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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 22 October 1898

[ft sssssjsssjpsjsssssfipi ip n" i$ Y0L. 14. NO. 43. PEN PICTUhES OFTHE WAR TRUB STORIES NOW FOR THE FIRST TIMS TOIJD. Hairbreadth Escapes on Land and Sen. Together Witn Nearly All Conceivable Varieties of Peculiar lAdventnrei) and E(appening8 Hovr a Single Ship and a Battery Fong^t a DuelFriend Mistaken for Foe Why the Colon Was Cangrht Death of a Regular. Many of the best stories of the war nave 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 app...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 22 October 1898

& 1 1 i I: I PS" 1/ THE APPEAL. I NATIONAL AFRO-AMERICAN NEWSPAPER PUBLIPHED WEEKLY BT ADAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 49 E. 4th S St. Paul, Minn. I88UZD SIMULTANEOUSLY Saint Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago, Louisville, St. Louis, Dallas. ST. PAUL OFFICE, No. 164 Union Block 4th and Cedar J.? ADAMS, Publisher. M9NHEAF0LIS 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 PENN, Manager, ST. LOUIS OFFICE, No. 1002 FRANKLIN AVENUE J. H. HARRISON, Manager. DALLAS OFFICE, DUMBER 497 MAIN STREET L. A. BROWN, Manager. TERHIS, STtfiGTLY (ft ADVABOE: ftlngie copy, on year $2.00 tingle copy, six months fl.fO Single copy, three months 6 0 Wkeii imbscripUons are by any mean, allowed to m* without prepayment, the terms are 60 tents for each 18 weeks and 5 cents for eaeh odd week, or at Uie rate of fti.40 per year. Btoniittances abould be made by Express Mone...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 22 October 1898

i* A WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO TA'S CAPITAL. *h Saintly city and Saintly City Folks Wewsy Items of Social, BaUfloos and ttcneral Blatters Among tha People, BoU d Ooira ^Mra. S. A Hilyard, returned this week from an ended visit to relatives in Obarlin, Ohio. The Udios of Pilgrim Bap'i church will hold their annml fair during Thanksg'ving we 3k. Mr. James Thompson returned from Dakota this w* ek aod at oncejeft to join hia wifo on their farm at Randal, Wis. Mr. Jasper R, Taylor, enroate to Chi cago frem Walla Walla, Wash., was in the c'ty this week the gae of Mr. J. Adams. Prof. Harriet Gribbs after a pleasant and somewhat o6tabla stay of several weeks, in th Twin Cities left last Wed nesday it Caicago. TRY THE MEALS A THE MET- ROPOLITAN RESTAURANT, 378 MIN- NESOTA STREET AND YOU'LL EAT THERE ALL THE TIME. Mr. F. Caldwell of Keokuk, la., spent a pleasant vis of two weeks in the 8aintly City, the gneat of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Turner of 292 Sherburne Ave. The social given at the residence o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 22 October 1898

Xjfc. 1 it i fi J" if 1 ft* A M td Gl^LTimaNAL AMENDMENTS. To De Voted On AT THE NEXT GENERAL ELECTION TUESDAY, NOV. 8. 1S08. STATE OF MINNESOTA, Department of State, October 1, 1898 Pursuant to section three hundred and eleven (311) of the General Statutes of 1894, the same being chapter one hun dred and fifty-seven (157) 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 1897, 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 eighteen hundred and ninety-eight (1898), are here with submitted ALBERT BERG, Secretary of State. STATE OP MINNESOTA, Attorney General Office, St Paul JulM 7 1898. Hon. Albert Berg, Secretary o\ State. Sir Pursuant to General Laws 18S7, chapter 157, I herewith file in your ofllce synopsis of Amend ments to the Constitution of the State of Minnesota as proposed by Gen eral Laws 1897, chapters...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 29 October 1898

