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Ladles and Gentlemen.

Ladles and Gentlemen.

Apropos of General Grant, one of the mos. human stories of him that has come under my notice la told by General C. B. Fisk, who served with him at the Siege of Vicksburg. A consultation of general officers had been held, at the close of which a major-general came ha laughing and
March 20, 1887 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CARTHR and WHITAKER, Turf Accountants, Quota Victoria Buildings, Ilighatrsel, Br l tt o L — re l rgragala ' Whitaker,"

CARTHR and WHITAKER, Turf Accountants, Quota Victoria Buildings, Ilighatrsel, Br l tt o L — re l rgragala ' Whitaker,"

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March 20, 1887 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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NO. 9169 Ro Grim ias as maws] 4 in pro- Ath. If ft and an you u pay. But Our Oilies Bay who, it is ruseiwred%hes meempie it's bard a fellowcarist pniag hold men at last. Foe which nay us truly thankful • a • Talking of Royalty, there is not, happilythere could not be, in this dem
April 21, 1889 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
"WITHOUT FEAR

"WITHOUT FEAR

CIGARETTE PAPERS. An After-Dinner Chat. BY JOSEPH HATTON. Author of "Clytie," "Cruel London." " Journalistsc London," "The Valley of Poppise,' "Jolts Boodhaho's etc. eta. SPECIALLY WRITTEN FO lt MOIRE.' 1. Do yea keep of famous assses One is taw& It is easommiabie ballt. I
April 21, 1889 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TWO MILLION SLAVES D

TWO MILLION SLAVES D

TITO lIILLION SLATES DIE ANNUALLY. An Interview with Commander Cameron, in which the famous Explorer gives some Startling Facts. The missionary efforts of rudinal Lantern's:. cited no little interest when he appeared in London nearly twelve months ago. One of his principal suppor
April 21, 1889 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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-cihroto 102 .do 76 66 _ Ss Od

- cihroto 102 .do 76 66 _ Ss Od AU assitrrae — To Joch - scoa - ti—od. lAs all excitement and alteration WAS the outcome of what appeared in Use journal three seeks ago, I felt it to be my duty to pay another to Congleton to see bow workers Were getting along. I took the journey
April 21, 1889 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
operative cutters of Lancashire could find more remunerative work to do in other bran. ches of trade, and than it

operative cutters of Lancashire could find more remunerative work to do in other bran. ches of trade, and than it

was that some of the maeters turned their attention to Cheshire. Mr. Thomas Shepherd was the first to start in Congleton, and at that time Mr. Taylor was his manager, and continued to fill that position fcr six years, when he started a mill ef his own, which he has carried on ev
April 21, 1889 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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April 21, 1889 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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– – Teta Ida ralue 1 Chaffel•M Eisslreda ft Itestaili •

- - ralue 1 Chaffel•M Eisslreda ft Itestaili • _ TUISDAY. HANDICAP Two 114 Tommy I t amain II The I 12 Bunter Dernoeh IS 14 Lai Breath HANDICAP two miles •1141 •
April 21, 1889 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England