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READ! READ!! READ!!!
The city is filling up with stangers
from all parts.
The music at Rice Park was enjoyed by
a large crowd last Wednesday
Go to the Silver Moon Restaurant for
hot meals and good coffee, see ad.
It is a settled fact that Wilson will
fight Cardift to-morrow Sunday.
Go to the picnic at Banholzers park
Thos. Jefferson contemplates open
ing a livery Stable, as soon as his horse
is able to get out of the hammock.
Some thing new yet old. The old
Folks concert Monday evening at
The old Folks' Concert to be given on
Monday night at Garfield Hall. Promies
to be a very grand affair.
When the collector comes around
please be ready for him, and don't give
him the cold shoulder, as it takes money
to run a newspaper.
Our young business man Mr. Robert
Smith has contracted for the laundry
work of one of the large hotels at Lake
Minnetonka, we wish hime Success.
Louis Scott, manager of the Grand
Opera, is in the East in the interest of
our St. Paul amusement going people.
Something good is sure to follow.
We took a flying trip to Minneapolis
on Monday last and was cordialy receiv
ed by our worthy Knight of the culinary
art R. C. Marshall.
Ask Mr. Bremer to tell you about the
big fish he caught at Jarvis Lake on
Wednesday last. Go and see "Bill,"
corner Rice and Carroll sts., he will use
you well. Bill, how much did the big
WE are glad to see that Messrs. Lee
and Hoff have opened a manufacturing
and general repairing shop of all kinds
of intricate and fine machinery at No.
?4( Sibley steet. It fills along felt gap.
We wish them success.
Bob Depew put that smoke-stack up
in good shape for Foot Schultze & Co.,
last week. We were present, and not a
word was said until the stack was in
"posish," although a fifty dollar bet
was against Bob. But Bob, of course
Now that George AV. Berry and H. W,
B. Greer, have left the city, the rays of
sunshine that have so long spread them
selves, over the domiciles of two society
favorites, has been succeeded, by a cloud
of darkness and despair.
Subscribe for the APPEAL, it starts out
with the largest circulation of any week
ly Journal published in Minnesota, it is
the peoples paper, retail dealers should
adverties in it.
A surprise party was tendered Miss,
Maggie Fogg at her home on East 6
straet on last Tuesday evening. The
young folks enjoyed themselves dancing
until early morn-
Subscribe for the "APPLAL its columns
are full of the latest interresting news,
it started out with a large circulation
than any weekly pape.x published in St.
Merchants, Farmers, Machanices
should advertise in the coluns of the
APPEAL because it reaches the house of
every working man in the city.
Dont forget the old Folks' Concert on
Monday evening at Garfield Hall, Jack
son street, bt. 5 and 6 streets, at 8
Let every body turn out and help the
A.M. E. church by attending the Old
TO THE PUBLIC.
We wish to call the attention of the
public generally to the fact we have
opened in connetion with this office a
general employment agency, and all
persons wishing good reliable help can
find them by applying, special attention
will be given to the furnishing only first
An agreeable informal party was ten
dered Mrs. Senator Burch, by Mr. and
Mrs. F. D. Parker at 181-W. 3rd St. on
last Tuesday evening. A very pleasant
time was spent by those present, the
evening being interspersed, with vocal
and instrumental music. Among the
guest were Messrs J. K. Hilyard and
wife' T. H. Lyle and wife, Jas. Loomis
ani wife, I Hill, wife and Daughter,
V/m. A. Hilyard and wife, Mrs. Wm.
Leggins and Daughter, Mrs, Win. Parker
and two Daughters, Mrs. Wm. Godett,
Mrs. Addison Drake, Mrs. York- Hop-
king, Mrs. Duckat, Mrs. Robert Smith,
Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. A. French and
Daughter,' Messrs. N. J. Loyd, H. S.
Green, P. H. Quarles, and Mr. Bennett.
A very pleasant and appreciatyie ser
anade was tended, Misses. Ida Williams,
Lulu Griswold, Lizzie Getty, Florence
French, Addie Liggins, Mrs. A. Cotton
and Mrs. A. Drake, on lastTuesday night,
by their gentlemen friends, Messrs. H. W
B. Greer, G. H. Berry and Mr. Bennett,
prior to the departure of the two former
gentlemen, for Yellow Stone Park.
Dr. Henderson of Chicago, is in the
The Hon. C. D. Gilfillan will leave
for Europe in a few day.
