madman's pace ? "pcak my love's now dwelling place , Her house Is dart , her doors are wide , There at-and owl and beetle bide , Arid there , breast high , the rank weed * Rrow , And drowsy popples nod aud blow , So mount I swift to ride ino through The world to nnd jmy IOTO anew. I hare no token of the way ; I haste by night , I press by day , Through busy cities I am bourne , . On lonely heights I watch the moru Climb up the east , and see the light Of waning moon gleam thwart my flight Sometimes a light before mo flees ; I follow it , till stormy seas Break wide before , then all is dark. Sometimes on plains , wide , still , nud stark , Ihoar a voice ; I seek the sound , And ride into a hush profound. To flnd her dwelling I will ride "Worlds through and through , whate'cr bo- tide. " To find her dwelling rode ho forth , In rain rode south , in vain rode north ; In rain in mountain , plain , and mart Ho searched , but...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 4 October 1883

THE HIGHEST ATITHOBITr Upon a Subject of Vital Interest , Effecting ; the Welfare of All. The following remarkable letter from one of the leading and beat known sci entific writers of the present day i.s specially significant , and should bo of unnsual yalue to all readers who desire to keep pace with the march of modern discoveries and events : "A general demand for reformation is one of the most distinctive character istics of the nineteenth century. The common people , as well as the more enlightened and refined , cry out with no uncertain voice to be emancipated from theslavery of conservatism and super stition which has held the masses ingress gross ignorance during a large portion of the world's history , and in the time of the 'Dark Ages' cams near obliterat ing the last glimmer of truth. Dogmatic assertions and blind empiricism are losing caste among all classes of all countries. People are beginning to think for themselves , and to regard authority much less than argument. ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 4 October 1883

THE HIGHEST AUTHORITY Upon u Subject of Vital Interest , Effecting the Welfare of All. The following remarkable letter from one of the leading and best known sci- cV CQtific writers of the present day is specially significant , and should be of unnsnal ypluu to all readers who desire to keep pace with the march of modern discoveries and events : "A general demand for reformation is one of the most distinctive character istics of the nineteenth century. The common people , as well as the more enlightened and. refined , cry out with no uncertain voice to be emancipated from the slavery of conservatism and super stition which has held the masses ingress gross ignorance during a large portion of the world's history , and in the time of the 'Dark Ages' cams near obliterating - ing the last glimmer of truth. Dogmatic assertions and blind empiricism are losing caste among all classes of all countries. People are beginning to think for themselves , and to regard authority much less than arg...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 4 October 1883

The Tribune. A B , OOFFROTH , EDITOR , ' REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. PorEoprcscntative ( to fill vacancy ) .GEOEGE IIOCIvNELL. For County Judge , II. M. ASllMO'llE. For County Clerk , ' CIIAIILES D. CRAMER. For County Treasurer , J. II. GOODR'ICIL For Rheriff , JOHN WELBORX. For Coroner. . Dr. L. LEE JUHXSOX. > . For Supt. Public Instruction , C. L. XETTLETON. For Surveyor , PAGE T. FRANCIS. For County Commissioner , -S. L ! GREEN. . -Sxow at St. Paul and Minneapolis , 3ast : week. IN another column will be found a call for a Peni'le's Convention at In- .diai.ola on aturlay.0't.13. THE medical profession is well rep resented in McCooJi'.s candidates for -office this fall. Drs. Johnson . and Green , Gqroner and CommifiBioner , competent and carefuL THK re-nomination of C. L. Nettle- 11 , ton'lor Superintendent of Public In struction and Page T. Francis for Stir- veyor was evidence that the people be- Hcved in their merits , aud xlecmcd them worty of their confidence. THE appearance ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 4 October 1883

