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Z. W. MITCHELL, MANAGER.
OFFICE NO. 224 HENNEPIN AVENUE.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17,1887.
Mrs. C. F. Davis is on the sick list.
Lined Gloves in Kid, Buck, etc., at
$1 at the Crystal, 253 Nicollet ave.
Mrs. J. R. Coleman, after several
weeks illness is now convalescent.
We have received a card from Mr. J.
A. Ross, formerly ot this city, which
states that he has a good position with
the Oregon Navigation Co,, at Portland,
Mr. George W. Nelson is our repre
sentative drug clerk, be is employed in
one the largest stores in the city. He
is an enterprising young man, and a fit
representative of bis people.
The new board of exposition direc
tors met Tuesday. Gen. W. D. Wash
burn elected president, S. C. Gale, vice
president W G.Byron, secretary and
treasurer his salary being raise to $2,000.
Mr. H. J. Smith was engaged as art
The WKSTEBN APPEAL is growing daily
in public favor. We have reasons to be
lieve the time will soon come when ev
ery Colored man in this city will be
come a subscriber to the popular and
only paper in the Northwest, owned
and controlled by Colored people.
The much talked of scrap between
Ike Weir and Tommy Warren teok
place at the Washington rink last Mon
day night in the presence of a large
audience. The result was declared a
draw after the twenty rounds were
fought, but the prevailing opinion is
that Weir is entitled to tne fight.
The report of the board of health for
November shows a total of 172 deaths
or a rate of 9.83 per 1,000, divided as
follows. Scarlet fever, 14 diptheria,
25 consumption, 23 pneumonia, 9
heart disease, 3. The number of con
tagious diseases were: Diptheria, 89
scarlet fever, 46 measles, 2. During
the month 193 marriages and 165 births
The most important event of last week
the marriage of Miss Ollie Cousins to
Mr. Walter Washington, at the resi
dence of Mrs. Booker, the grooms sis
ter. Rev. Reynolds officiated. The
ceremony, which was very imposing
was greatly enhanced by the beauty of
the bride, who was attired in an ex
quisitly fitting dress of old gold with
canary plush. The groom was clothed
in an English suit, and* appeared with
all becoming dignity to the occasion. A
host of friends were present to witness
the event After man and wife was
pronounced by the minister and the
showers of congratulations had ceased,
an excellent repast was served by theJohnson,
hostess, consisting of escalloped oysters,
tasteful salads and other delicacies to
numerous to mention. The following is
the list of those piesent: Mr. and Mrs.
Nelson, large stand lamp Mr. G. W.
Turner, toilet case Mrs. Burk, cut
glass water set Miss Eva Ellis, solid sil
ver spoon holder Mr. S. Herrios, china
tea set Mrs. Yancy, china fruit dish
Mrs. J. C. Carr, cut glass fruit jar Mrs.
S. Williams, berry set Mrs. Mary Carr,
cheese dish Mr. Edward Mitchell, toi
let set Miss Bertie Chavee, spoon glass
Mrs. J. Winston.china mug Mrs. Frank
Anderson, silyer nut picks Mr. andfurnishing.
Mrs. Harvey, buck-horn carving set
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Turner, Cochin
china vase Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Edi
son, set of assorted stained glasses
Miss Mattie Thompson, cut glass pitch
er Mr. Z. W. Mitchell, china fruit
stand Miss Eva McCoshn, berry dish
Mrs. Brady, decorated linen towels
Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith, set of china
butter dishes Mr. and Mrs. J. VV
Cousins, cut glass sugar bowl and butter
dish Mr. Emzellah Mitchell, china tea
set Miss Charrie Avans, decorated Ja
panese mug and cut glass berry dish.
