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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 26 November 1887

I fezternMpMiilM WESTERN APPEAL PUBLISHING COUPAMT ST. PAUf. 1 IRA SANKE Y, the singing evangelist, sailed for Europe the other day. A KENTUCKY jury has acquitted a man named Pendul um so that he will not have to swing. 4 Tt a COLON EL CODY ("Buffalo "UiH'*) says he has made $800,000 out of his Wild We st show, and Nate Salsbury has cleared $600,000 from the same combination. MR S. HOLME S, of Cincinnati, who has just reached ho me after a three thou sand-mile yacht cruise through the Jraatlakes, managed her own yacht uring the entire trip. i THE new American church at Nice, Fiance, owes its lavish anonymous gifts to Mrs. Nivens, the widowed sis ter of Mr. Vanderbilt, who is now de fraying the cost of the new reotory. JOBEPH FULLEB, a seaman in the United States navy, living at New burypoit, Mass., has been granted a pension for total blindness from Oc tobei 27, 1863. Th first payment amounts to the fat sum of $18,085. j? THE plaintiff in a suit against a com mercial agency at Montr...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 26 November 1887

ti SfflWwswsw? Av li--*-_-i tteMadHBnMMwn j-** CAN'T GO BEHIND THEM. There is great intensity of the physical condition sometimes, and there are facta which we cannot go behind In illustra tion further of facts which settle the points of a prompt and permanent cure, the fol lowing cases are cited In 1884 Mrs. Mary Sheed suffered terribly with chronic neuralgia. She writes from 1110 Maryland Avenue, Washington, In the first m Ranc she states "I suffered terribly with neuralgia in the face very severe attack extending to back and shoulders, suffered intensely Tried St Jacobs Oil, had parts well rubbed at night in the morning all pom gone, masncally June 10, 1887, she writes from 224 Eleventh Street, S W as follows: "Four years ago I sent you a vol untary certificate setting forth the fact that I had been a great sufferer with neuralgia my face, neck and shoulders I obtained a bottle of St Jacobs Oil, and after three ap plications I was entirely relieved from all pain, and from that ti...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 26 November 1887

lS- JW4 y$K' tfs.. r* iUti There is great intensity of the physical condition sometimes, and there are facta which we cannot go behind. I illustra tion farther of facts which settle the points of a prompt and permanent cure, the fol lowing cases are cited: In 1884 Mrs. Mary K. Sheed suffered terribly with chronic neuralgia. She writes from 1110 Maryland Avenue, Washington, D. C. In thefirstindiamond stan ce she stales: "I suffered terribly with neuralgia in the face very severe attack extending to back and shoulders suffered intensely. Trie'd St Oil ha-d parts -*--'.Jacobs- well rubbed at night: pain gone, magically/' writes from 224 Eleventh Street,' S. W., in the morning all pain gone im^ically/ June 10, 1887, she follows: "Four years ago sent'you a vol untary certificate setting forth the fact that I bad been a great sufferer with neuralgia in my face, neck and shoulders. I obtained a bottle of St. Jacobs Oil, and after three ap plications I was entirely relieved from all pain, a...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 26 November 1887

mmmmmsm. J1 *fc*t Mi amai ST.i PAUL. i f***a if SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26,1887 All persons wishingr to transact bnsiness with the WESTERN 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. DR IIURD & Co the painless dentists, No. 24 E 1 bird street. Mas COBA HENDEBSON retumded from her Chicago trip last Sunday. OLD and young revel in the innocent pleasure chewing Colgate Taffy Tolu uum. REV. M. HENDEBSON 'took a busi ness trip to Chicago this week return ing esterday. MR Z. MITCHELL, of Minneapolis, the correspondent of the APPEAL, gave us a call Thursday. SHERIPK RICHTER made theunfortunate inmates of the jail Thursday by giving all a, magnificent thanksgiving dinner. ARTIFICIAL teeth inserted solidly in the mouth without a plate by Doctors Ellis and Stanley, No. 450 Wabasha street. tf MRS L. A ROBERSON entertained at dinner Thursday, Mr. and Mrs T. H. Lyles, Master Harry and Miss Cora ...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 3 December 1887

