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The eloquent impassioned Kentucky
orator, Quinine Jim McKinzie, dubbed
Mrs. Cleveland the uncrowned Queen
of America. Straws show the way thenomination.
wind blows. The plain American
people want no queen. The war of the
Revolution was fought to get rid for all
time to come, of both Queens and
Kings. 0 course the Democratic party
is in favor of British ideas. Queen is
British, Free Trade is British, the
whole tendency of the party from
Cleveland down, or from Cleveland up,
just as you please, is to favor British
ideas. British workmen, British goods,
British everything at the expense of
American ideas, and American wage
Our Irish fellow citizens will please
make a note of the unfehcitous remark
of our own "Quinine Jim.
The Democratic platform is fearfully
and wonderfully made. The Tariff
plank being the most wondeiful pro
duction of the day. Watterson, Mills,
Carlisle and Breckinridge, rank and
rabid Free traders, are delighted with
it, whilst Gorman, Randall, Hewitt and
other pronounced Protectionists think
it made of good jund solid timber.
It re-affirms the platform of '84 which
was a meaningless straddle, interpreted
as favoring Protection or Free trade,
just as you please, to suit the views ot
the people you were talking to en
dorses Cleveland's Free trade message
and the Free trade Mills bill.
The British press commend both the
platform and the nominations as beiDg
in favor of Free trade and British
"We're gotng back to lick 'em,
roared fiery Phil. Sheridan, as his foam
ing charger dashed down the road from
Winchester. The world knows that he
did lick 'em, that he did convert a de
feat into a victory, and sent old Early
whirling up the valley. That's what
were going to do to the boys in the
trenchesas Watterson calls the Demo
Robert G. Evans, member of the
Republican national committee for
Minnesota, Frank Davis, chairman
the Minnesota delegation, and George
Thompson, editor of the St. Paul Dis
~+,u v nu- x, i uHowin
president of the United States, Walter
"The Democratic ticket is a clear case
of the tail wagging the dog sure enough.
Bandana Thurman has brains, and a
record as a consistant Democrat, he
was a rebel sympathiser during the war.
Cleveland has neither brains nor a
record though his sympathies ran the
When the boys in blue meet in con
^ention,they will make such a comoina
fcion tliat the mounted Brigadiers and
*tfbe boys in the trenches,as the rehabili
tated Southern Democrats are called,
&vill be routed, as signally, as Hood and
5$us Southern Democrats were at Nash
A Union soldier is as much out of
^place in the White House under Cteve
gands administration, as a Methodist
Tninister would be before the red hot
tfthrone of Belzebub. We will have a
^different state of affairs after November.
Lawrence Barrett is
been a waiter in a
number of our toung men with tfaes*
pian proeliviticrir and ambitions "who are
waiters can dra# considerable consola
tion from that fact. $ Wt
No one who1
remembers the days of
war, can forget that Dan Voorheesthe
tall sycamore of the Wabashwas a
copper headed butternut, and deladies
nounced the boys in blue as Lincoln's
If "bottom" is any evidence of great
ness, and a necessary quality in a presi
dential candidate, then certainly Grover
is great, for he has more of it than any
one who has filled the president's chair.
Free Trade and Confederate rights, is
the shibboleth. Protection Democrat
home industries and equal rights
for all, rich or poor, great and small, is
nailed to the Eepublican mast head.
Doc Ames had 6,000 photographs of
himself distributed at the late Demo
cratic circus, but the only one
that your subscription has expired. You will confer gamed anything thereby was the photo- land," continued the Messrs Sells' repre
a favor by renewing the same. J_I...
Communications to receive attention must be
ttowsy, upon Important subjects, plainly wiltten only
upon one side of the paper, must reach us not later
than Wednesdays, and bear the signature of the
author No manuscript returned
8pecial terras to agents who desire to place the
paper on sale.
grapher. Ames i.s a dead duck_
Brigadier unhorsed and madie- bite
The Democrats have reversr-d the
national order of things and put all the
brains in the tail end of their ticket.
After Chicago,then on to Washington,
to clean out the departments and fumi
gate the White House.
We'll take the bloody shirt in our'n
in preference to a nasty, worn out, red
bandana snot rag.
