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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 December 1885

BEA3T&1TEI.LOXTS FRIGES. BOO KS IORTHE MILL ! O N Comalete Novels and Other Works , by Famous Authors , Almost Given Away ! T > f foilanin-1,00' > trc poWI.lie.lIn t t ; > araphl form. m ny ot them liundMimvly Jlluntrated , aud a.l are rrtnleil IvS JonTlr7.u.noH uf 1&.T ot ul. . ud think no OLC cau cumlur tbe . . " ort > i'r. . e i of a grcnl iety ; t vr ! uTu S ? uuSteslh" ! mw fbi b * or lit v.a Jltc w p . -.i lu clutU-Uuud furm tM.e book , mould co.l | 1M ) t l > . Etch beet ts co'3iit-tc lusvt \ - l.Thc Widow Itcdott - - - - - - jc. At llic World'nJIcrcr. A Jfoiet. n.r Horenca ln. IVarikn. auiluT ot " TLc ll u c tui Hie ar > li. ito. OTTTwhich j-our tran-iujja i II. Mildred Trvvmiluu. A.Noiel. Jy " The Daii * ' U It e cr a it It Jutl a lumir to j' * ' far Home Adornment , aa en- el * . * auilit r of "Mulir Jtatu. etc. irrt/ew ortM-'il Work l" > ' " * uuiiitu iwr " > * lli. l urU J uj R. AfL Bjr Ilngh Conwar , author Inurucilrns lor rolv.S Uncjr bw...

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 — 3 December 1885

THE M'COOK TKTBTJMJ. SDPPtEMENX. McCOOK , KEB. FACT AND FANCY. Poannts'grow to perfection in and around Yuma , Cal. In .Nevada the jack rabbits have taken to girdling apple trews. In sonio parts of California gold It extracted from the ore by electricity. Eleven organ-grinders arrived at Jacksonville , Fla.in one day recently. By strict attention to business Ital ian chestnut-peddlers make $1.50 per day. day.Prohibition Prohibition tickets were nominated in thirty Pennsylvania counties this year. Oculists think another half century will see all Americans wearing spec tacles. AnElmoro , Vt , man , 42 year old , is reported to have eloped with a girl1 15. New York is manufacturing canes as big as base-ball bats to keep the dudes from blowing away. There are over three thousand Knights of Labor in Seattle and Taco- ina , Washington territory. "White quail are among the curiosi ties of the animal kingdom to bo found at Pinal , Arizona territory. Two Mormon missionaries arc preaching in ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 December 1885

Thursday. December 34.1885. CONGHEGATIONAI-Sundny School at 10 A. M. every week. Prcaclilujr services every Sunday nljrht at 7. M. T. Also , pvcry alter nate Sunday tnornlnjr nt 11. M. T. Exceptions to the nbovp will 1m notlecd in locale. ' i GKOKGK DU.VR.IN , Pastor. ST. Services every Sunday at Id : A. M. iinfl 7 P. M. . mountain time. Sunday J h/ml nt Ti P. M.The Mjrvlcos and Suinlav f-aliool will he held for tin : future In llm n'-n- cliurcli. All arc cordially invited , font * free. W. S. Wiir.Kun. I'a .tor. CATHOMC. Services will lie held In Un church once every four wec-ltu. THOMAS ( 'ui.r.K.x. Pastor. M ( cOO 1C 1X1 IKS K A. liiA , t. A Hcjnilnr meetings. Tuesday utelit oil sAM liururo lull moon ofi-vurv nioiith. sA .V. W. M. Wir.i.inv GIIOVK I.oixir. 1C. oi P. , P. . Jh-uiH the II rM and third WV.lm-H- evening of < acli nionlli. .1. W. CAMI-IIKI.I. , < ; . r. A. M. SPAI.UI.NU. 1C. It. S. HOCICM'.U , JlOSK POMIMNV. Kl'Sr- ular iiieetiiijrson tliMlrst Wednesday 'evening...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 December 1885

sns KISSED Slio kissed nie , my beautiful darling , I drank the delight of licr lirs ; Tlie universe incited together , Mortality btood in oclijjse. * A spirit of light stood before me , I heard a far rustle of wings ; The kinss of the earth were as beggars , And the beggars of car6h were as kings RICHARD REALF. MUTEST AM ) MUPJ Man's Extremity AmidVind and Wave American Hural Home. We were becalmed in mid-Pacific The sails swelled no more than if they had been molten sheets in the tropical sunshine. Yet there was something strange about thesea.for it was rough We had been making good time the day before and I concluded we must have come into a region over which some storm had passed. It was the dry season , too , and I could not ac count for it. But a man finds a good many things on the high seas that he can't readily account for , however scientific he may pretend to land-lub bers to be. When a man loves the sea , the deck of a ship is more to him than a palace , and the salt air ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 December 1885

