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Z. Tf. MITCHELL, MANAGER.
OFFIO NO. 224 HINNEPIN AVENTTB.
SATURDAY, MARCH 10,1888.
Every thing must go at the Crystal
slaughter, No. 253 Nicollet.
Shirts and drawers 25 ptr cent off, at
the Crystal No. 253 Nicollet.
Gloves and mittens at a large dis
count at the Crystal 253 Nicollet.
Don't forget to notice Waddle & Nor
ris' "ad" in the APPEAL. GO and pat
Don't forget that the ladies fair begins
March 12, at F:eya hall, No. 505J Wash
ington ave South.
For baths, haircuts and shaving, go to
Waddle and Norris. They hare opened
a first class tonsorial palace, for the
benefit of all.
The winter cholera is making so many
extensive calls among our people here
that it is impossible to report all cases,
but there are many.
Mr. M. W. Lewis seen again in Min
neapolis after a severe attack of inflam
matory rheumatismwhich has kept him
away from his friends and business for
Subscribers to the APPEAL who change
their residences should at once notify
the editor at St. Paul by postal card,
giving the old as well as the new ad
dress to insure the prompt delivery of
Mesdames C. L. Britten, W. M. Don
nell, M. Weaver and C. L. Hunt will
give their first annual reception in the
form of a leap year party Tuesday eve,
March 13 at the Northwestern College
hall. Splendid music will be furnished
by Pros. Millard. Invitations are now
The Shorter Lyceum met at their hall
505$ Washington avenue South last
Tuesday evening and rendered to a fine
audience an excellent program in which
Mr. B. W. Roberts delivered an address
on the "Henrv George" theory,"Judge"
Hunt delivered an address to the ladies
on the high standards of morality.
The Banker's Daughter at the Peo
ple's this week is one of the most at
tractive and interesting dramas ever
presented in this city, The cast is
twenty strong and is composed of the
best talent to be obtained. The scenery
is gorgeous. Any one wishing a few
hours retirement from the business
world can find no better rendezvous
than the People's.
Grand FairSt. Peter's African M. E.
church, at Freya Hall, March 12,13,14,
Monday5 p. m. opening, supper,
music, address by one of the leading
clergymen of Minneapolis
TuesdayK. of L. day, Music, ad
dresses by J. P. McGaughey and
WednesdaySt. Paul's day, address
by Rev. J. M. Henderson, music by St.
Paul, A. M. E. choir.
ThursdayOdd Fellow's day, address
by a prominent Odd Fellow.
Refreshments will be served begin
ning at 5 o'clock each day. There will
be a Japanese table, piesided over by
five voung ladies, dressed in Oriental
costumes. Mrs. T. H. Lyles will kindly
furnish the costumes front her rich and
varied stock. All kinds of fancy articles,
as well as others useful, will be for
sale. The ladies are sparing neither
time nor expenses, to make this the
grandest affair ever seen in Minnea
polis. A prospective of the new church
will be on exhibition during the fair.
A suit of clothes is offeied to the
gentleman collecting the most money.
The following gentlemen are the
race: C. Carter. A. G. Plummer,
George W. Turner, E. Mitchell, Wm.
The ladies prize is a china dinner set
Mrs. Russell Wright, Mrs. Monroe, Mrs.
Trent, Mrs. Hamler and Mrs. Norton
are the contestants.
Week, Commencing March 12, will be
presented one of the most intensely
interesting and successful dramas ever
A CELEBRATED CASE,
With Scenic and Mechanical effects un
surpassed. Prices: 10203050 cents.
Matinees: 102030 cents.
THERE are 323 saloons now.
MR. JOHN LUCCA is improving. t*c
Miss JULIA LOVING IS on the sick
MR. CHARLES BROWN, of the fire de
partment, is quite ill.
DR. HURD & Co., the painless dentists
No. 24 East Third Street.
MISS FANNIE ALLEN, of Minneapolis,
was in the city last Sunday.
FOR RENTAn upright piano in
good order at $5 peT month. Apply at
THE new brakes have arrived, and
the passenger cars are running reg
ularly on the cable line.
