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.SATURDAY, MAY 7th, 1887.
MB. AND MBS. T. H. LYLSS left for a
trip to Burlington, Iowa, Monday.^t&*
MB. AND MBS. WM. RIBGEWAY enter
tained Mr. John Tasker, of New York,
at 5 o'clock tea Wednesdcy. Mr. Tas
ker is in charge of Mme. Sarah Bern
hardt's private car.
MBS. WILLIAM SCOTT left the city for
Ann Arbor, Mich., Tuesday, accompani
ed by her sister, Miss Mattie Winborr,
who has been in the city visiting for
The May Party.
The second party of the Excelsior
Literary and Social Club took place in
Windom Hall, Minneapolis, last Tues
day night and was a very brilliant affair.
The event of the evening was the
crowning of the Queen of May which
occurred after the seventh number on
the program. The ceremonies began
by a grand march led by Mrs. Katie
Mason and Mr. C. L. Hunt, after which
the guests were drawn up in two columns
extending the entire length of the hall.
There was a raised diasat one end of the
hall upon which a throne beautifully
decorated with bunting andflowerswas
prepared. At ten o'clock the trumpet
sounded the approach of the royal
calvacade and while the orchestra play
ed a march the Queen was escorted to
the throne by the Maids and Princes of
Honor. There she was met by Mr. A.
G. Plummer, masterof ceremonies, who
with an appropriate speech crowned her
Queen of May placing upon her head a
chaplet of rare flowers, the beauty of
which were fully equaled by the fair
young brow upon which they were
placed. The Queen was Miss Hattie
Jordan, just sweet sixteen, whose regal
beauty was further enhanced by a
costume of cream satin, full frain, cry
stal front, Queen Elizabeth corsage and
oriental lace drapery. Her tiny feet
were encased in white kid slippers and
her shapely arms in long lace gloves a
pearl necklace encircled herlovely neck
and diamonds glittered in her shell
shaped earsshe was not divinely tall,
but mostdivinely fair.
The Maids of Honor were: Mrs. C. S.
Britton, who wore fawn nuns veiling,
embroidered front and panels, lace
drapery, flowers, diamonds Mrs. C. L.
Hunt, fawn nuns veiling, neck, ruby
velvet trimings, pearl front and orna
ments,flowers,diamonds Miss Florence
Johnson, cream cashmere, ribbon trim
ings, flowers MissGeorgie Lewis, helio
trope silk, white beaded front, lace
drapery, laced silk gloves to match,
The Princes of Honor were: Messrs.
C. S. Britton, L. V. Purcell, Chas. Stan
sul and J. Q. Adams they wore full
dress suits and cross hilted swords.
Just after the coronation the Maids and
Princes of Honor performed the May
Queen Dance in an admirable manner
which wound up by all the guestsjoin
ing in circling around the room saluting
the newly made Queen.
The entertainment continued until
three o'clock in the morning, all present
being highly pleased.
Among those present were: Mrs. P.
A. Jordan, dregs of wine satin, plush
and jet trimmings.
Mrs. Alex. Cooley, St. Paul, white
satin, poin* lace, neck, elbow sleeves,
flowers, pearls, diamonds.
Mrs. M. W. Weaver, sky blue satin,
black lace over dress, diamonds.
Mrs. A. G. Plummer, creme cashmere,
lace overdress, flowers, pearls.
Mrs. Katie Mason, black silk and lace,
jet trimmings, flowers.
Mrs. E. W. Graham, fawn trecot,
striped velvet trimmings, flowers/
Mrs. Elizabeth Richardson, white
mull, blue dotted embroidery, pearls.
Mrs. Mack Bradley, brown satin, pas
Mrs. Louisa Wright, black silk and
Mrs. L. Chamblee, black brocaded
satin, lace flowers.
Mrs. C. H. Gatewood, scarlet satin,
black silk netting overdress, ribbon
and jet trimmings.
Mrs. Samuel Carr, black silk and lace,
pink ribbons, diamonds.
Mrs. M. W. Lewis, cardinal satin,
black Spanish lace drapery, flowers,
Mrs. F. Moore, lavender silk, yak lace
Mrs. Georgie McCullough, bottle
green velvet, hand painted front and
panels, incandescent trimmings,flowere,
Mrs. H. Sinclair, black silk, black lace
and lavender overdress, flowers.
