Editor’s Note: These are excerpts from past editions of the Press-Register.
• “Battle Wharf Property to Rent. Four Fine Residences with Furniture attached to each will be rented low on early application to C.W. Gascogne, corner Congress and Royal Sts.”
• “CARLO PATTI. — We are pleased to be able to announce that this gentleman, at present in Mobile, en route for Chattanooga, has yielded to the importunities of his friends that he would give a concert before his departure, and has designated to-morrow evening for the time. Mr. Patti, already known as a brother of the charming songstress Adelina Patti, and himself a gifted singer, from the time of the war, as most of our readers are probably aware, entered enthusiastically into the cause of the South, and shared the perils and the glory of Manassas and of Shiloh. He is at present attached to the signal corps, though we learn that he expects ere long to occupy a more active position. He would have been welcomed here two years ago; he is thrice welcome now.”
Monday, August 5, 1912
• “Dee Walsh, the nifty young short stop of the Mobile team, has been sold to the St. Louis Americans for $2,500, according to a
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