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Northwestern Publishing Company.
EOOM 27, UNION BLOCK.
COR. FOURTH AND CEDAR.
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C. ADAMS, Manager.
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ENTERED AT POSTOFFJCE AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER
This paper is for sale by:
J. WALDON, 108, Fifth street, St. Paul.
CHAS L\NDRE, 111, Harrison St.,Chicago.
R. S. BRYAN, 446, S. State St., Chicago.
F. A. CHINN, 338, Thirtieth St., Chicago.
W. H. MONROE.93 E. Van Buren.Chicago.
JOHN DO\LE, 2646, State Street, Chicago.
MRS. E. M. GOODE, 2352, State. Chicago.
What a difference there is between
the feelings of the black man toward
the bites, and the white man toward
the blacks. The whites boast of their
superiority, meaning thereby, that
they are superior fiom a christian,
humane or moral standpoint. Yet
their Christianity is not strong enough
to cause them to acknowledge by their
actions that of one blood. God made
all the nations of the eaith, the black
man included. Their humanity seldom
prompts them to accord to their black
brothers a free and fair show in the
battle of life, and to judge them by
their capabilities and worth without
regard to the color of their skin.
While their idea of morals is that the
blighting results of auy infraction of
the moral law must fail upon the blacks
mainly, wherever the two races are in
any way connected in the infraction.
In Christianity, humanity and morals
they admit that the blacks have a place,
but inconsistently and unjustly desig
nate that place somewhere below the
plane, they themselves occupy. They
think it all right for white men to be
missionaries, preachers, evangelists
etc., etc.. and labor for the salvation of
black mens souls, but not for black men
to fill the same offices for them,
though they give every evidence of
being christians, and possess undes
puted ability. They believe it is right
for white doctors, white lawyers, white
merchants etc,, etc., to administer to
the needs of black men, but seldom
return the compliment. .They show
their interest in the morals of the
black men, by shutting their eyes to
the fact that gambling is carried on by
them, the same as if no law against
gambling existed, and license houses of
prostitution for black women, with a
provision that black men are not to be
permitted to visit them.
In all their institutions whatever
nature, all peoples are made welcome
on equal terms excepting the black
man. On the other hand, there is abso
lutely nothing over which the black
man has control, that is so high, so
sacred or so low, that his white brother
will not be accorded an equal chauce
with himself, in the race for its posses
sion. If charity is the best of christian
graces, our white brothers ought to
practice it as well as preach it. God is
no respecter of persons to be superior
and Godlike, men should not be
The "manly art seems to have
a number of devotees among Colored
men now-a-days, and the pupers
constantly contain mention of
their "scraps." Last Fiiday, the
"Cricket" knocked out Jackson
in two rounds at Minneapolis
Andrew Miller and Joe Seawright
fought ten rounds, with Miller the win
ner, at Hessville, Ind., followed by a
fight to a finish between Tom Andrews,
of Chicago, and Harry Smith, of Minne
apolis, which Andrews won in the third
round Black Frank and P. Donner
fought a ten round draw at Duluth.
They had better expend their muscle
in mauling rails.
The twelfth annual commencement
of Meharry Medical College, and the
second of the dental school, of Central
Tennessee College ^occured last week
in Nashville,Tenn. There were twenty
graduates, eighteen in the medical and
t\ro in the dental departments. I is
very gratifying that young men, masters
of their professions are being, yearly
turned out from these colleges. I the
professions, if they can only establish
the fact that they are the equals ef any
of their fellows, of any race or nation
ality, their success is assured. They
have only to labor and to wait.
The last weeks issue of the "WESTERN
APPEAL" lacked but five columns of
being a Chicago paper.
"Ti's tiue it "has more Chicago news
than any of thm."Chattaanoga,
The people of Chicago take the AP-
PEVL, and are pleased with it, and the
APPEAL tries to please them by publish
ing the news of the cty. The APPEAL is
a Chicago paper now. "Did vou notice
Mr. B. C. Yancy, of Edena Mills,
Minn., h*B been spending the winter
in Washington, D. C. Last week he
made a speech at the "Bethel Literary"
in which he gave some good advice to
the young people, in regard to going
West. His words were entitled to en
tire confidence, as tie is a tiller of the
soil, and has grown rich since he came
to this state a few years ago.
