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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 1 November 1883

'Cotudn't Get the Beast in Satis factorily. Boston Journal. Patrick McGuire had not been long in this country before he was engaged bj a gentleman to take care of his horses , on Mr. McGuire's recommendation oi himself as a person who , by long expe rience in the "ould counthry , " was especially well-fitted for the duties ol such an office. The other day hi * em ployer , desiring to drive out to a neigh boring town to buy some fruit trees , sajd to him : "Patrick , I want you tc out to the barn at once and put the fo mare into the box- wagon , and when you have done so let me know.1' ' "Very well , spr , " said Pat , and went away to the stable. As he did so , how ever , a spectator who might have been present would have seen nun alternate ly scratch and shake his head , and once or twice stop , with a face of great per plexity , and make as it he would return to the house. Nevertheless , ho finally went into the barn , and in about twenty minutes returned to his master , breath le...

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 — 1 November 1883

' * * f * > ; * WEEKLY TRIBUNE -F. M. & E. M. K ) MM ELL EDITORS and PUBLISHERS. " State Republican Tickel For Judge of the Supreme Court , M. B. REESE. . ( For Regents of > the State University , ( For Full Term , ) M. J. .HULL. .J. T. MA'LLALIEU. . ( To Pill Vacancies , ) J. M. HIATT. E. P. HOLMES. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. ' Per Representative. 55th District , -To 1TH1 Vacancy. ) GEORGE HOCKNELL. * For < ! Jounty Jadge , . M. ASHMORE. FOT County Clerk , * CHARLES D. CRAMER. For County Treasurer , J. H. GOODRICH. For Sheriff , JOHN WELBORN , For Coroirer , DR. L. LttK JOHNSON. For Superintendent Public Instruction , C. L. NETTLETON. For Surveyor , PAGE T. FRANCIS. For .Oounty Commissioner , 3d District' S. L. GREEN. PEOPLE'S COUNTTICKET. . Per Representative , 55th District , ( To Fill Vacancy , ) ' 11. S. COO LEY. - * ' For - - County Judge , I . HENRY BAXTEB. For County ClerV , S. W. STILGEBOUER. f ' : For County Treasurer , GEORGE A. HUNTER. For Sheriff , JOHN W. W...

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 — 1 November 1883

WEEKLY TRIBUNE THURSDAY , NOVEMBER ' 1 , . NEWS OF THE WEEK New gooda at Roger * ' . Fresh Oysters at Joe's. Go to Ropjera1 and nee hia new 700 J. W. Dolan was in town on Sati ' ( ay. Copies of the TnionxE on sale at ( For dry goods of ov ry description tto Ropers' . D. M. Tomblin of Arapahoe , was town on Sunday. r Hats and c.ips , boots and shoes a notions at Rogers. ' A full line of the very best cigars * he B. & M. Pharmacy. Mrs. John Sanders hue been viaiti at Kearney and Friend. J. C Thompson of Culbertson.uu McCJjok a visit. Saturday. Fancy and staple groceries , at R < era' , at lowest rn.irket prices. * W. D. Sanders , clerk at Dining Hz TTfntdown to Friend , Sunday. Snyder's "dining car and train vr < ide-tracked here over Sunday. Don't forgot that Rogers' has Hicived a fine line of new goods. The famous Boot Jack chewing t fcacco for sale at the B. & M. Pharma Will Dolan has returned to McCoc and his many friends are glad to i Charles Love of the Sun , and C...

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 — 1 November 1883

THE TEIBUNE. ' A. B. CUFFBOTH , Publisher. McCOOK , NEB NEBRASKA ITEMS. Tha bull Hasp at St. Helena have be' gun to move toward * Hirtlngton. the new town. ' 'Reynolds is in need of a school build ing that will accommodate all of the pupils who may come. Dojiiphan Index : There is a great stir among the cattle men this fall. We hear more talk about cattle , and our neigh bors are buying and will feed more than usual. Corn is plenty and cheap , and a great many cattle from Iowa and Missouri ' will be shipped in here to feed , and corn . will be in good demand. Broken Bow Republican : " " Molhe , a thirteen-year-old daughter of Jacob Cover , of Algernon , met with an accident last week. She was herding sheep and had a revolver with her to keep off coyotes. Something got wrong with the lock. She put the muz- lo against the palm of her hand to hold it while she let down the hammer , when it went off. The b'alP passed through , her hand and came out at the side , back of her little finge...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 1 November 1883

