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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 31 December 1887

Im st?'. fKAIrt* I '*i If fM mi i **rS?wm.rwiv. hi: Wasrax? APPAL PcBUSHura OOBWAIIY jr. FAUX* M. GBEVT saw twelve Cabinets, with "2*~***1b Ministers, serve under Min wliHe* President of France. .,.1%,,, SOUTH CAROLINA has only two legs THERE is a famine of pennies all over the country, and the Philadelphia mint is trying to supply the dema nd by making from |5,000to$7,000 worth of them every day.. ^~t:^C*..,i:, THE craze for bits of wedding cake to dream oh has given place to a mania for patches of wedding dresses to in corporate into quilts. The modistes are besieged by their customers for scraps of the wedding costumes they make. __________ THE Oklahoma Settlers' Association is increasing in membership rapidly, and it is reported that arms are being distributed among the boomers so that they may be prepared to take forcible possession of the territory in dispute If Congress does not throw it open for settlement by April 1. I N this age there is no necessity for more patents on to...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 31 December 1887

v. i -"MSr r*~ *fc Tv ._''{., CONCERNING TRAVEL. Ths Startling Changes Wrought Wlthl! the Last Half Century. An Interesting Calculation. It has often been asked how long it would take to refill the Lake of Geneva (Lake Leman) if it were emptied. The lake covers an area of 577,860,000 square meters (223 square miles). Its greatest depth is 812 meters (nearly 1,024 feet), and its av erage depth may therefore be assumed to be 150 meters (nearly 490 feet). In accordance with this supposition the lake contains 90 milliards of cubic meters (close upon 20,000 milliards of gallons) of water. The average in flow from the Rhone per second is 27 cubic meters (5,943 gallons), or 2,332,- 880 cubic meters (513,425,972 gallons) in the 24 hours. To fill the basin of the lake, therefore, the Rhone would require 106 years.K Y, PosL ji^jfv Princess Beatrice's second child T~'~ fcns hen ebrisfeMred Viatori* ngai ft&ft&y* THeiidvancement in the moVaand* rapidity of traveling has been very great....

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 31 December 1887

I V& 0F 5 *ri. 'r JtV, ft J- S jJ^SS MINKEAPOLIS. 25. W. MITCHELL, MANAGER. Omoi No. 224 HBKKBPIN AVKNUK. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31,1887. A Happy New Year to you all I Mrs. J. C. Riley spent, Christmas in Prescott, Wis. i Miss Mittie Boone spent Christmas at home in Northfield. f| ,?Mrs. A. E. Curtiss has returned from a several month's stay in Chicago. Mr. Wm. Wisdom is in the city and will sing at the People's next week. MRS. Jordan after spending several months in Duluth has returned home. Mrs. Mary Penh and son left for their home in Sedalia, Mo., last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Meadly celebrated the twenty-fourth anniversay of their mar riage last Thursday. ^i^l^gg| The social given Thursday evening at the parsonage was a grand success, so cially and financially. r1, -!['}v ^'^j$j% Mrs. C. L. Hunt has gone to Mil waukee, Wis., where she will spend several weeks visiting friends. Miss Nellie Brady is the only Colored cash girl in Minneapolis, she is em ployed by Sea, Curtiss & ...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 7 January 1888

!t 4 I I ii VOL/III.-NO. 30. WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly BT TBS Hortiwestera MMiaf OVFICJB: BOOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COR. FOUKTH AND CEDAE. -w *T. ACAMS, Editor. THTIWatTB. inctoCoay.aar year aita Tare* Month* SabicrfptloM to ba paid la adTaaat.'' Whtt'iat oriatlom art aot paid la adranca or f toy ateaai U^.'^iV* wlth(Hl *T, !?i* to* PW*ymeat, the Mmi wmfeaefoanta for uch IS vaeka aaai Matt for aca o44 wek. Marrlafea and daathi to be annoanoad at all mart Mate ta season ta be newa. Marriage and death notice*, afty oaata. Payaaat trlotly in adranca. Unj elllt aolld a*t eaeb Uuertton. We do not bold onwelTea raiponalMa for taa Tiewa of oar eorreipondenu. Beading noUeea 15 cent* per line. Special ratea for adYertleamente far a toagar MB a month. A blue eroaa stark appoalta yoar name daaotoa that yaor obcr4ptlon bac expired. Tea wlU aoafer a farar by reaewing- the tame. Commaaicatloaa to recelro attatlaa Mat ba aevay, naonlmportaat abjecta, alalaly wrlttaa aaly opoa one aide of the pa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 7 January 1888

