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i i SATURDAY.'OCTOBER 15, 1887.
All persons wishing to transact
business with the WESTERN
APPEAIi 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.
Wednesday, November 2,1887.
THE exposition winds up with a blow
out to.night. n*V
DR. HURD & Co.', the painless "dentists,
No. 24 E I bird street.
THE new theatre project seems to be
assuming defiuite shape.
THERB 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 WESTRRN APPEAL a call this week?.
Go to Warren & Hurst's Lunch Room
No. 385 Minnesota street, when you are
MANAGER BARNES of the St. Paul club
says that the profits on the season have
been about $11,000.
THE second prize at the International
drill at Chicago was won by the Second
..Minnesota regiment, $l,500,^lf||||||p
FOR good, square, home-made meals,
call at Mrs. Mary McLain's boarding
house, No. 380 Minnesota Street.
ARTIFICIAL teeth inserted Bolidly in
the mouth without a plate by Doctors
Ellis and Stanley, No. 450 Wabasha
MRS. HATTIE ROY returned Wednes
day from an extended trip to Indian
apolisand other cities where she has
been visiting friends.
THE Proper Caper Club gave a grand
ball at Turder Hall, Monday night,
which was well attended and was a
pleasant affair for all.
WE learn from the Florida Baptist
that Mrs. Annie Floyd and children
rnd Miss Hermie Alston have arrived
safely in Jacksonville, Fla.
R. RICHARD TURNER, one of our most
exemplary young men, left the city
Wednesday for Memphis, Tenn., where
he may, perhaps, spend the winter. V,"
MISS JENNIE WILLIS, a charming young
lady from Mankato, Minn, is a guest of
Mrs. Mary Williams, No. 380 Minnesota
street. She will spend the winter in
Mr. WHITFIELD MCKINLEY, a brother
of Capt. S. W. McKinley, of our city,
was united in marriage to Miss Kate
Wheeler, of Charleston, S. last
WAIT for the grand concert to be given
by Adam' Garman class. I will posi
tively be the most recherche affair ever
given in this city at Turner's Hal],
Wednesday evening, November 2.
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
eheaper than any place in the city. tf.
PROF. ADAMS' GERMAN CLASS is now
practicing tor a grand entertainment
which will be the grandest and most
novel exhibition ever given in St. Paul.
Turner Hall, Wednesday evening, No
ALL the friends who have promised to
donale articles to the Big Baptist Ba
zaar are requested to have them in
readiness by next Tuesday at which
time the members of the commitlee will
call for them.
RBV. BIRD WILKINS formerlv of this
city but now residing in Chicago, has es
tablished a non creed liberal church in
that city to be known as the "Peoples
Temple." The inaugural service was
held last Sunday.
MONEY TO LOAN-on horses, car
riages, wagons, furniture, house-hold
goods, diamonds, watches, or any per
sonal property. CalUon Jefferson, Cun
ningham and Williams, Ral Estate and
Loan Agents, No. 105 East Fifth Street.
PROF. J. P. BALL the photographer at
221 Nicolett avenue, Minneapolis, has a
lot of the groups taken on Emancipation
Day which he will furnish to as many as
wish them at twenty-five cents each.
He takes fine cabinets for $2 per dozen.
Give him a call.
MRS. GEO. W. ALEXANDER and child
ren, of Washington, D. stopped over
on Wednesday to gee her friends Mr.
F. D. Parker and family. Mrs. Alex
ander is on her way to Helena, Mon., to
meet her husband, who is employed in
the First National bank of that city.
R. CHARLES W. ScRUTCHiNsJliwho
spent the summer in our city very
pleasantly as the guest of Mr. James
Wood fork, returned to his home in
Spokane Falls, W. T., Tuesday. He
took three rides on the "goat" in one
night a lew days before his departure.
INVITATIONS are out for the marriage
of Miss Alice Moxley, of DuJuth, the
young lady who visited our city last
summer and captivated so many of our
young men's Hearts. Mr. Harry E.
Johnson, of Duluth is the lucky man.
