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Z. W. MITCHELL, MANAGER.
OFFICE NO. 234 HENNEPIN AVENUE.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11,1888.
Every thing must go at the Crystal ber visit to Minneapolis.
slaughter, No. 253 Nicollet
Shirts and drawers 25 per cent off, at
the Crystal No. 253 Nicollet
Gloves and mittens at a large dis
count at the Crystal 253 Nicollet.
Neckties five for one dollar worth 35c
a piece at the Crystal,No. 353 Nicollet.
Miss Rhoda Black of Oshkosh, Wis.,
has been visiting friends in Minne
apolis, but returned home Wednesday,
The revivals have been discontinued
this week, which might well be regret
ted by those who have not embraced
the religion of Jesus Christ.
The ladies sewmg circle will open
their fair on Feb. 12th, and will run it
several days. We hope that all friends
will call and leave a few pleasant re
The child of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Wapers, died Friday morning at their
residence 1221 Western Ave., and was
placed in a vault at Layman's Cenie
tary, Sunday at 1 o'clock.
All opera going ladies and gentlemen
of oui city should not fail to go and see
Hazel Kirk at tna People's next week,
it being the greatest success evei pro
duced at the Madison Squate Theatre,
Mi, Jasper Gibbs has been elected to
the first vice presidency in the State
Republican Club, he is also acting in the
capacity of a number of the executive
committee in another prominent repub
lican club in our city.
On Monday evening, Jan. 30, at the
East Side skating rink, while skating
-Kith a lady. Mi. Morgan Robinson had
the accident of falling which resulted
quite seriously, as he had a bottle in his
hip pocket which broke and inflicted
quite a serious wound.
The Shorter Lyceum met last Tues
day evening, at FreyaHall 505J, Wash
ington Ave. S reading of the Bible
and prayei, after which the routine of
business for the evening were the in
stallation of officers and the following
executive committee was appointed
Mr. A. D. Plnmmer, Mr. S. Revels and
The article which was hurled over
the country in our daily papers, con
cerning the elopement of Miss Nellie
Saunders with the cow boy pianist of
this city, last week, created some in
terest among the Colored people of her
acquaintance. The statement was not
true, however, as she was, at the time,
in North Minneapolis with a lady
The Peoples Theatre is drawing a
large poition of the opera going people
of our city. Their prices are popular.
They do not give you reserved seats in
the bale )ny when you pay your money
for a reserved seat. The predjuaice
"which exist so many operas has no
puttheie. They desire the patronage
of the Colored people and let vou
know through the "ad" in our paper.
All opera going ladies and gentlemen
of this city are invited to go and see
the play beginning,
asked. Why we have not mail carriers
of color in Minneapolis? Investigation
ie\eals the fact that during the List 14
years there has been but one application
made by a Colored peison for a position
of this kind. Mr. Ankeny, postmaster
at Minneapolis, said. I have been
surprised that I have not seen a Col
ored applicant at this office. I would
like to have se\ eral Colored carriers on
the foice. I have no power to appoint
my employees, it must be done through
a systematic course of business, regard
less of color or political views, first an
application must be made at the office,
then the applicant must pass an exami
nation which a peison with medium m
telhgenee can do.
The crowning social event of the week
was the leap year party given in honor
of Miss Rhoda Black, of Oshkosh, Wis.,
by Miss Ella Underwood at her resi
dence 517 Tenth avenue South Wednes
day evening, Feb. 1st. Among the
pleasant features of the evening were
the instrumental solos on the piano by
Misses Underwood, Black and French
also, the vocal solos by Mr. J. M. Alli
son, after which a merry game of whist
was indulged in by a number of those
present, until invited to gather round
the festal board, where a menu, con
sisting of sandwiches, coffee, chocolate
and all the delicacies of the season was
served. Daniing was then indulged in
until near the hour of twelve, when all
departed for their respective homes.
These in attendance were: Misses
Rhodia Black, Marti Grey,Cora French,
Elizabeth Weir, Octavia Woods, Ella
Underwood, Messrs. William Gilispie,
Zeke Perkins, George Brady, Robert
Lewis, Samuel Howard, Ralph Grey,
J. M. Allison and Z. W. Mitchell.
Excelsior Club Carnival.
The Excelsior club will give a Mas
querade ball at Druid's hall, No. Il
Nicollet avenue Minneapolis, Friday
evening Feb. 17th. Music will be fur
nished by Millard's band. L. C. Brit
ton and Wm Dornell, managers.
