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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 15 October 1887

tit- i .*V y' i wy:~ r'- i W'/. t' V -5 I. mr~ if iS ST. PAUL.' i i SATURDAY.'OCTOBER 15, 1887. All persons wishing to transact business with the WESTERN APPEAIi will please take notice that the office is now in the Union Block, corner of Fourth and Cedar, Room, No. 27, Fifth Floor. Take the elevator. Wednesday, November 2,1887. THE exposition winds up with a blow out to.night. n*V DR. HURD & Co.', the painless "dentists, No. 24 E I bird street. THE new theatre project seems to be assuming defiuite shape. THERB is a letter at the WESTERN .AP- PEAL office for Mr. Foster Byrd. NOTHING gives more solid comfort than a box ol Colgan's Taffy-Tolu Gum. R. BENJAMIN DAY, of Faribault, gave the WESTRRN APPEAL a call this week?. Go to Warren & Hurst's Lunch Room No. 385 Minnesota street, when you are hungry. MANAGER BARNES of the St. Paul club says that the profits on the season have been about $11,000. THE second prize at the International drill at Chicago was won by the Second ..Minn...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 22 October 1887

1 1 Mm WESTERN APPEAL. Published Weekljr .r -&.-. BY TOX Korthwestera PublisMng OFFICE: ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK, COR. FOURTH AND CEDAR.*. 3. ADAMS, Editor. THERMS. Single Copy, ptr year *ix Month* *rSM 'ibree Monthf .....I..*"."*.* S obscriptioitobapidln dyance.'* When 'rob cripttomwenotpaldla or by means 2S?i to "iB ^^onadranee prepayment,any ^SStSS^BSSS^-9^^ me tern wii60cti for each 13 veeka aad casta tor aaco odd week. Marriages andd deaths to be announced at all eosae In seaso to be news. *Trifsn(n notices, fifty centa. 1 w,t strictly inadvance" 'meat We do not bold onrsolTea respoialble for tha Yieweof our correspondents. Beading notlcea 15 centa per line. Special ra ea for advertisement! for a longer tin* wan a month. A blue croas mark opposite yonr name denote* that yonranbscrlptlonhaa expired. Too will confer a favor by renewing the same. w Communications to receive attention moat ha newty, uponImportant aubjecta, plainly written only npon one aide of the paper, mast reach...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 22 October 1887

I- i St*. -ft I -4- i i 4, fe?&ra Sppe WESTKBN APPEAL PuB&ismxa COMPART. ST. PAUL, MINN. THE prince of Wales is said to be an excellent performer on the banjo. NO VA SCOTIANS propose to Tml a yacht to compete for the America's cup SAW ED square pine timber imported from Canada is dutiable at the rate of $2 per thousand feet. -i. CHARLES SCRIBNEE'S SONS will pub- lish this week the "Recollections of a Minister to France/ 1 B. Washburne. H. MCGREGOR, the parficiuarly popular member of-the Russian Lega tion at Washington, will spend the coming winter in Paris. THOMAS BAILEY ALDRIOH'S earnings are placed at about $5,000 per year, which sum includes his salary as editor of the Atlantic Monthly. COL. MAPLESON, the once great op eratic impresario, is now a provincial tourist in Great Britain with a singing company headed by Minnie Hauk. THE biography of the Emperor Wil liam, which Dr. Strauss was putting through the press at the time of his death, has just appeared in London. COLUM...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 22 October 1887

&* Ifcsnri mmm ibM&i^J^iiShTiifr ISK HE SICK HORSE WON. A. Long-Hafred Kebraskan's Instructive 4..,^ Experience with Two Strangers. "Say," said a long-haired man wear ing ono boot and one shoe as he ap proached the wagon while we were camped on the edge of Sidney, JNeb., "you fellers ain't got no runnin1 stock with you, I reckon?" "No." 1 $$!3*~'$ "I 'lowed they didn't look that way. But, then, you can't tell nothin' by looks. Hosses," and here he made a long pause and appeared to be count ing the spokes in the wheel "hpsses is peculiar critters." "How's that?" "W'y, 'bout a month ago Just iuclnf lookin' crowd as you be come along with a couple of old hosses an' a cov ered wagon. You know. Bill Simmons has got a runnin' hoss. Well, Bill hap pened to mosey 'round where they was camped, an' he looks at their poorest hoss au' kinder grins inwardly an' keeps down a laugh by tryin' mighty hard, an' says he: 'Stranger, that air hoss o' your'n looks 'a if he might have some speed i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 22 October 1887