Gutts for the head and brains for the
tail, is about the size of the Democratic
Cleveland is their man, we can beat
them with Gresham, Allison, Harrison
It will be a harder job than the tail
can perform, to pull the heavy headed
The sweet graduate season is upon
A E Church Nosfees.
Soc'al happenings:Thursday eve
ning, June 7th, a large number of Sab
bath school pupils headed by the Super
intendent and teachers, visited the
residence of Mrs. Geo. Duckett to say
farewell to Miss Gracie Johnson. They
went well provided with ice cream and
other delicacies ami spent a very pleas
Friday evening, at the handsomely
furnished residence of Mrs.C Lazen
bery, oyer a score of ladies represent
ing the L. U. L., together with a selec
tion of musical friends, gathered and
devoted a very pleasant evening talk
ing about the good old days. The
Ladies Union League did noble service
in the earlv days of St. James church.
Miss Bertha Heathcock. Messrs Lucca,
Mason, and Bell, rendered excellent
soloes. Miss Lulu Griswold performing
on the piano. Mrs. Addie Henry pre
sided and calling Rev. Henderson for
ward, stated that the L. U. L. had as
sembled in honor of the pastor of St.
James church and would be pleased to
hear a few words from him. Rev. Hen
derson proceeded in a five minutes
speech to congratulate the ladies upon
the frution of their hopes and
achievement of their aims, so nobly con
ceived and so steadfastly pursued in
days of discouragement. AH partook of
an excellent supper and departed full
of jov and viands.
Sabbath morning services were es
pecially interesting. The sermon theme
"The Widows Mite" was listened to
with marked attention. At conclusion
of the sermon the pastor said: "During
this year you have raised over $5,000
besides under God accomplishing a
complete social and spiritual reforma
tion. Over 100 persons have renounced
the world and taken up the cross. The
influence of St. James church is felt and
acknowledged throughout the com
munity. You have made no enemies
of because you hav treated all with fair
ness. I is a great piece of wisdom for
a church to learn how to attend strictly
to its ow business an at the same time
patch, nave been in Chicago for the last .j, xi x.
not meddle with things that do not con
week putting in good work for the next ern it
Some of our best friends and helpers
are persons whom many churches would
have made enemies of, by impudently
undertaking to interfer with Iheir pri
vate affairs. Our hands will always be
full if we do our duty to our members
and we have no time to intrude on the
affairs of others.
actn same tini
We acknowledge ourselves to be
under many obligations to our host of
unconverted friends for their aid and
You have done so well in giving and
soliciting money, the trustees have con
cluded not to ask you to donate or
solicite any more this conference year,
but as need S50O thev have invented
a unique plan to raise it." Over 100
mite boxes were then distributed to be
returned the first Sunday of July, that
the amount will be raised is almost a
certainity, for the members of St.
James church have never started in any
undertaking this year without having
made it a success.
Mrs. T. Lyles and the board of
stewardesses are arranging an entertain
ment for July 2nd, that it will oe a grand
success is assured when we say this is the
same band of ladies who raised $900 at
a fair last winter.
The Sabbath school was well attended
and interesting.- June 24th will be
children's day, and elaborate prepara
iJUliwi liitfrifiliui. i [1 III. .j .j
tions rife being ma'de, TiKftfe who mis
being present dt 3 c^clpck June 24, will
miss the grandest affair of the season.
The programme will appear heist week.
Sabbath evening services were well
attended, the church being comfortably
full. The sermon, "Th Mission of
Womanhood," paid a glowing tribute
to mothers, wives and sisters, and
in general, an pointed out some
special duties devoting upon our ladies.
