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ST.i PAUL. i
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26,1887
All persons wishingr to transact
bnsiness with the WESTERN
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.
DR IIURD & Co the painless dentists,
No. 24 E 1 bird street.
Mas COBA HENDEBSON retumded from
her Chicago trip last Sunday.
OLD and young revel in the innocent
pleasure chewing Colgate Taffy Tolu
REV. M. HENDEBSON 'took a busi
ness trip to Chicago this week return
MR Z. MITCHELL, of Minneapolis, the
correspondent of the APPEAL, gave us a
SHERIPK RICHTER made theunfortunate
inmates of the jail Thursday by giving
all a, magnificent thanksgiving dinner.
ARTIFICIAL teeth inserted solidly in
the mouth without a plate by Doctors
Ellis and Stanley, No. 450 Wabasha
MRS L. A ROBERSON entertained at
dinner Thursday, Mr. and Mrs T. H.
Lyles, Master Harry and Miss Cora
MR. B. YANCY, of Edma Mills, paid
us a visit thanksgiving day, he leaves
shortly to spend the winter in Wash
ington, D. C.
MR. GEO. CLMJGETT, of Des Moines,
Grand Master of the Masons of this
state, was in the city this week the guest
of Mr Hilyard.
MR AND MRS. H, C. COVINGTON gave a
thanksgiving dinner to Mr. and Mrs. C*
B. Lazenberry, Mr. and Mtg. W. Gard
nei, Messrs P. and J. Q. Adams.
DON'T forget to spend a little money
with E. Ingham, No. 327 Jackson
street, and stand a chance of getting a
Christmas gift worth from $25 to $190.
WHEN any of our readers wish to
purchase coal or wood, they should
leave their orders with Messrs. N. F.
and W. H. Butt, No. 380 Minnesota st.
MRS W DOVER and daughter, MISS
Courtney, entertained ot dinner last
Sunday Mrs. E. Anderson,Miss Mary
Godett, Messrs and C. F. Adams.
0\A ING to the absence of the pastor of
&t James church no services were held
thanksgiving day. A supper was given
in the chuichat night which was well
MR. AM MRS W ELLIOT gave a
thanksgiving dinner to Mr. and Mis.
K. Hilyard, Mrs. L. A. Roberson, her
sons, Fiank and Will and daughters
Celia and Vodie
SERVICES ere held at Pilgrim Baptist
church by Rev. W. Gray, Thanksgiving
Day, which were well attended. There
was a festival held in the basement of
the church at night.
ROOMERS WANTEDFour young
men can be accomodated with lodge-
mgatMrs James Banister's, No. 192^
Martin stieet, at very reasonable rates.
References given and required.
THANKSGIVING DAY was generally ob
seived throughout the city. The busi
ness houses closed, the hotels gave big
dinners, the churches held services and
all had a good time geneially.
MR. O HOWARD has bought the
Globe barber shop and bath rooms ior
ineily owned by Wilson and Caipenter
and is now sole pioprietor. This es
tablishment is one of the finest in the
THE ladies of the W. C. T. TJ held an
informal reception thanksgiving even
ing at then room on East Seventh
stieet. Good things were in abundance
and a number of addiesses were de
livered^and musical selections.
ABOUT 150 guests partook of the Y. M.
A. dinner thanksgiving Jday. Nine
teen states and eight countries were
represented In the evening a social
reception was held the lecture room
anl all enjoyed themselves thoroughly.
MONEY TO LOAN-on horses, car
iiages, wagons, furnituie, house-hold
goods, diamonds, watches, or any per
sonal property. Call on Jefferson, Cun
ningham and Williams, Real Estate and
Loan Agents, No. 105 East Fifth Street.
PEOPLE who pass along Seventh street
aie attracted by the fine display of
photogiaphs in the show case at No 93,
the Peoples Gallery, Messrs. Witherby
& Shepherd, proprietors Give them a
call. One 8x10 and one dozen cabinets
$3 00 until the holdays onlv.
CAPI S W MCK!INLEY, who has been
in am city since last January, left for
ms former home, Charleston, S. last
Monday evening, being called away on
legal business He will spend the win
tei in the South but promises to return
"when the robins nest again."
MR AND MRS. W. H. CAY entertained
with a thanksgiving dinner Misses Mary
Godett, Lulu Griswold, Courtney Do
ver, Bertha Heathcock, Ednah Mason,
Messrs. John Luca, C. A. Mason, Robt.
Mallory, of Stillwater, Lewis Wilson,
S. Alsop, D. C. Cotton, C. F. and J, Q!
MR. WM. KEYS,of Rochester, N. Y.,
and Mrs. Mary J. Davis were united'
in marriage at the residence otthe bride
on Sixth street, last Monday afternoon.
