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A Bright Horse And A Clever Dog

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Day
10
Month
March
Year
1893
Copyright
Public Domain
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Few telegraphers are better known in New York than George Mudgett, of the postal office, and there are fewer still who have a better fund of stories. He tells of a certain horse who accompanies a Scranton (Pa.) lineman on his trips. This horse ran see a broken insulator quicker than his rider, and clwr.ys stops when one is reached. It is hardly necessary to add that the horse can telegraph with his f eet, but no one knows what he "signs." The same lineman owns a dog who can teil by the bell attached to the district messenger register when a certain firm rings a cali. The dog at once runs to the store, takes the message in his raouth and delivery it safely at the telegraph office. Georee Mude-ett

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Subjects
Ann Arbor Argus
Old News