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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 July 1886

F. 3F. AND E. M. KDDIELL , Editors ancj Publishers. State Republican Convention. The republican electors of the state of Ne braska are invited to send delegates from the several counties to meet in convention at Lincoln , Wednesday , September 29,1880 , at 7 P. M. , for thcpurposeof placing in nomination candidates for the following state ofllces : Governor. Lieutenant-Governor. Secretary of State. State Treasurer. Auditor of Public Accounts. Coininis'ion'r of Public Lands and Buildings. Superintendent of Public Instruction. AttorneyGeneral. . And for the transaction of such other busi ness as may properly be presented to the convention. The several counties are entitled to repre sentation as follows being based upon the vote cast for Leavitt Burnham , in 1885 , for Re- gentof the University , with one delegate from each county for every one hundred and fifty votes and the major fraction thereof , and one delegate at large from each county : PERSONS unacquainted with the inne facts ...

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 — 22 July 1886

Thursday , July 22(1 ( , 1886. 'Indicates that your subscription to this X paper HAS EXPIRED , and thut n cordia invitation is extended to call and renew the same. Subscription , ? 2 per year. t Local Intelligence. / " Fresh candy at the City Bakery. JSP Go to W. W. Palmer for your harness. 32-tf. , 000,000.00 to loan on farms. Agce & Wiley. Call and inspect our line of Knight Templar cards. Money to loan on improved farms , Agee & Wiley. Choice lemons at Wilcox & Fowler's ibr 50 cents a dozen. Money loaned to persons to make final proof. Agee & Wiley. 10 pounds of Roasted Coffee for $1 \Yilcox & Fowler's. A full line of hardware , stoves and tinware at C. D. Palmer's. Do not forgot the basket sociable at the rink , to'-niorrow evening. All kinds of sheet-iron , tin and cop per work done at C. D. Palmer's. New stock of Children's Clothingjust received at Wilcox & Fowler's. EST'Sweet Michigan Cider of excel lent quality at the City Bakery. Nobby New Suits at W...

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 — 22 July 1886

PERSONS AND THINGS. Dn. CATTBLL. ex-president of Lafay ette college has gone to England. PEKON , the French lion-tamer , keeps his money in a box in his lion's cage. The lion makes a very safe banker. DREAMER TENNYSON is disturbed and angry because pushing capital pro poses to invade his Lsle of Wright with the iron horse and road. IN many fertile cereal-growing dis tricts in southern Russia the crops , covering immense areas , are already beyond hope of recovery , owing to a long-continued drought and excessive heat. CHARLES SPKAGUE PKAKCE'S picture in the Paris salon this year it is twelve feet and a half by eight is hung in the 1 "sallc d'honneur , " on the line and in i the center of the best panel. Bonnat told him that he ought to have the medal , but wouldn't get it EDWIN P. WIIIITLE was buried on the thirty-ninth anniversary of his mar riage day , and the ccflin rested in the same parlor where the mai'riage cere mony had been celebrated , as the home of their wedded life was ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 July 1886

THE PELLO THAT LOST HIS GRIP , It's a long hard road to travel , The one I've journeyed on. Over the rough , sharp gravel From weary dusk to dawn. But now I am overtaken ; Booked for an outbound trip , All shattered and torrow-shaKen- * A fallow that's lost his prip. I was always counted plucky And Independent too , . Till I became unlucky Then cv'rythlng fell through : I never did any shirking But somehow missed my tip , And it kills a rcan for working When he feels he's lost his grip. > Ve're all of us men and brothers While there's an even race , I struggled like the others But couldn't make the pace ; Afld now in a stranger city , My life , like a sinking ship , Soes down , with none to pity The fellow that lost his grip. ind to-day I heard the clinking Of rain-drops on the glass , Their patter through the chinking , Made some dull moments pass More quickly , for they brought me Belief in their cooling drip. Borne little patience taught me A fellow that's lost his grip. I've ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 July 1886