Tomorrow is dollar money day and
all the members and Mends are re
quested to bring one dollar
& Sells' Canvas City
Will be ye small boys'4?Mecea
Paul next Monday. i jj|
"For the benefit of ye amiable small
boy, and all other sawdust enthusiasts
who contemplate getting up early in the
morning to witness* the arriyal of the
show, I would state that the three trains
conveying the circus property will arrive
at the Northern Pacific R. R,
about 5 o'clock Monday morning," re
marked an agent of Sells Brothers'
Circus, as he stepped into the APPEAL
office this morning. "It's strange what
an interest the arrival and unloading of
trains possesss for the youth SUOw trainposses toth yout
sentative, as he puffed vigorously at a
cigar, "Why, it's not an uncommon thing
Wait until the tilt comes in Novem
ber, if you want to see the Confederate city at the depot on the arrival of our X^s! E TlsoT* Co"
to find the entire juvenile population of a
i A +t i.u trains.. Manv avounsrsfcer in St... Panwil ^..--.-r. trains Many a youngster in St willl
make his toilet at four o'clock Monday
morning who has not seen the sun rise in
a ear Nothing like spangles and redaffair
wagons to arouse the energies of youthful
"Well, the show's catching on every
where. Impossible to accommodate the
people in moat of the towns. Sells' motto
'give the people novelties and they will
patronize you'appears to be a positive
truism. Think we've got the strongest
show that was ever brought to your city.
The entire list of performers is the best
that can be obtained in this country and
Europe. The hippodrome races close the
performance amid ablaze of excitement."
"Don't fail to see the street parade
Monday morning," murmured the circus
emissary, as he turned to go "biggest af
fair of the kind you ever saw.
Excursions at Half-Kates.
"The Burlington" will sell tickets
from Minneapolis and St. Paul, and all
other stations on its line, at the rate of
one fare for the round trip, for the fol
North American SaengerBund Festi
val at St. Louis, June 13 to 16. Tickets
on sale June 11 to 14 inclusive, good for
return passage until June 19.
National Prohibition Convention, at
Indianapolis, Ind., May 30. One fare
for the round trip. Tickets on sale May
26 to 28, good for return passage June 1
Arrangements are now pending for an
extension of time on tickets to the
For tickets, sleeping-car accomoda
tion, apply to any coupon ticket agent,
or to W. J. Kenyon, Gen. Pass. Agt.,
"The Burlington," St. Paul, Minnesota
No portion of the United States today
offers as many opportunities for making
money as can be found at Great Falls,
Mont., and ou the reservation just
opened, in business, mining, stock-rais
ing or farming. Rates, maps and partic
ulars will be furnished by C. War
ren, Gen. Pass. Agent, St. P. M. & M.
Ry., St. Paul, Minn.,
A very complete list of tourist round
trip rates and routes to western points
for 1888, has just been issued for free
distribution by C. Warren, Gen.
Pass. Agent, St. V. M. & M. Ry.,
Messrs J. G. A. Taylor, of (Columbus,
O., J. Jones, of New York, and J. Amos
Weathers of St. Paul, are staying at the
Children's Day at Bethescla.
The public is respecfully invited to
attend the exercises of our Sunday
school the third Sunday in June. There
will be solos, concert recitations and
motion songs by fifty "wee tots," com
prising the infant department of Beth
esda S. S., under the management of
Mrs. H. White. A report of the
school for the first half of the year 1888
will be read by the secretary, and there
will a "march of the flower girls,"
solos, quartettes choruses and other ex
ercises by the school. Great pains are
being taken to make this an interesting
and profitable occasion. Don't forget
the date, June 17, 1888.
We will also have a jug-breaking
social on Tuesday following, June 19th,
at the church, at which time prizes will
be awarded the holders of the jugs con
taining the greatest amount of money.
S. C. WHITE, Supt.
Miss M. HAW-LEY, Sec,
Z. W MITCHELL, MANAGER.
'OFFICE No. 224 HENNEPIN AVENUE.
SATURDAY. JUNE 161888.
The Grand Star Concert.,
The people of Chicago having heard
so much of Mrs.Nellie Brown Mitchell's
vocal ability naturally greated the lady Bear it in mind,
with a large and fashionable audience
at Far well Hall Thursday evening. Mrs.
Mitchell has a voice of unusual flex
ibility and sweetness and acquitted her
self creditably. She Mas recalled
several times. The artists who assisted Person wer united in marriage Thurs-
also deserve praise for the excellent
renditions of difficult musical selections.
Mr. Hill certainly deserves great credit completed their
for his successful management of
grand affair. Olivet church realized
"Where to get the Appeal.