Week Commencing Feb. 12.
Will be presented for the first time in
five years the Greatest Madison Square
With all its Special scenery. Melo
The Old Mil! Of Dunston Kirk
With the water wheel and running
water. A truly Grand Production.
Prices the same, 10,20,30 and 50c.
MK. BENJAMIN DAY, of Faribault, was
in the city this week.
DH. HURD & Co., the painless dentists
No. 24 East Third Street.
Miss CORA FRENCH has returned from
trip Marrietta, Ohio.returned MR.his GEORGtE
MR. H. J. SHELTON has gone to Mil
waukee, Wis., for an extended stay.
Miss LOUELLA UNDERWOOD, of Minne
apolis, was in our city last Saturday,
Miss RHODA BLACK, of Oshkosh, Wis.,
was the guest of the Misses French
FOR RENTAn upright piano in
good order at $5 per month. Apply at
MRS. J. K, HILYARD JB. of Hudson,
Wis., is in the city the guest of her
sister, Mrs. R. Howard.
FOR the nicest meal in the city go to
the Ice Palace Restaurant No. 390
Robert street. Meals only 15 cents.
ARTIFICIAL teeth inserted solidly in
the mouth without a plate by Doctors
Ellis and Stanley, No. 450 Wabasha
MISSES CHARITY LANNIER and Laura
Rogers, of Stillwater, were in the city
a few days last week the guests of Mrs.
Lizzie J. Talbert.
MESDAMES J. G. Jones and Ida
Deinpcy, who were visiting Mrs. James
Banister, returned to their home in
MISS ELLA SMITH, accompanied by Mr*
J. Adams, spent Tuesday in Stillwater
Minn., visiting the penitentiary. They
were the guests of Warden H. G.Stor
THE entertainment by the world re
nowned Sam Lucas and wife at Turner
hall next Wednesday night is for a local
charitable purpose. Don't fail to seeCrescent
No matter what you wish to buy look
through the colums of the APPEAL and
should you find a dealers card buy of
such a dealer. He wishes your trade,
and lets you know he does through the
THE Philip Best Brewing Co., of
Milwaukee, Wis., has purchased the
property opposite the Tivoli on Bridge
Square, 60,000, and will erect a building
to cost $200,000, the first floor of which
will be an immense beer garden.
SAMUEL GREEN, a member of the 25th
Infantry, U. S. A. who shot and killed
Max. Schuster, a saloon keeper near
Fort Snelling, last June, had his final
trial before Judge Kelly last Saturday
and was declared by the jury not
TOMORROW, Rev. T. W, Henderson,
of Quinn Chapel, Chicago, will hold the
quarterly meeting at St. James A. M. E.
Church. Rev. Trevan being detained
by pressing duties at the other end of
his large district.
Services at 11 o'clock, A. M., 3 o'clock,
p. M. and 7:30, P. M.
The sacrement will be administered
at 3 o'clock services.
THOUGH everyone has been charmed
by the beauties of the "New Fantasma"
during the piesent week, the habitues
of the theatre have a greater treat in
i tractions Secure seats early.
Worltkeinin Eight The
as. been trick elephant and a host of special at-
grand ballets,r aona dance a
REV. T. W. HENDERSON, of Quinn
Chapel, Chicago, who will occupy the
pulpit of St. James Church, tomorrow,
by 20 years of unremitting success, has
established the enviable reputation of
being the model Methodist preacher
of his connection. Well educated,
widely read, unusual native ability
and two decades of experience all com
bine to render a naturally superior
man, greater still.
ON last Friday evening Misses Cora
and Florence French gave a card party in
honor of Miss Rhoda Black, of Oshkosh,
Wis., which was a most delightful affair.
There were present Misses Charity
Lannier and Laura Rogers, of Still
water Ella Underwood, of Minne
apolis Ella Smith, Alice Laurence,
Lizzie Talbert, Lulu Griswold, Hattie
Johnson. Messrs C. A. Mason, Will
Gray, C, A. Bush, Chas, James. J. Q.
THERE are several hundred persons
in St. Paul and Minneapolis who, at
various times have come in contact with
Rev. T. W. Henderson either as pastor
or teacher. Many were converted
under his pastorate in other states,
many received from him their first
lessons in education, all will be pleased
to know that at last, he has been per
suaded to visit our far Northwest and
will actually be at St. James Church
tomorrow and each evening during the
WEDNESDAY evening, Mrs. J. K. Hil
yaid, sr., gave a five o'clock dinner to
strangers in the city which was a very
pleasant affair. After dinner the
evening was passed playing whist.
