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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 October 1898

THE- ADVOCATE, STURCKO.N BAY, VIS., OCTOBER 1, 1898. i • ' Atnieot-Uludcd. / •. Editors have their peculiarities as well as other people. They practise and inculcate brevity, which is B virtue. They are ab- Bent-minded, which is a failing. It is not strnnpe, then, that one should send a note to his ladylove like the follow­ ing: ^ • \" • - •'DEAREST—I have carefully ' analyzed the feeling I entertain foryou, and the re­ sult is substantially as follows: I love you ! Will you be mine ? Answer.\" Then, after a moment of'thought, he added, in. a dreaniy, absent way, \"Write only on one side of the paper. Write plainly and give real name, not necessari ly for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.\" Ho'# Oiicoi'Cit. ' A prominent'Houston journalist, whose name we suppress on account of the re­ spectability of our paper, was urged by his friends to get vaccinated.' He consent­ ed to do this if they would pay the doctor, to which they assented. Just as the doctor was about to ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 1, 1898. OBY GOODS, GHF ETO' E. N. th^DERSON, j • BKAXiKEl IB Jjiy Goods, Groceries, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE,' BAT VIEW. WIS. A fall assortment of all goods In my line al­ ways on band, at Prices as low as at any store In Door county. Agent for the White Stair Line of Steamers V. & O. MASHEK. KA8HBS. O. K18HXK. The V.&C. MASHEK CO., Dealers la ' Dry Goods, Provisions, Groceries, Ettc. . Also Manufacturers of and Dealers In toiler, Shingles, Ties, Posts, Wood, Bark, Eto. •Store and-mill located at Whlteflah Bay. Piers at White fish Bay and Lily Bay. The highest mar­ ket price paid for all kinds of forest productsVie- Ilvered at the piers. Communication with all parts by telephone.- • '.••• --V ,-. FRANK SHIMMEL. Columtas' LABOR Proved Good Fruit. When Columbus set out to discover America his aim was uncertain where to land. But When we set out to draw the trade we make our prices sure to land. THE GROCER. M. OOOHEMS. \" \"Farmers' Q...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 October 1898

•• \\ 7 THE ADVOCATE, BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 1, 1898. SMITH, BASSFORD OO. UNDERMEKR. —LKDIES' UNDERWEHR— 10 dozen ladies' flecced underwear, a regular 35c'vest, medium weight and a splendid wearer add good seller at . 206 Ladles' fine Merino -rest and pants, non- shritikable, perfect-flttluR, large lapB,. yoke-bands, at...-. .....69c Ladles' $150 floe Merino, medium weight, very elastic across bust and hips, finished flat seams, at.. .81.25 50 dozen boys' and misses' vests and1 pants ranging In slaes—16, 9c: 18,11c 20,14c 22, 16c 24,18c v B8, 20c 28, 22c SO, 24c 82, 2Sc 34, 29c. This line of goods are of the finest natural wool and the cheapest In the city. 25 dozen men's, mixed Merino shirts and drawers at 23c, worth SOo. 10 dozen men's Scotch Random shirts and drawers, at 4 3c, worth GOo. 25 dozen gentlemen's extra fine wool under­ wear, at 68c, worth $1.00 anywhere. Then we have the finest line 6f camel hair underwear that was ever put on the'mar­ ket good fearer and nice fitting, ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 October 1898

SUPPLEMENT—THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, AVIS,. OCTOBER 1. 1898. Jtfrtwcate. STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY. OCT, 1. FRANK LONG, Editor anJ Proprietor. MAX AND THE ASCIDIAX.' A MORALITY. ' \"The Anoestor remote of Man,\" Says Darwin. ' Is th' Asoldlan.\" A scanty sort of water beast That, ninety million years at least •.'••• Before Gorillas came co be. • '•••! •.:•\":••'••\"••:•••' Went swimming up and down the sea. And we. his children, truly we . s in youth are, like the Tadpole, free. , And where we.woutd we blithely go. Have brains and hearts, and feel and know.' Then Age oomes on 1 To Habit we Affix ourselves and are not free f , ,Th' Asoldlan's rooted to ft rock. And we are bond-slaves of the ciook Our rooks are M- Iclne—Letters—Law, From these.om h -ade we cannot draw 0«r loves drop oir, onr hearts urop in : And dally thioker grows bur skin. Ah, scarce we live, we scarcely know The will world's moving.ebb and flow, The clanging currents ring and shock. But we are rooted to the rook. A...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 October 1898

