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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 21 January 1899

ft 'kt' f- *T. PAUL. J WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO V IfiK T*S icXPITAfc. vv pJs: Ity and Saintly CMjr Jtolks way Item* ot Social, BeUglou* and General Matters Amonf the People. BoU Ml DOTa, j.* "YtsremembW-' ^^V-(- The meeting of the i V'"/v. JW American Law Enforcement Lfague, Sunday Jan. 29tti at Pi'grim Church 3:30 p.m. Yon and your friends are cordiallv invited. Mr. James Banister though still quife low is slowly improving. Woman is a most charming creators, who changes her heart as easily as she does her gloves.Balzac. Mre. James mister who has been eojournitgin Fargo haa returned home 'having been called to the sick bedside of her husband. Miss Ella Burton who was stopping with Mr. Michell of 379 Carroll etrett has left for tier home iu Natchez, Miss. to spend the winter. TRY THE MEA.I4 AT THE MET- ROPOLITAN RESTAURANT, 378MIN- NEtOTA STREET AND YOU'LL EAT THERE ALL THE TIME. The surpris -party which was being arranged to be given to the fire laddies of Hot Supply No. 4 on the 30l...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 21 January 1899

I A THK CREAM CITY OF THE LAKES AND ITS NEWS. Items of all Sorta Gathered Together by Oar TJblqaltoas Reporter and. Served up In Dainty Style for the Deleetatloa of Our Readers. We have lost our Canon Ball. Mr. J. W. Jones of Cincinnati Is in the city. Mr. Jones will be a great help to St Marks. Mayor (ico. Caab has subscribed for THE APPEAL. Prof. E. Williams ires called to Fond du Lac on basin es'. Mr. ti. W. Leigh of Indianapolis is in the city, at the Phvnkenton. Mr. H. H. Bland and son Harry are still codfiued to their beds. Mre. Jerry Iebell who has been on the eick lifct is able to be out again. Mr. R. B. Montgomery of the Advo cate ia in Madison on business. Prof. E. Williams has returned from Borlin where he went pn busineef. Mr. Wm Fjaoklin of Erie, Pa., is in city and can be found at the Plan kinton. .._- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blackwell bave returned from Racine where they went on business. Thos. Taylpr has resigned his position at the Plankinton and will go to Minne apolis...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 28 January 1899

-M I was the ideal place for a summer holidaya pleasant old farm with a red roof, where lichens grew In patches of yellow, and the stone-crop and house leek in patches of green a house with long, low rooms, furniture that shone with beeswax and elbow-grease, and beds whose coarse homespun linen sheets smelled of lavender. There were, indeed, two lavender-bushes in the garden, as well as rosea and stocks, sweet clover-pinks and "old man." The farm was stocked with in teresting live creaturescows, pigs, chickens, turkeys and pigeons there behind the ,t.. vWere sheep dotting the downs L**. _..... *k*ifc V-fi*firv^fyf ^'rf*"-r-'- i'i- imiteir'^ across the orchard, where the apples were beginning to grow hard and round, you could see the long, shining, blue line of the sea. Mabel Roscommon liked that sea-line. and she liked the garden, the orchard, and the rest of itall but the turkeys. She was a little afraid of these, because she was by profession a highschool teach er, and had been ta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 28 January 1899

I S V'4 1 J*' A&t t'ete THE APPEAL. ft NATIONALAFRO-AHERIGAN NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED WXBKX.Y BT ADAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 49 E. 4th S St. Paul, Minn. X88X7XD BmULTAHEOUBLTIH 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, Boom 817 P. F. HALE, Manager^ CHICAGO OFFICE, No. 323-5 Dearborn St. Suite 813-215 ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, No. 312 West Jefferson St. Room 8 W.V. PBNN, Marrager, ST. LOUIS OFFICE, Ho. 1002 FRANKLIN AVENUE J. H. HARRISON, Manager. DALLAS OFFICE, DUMBER 497 MAIN STREET L. A- BROWN, Manager. s: 3* TERMS, STiilCTLY in ADVANCE: ingle copy, one.year $2.00 Single copy, six months $1.10 Single copy, throe months 60 When subscrlptlo na are by uny mean, allowed to rna without prepayment, the term, nre 60 ceu ts tct each ia weeks and 5 cemu for caeh lrt week, or at the rate of tti.40 per year. SMmlttsxicea should be made b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 28 January 1899

