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THE SAINTLY CITY.
St Paul Melange-The Occurren
ces of tbe I'ast Week in the
Capical of Minnesota.
E verybod j'
Should go to.the
Grand League Entertainment
At St. James A. M. E, Church
Next Tuesday evening Januarv 7th
A grand programme. Admission iree.
btuves aokt on lustalluieuls at .Bene
dict's 7 Corners.
Miss Lizzie Roach has been a victim
i H*to I Grippe, daring the week, I.
e moHW afcBenedicis 7 Corners.
Jtf yo#* are in"wa it,ia,gfo heating
stove*at a vtto*ter?S|e price go to Benedict
Miss Ida Mink and Miss Rosa, Robin
son, are suffijiipg ixfita the Russian m
Mr. Jacob* Harris has been suffering
^Jjom an attack ohLa Grippe but he is
all right again.
First clasR rooms and meals mav be
obtained at Mrs. Lottie Roache's No. 41
E Rixth Ktreet.
Mr. John Blackmore, who has spent
several months in our city, left last Mon
day, for Chicago.
The entertainment of the Afro-Amer
ican League will be held at St. James
Church next Tuesday.
Master Willie Porter, a nephew of
Mrs. Emma Glover, arrived in the city
Thursday from Little Rock, Ark.
T-he olmnhiH Hmice
continues to fur
nihil those dilightfnl meals. If you
have not tried th -m do BO at once.
'lheie are some choice furnished
lor.nib hn rent at Mrs. Emma Glovers,
toi IK of Sixth and Robert streets.
FOR ^A LPA nrar olas three chau
barber shop feudally located, low rent
Addiess, E care of THE APPEAL.
A good way to get a start in the world
is to open an account with the Si. Paul
Savings Bank coi. Fifth and Jackson.
Are you among those who have not
paid their subscriptions to THE APPEAI
Thp office is at 76 East fifth street. Call
New Years Day was quiet and un
eventful only a very few persons kept
"Open House" and the callers were few
and far between.
A cei tain philanthropist buys a large
quantity of Dr. Bull's Cough Sprup every
winter and gives it to the poor suffering
from coughs and colds,
The North Star Ljceum will meet on
next Tuesday evening at St. James
church. The debate between Messrs.
McGhee and Parker will be the special
Visitors to this city will find it to their
advantage to obtain accommodations at
the "Little Ryen," corner of Sixth and
Robert, Mrs. Emma Glover, propnetoi.
Terms very reasonable.
St. Peter Claver's Catholic church
Market street opposite Rice Park. Mass
at 10 80 A. Sundays Sunday school
at 12 00 M. Instructions at 7:30
Rev Father Harrison, Pastor.
At the Olympic for next week they
have the extraordinary attraction the
dashing bursepquequeen LillieHall, the
swinging beauties, Milt G. Barlow the
great ccmedian and the American All
Star Combination presenting the fun
niest of burlesqaes "The Elopement."
Prices as usual, 15, 25,35, 50 and $1.00.
The Aronson Comic Opera Company
will appear at the Newmarket next
week. The first half of the week this
magnificent operatic organization will
present the New York Casino's greatest
opera success, Ermine. The latter half
of the week they will nroduce for the
first timtin this city, the Casino's latest
craze in \pera Nadjy. Thp operas as
presenteciby this company1
-JavisWyt scenery and costumes.
No doubt this company will enioy the
largest bu inesa played at the Newmar
ket this season.
One of the moss delightful events of
the week was the celebration by Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. Ktrtley of their "Wood
en Wedding" which occurred Monday
evening. A multitude of friends were
present and the tokens of love and es
teemtoo numerous to mentionwhich
they brought with them was evidence
that the hoppy couple have won many
hearts in St. Paul. Elegant refresh
ments were served in the very latest
style, and after a delightful evening the
guests departed wishing the host and
hostess many years of happiness and
The grand piano recital by Miss Hat
tie GibbB at Pilgrim Baptist church last
Wednesday evening was unquestionably
the rarest musical treat ever offered to
the people of our city. There was a
fair audience present and all were highly
pleased Fwith the musical feast. Prof.
Z. A. Coleman kindly filled Prof. J. W.
Luca's numbers on the program and
sustained his well earned laurels. Mrs.
Louis Wilson was in good voice and
showed by the hearty applause she re
ceived, the hold she has on the public.