ft. 4 "Mo." St|r 1 i 1 t?rm THE SICK HORSE WON. Long-Hatred Kebrsskan'a Instructive Experience with Two Strangers. "Say," said a long-haired man wear ing ono boot and one shoe as he ap proached the wagon while we were camped on the edge of Sidney, .Neb., "you fellers ain't got no runnin' stock with you, I reckon?" "I 'lowed they didn't look that way.' But, then, you can't tell nothin' by looks. Hosses," and here he made a long pause and appeared to be count ing the spokes in the wheel "hosses is peculiar critters." "How's that?" "W'y, 'bout a month ago just such a lookin' crowd as you be come along frith a couple of old hosses an' a cov ered wagon. You know. Bill Simmons has got a runnin' ho33. Well, Bill hap pened to mosey 'round where they was camped, an' he looks at their poorest hoss au' kinder grins inwardly an' keeps down a laugh by tryin' mighty haid, an' says he: 'Stranger, that air hoss o' your'n looks 's if he might have some speed in him?' 'Ya-es,' says the man, soiter sl...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 22 October 1887

IX & aa JliTfWWi rmw ST. PAUL! SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1887. All persons wishing to transact busine ss with the WESTERN APPEATJ -will please take notice that the office is now in the Union Block, corner of Fourth and Cedar, RoomcNo. 27, Fifth Floor. Take the elevator. Absolutely Unique. sm* The musical and literary entertain- ment by Adams' German Class at Turn- er Hall, Wednesday evening, November 2nd, will be the most novel affair ever given in St. Paul. The program has been arranged to suit every taste. For the devout there is a prayer then a poem entitled "Hope"and some sweet Sun- day-school songs such as, Always Cheer- ful." and "Mein Sabbath Heim." Those who are moved by a concord of sweet sounds will hear the beautiful solos, "Ye Mer Birds" "Thou art so near and yet so far" and "Through the Eye the Heart doth speak" rendered in the highest style of the lyric art. Those who like funny tilings will roar with laughtei at the "Sad Story of Silly Little Hans" "The Englishman in ...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 5 November 1887

"^t ft VOL. III.-N0.23." WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly T THX Irtiestiri MlisMif Conjuy, OF7IOK: BOOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COR. FOUKTH AND CEDAR. ADAXI Editor. SlaglaCopy,ar TIW tiu 1 krea Month* fca-bacrtatton. ta a paid 1m tdrue* oU* M tnrttoa. Wfcaa'tna-rupted onatiuwaraaot paldln MruMor ferae? mm ra allow.4 to ran without pr^aaymea*, tha Hmi wUUtMoM for aacbis vaeka art I mto MCk 0*4 WMK. ICanrUgu and deatha to b* aaaomMtd ftt 11 awl on* te sea vn be newt. Marrl*eaai4aUtiiotloM,lt7tt Tifmnkt ttctljr 1B a4vanca. A4Trttol^frte.,U Jlftjr easts ar ifaajraaf tight We do sat bold onraehrai ratpcnatfcla far tbt viava at oar eorretpoBdenta. Kaadlorotieca is cent* per llaa. Spa al ra far adfarUaamanta for a loamr ttaaa thaa. a montht A blue eroa. nark aaanalta jromr name daaotaa taat janr aab Hptloa baa expired. will aaaiar A rarer by ren.wtaj tk une. Couaanieatloa* to recatro attaartta* aaat ka wy. aaoatmponamt aabjaeta. alUaiy witnaa ady upon aid* oi the papar, matt reach a iar tkaa Thnr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 5 November 1887

I Mrra Mpi'!' WBSTBBR APPBAZ. POBZABBXNO CoxrAtrr. BT. PAUf. VALUABLE anthracite coal-fields have been discovered in Sonora, Mex. ^EV EN United States Senators were abroad last suqamer, and each says he is abetter American than ever. Ix is proposed to erect a $200,000 mon ument to Charles Dickens in London. Walter Besant has undertaken to raise the money among his literary friends. HE art of paper making has reached a point where a growing tree may be cut down, made into paper and turned ont as a newspaper all within thirty six hours. A. mmmmmmatmam i Miss BERTHA OPPENHEIMEB, of Phil adelphia, is the latest victim of tight lacing. The verdict returned by the coroner's jury was: "Heart-disease, due to tight lacing." P. T. BARNUM, the veteran show man, is planning along trip through Central and South America. He will not be accompanied by his show, go ing for pleasure only. J. W GRAY IS the third man who has crossed the continent on a bicycle. He left Chicago June 18, traveled leisure...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 5 November 1887

