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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 13 August 1887

to. WW 1OOUMTBT LIFE AND WORK. fDld yea meet robber, with a pistol and talfs. Whets prompt sad cordial greeting vu, "Your money or TOOT lif* Who while yos atood a-trembling, with your hands above year head, Took your gold, moat grimly offering to repay yen in cold lead? Well, I once net a robber: I was goinghome to tea The way was rather lonely, though not yet too dark to see Thatthe study rogue who stopped me there was tery folly armed But I'm honest In maintaining that I didn't feel alarmed. Be was pasting hard from running, so I, being still undaunted. Very boldly faced the rascal and demanded what he wanted I was quiet as big as he was, and I was not out of breath, 801 didn't fear his shooting me, or stabbing me to death. An answer to my question the highwayman raised an arm And pointed it straight at methough I still felt no alarm fie did not ask for money, but what he said was this: "Ton cannot pass, Papa, unless you giro your boy akin l" ^V ALLAN G. BIOBLOW in St. Nicholas. i...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 13 August 1887

i x\ 1 I kef" ST. PAUL.* SATURDAY, AUGUST 13,1887. All persons wishing to transact business with the WESTERN APPEALi will please take notice that the office is now in the Union Block, corner of Fourth and Cedar, Boom, No. 27, Fifth Floor. Take the elevator JIM Mr. E. P. Emerson is no longer man ager of the "Ryan." Da. HUBD & Co., the painless dentists. No. 24 E. Third street. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis S. Smithy of Min neapolis, were in the city this week. Mr. Chas Barnes left yesterday for New York, where he goes to join Hicks' Austrian Minstrels. Mr. Robert Crawford, Ed. Green, P. Symms and J. Q. Davis spent Mon day the 8th at Pullman, 111. S Miss Mary Lee Childs, the charming belle from the Blue Grass region left for her home Thursday eve., 4th. MR. D. KING, of St. Louis, who "has been visiting his sister Mrs. Watkins for several weeks returned to his home to day. ARTIFICIAL teeth" inserted solidly in the mouth without a plate by Doctors Ellis and Stanley, No. 450 Wabasha treet. tf T...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 20 August 1887

1': M: s?t VOL. Ill-NO. 12. WESTERN APPEAL Published Weekly BT IH1 fcS? IMS Korthwestem Publishing Goin^aC OFFICE: ,j ROOM 27, UNION BLOCKS S COE. FOUKTII AND CSDAS^,.^4^M JT. ADAMS, Editor. Single Copy, per year i 50 Ihrte Months SO fcubacriptlom to be paid In advance." When "rob- crptloMarenotpaidln advance or by any means are ailowed to run without prtpayment, the terms will be 60 cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents lot each odd week. Marriages and deaths to be announced at all must come in sea-on to be news. Marriage an1 death notices, fifty cents. Payment strictly in advance. Advertising rates, fifty cents per square of eight lines solid agnte each Insertion. We do not hold onrseives responsible for the views of our correspondents Bending notices 15 cei ts per line. Spe al ra es for advertisements for a longer time than a month A blue cross mark opposite your name denotes that your sub crlptlon 1 as expired. You will confer a favor by renewing the same. Communications to receiv...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 20 August 1887

J. fc WatTBEN AFPXAL TVB1ABBXSO COMPACT. ST. PAUL, MHOIESOTA. CFftBENT COMMENT. .CHOLERA is on the increase in Italy. MRS. LANGTKY'S 7,000 acres of Cali fornia land cost her just $100,000. MM E. NILSSON owns two buildings in Boston that are assessed at $123,000. O the four thousand Englishmen re siding in New Haven less than 500 are are registered voters. WIIXIAM M. STARK, reeently oppoint- ed collector of customs at New London Conn., is an descendant of General Stark, of revolutionary fame. I COLONEL CHARLES CHAHXE LONG is now in Washington preparing for his start to Corea, which will be made about the 10th of September. HERR VON LADE, the famous culti- vator of rare species of grapes atGaisen heim, in the Rheingan, has just cele brated his seventieth birthday. ELIHU E. JACKSON, the Democratic nominee for governor of Maryland, is about 50 years of age. He is happily married and has five children. PRINCE KRAPOTKINE has written an indignant letter to M. Bocbefort pro testing against ...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 20 August 1887