J. K. "WHITE.
The progress of a race is marked to
day by its productions in art and science
and its leaders in moral. The nine
teenth century brought into notice the
children of a distinct race whose
fatherland was the garden in which
many of the world's gieatest men lived
One hundred years ago the fathers of our
race had nothing to be proud of, noth
ing to hope for today, we. as their off
spring have much, almost an equal
chance to raise ourselves to the highest
pinnacle of fame in any branch we dechurch
sire to. In our city is one of our race
bern in Cambridge City, Indiama,the
subject of this sketch31 years ago. of
parentage humble, yet nevertheless,
honest and persevering, as is the great
majority of our race. In the face of
numerous obstacles, he sought and se
cured an education. He aspired to be
an artist and in St. James A. M. E.
church, St. Paul, can be seen an ex
ample of his work. For a man who has
had but three months training by an
artist, the picture sneaks for itself. I
take pleasure in calling the attention of
my people to this as the first of the
kind ever on exhibition from the brush
of one of UB in the Northwest. May it
be the means of inculcating into some
one of our children, the need of great
artistsfor no profession is so wanting
among us, and yet an undying fame
awaits those who will labor to be ourrare
Michael Angeleo's and Raphael's. LEO.Milledaunt,
THE fire never touched us.
X-MAS gifts at Pannell & Bailie's.
PANNELL & BAILIE, No. 412 Jackson
SEAL caps and mitts at Pannell &
DR. HUBD & Co., the painless dentists,
No.24E Third street.
ALL the ladies will be there,
Dressed in the latest fashion
At St. James' A. M. E. fair,
And a few will have a "mash" on.
PROF. C. F. ADAMS leaves for Wash
ington, D. C, next week. ym
MB. ALEX MILES, of Duluth, was in
the city a few days this week. 3 t
KID mitts and gloves at Pannell &
Bailie's, No. 412 Jackson street. Wi^
TAKE home a box of Colgan's Taffy
Tolu Gum. Perfectly delicious. s
WAIT for the Book Reception at the
St. James A. M. E. church, Dec. 28th,
SILK mufflers, etc. Heavy under
wear, fur and plush caps at Pannell &
THE slot in the cable line track con
tinues to get in its work on the hoofs of
FOR X-mas gifts and goods most rare,
I'll tell you the place to buy
Is St. James' A. M. E. fair,
As the prices won't be high.
PREPARE presents for presentation to
parents, pickaninies and particular
BRING a book to the Sunday School
Book Reception of the St. James church
Wednesday Dec? 28.
WANTED 500 people to attend the A.either,
E. S.S. Book Reception Dec. 28th
and each rring along a book.
To MAKE it a success, every one whoBy
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. 450 Wabasha
POSTMASTER DAY will be succeeded by
William Lee next week. Mr. Day has
made a very acceptable officer in every
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.
It will fill your heart with joy,
To have our queens of beauty
At St. James' A. M. E. fair,
To rob you as their duty.
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 $190.
WHEN any of our readers wish to
purchase coal or wood, they should
leave their orders with Messrs. N. F.this
and W. H. Butt, Ne. 380 Minnesota st.
IN time of peace prepare for war, and
before cold weather comes get ready
for it by going to Pannell & Bailie's and
laying in a stock of good woolen under
PANNELL & BAILIE have a job lot of
handsome silk, satin and velvet scarfs,
worth from $1 to 1.75, all good value,
which they are closing out at fifty cents
for your choice of the lot.
A COLORED man by the name of K. J.
of Clinton, Iowa, was in the
city last week looking for his wife, who,
he states ran away from him. He
thinks she is in this city with one Chas.
EVERY purchaser of $1 worth of goods
at Pannell & Bailie's between now and
Dec. 31st, may baye his choice of a lot
of 500 caps embracing dozens of differ
ent styles and shapes for twenty-five
cents. First come first served.
A HINT to the wise is sufficient and
we drop a hint to all wise gentlemen
and ladies, to go to Pannell & Bailie's at
once, to make their purchases of gents
Latest styles at lowest
prices is their motto. Try 'em.
MONEY TO LOANon horses, car
riages, wagons, furniture, houBe-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.
"OH, GEORGE!" she cried in accents wild,
"I love you so, now, there!
But you'll take me"then she smiled
To St. James' A. M. E. fair
PEOPLE who pass along Seventh street
aie attracted by the fine display of
photographs 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 only.
TIME waits for none, but Pannell
Bailie have a lot of handsome clerks
who will wait on you, if you will call,
and will show you all the latest, nobby
styles of gents furnishing goods, which
you can buy at prices arranged to suit
the means of all classes of purchasers
BEAR in mind the fact that the grand
fair to be given by St. James A. M. E
beginning Monday Dec. 19th
and continuing every day and evening
to Dec. 26th, inclusive, will be held in
the Old Swedenborgen church, on
Market street, between Fourth and
Fifth, opposite Rice Park.