, Ja m METROPOLITAN liDRU McCOOK , NEBRASKA. s . 5 cn M. A , SPALDING , PROPRIETOR , fl I -2. r (0 ( ! Pianos and Organs , I 2.O 3s (0I 5 o I SEWING MACHINES. J. A. TAYLOR , Druggist. P in I hi I P H lliu li DEALERS IN : Sash , Doors , Blinds , Lime , Cement , HARD AND SOFT COAL , MAIN OFFICE AT McCOOK , NEBRASKA. McCOOK FEED MILL , 4 C. A. NETTLETON , Prop. A 11 V5 e "H O All Kinds of CORN SHELLED AND GROUND , BOLTED , ETC. 2. BLOCKS EAST OF RUSSELL'S BARN , McCOOK - - NEBRASKA. a. AGENT FOR- FARM IMPLEMENTS , WAGONS , BUGGIES , WIND MILLS AND PUMPS. DEERING MACHINES A SPECIALTY , CORNER MAIN AND RAILROAD STS. - McCOOK , NEB. OF MeCOOK , NEBRASKA. Makes First Mortgage Loans on Farm Property , OFFICE IN FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING. A. CAMPBELL , PRESIDENT. B. M. FREES , 1ST VICE PRESIDENT. GEO. HOCKNELL , SECRETARY. R. O. PHILLIPS , 2ND VICE PRESIDENT F. L. BROWN TREASURER. KILPAT1UCK BROTHERS. ( Successors to E. D. Webster. ) Horses branded on left hip or left shoulder. P. O. addr...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 29 July 1886

, i. , , * . * , . . . / ( . . - > . . i - . - s --jf - * - IK i-ti. - > - - r /s e 1 A V' V. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JULY 29 , 1886. NUMBER 9. EVERYTHING HAS GONE 1 Our Entire Stock to be Closed IWE HAVE NO OLD SHOP WORN GOODS , . BUT. EVERY' NG IS NEW , CLEAN # STYLISH ! We Guarantee to Sell Goods for Less Money Than Any Dare To. OUR STOCK MUST BE SOLD. - : - COME AND GET OUR PRICES. EVERYTHING NEW McCRAGKEN'S JEWELRY STORE \VHEN YOU WANT A iiUulV flftf , Jlmliliill TFTUFl T1V OR SIKVE.R.WAR.EI. Always go to McCracken's first and save time and money and you will invariably find just what you are looking for. Beware of buying from those outside the regular jewelry busi ness. There is no advantage of dealing with uuprincipled trad ers , deceiving they care not who. McCracken is a square dealer and guarantees satisfaction. Only first-class work done and warranted. EAST SIDE MAIN AVENUE , McCOOK , NEBRASKA. THE CITIZENS BANK OF ( INCORPORATED UNDER STA...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 29 July 1886

THE TEIBUNE. F. IOC. & E. M. KIIttiTIEkl , , Pubs. McCOOK NEB , - - - OVER THE 8TATE. A DARING STREET CAR ROBBERY. A daring street car robbery nnd a cold blooded assault upon the driver was conn mitted on the Park avenue car line 01 Lake street , at 10:30 o'clock last night The driver ol car No. 9 was making his las run and was driving at a rapid rate c speed , when ho was hailed by a pasaenge at the corner ol Twentieth and Lak streets. Ho checked the car , which wai boarded boarded by a rough looking man who was apparently in a drunken condi tion. He entered tho car and asked th driver. Julius Peterson , if there would b another car along. Receiving an aflirma tivo reply he sat down near the front cut of the car and remained silent a few min utes. He then pulled the front door opei and asked tho driver to give him ch.angi for a quarter. As Peterson opened tin cash box to comply with tho request lie re coivc l a fearful blow in the back of tin head and wns knocked from liis chai...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 29 July 1886

ABpUT THE HARVEST. ScpofUfrom Fields of tlto Northwest a Little Store Encouraging. A Minneapolis special says : Reports from the harvest fields of tho northwest are a little more encouraging , although generally varying and far from satisfac tory. One thing may bo set down as cer tain : tho crop in Minnesota and Dakota will be very "spotted , " strips ol good and bad running through all sections. This lad is more noticeable this year than ever before. In some counties , even some town ships , one-half the crop is excellent , heads well filled , piuinpy and sound in every way , while the other half is thin , poorly filled and will make very lighfcyicld. The weather of the past ten days has been very favora ble , and has retrieved in a measure the damage done earlier in the season. Light rains have fallen in some sections , and the nights have been cool. Many fields that were supposed to bo very badly injured have come out wonderfully during the past ten days , and reports are continu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 29 July 1886