^=srti 'extern Sfifi^ tviitri*** Wmaur ArrsAL Psntamiiio OoirpAinr. BT. PAUf, MIHN. THIRTY MILLION people crossed the Brooklyn (N. bridge during 1887 and not an accident happened.,., SOUTH CAROLINA has only two legs in the United States SenateButler has one and Hampton the other. LOBO CHIEF-JUSTICE COLERIDGE, of England, swallowed a lozenge, and came near choking to death while on the bench the other day. WALT WHITMAN'S health is said to be better than since he was struck with paralysis fifteen years ago. He is a mellow old bachelor of seventy years. OYEK one hundred accredited news paper correspondents and reporters will be admitted to the reporters* gal leries of the Senate and House this winter. IT is stated that the large English estate of the Earl of Buckingham shire, consisting of five thousand acres, has been bought by Mr. Van derbilt MRS. SUSAN MEAHS, Mrs. Almira Holmes and Mrs. Israel Andrews, triplets, celebrated the fiftieth an niversary of their birth recently in Essex, ...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 7 January 1888

i 1! i i Ji W J4'I 2 'V A WINTER PILGRIMAGE* Amid Sunshine, Fruits and Flowers. a Speoial Correspondence. OROVILLE, BUTTB CO., Cal.,) Deo. 24,1887. Picking up a morning' paper in San Fran cisco a few days ago, I espied an advertise ment of an excursion from that ci ty to Oro ville to attend a citrus fair. a "tender foot" the display of citrus fruit is a matter of intere st in this region of sunshine, but the idea of an exhibit in the winter, of ten der fruits, with oranges as the predominat ing feature, was a novelty indeed. I said "exhibit in the winter," because by consult ing the calendar I ttnd it is the season of the ye ar when I have been accustomed to posi tive evidence of winter, but in this locality, if I did not consult the calendar, I would hardly style the month of December, win ter. On the principle that it isn't a "good plan to let any thing get away from you when it is in sight, I concluded to become a pilgrim and join the excursion, and that is how I find myself, at ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 7 January 1888

zrir^afssfg^ategft ^ft^'^ 1 1 ^^s^igff W _",* ?t#ff"ffi WW. -r '/Sl'tit. ^Si*' MINNEAPOLIS. Z. W. MITCHELL, MANAGER. OFFICE No. 224 HBNNEPIN AVENUE. SATURDAY, JANUARY f, 1888. Mr. John Gibson is on the sick list. Everything must go at the Crystal slaughter, No. 253 Nicollet./ Shirts and drawere 25 ptr cent off, at the Crystal No. 253 Nicollet. Gloves and mittens at a large dis ceunt at the Crystal 253 Nicollet. Neckties five for one dollar worth 35c a piece at the Crystal,No. 353 Nicollet. There will be a barrel race at the East Side rink, Monday evening Jan. 9, 1888. HE corner stone of the Ice Palace will belaid next Thursday with appro priate ceremonies. All information concerning the WE S- TERN APPEAL can be obtained at office 224 Hennepin Ave. The Shorter A. M. E Church "will start a series of revivals Sunday eve, at their hall 505* Washington Aye. S. SALOON keepers to the number of 559 have filed applications for license under the new $1,000 license law, but only 24 have paid u...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 28 January 1888

:i hfm^% VOL. IIL-NO. 35. WESTERN APPEAL Published "Weeklyj^ JMSJ BY THE flortliwestern Publishing Company. M-*- OFFICE: ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK. a COR. FOURTH AND CEDAB.^ "^*j,i J. Q.ADAMS, Editor/" f^ CHICAGO OFFICE. 180 CLARK STBEBT, ROOM 7. *w* C. F. ADAMS, Manager. 4 ftnglefcopy, peryear ....t^... 41 50 SU months 00 Three months so Subscription* to be paid la advance. When sab crtpt(on are not paid In advance or by any means are allowed to ran without prepayment, the terms WUt be 0 cents for each 13 weeks and S cents for each odd week Marriages and deaths to be announced at all mast come In season to be news Marriage and death notices, fifty cents Payment strictly In advance. Advertising rates, fifty cents per square of eight lines solid agate each Insertion. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views of out correspondents. Reading notices J5 cents per line. Special rates for advertisements for a longer time than a month A blue cross mark opposite your name denotes that yo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 28 January 1888

