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140 years ago A man, whose name is unknown to us, collided with a locomotive engine yesterday and got knocked into the Carson River this side of the Brunswick Dam. We are told he was walking toward the train, which was coming towards Carson but failed when he met it to calculate the variation of the compass in his staggering (he was full of potables). His left shoulder came in contact with the bunter of the engine and over he went, right slap into the raging Carson. Train came to his assistance. Brakeman James Fee grabbed him by the hair …

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