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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12,1887.
All persons wishing to transact
business with the WESTivKN
APPEAL* will please take notice
that the office is now in the Union
Block, corner of Fourth and
Cedar, Room, No. 27, Fifth
Floor. Take the elevator.
MRS, WILLIAM GRAY is on the" sick list
QUICK relief for indigestion. Colgan's
Taffy Tolu Gum.
WILL HACHLEY, of Chicago, was
in the city this week.
R. HUKD & Co., the painless dentists,
No.24E Ibird street.
MISS ESTELLA BALL, of Minneapolis, is
visiting Mrs". Wm. Gray.
R. J. M. ELMORE, of Appleton, Wis.,
was in the city this week.
MR. R. A. MALLORY, of Stillwater,
Minn., was in the city this week.
MR. LINCOLN VALLE GRAY.of St. Louis,
a son of Rev. W. Gray, is in the city.
MR. AND MRS. B. C. YANCY, of Edina
Mills, Minn, were in the city Sunday
MRS. JOHN JOHNSON, of Chicago, is in
the city, the guest of Mrs A. W. Bragg
HE cable line is expected to be in
running order by the middle of next
Go to Warren & Hurst's Lunch Room
No. 385 Minnesota street, when you-are
FOR good, square, home-made meals,
call at Mrs. Mary McLain's boarding
house, No. 380 Minnesota Street.
MR. AND MRS. A. G. RUSSELL are now
at home to tbeir friends in their newly
purchased residence, No. 299 Charles
ARTIFICIAL teeth inserted solidly in
the mouth without a plate by Doctors
Ellis and Stanley, No. 450 Wabasha
WH EN any of our readers wish to
purchase coal or wood, they should
leave their orders with Messrs. N.
and W. Butt, Ne. 380 Minnesotast.
MESSRS JOHN AND JAMES CnuR.brothers
of Mrs. T. Lyles, were in the city
Sunday visiting relatives. They are
traveling with the original Georgia
AMONG the Minneapolitans who vis
ited our city last Sunday to witness the
dedication were Mr. and Mrs. W.
Lewis, Mrs. Katie Mason, Messrs. J,
Thurman and A Mynck.
Go TO HILL'S Furniture House, No
403, Jackson street where vou will find
a full line of Household Goods, Furni
ture, Carpets, etc., as cheap if not
cheaper than any place in the city. tf.
MICHAEL STOGOFF, courier to the Czar,
will be the attraction at the Grand foi
three nights and Wednesday matinee,
next week. There is an excellent corps
de ballet under the leadership of Mons
Chiada and M'Ue Eloise.
MONEY TO LOANon horses, car
riages, wagons, furniture, house-hold
goods, diamonds, watches, or any per
sonal property. Call on Jefferson, Cun
ningham and Williams, Rpal Estate and
Loan Agents, No. 105 East Fifth Street
R. GEO. A. LUCAS who came to our
city a few months ago, and went to rail
roadingiecently, returned to his home
in Cleveland, Ohio Prior to leaving
Cleveland he was engaged in the S
railway mail service for several years.
He has decided to enter the rmnist
This was his intention earlier in life
He has entered the Oberlin Theological
Seminan and will take a two years
course. He will also pastor the thriving
little congregation at Pamesville, O.
THOSE who contemplate getting pho
tographs will do well to visit Prof. J. P.
Ball, of 221 Nicollet avenue, Minneapo
lis, at once, as he leave for Helena,
Mon shortly Prof Ball is a veteran
photographer, and has no equal in this
country. We visited his studio this
week and saw seveial copies of the pic
tures he took of the St. James A. M. E.
church last Monday, which are rare
specimens of art, and all who wish
copies of these pictures should lend in
their orders at once. He also has sev
eral negatives of Bishop Brown from
which pictures may be had.
LAST Wednesday evening a few friends
tendered Mrs. T. Lyles a birthday
surprise party at her residence on Ash
land avenue. There were present Rev
and Mrs. J. M. Henderson, Mr. and
Mrs. Parker, Mesdames L. A.
