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LEADS ALL IN I
HI E APPEA
CIRCULATION.
FIFTH YEAR.
THE GARDEN CITY.
Chicago's Haps and Mishaps and
Items of General Interest Ga
thered by the Staff of
APPEAL Reporters,
Be
"Sure To eat
dinner
Thursday, the 4th
At Quinn Chapel.
Mr. David Steward of Louisville, is in
'the city.
Mr. S. B. SimmsofOberlin, Ohio, is
in the city.
You must read THE APPEAL to be well
informed about Chicago affairs.
Mrs. Julia Goodrich of St. Louis is the
guest of Mrs. T. W. Henderson.
Eev. J. M. Washington spent several
days of last week in Indianapolis.
Mis. A. T. Hall, Jr., and her three
children have returned from Pittsburgh,
Pa.
Furnished rooms for gentlemen only,
at Mrs. S. Gant's, 213G and 2138 State
street.
Rooms and board for gentlemen only
at Mrs. H. Pumpfrej 's 510 State street,
third flat.
Mrs. Eva Lewis of Champaign, G. M. A.
of the Heroines of Jericho is in the city
this week.
Miss Irene Polk and her little sister
and biother will leave for Kentucky
Monday evening.
Mrs. J. W. Hackerney of St. Paul pass
ed through the city Tuesday, enroute for
Graud Rapids, Mich
Mrs. A. L. Graham of 3010 La Salle
street, leaves to-day for Cleveland. She
will return in August.
MiBsGeitrude Green of Champaign,
111., is the guest of Mrs. Geo. F. Ecton
3717 Buttei field street.
Messrs L. P. Blackburn ar.d Lewis
"Williams of Veitallies, Ky., spend a few
days in our city this week.
Should you wish first class meals
served in fiist class style try Mrs. J. H.
Hunters No. 201 Third A\e.
The Kindergarten Association will
hereaftei meet at Bethesda church, on
the second Tuesday of each month.
Prof. W. H. S Seals of Quincy, Grand
Lecturer of the Grand Lodge of Mason
of the State was in the city this week.
Mr. Carey Gray, and Mrs. Minnie
Wairen were married Monday night at
97 Spiing St., by Ilev. T. \V.Henderson.
Messrs. Pope and Smith, 121 Lake St.
will clean and repair your clothing and
make it as good as new. Give them a
trial.
Have you tried the meals at Mi. R. K.
Jones' No 211 Third ave. top flat? No.
Well, try them and you will not eat any
where else.
St Paul's picric takes place Wednes
day July 10 at Elliot Park Mattison, 111.
Train leaves depot at 9 o'clock stopping
at all btations.
If you wish to get household goods at
the lowest rates on time go to the
People's Outfitting Co, 171 and 173 W.
Madison street.
If you are looking for first class rooms
and meals try Mrs Lucy Brown No.
155 Third ave. near Polk street. Tian
sients accommodated.
Miss Callie Alexander arrived from
Denver last Saturday and will remain in
the city during the Summer, the guest
of Mrs. Ed. Meade 30th street.
Mr. Geo. Washington who is compil
ing the Christian's1
Directory requests
the ministers to onpoint young men to
assist him in preparing ihe work.
Rev. T. W. Henderson left for Cleve
land, Monday night to attend the Coun
cil of Bishops. He will be on hand Sun
day at the reopening of the church.
Miss Edith V. Mordecai of St. Louis
arrived in the city Thursday evening
and will remain a week or so the guest
of Mrs. Yeizer 2902 Butterfield street.
Mrs. T. W. Jones of 6655 Wentworth
Ave., entertained last Friday Mesdames
Fannie Bryant, Mellissa Brown, Louisa
Donohue and Mr. and Mrs. Hiram and
Mrs. Martin French.
The popular resort for the young folks
out South is the ice cream parlors of
Mr. I. B. Walters No. 2828 State street.
Sunday nights after church, if you wish
to be in the swim go to Walters'.
Hello, are you going to the picnic?
What picnic? Why the St. Thomas pic
nic. When? July 24th. Where? Eliot's
Park, Matteson, 111. How much? 50
cents. Why certainly can't miss that
picnic.