ti .Z^'-'-AV?*" *'I*^' VOL. IIIP-N0.26. WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly ST THB loftbvestern Publish +lSkUvSEt Conpuj, OFFICII: ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK? COR. FOURTH AND CEDARS *vi -i. J. ADAMS, Editor. fiS SintU Coajr, aar yaar Ihrea Months A,TJ MbMrifttow to ba paid la adTmca\" WtaaW W Mrttiau ara aot paid la ay,any auwa* '^in ki!i*? "i* lth nadraacaor"** Pr'ymeat tft a Mn W"Ck" Marrtaga* and deatbt to be aonoancad at all a ewaa ta season ta bis newa. tnetly In adranca. AtfrertUingratea, fifty cants Mr aaaara-af-Mkt Blaaaaolid agate eacliiwertlan. do not hold oaraelrea raaponslMt for MM Mvaafoor eorreipoadeat*. -i- Heading notlcea 15 cema per llae. ^'"","protecting Spaca.1 ra ea for advertliamanta far a ioagar Mac kail a BMQtb. A bine croaa mark aapoalta yoar name daaotaa Mat yaor anbn-rlptlon hai expired. TaawlUaaatar ar by reaawlae tke me., Catamnnicatioai to recelra attaattaa aaat ba Mvqr, naonlmportaat tubjaota, plalaly wrftata aaly Iff0* *th ir mm S ^"f*^*. bear tba algaatora a* ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 3 December 1887

i!) tiffin*" WESTERN APPEALS *~-~^TT --in f5S2S7,Hry**r- aiipiDATPQSWfFICBlSSECOIB-gUMlAffn. y. MT TAKE NOTICE. UN This paperis for sale by: TD.'Waz-DON, 108, Fifth street, St. Paul. CHAs.LatfDRB, 111, HarrisonSt., Chicago. R S. BBXAWX, 446, S. State St., Chicago. 4'to ^TrfflmfaffiMfetfmi.: Published Weekly && lortbiestira Pabllshlii Conpay, BOOM 27, UNION BLOC COR. VOUBTH AND CKDXR, O ADAMI, Kdltor. !.-s J IXMOBUM...,. ..........2.... 1 Aa 1hretMatU. S SabaMtatloaa t* bt paid la adr**!*.'* Waw'aaa 'Mrlatieaaaraaotpaiaiaadraaeaor yaaybringing &&!! wleho S*WS. **n *rrt^in1t* mJESZfc* auaaa PWVa*, ta fm wwt dethi to bmnonc*J at all stealh a acata8a be"newt. a* aftyaaaia Avm Ujetljr la advance. taaaaoltt agate each tmertlan. l*a do not hold oonelyw raspoualMa in taa wweafour eorrwpondentt. Baadlnrnotice* is cent* per lia*. *aaoal ra ea for advertUamanta tar a loacar ttau aaaaaamitti. -aw. A Wo eraainark aapoalta yoar nam* iaaotaa taat yaor aaaicrtptton ha* expired, win ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 3 December 1887

JSfcftK to/: '-K, am if 6&V jfegftm JfopeaL ^WKSTKEN APPSAI. PUBMSHI NG COMPANY. BT. PAUL, -anNN. THEHK are 825,000 school teachers in the United States, and they are a mighty force, armed with the rod- in one hand and the spelling-book in the other. -{jX THE most ancient agricultural ~BO- eiety in the United States was organ Ized in South Carolina. It was found ed in 1784, and is therefore one hun dred and three years old. .-^sy^a* A SAN FBANCISCO dentist charged a customer $386.50 for twenty-two hours' work in his mouth. The sufferer wouldn't pay. The dentist sued. The courts cut the bill down to |70 and the defendant paid promptly.' l^^l QUITE a feat was performed by an English steam tug recently. It towed the broken-down steamer Westphalia from the Grand Canary Island to Hamburg, a distance of eighteen hun dred miles, in eleven days. SIXTEEN years ago E. H. Prince, of Morgan County, Fla., cut down a pine tree that stood near his house. The Btump is still green and has increa...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 3 December 1887