Roberson, A. G. Russell, M. Epps, Mas
ter Ben Henderson and Mi.J.Q Adams.
The surprise was a genuine one when
Mrs. Lyles was invited into her dining
room to partake of a handsome repast,
At her plate she found presents as fol
lows: A beautiful birthday card from
Ben Henderson, a handsomely em
broidered pin-cushion from Rev.
Mrs. Henderson, a magnificent cake
from Misses Cora and Florence French,
a fine hand embroidered handkerchief
from Mrs. F. D. Parker, a box of French
ben bons from Mrs. Margaret Epps, a
lovely hand painted satin sachet from
Mrs. L. A. Roberson and a superb crim
son plush photograph case from Mrs. A.
Card of Thanks.
The Pilgrim Baptist church desires to
acknowledge the receipt of $445 66 as
the net proceeds of the very successful
fair held Oct. 24th to the 28th, 1887.
We hereby in this manner feebly
attempt to thank all who contributed to
make it such a material and substantial
aid tons in our hour of need.
We desire to expi ess thanks to Mrs.
A. G. Russell as president, and Mrs. J.
H. Hickman, as secretary of the Busy
Bees association, for their unselfish la
bors and praise them for the managerial
ability displayed, also the following list
of workers: 4
"Bee Hive," Booth, Mesdams Rus
sell, Leavett and Hickman "Kentucky
Home," Mesdames Wm. Gray, Moses
Bibbs, Smith and C. Scott "Novelty,",
Mesdames W. Ridgeway, Liggins Gris
wold and Hall. "House wife," Mes
dames J. W. Smith and J. Johnson
"Ice Cream and Candy," Mesdames
Howard, Combs and Mrs. Clark
"Supper," Mesdames Owen Davis,
Bradley. Martin and Mr. O. Davis. We
appreciate fully the work of those en
gaged in the voting contests, and also
those who aided in furnishing amuse
ment for visiters at the fair.,*.
Thanks to everybody,^
if& W M. GRAY, pastor p^,
UkJ- HICKMAN, P. T. B4|j|ffl1jf
|IWM. STEVENS, P. D. Jp\ ^f
***D. SAUNDERS, church clerk.
Pilgrim church, St. Paul, Nov. 11th,volume.
!Last Chance. 5"f5M
The new German class of Prof. Adams
isjust commencing at room 63 Court
Block, Fourth staeet, between Wabasha
and Cedar. The lessons are given
Tuesdays, Tburtdays and Saturdays at
4 and 8 p. m., the learner may eoine at
the more convenient hour. This is pos
itively the last course to be given in St.
Paul so those who desire to learn the
German language should avail them
selves of the last opportunity. The
price for this course has been reduced
and payments may be made in install
ments. The readers of the APPEAL are
cordially invited to come at the hours
named and hear the new method ex
plained. _^1 W
The night schools opened Monday
A Good Muffler for 50c at the Crystal,
253 Nicollet ave.
There are 31 teachers and 1,100 pupils
in the night schools.
Fine silk umbrellas and canes at the
Crystal, 253 Nicolett.
All Wool half hose at 25c at the Crys
tal, ?53 Nicollet avenue.
Lined Gloves in Kid, Buck, etc., at
$1 at the Crystal, 253 Nicollet ave.
The Excelsior club is anticipating a
-grand time on the 23rd of this month.
The social last Thursday evening at
the parsonage was a most enjoyable
Mr. William Gray is building a resi
dence near Twentv-ninth street and
Twelfth avenue South.
Professor Adams, of St. Paul, has or
ganized a German class in our city of
which we may*all feel proud.
The Park Commissioners are making
provisions for fostering winter sports
which will meet the approval of all.
The Second A. M. E. church choir
give their first social Thursday, Nov
10th, at the residence of Mr. Grooms.
Rev W. Morris, of the First A
E. church of this city, preached a most
eloquent sermon Sunday evening in the
pulpit of Rev. L. H. Reynolds.
The Second A. M. E. choir was hon
ored by the assistance of our most es
teemed friends, Mr. and Mrs. T.