The APPEAL is for sale by Chas. Lan
dre, 111 Harrison street, R. S. Bryan,
446 State street, A Chinn, 338
Thirtieth street, W. Monroe, 370
Dearborn street, George Purcell 2646
State street, and at the office, 180 Clark
iJ iiin *m
Go to Mrs. Geq^ Williams for. your
"JBe sure to visit the Peoples Theatre
Go to Mrs. Williams for your meals,
a 9 3Btreet8.|e4
Mr. William Morgan returned from
Mrs. Moore, of Milwaukee, is
visiting in the city this week.
Messrs. John G. Sterrett and W. R.
Rogers leave Sunday for Chicago.
B. SAM HENRY) of Chicago, enroute
to Minnetonka Beach, was in the city
depot at yesterday. ^J
MissM. Crumb, of Milwaukee, arrived
in our city last Saturday and is visiting
to Altaian & Co. for an elegant
fcpiing suit or anything you want in the
the line of clothing.
Mr. W. II. Parker, of St. Paul has re
signed his position at the "Ardmore"
an will return home"
213& 21 Nicolle.t avenue
THE big time next week will be the
at Odd Fellows, Tuesday
night. Every body will be there.
Remember the strawberry social
given at Plummers Post hall, cor.
Washington and 1st avenue N., next
The festival given last Thursday eve
ning at the residence of Mrs. Geo. Wil
liams, 219 3rd street S., by the ladies
sewing circle of St. Peters A. M. E
church was a grand success.
The East side rink was opened ag*in
last Monday evening and admitted a
large number of people who aprised
themselves of the opprotunity afforded
and had a general good time.
In the prime of success the dramatic
company ot the Peoples Theatre has
been succeeded by the famous
Frank Deshon Star Opera Co., of
Chicago. Go and hear them,
Mr. McWaters, manager for Altman
& Co., the great clothiers of this city, is
desirous of a call from you, go and see
him and he will convince you that they
sell clothing cheaper than any one in
At 254 4th avenue S., are the tonsorial
parlois of Mr. A. Watking, who for
years has catered to the wants and ac
comodations of tn Colored people.
For shaves, haircuts, etc., call on him,
254 4th avenue S.
Be sure and go to the Glvndon House
for your meals, it is kept by a well
known lady here who has made a
record for herself in the business so
that we have no one to compete with
her. Don't forget 219 3rd sfreet S.
Among our advertisers we find a
Cobred lady who keeps a first class
the public, Mrs. William is a lady well
acquainted with the business, and one
who assures satisfaction Call at the
"Glyndon House," 219 3 street S., and
Mr.S. E. Olson & Co. have inserted in
our columns a large "ad" which denotes
he ib desirous of our patronage, let all
of our readers visit them, No. 213 and
215 Nicollet avenue. Messrs Olson &
Co., successor to Ingram, Olson &Co.
leading dry goods merchants ot the
Through a letter from G. D. Malone,
of Co.C,25th Inft'y we find they are well
located at Mt. Shaw. Mont. They are
all comparatively well and are delight
with their new quarters. Thev can
plainly see the white snow on the
Rocky Mountains, which lies there all
the year round. There is fine hunting
and fishing up there. The regards of
the company is, extended to their many
friends in the Northwest.
The first picnic of the season occured
last Tuesday at Lake Harriet, given by
by Messrs Geo. Williams and R. Burke,
owing to the prospects of the weather,
there were not many who weut out,
those who were there amused them
selves fishiug, boat riding, etc., at an
early hour in the evening arrangements
were made for dancing which was
dulged in nntil a fearful storm came up
and drove the merry makers to their
B. J. K. HILYAED Reaves Monday for
THE Odd Fellows will give a grand ex
cursion August 1, to Lake Minnetonka.
PLEASE be prepared to pay your sub
scription should ou" collector call next
Remember the entertainment by the
Ladies Committee at*Odd Fellows Hall,
on June 19th.
STEVENS LODGE A. & A. M. will give
a St. Johns festival on June 28th.
MESSES. F. D.PABKEB.E.P.Wade/Revs
J. M. Henderson and William Gray,
leave tomorrow for Chicago.