From and after this date, the rates of
subscriptions to the WESTERN APPEAL
will be as follows, per year, $2.00 six
months, $1.10 thiee months 60 cents.
The slight mcrease in the prices, will
not affect our individual patrons seri
ously, but the aggiegate amount will
enable us to make several contemplated
An effort is being made in the ''Hub"
to raise money to carry on the Atlanta
University, which had its state appro
priation taken from it, because both
races were taught there. About $16,-
000 is needed, and it is safe to bet it
will be raised.
Charles Dudley Warner, in Harper's
Magazine for March, gives the "twin
cities" a big ad. The phenominal
growth and prosperity of St. Paul and
Minneapolis is convencing proof that
the liberal use of printers ink pays.
The anti Cleveland sentiment is grow
ing and gaining ground in the Demo
Kansas City, Mo.
The foot pads are letting up for a
Mrs. Ella Brown arrived home
Monday, from Washington.
Editor D. L. Robinson, of the Wichita
Globe, is visiting parents in the city.
Mr. Fred Harvey spent last week in
this city, left Monday for California.
Mr. Willie Neil took a flying trip
up to Lawrence, to see her, and re
turned in order to fullfil an engage
ment across the Kaw.
Ada Comptou died Tuesday in Wyan
dotte, of cerebro meningitis, was
brought to Kansas City for burial, fur
neral services were conducted by Elder
Lenten services will be held every
Wednesday and Friday evenings, at the
^t. Augustine Mission, a very interest
ing sermon by Rector Tnomas G. Har
per was delivered to a crowded house,
Mr. Ben Martin took sick at the fire
department, where he has been em
ployed for several years, was brought
home and the following Sunday, at 3 p.
m. died of pneumonia. was an able
member of Allen Chapel. All who
knew him loved him. Mr. Martin
leaves a host of friends to mourn his
What am 1 to do?
That depends on what's the matter
with you or wnat your needs are. If
you are sick, want to get married, or
want to find some patent hhort method
of getting rich, we can't answer the
question for you. Oh! want to know
how to go from St. Paul and Minne
apolis to Chicago, Peoria, St, Louis,
Denver, Kansas City? Well, yes we
can give you the name of the best route
between those points very easy"The
Burlington"Chicago, Burlington &
Northern Railroad. What you are to
"d o" is to ask the railroad agent for
tickets to your destination by "The
Burlington," and take no other. And,
while we are on this subject, just let us
say that from Winona, La Crosse,
Prairie du Chien, Dubuque and Galena,
the best and quickest route to all points
North, South, East, or West,is by "The
Burlington," which is the duect line to
and from all Upper Mississippi points.
^Tour ticket agent should have tickets
by this line, but if he has not, or can't
tell you all you want to know about it,
write direct to W. C. Kenyon, Gen.
Pass, Agent B. & N. R. R., St. Paul,
Doings of a. week in the Great
Served up for tke Edification of
Mrs. Bell is still very sick at her resi
dence, 3552 State St. t.
For a good time, go to entertainment
by the German class.
Mr. Parish is* very sick, at his resi
dence 2806 Dearborn.
Miss Lucie Morrison, of Cincinnati is
visiting Chicago friends.
Mrs. Allman continues very"~sjck, d(
her residence on 34th street.
Mr. S. W. Scott, 2542 Dearborn
is still very sick with pneumonia.
The APPEAL boom continues,
you ever know of anything like it?
Rev. William Harrison, of Provi
dence Baptist Church, is very sick.
The third quarterly meeting fer
Quinn Chapel will be held March 12.
The German class entertainment will
be be novel, half German, half English.
The funeral of Mr. Jake Greenwood,
took place at Quinn Chapel, on Tues
day, at 1, p. m.
The two year old child of Mrs. Geo.
Johnson, No. 130 La Salle St. died Mon
day from pneumonia.
Mr. Horace Gibbs came in from
Cleveland, Tuesday. He will remain in
Chicago about a month.
The APPEAL is published simultane
ously in Chicago and St. Paul, and its
just the paper you want.
Next Thursday evening, Rev. Dr.
Tate, of Englewood, will preach at St.
Thomas Episcopal church.
The name of Miss Lucy Mead, was
ommited from list of persons present at
Autumn Club entertainment.