Each of the participants won deserved
encores and tbe indispensible Miss Lulu
Griswold performed the thankless part
of acompanist, with her usual skill
though she was not encored. The fol
lowing program testifies to the musical
ability of Miss Gibbs as no one but a
thorough musician would attempt such a
Gavotte in major. Bache-Mason
Scherzo from Sonato Op. 22. Schuman
Vocal. "Will O' the Wisp"
Prof. Z. A. Coleman.
Silver Springs. Wm. Mason
Caprice in E flat Op. 104. Raff
Vocal, "The song that reached my heart"
Mrs. Louis Wilson.
Ballade in A flat. Reinecke
Vocal, ''Angels ever bright." Handel
Mrs. Louis Wilson.
Polonaise in E major. Liszt
Vocal. "Only to Love"
Z. A* Coleman, *$&&&
St. PattL Churches and Matters
Pertain to the Spiritual
Progress oi The ir
Pastors and People.
PILGRIM BAPTIST CHUKOT.
Repair the house of your God from
year to year, ye are the temple of the
Holy Ghot It is thus each year of life
comes to us, for each day a clean white
page and we are artists whose duty it is
to put something beautiful on the pages
one by one, or we are historians, and
must give to each page some record of
work or duty or victory to enshrine and
carry awav. How varied are the records
of each, how many steps we would like
to retrace, but alas they are gone for
ever. May each christian have learned
precious lessons from the year that has
passed and be better able to attain the
chief end of life. Watch meeting was
crowded, we could not furnish seating
loom enough, several asked the prayers
of the church, we had a joyful time,
Sunday morning covenant meeting,
come expecting a happy tune. Com
munion service in the evening. We ex
pect to observe the week of prayer, be
ginning on the 0th inst. Piayer meet
ing every night except Saturday. The
Literary Society will meet at Mrs. Harry
Howard's 582 St. Anthony ave Monday
ST. JAMES A. M. E. CHURCH.
A 11 o'clock A. M. will be the opening
sermon for the quarterly meeting. At 3
p. M. Rev. Kuigtit will preach, by special
request, a sermon delivered -by him two
years a^o at Chicago and with wonder
ful effect. Don't tail to hear it. Every
member in good standing is expected to
be present Sabbath unless prevented by
lawful and reasonable excuse. A good
Christian don't need to be urged to do
his duty. At night a memorial sermon
will be delivered in memory of those
who who have died during the year and
been buried from the church. All
friends ot the deceased are invited. On
Tuesday night, Jan. 7th Rev. Knight P.
E and Rev. Henderson pastor of et
James will organize into an A. M. E. so
ciety the flourishing band that has been
established by R. Taylor on the West
Side. At the request of Rev. Hender
son the Iowa onference appointed Rev.
Taylor, missiouary for the Northwest
and placed him under the supervision of
the St. Paul and Minneapolis pastors,
and it is with their suggestion and ap
proval that the West bide Mission ts to
be established. During the year, it is
hoped to organize at least three other
societies in the Northwest.
WEST SIDE MISSION.
The West Side Mission on watch meet
ing night was well attended with much
interest nnd the outlook for a great har
vest for this vear isgrand. The presence
of the Lord is seen in the work of brother
Taylor's hands but what he needd is, for
christi ms and sinners to take hold with
him. On next Sunday at 11 o'clock Rev.
Knight, P. E., will preach tbe sacra
mental sermon, alter which the sacra
ment will be given. All are welcome.
On Tuesday evening Jan. 7th Rev.
Knight will organize the the now-called
praying band into an A. M. E. Mission.
Those who are interested in the spirit
ual welfare of West S. Paul are requested
to be present at 8 o'clock sharp.
Miss Viola Berry is on the sick list
If you wish a just, fearless and pro
gressive papersubscribe for TIM APPEAL.
FOR SALE.A brand new silver valve
Lyon & Healy cornet. Apply at the of
fice of THE APPEAL.
Items of news for THE APPEAL may be
left at Columbus Waldon's barbershop
No 106 East Fifth street.
When you wish to enjoy a good meal
served in the latest style visit the Del
menico Restaurant No.lOS E. oth street,
When you wish one of the old fash
ioned, toothsome meals diop in at Mrs.
Mary Canada's No. 377 Robeit street and
you may get it.
