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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
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
Go to Warren & Hurst's Lunch Room
No. 385 Minn esota street, when you are
THE next week is fair week and if you
do not attend to-day be sure and gomounted
THE Manitoba will run trains every
fifteen minutes to the fair grounds dur
ing the fair.
THERE will be a grand street parade
on "Machine Day" next Wednesday, at
th state fair.
MRS. F. D. PARKER has been serious
ly indisposed for several days but
RKV. S. ANDERSON, left for St.stre'et
Louis Tuesday, very much pleased wilh
his stay among us.
THE duster season has about ended
here and the boys and girls are hunting
up their sealskins.
MR. AND MRS ALEXANDER MILES and
daughter Miss Gracie, of Duluth, are
in the city at the Sherman.
R. GEO. W. BROWN, of Minneapo
lis, was in the city last Sunday, the
guest of Mr. Oscar S. Sanders.
PROF. C. ADAMS, of Washington, D.
is the city, the guest of his brother,
editor of the WESTERN APPEAL,
R. J. H. TOWLES is in the city to
Spend the winter with his sister, Mrs
H. A. Kirtley, No. 159, Martin street.
THERE is to be established in connec
tion wish the high school a department
of manual training. A good thing sure
ARTIFICIAL teeth inserted solid]y in
the mouth without a plate by Doctors
Ellis and Stanley, No. 450 Wabasha
LIZZIE LANCASTER, Minnie Woods and
A. Lewis were assessed $25, each in the
city court Wednesday for unbecoming
Two colored men, G. A. Martin and
John Gorman were arrested on West
Seventh street last Thursday charged
with reckless driving.
MISSES NELLIE BANKS and Fannie
Williams who have spent several weeks
in our city and vicinity, leave tor their
home, KansasCity, to-morrow.
ELEGANT cards are out announcing the
"Tin Wedding" of Mr. and Mrs. Delos
Leavettat their residence, No, 484, Mis
sissippi street next Wednesday even
R. LEW JOHNSON, proprietor of the
"Mamma's Black Baby Boy" combina
tion is at the Williams House in Minne
apolis, No. 219, Third street south,
where he will be pleased to meet any of
BENEDICT, at the Seven Corners has
the cleanest stock of furniture and caa
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 Seven
Corners Bank. tf
SACKET & WIGGINS have leased the old
Exposition rink for ten years at an
nual rental of $11,000 for the purpose of
remodeling it into a theatre. They will
expend $30,000 in improvements and
when completed will accomodate about
1,000 people in the paraquette and 3,000
in the entire building. They hope to
ready to open in about sixty days.
HE clerical force of the office of
Register of Deeds, Mr. M. J. Bel!, ba
nalized the forty-fourth anniversary of
his birthday last Monday evening by
calling at his residence a body and
and presenting him with a handsome
silver water service. The service was
made by Tiffany of New York,and bears
inscribed i.pon it. "From the boys of
the office to M. J.Bell, register of deeds.
3843September fifth1887. "The
speech of presentation was made by
HE reception which was given last
week at the residence of Mr. and
J. E. Talbert was given by them and not
bv their daughter. The reception was
given in honor of Rev. W. Weaver, Mr.
John Plyman, Mrs. John Hurst, of
Baltimore, Md. The names of Rev.
S. P. Anderson, of St. Louis, Mrs.
Hilvard, Miss Mary Godett and
Richard Higdon were inadvertently
omitted. These facts Lave been brought
to our notice and we cheerfully make
R. D. WOODSON, colored," who
works atLeip's Hotel at White Bear
Lake waB driven away from that place
Tuesday night because he had procured
a license and intended to marry a white
girl named Jennie Jackson. He walked
to town and had the misfortune of being
Arrested on suspicton of being a robbea.
He cleared himself of that charge and
then made application for a deputv
sheriff to accompany him to White Bear
that he might get his intended bride,
*but was refused. says he loves the
yprl and will have her in spite of all uu-
the girl rejects him,
THEATRE GOERS hare had a season of
funandjolity at the Grand this week
with Dan'l Sully and bis superb com
pany in "Daddy Nolan" and the "Cor
ner Grocery," both of these plays were
well presented and attracted large audi
ences. Next week the favorite and tal
ented artists Mr. and Mrs. W Flor
ence will make their annual visit to the
Grand and present the following reper
Monday and Tuesday, "Our Govern
or" Wednesday and Thursday, "The
Flirt," Friday evening and Saturday
Matinee, "Mighty Dollar," Wednesday
Matinee and Saturday evening "Dom
bey & Son."
