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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3,1887.
DR. HtTRO & Co., the painless dentists,
No.24E Ihird street.
Law JOHNSON'S B. B. B. Minstrels at
Tamer hay Wednesday night.
A CYCLONE of fun at Lew Johnson's. B.
B. B. Minbtrels, Wednesday night. fj
MR. STEPHEN ALSOP leaves Monday for
Chicago and other cities, to visit friends.
WAIT for the Book Reception at the
St. James A. M. E. church, Dec. 28th,
OLD and young revel in the innocent
pleasure chewing Colgan,s Taffy Tolu
A PRESENT so CHEAPyet carries such
greet delight, a box of Colgan's Taffy-
BRING a book to the Sunday School
Book Reception of the St. James church
Wednesday D*c. 28.
WANTED 600 people to attend the A.
M. E. S. S. Book Reception Dec. 28th
and oach bring along a book.
MRS. DANIEL ROY entertained at din
ner Thursday Mesdames C. B. Lazen
berry, G. W. Hall, Mr. J. Q. Adams.
To MAKE it a success, every one who
attends the Sunday School Book Re
ception Dec. 28th, inst, must bring a
ARTIFICIAL teeth inserted solidly in
the mouth without a plate by Doctors
Ellis and Stanley, No. 460 Wabasha
CABINET photos of Bishop John M.
Brown only 25 cents at Prof. J. P, Balls
art studio, No. 221 Nicollet avenue Min
HAVE you one of those beautiful in
terior views of the Methodist church?
If not get one from Mr. T. H. Lyles.
Only 35 cents.
MESRRS. CHARLES HUN and Tom. Mc
intosh, late of Mestayer's Toboggrn
Company, will join Lew Johnson's Min
strels Dec. 7th.
THE Book Reception of the St. James
A. M. E. Sunday School is to be a great
affair. Remember the day and date,
Wednesday December 28.
THE St. James A. M. E. church fair
will open Dec. 26th, at Old Swedenbor
gen church, Market street, between
Fourth and Fifth, facing Rice Park.
DON'T forget to spend a little money
with J. E. Ingham, No. 327 Jackson
street, and stand a chance of getting a
Christmas gift worth from $25 to 19Q.
WHEN any of our readers wish to
purchase coal or wood, they should
leave their orders with Messrs. N. F.
and W. H. Butt, Ne. 380 Minnesota st.
MARS LODGE G. U. O. of 0. F. is mak
ing preparations for a grand entertain
ment on or about Dec. 28th '87. Notice
the WESTERN APPEAL and posters for
place and date.
ROOMERS WANTED.Four young
men can be accomodated with lodge
ing at Mrs. James Banister's, No. 192$Mr.
Martin street, at very reasonable rates.
References given and required.
FIFTY CENTS will pay for a ticket to the
B. B. B. Minstrels, the promenade con
cert, and the grand social hop at Turner
Hall Wednesday evening Dec. 7th under
the direction ef Lew Johnson. Three
entertainments in one.
Mr. B. A. Lewis is visiting Duluth.
The social given Thursday eve at the
parsonage was a grand success.
Mr. Geo. H. Clegget has returned to
his home in Des Moines, Iowa.
Lined Gloves in Kid, Buck, etc., at
$1 at the Crystal, 253 Nicollet ave.
Miss MaryCarpenter, of Minnetonka,
has been visiting our city for several
Mrs. J. P. Ball left Monday to spend
the winter in Mobile, Ala, witn her
Mrs. W. E. Harper who recently pur
chased a fine residence in this city, has
gone on a visit to her mother in Racine,
Prof. J. P. Ball has a few mere pho
tos of Bishop Brown. Everyone should
have a copy. Only 60 cents for large
size for framing.
The ladies sewing circle met at the
residence of Mrs. Bolden, 1819 Fifth
Avenue S., Thursday at 3 p. m. The
ladies are doing nicely.
Mr. R. C. Marshall has sold his restau
rant^ S. Fourth st., He realized hand
somely and TVill open in the Temple
Court building, corner of Washington
and Hennepin Avenues.
Next week is Prof. J. P. Ball's last
week for taxing photos in Minneapolis,
he leaves shortly for Helena, Mon.
