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BENJAMIN H. HARRISON,
For Vice President.
LEVI P. MORTON,
of New York.
For Governor W M. R. MERRIAM,
of Ramsey County.
For Lieut. Governor A. E RICE,
of Kandiyohi County.
For Sec'ty of State HANS MATTSON,
of Goodhue Countv.
For Treasurer JOSEPH BOBLETER,
of Brown County.
For Att'y Gen'l MOSES E. CLAPP,
of Otter Tail County.
For Chief Justice J. GILFILLAN.
For Assistant Justice...L. W. COLLINS.
Judges of the Second Judicial District
HASCAL R. BRILL, ORLANDO SIM
ONS, WILLIAM LOUIS KELLY.
County Auditor JOS.E. OSBORNE.
County Treasurer....JOSEPH BURGER.
Register of Deeds M. J. BELL.
Sheriff. ED. S. BEAN.
County Attorney J. J. EG AN.
Judge of Probate SAM. MORRISON.
County Surveyor FELIX O'HAEA.
Coroner J. A. QUINN.
Supt. of Schools G. BLAKE.
Twenty-sixth Senatorial DistrictH. L.
WILLIAMS, J. G. ELMQUIST, F. C.
Twenty-seventh Senatorial District
HIRAM F. STEVENS, WILLIAM
BICKEL, JAMES A. JOHNSON, GEB
CityCHARLES MICHATJD, PETER
BOLAND, JOSEPH KEATING, J. J.
CountyA. WRIGHT, WALTER B.
SAMUEL P. SNIDER,
of Hennepin County.
Under the free trade policy of Great
Britain the wage workers are virtually
paupers. Let them work faithfully as
they may their -wages "will not make
both ends meet, and the wife and chil
dren have to toil in order to live. It is
& sorrowful fact that women have to
work in the coal mines with the men to
keep the wolf from the door. I is a
fact that women work at the forges,
swinging the sledge, i order to keep
their children from starving. I is a
fact that the pay of an entire vfamily of
five,*in many parts of England', will not
equal the pay of a skillful mechanic in
this country. And yet rover Cleve
land and the Democratic Free traders
invite the well paid, well fed, well
housed, well contented wage workers
of this country to exchange their happy
condition for that of the half fed, half
paid, half pauper system of John Bull.
The Democrats are denying now that
they are in favor of free trade and claim
that they are in favor of revenue re
form. W have heard gamblers deny
that they were gamblers and claim that
they were sporting men. All the samee
your revenue reformer is opposed to
protective tariff and is in favor ofletting
everything produced in foreign coun
tries come into this country, paying
only a nominal taxin direct competi
tion with home productions. And your
sporting man wins the cash of his dupes
by ways that are dark and tricks that are
very slick. A pole cat by any other
name will smell as pungent."? w-
Dori*t let a sense of gratitude due to
Hon. Edmund Rice cause you to vote for
him for Congress, for when he gets
there he in a Democrat and votes with
the Democrats on party measures, many
of which effect your Colored brothers
and sisters in the South. Mr. Rice
made an excellent mayor of St. Paul and
has not done badly as a Congressman,
but vote for Capt. S. Snider for Con-
gress and help to put in a Republican
who will vote for Republican measures
affecting the South.
Chas. Benton, of New York was en
grged to Miss Titcomb of the same place.
Chas. got up the wedding cards which
ran as follows:
"Friends:I most cordially invite
you all to come to mv house Monday
evening, Oct. 15,1888, at 7 in. Pres
ents received until 3. m. on the day
of the wedding. Come one. Come all."
The young lady refused to recognize
this stroke of enterprise the part of
Charley and the wedding is now off."
At the French fair held at Market
Hall last week there as a voting eon-
test for the most popular candidate for
Congressman. Hon. Edmund Rice re
ceived 643 votes and Capt. Samuel P.
Snider the Republican candidate re
ceived 1030 votes. Straws show which
way the wind blows. Capt. Snider will
undoubtedly be the next Congressman
from ttie Fourth district, if all Republi
cans do their whole duty.
The Democratic slave holders rebel
lion cost the Government over eight
thousand millions of dollars, and yet
the Democratic President vetoes the
granting of the pitiful sum of eight dol
lars per month to the heroes who inter
posed their manly bosoms to the storms
of war, in defence of the Nation.