There is nc*need to reccommend these
rersatile artists, as they are .too well
well known to need that at our hands.
The Florences have been espe
cially secured for fair week and as
crowded houses are the rule where
ever they appear we would advise those
who intend to see them to secure seats
ONB-OP the pleasing sights during fair
week will be the St. Paul illuminations
twice as many globes as last year will
be used, and all to be canopied so that it
will be impossible for the wind to exgantly
tinguish them. The colors have been
so arranged as to make a complete
change at the center of each block. A
beautiful arch will greet the arrivals a
the union depot, at the corner of Sibley
and Third. The intersecting arches
will consist of ruby globes, to be sur
by a tree of green lights. At
the top of Third street hill, at Cedar
street, the cross arches will consist of
red, white and blue globes, the whole
to be surmounted by an anchor of lights
ten feet in height. The flukes will be
of ruby globes, and the ring and
right of blue. This anchor will be made
of small incandescent electric lights.
In the center of the blocks on either
are arches of ruby and green
globes. This year the arches at the
corners will be carried out to the
buildings on either corner. The sup
ports for the electric lights over the
side walks on Third street have been
put in place, and will be illuminated
with colored incandescent lamps. Near
Wabasha and Third streets a band stand
will be erected over the sidewalk, an
other adjoining the Pioneer Press build
ing, and a third near the corner of Jack
son and Third streets. These bands
will play from 7:30 to 10:30 each evening
during the illumination,!these lights will
be tested to-night, and everything for
the illumination will be ready Monday
evening for six nights.
Big- Guns a the State Fair.
The G. A. R. committee in charge of
the great sham battle at the Minnesota
State Fair has received word from Gen.
Lucius Fairchild, Grand Commander of
the G. A. R. of the United States, that
he will be present and take part in the
battle. Gen. Lew. Wallace, of Indiana,
will also be present and have command
of one of the armies. Over 5,000 old
soldiers and state militia will partic
pate in the battle. There will be 14
pieces of artillery and 5,000 small arms
used in the engagement, which wilJ be
the grandest exhibition of the kind
ever seen in this country.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
ONE WEEK, COMMENCING MON., SEPT. 12.
A GRAND ATTRACTION
Especially engaged by the Manage
ment for Minnesota
STATE FAIR WEEK.
ANNUAL VISIT OF TH E
IN TH E FOLLOWING CAREFULLY
Monday and Tuesday evenings,
Wednesday and Thursday eve.,
eve. and Saturday Matinee,
Wednesday Matinee and Saturday eve.
"Dombey & Son."
Sale of seats now open.
Is the Fast-Mail Short Line from
St. Paul and Minneapolis yia La
Crosse and Milwaukee to Chicago
and all points in the Eastern
States and Canada. It is the on
ly line under one management be
tween St. Paul and Chicago, and
is the Finest Equipped Railway
in the Northwest. It is the on\\
line running Pullman Drawing.
Sleeping Cars with Luxuri
ous Smoking Rooms, and the fin
est Dining Cars in the World, ria
the famous "River Bank Route,"
along the shores of Lake Pepin
and the beautiful Mississippi Riv
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 toanycou
pon ticket agentin the Northwest.
R. Miller, Gen'l Manager J. F.
Tucker, Ass't Gen'l Manager A.
V. H. Carpenter, Gen'l Pass, and
Tkt. Ag't Geo. H. Heafford,
Ass't Genl Pass, and Tkt Ag't,
Milwaukee, Wis. W. H. Di&on,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent, St. Paul,
31) 31 3 2
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Complete Novels and Other Works, by Famous
Author*. Almost ttiren Away. The following booJu
are published in neat pamphlet form, and all are printed
from good type upon good paper. They treat of a
great varistyof subjects, and we tnitik no one can examine
the list without finding therein many that he or she would
like to possess. In cloth-bound form these books would oost
l.OO eaeh. Baoh book is complete in itself.
I. The Widow Bedott Papers. This is the book
over which your grandmothers laughed till they cried, and
it is just as funny to-day as it ever was.
Winter Evening Kecreations, a large collection
of Acting Charades, Tableaux, Games, Puzzles, etc., for so
cial gatherings, private theatricals, and evenings at borne.
3. Back the Ol Home. A Novel. By Mary
Cecil Hay, author of Hidden Perils."
4. IMaloffues* Becltations and Readings, a large
and choioo collection for school exhibitions and public and
5. The Standard Letter Writer for Ladies and
Gentlemen, a complete guide to correspondence, giving plain
directions for the composition of letters of every kind, with
innumerable forms and examples.