ST. PAUL I WEEKS RECORD IN MlNNESO .TA' CAPITAL. "&- Saintly City and Saintly City Folks Hewsy Items ot Social, Religious and General Blatters Amonc the People, BoW Yt8 remember The meeting of the American Law Enforcement League, Sunday Jan, 29t*i at Pi'grim Church 3:30 p. in. Yoa and your friends are cordiallv invited. Mr. James Bamster continues to im prove. Mr. S. Bowman, at 553 Sibley street, Is quite ill. It is reported that Mrs A. Drake of Stillwater is very sick Mrs E. J. Allen ia prepared to doexamination hair work at her residence, 556 Sibley street TRY THE MEALS AT THE MET- ROPOLITAN BESTAURANT, 378MIN- NE-OTA STREET AND YOU'LL EAT THERE ALL THE TIME. Those of our patrons who desire to feave matter published must get theB game in this office not later than Thursday, otherwise it may be crowd ed out. The swellest and (biggest time ever had will be 'at the masquerade party, at Twin City Kail, Wednesday, Feb. 8. Don't miss ilt A handsome prize to the finest costume. Cheap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 28 January 1899

13 l/l Li && THE CREAM CITY O HE LAKES A ND ITS NEWS. Items of all Sorts Gathered Together by Oar Ubiquitous Reporter and Served op In Dainty Style for the Delectation of Our Readers. Mr. E. Blackwell is on the sick list. The Reed brothers are on the sick list. Miss Anna L. Miles is on the sick list. Mr. W. M. Hargrow is on the sick list. Mr. William Martini is on the sick list. Mr. G. W. Bland is confined to his bed with La Grippe. Mr. William Franklin is confined to his bed with the grip. Mr. Isaac Johnson and wife are in Chicago attending court. Mrs. Thomas H. Sanford, of 613 State street, is on the sick list. Mr. Edward Kemp, who has been on the sick list, is able to be out again. Mr. A. V. Rainey, who has been sick with the grip, is able to be out again. Mrs. A. Zedricks, of Chicago, came up to attend Mr. Henry Bland's fu neral. Mr. W. C. Chauncy, of the Soldiers' Home, was in the city and called on the Appeal. Miss Mabel Green has recovered from a week's sickness, and ...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 4 February 1899

VOL. l^iSjriHPHHaaiapg^s rAT* SHE MAY AND MAY WOT DO TO AMUSE HERSELF. sr Life Consist* Principally In Talkingan Gamins at Her "No- vio"Traits of Personal Beanty Refreshingly Frank Treatment of love Affairs In tne Land of the MontesumasServant Girls In the United States Probably Happlei Than the Senorita. TbJat.j8.onJy a^woman's.vievw of but there"4 has- been** so,'*:'nfue^''' rapture over the soft-eyed Mexican se norita and her fascinations and her beauty, that anything in the way of facts and novelty ought to be. welcome. Once there was a man who was honest. He eyent a fortnight in.the city of Mexico. and admitted, fearfully and in hushed tones, as of one who burns that which he has adored then, more openly, and at length boldly, witb pride in his courage ous veracity, that in all that time the one pretty girl he had seen turned" out to bo an. American. This was too sweep ing, says a Guadalajara letter to the New York Tribune. Even among the se norltas there are rather pretty girl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 4 February 1899

li._TWs,.is.onl3f Ii& xi t- ,Vk3. WThenDthere'knowthingEoan,d WBAT* SHE MAY AN MAY HOT DO mM OUL yon tip news my friend* Tbe wos of the world Its weal? one do,, certain, And that to-read T3tt APPEAL. THE MEXICAN send to Paris and the "city" for their gowns and hatsgowns and hats of which the belle of Pun.ipkinyille would be proud. Among the curiosities of Paris the place from which they import those"hats, is not to be seen. The system of fierce lacing, whose aim Is the prevention of the all but inevitable superfluous weight, which is the bugbear of the senorlta, has produced no supple waists nor slender grace. The bodice of the senorita is hope lessly square. And there are two girls in the city who have had the first idea that their magnificent hair should not bethe turned and kinked like wool, and twisted In the back into tight lumps. One of these mourns because her novio who has seen and lived in the world will not per mit the cutting and crinkling of her gold brown locks, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 4 February 1899