Mrs. W. H. Wundus, faill francaise
silk and mode plush, flowers, garnetts.
Mrs. W. Waters, black silk and pas
samentrie, flowers, diamonds.
Mrs. E. A. Curtis, black basket cloth,
Misa Fannie Johnson, sky blue satin,
oriental lace, flowers, diamonds.
Miss Ilia Saunders, surah silk, white
white lace, flower*, pearls^
WANTEDA cook and a house maid
for a family of two persons. A splendid
place for the right parties. The situ
ations are in Stillwater, Minn. Apply
to this office either in person or by
DIVINB SBBVICBS at Pilgrim Baptist
Church at 11 o'clock a. m. the pastor
will preach from the following subject:
"Messiahs Final Triumph," at 3*30 p.m.
the K. T. Pilgrim Commandery will be
present and assist in raising money for
the church 7:30 p.m. preaching, sub
ject: "Christ a Rock and Refuge for His
People." The public is cordially in
vited to be present at each service.
THE friends of Pilgrim Baptist church
are requested to remember that to
morrow is the day for the return of the
envelopes which were distributed week
before last, and it is hoped they will be
handed in promptly and ^e well filled.
The Pilgrim Commandery K. T., W. H.
Stevens, E. C, will be present at 2:30
p. m. to assist in the exercises. The
public in general is invited to be present.
Miss Carrie Young, hiliotrope cash
mere, cream lace, flowers, pearls.
Miss May Wilkins, pink satin, white
lace, rubies. "^Ijp^p^
Miss Mabel Tyterf^whate lace Jibri
dery. blue ribbons, diamonds.
Miss Minnie Crawford, embroidered
nuns veiling, cream lace, flowers. ?B
Miss Laura Howard, blue satin, valen
cennes lace, flowers.
Miss Cora Kinney, white swias, cream
Miss Mamie Myrick, blue silk, fawn
Miss Mamie Jackson, cream mull,
pink ribbons. /v"
Miss Aleta Jordan, cream lace, hand
painted satin panels, corals.
The gentlemen present were: Messrs.
P. A. Jordan, H. Sinclair, M.W. Weaver,
W. Waters, W. Wundus, E. W. Graham,
M. Bradley, Alex. Cooley, J. T.Williams,
W. H. Smith, A. Myrick, C.Lett, H.
Fairfax, Geo. Brady, J. Samuels, T. J.
Jennings, Will Turner, W. H. Donnell,
J. T. Lucas, J. B. Haggans, C. Watkins,
E. E. Burton, W. M. Turner, R. C.
Beaumont, T. H. Griswold, Geo. Fiek,
C. E. Johnson, Geo. Bolden, L. S. Hurd,
Geo. Watkins, Jag. Berdoux, F. E. Wil
son, M. Bradley, R. J. Jackson.
REV. L. H. REYNOLDS, EDITOR.
Mr. Thos. Henderson is quite ill,
Mr. J. R. White as gone to Faribault.
Mr. Jas. A. Ross has gone to Duluth,
Mr. M. E. Singleton is on the sick list
Mr. Lou Purcell is working at the
Where is the APPEAL'S Des Moines
Elder Trevan is the guest of Mrs. L.
H. Reynolds this week.
Mr. A. G, Plummer is the Flour City
correspondent for the Chicago Conser
Mrs. Geo. Hall, of St. Paul, spent
Sunday with her sister, Mrs. H. W. B.
J. L. Neal left on Thursday evening
for a two days trip to Madison, Wis., on
Mr. Zed Mitchell has been illfor sever
al days, and his mother Mrs. Susan
Mrs, Geo. Bolden spent several days
this week visiting the family of Rev. C.
S. Jacobs, St. Paul.
Mr. William Helm left for New York
last week with the expectation of going
to Europe in June.
Big Winnie Johnson, colored, is the
attraction at the museum this week.
She weighs 1000 pounds.
Miss Ida Carter who has spent a few
weeks with Mrs. Yancy, will return to
her home in Leavenworth, Kansas.