N^Ss I 4 4 "1 1 MISCELLANEOUS. --While reparing an old log Louse lear Dunbar Camp, Fayette County, fa, John Robuck found a well-pre wrved oak box, which, when opened, ras found to contain $1,260 in gold md silver. A man fishing on the Kinchefoone Preek, in Georgia, got a bite and saw lis cork go down like a shot He be ran pulling in, but had to call for help, md landed a turtle weighing 200 onnds A bive of bees was found under a tornioe that was being repaired last reek on a house in Salem, Mass., and tfter th* insects had been smothered a itore of honey amounting to a tub and i half was secured. Mamma"Now, Bertie, I want fou to tell me the truth and not go wound Robin Hood's barn." Bertie 'I ain't been around Mi\ Hood's barn. It was Mr. James'. How did you cnowP" The winds which heretofore have Mown out the lamps in lighthouses are to be utilized to keep them burning, kn enormous windmill will be put up in the cliff of St. Adresse, near Havre, furnish power to electric accumula tor...

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

i#*e #IWHrf?"Ctl1Wb i-4 MISCELLANEOUS. While repairing an old log house Bear Dunbar Camp, Fayette County, Ipja., John Bobuck found a woll-pre &J)ervedoak box, which, when opened, vas found to contain 91,260 in gold ind silver. A man fighing on the Kinchefoone Creek, in Georgia, got a bite and saw lis cork go down like a shot He be lan-pulling in, but had to call for help, ind landed a turtle weighing 200 pounds. A hive of bees was found under a tornice that was being repaired last reek on a house in Salem, Mass.. and rffter the insects had been smothered a itore of honey amounting to a tub and i half was secured. ?{i f4$. i Mamma"Now, Bertie, I want fou to tell me the truth and not go iround Robin Hood's barn." Bertie ''I ain't been around Mr. Hood's barn. It was Mr. James*. How did TOO tnowP" )^4% Jj|? The winds which heretofore nave ttown out the lamps in lighthouses are to be utilized to keep them burning. In enormous windmill will be put up the cliff of St. Adresse, near Hav...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 3 December 1887

rf" *V?K \_J 1! SB*"!* fl (f i aft 8TVPAUL. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3,1887. DR. HtTRO & Co., the painless dentists, No.24E Ihird street. Law JOHNSON'S B. B. B. Minstrels at Tamer hay Wednesday night. A CYCLONE of fun at Lew Johnson's. B. B. B. Minbtrels, Wednesday night. fj MR. STEPHEN ALSOP leaves Monday for Chicago and other cities, to visit friends. WAIT for the Book Reception at the St. James A. M. E. church, Dec. 28th, 1887. OLD and young revel in the innocent pleasure chewing Colgan,s Taffy Tolu Gum. A PRESENT so CHEAPyet carries such greet delight, a box of Colgan's Taffy- ToluGum. a BRING a book to the Sunday School Book Reception of the St. James church Wednesday D*c. 28. WANTED 600 people to attend the A. M. E. S. S. Book Reception Dec. 28th and oach bring along a book. MRS. DANIEL ROY entertained at din ner Thursday Mesdames C. B. Lazen berry, G. W. Hall, Mr. J. Q. Adams. To MAKE it a success, every one who attends the Sunday School Book Re ception Dec. 28th, inst, must br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 17 December 1887