The Tribune. THURSDAY ; OCT.ah , The Week's Boings. goods atRogers' . Fresh Oysters at Joe's. Clo to Rogers' and . cc his new goods. Copies of the Tiunti.VE on sale at the .post-office. For dry goods of every-dcscription go Jet buckles-for dress drapery at Mrs. . A. llo well's. Hats and caps , boots and shoes and * notions at Rogers. ' Ladies' hair frizzes for " 75 cents at Sire. S. A. llowcll's. A lull line of the very best cigars at "the 15. & M. Pharmacy. Ottoman ribbons in all the new shades . \t Mrs. S. A. llo well's. Fancy and staple groceries , at llog- er.s' , at lowest market prices. Fancy groceries , new stock , just opened out at the Postofficc. Don't forget that Rogers' has re- ' civcd a fine line of new goods. The TRIISUNI ; , this week , chronicles-a aood ; many changes of habitation. Birds , feathers , and plumes of .all descriptions at Mrs. S. A. llowcll's. ' 31r. and 3Frs. W. K. Taylor of Cul- heitson were in McCook on Saturday. Mr. J. F. Black of Red Willow rai...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 4 October 1883

T rf f i THE .TBIBUNE. . A. II. CUFF ROTH , Publisher. McCOOK. - : : : : NEB NEBRASKA ITEMS. The Index says dozens of men can find employment at Doniphau. Liberty Journal : Last Wednesday the B. &M. passenger train from Greto was a little behind time and came thundering down the grade between Blue Springs and Wymore at faster than the usual speed , and when it came to whore the wagon road crosses the track between the two towns It rim into a horse and buggy , 'killing the ani mal instantly and knocking the buggy into pplintera. The driver was hurfed violently from the buggy and is seriously injured. The man was from Kansas , and was up in that neighborhood dealing in horses , lie will leave a wife and family should he die , which will , we fear , prove to be the case. Greenwood Eagle : Frank Williams , a boy about fifteen years of age , living'near Elmwood , collected $55 of his employer's money and skipped the country. He was traced to Lincoln , and in a short time was in the c...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 4 October 1883

POLITICAL. , BOSTON , September 25.In the green back convention to-day Butler was renom- Inated for governor. In the proceeding * * of the convention Dr. Bland attempted to make a talk , but the chair declined to recognized , him. Strong objection was made hv delegate to hlfl Hpeuklng. Ho llnally subsided. Armstrong vigorously denounced Bland , and nald If ho was a true greenbacker ho would withdraw. The convention ap proved this Kcntlment In a general uproar. A motion waa made that Bland bo given ten minutes to explain himself. The ut- rnont confusion prevailed. Members ntood up shouting for anil against the motion. Lithman ' said this convention would be painted by the opposition press In unprece- dently vivid colors. "Let 'em paint , " shouted the delegates. A hat was then passed round , and $13.18 collected. A delegate moved that Gov. Butler bo nominated by acclamation. This motion was carried unanimously with i great enthusiasm. The resolutions were then read : The preamble den...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 4 October 1883

CITIZENS' BANK OF McGOOK -DOES A GENEIIAL- BANKING BUSINESS Collections raado on all accessible points. . Drafts dra\vn _ directly on the principal cities or' Europe. Taxes paid for Non-Residents. iloney to loan on Farming Lands , Village and personal property. Fire Insurance a.specialty. . . Tickets for Sale to and from Europe , \ ' OFFI5SB3 : - COE233POOTSOTC : . W.DOLAU' , J. PrcHidcnh rirst National Bank. Lincoln , Neb. . V. Fit ANKLIN. Vice President. ( "Imse National Bank , New York. W. F. WALLACE , Cafchicr. . FREES & HOCKNELL , , -rROPllIETDUS OF THE- DEALERS IN LUMBER , LIME , CEMENT , SASH , DOORS , BUNDS & COAL YARDS AT'T HcGoak , Xudmaola , Cambridge , A'rapah'oe , and Oxford ] A COMPLETE LINK OF' Wines and Liquors Strictly for Medicinal Purposes , . PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED , , EITHER DAYOK ' lansiil's Punch , America's Finest 5c. Cigar , DM. WILLEY & JOHNSON , McCOOK , NEB. iJL Ui fy lllll rill Is ! ira on v-i via t-3 t3O . . c rr.O a s. X 1-3 O *...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 11 October 1883