ARTIFICIAL teeth inserted solidly in
the mouth without a plate by Doctors
Ellis and Stanley, No. 450 Wabasha
HI kick continues on account of
the five cent rate of fare on the street
cars, but those who ride have to pay it
just the same.
DR, TALBOTT JONES, health commis
sioner, tendered his resignation to May
or Smith Tuesday. It
And Dr. Henry F. Hoyt was appointed
THE item in refrence to the party
given at Mrs. Griswold's, last week, wa
a little erronious, from the fact that the
party was not given by the Little Four
1 Club, but by Miss Nellie Griswold.
MB. H. PBICB WILLIAMS has resigned
th presidency of the Crescent Club,
and has accepted the position of private
messenger for vice-president and gen
eral manager Oaks, of the N. P. Ry.
No matter what you wish to buy look
through the colums of the APPEAL and
should vou find a dealers card buy of
such a dealer. He wishes your trade,
and lets you know he does through the.
THE board of managers of the Minne
sota State Agricultural association met
at President Merriam's office in the
Merchants' National bank Tuesday and
elected Mr. H. R, Denny, of Carver
county secretary of the association. F,
J. Wilcox was re-elected treasurer and
W. T. Cross, of Red Wing was elected
general superintendent of the grounds.
NBXT week the most gorgeous spectac
ular burlesque ever produced in the
United States will be produced at the
Grand, "The Arabian Nights\ or, Alad
dans Wonderful Lamp." There great
ballets are introduced and a number of
wonderful mechanical effects. The cos
tumes worn have never been equaled.
Altogether there will be 100 people on
ANNIE MORGAN, who slashed her hus
band in the back a few nights ago, had
her trial in the police court last Satur
day. The case of assault with intent to
kill was dismissed, and she was given
thirty days in the workhouse on a
charge of disorderly. Annie wanted to
leave town, and an officer was ordered
to escort her to the train and see that
she got away.
COLLARS AND CUFFS, 2 cents each
handkerchiefs, 3 cents socks, 3 cents
undershirts, 7 cents drawers, 7 cents.
We use the latest improved machinery
and guarantee strictly first class work.
We make our own soaps and dispense
with the injurious chemicals used in
inoBt laundries. Goods called for and
delivered free. State Steam Laundry,
228 West Seventh St., Spicer Bros.
ONE year ago, Tuesday, a son was
born unto Mr James Thomas, his first
one, and, of course, theie never was
another such boy on earthat least he
thinks so, all fathers do. .And his
mother well, everybedy knows how it
is with a mother, and her first-born,
she dotes on him. In this case it hap
pens that both father and mother have
good reason to be proud ef their son
Clifford, for he is as healthy, hearty,
handsome and smart as children get to
be so early in life. To mark the first
mile in the life journey of their young
hopeful, the doting parents gave a birth
day dinner. Master Clifford was the
center of attraction and was put through
all his paces and acquitted himself to
the satisfaction of papa and mamma and
the guests who were present. The din
ner was fit to set before a king and was
enjoyed by: Mr. and Mrs. John C.
Berry, Mr. and Mrs. James Banister,
Mr and Mrs. F. Parker, Mrs. M. E.
Parker, Misses Ella B. Smith, Bertha
Heathcock, Alice and Mabel Berry, Mr.
Mr. Louis Wilson J, Q. Adams and
the members of the household.
The occasion was a pleasant one
to all. Master Clifford had seveial use
ful presents given to him, by his admir
ing friends, and enjoyed the occasion as
much as anybody.
As a rule, what are termed, "sitting
parties," are rather tame affairs. A
most enjoyable exception to the rule
occured last Thursday evening, the oc
casion being a surprise to Miss Florence
French, one of our most estimable
young ladies, in honor of the 18th anni
versary of her birthday. By some
means the lady was kept at a neighbor's
house until about nine o'clock, and
when she returned and found her home
in possession of ner friends her surprise
knew no bounds. As the surpuse was
a pleasant one she at once adapted her
self to the circumstances and entered
into the spirit of the entertainment,
with the hearty goodwill and merri
ment which is characteristic of her.
Mr. .H. Lyles acting as master of cere
monies, called on Rev. J. M. Hender
son to make a few remarks, which he
did in his usual happy manner closing
by reciting "The Psalm of Life." He
was followed by Mr. J. Q. Adams, and
Mr. Richmond Taylor. Miss Bertha
Heathcock then sang "The Bridge" in
her incomparable style. Mrs. A. G.
