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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 9 July 1887

-a Jl J*1* 8r ST. PAUL. SATURDAY, JULY 9th, 1887. MRS. GEOEGE HUNTON, is spending a few days at Spring Park. R. A. MILES, of Dulutb, was in the city a few days this week. Miss NELLIE BANKS is visiting Mrs. Geo. Barnett, of Minneapolis. R. and MRS. C. BROWN, of Minne apolis, were in the city last Sunday. LOOK out for an excursion to Chicago about Aug. 22. Full particulars later. MISS BERTHA HEATHCOCK left Wednes day for Chicago, she returns to-morrow. MESSRS. J. K. HILYAED and W. A Ililyard spent the Fourth at Rush City. MR. OSCAR THOMAS, of Chicago, passed through our city last Saturday enroute to the West. R. W. T. EWING, of Des Moines, was in the city Monday enroute to Washing ton Territory. MRS. S. J. PARKS, of Brainerd,is in the city a guest of Mrs. K. Williams, No. 442 N. Fort street. MISSES LILLIE RICHEY and Alice Mox ly, of Duluth, are in the city, the guests of the Misses French. HE increase in the population of the city, according to the new directory, which appeared this w...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 16 July 1887

LI /i H Jfi 1\ VOL. III.-NO. 7. WESTERN APPEAU Published Weekly BY THX Nortbwestern Publishing Company, OFFICE: No. 4 1 3rd St., Room No. a J. Q. ADAMS, Editor. THRMS Single Copy, per year 150 fclxMontha 9 Z~i IhreeMonths so SubgcrtpttoM to be paid In advance. "Wnen'aulj criptioni are not paid in advance or by any means are allowed to ran without prepayment, the terms will be 60 cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for each odd week. Marriages and deaths to be announced at ail most come in season to be news. Marriage and death notices, fifty cents. Payment strictly in advance. Advertising rates, fifty cents per square of eight lines solid agate each insertion. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views of our correspondents. Beadingnotices 15 cents per line. Specialrates for advertisements for a longer tlma than a month. A blue cross mark opposite your name denotes that your subscription baa expired. You will confer a favor by renewing the same. Communications to receive atte...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 16 July 1887

5fT,^?^**p^l .-.1,1 T=H*^ Jf 'tnttrn Jfapeat, WstTOX AfflU FmOBM OOMMUKT. i w^* ST. PAUL, MUTNESOTA. ac NOTJ3S O THE TIMES. JOHN SHERMAN'S daughter Mary, is a blonde of retiring and gentle nature. QUEEN VICTORIA'S expenses for en- tertaining her royal guests, it is esti mated, will amount to 100,000. HE statue of General Lee, for rich mond, Va, will cost about $12,000 only. The associatian has $53,000 on hand. JULIA WABD HOWE is spending the summer at Newport, and is said to be making herself a terror by reading Sophocles in the original to the dear girls. Miss GERTBUDE BARRETT, daughter of the actor, Lawrence Barrett, is engaged to be married to Joseph Anderson, brother of Miss Mary Anderson, the actress. ELLA WHEELEK WILCOX is reported to have put $200 into an iron-mine in the Gogebic region, and to have drawn out $12,400. She is going back to Wisconsin to live. ATLANTA university has elected to be its president the Rev. ErastuaBNkeslee of New Haven. It is one of tit most importan...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 16 July 1887

niiTMrtmya i COUNTRY LIFE AND WOJRK. 8TJMMEB NOON. The ait Is toll of toothing sounds. The bee Within the waxed lily's honeyed cells, In monotone of mellow measure tolls His yet nnsated joyance drowsily The swallows spill their liquid melody As down the skies they drop, and faintly swells The tremulous tinkle of the far sheep bells, While wind-harps sigh in every crowned tree. Beneath the beeches shade the reapers lie, Upon their lips merry harvest tune Knee-deep within a neighboring stream the kino Stand blinking Mly in the clear sunshine And Uke a dream of olden Arcady Seems the sweet languor of the summer noon. CUKTOH SCQLLABD, i THE QUESTION. Still on the lips of all we question The finger of God's silence lies. Shall the lost hands in ours be folded? Will the shut eyelids ever rise? O friends) no proof beyond this yearning, This outreach of our souls, we need God will not mock the hope He giveth No love he prompts shall vainly plead. Then let us stretch our hands in darkness, A...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 16 July 1887

