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SATURDAY, JUNE 18th, 1887.||
FETE CHAMPETRE. &*<*s|
E. C. M. BONNEAU left Thursday for
a trip to Mmot, Dak.
FETE CHAMPETRE by the WESTERN AP
PEAL Co. at Mahtomedi.
DON'T forget the Fete Champetre "by
the WESTERN APPEAL, at Mahtomedi.
MR W. H. BENNETT left this week to
take charge of the hotel at Lake Elmo.
MESSRS. H. W WARFIELD and E
Liverpool, of Chicago, are in the city for
a short visit. 5
THE Fete Champetre takes place at
Mahtomedi Tuesday, June 21st. Every
HE first big thing of the season will
be the Fete Champetre, given by the
SOMETHING new will be offered at the
Fete Champetre to be given by the
WESTERN APPEAL CO.
MRS, ARCHIE BROWN, of Des Moines,
Iowa, is in the city, the guest of Mrs.
Poindexter, 11, E. Third.
ALL the talk of the Twin Cities is
about the great Fete Champetre at
Mahtomedi, Tuesday, June 21st.
THE Fete Champetre to be given by
he WESTERN APPEAL Co., is to surpass
anything eyer given in the North wesk
Miss NELLIE BANKS, of Kansas City,
Mo., is in the city to spend the summer.
She is the guest of Mrs. Harry Howard,
222, Fourteenth street.
FOR RENTThree nicely furnished
rooms, in private family, pleasantly
locatedEnquire at No. 173 Charles
street. References exchanged.
PROP. J. BALL, the well-known pho
tographer, will be on hand at the Fete
Champetre to make groups of any size,
from five to one hundred. 50 cents a
MR. N. W KELLY, of Chicago, was in
the city this week making arrangements
for a grand excursion from that city to
this, to be given by the railroad porters,
REMEMBER that the trains leave the
Union Depot for the Fete Champetre,
Tuesday, as follows 8 2010*1012:10
4-305 056 05. Returning, tiains leave
Mahtomedi at 2 314 456-26 and 9 45.
Go TO HILL'S Furnituie House, No.
403, Jackson street where you will find
a full line of Household Goods, Furni
ture, Carpets, etc., as cheap if notrecent
cheaper than any place in the city. tf.
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
FORT SNELLING BAND goes to Faribault
next Wednesday, to take part in the
military celebration there, returning
Friday, in time to play for the Fete
Champetre at Mahtomedi, Tuesday,
WISHING a rememberance of the Fete
Champetre we intend to form a group of
our friends of both sexes We desire
something to look at after the grand
Fete Champetre is over, so we have en
gaged Prof. J. P, Ball to take a shot at
us. No cards.
THE famous Fisk Jubilee Troupe were
in the city three nights this week, en
trancing our people with their incom
perable melody. There are nine mem
bers in the troupe, and each one is as
an artist. They are the guests of the
I'LL BE IN ONE OK THOSE.There will
be several special groups made of the
ministers of the several churches in St.
Paul and Minneapolis. Rev. Jacobs,
Rev. Reynolds, Rev. Gray and. Rev.
Coston, each of these gentlemen will
form special groups of taeir members
and friends Copies 5Q cents.
FRANK WILSON^ was ai-rained in the
Municipal Court last Wednesday on
complaint of Cora Fletcher on a charge
of bastardy. The case was continued
until next week nd Wilson went to jail
in default of $300 bail. The parties are
not from lower Minnesota street as
stated hy the Globe,
IT v* ILL be advisable for as many as
can do so, to secure tickets for the Fete
Champetre from our agents before hand
and avoid the rush at the depots. No
one will be allowed on the grounds who
does not hold our ticket. Tickets may
be procured from Mr. John L. Neal,
Rev. L. H. Reynolds, Rev. W. H. Cos
ton and Mr. Will Turner in Minneapolis.
Mr. H. Lyles, Mr. J. K. Hilyard, Mr.
George Duckett, Rev. Wm. Gray, Rev.
C. S. Jacobs and at the WELTEHN APPEAL
jpflice in St. Paul.