Lyles, of St. Paul, Tuesday evening.
The Shorter Lyceam will now assume
their usual evening for business, meet
ing at their hall, No. 505J Washington
avenue South. All are invited. E
Mrs A. Jordan, who is spending
some time at Duluth, paid us a flying
visit this week returning Friday. He
charming daughter, Miss Hattie, still
lingers in the Zenith City.
The long expected broom brigade,
under the special trainging of Mr. and
Mrs. C.L. Hunt and Mrs. Brittan, will
present themselves to the public, Tues
day evening, Nov. 17th, at the church
505 Washington avenue South.
The St. Anthony Lodge of G. U. O. of
O. F. will give an entertainment of a
literary nature at the Northwestern
Cottage hall on Thursday evening Nov
17th. The patronage entire community
both of St Paul and Minneapolis
kindly solicited by the Order.
We dropped into the furniture store
of Mr. Neil McMillan one day this week
and found the handsomest stock of the
latest styles in bedrooai suites and par
lor furniture in the city. Any one who
wishes to purchase will do well to in
spect his magnificient stock. Prices to
Mr. H. M. Young, white,has invented
a heating device for passenger cars
which bids fair to lesson the usual seri
ous results from fire in case of collisions
The device automatically extinguishes
the fire in the heater and the lamps,
and at the same time puts on the air
brake. A successful test of the inven
tion was made last Saturday.
At the orthodox ministers' meeting,
Monday morning Rev. J. C. Holbrook,
of Oakland, Cal made an interesting
review of Rev. Austin Willey's work on
the subject of the *'Anti-Slavery Move-
ment." The paper elicited some very
remarks from Rev. W. H.
Morris, pastor of the African A. M. E.
church of this city. Dr. Holbrook re
ceived a vote of thanks for his excellent
Press Agent Mead of the exposition
has made his report, and therein are
some interesting figures which speak
for themselves Minnesota papers gave
472 notices, Wisconsin, 270 Dakota 246
and Iowa 98a grand total of 1,086. All
these notices were "free gratis." Col
Mead thinks that in the future, Press
day should be made more of a feature,
and that the press department should
be responsible directly to the directors
and independent of the general mana
The German class of Prof. Adams "is
just commencing at No. 224 Hennepin
avenue, room 6, third floor. The les
sons are given Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays at 4 and 8 P. M. The learn
er may come at the more convenient
hour. This is positively the only course
to be given in Minneapolis. All should
avail themselves of this opportunity to
learn this most useful language. The
price lor the course has been reduced
and payments* may be made in install
ments. The readers of the APPEAL are
cordially invited come to class-room at
hours named and have the new method
X-MAS IS COMING!
The Minneapolis class of Prof. Adams
now comprises the following persons.
Messrs. W. D. Boutell, W. A. Hazel, J.
Nelson, Robt. Coleman, John G. Ster
rett, L. H. Revnolds, A. Plummer,
Mesdames C. L. Hunt, C. Wilkins,
Katie Mason, Misses Hattie Moore and
Alletta Jordan. New pupils will be re
ceived next week. You ought to join
the class. I will be worth ten times
the money you spend. Prof. Adams
would be pleased to have persons visit
the class and hear the new method ex
plained. "Seeing is Believing."
The A. M. E centennial was the
crowning event of the week. The ven
erable bishop, John M. Brown was
present in the afternoon with a number
of able and distinguished ministers of
th* A. M. E. connection. The Bishop
preached one of his eloquent and
characteristic sermons, which was more
than beneficial to all who apprised
themselves of opportuniny of hearing
In the evening at 8 p. m., our pastor
Rev. L. H, Reynolds opened the pro
gram by introducing Rev John M. Hen
derson, pastor of the St. James A. M.
E. church of St. Paul, he spoke briefly
but most abty and eloquently, sketching
on the history of the A. M. E, church
from the time that Bishop Allen first
founded it in a blacksmith shop in
Philadelphia to the present time.