je ST. PAUL.5 SATURDAY, JULY 16th, 1887. R. Gus. BAHBER, of Stillwater, was in our city this week. xi EVERYBODY is goirg to the big ball at the Big Armory Hall, Monday, Aug. 1.couple THE biggest thing of the season will be the grand ball at the Armory, Mon day, August first. ARTIFICIAL teeth inserted solidly in the mouth without a plate by Doctors Elhs and Stanley, No. 450 Wabasha street. tf THE number of pupils promoted at the last examination at the High school from the eighth grade was 114 making the total number of promotions to the High school for the year 257. Go TO HILL'S Furniture House, No. 403, Jackson street where you will find a full line of Household Goods, Furni ture, Carpets, etc., as cheap if not cheaper than any place in the city. tf BENEDICT, at the Seven Corners has the cleanest stock of furniture and caJ pets to select from, and at the lowest prices to be found in the city. sells for cash or on the installment plan. Call on himnext door to Stven Corners Bank. tf ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 23 July 1887

VOL. III.-NO. 8 WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly BY TBI Northwestern Publishing Company, OFFICE: No. 41 3rd St, Room No. a JT. ADAMS, Editor. T:EI:R,:M:S. Single Copy, per year 1 SO Ix Months oo "JhrceMonths .'...".'."".'."I""""! 60 fcubscrfptlons to be paid In advance, "when'sub scrtptlons are not paia in advance or by any means are allowed to run without prepayment, the terraa will be bO cents /or each 13 weeks and 5 cents for each odd week. Marriages and deaths to be announced at all must come In season to be news. Marriage an 1 death notices, fifty cents? Payment strictly in advance. Advertising rates, fifty cents per square of eight lines solid sgiite each insertion. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the Trews of our correspondents. Beading notices 25 cents per line. Spec'al ra es for advertisements for a longer time than a month A blue cross mars: opposite your name denotes that your subscription lias expired. Yon will confer a favor by renewing the same. Communications...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 23 July 1887

'gl fyzitm $p$m WlSTBHN APPEAL PVBUSHXHe COHPJLNT. ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. an NOTJ3S O THE TIMES. E SENATOR SIMON CAMERON sailed for Europe on the 14th. IT is reported that Robert P. Porter is the coming editor of The Boston Daily Advertiser. RE V. W. E. MCLAREN, the dis. tinguished Episcopal bishop of Chicago, was in 1853 city editor of The Cleveland Plaindealer. THE death is reported at Philadelphia of M. H. deMareil formerly editor of Le Messager Franeo-Aniericain. was 72 years old, a native of Paris. R. CHARLES S. CooK,of Darth month,has accepted the professorship of physics in the Northwestern university, Evanston 111., to which he was recently elected. AMONG present summer guests at the Isles of Shoals are Professor Horsford and family, of Harvard Mrs. Ole Bull and daughter, and Prof. JohnK. Paine and wife. MR S. GEORGE GOULD is admitted by everybody but the members of her own sex to be the prettiest woman that baths in the Coney Island surf during the present season. PROFESSOR D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 23 July 1887

COUNTRY UCFE ASBWOEK. MOTHER'S COMB. Where the red-stemmed brier grew., In a city of the dead, That I idly wandered through, By capricious fancy led, 'Mid a grou of graves I found, Somethinp ne'e to be forgot O'er the largest, greenest mound This inscription, "Children t" "What!" "Mother's comet" 1 {.J And I asked myself with tears, Had they slept this little throng "l All the lonely, silent years Had the children waited long? Babes, were you afraid or cold? Did the years seem long or not Till the birds and flowers told Of her coming? "Children!" "What"' "Mother's cornel" r-MBS. L. M.RAYNE. REMEMBRANCE. I do remind me how. when, by a bier, I looked my last on an unanswenng face Serenely waiting for the grave's embrace. One who would fain have comforted said: I "Dear, .This is the worst. Life's bitterest drop is I here. 1 Impartial fate has done you this one grace, That till you go to your appointed place, Or soon or late, there's no more to fear." It was not true my soul I it was no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 23 July 1887

