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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 18 June 1885

The Tribune " F. M. &E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. Official City and County Paper. THE Democrat by Messrs. Thompson & Wablquist made its introduotory.bow to the people of Red Willow county , last Saturday , in answer to a "Jong-felt want. " No. lisa very creditable sheetj well filled witb local news and of neat typographical appearance. THE governor has appointed as the Live Stock commissioners under the new law Messrs. J. 0. of Sa state , . . . Birney , line county , D. D. Johnson , of Cass , and Geo. W. Barnhart , of Cheyenne. These gentlemen are all old residents of the state , are experienced farmers and stock growers and are known as clear headed and energetic citizens. They will undoubtedly make an ener getic board of commissioners. A state veterinarian remains to be appointed but the selection will be made in a few days. There are numerous applicants for the position. Lincoln News. -E. ROSEWATER'S testimony in his libel suit against the Omaha Republican , in...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 18 June 1885

! * - fr Thursday. June i8th , 1885. 'V ' ' - CONGREGATIONAL. Sunday School at 10 A.M. every week. " Preaching : services every Sunday night at 7.30 , M. T. Also , every alter nate Sunday morning at 11 , M. T. Exceptions to the above will be noticed In locals. GEOIIOE DITKOAK , Pastor. METHODIST. Services every Sunday at 11 A. M. nnd 7:30 P. II. . mountain time. Sunday School at 3 P. M. The services and Sunday school will bo held for the future In the Opera Hall. All are cordially Invited. Scats free. W. S. WHEELER , Pastor. . .CATHOLIC. Services will bo held In the Hall once every four weeks. THOMAS CDT.I.EN , Pastor. A. P. & A. M. McCook Lodfte , U. D. , meets on the flrst and third Tues days of each month. G. L. LAWS , W. M. T. G. UEES. Secretary. B. & M. R. R. Time Table. EAST LEAVES : EAST LEAVES : . No. S . 6:30 , A. M. 1 No. 40 . 5:23 , P.M. I "WEST LEAVES : WEST LEAVES : f. No. 39 . 1:00. P. II. I No.l . 8:55 , P. M. , * , tSTEastbound trains run on Central Time , an...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 18 June 1885

# - * _ ' " / . - - " ' _ v ' " / : ' ' ; , ! ' ' ' - ' ' " " ' ' , - . ' : ' f y PERU o 1 MIL , I I Each story of tho Sheldon Cotton Factory is fifteen feet between floors ; there are seven such over the basement , and this rises six feet above the ground . The brick walls narrow to eight inches as they ascend , and form o parapet ris ing above the roof. One of the time Ife keepers in tho factory , Jack Hardy , e If young man about my own age , often Ifk runs along the brick work , the practice giving liim a singular delight that has seemed to increase with his proficiency in it. Having been a clerk in the works from the beginning , I have frequently used the parapet for a foot-path , and although there was-a sheer fall of one hundred feet to the ground , have done it with ease and without dizziness. Oc casionally Hardy and I have run races , on the opposite walls , an exercise in which Twas'invariably beaten , because I'became timid with increase of pace. . Hopelessly distanced on...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 18 June 1885

Castor Oil. One of the'chief uses to which castor oil is now put is that of dressing and softening leather for boots. It was formerly used for dosing children whose stomach's were disordered. And. an awful dose it was , Now we give suffering children Brown's Iron Bitters , which tones the stomach , regulates di gestion , and imparts strength to the yrhole body. Brown's Iron Bitters are incomparably better than castor oil , and more pleasant to take. Jay Gould prefers traveling by water to riding on tho rail. Don't Skip This. So many schemes nro put before the public ior tho increase of newspaper circulation , which seem to bo plausible and yet aro fraud ulent , that when a legitimate , honest effort is made to build up tho circulation of a legiti mate , honest paper , by legitimate , honest means , people who have been so many times duped aro very slow to respond to the genu ine scheme. Wo aro led to this train of thought by a perusal of tho advertisement of THE AMERICAN RrjnAi , HO...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 18 June 1885

