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The Other Lodgers
"In order to take that train," said Colonel Leverin...

Teig O'kane And The Corpse
There was once a grown-up lad in the County Leit...

Peter's Ghost
A naval officer visited a friend in the country. Sever...

Erichtho
When Sextus sought Erichtho he chose his time in t...

The Pied Piper
The following instance is so extraordinary, that I...

A Happy Release
Mr. Benjamin Woolfield was a widower. For twelve mont...

The Dying Mother {101}
"Mary, the wife of John Goffe of Rochester, being affli...

What Uncle Saw
This story need not have been written. It is too sad ...

Back From That Bourne
ANONYMOUS We are permitted to make extracts from a...

Farm House 7 Fruit Garden—orchards
As the fruit garden and orchards are usually near appen...





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An Arrest
Having murdered his brother-in-law, Orrin Brower of Kentucky was a fugitive from justice. From the county jail where he had been confined to await his trial he had escaped by knocking down his jailer with an iron bar, robbing him...

A Man With Two Lives
Here is the queer story of David William Duck, related by himself. Duck is an old man living in Aurora, Illinois, where he is universally respected. He is commonly known, however, as "Dead Duck." "In the autumn of 1866 I was a...

Three And One Are One
In the year 1861 Barr Lassiter, a young man of twenty-two, lived with his parents and an elder sister near Carthage, Tennessee. The family were in somewhat humble circumstances, subsisting by cultivation of a small and not very f...

A Baffled Ambuscade
Connecting Readyville and Woodbury was a good, hard turnpike nine or ten miles long. Readyville was an outpost of the Federal army at Murfreesboro; Woodbury had the same relation to the Confederate army at Tullahoma. For months ...