I FARM AND HOUSEHOIiD. -**$ LOSS AND GAINt If the June rose could guess 8 8 Before the sunbeam wooed her from the bud, And reddened into life her faint young blood, What blight should fall upon her loveliness, What darkness of decay, what shroud of snow Would the rose ever blow? If the wild lark could feel ^t When first between two worlds he caroled clear. Voicing the ecstasy of either sphere, What apathy of song should o'er him steal, What broken accents and what faltering wing Would the lark ever Bingf Alas, and yet alas, For glory of existence that shall passI 'For pride of beauty and for strength of song! Yet were the untried life a deeper wrong. Better a single throb of being win, Than never to have been I KATE PUTNAM OSGOOD in the Century. LUCY, STONE'S COUNSE L. The advice to women to promote their health by out-door exercise is nev- er wanting. Bu no amount of fresh- air exercise can save women from the evil effects of their present style of dress. It is their clothes that k...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 20 August 1887

PC I J? 1 H* ST. *PAUL. SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1887. All persons wishing to transact business with the WESTERN APPEAIi wi ll please take notice that the office is now in the Union Block, corner of Fourth and Cedar, Room, No. 27, Fifth Floor. Take the elevator, tfm, R. HURD & Co., the painless dentists, No. 24 E Third street. of Chicago R. WILLIAM WILLIAMS, was in the city this week. MRS. COBA HENDERSON, of Lake Elmo, was in the city yesterday. m^ R. A. J. BELL left Tuesday for Chi cago he will return to-day. R. AND MRS. K. L. WILLIAMS are vis- iting relatives in Phillipsburg, Kan. R. RICHARD TURNER left the city San day for a ten day's hunting tripsin Wis consin. R. EDMUND JAMES who has been sick for some time still continues in ill health. Go to Warren & Hurst's Lunch Room No. 385 Minnesota street, when you are hungry. R. RICHMOND TAYLOR returned last week from bis visit to his relatives in Tennessee. MRS. ALLEN FRENCH left last week for an extended visit to Waukesha Wisconsi...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 27 August 1887

Vll 1 VOL. Ill-NO. 13. WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly ST TH northwestern rfPnblisMag ar Uo SK Company OFJTICE: ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COB. FOURTH AND CEDAR, ADAMS, Editor. TERMS Single Copy, pr yar *i 60 ixviontbs Jaj 1 hree Months 50 subscriptions to be paid in advance When"sub scriptionaeare not paid in advance or by any means without pr payment the term ru will be 80 cent* for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for each odd week. Marriages and deaths to be announced at all mart eome in season to be news Marriage an 1 death notices, fifty cents. Payment strictly in advance. Advertising raies fifty centa per square f eight lines solid agate each insertion. We do not hold ourselves responsible forth* views ot our correspondents "HSrfS Reading notices 15 cents per line. ^k"% Spec al ra es for advertisements for a longer time than a month A bine cros* mark opposite your name denote* that your subscription ^as expired Ton will confer a favor by renewing the same Communications to receive atten...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 27 August 1887

--4 Ssftt CUKfiNT COMMENT. B. GLADSTONE has four sons and three daughters. They are all mar ried except the youngest daughter, who is principal of the College for Women at flewnham, near Cambridge. ^m4mm HB Pittsburg Leader's Presidential Tote ran up to 8,011, of which Blaine got 2,921 Cleveland, 2,532 Lincoln, 729 Sherman, 563 Conkling, 366 aud Hill, 96. Lincoln was the second choice f 1,485 and Sherman of 1,825 .A. $&?* COKTRACTOB George R. Lyons, of Brooklyn, who is now enjoying his honeymoon somewhere in Canada, is aid to be a defaulter in the sum of $8,000, one-eighth of which belonged to tome Italians in his employ. FSRLMARZ LITTLE, died at Salt Lake City, Utah, a few days since in his 58th year. He was elected Mayor in 1876 and held the office for three terms He was a contractor on the Union Pacif" ie and oneof the chief promoters of the Utah Central, and a director of the Utter company till his death. was once a polygamitt, but years ago put aade his unlawful wives. MR. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 27 August 1887