THE place for the ladies to go to
Christmas gifts for their lovers is Pan
nell & Bailie's, No. 412 Jackson street.
There they can get scarfs, ties, fine
dress shirts, silk handkerchiefs, cardi
gan jackets, silk umbrellas, suspendars,
collars and cuffs, jewelry, silk mufflers,
seal and plush caps, in short all sorts of
gents furnishings of the latest styles and
at bottom prices.
THE APPEAL had the pleasure of din
ing with the president of the Crescent
club, Mr. H. Price Williams, Wednes
day afternoon at the club cafe. The re
past was one that gave evidence of the
ability of chef de cuisine, Sig. Henri
which is second to that of
no chef in the city. It is the intention
of the club to serve meals to the public
in the cafe at all hours from 6 a. m. to
12 p. m, at rates as reasonable as can be
had elsewhere for the same service.
We advise those who wish delicious
cooking to call at the Crescent Club
Cafe, No. 356 Cedar street.
ALEXANDER MCGEE, Colored, and
Jennie Smith, white, of Lamont, Mich.,
followed the course of nature and fell
madly in love with each other., The
white people in the neighborhood
where the beautiful Miss Smith was the
school teacher, kicked up such a huba
ballo, that McGee left for Dakota. The
lovers continued to correspond, and
last week they met by appointment in
A Warren & Clough 12-stop
Parlo Organ, very handsomely
carved and ornamented case. Price,
A set of Encyclopedia Bri
tannica, Volumes, bound in Mo
rocco, and until recently sold for $6 per
volume. Price, $119.
Send for Catalogue.
city, and after being quietly mar
ried left for Aberdeen Miss Smith is
the daughter of a wealthy farmer, but
on account of his objections to her mar
rying the man of her choice, he dis
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
L. N.SCOTT, Manager.
Three Nights Commencing Thursday
Dec. 19, Saturday Matinee.
Lost In LondonI
A GRAND LYRIC AND SPECTACULAR
TWO GRAND FAIRYBAJLUSST
New Scenery by Henry E. Hoy*.
Sale of seats now open.
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, 150,000,
Surplus and undivided profits, $20,409.-
38. Open Saturdays from 6 to 7 p. m.
John S. Prince, President. Edward
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 Gentleman's Hunting Gold
Watch. 46 dwt., case elaborately
engraved, and containing a fine jeweled
American movement, fine Gold Chain
and Charm. Valued at $125.
The tickets for the Doll are free to all applicants, whether purchaseors or not.
mail, send 2-cent stamp for reply.
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE,
CLOCKS, BRONZES, MUSIC BOXES, Etc.
I have a few Violins 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
J, E, IN3HAM
327 JACKSON ST. ST. PAUL,
MONEY TO LOAN on WATCHES, DIAMONDS, Etc, Etc,
WEDNESDAY evening a goodly number
of our society folks met at the residence
of Mrs. T. H. Griswold and at 8 o'clock
marched in a body to the residence of
Mrs. J. K. Hilyard and tendered a sur
prise to Miss Mary Godett, it being the
eve of her departure for Kipton, Ohio,
to visit her parents. Both Mrs. Hil
yard and Miss Godett were out visiting
at the time of the arrival of the paaty,
but jolly, good natured, whole souled
"J. K." was found seated in his large,
armed rocker, as is his wont, perusing
the evening paper.As the party,without
signifying their presence by knocking
stole quietly in and bearded the lion in
his den, he looked up with a mingled
expression of surprise and pleasure and
hastily assuming an upright position
bade all a hearty welcome. The wraps
of the party were thrown off and num
erous bundles brought to sight and deWar
posited in the dining room, all then
proceeded to enjoy themselves as they
saw fit. About a half hour later when
Mrs. Hilyard and Miss Godett arrived
they found their house in the posses
sion of their friends. The cause of this
influx of visitors dawned upon them at
once and they immediately entered y,-
to the spirit of the entertainment and
proceeded to make their visitors wel
come. The evening was delightfully
passed with music, singing, cards,
checkers and other games until supper
was announced all then partook of the
bountiful repast they had prepared for
themselves and after repeated fare
wells and best wishes for Mias Godett
they departed for their homes. The
occasion was one of the most enjoyable
our folks have had in "many moons"
and was a just tribute to a young lady,
than whom none better, none more
amiable, none more beloved in the city.