Rev. Jordan Chavis will preach the
annual sermon to the Odd Fellows of
Springfield, Sunday, March 18.
It is leported that J. W. Henderson,
son of Rev. Henderson, has received an
appointment in the city service.
Mis. Sally Almond, who is very sick,
was received into the membership of
the church by Rev. Henderson, last
Mr. Greenwood, formerly on the rock
Island way car, died Sunday. He was
a member of John Jones Masonic
Mrs. J. B. Turner and niece left last
week for Demopolis. Ala., to visit her
husband's mother. She will return in
The subscription price of the APPEAL
beginning March 1st, will be $2 per
year, J1.10 per six months and 60 cents
per three months.
The second grand assembly of the
Eureka Social Club, took place Wednes
day evening, at the residence of Mrs.
Brown, 20626th St.
Mr. Commodore Hardy, one of the
oldest class leaders in Quinn Chapel,
was a great sufferer from an attack of
rheumatism last week.
The ladies of Electa Chapter, will
cekibrate their first anniversary at
Lincoln Hall, Thirty-first street, Tues
day evening, March 13th.
The second reception musical and
entertaiment under the auspices of Mrs.
Trent will take place at Madison Street
Theatre, Monday evening.
The protracted meeting at Bethesda,
closed lat week. There are twenty
converts. Baptizing will take place
Sunday, March 11th, at 11 a. m.
The literature section of the Prudence
Crandall Club, met Wednesday
evening, at the residence of Mrs.
Cassius King, No. 3123 Buttefield
Although St. Paul's Church is rather
cold during the severe winter weather,
the Sunday school continues to flourish.
Last Sunday, 167 scholars were
If you have an item of news you
want published, leave it at Bryan's
Estella Cafe 446 State street, or at the
Chicago office of the APPEAL 180 Clark
St. room 7.
Mr. Humphries and Miss Mary Kirk
were married Wednesday evening, by
Rev. J. F.Thomas. After the wedding,
the guests partook of all the delicacies
of the season.
Mr. Wrn. Brooken went down to
Louisville List Thursday, bringing Miss
Rebecca Flournoy back as Lis bride.
The happy pair are now keeping houes
at No. 531 State St.
If you do not get the APPEAL reg
ularly, send a postal card to C. F.Adams
180 Clark St., room 7, and we will inves
tigate the matter, and see that you get
the p.iper every Saturday.
Rev. D. P. Brown, of Evanston, is
expected to return to his field of labor
the letter part of this week. has
been at the bedside of his sick father,
the Bishop, for several weeks.
The names of a number of persons
were ommited from our report of the
Autumn Club entertainment. Owing
to the large crowd ^nearly 600) present,
it was impossible to obtain all the
The name of Miss Lizzie Whitman,
who was dressed as a Gipsy Queen,
was unintentionably omited from the
list of persons present at the Autumn
Club masquerade, which appeared in
our last issue. ?If^fSSItl
STrPAUBv MINNEAPOLISi&.CHICAGOj*MARCH 3, 188ST-
The Ladiesltf MiLte Society, of St.
Stephens- A. B& E church, gave a leap
year entertainment Tuesday evening,
at 682 Austin Ave. The conneetional
literary society assisted, and a pleasant
time was had^ IP**- tt
On and after March 1st for three
weeks, any boy between 14 and 19 years
of age, may join'the Dixon Cadets, free
of charge. This is done in order to
increase the number. Applicants will
be received bjr Igfroy Taylor, 2712 Dear
born street,. ^iSr^
Rev. Jesse Woods, went to Decatur
last Saturday to fill an appointment,
made for him by Rev, C. Cooper,
P. E., in the pulpit, made vacant by
the death of Rev. C. C. Joiner. We do
irtd Be permanent or not
The Ladies' Building Association
gives an, "Orange Tea Party" in the
parlors of Bethesda Baptist Church,
Thursday evening, March 8th. The
ladies of the association know how to
get up an enjoyable entertainment. If
you go you'll have a good time.
You can get the APPEAL three months
for only fifty cents. Leave your sub
scription with R. S. Bryan, 446 State
street, Prof. C. F. Adams, 2974 Dear
born street or at the Chicago office,
180 Clark St., room 7, and you will get
the paper prompt'y every Saturday.