There were present Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Hackly, Mrs. J. B. Johnson, Mes
dames G. W. Ellison, D. B. Mason,
Kitty Terrell of Chicago, Mrs. J. K.
Hilyard Jr of Hudson, Wis., Mrs. R. C.
Howard, Mrs. M. D. Pettis, Mrs. W. A.
Hilyard, Miss "Pet" Hilyard, Messrs
John Williams, of Marquette, Mich.,
J. Q. Adams.
The long looked for concert and ball
by Fort Snelling band and orchestra
took place at Turner hall Thursday
evening. The fame of these excellent
musicians was sufficient to attract an un
usually large audience on this occasion,
which was most delightfully entertain
ed. The following program, under the
direction of J. A. Petermann, the band
master, was rendered: March, "Tann
hauser overture, "Martha" bass so
lo, "obligato," Sergt. G. W. Brown
march "the skaters overture, "south
ern pastimes waltz, "the tycoon
overture, "bonnie Scotland humor
istic, "the jolly coppersmith medley,
"about town galop, "the nations
guards." The entire program was well
rendered and warmly received, espe
cially the bass solo, "southern pas*
times" and "the jolly coppersmith.
Immeditely after the concert dancing
began and was kept up until the early
dawn. The affair was admirably ar
ranged and carried out to the delight
and satisfaction of the largest crowd ol
the season. xr
At Turner hall, corner Sixth and
Franklin streets, Wednesday evening,
Feb. 15th. A musical treat, rich, rare
and unique. Nothing of the kind has
ever before been offered, nothing simi
lar may be presented again. The best
Colored artists are the stars. Mrs. C.
Mandville Lucas, who, by years of
years of splendid success in her appear
ance before large audiences throughout
the land, has won for herself, pre-emi
nence as a performer on the violin, cor
net, mandolin, glockenspiel and xylo
"Acknowledged by the press to be
the most versatile Colored artist in thespent
Samuel Lucas, whose name is familiar
to all, whose fame is from ocean to
ocean, has long since been pronounced
by the press and public, to be the great
comedian of his race. There is scarcely
an opera house in America, where audi
ences have not payed tribute to his un
surpassed talent and skill,and been con
vulsed by his character, motto and
comic songs. The two eminent artists
will be supported by the best local tal
ent. Two hours of solid fun two hours
of joy and gladness before the foot
lights two hours of mirth and pleasure,
under the rich, rare, and racy program
arranged for your entertainment. Re
freshments will be served at the con
clusion of the program. Tickets for
sale at T. H. Lyles', 20 East Fourth
street S. C. Waldon's East Fifth street
Club rooms, 356 Cedar. Ad
mission 25 cents.
Don't forget the date! Turner hall,
Feb. 15, 8 o'clock p. m.
One of the most unique and enjoy
able entertainments ever given in St.
Paul will take place on St. Valentines
Day, Feb. 14th, at Turner Hall. It is
the intention of the management to
make it a grand peerless indoor mardi
gras and athlethic carnival to be fol
lowedof courseby a grand masquer
ade ball. All who feel disposed are in
vited to attend in mask and represent
something. There will be a valuable
prize given to the funniest masked gen
tleman, another to the finest masked
couple, and another to the best waltzing
couple. Before the dancing begins
there will be an interesting and varied
programme of athletic contests consist
ing of fencing, skating, club swinging,
tumbling, trick bicycle riding, etc., etc.
One of the features will be a sword com
bat on roller skates. The music for the
occasion will be furnished by Prof. J.K.
Hilyard's orchestra. There will be re
freshments of all kinds in abundance.
The price of admission has been placed
at 50 cents for a single ticket, or 75 cents
for ticket admitting lady and gentle
man. Doors will open at 7:30. The
managers are Messrs. D. H. Saunders,
E. Jackson and James Hout.
A regular meeting of the|| Board of Di
rectors of the Northwestern Publishing
Company, will be held at the office of
the WESTERN APPEAL, Wednesday
Feb. 15th, at 2 30 o'clock. A full attend
ance is desired.
JOHN L. NEAL, President.
J. Q. ADAMS, Secretary.
Mrs. Robinson, mother of Mrs. A. T,
Hall, after a pleasant visit in the city
returned to Pittsburgh, Monday.