Charley Poison, of Hastings was in the
city last Tuesday. Charley we suspect
your visits my boy.
Mr. Albert Jackson and wife, left the
city last week for Minnetonka, Mr.
Jackson goes to fill the position, as
steward of the club house at Island Park.
Mr. J. H. Loomis and wife, F. D.
Parker and wife, at a dinner on last
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hilyard enter
tained, Mrs, Senator Burch, of New Or
leans, Mr. T. H. Lyle and wife, and
Mr. Will Godett, returned to the
city, last week. For some unknown
reason. "He would'nt and he coud'nt
and he would'nt stay away.
They Say That
P. H. Q. Takes great delight in bug
J. J. L. Is terribly Smitten on Miss,
J. N. Is trying to gain the affections of
Miss. A. L.
Miss. I. W. will pine away after G. W.
B. has left the city.
H. W. B. G. felt very sore at having to
leave the city and Miss.
Mrs, C. Is-awful glad "I see you," is
Miss, L. G. thinks, R. B. awrfully
J. D, is infatuated with the dimples of
G. II. thinks Miss, A. L. is a little
L. F. D. L. said when Miss, A. L. sang
"see saw," he saw her smile her
Now that, H. W. B, Greer has gone
to the far west, we are afraid that society
has lost its most important head.
W. W. thinks that to be in Miss, L.
G's company is a heaven on earth.
MR. EDITOR.While stroling around
in Rice Park the other evening
my attention was attracted, hy
a couple of persons, a lady and
gentleman, members of society who
were occupying a rustic seat, and en
gaged in earnest conversation, sneaking
upon, to the seat beside them, I was all
ears, as to what was being said. The
following conversation was being indulg
ed in, now my dear you know that
love you and wrould
not for wr
The Union Sunday school meets at
110 Washington ave. south, every
Sunday afternoon to which all are cr
dially invited to attend. The Supt. Mr.
Naal, will make it pleasant for you and
stave to make it entertaining enough to
Mr. Thomas Shaw of 235 Third Ave.
north, has refitted and remodeled his
old place. He now has one of the best
places of resort in the city. By the way,
Tom is an enterprising boy, and tries to
entertain his patrons and the public.
Go in, Tom, you are a good one the
Appeal wishes you a success.
Directory of Churches and
St. James A. M. E. Church near
corner of Fuller and Elfelt -St. services,
Sunday morning at 11 A. M. Evening
services 8 P. M. Rev. R. Knight Pastor,
THE WOMAN'S FOREIGN MISSION SO-
CIETY, meets cor. Grove and Broadway
streets, at Mrs. Moses Martin's, second.
Thursday in each month.
Pilgrim Baptist Church cor, of Cedar
near 13th Straet, services, Sunday,
morning at 10 A. M., Evening sevices 8
P.M., Prayer meeting Thursday Even
ings, all are invited to attend, Rev. R.
T. Hickman Pastor.
THE ladies Union Leage' meet the 2nd
Monday in every month. Mrs. James
Henry President Mrs. ,EUa Berry
UNION Benevolent Socity."meets every
first and Third Tuesday in the month at
the P. B. Church Mrs. R. T. Hickman
President Mrs. Uuderwood Vice Presi
dent Mrs. Love Secertery, Nelson
Taylor assistant Secretary.
PIONEER Lodge, No. 5, A/. F.*
Av M\. meets, the first and Third,
Mondays in every month at their Lodge
room near Jackson and Seventh Streets.
STEVENS, Lodge, No 113, A.*'. TV.
A.-. M.\ meet every first and Third^
Tuesday in every month at Pioneer
FOR MEN'S BOYS' & CHILDREN'S
For the Male Sex.
Lowest Prices for Finest Goods.
ONE PRICE O ALL!
All Goods Warranted as Represented,
or Money Refunded.
Boston One Price Clothing Huese,
COR. THIRD AND ROBERT STS.,
P. T. Kavanagh.
3 9 EAST THIRD ST.,
ST. PAUL, MINN.
orld for I
sake you, for every moment out of your
presence' seems an age and every hour
an eternitiy, yet dearest, you
know I must go away for a while. But
my love, she answered in her sweet and
timid voice, why cant you go to M. or
wait for the R. to open, why must you
go to Y. P. you know I cannot survive
without you for in you and for you alone
do I live. This fairly paralyzed me and
I sneaked oft to get my beer, yours
OF TH E
WILL BE GIVEN AT
BANHOLZER 'S PARK,
ON THURSDAY, JUNE, 18.