If signs indicate anything, as certain
as the sun will rise tomorrow morning
togladenthe world with its ligh and
waimth, Ben Harrison, the grandson
and he is a grandson as well as a grand
fatherof Old Tippecanoe Harrison will
be the next President of the United
A Colored barber of Boston declares
in his business card that he is a "first
class tonsorial artist, facial operator,
cranium manipulator and slayer of con
tiguments." And yet he modestly re
frains from calling himself professor.
And in Boston too.
Cleveland's staunchest friends and
most earnest supporters, were not the
friends and supporters of the Govern
ment during its sorest need. Remem
ber that on election day and vote as the
boys in blue shot, for God and the right.
At last Congress adjourns to-day and
when it will meet next there will be a
new president of the United States
elected who will not vetoe the pension
bills, of the brave defenders of the
We hate Grover Cleveland for the
friends he has made, the enemies of
this country during the Rebellion, the
Democratic Brigadiers and the British
The Freeman, the Colored Democratic
sheet of Indianapolis, states that there
are but 6 0 Colored Democrats i that
city. "Where does the Freeman get it's
Mr. William R. Merriam our candi
date for Governor is making new friends
and gaining strength every day. is
popular with all classes and is bound to
The reason why the fat boy of the
White House vetoes the pension bills is
because the pensioners whipped the
Democratic Brigadiers out of their boots.
This is a good year for Republicans
the woods are full of them, so are the
towns, the hamlets and cities.
T. Timothy Fortune is a pretty slick
citizen, and is a Democratfor revenue
only. Sly fellow that Timothy.
Only seventeen days more until the
rebel brigadiers will have to surrender
Come and see Peil's ladies' and gents'
$3.00 shoes. 33 East 7th St.
Have your fine shoes made and re
pairing done at A. G. Peil's, No. 33 East
Rev. J. M. Henderson has returned
from Chicago, and will conduct services
as usual tomorrow.
The Young Men's Whist Club, Mr. W.
Rideout manager, had a pleasant meet
ing Wednesday evening.
FOR RENTFor gentlemen only, a
nice, furnished front room with use of
parlor. Apply at 147 W 9th. Mrs. Lew
There were 11,910 votes registered
last Tuesday. That .is only about half
the votes. Turn out next Tuesday and
register, or you cannot vote on election
The Carnival Commissioners decided
Thursday night to open the Ice Palace
Jan. 23, 1889 and at once the Winter
King began to make preparations by
sending a white mantle to Mother Earth
FOR RENTA seven' room house,
No. 606 St. Anthony Ave. Price $25 per
month. May be heated by stoves or
furnace. Apply to Richmond Taylor,
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Office
Cor. Third and Jackson. """"*""*'-Oct.
The Fourth Ward Colored Republican
club held a largely attended meeting
last Monday night, which was addressed
S A JMcFarlana, A Jefferson and
others. The full Republican ticket was
endorsed. S. E Hardy, Coquire
and K. L. Williams were elected dele
gates to the state convention.
The Republican Club Convention at
Minneapolis last Wednesday was a
howling success. The Colored clubs of
St. Paul were represented in the con
vention by Rev. W. Gray, W. H. Seldon,
J. Coquire, K. L. Williams, S. A. Mc
Farland, W. T. Johnson. D. Parker.
E. P. Wade, John Luca, H. Ball, M.
M. Smith, J. Q. Adams.
The Colored Republican club of the
Fourth ward was organized last Monday
night and made apart of the state league
by adopting the constitution and by
laws of the league. George Grooms was
elected president, John F. Coquire, first
vice president K. L. Williams, second
vice president Wade Hampton,
secretary and Orrin Davis, treasurer.
The coming attraction at the G-and
Opera House will be Rice and Dixey's
Chinese Comic Opera entitled "The
Pearl of Pekin," which in gorgeous
ensemble, unique and elaborate develop
ment of detail excels anvthing, in a
spectacular way, which has ever been
produced in the Northwest. The music
is exceptionally fine and of a character
to please large audiences such as greeted
this production everywhere. Don't fail
to see this next week, and Saturday
A Republican League club was or
ganized last Monday night in the Third
ward by the election os the following
officers: President, F. Ball vice
presidents, E. Mitchell and D. E. Tal
bert secretary, C. E. James treasurer,
G. James executive committee, E
P. Wade, I. Hicks. C. F. Wilkins,
George Harrison, W. Selden. W. M.
Waddill was elected a member of the
county executive committee of the
state league and H. Ball, C. James
and W. II. Selden were chosen as dele
gates to the state convention. There is
a large and enthusiastic membership of
this club, and Monday night will be the
regular meeting night.