'V.\" flistoricftl Society THE ADVOCATE is a high grade FAMF.Y JOUBNAL. CIRCULATION 2,200 Copies Weekly.' , THIS PAPER , „ j ' trsiss sremnB . Patent Sheets not Plata Matter. AU HONE PRINT. Established In 1802. 91 .BO A YEAR IN ADVANCfe. VOLUME S7--N0. 26. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1998. 1.50 A YEAR. inTiiiMiiiiiiiiMHHnimifimiinnfifiiiiiiii ILAKE MARINE.! aiiiiiiiiitmtiuuuiititimimiiiinmmiic The MJio Leaking. The steamer Niko, coal laden for South Chicago, put Into Manitowoc on Tuesday in a leaking condition. She sprang a leak off Ke­ waunee and was forced to drop her consort, the Tasmania, and run for port, The Niko had four feet of water in her hold and': will need a steam pump before she can continue. ' A tug left to pick up the Tasmania. On and off^eihtlgo Reef. The steamer, Wyoming, of the Lackawana line ran hard on Peahtlgo reef during the dense snfoke of Tuesday night of last week. The Wyoming was bound to Green Bay from Menominee. She signalled the steamer Jo...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STPKOKOfl BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 8, 1898.\" c$trm, (Sartlcn ft Household. YOU AND I-xMONOI.OGVE. \" Far In t.be Wist, (ho sinking sun ?!owei like a forgo from tho twilight sky The day was sped and the labor done. And the brown loaves were falling, one by one. On the' turf where we parted you, and I. ** Yout with yoflrwealth of sunny hair Wreathed In a crown of golden sheaves. O'er a brow t hau the autumn god's more fair— Ilobkod on your beauty, and hated yon, Clare : For X was as dark as the sodden leaves 1 ' I-sBid to ray.-wlf ' I am wiser than she Stronger to work with a woman's will. With a heart as pore, and a hand as free Then why should he pass me by, to see . The angel light In'her blue eyes, still J' ~ \"'NO! he should kneel at a warmer shrine 1\" 1 laid my tolls wlih a devilish art: Your love wa» tee to the fire of mine ' You fed it with water. 1 with wine And we left you alone, with a breaking heart I . '.' O. 'twas a cruel deed.' yon say Ah, oould you know the ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 October 1898

MB0IOAL. Asm i*s 'To THE EDITOR I have an absolute remedy for Consumption. By its timely use thousands of hopeless cases have been already permanently cured. So proof-positive am I of its power that I consider it my duty to send two bottles free to those of your readers who have Consumption,Throat, Bronchial or Lmig Trouble, if they will write me their express and postoffice address. Sincerely! T.A. SLOCBKT, M.C., 183 Pearl St, Sew York. The Editorial and Business Management ot tbla Vesant Oaor&atoo this fjenerotis Proposition. mamm HOTELS. j^TTBEKA HOtrSE, UNC. ERSKINE, Proprietor. JACKSONPORT, - WIS The publlo 1BInvited to give me a trial.- gAY VTEW HOUSE, • JOHN GOETTELMANN, Proprietor, BAy VIEW, - . .. . wis. This la one of the Beet HouBes oa the en wre,peninsula. HfAliio a tort class Livery Sta- «le connected with the home. Drivers ana rlg at all houra g^the day and night. Telephone. ATTORNEYS. JJP. CODY, Attorney at Law,, STURGEON BAT, - - -- WIS. Collections a specialty....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 October 1898

