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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 17 September 1898

A WEEKS RECORD IN M1NNESO TA'S CAPITAL. The Saintly City and Saintly City Folks Newsy Items ot Social, Religions and General Matters Among the People, Boil ed DoTn giv*n by Look .'out for a concert to be Pilgrim Baptist Church. MrB. R. M.Beckwith of Seattle.Waeb... is the Rueat of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Al len, 382 Avon. Don't forget the "Choir Concert" at Pilgrim Baptist Church, Tuesday, Sept. 20. Admission, 25 cents. Miss May E. Eowe ot 610* Robert stieet will leave next Monday for a month's trip to Indiana and Missouri, visiting friends. TRY THE MEALS AT THE MET- EOPOLITAN RESTAURANT, 378MIN- WESOTA STREET AND YOU'LL EAT THERE ALL THE TIME. Only a quarter of a dollar for admis sion to the concert of the season by Pilgrim Baptist Church Choir next Tuesday evening. Don't miss it. Those of our patrons who desire to fcave matter published must get the ame in this office not later than Thursday, otherwise it may be crowd ed out. Mrs. E. W. Lindsey, has returned frcm a very pleasant f.ur...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 17 September 1898

I I i V- 'i Jtl MINNEAPOLIS. OOlNqrS IN AND ABOUT GREAT "FLOUR CIT*Y.' THt Bfiatteit, oucia*, Religions and General Which Have Happened and are to Happen Among the People of the City on the Fallv Mr. Joel A. Cage is spending a few days in Indianapolis, Ind. THE APPEAL is on sale at 200 Washing ton Ave. So., DeLeo's barber shop. Mre, Julia E.Walker oi Winona,Minn, is visiting her sister Mrs. Lizzie Lucae. Mrs. P. F. Hale has almost com pletely recovered from a long period of illness. Wisconsin Dairy Company is the place to go and Ret your country produce at low prices. Mrs. Thomas Scott returned home last Thursday from a three weeks' visit in Chicago. Copies of THB APPKA* may be had at Green's barber shop, No. 206 Washing ton Ave, So. Go to Frank Downs for your Meat Eggs and finest Butter at the lowest prices. No 13 South 3rd at. Hotel Brighton 423 Second Ave. So. is where individual dinners are served to you for 25 cents these war times, A home bakery and an employment bureau will b...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 24 September 1898

"*&.4 SERIOUS MISCUE MADE BY GOLD HUNTERS. Klondike Who Owned the Gold on Board the Snip Thongjit They Could Go With Her, bat That W a Bitter Mistake They Won't Forget That Remarkable Journey In a HarryMeanest Men In the Whole Klondike Tricks of In dian Flat*. One steamboat made the trip one way between the Island of St. Michael and the mining camps without being stranded on a bar or leaving a part of herself or her cargo behind her. She merely had the kind of IUCK you believe in but cannot understand, and she showed contrition for her error the next trip by running her nose into the woods and losing enough of her paddles to make the rest of no account. The first steamer ever built for the river had a draft of three and one-half feet, and every time that her captain worked her off a sandbar he declared that one with a draft of three feet could go from Circle City to St. Michael as easily as a shingle. But the one of three feet draft that was subsequently built was no better than...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 24 September 1898

1.1. 1 ij iV ft NATIONAL AFRO-AMERICAN NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED WEEKLY ADAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 49 E. 4th S St- Paul, Minn. ISSUED 8IMULTAKE0USLT IK Saint Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago, Louisville, St. Louis, Dallas. No. ST. PAUL OFFICE, 1*64 Union Block 4th and Cedar J. Q. ADAMS, Publisher. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE, Guaranty Loan Building, Room 817 P. F. HALE, Manager' CHICAGO OFFIGE, No. 323-5 Dearborn St. Suite 813-215 F- ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, No. 312 West Jefferson St. Room 8 W. V. PBNN, Manager, ST. LOUIS OFFICE, No. 1002 FRANKLIN AVENUE J. H. HARRISON, Manager. DALLAS OFFICE, NUMBER 497 MAIN STREET L.A- BROWN, Manager. TERMS, STAICTLY IN ADVANCE* Jingle copy, one year $2.00 Single copy, six months $1.10 Single copy, three months 6 0 When subscriptions are by any mean, allowed to rna without prepayment, the terms are 68 cent, for each 18 weeks and 5 cents for eaeh odd week, or at the rate of ti 40 per year. Remittances should be made by Express Moiip Order. Tost Office...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 24 September 1898

