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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 21 May 1887

WS8TBSX AOTAI, PtTBUSmSOCoMTAaiT. S T. PAUL. MINNESOTA. NOTES O THE TIMES. THE Benedictine monastery otPonti- a is soon to be sold auction,, A THKEE-HTJNDKED pound tur*^ wa recently captured near St, Augustine, Fla. Mns. MABY MAPES DODGE is graceful and well dressed. Sh talks with great vivacity. DURING the recent flood in Montreal twenty-six miles of streets were under water. A N English prisoner, who is 3 8 years old, confessed recently that he had spent over twenty years in prison. THE Iron guards of Youngstown, O. have changed their name to the Logan guards in honor of the late Gen. Logan. THE navy department has adopted a new invention for applying the forced draft in the furnaces of mai'ine engines. I is expected that the Cherokee council will appropriate $60,000 to re- build the female seminary in that a tion. THE negotiation between Great Britian over the Afghan boundary are at a standstill, neither side being will- ing to make concessions. THE professor of physical educatio...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 21 May 1887

if 'i\ *3 COUNTRY LIFE AND WORK, MY MTTLE BOY A2*D I The glen was strewn with loveliest tint* Bright shone a cloudless sky When nntting by the stream we went, My little boy and I. The lofty trees their branches tossed, The waterfall hard by A joyous music to us sang, My laughing boy and I. Bat, Hark I A rnstling in the leaves Wo tim'rus turned to fly Bat laughed our honest dog to see, My merry boy and I. llow wise was he? How simple I? In failing to descry, The nuts at hand yet onward ran, My gentle boy and I. How danced his Dlue eyes, when to find Much store as he I'd try What comrades we I and how we laughed My genial boy and I. Oh I Nature, in thy gentlest mood, When autumn days flit by How glorious shone thy smile upor. My darling boy and I. Earth's crushing cares were all forgot. A child again was I When nutt.ng by the stream we went, My happy boy and I. MRS. O. P. ELDBED, Princeton Ky. DEAR MOTHER'S GROWING OLD. A queer sensation 'tis to me So queer it can't be told And realJy...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 21 May 1887

~f I .it "f"l" j[ ran ae ST. PAUL. SATURDAY, MAY 21st, 1887. R. C. WALDEON left this week for a trip to Chicago. Mas. ROY and Miss Lulu Griswold are on the sick list this week. LOOK out for the Anniversary Cele bration of the WESTERN APPEAL. THE next thing on docket is the apron and necktie social at St. James A. M. E. church. MESSRS. W. HUNT, J. S. Walker, W. H. Brown, of Buffalo, N. Y., are in the city. THE Blind Festival at Pfierfers Hall Thursday night was only fairly attended but was a very pleasant affair. R. GEORGE A. LUCAS, formerly of the post office of Cleveland, Ohio, is in the city the guest of Mr. William Alston. MRS. W M. HALL, of Grand Forks, Dak. a cousin of Mrs. W. H. Clay, passed through the city this week en route to Jamestown, N. Y. FOR RENTThree nicely furnished rooms, in private family, pleasantly located.Enquire at No. 173 Charles street. References exchanged. DURING the past month according to the report of Health Officer Jones there were 164 deaths 201 birth...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 11 June 1887

VOL. III.-NO. 2. WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly BT TOT Northwestern Publishing Company, OFFICE: No. 41 3rd St,RoomNoT J. Q. ADAMS, Editor. THRMS. Single Copy, per year en Mx Months ItoreeMontlis ..5 l. Subscriptionsnto be paidWn* wltlK, W Prepayment, the crattonuw s'? I advance." When "sub- 0 ad scriptionse are not paid i advance or by any means ^A eBCn llo ~cnboVd*. W Majrlages and deaths to be announced at all must come la season to be news. We do not hold ourselves responsible tot the views of our correspondents. Reading notices 15 cents per line. Specfal rates for advertisements for longer time than a month. A blue cross mark opposite your name denotes that your subscription has expired. You will confer a favor by renewing the same. Communications to receive attention must be newsy, upon Important subjects, plainly written only upon one side of the paper, must reach us not later than Thursdays, and bear the signature of the author No manuscript returned. Special terms to agent...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 11 June 1887