Mrs. Brooks, of 2422 Wentworth ave
nue, who it was thought, was becoming
insane because of the mysterious disap
pearance of her son, was made happy
Sunday by receiving word that her boy
was working in Joliet.
Mr. George Woodson of Beloit, Wis.,
spent a few days with his father, mother
and sister in this city at the residence of
Mr. T. F. Napier, and has returned to
Beloit where he lias spent several years
in college. His parents will remove to
Hannibal, Mo next week.
The Masonic fraternity of Chicago
celebrated last Sunday at Bethel Church
instead of Quinn Chapel as announced.
Addresses were delivered by Revs. J.
E. Jhompson, J. F. Thomos, J. H. Ma
gee, T- W, Henderson, A. T. Hall. All
of the Lodges, Chapters, Commanders
And Courts were out in full regalia.
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After an absence of two years Mr.
Howard B. Williams, residing at No/
2806 Dearborn street., leturned to the
city last week from an extended trip
throughout the West, where he will re
man until September. To an APPEAL
representative Mr. Williams recited
many thrilling acccounts of his experi
ence in the far-famed West.
Joseph Davis and Richard Neely be
came involved in a drunken brawl at
the corner of Polk street and Fourth
avenue earlv yesterday morning. Dur
ing the fight Neely struck Davis on the
bead with a heavy stone, fracturing his
skall. Davis was removed to the Coun
ty hospital and Neely was arrested at 6
o'clock last evening, and is held at the
Harrison stieet station pending the re
sult of Davis' injury.
CHURCH CIRCLES,
Chicago Churches and Matters
Pertaining: to the Spiritual
Progress of Their
Pastors and People.
The Herman Baptist church has
regular service every Sunday at 3 and
8 p. m.
Services at St. Luke's church Engle
wood, morning at 10:45 evening at 7:30
Sabbath school at 2.30.
Pullman Mission A. M. E. Church
service every Sunday at 3 o'clock. Rev.
J. H. W. Collins, pastor.
Services every Sunday morning at 11
and evening at 7:30 at St. Thomas Epis
copal Church, Rev. J. E. Thompson,
pastor.
Services at Emanuel Congregational
Church Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p.
m. Sunday school at 12:30. Rev. Simon
Peter Smith, pastor.
Shiloh Baptist Church 230 Sixty-third
street, Englewood. Sunday school at
3 o'clock. Services at 7.30 P. M. Prayer
meeting Wednesday.
The public is cordially invited to at
tend service at Olivet church every Sun
day morning at 11, and. evening at 7.30.
Sunday school at 2.30.
On Sabbath moring June 30th, there
will be the usual sen ices at the Grace
Presbyterian Church. In the evening
the saciaments of the Lord's Supper and
Baptism will be admsnistered. All are
invited.
Preaching at Giace Presbyterian
Church, 3233 State street, every Sunday
at II a. HI. and 8 p. m. sharp. Sunday
school at 12 15 p. m. All are cordially
invited to all the services. Pastor, Rev.
Moes Jackson, 3433 Butterfield stieet.
TheChuich of Chust meets in Apollo
Hall 2730 State street. Services Sunday
11. o'clock a. m. Sunday school at 2.30other
o'clock, evening service 7.30 p. m. Wed
nesday evening prayer meeting. All aie
welcome. W. G. F. Reed, pastor.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Turner returfied to
St. Paul, Tuesday.
Outing for Julv contains a capital
yachting article, entitled A Cruise of a
Pilot Boat, by C. E Woods. The draw
ings which the noted marine artist, F. S.
Cozzene, has furnished, adds greatly to
the value of the article.
Subscribers who change their place of
resilience should at once send a postal
card to THE APPEAL 325 Dearborn Chica
go, giving both the old and new address.
If this is done they'll be sure to re
ceive the paper regularly.
Childrens' day and quarterly review
at Olivet Sunday school at 2 o'clock
sharp to-morrow. Excellent programme
arranged especially for the children.
At the close of the exercises .a jar of
flowers will pe presented to each schol
ar.
Persons having local news, items etc.
for THE APPEAL should get to the office
as early' in the week as possible. If
they come late they may not get in,
as paid matter is given the preference.