VOL. III.-N0.28. WESTERN APPEAL. Published Wekljr BY TV* ItftbiQstm Milsbii, Conpuj, onrios: BOOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COR. FOURTH AND CEDAR. O ADAMS, Editor. TTOtMO. Oaar.aar tut Ms Maltha IJB *AjflMOM "ia'paM ii' M^aa'aaV' Wka*'aw*. artatioaa a* paid t* itruwir tour 0aoMt 1 I 2J,v I**** pwwmaal, taa ta 2L wttHattaaata (or aacblt vaeka utl aa MS 04f VNfc Maartafu and daatba to ba MHUH at an aiaat WMkMwwMktun tM aattd agate aaoh lnaartlm. a da not koM awaeiraa naaaartMa tor tfc rum$ af oar eorratpaadaata. Stasias BotteM IS oonu per Ha*. Special ratai far adVartiaamaata far a loam tfaa baa a math. A eroaaaurk aaaoaita roar aama aaaMaa art r**r **cfti*toaaaa expired. Tea wUl eeafer flavar by reaewtac the seme. Oeamaaieauoai to reoetra atteattea Ma* be ever, apralmpertaat nbjaeta, plalalr vrlstaa amir rem tate aide ef the payer, meat reaea ma met later ha Tmmradayi, tad hear the ifraaHra er ether. Ke tammeerlpt returned. aeetel terme aceata who deatre *a slaaa the aeyer em eale. imm A PQTO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 17 December 1887

~1 IK-P*' Bj*ii WBSTBRX APFBAI. PUBLISHIXQ OOXPAXT. ST. PAUL, MINN. JAY GOULD 'S income is placed at one thousand dollars an hour. GENERAL GRANT'S widow visits the tomb at Riverside Park, New York, svery Sunday. THE buyer of a large Cincinnati' tobacco house, who is paid $10,000 a fear to know good tobacco when he jees it, neither smokes nor chews. BOTH Gladstone and Bismarck were born on Friday. S were Martin Lu ther, Sir Isaac Newton, George Wash ington and General Winfield Scott. M. GAUNT, a wealthy colored citizen f Green Comity, O., has deeded nis property, valued at $30,000, to Wilberv force University, the leading colored college. COLONEL GLOVER PEBIN, of Cinin- nati, entered the service of the United States as surgeon in 1847. has just been retired, having reached the age of sixty-four years. THE Trollope family of England have written 275 books, as follows: Mrs. Trollope, Sr., 115 Anthony Trollope, 100 Adolphus Trollope, 50 Mrs. Theodore Trollope, 10. MR S. GARFIELD, the mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 17 December 1887

&ZmjmiBiBmtimm WESTBRK APFBAZ. PtniifflHIKO CoXPAXT. 8T. PAUL. MINN. JAY GOULD'S income is placed at one thousand dollars an hour. GENERAL GRANT'S widow visits the tomb at Riverside Park, New York, jvery Sunday. THE buyer of a large Cincinnati tobacco house, who is paid $ 10,000 a pear to know good tobacco when he jees it, neither smokes nor chews. BOTH Gladstone and Bismarck were born on Friday. So were Martin Lu ther, Sir Isaac Newton, George Wash ington and General Winfield Scott. M. GAUNT, a wealthy colored citizen Green County, O., has deeded his property, valued at $30,000, to Wilber force University, the leading colored college. COLONEL GLOVER PERIN, of Cincin nati, entered the service of the United States as surgeon in 1847. He has just been retired, having reached the age of sixty-four years. THE Trollope family of England have written 275 books, as follows: Mrs. Trollope, Sr., 115 Anthony Trollope, 100 Adolphus Trollope, 50 Mrs. Theodore Trollope, 10. MRS. GARFIELD, th...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 17 December 1887