& Western WSITKBIT AFPSAL PoBLiBnma COKTAXT. ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. SBC CURRENT COMMENT. LORD LANSDOWNE owns something like 95,000 acivsin County Kerry alone. NI NE "lives" of Henry Ward*Beeeh or have already been published, and the authentic one is yet to be written. 2f HE first thing an Iowa man askes for when he crosses into Nebraska is: "Stranger where can I get an old fashioned drink cheap So says the Omaha Herald. ffi MAJOR RATHBONE, of California,who goes to Paris as Consul General, was foi some time manager of Senator Stan ford's Palo Alto stock farm. MRS. KATE CHASE SPRAGUE is grow- ing wealthy by the advance in real es tate values, having but recently been offered $150,000 for her Edgewood es tate near Washington. His MAJESTY, the infant King of Spain was in the throes of the "teeth ing" process when the anniversary of his birth wa& celebrated last week. A VERMONT boy learned to make cider brandj in hib mother's teapot from the information concerning the 'physiologic...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 11 June 1887

V: VJ COUNTRY MFE AN1XWORK. JUNE. O June! delidons month of June 1 ggfe When winds and birds all slug In tune^ j|| When in the meadows swarm the beos $sg And hum their drowsy melodies While biUaglng the bnttercap, To store the golden honey up O Jane I the month of bluest skies, Dear to the pilgrim butterflies, Who seem gay-colored leaves astry, %M Blown down the tides of amber day ,g O Jnne I the month of merry song, M**"* Of shadow brief, of sunshine long All things on earth love yon the best The bird who carols near bis nest The wind that wakes and, singing, blows The spicy perfume of the rose: And bee, who sounds his muffled horn, To celebrate the dewy morn And even all the stars above All night are happier for love, As if the mellow notes of mirth Were waited to them from the earth, O June] such music haunts your name With you the summer's chorus camel *[Frank Dempster Sherman in St. Nicholas (or June.] PLANT LICE. The firct plant lice that appear in spring are hatched from eggs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 11 June 1887

fr COUNTRY IilFE AND WOJRK. JUNE. O JuneI delicious month of June! When winds and birds all sing in tone When in the meadows swarm the bees And hum theirdrowsy melodies WhilebiUagingthe buttercup, To store the golden honey np O June1 the month of bluest skies, Dear to the pilgrim butterflies, Who seem gay-colored leaves astry, Blown down the tides of amber day O June I the month of merry song, Of shadow brief, of sunshine long All things on earth love yon the best The bird who carols near his nest The wind that wakes and, singing, blows The spicy perfume of the rose: And bee, who sounds his muffled horn. To celebrate the dewy morn And even all the stars above All night are happier for love, As if the mellow notes of mirth Were wafted to them from the earth, O June! such music haunts your name With you the summer's chorus camel *[Frank Dempster Sherman in St. Nicholas for June.] PLANT LICE. The first plant lice that appear in spring are hatched from eggs laid the previous autumn, and...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 11 June 1887

^i. tst ffjl IK to* fgfe" riises ,ST. PAUL. SATURDAY, JUKE Hth, 1887. fETE CHAJIPETEE. AFBONS and Neckties next Tuesday. LADIES, strawberries and cream next Tuesday Miss ELIA WADE visited Stillwater, this week. 3f *~5|| MR O. D. HOWARD has returned from Dhth,Mm -jfg MR. ED WALL has gone on a visit to Montreal, Can. MB. WILLIAM LIGGINB apohs, Tuesday. \isited Minne- iH &- FJSTK CHAMPETRE by the WESTERN AP PEAL Co. at Mahtomedi. MR. A. BAXTER, of Chicago, is in tity to spend the summer. MRS JULIA SCOTT, of St. Louis, Mo., is visiting the city a few days. MR W C. HAWKINS has returned from Ins trip to Washington, D. C. \"f MR. JOHN TALBERT left Tuesday to summer in Yellowstone Parkr MRS WILLIAM GRAY, wife of Rev. Gray, has arrived from Denver, Col. DON'T forget the Fete Champetre by the WESTERN APPEAL, at Mahtomedi. THE first big thing of the season will be the Fete Champetre, given by the WESTERN APPEAL. SOMETHING new vill be offered at the Fete Champetre to be given by the WESTERN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 18 June 1887