y" VOL. 14. NO. 44. PEN PICTURES OFTHE WAR *RTJH STORIES NOW FOR TH i i. FIRST TIME) TOLD, Hairbreadth Escapes on Land and 'Sen Together With Nearly All Conceivable Varieties ol Peculiar Adventures ana Happening* lfow a Single Shin and a Battery I Fon&ht DuelFriend Mistaken S Foe Why the Colon Was Canht Death of m. Regular. CONTINUED FEOM LAS* a&ainst meWBKK with every So far aasr I knew the entire Spanish JTw ra probability of the battle going in its favor immeriaitely I lost aTl Interest in Santi ago city or the Spanish squadron. My Wind was centered on the problem of how ^d the On OutpoNt Duty *le?-6 possible i ndTeL ?.ove time, an I believe I solved it. Just how my guides acted I never knew They had led the way up the mountain! It fair and properMtharIkremained,he lh%was M1 2nAQ er l? a I should hav advance in making the descent 1 had It. Thatl afternoon' I was content to" be i 2 was wit dora i ther fleet an a hearsav th^ nl Veterans teH Ho Santiagfor appeared during the...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 29 October 1898

.LVf' amwiASsaaaaaai PEN PICTURES OF THE WAR TRTJB STORIES WOW FOR On OntnoKt Duty With Comj.n ny I. It te a quiet night, and the scene i located near Morro castle. Corapany I of the Seventy-first regiment, creep slow ly through bushes and dark woods, and now out into the open, showing only the dark silhouettes of their heads and shoulders above the deep erass. It is their first night at outpost duty and each man feels that some terrible responsibility rests on his shoulders alone Hoarse whispers can be heard all along the line, which finally comes to a halt. Men slip .out of ranks and make a lasv but quiet break for a mango tree. The order Is given to "fall in," the men leav ing the fruit very reluctantly. The in tense strain relaxes and they move about with less caution, and"Halt! Who goes there? Halt, I say! Halt, or I'll fire!" Far over to the right comes a challenge, deep and clear, "Halt! i you, or I'll blow your "Dago" head off!" It conies from one of -OMT "regular" outposts....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 29 October 1898

i 1 it i THE APPEAL. ft NATIONAL AFRO-AMERICAN NEWSPAPER Pr/BLIPUED WBKKLT BT ADAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 49 E. 4th S St* Paul, Minn. IS8TJED SIMUI.TANEOUSZ.T I S aim Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago, Louisville, St. Louis, Dallas. ST. PAUL OFFICE, No. 164 Union filook 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 218-815 C. F- ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFflCE, No-312 West Jefferson St. Room 8 W. V. PENN, Marrager. ST. LOUIS OFFICE, No. 1002 FRANKLIN AVENUE J. H. HARRISON, Manager. DALLAS OFFICE, DUMBER 497 MAIN STREET L. A-BROWN, Manager. TERMS, STlllCfLY IN ADVANCE: Single copy, one year. $2.00 Ingle copy, six months ...$1.10 Single copy, tnree monjhs 6 0 Wheii subscriptions are by anyNneRns tilloVert to rua without prcpnyment, ibe lernis are 86 wuts for each 18 weeks'and 5 ceius for eaeh oild week, or at the ruto of tlAO per year. Bemlttances should be made by Express Mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 29 October 1898

M: WEEKS RECORP IN MINNESO -j TA'S CAPITAL. TV, r*1- sntly City and Saintly City Yolks- Wewar Items C Social, BeUflou and tfeueral Matters Amon* th People, BoV Register today or you pannot vote. The lidi/s of Pilgrim Bap'U church will hold their annual fair during Thankeg'ving weak. Sadie Cook who/wis accused of rob bery was tried in the Police court Thursday and acqu'ttad. Ttere was a aelich ful ctu'ch social at the residence of Mns Cora Mae Bell Thursday evening which was a social and finatcial eucces?. TRY THE MEALS AT THE MET- ROPOLITAN RESTAURANT, 378MIN- NESOTA STREET AND YOTJ'LL EAT THERE ALL THE TIME. The strest comm't'-fe has not finally Bottled the matter of street signs ye, wnd so we must remain in ignorance of the names and stree's a little longcr. A verv pleasant church social was given at the residence cf Mra. Charles Allen last Tuesday night. It was wtll attended and a reat sum was realized. Those of our patrons who desire to fcave matter published must get the ame In...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 29 October 1898