fgn njuritffn MMHMr i. ii HI usai II nawi% A CHRISTMAS CAROU *Carol, children, carol, For Christ is horn to-day .*8& To all the earth, oh! slog His birth, Rejoice on Christmas Day 1" If we had never heard before The story old and sweet, Or the shepherds and the sages Low at the Baby's feet, 2 IS*" a. l* *ifa attOMWMaM A It might the less have moved us Who thrill with Joy to-day 9i As once again to Bethlehem We take our happy way. Tis such a tender story We like to teU it o'er. And every time We hear It We love HiBPsll the more. Tis suoh a hallowed picture That all the worldmay see I The little Child from Heavea Oa the Madonna's knee. **Carol, children, carol, For Christ is born to dayt The angels sing, and we must brtnf Our praise on Christmas Day." We lift our eyes adoring To yonder fields of blue, Where the midnight clouds were broken To let the glory- through. O'er mount and plain we follow The wondrous Morning Star, Which silvered every rugged hill And swept the shadows far....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 17 December 1887

MINNEAPOLIS? Z. W. MITCHELL, MANAGER. OFFICE NO. 224 HENNEPIN AVENUE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17,1887. Mrs. C. F. Davis is on the sick list. Lined Gloves in Kid, Buck, etc., at $1 at the Crystal, 253 Nicollet ave. Mrs. J. R. Coleman, after several weeks illness is now convalescent. We have received a card from Mr. J. A. Ross, formerly ot this city, which states that he has a good position with the Oregon Navigation Co,, at Portland, Oregon. Mr. George W. Nelson is our repre sentative drug clerk, be is employed in one the largest stores in the city. He is an enterprising young man, and a fit representative of bis people. The new board of exposition direc tors met Tuesday. Gen. W. D. Wash burn elected president, S. C. Gale, vice president W G.Byron, secretary and treasurer his salary being raise to $2,000. Mr. H. J. Smith was engaged as art diM. rector. The WKSTEBN APPEAL is growing daily in public favor. We have reasons to be lieve the time will soon come when ev ery Colored man in this c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 24 December 1887

N p-s WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly ST TH ffortliiesterfr FnbUsMog Company, OFfTCK: ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COR. FOURTH AND CEDAR. JT. O AUAUS, Editor. TBltUI. tafia Coay, Mr ytr tiu Ms .toatlu *,aa "Urea Months jj aabscrlpUuns to ba paid la adraara When'sus scr atknsars not paid la adraucaor ay any mraa* re allows* to ran without pvftymtM tae trmt will b 69 cants for acb 18 wck* aaa aaata far aca oii week. Marriages and deathi fo be annoa&esd at alt ut soma la ea on te bt- ni-w* Karrtaga an. death notices, Mty oasts. Pajnaaat strictly In advanca. A.dTarti.tai rates, fltty cants ft s%aara af atgat Unas solid .gt eaeb In.ertlon. We do not hold omseires responsible ttr tke TTewa af our eorreipoadenta ItaHiling i otlcei is cents per live. Spe. al ra ra for adrenUements far a longer- tlsia tkaa a month A blue croat nark eena!te yoar name daaotaa tnat janr sjib.. rlption as expired Tea will sealer a favar by renewing the same Cewnnnteation* to recetre atteatien mast be newsy, npontm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 24 December 1887

^n 6 \S ft '^i/ra/. WESTERN APPE AL PUBLISHING COKPAHT ST. PAUL. MINN. A GERMAN tourist has encircled the globe at a cost of fd a day, and the voyage took 185 clays. THE New York Central & Hudson River Railroad Company announces that it has twenty-two trains heated successfully by steam. I N 1839 about twelve persons out of evary thousand were arrested in Lon don for drunkenness or disorderly con duct. ist year the percentage was only about four. A GEORG IA court holds that a news paper man can not be compelled by the grand jury to testify in a case where he had pledged his word to keep the source of his information sacred. RAFAEL LONA, after reaching the uncommon age of ninety-nine years, is now enjoying his honeymo on with Peti Negrete, a young woman of twenty-live, whom he has lately mar ried in Guanajuato. UNITED STATES SENATOR MITCHELL, of Oregon, now a millionaire several times over, delights to remember that when ho first landed in the Territory he hadn't money enough to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 24 December 1887