Rev. J. M. Hendeison performed the
ceremony. The wedding was a very
quiet one and was a surprise to all but
the most intimate friends of the high
contracting parties. i|. "&\fj^
THE favorites, the Boston Ideals have
given their annual week of music and
song to the theatre going people of the
city this wees. They close their en
gagement with a performabce this aft
ernoon and to-night. Next week we
will have America's brilliant
young tragedian, Robert Downing, in
the grandest production of Spartacus
the Gladiator. As this is the first op
portunity that has been offered to wit
ness this sublime tragedy since the
MP 1 SfH
death of McCullough, the lovers of
the legitmate will of course turn out en
THOSE who contemplate getting prit
tograpbs 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 several copies of the pic
tures he took of the St. James A. M. E.
last Monday, which are rare
specimens of art, and all who wish
copies of these pictures should tend in
their orders at once. He also has sev
eral negatives of Bishop Brown from
which pictures may be had.
A VERY charming little lady recieved
a box by express from Chicago one day
this week and owing to its being a lit
tle peculiar in construction, she suspect
ed it contained an anarchistic bomb or
an infernal machine, and was afraid to
open it. With one of her winning
smiles illminating her face, she request
ed a young man to open the box. He
would have faceg death, by old age, for
one of those smiles. He said his prayers
and proceeded to cautiously open the
box. After removing a lot cotton and
excelsior a little box was found in which
a nice bracelet and a ring were discov
ered. The young man drew a sigh of
relief and the young la iy went into a
conniption fit over the present.
A Good Muffler for 50c at the Crystal,
253 Nicollet ave.
Fine silk umbrellas and canes at the
Crystal, 253 Nicolett.
All Wool half hose at 25c at the Crys
tal, 253 Nicollet avenue.
Mrs J. Coleman is much better
this week, but is not well yet.
Lined Gloves in Kid, Buck, etc., at
$1 at the Crystal, 253 Nicollet ave.
The ftutertainment given by the G.
U. O. F., last Tuesday was a grand suc
cess both financially and socially.
Mr. Z. W. Mitchell opens his class in
penmanship at Northwestern College
next Wednesday. He has a number of
pupils but will admit a few more.
Mr. J. W. Johnson of the Hotel
Brunswick, Faribault, made us a flying
vsi last Saturday and gave encourage
ing reports of bis flourishing city.
There will be a mass meeting at 110
Washington Ave. S., Monday evening,
Nov, 28th, foi the purpose of electing
delegates to the Civil Rights convention
that will be held in St. Paul, Dec. 5.
The Shorter Lyceum met Monday
evening for the purpose of electing offi
cers for the ensuing quarter. Owing
to the few present the election was post
poned until Tuesday eve Nov 29 All
requested to be present.
The B. B. B, exhibi
tion and broom drill will
take place at Freya Hall, Tuesday even
ing, Nov* 29., for the benefit of the Short
er A. M. E. ohurch. Admission 25cts.
AH havmg canvass books are requested
to report them that evening.
The installation of ofBceas of Anchor
Lodge, No, 14, A. F. and A. M., took
place publicly at Freya Hall last Tues
day evening condncted by Geo.
Clegget, G. W. M, of tne Grand Lodge
of Iowa. The meeting was opened by
prayer- Welcome address by Rev. L.
H. Reynolds Response by Mr. G. H.
Clegget, after which the following offi
cers were installed A. H. Mvrick, W.
M., G. A.Bolden, S. W. C. F. Davis
J. W.F. A, Jackson, Sec'y. D. A.
McFarland, Treas., E. G. Perkins, S.
D,, Jno. Bucknei, J. D., A. H. Wad
kins, Tyler, after which refreshments
The grandest event of the week was
the marriage of Mr. G. W. Turner to
Miss Antonia Ellis, both of this city,
which took place last Wednesday eve,
at 9 p. m. in the cosy parlors of the
groom,No. 1221 Fifth street S., witness
ed by some of the best citizens of our
city. The distinguished guests present
were. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Goodrich,
manager of the -M'npl's Street R. R.,
Mr. Orae, of the West Hotel, Mr. Wil
lis of Willis and Dunham, Mr. O'Con
nor and Mr Allen with a large number
of his many friends of this city
The bride wore fawn colored silk
with plush trimmings, natural flowers
aud diamonds, and looked very beauti
ful as she assumed the vows that joined
her foi weal or woe tothe man of her
The groom was arryed in the conven
tional black. The bridesmaid the beau
tiful sister of the bride, Miss Eva Ellis
wore pink albatross with satin trim
ingsand natural flowers. Mr. F. E.
Wilson assumed the honors of the best
After the ceremony an elegant supper
was served. The table was loaded with
all the delicacies of the season and most
beautifully decorated with flowerB. The
presents were very costly and numer
ous. A very elegant pastel picture and
Bamboo easel and scarf, Mr. and Mrs
Goodrich solid silver cake basket, Mrs.
Ellis Bilver dinner castor, Mies Eva
Ellis butter dish, Mr. and Mrs. Rich
ards pickle caster, Mrs. R. Robinson
napkin ring, Mattie Smith vase, G.
Hayden cut glass fruit dish, Mrs. H.