Watcs *\t*$Hns were held at both the
Baptist qy& Methodist churches. A
very large*"~browd was present at the
Baptist church and a fairly large number
at the Methodist. Rev. Sheafe gave a
pleasant talk at the Baptist church and
Rev. Knight, P. E., preached a fine ser
mon at the Methodist. Seekers went
forward at both churches. The new
year was ushered in with prayer after
which friendly greetings were exchan
ged and the meetings closed.
THE FALLS CITY.
Louisville IjaconicsA Record of
the Happenings Among the
Colored Residents of
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
thanatMrs. Matilda Brown's No. 508
West Green street.
No one can witness the sufferings of
the baby, without feelings of extreme
pity for these .sufferings, however, Dr.
BalVftBahv Syrup it* the remedy $*-
.the ctosiug exercises of the Main
street nigh* school qceureed fast week.
The*c*hapel was filled to overflowing
with the friends and patrons of the night
school. Mr. John Drescher the popular
and efficient chairman of the committee
on night schools was present with a
large number ot teachers and friends of
the white schools, who manifested a
lively interest in the exercises, and at
the close ofthe program expressed them
selves delighted and highly entertained
by what they had seen and heard. The
following is the program of the evening:
Remarks, by Principal Wm. Perry
anthem, Lampton street choir, Mr. Mc
Daniels chorister, Miss H. M. Beau
champ pianist welcome, Miss Lavina
Thomas music, Eidelweiss Club, Miss
Florence Birney presiding at piano
lecitation, "Cheer Up" Mfes Lulu Du
cherson reading, "The Best Cow in
Mary Grant solo, Mrs.
Mollie Rogers essay, "What the future
demands of our young men and women"
Mr. William Richardson music, by
school, Mrs. S. G. Hutchinson at piano
oration, -'Sublimity of the Bible" Mr,
William Jackson solo, Miss Annie B.
Simms duet, Mrs. Beauchamp and Mr.
S. D. Balkman, Miss N. L. Frye at the
piano solo, Miss Ella B. Minor anthem,
Lampton Street Choir song, Eidelweiss
Oub song, School solo, Mr. George W.
Talbott solo, Mrs. Mary L. Mead solo,
Mr. S. D. Balkman benedictus, by
School, Addresses were made by Mr,
Drescher and Prof. Jones. After the
distribution of prizes and rewards, the
large assembly dispersed well pleased
with the efforts of Principal Perry and
his able co-laborers Mrs. Mary L. Mead
and Messrs. J. J. C. McKinley and J. E.
The most decided swell affair the Falls
City has witnessed for many moons was
the dress party given by Mr. Jerome
Bullock at his residence No, 1035
Seventh street, last week, in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Will H. Morris. The spacious
mansion was most brilliantly illuminated
and beautifully decorated with hot-house
plants and cut flowers. Louisville has a
world-wide reputation for containing
the most beautiful women in this coun
try, and she fully sustained her reputa
tion in the representations of the fair
sex present on this occasion. The affair
had been looked forward to by the belles
for some time and their costumes were
never more beautifnl as the following
list will testify:
Mrs. W H. Morris, cream Henrietta
lace, pearls, natural flowers.
Mrs. W. H. Steward, cream satin
trimmed in lavender moire ribbon, dia
Mrs. Chas. D. Sneed, black satin and
lace looped with roses, crimson satin
Mrs. Emma Robinson, black empress
SAINT PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS, MTNN^ SATURDAY, JANUARY 4,1890.
Mrs. Cassie Woodso% black Henrietta
Mrs. Virginia Trabue, blue China silk.
Mrs. L. S. Morris, pejarl gray satin, cut
Miss Lillie Morris, cream crepe de
chene and lace, pearls^*
Misss Marie Roxbfcyough, crepe de
chene, collar a la Medi$l, iace, pearls.
Miss Mary Robinsor.
ticoat, striped silk ga
collete corsage of dai|
Miss Lottie BryaH
brown satin, natural
crepe du chene and 1||
Miss Mary Fitzbnf
silver tinsel gauze ojr?
gauze over-dress,. 1
ream satin pet-
pearl net over
s, blue satin,
amonds. frD PAGE.)
THE FOTuRf pfiEAT.
St Louis' Social Matters Glean
ings of News Etc., Condensed
Into a Small Space for
Mrs. Jennie Reynolds has been quite
ill but is better.
Miss Gertrude Wright will spend the
holidays at home in Springfield, 111.
EXIT REX B0REALIS IN DISGUST, NO ICE PALACE.
Mrs. Dr Smith of Little Rock, spent
a day in the city recently enroute home.