The ceremony will be performed
Wednesday, October 26th.
THE names of Mrs. Ruth Hall, of
Nimrod's Band, who collected $13.70
and Mr. W. N. Lewis, of Moses' Band,
who collected $3, have been added to
the list of those who assisted in making
the grand rally at the St. James A. M.
I E. church a success, an account of
'which was published last week.
I will be remembered, that several
egin was having
referred to some trouble
^^-.-^with the city concerning a road running
WM^K-l through his property. Mr. Scroggins
informs us that the case has been settled
and he will receive $80. per year for al
lowing the road to go through his lot.
TriE most novel entertainment that
has ever occurred in our city will be the
musical and literary entertainment
which will be given by Prof.C.F.Adams'
Gfrmap class at Turner,, Hall. .Wednes-
day evening, November 2nd. The per
sons who will perform have all learned
the German language in six weeks.
Don't miss it. nf%
THERE are fifteen different railroad
lines entering the twin cities without
counting branches that strike the main
lines at seme distance outside. Two
hundred and eight passenger trains ar
rive and depart from the union depot
at St. Paul every day, and about forty
more a day arrive and depart from the
depot of the Minneapolis & St. Louis
Northern Pacific roads^l*
MANAGER L.. N. SCOTT of the Grand
Opera, House has in store a grand treat
for theatre goers next week. Margaret
Mather the world's greatest Juliet makes
her appearance after an abscence of four
years, Monday, Wednesday and Friday
evenings and Saturday matinee, there
will be a grand revival of Shakspeare's
sublime love tragedy Romeo and Juliet
Tuesday evening, "The Honeymoon,"
Thursday evening, "Leah the Forsaken^!.
Saturday evening, "Macbeth."
W E CALL call the attention of our
readers to the notice of Mr. Frank J.
Roberson's which appears in this issue
Mr. Roberson has recently finished his
education in the art schools of Europe
and he is desirous of giving to such as
desire it, the benefit of his knowledge.
He has a number of the creations of his
pencil and brush that give evidence of
his talent and genius as an artist. We
advise the lovers of art to attend his
exhibition Tuesday afternoon at his
studio, No. 533 West Seventh street, and
they will be fully repaid for their trouble
as the specimens are very fine. No ad
mission fee is charged and all who feel
interest enough to visit his studio will
THE most delightful social affair of the
week was the initial soiree dansante of
the Little Four Club at the residence of
Mr. T. H. Griswold on Sixth street on
Wednesday evening. The young folks
wore superb toilets and served supper a
la buffet and had a grand time. There
were present Misses Rena Bradbury,
Ha Tyler, Melinda Fogg, Lizzie Roach,
Leena Landre, Lulu Griswold, Nellie
Griswold, Cora Jackson of Oberlin,
Ohio, Masters W. Landre, A.
Adams, Milton Fogg, Jr., and the little
Four, W. T. Francis, J. A. Dover, C. H.
Fogg, F.*A. Jones. Among the children
of larger growth were Mr. and Mrs. J.
K. Hilyard,Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hilyard,
Mesdames Milton Fogg, J. H. Jackson,
Lottie .Roach, Misses Maggie Fogg,
Mary Godett, Messrs. George Harrison
and J. Q. Adams.
R. W, A. HAZEL seems to be the
victim of bad luck. Friday he came
down from Minneapolis to attend his
suit against Foley Bros, for refusing him
accommodations at their hotel, and feel
ing hungry he went to McVeigh's bak
ery and lunch room on Third street,and
gave an order for some wheat cakes and
coffee. The order was filled and also
filled with salt. Mr. Hazel complained
to the clerk ox proprietor but he offered
no remedy. It is verv plain why this
outrage was perpetrated. How long
will the Colored citizens of St. Paul sub
mit to these outrages If there is any
place where a Civil Rights League is
needed this seems to be the place.Let us
organize and prosecute these men who
heap insults and injuries upon us. I
union there is strength. A Civil Rights
League has been formed in Cincinnati,
Which has prosecuted several cases and
never lost one. We can do the same.