R. SIMON, "The Pawnbroker.^ whp
so nobly assisted poor John Shaffer, has
given additional proof of friendly in
terest in us by placing & large advertise
ment with us this week. We hope our
friends who wish anything in his line
will make purchases from him and show
that we appreciate his. kindness. *I
fact we hope all jr. friends will put
themselves to a. Uttle trouble to patron
ize the business houses that adyertise
in the WESTERN APPEAL.
J. S. MURRAY has been employed
by Luar Bros., stone contractors at the
foot of Chestnut street. Mr. Hurry is
a first class stone carver having learned
his trade in Detroit, Mich., years ago.
The business is booming here at present
at prices ranging from $4 to $4 per day,
There are between 200 and 250 men em
ployed by the firm and Mr. Murray
claims to be able to hold his own among
them. We hope the success of Mr.
Muiry will encourage other colored
men to endeavor to get work at the
trades which many of them are masters
YESTERDAY was the fifty-seventh anni
versary of the birthday of Mr. K.
Hilyard, and among the presents he re
ceived were a large black cake, and a
watch charm from Mr. W. A. Potter, of
Philadelphia, who was born on the same
day, the charm was a half dollar oined
in 1830the year in which both MT
Potter and Mr. Hilyard were bornon
committee has invited Prof. J. Jj
one side of which the Godess of Liberty
is represented with flowing hair, on the
other side, the monogram of Mr. Potter
is artistically engraved. Mr. Hilyard
and Mr. Potter have been life-long
friends, and this token of remembrance
was'gratefully received. W^33$?$$^
rHE apron and necktie festival given
by the young ladies at the A. M. E
church last Tuesday evening was the
grandest affair of the kind ever given in
the church. The church was beautifully
decorated with flowers and evergreens
and filled with the handsomest ladies
that our city affords. The young men
were out in full force, and the distri
bution of neckties created lots of fun for
all. Refreshments were in abundance
and of good quality. The young ladies
worked very hard and scored an un
qualified success. The amount realized
wa/i $70 which is the largest amount
ever cleared on alike entertainment in
the church and the ladies feel quite
proud and highly gratified that their
efforts met with such substantial evi
dence of the approval of the public*
THE ladies of St. Paul intend holding a
"Kerness" on the 28th inst.. at Odd
Fellow's Hall, Jackson street, near
Seventh street, for the purpose of
raising funds for the banner that they
intend presenting to Mar's Lodge, G. U.
O, ofO. F., at their annual installation
of officers. All friends of the order
should turn out and hlep the ladies on
this occasion. The ladies onthesom
mittee, having the matter in eharge are
spareing neither time nor pains to make
it a grand success. A ffne musical and
dramatic programme is in preperation.
Pei sons desiring to assist on this oc
casion can see any of the committee in
eharge: Mrs. Roy, chairman Mesdames
Waldron, Jefferson, Cotton, 0. H.Smith,
F. D. Parker, A. G. Russell, Hickman,
Motns, T. H. Lyles, Giiswold, W.
Pareer, Sr., J. H. Loomis, J. B. John
REV. L. REYNOLDS, EDITOR*
Tuesday, June 21st.
Everybody will be there.
Mr. Robt Bolden, of Omaha, is in the
Miss Dollie Thomas, of Dayton, O., is
visiting Mrs. Relford.
Henry Davis and Henry Johnson are
arrivals from the Crescent City.
Mr. Zed Mitchell spent several days
this week visiting a brother at Grand
Olsie Boyd cut John Adams rather
severely lastFridav evening. did it
with his little razor.
The next b'g thing, in feet the biggest
thing, is the Feto Champere given by
the WESTERN. APPEAL. Everybody is
Mrs. Lawrence Oliver, left last Friday
for an extended visit to Kentucky. She
will spend a couple of weeks in Chicago
while en route.
L, E. Townsend and Jerome Smith, of
Greencastle, Ind., have been visiting
old Greencastle friends in this city for,
the last ten days.
Tickets to the Fete Champetre may
be obtained of Revs. L. Reynolds
and W. Coston, Messrs John L.
Neal and Will Turner. Tickets 60 cents.
MINISTERIAL GROUP.Prof. J. Ball
will take a group of the different minis
ters and a few friendB. This group- will
be much sought after as wo love our
Elders. Why shpuld'nt we?
FETE QHAMPETRE PHOTOGRAPHS.Tl
to bring his instantanious view ca mem
to make groups of all those wishing a
rememberanee of the Fete Chauipetre.