The event of the season will be the
entertainment by Prof. Adams' German
class. Theie will be songs, choruses,
solos, recitations etc., rendered in
English and German, a first class pro
gramme, after which a promenade.
Look out for further announcements.
A subscriber writes: Please say to
the Chicago Patnarchie, No. 30. G. U.
O. O. F. Now that a suitable hall has
been rented at No. 128 La Salle street.
That each and every member will from
now on, take pride in attending dull
meeting and become better acquainted
with the tactics.
The Odd Fellows of Chicago and
vicinity, will have an annual seimon
preached to them, at Quinn Chapel,
this Sunday, March 4, at 2:30 p. in., by
M. V. P. Rev. Jordan Chavis. There
will be appropriate exercises. T.
Wells, chaiiman of committee. J. A.
Rev. C. S. Jacobs, preached a veiy
fine sermon last Sunday morning. He
took as his text, Isaiah 40: 31, "But
they that w*ut upon the Lord, shall
renew their strength they shall mount
up wth wings as eagles they shall run
and shall not be wearv and they shall
walk and shall not faint."
Great interest was manifested in the
revival meetings at Quinn Chapel last
week. The meetings are being con
tinued this week. The pastor is ex
pecting Rev. J. P. Howard, of Little
Rock, Ark and Rev. C. Hunt, of Car
rolton, Mo to .tsn^t him during the
coutiiiuance of the meetings.
WANTEDSeveral first class ton
sorial artihts, to take situations in a fine
shop. Must be strictly first class,
masters of the trade, of genteel appear
ance and pleasing address and furnish
unexceptionable references. Situations
permanent, good salary or commission
as desired. Apply at 180 Clark street,
A Well Wisher: I read in one of
your recent issues an article about build
ing a hall for secret societies. Nothing
better could be undertaken in Chicago.
It is a shame that the different organ
izations have not thought of it before.
All that is wanted is confidence and
good judgment in the beginning and
success is assured.
The WESTERN APPEAL has more Chica
go news than any of the papers. It is
for sale at R. S. Bryan's, 446 State
street, Chas. Landres, 111 Harrison.
T. A, Chinn's, 33830th street, W. H.
Monroe's, 93 E. Van Buren street, Mrs.
E. M. Goode's, 2552 State street, and at
he Chicago office of the paper, No. 180,
Clark street. Room 7.
Last Saturday evening was the tenth
of the lecture course. Interesting ad
dresses were delivered by Dr. J.
Magee, Rev. T. W. Henderson, Hon. J.
W. Thomas, R. M. Mitchell,Esq. and
Dr. C. E. Bentley. The musical pro
gramme was rendered by Miss Etta
Cooper, Miss Gertie Washington, Mr.
James Harris and Mr. James John
Rev. T. W. Henderson says he
married three couples last week and
received one dollar, in fees, the other
gentlemen telling him they would be
around to see him in a few days. The
Reverend says he has over fiity gentle
men in Chicago that have made the
same promise, and has never known
one to keep said promise yet. Paying
the parson for performing the marriage
ceremony is rapidly going out of fash
ion. Most of the Chicago ministers say
it has already gone.
The murder of the girl, Maggie
Gaughan, by the Colored boy Zephye
Davis on Monday, was the most horri
ble occurance of the kind that has taken
place in Chicago for years. The fact
that a bov, not 18 years old, could
follow a girl and with a hatchet deal
blow after blow on the head until the
poor creature fell, is almost beyond
belief. Yet it is absolutely Irue. The
young villian has been captured and it
is to be hoped he will be convicted and
sent where he can do no more harm.
The entertainment by Prof. Adams'
German class, will take place at Lin
coln Hall, Monday evening, March 19.
This hall is on 31st street, between
Wabash and Michigan is perfectly new
just opened this season and is without
doubt, the moat beautiful in the city of
Chicago. It is beautifully fitted up with
folding seats which are removed for
promenade. There are retiring rooms
for ladies, covered with the finest of
Brussels carpets. A smoking room for
gents, is elegantly furnished in eyery
respect including cushioned easy chairs.
The testimonial benefit to Miss Hen
rietta Vinton Davis took place at Lin
colm Hall, Thursday evening. Dr.