Bring or send your items to the office
325 Dearborn street, suite 13-14-15.
The Garden City Lyceum met at their
new rooms 2518 State street, Monday
evening, and transacted their usual bus
mess. Messrs. Battles and Anderson Pre^dent
do so because they advertise in THE AP
PEAL
Notice.
Headquarters of the Commander-in
Chief of Prince Hall Consistory S. P. R.
L.32.
Attention, Princess: You will meet
at Apollo Hall, 2370 State St., promptly
at 1:30 p. m., on .Sunday, June 30th, for
the purpose of attending divine service
at St. Thomas' Church.
J. W. DCNMORE.
Olive Branch Tabernacle.
The Olive Branch Tabernacle No. 23,
celebrated their ninth anniversary at
their hall, corner of 16th and State Sts.,
Tuesday evening. A pleasant time was
passed by those present.
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i/ajfetw
OUR GREAT DETECTIVE.
The Good Work Done by Enos
Bond the Only Colored Offi
cer in Englewood.
Dastard Deeds of Darcey.
For sometime the people of Englewood
have been making complaint to the po
lice department concerning their flow
ers. A reward of $25 was offered a few
days ago and the police department
went to work. It resulted in the arrest
of Willie Burton, a Colored girl about
13, by ^nosBond, the Colored detective!
She would not go to school, but delight
ed in roaming aboj&the j|trej^*tiUlM*C5"v
hours of the day and night, and has
made several tours of the Washington
Park fctables where she had been known
to spend the nighi. Upon returning
from the stable on one occasion she was
very ill and it wab believed that she had
been tampered with. She was finally
prevailed upon to give the names of a
following men and boys, some of whom
are located about Englewood Dan
Greene, Joe Darcey, Mon Alsip, John
Ransom, Wm. Koache, and Jas. Watson,
all of whom were arrested with a num
ber of others. Joe Darcey is the engi
neer at the Washington Park stables.and
it is claimed that he dragged the girl in
to the engine-room where he criminally
assaulted her. The matler, it is said, was
reported at the Englewood police station
about a month ago, but no action taken
until recently Enos Bond was put
on the force. The men were arraigned
before Justice Cadwell who Held them
ovei to the grand jury with bonds rang
ing from $1,000 to $ ,000 It is said that
while one man was on trial he arose and
said:" "Mr. Judge, it may be that you
know your business, but allow me to say
to you that I am a child of God. I am
an active worker in the Salvation Army
I am working to save souls. I was trying
to make a Christian out of the little girl.
I often prayed with her." "Put up
2,000 and tell your story to the grand
jury," said the judge. The girl was sent
to the House ol Good Shepherd last
week.
The Event ot the Season.
Godfrey Command^ery No. 5, K. T.,
will give their eighth annual picnic at
Island Park, Tuesday, July 16th, 1889.
This park needs no recommendation as
it is conceded by all to be the model pic
nic ground near Chicago. It is on the
C. &. E. I. R. fifty miles from the
city. There is a commodious dance hall
on the premises, and there will be
boating, hunting, fishing, bathing
and all other out door sports that
Christians can indulge in without marr
ing their Christian feelings. Like all
excursions given by Godfrey
Comraandery, this will be the grandest
aftair of the season. We therefore cor
dially invite our friends to accompany
us to the banner picnic grounds of the
Northwest, as this will be the only op
portunity this season.
No questionable characters will be al
lowed on the train, and if they intrude
they will be unceremoniously ejected.
The traiu, consisting of fourteen ele
gantly furnished coaches will leave the
Polk street depot at 9:30 a. m., stopping
five minutes at 63rd street, Englewood,
and arriving at Island Park at 11:30 a.
m. Those failing to get invitations can
procure them from the committee.
Round trip tickets $1.00 half tickets, 50.
COMMITTEE.
presented the society witn a set of books
All correspondence for this club should
be addressed B. A. Lewis, Correspond
ing Secretary, 432 State street.