pp Jfrfefc? 1 i-V rii fflTTWl 4 VfVJh VOL. Ill-NO. 3.. WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly "j-^c S.I^BT THB$|$ fioirtfiiestera .*%*i Publlshl OFJPICJE: No. 4 1 3rd St., Room No. 3. J. O ADAMS, Editor. SingleCopr/par year ....2^'*"- ftiao Mx donth.,/.:..... *fro hree Months so. Mibsoriptions to be paid In advance." When "sub scriptions are not paid in advance or by any means are allowed to run without prepayment, the terms win be 60 cents for each 13 weeks and S cents for each odd week. Marriages and deaths to be announced at all matt come In sea-ion to be news. Marriage anJ death notices, fifty cents. Payment strictly In advance. Advertising rates, fifty cents per square af eight. lines solid agate eaob bnertlon. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the vie wsof our correspondents. i fading notices 15 cunts per line. Special ra es for advertisements for a longer time than a month. A blue cross mark opposite your name denotes thai your subscription has expired. You will confer a fav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 18 June 1887

JPi w*f ?1 I *iH y* Mw Jfoptal, Wamnxa Apnux. Pinuunmro COHTAKT. ST. PAUI* MINNESOTA. EVENTS OF THE WEEK. Domestic News The New York Board of Trade says the trunk lines are practically giving rebates to heavy shippers. The moulders will,return to work in the Peninsular and Michigan stove works at Detroit under anew agreement. The Dominion government hag been warned that trouble from the Indians and half-breeds may soon be expected. The constitutional prohibitory amend ment was defeated in the Massachusetts house by a vote of 139 to 73: not the neces sary two-thirds. The petrified trunk of a human body was found on a farm a few miles from Mattoon, 111. All the parts are plainly shown, but the lower limbs are missing. On the 12th, a train on the Saginaw Val ley & St. Louis road was derailed, and Charles Weidman, engineer, Merritt Cor bett and George Sanford, firemen, were se verely injured. Ihe Illinois legislature has passed a law providing that no person in that state shal sell ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 18 June 1887

v ,,$*- **"^WjjJ mmmmm COUNGCRY UFE A3*I WOBK. GRANDMOTHER'S GARDEN. The sunfibwewby the garden wall, wu Unblinking, stare up at the Ban S Things beside the gateway tall -4? Are purpling tor my pretty one. i* ir I lie beneath the leafy yine That forma the arbor's grate*ol shade *-a \nd watch the clusters, rich in wine, Blush with the nectar yet unmade. Called by the lazy hum of bees, Half dozing on my bed of rae, I hear, from yonder clump of trees, As miles away the ring-doves' coo. The yarrow and the cumfrey grow Beside the walk, those brothers twain, Wherewith my grandam many a woe Has cured and many a dreary pain. And eke the fennel and the sage, Hoarhoand and catnip, famed for tea. Stand conscious, like an eastern image, Of wondrous powers that In them be And porsley that full many a boar. In England's merry days hath!crowned, Proud of its noble use of yore, Carls, scorning humbler herbs around. And thyme that frantic drives the bees, Contending with the butterflies Who first th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 18 June 1887

fris-i S i 5 1r ST. PAUL,ift SATURDAY, JUNE 18th, 1887.|| FETE CHAMPETRE. &*<*s| -ft. #*s E. C. M. BONNEAU left Thursday for a trip to Mmot, Dak. FETE CHAMPETRE by the WESTERN AP PEAL Co. at Mahtomedi. DON'T forget the Fete Champetre "by the WESTERN APPEAL, at Mahtomedi. MR W. H. BENNETT left this week to take charge of the hotel at Lake Elmo. MESSRS. H. W WARFIELD and E Liverpool, of Chicago, are in the city for a short visit. 5 THE Fete Champetre takes place at Mahtomedi Tuesday, June 21st. Every body invited. HE first big thing of the season will be the Fete Champetre, given by the WESTERN APPEAL. SOMETHING new will be offered at the Fete Champetre to be given by the WESTERN APPEAL CO. MRS, ARCHIE BROWN, of Des Moines, Iowa, is in the city, the guest of Mrs. Poindexter, 11, E. Third. ALL the talk of the Twin Cities is about the great Fete Champetre at Mahtomedi, Tuesday, June 21st. THE Fete Champetre to be given by he WESTERN APPEAL Co., is to surpass anything eyer given i...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 2 July 1887