i a OOK VOLUME 2. MTCOOK ; RED WELLOW COUNTY , , THURSDAY , OCT. 11 , 1883. , NUMBER , 19. Business Cards , I. J. STARBUJCK , AttorneyatLaw - . > ; KR. "Will Kite KH-U special attriulCTV lo the jirartlcr cf av.jm _ < 1 innkliiK t-nllrrfloiK ' ? "Illc'c - * ' ' wt S-t-omlbloefc north o'iJcivitr2' < leers uorll ) TCt-n'i ) druj : btorf. JOHN A. LEE. MERCHANT TAILOR * . NMra ka. Pag Ti. Francis , , > County SUrveyor ounty. K ( > pp < certittecli jiMts-of' Inmls in tlic 11 ItclicoL'k laud district. Special attention jrivfii to nil suclnlrnsincsK. Corrchpondence t-oltcit- < * 'i' . * i-noStno /O.TWiir.KY. St. ! > „ L. LEE JnuxcoK. M. I.T to 11. M. K II. Ort > du3tc Wooster. O. Drs. Willey & Johnson , McCOOK. - - NEB. ill xt tend to all calls In tliGi city or country , day . tifflce : Henrof CISzens' llnnlc. \ ' " JO IIS * H. COLLINS , ( ? OTTtractor and Builder. "V Estimates viiee-rfiillyt pivcn on nil kirtds of vorJc. Bst of rrferemjcs. : Addivt > s6r t...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 11 October 1883

A CLEFT STICK. No , there was no doubt about it ; I had drank a great deal more than was good for me , as my aching head and < parched mouth only too painfully proved. It was not the lobster salad I scorned the deception ; it was the champagne. I had always maintained that picnics were a mistake , and now I was certain of it. Do not misunderstand me when I say picnics are a mistake. Your real , rural , half-impromptu picnic with a few intimate friends in some pleasant spot away from the busy humdrum of every-day life is pleasant enough ; but what I inveigh against is that set feast of luxuries , conveyed in a perfectly ap pointed luncheon basket to some hack neyed feasting-place by "pampered . menials , " and in which the only variety from every-day luncheon consists is that it is eaten in an uncomfortable position , instead of the orthodox com fortable one. And this had been the case yesterday. Besides , the company had not been to my taste. Imagine a single man , or , indeed , ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 11 October 1883

THE FATHER OP FISH-COLTUBE. Seth Green's Ideas About the Finny Tribe and Some of His Varied Experiences. Turf , Field and Fwm. "How did you ever come to devise this scheme ? " "I have been working at it ever since I was large enough to bend a pin. " The above remark was addressed to Mr. Seth Green , the veteran fish cultur- ist , who is known to the entire world , and his reply indicates the extent of his labors. "When I was quite young , " he con tinued , "I would lie on the limbs of trees that reached out over the water entire afternoons watching the move ments of the fish and studying their habits. In this way I discovered many characteristics which were before un- known. I saw , as every observer must see , the destructive elements that are warring against fish , and I realized that unless something were done , the life in the streams of this country would be come extinct. To counteract this dis astrous end became my life work , and I am happy to say I have seen its accom plishm...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 11 October 1883