The readers of THE APPEAL will do a
friendly act and one that will benefit
the paper greatlv. by spending their
money with the people who advertise
in it. They are anxious for your trade
and prove it by advertising in this
paper. Help those that help you, or,
help your institutions. Read all the ad
vertisements as carefully as you do any
thing else and, when vou patronize our Seminary. Among others on whom
advertisers, please let them know you the tonsure was bestowed was Charles
Randolph Uncles, a Colored student
Sir John Walker, Sir Jordan Allen,
Sir William Sandusky, Sir Isaac Calbert,
Sir Henry S. Cooper, Sir IsaacH. Allen,
Sir William Oliver Sir R. H. Chatman,
treasurer Sir Geo. W. Preston, chair
man Sir Geo. W. Rucker, secretary.
G. C. L,. C.
The Third Annual Musical and Liter
ary entertainment of the Garden City
Literary Club took place Wednesday
evening June 26 at Ousley's Hall., cor
ner of Manison and Robey streets. An
excellent literary programme was rend
ered after which dancing was indulged
in until a late hour. The following are
the officers of the club: James Neal,
Mrs. A. Moody, vice presi
dent I. W. Venie, secretary H. T.
Richardson, recording secretary Mrs.
A. E. Watkins, treasurer T. Ralls, man
ager T. J. Napier, master of ceremonies
Miss Rosia Smith, Pianist.
The place to get anything in the jew
elry line or to have repairing done is at
Henry Ritter's No. 3152 State street.
Received the Tonsure.
Baltimore, June 21.Cardinal Gib
bons recently ordained a number of stu
dents of St. Sulpice and bt. Joseph's
of St. Joseph's, who will be the
first Colored priest ordained in Ameri
ca. He is a native of Baltimore, and has
been all his life a resident of this city.
He was among the first to enter St. Jo
seph's Seminary, the aim of which insti
tution is to prepare priests for work
among Colored people.
There is but one Colored priest in this
country now. He was educated in Eng
land, ordained in Rome, and is now sta
tioned in Illinois. The Cardinal also or
dained M. P. Heffernan, of Philadelphia
Romano Ferrer, of Catalonia, Spain,and
Thomas O. Farrell, of Ohio, who are all
studying for the Colored mission work.
Highland Park hotel has been donated
for the Apostolic Colored College, and
will be known as the Epiphany College'
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ST. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS AND fBLIOAGO. SATURDAY. JUNE 29,188%
where stude
ter the semin
Cathedral wey^
music of the hi
al administer
with a pair
candidate's then the candi
sock and sur
bestowed.
The elevatib
[Will be prepared to en
The services at the
impressive, and the
ist order. The Cardin-
tonsure by cutting
irs four locks off each
in the form of a cross,
\tas vested with cas
and the final blessing
of Colored men to the
priesthood, is injflursuance of the decree
by tjt
send Colored'^
to work amon
Cardinal is
their own race
among the
priests. The
first step towai
last Plenary council to
lionaries to the South
Colored people. The
ie opinion that men of
have more influence
bed men than white
'ation of Uncles is the
ngout the decree.
THE SUT LY CITY.
St Paul Melange-The Occurren
ces of the Past Week in the
Capital of Minnesota.
Newsy Newslets.
The Fourth of July next Thursday.
Mr. John G. Harper of Chicago was in
the city last Saturday.
Mr. Robt. Jefferson has moved from
198 West Third to 159 Martin Street.
Mrs. M. J. Leavett left last week for
Asbury Park, N. J., to spend the sum
mer.
Mrs. Estella Wilkins, 214 Norris street
first class dressmaker. Stylish suits
made for $4 and upward. Satisfaction
guaranteed.
One of the nicest places in the city to
get table board is ,Hotel de Mink, No.
56 E. Sixth street. If you haven't been
there go and learn for yourself.
Should you need anything in the jew
elry line, call on John D. Bodford 380
East Seventh street, and save ten per
cent. Read his advertisement on fourth
page.
Mr. John Morris, who has been the
guest of Mrs. L. A, Robinson, for some
time, was last week suddenly called
away on account of the death of his fa
ther at Wilberforce.
Transient visitors to St. Paul, and
single gentlemen* who desire first class
lodgings, can usually find accomodations
at Mrs. Emma Glovers No. 394 Robert
street, corner of Sixth.
THE. APPEAL tellers thanks to Mr. C.
M. Bonneau for a basket of the finest
brook trout and a fillet of venison sent
from Brule, Wi3., where he with an
outing party are having great times.