ft' THE APPEAL. A NATIONAL AFRO-AMERICAN NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED WKKKI.T BT ADAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 49 E. 4th S St- Paul, Minn. IBBUXS BIMULTANEOU8I.T IN 8alnt 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. P. HALE, Manager^ CHICAGO OFFICE, No. 323-5 Dearborn St- Suite 213-215 CF.ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, No. 312 West Jefferson St. Room 3 W. V. PENN, Manager, ST. LOUIS OFFICE, No. 1002 FRANKLIN AVENUE J. H. HARRISON, Manager. DALLAS OFFICE, NUMBER 49 7 MAIN STREET L. A BROWN, Manager. TERMS, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE: Single copy, one year $2.00 Single copy, six months SI.10 Single copy, three months 6 0 When subscriptions are by any means a lowed to ran without prepayment,.the terms are 60 cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for eaeh odd week, or at the rate of &J.40 per year. Remittances should be made by Express Money Order. P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 4 February 1899

*T.JPAUk2 a WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO t* Saint)? City MM Saintly Qtsy sTtolka Kewey Items o* Social JUUgloae and tienerat lUtMH Anaonaj jttoeasga Boll Mrs^E, -J?* Alloa is -prepared, to do hair work at iiet'f^fl^en^^BSa^ley street. *-v*V *r -^y^^^'^ Mr. Oliver Blige Who has been ill for some time is now reported to be com pletely paralyzed. Get ready for the Douglass Day cel ebration Feb. 17. Let it be made the grandest affair ever given in the Twin cities. TRY TH E MEALS AT THE MET- ROPOLITAN RESTAURANT, 378MIN- HE-OrA STREET AND YOU'LL EAT THERE ALL THE TIME. Hon. J. Frank Wheaton eloquently argued in favor of the passage of his civil rights bill last Thursday and the House recommended its passage. Mr Turner J. Starks was fined $10 in the Municipal court this week for keeping his barber shop open on Sun day. This was his second offense. *fhose 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 ou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 4 February 1899

I __$* wmm MH. THE CREAM CITY OP THE LAKES AND ITS NEWS, Items of all Sort* Gathered Together by Oar Ubiquitous Reporter and Served up to Dainty Style for the Delectation of Our Headers. Mr. Wm Dangerfield is on the sick Hat* Dr. 8. A. Matthews of 637 Jefferson St. is on the sick-list. Mrs. A. Zedricks of Chicago, has re turned home. Mrs. T. Fowler is on tbeeick list.' Also Mrs. Inez Thirll. Mrs. B. F. L. Taylor and daughter Effie are oo the sick list. Mr. William Martin is seriously ill at bis home with puenmonia. The Misses Rachel and Clara Black of O-hkosh expects to visit the city soon Why should a person take exception6 at waat was for their opposite gender? Coou-Can Willie has gone to Hot Springs. Also Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mason. .-.1'Vrv'- Mrs. E. Williams will accompany her husband on his ninety days trip through Mexico and California. Meseers, Gao. W. Blaid BPnior and junior, who have been on the tick list are able to ba out again. Mr. Jas, Stewait has the grip. He claims ...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 11 February 1899

tft- VOL. 15, NO. 6. is OULD you know ine DOWS, JH^IZZT^^ The woes of the-world and its weal? Then, them's one thing to do, certain* 1% And that is^read T3 APPEAL'. STORY OF THE BYPRODUCI ALMOST TOO WORDERPBL FOR CREDENCE. Greatest Achievement the Nine teenth CenturyA Romance of Pact Told for the First TJme The Gre at Distinctive Feature of the Closing Centnry I the Gnr bae Barrel Rather Than the Dy namo-WimKProduct Turned Into the Moat Valuable Uses. Not in the dynamo, tint tff the garbage barrel,-lies the great distinctive feature of thenineteenth century. The submarine gun the phonograph and the kinetoscope, which we cannot help seeing any more than the liveried attendants at the door of a shop or the brilliant displays of its windows, represent only the theatrics of modern civilization, and certainly they are more attractive thai a dishwasher with a smudge on the nose or the sign "Please Dump Waste Here," just as a counter of confections is more soothing to theess aesthetic sens...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 11 February 1899