BAY, 18, W. ©he Entered in ike I\\sttfflc6 attSturgcon Bay, Wi»., at second-daitnutii matter* PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year $1.60 Six months. .. , . 76 Four months............... 80 Two months 85 Single copies.......... .05 Bff-Two dollar* wlU be oharned if not paid Within the rear. 8TURGE0N BAY. SATURDAY. OCT. 6, 1698 REPUBLICAN NOMINEES. STATE - TICKET. Governor— \" EDWARD SCOFipiiD. Oconto. Lieutenant Governor— JESSIE STONE, JefteTBon. Secretary of State— Wit. H. FROEHLICH, Washington. State Treasurer— J AS. O. DAVIDSON, Crawford. Attorney General— EMMET B. HICKS, Winnebago. State Superintendent— L. D. HARVEY, Milwaukee. Railroad Commissioner— GRAHAM L. RICE, BayBeld. Insurance Commissioner— EM1L QILJOHANN, Milwaukee. of the former convention was to dispose of the congressional question and it dld eftto the satisfaction of a vastmajorlty of tbeKepubll- cans of the county. That convention hear...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 8, 1898. STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY. OCT. 8. 1838 FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. SHORT TAKES. —Remember: the sociable at the Congrega­ tional church tonight (Friday), —English services morning and evening at the Moravian church next Sunday. —There will be only evening service at the Episcopal church next Sunday, Eev. A. A. Aameeon officiating. . —The residence of August Jenqulne in the third ward has been greatly improved In looks by a liberal application of paint. —The poatofflce at Evergreen will In all probability be re-established before the end of the month with Gas. Simpson as postmaster. —The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Chas. Reynolds, next Tuesday afternoon, Oc­ tober 11th. A cordial invitation is extended to all. —The Merchants dock has been receiving an overhauling during the present week to guard against accidents to teams and pedes- trians. —House'room appears to be a very scarce article In the city at the present time, the...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 October 1898

W. THE ADVOCATE, STURQEON BAY, WIS., , 1898.. Japanese Modraly. Travelers in Japan tell of the unconcern with which a Japanese will take a bath in full publicity, anil the custom has impress­ ed foreigners as immodest. An English­ man who has long been in the country says there is really nothing immodest in the promiscuous bathing of men, women and children from a Japanese point of view. With them cleanliness is the object ^sought for, and the etiquette of the bath­ room differs from'the etiquette of the par­ lor. With Europeans, he says, the- atti­ tude of walizers is only permitted when the music is played. It is something like this with the Japanese bathers. When the necessary operation of bathing or do­ ing other work requires it, to strip becomes a duty. On the other hand, a Japanese woman would scorn to appear decollete. To her eye our ballrooms are an astonish­ ment, and the exposure of the person for display is incomprehensible. This writer thinks th at the J ^panese ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 October 1898

: :irl THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON: BAT, WIS., OCTOBEK 8, 1898. / • A [From the XlctceU Magazine.] 'S EXPERIENCE -AT THE- BY STANLEY WATERLOO. This is aatory of the Chicago fire, by • one who . bad more opportunity than he appreciated at the time for observing the spectacle, if not at leisure, at least from -• various excellent points of view. So many years have passed since this greatest of catastrophes that the perspective should now be excellent and each truthful-indi­ vidual account should have its degree of value. The subject must always temila a great one. • There was a, startling background to the fire that destroyed Chicago which. has not .attracted the attention it should have done because all was forgotten in'the event it­ self. This background was the'fire of the night before. The first flames of the enor­ mous conflagration lighted up the white waste of ashes many acres in extent, and gruesome in appearance. During the day tens of thousands of people had looked upon that w...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 October 1898

( • V THE ADVOCATE, STDE6EOS BAT, WIS., OCTOBER 8, 1898. SMITH, BASSFOBD CO. to call on us during our SPECIAL SALE, com- mencing Oct. 8th and lasting till the 15th inst., during which tiibe prices will be made to suit the customer. Respectfully yours, LOUIS REICHBL. If mA (vw» GENTLE GRIP GLASSES. So gentle they do not hart the most tender nose still so firm, so wonderfully Beoure.' The \"know how\" in adjusting does It. The know how and the DO In these little things have made our glasses and oar work so well liked. •PTIOIAN FALK & BUCHAN. IT PAYS Tb Remember Some things.. One Is Buy Your FLOUR AT Falk & Buehan. STILES * OO. MlllllHHIHWIIIHli P?lfu/TKS- | 5l?e odors from J (i\\aijufa^burers. ] We guarantee all our perfumes to be strictly first-class and we will gladly refund money to any who are dis­ satisfied/ STILES & CO, OLD RELIABLE CORNER DRUG STORE, DENTISTRY. i.H, CHANDLER DENTIST. Artificial Teeth, Bridge Work, Crowns,\" Etc All work warranted fint-clau. AROUND...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 October 1898