Russell and Mr. Chas. James made
short speeches. Mr. Nelson Russell
recited "Life's Journey." Miss Ella B.
Smith sang a solo, Mr. J. K. ^Hilyard,
Mr. F. J. Roberson, Mr. Will Brown,
Mr. Jos. Neal, Mrs. T. H. Lyles, Mr.
Will Bloom all made short compli
mentary speeches. Miss Cora French
read "The Bottomless Jug," Mr. C. A,
Mason sang, "A Mothers Watch by the
Sea," Miss Hattie Johnson, recited
Whistling in Heaven," Miss Alice
Lawrence, sang "If you were only
here," Mrs. R. C. Howard recited "The
Pied Piper of Hamlin," Mr. Chas. H.
Bush sang, "Mother thou art the dear
est one,"Mr. Richard Farr read, Some
aueer things he can't make out" a la
"Carl Dunder," Miss Celia and Mr.
Frank J. Roberson rendered an instru
mental duet on the piano and flute,
Florence French made a little speech of
thanks to her friends present, and Mr.
T. H. Lyles made a speech in reply.
Refreshments were then served, and
one of the most pleasant parties our
city has ever known, came to a close by
all retireing to their homes. Among
tkose whose names are not mentioned
above were: Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Pettis,
Mesdames J. M. Henderson, J. K.
Hilyard, Cora Henderson, Jas. Smith,
A. Taylor, Misses Minnie and Bessie
Farr, Ella Underwood, of Minneapolis,
Lillie Richie, of Duluth, and Mr. R. C.
Miss French was the recipient of the
following presents: Box of writing
paper, J. M. Neal cuffs and collars-,
Miss Ella B. Smith silk handkerchief
Miss Bertha Heathcock pair of vases,
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hilyard box of
.candy, Mr. Geo. Harrison Japanese
Solid 22 k. gold Crowns
Fine gold Fillings, that will beautify your teeth v*"
and preserve them for years iJ
paper knife, Mr. Will Bloom birthday
card, Miss Celia Roberson bottle of
perfume, Miss Cora Herderson lava
jug, Mrs. W. Liggins birthday card,
Mrs. R. Howard bracelet, Mr. Will
Brown birthday cake, Mrs. A. G. Rus
sell, rhine stone pin, Mr. R. Taylor
birthday card, Rev. and Mrs. J. M.
Henderson natural flowers, Mrs. T. H.
Lyles her father, "Domestic" sewing
machine her mother, $5.00. Miss
French joins with her parents in ten
dering thanks to all her friends who
contributed toward making the occa
sion so memorable.
man watched the happy company, bis
mind reverted to childhoods days, long
before the war, when he too had played
the self same games. The fact that the
Eureka social organization has re-intro
duce the kissing games, it is quite prob
able it will be the rage during the rest
of the season.
Those present were:
Miss Jettie Brooks
Miss Laura Louis
Mies R. Cornelia Scott
Miss Frankie Woodward
Miss Minnie Barcay
Miss Hattie Smith
Miss Mamie Maxwell
Miss Ida Gainor
Miss Bessie Rodman
Miss Daisy Watkins
Mr. Willis Huff, president
Mr. J. N. Coleman, vice-president
Mr. J. A. Harris, secretary
Mr. L. P. Spencer, treasurer
Mr. A. G. Porter
Mr. Jno. Wright
Mr. Will Ramsey
Mr. S. B. Jones
Mr. Wm. M. Patterson
Mr. J. A. Smith
Mr. J. N. Croaker
Mr. T. M, Manlev
Mr. J. T. Dudley*
J. W. Eubanks.
The Colored Ministers Association
met Monday at Bethel church, Rev.
Henderson in the chair. Rev. Knight
read a paper on, "The State of the
Righteous Dead." Reports of church
collections were as follows:
Bethel $ 31.89
Olivet (2 weeks) 131.83
Quinn Chapel 60.73
St. Paul's 63.87
Allen Chapel 1.25
ship were reported.
Tne following officers were elected:
Rev. R. Knight, president Rev. Wm.