Mrs. B. F. Rogers and daughter Miss
Laura, are in Springfield spending the
holidays with relatives and friends.
W. H. Farmer, Counselor and Attor
ney at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery,
will practice in all courts. Office, 1111
The manager acknowledges an invita
tion to the Third Annual Ball and Ban
quet of the Hotel Brotherhood which
takes place Jan. 13.
First class job printing of all kinds
done at THE APPEAL office No. 1002
Franklin avenue. Rates reasonable and
For strengthening and rehabilitating
tbe digestive organs there is no better
medicine than Laxador. At all drug
gists. Price only 25 cents. ,r-
Tins APPKAII is on.sale every week at
John Page's 705 N. 11th street, Hulet
Kirkpatrick's 1410 Morgan street, and at
he St. Louis office 1002 Franklin aye.
Miss Mary Mor.iecai gave a theatre
party last Saturday, in honor of Mrs.
Nettie Napier of Nashville. Among the
ladies present besides the hostess and
her guest were: Mrs. A. D. Langston,
Mary E. McLeod, and Jennie Morde
MissTizzie Thomas, the respected and
accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Thomas of Alton, 111., entertained
the choir of St. Elizabeth's church, at
breakfast Christmas morning at half past
five. She is tbe organist of this church
and is popular and highly efficient. All
the delicacies of the season were ably
and satisfactorily discussed by her visit
ors. The only guests outside of her
choir associates were Misses Belle
Thomas, E, V. Mordecai and Rev. J.
Panken S. J. This repast took place im
mediately after the 4 o'clock morning
mass, which was a model of excellence
in musical attainments.
Any subscriber of THE APPEAL who
would like to have a specimen copy of
the paper sent to a friend can be accom
modated by sending us on a postal card
the name and address to which he.
Would like to have the paper sen
THE FLOUR CITY.
Minneapolis and Minneopolitans
and The ir Where-abouts
Mr. Leslie Walker is improving.
Mrs. W. J. Wheaton is on the sick
Go to Mrs. Joyce's for your meals and
Go to Altman & Co. when you wish to
Services at the Bethesda church to
morrow as usual.
Mr. A. G. Plummer has been on the
THE APPEAL *office is now in roojmj^T
No. 24 S. Fifth street.
Mr. A. G. Plummer ias'beena victim
to "La Grippe'r
THE APPEAL IS toe bo'dest most pro
gressive and most enterprising news
paper of its class.
Wm. R. Morris attorney and coun
"celoi at lpw 24 Fifth street &., call on
him for legal advice.
Mr. Wm. McKay of St. Paul was en
tertained by Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Whea
ton on Monday for dinner.
Mr. T. F. Sublett of the Harvard law
school of Boston spent Monday and
Tuesday in our city the guest of Lawyer
Wm. R. Morris.
Tn order to make THE APPEAL interest
ing to you, send all matter of interest to
public and 3 ourselves to us the first ol
the week, it will cost you notniug.
When your friends come on a visit to
Minneapolis drop us a card to 24 5th
street S, the dale of their arrival, how
long they will remain and our name
Mr. Wm. R. Morris our esteemed at
torney-at-law has been promoted to the
ranks of Notary Public, within the last
few days. He is now prepared to serve
the public in thai capacity.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Johnson of 401
Washington ave. 8 entertained at din
ner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lee,
Mr. and Mrs. William Grooms, Miss
Maud RalBton, Messrs. Geo. Brady and
Rev. R. H. Williamson preached Sun
day morning at his church on Sanctifi
cation, which was well received by the
majority of his congregation, but by a
few it could not be received. Which
caused a very earnest discussion after
Mr. Geo. W. Nelson, our drug clerk,
has the reputation of possessing the
pink ol Propriety, which the following
incident will sustain. The other night
long after Mr, Nelson had retired he
was chagrined to see a portion of a
human carcass coming through a win
dow, when in his customary polite and
pleasant tone of voice he exclaimed.
"Please wait untill I get my clothes on!"
This had the desired effect.
The event of the new year has been
the celebration held at th G. A. R. Hall,
on New Years evening under the au
spices of Nat. Turner Ledge No. 2, K. of
P., Minneapolis. It has been but a
short while since, by the assistance of
Supreme Chancellor Williams and others
that Nat. Turner Lodge made her ad
vent in our fair city, and on this occasion
made her initial bow to the public by
giving a public installation and celebra
tion. It was about 9:30 p. H. when the
exercises of the evening began by Mas-
ter of Ceremonies Wheaton calling to
order and wishing all a Happy New
Year and announcing the exercises open.