Next, Elder Knight, of Chicago, was
introduced, and all present listened to
a most able and interesting discourse
Rev. W. H. Morris of the East Side
charge was then introduced and deliv
ered an onginal poem. Entitled the A.,
M. E church, it was a poem that had
every feature of being composed by a
gifted poet of unusual ability, it con
tained the history of the A. M. E
church in all its stages, Owing to the
inconvenience of returning home late,
most of our Eastern visitors of St. Paul
returned home before the adjournment
of the meeting.
Will Leave Soon.
Come and get one of the groups of the
committee taken on "Colored People's
Day"they will serye to remind you of
one of the greatest events of the age.
J. PI BALL.
221 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis.
The Masonic Fraternity will at once
see the utility of having in their posses
sion an Annual Masonic Directory that
will give the name of every Grand
Lodge, Chapter, Commandery or mem
bers of the Consistory. Town, City, or
State in which they are convened. And
the name and residence of each and ev
ery individual member. Such a* book
published annually, will be invaluable
to every membei of the Fraternity.
The publisher earnestly requests that
the Grand Secretary of each and every
Lodge, Chapter, Commandery and Con
sistoy will please forward to me, on a
Postal Card his name and address, as I
wish to foward each one of them a print
ed letter desiring of them to accept the
agency, and gauranteeing them a royal
ty on each book, something to their fi
nancial and personal interest. "Ss^S
65 Hanover Street, Boston, Mass.
Rooms 3 and 4
custom that was introduced In accordance with the custom that was^thtroduce by this house seven
years ago, I shall make my usual Christmas Gifts this year as follows: 1%
Warren & Clough 12-stop
Parlo Organ, very handsomely
carved and ornamented caae'/MPrice,
A set of Encyclopedia Bri
tannica, Volumes, bound in Mo
rocco, and until recently sold for $6 per
A Gentleman's Hunting Gold
Watch. 46 dwt., case elaborately
engraved, and containing a fine jeweled
American jvement, fine Gold
and Charm. Valued at $125.
^^FINALLYThe beautiful French Doll, Fairy Princess II. This is the seventh
of these dolls that have been given away, but is undoutedly the handsomest ever
seen in the West. Her Wardrobe is simply elegantof the finest silks and latest
style. The is as large as many children of eighteen months, stands and sits alone,
and is complete from the top of her pink ostrich feather to the tips of her pink
kid slippers. Her Diamond eai drops can be worn by any little girl, or large one
either, for that matter and are genuine and fine, and worth at least $40 by them-
selves. The entire Dell is valued at $125,
The tickets for the Doll are free toj|l applicants, whether purchaseors or not.
By mail, send 2-cent stamp for reply. 1p|I*
I have a few Violins and Revolvers left that I will close out at Loan
as I am dropping these lines of goods, and when once eut of them shall have
more. J. E. INGHAM
327 JACKSON ST.
Send fo Catalogue.
Watch, handsomely engraved, with a
'fine imported nickel jeweled movement
and a handsome gold chain and locket.
Valued at $75.
IFTHA Diamond Stud? will reset
ring or Lace Pin if desired. Valued
Fine Opera Glass.^pearl
trimmed Value, $25. j&^To S
A large Music-Box.
'I ^Tickets, properly numbered, will be given with each cash sale of $1 or more.
MONEY TO LOAN on WATCHES, DIAMONDS, Eto! Etc,
Music Boxes. Etc.
Three nights and Wednesday matinee,
commencing Monday, Nov. 14,
Charles L. Andrews'
And Minuet Carnival Company. Re-
cordPans, nearly two years London,
over one year New York, 200 nights!
United States, four seasons. Company
of recognized artists' Scenery new and
superb! Costumes rich and gorgeous'
Beautiful minuet ballets led by Mone.
Chiada and M'lie Eloise. Two cars of
paraphernalia. Forty-four people.
Sale of seats now open.
N. BUTT. W. BUTT.
In large or small quantities
to suit purchasers, delivered
free of charge.
Hard Goal 50 Gents Pr. Bushel.
Soft Goal 40 Cents Pr. Bushel.
Leave Orders At
No. 380 Minnesota Street.