MRS. J. J. WILEY with some other
lady friends were out Monday evening
in the crowd endeavoring to see the
President. As everyone knows the jam
was terrible and the ladies were crowd
ed against some big burly white men,
who true to their low training began to
make insulting remarks, which Mrs.
Wiley resented when her patience was
worn threadbare. Of course this only
incensed the white brutes and they said
the more. About this time some over
officious, but cowardly policeman ap
peared upon the scene and seeing Mrs.
Wiley was Colored, at once arrested her
but made no attempt to arrest the burly
blackguards who had insulted
her, because they were white
and he was a prejudiced cOward.
The charge of "drunk and disorderly"
was preferred against Mrs. Wiley. Mr.
J. Loomis had been asked by Mrs.
Wiley to look after the case the next
morning and he had it postponed until
Wednesday when Mrs. Wiley was dis
charged, it being clearly proven that the
charges against her were false. Mr.
Loomis is to be congratulated upon win
ning his first case at the Minnesota bar.
It Is worthy of notice that the police
men of this city are very eager to arrest
Colored People, whom they in their in
telligent minds have a shadow of sus
picion of, and often, with no other rea
son than that they are Colored. This
thing must be stopped. We wish all
criminals, black or white, to be punish
ed, but we do not wish to be subjected
to these outrages at the hands of these ig
norant boors, whose prejudices out
weigh all sense of justice and right,
Wednesday, November 2,1887. SH***
"Juliet*' A Home.
Ask a man what play of Shakespeare's
he thinks is best and he will probably
say "Hamlet ask a women, and ten to
one she will say "Romeo and Juliet,"
It is of this play that Schlegel eloquent
ly and elegantly said: "All that is most
intoxicating in the odor of a Southern
spring, all that is love-gushing in the
song of the nightingale or voluptuous in
tbe opening of the roseall alike breath
forth from this poem." The story was
told by an Italian long before Shakes
peare's day. It underwent several
transformations at the hands of several
poets'and play-wrights during time and
since but the tale that has come to us
undimed by ages, as lvstrods and pure
limned as the rare old paintings of the
masters, is this one of the Stratford
bard. All have read it, and nearly ev
ery one has seen it put on the stage.
But if Advance notices are to be believ
ed, and the verdict of the press in this
and neighboring cities is trustworthy,
St. Paul is to see the production of this
delightful, albeit tearful tragedy^ne xt
Monday night, at the Grand Opera
House, which will be unrivaled in "ex-
cellence by previous presentations in
this or any other country, of which the
Detroit Free Press of November 16th,
1886, spoke as follows:
fi"It is an object lesson in history.
Nothing that minute study ot the sub
ject could suggest seems to have been
left undone. The scenes are certainly
the most massive and beautiful that have
been given to anytragedy .on the
Americau stage." f1
All know Miss Mather's merits as an
actress, and recommendation of her
would be superogatory at this time.
The cast has been already given it
will be remembered that Paulding is to
do Romeo, and Levick, Mercuio/
There are 120 people in tne company
and the entire production is on a pro
"Romeo and Juliet" will be given on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday even
ings and Saturday matinee, Tuesday
evening Miss Mather appears as Juliana
in "The Honeymoon," Thursday in
"Leah, the Forsaken" and Saturday in
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
L. N. SCOTT, Manager.,,
ONE WEEK, COMMENCING MONDAY Oct,
7[SATURDAY Matinee Only,
Reappeance (after an abscence of four
years) of the World's Greatest Juliet.
M-ARGARET MATHE R!
In the following varied repertoire:
Monday, Wednesday and Friday even
ings, and Saturday Matinee.
Grand Revival of Shakespeaie's Sub
lime Love Tragedy.