MB. J. SHELTON and Mrs. Cora Hen-
eveninge Particulars next week
MABS Lodge, Odd Fellows, have about
arrangements for a
a grand excursion, August 1st, to Lake
MB. CHABLES HOUSE, of St. Louis, Mo.,
is in the city. was employed im
mediatly upon his arrival as carriage
caller at the People's Theater.
FOR SALEOld newspapers.* Any
one wishing old newspapers can getously
the a at this office, put up in nice bund
es for only 25 cents per hundred.
THIS arrangements for the Odd i ellow
excursion, will be in'osfc complete in
every respect, insuring thereby a grand
good time to all who attend, look out
for their advertisement. *_
HE ladies committee of thtr Odd
Fellows, will give a grand musical and
literary entertainment on Tuesday
evening, the 19th, at the Odd Fellows
Hall on Wabasha street.
MB. LOGAN WEBB, of Cihcago, first
porter of Wagnei Palace Car Co., passed
through our city this week, enroute to
Yellowstone Park on a pleasure trip,
he said that Mrs. Webb and the little
babies were all well.
Ma. G. C. ALLEN sold his place on St.
Anthony between, Victoria and Milton,
last Tuesday for $1,300. Less than
three years ago he bought it for $500.
He contemplates going farther west to
grow up with the country.
Mns. M.J. LEAVETT.NO. 448 Mississippi
street, entertained at dinner, Thursday
of last week, Mrs. L. R. Showell, of
Brooklyn, N. Y., Mrb. James Walker,
of Buffalo. N. Y., Mr. Olie Hall, of
Chicago, and Mr. Jas. Neal. Mrs.
Walker returned to Buffalo last Tues
MB. J. Q. ADAMS, of the APPEVL
leaves tomorrow for a trip to Chicago,
thence to Louisville and Cincinnati, to
visit relatives and friends. will be
absent two or three weeks during which
time the APPEAL will be in charge of
Prof. C. Adams, who arrived in the
city to-day from Chicago.
A ROYAL Arch Chapter and a Com
mandary of Knights Templar will be set
up at Pioneer Lodge Hall tomorrow, by
the Grand High Priest of Illinois and
the Right Eminent Grand Commander
A. A. Bland of Iowa. All Royal Arch
Masons and Knights Templar, in good
standing are requested to be present.
THE Excutive Committee of the Min
nesota Protective League met in the
Court House Thursday evening of last
week, and adopted articles of incorpora
tion and also prepared an address to be
presented to the delegates and promi
nent men from the South, at Chicago,by
the members of the League, who will be
in that city next week.
A novel and grand affair will be given
by a committee, of ladies on Tuesday
evening the 19th, at Odd Fellows hall,
for the benefit of the "New Hall Fund"
Mrs. Roy,Mrs.Robt. Morris, Mrs. Wald
ron, Mrs. Kertley, Mrs. D. Parker,
Mrs. Hickman, Miss Roe, Miss Parker,
Mrs. Jefferson, Mrs. Wm. P. Parker, Sr.
Mrs. Cotton are the committee.
THE State Steam Laundry, 220 West
Seventh street, has the lowest price
list of any laundry in the city. W
boarding house for the accomodation of make a specialty of collars and cuffs at
24 cents per dozen. First class work
guarranteed. Goods called for and
delivered to any part of the city free
with privilege of examination. Drop
us a card for a trial order and mention
this paper. Spicer Bros. Props.
THE People's Theater opened last
Monday evening under as favoiable
circumstances as the mamagement
could wish for. The creme de la creme
of society graced the occasion and add
who for years has been known as the ed by its beautiful ladies, with superb
toilets.to the beauty of the new theater.
The play, Forsake Me Not, wab hand
somely mounted and admirablly ren
dered. Next week the attraction will be
the "White Feather."
FFNE TABLE- WARE.
Can Sold A. Dealer Explains Why I
at Low Prices.
Only seven dollars for that dinner
"It must be of some common make,
Ihen," replied the reporter. "Will
the print wear out
"No, sir. That is what we call un
derglaze decoration, and the print will
last on as long as the dish lasts. The
plate is made and baked. Then the
printing is put on and the plate ia
dipped into the glaze and baked again,
so you see the print can not rub off
of the finest China is decorated
in this way, because the rich colors can
not be put on the China over the glaze.