SDPPLEMENT—THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 8, 1898. CV artist hut we made him stick to hh bar- Old Providcnce Island. W ? A J ( g a i n . H a n l f c S h o e m a k e r s a i d t h a t t h e t a t - 0 ! d P r o v l ( ! e n c e i s ) a n d r e c e n t l y v i s i t e d tooed MHO Which be had for his guest! by the United Slale8Emission • j leaned agin the parlor wall-paper, and the st«amer Albatross, was in old times tjie ' '»«\"«™»«ofbucc.»(*,s mdlb«™l„, 8T0BGEON BAY, SATURDAY, OCT. 8. FRANK LONG, Editor, and Proprietor. . ' IiOVJE VS. TJUCRK. Tori may be a kind and considerate wife. Be courteous and affable, easy to bend Yea, enteral for favors, riot given t strife, ' But here, dearest Hat, will y our services end. All personal sraceg. X too most agree Fill the fond heart of woman with pleasure pride ' • i\\ i But yonth with its chams will invariably flee. While memory lingers a ghost at your Bide. , - \" Financial selection?' well then with this pas- • slon. So...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE ,isa high, grade FAMILY JOURNAL. CIRCUUATIO W 2,200 Copies Weekly. THIS PAPER ' T78S0 MlfBlft Patent Sheets nor Plate Matter, ' . A III. HOItf B PRINT* Established fri 1862. fct.BO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. 37--X0. 27. STURGEON BAT, WIS., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15. 1898. 51.50 A YEAR. iiiiniiiiiniiiiHiiimmiiiiiniiiiini?imw« {LAKE MARINE.! 5i.iimii.i.mininmnnn.u»iiu.n.i.iiiB Chicago has a New Tag. The initial trip of the new tuff, the J. C. Evans, owned by the Dunham Towing and wrecking company, was made this week , at Chicago. : The Evans virtually is the old tug James McGordon rebuilt. Her length is 90 feet, beam 18 feet and depth 10 feet: the en­ gine a 23£x26. The Shepard Capsized. A report was current among local vessel- men on Thursday that the schooner L. B. Shepardhad capsized that day. There were no particulars, as to how the accident oc­ curred. The Shepard cleared from here on Tuesday for Chicago with a lumber cargo. A Tough Stevedore. At Manistee' a barrel of salt w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STPKSKON BAY, TO, OCTOBER 15, 1898. CITY TICKET OFFICE

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., OCTOBKlt 15, mi. MBDIOAk ffrcmt UJMoarnat cf 2IadtcbOi Prof. W. H. Peeke, who makes a specialty ot Epilepsy, has without doubt treated and cur­ ed more cases than any | living, physicians hfe J success is astonishing' f ^ We have heard of cases Of .ao years' standing cured by him. Ha publishes a valuable work on this dis­ ease,-whicli' J he sends 11 h a „ j . i , . - v , ~ l a r g e h o t - Uo of his absolute cure, free to any sufferers who may send their P. O. and Express addresa. ' Wo advtso any one wishing a cure to address Btof.W.&PEEKE, F. D., 4 Cedar St., IfewYorS |ttM8 feds. HOTELS. JgtTBEKA HOUSE, , LINC. ERSKINE, Proprietor. JACK80NP0BT, - - The publlo is invited to give me atrial. , gAT VIEW HOUSE, JOHN OOBTTKLUANN, Proprietor, BAT VIEW, - - - . WIS. 'u RprThis la one of the Best Houses oa the en. prepenlnsula. ElfAlso a first class Livery Star ble oonneoted with the house. Drivers ana rigi at all Jtonrs of the day and night. Telepho...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE* 15, im. THE MBLOW BUOABOO. {Point, sad T. B. Proy, president of stata normttl ! school, Stevens Point, as well as others. - i Sittend in th* PcaUifiice at Sturgeon Bay, J at sttxmdkt»t mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. v FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year. ..............$1.60 Six months. .TO Fiourmontbs....... •••y •Â» - Two months,. .ss Single copies. ............... .as BfTwo dollars wiU be charged If not paid within the year. 8TtnRGBON BAY, SATURDAY, OCT. 15, 1898 • liOCAJj POMTICAIi NOTES. Those people who charge Mr. Overbecb with . having been partial to Ssh bujera daring the last session of the legislature evidently do not know what they are talking about. Whiles at Madisou at the session of 1897 he was urged to embody a clause In the fifth law, then un der consideration, permitting fishermen to use nets In this bay during the winter months. It was represented to him that the people de­ sired this ver...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 October 1898