After an overture by the Soul & Perry's
orchestia, Mr. J. G. Sterrett, Chancellor
Commander of Nat. Turner Lodge, made
a welcome address to Abraham Lodge
No. 1, of St. Paul. Miss Drucilla Dunjee
rendered a well received recitation.
Rev. R. H. Williamson made a most
eloquent address on "Calhoun's pro
phecy and its fullfiliment His speech
was one of great interesr and was well
received by those present. Mrs. Wm.
Smith looked her best when singing one
of her beautiful solos. Lawyer Wm.
R. Morris made an address on "Pyth
ians" which was of great interest, es
pecially to the members of the K. P.
order. He referred to Damon and Py
(CONTINUED ON SECOND PAGE)"
Chicago's Haps and'Mishaps and
Items of General Interest Ga
thered by the Staff of
Mr. Marian Johnson of St. Paul ism
Mr. A. Malone is in Louisville, visit
ing his brother.
Mr. W. C. Bell departed for Pass
Christian last Saturday.
Mr. Alex Taylor left last Friday for a
visit to his old home in Louisville.
Mr. S. L. Parks has opened a^coal
and wood office at 19226th street.
Nicely furnished rooms, for gentle
men only, at Mrs. Smith's 2027 Butter
Mr. A- Broadie has got rid of that $6
shirt by turning it over to Mr. M. C.
Hon. Frank Gayton, of Portland.Ore
is in the city the guest of Mr. F. W.
Furnished rooms to rent on reason
able terms at 288 Rush street, Mrs.
Mr. Harry Wilson of St. Paul stopped
over in the "Windv City', en route to
If you have anything to say to the
Colored people of Chicago, insert it in
Mrs. Loving, and her daughter Miss
Bella, leave this week for St, Paul to
spend the winter.
You can'get delicious
cents each, at Mrs. H. Pumpfrey's 8.0
State street 3d flat.
Will you attend tbe Convention of
Afro-American leagues which will be
held here Jan. 15''
Mr. George Jordan will lead one of
our fairest damsels to the altar next
month, so it is rumored.
Mrs. R. C. Young of Chicago is spend
ing the holidays in St. Louis as the guest
of Mrs. J. M. Armstrong.
Mr. C. F. Adams of THE APPEAL is
convalescing from an attack of the Rus
sian influenza or La Grippe.
Mrs. Carrie Letcher of 2955 Dearborn
street entertained a few of her friends
at a dinner party Tuesday eye.
If anything has been said or done by
the Colored people of Chicago you can
et full particulars in THE AFPKAI*
Mr. Charlie Williams gave a birthday
party to bis friends on the 28th. The
boys would like one every day Churlie.
Mr. T. Thomas Fortune, of New York,
is in the city for the purpose of perfect
ing arrangements for the coming Nation
al Convention of the Afro-American
Miss Ida Gray is suffering with the
Mr. John Sample, the handsome po
lice officer is on the sick list.
Mrs. W. S. Berry, Miss Lillie Hender
son and Mrs. John Taylor are on the
A number ofour young men are about
to organize a musical club for study and
Mr. R. Gordon, for 16 years the faitb
fut sexton of Union Baptist church died
Mrs. Susie E. Penn, of Jeffersonville,
Ind., who has been visiting relatives
here, returned home this week.
The Sunday school in connection with
Union Baptist church gave a fine Christ
mas dinner last Monday which was well
The co-operative grocery of Hays,
Watson & Co., is meeting with such suc
cess as to necessitate the employment
of a new clerk and two delivery wagons.
Mr. Robert Troy, Jr., received a very
handsome Christmas present from the
officers of the bank where he is employ
ed as a token of their appreciation of
his faithful services.
When yon take "The Burlington" for
all points South and West^Hfhe new
trains just placed in service***&- ,'ou the
best and quickest route to H*' Island,
St. Louis, Kansas City, St. Joseph, Atchi
son, Omaha and Denver. i
A New Deal.
"The Burlington," always desirous to
give its patrons the best service, has put
on another train to St. Louis, making
connection for all Southwestern points.
No other line offers equal accommoda-
LEADS ALL IN
$2.00 PER YEAR.
MULTUM IN PARVO.