Harrison, vice-president Rey. W. G. F.
Reed, secretary Rev. G. W. Williams,
Ass't secretary Rev. J. F. Thomas,
treasurer. Board ef DirectorsRevs,
Henderson, Jacobs and Reeds. They
will meet next Monday, at St. Paul's
church at which time Rer. Jordan
Chavis will read a paper on "The Final
DR. F. F. ELLIS,
PARLORS: 450 WAPASHA STREET, CORNER OF EIGHTH.goods,
ARTIFICIAL. TEETH from one Tooth to an entire Set on a ny Base
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Strictly First Class, And To Stand The Test Of Time.
Parlors, 450 Wabasha St. Cor. 8th., St. Paul, Minn.
SWADDLE & NORRIS.**
SHAVING PARLOR AND BATH ROOMS.
No. 401 Washington A.venue South, Minneapolis.
First Glass Workmen And Everything Strictly First Class In Every Respect.
Dont Forget The Numb r. Please Give Us A Call.
WflddlE 5 Nnrris.
207, NICOLLET AVENUE, and 323, WASHINGTON AVJ&NTJB, SOUTH.
The Largest Homseheld Goods Establishment West of Chicago. We can it
/oar house up frem cellar to garret. We make a speciality of medium and Lew
Priced Geeds. People going te house-keeping will do well to give us a call. W
carry a full line ef Second-hand Household Ofeods, at irellasnew, and we will
give you Prices that no other house can compete with. Give as a call, as it is n*
trouble te skew goedi.
$10. per Crown.
$1.50 per Filling and up.
GRAM) OPERA HOUSE.
One week, commencing Monday, March
12th, Wednesday and Saturday
The Most Gorgeous Spectacular Bur
lesque Ever Produced In The United
States. Having Enjoyed A Run Of 180
Nights In Chicago,And 150 In New York.
Sale of seats now open.
Wine9 Liquors & Cigars
J. H. CUNNINGHAM A Co.,
38 4, MINNESOTA STREET,
ST. PAUL, MINN.
WILLIAM BUTT. Pm. E, Rnm.
State of the Righteous Dead."
Household of Ruth, No. 44 celebrat ed
its 13th anniversary at Lincoln Hall,
Monday night. The ladies were out in
full regalia. The following program me
Opening OdeCherous of the G. U.
O. of O. F. Led by Miss Etta
Introductory RemarksP. M. N. G.
Mrs. Ella Johnson.
Reading of DispensationP. M. N. G.
Miss Anna Nelson.
Instrumental DuetProf. Smith
Sec'y Annual ReportW. R. Mrs. R.
Overture of Welcome by Orchestra.
Bass SoloMr. T. Manley.
OrationRev. Jordan Chavis.
SoloMiss Etta Cooper.
Mandolin, SeclectionBessie Hodges.
Instrumental Duet, PianoMisses
Gertie Washington, and Maud
Solo, SelectedMiss E. Morgan.
Cornet SoloR. E. Wilcox.
PianistMiss Alice Moore.
Then came a Zeuave Drill by Messrs
Theo. Schladwiler and Ben Case.
The drill by the Dixon Cadets was
very good considering the fact that
that the boys had drilled only 6 or
7 times and it was their first appear
ance in public. At 11 o'oclock there
was a fancy drill by the ladies led by
C. R. Johnson and Mrs. J. C. Bell.
The affair^wound up with a prom
You Know Him?
Murdock, of Frederick, Md.
Any ene that knows him will do a great
favor by sending his addiess to 3^
Bwf A. MUKDOCK. *k_ i
$sH Reed House, ImM
Spring styles furnishing goods just
received. Latest New York specialties.
All at lowest prices :fipr first class
Call and see for yorself.
Sole Agents For The Celebrated
253, NICOLLET AVENUE,
alTnjlinJTflWwh nlVnlXS I IIIlM
aunng the last half
I Ui Hull century Not least among
the wonders ot iu\entive progress is a meth
od and system of work that can be performed
all over the country without separating the
woikers from their homes Pay liberal any
one can do the work either sex, young or old,
no special ability required. Capital not need
ed you are started free Cut this out and
return to us and we will send you free, some
thing of great value and importance to you,
that will start you in business, whieh will
bung yoummoie money right away, than
anything else in the world. Grand outfit free
Address TKUE & Co., Augusta, Maine.