"Cut Hertz from soda to hock."
Remember Hertz on election day.
Get your dresses made by Mrs. Partee,
2005 State street.
Messrs. Sam. Wright, John Henry
Magee and F. L. Barnett were not pres
ent at the meeting Monday night. I
was not their meetin'.
Prof. Lelsie's company sang Tuesday
nightat the FirstMethodi&t church. A
usual, Miss Mollie Marshall carried the
laurels off with her sweet singing.
The Colored people of Chicago in
tend to down Hertz on election day.
In this great work they have the as
sistance of the Scandinavians. Hertz
All news, notes, or articles intended L. G. Alraaen.
for publication in the Chicago edition of
the "WESTERN APPEAL must sent to the
Chicago office, 325 Dearborn street, and
not to St. Paul.
Roger Haycraft formerly drum maior
connected with Henderson's Band, died
at 2973 Dearborn street Friday. was
taken to S
Louis Sunday night and will
be buried there.
Subscribers of the APPEAL should noti
fy the office in case of change of address,
so as to receive the paper regularly.
Send postal to C. F. Adams, 325 Dear
bqrn St. Eooms 13, 14, 15
The Drill Corps of Godfrey Comman
dery will give an entertainment at Cen
tral Hall on or about October 30. Look
out for invitations. Full particulars in
the next issue of the APPE\ L.
FOR RENTSix room house No. 458
Maple St., Englewood. All modern im
provements, short distance from cars.
Inquire No. 730 Englewood Ave., Engle
wood or Room 169 E Washington St..
Mrs. Bright, 694 Austin Ave., writes
to The APPEAL, "M husband did not
tell me he had a bogus marriage with
that woman. said he registered at
the Remonde in his name to save her
from her husband."
Emma G. Hatcher, America's only
Colored Emotional Actress, appeared
last night at the Opera House in the five
act classical drama entitled "Ingomar"
with Miss Hatcher as "Pathenia," in
which role she was a decided surprise
to her audience, she is possessed of rare
dramatic power, her facial expression is
something wonderful, her voice sweet
and sympathetic. Though a young
actress, her conception of the part of the
Greek maiden compares most favorably
with the most celebrated enactor of the
part.-Clinton, Iowa Times.
An amusing incident occurred the
other day i Birmingham, Ala. A lady
employed a little Colored boy. and, as
he was very ragged, she bought him a
new suit of clothes. immediately
announced bis intention of leaving her
employ. ^Determined that he should
not take the clothes with him, she
stripped him, and wrapped a blanket
around him. He dashed into the street
naked, and the lady took after him. An
extremely unique chase waB the result,
which was finally terminated Tjy the
capture of the boy.
Oct. 19Henderson, Gen, Green
Oct. 19Stillwater, Gen. James A.
19St. Peter, Hon. Solon Chace,
Oct. 19Bamesville, Hon. Hans Matt
Oct. 19Wells, Hon. J. M. Burlin
Oct. 19Houston, Hon. C. L. Smith.
Oct. 19Tracy, Hon. R. G. Evans.
Oct. 19-Wells,Hon. W.H. H.Eustus.
Oct. 19Brown's Valley, Hon. Oscar
Oct. 19-Brown's Valley, Hon. D. W.
Oct. 19Ashby, Hon. Gerh Gjertsen.
Oct. 19Morris, Hon. A. Barto.
Oct. 19Grove City, Hon. Frank Mc
Oct. 19Warren, Hon. John L. Gibbs
Oct. 19Winnebago City, Hon W.
Oct. 19Stillwater, Hon. Thomas
Oct. 19Mankato, Hon. John Lind,
joint discussion with Hon. M. S. Wilkin
Oct. 19Prior's Lake, Col.T. V. Eddy.
0,t. 19Center City, Hon. Hans Matt
Oct. 19Prior Lake, Hon. F. E Madi
Oct. 19Dundas, Rev. F. L. Patterson
Oct. 19Madison Lake, Ho T. E
Oct. 19Mora, Hon. Page Morris.
Oct. 20-Hastings, Hon. Thomas B,
Oct. 20Stewart, Hon. M. D. Munn
and Hon. Henry Johns.
Cct. 20Rochester, Hon. Davis
and Hon. R. G. Evans.
