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Encourage the enterprise by adver
tising with us.
Go to Black's Lunch Counter, 385
Try the celebrated Lainda Cigar, at the
Ryan Exchange, 415 Robert Street.
All subscribers will please notify us if
they fail to receive their paper promptly.
Don't forget the Prize Festival on
Monday evening at the A. M. E. church.
The Harrington-ShifFman boat race
takes place at Minnetonka, to-day. An
exciting contest is anticipated.
Howard's Quadrille Band is the latest
novelty in the dancing world. Charlie
will furnish music for Pic-nics, Parties,
The Deputy G. M. of the Grand Lodge
of Iowa, paid the office a visit this week
and reported the lodge in a flourishing
The weather has been so cool that
things at the lakes are very quiet and
backward and looks as if they will
have a short but lively season.
Class day at the High-shool on Tues
day, of the class of 85. was a great day
for them, and the exercises were very
interesting and were listened to by very
many of their friends.
Let everybody go to the PrizeFesti
val on next Monday evening June 30,
at the St. James Methodist church on
Fuller street near Elfelt street. Ad
misson ten cents.
Our fire comissioners are fully deter
mined to have better fire facilities, they
have ordered two new first classEngines,
and three chemicals, four new Houses
are to be erected.
Mr. J. C. Murray of Minneapolis in
tends on making his home with us, heboys.
has purchased a fine lot here this week
and will build soon. Jim. we welcome
you and your charming family back
amongst us once more.
On Tuesdaday evening Pfeifer's Hall
was crowded with the friends and par
ents of the children of the Cathedral
school, to witness the closing exercises
of that school which were very fine
and showed a marked improvement of
Go to the North Star Tonsorial Parlor.
The only Cosmopolitan Hair cutting and
Shaving establisment in the city.
All persons just arriving in the city
should give him a call.
S. C. WALDON, Prop.
In making up the report of the old
Folk's concert in our last issue, we unin
tentionally omitted to mention that the
singing of Mrs. Morgan and Miss Lizzie
Getty was very fine, and to much praise
cannot be given those who took part
in the exercise.
Young gentlemen, young ladies,
Old gentlemen and old ladies, any one
with intelligence, and all they that de
sire intelligence and are desirous of and
willing to aid in the formation of a liter
ary society, conducted upon a mutual
benefit basis, are invited to meet in
Pilgrim Church on Thursday 8 p. m.coming
July 2, 1885 to perfect such an organiza
We are glad to mention that the Pil
grim Baptist church has secured the
services of a regular pastor, and on last
Sunday evening the Rev. Byrd Wilkins
was duly installed he delivered a very
eloquent discourse, taking his text from
120 Psalm, first verse "In my distress I
called unto the Lord, and he heard me."
The subject of the sermon was, the
identity of Christian experiences of all
ages. There was a very large attendence,
and after services many accepted an in
vitation to make the Pastor's acquain
tance. Rev. B. Wilkins is a young man
of no little ability, and we heartily wel
com him among us, as the harvest is ripe
and the workers few. We hope he will
be the means of gathering many around
him in his good work.
A NEW CLUB.
On Wednesday eve last, about twenty
five of our young men met at 378 Minne
sota street, and organized a club for
pleasure and social entertainment. The
meeting was called to order by Mr. J. H.
Cunningham, who stated its objects in a
few well chosen remarks Mr. J. J. Chur
was appointed president pro tern, with
I. W. Evens as Sec'y. A committee on
permanent organization was appointed
and reported the following officers:
Thos. Jefferson, Pres.
John Garrett, Sec'y.
E. Lewis, Treas.
A committee on Constitution and By
Laws was appointed, who will report at
next meeting. Addresses were delivered
by Mr. John Garrett and others.
This club starts out with a goodly
number of members, and we hope they
Minneapolis Colored Cornet Band will
give an entertainment at Malcom's Hall
Minneapolis on June 30th.
Subscribe for the APPEAL, give it to
your friends so that they can read it and
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*i '*3^ i'*i.
Mr.Wm. Godett, has gone to Sioux
city on a visit*
Mr. John H. Lewis has returned from
Chicago, much improved in health.
The New York delegation, (attaches
of the Ryan) has arrived, and oh! my!!
Mr. Robert. H. Jones of Chicago, ar
rived in this city a few-days ago from
Winnepeg on his way East.
Mr. H. C. Reeves the headwaiter of
the Ryan and 25 men from New York
Mrs. Milton Fogg has returned home
from her trip to Nashville much pleased
with her trip.
Mr. Wm. McCoy paid a flying trip to
the city last week after a long absence,
and was heartly welcomed by his many
H. S. Green and John H. Graham de
parted last Saturday for Lake Park
Hotel, Minnetonka, where they will
spend the summer.
W. H. Duncan of White Bear and A.
Jackson of Spring Valley Hotel, Minne
tonka, paid their friends in this city a
short visit on Tuesday last.
Miss, Bertha Heathcock of the Dono
van Jubelee singers has been in the ctiy
for a few days visiting herfirendMrs.
Mrs- J. K, Hilliard Jr. and daughter
of Hudson Wis., was over visiting Mrs.
James K. Hilyard Sr., one day this week.
Chas. H. Lemas, a former colored
barber of the White House from the
time of the Grant administration, was
recently admitted to the bar of D. C.
All persons wishing to secure good
places will do well to advertise in the
APPEALIt falls in everybody's hands.
Our Man About Town.