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC SUITINGS,
BEST GOODS AT LOWMT FIGUMS.
2 8 Washingfton~Avenue S., and
So. 239, First Aven South,
OLD CLOTHES MADE NEW
zm LATE OF PHILADELPHIA,
RENOVATES AND REPAIRS
US ^^^ran^^S^" ir^
His New French Method of
468 Robert St, ahove 8th, ST. PAUL, MINN.
ORDERS Received for any number oi
Pieces of the Quadrille Band for ym
Public or Private Parties.
YOU CAN BUY THERE:
A Good Stiff hat for$pC
A Fur Cap for^^Mffe^
A Fur Cap &2te*$E$fe18$
A Seal Skin Cap for r^,^
A better one for
A Silk Umbrella fofffi
It will pay you to call at
Also a full and complete line of Un-
derwear, Dress Shirts, Hosiery, Glojves,
Mufflers and Neckwear.
253, NICOLLET AVENUE,
1 Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The undersigned beg^ to inform the
public that he has opened up the
THE MOST COMPLETE NEW STOCK
Of Foreign and Domestic Woolens for
Fall and Winter wear ever shown in
SUITS to order from $25.00
TROUSERS 6 00
Fall and Winter Overcoats 25.00
MRS. T- H. LYLES.
ALL KINDS OF HAIR GOODS,
For Sale and Made to Order.
LADIES' BATHS, SHAMPOOING AND HAIR
CUTTING A SPECIALTY.
Calls made to Residences when desired
8ST" Full line of Masquerade, Mourning,
Wedding and Fancy Costumes for rent.
47, EAST THIRD STREET.
Soft and stiff HATS
NEWEST DESIGNS I N NECKWEAR.
WHITE and COLORED
SHIRTS and FINE
23, Bast Third Street. St Paul
DJJ. S. WOOSTER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
224, HENNEPIN AVE.
Office Hours 10 to 12 a m., 2 to 4 p.m.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
Pannell & Bailie,
412, JACKSON STREET, ST. PAUL
MRS. MARY McLAlN S
Board by the week, $4.00
Single meals, 25c.
Meals and service unsurpassed
No. 380 Minnesota street ST. PAUL.
24 Last lnird street.
Largest and most thoroughly equipped
dental establishment west of New York.
We extract from 1 to 30 teeth in three
minutes without jai or danger.
We do the best dental work at lowest
prices, and extract and make more
teeth than all of the dentists in the city
combined. "Opair EVENINGS." Dr. Hurd
2 4 E Third st. near Wabasha
Choicest Wine, Liquors & Cigars
CUNNINGMM A CO.
3S4* MINNESOTA STBEETf
ss^ &%m MB*-3*"*
WILLIAM BUTT, PKTX. E, Kan
(MINNESOTA A KORTHWESTEEN E E.)
will contribute to your happiness.
2 Solid Through Trains 2
BACH WAY DAILY,
Fond Du Lac,
PALACE DINING CARS
on all through trains in which meals
are served at the uniform price ot
PALACE CHAIR CARS
on all day trains, with polite and atten
Palace Sleeping Cars
unrivalled by any in the world, on all
The "Short Line to all points
in Central. Northern and Eastern
Wisconsin, and on the Michigan
F. N. FINNEY, W. S. MELLF.N,
Managing Director. Gen'l nager.
A. A. ALLEN, JAS. BARKER,
Ass't Gen'l Man. Gen'l Pass.& Tkt Agt
CITY TICKET OFFICES,
173 East Third Street, St. Paul, Minn.
19, Nicollet House Block, Minneapolis,
TRAINS DAILY EACH WAY
Chicago, St.Louis and Kansas City
l*A.ND INTERMEDIATE POINTS.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers, elegant through daycoaches onail trains,
.THE BEST AM) QUICKEST LINE TO
0ES MOINES, FORT DODGE, PHILADELPHIA,
^LOUISVILLE, PEORIA, NEW ORLEANf,
PITTSBURGH, BALTIMORE, GALVESTON,
COLUMBUS, WASHINGTON, SAN ANTONIA,
INDIANAPOLIS, CINCINNATI. NEW YORll
BUFFALO, SAN FRANCISCO, BOSTON,
And all Points in Old and New Mexico, Canada and the Provinces.