6. The Frozen Deep. A thrilling Novel. By Wilkte
Collins, author of The Woman in White," etc.
7. Bed Court Farm. An interesting Novel. ByMrs,
Henry Wood, author of "E_3t Lynne," etc.
8. The Lady of the Lake. By Sir Walter Scott.
The Lady of the Lake is a romance in verse, and of all
the works of Scott none is more beautiful than this.
9. I Cupid's Met. A J'ovel. By the author of Dora
10. Amos JBarton. A N.rel. By George Eliot, author
of Adam Bede," "The Mill on the Floss etc.
II. Lady Gwendoline's lream A Novel. By the
author of Dora Thome."
12. The Mystery the Holly Tree. A Novel.
By the Author of Dora Thome."
IS. The Budget of Wit, Humor and Fun, a large
collection of the funny stories, sketches, anecdotes, poems
14. John UowerbankV Wife. A Novel. By Hiss
Hulook, author of "John Halifax, Gentleman," etc.
15. The Gra Woman. A Novel. By Mrs. Gaskell,
author of Mary Barton, etc.
16. Sixteen Complete btorirs by Popular Authors,
embracing love, humorous and detective stories, stories of
oolety life, of adventure, of railway life, etc., all very in.
IT. Jasper Dane's Secret A Novel. By Miss M. EJ
Braddon, author of Aurora Floyd," etc.
18. Fancy Work for Home Adornment, an entirely
new work upoa this subject, containing easy and practical
Instructions for making fancy baskets, wall pockets, brack
ets, needle work, embroidery, etc etc., prolusely and ele
19. Grimm's Fairy Stories for the Young. The
(nest collection of fairy stories published. The children are
ielighted with them.
SO. Manual Etiquette for Ladies and Gentlemen,
a guide to politeness and good breeding, giving the rule*
of modern etiquette for all occasions.
21. Useful Knowledge for the Million, a handy
book of useful informatiou for all, upou many, and various
it. The Home Cook Book and Family Physi
cian, containing hundreds of excellent cooking reofpes,
hints to housekeepers, telling how to cure all common ail
ments by simple home remedies.
23. Manners and Customs I Far Away Lands,
a very interesting and instructive book of travels, describ
ing the peculiar life, habits, manners and customs of the
people of foreign couatries.
8*. 8 Popular Ballads. Same size as sheet music.
Words of all the old and new songs.
25. Called Back. A Novel. By Hugh Conway.
26. A the World's Mercy. A Novel. By Florence
Wardeu, autbor of The House on the Marsh," eto.
27. Mildred Trevaulon. A Novel. By "The Duchess,"
author of Molly Bawn," eto.
28. Dark Bays. A Novel. By the author of "Called
29. Shadows on the Snow. A Novel. By B. L. Far
author of "Bread-and-Oheeae-and-Kisses," etc.
30 Leollne. By Mary Ceoil Hay, author of Bronda
31. Gabriel's Marriage. A Novel. By Wilkie Collins,
author of "No Name," eto.
32. Heaping the Whirlwind. A Novel. By Mary
Cecil Hay, author of Old Middleton's Money," etc.
S3. Dudley Carleon. A Novel. By Miss M. E. Brad
don, author of "Lady Audley's Secret," etc.
Si. A Golden Dawn. A Novel. By the author of
'Dora Thome," eto.
35. Valerie's Fate. A Novel. By Mrs. Alexander,
juthor of The Wooing O't," eto.
36. Sister Rose. A Novel. By Wilkie Collins, author
of The Woman in White," etc.
37. Anne. A Novel. By Mrs. Henry Wood, author of
38. The Laurel Bush. A Novel. By Miss Mulock,
author of John Halifax, Gentleman," etc.
39. Robinson Crusoe A thrilling narrative by Daniel
De Foe, describing the adventures of a castaway in the
South Pacific Ocean.
40. How to Make Poultry Pay. A practical and
instructive series of articles by Mr. P. H. Jacobs, Poultry
Editor of The Farm and Garden," Phila. Illustrated.
41. Parlor Magic and Chemical Experiments, a
uook which tells how to perform hundreds of amusing tricks
in magic and instructive experiments with simple agents.
42. Gems of tne Poets, containing charming seleo
tious from Tennyson, Longfellow, Whittier, Byron, Shelley,
Moore, Bryant, and many others.
43. Building Plans for Practical, Low-cost
Houses, a full description and plans of Eight modern
houses, ranging in price from $500 to $4500. Illustrated.