High mass will be celebrated at the
Colored Catholic church at 10.00 o'clock
a. m. to-morrow, Father Sullivan officiat
ing. Sunday school at 12 m. Evening
services at 7 30 conducted by Father
Shanley.
The office of THE APPKAL has been
moved from Union Block to No 76 East
Fifth street between Cedar and Minn
esota where we have more commodions
and desirable quarters. All of our
friends are invited to call at any time.
Mrs. Nancy M. Weir has recently
opened an ice cream and coffee parlor
at her resident No. 602 Wabasha street.
Ladies, gentlemen and children who
wish to enjoy a dish of elegant home
made ice-cream or a cup of good coffee,
should catl.
The Eureka brass band will give a pic
nic at Lake Minnetonka on July 15th.
They hope to make the occasion one of
pleasure to all who attend. They have
done much for the people, and it now
becomes the duty of the people to return
the complimeut.
Marrs. Lodge G. U. O. of O. F. will
give its annual picnic and celebration
at Spring Park Aug. ]st. This is the
day we celebrate and the committee in
charge are making every effort to have
the coming celebration exceed any
former one. Sealed bids for the refresh
ment privileges and dancing pavillion
should be addressed to J. B. Johnson.
Mr. George Brown the original pro
prietor of The Rialto, No 378 Minnesota
street, has again taken possession of the
restaurant. He has renovated the
whole place andt has re-papered and
painted it on a nice attractive style mak
ing it one of the neatest eating houses
in the city. He has placed the price of
regular meals at 15 cents and serves the
best meals to be found in the* city at
that price. A visit to his place will con
vince the most skeptical. Give him a
call. Meals to order at all hours.
The testimonial to Mrs, W. H. Clay at j2f
St. James church Monday night was.
very pleasant occasion for all the parti
cipants. There as a duet by Misses Stel
la Bird and Maud Conway a solo by
Prof. J. W. Luca, a solo by Mr. J. P. An
derson, and also an address. Mr. D. Ha
din presented a magnificent boquet and
a purse of money was also presented.
Mrs. Clay left for Batavia, 111, Wednes
day, where she will spend the summer.
l.
The article in last week's paper, in
reference to the son of W. I. Evans, be
ing shot at by the special policeman,
Charles Fonntain, was a little mislead
ing. The facts are, the boy was not in
the woodyard atjall, bat was sitting talk
ing to another boy,: and having made
some remark whicfe^was overheard by
Fountaine, and which he did not like
he* used bis authority to attempt to srl
rest him, and as he ran to escape arrest
he shot at him. The action of Fonntain
in the matter was very reprehensible,
yet when the matter was called in court
he was discharged.
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THE FALLS CITY.
Louisville LaconicsA Record of
the Happenings Among the
Colored Residents of
Kentucky's Metropolis.
THE APPEAL is on sale every week at
these places: Bud. Malone's, 509 W.
Green stieet C. Smith's 411 First street
Henry Norton's, 927 W, Walnut street
J. H. Taylor's, 515 W.Broadway J. H.
Joran's Jackson and Caldwell streets.
George Rogers, a Colored boy, was ar
rested by Officers Donovan and Stone,
at a second-hand store on Marketstreet,
yesterday morning, while trying to dis
pose of two pairs of pantaloons. It was
afterward learned that he had stolen
them from Pelle's tailor shop at 538
West market stkeet.
The news of the outrage committed
on one of the girl's of the Colored Or
phans Home, spread like wild-fire, and
is pionounced one of the meanest things
ever perpetrated here. THE APPEAL re
porter saw several members of the
Board of Directors, but they declined
to say anything and averse to giving any
facts in the case, but, sa a member of
the Board to the reporter: I think
the public ought to have the true facts
in the case, every iota this is tue pub
lic's institution and as aboard of direct
ors we are doing business for them.
They should know that the girl has been
away from the Home about three mouths
and that a still search has been made
since then, but without avail until re
cently, and to our astonishment she was
rained. Said he: "You would be sur
prised to know that the girl was carried
over to New Albany, and the girl her
self, divulged to a committeeman the
whole thing who committed the crime,
and how she came to be in New Alba-
ny." I tell vou it is awful." The
action of the directors holding a meeting
and appointing a committee is comment
ed on and the immediate stepn by
the board
T-P&**. "x*
Brown leaves to-day for
Miss Nettie
Frankfort.
