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SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1887.-
MRS. W. A. HILYABD is on the sick liBt.
M.W.W. MCCOY, of Omaha, Neb., is
in the city.
KEY. W. GBAY has returned from his
trip to Denver.
MR. HENRY WARPIELD, of Chicago, is
yisiting the city.
MR. ALEXANDER G. CLARK, of Chicago,
is visiting in the city.
REV. AND MRS. C. S. JACOBS left for
Chicago last Monday.
DR. HUBD & Co., the painless dentists
No. 24 E. Third street.
MESSRS J. NEAL and A. Mitchell, of
Buffalo, N. Y., are in the city.
LITTLE Gartie Mink is quite sick at the
residence of Mrs. Alex Cooley.
Miss ELLA B. SMITH vrho was slightly
indisposed last week has recovered.
MBS HATTIE ROY left Tuesday for a
trip to Indianapolis and Cincinnati.
CONDUCTORS were put on all the street
cars yesterday, in compliance with law.
Mrs. Anna Floyd,of Jacksonville, Fla.,
is in the city the guest of Mrs. William
MESDAMRS A. G. RUSSELL and Jas
Hunster have returned from their trip
to Winnipeg, Man.
MRS. SAMUEL TAYLOR, of Chicago, is
the guest of Mrs. Wm. Roland, No. 171
E. Thirteenth street*
Mr. W. A. HAZEL, of Minneapolis,
was in the city Wednesday, looking
after his civil rights suit.
The ball at Armory Hall Monday
night was fairly well attended and high
ly enjoyed by those present.
Mesdames Augustus Halston and T. S.
Boewell, of New Orleans, La., are in the
city visiting Mrs. F. D. Parker.
THE members of Pioneer Lodge will
please remember that there is a meet'
ing to be held Monday evening August
MR. AND MRS S. STEWART and Mrs.
Patton of Des Moines.who have been
visiting the Twin Cities return to their
Go TO HILL'S Furniture House, No
403, Jackson street where you will find
a full line of Household Goods, Furni
ture, Carpets, etc., as cheap if not
cheaper than any place in the city. ti
MRS. W. HALL, of Grand Forks, Dak.,
who has been visiting in New York,
passed through the city last Friday en
route to her home. She was the guest
of Mrs. W. H. Clay during her stay in
THE ladies of the Pilgrim Baptist
Church are beginning to make prepara
tions for a grand bazaar for the benefit
of the church which is to totally eclipse
the one held last fall, it is to take place
some time in October.
MESDAMES Lyles and Russell will give
another one of their splendid musical
and literary entertainments at Freya
Hall, Minneapolis, August 10 for the
benefit of the Second A. M. E. church
Admission twenty-five cents.
A DELIGHTFUL five o'clock dinner was
given on last Wednesday evening by
Mrs. J. K.Hilyard to Mr. and Mrs.Geo.
Hunton, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Liggine,
Miss Bertha Heath cock, Miss Mary
Godett, Messrs. Robert Hunton and J.
BENEDICT, at the Seven Corners has
the cleanest stock of furniture and caJ-
petB to select from, and at the lowest
prices to be found in the city. He sells
for cash or on the installment plan.
Call on himnext door to Seven
Corners Bank. tf
THE celebration and picnic given by
Mars Lodge G. U. 0. of 0. F. and Cen
tral Band at lake Minnetonka last Mon
day was the largest of the kind eve*
given here. There were upward of a
thousand people in attendance and all
had a good time.
MRS. W. DOVER of West St. Paul
gave a splendid dinner party last Sun
day to Mr. and Mrs. H*nry Howard
Mr. and Mrs W. A. Hilvard, Mr. and'
Mrs. J. K. Hilvard, Mesdames Duncan,
Fannie Hilyard and R. C. Howard, all
enjoyed themselves hugely.
Miss LOUELLA UNDERWOOD attended
the picnic at Minnetonka and while the
other young ladies, and old ones too,
for that matter, were fishing for hearts
on shoTe, she went fishing on the lake,
and succeeded in landingnot a sucker
a bass weighing six and a half pounds.
THE young folks gave a little hop in
honor of Misses Fannie Williams and
Carrie Harrison at Mr. T. H. Gnswolds
last Wednesday evening, which was a
most enjoyable affair. Those present
Mrs.Lizzie Talbert.Miss Alice Lawrence
Bertha Heathcock, Florence and Cora
French, Lizzie Geddy, Louella Under
wood, Rena Bradbury, Lulu and Nellie
Griswold Messrs. C. H. Bush, F.