1 SSS5 mm ?cfl I ff 1!*" 41 J' t# f^" iH A ONE WAS SAVED. A. Survivor of the Wrecked Steamer Vernon Besened from a Raft, Alter Spending Sixty Hoars in the Water Hi* Version ot the CatastropheFifty Persons were Aboard the Doomed Tea* ael. STCBQEON BAT, Wis., Nov 2.Up to the arrival of the schooner Pomeroy from Chi cago, which passed through the bay yester day, it was supposed that not a single sur vivor was lefc of the forty or flfby people who were on the propellor Vernon when she went down off Sheboygan early last Saturday morning. It Is now known, how ever, that at least one man lives to tell the tale of that terrible night on Lake Michi gan. The Pomeroy has on board the only survivor, so far as now known, of that awful disaster The name of the man who has thus been rescues, from death after he had given up all hope of ever again setting his foot upon dryland is Alfred Stone. He is from Chi cago and is one of the Vernon's crew: He had been in the water atty hours, exposed to a bit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 5 November 1887

^ws^is =aU i IK [&,i f* ?r 7 rliSw* ^^SSSSktmam ST. PAUL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1887. All persons wishing to transact business trttli the WESTERN APPEAL will please take notice that the office is now in the Union 'Block, corner of Fourth and Cedar, Boom, Jfo. 27, JMfth Floor. Take the elevator. DR. HUBD & Co., the painless dentists, Ho. 24 E Ihird street. THE only J. W. Scanlan at the^G^and Opera House next week. Go to Warren-& Hurst's Lunch Room No. 385 Minnesota street, when you are hungry. *t MBS. EICHABD MANNING of West St. Paul, left last week for a visit to Keo kuk, Iowa. During October, Building Inspector Johnson issued 424 permits to build at an estimated cost of $418,025. MissE. BELLE SMITH entertained at dinner last Sunday Miss Lizzie Gedily, Messrs. C. F. and Q. Adams. FOE good, square, home-made meals, call at Mrs. Mary McLain's boarding house, No. 380 Minnesota Street. ARTIFICIAL teeth inserted solidly in the mou-h without a plate by Doctors Ellis and Stanle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 12 November 1887

VOL. III.-N0.24. WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly r TM lorthwestera ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK COR. FOUHTH AND CEDAR. O ADAKI, Editor. TanGiicst. klxMoatha IkreaMentb*...., ***rill crltto art mot paid l adra^a rhx 0r A Whatever else Harper's Weekly may or may not have been the fact still re mains that it has invariably been sound on the "Negro Question" and never loses an opportunity to say something in behalf of the down-trodden and op pressed, and to speak in commenda tory terms of such matters of excellence as come to it's notice. In the last issue the following appeared: NEGRO TROOPS IN THE CIVIL WAR. At a moment when the bitterness of race prejudice is shown by the recent school controversies in Kansas, Indiana and Ohio, reminding us of the old free States that we cannot consistently re proach our brethren of the old slave States with the same fault, the publica tion by the HARPERS of a History of the Negro Troops in the War of the Rebell ion, 18611865, is most timely. Itls written b...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 12 November 1887

4 |*tes hdern ^ggent WESTBILS APPEAL PUBLISHING OOSGPAHV. ST. PAUf. MINN. MR. WALTZ is the name of the or- ganist of the Catholic Cathedral at Hertford, Conn. "xkh Ex-SENATOR DOESEY has never per mitted a razor to touch his" face. But neither has Dr. Mary Walker. ANTHONY Comstock, of New York, says that he has destroyed forty-nine tons of obscene literature in fifteen pears. EDMUND MONTGOMERY, of Georgia, lived to be one hundred and two years Df age without ever taking a dose of medicine. PROHIBITI ON is to have a trial in Constantinople. Th police are closing ihe liquor-shops kept by Europeans," oh the ground that they are demoralizing the Turkish people. -J" 'v THE length of silk ribbon annually manufactured in Passaic County, N J., is 22,731 miles. Silk manufactur ing in America, directly and indirectly, employs 65.000 people. -^.:-:B^ JUDGE ISAAC C. PARKER, of Ft. Smith, Ark., has passed the death sen tence on eighty-four persons, and tried over six thousand criminal cases dur i...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 12 November 1887

e= 33^3 5. WAS IT DYNAMITE? Chief-Justice Walte deceives a Myste lioxis BoxThe Contrivance Resemble* an Infernal Machine, and the Support* tion I That an Attempt Has Been Made on BCIs LifeA Broken "Wire Renders I HaimlessThe Affair May Have Been Concocted Simply for the Purpose of Creating: a Sensation. "WASHINGTON, NOV 4.An attempt waa made last night to either Mi or malm Chief Justice Walte of the Triced States Supreme Court or to perpetrate silly hoax About (3 3 0 a sma ll pasteboard box was sent to his house through the special-delive ry postal service I wa a about ten by six inches and looked some thing like a valentine box. I was addressed In a small, cramped and apparently dis guised back-hand to "Hon. Chief Justice Waite, No. 1415 I street N W Washington, DC" Near the bottom were the words "Important papers," underscored. The thing inclosed was a glass tu be about ten inches long and of the diameter of a lead pencil. The tu be was bent at an angle of about sixty degrees, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 12 November 1887