li- ^8& I 1% i x"* ST. PAUL. ^fe'is SATURDAY, JULY 23,1887. THE musical and literary entertain ment was so delightfully and success fully conducted in Minneapolis by Mes dames T. H. Lyles, A. G. Russell and Katie Mason will be repeated in this city next Frideay evening at Turners Hall. For the past three weeks the performers have been in constant re hearsal and many new and interesting features have been added, and a far more pleasing program will be rendered than on the former occasion. The former participants were Mr. and Mrs. T. Lyles, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Rus sell, Mr. and Mrs. J, H, Hickman Mesdames, Katie Mason, W. Clay, A. G. Plummer, Addie Hunton Misses Rosa Hill and LuJu Griswold Messrs. John Luca, Will Turner, D. C. Cotton, Prof. W. Weir all of whom will again MHS. M.D.PETTIS loft Tuesday for a of their artistic musical selections also visit to Chicago. MB. C. C. CARTER, of Minneapolis, was in our city Tuesday. DR. HTJRD & Co., the painless dentists No. 24 E. Third ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 30 July 1887

i\ VOL. III.-NO. 9.P1 WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly BY THB Northwestern Company, Publishing OFFICE: No. 4:1 3rd St., Room X6. a J. ADAMS, Editor. TERMS 81.50 1.00 Single Copy, per year Ix .lonthB I hrue Months 5 0 subscriptions to be paid In advance. When sub scriptions are not paid in advance or by aDy mean* are allowed to ran without pn payment, the terms will bo 60 cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for eat odd week. Marriages and deaths to be annonnced at all most come In sea-on to be news. Marriage an death notices, fifty cents. Payment strictly In advance. Advertinlnit rates, fifty cptits per square of eight lines solid agute each lnenion. We do not hold out selves responsible for the Ttews of our correspondents. Heading notices i & cents per line. 8/e al ra es for advenlaements for a longer time than a month. A blue cross mark opposite your name denotes that your subscription I as expired. Tou will confer a f.vor by renewing the name. C'jiumunicatlons to receive atten...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 30 July 1887

1 i I mi W**r*W* Noa^fiR. OF THE: TIMES. Ci&L'ScfitJRZ recovers "^fery- slowly from/has fall on the ice last winter. He sow fa&es his airings in Central park In a -wheeled chair. .ww**.***- -*$ Miss MART CUBBAW won the gold medal for excellence in oratory in the nnior class at Dickinson college over all her bass-vdioed competitor* PEIVT COIJN6EU,OB Dr. VON DEGHEND of the university of Bonn, has been lected a foreign correspondingmember of the Paris academy of sciences. He is the first Germafn many years. thus for *elected THE senate of Lubec will place in the audience-room of the city hall busts of Prince Bismarck and Count Von Moltke, the only survivors of the nine persons elected as honorary citizens of that free town. HENKY LABOUCHERE thus criticizes Holman Hunt's picture: "In plain lan guage, I should say of the picture that it is the art of the nursery, the color of the jam-pot and the sentiment of the Salvation Army. THE leading farm produots of the United Staies amoun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 30 July 1887

Mr 1H I COUNTRY MFEAND WOBK. EGYPTIAN SERENADE* Sing again the song yon sung 'M When we were together young ^f When there were but you and I nderneath the summer sky. tf 8tag the song and o'er and o'er t.A Though I know that nevermore & Will It seem the song you sung When we were together young. l" GBOBGR WXLLIAX CUBTM. MISSULY WHITE'S PARTY.* "May I go to Hiss Lily White's party?" But grandmamma shook her head: "When the birds go to rest, I think It is best For mine to go, too, "she said "Can't I go to Miss Lilywhite's partyr Still grandmamma shook her head: "Dear child, tell me how, You're half asleep now Don't ask such a thing" she said. Then that little one's laughter grew hearty "Why, granny," she said, "Going to Mies Lilywhite's party Means going to bed!" JGKOBGB COOPEB in St Nicholas for July. QUATRAINS. *HH OFFICES OI 1.0VH. Age rocks the cradle till the balm of sleep Upon the lily lids of Childhood lies, Youth guides the tottering step adown the steep Of life ane gently...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 30 July 1887

