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Contributed by Gloria_Lester

Description: Miscellaneous News

Date: October 30 1888

Newspaper published in: Stockton


There are no flies on the Democrats this year.

Church Fairs and Festivals are beginning to get ripe.

Mr. Wm. WRIGHT went to Chicago last week on business.

Such weather as this would make Italy blush for shame.

Vote, vote, vote! Vote early, vote late, vote often, vote straight.

We defy any country on earth to beat this magnificent weather.

Mr. Jno. SARVER left yesterday for his home in Washington Territory.

One week more our dear Republican friends and your agonies are over.

Democrats have no use for lead pencils next Tuesday. Put in a straight


C. C. DAIL is around again, looking rather thin, though, after tusselling

with the fever.

Miss Minnie KINSEY of Missouri is in the city, the guest of her old

schoolmate, Mrs. F. H. WRIGHT.

Prof. LORANGER and Bob LOCKE drove over to Kirwin Sunday afternoon to see

the ruins of the fire.

Mrs. J. H. DRYER and children returned home last Friday from an extended

visit in Iowa and Missouri.

Everything is "all right, you bet" for the Democrats; it's only a

question as to how big the majority is going to be.

One week from today the Democrats will fire their farewell shot over the

grave where the republicans lie buried.

W. D. McKNIGHT's new three story brick on South Market street is

receiving its canopy of tin and being enclosed.

We were never to find out what Bill LeCOMPTE was good for until we saw

him painting his building the other day.

The monthly union temperance meeting will be held at the M. E. church

next Sunday evening; conducted by Rev. A. B. CONWELL.

Mrs. EMERY, the author of the "Seven Financial Conspiracies,' addressed

two large meetings at the opera house last Friday.

Submitted: 12/16/06

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