44. Anecdotes Publie MenWashington, Frank
lin, Webster, Clay, Tllden, Lincoln, Soott, Grant, Garfield,
Gladstone, Butler, Hancock, Lee, and all the leading men oi
45. JBsop's Fables. The work of an ancient genins.
Children have read them for centuries and grown people
quote them every day.
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W have arranged with the publishers of
these books to furnish the whole fortv !IVP
with one year's subscription to our pay
for $3.00$ or we will send an? five for
cts. or the whole forty-five for $1.5U
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Patents obtained through Munn&Oo.arenoticed
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The advantages of anoh a notioe every patentee
This large and splendidly illustrated newspaper
Is published WEUrSKItTr at $3.00 a year, and is
admitted to be the best paper devoted to science,
mechanics, inventions, engineering works, and
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lished in any country. It contains the names of
all patentees and title of every invention patented
each week. Try it four months for one dollar.
Sold by all newsdealers.
If yon have an invention to patent write to
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Handbook about patents mailed free.
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NOS. CUBES. HRICE.
verB Congestion, Inflammations.. .5
glWorms. Worm Fever, Worm Colic... .5
31 Crying Colic, or Teething of Infants .25
4 ilinrrhea of Children or Adults 2 5
msentv. Griping, Bilious Colio 2 5
Morbus Vomiting 2 5
Coughs, Cold, Bronchitis 2 5
Neuralgia, Toothache, Kaceache 2 5
Headaches Sick Headache, Vertigo.. .25
Dyspepsia, Bilious StomacPeriods ^25.
16 17 18
Patafh 2 5
Whitis-too Profuse Periods .25
Croup, Cough, Difficult Breathing.... .25
gait Rheum, Erysipelas, Eruptions.. .25
Rheumatism Rheumatic Pains 2 5
Feve and Ague Chills, Malaria 5 0
Plies,' Blind or Bleeding.... 5 0
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4 9 Catarrh, acute or chronicT^nfluenzaT
Whoopin Cough, Violent Coughs..
Asthma Oppressed Breathing.
Ea Discharges, Impaired Hearing
Scrofula, Enlarged Glands, Swelling
Genera Debility, PhyrlralWeakness
Dropsy, and Scanty Secretoins
Sea Sickness Sickness from Biding
Nervous Debility, Seminal Weak
ness, or Involuntary Discharges-...1.
Sor Month Canker
Urinary Weakness, Wetting Bed...
Painful Periods with Spasm
Diseases of the Heart Palpitation 1
Epilepsy, Spasm, St. Vitu' Dance... 1
Diphtheria, -Ulcerated Sore Throat
Chronic Congestions. & Eruptions
Sold by Druggists or sent post paid on receipt of
PriOCHUMPHREYS' BBDICniK CO. 108 Fulton St. H.Y.
J]^f Soft and stiff HATS.
NEWEST DESIGNS I N NECKWEAR.
WHITE and UOLORED^C^iV
l&'ffsi SHIRTS and FINE
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412, JACKSON STREET? -ST. PAUL
Real Estate and Lean Agency,
147, EAST SIXTH STREET,
Next to Ryan Hotel. St. Paul, Minn.
Now is your time to invest your money
on Dayton Bluff, the new bridge soon
will be finished, and property in said
locality will bring you at least 50 per
cent in a very short time by'buying
now, therefore be quick about making
vonr investments before property has
taken his boom. You will find bv giv
ing me a call that I have the largest list
of Day tons Bluff property in the city,
and have some very good bargains on
my list now., I also have property for
sale in all parts of the city. Give me a
Remember the Place.
ALBERT S, LOEB,
Real Estate and Loan Agency,
147, East Sixth Street,
St. Paul, Minn.
H. H. KENT,
PROPRIETOR OF KENT'S PACKAGE DE-
LIVERY STORAGE AND FORWARDING
COMPANY OFFICE, 209, WEST SEVENTH
STREET. HELLO, 46-2.
Furniture vans, package and baggage
wagonB 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 removetl 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 FIGURES.
N o. 239, First Avenue South,
Pioneer Lodge,No. 12, A.\F.\A.\M.\
meets the first and third Mondays in
each month. Lodge room on Jackson
below Seventh. All Master Masons in
good standing are invited to attend.
R. MANNING, W. M.
W. A. HTJYAKD, SEC.
Stevens Lodge, No. 113, A.\F.\A."M.
meets first and third Tuesdays in
each month at No 198, W. rd street.
All brother Masons in good standing
are always welcome.
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Books Sent for notice.
'CAEPENTEY made easy.