,X r-=s=^ Sr? i ST. PAUL. SATURDAY, JULY 80,1887. DR. HUBD & Co., the painless dentists No. 24 E. Ihird street. R. CHARLES CONGROVE, of J^wAtonna. was in the city Wednesday. E. C. ROBINSON has arrived in this city to permanently reside. "*$| R. HENRY BLAIR, of Alton, 111., is in the city stopping at the Windsor. TT^V MRS. J. W. MATTHEWS and daughter, of Chicago, are in the city visiting her mother. MR. AND MRS. CHARLES STEWARD, and Mrs. Patton, of Des Moines, Iowa, are in the city Miss CARRIE HARRISON, is in the city visiting her brother, she is the guest of Mrs. J. W. Smith. EVERYBODY who wishes to have a good time should go to the ball at the Armory next Monday night. MISS IDA GIBBS, of Oberlin, Ohio, is expected in the city to be the guest of Miss Celia Robe: son. MRS, PATRICE SMITH, of Pana, 111., wLo has been in the city for some weeks past, has returned home. MR. AND MRS. J. K. HILYARD returned Monday from a pleasant trip to Des Moines and Keokuk, Iowa. Miss MATTIE SIMMONS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 6 August 1887

VOL. III.-NO. 10. WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly BY THB Northwestern Publishing Company, OFFICE: No. 41 3rd St., Room No. a J. ADAMS, Editor. THIRDS. Single Copy, per year 41.50 ix tlonths 100 hree Mouths 59 [subscriptions to be paid In adrance When"sub acriprions are not paid la advance or by any means are allowed to run wiihout prt payment the terroa will be 60 cents for each 13 weeks and 6 cents for each odd wseK. Marriages and deaths to be announced at *H moat eome in sea on to bo news Marriage an i death notices, fifty cents. Paymeat strictly In advance AdverriBlnu rates, fifty cents per square of eight lines solid agnte each Insertion. We do not hold ouiseires responsible for the yiewsof our correspondents Rending notices 15 cents per line. Spe al ra, a longear'ttm* than a month A blue cross mark opposite your name denotes that your sub riptfon I as exptred You will confer a favor by renewing the same Communications to receive attention must be newsy, upon important subjects...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 6 August 1887

ff M3$ .IN l^M^am, Worms APPBAX. POHUSBOW OOKTANT. BT. PAUL, MINNESOTA, ,aB.-j. CURRENT COI plSJJ?g^& ^Q&4teaiL&. Indian QUEEN CHRISTINA of Spain is about to make a tour of the Basque provinces for the purpose of exhibitingjihe infant King toihe country people MME. pjppp. ffie doyenne of Belgian 30urna^tfl,lla^wlffeten up ttfthe present ri^5^ thanJtS.QOQ^articles, each con taining*from 3,066 to #,C)fr words. %&, ^ajd BLONDIN, the famous rope dancer, and the first to cross the Niagara river on a tight rope, returns to this country next summer, after an absence of over tw&jWp* in ft w*, AFBER.thirty. years' residence in Italy Thomas Adolphus Trollope, the elder brother bf |t|te late Anthony Trollope, is aboutliChretnrn to England to reside permanently. 4tr MME. JENNY LIND GOLDSCHMIDT lives in an attractive suburb of London, and, though she sixty-six years old, she feels young and is intensely interested in every musical event. & if ROBERT HOE, president of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 6 August 1887

-h W. ks&m M$0*l WERBBK APPEAL PuBuremiro OOMFAXT. ST. PAUL, IT :,f.., MINNESOTA. 32= CURRENT COMMENT. MOdirr.'the evangelist,' is contem plating an extended lour_of India^,. 'Misis 2ELJ,E ii LUSSAN the prima flonna soprano, is at Richfield Springs. QUE EN CHRISTINA of Spain is about to make a tour of the Basque provinces for the purpose of exhibiting the infant King to the country people. MM E. POP P. the doyenne of Belgian journalists, has written up to the present no lgss than,18,000 articles, each con taining from 3,000 to 4,000 words. BLONDTN, the famous rope dancer, and the first to cross the Niagara river on a tight rope, returns to this country next summer, aftei an absence of over twenty years. AFTER thirty years' residence in Italy Thomas Adolphu Trollope, the elder brother Of the late Anthony Trollope, is about to return to England to reside permanently. MME. JENN LIND GOLDSCHMIDT lives in an attractive suburb of London, and, though she sixty-six years old, she feels ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 6 August 1887