vu COUNTRY MFE AJSTD WOEK. *aJHi-v BtEBP. !P We deep end dream. Who hag not teen and met Hisn*rt'a deaize In that charmed palace Sleep, And hugged the happiness he eonld not keep, Or kissed an Ideal he coold never aet In place of waking facta? Thna from the fret And toll of life, we enter, wandering deep Through the long corridors, where dreams, that ateep Onr aonla with gladness, wile ns to forget That they are dreams. Here In the sleeping place We come into the presence, face to face, Of longings realized Here stretch onr hands To touch some well-remembered form of Tore, And apeak the words we should hare spoke be fore Oar friends passed from na into distant lands. Chambers' Journal. 1 SKILLED FABM LABORERS." ^J| No idea has done more to repress farming progress than the idea that a farm laborer need not be skilledthat brute strength is the main requisite. This was never true, and is less so now than ever before since improved ma chinery has to be handled. But even in handling suc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 27 August 1887

Is1* WllWn^UlW ST. PAUL. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1887. All persons wishliig to transact business with the WESTERN APPEAL will please take notice that the office is now in the Union Block, corner of Fourth and Cedar, Room, No 27, Fifth Floor. Take the elevator. MB C. M. BONNEAU has returned from Mmot. REV, J. LIPSCOHB, of Cincinnati, Ohio, is in the city DE HtrEt) & Co., the painless dentists, No. 24 E. Ihird street. Go to Warren & Hurst's Lunch Room No. 385 Minnesota street, when you are togry. -WlX' KATE CASTLETON in "Crazy Patch" very night next week and Saturday matinee. COLGAN'S "TAFFY TOLU GUM", pro motes digestion and keeps the mouth healthy. Miss CARRIE HARRISON after a visit in our city and vicinity, left for her home in Marrietta, Ohio, Wednesday. ARTIFICIAL teeth inserted solidly in the mouth without a plate by Doctors Ellis and Stanley, No. 450 Wabasha treet. tf MRS. F. F. SCOTT, her daughter and Miss Minnie Scott, her sister-in-law, left the city Wednesday for Staun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 3 September 1887

-TV1 A -V- &' WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly BY TH *"*2 Kortbwestarn Publishing Company, OFMCE: ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COR. FOURTH AND CEDAR. J. ADAMS, Editor. TBRMa Single Copy, per year i 50 Mx Months, ....100 'Ihroe Months 50 hubacriptlone to be paid In advance." When" "snb cnprions are not pal.l in advance or by any means are allowed to ran without pr. payment, the terms will be 60 cents for each 13 weelw and 5 cents for tach odd week. Marriages and deaths to be announced at all moat come lu sea-on to be uews. Marriage ant death notices, fifty cents. Payment strictly In advance. Advertising-rates, fifty cents per ^square of eight lines solid og*tc each Insertion. We do not hold ourselves responsible tot Lho raws of oiir wenpoiident8.. fiedlng notices 15 eeuts per line. Spec'al 1 a rs for advertisements for a longer time than a month. A blue crosiiuark opposite your name denotes ,that your subscription lias expired. Ton will confer a favor by renewing the same. Communication...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 3 September 1887

I Mm* Mvyttd, AriVAl, FVBU8KIK CoMTAHY. ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. NOTJ5 S O THE: TIMES. B. DORSHEIMER denies the report that Frank Hatton is to buy The New York Star and make a one cent Republi can daily of it. Miss ELLIS, the Boston young lady who is attending physician of the Queen of Corea, receives the snug salary of $18,000 per annum. w?Vl Aj Gov. FORAKER will open the Ohio campaign at Cadwell Sept, 7. I is re membered that Hayes opened the cam paign of 1879 in the same place ?ft%' THE six lady graduates of Harvard wore simple summer dresses of lawn, and no "sweeter girl graduates" ever looked fresher or fairer. THE Porte has sent a circular to the Powers asking their advice as to the course to be taken by Turkey toward Bulgaria in view of Prince Ferdinand's action. THE Christian Advocate, having asked for contributions to the fund for a memorial window in honor of the late Bishop Simpson, has received all that was requested and more. MM E. MODJESKA said two years ago that she shoul...