Let the Prof, take a shot at you before
The penmanship class opened Wed
nesday evening, Nov 30., at the North
Western College. It is being carried
on for the benefit 1 those who are in
clined to improve their leasure time in
that way. Any person desirous of join
ing the class can make arrangements
with Z. W. Mitchell until Dec. 10.**
The Shorter Lyceum met Monday eve
at the hall, 505$ Washington Ave. S.
After their general routine of business,
three gentlemen were appointed to
nominate officers for the ensuing quar
ter. The following officers were nomin
ated andelecred: President, F.F.Wil-
son vice-president, E. A. Mitchell
sec'y,Miss Ada Moore corresponding
secretaay, Miss Mittie Boone treasurer,
Jasper Gibbs critic, A. Pinners.
The mass meeting called Monday eve
by the colored people of this city at 110
Washington Avenue S., for the purpose
of electing 18 delegates to attend the
/convention in st Paul Dec. 5, was well
Attended and a warm enthusiastic meet
ing was held. Mr. F. D. Parker, of St.
Paul, spoke telling the object of the
meeting. Mr. R. T. Grey was chosen
chairman and Mr. C. F. Wilking sec'y.
From many nominations the following
were elected: Rev. L. H. Reynolds,
F.E.Wilson, R. T. Gray, R. C.Mar
shall, Jasper Gibbs, A. J. Rivers, J. C.
Todd, A. H. Myrick, Rev. R. Morris, C.
F. Wilknins, J. P. Ball, W. R. Rogers,
J. F. Thurman, J. R. White, A. G.
Plummer, J. G. Sterrett, M. W. Lewis,
M. W. Weaver. Alternates were elect
ed to take the place of those who can
Report of bands at St. Peter's A. M.
church Tuesday evening, Nov. 29th,
1887. 182 W^m
Allen's banSfpastor^ *66.U.
Ruth's band, J. Hilyer, 51.82.
Shorter's band. F. Lomack 67.85.
Turner's band, C, C. Carter 60.90.
Brown's band, J. L. Neal 34.50.
Campbells' band, J. Gibson 19.98.
Payne's band 5.10.
Wayman's band, 10.25.
Martha's band, M. Freeman... 13.00.
Several books have not been reported
yet. F. Lomack collected $60 Mrs.
Harvey, $34.85 Jennie Hilyer, $28.35
Fannie Cunningham, $25: John L. Neal,
donated on behalf of himself and wife,
a lot worth $200. So that the total of re
ceipts, with fifteen still to report was
The leading event of the week was
the exhibition and broom drill of the
B. B. B. The young folks did exceed
ingly well in all the proceedings of the
exhibition. Under the training of Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Hunt and Mrs. C. L.
Britten a company of young misses, af
ter training six weeks, rendered the
following programme with perfect suc
cess: Awkwar i squad, company recita
tion, Corp Crosle dialogue, M. Sam
uels, S. Jackson, F. Burke, F. Johnson,
A. Gordon, N. Bridges, A. Jordan and
M. Crosle parade with song, company
recitation, Master Theo. Carlisle reci
tation, Mamie Jackson recitation, Mas
ter Vincent Hunt silent drill and pa
rade, company sword fencing, Mr. C.
L. Hunt and Mr. C. L. Britten. The
prizes which were given to the most
perfect young lady in the above drill
were awarded, first to Miss M. Samuels,
and second to Miss A. Letta Jordan.
Miss Hattie Jordan presided at the pi
As a great many presents from a dis
tance were received by Mr. and Mrs.
G. H. Turner after the wedding, the
following revibed list is presented this
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Goodrich, easel
and picture, pin-cushion, comforter,
dozen towels, from Paris, Mo. Mrs.
Mary E. Ellis, silver cake baeket Mr.
and MM. Richards, silver butter dish
Mrs. Robinson and family,silver pitcher
stand Misses Bertha Scott and Eva
Graham, vinegar caster Miss Mattie
Smith, silver napkin ring Mrs. Jane
Congers, silver napkin rings: Geo. Hay
don, silver flower vase Mrs. Sarah
Vaughn, fruit stand Miss Emma Bar
nett, tidy Miss Lizzie Moss,tablecover
Mrs. May Vivian and Miss Lizzie Eu
banks, dozen napkins Mr. and Mrs.