Wesley delivered the opening address.
Readings were given by Miss Adah
Brown, Miss Fannie Hall, Miss Katie
Mitchell, Mrs. Edna Allison and little
Endora Pindell a miss of five years,
who recited "The Maniac" in a very
acceptable manner for one so young,
Mrs. Bessie Warwick sang a solo. Miss
Lizzie Whitman sang ""Expectancy."
There were solos by Mr. C. H. Ham
mond, Mr. J. N. Crooker and Prof. C.
F, Adams. The St. Angelo Female
Quartet and J. H. L. Swere's Guitar
Quartet rendered selections. AH intel
ligent and refined audience was present
The entertainment concluded with a
The following persons will appear in
the grand enteitainment to be given by
Miss Adah O. Brown
Miss H. Vinton Davis
Mrs. Lettie Trent
Miss Fannie Hall
Miss Ollie Jameison
Miss Sarah C. Bond.
Mrs. F. A. Powell
Miss Gertie Washington
Mrs. F. L. McGhee
Mr. S. C. White
Miss Theresa Giay
Prof. C. Adams.
Miss Allie Gray
Miss C. Carter
Mis. Emma Morgan
Mrs. Mtrm Richardson
Rev. \V F. Reed
Master Leroy Taylor.
Mr. Alex. Hauling and Miss Nellie
Freeman, of Oberhn, were married I
Wednesday night, at the residence of
Mrs. Shedrick, No. 157 17th street,
by Rev. T. W. Hbnderson. The bride
was dressed in white cashmere, natural
flowers and diamonds. She was at
tended by Miss Lillie Moore, Mr.
Louise Warren acted as groomsman.
The following presents were received
by the happy couple:
Mr. and Mrs. Cavell, water set.
Miss L. Nelson, dozen towels.
Mrs. Dora Freeman, water set.
Messrs Nelson and Murphy, silver
Young men at Warner's where groom
is employed. Dinner set of 250 pieces.
Miss Sadie Wanzer, half dozen silver
Among those present weie: Misses
Ida Gladden, Etta Cooper, Sadie Wan
zer. Mesdames Clemmons, Cavell,John
son, Kennedy. Messrs Green, Buck
ner, Cavell, Carter, Mead, Canada,
Chase, and the APPEAL. After the
ceremony delicious refreshments were
Lawyer John G. Jones and constable
John Q. Grant had a little set to Mon
day, which would have proved serious
but foi the interference of Barrister
Jno. Jones Lodge of Masons, rents the
hall No. 328 Clark street and sub lets
the same to Corinthian Commandery
K. T. The commandery has neglected
to pay rent until about $175 is due
John Jones lodge. The lodge sued and
gol out a writ against the commandery.
The writ was served by Constable
Grant. Jno. G. Jones was attorney for
Corinthian Commandery. The case
came up for trial Monday, in Justice
Lyons's court. In course A trial,
Lawyer Jones and Constable Grant
became involved in a dispute as to the
merits of the case. Giant pulled his
revolver and pointed at Brother Jones
who beat a hasty retreat, and dodging
behind the Junge's bench, he crawled
under Justice Lyons' chair, overturning
his Honor. Constable Grant followed
with drawn revolver, when Attorney
Morris Bowman rushed to Grant and
caught the revolver, placed his finger
behind the trigger so that it could not
he fired. Jones finally crawled out
from his hiding place, and fled from
the court room. Bowman's finger was
badly mashed during the struggle.
Jones and Grant were fined $5 each
for contempt of court. It was a very
unfortunated occurence as both persons
are prominent citizens.
The Colored Ministers' Association
met Monday at Quinn Chapel, Rev.
Henderson presiding. The principal
descussion was caused by a brother who
arose and asked for light on the words.
"It is easier for a camel to go through
the eye of a needle, than for a rich man
to enter the kingdom of Heaven. Rev.
Henderson believed that God meant
just what he said. Rev. Knight thought
it referred to a gate called the needle.
Rev. Jacobs said only the p^or at heart
could go to heaven. Rev. Chavis ex
plained that as the camel must unload
before entering, so must the rich man
unload his burden of sin. Rev, Reed
said, "The people have too many idols.