News Pertaining to the Colored
People of the Land of the Free
and Home of the Brave.
Gathered From Everywhere.
Peter Jackson has notified the Califor
nia Athletic Club that he will sail for
America Jan. 15, and that $15,000 is the
size of the purse he wishes to fkht Sul
Bill Jones, the Colored man who puta
in most of his time eating beer glasses
and biting chunks out of pla^e glass win
dows has be^h sued at Cincinnati by his&
9hs Mtm* fy&tkM
stanrly killed. Glass egcai
A Colored man named JohnJ^Ague**'' S
caused much excitement^ral^r^sW
day at Des^Moines, Iowa, WcbasiW*
people around with an axe. *He struck
Abraham Warford on the head,~rnflit
ing a senous wound, and* threatened to""
kill several inmates of Jtougft? Elm
street. He was caught. m.Hie^ellfirof
his own house by Deputy Marshall
Burns, who'hurried him, into a patrol
wagon The Coloied man was crazed''
ith liquor, and fought furiously.
Rev. Dr. William Weston Patton,
president of the Howard University
Washington, died in Westfield N
Tuesday. He was in apparent good
heath on Monday and went out for a
walk that afternoon. At 5 o'clock be
was taken ill with congestion ofthe
lungs and at 1 o'clock this morning
Before Dr. Patton left WTashin^eh
ton for the holidays he sent in his resig
nation as president ofthe Howard Uni
versity. The resignation was to take
effect on Jan. 1,18y0. It had been ac
cepted and Rev. Dr. J. E. Rankin is to
succeed him. The funeral services were
held in Westfield on Thursday, Tbe
body will be taken to Hartford, Conn,
Shoes Shined by Steam.
Tbe day has long since gone by Wnen
a man, to have his shoes made things of
refulgent beauty, was forced to W
agains a fence or balance himself en one
foot asd have a youth offender
prod his bunions with a well-worn broalr
armchair a room cooled by revolving
fans in summer and heated by awrotund
whitewash stove in winter, and has a
man of mature years and good judgment
coax his boots into ebony loveliness
with an oiled cloth and a well-kept
wonderfully improved also.n The unaf
fected and funeral black Rlishf thatffa
faded generally to a pale and mottled
gray tint before the boots it covered had"
moved two blocks away has been suc
ceeded by a glittering and attractive
ebony luster that lasts sometimes for
two days. It would seem as if in thia
line of trade '-improvement could no
further go," says the New York Times,
but an enterprising firm of Colored gen
tlemen in Sixth avenue went "one bet
ter" a few days ago wben they flung to
the winds in front of their parlor a signr
SHOES SHINED BY STEAM,
"WHILE YOU WAIT."
The process of shining now occupies
but a minute, all told, and a shine is
put on one's shoes that is mirror-hke in
in its refulgence and almost everlasting
in its effects.
The motive power comes from tho
trenches of a steam-heating company
and the mechanism that controls the
brushes is nickel-pJated and glittering
to a degree. The blacking still has to
be applied to the shoes by hand, but
the owner ofthe establishment is form
ulating a scheme^that will render that
act possible by steam power also.
Helena is blessed with a fine pleasant
A portion ofthe crew has been put to
work at the new hotel.
Begin tbe new year right by subscrib
ing for THE APPEAL, apply to W. Zeigler.
The young men of our city gave a
grand ball Christmas night at Harmonia
Hall. Music was furnished byPinkney
and Brooks' orchestra, and the sweet
strains of music kept the guests tripping
the light fantastic toe until the early
morn. Among those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Crump, Mr. and Mrs.
Burnett, Mr. and Mrs. Brown, Mr. and
Mrs. Jefferson, Mr. and Mrs. McCall,
Mr. and Mrs. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Mar
shall, Mr. and Mrs. Sparks, Mr. and
Mrs. Mack, Mr.and Mrs.Sidney Misses
Eudora Crump, Hattie Benson, D. Blue,
J. Wilson, A. Heywood, M. Hall, N.
Faulkerson, A. Miller Messrs. Rideout,
Carpenter, Oglesby, Thomas, Minor.
Waltors, Scott, Talbot, Fisher. Averett,
Calvin and many others. The guests
were in full dress and all had a joyous
Fast Iiine to the South.
If you are going South for the winter
take tbe fast line, "The Burlington's"
Limited. You can reach Cincinnati at
7:00 p. M. the day after leaving home,
and make close connections with through
last trains for all Southern winter re-