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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 17 September 1887

r. ft* I5r4f Sfesftr &&&& WMTEKS APPEAL PUBLISHnitt COMPART. 6T. PAUL, MINNESOTA, NOTJ2S O THE TIMES. IT is now "Grandmother Modjeska," and the boy is in Omaha. *v,^ PRINCESS BEATTRICE is a Spiritualist, and she says she doesn't care who knows it. CALIFORNIA is now enjoying the most remarkable land sale boom in its his tory. A UIAN lacks a good deal of being ra failure" who sells a railroad and pays off $10,000,000 of his debts. BRIGHTON, England, is the largest summer resort in the World. Its real season is in September and October. A NORTH CAROLINA tobacco firm in July shipped 42,000,000 cigarets Since January it has shipped 185,038,- 340 cigarets. DR. GEORGE R. CROOKS, of Madison, N. J., has been chosen editor of the Methodist Review, published at New York, to succeed the late Dr. Daniel Curry. THE Naval Wa College, which re opened Monday, is generally designed to do awaj" the need of a past graduate courso at Annapolis. Admiral Luce founded and he may be returned...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 17 September 1887

3 ii^ FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. PRAIRIE BOSKS. A hedge of roses, pink andsweety That plant in loam thtir slender feet, That send a breath the spring to greet, Across a great expanse They lead soft cheeks together there, Thoy smile at love, with faces fair What keeps the sunshine glinting near? Young love perchance. A hedge grown dim with autumn's haze Tendrills that cling in loving maze Through drear, or cold, or cloudy days Across the great ox "inse Comes on the fierce September son., When rosy flash andperfame's doner* The rays the faded flowers shun Without a g'ance. Oh, homely loves that clasp her round May yon enough for her be found (Like sister roses on one mound Amid a great expanse) May no gay wooer ask a smile Too lightsome wight with winsome wile I But (raining love to hold awhile, Then lose perchance. E LI SHEPPE RD in Boston Trarscript. CHINOOK WINDS. The United States can probably claim as great a variety of climate as any oth- nation earth. The Milk River Valley is represen...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 17 September 1887

ST. PAUL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1887. AU persons wishing to transact trainees with the WESTERN APFEAIi -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. EMANCIPATION DAY, Thursday 22. TO-DAY is the last day of the state fair. Miss MARB GODETT is in Minneapolis spending the week. DR. HURD & Co., the painless dentists, No. 24 E.lbird street. TRY a box of Colgan's Taffy-ToluGuru. You will never be without it. SERVICES were held in the auditorium of the St. James church last, Sunday. HE biggest day at the exposition will be next Thursday, Emancipation Day. MR. A. J. JENNINGS, of Fargo, was in the city this week taking in the sights. MRS. ALLEN FRENCH has returned from her trip to Waukesha and other places. THE dog show at Tenth and Jackson was a success and attracted hundreds of visitors. Go to Warren & Hurst's Lunch Room No. 385 Minnesota street, when you are hungry. MR. E. Wn-soN.of hote...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 24 September 1887

I-. 5 *$& i?l W VOL. III.-N0.17. WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly THK fiortliwesteni FnMsMQg Company, OFFICE: ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK COR. FOURTH AND CEDAR. J. AUAHS, Editor. Single Copy, per year i so I vlontlig V 'l hree Mouths 50 subscription* to be patd In advance*.'' When "sut cnpMuna are not paid tu advai ce or by any means re allowed to run vVirh.,ut pr- payment, the terms will be to cems for each 13 weeks and 5 ceoti for aeh odd weetc. Marriages and deaths robe announced at all must eome in sea on to be wws. Marriage tin d. ath uotlcea, fifty cants. Payment strictly In advance. Adyerti*ln* rates, flfty c^nts per square of eig-bt lines solid fig-to each ta'ertlou. We do not hold ourselves responsible foT the news of our correspondents. Reading notices 15 cents per line. Spei- al ra for advertisements for a longer tlms than a month. A blue cross mark opposite your name denotes that your subscription l:as expired. You will confer favor by renewing the same. Communications to r...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 24 September 1887