r THE PICTURE. * f * * * TT ! 'p * ' ffrt < h' Sunlight falls on her pictured toco , Jllmmcd in a frame of gold ; The selfsame pose of a careless grace. That I remember of old. * 'Twos here we Htood long years ago , She in that very dress ! And I heard this syllable sweet and low From her rose-red mouth 'twas "Yes ! " ' So many years I And yet I'll swear Xow , Ptanding in this place I can smell the roan she hath in her hair , "While I look upon her face ! I feel the clasp of her tender hand , - Gentle , yet clinging fast , And I almost feel I am young again , Though so many years have past. And yet , could I live over the space Of those Indian Bummer days , Bring bock to my life this sweet , fair face , The canvHS here portrays. Were it wise to lose the peace that is mine , For the restless hopes that have fled ? Not so ; whatever is is best , ' 'Let the dead ' * past bury its dead I' - PHIL'S FIFTY CENTS. * ( - . BY JENNIE L. . WABREN. [ DENUAM Martha against Richard JJ. , or cr...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 1 November 1883

GIT1ZENS' BANK OF McGOOK -DOES A4 GENERAL - BANKING BUSINESS Collections made on all accessible points. Drafts drawn directly on the principa.1 cities of Europe. Taxes paid for Non-Residents . Money to loan on Farming.liands , Village and , personal , " property. . Fire Insurance , a specialty , . Tickets for Sale to * andfrom. . Europe ; . J. W.DOLAN , 07ZICE2S President. : . . first National Bank. Lincoln , Neb. V. FRANKLIN. Vice President. , l baae National Bank , New York. . W-F. WALLACE , Cashier. FREES' & HDCKNELL -PROPRIETORS.OF TRE- 1 . ' " LUMBER , LIMECJEMENT , SASH.DOORS ; BLINQS & COAL AT : JfcCoofcIndiaaola , . , - and rll V B. ft Ml. PHABM&OY , -t COMPLETE LINE OF' T * "VVines and-Liquors Will be Sold OnJy in.Cnses of Sickness , and then Only on Physicians" Prescription. RRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED , EITHER DA y , 0 . NIGHT. . "fansill/s / Punchy America's ' Finest 5c. . Cigar , WU.LEY & CO. ; McGQOK , NEB. . JbSii ] Great ; Western Furiiitora Et...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 8 November 1883

McOooK WEEKLY TRIBUNEJ . , , , . , . . VOLUME 2. M'COOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY NEBRASKA THURSDAY NOV. 8 1883. NUMBER 23. BUSINESS CARDS , I. J. STAKBUCK , Attorney at Law , MCCOOK - NEBRASKA. l give Rive special attention to the pwctlcc of law. niul Kinking collections. 55f OHIci ! Secondblockuorth of depot , 2 doors north Gretm's di us store. JOHN A. LEE , Merchant Tailor ! Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed. MCCOOK : : NEBRASKA. ft PAGE T. FRANCIS , County Surveyor. Red Willow County. Keeps certified pints of all lands la the Hitchcock land district. Special attention given to nil such business. Correspondence solicit ed. . 13-tf. L. LEE JOHNSON , M. D. , Physician and Surgeon. CrjisV.s Msileil Dipirtaest fltivorsity Wociter. Office In rear of Citizen * * Bank , where he can be found when not profesclormlly engaged. JOHN F. COL'LINS , Contractor and Builder. McCOOK , - . NEBRASKA. Estimates cheerfully given on sill kinds of work. Best of references. Address for the present by mail. 16-ly...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 8 November 1883

F. M. & E. M. K1BEHEIX , Pubs. McCOUK , ; ; ; ; NEB NEBRASKA ITEMS. ' Er : Abon'Cthe worst looking islgtit one Jsjsyes ever rested onr Was [ the , appearance qfTsandy-halred individual comhig'to wn ironrWood rlveron Tue'I- day morning. He was pounded up In the latest approved manner. His head was swollen to nearly the size of a half barrel , a portion of his ear- bitten out , and the thumb on his' left hand completely b'ittcn off at the first joint. He presented a horrible sight as ho stopped at John Seymour's residence and begged fqrTa drink and a basin of wa ter to wash the blood from his swollen and badly disfigured head. In answer to In quiries he said ho had been in the employ of a Wood river farmer and was to receive a pony In payment for wages. He had earned the pony and started with the animal for Kearney. His employer protested and with the aid of a brother both managed to lick him. He sal ( I he would have them arrested at once , but as nothing further has been heard o...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 8 November 1883