F. M. AND E. HI. KDOIELL , Editors and Publishers. Sfate Republican Convention. The republican electors of tbo state of Ne braska are Invited to send delegates from the several counties to meet in convention at Lincoln , Wednesday , September U9,1880 , at 7 P. M. , for the purpose of placing in nomination candidates for the following state offices : Governor. Lloutenant-Governor. Secretary of State. State Treasurer. Auditor of Public Accounts. Commis'ion'rof Public Lands and Buildings Superintendent of Public Instruction. Attorney--G eneral. And for the transaction of such other busi ness as may properly be presented to the convention. The several counties are entitled to repre sentation as follows being based upon the votd cast for Leavitt Burnbam , in 18S3 , for Ke- gent of the University , with one delegate from each county for every one hundred and fifty votes and the major fraction thereof , and one delegate at large from each county : County CentraCommittee Meeting. There will...

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 — 29 July 1886

Thursday , July 2901,1886. Indicates that your subscription to this X paper HAS EXPIRED , and that u. cordial invitation Is extended to call and renew tho same. Subscription , $2 per ycur. Local Intelligence. candy at the City Bakery. ESTGo to W. W. Palmer for your harness. 32-tf. , 000 , 000.00 to loan on farms. Agce & Wiley. Call and inspect our line of Knight Templar cards. Money to loan on improved farms. Agee & Wiley. _ Money loaned to persons to make final proof. Agee & Wiley. A full line of hardware , stoves and tinware at C. D. Palmer's. A number of affairs matrimonial are on tapis for early fall. All kinds of sheet-iron , tin and cop per work done at C. D. Palmer's. ! 2F"Sweet Michigan Cider of excel- ' , lent quality at the City Bakery. Money to loan on final proof or deed ed land. J. D. Turner , McCook. C. D. Palmer , opposite McEntee , is j the best place to buy your hardware. Some 250 feet of new sidewalk have been laid on Mcfarland street , this week. If yo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 29 July 1886

A MISSISSIPPI SlfAXE-OEABMEE. A. Dl3frustlnK Exhibition that Had a Had .Effect on an Indiana Gen tleman. "You'll breed the chills ! Come along jvith me ! " Tite remark , writes a Brinkley , Ark. , : orrespondent of The Atlanta Constitu tion , needed no peremptory tone to en force obedience. To one who has seen i real live , genuine Arkansas chill in operation the suggestion alone is suffi.- jicnt. So down came a pair of feet ! rom their elevated place above the iead of the owner , the pipe waspock - Jted , and the morning sun-bath on the piazza was abandoned. Pleasant as Jhey are sun-baths in this state breed ihills , and once bred heaven guard the possessor ! Much might be said of ihem. They stand without a rival ; long igo they reached the acme of chilliness. The bottom lands of other sections may lo their best , may toil and strive and rack their victims , as the } ' will , but fc\ .vhen it comes right down to shaking narrow out of bones , loosening teeth md nail , and then calml...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 29 July 1886

LITTLE LADIES'.WALK. HUNK n. STRAUTTEKre GOOH There were crickets in tho bushes , And glow worms iu the grass , Ami the crows among the pme trees Aere holding noisy mass , And the harebells were n-riugln"1 To greet the little lass. ° From the topmost rail a Fqulrrcl Winked at her with one eve ; Sbp .aughed to sec a peacock iVIth saucy strut go bv , , then an ugly hop-toad Slade her run away and cry. She toddled home unsteady , Wjth dilapidated look ; One shoo was in the brambles , Tne other In the brook ; Her parasol was minus The little wary crook. Her hair was all a-tansle. There were blisters on her nose , Her face was stained with berries , And rumpled were her clothes , And through her draggled stockings Peeped out her pink white toes. J- Poor thing 1 She is so "dreadful sleepy" The "Sand man" he went past ; She wants gome "milk an' cookies" To break the hour's fast And of the "jolly fun" she had " "We'll iievcr hear the last 1 A LOVER'S QUARTETTE. "Well , if j'ou can't get you...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 29 July 1886