Oct 20Hallock, H.. S. G. Comstock
Oct. 20Elbow Lake, Hon. Gerh
Oct. 20Belgrade, Hon. Frank Mc
Out. 20 Waconia, Gen. James A. Bak
Oct. 20Ortonville, D. W. Buekhart.
Oct. 2U-HalIock, Hon. John L. Gibbs
Oct. 20Ortonville, Hon. Oscar M.
Oct. 20Hokah, Hon. C. L. Smith.
Oct. 20Delano, Hon. E. W. Huflcut.
Oct. 20Winnebago City, Hon. J. M.
Oi t. 20St. Paul, Gen. GreenG. Raum.
Oct, 20Minneapolis, Gen. James A.
Oct. 20Waeeca, Hon. Solon Chare.
Oct, 20Breckenndge, Hon. Hans
Oct. 20Delavan, Rev. L.Patter
Oct. 20Le Seur, Hon. T. E ByrneR.
Oct. 20Winnebago City, Hon. W.
Oc t. 2 St Peter, Hon. John Lind.
joint discussion with Hon. M. S. Wilkin
Oct. 20St. Paul, Hon. Page Morris.
Oct 20Wyoming,Hon. E. H. Ozmun,
Oct 20, 22 and 23Blue Earth county,
Hou. John N. Jones.
Oct. 20Webster, Hon. E Madi
Oct. 20St. Peter, Hon John Lind,
joint discussion with M. S. Wilkinson.
Oct. 22Osakis, Hon. C. J. Gunderson.
Oct. 22Fairmount, Hon. J. M. Bur
Oct. 23Montrose, Hon. A. N. Mer
rick and Hon. J. L. Dobbin.
Oct. 23St. James, Hon. J. M. Bur
Oct. 23Garfield, Hon. C. Gunder
Oct. 23Red Wing, Gen. Clapp, Gen.
Husher and Hon. W. R. Merriam.
Oct. 23Gen. F. A. Husher.
Oct. 22Banks, Hon. Ira P. Shissler.
Oct. 22Wells, Hon. John Lind, joint
discussion with Hon. S Wilkinson.
Oct. 22Stillwater, Hon. Edmund Pel
Oct. 22Kenyon, Hon. Page Morris.
Oct. 2i, 23, 24Houston county, Hon.
Oct. 22 to 27in Swift county, Hon.
John E. Nordstrom.
Oct. 22iVladelia, Hon. A. N. Merrick.
Oct. 22Dalton, Hon. James A. Peter
The following is a list of appointments for
campaign speeches, under the auspices of the
Republican State Gentral Committee.
Oct. 22, 23,24Kandiyohi county, Rev.
Oct. 22Lydia, Hon. Frank McNulty.
Oc t. 22Fairmont, Hon. "VV.H. Eustis.
Oct. 22Wabasha, Hon. Thomas
Oct. 22Lake Crystal, Hon E G.
Oct. 22Aitkin, Hon. R. G. Evans.
Oct. 22Detroit, Gen. James
Oct. 22Benson, Col. Fred Hooker.
Oct. 22 und 23Wabasha county, Rev.
F. L. Patterson.
Oct. 22Richmond, Capt J. Mul len.
Oct. 22Cazenovia, Hon. Lowell E
Oct. 22Good Thunder, Hon. E A.
Oct. 22Hanley, Hon. M. Steenerson.
Oct. 22Bik Biver, Col. T. V. Eddy.
Oct. 22Wells, Hon. John Lind, joint
debate with M. S. Wilkinson.
Oct. 23Clayton, Hon. Ira P. Shissler,
Oct. 23Worthington, Hon. John
Lind. joint discuss on with Hon. M. S.
Oct. 23Mountain Lake, Hon. Henry
Oct. 23Madison, Hon W. Cal
Oct. 23New Auburn, Hon. S. M.
Oct. 23Appleton, Col. Fred Hooker.
Oct. 23Aastad, Hon. James A. Peter
Oct. 23Farmmgton, Hon. M. D.
Oc t. 23Le wist on, Capt. Mullen.
Oct. 23Mappleton, Hon. E. G. Hay.
Oct. 23St. James, Hon. W. H. Eustis.
Oct. 23Buflalo, Hon. Stocken
Oc t. 23Slayton, Hon. Lowell E Jep
Oct. 23Freeborn, Hon. E. A. Sumner.
Oct. 23Clarkfield, Hon. Steener
Oct. 23Zumbrota, Gen. M. E. Clapp.