COUNTRY LIFE AND WORK. A PETITION. spring belongs the violet, and the blown Spice of the rones let the summer own Grant me thief avor, Museall else withhold That I may not write verses when I'm old. And yet I pray yon, Muse delay the timet ft.- Be not too ready to deny me rhyme And when the hour comes, as it must, dear Muse, I beg yon very gently break thenewB. T. B. ALDBIO H, in Harper's Magazine, for August. THROUGH THE STORM. I herd a voice, a tender voice, soft falling S Through the storm The waves were high, the bitter winds were calling. Yet breathing warm Of skies serene, of sunny uplands lying In peace beyond This tender voice, unto my voice replying,?! Hade answer fond Sometimes, indeed, like crash of armies meet- Arose the gale But over all that sweet voice kept repeating. "I shall not fail." NOBAPKBB T, in Harper's Magazine forAugust. GEBMANY AN THE POTATO BUG. Farmers need object lessons. The German Government caught the idea when they feared an invasion of the fatherlan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 6 August 1887

JBJ fx a 1 m&$ ST.^PAUL. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1887.- MRS. W. A. HILYABD is on the sick liBt. M.W.W. MCCOY, of Omaha, Neb., is in the city. KEY. W. GBAY has returned from his trip to Denver. MR. HENRY WARPIELD, of Chicago, is yisiting the city. MR. ALEXANDER G. CLARK, of Chicago, is visiting in the city. REV. AND MRS. C. S. JACOBS left for Chicago last Monday. DR. HUBD & Co., the painless dentists No. 24 E. Third street. MESSRS J. NEAL and A. Mitchell, of Buffalo, N. Y., are in the city. LITTLE Gartie Mink is quite sick at the residence of Mrs. Alex Cooley. Miss ELLA B. SMITH vrho was slightly indisposed last week has recovered. MBS HATTIE ROY left Tuesday for a trip to Indianapolis and Cincinnati. CONDUCTORS were put on all the street cars yesterday, in compliance with law. Mrs. Anna Floyd,of Jacksonville, Fla., is in the city the guest of Mrs. William Alston. MESDAMRS A. G. RUSSELL and Jas Hunster have returned from their trip to Winnipeg, Man. MRS. SAMUEL TAYLOR, of Chicago...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 13 August 1887

1P" P3 VOIf Ili.-NO. 11? WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly lorthwestera Publishing Company, OFFICE: ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK." COB. FOURTH AND CEDAR. 9. ADAMS, Editor. 3 THJRMa Ingle Copy, pr ytar j.60 HxMonth* TUre Month! jjjj BubgorlptloM to bejsid In advance. When'sub ertptloniarenotpalain advance or by any means are allowed to ran without pn-psyment, the terma will be 80 cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for aeh odd week. Marriages and deaths to be announced at all most eome In season to be news. Marriage anl death notices, fifty cents. Payment strictly In advance. Advertising rates, fifty cents per square of eight Unas soli*sgste each Insertion. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the tews of our. correspondents. Readingnotices is cents per line. Spec'al ra ea for advertisements for a longer time than a month. blue cross mark opposite your name denotes that your suWrlptlon has expired Ton will confer a favor by renewing the same. Communications to receive attention most be ne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 13 August 1887

__ .:Nryjm.W^V9__ faimt Appeal, Wwmua Amis. PO-U-OB- NI Co_r___r_. 8T. PAUL, MNNESOTA. CURRENT COMMENT. DB. TANNER- member for Mid-Cork, is goi ng to publish a novel called "Ger- ald Grantley's Revenge." Ej,r -i_ i -^^^^^M MANUEL BAKREENT and wife of Mata- moras, Mexico, recently celebrated the eightieth anniversary of their wedding. The husband is 10 2 and the wife 96/ r' ONE of the wealthiest women in Chicago is Mrs. Muncel Talcott, a childless widow of three score years. Her income is $50,000 per annum, and of this sum she devotes $45,000 to lo- cal charity. I has been some time since the American public has heard anything about Louise Michel, the famous Parisian agitator. I seems she has been devoting herself to literary work and will soon publish a volume dl poems entitled "Les Oceaniennes." Gov. AMES of Massachusetts gives evidence of the fact the heated term has arrived. recently said in a public address, "The man who has wine regu- larly upon his table is justly the subject ...

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