I ,1 1* I MISCELLANEOUS. The collection of the National Museum is to be enriched with the head of a veritable sea serpent The reptile was captured in the Gulf of Mexico, but on account of its immense size only its head could be obtained. Mrs. T. F. Smith, of Brunswick, G.u, has a curiosity in the shape of a cedar hush growing out of a solid piece of limestone rock. The rock was simply lying: on the ground, not imit bedded at all. The bush is as green as if it was giowing: in the natural soiL -An eighty-ton flat car, the longest ev conshuoted in this country, is building at the Lehigh Valley at Pack erton Pa., for the purpose of hauling a piece of machinery fi New York to Bethlehem, Pa. It will be three times as long as the ordinary flat car. -To determine whether her two pet cat.nri pns-essed the sense of color, a Chicago lady placed before them two bathing cup*?, one of ordinary white ware, the other of colored glass. Alter a moment's hesitation the birds plunged into the coloied c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 24 December 1887

f'x "ISS^^ Fw* ic iff S^, f^is^2l^iffl MINNEAPOLIS. Z. W. MITCHELL, MANAGER. OFFICB NO. 224 HENNEPIN AVENUE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24,1887. Don't miss the x-nias sermon at Frej'a Hall, No. 505J Washington avenue South. The South Minneapolis people are be ginning a series of social and dancing parties. Miss Lizzie Geddy spent Sunday in the metropolis the guest of Mrs. A. W. Rhiners. Married, Deo. 20th, 1887.Mr. Henry Wilkins, of Minneapolis, and Miss Ad die Franklins, of Indianapolis, Ind. Rev. L. H. Reynolds officiated. Mariied, Dec. 19th, 1887.Mr. Ben jamin Harrington to Miss Sadie Harris. Rev. L. H. Reynolds officiating. Only a few intimate friends were present. All praise the joyous Christmas da.v and be present at the x-mas services, which will be held three times Sunday at No. 505$, Washington avenue South. The Shorter Lyceum will tender Rev. L. H. Reynolds a testimonial benefit at Freya Hall, Tuesday Jan. 3rd, 1888, a lengthy program is being prepared and will be published in our...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 31 December 1887

-m ,'Vi" &L '..JiJ*^ ***ii 4-. VOL. III.-N0.29. WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly I .J.- *s- BT lerttwestin MUsUif Coapuj, 'OFFICX: ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COK. FOUETH AWD CMAB O ADAMS, Kdltov. TBlllfS. llist0ay, yer year ^i *tX tfoaUU IfcreaMo&k* *'JJ bcrl*tlM.. Urmm.'Whmtm*- icrljtiomarasotpUlMl4 S?i^ST* a raMtrtmM Wn 2 ***M PT'KVM*^.o *k Mn wtiibaeeoaata ior MAU waafea art* eaatHer Marriage* and aaatfca t ba ninmn *t aB Meet MMC t aea.*oa ha aava. tartesly in advanea. AdvertMe* aaMt, Sftf *ata #f aolM a*te eaafe Uuertlaa. W do not hold aartolraa newlMi a oar orrNipadaau Racing netteaa l&eaaia ear M*a. spec t r (r terertfciMHeie Mr IMM a month. bloo eroat atark ejvoatte aaa Wat year aahtcrtptloa KM expire*. Tea wttl wafer farar by reaewteg tke im. Oaauaonicattoaa to receive attaattaa Met b Mwajr, aaontmportaat tnbjeota, elataljr writes* aaly pm e aide of the paper, mast raaeh aat later waa Thursday*, aad bear tha aicaatoiw a* tke tether. Mo menuacr pt returned. S*oi] term...

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