MRS. T. NELIB , A . rp rp TTpi . r s , " * JbrjL. JL JL A. JL J J New York Millinery Store Has a Handsome Assortment of Trimmed Hats and Bonnets IN THE. liATRST STYIiRS. EMBROIDERIES , CHILDREN'S COLLARS , VEILINGS AND GLOVES. New Style of Hair Goods. Fine and "Well Selected Assortment of Black Colored Lacesta Irish Point Embroidery , And Many Other Things too Numerous to Mention. HALLACK & HOWARD , ( Successors to H. W. PIKE. ) DEALERS IN LUMBER SHINGLES , , LATH , DOORS AND BLINDS , Cement , Lime and Coal. CORNER RAILROAD AND MANCHESTER STREETS , ' McGOOK , - NEBRASKA. LUDWI6K & TROWBRIDGE , FURNITURE , STOVES , TINWARE , ETC. A GENERAL LINE OF MattressesTabiesSpringsGhairsEtc , , , , , ALSO DO GENERAL JOB WORK IN Tin , Sheet Iron if Copper Ware. Dont Fail to Call & Examine Our Goods. West Dennis on Street , McCook , Neb. This Stallion , bought of JR. Daniels , Short Horn breeder , Omaha , bred by Millard of same place , was sired by OLD MESSENGER CUB , the first horse...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 25 June 1885

McOooK EKLY VOLUME IV. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JUNE 25 , 1885. NUMBER 4. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE MeCook , Nebraska. Q. L. U7TS , EcgUtsr. C. F , EABCOOE , Seeclvcr. OFFICE Houns : From 9 A. M. to 13 M. , and 1 to 4 P. M.t mountain time. < ' COCHRAN & HELM , ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND GENERAL AGENTS , McCOOK , rb NEBRASKA. Prompt and careful [ fagg n given to Law Cases In all tlio Courts of the State and all classes of U. S. Land Business transacted before the local office at. McCook. Nebraska , and the Interior Department at Washington , 1 > . ( ? . Contests a specialty. Will pros ecute claims for Pensions and claims for Increase of Pensions. Notarial business done and lands bought and sold oh reasonable terras. JSfOfllce 1st door south of the U. S. Land Office. 3.29 ATTOENEY - : AT - : - LAW , AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Asont for tlio .Lincoln Land Company. Real T tuto Boujrht and Sold and Collections M nilo. C2 ? Ofllcc , Opposite Posto...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 25 June 1885

THE TEZBUNE. F. M. & B. M. KIDDIKIX , Pubs. McCOOK. NEB NEWS OFNEBEASKA , _ TBECAUTioir AGAINST PESTILENCE. Tho Union Pacific comes to the front with a re minder that a visitation of cholera ia ex pected hero this summer , although , how ever , no one as yet seems much frightened at the dire prospects. The general euperin tendent issues the following circular in which much will bo read with profit in households not the least connected with railways : In view of the probable appearance ol cholera in this country , attention is called to the necessity for a rigid enforcement ol the company's rules in regard to cleanli ness , and for the use of disinfectants and other preventive measures against dista Tho most important means of prevent ing disease is cleanliness cleanliness not only of person , but of the surroundings ; no disinfectant can take its place. All shops , stations , and adjacent grounds should be kept scrupulously clean and neat , and decaying animal or vegeta ble matt...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 25 June 1885

> / Mmmz * How. CHARLES L. SCOTT , of Blchmond , Va. , appointed Minister Resi dent and Consul General to Venezuela * , THE MURDERER. du Account of His Arrest and Trial in Hew Zealand Strong Circumstantial Eol- denee. San Francisco dispatch : Tho steamer City of Sydney , from Australia , arrived this morning with Sydney advices of May 21 , and Auckland , New Zealand , ol May .26. Auckland papers contain an. account of the arrest on May 25 ol Walter P. I/en- aor Maxwell alias Theodore Cecil Danguer , charged with having murdered Charles A. Preller at St. Louis , April 25. The arrest was mado by United States Consul Gamble , who received a telegram from the chief of police of St. Louis with instructions to that ffect. Two days later Consul Gamble re- ceived a telegram from the United States ( Secretary of state authorizing him to make the arrest. Two detectives boarded the -steamer at Tiritiri. The purser , in reply . to their questions , stated that there was a i ; man among the ,...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 25 June 1885