Miss Eliza Moxley who has been sick
is convalescent.
Rev. D. S. Bently of Pittsburgh was in
the city this week.
Mrs. Fanie Bell of 7th street who has
been quite ill is better.
glad to know^he?^mpVovin^^^
Mr. Merriwether Johnson has gone to
Chicago to permanently reside.
Messrs. C. Parham and Geo. Johnson
of New Albany were in the city Monday.
The engagement of Miss Mary Robin
son to a prominent Chicago doctor is an
nounced.
Wm. Watson, the Undertaker, 813
Ninth Btreet is prompt and reliable in all
his dealings.
Bring your job printing to the Louis
ville office of THE APPEAL, 312 W. Jeffer
son St. Good work at reasonable rates.
Visitors in Louisville cannot find a
better place to get good board and room
than at Mrs. Matilda Brown's No. 509Paul
West Green street.
Prince Moo-Moo of West Africa who
is attending school at Central Tennesee
College, Nashville was in the city last
week the guest of Mrs. L. P.S.Taylor,
513 Lampton street.
Alfred Bibb, the Id Colored news
paper carrier, won $100 on the Chicago
Derby yesterday. He placed his money
on Spokane, and was the happiest man
in the city last evening.
Miss Sarah Campbell was tendered a
surprise Thursday evening at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brown, 508
Roselane piior to her leaving for Dan
ville, K., to spend the summer.
There have been more excursions
among the Colored people this year
than ever before. Ntxt winter many
who are now giving the railroads their
money will be suffeiing for want of
bread.
It is said that several prominent
young ladies, while passing the Pick
wich Club rapped on the windows to at
tract the members' attention Presi
dent Baine says he'll stop that kind of
business.
Mr. Richard Wright who has been at
tending the Episcopal Theological school
in New York is in the city. Mr. Wright
is a West Indian and has been in this
country about seven years. He com
pletes his studies in '91.
fltre 8taken
tl
8erv 1
to
M.I. JL confidence of the public in regard to the
faithful discharge of the duty of such of
ficial committee with the Home.
It is not a Baptist, Methodist, Episco
palian, Presbyterian or any other de
nominational institution, but belongs to
people, fhe Home was organized
the
about twelve years ago and was put on
permanent basis by leading white citi
zens. It is sustained by collections
lifted in churches, society, lodge, and
individual membership fee, and means
otherwise solicited. No longer than
last year $5,000 was left to the Home by
Mr. Mayer, deceased.
The public is looking forward to the
Board for full details, and not until this
is done, as the people's Home it will not
thrive.
i The reporter asked what was done at
the Board meeting.
The member said "the matron's posi
tion, hact been declared: vacant and she
ordered to leave the premises and a
committee was appointed to see that she,
left the next day. Mrs. Mary L. Mead
&u
resigned and the Rev. Wm. J. Simmons
eleeted vice-president,
Mary Fisher, a Colored girl, is vale
dictorian of the graduating class of the
Atchison high school.
Last Thursday a prize fight of two
rounds was fought at Marion, Ind., be
tween Albert Milton, Colored, and El
mer Shook, a white nfen. In the first
round Milton received a vicious blow in
the meuth and Shook stopped a hard
blow with his forehead. In the second
round Milton forced the fighting and
got in a crusher on Shook's nose which
knocked him down and stunned him.
Shook was unable to respond at the call
of time and Milton was awarded the
fight. Seventy-five spectators witnessed
the fight.
THE FLOUR CITY.
Minneapolis and Minncopolitans
and Their Where-abouts
and Whatabouts.
Personal Pick-ups.
Mr. M. E. Singleton spent Sunday af
ternoon visiting in the Saintly City.
Mrs. A. Tate of Jackson, Mich., is in
the city visiting Rev. and Mrs. Thomas.
Mrs. Sarah Farr has been quite ill in St.
for several days, but is now able to
be up.
The church matters at the St. Peters
have taken a complete change, whereas
several weeks ago discontent reigned
supreme but has now vacated and al
lowed piece and harmony to take its
place. Rev. Williamson is being well
liked and will unndoubtedly make a
grand success of the work here.