JC~ ST.^PAUL? SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12,1887. All persons wishing to transact business with the WESTivKN APPEAL* will please take notice that the office is now in the Union Block, corner of Fourth and Cedar, Room, No. 27, Fifth Floor. Take the elevator. MRS, WILLIAM GRAY is on the" sick list this week. QUICK relief for indigestion. Colgan's Taffy Tolu Gum. WILL HACHLEY, of Chicago, was in the city this week. R. HUKD & Co., the painless dentists, No.24E Ibird street. MISS ESTELLA BALL, of Minneapolis, is visiting Mrs". Wm. Gray. R. J. M. ELMORE, of Appleton, Wis., was in the city this week. MR. R. A. MALLORY, of Stillwater, Minn., was in the city this week. MR. LINCOLN VALLE GRAY.of St. Louis, a son of Rev. W. Gray, is in the city. MR. AND MRS. B. C. YANCY, of Edina Mills, Minn, were in the city Sunday MRS. JOHN JOHNSON, of Chicago, is in the city, the guest of Mrs A. W. Bragg HE cable line is expected to be in running order by the middle of next week. Go to Warren & Hurst's Lunc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 19 November 1887

sC ml i w VOL. III.-N0.25. WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weeklj, HortbvesterH PuMisMij Compay, OFFICE: .ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COR. FOURTH AND CEDAR. f. ADAMS, Editor. tagla Copy,par yaa itu MX vomth I IkrecMontht It tfabicriptions to aa paid IM adTuV*." Wh*a* tub cri^tlf^i r not paid la adraneaor ay any mfiaa aar* allowa* to rua without pr.-aaymeat, a tarma will ba ea oants for aach it waoka U aaata for aaca o* weeK. Marrl&gai and death* to be aanoanead at all BUM* oaaa ta aea-on to be uewt. Marriage aa i death notioaa, ftfty oaaia. Paymeat trtctly in advanca. AdrartUfaur vatea, fifty oanta par iqpuuraaf aiakt llaaa aolM (te eaeh Jmertlon. Wo do not hold oanelre* raaponatbla fa* ta* Tiawa af onr corretpoadenu. Raiuiina notice* IS cent* per Ha*. Spec al ra ei far advertliamanti far a KMSOT than a month. bine croat nark eapoelte yoar name deaotea that year ub.clptioH has expired. Tea will eeaier a farar by reaawlng- the time. Caoamonicatloat to recelra attaatiaa. be aewty, naommporiaa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 19 November 1887

1 ~j S:' 1NK Vft' lijfrz 4- WBSTWBN APPE AL PUBLISHING COMPANY. ^BT. PAIIf. MINN. I costs |5.125 an hour to run the city of New*York. THE property of Trinity Church, New York City, is said to be worth 1100,000,000. ..x COMMODORE JOSEPH B. HILL is the oldest officer in the American navy. He was appointed in 1813. THE periodical dynamite scare has possession of London just now, and the police are on the alert for mysteri ous looking Irish-Americans. IN 1800 there were in all the Unite! States only six cities of over 6.000 in habitants. In 1880 there were 286, and by this time there are many more. JOHN SMITH is a famous old stage driver, aged ninety years, now living atFryeburg, Me., who is said to have driven miles enough to belt the earth nine times. PROP. ELISHA GRAY has invented what he calls "The Telantograph," which will transmit "fac-simile" au tographs to any distance over ordinary telegraph wires. A SILVER-HAIRED patron of Ine Fifth Avenue Hotel in New York, who has lived ther...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 19 November 1887