ROMEO and JULI ET
The Original Union Square Theatre
Production, which cost Mr. Hill
10-CALCIUM LIGHTS ARE EMPLOYED-10
The most complete and exepensive re
presentation of a Shakesperian play ev
er given to the World. The same scen
ery, costumes, music and properties
employed in MISS MATHER'S unpre
cedented run of Seventeen consecutive
Weeks at Union Square Theatre, New
York City, will be brought to St. Paul
also Lords and Ladies, making a com
120 pg#f3 PEOPLE 12o
Whose ages range from five (5) to,
seventy (70). The cast includes
such artists as
MRS. SOL. SMITH,
MISS CLARA LOUISE THOMPSON,
And the Entire Union Square Theatre
Company, New York City.
MISS MATHER has appeared in'the
character of Juliet over 800 times, more
consecutive times, and a greater num
ber in the aggregate than any other wo
man, living or dead.
Tuesday Evening The Honeymoon
Thursday Evening, Leah,the Forsaken
Saturday Evening, Farewell Perform
During MISS MATHER'S recent visit
in San Francisco,' the eminent writers
and poets united in presenting to MISS
MATHER an original volume of poems
dedicated to her. A copy of thes
poems, handsomely bound, will be pre
sented to each purchaser of reserved
seats during this engagement.
Under the,management of J. M. HILL.
Sale of Seats Now Open.
MRS. MARY McLAIN'S
Board by the week, $4.00."-
Single meals, 25c.
Meals and service unsurpassed
No. 380 Minnesota street, ST. PAUL.
Choicest Wine, Liquors & Cigars
J. CUNNINGHAM & Co.,
384, MINNESOTA STREET,
T TATTT~ 11/rTvrxT
WILMAM BUTT, Pmi,. E, RUED.
la toe Patent Office
-Jtperience in th
preparation of mar*
i than One Hundred
Thousand applications for patents in
the United States and Foreign conn,
tries, the publishers of the Scientiflo
American continue to act as solicitors
for patents, oaveatSttrade-markft, copr
i rifhts, etc, for the United States, and
wobtain patents in Oanada. England,. France.
Germany, and all other countries. Their experi
noate unequalespecificationsfacilities and their are unsor-
prepared and filed
notice. Terms rer
reasonable. N charg examination of models
the largest circulation and is the most influential
newspaper of its kind published in thpe4 world.
toPublished WpDKirf at $3.00ayear, andia
admitted to be the best paper deroted to science,
mechanics, inventions, engineering works, and
other departments of industrial progress, pub
lished in any country. It contains the names of
all patentees and title of everyinvention patented
M& VMk. Try it four months for on* dollar.
Bold1by all newsdealers.
If you havo an invention to patent write \m
Munn A Co., publishers of SoientiSo America*
v. 4boo about pateatemsJtodfraa,
Soft and stiff HATS.
NEWEST DESIGNS IN NECKWEAR.
WHITE and COLORED
SHIRTS and FINE
S*t*4-c KID GLOVES,
412, JACKSON STREET, ST. PAUL
Real Estate and Lean Agency,
1 &, EAOT SIXTH STREET^f
/'^ALBERT S, LOEB,
Real Estate and Loan Agency,
147, EastJSixth Street,
^ciL St. Paul, Minn.
PROPRIETOR OF KENT'S PACKAGE DE
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 25icents. Trunks
removed for 25 cents. Excursion 'busses
to let. Prompt attention paid to all
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC SUITINGS,
BEST GOODS AT LOWEST FIGURES.
No. 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 ar inviteNdGto attend..
W. A. HH.YAKD, 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
aie always, y? elcome.
M. N. Moore, Sec.
Bethel Chapter,No. 28.B. 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.
J. J.Tiri'^H. T\
S. W. MCKINLAY, Src.
G. V. O. of O. Mars Lodge, No.
2202, u^ets every 2nd and 4th Wednes
days, coiner Jackson and Seventh
24 East Third street.
Largest and most thoroughly equipped
dental establishment west of New York.
We extract from 1 to 80 teeth in three
minutes without/'" pam 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 EVENINGS." Dr. hurd
2 4 Third St., near Wabasha.
HATTER & FURNISH^
The Largest and Finest StocH:.