Oc t. 23Farinington, Hon. Thomas
Oct. 23Hamilton Station.Hon. Frank
Oct. 23Verndale, Hon. L. Gibbs.
Oct. 23Norway Lake, Hon. Gerh
Oct. 23N. P. Junction, Hon. R. G.
Oct. 23Wadena, Gen. James
Oct. 23Breckenridge, Hon. A. Barto.
Oct. 23Spencer Brook, Hon. R. E.
Oct. 23Big Lake, Hon. E W. Huff
Oct. 23Worthington, Hon.-* John
Lind, joint debate with M. S. Wilkinson.
Oct. 24Madelia, Hon. J. M. Burlin
Oct. 24Holmes City, Hon. C. J. Gun
Oct. 24St. Cloud, Hon. John Bren
Oct. 24Sleepy Eye Hon. W
AOct. 24Red Wing, Gen. M. E Clapp,
Gen. A. Husher and Hon. W R. Mer
Oct. 24pipe Stones, Hon. John land,
joint discussion with Hon. M. S. Wilkin
Oct. 24St. Cloud, Hon. Page Morris.
BrowntonHon. S. M. Davis.
O, t. 24Butternut Valley, Hon. N.
Oct. 24Lake City, Rev. C. A. Swen
Oct. 24,25and 26Brown county, Hon.
John N. Jones.
Oct. 24Olivis, Hon. H. Steele.
Oc t. 24Erhard's Grove, Hon. James
Oct. 24St. Paul Park, Hans Mattson.
Oct. 24Belle Plaine, Hon. Thomas
Oct. 24Dassel, Hon. Gerh Gjerisen.
Oct. 24Little Falls, Hon. John L.
Oct. 24Cloquet, Hon. R. G, Evans.
Oct. 24Brainerd, Gen. James
Oct. 24Santiago, Hon. E. Madigan.
Oct. 24New York Mills,A. P. Loomis.
Oct. 24Sherburn, Hon. E. A. Sumner.
Oct. 24Fuldo.Hon.LowellE. Jepson.
Oct. 24Marietta, Hon. C. L. Smith.
Oct. 24Plato,Hon. James H. Kellogg.
Oct. 24^Rockford, Hon. Stocken
Oct. 24Pipe Stone, Hon. John Lind,
joint debate with M. S. Wilkinson.
Oct. 25Silver Creek, Hon. Stock
Oc t. 25-..Renville, Gen. A Husher.
Oct. 25Fraaee, City, Hon. A. P.
Oct. 25Boyd, Hon. C. L. Smith.
Oct. 25Springfield, Hon. W.
Oc t. 25Le Seuer, Hon. Thomas
Oct. 25Montgomery, Hon. Ira
Oct. 25Fairmont, Hon. John Lind.
Oct. 25Melrose, Hon. Page Morris.
Oct. 25Elysian, Hon. N. B. Ferguson.
Oct. 25Sacred Heart, Hon. Jorgen
Oct. 25St. Paul, Hon. John Brennan.
Oct. 25Brandon, Hon. C. J. Gunder
Oct. 25Howard Lake, Hon. Frank
Oct. 25Janesville,Hon. Henry Lvnch
Oct. 25Fast Granite Falls, Hon.
John P. Steele.
Oct 25Norwood, James K. Kellogg.
Oct. 25NorwegianGrove,H)n. James
Oct. 25Winsted Lake, Hon.
Keen, Hon. Victor M. Gore.
Oct. 2525, 26, 27Meeker countv
Rev. L. G. Ahnaetf.
Oct. 25Howard Lake, Hon. A. N.
Merrick and Hon. J. L. Dobbin.
Oct. 25Renville, Col. Fred Hooker.
Oct. 25Near Atwater, Rev. L.
Oct. 25-Long Praire. Hon. John L.
Oc t. 26Du uth, Rev A Swenson.
Oct. 25Two Harbors, Hon. R. G.
Oct. 2Sau Rapids, Gen. James K.
Oct. 25Graceville, Hon. A. Barto.
Oct. 25Pine Island, Capt.
Oct. 25Jackson, Hon. John Lind.
Oct. 25 26Lac qui Parle County,
Hon. Gerh Gjertsen.
Oct. 26Anoka, Gen. F. A. Husher.
Oct. 26 Waterville, Hon. Thomas
Oct. 26Stillwater, Rev. C. A. Swen
Oct. 26Stockholm, Hon. Stocken
Oct. 26Evansville, Hon. C. J. Gun
Oct. 26Barnesville, Hon. John L.