A Dynamite Explosion. Y A terrible disaster occurred neai Brooks , on the Baltimore & Ohio railroad , Sunday morning , about 9 o'clock , resulting in the death of five men. Tbe railroad company had been strengthening and wid ening the tunnel , and at some distance out side a magazine had been erected , in which was stored 1,200 pounds of dynamite , to be used for blasting. , Aboutthe hour named n freight train had Just passed through the tunnel and was sidetracked to allow the pas senger train , over due , to pass. Four ol , the crew walked back to the- vicinity of the magazine and were engaged in conversation with the watchmau , when people t living In the vicinity were startled by a terrible con cussion. Houses for fifteen miles around were shaken to the foundation and windows v , for a distance ot seven miles were shattered. Horror-stricken , the people ran from their houses , and upon investigation it was found that the dynamite had exploded with fearful effect ; everything ...

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 — 8 November 1883

WEEKLY TRIBUNE F. M. & E. M. KIMMELI EDITORS and PUBLISHERS. How about the seivc ? OXLY one Democratic ticket cast i this precinct , Tuesday , and the nan of Savage was scratched on that one. THAT was amusing , wasn't it. Driv eight miles to bring parties to vet THE TICKET , and have all of thei vote the straight ticket. WHERE , oh where , is the Republica boom for Ashmore ? Not a single Hi tie boom do we hear. Courier Can : paign Edition. Haven't you hear "even a single lil tie boomlet" as yet , Mr. Courier ? WHAT'S the difference between' "Th Ticket" and the .Republican Ticket , ii this county ? The former will smile 01 the day of its boom , and the latter wil "bile" on the say of its doom. See. Courier Extra.- How about that smile , Bro. Bishop' ' Rather sickly , methinks. WE present to our readers all the re turns obtainable up to the time of goinj to press noon. These figures are noi official , but are in the main correct , as far as they go. The entire republican county ti...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 8 November 1883

WEEKLY TRIBUNE. THURSDAY , NOVEMBER. 8 , I883V Y NEWS.OF THE WEEK. New goods at Rogers' . . Fresh Oysters at Joe's. New corn meal at postofficc. Go to'Rogers' and sec his new goods. W.II. . Hayden was in town on Fri day.- For dry goods of every description go to Rogers' . J. W. Dolan came up from Indianola , Wednesday. Hats and caps , boots and.shoes and notions at Rogers. ' Mr , and Mrs. L.'W. Wallace returned to Chicago on Friday. A full line of the very best cigars at the JJ. & M. Pharmacy. Fancy and staple groceries , at Rog- crs'j at lowest market prices. The building to bo occupied by the saloon is nearing completion. Don't forget that Rogers' has re ceived a fine line of new goods. The famous Boot Jack chewing to- bucco for sale at the . B. & M. Pharmacy. x. Don't forget the sociable at the Din ing Hall , Friday evening. A pleasant iime is assured. Mrs. Johnson and daughter of Wau- kcgan , 111. , are visiting Mrs. Sanders at the Dining Hall. Mrs. T. S. TJosley went to...

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 — 8 November 1883

THE HIQHT OF THE TIDE. BT IU5V. 1TKANK W. OUNBAUMJS. J t * This in the bight of the risen tide. Who knows if a billow shall ever ride To such a bight and write its name To tell its tale on the oar of fame , In a ripple of sand Which bounded the land And fronted the sea ? 9 Who knows if the soul winch fmarked as its own * > A shore unforscon , silent , unknown , In a Plato in Greece or a Cajsar in Borne Shall rise again with such lofty swell And leave on the beach its fresh farewell , In a ripple of sand Which bindeth the land And fronteth the sea ? Wo know that the ocean hath olden grown , And that ere while there rose such waves un known. As are not now. Its , reign ia o'er , But the soul is young and it hath no shore Where a ripple of sand E'er bindeth the land Or fronteth the sea. MBS. FRERE'S DIAMONDS. Mr. Frero was a very rich old gentle man of somewhat parsimonious habits. His one extravagance was a love for young women. He was an xcellenl example of the elderly lover ; tie...