/,??u 333315 THE APPEAL. A NATIONAL AFBO-AMEBfCAN NEWSPAPER PUBIJPHED WSKKLT BT ADAMS BROS/EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 49 E- 4th S St. Paul, Minn. ISSUED BIMULTANEOU8LT I N Saint Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago, Louisville, St. Louis, Dallas, ST. PAUL OFFICE, No. 164 Union Block 4th and Cedar J. Q. ADAMS, Publisher MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE, North Westurn Blook Room. No 609 H.ROBERTS. M*f^9r- CHICA60 OFFICE, No. 323-5 Dearborn St. Suite 213-215 F- ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, No. 312 "West Jefferson St. Room 3 W. V. PENN, Manager, ST. LOUIS OFFICE, No. 1002 FRANKLIN AVENUE J. H. HARRISON, Manager. DALLAS OFFICE, NUMBER 49 7 MAIN STREET L. A BROWN, Manager. TERMS, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE: Single copy, one year $2.00 Single copy, six months *uo Single copy, three months 60 When subscriptions arc by any means allowed to run without prepayment, the terms are 60 cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for eaeh odd week, or at the rate of 3.40 per year. Remittances should be made by Express Money Order. Pos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 11 February 1899

ft, 3& ST. PAUL. A WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO TA'S CAPITAL. The Saintly City and Saintly City Folks Newsy Items of Social, Religious and General Matters Among the People, Boil ed Down. Sir. James Banister still to improve. continues Mrs, Drake, of Stillwater is reported to be much better. Mr. S. Bowman, of 553 Sibley street, is improving slowly. Mr. A. Scott is quite sick with an at tack of inflammation of the stomach. Mrs. E J. Allen is prepared to do hair work at her residence, 55a Sibley street. Next Tuesday is St. Valentine's Day, as some folks will learn. Some pleas antly, others otherwise. Get ready for the Dougla ss Day cel ebration Feb. 17. Let it be made the grandest affair ever given in the Twin cities. Mr. J. F. Cragwell, of Seattle, en route home from, the East, was in the city Wednesday, the guest of Mr. W T. Gazzaway. W may now tell those who follow us of our cold weather experience of the past two weeks. The pioneers have no age on us. TRY THE MEALS A THE MET- ROPOLI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 11 February 1899

ft Mrs. James Simons is sariomly iU a her borne on Prtirle street. Mr. John Rochnter who has been on the sick lis! is a ale to be oat again. Chriatioe the eldest girl of Mr andMre. Hargroves ia very ill with lntermitttn fever. Mr. Charles Birker bas eng ged as valet to poodles at the bench show this week. Dr. A. L. Herron will move to a mora commodious quarter, his present office beiog too sma'l Mrs. T. H. Sanfordand son Ralph hava gone to Quincy, III., where they will re side io the future. Mrs. Adeline Groff in the employ of Mrs. Anson was taken to tne hospital on account of sickness. Mr. Isaac Johnson has returned from Chicago. He SJJB he found his wife con fined to the bed wita grip. The Bench Show is quite a success. Some of the ladies treat their poodles better than their husbands and sweet hearts. Allen'd Di will be observed at St Mark.s, A. M. E. Churco, Sunday eve' niug, Feb. 12. Tnere will be a special programme. Cap ain A. T. Broady has gone to Chi cago where he bas accep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 18 February 1899

1 Jty^^S-*^^ ty'i 3? at j1* VOL 15, Nl JWlAS %j&* St, ft' rjj' .TWfc^llilljfflB U]L THB 1ATB JOHN ERNEST WIMEtnJELIj KEELY, In Fact, He May Safely Be Pro nonnoed the Cleverest of His Day At Itamt All Doubt a the Mind* of His Victims About the Charla tanry the Motor Man Has Been RemovedHis Tricks of Magic Anortuer "Immortal J, N." Dealth has claimed the arch charlatan, John Ernest Worrell Keely, but wha of .SfeL'&WHTOL eheet^^ocked-agalft^and- galn in the last quarter of a century?. Keely had been an artificer in wood and Iran and brass, an Indian fighter, a head waiter, a first violin in an orchestra, a circus performer and a professor of leg erdemain. He combined the skill of all these trades and professions, invented the Keely motor and wheedled millions from his fellowmen. "Here you are, ladies and gentlemen," the might have said. "Here is the great Keely motor. Now you see it move and now you don't. Will some one lend me a few millions of dollars? Thanks. Ob serve, I pla...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 18 February 1899