, WIS., OCTOBER 15, 1898. @he ^fcrarcate. StOBGBQH BAY. SATtTEDAY, OCT. 15.' 1898 FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. SHORT, TAKES. —The following Is the advertised letter list: Ernll Johnson, Fred Magle, Mr. G. R. Anton, —The ordinance governing the collection, of Uses On dogs Is published elsewhere in this paper. —The frame of the shingle mill down on the island is up and enlosed, and work on the In­ terior is being rushed. —Jas. M. Defaut also covered the roof of the rebuilt opera house with iron, and he made a fine job of it, too. —Mrs. Keogh has had her residence re­ moved to the middle of the lot, and Capt. o John McDonald did the job. —N. 8. Washburn & Co. are building an addition, to their already mammoth, shed to accommodate the constantly increasing busi­ ness. —Business on the streets was pretty gener­ ally suspended Tuesday, the weather being such as to make out-of-door anything but agreeable. —The mother of James Friend was found dead in her bed on Monday morning...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT, WIS 15, A Maa or Honor. ,Colonel Griggleson, by the-unhesitating manner in which be has purchased goods on credit, and by the hesitation manner in which he lias paid for them.fnils to oocu-. py a j placo among the fortunate men known as \"good customers.\" • The Other day, just after the colonel had ordered several ariicles to be sent up to his house, the morcbant of whom he had or dered the articles, said : •'Colonel, I would like the best in the world to favor you, but I- really can't car­ ry you any longer.\" : \" \" By the way, that reminds me of a Joke I heard in Washington last-i-\" . \" Never mind about Washington. I can't afford to let you have the goods'. You owe me a hundred and fifty dollars already.\" V My dear friend,\" said the colonel, lighting a cigar, \" do you suppose I can, in justice to my honor, afford to pay a man who refusea ,to trust tae ? I may be pecul­ iar, but I can't help it. My father was very much the same way. Don't remem...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 October 1898

I THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON .BAY, WIS. OCTOBER 15, 1898. DRY QOODS. GROOER1ES, BTO. E. N. HNDE^SON, . .X IS Dry Goods, Groceries, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ' BAT VlKVr. WIS. A fnll assortment of all goods In my line al­ ways on hand, at Prices as low as at an store In Door county. Agent for the White Star Line of Steamers V. A O. MA3HEK. The V.&C. MASHEK CO., ° Dealers in Dry Goods, Provisions, Qroceries, IDtc. . Also Manufacturers of and Dealers la Lumber, Shingles, Ties, Posts, Wood, Bark, Etc. Store and mill located at Whltefleh Bay. Piers at White fish Bay and Lily Bay. The highest mar­ ket price paid for all kinds of forest products de­ livered at the piers. Communication with all parts by telephone. FRANK 8HIMMEL. Columbus' LABOR Proved Good Fruit. WhQn Columbus set out to discover America his aim -was uncertain where to land. But when we set out to draw the trade we make our prices sure to land. . FRANK. jTSHIMMEL, THE GROCER. FOR SALE. T AND FOR SALE.—860 acres of land s...

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