Berry, silver cake basket Eva Ellis,
silver caster Win. Lester, pickle stand
and Mrs. Susan, vases Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Anderson, water set Mr.
and Mrs. Rice, ice cream set F, Lo
mack, fruit dish Miss Carrie Young,
boquet holdei Miss Eliza Freeman,
celery stand Mrs. Watt, celery stand
Miss Watt, water pitcher Emma Mitch
ell, water pitcher Edward Mitchell,
water pitcher C. Evans, dozen water
glasses Mr. and Mrs. Neal, six glasses
Mr. and Mrs. Grooms, fruit dishes and
two towels Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Smith,
afternoon tea and coffee set Mr. and
Mrs, C. C. Carter, gravy tureen Mr.
and Mrs. Carr, jewelry case, plush
Miss Ollie Cousins, plush plaque Mrs.
E, H. Booker, mirror Mr. and Mrs.
Todd, table linen and dozen napkins
Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes, center table
Mrs. Hattie Williams, towels Mrs. J.
S. Falk, half dozen towels, Mr, and
Mrs. Brady, half dozen towels Maggie
Freeman, cover for center table Mrs.
Harvey, hat rack Miss Gilstrap, Mon
roe, Mo., two napkin rings Zed Mitch
ell, card case Mrs. G. W. Bolden,
Gipsey kettle Mrs. J. E, Braxton, S.
Wooden and L. Bruce, knives, Mrs.
Rebecca Turner, towel Mrs. J. M.
Smith, Sedalia, Mo., silver spoon hold
er Mrs. Belle Johnson, Canton, 111.,
dozen table linen.
The ceremony was performed by
Rev. L. H. Reynolds.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
L. N.SCOTT, Manager.
One Week, Commencing Monday, De
cember 5, the distinguished Irish
Supported by the talented young lead
ing actres MISS STELLA TEUTON and
a powerful dramatic Company. Mon
day and Tuesday KERRY GOW. Wed
nesday and Thursday SHAUN RHUE
intoducing Mr. Murphy's wonderfully
successful song, "A Handful of Earth/'
Friday and Saturday evenings and Sat
trday matinee in his new play, THE
DONAGH, by George Fawcett Rowe.
Sale of seats now open.
Brotherhood of Railway Porters
meets every Thursday evening at No.
123 Fourteenth street.
A. W. BRAGG, Master Porter. A
j:^if D. E. BBASLBY, Secretary/
Books Sent for notioe.
CABPENTBY mad* uiy.
MINNEAPOLIS, NO POSTPONMENT ON
W. D. Lee,
Prof. B. J. WALLACE,
Prof. A. MCDONALD,
THE SAVINGS BANK OF
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, $50,000*
Surplus and undivided profits, $20,409.-
38. Open Saturdays from 6 to 7 p. m.
John S. Prince, President. Edward
EN -ROUTE TO CALIFORNIAIII
Lew". Johnsons gBlack Baby Boy
THECOMPAN THAT HAS MADE ALL AMERICA LAUGH
Will positively appear, ONE NIGHT ONLY in each of the Twin Cities
A Warren & Clough 12-stop
Parlo Organ, very handsomely
carved and ornamented case. Price,
HIRDA Gentleman's Hunting Gold
14k, 46 dwt., case elaborately
engraved, and containing a fine jeweled
American mvement fine Gold Chain
and Charm. Valued at $125.
MONDAY Evening December 5th., at B^reya Hall No. 505J
Washington Avenue S. ^V^*A*
WEDNESDAY Evening December 7th.
ner Sixth and Exchange Sts.
THE GRANDEST AFFAIR OF THE SEASON
LEW JOHNSON'S MINSTRELS-8:30 to 10:30.
GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT for the audience with select music by
B.B.B. Brass Band 10:30to 11:30.,
BRAND SOCIAL HOP, extrafine full minstrel Orchestra commen
Ging at 11:40.
ADMISSION TO ALL ONLY SOcts.
EARLY LUNCH AND LATE HOT SUPPER SERVED IN GREAT STYLE.
Special Invitation to Ft. Snelling Ban d.
The company has Just returned from a very success-
ful tour through Dakota and Minnesota, where they de-
ligted large audiences and reeived flattering offers for
Gome Everybody and Bring Your Family and Have a Good Time.
DOORS OPEN AT 8 O'CLOCK.
X-MAS IS COMING!
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 set of Encyclopedia Bri
tannica, Volumes, bound in Mo
rocco, and until recently sold for $6 per
volume. Price, $119.