Copies only 50 cents.
The citizens of Minnep.pohs- will
please bear in mind that the Fete
Champetre is as much a Minneapolis
affair as it is of St. Paul or Stillwater,
and turn out accordingly. W wish to
see as many of our people present as go
from both of those cities.
Mahtomedi where toe Pete Champe
tre is to be given is on th
6 Dulsth road,
twelve miles from titfe city and is a de
lightful place. Th ffpeaking: will take
place in the elegant amphetheatre of
Mahtomedi Assembly containing seat
ing capacity for L,500 persons. There
will be harmless amusements of all
kinds and no intoxicating drinks of any
kind, will he allowed OE the grounds.
This is to be a first-class celebration in
every particnlar. I wiH be the first of
th season and is confidently expected
to be the grandest. We hope all of our
good citizens will attend.
Wait For This.
There will be one of the grandest
efforts ever presented to the people of
the Twin Cities, at Fraya Hall, Minne
apolis, Wednesday, June 22nd, under
the direction Mesdames T. EL Lyles
and A. G. Russell, of St. Paul, and Mrs*
Katie Mason, of Minneapolis.
The very best local talent a been
(Secured, and will positively appear.
There will be character representations
in costume, and a programme such as
has never before been offered to our
The entertainment is for the benefit
of the First A. M. E ehurch. Th
handsome portrait of Mrs. Rev. W.
Coston, mention of which has been
made in these columns, will be awarded
on that occasion. ^t^l^1^
Among those who" "are to "assist in t&& 1
entertainment are: Mr. and Mrs. H.i
Hickman, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Russell,
Mrs. W. Clay, Mrs. George Hunton,
Mrs. S.Williams, Miss Bertha Heath
cock, Miss Rosa Hill, MissLulaGriswold
Messrs. John, Luca, C. A. Mason,
Parker and- T. Lyles, of St. PauL
Mrs. R. Coleman, Mrs. Kate Mason,
Mrs. A. G. Plummer and Mr, Allison,
THE WOMAN'S FOREIGN MISSION SO
CIETY, meet cor. Grove and Broadway
streets, at Mrs. Moses Martiu*pr second
Thursday in each month.
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St. Paul, Minn.
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J6@f Full line of Masquerade, Mourning,
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below Seventh. All Master Masons in
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W. A. YARD. SEC.
Stevens Lodge, No. 113, A.-.F/.A. M.
meets first and third Tuesdays in
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All brothel Masons in good standing
aie always welcome.
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Sunday morning at 11 A. M. Evening
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p.m. Wednesday evening Prayer Meet
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1243 Martin Street. Rev. C. S, Jacobs,
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^._ LARGE ASSORTMENT.
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that Defy Competion. CALL AND SEE US.
filled wat( h, stem winder and setter, jew
Hed Elgin movement, expansion balance and safety
pinion, engme turned cases, as good as new, worth
N 724-LADY'S CLUSTER DIAMOND
rmrar stones, all white, very brilliant and
free from any impej fections plain gold
mounting, worth $150 sell tor 1-90
NO 18, 12-LADT 3 HLFN1ING CASE
solid gold watch stem winder and settt 3*
plate full jeweled Elgin movement cut expansion
balance and Jratent safety pinion elegantly eng aved
oases, has been used about one year, in thorough
order, hrstcost$50 sell for -$30
NO 18, P. 19-LADVS HUN1ING C\8U
14 carat gold watch,fctm winder and s-tter,
Elgin full jeweled movement, cut expansion balance
fcnd patent s-vfety^pinion. Louis XIV box cases
neatly engraved, place in center for monogram and
very heavy, almost new, worth at least $85, sell for
NO 1017 DIAMOND LACE PIN, FIVE
stones fine color, very brilliant, noflawsand
weighs about 3 carats richly etRraved gold ount
ling, never cosUess than $350, will sell it for $200
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We have just received a full line of Ladies and Gentlemen's
PATENT LEATHER SHOES.
Patent Leather Button Boots,
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Patent Leather Opera Slippers.