SUMMER or WINTER,
in either direction between
MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL,
AND THE EAST.
operates 5,500 miles of
equipped road in Illinois,
Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota
IT IS THE BEST DIRECT RODTE BETWEEN
ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS IN THE NORTAWEST,
SOUTHWEST AND FAR WEST.
For maps, time tables, rates of passage
and freight, etc., apply to the nearest
station agent of Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul Railway, or to any Railroad
Agent anywhere in the World.
R. MILLER, General Manager A,
V. H. CARPENTER, Gen'l Pass, and
Ticket Agent. J. TUCKKR, Ass't
Gen'l Manager. GEO. HEAFFORD are always welcome.
Ass't Gen'l Pass, and
or information in reference to
Lands and Towns owned bv the Chicago
THE SAVINGS BANK OF ST. PAUL,
Rice Block, S. W. Corner of Fifth
^*#and Jackson Streets.
Five per cent, interest paid on time
deposits. Money loaned on improved
city property. Transacts a general
banking business. Capital, 950,000.
Surplus and undivided profits, $20,409.-
38. Open Saturdays from 6 to 7 m.
John S, Prince, President. Edward
Meier, Gaahier, |f|
Lv. Minnpls. Lv. St. Paul. Ar St. Paul. Ar. Minnpl.
Chicago, St. Louis & Kan
sag City t7.30a.m. t8:35a.m. *7:15a.m. *8.30a.m.
Chicago & Dubuque Fast
Express *l:00pm. *l:40p.m. *3:50p.m. *4.30p.m.
field, Lyle & Austin f3:30 p.m. 4 30 p.m. fH:20 a.m fH:55 a.m
Chicago, St. Louis & Kan
sas City *7:30 p.m. *8:10 p.m. *6:45 p.m. *7:30 p.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.
MINNEAPOLIS and St LOUIS
4ND THE FAMOUS
Albert Lea Route
Two Through Trains Daily
FBOM ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS
Without change, connecting with the
fast trains of ali lines for the
EAST AND SOUTHEAST!
The direct and only line running through
cars between Minneapolis and
DES MOINES, IOWA
Via Albert Lea and Fort Dodge.
Direct Line Watertown, Dakota
Solid Through Trains, 9
MINNEAPOLIS AKD ST. LOUIS,
and the princip i
cities of the Miss-
for all points
Many Hours Saved and|tbe only
Line running Two Trains Daily to Kan
sas City, Leavenworth and Atchison
making connections with the Union Pa
ciflc and Atchison, Topeka and Sante
J8 Close connections madein Union
Depot flith all trains of the St. Paul,
Minneapolis & Manitoba Nothern Paci
fic St. Paul & Duluth Railways, from
and to all poiuts North and Northwest'
Remember the Trainsofthe 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!
S@"150 lbs. of Baggage Checked Free.
Faie always as Low as the Lowest! For
Time Tables. Through Tickets, etc.
call upon the nearest Ticket Agent
write to S BOYD,
Gen. Tkt. and Pass. Agt.,Mmneapalis,
Pioneer Lodge, No. 12, A.'.FJ.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.
R. MAXNING, W. M.
W. A. P'IYARD. SEC.
Stevens Lodge, No 113, A F.\A.\M.
meets first and third Tuesdays in
each month at No 198, W.T rd street.
All brother Masons in good standing
are always welcome.
COQUIBE, W. M.
M. N. Moore, Sec.
Bethel Chapter,No. 28 R.A.M.Meets
first and third Thursdays in each month
at No. 198 West Third Street. All
Royal Arch Masons in good standing
Ticket agent, J. J. TYTIR.H.
Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company, I 2202, i, 'eta every 2nd an* 4th Wednes-
write to G. Haugan, Land Commis- days, corner Jackson and Sevnth
sioner, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
/-x r\ -v vr-. *T_
W PABKEK, N. G.
A. NEWTON, Sec