COQUIEE, W. M-
M. N. Moore, Sec.
Bethel Chapter,No. 28.R. A.M.Meets
first and third Thursdays in each month
at No. 198 West Third Street. All
Royal Arch Masons in good standing
are always welcome.
S W McKlNLAY, SrC.
0 of O. Marl Lodge, No.
2202, -ets every 2nd and 4th Wednes
days, corner^ Jackson and Seventh
streets. ,C $"
^&w% W PARKER, N G.
24 East Third street.
Largest and most thoroughly equipped
dental establishment west of New York.
We extract from 1 to 30 teeth in three
minutes without pain or danger.
We do the best dental work at lowest
prices, and extract and make more
teeth than all of the dentists in the city
combined. "OP EN EVBNINGS." Dr. Hurd
24 E Third st.,uear Wabasha.
Atf E I. & HfSHE*
Largest and Fineat Stock.::]
253, NICOLLET AVENUE,
"T HE CRYSTAL,"
Sole Agent for Miller's Fine Silk and
LAKESIDE AND COUNTRY.
SUITS to order from $25.00
21. East Third'Street." St Paul.
DR. S. WOOSTER,
PHYSICIAN i 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 in Illinois,
Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota
I IS THE BEST DIRECT ROUTE BETWEEN
ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS IN* THE NORTAWTBST,
SOUTHWEST AND FA 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
Agent any where in the World.
R. MILLER, General Manager. A.
V. H. CARPENTER, Gen'l Pass, and
Ticket Agent. TUCKKR, Ass't
Gen'l Manager. GEO. H. HEAFFORD
Ass't Gen'l Pass, and Ticket agent,
JKUfFor information reference to
Lands and Towns owned by the Chicago
Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company,
write to H. G. Haugan, Land Commis
sioner, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
JAS. c. cox. BILLY WILSON.
BOARD of TRADE
CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND AT No. 385,
MINNESOT STREET, WHERE THEY
KEEP A FULL STOCK OF THE FINEST
AND ALSO, ELEGANT BTLLIASD AND POOL
St. Paul, Minn.
WILLIAM WARREN. JOHN HURST.
Business Lunch Room.
Warren*&. Hurst, Proprietors.
3?2 No. 385 Minnesota street.
FIRST CLASS LUNCHES AND MEAXS* i"-r-i
'fn AT ALL HOURS.
^Give us a call.
MRS. T- H. LYLES,
ALL KINDS OF HAIR GOODS,
For Sale and Made to Order.
LADIES* BATHS, SHAMPOOING AMD HAIR
CUTTING A SPECIALTY. ,_^
Calls made to Residences when desired.
8 Full line of Masquerade, Mourning,
Wedding and Fancy Costumes for re
47, EAST THIRD STREET.,,,
Opens Wednesday, August 31, 1887.
Closes Saturday, October 15, 1887
Admission to Building, 25 Cents.
Special Rates Over all Railroads.
The Art Attractions Com
The Scandinavian Department!
The Italian Department!
The American Department!
The Antique Department!
THE MUSICAL ATTRACTIONS E BE:
America's Cadet Band, of Milwaukee.
The 71st Regiment Band, of New York.
Danz Orchestra and Band, of Minneapolis.
The Minnesota State Sangerfest.
The Government of the United States displays
Fac Similes of all Medals.
Specimens from Bureau of Engraving
Silk Worms and their Work.
Unique Display from Navy Department.
Display from Smithsonian Institute.
Butterworth's Diagrams Irom Patent Office.
Ordnance Bureau, Navy Department.
Mechanical and Machinery Display
Most Complete ever Shown in the West.
Mercantile Display Surpassing Everything!
THERE WILL BE A
T. PAUL DAY!
A Minneapolis Day, an Irishman's
Day, a Newspaper Day, a Ger
man's Day, a Bohemian Day,
and a Scandinavian Day.
Everybody will have a day, but the
day of all days will 'be
TEUESDAY. S^PT. 22d.
On this day, which is the 25th anniversary of the Emancipation
Proclamation of the martyred president, Abraham Lincoln, the pro-
gram for the day will be made up from colored talent, under the con-
trol of a local committee from St. Paul and Minneapolis. Go every
day if you wish, but if you do not attend the.Exposition on any other
iy, do not fail to be there on this Ly to meet your 'friends from all
parts of the country who will be there.
Readers of the APPEAL should not fail to vis-
it the Exposition of 1887, which in all its varied
departments will far surpass any public or pri-
vate exhibition ever attempted in the West.
GEO. HUHN, TBEASUREBi^K CM.
W. D. WASHBURN,