METROPOLITAN Ul DRUG STORE ! j TJ < 5 McCOOK , NEBRASKA. 5 n * 5 I 35 M. A. SPALDING. PROPRIETOR , 65 il 11 Pianos and Organs , U ? o 5 SEWING MACHINES. < Q- 5 s. w - ' 5 J. A. TAYLOR , Druggist. V \ * * ' oil I iimlipp Pn i LUIIlil ( i DEALERS IN : LU BER ! Sash , Doors , Blinds , Lime , Cement , HARD AND SOFT COAL. -MAIN OFFICE AT- McCOOK , NEBRASKA. McCOOK FEED MILL , C. A. NETTLETON , Prop. All Kinds of Feed Ground. CORN SHELLED AND GROUND , BOLTED , ETC. 2 BLOCKS EAST or RUSSELL'S BARN , McCOOK - - NEBRASKA. G. P. AGENT FOR- FARM IMPLEMENTS , WAGONS , BUGGIES , WIND M/LLS AND PUMPS. DEERING MACHINES A SPECIALTY. CORNER MAIN AND RAILROAD STS. - McCOOK , NEB. Tie ! OF McCOOK , NEBRASKA. Makes First Mortgage Loans on Farm Property , . OFFICE IN FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING. . . . . . A. CAMPBELL , PRESIDENT. B. M. FREES , 1ST VICE PRESIDENT. . . . . GEO. HOCKNELL , SECRETARY. R. O. PHILLIPS , 2ND VICE PRESIDENT . . F. L. BROWN TREASURER. KILPAT1UCK BROTHERS. ( Successors to ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 August 1886

Iff' \ r * x- V VOLUME V. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , AUGUST 5 , 1886. NUMBER 1O. EVERYTHING HAS GONE 1 v- Our Entire Stock to be Close t WE HAVE NO QLD SHOP WORN GOODS , ; BUT EVERYTHING IS NEW , CLEAN i STYLISH ! We Guarantee to Sell Goods for Less Money Than Any ,4- Dare To. . . OUR STOCK MUST BE SOLD. - : - GOME AND GET OUR PRICES. HARD TIMES ! FIRST QUALITY WARRANTED STEEL Barbed Wire AT 4 % CENT F RR POUND. THESE PRICES ARE FOR SPOT GASH AND DURING AUGUST ONLY. c ll W. C. LaTOURETTE & CO. EVERYTHING NEW ! McCracken's Jewelry Store WHEN YOU WANT A 'Watch , Clock , Jewelry , OR. SILVERWARE ! . Always go to McCracken's first and save time and money . and you will invariably find just what you are looking for. Beware of buying from those outside the regular jewelry busi ness. There is no advantage of dealing with uuprincipled trad . ers deceiving they care not who. McCracken is a square dealer and guarantees satisfaction. Only first-class work done and ....

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 August 1886

THE F. M. & E. M. KIHUfEEIiIi , Fab . McCOOK NEB. , - - - . OVEB TEE STATE. THE ASSASSINATION OF ERSKINE. Burnett special to the Omaha Republi can : The sequel to tho killing of George Downey is ns everyone predicted. John A. Erskine , on tho night of April 10th , last , while engaged in tho moving of n school house , two miles north of Burnett , Madi son county , was assaulted by George Downey. Erskine struck Downey with an axe , in self-defense , nnd Downey died from the effects of the blow. A short time after wards < he school houso was burned down one night. Everyone believed at tho time that it was dono so ns to get Erskine out of his residence , which stands only a tow rods.from tho school houso , in order to kill him. Tho Downeys threatened to kill Erskine and no ono doubted them , as they are known as a tough set. Mrs. Downey , the mother of George Doney , had killed n woman in Iowa and boasted of it. George Downey , deceased , and his brother , Will Downey , so repor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 August 1886