DeLjons, Chas Lett, H. Fairfax, W.
W. MtCov, J. Neal, A. Mitchell, W. Mc
Donald, R. Slayton, W. Brown, Geo.
Harrison, H. P. Williams, A. G. Clark
and Jas. Harmon.
THE leading social event of the week
was an informal reception given Tues
day evening by Mrs. C. Howard and
Mrs. J. K. Hilyard, Sr., at the residence
of the latter, in honor of Mrs J. K. Hil
yard, Jr of Hudson, Wis. Among the
guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Robinson, of St Louis Mr. and Mrs.
James H. Loomis, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Howard, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Parker,
Mesdames Augustus Halston,
and T. S. Boswell, of New Orleans
W R. Godett. J. p. Bill, T.
Griswold, Geo. Duckett Misses Nel
lie Banks and Fannie Williams, of Kan
sas City, Hattie Gibbs of Oberlin, Ohio
Celia Roberson, Courtney Dover, Lulu
Griswold, Maiv Godett, Messrs. Price
Williams, of Washington, D. R. C.
Howard, p. A. Mason, Will and Frank
Roberson and J. Q. Adams. Mrs. Hil
yard ieturned to her home Wednesday.
THE marriage of Mr. D. E. Murff of
this city and Miss Mattie Simmins of St
:$% was|olemnized a| ^xesi-
dence of Mrs. William Roland, No. 171
E. Thirteenth street Tuesday evening
in the presence of a few friends. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. R. T.
Hickman in an impressive manner.
The bride who is very fine looking, had
her charms enhanced by a toilette of
cream nuns veiling trimed with lace,
tulle veil and orange blossoms, the
groom wore the regulation black suit.
The attendants were Miss Blanche Par
ker and Mr. J. Q. Adams. There were
present Mr. and Mrs. Moses Bibb, Mr.
and Mrs. G. P. Bradley, Mr. and Mrs.
Thos Wright, Mr. and Mr. John Cole
man, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Davis, Mr.
and Mrs. William Roland, Mr. and Mrs,
C. D. Anderson, Mrs Virginia Howard,
Miss Birdie Parker Messrs. John
Moore, Chas Parker, Ed Murff, Samuel
Young, I. Hicks, H. Price Williams, Jas
Thornton, Jas Smith. The affair was
under the management of Mr. William
Warren, chef of the Hotel Ardemore of
Minneapolis. Among the presents were
a silver napkin ring, Mr. and Mrs. W
H. Parker, Sr., crystal fruit bowl, Mrs
Annie Coleman silver napkin rings,Mr.
John Moore set toilett mats, Miss B. L.
Parker, bed room set, Messrs. Ed Murff
J. Thornton and James Smith, oxidized
silver tea kettle, Mrs. C. D. Anderson
The occasion was a verv pleasant one to
THE grand musical and literary enter
tainment given under the direction of
Mesdames T. H, Lyles, and A. G. Rus
sell last Friday at Turner Hall was a
signal success. The audience was com
prised of representatives of the best so
ciety of St. Paul and Minneapolis with a
goodly number of strangers from other
cities who are visiting the great North
west. The exercises began with the
chorus, "Greeting to Spring" by the
company, followed by the "Tars Fare-
well," Mr. J. H. Hickman, reading,
"Charge of the Light Brigade," Mr
Nelson Russell solo, "Heather Bells,"
Mrs. Geo. Hunter, instrumental, Miss
Hattie Gibbs solo, "Waiting," Mrs W
Clay, instrumental, Miss Hattie
Gibbs, duett, "Only Thee," Mrs W H.