The Building association which pur
pose to erect a public hall at the corner
of Twenty-seventh and State streets,
will have a meeting next Monday night
Feb. 13, at 8 o'clock, at 156 East Wash
ington street, room 26. Persons who
are interested in the success of the
movement are invited to attend.
The Colored Ministers Union met at
Bethesda Church, Monday. The fol
lowing officers were elected:
Rev. T. W. Henderson, president.
Rev. T. L. Johnson, vice president.
Rev. John Reed, treasurer.
Rev. C. S. Jacobs, secretary.
Rev. R. Knight was added to the
board of directors. At the next meet
ing, which will be held at St. Stephen's
Church, West Side, Monday, Rev.
Woods will read a paper on "Proper
Methods of Scripture Interpretation.'
Moxie Clay, a Colored woman living
at 3136 Wentworth avenue, attempted
Buicide last Saturday by cutting her
throat in an alley near Wabash and
Thirty-sixth street. She owed her
landlord a month's rent, and while on
her way to visit a friend, she saw an ex
pressman driving away with her funi
ture. Drawing a small penknife, she
climbed upon the express and attempted
to stab the driver, a Colored man
named Charles Saunders. She suc
ceeded in wounding him slightly in the
chin, and then ran into the alley and
cut her throat. She was taken to the
hospital in a dangerous condition.
She is about thirty years of age.
Miss Nina Eulweiss, an actress in the
"Town Lots" company, at the Windsor
theatre, has been greatly annoyed by a
pair of prying eyes which intrude upon
the privacy of the dressing room. Miss
Nina discovered the eyes watching her
through the crevice two or three nights
in succession, and she complained to
Harry Clayton the property man. Mon
day night as she entered the dressing
room as usual but behind her was
Clayton. The eyes were there waiting
for her and Mr. Clayton was waiting for
the eyes with a revolver. Clayton fired
and a yell of terror was the response.
But there was auother character in this
little drama yet to appear upon the
boards in the person of Officer Charley
Spencer, who hasa long arm and a stout
club. He was lying in wait in the alley
and neatly captured the peeping Tom as
he descended in haste from his perch.
The prisoner was the Colored janitor
Clinton McClarty. l&flkF i
The eighth anniversary celebration
of Household of Ruth, No. 153, took
place at Central Hall, Monday evening.
M. V. P., John C. Buckner made the
opening address, Mr. Redd, sang a
ballad with guitar accompaniament,
Mrs. Agnes Moody, of No. 44, read a
paper giving history and purposes of
the Degree of Ruth, which was very
fine. M. V. P. Smith made an address,
The annual report of secretary made
Amount on hand, Jan. 1st, 1887 $192.26
received in 1887 293.35
on hand Jan. 1st, 1887 485.61
Disbursements during 1887 155.90
Balance now on hand $329.71
A very creditable showing.
The drill by the households then
took place. The ladies were very grace
ful in their movements. After the
drill the remainder of the "evening was
in dancing. A large crowd was
present and the affair was thoroughly
enjoyed. GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
One week, commencing Monday, Feb
ruary 13, Saturday Matinee only.
KIRALFY BROTHERS GREAT PLAY
Around The World In 80 Days!
Two car-loads of Scenery. Two Grand
Ballets. The Automaton Dance, repre
senting Adenis Dixey,Helen Grazebrook
Langtry, Fedora, Bernhart, Hamlet Ir
ving. See the mamotn trick elephant,
"PARNELL." Sale of seats now open.
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GENERAL OFFICS ST.PAUL,MINN.
You saw the so-called
"copy" of MUNKACSY'S
CHRIST BEFORE PILATE
at the exposition last sum
mer, and imagine that you
have an idea of the original
But the so-called "copy"
was not even a copy. The
original picture never has
been copied. The thing
shown at the Exposition
was made from a poor en
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it was colored in a style not
in any way resembling the
In the original painting
there are forty figures of life
size, and when you first see
them you are impressed
with the feeling that they
are living persons that
the scene is a realty of to
day instead of eighteen
hundred years ago.
The painting is at the Pil
grim Baptist church, Cedar
below Thirteenth nearly
opposite the Ice Palace,
where it will remain for a
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We extract from 1 to 30 teeth in three
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Soft Goal 40 Gents Pr. Bushel,
Leave Orders At
No. 56 East Sixth street. ST. PAUL.