kstern WBMSBH AJmui. PtJBLHW COMPART. wA* fM/li|| inriim JCQSNESOTA. as. NOTJ 28 O THE TIMES. $ OM BALLAED, the famous counter feiter, is trying to do a legitimate busi ness since his recent discharge from the Albany penitentiary. He has open ed an establishment for steel engraving. THE President has appointed S. S. Carlisle of Louisiana to be Minister Re sident and Consul-General to Bolivia, and James C. Quiggle of Pennsylvania, to be Consul of the United States at Port Stanley and St. Thomas, Ontario. CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER opens his "Editor's Drawer" in the October HARFER 'S with a lively essay on con versation. Th "Drawer" contains many hilarious anecdotes, as well as an illustrated German-dialect poem by Jacob Strauss," and an English hit by "Du Maurier. OR a population of 350,000, Mel bourne, Australia, has a church ac comodation of 107,620. The total at tendance on public worship, Sunday morning and evening, is 113,107. Th church of England leads, the Presbyter ians iollow, th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 24 September 1887

pW^|^i 7 j.( COTJNTBY MPE AND WORK. if MY COTTAGE HOME. Homely and humble these my cottage rooms No fine upholstering orgilded walla No woven threads of Persia's fabled looms No (air-arched entrance into stately halls. No marble Clytie, with its froze*d veins All bloodless, wandering over snowy breast Bat one sweet Cupid, touched with richer strains Of rosy life on lip, and cheek, and crest- Of golden curls, whose spirals catch the glow Of every sunbeam this my kindly boy, And my one window, wisely made for show Of greenest foliagethese insure me joy. My cottage window, framed with sturdiest vine, i Whose gladness laughs in every lusty leaf Where fushia hang their bells, and pansies shine Like violet eyes, touched with some childish grief. Here blooms the rose, and there the spicy pink Here lifts the calls, grandly, pure and fair And here sit I, to read, or worK, or think. And twine bright flowers in baby's golden hair. Call me not poor, forwondrous wealth is mine Tim wealth of boun...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 24 September 1887

^*s S -sjr 1 m 'tail 4 ^^P W'U'.'.fW ST. PAUL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1887. All persons wishing to transact Business with the WESTKRN APPEAX 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. LBAKN GERMAN. B. CLABK has returned from his trip to Detroit. MBS. COBA HENDERSON leaves to-day for a visit to Chicago. R. HXTRD & Co., the painless dentists, No. 24 E Ihird street. R. JOHN THOMPSON, of Crookston, paid the Saintly city a visit this week. Go to Warren & Hurst's Lunch Room No. 385 Minnesota street, when you are hungry. INDISPENSABLE to the toiletColgan's Tany-Tolu Gum. Cleanses the mouth better than a brush. R. CHAS. MCKINNEY, who has been summering at Lake Minnetonka, has returned to the city, MRS. IDA ANDREWS has returned from Detroit, her daughter, Garley Mink has recovered from her late illness. R. R. C. BEAUMONT who has been ill for several month past, left for his home in India...

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

l,* VOL. III.-N0.18. WESTERN APPEAL. Published Weekly BY TUB Northwestern Publishing Company, OFFICE: ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COR. FOURTH AND CEDAR. Q. ADAMS, Editor. TBRMS. Single Copy, par year Six Months 7 hree Months 50 Subscriptions to be paid In advance Wn'ea 'snb scriptlons are not paid In advance or by any means are allowed to run without prepayment, the term* will be 60 cent* for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for each odd week. Marriages and deaths to be announced at all mast come In season to be news. Marriage ani death notices, fifty cents, rayment strictly In advance. Advertising rates fifty cents per sqnare of eight lines solid agate each Insertion. We do not hold ourselves responsible fOT the views of our correspondents. Reading notices 15 cents'per line. Spec'al ra es for advertisements for a longer tlma than a month A blue cross mark opposite your name denotes that your subscription bas expired. You will confer a favor by renewing the same. Communication* to receive attent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 1 October 1887