Clay and Mr. C. A. Mason, song and
chorus, Miss Rosa Hill and company,
reading, "Sparticus," Mr. Nelson Rus
sell, solo, Mr. J. Luca, duett, "Irene
Good Night," Mr. and Mis T. H. Lyles,
reading, "The Fireman," Mrs A
Russet, duett, "Come to my Heart,"
Miss Bertha Heathcock and Mr W A
Hilyard, quartette, Mrs Clay, Miss
Heathcock, Messrs Hu kman and
Mtson Prof. W Wier and Miss Lula
Griswold, pianists Each numbei on
the program was filled in a truly artistic
manner and individual praise is un
necessaiy as all did so well. The in
strumental solos by Miss Gibbs, of
Oberhn,were unexpected but highly ap
predated treats as well as thes'iigmg
Mr W. A. Hilyard, who has kept his
exquisite voice hid away foi long
The occasion was glared bv the pre&
ence of Ex-Register Bruce, who
at the close of the entertainment was
introduced to the audiem and made a
few remarks and held a pleasant re
ception for an hour or more. The
whole affair was a most pleasant one to
all parties concerned.
Blind Tom's Mother Wins.
BALTIMORE, July 30 Judge Bond, sit
ting in the United States District court
to-day, decided that Thomas Wiggins,
known all over the world as "Blind
Tom," the pianist, shall be delivered on
or before August 16 into the custody of
Mrs. Ellen Bethune, who represents
Charity Wiggins, the mother of Blind
Tom, and that James is. Bethune, who
has had charge of him, shall at the same
time pay over to Mrs Bethune the sum
of $7,000 for past services The case has
been in the courts several ye.us, and
has attracted considerable attention
from the fact that Tom has been held as
a chattel by the Bethunes ever since his
musical genius made him valuable The
suit was brought in the interest of his
mother to regain possession of him.
The Rev. L. Reynolds of Minne
apolis delivered the anuual missionary
sermon at the second day's session of
the Iowa conference of the African
Methodist Episcopal church He show
ed how broad and limitless the field
and how urgent the call to occupy it,
saying that Africa and many isles of the
sea, where corruptness and rotteness
are the fruits of the papacy' were plead
ing for the gospel The report fi om the
department of education of the A. M. E
church at Athens, Ga showed that for
the year ending May 31, 1887, the de
partment had seventeen colleges and
schools. The collections for the year
amounted to $46,069 30, and the expend
itures were the same. During the past
three years the church had raised for
educational purposes $94,176.57.
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Express *1:00 p.m.
field, Lyle & Austin f3-30 p.m.
Chicago, St. Louis & Kan
sas City *7:30 p.m. *8:10p.m. *6.45p.m.
Daily. Daily Except Sunday.
"Trains arrive and depart and all connections made in Union Depots Ask for
tickets via the Great Dubuque 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 PROM
Chicago dav express. Milwaukee, Chicago, Oshkosh
Fond Du Lac, Neenah, Wauuesna and Eau Claire.
Chicago night express: Milwa *ee, Chicago, Oshkosh,
Fond Du Lac, Neenah, Waukesha and Eau Claire.
ARRIVING TRAINS AT
Chicago day express: From ChitAgo, Milwaukee, Osh
kosh, Fond Du Lac and Neenah.
*8 30 a.m.
*1:40 p.m. *3.50p.m.
*7 30 p.m.
House Bloc Washington Avenues, FNO.19, ANSON Passengefocorner
MINNEAPOLIS and St. LOUIS
AND THE FAMOUS
Albert Lea Route
Two Through Trains Daily
FROM ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS
Without change, connecting with the
fast trains of ah lines for the
EAST AND SOUTHEAST
The direct and only line running thi ough
cars between Minneapolis aud
DES MOINES, IOWA
Via Albert Lea and Fort Dodge.
Direct Line Watertown, Dakota
Solid Through rains, 2
MINNEAPOLIS AND ST. LOUIS,
and the pnncipa cities of the Miss
issippi Valle connecting in
Un^n Depot for all points
^outh an I outhwest!
Many Hours Saved and the only
Line running Two Trains Daily to Kan
sas City, Leavenworth and Atchison
making connections with the Union Pa
cific and Atchison, Topeka and Sante
W Close connections madein Union
Depot with all trains of the St. Paul,
Minneapolis & Manitoba Nothern. Paci
fic St. Paul & Duluth Railways, from
and to all points North and Northwest!
Remember the Trains of the Minne
apolis &St. Louis Railway are composed
of Comfortable Day Coaches, Magnifi
cent Pullman Sleeping Cars, Horton Re
clining Chair Cars, and our justly cele
brated Palace Dining Cars! m-**
ter7*150 lbs. of Baggage Checked Free.
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
12-05 p.m 12 40 p.m
8 20 p.m.
9 00 p.m
7.50 a m. 7 15 a.m