\ 'THE WEAPONS OF WARFARE. The Sill Malting Appropriations for Coast Defense fussed by the Senate. Following is the fortifications appropria tion bill passed by the senate : The following sums be , and the same are hereby appropriated out of any moner in Uio treasury not otherwise appropriated for fortifications and other works of de fense , and the armament thereof , for the fiscal year ending June 30,1887. and for other purposes , mimely : For the protec tion , preservation and repair of fortifica tions and other works of defense for which there may bo no special appropriation available , $100,000 , the same to be ex.- ponded under the direction of the secretary of war ; for continuing the wall around 550,000 ; for continuation of torpedo ex periments and for practical instruction of engineer troops in detail service , § 20,000. Sec. 2. For the purpose of manufacture and erection of the necessary tools and machinery for furnishing and assembling of heavy ordnance at the Frankford ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 August 1886

F. M. AND E. M. KBOIELL , Editors and Publishers. _ 2 State Republican Convention. The republican electors of the state of Ne braska nre invited to send delegates from the several counties to meet in convention at Lincoln , Wednesday , September W , 1880 , nt 7 P. M. , for the purposeof placing in nomination candidates for the following state ofllces : Governor. Lleutcnant-GovcrnoY. Secretary of State. State Treasurer. Auditor of Public Accounts. Commis'Ion'r of Public Lands and Buildings. Superintendent of Public Instruction. AttorneyGeneral. . And for the transaction of such other busi ness as may properly be presented to the convention. The several counties arc entitled to repre sentation as follows being based upon the vote cast for Lcuvitt Burnham , in 1885 , for Re- gentof the University , with one delegate from V each county for every one hundred and fifty votes and the major fraction thereof , and one delegate at large from each county : Ccutles. Solegates. Coutlc : . Delega...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 August 1886

it Thursday , August 5th , 1886. Indicates that your subscription to thif X paper HAS EXPIUED , and thiit a cordial Invitation Is extended to call and renew the game. Subscription , $2 per year. \ \ Local Intelligence. at THE TRIBUHE office for ap stationery , pen holders , pens. It is easier to rain now than not. to W. W. Palmer for youi harness. 32-tf. Friday and Saturday are ' 'proving up" days. , 000 , 000.00 to loan on farms. V , Agce & Wiley. Call and inspect our line of Knight Templar cards. Money to loan on improved farms. Agee & Wiley. Tin horns are not so conspicuous on our streets just now. Money loaned to persons to make final proof. Agee & Wiley. A full line of hardware , stoves and tinware at C. D. Palmer's. Sewing machines sold at cost at the Metropolitan Drug Store. All kinds of sheet-iron , tin and cop per work done at C. D. Palmer's. Money to loan on final proof or deed ed land. J. D. Turner , McCook. C. D. Palmer , opposite McEntee , is the best place ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 August 1886

THE FARMER'S WIFE , Prom out ilic rosy land of dreams She comes at early morning ; The. dew upon tlic meadow gleams , Fair as a bride's adorulupf. Aroma from tbc wavlncr pines , And fields of blooming clover ; .The uolsy brook that sings and shines , "With willows bending over. The eastern sky glows all flame , As though , to one beholding , The gold and sappl > l j clouds that came Were heaven's trates uufoldincr. But all this glory stands apart , Nor charms her with its beaaty , For care sits heavy on her heart , Where falls the line of duty. The cows nwait the milking time With Foft and patient lowing ; The stuidy fanner , in his prime , Must hasten to his incwiug. His wife must speed the morn's repast , And work with nimble fingers. For farmers all , from lirst to last , Make hay while sunshine lingers. And it hen tlie meal Is o'er , the palls Of foaming milk are waiting , "With fragrance caught from sunny vales , To future joys relating. The cream lies thick , like cloth of ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 August 1886

- TfPr THE CAIPTOL GUIDES. Tliono Who Show * the Visitors Through tho Great IIalI of Congress. Tho guides at the capitol , says The Washington HatcJict , arc reaping a golden harvest from the bridal boom that is now in full bloom. The excel- examplc set by tho chief executive ng its good effects throughout thc'country , and all the charmed couples focus on Washington. The guides say tho bridal parties are their best customers , and frequently drop a crisp $5 note into their hands af ter being shown the sights. This class of visitors is the-dclight of the cicerones for another reason they get tired much sooner than other travelers and want to go back to their hotels and their honeymoon. Occasionally a couple from the rural retreats stray in , hold ing hands and swapping bites from the same apple. They don't want an'body to show them about and only want to say they have been to congress. Often times these green couples arc caught kissing as they slowly seek the dome by theviudiiig sta...

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