4* 1 I I I, i jT" ^T^ consmirnQHAL AMENDMENTS. Voted On A THE NEXT GEMSItAI. ELECTION TUESDAY, NOV. 8, 1808. STATE OP MINNESOTA, Department of State, October 1, 1898 Pursuant to section three hundred and eleven (311) of the General Statutes of 1894, the same being chapter one hun dred and fifty-seven (157) 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 1897, 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 eighteen hundred and ninety-eight (1898), 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 an...

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

VOL 14. 45. Sf%l T^--?- )ULD yon know the news, my friendi TIM woes ofthe world and its weal? Then*there'sone thing to do, certain, And that is-readTHE APPEAL. ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS, MIM4 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1898. iBnroCT.Tingttgnrf. OULD yon wealth obtain, my friend: To seoore .which some folks steaJt Yen oan obtain ithonestly, too. If yon advetise in THE APPEAL. $2.40 PER TEAR,

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 5 November 1898

*$-*.* 1 1 POLITICAL ORPHAN L1ND Fusion Candidate for Governor Denies Both of His Parties. "Honest John's" Dishonest Statement Regarding His Own Bank. Every Slander Against Eustis Recoils Against the Fu sion ists. ST. PAUL, Oct. 24,1898. It is one of the remarkable facts of the present campaign that Mr. Lind re fuses to be considered either the Demo cratic or the Populist candidate for Governor. His friends of the combina tion, who nominated him, note with pain that while he is with them he is not of them. As he proclaimed at Minneapolis, he is a ''political orphan." Mr. Lind was trained from boyhood Sn the Republican school of politioal thought. That means that he was edu cated to discuss and to understand broad principles of government, and to ignore the dervish howlings of the mere demagogue and spoils hunter. It is therefore not surprising that he is at heart very much ashamed of the com pany in which he is forced to travel during the campaign of 1898. To comprehend just why Mr....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 5 November 1898

if v* -^s&v made "by the opposition that Mr. Lind 'tfill carry Hennepin and Ramsey counties at the approaching election in Novembsr. As claimers of the earth and the lu/Uness thereof, the Demo cratic party is noted in the history and traditions of the states. Away back' almost forty years ago the Democrats commenced pntting forward their claims of victory as each successive election period approached. Old set tlers will recall that regularly every two years they are promised a Demo cratic feast of fat things. And yet, steadily, year after year the Repub licans have continued to roll up ma jorities sometimes waning to 4,000 or 6,000 during campaigns which were not marked by any vital issues, and again waxing up to 50,000 or 60,000 when the people of L' Etoil du Nord took the bit in their teeth and buckled down to business. Captain Sam R. Van Sant was the most prominent candidateaside from W. Eustisfor the Republican nom ination for governor at the state con vention last Jane. Cap...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 5 November 1898

FUBLIPHED WEEKLY BY ADAMS BROS, EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 49 E. 4th St. St. Paul, Minn. I8SXTED SIMULTANEOUSLY IW Saint Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago, Louisville, St. Louis, Dallas. No. ST. PAUL OFFICE, 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 813-215 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, DUMBER 497 MAIN STREET L. A BROWN, Manager. TERMS, ST111CTLV IR ADVANCE: ingle copy, one year $2.00 tingle copy, six months $1.10 Single copy, three months 60 When subscriptions are by any means allowed io rua without prepayment, the terms are 66 cent* for eacti 18 weeka aud 5 cents far enefe oud week, or at the rate of fc.\40 per year. Kmlttnces should bo made by Express Money Ordei. Post Office Money Order, Itetie stored Letter or Bank ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 5 November 1898