There will be services at the St. James
A. M. E. church on the East Side to
morrow morning and evening. The
local preacher of St. Peters, Rev. E. A.
Mitchell will have charge during the
day. *The local preacher of the St.
James in St. Paul will have charce the
following Sunday. The church will be
supplied in this way until conference.
Boarding house for sale reasonale.
The Glyndon house 119 3d St. S. Min
neapolis, a fine large house with 16
sleeping rooms, office, sitting-room,
dining room and kitchen fitted up in
first class style, doing good business.
The reason for selling is the ill health
of the landlady Mrs. Geo. Williams.
For further particulars address 219 3d
St. S. Minneapolis.
Rev. J. W. Dunjee preached a very
logical sermon Sunday evening to his
congregation. The Unique Baptists are
having very brilliant prospects for a suc-
pastor. The Rev. will preach a sermon
present
Anchor lodge No. 14, A. F. and A. M.,
held their annual public installation of
officers at their hall Monday evening,
Rev. C. H. Thomas officiating. The fol
lowing were installed: C. F. Davis, W.
D. F. McFarland, S. W. S.Smith, S.
W. T. A. Jackson, Trees. M. W. Weav
er, Sec A. H. Myrick, S. D. A.G.
Plummer, J. D. C. W. Lee. S. S. G.
refreshments were served and all pres
ent enjoyed themselves until a late
hour.
The services at the St. Peters' to-mor
row will be as follows. Preaching at
10:30 a. m., ass meeting at 12 a. m.,
Sabbath school at 3 p. m.t Young Peo
ples' meeting at 7 p. m. Preaching at 8
p. m. Theme, "The secret of Asa's
Success," 15th Chapt., 7th verse, 2d
Chron. The new choir, under the su
pervision of Mrs. R. J.Coleman, will
make their first appearance in the eve
ning. The pastor Rev. Williamson de
sires that all members and friends of
his church will prepare and leave their
address for him daring the day, that he
may ^be able upon, taking up the new
work tofindyou.
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NEWS MATTER.
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Elder Knight and Rev. Williamson just now by the French ladies of fashion
Crosle's Friday of
dined at Mrs. Wm.
last week
Services as usual at the Zion Baptist
church on East Side. Rev. Fred Lo
mack, pastor.
Mesdames Wm. Crosle, Nora Moore,
R. Burke, and Geo, Williams, spent
Sunday afternoon in St. Paul.
Go to Dorsett and Co. 418 Nicollet are.
for cream they will furnish at reduced
rates to churches and societies.
Misses Julia Branch and Jennie Hil
yer will spend the summer at the Lake
the guests of Mrs. Lucy Smith.
Mrs. Lucy Smith the mother of Mrs.
A. G. Pluminer has taken a cottage at
Lake Minnetonka for the summer.
Miss L. Brooks of Madison, Wis., ar
rived in the city last Thursday on a visit
to her friends and relatives. She will
spend her vacation here.
Services at the Unique Baptist church
will be as follows: To-morrow at 10.30
a. m. preaching at 3*30 p. m. Sunday
school. Mr. Joseph Gibbs superintend
ent at 8 p. m. preaching by Rev. J. W.
Dunjee, pastor.
A very pleasant social affair occurred
at the residence of Mrs. H. Mitchell's
Tuesday evening, it being the nineteenth
birthday anniversary of Annie B. Mitch
ell. A number of young people were
piesent and were afforded a very pleas
ant time.
MULTUM IN PARVO.
News Pertaining to the Colored*
People of the Land of the Free
and Home of the Brav e.
Gathered From Everywhere.
In a row on Sunday between Colored
men and Hungarians at Haverstraw, N.
Y., four of the latter were shot, one be
ing killed instantly,and another mortal
ly wounded.
Albert Younj? and Henry Crump, Col
ored, of Texarkana, Tex., became in
volved in a difficulty Monday night,
which resulted: in Crnmp killing Young
.S, ^.-j*V--
SamCofeman, Colote'31ras called to
the door of his home near Hopkinsvilie
Friday night, and after a desperate
struggle with two unknown men, was
shot and killed. The assassins escaped.
John Williams, a bachelor in Augusta,
Me., was told that a certain widow had
set her cap for him, and John was so
afraid that he might be roped into mar
riage that he went to the barn and
hanged himself.