The East Side A. M. E. church will
give a presentation Festival at110 Wash
ington avenue, S., luesday evening,
Mr. Benj. Pierre has shaken the dust
of Minneapolis from his feet and hence
forth will dwell under the phadow ofthe
dome of the capitol.
Mr. James McDonald, of Fort Wayne,
Ind., is a recent arrival in the city. His
family will probably arrive in a couple
of weeks. Still they come.
When contemplating an investment
in real estate, go to see that energetic
business man John L. Neal. Get hisn
advice and govern yourself accordingly.
Quarterly meeting at the Second A.
M. E. church, Sunday, Elder Trevan
will preach morning and evening. Rev.
Coston at 3 p. m. Sacrament at the same
Mr. John Gibson has taken an agency
for the Northwestern Endowment and
Legacy Association, and will begin an
active canvas Monday. We wish him
Mr. Clifton, of Miles City, Mon., is
stopping off for a few days with Mr.
Coleman. Mr. Clifton is en route to
Philadelphia, to visit friends and re
The police made 290 arrests during
April. The fire department responded
to twenty-one alarms, six ofthem "still."
The total loss was $20,206, and the in
Messrs. Singleton and Gibbs have
been investing in real estate in Mont
gomery Park, addition to this city. We
like the metal in such men. Build a
cage and then catch a bird.
Mr. Robt. Coleman, of Miles City,
Montana, is in the city with his family.
We hope he will conclude to remain
permanently, his stay would be a valu
able acquisition to our city.
A committee of colored citizens head
ed by Mr. H. W. B. Greer, waited upon
the fire commissioners last week and
secured from them a promise to appoint
a colored fire company to occupy the
new engine hoiHie.
Among the many Minneapolitans at
the quarterly meeting in St. Paul, Sun
day were: Mr. and Mrs. J. Davis, Mes
dames Burke, Thomas, Mason, Williams,
Mr. and Mrs. Crosel, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
W. Bolden and others.
A small volume of sermons on "Home
Life" and other Topics preparedby Rev.
L. H. Reynolds will be put in press
about June 1st. It will be a duodecimo
volume of 150 pages with two engravings.
It will appear about July 1st.
M. W. Lewis, one ofourboys, reached
Minneapolis, last Saturday for a few
days vacation. He is employed by the
IT. S. Government in a capacity which
throws him in the large cities in various
positions of life. Rumor has it, he
owes his appointment to a Democratic
U.S. Senator. ?z~~r
In an extended -conversation with
Elder Trevan we learned that the dis
trict is in fine condition with one or two
exception. The churches re prosper
ing spiritually and financially. The
exceptions, says the Elder, are where
the preachers, not the people, are dis
contented with the presiding elder's
A. S. tOEB
Real Estate anil Lean Agency.
I 147,^^81 SIXTH STREET,
llfB (VPSTAIBS.) iff
Next to Ryan Hotel. St. Paul, Minn.
Now is your time to invest your money
on Dayton Bluff, the new bridge soon
will be finished, and property in said
locality will bring you at least 50 per
cent in a very short time by buying
now, therefore be quick about making
vour investments before property has
taken his boom. You will find by giv
ing me a call that I have the largest list
of Daytons Bluff property in the city,
and have some very good bargains on
my list now. I also have property for
sale in all parts of the city. Give me a
Remember the Place. T^Payne,
ALBERT S, LOEB, *.ft%Moody,
Real Estate and Loan Agency,
147, East Sixth Street,^
St. Paul, Minn.
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EACH WAV DAILY, At
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on all through trains in which meals
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on'all day trains, with polite and atten
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unrivalled by any in the world, on all
The "Short Line to all points
i Central, Northern and Eastern
Wisconsin, and on the Michigan
Peninsula. F. N. FINNEY, W. S. MELLFIN,
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A. A. ALLEN, JAS. BARKER,
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CITY TICKET OFFICES,
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19, Nicollet House 'Block, Minneapolis,
FRENCH PATTERN ROOMS
Latest Novelties in Imported
Goods and Trimmings.
No. 608, NICOLLET AVENUE,
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Can Always be found at No. 235, Third
Avenue, where he will keep a full
i stock of the Finest
ELEGANTBILLIARD &P0PL TABLES.