Oct. 26Tower, Hon. R. G. Evans.
Oct. 26Sauk Center, Gen. James
Oc t. 26Ortonville, Hon. A Barto.
Oct. 26Hanccck, Hon. William Hodg
Oct. 26Fair Haven, Hon. F. E. Madi
Oct 26Rich wood, Hon. A. P. Loomis.
Oct. 26Jackson, Hon. John Lind.
Oct. 26Monticello, Hon Ir a
Oct. 26Highland, Hon. A. Nor-majority.
Oct. 26Blooming Prairie,Hon. Henry
Oct. 26Glencoe, Hon. John Steele
Oc t. 2t-VVaverley Mills, Hon. S
Oct" 26Dunaas, Hon. H. Ozmun
Oct 26Gray Eagle, Hon Page Morris
Oct. 27Kensington, Hon. C. Gun
Oct. 27Cokato, Hon. Stocken
Oct. 27St. Paul, Gen. A. Husher.
Oct 27Duluth, Hon Hans Mattson
Oct 27Waseca, Hon John Lind
Oct 27Eagle Bend, Hon Page Morris
Oct 27Windom, Ho Jorgen feim
Oct 27Cleveland, Hon N Ferguson
Oct 27Cambridge, Hon Ira Shissler
O ct 27Currie, Hon John .N Jones
Oct 27Pilot Mound, Hon A Nor
Oct 27Warren, Col Fred Hooker
Oct 27Harris, Hon James A Peter
O ct 27Hawley, Hon A Loomis
Oct 27Elbow Lake, Ho John
Oct 27Alexandria, Rev A Swenson
Oct 27Glenwood, Gen James
Oct 27Duluth, Hon Evans
O ct 27Maine Prairie, HonFE Madi
Oct 27Faribault, Hon Thomas
Oct 27Sacred Heart, Ho Gerh
O ct 27Waseca, Hon John Lind
Oct. 29-Ostego, Hon. W, Camp
Oct. 29Stewart, Hon. James A. Kel
Oct 29Aitkin, Gen E Clapp
Oct 29Jordan, Hon Thomas Min
Oct 29Ostego, Hon W Campbell
and Dr E Duferderter
Oct 29St Peter, Hon A Enander
Oct 29Tyler, Hon John N Jones
Oct 29Madelia, Hon Ira Shissler
Oct 29Lambert, Hon Leroux,
Oct 29Mantorville, Hon Evans
Oct 29Waterville, Hon John Lind
Oct 29Hurdal, Hon A Nordine
Oct 29Stephen, Col Fred Hooker
Oct 29Minneapolis, Rev A Swen
Oct 29-Tintah, Hon John Gibbs
Oct 29Herman, Ho W Hodgson
Oct 29Waterville, Hon John Lind
Oct 30Breckenridge, Ho William
Oct SOTerrebonne, Hon Leroux
Oct 30Henderson. Hon John Lind
Oct 30Euclid, Col Fred Hooker
Oct 30Canby, Hon John N Jones
Oct 30Tracy, Hon Jorgen Simmons
Oct 30 Vasa, Hon A Enander
Oct 30 Herman, Hon John Gibbs
Oct 30 Wilmar, Rev A Swenson
Oct 30 St Paul, Gen E Clapp, Hon
E W Huffcut, Hon W Calhoun
Oct 30 Olmsted county, Hon Thomas
Oct 30 Clear Lake, Hon W Eustis
Oct 30 Pipestone, Hon E H, Hay
Oct 30 Anoka, Prof Gerh Gjertaen
jOct SO Anoka, Ho Stockenstrom
Henderson, Hon John Lind
Gaylord, Hon E Byrnes
Litchfield, Hon *J A Enander
Gentilly, Hon Leroux, in
Redwood Falls, Hon. John N.