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 — 8 November 1883

A. Mysterldtia Explosl < m- * < as At about 8 o'clock Tuesdny evenin ; a terrlblo oxplosiom occurmf * ear the Prae street underground statlo of the Metro poUtaa-Mffnjf m'donr On the1 firs ' * ' alarm a wrong cordbnvp'f police was sum moned fo'preflbrvci order , to keep the wa clear and convey 'the "wounded people to th hospitals. Passengers on the train at jth * scene of the explosion say- that there 'was suddenly a loud report like a cannon , then a sudden darkness , the gaa lights from the front to the rear being put out. ' Glass was broken , and splinters of wood flew abou the cars , 'cutting and woundinir many pas nengers. Above the din were heard the shrieks of the injured and panic stricken people. All this , occurredlh.a moment , ant for awhile confusion relgned'supremo . The train , which was crowded , contained prin cipally country visitors returning from the fisheries exhibition. After leaving the sta tion the train traveled steadily ahead ? al t * though the concuss...

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 — 8 November 1883

CITIZENS' BANK OF McGOOK -DOES A GENERAL- BANKING BUSINESS Collections made on all accessible pointy. .Prafts drawn directly on the principal'cities of Europe. Taxes paid for Non-Residents. 3Iouey ttt loan on Fanning Lands , Village and personal property * Fire Insurance a specialty. ' Tickets for Sale to and from Europe. C32BE3MOTSHTS : t J. W.DOLAX , President. * irst National Bank * Lincoln , Neb. V. FRANKLIN. Vice President. "Chase National Dank , New York * \f. F.WALLACE ; Cashier. FREES & HOCKNELL -PROPRIETORS OF PEALEKS . LUMBER. UM.ECEMENT , SASH , DOORS , , BUNDS & GOAL YARDS AT : KcCook Indianola , Cambridge Arapahoe , and Oxferdv THE B. & M. PHARMACY. i A COMPLETE LINE. OF . . * 4 , . -t ' ' Wines and Liquors. Will bfr Sold Only in Cases of Sickness , and then Only on Physician's Prescription * PRESCRIPTIONS" CAREFULLY COMPOUMDED , EITHER DAY OK NIGHT. -TansilPs Punch , America's. Finest 5c > Cigar. WILLEY & CO. , McCOOK , NEB. . Western Furniture Empor...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 15 November 1883

Bf McOooK WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME 2. M'COOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOV. 15,1883. NUMBER 24. BUSINESS GARDS , I. J. STARBTJCK , Attorney at Law , MCCOOK ' NEBRASKA , UWI11 give Five special attention to tlie practfce of l w. nnil making cotlrctlou * . jt t " 0llco : Second blocknorth of depot , 2 doors north ttrct.'n's dnig store. JOHK A. LEE , Merchant Tailor ! Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed. MCCOOK : : NEBRASKA. PAGJS T. FRANCIS > County Surveyor. Red Willow County. Keeps certified plats of nil lands ii 'tlto IlitchcocK land district. Special attention Riven tfMill such business. Correspondence solicit ed. 13-tf. L. LEE JOHNSON , M. D. , Physician and Surgeon. Offlcc In rear of Citizen's Ilante whrto he caa be found : when not prwftsrtlouMJly 0113:1x012. JOHN F. COLLINS , Contractor and Builder , McCOOK , NEBRASKA. Est imntes cheerfully griven on all kinds of work. Uest of references. Ad(2ress for the present by uiulK CONGDOSr < fe CLIFF Bricklayers & ...

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 — 15 November 1883

THE TBIBUNE. . M. 4cAJS. M. KiMMELEr McCOOK , NEBRASKA. ITEMS' The three-year-old daughter of Hon. Robert Payne , of Nebraska City , was drowned loan outhous ejoirMpnday. Valentinels having a town well dug. Sacramento Equity : , ilr , Joseph Glasgow called a few moments last evening and gave us the particulars of a' very dis tressing accident that happen * , d to a little 9 year-old daughter of James Shillings on las Tuesday m'orning. She was feeding the cano mill , when by some unknown reason her hands were caught and crushed , one o. them , the left hand , entirely ruinedbut the right band may possibly be saved by am putating the fingers at the second Joints. The wopnds were dressed , but a further examination of them will be made to-day. Valentine Keporter : Mr. Chamber- lin , a cattle man living nearMcCann , passec through town a few days since with 100 head of blooded calves , one celebrated calf costing $100. He informed us that during his absence in Chicago one of bis bloodec...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 15 November 1883