Private Wine Rooms for Guests.
235, THIR AVE., MINNEAPOLIS.
MRS. T. H. LYLES,^!
ALL KIND* OF HAIR 6000$,'
For Sale and Made to Order.
LADIES' BATHS, SHAMPOOING ANO HAIR
CUTTING A SPECIALTY.
Callsmade to Residences when desired.
VST Full line of Masquerade, Mourning,
Wedding and Fancy Costumes for rent.
47, EAST THIRD STREET.
Pioneer Lodge, No. 12, A.\F.\A.\M.\
meets the first and third Mondays in
each month. Lodge room on Jackson
below Seventh. All Master Masons in
good standing are invited to attend.
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My hand became raw and horrifying,
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I've spent hundreds of dollars for
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ness house in Moody and to Thomas
Druggist, of whom I purchased
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Texas, April 27,1886.
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Witness: Mas. LAURA HART.
FRED. R. JACKSON.
Beauford, S. C, May 10,1886.
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J. H. CUNNINGHAM A Co.
Owns and operates 5,500 miles of
thoroughly equipped road in Illinois,
Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota
IT IS THE BEST DIRECT ROUTE BETWEEN
ALL PBINCIPAL POINTS IN THE NOKTAWEST,
SOUTHWEST AND FAR WEST.
For maps, time tables, ratesof passage
and freight, etc., apply to the nearest
station agent of Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul Eailway, or to any Railroad
Agent anywhere in the World.
R. MILLER, General Manager.' A,
V, H. CARPENTER, Gen'l Piss, and
Ticket Agent. J. F. TUCKER, Ass't
Gen'l Manager. GEO H. HEAFFORD
Ass'tu Gen'l Pass, an Ticket agent,
9SFFOT information in reference to
Lands and Towns owned bythe Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company,
write to H. G. Haugan, Land Commis
sioner, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
lib ^RiB^^'* *v"
Stevens Lodge, No. 113, A.\F.\A/.M.
meett first and third Tuesdays in
each month at No 198, W.T rd street.
All brother Masons in good standing
aze always welcome. ^^K*
J. F. CoQunuc, Acting W.M.
J, J, TYJ Secretary.
xperience In th
than jha On Hundre-'-~
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246, NICOLLET AVENUE.
H. BRYAN. HOETON.
BRYAN & HORTON,
CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND AT No. 385,
MINNESOTA STREET, WHERE THEY
KEEP A FULL STOCK OF THE FINEST
AND ALSO, ELEGANT BILLIARD AND POOL
St. Paul, Minn.
MINNEAPOLIS and St. LOUIS
AND THE FAMOUS
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Two Through Trains Daily
FROM ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS
Without change, connecting with the
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The direct and only line running thiough
cars between Minneapolis and
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Direct Line Watertown, Dakota
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and the principa. cities of the Miss
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Union Depot for all points
South an 1" outhwest!
Many Hours Saved and the only
Line running TwoTrainsDaily to Kan*
888 City, Leavenworth and Atchison
making connections with the Union Pa
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Close connections madein Union
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Minneapolis & Manitoba Nothern Paci
fic St. Paul & Duluth Bailways, from
and to all poiuts North and Northwest!
Remember the Trainsofthe Minne
apolis &St. Louis Railwayare composed
of Comfortable Day Coaches, Magnifi
cent Pullman Sleeping Cars, Horton Re
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Fare always as Low as the Lowest! For
Time Tables. Through Tickets, etc.,
call upon the nearest Ticket Agent or
write to S. F. BOYD,
Gen'l Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Minneapolis
Bethel Chapter, No. 28.Meets the
first and third Thursdays in each month
at No. 198 West Third Street. All
Royal Arch Masons in good atanding
are always welcome.
The Largest and Finest Stock.
253, NICOU.Fr AVENUE,
*3Jf Minneapolis, Minnesota,
Sole Agent for Miller's Fine Silk and
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-*f% 1,1 R.A.jEFFMSOW.See.
THE WOMAN'S FOREIGN MISSION SO-
IKTY, meet cor. rove and Broadway
streets, at Mrs. Moses Martin's, second
Thursday in each month.