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Refrigerators, Oil Stoves, Ranges, Tinware, Furnaces
Fine Household Articles, Roofing, Spouting, and Metal Work,
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Ts continually on the lookout for oxtra inducements to give his
patrons. Read the Bargain JList this week, and 3011 will be con-
12, P. 26 GENT'S HUNTING
N 10, 17GENT'S"OPEV_FACS
carat watch stem windei and setter frill
jeweled Elgin nickel movement cut expansion bal
ance, patent pinion and patent regulator, beau lfully
engraved case, very heavy, has been used about six
months, never cost lfsf than $100, price now $b6
E NO 9, 27 GENTS' OPEN FACE,
Crow filled case watch, stem winder and setter
Elgin jeweled movement, expansion balance and
patent safety pialbn, richly engraved case, a full
grown steer in variegated gold colors, varranted to
wear for twenty years and is a firsfc-class timepiece,
worth $50, will sell for $30
PLEDGE NO. 8, 32-LADY'S HUNTING CASE
A 14-carat gold watch, stem winder and set er very
fine thresrfourths plate mckel Elgin movpment cut
expansion balance and patent safety pinion, plain
cases inlaid with an anchor ot 14 diamonds, one ruby
and one sapphire, only used one month. first cost
$120, price $70.
CUNNINGHAM & Co.
NO 694DIAMOND RING, ONE STONE
weighing nearly l*a carats, fine color, very per
fect and bnlhant, hammered Bomangold mounting,
first cost price $110
PLEDG.E$175, NO 1214-DLVMOND LOCKET, ONE
stone, fair size, good color, very brilliant and no
flaws, platinum and gold mounting, very rich and
neat. first cost, $45 price now, $26.
NO 103"-DIAMOND EARDBOPS
will weith eout carats, v*iv finci^ cut,
nearly wbife, bnllia i ud no flaws blemuhes of
any kind rlain'keleto i fcoid mountings jeweler's
price. $280, my price, $160
N 1 jI \DY 8 HUNTING VSE,
sond tc & em winder an I setter Elgin
jevieledmoveme it, cut rxp.ujon balance au.l pat
ent pinion handiomel} engmed cases, only iied a
sh )rt time could not i to from new, and fully
warranted for tii.ie, fir tco T5 price $28
NO 1042 DLW N STUD ftf'OHS
about l^ci atsftle ver brilliant .jood
cut and no flaw, nea fkir/ ,u uut )g would
co'-t not leas than $200 I wil, sell it $1 JO
NO. 13, I-LADY'S HU ING CASE
14-carat goll wa'ch, stem winder anJ setter,
p'atf.fuH jeweled Elgin Jtnov. mi ut expauhiun
balance and pateut pinion, elegantly hammered
cases place in center for monogram, only used one
inenth, jeweler's price, $75, my price, $45
NO 1, 21-GENl'S HUNTING CASE
solid gold watch, btem wind and setter, full
jeweled Elgin movement, cxj-diiwon balance and
patent safety pinion, arcistn engraved ases, used
about three months, could not be told from new.
hret cost $60, price now $ 1
PLEDGE NO 12, 30-(.EM"4 HtNlI\1CASK
l^-CMatKOld watch, sUm wiul- and M-tter, B.
W. Baymond Elgin full jewi led iaovi-ms cat ex
pansion, patent pinion, Briqu*^ hairspring parent
regulator and adjusted to he oi dposition,
Louis XIV. engraved box case*. \ery heavy place In
center for monogram, onlv used about one year:
first cost $120. price $75
19, 25LADY'S HUNTING FILLED
ca&e watch, stem wlnde,. and setter, thr -Quar
ter plate, full-jeweled Elidn movement, cut expan
sion balance and patent safety pinion, in richly en
graved cases, only usea a short time and looks as
good as new, first cost $45, price $2"
PLED 10, 32 GKSVS HtJNTINO.
watch, stem winder and setter. Spring-
field, Hl Damaskeen movement, full jeweled, cut
expansion balance and safety pinion ncUly engraved
cases, warranted to wear twenty yerrs worth $45.
sell for $27 50
NO 8.P lB-LAl/ TS HUS1TNG CASE
solid watch, stem winder and setter, Elgin
jeweled movement, expansion balance and safety
pinion, full engraved shell cases in extra good condi
tion first cost $48. sell for $28.
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ers, with privilege of inspection, on payment of express charges. Yon can de-
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