253/ NICOLLET AVENUE,
Sole Agent for Miller's Fine Silk and
-v .Derb Hats
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
your investments before property has
taken his boom. You will find by giv
ing me a call that I have the largest list
of Daytons 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
call. \l '^V
5*Tf Remember the Place.
The iiridersigned begs to inform the
public that he has opened up the
THE MOST COMPLETE NEW STOCK
Of Foreign and Domestic Woolens for
Fall and Winter Avear ever shown in
SUITS to order from" $25.00
Fall and Winter'Overcoats 25.00
21, East Tiiird Street. St Paul.
T*Z. 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 in Illinois,
Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota
IT IS THE BEST DIRECT ROUTE BETWEEN
ALL PKINCIPAL POINTS 'IN THE NOKTAWEST,
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
Agent anywhere in the World.
R. MILLER, General Manager. A,
V. K. CARPENTER, Gen'l Pass, and
Ticket Agent. J. F. TUCKKR. Ass't
Gen'l Manager. GEO. HEAFFORD
Ass't Gen'l Pass, and Ticket agent,
J^For 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.
JAS. C. cox. BILLY WIL&ON.
BOARD of TRADE
CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND AT No. 385,
MINNESOT STREET, WHERE THEY
KEEP A FULL STOCK OF THE FINEST
AND ALSO, ELEGAI^T BILLIARD AND POOL
w,~* TABLES. *i
St. Paul, Minn.
WILLIAM WARREN. JOHN HURST.
Business Lunch Room.
Warren &. Hurst, Proprietors. ^fs33^1i.*
W. PAEKEB, N. Gm
A. NEWTON, "Sec.
^%-i FIRST CLASS LUNCHES AND MEALS
Give us a call.
MRS. H. LYLES,
ALL KINDS OF HAIR GOODS,
For Sale and Made to Order.
LADIES' BATHS, SHAMPOOING AND HAIR
CUTTING A SPECIALTY.
Calls made to Residences when desired
J8@T" Full line of Masquerade, Mourning,
Wedding and Fancy Costumes for rent.
47, EAST THIRD STREET.
Books Sent for notice.
CARPENTEY made easy.
312, HENNEPIN AVENUEy. MINNEAPOLIS.
Refrigerators, Oil Stoves^ Ranges,
Chicago, St. Louis & Kan
sas City......... |7:30 a.m
Chicago & Dubuque Fast
Express *1:00 p.m.
field, Lyle & Austin f3:30 p.m.
Chicago, St. Louis & Kan
sas City *7:30 p.m.
SUMMER or WINTER,
in either direction between
MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL,
AND THE EAST.
2 Solid Through Trains 2
EACH WAY DAILY,
Eau Claire, 7-
Fond Du Lac,
PALACE DINING CARS
on all through trains in which meals
are served at the uniform price ot
PALACE CHAIR CARS
on all day trains, with polite and atten-
gJ^^^B tive porters.'"",JiAlAv-""
Palace Sleeping Cars
unrivalled by any in the world, oti all
night trains. "V
The **Short Ijine to all points
in Central. Northern and Eastern
Wisconsin, and on the Michigan
jr~"FiNNEY',~ W. S. MELLF.-7
Managing Director.-' Gen'l nager.
A.^ A. ALLEN, JAS. BARKER,
Ass't Gen'l Man. Gen'l Pass.&Tkt Agt
,*blTY TICKET OFFICES,
173 East Third Street, St. Paul, Minn.
19, Nicollet House Block, Minneapolis,
Fine Household Articles, Roofing SpGuting and Metal Work, l?
(MINNESOTA & NORTHWESTERN R. R.)
TWO TRAINS DAILY EACH WAY
4i 1^/^y^J-V^k' BETWEEN vj.v
,STF PAU'L MINNEAPOLIS
Chicago, St)louis and Kansas City
Pullman Buffet Sleepers, elegantthroughdaycoachesona I trains,
TH E BEST AND QUICKEST LINE TO
0ES MOINES, FORT DODGE, PHILADELPHIA,
.LOUISVILLE, PEORIA, NEW ORLEANS,
PITTSBURGH, BALTIMORE. GALVESTON,
COLUMBUS, WASHINGTON, SAN ANTONIA,
INDIANAPOLIS, CINCINNATI, NEW YORK.