The Tribune F , M , &E.-M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. Official City and County Paper THE Omaha Bee Jbas changed its tac tics. Rosy now has a fascinating fcraal on the road soliciting subscriptions. STILL another town in Cheyenn- county , Kansas , and this time Eli is its name , and it is situated about 8 mile southwest of Bird ' City. Won't some one that "Eli " suggest get there ? IN a Texas court some lawyers got to fighting. The judge knocked one down and seperated two others. The latter were fined $50 each for contempt of court , while the other was let off , the judge rightly concluding that any con tempt he might have felt for the coun had been thoroughly lifted out of him. It may be inferred incidentally that in the judicial opinion of the court a knock down is worth $50. COJIMISSIOXER SPARKS has made an elaborate report to the Secretary of the Interior concerning the celebrated Max i well land grant claim. The companj ij i j claims 1,700.000 acres , but the Com mis...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 25 June 1885

"vf fff-- . : Thursday , June 25th , 1885. CONGREGATIONAL. Sunday School at 10 A. M. every week. Preaching services every Sunday night at 7.30. M. T. Also , every alter nate Sunday morning at 11. M. T. Exceptions to the above will bo noticed In locals. GEOUOE DUSGAN , Pastor. METHODIST. Servicos every Sunday at 11 A. 31. and 7:30 P. M. . mountain time. Sunday School at 3 P. M. Tho services and Sunday school will be held for the future In the Opera Hall. All arc cordially invited. Seats free. W. 8. WHEBLEJI , Pastor. CATHOLTC.-ServIces will be held in the Opera Hall onco every four weeks. THOMAS CULLEX , Pastor. A. F. & A. M. McCook Lodge , TL. D. , meets on tho first and third Tues days of each month. G. L. LAWS , W. M. T. G. HEES , Secretary. B. & M. R. R. Time Table. EAST LEAVES : EAST LEAVES : m No.3 G : : > 0A.M. No. 40 5:25 , P.M. WKST M5AVES : WEST LEAVES : No. 39 1:00. P.M. No.l 8:55 , P. M. BSB Eastbound trains run on Central Time , F and westbound trains on Mount...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 25 June 1885

A TITLE CLEAB. Maybe It was tbe Sunday fare ; * Maybe the Sunday sermon ; Perhaps 'twas but a'plain nightmare I never can determine. . - I dreamed I was en errant shade , - . With otUer shadows hieinc - Alone a road whose dpwnward grade Was simply terrifying. * Berore them all , with haughty head , One held the thief posit on , "Whose lofty mien and stately tread Proclaimed his high condition. - - ' "While In tbe eyes of all the rest Sat trouble and dejection , - His gold-rimmed orbs alone expressed Approving Introspection. We reached a river and embarked Upon a galley gloomy ; . The seat the stranger took , I markefl , Was elegant and roomy. When Chacon came to punch his faro The awf-inspjrlug specter . . Transfixed him with a stony stare , j And seemed to say , "Director. " We reached at length the heavenl. , Tbe press had free adm'ssions " , The common herd was forced to wait / And louded with conditions. | The stranger banded In his card , j Whilemnd tbe door we hovered , And to...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 25 June 1885

Peart. " "I was right peart till the sot in , " said a suffering old man. who lived near the swamp. Fact is , wher ever you live you can t be "right poarb" if 3 ou are a victim of this troublesome disease. Captain C' . W. Hotsenpillcr. Springfield , O. , says : "I found great relief from inflammatory rheumatism by using Brown's IronBittcrs. " Thou sands of other people have found sim ilar relief. Paul J. Hayno , the southern muse , ia feet in his stockings. fOR DISEASES of horses nnd cattle , notlitnar r compares with Veterinary Carbollsalve. It Is the only preparation that leaes no tear and Inva riably grows the hair In its original color , bold by druggists at SO cents and UD. Halford Saucer TrIt on your beam. It li delicious. Sold everywhere. Secretary Bayard weighs 202 pounds. He is uleo a good man. CUR ES Rheumatism , neuralgia , Sciatica Lumbago , Backache , Headache , Toothache , , Burns , Scal ls , Frost Uitcs , JIXD jlLL OTlirtt BODILY PUSS AM > ACHES. Bold ty Dmsslittan...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 25 June 1885