vr wsw VOL. III.-NO. 5. WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly BY THK northwestern Publishing Company, OFFICE: No. 41 3rd St, Room No. a O. ADAMS. Kditor. THIRDS. Single Copy, per year i.60 l'x Months 1 00 i hrce Mouths SO subscriptions to be paid in advance When "sub cuptlons are not paid in advance or by any means a allowed to iun without prtpayment, the torms will be 60cents for each 13 weeks and S cents for each odd week. Marriages and deaths to be announced at all must come In sea-on to be news Marriage ana death notices, fifty cents. Payment strictly In advance. Advertising rates, fifty cents per square of eight UneB solid agate each Insertion. We do not hold oursflves responsible for the views oftour correspondents. Reading notices 15 cents per ltne. Spee *i ra eg for advertisements for a longer time than a month. A blue crost mark opposite your name denotes that your subscription has expired You wiU confer a favor by renewing the same Communications to receive attention must be ne...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 2 July 1887

mt fatern Jfeptal, WMTBBH Arnux Wnvcncm% OOMTAXT. ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. NOTJES OF THE TIMES. PROFESSOR THOMAS, of Little Rock, has his large collection of books bound in thin slips of wood, over forty varie ties in all. THE foundation of the Sam Jones female college at Cartersville, Ga., is under way, and the corner stone will soon be laid. SENATOR DAWES is to speak on the tariff at the annual meeting of the American Paper Manufacturers' associa tion on July 27. Miss SARAH ORN JEWETT will re- main at her home in South Berwick, Me., this summer and write some short stories she has promised. I is said that in case of the present Laureate's demise or disability the choice of successor would be between Browning and Swinburne. A NIECE of Pi'ofessor Huxley is now living in Northampton, Mass, She has come to this country to study music under Mr. and Mrs. George Henschel. A PHILADELPHIA woman had her husband arrested for being the father of her child. They have some queer ideas in Philadelph...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 2 July 1887

FAJRM AKD HOUSEHOLD, A SUMMER SONG. O! spirit of the summertimeI Bring back the rosestothe dells. The swallow from her distant clime. The honey-bee from drowsy cells. Bring back the friendship of the sun, The gilded evenings calm and late, Whenmerry children homeward run, And peepingstars bid lovers wait. Bring back the singing and the scent Of meadow lands at dewy prime Oi bring again my heart's content, Thou spirit of the summertime. Irish WeeklyTimes. AT BAT. This Is the end, then, of striving this 1* what comes of it all Darkness and foes jnst behind one before, an impassable wall. What does it matter how stanchly one may have battled for truth, When with his weapons all broken he sits by the grave of his youth? 7/hat did it profit in past years that one did the best that he knew, When in the gloom of the present virtue herself seems untrue? Why should one fight any longer when nothing remains but defeat? Barely snch labor were useless and idle the stirring of feet. Ahl but the ...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 2 July 1887

ift JW fin iinrgae FABM AOT HOUSEHOLD. t,, ABT7MMER SONG. OI spirit of the nmmertlme! Bring back the roses to the dells. The swallow from, her distant clime. The honey-bee from drowsy cells. Bring back the friendship of the sun* The glided evenings calm and late, Whenmerry children homeward ran, And peeping stars bid lovers wait. Bring back the singing and the scent Of meadow lands at dewy prime OI bring again my heart's content, Thou spirit of the summertime. BuPSC Irish Weekly Times. AT BAT. his Is the end, then, of striving: this what comes of it all ^,:'-'y, Darkness and foes just: behind one before, an f^(Xp impassabl wall 4 What does it matter how stanchly one may have Ls battled for truth, Wy When with his weapons all broken he sits by the ftJ* grave of his youth? My 7/hat did it profit in past years that one did the best that he knew, When in the gloom of the present virtue herself seems untrue? Why should one fight any longer when nothing remains but defeat? Burely snch lab...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 2 July 1887

