Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Tuesday November 18,1873
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It smacks of winter to-day. A strong northeaster is blowing, with snow, and though there is no great amount of the latter, it is a very positive and wintry storm. The temperature is cold, and but little snow is needed to make sleighing.
Reports show the storm to be general over the east and southeast, where it is snowing. No reports are received from lake ports, west of Cleveland, where the storm also prevails.
The vessels which left this port yesterday afternoon for Chicago, are having fair wind, but the passage must be a disagreeable one as the weather is thick on the lake.
Bets are made on Chance, to day, that boats now loading at this port will reach tide water this fall.
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- Tuesday November 18,1873
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- Richard Palmer
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