T. B. is coming to the front look out
Miss L. G. was overjoyed at the ap
pearance of Mr. D. on Sunday.
The lady on Cooper street had better
look sharp or she may lose Harry.
N. J. L. is happy now that the lady on
Minnesota street has recovered from her
P. H. Q. seemed very much elated at
meeting a certain lady at Rice Park, on
Miss E. S. has a fine S. S. class, and the
boys turn out well. Is it the teacher, or
the benefit to be derived from attending?
J. N. has taken our advice about the
fence and has left town, Miss A. L. feels
A*id now that H. S. Green has gone,
the readers of our Funnygraphs cast a
sigh of relief.
We advise a certain society man, who
is a constant visitor on Sixth street, to
discontinue or we will mention his name.
Miss Addie Liggins was the recipient
of several beautiful presents on her
birth-day Monday June 22nd.
The irrepressible P. O. Miller, second
waiter at Lake Park Hotel, Minnetonka,
was in the city on Monday last, visiting
Miss L. B. C. has left town and G.
W. W. is nearly dead from the affects
of her leaving city O don't die she is
Our bright and shining lights, and
leaders of the race should not allow
themselves to be chosen umpires of
"crap" games. Look out! our man
about town is after you.
A. B. ought to receive better treat
ment from the lady on 6th street in re
turn for all the attention he bestows on
Miss L. G. our charming pianist, and
Miss L. L. created quite a sensation
with their Minneapolis swells" on
Stevans Lodge, No. 113, A. F. and A.
M., met on Tuesday evening, June 23,
and D. D. G. M. A. Robinson installed
the following officers, for the ensuing
H. Giles, W.\ M.\
Geo. Patterson, S.\ W.\
T. Bush, J.-. W.\
A. Robinson, T.\
C. H. Dorsey, S.\
P. Robinson, S.\ D.\
Wm. H. Smith, J.\ D.\
T. Starks, Tyler.
LODGE NO. 5 A. F. AND A.M.
Pioneer Lodge no. 5, of A. F. and
A. M. Working under the Jurisdiction
of the Grand Lodge of Missouri met
in their Hall on Fourth Street between
Cedar and Minnesota Streets. June 22.
The Lodge opened in due and anfirst
cient form, and the following officers
were duly elected and intstalled, for the
Thomas Williams, M.\ W.\
Joseph Allen, S.\ W.V
Henry Fry, J. W.
Solomon Hair, T.'.R.'. E.\ A.\S.\
Albert Jackson, S.\ E.\ C.4.
Fielding Combs, S.\ D.\
Robert McWilliams J.\ D.\
Daniel Hardy. C.', H.
John Logan, Tyler.
Albert Robinson, D.\ D.\ G.\ 'M.\
MSrchants Hotel Barber Shop.
TURKISH AND SHAMPOO.
HOT AND CO^D BATHS,
Cor. Third and Jackson Streets,
ST. PAUL, MINN.
HENRY E. WEDELSTAEDT,
BUNK BOOKS AND OFFICE SUPPLIES
Engraving, Printing and Binding a Specialty,
113 East Third Street St. Paul, Minn.
Is now ready to do all kinds of
CANE BOTTOM CHAIR WORK,
ON EASY TERMS.
Address all orders to
NO. 195 NORMS STREET.
CENTRAL CORNET BAND
Is now prepared to furnish music for
all kinds of Entertainments, Picnics, Etc.
1117 Third Avenue South,
GO TO THE
LIVE AND LE LIVE
385 Minnesota Street.
HOT AND GOLD MEAL S,
At all Hours, only 5 cents.
Think of it,
SAM'L BLACK, Prop.
BRYANT & HORTON,
WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS,
Maryland Club Rye, A Specialty.
385 Minnesota Street.
8 6 E. FIFTH ST.
Ladies and Children's Hair Cutting
ROOMS TO RENT
At Reasonable Prices.
MRS. A MORGAN,
392 Washington St.
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. B.
THE ladies Union Leage' meet the 2nd
Monday in every month. Mrs. James
Henry President Mrs. Ella Berry
UNION Benevolent Socity'meets every
and Third Tuesday in the month at
the P. B. Church .Mrs. R. T. Hickman
President Mrs. Underwood Vice Presi
dent Mrs. Love Secertary, Nelson
Taylor assistant Secretary. ,-s -,h
PIONEER Lodge, No. 12, A.*. F.'address
Av M.V meets, the first and Third,
Mondays in every month at their Lodge
room near Jackson and Seventh Streets.
STEVENS, Lodge, No 113, A.*. F.
A.*. M.\ meet every first and Third,
Tuesday in every month at Pioneer
T. H. LYLES.
HOT AND COLD BATHS,
First Class in Every Respect.
No 2 0 E. FOURTH ST.,
1 (COURT BLOCK.)
OLD CLOTHES MADE NEW.
J. K. HILYARD,
LATE OF PHILADELPHIA
RENOVATES AND REPAIRS
His Ne French Method of
468 Robert St., above 8th, ST. PAUL, MINN.
Quadrille Band, Any Number of pieces
Furnished For Public Or Private
1885. CALENDAR. 1885
T. A. Bartlett's
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 OUR GOODS AND
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Mrs. Frank Webb. Proprietor.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
374 Minnesota Street.
Headquarters for exponents of the
For Exercise go to Tom's.
MRS. T. H. LYLES
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NO 2 2 COURT BLOCK,
EAST FOURTH ST.
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