Book of all Diseases,
Cloth & Cold Binding
144 Pages, -with Steel Engraving,
In use 30 years Special Prescriptions of
an eminent Physician. Simple, Safe and Sure.
NOS. CUBES. PIUCE.
Fevers, Congestion, Inflammations .25
Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Oohc .25
Crying Colic, or Teething of Infants .25
Diarrhea of Children or Adults .25
Dysentery, Griping, Bilious Colic 2 5
Cholera Morbus, Vomiting 2 5
Coughs, Cold, Bronchitis .25
Neuralgia, Toothache Vaceache .25
Headaches, Sick Headache Vertigo ,25
Dyspepsia. Bilious Stomach .25
Suppressed or Painful Periods. .25
Whites, too Profuse Periods .25
Croup, Cough, Difficult Breathing .25
gait Rheum, Erysipelas, Eruptions .25
Rheumatism, Rheumatic Pains .25
Fever and Ague. Chills, Malaria .50
Piles, Blind or Bleeding .50
Ophthalmy. or sore, or weak Eyes .50
lU Catarrh, acute or chrome, Influenza, .50
20 Whooping Cough, Violent Coughs .50
21 Asthma, Oppressed Breathing -50
22 Ea Discharges, Impaired Hearing .50
23 Scrofula, Enlarged Glands, Swelling .50
24 General Debility, Phy- calWeakness .SO
25 Dropsy, and Scanty Secretoms .SO
26 Se a SicKness, Sickness from Riding .50
27 Kidney Disease .50
Nervous Debility, Seminal Weak
ness or Involuntary Discharges l.OO
Sore Mouth. Canker .50
Urinary Weakness, Wetting Bed .50
Painful Periods, with Spasm .50
Diseases of the Heart, Palpitation 1 OO
Epilepsy, Spasm, St Vitus' Dance 1.00
Diphtheria, Ulcerated Sore Throat .50
ChroiUcCoiigeBtioris & Eruptions .50
Sold by Druggists, or sent post paid on receipt of
priceHUJll'HREYS'MEDICINE CO. 109 Fnlton St N Y.
MRS. T. 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
B6T" Full line of Masquerade, Mourning,
Wedding and Fancy Costumes for rent.
47, EAST THIRD STREET.
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. "OPEN EVKNINGS." Dr. Hurd
2 4 E Third st., near Wabasha.
N. F. BUTT. W. H. BUTT
Enal 5 WnnD
By the" load or cord or
In large or small quantities
to suit purchasers, delivered
free of charge.
Hard Goal 50 Cents Pr. Bushel,
Soft Goal 40 Gents Pr. Bushel.
Leave Orders At
No. 56 East Sixth street. ST. PAUL.
For 1888 is bettor than evsr, and should be in tbe'nands
of every jperson contemplating baying tt II fi
5 Colored plate',
thousands of IUnetraUoni, and nearly 180 pages, telling
ybat to buy, and where to get it, and naming lowest prices
ftr honest goods. Price of GUIDE only 10 cents, inclnd.
Mg ft Certificate good for 10 cents worth of Seeds
JAMES VICK, SEEDSMAN,
Rochester, N. Y,
Rewarded are those who read
this and then act they will find
honorable employment that vrilj
not take them from their homesand families.
The profits are large and sure for every indus
trious person, many have made and are now
making several hundred dollars a month. It
is easy for anv one to make 85 and upwards
per day, who is willing towo/k. Either sex,
young or-old capital not needed: we start
you. Everything new. No special ability re
quired you leader, can do ft as well as any
one. Write to us at once for full particulars,
which we mail free. Address Stlnson & Co.,
2 8 Washingt on Avenue S., and
No. 239, Fir st Avenue South,
THE SAVINGS BANK OF ST. PAUL.
Eice Block, S. W. Corner of Fifth
and Jackson Streets.
Five pei cent, interest paid on time
deposits. Money loaned on unproved
city property. Transacts a general
banking business. Capital, $50,000.