Why it is a common thing for church
members to pul the secret societies
before the church. It is not right, and
they cannot get to heaven unless they
make all subservient to the Church of
Christ." Mrs. Lettie Trent, the noted
elocutionist being present, was asked to
give a recitation. She consented, and
favored the preachers with, "The Devil
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THE CHORE, QUICK SERVICE AND
300 SOUTH STATE STREET, CHICAGO.
IS READY TO SERVE THE PUBLIC BOTH DAY
Will furnish on short notice, reliable
male or female help, of all kinds,
to work in private houses,
stores and pub-
312, HENNEPIN AVENUE, MINNEAPOLIS.
!2.00 PER YEAR.
Immense Slaugnter of the Finest Clothing, Hats
and furnishings, all our entire winter stock being closed
out at way below cost. Making the most wonderful mark
down sale ever known in the West. A chance in a life
time for you to buy reliable clothing atles* than it cost to
make. We actually lose Thousands of Dollars bv this
saciifice Sale. But our Stock must be closed out no mat
ter how gieat our loss.
Men's, Boys and Childien's Winter Clothing all Ter
B" OUT OF TOWN trade solicited, and given prompt
and careful attention.
RED FIGURE SALE!
Boston One Price Clothing-House,
Cor. Third and Robert Streets, ST. PAUL
JOS. McKEY, & Co.
The Finest Clothing House in the West.
We have FINE NEW LINES of Goods throughout, having cleaned out
OLD STOCK in our Fire sale. Our fine, warm Felt Goods are worthy of examti
ation. Our pi ices are as low as First Quality Dods can be sold for. We .n
Strictly One Priced.
NEXSEN & WILLIAMS.
327, Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis
Refrigerators, Oil Stoves, Ranges, Tinware, Furnaces
clean yards hous
es, windows, walls,
chimneys, *tc. Will calci
mine, white-wash, or nang pa
per. Furnish wash-women, car
ry sample cases, do errands, in or
out of city. We solicit public patronage.
OFFICE: 300 S. Clark St
Fine Household Articles, Roofing Spouting and Metal Work.
ENOS BOND, Supt.
8* Telephone. No. 2025.
R. S. BRYAN
446 So State Street, CJiicagro.
J8ea^ A first class meal including coffee
and a copy of the WESTERN APPEAL
20c. Polite and attentive waiters.
Open all night.
POPE & SMITH,
ISo. 121 E Lake Street, Chicago.
Suits made to order. Will cut and
make garments from cloth furnished.
Gents clothing cleaned, dyed and re
paired.^ Prices consistent witfi first
TRY IT. I IT DOES NOT PROVE S \T
FACTORY RETURN Tns BOTTLE AND 1
MONEY WI LL BE REFUNDED.
IT WILL CURE.
Rheumatism, in 10 to 30 davs
Cholera and Cholera Morbus 1
Colics and Cramps, 5 minutes
Diarrhoea 2 hours
Chronic Diarrhoea, 1 to 5 days
Dysentery, 2 hours
Coughs and Colds, 2 to 3 days
Croup, 2 to 4 hours
Pleurisy, 2 to 4 hours
Sore Throat, 1 to 2 days
Neuralgia, 1 to 2 days
CatarrJj in the head,l wk to 3 months
Toothache, 5 minutes
Earache, 5 minutes
Nervous Headache. 15 minutes
Sick Headache, 5 minutes
Piles, 3 to 5 days
Swelling, lto 3 days
Kidney Troubles, Skin Disease. Cnl*
Weak Bladder, Wounds, Bruistt-,
Burns, Stiff Cords, &c.
DR. J. B. BUBBINS,
Residence, 1471 State St.
Office hours, 8 to 11 30 A. SI. 6 to 8 p.
Blood tonic, for blood, liver and
bowels and for all female complaints,
Anyone troubled with headache, will
be cured in a few minutes fre ol
charge, at my office.
Mail orders receive prompt attention
Eight ounce bottle $1.0'
Three ounce bottle .50
For sale by W. DALE, Clark and
Madison Sts. CHHK BROS, 511 tetate St
JOHN DIETZ, 2842 Butterfield St. JOHN
BROWN, 332 S. Clark St. and R. S. BRYA
Cigars & Tobacco M\
NEWSPAPERS AND STATIONARY,..
III East Harrison Street.