Minneota, Ho Jorgen Sim-
Winthrop, Hon John Lind
Hinckley, James A Peterson
St James, E Clapp
Rochester, Thomas Minna-
Brown's Valley, John Gibbs
Winthrop, John Lind
Elk River, W Eustis
Graceville, William Hodgson,
Prof Gerh Gjertsen
Nov 1 Glenwood, Rev Patterson
Nov 1 Worthing, Gen James Baker
Nov 1 Fairmount, E Clapp
Nov 1 Golden Gate, John Lind
Nov 1 Cloquet, James A Peterson
Nov 1 Louisville, Leroux in
Nov. 1Glenwood, Hon. A. B. Camp
Novl St Paul, A Enander
Nov 1 Golden Gate, John Lind
Nov 2 Buffalo, Rev Patterson
Nov 2 Adram. James Baker
Linde, John Lind
Two Harbors. James A Peter-
Campbell, W Campbell
Red Lake Falls, Leroux,
Nov 2 Springfield, Munn
Nov 2 Redwood Falls, W Eustis
Nov 2 Dundas, A N Merrick
Nov 2 Winnebago City, E Clapp
Nov 2 Otter Tail county, A Enander
Nov 2 Linden, John Lind
Nov 3 Northfield, Rev Patterson
Nov 3 Taylor's Falls, S McMillan
Nov 3 Sleepy Eye, John Lind and
W N Severance
Nov 3 Tower, James A Peterson
Crookston, Leroux, in
Nova Nov 3
Crookston. W Calhoun
&t Peter, James A Kellogg
Minneapolis, A Enander
SJeepv Eye, John Lind
Nov. 2Buffalo, Hon. A. B. Camp
Nov. 3Northfield, Hon. A. B.
Nov. 5Owatonna, Hon. A. B. Camp
Nov 5 Herman, Evans
Nov 5 Owatona, Rev Patterson
Nov 5 New Sweeden, John ind
Nov 5 Winona, WT
Nov 5 Albert Lea, Col E Eddy
TSov 5 Madelia, S A Kellogg
Nov 5 Winona, Page Morris
Nov 5 Winona, W Calhoun
Nov 5 North Branch, and Cambridge
Nov 5 New Rweeden, John Lind
'Tom" Buxton, as the subjeet of this
sketch is familiarly know n, has probably as
large a personal acquaintance in Minneapolis
os any one of its 200,000 souls It is sajmg
that which is but commonly know n, that Mr
Buxton's personal acquaintances are his
friends It was with much leluctance that
the gentleman accepted the nomination for
That he will receive very man) Republican
votes goes without saying. His honor, his
generous nature, his ability as a financier will
undoubtedly be recognized by an old time
was born Washington county, Penn.,
1832. Sometime before the breaking out
of the war he removed to Deleware county,
Ohio, and at that place, in July, 1861 he m-
hsted in the 66th Ohio Infantry, going out
with the rank of Second Lieutenant. He
served three years and a half, nearly the en
tire duration of the war, and came out with
the rank of Captain, but broken in health
from the hardships of the service and ill us
age in Soujhern prisons. He was taken pris
oner at the battle of Port Republic, and
spent four months in the military prison at
Salisbury and Richmond. He came to Minn
esota in the fall of 1869, settling at Minne
apolis, where he was engaged as cashier of
the City Bank. He was elected city treas
urer in 1876, and held this office four consec
utive terms, when he yielded to E. H. Moul
ton, the present incumbent. Suph was Mr
Buxton's popularity that he could have held
the office longer had he wished. Failing
health compelled him to give all duties out
side of his regular work. The City Bank,
which he had served so long and faithfully,
had such regard for his services that he was
sent abroad to recuperate and his salary kept
up the while- He was elected president of
the bank in December, 1887. Mr. Buxton
has the enviable reputation of being a man of
the strictest integrity and sincere in all his
The Ca'liolic Explorers
Of the great Northwest are deserving of
the highest praise for their patient en
durance of danger and suffering in their
journeys through these then savage
wilds. The names of Marquette, Henne
pin, Nicollet, and many others shine
brightly in the early annuals of the
Northwest, and are yet kept in memory
by the many places named for them.
The traveler who follows in their foot
steps now knows nothing of the bark
canoe, nor the long, weary tramp through
gloomy wilderness or over lonely
prairie, but buying Jbis ticket over "The
Burlington" has an easy, luxurious
journey through a garden land filled
with beautiful, buBtling cities. Any
ticket agent should be able to sell you a
ticket by this route, or you can write to
W. C. Kenyon, Gen. Pass. Agent,
B. & N. R. R., St. Paol, Minn.
The Grand Lodge of Colored masons
in session at Kansas City, Oct.ft,appro
priated !200,000 for the erection of a
temple at Kansas City, Kan Kansas
City was also selected as the National
Headquarters and the National Insur
ance scheme adopted.
Fast Mall Line with Vestibule*
Trains between Chicage.Milwaukee,
St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Trans-Continental Route be
tween Chicago, Council Blufis, Oma
ha and the Pacific Coast.