A uapitoi Crash. „ A Madison ( Wis. ) dispatch of Thurs day Bays : The south wing of the oapitol extension.fell at twenty minutes after 2 this afternoon , burying'over twenty workmen. Bernard Heyraans , Wm. JSdgar , Michael Seward and Wm. Jones were 'killed. ' ' Sev-/ / " entconwere injured eerlou Iy , and"of this number Borne kbi to. ten , probabJy-fatalfyt Fire men had left the basement , and were about returning wh'eathex crask * cameT Hundredsjof people were .at once " "at the scene , and with the aid of hooks and ladders extricated every sufferer. Medical attend ance was summoned and ithe wounded removed - moved to places of safety , . Some think the accident is due to defective iron pillars7 ; others to poor masonry. It Is the opinion of Contractor Beatley that the. loss will fallen on the commonwealth , as the plans were approved by the state architect , anil the blame cannot be ascribed to any one. The loss cannot be estimated at present. Addi tions were to be completed Marc...

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 — 15 November 1883

WEEKLY TRIBUNE , F. M. & E. . M. KIMMELL , EDITORS and PUBLISHERS. SOUTHERN Dakota adopted a cffnsti- tution Nov. Gth , end will make appli cation for admission to the family of states. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ THE next Legislature of New York will elect a U. S. Senator to succeed Senatur Lapham. The Republican ma jority on joint ballot is 24 , which in sures a Republican Senator from the Empire state. TRUMAN J. SMITH , of Watcrbury , Conn. , choked his wife and broke her leg because all. the children have turn ed out to be girls. His third and last girl was born about three weeks ago. Truman is quite a strict disciplinarian , but the neighbors talk of a course of spouts for himself. THE land office at Beatrice will be open , December 10 , 1883 , for the pur pose of receiving applications for the purchase of the remainder of the lands of the Otoe and 'Missouri reservations which reverted to the government by reason of the default of the bidders at the auction ot May 31 , 1883. Ho...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 15 November 1883

WEEKLY TRIBUNE. THUKSDAY , NOVEMBER IB , 1883. NEWS OF THE WEEK , Now goods at Rogers' . Fresh Oysters at Joe's. 'Go to Rogers' and see his new goods. For dry goods of every description go to Rogers' . Rogers building if now ready for the plasterers. Hats and caps , boots and shoes and notions at Rogers. ' ' A tuU line of tke very best cigars at the B. & 31. Pharmacy. Fancy and staple groceries , at Rog ers' , at lowest market prices. Don't forget that Rogers1 has re ceived a fine line of new goods. The famous Boot Jack chewing to bacco for sale at the B. & M. Pharmacy. John Evert sold his claim and was nround setting up the cigars , Wednes day. Another .well attended dance was held at the McCook Hotel , Monday Will Irwin who had his foot mashed , last week , was out on the streets , Wednesday. A Spinning Wheel from Denmark will be in operation , Tuesday evening , at the tfand Hall. Jno. J. Dunbar has rented the build ing now occupied by J. F. Gump , and * i takes possession...

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 — 15 November 1883

BXPEEI1NCB. I hear the sigh of seeds that yearn ! To deck with pomp : heir burial-urn , / EoeUtie.rhapsodies that run jAJong the bark that feels the ; gun , TEne laugh with whlchrtbojbuds unfold , The passion in the pollen's gold ; I hear the faint , delicious heat In hearts of TOBCH < juonverse sweet , t In airs tkat toy , attwlllght'o hour , "PFlth Apple-bloom and orangetflower , Tho.am'rous whispers of the grass As sky-larks brood and'flre-fllea pass , The dews desire , and griefs that make , The thunder's hery heart-strings break. To me are told the dreams that lie DeepluttfQUIy.'s'languIdey.e ; , j Legends that ferns and corals store In books of rock andOcean'sifloorj- - i The prayers that out ot pastures cry ( When scorched beneath a brazen sky , Strange syllables that from the ground Speak like the naked soul of sound , And all the birds .In love relate Of happy flight and tender mate , ' And what the tribes of insccts'tell- Of their Incessant miracle , Sea-song , and Joy ...

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