SHE KISSED ME. She kissed mo , my beautiful darling , I drank the delight of her lif s ; The universe melted together , Mortality stood in ccijse. ! * A spirit of light stood before me , I lie.ard a far rustle of wings ; The kings of the cartli were iv beggars , Aud the beggars of car h were as kinga RICHARD REALF. MUTINY AM ) ME ] Man's Extremity Amid Wind nnd Wave. American Rural Home. We were becalmed in mid-Pacific. The sails swelled no more than if they had been molten sheets in the tropical sunshine. Yet there was something strange about theseafor it was rough. We had been making good time the day before and I concluded we must have come into a region over which some storm had passed. It was the dry season , too , and I could not ac count for it. But a man finds a good many things on the high seas that he can't readily account for , however scientific he may pretend to land-lub bers to be. When a man loves the sea , the deck of a ship is more to him than a palace , and the sal...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 December 1885

A QBE AT WESTEtlX INDUSTRY. Represented Ity Men. in tlie Cattlemen's Convention in St. Zouto. The cattlemen have taken St. Louis by storm. Nearly 5,000 representatives of this great western Industry were in session in that city. Of these neatly 1,000 arc duly accredited delegates to the second national convention of cattlemen , the first convention having been held there In November of last year. Until that time the cattle industry of the west was little knoWn and less cared for , except by those wirg were directly engaged In the busi ness , bu so pronounced was the character of f the gathering , BO vast were the interests rep resented and EO great was the attendance that the importance and magnitude of the In dustry secured recognition in all channels of TOtnmerce , and made its influence felt every where as one of the principal factors In the sommercial world which regulates the laws of supply and demand. Forty-one states and territories arc repre- lented by the delegates. A speci...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 December 1885

I B , M , BRISKBY & 00'S ' 0LOTHING HOUSE-THE OF ATTRACTION ! ' Everybody is greatly excited , over , the prices E. MBRICKEY & .Cp. are making on Clothing , and are rushing in to capture some o'f thier never equaled Bargains before the assortment is broken. The cause of this agitation is that we bought'an immense quan'tity of Clothing of an eastern manufacturer , who was'elosing out his winter stock , and by taking the entire remaining stock in the - - , ; several lines , got them at a reduction of nearly BO per cent , and are giving our customers the benefit of our big strike. . * , . * . I A nice suit for $6 , worth 88. A heavy all-wool suit for $8.50 , that would be cheap at $10. For $10 we sell a fine all-wcol fancy check suit , worth $13. A fine cassimere suit , all wool , heavy weight , for $12 , worth § 16. 2 = Tliis is our great seller. We have the same goods in plain colors and in fancy checks and plaids. See it and you will buy it. WE MEAN BUSINESS. THIS IS NOT MER...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 December 1885

VOLUME IV. McCOOK-RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , DECEMBER 1O , 1885. NUMBER 28 : SWEET MUSIO GONOMIGAL ! T H a > - ) 3 * ' H W PW 0 McCracken , eweler ! NOW OFFERING ifcs3 - My Stock is Full and Complete , Embracing Everything New and Novel in \ AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF SILVER AND PLATED WARE The Finest in the West , and at Prices that Can't be Beat in this Country. I ALSO HAVE A FINE LINE OF BOOKS At Half Price ! Well Bound , Finely Printed smd Make H.mdsome Gifts. Dickens , 15 Vol. , $9.75. Irving's Woiks. 10 Vol. , $0.50. Eliot's Works. 8 Vol. , lessthan $ G. Hundreds of others in proportion. Single books , 45c , to 65c. These prices can't be beat. I AM ALSO WESTERN AGENT FOR A POSSESSING ALL THE NEWEST AND MOST VALUABLE IMPROVEMENTS , THE \ IS THE PERFECTION OF SEWING MACHINES. BE SURE TO SECURE A CHANCE IN THE FREE GIFT DISTRIBUTION. Paintings are Worth $25. Remember the Place. McGracken's Jewelry Emporium , McCOOK , NEBRASKA. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES LAN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 December 1885