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

i 1 1 COUNTRY IilPJBJ AND WORK. M3DSUMMEU GOLDEN BOD. Bids'* thou the Bummer hasten, The fields and hillaidea gliatea Wfea early enow flakes fallen. Midsummer golden rod* osJ&8*! Would'st banish crimson clover, The blackbird and the plover, _ iTWst thoa broad fields reign overlt With golden rod. ,nr* Lftce sunshine is thy face Modest and sweet thy graces Yet thou and all thy race Weird ribalds are. Thou tell'st ofwind and cloud, Tempest and thunder loud, Dark forms of demons proud, Dread winter's sway. Delay still yet awhile Force not on ns thy smile. Bo sweet, so full of guile I Thou golden rod. Late we'll welcome thee, When from each shrub and tree, No more comes forth the glee Of feBtive song When summer skies grow pale. When autumn breezes wail, Then gladly these we'll hail, i Bright golden rod. -E. J. CABPBNTKB in the Pilot. flHE SEASON CHANGING. It it quite evident that the seasons ffre changing somewhat in this particu lar that so far as relates to farming op- arsenic, ra...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 3 September 1887

^IT^WSeSSS m$ MM.^MJH.1 r^i 6 :&^*"t'&~*? 3$ ft #5 3& e$S Ms & COU3TTR LIRE AND WORE, MIDSUMMER GOLDEN ROD. let then the summer hasten, Thefield*and hillsides glisten With early snowAakes fallen, Mldgnmmer golden rod*. Would'st banish crimson clover, The blackbird and the plover* iTWat thon broad fields reign over With golden rod. Like sunshine is thy face) Modest and sweet thy grace Yet thou and all thy racell Weird ribaldi are. & Thon tell'at of wind and cloud. Tempest and thunder loud, Dark forme of demons proud, Dread winter's sway. Delay still yet awhile Force not on ns thy smile. Bo sweet, so fall ot guile^ Thou golden rod. fc" Late we'll welcome thee, When from each shrub and tree, No more cornea forth,Jiie glee Of festive song Vi'."^' When summer skies grow pale. When autumn breezes wail. Then gladly these we'll hall. Bright golden rod. 9- -E. J. CABFBNTKB in the Pilot fHB SEASON CHANGING. It it quite evident that the seasons 2?re changing somewhat in thi...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 3 September 1887

tx ft.. Ki- ll.' Ug.' TOV 5V& 5P_ 1 tyy,', f'* ,J 9 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1887. v. All persons wishing to transact business with the WESTKBN APPEAIi will please take notice that the office is now in the Union Block, corner of Fourth and Cedar, Boom, No. 27, Fifth Floor. Take the elevator. MB. JAS. W. SMITH has returned from Dellwood. MB. JOHN LUCA took a trip to- Duluth last week. MB. NAPOLKON B. COATES, of Chicago, is in the city. :^"3f MB. J. K.HILYABD returned from Chi cago Tuesday. '''"""X"*"*^ MB. ALL BOUBDINJC, of Duluth, was in the city Thursday. '-I'.', 'VCJVS-^ DR. HUBD & Co., the painless dentists, No. 24 E Third street.. AFTEB smoking, chew Colgan's Taffy Tolu Gum for the breath. .-.*$ Mas. F. M. WILLIAMS returned Satur day from her trip to Chicago. MB. R. H. SLATJEN, of the Ryan leaves for San Francisco next week. Go to Warren & Hurst's Lunch Rootu No. 385 Minn esota street, when you are hungry. 'f'STS'i COLGAN'S' "TAFFY TOLU GUM", pro motes digestion and ke...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 10 September 1887

4 1ft .t VOL. III'--N0!4,15.8 WESTERN APPEAL. &<$ Published Weekly & BY TM lort&iestera Publishing^Company, OFFICE: !S!.*' "Fay," a noted correspondent of the Courier Journal, writing from Lake Geoige, N. has the iollowing to say of Mr. Charles S. Morris, formerly our correspondent from Washington, D. C. Mr. Charles S. Morris a young color ed orator gave dramatic recitations in the parlor to a large and appreciative audience this evening. Morris is a na tive of Louisville, and was educated the city schools. He is now a student at Howard University in Washington. Being poor, he, like his white brothers in the North, serves as a waiter in a hotel during the summer months. He acts in that capacity at the Fort William Henry, but devotes all his leisure mo ments to the study of Shakspeare. In stature and physique, Morris resembles Edwin Booth. That he fully under iMi" stands the spirit of the pieces he re- %0 cites is evident the expression P tnrow 4 ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK.,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 10 September 1887