*v A WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO TA'S CAPITAL. Saintly City and Saintly City Folks Newsy Ite ms o* Social, Religions and Uencral Matter* Amon* the People, BoiJ fdOcva "CUBA" A THJE METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE, NEXT THURSDAY EVENING, NOV. 10. The ladif of Pilgrim Baptist church will hold their annual fair during Thanksgiving weak. Mr and Mrs. Wm. Liggins have re turn i from the Omaha Exposition and will be the guesta of Mra. Baelesen for the prcs3nt. Mr. Rus3ell Bryant was in t'ze city last week tue guest of Mrs. B. W. Smith and timer Mies Annie Clemius 134 West Seventh street. Mrs. Walter Rcots relumed to Win nipeg Monday n'ght after a four wteks stay wi her BiEter, Mrs. G. R. King, S57 Elfelt Btreet. TRY THE MEALS AT THE MET- EOPOLITAN RESTAURANT, 378 MIN- NESOTA STREET AND YOU'LL EAT THERE ALL THE TIME. Those of our patrons who desire to have matter published must get the same in this office not later than Thursday, otherwise it may be crowd ed out. Cheapest place to buy coal. Beat hard ...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 5 November 1898

N U' wmmmx msmim. fee Voted Oli AT THB NEXT GENERAL ELECT*?* TUESDAY, NOV, 8, 1898. STATE OP MINNESOTA, Department of State, October 1, 1898 Pursuant to section three hundred and eleven (311) of the General Statutes of 1894, the same^beinsg chapter one hun dred and fifty-seven 157 of the General Laws of 1887, the proposed Amendments to the Constitution the State oL Min nesota, as adopted fcy Acts of the Legis lature for 1897, 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 eighteen hundred and ninety eight (1898), mre here with submitted. ALBERT BE3&G, Secretary of State. STATE OF MINNESOTA, Attorney General Office, S Paul July 7 1898 "Hon Albert Berg Seoretary of State Sir Pursuant to General f5*ws 1887, chapter 137, I herewith file in 'your oPice synopses of Amend ments to the Constitution of the State of Minnesota as proposed by Gen eral Laws 1897, chapters 175 185, 280 and 333 I aw very respectfully,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 5 November 1898

Governor Attorney General- Clerk Supreme Court general &/tet*iiJ? %^Mh & i xSM&d Put a cross-mark (X) opposite the name of each candidate you Wish to vote for In the squares Indicated by the arrow. STATE BALLOT. GovernorWILLIAM H. EUSTISRepublican. GovernorJOHN LINDDemocrat-Peoples. *Jf GovernorGEORGE W. HIGGINSProhibition. &%i GovernorWILLIAM B. HAMMONDSocialist-Labor. GovernorLIONEL C. LONGMidroad Populist. Lieutenant GovernorLYNDON A. SMITHRepublican. Lieutenant GovernorJ. M. BOWLERDemocrat-Peoples. Lieutenant GovernorA. H. GILMOREProhibition. Lieutenant Governor Secretary of State Lieutenant GovernorKITTEL HALVERSONMidroad Populist. Secretary of StateALBERT BERGRepublican. Secretary of StateJULIUS J. HEINRICHPeoples-Democrat. Secretary of StateARCHIBALD A. STONEProhibition. Secretary of StateMICHAEL F. WESENBERGMidroad Populist. State AuditorROBERT C. DUNNRepublican. State Auditor State Treasurer State AuditorGEORGE N. LAMPHEREDemocrat-Peoples. State AuditorDELBU...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 5 November 1898