Send for Calalogue,
at Turner Hall, Cor
ACCOUNT OF WEATHER.
Hole Proprietor and Manager
4 Leader Brass Band.
OURTHLady's Hunting Gold
handsomely engraved, with a
fine imported nickel jeweled movement
and a handsome gold chain and locket.
Valued at $75.
I have a few Violins and Revolvers left that I will close out at Loan Value
327 JACKSON STP ST. PAUL^
MOIIEY TO LOAN on WATCHES, DIAMONDS, Etc, Etc,
Diamond Stud will reset
ring or Pin if desired. Valued
Tickets, properly numbered, will be given with each cash sale of $1 or more.
FINALLYThe beautiful French Doll, Fairy ^fincess 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 oBtricb 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 Doll is valued at $125, f4 it^ *-T
The tickets for the Doll are free to all applicants, whether purchaseors or not.
By mail, send 2-cent stamp for reply.
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY,
Cjr CLOCKS, BRONZES, MUSIC BOXES, Etc."
Fine Opera Glass, pearl
A fine large Music-Box.
of them shal no
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A Good Stiff hat for
A Fur CapJotSi
A Fur Cap
A Seal SkiffCap for
A better one fo
A Silk Umb|ella for
Also a full and complete line of Un-
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Mufflers an^L Neckwear. ^IfljS
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The undersigned begs to inform the
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Rewarded are those who read
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The profits are large and sure for every indus
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making several hundred dollars a month. It
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LADIES' BATHS, SHAMPOOING AND HAIR
CUTTING A SPECIALTY.
Calls made to Residences when desired
flST" Full line of Masquerade, Mourning,
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47, EAT THIRD STREET.
Soft and stiff HATS
NEWEST DESIGNS IN NECKWEAR.
WHITE and COLORED
SHIRTS and PINE
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Paniiell & Bailie,
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MRS. MARY McLAIN'S
Board by the week, $4.00.
Single meals, 25c.
Meals and service unsurpassed
No. 380 Minnesota street ST. PAUL.
24 East Third street.
Largest and most thoroughly equipped
dental establishment west of New York.
We extract from 1 to 30 teeth in three
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We do the best dental work at lowest
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THE CENTURY MAGAZINE. MINNEAPOLIS and St. LOWS
IT the November 1887 issue
CBNTUE commences its thirty
fifth 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 early-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 I N TH E 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."
Kennon on Siberia
Except the Life of Lincoln and the
War Articles, no more important series
has ever been undertaken by 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
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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
greatly to the value of the articles.
A Ncvel by Eggleston
With illustrations will run through the
year. Shorter novels will follow by
Cable and Stockton. Shorter fictions
will appear every month.
will comprise several illustrated articles
on Ireland, by Charles De Kave papers
touching the field of the Sunday benool
Lessons, illustrated by Mr. E. L. Wil
son wild Western life, by Theodore
Roosevelt the English Cathedrals, by
Mrs. Van Rensselaer, with illustrations
by Pennell Dr. Buck'ey's valuable pa
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voyance essay* in criticism, art, travel,
and biography poems, cartoons, etc.
By a special offer the numbers for the
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twenty-four issues in all, for $6.00 or,
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OINCE its first labue, in 1873, this
magazine has maintained, with un
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Frances Hodgson Burnett, James T.
Fields, John G. Whittier indeed the
Lst is so long it would be easier to tell
1 he authors of note who have not con
Inbuted to "the world's child maga
The Editor, Mary Mapes Dodge,
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THE G0MIN8 YEAR OF ST. NICHOLAS
The ntteeuth year begins with the
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publishers can announce. Serial and
Short stories by Mrs. Frances Hodgson
Burnett, Frank R. Stockton. H.
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Trowbridge, Col. Richard M. Johnston
Louisa M. Aicott, Prof, Alfred Church
William H. Ridemg, Washington Glad
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the president works at the White
House, and how the affairs of the Treas
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etc.. are conducted Joseph O'Brien, a
well known Australian journalist will
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Elizabeth Robing Pennell will tell of
London Christmas Pantomimes," Alice
in Wonderland, etc. John Burroughs
will write "Meadow and Woodland
Talks with Young Folk," etc, etc. Mrs
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which appeared in St. Nicholas.
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