WC-' 77 K? %$&,*>* WXSTBBN APPEAL FUBMSmWO OOHPiSTT. BT. PAur. Mnsry. BILL NYE says that genius has no more invidious foe than proof-reader. I N Pasco County, Fla., a man. 103 year sold has just pre-empted eighty acres of land and proposes to farm it himself. THERE were 24,841 persons killed in Hindostan in 1886 by wild animals and venomous snakes. Nine-tenths of the fatalities were the result of snake bites. VENUS, the morning star, is brighter than it ever -appeared to any man now living, and nearer the earth than it will be again for three hundred and forty years. *-^u. the twelve men, including Will iam Lloyd Garrison, who met in Bos ton on January 6, fifty-six years ago*, and signed the constitution of the Anti Slavery Society, only one, Oliver John son, now survives. SAMUEL K. WILLIAM S, printer, died recently in Charleston. S. aged seventy-seven years. was the in ventor of the cylinder proof-press now to be found in nearly every printing office in the country. THE grea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 28 January 1888

W? fsw|^ &b 0$& Wasmir APPCAI. FCBI.I8HIH OOMFAJW. BT. PAUf. MOT*.. BILL NTH says that genius haa.no. ^tnore invidious foe tHa^ probEfeMerV 7 pm tsrTaSCO County, Fla., a man :iOS year sold has jost pre-empted eighty acres of land and proposes Jo fann it himseii &dBBwE&t THERE were 24,841 persons killed in Hindostan in 1886 by wild animals and venomous snakes. $inc-.tenths of the fatalities were the result of snake bites. ,IV ENUS, the morning star, is lighter than it ever-appeared to any man now jiving, and nearer the earth than it l^will be again for three hundred and forty' years. *|W- Q? the twelve men, including Will lam Lloyd Garrison, who met in Bos ton on .January 6, fifty-six years ago, and signed the constitution of the Anti Slavery Society, only one. Oliver John son, now survives: SAMUEL K. WILLIAMS, printer, died recently in Charleston, S. C., aged seventy-seven years. He was the in ventor of the cylinder proof-press now to be found in nearly every printin...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 28 January 1888

1 V. Lj sfp* Sill! S 1 1 i -r Vf 33$.% SSB Ki|? '&?/m dk?$aL e5 WESTERN APPEAL PUBLISHIXQ COKPAWT. 3T.PAUL. IIHSN. MAN. THAT GENTLE BOSTON An Idyl of Oregon. Two webfoot brothers loved a fair Young lady, rich and good to seo And oti, her black abundant hairI And oh, her wondrous witchery! fe^-s.. Her father kept a catile farm: ,**fc So when one day the brothers gre* AIL Jealous and did strip to fight, He gently stood between the two And meekly told them 'twas not right. I have a higher, better plan," Outspake this gentle, Boston man. **My plan is this: Forget this fray About that lily hand of hers: Go take your guns and hunt all day High up yon lofty bill of firs And while you hunt, my loving doves, Why, I will learn which one she loves." Then each looked each full in the face And each sprang up and stood in place. "HI could die," the elder spake, "Die by your hand, the world would say 'Twas accident and for her sake, Dear brother, be it so, I pray Not that I" the younger nobly ...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 28 January 1888

-ets a I 1 3 O- i i% 1 w, ST. PAUL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 28,1888. ??l WAIT for the Masque Carnival on St. Valentines Day.pfj MB. EDWABD HART left laat Saturday for Milwaukee, Wis, ---i*^ THE "grip" cars are now making regu lar five minute trips. w& E HU BS & Co., the painless dentists No. 24 East Third Street.tfj MR. W. HART, of "Milwaukee, Wis., is in the city to witness the cam*-: vaL FOR RENTAn upright piano in good order at $5 per month. Apply at this office. FOR the nicest meal in the city go to the Ice Palace Restaurant No. 390 Robert street. Meals only 15 cents. gC AFTER the Opera take your ladv to the Ice Palace Restaurant, No. 390vited Robert street. Oyster stews only 15 cents. ARTIFICIAL teeth inserted solidly in the mouth without a plate by Doctors tEHis and Stanley, No. 450 Wabasha street. .M^f A VERITABLE whale 65 feet long and weighing 40 tons is on exhibition at the foot of Fourth street. Go and see the monster. CONGRESSMAN RICK'S bill providing for the appropria...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 4 February 1888