F0REI6N& DOMESTIC SUITINGS,
BEST GOODS AT LOWEST FIGURES.
28 Washingrton~A.venue S., and
No. 239, First Avenne South,
Se Wonders exist in thousands of
forms but are surpassed by the mar
of invention. Those who are in
need of profitable work that can be aone
while living at home should at once send
their address to Hallett Co., Portland
Maine, and receive free, full information how
either sex, ofaU ages, can earn from$Sto32S
per day and upwards wherever ihey live.
You are started free. Capital not required.
Some have made over $60 in a single dayat
this work. All succeed.
MONTANA SHORT IME
When traveling every one should
aider well the questions of economy/
comfort, safety and speed,these question^
beingofthe sameimportancein a journey
ofan hour as in one of several days' ride*
An examination ofthe mapwill convince
anyone that this is the most direct route
to and from all the principal points in
an dli J5WCEA A
thernHn A N ITDBgm
Dakota and Montana. Our epuipmen*
and time are excellent. Oar rates are
the lowest, but this feet is something
which speaks for itself. Definite figures
and maps can be obtained by applying to
any Agent of the Company, or the Gen*
eral Passenger Agent. 4
The following area few of the Principal
Points reached via this line:
ST. CLOUD, SAUK CENTRE, FERGUS FALLS,
CBOOKBTON, ST. VINCENT, HurcHraBOKt
PAYNESVILLE, MOBBIS, APPLETON AND
BEEOKJBNRIDGEJMINN. WATEETOWN, ABER
DEEN, ELLENDALE, WAHEETON, FAKGOJ
GRAND FORKS, GRAFTON, DEVILS LAKE,
BOTTINEAU AND BTJFORD, DAKOTA GLAS*
GOW, DAWES (FT. BELKNAP), AssiNNiBonne,
FT. BENTON, GREAT FALLS, HELENA AND
BUTTE, MONTANA WINNIPEG, MANITOBA,
AND ALL PACIFIC COAST POINTS.
Parties seeking farms or business loca
tions will find unusual opportunities for
both on this line in Northern Dakota and!
Montana, also in Minnesota where the
Company has for sale at low prices and!
on favorable terms 2,000,000 acres of ex*
cellent farming, grazing and timber lands.
For maps and other information address,
J. BOOKWALTEB, C. WARREN,
Laud Commissioner, Gen'l Pan. Ag'ti
ST. PAUL, MES-N.
A. MANVEL, W. S. ALBXAKDBB,
Gen'l Manager. Gen'lTraffioManiigan
MINNEAPOLIS and St. LOUIS
AND THE FAMOUS
Albert Lea Route
Two Through Trains Daily
FEOM ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS
Without change, connecting with the.
fast trains of ah lines for the
EAST AND SOUTHEAST 1
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, fl)
MINNEAPOLIS AND ST. LOUIS,
and the principa cities of the Miss
issippi Valle connecting in
Union Depot for all points
South an 1 outhwest!
Many Hours Saved and the only
Line running Two TramsDaily to Kan
sas City, Leavenworth and Atchison
making connections with the Union Pa
cific and Atchison, Topeka and Sante
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 Trainsofthe Minne
apolis &St. Louis Railway are composed
of Comfortable Day Coaches, Magnifi
cent Pullman Sleeping Cars, Horton Re
climng Chair Cars, and our justly cele
brated Palace Dining Cars!
S^ISO 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. F. BOYD,
Gen. Tkt. and Pass. Agt.,Mmneapalis
Brotherhood of Railway Porters
meets every Thursday evening at No.
123 Fourteenth street.
A. W. BEAGG, Master Porter.
D. E. BE\SLEY, 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. HTI.YARD, SEC.
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
are always welcome.
J. F. 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
are always welcome.
S. W.MCKINLAY, Sec.
G. U. O. of O. F. Mars Lodge, No.
2202, Tisete every 2nd and 4th Wednes
days, comer Jackson and Seventh
A. A. COTTON, N. Q,
F. D. PAEKET, Sec.
St. James A. M. E. church, corner
Fuller and Jay streets. Sabbath ser
vices, 11-00 a. m. Wednesday evening
prayer meeting, 8 p. m. Friday even
ing class, 8:00 p. m. Rev. John M.
Henderson, Pastor, residence, 173
Charles street. Days for pastorial visits
Monday and Tuesday. Days at home
Wednesday and Thursdav. Wedding!,
funerals and the sick, promptly attend
ed to upon notice.