4 1 3"?:"'. uiiiapupp THE APPEAL. AHATIONAL AFRO AUEMCAW MEWSPAPEB PTBUPHBD WBKBXT 3 ADAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 49 E. 4th St. St. Paul, Minn. ISSUID SIHULTAHZOUSLT XK Saint Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago. Louisville, St. Louis, Dallas. ST. PAUL OFFICE, No. 164 Union Block 4th and Cedar J. Q. ADAMS, Publisher. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE, North "Western Block Room No 609 H.ROBERTS, Manager- CHICAGO OFFICE, No. 323-5 Dearborn St. Suite 213-215 Cf. ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, No. 312 West Jefferson St. Room 3 W. PENN, Manager, ST. LOUIS OFFICE, No. 1002 FRANKLIN AVENUE J. H. HARRISON, Manager. DALLAS OFFICE, NUMBER 497 MAIN STREET L. A- BROWN, Manager. TERMS, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE: Single copy, one year $2.00 Single copy, six months SI.IO Single copy, three months 60 When subscriptions are by any means allowed to ran without prepayment, the terms are 60 cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for eaeb odd week, or at the rate of 82.40 per year. Remittances should be made by Express Money O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 18 February 1899

i ST. PAUL. A WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO TA'S CAPITAL. The Saintly City and Saintly city Folks- ^^f^itei^i o* Social, Religious and .Geiiej&l'Mj^tternkmonsr tTie People, Boil ed Down.''^0f"|| r- ***& 'Mw^jJ^fe te Prispared to do hair work at ^r^idence, 6 Mr. Robert Pelham, Jr., of the Uni ted States land office, Duluth, was in the city this week. Miss Bessie^ B. Taylor, who has of late entered society, is a very promis ing lady, and is noted for her beauti ful and charming ways. TRY THE MEALS AT THE MET- ROPOLITAN RESTAURANT, 378 MIN- NESOTA 8TREET AND YOU'LL EAT THERE ALL THE TIME. ITiose of our patrons who desire to have matter published must get the aame in this office not later than Thursday, otherwise it may be crowd ed out. Mr. J. W.Smi th died at the city hos pital Wednesday, his funeral took place at Pilgrim Baptist church yesterday af ternoon, aa account of wbieh will be given next week. Cheapest place to buy ooal. Beit hard coal $8,10 per ton Maple wood 16.66 per cord...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 18 February 1899

I 4 Mrs. Whitfield's little child is very ill Mrs. Emily Anderson id about to lose the sight of one of her eyes. King Turk 'will again aseamd editorial controi of the Bad Land -Bladder. Mr. Will Goodwin who has been on the sick list is able to leave his bed. King Turk has gone back to the bad lands. He eays no more 400 for him. Miss Annie L. Miles who has been, sick for a week is able to be out again. Mrs. Calvin Lyvers who has been laid up with the grip is able to be out again* The Flankinton consumed 45 to 50 tons of coal every day during the cold snap. Mrs. B. H. Anderson's little child who has been very ill is on the road to recov ery. Mr. George Harwell has gone back to nis old position at the Plankinton Houee barbershop. On the sick list: Mr. John Peoples, Charles Sharp, Anderson White and Co., B. F. L. Taylor. Prof. JE. Williams Mexican party failed to materialize, so be must give up the trip for the summer. Dr. D. P. Redd has S9veral of his fine dogs at the bench show and ma...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 25 February 1899

I. \i 9 i. VOL.15, NO.8. TWO PHASES OF THE CHARACTER OP PRIVATE AGGIE. Rule* He Would Break and Strate- 8n by Which He Continued to Avoid the Conneqnences-Wit That Put Officers to Confusion His Conduct in the Charge at San Juan HillShot to Pieces, He De lighted Fellow Patients With His Songs. Aggie was the moving spirit among the enlisted men of the regiment. He was a Philadelphia boy and his right name was something else. While the regiment was at Tampa he insinuated himself into the rood graces of one of the village belles. After a couple of clandestine meetings on the streets he received an invitation to vifdt the young woman'at her home. He "went, accompanied by a non-commissioned officer as a sort of chaperon and guaran tee of good faith. His summons at the doorbell was anew.wed by the young woman's mother lu person. She invited the callers to take seats in the parlor and shrieked shrilly up the hall stairway: "A-a-a-aggie! Two soldiers!" The non-com used to imitate this shrill...

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