5 csr.? 3* fe!. VOL. III.-NO. 36. WESTERN APPEAL. Published Weekly BY THE Northwestern Publishing Company. OFFICE: BOOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COB. FOURTH AND CEDAB. J. Q.ADAMS, Editor. CHICAGO OFFICE. 180 CLARK BTRKKT, ROOM 7. C. F. ADAMS, Manager. f. $1 1.00 Single copy, per yearhout Six months Three month0 so Subscriptions to be paid in advance." When rob* criptionaeHre not paid In advance or by any meana ^,^1!l *u prepayment, the term80 will be 60 cents for each 13 week* and 5 cents for each odd week Marriages and deaths to be announced at all most come in season to be news. Marriage nd death notices, fifty cents. Payment strictly In advance. Advertising rates, fifty cents per square of eight lines solid agate each Insertion. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views of our correspondents Beading notices 15 cents per line. 8peclal rates for advertisements for a longer time than a month A blue cross mark opposite your name denotes that your subscription has expired. You will c...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 4 February 1888

gf i J! I 11 5 4'- WESTSBN APPEAL PcrsMSBtira COXPAKY. JT. PAUL. MINN. THERE are said to be but four horses in Alaskathree at Juneau and one at Sitka. ONLY twelve Indians are ieffc of the tribe of one thousand who inhabited the Yosemite "Valley a few years ago. THE season for fatal bicycle and tri cycle accidents among the tall New England hills is over until spring but the festive coasting-sled more than supplies the deficiency. LAST year one hundred and twenty bull fights were given in the City of Mexico. Seventeen bull-fighters were wounded and one professional and two amateur fighters killed FRANK VINCENT, author of "TheIn Land of the White Elephant," may justly lay claim to the title of the great American traveler. Within the last eleven years he has traveled 265,000 miles. MABY BAKER, the once famous fast ing girl of White County, Ind., is now employed in a restaurant at Monti cello and weighs 120 pounds, whereas at the close of her long fast she kicked the beam at 35J pounds....

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 4 February 1888

A/ WESTERN APPEAL PUBLISHING COMPAICY. 8T. PAUf. MINN. THE PREACHER. A preacher has no E time In works alway, And with an sublime To battle sin's A. His sermons must In jokes, Or can not keep Awake the great S of folks Who chance to sleep. Sometimes to A sleeping maa He pounds with N In tries another plan He makes an N E. In case A sinner smart He'll out and pray Until he melts your I heart And stops your soul's K. If in old A preacher can Not fill the MT pews, His flook N younger man A wrong we can't Q's. ACT preacher has, no doubt, A princely sal E, While some, to E living out, Depend on char IT. A perfect life he must S A To do us N E good, For other can't convey The holy A should. E'en when in leads apart A spirit life, SKP can't the poisoned dart Of N and of strife. H. C. Dodge, in 2T. Y. World. BIG BEN. His Cruelty to a Helpless Boy and What Game of It. Were we afraid of Big BonP Well, yes, to a certain limit. There were five of us in a bit of cabin out insciousness. the silve...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 4 February 1888

I MINNEAPOLIS. Z. W. MITCHELL, MANAGER. Owes No. 224 HBNNSPIN AVENUE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4,1888. Miss Cora French, of St. Paul, is visit ing Mrs. R. C. Marshall. Every thing must go at tht Crystal slaughter, No. 253 Nicollet. Mr. T. 6. Hubbard, a photographer from Chicago is ia our city. Mrs Lottie Patterson and Mr. John Gibson are on the sick list. Shirts and drawers 25 per cent off, at the Crystal No. 253 Nicollet. Glores and mittens at a large dis count at the Crystal 253 Nicollet. Neckties five for one dollar worth 35c a piece at the Crystal,No. 353 Nicollet. Mrs. A. Maxcey is quite sick, he~ many friends are very anxious about her. Mrs. T. D. Jones, left la*t week for Chicago where she will make her future home, The political enthusiasm is runinf, over with quite a number of our ro'i tical friends. Mr. John L. Neal, had an addition to his interesting family in the shape of a big boy a few days ago. A brand new baby boy made his a pearance at the residence of Mr. A. Maxcey a few...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 11 February 1888