The Tribune I B. CQFFROTH , EDITOF $ uYTICKET. Tor Jiu'prcsontiriive ( to fill vacancy ) UK HOCKSELL , . For County Judge , H. M. ASI1MQKK. ! ' ! > County Clerk , CI1A11LKS IX CRAMER. i. , / : .For. County Treasurer , J. H. GOODRICH. 1 'For Sheriff , , / ; ? , JT.0HXVKLB011X. . fr. ' . ' ' ' For Cormier. * ; ; Ittr. L. IEBJOHNSON. . 'For ' Supt. Public Tnstruetion , C. L. NETTLFA'ON : For Surveyor , TAGE T. FRANCIS. For County Commissioner , * - i ? T fnvw THK sttr rouftc fjxwu Niobrara io Ft Ilandall , Dakota , has been discontinued. John R. Mluar WM ihe lowest biddei for supplying -eexvice upon this route , and was awjwded tlie contract , which was afterwards annuleJ because of some technical impeffieofciojis , Tjbe reasons given at tlie jwet offiee department foi .the abolition of the route , are that since the date of advertisement for proposals the railway system in that section of the country has been extended so great ly that the necessity for the star route .service no lo...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 11 October 1883

The Tribune. yTllUK.S.Txvr , OCT. 1.1th , 1883. The Week's Doings. * Ai- - New goods at. & Rogers' . t Fresh Oysters at Joe's. Go to Rogers' and see Iris new goods. MV. Dolan was -in McCook onTucs- day. Copies of the TR.IEITXK on sale at the Qiost-oflice. For dr3' geodsofevery description go ' < $ -lingers' . Jet buckles for dress dntpery'at Mrs. .S. A. Quite a heavy frest in this locality on Tucsfiav night. r O The fiwt snow of ilic season fe5 ! on 'Thursday morning. iTIats anil caps , -boots and shoes and notions at Rogers.1 Ladies' liair frizzes for. 75 cents aft Mrs.S. A. Boweir.s.j JK A full "line of the Tcry best cigars sft the B. & M. Pharmacy Ottoman - -ribbons all the -new shades at Mrs..S. A. Rov/eU's. 1'ancy and staple groceries , at Rog ers' , at lowest market prices. UDon't forget 'that Rogers1 has re ceived a fine line of new goods. According v to Madam Rumor , we arc -to have a $10.000 groceiy soon. Birds , 'feathers , .and plumes of all descriptions at Mre...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 11 October 1883

THE TBIBUNE. A. B. COFJmOTH , Publisher. MoCOOK , : : : \ NEB NEBRASKA ITEMS. Doniphan Index : A thousand dollars have been raised at Kenesaw for the erec tion of a Freewill Baptist church , and the groundhas only been partially canvassed. It is thought that enough will be raised to build .1 fine church. The house when erected Twill be occupied , in common , by the churches holding services in that town. Tecumseh Journal : E. Keplinger met with a very narrow escape Tuesday while leading a cow. The animal became unmanageable , and after knocking Kep. down , began'hooking and stamping him. He was dug out of about eight inches of mud , with one finger broken , and the entire eft hand badly bruised. Broken Bow-is to have a new school- . house. A stock and agricultural exhibition is to be held at Broken Bow in a few weeks. New rollers , to cost § 5,000 , are to be put into David City's flouring mill. Mrs. Neff , a lady of sixty-nine years , sustained a broken leg by being thrown from a w...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 11 October 1883

THY NAME. I told the rose thy name It blushed and stirred ; 1(3 petals trembled M In ecstncy , I cried thy name aloud and lo ! the bird Burst into song within the thick-leaved tree. I spake It when the moon was gray and cold , And straight from out his cast upshot the sun ; I spake it to the night the clouds that rolled Above dispersed , the stars came one by one. Should any whisper it when on my face * The black earth lies , calm sleeping under ground , I think my heart would beat apace , And that my lips would tremble at the ' sound. And if before the gates of heaven I came , And could for my own worth no entrance win , I think that then if I should name thy name The eternal doors would stir and let me in. CHASED BY BUBNING OIL- CARS. Now Tork Bun. "I don't expect to live much longer , and after I am dead I want you to put in the papers the story of that ride I had from Prospect to Brdcton' in 1869. " The speaker yras Duff , Brown , an old locomotive engineer , who was lying at hi...

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