For the enefit of the
MUSIC AND DANCING.
ADMISSION, 25 CTsS:^^
COME ONE, COME Alili.
Take TV. Seventh St Cars to the Park.
T. H. LYLES.
HOT AND COLD BATHS,
First Class in Every Respect.
No 2 0 E. FOURTH ST.,
OLD CLOTHES MADE NEW.
J. K. HILYARD,
LATE OF PHILADELPHIA
RENOVATES AN REPAIRS
His Ne French Method of
468Robert St., above 8th, ST. PAUL, MINN.
Quadrille Band, Any Number of pieces
Furnished For Public Or Private
1885. CALENDAR. 1885
T. A. BARTLETTS
MAMMOTH CLOTHING HOUSE,'
Cor. 7th and Robert Streets.
ST. PAUL, MINN.
As we Manufacture all of our own
Clothing, you will" find each Garment
Marked in Plain Figures, at same Prices
as at our Factory in Chicago.
CALL AND SEE OUPv GOODS AND
PRICES. ONE PRICE ONLY.
THE WESTREN APPEAL
Published in the City of St.
Paul, Minnesota, will be
issued in the interest of the
Negro Race, and it is the
purpose of the Management
to make it a representative
Paper in every particular.
W will deal with all ques-
tions of interest to the race,
political, and social.
It will be independent in
Politics. Its columns will not
be open to the discussion
of personal greivances of a
private nature, but will con-
tain correspondenec each
week from the leading Cities
of the country.
Encourage us, and take
the "APPEAL." Subscribe
for it, read it, give it to your
friends to read so that they
can and will subscribefor it.
All Communications, subscrip-
tions, and for advertiseing" rates
addressed to JOHN Burgrett.
Room number three Lambert Block,
St. Paul Minnasot.
The APPEAL will be sent to any
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A year, for six Months $1.00,
address, S. E. HARDY Manager
ALSO FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
COFFINS, CASKETS, METALLIC BURIAL
This Beautiful Style shoe represents our Hand Made French .Calfskin
Custom Shoe, Price, $8,00 Equal to any $12.00 shoe made to measure. Colored
Tips of all kinds. Plain Toe and Tipped low shoes of all kinds. French and
English shoes. Remember we have the finest and best in the land. Our
great $3.50 Line of Men's Calf Hewed Shoe are equal to any $5.00 shoe sold.
LOVERING'S ONE PRICE SHOE HOUSE,
386 WABASHA STREET.
OPPOSITE P. 0. OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK.
GO! GO! GO! TO-DAY, TO
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^COR. FOURTH, FIFTH, & ST.PETER STS.,
^~x^ :^ST. PAUL, MINN.
offer.prices that are sure to
AND SEE THEM.
Why not furnish a small house and have the real enjoyment that home life
give us instead of boarding. You can do this through the
Furniture and Carpet House of SMITH' & FARWELL. 333-East Seventh
Stree St. Paul, and for very little ready money, obtaining the best
goods and latest designs at the lowest market prices.
DEALER I N
CASES, SHROUDS AMD EM-
ALSO A FINE HEARSE.
Nos. 16 & 18 East Sixth St.,
St. Paul, Minn.
John T. lay born,
507 St. Peter Street Between
Exchang- and tenth St.
ST. PAUL, Minn.
I remove, clean and relay carpets, take
care of rooms clean windows, and
do any and all work connected
with house-cleaning, and the
proper care of rooms and
buildings as janitor.
ORDERS RESPECTFULLY SOLICTED
White washing and Kalcimining, all
orders left at this office "will receive
P. H. Harris.
White Washing, And
All Orders promptly Attended to.
62 E. 3RD. ST.,
SILVEM MOON RESTAURANT
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
378 MINNESOTA STREET,
ST. PAUL MIN N.
Mrs. Frank Wehh. Proprietor.
The Only Sporting Paloon in the City.
GIVE TOM A CALL,
374 Minnesota Street.
MRS. T. H. LYLES
And Dealer in all hinds of
NO 2 2 COURT BLOCK,
EAST FOURTH ST.
GO AND SEE
Wf GJ0.DS AND H0TI0ifs
AN SAVE MONEY. "^J",
77WEST THIRD STREET,