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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'
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
ARTIFICIAL teeth" inserted solidly in
the mouth without a plate by Doctors
Ellis and Stanley, No. 450 Wabasha
The fire whistle which was recently
put in use at the Edison Electric Light
Works has been declared a nuisance and
Miases Mary and Nellie Bragg left
Sunday for Chicago to visit Mrs. John
Johnson an old friend of Mrs. Bragg,
REV. DB. W. WBAVEK, of the Mason
Street Presbyterian church, Baltimore,
Md., will fill the pulpit at the A. M. E.
church, Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm Liggins, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Laporte, Misses Nellie Banks,
Fannie Williams, Hattie Gibbs. Bertha
Heathcock and Mr. Lewis Wilson spent
last Sunday at Spring Park.
COLGAN'S "TAFFY TOLU GUM", is an
indisponsible toilet requisite. It keeps
the mouth clean and healthy, preserves
the teeth and promotes digestion, and
gives fragrance to the breath.
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
Josie Howard and Hattie Davis,
"nymphs du pave," were placed in
Central Station Wednesday upon the
charge of attempting to carve each
other to the heart with butcher knives
Billy Wilson has posted a forfeit of
$100 for a fight with McHenrv Johnson,
the "Black Star." He says he wants to
know if Johnson's friends have as much
money as they have "chin." and that
THE notorious Pearl Jenkins got into
an altercation with a Chinaman a few
days ago and chopped him with her lit
tie hatchet. She was arrested and in
lieu of going to the work house for 90
days has left the city. She will never
BENEDICT, at the Seven Corners has
the cleaneBt stock of furniture and car
pets to select from, and at the lowest
prices to be found in the city. He sells
for cash or on the installment plan.
Call on himnext door to Seven
Corners Bank. tf
HE Globe last Sunday contained a
portrait of Mr. Frank A. Vance who
prevented a collision on the Duluth road
near the Arcade bridge a week or two
ago. It is impossible to tall what results
would have followed but for the pres
ence of mind shown by Mr. Vance.
MRS. BELLE HENDERSON, the alleged
wife of a Minneapolis man, came to the
Saintly city to meet a lover Sunday
night. Owing to the vigilance of the
police, who are always on the ale tto
catch colored offendersthey were
found occupying apartments together
and fined $25.
HE Minnesota State Fair people are
making things very lively this year.
Never before has so much interest been
shown in the fair by people all over the
the state. The exhibits in every de
partment will be much larger than last
year. There are already over 125 head
of horses on the grounds and the appli
cation for entries indicate that the
stables will be crowded full before the
fair opens. Mr. Leonard Johnson, of
East Castle Rock, is expected to arrive
at New York from France this week
with a large number of magnificent
Percherons and French Coach horses.
He is now making arrangements to ex
hibit 75 head of horses at the state fair.
He will occupy one entire barn and
part of another. Every other promi
nent horse breeder in the state will be
represented, besides a large number
from other states. v.
HE event of the week was the select
basket picnic which was given at Cot
tage Park Thursday, and the old resi
dents who were present are unanimous
in declaring it to be the most enjoyable
affair of the kind ever given in this part
of the country. There were about one
hundred and fifty of the best citizens of
the Twin CitieB present and also a lot of
the strangers who are visiting friends in
this part of the country. The commit
tee of ladies who arranged the delight
ful occasion was as follows: Mrs. J. K.
Hilyard, Mrs. T. Lyles, Mrs. Harry
Howard, Mrs. A. G. RuBsell, Mrs. F. D.
Parker. The ladies are to be congratu
lated upon the unqualified success. The
music was furnished by Prof. J. K. Hil
yard's orchestra and was delightful.
The party returned to their homes at
7 o'clock, all highly pleased with the
HE Quicksteps by winning the game
with the Minneapolis club on Aug. 1st
became the champions of the North
west. They have accepted a challenge
jlfromthe Fort Snelhng club and will
play the game Menday the 15th inst.