THE TEIBUNE. F. M. & E. M. , , Pubs. MoCOOK , NEB NEWSOFNEBEASKA A MYSTERY CLEARED. Beatrice Special to the Lincoln Journal : News has been re ceived here that J. F. Chestnut , a former resident oi this county was murdered in Kansas' little more than a month ago , and that a man accused ot the crime is held for it in. Illinois.-.Tho discovery was brought about by circumstantial evidence. The 15th oi last October Chestnut , with a wagon and four horses , camped near Rice , Cloud county , Kansas. Four days later his body was found in the Republican river , not far from wliere he had camped , with a charge of shot in his head. Nothing what ever was known of him by the people in the vicinity not even his name. It was re membered that on the evening Chestnut camped , a man named Aaron Wells bor rowed a gun to go hunting and that he camo back with a horse the same night and was not seen again. Inquiries were made and it was found that he had shipped some horses and a wagon to Augusta ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 December 1885

' 1HE SEAT OF CO VERNSIEliT. Miscellaneous Stutters of Interest at the Aa- tlonal Capital. Governor Seulfck , of Arizona , telegraphs Eecretary Lamaf that be has taken steps to counteract the Incendiary articles that have recently appeared In the Arizona papers against tho San Carlos Indians. These ar ticles he states , haye bad the effect of Incit ing the passions of bad white men against these Indians , which is destructive of the peace of the territory. Indian Inspector Arm strong telegraphs that all Is quiet among the Indlans'on the'Tongue-rlvcr. " Lleut'nant-general Sheridan , and Inspector peneral Baird , who have gone to Arizona on an Indian Inspection tour , received verbal In structions direct from the President The In structions will not be made public , but it is known that the President is perplexed by the conflicting reports received , regarding the management of Indians in Arizona and New Mexico , and is desirous of getting definite In formation on the subject that ha ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 December 1885

Fie F. M.E. . KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. Official City and County Paper. TDE Obcrlin Herald is authority for the statement that W. D. Street , at one time editor of the Herald , will shortly is sue a daily at Oberlin. SENATOR SHERMAN of Ohio has been elected president pro tern , of the senate. Carlisle of Kentucky , speaker of the house of representatives. THE great , palpitating heart of the de mocracy is pulsating nowadays with ner vous vigorousness over the prospect of a republican senator being elevated to the vice-presidency. THERE seems to be three Kichtnonds in the field forregistcrship of the Bloom- ington land office Vancil and Ashby of Franklin county , and J. D. Calhoun of the Lincoln Journal. Bloomington Guard. THERE seems to be slight cause , if any , for anxiety concerning the presi dential succession. Grover is enjoying his accustomed robustuous health. Our democratic brethren can , we imagine , content their souls in peace. THE public debt has increased , ac c...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 December 1885

\ 4 : | | Y THEY - : - ALWAY : - LE With a View of Making some Slight Changes in our Business , we Offer our. ' \ LADIES' CLOAKS AN RKETS ! AT \ I J We carry the Stock for the people ! We make Prices to please the people ! * And we want the people's trade ! 14 POUNDS GRANULATED SUGAR $1 00 Everything in the Grocery Line at 8 POUNDS Dir/vvouTii COKFKE 1 00 15 POUNDS WHITE EXTRA "C" SUGAR 1 00 1C POUNDS DRIED APPLES 1 00 20 POUNDS NEW YORK BUCKWHEAT FLOUR 1 00 . * . 3im ? & ! f 15 POUNDS Ni\v : PRUNES 1 00 S POUNDS AKUUCKLE'S COFFEE : . . 1 00 14 POUNDS XKW DRIED PEACHES 1 00 8 POUNDS MCLAUGHLIN'S COFFEE 1 00 THAN ANY HOUSE IN THE REPUBLICAN VALLEY. 14 POUNDS NEW CURRENTS 1 00 are Agents for Butterick's Paterns , and carry a Full and Complete Assortment. Be sure and see us before buying elsewhere. Corner Main and Dennison Sts. r Denver to Chicago , Donvor to Kansas City , Denver to Omaha , Omaha to Chicago , Kansas City to Chicago , Omaha to St. Louis , * BEST LINE FROM SURE COKKE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 December 1885