wmmm B^, '-ff^ I?16!' WJP*^ LI1LJ,J.! JIJIHBLWlU^iHUUJ. fatern $$$&&, WMTSBH ATTK U. PDHUNDM OmrAinr. T.PAUL, MINNESOTA. jrOTJKSS O TH JE TOEEEUw ft* CINCINNA TI grocers protest against any change in the present trunk-line classification of freight rates. ^^Pl NEW ORLEANS Picayune: solid North or solid South. Britain is near at hand. A solid United States is much better than a SECRETA RY BAYARD believes that the final adjustment of the fisheries dispute between the United States and Great WILLIAM L. MILLER of Chai-leston, S. has at his office two immense iron shells, said to be the first two shots fired at Battery Wagener at the be ginning of the war. The shells were Dever exploded, and weigh 200 pounds each. INDIAN-COMMISSIONER ATKINS "lias ordered the removal forthwith from the fJte reservation of all persons found thereon whose presence in any way tends to disturb the peace and quiet of the Indians, and if found necessary to carry out this order to call upon the military ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 10 September 1887

"'"v "fc, -rM i COINTRY LIFE AN WOBK. A MKMORY. ^M -i I wonder if she can remember, 4 A I do, tonight That evening early September, Of perfect delight. n. Together we rowed on the river, Borne on by the tides heart I was ready to give her fortune beside. III. But alas! I soon learned that another Had captured Rose Bo my passion I managed to smother, And didn't propose. I V. And It may be she doesn't remember That fond epi ode. or that evening early September She rodebut I rowed Somerville Journal JVOTfeS BOM NATURE. I love these gentle tenants of the wood, The timid iiaif, the finl ustercngjay, Who mttei hei and there throughout the day, Fill with discordan notes the solitude. The chattering squint 1, with plumes of red aud giu The woodpeckei, beating oft his reveille: he patndge wtmring rapidly away To denser coverts, where no eye can see And often, when benoath the silver moon, Placid and still the basking river lies, he far off wall of some belated loon Floats patientlj up to pni...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 10 September 1887

4 *ii it' fi i., mopnjpp ST. PAUL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10,1887. All persons wishing to transact business with the WESTERN APPEAL, will please take notice that the office is now in the Union Block, corner of Fourth and Cedar, Boom. No. 27, Fifth Floor. Take the elevator. Go to the great State Fair, sure. R. C. A. BROWN has returned from Staten Island. A LARGE force of men are now at work on the cable line. R. JAMES H. HILLON left last Satur day for Omaha, Neb. DR. HURD & Co., the painless dentists, No. 24 E.lhird street. THE schools onened Monday with in creased attendance as usual. R. JASPBR TAYLOR, of Chicago, spent a few days in our city this week. MRS. J. W. SKITH, of Sibley street, has been quite ill during the past week. QUIT tobacco Chew Colgan's Taffy Tolu and secure health and comfort Try it. Go to Warren & Hurst's Lunch Room No. 385 Minn esota street, when you are hungry. THE next week is fair week and if you do not attend to-day be sure and gomounted next week. THE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 17 September 1887

JL. & if VOL. III.-NO. 16. WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly BY TH* Northwestern Publishing Company, OJTIOK: ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COB. FOURTH AND CEDAR. J. ADAMS, Editor. TKRMS Single Copy, per year IIM Hxifonilu ...109 'JhreeMonths '50 Subscription, to be paid in advance. Whea'rob- criptioM are not paid In advance or by any meant we allowed to rnn without prepayment, toe terra* will be 60 cents tor each IS weeks andS saata for each odd week. Marriages and deaths to be announced at ail mast come in season to be news. Marriage anA death notices, fifty cents. raymant strictly in advance. Advertising rates, fifty oents per square of eight linos solid agte each insertion. We do not hold ourselves responsible for tha tews of our correspondents. Reading notices IS cents per Mae. Spec al ra es for advertisements for a longer time than a month. A bine crosvmark opposite yoar name denotes that your subscription i as expired. Tou will confer a favor by renewing the same. Communications to...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
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