ttM'^rt !t Governor f\|rf^M?w w^^ ^vp/i. Lieutenant Governor Secretary of State- State Auditor State Treasurer Put a cross-mark (X) opposite the name of each candidate you wish to vote for In the squares indicated by the arrow. STATE BALLOT. GovernorWILLIAM H. EUSTISRepublican. GovernorJOHN LINDDemocrat-Peoples. GovernorGEORGE W. HIGGINSProhibition. GovernorWILLIAM B. HAMMONDSocialist-Labor. GovernorLIONEL C. LONGMidroad Populist. Lieutenant GovernorLYNDON A. SMITHRepublican. Lieutenant GovernorJ. M. BOWLERDemocrat-Peoples. Lieutenant GovernorA. H. GILMOREProhibition. Lieutenant GovernorKITTEL HALVERSONMidroad Populist. Secretary of StateALBERT BERGRepublican. Secretary of StateJULIUS J. HEINRICHPeoples-Democrat. Secretary of StateARCHIBALD A. STONEProhibition. Secretary of StateMICHAEL F. WESENBERGMidroad ___ Populist. State AuditorROBERT C. DUNNRepublican. State AuditorGEORGE N. LAMPHEREDemocrat-Peoples. State AuditorDELBURT U. WELDProhibition. State AuditorCHARLES H. HOPKINSMidro...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 5 November 1898

I Uv W*' t'h\ mPl-M^-- RALLYJO CLOSE THE CAMPAIGN PARADE} SATURDAY AND MEETING AT THE AUDITORIUM. Closing Meeting of the Republican* In St. Pa.nl Will Be a. Fitting Cli max for a Successful WeekDem ocrats Are All at Sea Over the Local Ticket and Knives Are Out All Along the LineRepublicans Are UnitedThe CandidatesPo litical Notes. At yesterday's meeting of the Repub lican county executive committee Messrs. Picha, Libbey and Selb were named as .a special committee to take charge of and complete the arrangements for Saturday night's rally at the Auditorium, with which the Republicans will close the cam paign locally. It is intended to make this a fitting close to a week that opened as enthusiastically as did this week of the campaign in St. Paul. It is proposed to have a huge parade preceding the meet ing. Republicans from the various wards will gather at Rice Park and parade to the Auditorium. The Minnesota State band has already been engaged and the Third ward Republicans have also ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 12 November 1898

If' 1 MANILA JAIL D00RS0PEN PROMPT LIBERATION OF PRISON- ERS BY OVR FORCES. Pitiful Canes tl OvvTewion and In justice Revealed, toy Examination The War on Women for Reit Ina- the "Army of Spain71Capt. Moffett'* Work of Setting? Free Political PrisonersMany Pa thetic Stories. Brought OutTh Prisons of the City and the "Way They Wew Conducted. In the ordinary .course of ifihe occupa tion of the city fey our forces an investi gation of the cKaracter and the inmates of the Spanish prisons began, says a Ma nila letter to the New York Sun. So much had been known before of the way in which Spaniards treat their prisoners that there naturally was little delay, and as soon as Col. rteeve was .fairly settled in his office as chief of police he recom mended to Gen. MacArthur the appoint ment of Capt. W. P. Moffett, A company, First North Dakota volunteers, as gen eral superintendent of prisons. The ap pointment was made, and Capt. Moffett at onoe began his work. It took a very short time to dev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 12 November 1898

ADAMS BROS, EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 4 9 E 4th S St- Paul, Minn. I88TJED BIMULTAHEOTTStT XX 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 213-215 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, DUMBER 497 MAIN STREET L. A. BROWN, Manager. TERMS, STillCTLY 111 ADVANCES Mingle copy, one year $2.00 Ingle copy, six months $1.10 t'hen ingle copy, three months 60 subscriptions are by any means allowed to rna without prepayment, the term* are 00 ct-uta for each 18 wettks mid 5 cent* for each add week, or at the rate of lei.40 per year. B*mittamces should be made by Kxpreu Monev Order. i'ost Office Money Order, items \ered Letter or Bank Draft. Postage stamp* ...

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