The game will take place on the Snelling'
grounds* All parties who wish to wit
ness the game can go in the 'busses
which have been chartered for the oc
casion upon application to Messrs. C. A.
Lett or W. D. Carter. The players of
the Quicksteps are as follows:
C. A. LETT,
jggW. D. CARTER,
C. A. LETT,
W. H. SPRINGER.
H. W FAIRFAX,
A. A. COTTON,
The clubs are very anxious to have as
many present as possible and all are in
vited. There is no charge to witness
the game. 7^V?\^^^,*fc5&S?
REV. L. REYNOLDS, EDITOK.
Freya Hall was completly filled with
a fashionable audience of Minneapolis
nd St. Paul people Wednesday even
ing to witness 1 he second grand concert
and literary entertainment given under
the direction of Mesdames T. H. Lyles,
A. G. Russell and Katie Mason. The
program was as follows: Chorus,
"Greeting to Spring," company read
ing, "Sandy McDonald's Signal," Mrs.
A. G. Plummer solo, "The Night Birds
Cooing," Mrs. Katie Mason duett,
"Only Thee," Mrs. W. H. Clay, Mr. C.
A. Mason instrumental. Miss Hattie
Gibbs song and chorus, "The Wisest
one must yield," Miss Rosa Hill and
company duet, "Come to My Heart,"
Miss Bertha Heathcock, Mr. W. A. Hil
yard reading,"Sister and I," Mrs. A.G
Russell duet, "Irene Good Night," Mr.
and T. H. Lyles solo, "Song of Gretta,"
Miss Hattie Gibbs quartett, "Good
Night," Mrs, W. H. Clay, Miss Bertha
Heathcock, Mr. Will Turner, Mr. C. A.
Mason. Each number on the program
was rendered in an artistic manner,
eliciting general applause and several
winning single or double encores. At
the close of the exercises a magnificent
gold headed cane was awarded to Mr.
Harry Hust, of Hotel Ardmore, who
received two hundred votes as being the
most popular hotel man in the city.
The entertainment was given for the
benefit of the Second A.M. C. E.church,
and was a financial success. After the
close of the performance those who
chose to do so remained in the hall and
enjoyed a festival under the auspices of
a committee of ladies and gentlemen of
the church. The entire affair was a de
cided success in every way and
highly enjoyed by those present.
Mr. Charles C. Ames, son of Mayoi
Ames, and Miss Jessie Bryant, of
Big Stone City, Dak., were united in
marriage at the home of the bride,
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Is the Fast-Mail Short Line from
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and all points in the Eastern
States and Canada. It is the on
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the famous "Biyer Bank Route,"
along the shores of Lake Pepin
and the beautiful Mississippi Riv
er to Milwaukee and Chicago.
Its trains connect with those of
the Northern lines in the Grand
Union Depot at St. Paul. No
Change of Cars of any Class be
tween St. Paul and Chicago. For
through tickets, time-tables, and
full information, apply to any cou
pon ticket agent in the Northwest.
R. Miller, Gen'I Manager J. F.
Tucker, Ass't Gen'I Manager A.
T. H. Carpenter, Gen'I Pass, and
Tkt. Ag't Geo. H. Heafford,
Ass't Gen'I Pass, and Tkt. Ag't,
Milwaukee, Wis. W. H. Dixon,
Ass't Gen'I Pass. Agent, St. Paul,
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Jas. K. Hilyard
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We extract from 1 to 30 teeth in three
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We do the best dental work at lowest
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teeth than all of the dentists in the city
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GAUZE SHIRTS, 25 Cents,
White Lam Ties 10c. Per Dozen.
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Next to Ryan Hotel.&*f St.'Paul, Minn.
Now is your time to invest your money
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now, therefore be quick about making
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of Daytons Bluff property in the city,
and have some very good bargains on
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LIVERY STORAGE AND FORWARDING
COMPANY OFFICE, 209, WEST SEVENTH
STREET. HELLO, 46-2.