ing1 $8 *T. PAUL. A WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO TA' CAPITAL. rh. Saintly City and Saintly City Folks Newsy Itras 0 Social, Religions and tieueral Matters Amonc tho People, Boil ed DltTft Mrs. R. C. Howard Is quflte ill. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wheaton, of Minneapolis, wene entertained at lunch last Sunday evening: by Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Adams. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DurJn and children left today for Louisville, Ky., to spend several weeks. They will stop a few days in Chicago. An interesting feature of Miss Gibbs' piano recital Tuesday evening will be a dlscription of the numbers rendered dur ing their rendition. TRY TH E MEALS AT THE MET- ROPOLITAN RESTAURANT, 378MIN- NESOTA STREET AND YOU'LL EAT THERE ALL THE TIME. Mrs. A. B. Harris, and her son Theo dore, and mother, Mrs. G. William, and her grandson, Leo Reder, left today for Keokuk, Iowa, to visit relatives. St. Jaroe's A. M. E. ChurchThe pas~ tor. Rev. J. C. Anderson, has returned and will preach morning and evening. The entire public are i...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 24 September 1898

I I 1 Itasfl LEGISLATIVE CONVENTION itAMSEY REPUBLICANS HAVE AN INTERESTING SESSION, Senator* Bavin and Nelson Indorsed and Recommended for Re-elec- tionFull Legislative Ticket I NominatedAdherence to Repub lican Principles Reaffirmed and Further County Reforms Prom- isedNational Administration In dorsed. IIGISLATIVE The Republican legislative convention was late in assembling and was not called to order until nearly 10 clock when County Chairman Horton had to use his gavel vigorously in order to reduce the gathering to a sufficient degree of quie tude On motion of Col Samuel Lowenstein, of the Third ward Jesse A Gregg, ot the Seventh, was unanimously nominated for temporary chairman and was elected by acclamation Parker of the Fifth ward nomi nated Charles Wood, of the Sixth ward, for temporary secretary, and his election was also made unanimous Later Parker of the Fifth, was elected as sistant secretary of the convention The temporary organization was made pei manent In accepting ...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 1 October 1898

nwM^. *$ 1 ft*ffifrftflft| W VOL. 14. s^ ^^rful and Effective 'sp* ar New Battle Cratt *P' 4? LAUNCH SET FOR OCT. 4 Event Will Be One of the Great est in Naval Annals. First Authentic Description of the Ship Which Will Bear the Proud Name of This Stat e. WQWINJJXT NE YVS, Va F^. 10.-The"bat tie-ship Illinois, sister shijTof the Alabama, "Which -was launched at Cramps' In May, and also of the Wisconsin, which may be launched at the Union works, San Francisco, in No vember, will leave the ways for its initial plunge in the James river Oct 4 at the plant of the Newport News Shipbuilding and Drj Dock company In October of 1895 the gunboats Nashville and Wilmington, the latter a sister ship of the Helena, also built here, were launched in tandem fashion from the same set of ways the first time two warships, and indeed any other kind of craft, had been la'unched in that manner. In March last the Kearsarge and Kentucky, the only warships in the world to carry double gun turrets, were launc...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 1 October 1898

49 E. 4th S St- Paul, Minn. ISSUED BIMTJLTAHEOTJ8LTI.lt Saint Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago, Louisville, St. Louis, Dallas. ST. PAUL OFFICE, No. 164 Union Block 4th and Cedar J. Q. ADAMS, Publisher. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE, Guaranty Loan Building, Room 817 P. F. HALE, Manager' CHICAGO OFFICE, No. 323-5 Dearborn St. Suite 213-815 F- ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, No. 312 "West Jefferson St. Room 8 W. PENN, Manager, ST. LOUIS OFFICE, No. 1002 FRANKLIN AVENUE J. H. HARRISON, Manager. DALLAS OFFICE, DUMBER 49 7 MAIN STREET L. A- BROWN, Manager. TERMS, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE: Ingle copy, one year $2.00 fclngle copy, six months $1.10 Single copy, three months 6 0 tahen subscriptions are by any means allowed to rua without prepayment, the terms are 60 ceun for each 18 weeks and 5 cent* for eaeh odd week, or at the rate of 12.40 per year. remittances should be made by Express Money Order. Post Office Money Order, Regis tered Letter or Bank Draft. Postage stamps will be received the same as cash fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 1 October 1898