Surplus and undivided profits, $20,409.-
38. Open Saturdays from 6 to 7 p. m.
John S. Piince, President. Edward
Brotherhood of Railway Porters
meets 1st and 4th Thursday evening at
No. 123 Fourteenth street.
A. W. BRAGG, Master Porter.
D, E. BEASLEY, Secretary. $
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.
E. MANNING, W. M.
W. A. HTI.YAED, SEC.
Stevens Lodge, No. 113, A/.F.-.A/.M.
meets first and third Tuesdays in
each month at No 198, W.T rd street.
All brother Masons in good standing
are always welcome.
J. F. 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
Eoyal Arch Masons in good standing
are always welcome.
J. J. TYT^B, H. P.
S. W.McKlNLAY, Sec.
G. TJ. O. of O. F. Mars Lodge, No.
2202, ji?ets every 2nd and 4th Wednes
days, coiner Jackson and Seventh
A. A. COTTON, N. G.
F. D. PARKET, Sec.
St. James A. M. E. church, corner
Fuller and Jay streets. Sabbath ser
vices, 11:00a. m. Wednesday evening
prayer meeting, 8 p. m. Friday even
ing ass, 8:jjp p. Rev. John M.
Henderson, Pastor, residence, 173
Char.e8 street. Days for pastorial visits
Monday and Tuesday. Days at home
Wednesday and Thursday. Weddings,
funerals and the sick? promptly attend
ed to upon notice-I^Si^^Yt^
Immense Slaughter of the Finest Clothing, Hats
and furnishings, all our entire winter stock being closed
out at way below cost. Making the most wonderful mark
down sale ever known in the West. A chance in a life
time for you to buv reliable clothing at less than it cost to
make. We actually lose Thousands of Dollars by this
sacrifice Sale. But our Stock must be closed out no mat
ter how great our loss.
Men's, Boys and Children's Winter Clothing all Ter
B^'OTJT OF TOWN trade solicited, and given prompt
and careful attention.
RED FIGURE SALE!
Boston One Price Glothing-House,
Cor. Third and Robert Streets, ST. PAUL.
JOS. McKEY, & Co.
The Finest Clothing House in the West.
We have FINE NEW LINES of Goods throughout, having cleaned out all
OLD STOCK in our Fire sale. Our fine, warm Felt Goods are woithy of examin-
ation. Our prices are as low as First Quality Goods can be sold for. We are
Strictly One Priced.
NEXSEN & WILLIAMS.
327, Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis-
312, HENNEPIN AVENUE, MINNEAPOLIS.
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC SUITINGS,
BEST 600D S AT LOWBST FIGURES.
[efriprafors, Oil Stoves, Ranges, Tinware, furnaces
Fine Household Articles, Roofing Spouting and Metal Work.
MINNEAPOLIS and St, LOUIS
&ND THE FAMOUS
Two Through Trains Daily
FROM ST. PATJL and MINNEAPOLIS
Without change, connecting with thi
fast trains of ah 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 Watertown, Dakota
Solid Through Trains, 8
MINNEAPOLIS AND ST. LOUIS,
and the principa cities of the Miss
issippi Valle connecting in
Union Depot for all points
South an i outhwest!
Many Hours Saved and the only
Line running Two TrainsDaily to Kan*
Sas City, Leavenworth and Atchison_
making connections with the Union Pa
cific and Atchison, Topeka and Santo
Close connections madcin Union
Depot with all trains of the St. Paul,
Minneapolis & Manitoba Nothem Paci
fic St. Paul & Duluth Railways, from
and to all poiuts North and NorthwestI
Remember the Trainsof the 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 Palace Dining Cars!
J6T150 lbs. of Baggage Checked Free.
Fare always as Low as the Lowest! For
Time Tables. Through TicketB, eto.
call upon the nearest Ticket Agent
write to S. F. BOYD,
Gen. Tkt. and Pass. Agt.,Minneapli
Sea Wonders exist in thousands of
forms but are surpassed by the mar
vels of invention. Those who are
need of profitable work that can be done
while living at home should at once send
their address to Hallett 4 Co., Portland
Maiue, and receive free, full information how
eitner sex, of an ages, can earn from SS to |2S
per day and upwards wherever they liv.
You are started free. Capital not rcqmired.
Some have made overgoO in a single darai
this work. All succeed.
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