The rich royal blue that decorates the
Crown Derby, Royal Dresden and
other valuable china is put on under
the glaze. Then the glaze is put on
and the other decorations are put on
over the glaze."
Is it fashionable to have dinner
services plain or decorated?"
"Decorated English goods and En
glish patterns are the styles now."
"What is the proper style for glass
"Table-ware is all richly cut and ia
decorated in shades. Some glass-ware
is opalescent and some have ivory
bisque groun Is. Other glasses are
etched and cut some of these are very
beautiful, having all kinds of designs
on them. Customers very often fur
nish their own decorations. A promi
nent yachtsman of this city recently
had his glasses all engraved -with ma
rine scenes. Every piece had a differ
ent scene They look very handsome.
Glass globes, lamp-shades, decanters,
water pitchers and ornaments are all
made of the opalescent glass. The ef
fect of this ware on a table is very
pretty. That is, of course, if a good
quality of goods is procured. The dif
ferent rays of light that are reflected
from it are very pleasing. I is not ex
pensive, but one can spend a large
amount of money in purchasing unique
designs and perfect glasses.N. Y.
Mail and Express.
^Mormons elders are still industri
working in some of the Southern
States to make women converts, not
withstanding the efforts that are made
to exclude them
of Pioneer Led*, K. sT/k^'oVF,? gJo'd" 2ffi5
F. and A. M., last week the follow
ing named officers were elected for the
ensuing year: Nelson Taylor, W M.
W. A. Hilyard, S. W. Sol. Hall, J. W
James Woodfork, Sec Moses Martin,
THINK of it! A new suit of under
wear for 50 cents. A night shirt for
50 cents. Lawn ties 10 cents per dozen
and mens furnishing goods of all kinds,
all first class, at corresponding low
prices, at Pannell & Bailie's, No. 412
1 MASONIC. WZ
orth Star" Lodge No. 1. Regular
communication first and third Fridays
at 328 Clark street.
W. L. DAEBOW, W. M.
R. H. CHATMAN, Sec, 410 State street.
Mt. Hebron Lodge No. 29. Regular
communication, first and third Thurs
days at St. George Commaudery hall,
State and Sixteenth streets.
R. S. BBYAN, W. M.
JOHN B. HABT, Sec 179 3d Ave.
St. Luke's Chapter No. 5, R. A. M,
Meets first and third Wednesdays in
each month at St. George Commandery
Hall, cor. 16th and State streets.
M. A. ABNOLD, H. P.
THOMAS RALLS, Rec. 753 W. Lake.
St. George Commandery No. 4, K. T.
Regular conclave, second and fourth
Thursdays in each month at their
asylum, Cor. State
ROBEBT J. ELLINGTON, E. C.
J.W.TAYLOB,Recorder,2961 La Salle St.
Esther Court No. 2. Meets first Mon
day in each month, at St. George Com
mandery Hall, Sixteentii and State.
MBS. E. CHATMAN M. A. M,
MKS E J. LAWSON, Sec. 2701 State.
U. B. P. AND S. M. T.
Golden Gate Temple No. 2, S, M. T.
meets first and third Mondays of each
month at 1086 W. Lake street.
Miss SUSIE WILLIAMS, M. W. P.
Miss, LULIE WILLIANS. R,
Western Light Tahernacle, No. 87.
Meets second and fourth Wednesday &-
coiner ot Sixteenth and State streets.
MBS. SUSIE TEBE\ C. P.
MRS R. RODNEY C. R. 3035 Indiana.
Diamond .City No. 72, meets fourth
Tuesday in each month at St. Geoige
Commandery hall, State and Sixteenth.
MRS. AGNts MOOD\ C.
MBS. SAR\H BEARD Sec
GarrisoPnLABOR. (Mixed) Assem-
bly, Colored waiters No. 8286, meets ev
eiy Friday night at 104 Randolph St.
J. B. BUBBINS, M. W.
DAVID BETL, Sec. No. 446 State St.
Pioneer Lodge, No. 12.A.F.A.M. meets
the 1st and 3rd Mondays in each month.
Lodge room on Jackson below Seventh.
AU Master Masons in good standing are
invited to attend.
NELSON TAYLOB, W. M.