M^^fa^r tfpnBw $$$&?' ^wjpwwfs P. PAUL. A WEEKS RECORD IN M1NNESO TA'S CAPITAL. The Saintly City and Saintly City Volks Neway Items of Social, Bellglous nd General Uattera Among the People, BoU d Do'vik Mr. J. C. Martin was in the city this week. Mr. Israel Dorsey of. Chicago Mas in city this week. The October grand jury of Ramsey County has been summoned to appear on October 3 Harry Shepherd is named as one of the jurors. TRY THE MEA.LS AT THE MET- ROPOLITAN RESTAURANT, 378MIN- NESOTA STREET AND YOU'LL EAT THERE ALL THE TIME. Those of our patrons who desire to feave matter published must get the aame in this office not later than Thursday, otherwise it may be crowd ed out. St. James A.'M. E. Church communion serv ce on Sunday. Preaching 10:30 a. m. Subject "The Eucharist" 8.00 p. Subj ^ct' Casting out Devils." The pub lic are invited. Cheapest place to buy coal. Best hard coal $6,fi0 per ton Maple wood $5.50 per cord. All kinds of fuel in large and small quantities' W. T. Horsn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 1 October 1898

itlglf M*,*1 A WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO TA'8 CAPITAL. rh Saintly City and Saintly City Folks Newsy Items of Social, ReUgfoaa and Uenerat Hatters Among the People, BolJ Mr. J. C. Martin was in the week. city this Mr. Israel Dorsey of Chicago Mas in city this week. The October grand jury of Ramsey County has been summoned to appear on October 3 Harry Shepherd is named as one of the jurors. TRY THE MEALS AT THE MET- ROPOLITAN RESTAURANT, 378MIN- NESOTA STREET AND YOU'LL EAT THERE ALL THE TIME. Those of our patrons who desire to feave matter published must get the same in this office not later than Thursday, otherwise it may be crowd ed out. St. James A.'M. E. Church communion service on Sunday. Preaching 10:30 a. m. Subject "The Eucharist'* 8.00 p. m. Subj ^ct "Caeting out Devils." The pub lic are invited. Cheapest place to buy coal. Best hard coal ffl.fiO per ton Maple wood $6.50 per cord. All kinds of fuel in large and small quantities* W. T. Horanell Room 210 over Yerxa'a. Go to Alfr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 1 October 1898

1 iff v, V, ii C 5 sJ CHICAGO. fr E "WORLD'SIFAIR CITY" VIEW E THE APPEAL MAN. Americans of the Second city of This Qlorlous Union. Miss Lrzzie McCard left Tuesday foi her home in Detroit. Miss Cora Anderson has gone to spend a few weeks at her home in Indiana. Your entertainment will he more suc cessful you advertise it in The Ap peal. Mrs. C. W. Smith, 3531 Dearborn street, has gona on a visit to Emporia Kansas. Northern Light Chapter U. D. initia ted five new members at its less meeting. Miss Katie Johnson left Monday for Atlanta, Ga., where she will attend Morris Brown College. Rev. Simons who has been viBiting his daughter Mrs. W. Q. Anderson, returned to Cairo, Wednesday. Mrs. E. J. Smith of 32-47 Armour avenue has returned faooa a pleasant yisit to Omaha Exposition. A recaption will be tendered Dr. A. J. Carey, next Tuesday by tbe members of his cburcb at Quinn Chape1. Dr. J. W. Corbln, dentist, northwest corner of Twenty-ninth and State Streets Phone S. 185, Chicago. Best jo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 8 October 1898

GEN. GLAY AND HIS MANSION OIO KENTUCKIAN AND HIS 'CHILD WIFE. Dora Richardson, Who Ha* Just Been Divorced From the Aged Fire-Eater, Tells the 'Story of Her Married Mfe"He Itev er Caressed Me, Never Kissed Ma, and I Didn't Like That" Gen. Clay's Career Has Been a Tempestuous On* Throughout. Bitting in her little plank house *llh her lover, Riley Brock, who is to-day (Friday) to became Iter husband, by her side, Dora Richardson, who until a week ago yesterday was th child wife of Gen Cassius Marcellus Clay, told the story of her romance with the aged philosopher, soldier, diplomat, statesman, editor, ora tor, duellist, antt-slaverylst and man of affairs Thus -says *a letter to the New York World from -Flnkard, Woodford county, Ky. She did not tell her story as Gen Clay could have told it, she did not tell it with that vim and vigor for which the Sage of White -Hall is noted, but she told it with the simplicity of a little child. Through It all she did not say one harsh word against th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 8 October 1898