r* 1- Ok?* NOTES O THE TEMES, ANOTHBB great trial f nlfcffisfefc about to be commenced at &'?*&*" burg. The prisoned officers of all ranks. MK. JUSTICE MILLEK.OI the Supreme Court of the United States, in an inter view, at Chicago intimated that the counsel for the anarchists would have to make out a strong case before the United 'States Court would intervene. IT is not true that Colonel tfred Grant was a partner in the firm of Ward & Grant, hut his confidence in the firm caused him to lose all his mon ey. His father and brother, U. S. Grant, Jr., were Ward's unfortunate PArtners. Colonel Grant is recognized fey aU parties as a man of stern integ rity. ^V,As- *j^ THE artillerymen at Uilsa, India, on being ordered to prepare to move abroad, raised a riot, and after wreck ing a sutler's shop went about smashing windows, spreading terror among the inhabitants. During the melee many soldiers and ejfizens were seriously injured. Twenty artillerymen have been arrested. A N exc...

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

W I 'I i /-i Still fain to be her vassals, And as she goes the golden rod Uplifts Its royal tassels. Thrice fortunate is be whom fate Now grants a little leisure To wander in the woods and wait On autumn for his pleasure Whether, with Nimrod for his guide, The fleeing game he follows, Or saunters peacefully Some streamlet in the hollows. He hears the good-bys that the birds, tS'ng to their trysting bowers, The secrets of their parting words With all the trees and flowers He sees the lovlineBs which don The latest buds that blossom Before they fall asleep upon The earth's maternal bosom. perform twice as much work f*}**- A vith threo business laboreblood, aun thi ov COUNTRY LIFE AJBTD WORK, consignments of Percherons: and here, as in everything else Mr. Dunham THE MONTH WE CEr.EBBA.TK. September1 and in mirthless mood, 7 Whose very frowns become her, wl From sandy shore and shady wood f' Beluctant tarns the summer Beneath her glance the asters ndtt. J'.--% ja With her departure, from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 1 October 1887

-1 *l ifc^ &- h^: ^&S^^ tt LEARN GBBMAN. SS ST. PAUL?I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1887. All persons wishing to transact business with the WESTUKN APPEAIJ will please take notice that the office is now intheWaion Block, corner of Fourth and Cedar, Koom, No. 27, Fifth Floor. Take the elevator..^ WORK on the cable line is progressing rapidly. DR. HURD & Co., the painless den]tists, No. 24 E.lbird street. TnE night school in the Humboldt, building opens Monday night. FRIDAY October 8 "Childrens Day" at the and a grand baby show. Go to Warren & Hurst's Lunch Boon* No. 385 Minnesota street, when you are hungry. MB. GEORGE DUCKETT who was con- fined to his home on account of an in jured hand is out again. A CARD from Rev. C. S. Jaeabs, now in Chicago, states that he is well and that his invalid wife is improving. MRS. J. W. MASON, of No. 637, Thomas street, after a serious illness lasting over a year, is able to be out again. MRS. JAMES BANISTER left Monday evening for Chicago th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 8 October 1887

^psyw VOlf. III.-N0.19. WESTERN APPEAL, *sg PublishedWeekly Jit BT THB lorthioffiten PablisWag Company, OFFICE: ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COK. FOUKTH AND CEDAR. Q. ADAMS, Editor. THRMB IfcreeMoBMu.. *i& SSlttlS."? "*?'W Prepayment,- term. 2M*MI?. ^'K^" *Bd CTfHBIATPOSTOFFICB A3 SECOM-CLASSIATTS1. WTTAKE NOTICE, This paper is for sale by: C. WALDOS, 108, Fifth- street, St. Paul. CHAS.LANDRE, Hl.HarriBonSt., Chicago. B S. BBYANT, 446, S. State St., Chicago. While such a row is going on in Ohio, ever the recent mixture of the schools and teachers, it is consoling to note the peace and harmony which prevails in this state under like conditions. While there are not so many Colored People here as there are in Ohio, the few that are here are treated better. For years we have had two Colored teachers in the Minneapolis schools, and we have two in St. Paul, Misses Minnie and Bes sie Farr. A few days ago Superintend ent Taylor, speaking of the present con dition of the schools said:"We now ha...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 8 October 1887

