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Northern Illinois University
v. 5 no. 115
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Good News, v. 5, no. 115, July 16, 1892 (Issue)
July 16, 1892
Very few broadcloth coats were to be seen in the streets of Cheyenne, but buckskin suits were plentiful, with here and there some blear-eyed individual, whose very appearance in the way of dress bespoke his downfall and loss of manhood.
Tom fulfilled his promise-took Curley's daughter Katie to her grandfather-and, time having softened things at the end of two years brought her out again as his wife.