IW -mi Ail, i-L DAYLIGHT. If a gentlemanly the name of Day volunteers to throw the light of his ex perience into the darkened places of misery, so that others may go and do as he has done and enjoy life, may it not be reasonably called daylight? As for instance, take the case of Captain Sargent 8. Day. Gloucester, Mass., who writes April 16, 1881: "Home time ago I was suffering with -henmatism. I used a small portion of St. Jacobs Oil and was cured at once. have used it for sprains and never one have known it to fail. I will never be without a bottle." Captain Day also re ceived a circular letter, and in reply under dateof July 1,1887, he says: "I used the Oil as stated and was permanently cured of rheumatism by its use." During the inter vening six years there had been no recur rence of the pain. Also a letter from Mr. H. M. Converse, of the Warren (Mass.) Herald, dated July ,9,1887, as follows: "In response to yours of June 22, would say that in 1880 my wife had a severe attack of...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 19 November 1887

it-,- fv!? ST. PAUL.m SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19,1887. All persons wishing to transact business with the WESTERN APPEAIi will please take notice that the office is now in the Union Block, corner of Fourth and Cedar, Boom, No. 27, Fif th Floor. Take the eleTator.X^g, MR. Jas. BOTLER, of Duluth, paid us a visit this week. THOUSANDS quit tobacco by using Col gan's Taffy-Tolu Gum. DR. HTJRD & Co., the painless dentists, No. 24 E Ihird street. GIVE thanks next Thursday. 'There will be services at all the churches. PERSONS wishing hauling done by Geo. Duckett will leave orders at this office. A LITERARY society was organized at the Methodist church last Tuesday night. THE Young Mens Social club have in vitations out for a soiree at G. A. R. hall next Tuesday evening. MRS. W. H. CLAY, Misses Ednah J. Mason and Courtney Dover visited the Flour City last Tuesday. THE meeting of the Mite Society at the Baptist church last Monday even ing was a very interesting one. THE Boston Ideals at the Gra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 26 November 1887

VOL. III.-N0.26. WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly ar TH* lortbiestera Ma a nMjStA. .fc5. WB ar PublisMit Company, OtfFIOK: ROOM 27, TNION BLOCK. COE. FOURTH AND CEDAR. Q. ADA1U, BdHor. *e IkreaMeatlw JtabMri^Uoxwtob paid la adTaaoa." Wbit'irt- allowa* to re. without preaaymeat,tk****! tana SefcifwSfc *Ch W W,S MMrtages and teathi to b anaoaaoad at all ma* to ka awa. Ua^Wat^ffi^^ Tre do not hold onnelre* rtapoiutMa tn tha TMvatfoir axtrnipoadonta. nwadlag netluaa eaatti per thw* paclal ratea far adrertlMmanta for a kmgt* apaoalta yoar nam* daaotaa hatjaw rabiesiptloB haa expired. TaawUtaaater ft hwr by mewing the lame. CeammanieattoB* to recelret atUatlea aut be aavey, aaanlmpertaat labjteta, plalaly wrlttaa aaly 2?* 2L* Jate ttaa ThuMdayi. aad bear the .lgaatui* at the ataer. No mattafcrlpt returned. pedal terma ta ageata whe dealre pleee the paper ea tale. nmn ATPQSTtrricEASsEcoip-cLAMiAmi. JMTTAKE NOTICE.-r Thii paper is for sale by: C. WALDON, 108, Fifth street," St. Paul. CHAS.L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 26 November 1887

VOL. III.-NO.26. ar WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly BT XB* MtartHt^ PflbllsMij Conpaay, OIVIOJE: BOOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COR. FOURTEC AND CEDAR. JT. Q. ADAMS, Bd#or. 9B5 iBcl*Cayjr.X* y*ur .teg lkre Month* vbMrtytlonatob paid i dTii.'* Whi*in. j******* d*thi to bo Mutowood all maat .H*i5 tohe nw. lk?E!ljft ,M, HMWtf tHkt \*f* 0,,lt '""Man. 4? emci Tve do not hold oonelrea mponilklf for the twtri OWP ttorreipoadenu. Bdteg aotte ia cent* per ttae. A Mn eroMKark oppoalto for nam* 4aot wbc*ptton KM oxpind. Tom wilf STr a favor by reMwlnc tko tame OoauaoBieatlom* to reealro attmtim matt bo aovor, BpOBtmportamt tabjeta, platel/ writtom omlr ?JH*2?*L*J.eo*thop Jotar rD1"r ThufaUjri, aad bear tha il*aatora of tka Ho maanacript ratnrned. poolal torma to ogasti who doalro to plaoo too oporoBiala. EITMD ATFQSTIFFICBA3SECOID-CLASallffn. MT TAKE NOTICE. ON This paper is for sale C. WAUON 108, Fifth street," St. Paul. CHAS.LANDRE, 111, Harrison St., Chicago. R* S. BRYANT, 446, S. State St., Chicag...

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