WESTERN APPEAL. ^So-fclishwl Weekly from ,v^. 'WS8 PntillsMig Cwnpaij, OW1CK: BOOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COB. FOURTH AND CEDAR. "'J. 0. ADAMS, Editor. ttacte Coyy. Mr yr... IM ig^M^i.: ^S *gj*Mtobepldta dTwwe." Whw'rat- vSmSstUEussrrwpoMIMt jf*J^tlCMl8Mperitoe. is *H* PSnptto bu expired. Ton will crater CmuMaiMttoM to reoelre atteatlos Mat 2J!lL*P^a*y, mtbor.- Homanuscript returned. jwraf^S0****- ,t wh 0 =35=5 nmg ATPQSTOFFICE AS SEC05D-CLAS8IATTO. *iTTAKE NOTICE. ^HT TJ#s paperis for sale by: C. WAWKW, 108, Fifth- street, St. Paul. CnAS.LiNDBB, 111, HarrisonSt., Chicago. B. S. BBTAKT, 446, S. State St., Chicago. }"$&- While such a row is going on in Ohio,in ever*the^ecent mixture of the schools and teachers, it is consoling to note the peace jtncY harmony which prevails in this state under like conditions. While there are not so many Colored People 'S. here afe there are in Ohio, the few that are here are treated better. For years I iy we have "had two Colored teachers in the JMpfnn...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 8 October 1887

1 1 1 *W) ft.-***} Hit i-f 1^ $4 fi. reskrt^ppeatf Wuraur AFPBAL ProuBsnr* COMFABT. ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. NOTES O THE TIMES. HE fruit-peddlpr never Tesortif t(f egal measures. THEBE are said to be 80,000 blind people in England. PASTEUR has been made a Baron by the Emperor of Austria. FIFTY thousand elephants a year go to make our piano keys. A NEW bridge across the Tiber in Rome is to be named in honor of Gari baldi. HE French war balloon is made in four sections, so that a bullet may go through it without dropping it. HE London postmen have petitioned the Postmaster-General to be called "letter-carriers." LOKD SALISBURY is the only member of the British Cabinet who has grown fatter. He has gained four pounds. ADELINA PATTI has been engaged to sing for Mapleson, at 917 per ni^ht, twice a week foi six months, each night paid in advance. DR. JOHN H. DOUGLASS, who was Gen. Grant's physician until his death, has lost his practice through continued ill-health and is in straitened circum ...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 8 October 1887

1 1 8 4 't i COUNTRY LIFE AND WOKK. THE DEAR OLD SONGS O HOMES: O wheel sublime of tireless time, Turn backward in your flight, Ring out the chime in fairy rhyme OF boyhood's music bright I Like bells of joy outranging, Those memories old are clinging Now faint, now near again I hear In accents clear where er I roam, My mother sweetly singing, Singing, sweetly singing, The dnar old songs of home. Make me a bov, with boyhood's joy, As in the days ofeold, When ruddy blazeTbefore our gaze Went up sparks of gold, I see the kettle swinging, The shadow round it clinging, Till once again sweet refrain, On land or main, where'er I I oam, I hear my mother singing Singing, sweetly singing, The dear old songs ot home. At set of sun, when day was done, Like silver chiming bells, Rose on the air, with evening prayer The song we loved so well Still in my ear they're uuging And memories old are bringing, Like gentle shower, of boyhood's hour, With subtle power, where're I roam, Of mother sweetlv s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 8 October 1887

I A pS' |S^ ST. PAUL. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1887. AH persons wishing to transact business with the WESTKRN APPEA 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. LEARN GERMAN. THIS is the last week of the X. TO-DAY is the last day of Prof. Nicle at the exposition. B. F. F. SCOTT left last Saturday for Spokane Falls, D. T, DR. HURD & Co., the painless dentists, No. 24 E. Third street. COLGAN'S Taffy-Tolu Gum cleanses the mouth and preserves the teeth. THE tax levy has been fixed by the council at 19 mills on tne dollar. "MR. JAS. A. DOVE who has been in disposed for several days is improving. Go to Warren & Hurst's Lunch Room No. 385 Minnesota street, when you are hungry. E. J. E. TALBERT after a summer's trip to Yellowstone Park returned home Wednesday. THE Grand Opera house will be closed Monday night on account of the visit of the president. THE number of pupils enrolled in the publi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 15 October 1887