Those who were present were: Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Berry, Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Hilyard, Mesdames W. R. Godett,
Lizzie J. Talbert, Cora Henderson
Misses Lulu Griswold, Frances Lewis,
Lizzie Geddy, Celia Roberson, Dodie
Roe,EUa Smith,Alice Lawrence, Bertha
Heath cock, Cora and Florence French,
Ednab Mason, Courtney Dover, Alice
and Mabel Berry, Messrs. C. H. Bush,
Oscar Thomas, Chas. Jones, W. R.
Rogers, H. Fairfax, C. C. Wilkins, L.
Wilson, Geo. Harrison, O. D. Howard,
Jos. Neal. Will Gray, L. F. De Lyons,
J. Shelton, T. McDaniels, C. F. and
TrOURTHLady's ^Hunting Gold
J- 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
Value, $25. trimmed
Tickets, properly numbered, will be given with each cash sale of $1 or more.
FINALLYThe beautiful French Doll, Fairy Princess II. This is the seventh
of these dolls that have been given away, but is undontedly 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
for that matter and are genuine and fine, and worth at least $40 by them-
selves. The entire Dell is valued at $125,
A large Music-Box.
THE CENTURY MAGAZINE.
IT the November, 1887, issue
IHB CENTUR commences its thirty-
a regular circula
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and the Life of Lincoln increased its
monthly edition by 100,000. The latter
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Lincoln's early years, and given the
necessary survey of the political condi
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period, with which his secretaries were
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LINCOLN IN THE WAR
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Supplementary War Papers,
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Kennon on Siberia.
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GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
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412, JACKSON STREET, ST. PAUL
MRS. MARY McLAlN'S
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Single meals, 25c.
Meals and service unsurpassed
No. 380 Minnesota street. ST. PAUL.
East Third street.
Largest and most thoroughly equipped
dental establishment west of New York.
We extract from 1 to 30 teeth in three
minutes without pain or danger.
We do the best dental work at lowest
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teeth than all of the dentists in the city
combined. "OPEK EVENINGS." Dr. Hurd
24= E Third st., near Wabasha.
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A. A. ALLEN. JAS. BATIKER.
Ass't Gen'l Man. Gen'l Pass.&TktAgt
173 East Third Street, St, Paul, Minn.
19, Nicollet House Block, Minneapolis,
Owns and operates 5,500 miles of
thoroughly equipped road in Illinois,
Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota
IT IS THE BEST DIEECT ROUTE 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
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R. MILLER, General Manager. A,
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Ticket Agent. J. F. TUCKER, Ass't
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Ass't Gen'l Pass, and Ticket agent,
_'or information in reference to
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write to H. G. Haugan, Land Commis
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TW O TRAINS DAILY BACH WAY
ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS
Chicago, St Louis and Kansas City
AND INTERMEDIATE POINTS.
Pullman BuffetSleepers, elegantthroughdaycoachesoirtl trains,
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And all Points in Old and Naw Maxica, Canada and the Province*.
2 Solid Through Trains 2
EACH WAY DAILY,
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Chicago, St. Louis & Kan
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Chicago & Dubuque Fast
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Chicago, St. Louis & Kan
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Daily. Daily Except Sunday.
Trains arrive and depart and all connections made in Union Depots. Ask for
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MINNEAPOLIS and St. LOUIS
1ND THE FAMOU1
Albert Lea Route
Two Through Trains Daily
FROM ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS
Without change, connecting, with the
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The direct and only line running through
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Direct Line Watertown, Dakota
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and the principa cities of the Miss
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Minneapolis &Manitoha Nothern Paci
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and to all poiuts North and Northwest!
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123 Fourteenth street.
A. W. BRAGG, Master Porter.
D. E. BEASLBY, Secretary.
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 Hn.YAKD, Sso.
Stevens Lodge, No. 113, A.\F.\A.\M.
meets first and third Tuesdays in
each month at No 198, W. rd street.
All brother Masons in good standing
aie always welcome.
J. F. CoQUEttE, 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.
J. J.TTJTO.H. P.
G. U. O. of O. F. Mars Lodge, No,
2202, tuaets every 2nd and 4th Wednes
days, coiner Jackson and Seventh
W.H PARDEE, SB.N.G.
,r F. D. PAEKZT, Sec.
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