So far, the monarchs who have visited
the Paris exhibition are "gentlemen of
color." Thus, his majesty King Dinah
Salifou is the king of Naion, a not very
large district on the banks of the Sene
gal. The "Black Chief," of herculean
proportions, who is being so lionized
not really a reigning chief at all, but
is the son of the chief oil aeotantry known
as the Mellacorea. which is under
Fiench protection.
Last Saturday at Tiptonville, Tenn.,
a sort of mob composed of Colored
gamblers hung Alf Hawkins in a fit of
rage. It seems that he had won all the
money the men had, and they, enraged
at their loss, carried him forcibly off of
a boat, first throwing a saek over his
head to prevent his outeries from at
tracting attention. They then carried
him into the woods and drew him up
to a limb, demanding that he should re
turn the money. He refused to com
ply with their wishes, and they jerked
him up for good. He lived in Mem
phis, and was a noted gambler.
Stephen Hodge, an old Colored man,
was killed last Saturday by Benjamin
Lawson, a farmer, living near Upper
Marlboro, Ind., Lawson is now in jail
Lawson was in Upper Marlboro in the
morning. He started for home about
11 o'clock. Arriving there, he found
old "Uncle Steve" and a young man
named James Stewart Dear his corn
house. They had an ox cart with them.
Lawson, thinking they had been steal
ing his corn, struck the old man a ter
rific crack on the head with a stick. The
blow smashed the old man's skull, anJ
he fell in his tracks. Lawson then tied
the old man's hands and feet with a
rope and left him lying there. The Col
ored population are very much excited
over the murder and all classes of citi
zens regard it as a brutal crime.
Doings in Dulut h.
cessful future.with Rev. Mr. Dunjee as whether members or not. An interest
ing feature of last week was a spelling:
on Colored Newspapers Sunday evening
Mr. W. H. Bryant took a trip to Atlan
tic City, N. J., this week..
Mrs. George Tompkins,who has resid
ed in our city for the past six months,
left for Chicago Tuesdav to permanent
ly reside.
Mrs. T. G. Harcourt, of Two Harbors,
Minn., spent several days in our city
last week, the guest of Misses Lillie
Richey and S. Byas.
The newly organized church will be
known hereafter as St. Mark A. M. E
church: A meeting was held last Friday
night, and Messrs. J. M. Murphy, J. N.
Richey and J. H. Simms were elected
trustees.
Mrs. Frank White who came to this
city from Morestown, Pa.,tojoin her hus
band about three weeks ago, is a valua
ble addition to our society. Mr. and
Mrs. White are now comfortably settled
in their new residence No. 314, Fourth
street, W.
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Pilgrrim Baptist Church.
The church aid society is furnishing
good healthful entertainments for all,
ma
July 14th. Colored newspaper cranks Nellie Griswold were chosen captains,
and editors are especially invited to be Each chose nine persons. Mr. H. Htm
ting was conductor. The spelling was
good and many held their places along
time, Mr. Curtis carried off the palm.
The society is to givea picnic on the 4th.
The programme for Monday evening is
good. Our Sunday school is growing in
numbers and interest every week, the
superintendent spares no pains to have
the best help that he can get on the
lessons, and to have the teachers well
riuutuir, o. x., \J. T uee. O. Lr. ^.vwio
Bolden, Tyler. After the ceremonies P^pared for their work. It is to be re-
tch, Mr. R. S, Anderson and Miss
gretted that more of the workers were
not at the Sunday school convention.
The annual meeting of church and so
ciety is to be held on the 23d of July,
there are three trustees to be elected.
We want allthe members and friends
to come. Sunday as usual was a day of'
spiritual blessing, the early prayer meet
ing was well attended, and much en
joyed. The next meeting will be at Mr. .r
H. Wright's on Ellen street. There are
a number on the sick list Madames
Morgan, on Thomas street 'Smith, on
Ellen street Smith, on Robert street '^S
and Rolland, on the West Side. I*t't
every christian do all he can for suffer
ing humanity, regardless of what church
or society they may belong. Don't fail
to come to church early 'Sunday morn* V^
ing. The early bird gets the. worm.. *y

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