JAS. WOODPOBK, Sec.
Stevens Lodge, No. 113. A. F. A. M.
meets 1st and 3rd Tuesdays in each
month at No. 198 W. 3rd street. All
brother Masons in good standing are
TALBOTT BUSH, W M.
J. COQUIRE, Sec.
Bethel Chapter, No. 28. R.A.M.,meets
1st and 3rd Thursdays in each month at
No. 198, W. 3rd street. All Royal Arch
Masons in good standing are always
J, COQUIRE Act.
R. C. JEFFERSON Act. Sec.
Pilgrim Commandery, K. T., No. 22,
holds its regular monthly conclave the
2nd and 4th Thursdays in each month,
at their asylum, Stevens Lodge hall. All
Sir Knights in good standing are cor
J. COQUIBE, E. C.
Mars Lodge, G, U. O. of O. F. No. 2202,
meets every second and fourth Wednes
days, hall No. 317 Wabasha street, be
tween Thud and Fourth.
J. JOHNSON, N. G.
,_J^J.L,^PAKBR i ^Sec i
Brotherhood of Railway Porters meets
1st and 4th Thursday evening at Pioneer
Lodge Room, Jackson, between 6th and
A. W. BRAGG, Master Porter.
D. E B&ASLEY, Secretary.
St. Anthony Lodge, No. 2827, G. U, O.
of O. meets at No. 220 Nicolett Ave.,
every seeond and fourth Monday eve
G. E ANDERSON, N. G.
Z. W. MITCHELL, P. S.
MINNEAPOLIS and St. LOUIS
AND THE FAMOUS
Albert Lea Route
Two Through Trains Daily
FBOM ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS
Without change, connecting with the
fast trains of ali lines for the
EAST AND SOUTHEAST I
The direct and only line running thiougb
cars between Minneapolis and
DES MOINES, IOWA
Via Albert Lea and Fort Dodge.
Direct Line Watertown, Dakota
Solid Through Trains, S
MINNEAPOLIS AND ST. LOUIS,
and the principa cities of the Miss
issippi Valle connecting in
Union Depot for all points
South an 1 Southwest!
Many Hours Saved and the only
Line running Two Trains Daily to Kan
sas City, Leavenworth and Atchison
making connections with the Union Pa
cific and Atchison, Topeka and Sante
*^2^ Close *oraieetion madein TTiiion
'Depot with all trains of the St. Paul,
"Vlinneapolis & Manitoba Nothern Paci
fic St. Paul & Duluth Railways, from
und to all points North and Northwest'
Remember the Trains of the Minne
apolis &St. Louis Railway are composed
of Comfortable Day Coaehes, Magnifi
cent Pullman Sleeping Cars, Horton Re
dining Chair Cars, and our justly cele
brated Palace Dining Cars!
-150 lbs. of Baggage Checked Free.
Fare always as Low as the Lowest! For
Time Tables. Through Tickets, etc.
call upon the nearest Ticket Agent
write to S. BOYD,
Gen. Tkt. and Pass. Agt.,Minneaplie
NO OTHER RAILWAY IN THE NORTH
has in so short a period gained the repu
tation and topularit enjoyed by the
LINE, .brom a comparatively un*
known factor in the commercial world,
it has been transformed to an independ
ent, influential, grand Through
Route, with magnificent depots, sup
erb equipment and unsurpassed termi
nal facilities. Through careful catering
to details, it lias won for itself a reputa
tion for solidity, safety, convenience and
attention to itspatrons,secondto no rail
road in the country. Pullman sleep
ers, model of palatial comfort, dining
cars in which the cuisine and general ap
pointments are up to the highest stand
ard, and coaches especially built for thi3
route, are among the chief elements
which have contributed towards catering
successfully to a discriminating public.
Located directly on its line, between
Minneapolis ana St. Paul and
Milwaukee and Chicago and
Duluth and Milwaukee and
Chicago, are the following thriving
cities ot Wisconsin and Michigan:
New Richmond, Chippewa
Falls, Eau Claire, Ashland,
Hurley, Wis., Ironwood,
Mich., Bessemei, Mich.,
Stevens Point, Neenah,
Menasha, Oshkosh. Fond
du Lac, Waukesha and Bur
lwr detailed information, lowest
curient lates, berths, etc.,\ia this route,
to any point in the South or East,
apply to nearest Ticket Agent, or addiess
WMS. MELLEN, JAMES BARKER,
Genl. Man. Gen Pass & T'k't A'gt.