I IA3R.V3aiL.IaOXTS M I LLION . . . cub. Each buok U comp'ttc lu It.iU. 1. The Widow Ili-dott J'npcr . T" ' ? ' evfrwblcli jour uranluioUiiH lau tieil tut Uiry wltil , aua UliJartmtfaiinrioiUyatltcicr wa I 1. Funey Work for Home AJornmont , an en. tirelr ue * work tiiwn tnii m > > jcct. IOM.UUIU ; ta v . .ca HKtlciI iQ.triiciIons for Rufclu ; I uc > L.u..ti. . nail JIOC'.L-U , bracVcw. ucMie nori. cutroUcrj , tit. , etc. , pro- fnwlvandclczanilylllu.traicl. ' for llicoune. . .M S. Grimm' * Kilrr Morku \oune. fin t collection of t ir t n < ir ] iabU > ! 1. I'-it c-lla. rea will lM lclihtc I ttli them. 4. Tho I.a.lr > l thy I.uLc. VrIt VattrrS fit. "TlicLalrof tlinljVe Ii n roiuaw In icr e. cd ii..U the wi--k of Scoit HOTN more bcaati'ul fian UiU. 5 Manual of KllUrtle > ir Lilic * auJ l.inU nFa , a TOl Ic 10 polltcuc.n an I x + vl lirwlla. , ' . gnUj uc rule , of raulom til luctie f.ir nil oj-v ion . C. Tho MniMlunl KrtlcrVrltcr fsr Laul and Rcutlr-iiea. cu uyicto...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 December 1885

* KM Thursday , Hecember 10,1885. CONGREGATIONAL. Sunday School at 10 A. M. every week. Preaching sen'Iccs ox-cry Sunday night at 7. M. T. Alco , every alter nate Snmlny morning at II. M. T. Exceptions to the above will be noticed in locals. K DUNGAN , Pastor. school will behold for tlie futiirn in tlio now church. All arc cordially Invited. SCHIR free. \V. S. WitKirKii. : 1'iiKfor. CATHOLIC. Sorvicen wilt lie held in the church once every four u-eokn. THOMAS McCOOK JXTGE A. F. & A. M.- Ilejfulur meetiriRS. Tuesday night on or before full moon of fvery month. S. L. O KEEN , W. M. F. L. McCitACKKN. Secretary. Wir.M > w GIJIIVK LODGE K. OK P. , TJ. J ) . .Meets the first and third Wednes- uy evening of each month. J. W. CAMPIIKLT , . C. C. A. M. Si'.u.niNn. K. K. S. HOCKNKI.r , IIOSK COJU'ANV. nhir meetings on the lirst Wednciidiiy evening of each month. 11. Ji. AiicmiiAr.D , Chief. B. OP L. E. nrotherhnod of LocoiwitivcKn- Klneerp. Meet liret and fourth Saturdays of each month...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 December 1885

DONT WAIT TILL YOU'BE OLD. Don't wait till you're old For your love to be told , iTor tie little blind qod is capricious ; In young hearts lie delights , And , If robbed of liis rieht * , May reseat It In ways quite mal clous. He may cause you to pair With a mild fresli and fair , Vfho at heart cans for naught but your money , Or make you regret With some nnclon I coquette , Ihe old days that w ere buoyant and sunny. For flrat love at least Lids hfs gu'.sts to the fea t fnthe heyday of youth and of passion ; And the laggard may find , If to fondness inclined , 3olh his speech and his looks out of fashion. Then whisper your vows Under Youth's budding boughs , With a world and your future before you , Nor wait till the sere Of old age to make clear Chat a bcart may be wooed to adore you. So uncertain Is life That a well-chosen wife Should companion one's years of discretion From the thieshold , elate , Of man's sturdestate , test Le miss , by delay , the possession. THE COOK'S DOUBLE....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 December 1885

OTJLERWiSB AND PERSONAL. JACQUES PEUOT , ono of the threi men who saved Napoleon from boin $ killed in the Orsini assassination plot , , is a rag-picker in New York. GEN. McCLELLAN is said to have ejj pressed a wish that ho might be buried at Antietam. "Then I can get u ] with my boys when tho reveill sounds. " AT tho crematory on Long island an j experiment was , , uiado with * the body of a ram weighing seventy-live ( pounds , which was in two hours con verted into twenty-four ounces ol white ashes. SOME school children in Boston dis covered a widow named Hannah Dickens , 87 years of age , living in a hencoop in the suburbs , existing : on a federal pension of $1 a week. A fracture of her right wrist disabled her for needle work. A MAN who has been playing the hemorrhage game along the roadwaj-a in the vicinity of Boston by means ol a bladder of reddish liquid held in his mouth was thrown into jail at Walthara , after realizing considerable money. j ABOUT one hundred sympathizer !...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 December 1885