I 4 Y*fh THE APPEAL. NATIONAL AFRO-AMERICAN NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED WBBXLY BT ADAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 40 E. 4th S St- Paul, Minn. ISSUED BIMULTAHEOTJ8LTIW aim Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago, Louisville, St. Louis, Dallas. ST. PAUL OFFICE, No. 164 Union Block 4th and Cedar J. Q. ADAMS, Publisher. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE, Guaranty Loan Building, Room 817 P. F. HALE, Manager' CHICAGO OFFICE, No. 323-5 Dearborn St. Suite 213-215 F ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, No 312 West Jefferson St. Room 8 W. V- PENN, Marrager. ST. LOUIS OFFICE, No. 1002 FRANKLIN AVENUE J. H. HARRISON, Manager. DALLAS OFFICE, NUMBER 497 MAIN STREET L. A- BROWN, Manager. TERMS, STfllCTLY IN ADVANCE) Ulngle copy, one year S2.O0 Ingle copy, six months SI.10 Single copy, three months 60 tfhen subscriptions are by any meant allowed to rua without prepayment, the terms are 60 centa for each 18 week* and 5 cents for eaefa odd week, or at the rate of ti 40 per year. mamlttances bonld be made by Expresa Money Order, l'ost ...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 8 October 1898

& *$ KHMOi^MW^MtWiMShm: ^^"^!"WWI^^ QMMMAAMIAMI ROMAN SEATS. Anodd Par'or piece, costing very little, upholstered In corduroys and fl velours. Special now at, each $ 1, 00 Carpets, Rugs or Mattings. Which will you hare for that new Parlor CarDet? It's an Interesting question, and sometimes a hard one for ladles to decide We are well prepared in either event. I Don't Cost a Cent to have measures and estimates made, and we are ready and anxious to do it W I Only High-Grade Carpet Work, Fully up to the New York and Boston standard and not the usual Western work Remember this when you buy Car pets Also remember our styles and makes are exclusive to us in St. Paul Superior wearing qualities are always one of the strong points in the makes ot carpets we carry rWWW&W!f *T. PAUL. A WEEKS RECORD IN M1NNESO TA'S CAPITAL. The Saintly City and Saintly City Folks- Newsy Items ot Social. Religions and tfeneral Matters Among the People, Boll ed Dofa Ketuember the dance by Pride of Minnesot...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 8 October 1898

N7 I 4 I &*%*, DOINGS IN AND ABOUT GREAT "FLOUR CITY.' Matters Social, Religious and General Which Have Happened and are to Happen Arnon^ the People of the -City on the Falls. Remember the dance by Pride Minnesota Longe No. 5 K. P. at Plum mr Post Hal), Wednesday evening October 12. The Dewey Restaurant, at 107 First avenue south with Mrs. J. C. Clark and Sam Alexander proprietors shouli be a decided winner. They serve all home cooking. The Chrysamitlhem'um dtito ovatdon waa postponed (Wing to the fever con dition of the TJ. S. regulars ajd the sudden! change of the weather ed their getting1 out of the housprevent- ait all tout Oct. 12 will *uit us all better. So come out. The South! iMinneajpolis Telegram vigorously commented upon the edi torial of the Minneapolis Journal re ferring to J. Frank Wheaiton as a can didate for the legislature fairly nomi nated, and because of Ms color should not be elected. The Telegram stands out as alway Tefore fair and juait. The Appeal would li...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 15 October 1898

PROTECTION OF GROWNED HEADS *TiOM ASSASSINATION AXD OTHER DISASTERS. Fe-iver European Monarchs 'Would Have Been Murdered Had It Not Been for Their Pride and Display RaHcalM "Who Gua rd Royalty for Extravanant Salaries Fifteen Hundred ProtectorsBismarck's Faithful Dot Czar Guarded by BarbariansVictoria's Care. "It is not because, but despite, the pre i cautionary measures taken for their I safety that monarchy usually live,to a ripe old age," said a prominent diplomat to a N ew York Press reporter the other day in the course of a discussion of Em press Elizabeth's assassination. "The in i ternational espionage kept up by all gov ernments to discover and thwart regi ciclal plots makes confidants of many 'whom it would be policy to steer clear from. Bismarck used to say: 'Decent people don't write for me.' The same characterisation applies to the police helps the cabinets are bound to employ. Anarchism, as I have studied it in Europe, is a disease that, like smallpox in the eigntoenth ...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 15 October 1898