i ^=^)1l ST. PAUL.' SATURDAY, JULY 2nd, 1887. WHERE -will you spend the Fourth? R. AND MRS. J. D. HALL, of Chicago, are visiting our city. MRS. CORA HENDERSON is summering at Lake Elmo, Minn. R. GEORGE PHILLIPS, was visiting Denver, Col., last week. LETTER CARRIER JOSEPH J. ALLEN, re ceived a promotion last week. LOOK out for an excursion to Chicago about Aug. 22. Full particulars later. HOLD yourselves in readiness for a grand excursion to Chicago in August. MR. GEORGE J. LAMB, of St. Louis, formerly of Indianapolis, is in the city. R. W, B. ELLIOTT has purchased the fine barber shop in the Clearendon Hotel. MRS. W. A. HILYARD and daughter Sadie left last week for an extended trip to Detroit, Mich. MESSRS. CHAS STEWARD and L. W. Lamb, of Minnetonka Beech, were in the city, Tuesday. HE "Fish Fry at the Baptist church last Thursday was only shmly attended but was a pleasant affair. REMEMBER the Masons' entertainment next Thursday night. Let everybody be en hand, a good time is promis...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 9 July 1887

VOL. III.-NO. 6. WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly BY THE Northwestern Publishing Company, OFFICE: No. 4 1 3rd St., Room No. & J. Q. ADAMS, Editor. Single Copy, per year *i.60 SixMonthg "...100 Three Months "..".'J!.'."""". 50 Subscriptions to be paid In advance. When'sub crlptlons are not paid In adranee or by any means are allowed to rnn without prepayment, the terms ^lilbeSOcents for each IS weeks and 6 cents for each odd week. Marriages and deaths to be announced at all must come In season to be news. Marriage and death notices, fifty cents. Payment 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. Beading notices 15 cents per line* Special rates for advertisements for a longer time than a month. A blue cross mark opposite your name denotes that your subscription has expired. You will confer favor by renewing the same Communications to receive attention must be newsy, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 9 July 1887

N. S IMfefe|Plan Wimsx APFBAL PrauraaxeCwrAXT. MINNESOTA. NOTES O THE TIMES. BUFFAIO BILL, was born in Iowa in February, 1845. GEORGE W. PULLMAN'S father was a journeyman cabinet maker. PHILIP HALE, the son of the Rev. Ed ward Everett Hale, is studying art in Italy. ~r\ 1 Gov. BABTLETT, of California, has been seriously ill, is now on road to recovery. who the HE hope is again indulged that the unfortunate ex-Empress Carlotta will fully recover her mental powers. CHARLES A. DANA sailed foi Europe on the Cunard steamship Servia. He will remain until about September CONGRESSMAN REED, of Maine, left last week with a party of friends to spend the month of July in Alaska. HE presidency of Adelebert college at Cleveland, has been offered to Prof. Herbert B. Adams, of the Johns Hopkins university. J. W. LONGLEY, attorney general of Nova Scotia, is an ardent advocate of a commercial union of the dominion and the United States. EX-UNITED STATES TREASURER JOR- DAN has been presented with ahan...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 9 July 1887

I 1 9 Ate #ff?lS 3- Angular Handwriting, The new style of angular handwriting reminds one of the round hand that suc ceeded the copy-hook pothooks of olden times, or of the old fashioned picket fence on a rampage, or the monumenta slabs of an out-west cemetery. AJ1 uniformity is skillfully avoided by the expert calligraphist and the letters are so large that he who runs may read. Young ladies affect this style, which is an importation of the Anglo maniacs. It is especially popular in Washington among diplomatic circles. In Chicago there is a special school to teach it. For the time it is the most popular way for the scholar to make her mark, it being peculiarly exclusive to lady correspond ents. Among those who write the angular est of angular letters in an off-hand, business way is Miss Daisy Garland, the charming daughter of Gen. Garland, of Washington. A beautifully clear hand with letters formed very high is that of Margaret Eytmge. Miss Rose Elizabeth Cleveland, the President's...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
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