Furniture vans, package and baggage
wagons furnished on short notice.
Goods transferred in car lots or single
packages cheaper than the cheapest
Heating stoves warehoused for the
summer. Packing and shipping of furn
iture by experienced workmen. Car
pets taken up, cleaned and relaid. Par
cels removed for 10 to 25 cents Trunks
removed for 25 cents. Excursion 'busses
to let. Prompt attention paid to all
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC SUITINGS,
BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PIGUKES.
No. 339, First Avenue South,
Pioneer Lodge, No. 12, A.\F.\A.\M.\
meets the first and third Mondays in
each month. 'Xodge room on Jackson
below Seventh*. iAll Master Masons in
eood standing are invited to attend.
R. MANNING, W. M.
W. A. FrrYAWi, SEC.
Stevens Lodge, No. 113, A.\F.\A.\M.
meets first and third Tuesdays in
each month at No 198, W. rd street.
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are always welcome.
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first and third Thursdays in each month
at No. 198 West Third Street. All
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are always welcome.
W. MCKINLAY, fcVc.
V. O. of O. Mars Lodge, No.
u'ets every 2nd and 4th Wednes
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Boarding and Sale Stable
IOO E. SIXTH ST.,
Rear of the Chamber of Commerce,
HATTER & FURNISHES
The Largest and Finest Stock.
25 3, NICOLLET AVENUE,
ALBERT S, LOEB,
Real Estate and Loan Agenry,
147, East Sixth Street,
St. Paul, Minn.
Sole*Agent for Miller's Fine Silk aid
i Derby Hats.
LAKESIDE AND COUNTRY.
SUITS to order from 125.00
21, East Third Street. St. Paul.
IJtE S. WOOSTER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
224, HENNEPIN AVE.
Office Hours 10 to 12 a.m., 2 to 4 p.m.
Owns and operates 5,500 miles of
thoroughly equipped road Illinois,
Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota
I IS THE BEST DIBECT ROUTE BETWEEN
ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS IN THE NORTAWEST,
SOUTHWEST AND FAR WEST.
For maps, time tables, rates of passage
and freight, etc., apply to the nearest
station agent of Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul Railway, or to any Railroad
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R. MILLER, General Manager. A,
V. U. CARPENTER, Gen'I Pass, and
Ticket Agent. F. TUCKER, Ass't
Gen'I Manager. GEO. HEAFFORD
Ass't Gen'I Pass, and Ticket agent,
Js^Tor information in reference to
Lands and Towns owned by the Chicago
Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company,
write to H. G. Haugan, Land Commis
sioner, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
JA S\ C. COX. BILLY WILSON.
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T. H. LYLES,
ALL KINDS OF HAIR 600DS,
WW WM For Sale and Made to Order.
LADIES' BATHS, SHAMPOOING AND 4JAIR
CUTTING A SPECIALTY.
Calls made to Residences when desired.
6T Pull line of Masquerade, Mourning,
Wedding and Fancy Costumes for rent
J^EAST .THIRD STREET,
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in either direction between
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AND THE EAST.
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The "Short Line*9
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Fine Household Articles, Rooting .pouting
Chicago day express: From Chicago, Milwaukee, Osh
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Oil Stoves, ranges, tinware, furnaces
to all points
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Wisconsin, and on the Michigan
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TRAINS DAILY EACH WA
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JAKD INTERMEDIATE POINTS.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers, ele pt through day coaches on a I trains.
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DEPARTING TRAINS FROM
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7:50 a.m. 7:15 a.m
EAPOLIS and St. LOUIS
AND THE FAMOUS
Albert Lea Route
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DES MOINES, IOWA
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Solid Through rains, 9
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cities ot the Miss-
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Many Hours Saved and the only
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making connections with the Union Pa
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Minneapolis & Manitoba Npthern Paci
fic St. Paul & Duluth Railways, from
and to all poiuts North and Northwest!
Remember the Hmnsofthe Minne
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