|v 1 I THE APPEAL. I NATIONAL AFR0-AMEB1CAN NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED WKKKLT BT ADAMS BROS, EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 4 9 E 4th St- St. Paul, Minn. ISSUED BIMULTAKEOTJ8LT1H Saint Paul, Minneapolis* Chicago, Louisville, St. Louis, Dallas. ST. PAUL OFFICE, No- 164 Union Block 4th and Cedar ADAMS, Publisher. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE, Guaranty Loan Building, Room 817 P. F. HALE, Manager' CHICAGO OFFICE, No. 323-5 Dearborn St. Suite 213-215 CF* ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, No-312 West Jefferson St. Room 8 W PENH, Marrager, ST. LOUIS OFFICE, N o. 1002 FRANKLIN AVENUE H. HARRISON, Manager. DALLAS OFFICE, DUMBER 497 MAIN STREET L. A BROWN, Manager. TERMS, STfl.CTLY IN ADVANCE: Ingle copy, one year $2.00 ingle copy, six months SI.10 Single copy, three months GO SVlien subscriptions are by any means-allowed to rua without prepayment, the terms are 40 cents for each 18 weeks and 5 cents for eaeb odd week, or at Uie rate of 13.40 per year. admittances should be made by Express Mouev Order. Post Office M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 15 October 1898

*T. PAUL A WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO TA'S CAPITAL. tie Saintly City and Saintly City Volks Kewsy Items o Social, Religions anc1 General Matters Amonf the People, BolJ ed Dora The Event Of next week Will be the grand Literary, Musical and Promenade Concert at Twin C.ty hall, Wednesday October 19. The ladies of Pilgrim Bap'ist will hold their anou.l fair Thnnksg'viog week. church daring Mi Bi 19 O. Ward has entered spin her musical course at St. Agitha con servatory of music this city. Mr, Tt-lbotBi.-h was married on last Wedceaday in Gallatm, Tean., and retamed with bis bride yes crday. Mrs. G. King of 557 Elfelt streets, is ai home again af er spending two weeks with ter husband in Winnipeg. Mr3. Eacbel llama, of Marengo, 11/., has arrived in the city to spend the winter with har daughter Mrs. J. R. White. If you w'sh to erjoy yourself, go to the "Grand Literacy, Musical and Promenade ^concert at Twin ty ball next W=ndes day night. Mr. W. F. Coza t, author of the "Waiters Manual," for...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 15 October 1898

i .coBsminioitti AMENDMENTS. Tt* Voted On AT THE NEXT GEXERAL ELECTION TUESDAY. NOV. 8, 1S98. ,r STATE OP MINNESOTA, Department of State, October 1. 189$. Pursuant to section three hundred and eleven (311) of the General Statutes of 1894 the same being chapter one hun dred and fifty-seven (1ST) of the General Laws of 1887, the proposed Amendments to the Constitution of the State of Min nesota, as adopted by Acts of the Legis lature for 185)7, for submission to the voters of this state at the general elec tion to be held on Tuesday, the eighth (8th) day of November. A. D. eighteen hundred and ninety-eight (1S'.)8), are here with submitted: ALBERT BERG. Secretary of State. STATE OF MINNESOTA, Attorney General's Office. St. Paul. July 7. 1898. Hon. Albert Berg, Secretary of State. Sir: Pursuant to General Laws 1887. chapter 157, I herewith file in your office synopses of Amend ments to the Constitution of the State of Minnesota as proposed by Gen eral Laws 1897, chapters 175, 185, 280 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 22 October 1898

I i. VOL. 14. NO.43. PEN PICTURES OFTHE WAR TRXJH STORIES NOW FOR THE FIRST TIME TOLD. Hairbreadth Escapei on Land ana Sea Together With Nearly All Conceivable Varieties of Peculiar lAdventareN and Happenings How a Single Ship and a Battery Fonght a DuelFriend Mistaken for Foe Why the Colon Was Culight Death of a Regular. Many of the best stories of the war have been untold, because they did not properly come under the head of legiti mate news, and the war correspondent at the front had little time for side issues. Many a bit of humor or pathos, many a graphic silhouette against the grim background of war, many a spirited scene and many a livid recollection of past dangers still linger In the minds of the war correspondents, who while at the front were thinking only of getting through the real news to an anxious na tion. But now it is different. The ten sion has been removed, and the after math of war should not be overlooked. The stories which appear below are true stories, says th...

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