St. James A. M. E. Church near
corner of Fuller and Elfelt St. services,
Sunday morning at 11 A. M. Evening
services 7.45 P.M. Sunday School, 2.30
p.m. Wednesday evening PrayerMeet
ing at *i'clock Pastor's Residence,
243 MartS Street. Rev. Jaeobt,
t^Sffl, NICOLLET AVENUE, and 823, WASHINGTON AYENUIJ^SQTJTH.
Largest Household Goods Establishment West of Chicago. We can fit
/our house up from cellar to garret. We make a speciality of medium and Low
Priced Goods. People going to house-keeping will do well to give us a call. W#
carry a full line of Second-hand Household Goods, as well as new, and we will
give you Prices that no other house can compete with. Give us a call, as it is ae
trouble to show goods.
'The Dubuque Route
ff (MINNESOTA & NORTHWESTERN R. R.)
I 4 TWO TRAINS DAILY EACH WAT
ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS
Chicago, St. Louis and Kansas City
AND INTERMEDIATE POINTS.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers, elegantthroughdaycoachesonal trains,
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LOUISVILLE, PEORIA, NEW ORLEANS^
PITTSBURGH, BALTIMORE, GALVESTON
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And all Points in Old and New Mexico, Canada and the Provinces.
Chicago day express: Milwaukee, Chicago, Oshkosh
Fond Du Lac, Neenah, Wauicesna and Eau Claire.
Chicago night express: Milwa *ee, Chicago, Oshkosh,
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ARRIVING TRAINS vr
Chicago day express: From Chicago, Milwaukee! Osh
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-4 ALL TRAINS DAILY,
F. N. FINNEY,
Lv. Minnpls. Lv. St. Paul. Ar St Paul. Ar. Minnpl.
Chicago, St. Louis & Kan
sas City f7:30 am. f8.35a.rn. *7:55 a.m. *8:30a.m.
Chicago & Dubuque Fast
Express....... *1.00p.m. *1.40p.m. *3.50 p.m. *4:30 p.m.
field, Lyle& Austin f3.30 p.m. f4:30 p.m. tll:20a.m tH:55a.m
Chicago, bt. Louis & Kan
City *6:30p.m. *7:10p.m. *7:50 p.m. *8:30 p.m.
Daily. Daily Except Sunday.
Trains arrive and depart and all connections made in Union Depots. Ask for
tickets via the GreatDubuque Route, and take no others. Tickets via this popu-
lar route for sale everywhere. J. A HANLEY, Traffic Manager.
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINE.
THE PALACE SLEEPING and PARLOR CAR ROUTE TO CHICAGO.
DEPARTING TRAINS FKOM
Chicago Day Express, Arrivesdaa1Chicago 6.45 a.m.
Chicago Day Express, Arriven sat Chicago 12.45 p.m.
All trains carry Elegant Day Coaches, Superb Sleepers and Luxurious Dinin*
withoutBchange, between Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago.
I OI.FICES:-MINNEAPOLIS No 19, Nicollet House Block corner of
Nicol'** nd Washington Avenues, F. H. ANSON, North-Western. Passenger,ROBB
cir^Tickrt A ent
ROOM I 224.CI.HKNNIPIN AVENUE, MINNEAPOLIS.
Property of non-residents will receive prompt attention. Taxes paid aad
rents collecte i. Buildings kept in repair. Money loaned with absolute security
Interested principal collected and remitted free of charge. Farm lands to 1
or exchange for city property. If you wish to make cash investments we can
show you some very choice bargains.
Finest Ready Made
& Spring Overcoats.
Only the very BKST GOODS at the the v*r LOWE8T
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OVERCOATS, 6.0 0 to 35.OO
TROUSERS, $2, to $10.
All our Clothing guaranteed tofitperfectly, and to be
equal to the Best Custom Work.
8:20 p.m. 9:00 p.m
MINNEAPOLIS. ST. PAUL.
Detailed Information apply to
Hotel Block, E.
Real Estate, Loans
NOVELTIES IN HATS AND FURNISHINGS.
BOSTON One Price Clottiing-Housi,
Cor. Third and Robert Streets, ST. PAUL
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