E^*. zacs K -r J*!1 VOL. III.-NO. 37. WESTERN APPEAL. Published Weakly BY THE Northwestern Publishing Company, OFFICE: EOOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COK. FOURTH AND CEDAB. J. Q.ADAMS, Editor. CHICAGO OFFICE. 180 CLABK STREET, BOOM 7. C. F. ADAMS, Manager. Single copy, per year i A Six month* 10*0 Three month0 jjjj SubscriptIons to be paid in advance." When ub erlptlonseare not paid In advance or by any meats iS?.aJIO w,tn I. nt prepayment, the term ru will be 60 centa for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for apb odd week Mairiagei and death! to be announced at all must come in season to be newa. Marrtaga ajd death notices, flrty cents. Payment strictly in advance. AdT*lslngratea, fifty cents per square of eight lines solid agate IMO insertion. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views of our correspondents. Beading notices IS cents per line. Special rates for advertisements for a longer time than a month. A blue cross mark opposite your name denotes that your subscription has expired. You...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 11 February 1888

ii ^j/mi Septal* W'KOTBBN APPEAL PlTOXJSBXBO CoKpAOTf. 5T. PAUL, MDTN. THE first ten miles of the Panama canal oil the Atlantic end Is declared open for navigation. PROJP. E. STONE WIGGINS says that the next earthquake period in this country will begin August 19, 1904. A LOW estimate puts the number of persons supported by all the forms of employment furnished by electricity at five million. A NEW YOBK: correspondent asserts that there are fifty widows in that city with fortunes ranging from $1,000,- 000 to $16,000,000. IT is estimated that the Chinese mer chants of New York pay the United States Government over $2,500,000 per year for duties on imported goods. A FIDD LE one hundred years old has been presented to Governor Taylor, of Tennessee, who fiddled himself into office in a contest with his Republican brother. CROWDS of people recently crossed the Hudson river on the ice from Yonkers to thu New Jersey shore Th feat had not been performed before since the winter of 1879. MK S....

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 11 February 1888

WKSTEBN APPEAL PUBLISHING coaflpAKT. 8T. PATH,. MINN. COUSINS. I met her In the summer by the loud-resound ing sea, And I thought it quite peculiar she should waste hor time on me. ("When I begged an explanation she devoutly bowed her head: !*4I will tell you, youre a fellow after my own heart," she said, il assumed the post of suitor, as I thought It not a sin To have her think me more than kind, a little less of kin, jPor the fellowship of cousins, if they be of dif ferent sex, Has forever been a trouble and I fear 'twill ever vex. I read to her from Byron in a tent pitched on the sand With the freedom of relationship, I often pressed her hand Or in a creaky, rattling gig joggled thro' the lanes While my sweetest of divinities shook out the leathern reins. Till at last I looked upon her as a very tender friend (Thus man's fellowship with cousins, if they're fascinating, end.) I recalled to my remembrance from some closet of my ac.ici. "You're a fellow after my own heart," the pret...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 11 February 1888

44i MINNEAPOLIS. Z. W. MITCHELL, MANAGER. OFFICE NO. 234 HENNEPIN AVENUE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11,1888. Every thing must go at the Crystal ber visit to Minneapolis. slaughter, No. 253 Nicollet Shirts and drawers 25 per cent off, at the Crystal No. 253 Nicollet Gloves and mittens at a large dis count at the Crystal 253 Nicollet. Neckties five for one dollar worth 35c a piece at the Crystal,No. 353 Nicollet. Miss Rhoda Black of Oshkosh, Wis., has been visiting friends in Minne apolis, but returned home Wednesday, Feb. 8th. The revivals have been discontinued this week, which might well be regret ted by those who have not embraced the religion of Jesus Christ. The ladies sewmg circle will open their fair on Feb. 12th, and will run it several days. We hope that all friends will call and leave a few pleasant re membrances. The child of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wapers, died Friday morning at their residence 1221 Western Ave., and was placed in a vault at Layman's Cenie tary, Sunday at 1 o'clock. ...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
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