f'E * * ' E , M , BRE3KEY & 00'S'0LOTHING ' HOUSE THE 0ENTER OF ATTRACTION ! vi Everybody is greatly excited over the-Prices'E. M. BRICKEY. & CO. , are making on Clothing , and are rushing in to capture some of their ' 7 never equaled Bargains before the assortment is broken. The cause of thi's agitation is that we bought an immense quantity of Clothing of an eastern manufacturer , who was closing out hiswinter stock , and by taking the entire remaining stock in the several lines , got'them at a reduction of nearly 60 per cent , and are giving our customers the benefit of our big strike. A nice suit for $6 , worth $8. A heavy all-wool suit for $8.50 , that would be "We are selling a good heavy durable suit for $4.50 , sold everywhere for $6 to $7. cheap at $10. For § 10 we sell a fine all-wcol fancy check suit , worth $13. A fine A fancy plaid suit for § 16 , worth 620. In finer goods we have a large variety of * cassimere suit , all wool , heavy weight , for § 12 , worth § ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 December 1885

lit VOLUME IV MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , DECEMBER 17 , 188S. NUMBER 29. WEET MUS ! iGONOMICAL ! DOT ! ARS SAVFDI ! .JUJLl iUVO Ori V JLJL/n [ [ U > ' y McCracken , Jeweler ! NOW OFFERING n UN : Watches , My Stock is Full and Complete , Embracing Everything New and Novel in AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF SILVER AND PLATED WARE The Finest in the West , and at Prices that Can't be Beat in this Country. I ALSO HAVE A FINE LINE OF BOOKS AtHalf Price ! Well Bound , Finely Printed and Make Handsome Gifts. Dickens , 15 Vol. , $9.75. Irving's Works. 10 Vol. , $0.50. Eliot's Works. 8 Vol. , less than $ G. Hundreds of others in proportion. Single books , 45u , to G5c. These prices can't be beat. I AM ALSO WESTERN AGENT FOR Ti POSSESSING ALL THE NEWEST AND MOST VALUABLE IMPROVEMENTS , THE ROYAL ST. JOHN ! IS THE PERFECTION OF SEWING MACHINES. And i ! is ie Verv IHIacliine You Want , BE SURE TO SECURE A CHANCE IN THE Lin THEDAI T FREE GIFT DISTRIBUTION. ' Paintings are Worth...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 December 1885

TEIBU3STE. F. M. & E. M. KIBIMEI/L , rubs. McCOOK , NEB NEWSOFNEBEASKA THE SLEEPING BEAUTY. Dr. A.B.Ehvood , o ! North Bend , is in the city in attendance as a witness in the United States court. He was seen last evening at the Paxton by a reporter and gave , in the course ol a conversation , some interesting facts re garding ' 'the sleeping girl , " who has created such a sensation throughout the country. "I made a typ to the home of the sleeping girl on yesterday , " said the doctor , "and was greatly interested in her case. I want to Bay to begin with , however , that many of the newspaper stories which have gained currency are entirely false. Especially that which stated she was illy , cared for and ' that her clothing has not'been changed in four weeks. That is erroneous. Hex father , Mr. Dishner , is a very well- to-do-farmer eight miles northeast from Columbus. He has a nice large farm , a commodious , sub stantial house , and the family is highly re II spected. Now as to...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 December 1885

LIQUID FUEL. An Imuiftr.sfct'avln ! ; of Co.il , and Labor Ac- comiillshcil Uy n , New Discovery. Tho expenditure of ingenuity , time , and money which has been going on for many years past in the endeav or to iililr/.o 113 dro carbons as fuel under boilers for ra sing steam testi fies to the importance ot the subject , while the persistency with which it continues to be pursued bears witness to itKjv'icinatiou and to the valuable char&fter of the results which are ex- pecteu vlo follow practical success. Thnl success would mean : tu enormous saving in our solid fuel coal while our steamships would he relieved of sonic 6U per cent of their fuel weight , which could either be assigned to cargo or , on long voyages , u double supply of liquid luel could be carried. So long ago , as 1880 Mr. H. Pinkus claimed to have used hydro carbons in conjunct on with streams of vapors for steam-raising purposes and Iroui that t.uic down "to the present en gineers and inventors have not for any...

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