HALLACK & HOWARD , ( Successors to H. W. PIKE. ) DEALERS IN LUMBER SHINGLES , , . LATH , DOORS AND BUNDS , - ; * * - -r ( Dement , Lime and Coal. CORNER RAILROAD AND MANCHESTER STREETS , * McGOOK , - NEBRASKA. LUDWISK & TROWBMDGE , . FURNITURE , STOVES , TINWARE , ETC. A GENERAL LINE OF Mattresses JablesSpringsGhairs Etc , , , , ALSO DO GENERAL JOB WORK IN Tin , Sheet Iron if Copper Ware , Dont Failto , Call % Examine Our Goods. West Dennison Street , - - McCook , Neb. SPANOGLE & RINKER , DEALERS IN HGRICULTUML IMPLEMENTS , WA.GQNS & BUGGIExS. Tubular "Wells , Pumps , -M WINDMILLS A SPE@IALTY. sH- McCOOK Cor. Railroad and Main Sts. , NEBRASKA. Offices at Oberlin , Kas. , and McCook , Neb. i-v- r FREES & HOCKNELL , PROPRIETORS OF THE CHICAGO DEALERS IN Lumber , lime , Yemeni , Sasli , Doors , Blinds , HARD AND SOFT COAL. YARDS AT McCOOK , IHDIMOLA , CAMBRIDGE , ARAPAHOE , AUD OXFORD , CENTRAL MEAT MARKET , CHURCH & BOHANAN Prop. Vegetables and Strawberries FRE...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 2 July 1885

5-i r ? f ; * > V $ : - ; ; , - - - , / 4-v c' * / > - - , - : , - V'tfC'4T V- ; - - ' ti ' f Sf IV McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JULY 2 , 1885. NUMBERS.- BUSINESS DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE MeCook , Nebraska. G. L. LAWS , Stgiiter. ' C. r. BABCOCr , Utcsher OrncE Hb0ns : From 0 A. M. to 13 M. , nnd 1 to 4 P. M. , mountain time. COCHRAN & HELM , f > ATTORNEYS AT LAW L AND GENERAL AGENTS , McCOOK , : NEBRASKA. Prompt and careful attention-Riven to Law Cases In all the Courti of the State and all classes of U. S. Land Business transacted before the local office at McCoolc. Nebraska , and the Interior Department at "Washington , I ) . C. Contests a specialty. Will pros ecute claims for Pensions and claims for Increase of Pensions. Notarial "business done nnd lands bought and sold on reasonable terms. J5T"Oflicc 1st door south of the U. S. Land Office. 3.29 THOS. GOLFER , ATTORNEY - : - AT - : - LAW , V/ AND NOTARY PUBLIC. [ Ajrent for tho Lin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 2 July 1885

DECOBATION-DAr. Tie war-cry thro' the land is stilled. The cannon's sullen Hpsarc dumb ; To-day.througbout our laudvve bear The solemn beal of muffled drum. Tbe Hags hang drooping from the fataff The streets are filled with grave-eyed men ; Jang dormant memories sprlnc to life We live the dead past o'er aijaln. "Wo see thro ] mists of falling tears Tbeivlld , fierce strife of armed bands "We hear the clash of. hostile steel , We feel tbc touch of vanished hands. We part , as In the days of yore , From loved ones long since In the grave ; We hear that mournful sound again , The clanking fenters of the. slave. "We see the'llnes of Blue and Gray Massed for the fight , as in the past ; "We hear the nelglrng of the steeds -4- And waken to ourselves at last. Instead of strife , the lute of peace Breathes softly o'er a grateful land ; Instead of arms the dainty flowers , Arc strenn about on every hand. The Gray now mingles with. tbelJluo In that ctemnl sleep called death , Their strife Is ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 2 July 1885

WASHINGTON'S TREES. Osr Nation's Capital Leads th World la Shady Sidewalks Their Effect on Health. The air of Washington is full , at this season of year , of a white , downy sub stance. If you open your mouth to talk about offices , writes a correspon dent of 'lliz Cincinnati Times-Star , it flies into it ; if you wink at a pretty girl on tho avenue you get it in your eyes. Itllies-into tlie white house .on the wings of the wind , and rolls up in fluffy white balls in tho corners of the great vestibule through which the dis appointed oflice-seekers go out from their-calls on the president It does not stop there. It penetrates to the rooms of the private secretaries , and fho cabinet-room , and even theoffice of the president himself. It attends the cabinet meetings , flies in the faces of the stately heads of the departments , and tickles the noso of the president. It looks like .down , and to the stranger who is not P accustomed to the ways of Washington it to bo down appears , pe...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 2 July 1885