ANSON, Noithwestern Pas
henger Agent, No. 19 Nicollet House
Block, Minneapolis, Minn.
Owns and operates 5,500 miles of
thoroughly equipped road in Illinois,
Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota
I IS THE BEST DIBECT ROUTE BETWEEN
ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS IN THE NORTHWEST,
SoumwEST 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. II. CARPENTER, Gen'l Pass, and
Ticket Agent. J. TUCKKR. Ass't
Gen'l Manager. GEO. HEAFFORD
Ass't Gen'l Pass, and Ticket agent,
flSP'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.
THE ST. PAUL AND DULUTH RAIL
THE SHORTEST LINE
TO LAKE SUPERIOR!
QUICKEST IN TIME BY OVER 3 HOURS.
8 TRAINS DAILY EACH WAY 3
The "Limited" runs daily, and con
sumes onlv five homo between the Twin
Cities and Duluth making but three
CLOSE CONNECTION MADE IN UNION
DEPOT, DULUTH, WITH TRAINS
OF THE DULUTH AND IRON RANGE
AVOID OJINIBUS TRANSFERS BY TAKING THIS
LOW EXCURSSON RATES
WHICH INCLUDE MEALS AND BERTHS
Are made via Duluth to all points East
reached by lake lines and their lail
connections. Tickets can be procured
going by lake, or lake and rail, and 1 e
turniugall rail if desired. Tickets
can bo pin chased, Sleeping Car Ac
commodations and berths on steamers
secuied, and fuither infoimation had,
by calling on. or addiesbing the fol
lowing Ticket Agents.
N. AUSTIN,,City.Ticket Agent...wir
19 Nicollet House Block, Mmneanolis
C. E. STONE, City Ticket Agent, li
East Thud Street. St. Paul
W. H. FISHER G. F. COPE LAND.
General Sup't. Ass't. Sunt.
E. F, DODGE, P. A. ROCKWELL.
Gen. T'k't.Ag't. Ass't.Gen.T'k't.Aijt.
GENERAL OFFICS ST.PAUL.MINN.
MONTANA SHORT LINE,
When traveling every one should con-'
eider well the questions of economy,
comfort, safety and speed, these questions
being of the same importance in a journey
of an hour as in one of several days* ride.
An examination of the map will convince
anyone that this IB the most direct route
to and from all the principal points in
Cen-R -STIPA UL A tral
jil MINNEAPOLIS A -KT--
thern|f| A N ITE3 Min
neso-lfa' ^BAILWAX irta,
Dakota and Montana. Our epuipment
and time are excellent. Our rates aro
the lowest, but this fact is something
which speaks for itself. Definite figures
and maps can be obtained by applying to
any Agent of the Company, or the Gen
eral Passenger Agent.
The following are a few of the Principal
Points reached via this Line:
Sr. CLOUD, SAUK CENTRE, FERGUS FALLS,
CHOOKSTON, ST. VINCENT.,,
DEKN, ELLENDALB, WAHPETOK, FAEGO,
GRAND FOBKS, GRAFTON, DEVILS LAKS,
BOTTINEAU AND BUFOBD, DAKOTA GLAS-
GOW, DAWES (FT. BELKNAP), ASSINNEBOINB,
FI. BKNTON, GREAT FALLS, HELEN AND
BUTTE, MONTANA WINNIPEG, MANITOBA.
AND ALL PACIFIC COAST POINTS.
Parties seeking farms or business loca
tions will find unusual opportunities for
both on this line in Northern Dakota and
Montana, also in Minnesota where the
Company has for sale at low prices ana
on favorable terms 2,000,000 acres of ex
cellent farming, grazing and timber tanda.
For maps and other information addrejB)
J. BOOXWALTEB, CH.WAHKBH,
Land Commissioner, Gen'l Pasji. Agt.
6T. PAUL, MNS.
A. MANVEL, W B. AT.ETSNDM,