Great National Route between
Chicago, Kanaas City and St. Joseph,
5700 Miles Of Road reaching all
principal points in Illinois, Wiscon*
sin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri" an
For maps, time tables, rates of
passage and freight, etc., applv to the
nearest station agent of the "CHICAGO,
MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL RAILWAY, or to
any Railroad Agent anywhere in the
World. ROSWELL MILLEB, A. V. CARPENTER,,
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pas. & Tkt. Agt.
or information in reference to
Lands and Towns owned by the CHICA
GO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY CO
write to H. G. HAUGEN, Land Commis
ioner. Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
THE ST. PAUL AND DULUTH RAIL
THE SHORTEST LINE
O WAKE SUPERIOR I
QUICKEST IN TIME BY OYER 3 HOURS.
8 TRAINS DAILY EACH WAY 3
The "Limited" runs daily, and con
sumes only five hours between the Tw*m
Cities and Duluth making but three
CLOSE CONNECTION MADE IN UNION
DEPOT, DULUTH, WITH TRAINS
OF THE DULUTH AND IRON RANGE
AVOID OMNIBUS TRANSFERS BY TAKING THI
LOW EXCURSION RATES
WHICH INCLUDE MEALS AND BERTHS
Are made via Duluth to all points EaBt
reached by lake lines and their rail
connections. Tickets can be procured
going- by lake, or lake and rail, and re
turning all rail if desired. Tickets
can be purchased. Sleeping Car Ac
commodations ana bertbson steamers
secured, and further information had,
by calling on. or addressing the fol
lowing Ticket Agents:
G. F. McNEILL, City Ticket Agent.
19 Nir-ollet Hous" Block, Minneapolis.
C. E. STONE, City Ticket Agent,
173 East Third Street, St. Paul.
E. I DUDLEY, G. F. COPELAND,
Vice Pres. & Gen. Man. Ass't btipt.
A. B. PLOUGH, G. C. GILFILLan,,
Gen. P. & T. Ag't Special Ag't Pass
GENERAL OFFICE ST. PAUL,MINN.
NO OTHER RAILWAY IN THE NORTH
*ias in so short a period gained the repu
tation and popularity enioved by the
WISCONSIN E N A
LINE, irom a comparatively un
known factor in the commercial world*
it has been transformed to an iadepend=
ent, influential, grand ThroilS&
Route, with magnificent depots, sup
erb equipment and unsurpassed termi
nal facintieB. Through careful catering:
to details, it has won for itself a reputa
tion for solidity, safety, convenience and
attention to its patronp,second to no rail
road in the country. Pullman sleep
ers, model of palatial comfort, dinmgf
cars in which the cuisine and general ap
pointments are up t* the highest stand
ard, and coaches especially built for this
route, are among the chief elements
which have contributed towards catering
successfully to a discriminating public.
Located directly on its line, between,
Minneapolis and St. Paul and
Milwaukee and Chicago and
Duluth and Milwaukee and
Chicago, are the following thriving
cities Wisconsin and Michigan
New Richmond, Chippewa
Falls, Eau Claire, Ashland,
Hurley, Wis., Ironwood,
Mich., Bessemer, Mich.,
Stevens Point, Neenah,
Menasha, Oshkosh. Fond
du Lac,Waukesha and Bur
For detailed information, lowest
current rates, berths, etc.,via this route,
to any point in the*Souttl or EaSt
apply to nearest Ticket Agent, or address
WIIS. UELLEN, JAMES BARKER,
Genl. Man. Gen Pass & T'k't A'gt.
ANSON, Northwestern Pas
senger Agent, No. 19 Nicollet House
Block, Minneapolis, Minn.
TUESDAY, i 8EPT. 11th and 25th.
OCT. 9th and 23d.
.VIA TH E
St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba R$
ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS
Points west of Gxand Ffirlcs DAKOTA an
MONTANA LESS THAN 03STE FARK. no roun*
trip rate being more than TWENTY DOLLARS, m,
eludmg GREAT FALLS, HELENA AN BUTTE,.
Persons desiring to take a trip unmigh Norther*.
Minnesota, Dakota or Montana for the purpose ot
looking over the country, or with the idea of selecting
new home within the boundaries of the GRAND ES1
WHEAT BELT IN THE. WORLD-, and an agricul
tural country suitable' for diversified farming, dairj.
and stock purposes, will do well to take advantage
of theser ates.
For maps and information apply to your hem*
ticket to any agent, of the company, or