Vaughn silver stand with vinegar cru
et, Misses R. Scott and Eva Graham
peach blow vase, Miss C. Young solid
silver gravy bowl, Mr. and Mrs. Carter:
set of cut glasses, Mr. and Mrs. Lee
water pitcher, Mrs. Watts set of water
glssses, Mr. and Mrs, Neal gipsy waste
basket, Miss J. Hilyer hat rack and
umbrella stand, Mr. and Mrs. Harney
case with cards, Z. W. Mitchell decora
ted water pitcher, Edward Mitchell
cut glass cruet dish and fancy towels,
Mrs. Grooms hand-worked scarf, Miss
Freeman fancy towels, Mrs. William
son, of Decature, Ills, fancy table cloth
and napkins, Mr. and Mrs. Todd fancy
towels, Mrs. Brady, cut glass dish, F.
Lomac bronze kettle, Mrs, Bolden
platte thermometer case, Miss Carpen-.
ter: walnut stand, Mr.and Mrs. Rhodes
and numerous other presents.
In accordance with the custom that was introduced by this house seven
years ago, I shall make my usual Christmas Gifts this year as follows:
A Warren & Clough 12-stop
Parlo Organ, very handsomely
carved and ornamented case*^ .Price,
HIRDA Gentleman's Hunting Gold
14k, 46 dwt., case elaborately
ngraved, and containing a fine jeweled
American movement, fine Gold Chain
and Charm. Valued at $125.
Send for Calalogue.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
N SCOTT, Manager.
One Week, Commencing Monday, Nov.
28th, America's Brilliant Young
Under the Management of Mr.
Jos. H. Mack, in the Grandest
Production ever given of
SPARTACUS, THE GLADIATOR.
The gieat legitimate success of the STAR
THEATER, NEW YORK. Sale of seats
"Will Lieave Soon.
Come and get one of the groups of the
committee taken on "Colored People's
Day"they will serve to remind vou of
one of the greatest events of the age.
221 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis.
THE CENTURY MAGAZINE.
IT the November, 1887, issue
CENTUBY commences its thirty
fifth volume with a regular circula
tion of almost 250,000. The war papers
and the Life of Lincoln increased its
monthly edition by 100,000. The latter
history having recounted the events of
Lincoln's eaily years, and given the
necessary survey of the political condi
tien of the country, reaches a new
period, with which his secretaries were
most intimately acquainted. Under the
LINCOLN IN THE WAR
the writers now enter on the more im
portant part of their narrative, viz: the
early years of the war and President
Lincoln's part therein.
Supplementary War Papers,
following the "battle series," by distin
guished generals, will describe inter
esting features of army life, tunneling
from Libby Prison, narratives of per
sonal adventure, etc. General Sher
man will write on "The Grand Strategy
of the War." *3
Kennon on Siberia.
Except the Life of Lincoln and the
War Articles, no more important series
has ever been undertaken bv the Cen
tury than this of Mr. Kennan's. With
the previous preparation of four years'
travel and study in Russia and Siberia,
the author undertook a journey of 15,-
C00 for the special investigation here re
quired. An introduction from the
Russian Minister of the Interior admit
ted him to the principal mines and
prisons, where he became acquainted
with some three hundred State exiles.
Liberals, Nihilists, and others,and the
series will be a startling as well as an
accurate revelation of the exile system.
The many illustrations by the artist
and photographer, Mr. George A.Frost,
who accompanied the author, will add
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Misce toneous Features
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OURTHLady's Hunting Gold
handsomely engraved, with a
fine imported nickel jeweled movement
and a handsome gold chain and loeket.
Valued at $75.
Tickets, properly numbered, will be given with each eashsate of $Tor more.
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 girt, or large one
either, for that matter and are genuine and fine, and worth at least $40 by them-
selves. The entire Dell is yalued at $125, I^^^Mi,
The tickets for the Doll are free to all applicants, whether purcnaseors or not.
By mail, send 2-cent stamp for reply
Fine Opera Glass, pearl
trimmed Value, $25.
A large Music-Box.
Valued at fflg*?
Musi fees. Etc.
I have a few Violms and Revolyers left that I will close out at Loan Value
as I am dropping these lines of goods, and when once out of them shall have no
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running Two Trains Daily to Kan-
^f Sas City, Leavenworth and Atchison
t*rfly by making connections wittt the Union Pa-
ciflcRailways. and Atchison, Topeka and Sante
The Tria6 of Pickwick
Charles Dickens. Thi fe thefirsttime the
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 poiuts 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!
*&"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
write to S. Jf- BOYD,
Gen. Tkt. and Pass. Agt.,MinneapaIiv
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,
R. MANNING, W, M.
W. A. HTI.YAKD, SEC.
Stevens Lodge, No. 113, A.\F.\A.\ M.
meets first and third Tuesdays in
each month atNol98,W.T rd street.
All brother Masons in good standing
aie always welcome.
J. F.COQUIKE, 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
are always welcome.
G. O. of O. F. Mars Lodge, No.
2202,-jiPete every 2nd and 4th Wedpes
days, coiner Jackson and Seventh
W. H. PABKEB, SB. N. G*
D. PAKKJET, Sec,
has revolutionized the
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Workers from their homea. Pay liberal: any
one can dotoework either sex,young or old
no special ability required. Oapftalnotneed."
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return to us and wfwjLU send you free, some. teJ
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