BUFFALO, SAN FRANCISCO, BOSTON,
And all Points in Old and New Mexico, Canada and the Provinces.
Lv. Minnpls. Lv. St. Paul. Ar St. Paul. Ar. Minnpl.
:f8:3oa.m. *7:15 a.m.
THE PALACE SLEEPING and PARLOR CAR ROUTE TO CHICAGO.
DEPARTING TRAINS PROM
Chicago day express: Milwaukee, Chicago, Oshkosh
Fond Du Lac, Neenah, WauKesha and Eau Claire.
Chicago night express: Milwa t?ee, Chicago, Oshkosh,
Fond Du Lac, Neenah, Waukesha and Eau Claire.
ARRIVING TRAINS AT
Chicago day express: From Chicago, Milwaukee, Osh
kosh, Fond Du Lac and Neenah.
ALL TRAINS DAILY, (SUNDAY INCLUDED.)
Chicago Day Express, Arrives at Chicago 6:45 a.m.
Chicago Day Express, Arrives at Chicago 12:45 p.m.
THROUGH CAR SERVICE.
All trains carry Elegant Day Coaches, Superb Sleepers and Luxurious Dining:
Cars, without change, between Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago.
For Tickets, Rates, Berths in Sleepers and all Detailed Information apply to
the CITY OFFICES:MINNEAPOLIS NO. 19, Nicollet House Block corner of
Nicoi'^ nd Washington Avenues, F. ANSON, North-Western Passenge-r'
Afpr-K ftp, PAUL: No. 173, East Third Street, Merchant Hotel Block, C. E. ROBB,
City Ticket Agent.
F.N.FINNEY, JAMES BARKER,
General Manager. Gen'l Pass. & Ticket-Ag~
fll:20a.m tll:55 a.m
*6:45 p.m. *8:10 p.m.
Daily. Daily Except Sunday.
Trains arrive and depart and all connections made in Union Depots. Ask for'*
tickets via the Great Dubuque Route, and take no others. Tickets via this popu-/
lar route for sale everywhere. -I
J, A HANLEY, Traffic Manager.
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINE.
MINNEAPOLIS. ST. PAUL. 4
12"05 p.m 12:40 p.m.
8:20 p.m. 9:00 p.m
7:50 a.m. 7:15 a.m
MiHKOUS and St. LCUiS
AND THE FAMOUS
Albert Lea Routef
Two Through Trains Dailj
FROM ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS
"Without change, connecting with the
fast trains of ali lines for the
EAST AND SOUTHEAST
The direct and only line running through
cars between Minneapolis and
DES MOINES, IOWA!
Via Albert Lea and Fort Dodge.
Direct Line Wetertov/n, OaKota
Solid Through Trams, 2
MI1IEAP0LIS AKD ST, LOUIS
and the principa cities of the Mia*
issippA Valle connecting in
Umcn Depot for all points
-outh an 1 outhwest!
Many Hours Saved and the oniyj
Line running Two Trains Daily to Kan-I
SaS City, Leavenworth and Atchison*
making connections with the Union Pa-W
ciflc and Atchison, Topeka and Sante
Close connections madein Union*
Depot with all trains of the St. Paul,
Minneapolis & Manitoba Nothern Paci
tic St. Paul & Duluth Railways, from,
and to all poiuts North and Northwest',*
Remember the Trainsofthe Minne-^
apolis &St. Louis Railway are composed
of Comfortable Day Coaches, Magnifi
cent Pullman Sleeping Cars, Horton Re
clining Chair Cars, and our justly cele
brated Palate Dining Cara!
5 0 lbs. of Baggage'Checked Free.
Fare always as Low as the Lowest! For
Time Tables. Through Tickets, etc.
call upon the'nearest Ticket Agent or
writ* to -8. BOYD,
Gen'l Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Minneapolis