The Tribune F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. Official City and County Paper. THE work of laying rails on the Hold- redge branch was commenced on Tues day of this week. JOHN McCuLLOUGH , the celebrated tragedian , has been pat in the insane asylum at Bloomington. THE Red Cloud Helmet by Will N. King is the latest addition to the jour nalism of the valley , we believe. THE Norfolk Journal will either have to hire a printer or send us a key. We are not connoisseurs of hieroglyphics. WE see it stated that Cheyenne coun ty will shortly be formed into three counties. There is enough land in Chey enne to make three large counties. WE are indebted to the Pairbury Ga zette for a copy of the Jefferson County premium list for the annual fair to be held September 1 4,1885. . The book is from the Gazette presses. THE Gosper County Citizen , which has moved to the new town Elwood , says that the Lincoln Land Co. , owners of the town , have agreed to expend $2,000 in the constru...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 2 July 1885

, _ . . I , ,1,1 , LV Thursday , July sd , 1885. CONGBEGATIONAL.-Sunday School at 10 A. M. every week" . Preaching services every ? Sunday night at 7.80. M. T. Also , overy alter nate Sunday morning at 11 , M. T. Exceptions to the above will bo noticed In locals. . GEOUGK DUNGAN , Pastor. f k METHODIST. Services every Sunday at 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. . mountain time. Sunday School at 3 P. M. Tho services and Sunday school will bo held for the future In the Opera Hall. All are cordially Invited. Seats free. W. S. WHEELEK , Pastor. I'CATHOLIC. Services will be held In the * Vpera Hall once every four weeks. THOMAS CULLEN , Pastor. A. F. & A. M. McCook Lodge , U. D. , meets on the first and third Tues days of each month. G. L. LAWS , W. M. T. G. REES , Secretary. KNIGHTS OF LABOR. Electric Light Assem bly No. 3753 meets the first and third Friday of each month. 8. N. STAY43A , M. W. CLDTE , R. S. B. & M. R. R. Time Table. t EAST LEAVES : EAST LEAVES : No.2 6:30 , A.M. No..40 5...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 2 July 1885

rIf s : - THE TKIBUNE. . ai. & K. ar. KIBEJIEIX , pubs. McCOOK , : : : : NEB NEWS QFEEBEASKA ] , _ TIIB BANNOCK RIOT. When the Associa ted Press last Monday brought the intelli gence of the killing of four Indians by an Indian policeman on the Bannock reserva tion , Gen. Howard at once wired Gen. Mc- Cook , tho commander at Fort Hall , to make thorough investigation and report at once. The Bannock reservation is in southeastern Idaho , just within the west- cn * limits of this department and under Gen. Howard's jurisdiction. No reply to the order has been received and Gen. How ard has concluded that the reporthas been sent by the mails and will contain no tid ings of a serious character. Some weeks ago an article was printed in these columns setting forth the details of Indian restlessness through the northwest and the apprehensions which the inhabi tants of those regions entertained for the approaching summer. The statements were upon the authority of Gen. Howard and were subse...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 2 July 1885

XOXBS OX1 ZEE GXEAX of the bead * Presidents ere National XaMoltum to bo Erected Near Washington. Washington correspondence : Nationa cemeteries are provided for the dead sol dicrs throughout tho United States , and tho distinguished dead hi England are laid away in. Westminster Abbey. A project is now on loot topro vide a national mauso leum near Washington for our deccasec presidents and a bill has been prepared to lie introduced to the next session ol con gress to provide lor the proposed presiden tial cemetery and memorial hall where statues could bo erected to chief magis trates of the nation have passed away. At present somo ol them have neither a slab nor a monument to mark their graves. Gen. Harrison's body rests in a brick vault on , the top ol a little hill five miles west of Cincinnati. A big flat stone lies on its top , but there is no inscription , and the only beauty about the grave is the fine trees which surround it with their per petual green. John Tyler's body is b...

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