VOL. III.-N0.20.. WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly BY THS Hormwestern Publishing Company, OFFICE: ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COR. FOUKTII AND CEDAK. J. ADAMS, Editor. TERMS Single Copy, per year ttui ix .ionths ***s" 'Ihr.-e Months 50 subscriptions to be paid'In advance." Wheii'sub Bcriptions are not paid In advance or by any means wiinout pr payment, the terra fco ru ar l0 will be trO cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cent* for each odd week. Marriages and deaths fo be announced at all must come In 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 agnte each insertion. We do not hold onraelves responsible for the views of our correspondents. Reading notices Mi cents per line. Spec a) va ca for advertisements for a lonjjer time than a mouth. A blue cross mark opposite your name denotes that your sub-rlption I.as expired. You will confer a favor by renewing the gme. Communications to receive ...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 15 October 1887

AS U? jjf 'jgfW !g "4*& WB8TBBK APPEAL PUBI.ISHIHG COMPANT. ST. PAUL, MINN. NOTES O THE TIMES. B. EDGBRTON of the Civil-Sendee Commission looks to be 60, but is really 75 years of age. PRINCE BISMAECK weighed himself lately and found that his weight is the same as it was last year207 pounds. Miss ROSE CLEVELAND has begun her new duties as a teacher of Ameri can history in a Ne York boarding school. KING MILAN of Servia and Queen Natalie have agreed to disagree and live apart, but neither will seek a divorce. PHILADELPHIA RECOBD: Monopoly is the only refuge of the protected inter ests, and a repeal of protective laws the only safety of the people. QUEEN KAPIOLANI, of Hawaii, has conferred the order of Kapiolani upon Gov. Ames, of Massachusetts, Mayor O'Brien of Boston, and five aldermen. HE death of the King of Holland is expected hourly, and when it occurs his crown will descend to the Princess Wil helmmine, a wee little tot, not yet seven years old. B. GLADSTONE, according to M...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 15 October 1887

1 ig-1 WJt 1 How Seven Kansas Children Remembered the Cause of Missions. This particular pig was born on a homestead farm in Riley County, Kan sas, in February, 1883. There are seven children in the familyfive boys and two girlsand there were five pigs for them to feed. A happy thought of the children's mother, who has few relig ious privileges for her nestlings, sug gested that one of the youthful porkers be given to missions and forthwith {that was his name, "Missionary Pig." I And the way that pig craunched the corn and laid on fat was something 5 wonderful. He had only one short year of life, but it was a life of activity and development worth recording for in Febiuary, 1884, they brought that pig to the Telephone office, to be di vided among the missions. Now the editor of this paper has little skill in carving ordinary meat, but when it icomes to cutting up a "Missionary Pig" he is very happy and would not j'mind tiying his hand on a whole drove fpf such pigs. But we doubt if ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 15 October 1887

4- 'v^^ 1 ST. PAUL, SATURDAY/OCTOBER 15, 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. Wednesday, November 2,1887. THE exposition winds up with a blow out to.night. DR. HURD & Co., the painless dentists, No. 24 E I bird street. THE new theatre project seems to be assuming defiuite shape. THERBS is a letter at the WESTERN AP PEAL office for Mr. Foster Byrd. NOTHING gives more solid comfort than a box ol Colgan's Taffy-Tolu Gum. R. BENJAMIN DAY, of Faribault, gave the WKSTRRN APPEAL a call this week. Go to Warren & Hurst's Lunch Room No. 385 Minnesota street, when you are hungry. MANAGER BARNES of the St. Paul club says that the profits on the season have been about $11,000. THE second puze at the International drill at Chicago was won by the Second Minnesota regiment, $1,500. FOR good, square, home-made meals, c...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
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