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VOL: III.NO. 41.
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The republican congressional com
mittee has been chosen. Hon. Robert
Smalls, who represents South Carolina,
is the only Colored man on the com
Miss Laura M. Alcott died in Boston,
Masa., Tuesday morning. Her wiitings
ha ?e pleased more of the young folks
than any modern wnter, and her place
in the literary world will not soon be
As the democratic national conven
tion-meets first, we will have the ad
vantage of knowing to a certainity, the
men we will have to beat, and will
^nominate men who v\\\ do it "just as
jsure as shootin."
Since the adjournment of the great
^republican club convention in New
York, oyer one thousand local clubs
have been organized. There never
was a time in the history of the republi
can party, that organization was begun
so eaily and earned out so effectively.
The leaders know what they are about
and the fight this fall will be waged for
all it is worth. The full strength of the
paity will be polled and success is al
most an assured fact.
We are not in the least infatuated
with Senator Ingalls, but we must ad
mit that we agree with most that he
eaid in his recent speech in the senate,
on the pension bill. If men who felt
AS he seems to feel, had been in charge
of affairs at the close of the war and
subsequently, there would not now be a
lot of ex-confederates in the councils of
the nation to sit in judgement upon the
measures affecting the interests of the
T)rave and loyal defenders of the
The WESTERN APPEAL announces that
hereafter it will be published simultane
ously in St. Paul and Chicago. The
Adams brothers are bright energetic
newspaper men and amply capable of
doing justice to their diverse consti
tuencies.The New York Age.
Thanks, Bro. Fortune, we are having
a rather hard row to hoe.and it requires
considerable hustling to meet with
success but we intend to try to get
there just tne same. Our efforts so far,
have met with success far beyond our
expectations, which will only 6pur us
on to renewed efforts for still greater
The recent pretracted meetings of the
two churches of our city have been
phenominally successful and a large
number of new members have been
added to them. The new converts
have been drawn largely from the
society circles of ladies, the society men
jbave not so generally seen the error
of the ways and forseok them.
Though we confess that we are out of
the ark of safety, we are always glad to
Bee others get on board. Few cities con
taining twice the number of Colored in
habitants claimed far St Paul, can boast
of as nice churches owned by Colored
-.people and the services are in keeping
with the churches there are several
members of the Anglo-Saxon race, who
appear to be perfectly at home among
their darker hued sisters and brothers,
and they thus give the strongest evi
dence of their possessing genuine
Christianity. May the good work go
on until all the sinners in the city are
brought to know the Lord, whom to
know is life eternal,
A E Church Notes.
The great revival still goes on. Over
s'xty persons have been lead from
darkness to the light.
Sunday was a glorious day at St.
James* At the conclusion of the mern
ihg service 12 persons came forward to
be prayed for. Among them being Mrs,
Delia Pettis, Mrs. C. Covington,
Miss Bertha Heathcock, Mr. Charles
Parker, Misses Lulu and Nellie Gris
wold, Vodie Robinson, Eddie Henry
and others whose names we did not
At 3 30 Mars Lodge G. U. O. of O. F.
assembled to listen to a sermon de
livered to them by the pastor, Rev. J.
The lodge made a very fine appear
ance, all being decorated with full rega
lia. Mr. G.H.Woodson, master of cere
monies, and Sergt. Smith standard
bearer, occupied seats within the lower
alter. The choir opened by singing"The
National Hymn," the pastor then read
the 20 cp. of 1 Sam'l, Miss Bertha
Heathcock then sang "Consider the
Lillies," the congregation then knelt
and chanted the Te Deum. Mrs. Geo.
Duckett, Mrs. W.H. Clay and Mr. C. A.
Mason, then rendered a beautiful trio.
Mr. G. H. Woodson, M. then intro
duced Rev. J. M. Henderson, who took
for his text 1 Sam'l 20 cp 17 vs. the
theme was, "Amicitia, Amor, et Vere-
tias." At the evening services, the
theme was, "The Glory of the Cross."
After dismissal, many lingered to pray
with a man who came to the altar. The
class meeting was largely attended.
Among the new voices, was that of
W. C. Hawkins, Mrs. D. and Miss
Blanch Parker, Miss Alice Lawrence,
Mrs. Cora Henderson. The following
persons have been converted during
the past week up to last Sunday. Misses
Alice Lawrence, Alice Beriy, Lizzie
Kellum, Cora and Florence French,
Mr. Geo. Duckett, Mrs. James Loomis,
Mrs. Isabella Beiry, Mis. Margaret
Hopkins, Theodore Rice, W. C. Haw
kins, Miss Mamie Sealy, Benj, Hender
son, Miss Clara Skofsta, Mrs. Anna
Saunders, Mrs. Thos. Jefferson, Misses
Blanch Parker, Hattie Johnson, Hattie
Sheppard, Mrs. Cora Henderson, Willie
Jefferson, JesBie Rodman, Allen French
Mrs. Mamie Dove, Mrs. Lena Goodall,
Many of these persons, it will be re
membered, joined on probation, Feb.
Mrs. Mary E. Parker, of Presbyterian
Church, Washington, D. joined
under watch care, Miss Nellie Jefferson
on probation Sunday morning, Mr. J.
P. Anderson, was baptized and received
into full membership at conclusion of
evening services. The recent converts
will be confirmed the first Sunday of
May. The conversion of Mr. W. C.
Hawkins is clear and most thorough.
Tne young converts are all stiongand
emphatic in their professions.
St. James Church now has 121 full
members, and 52 probationers, making
an enrollment of 173.
To-moirow, at 3 o'clock p. m., Sacra
mental sei vices will be held. Rev. L.
H. Reynolds will deliver the Dis
Special preparations are being made
for Easter services. The church will be
full of birds and flowers.
Mrs. Dorris and Mrs. Jas. Jacobs,
were sufficiently rceovered from their
recent illness to be present.
The Only Dining Car Line.
Between St. Paul and Minneapolis and
St. Louis is "The Burlington"positive
ly the only road running its own dining
cars down the Mississippi. Are youLiterary
feeling as though a trip for your health
would do you goodsure you need the
rest a comfortable journey would give
you? Yesbut you remember the dis
comforts and annoyance of the "eating
station" lines, the "twenty minutes for
dinner" scramble, how you had to
"rustle" for sole-leather steak, soggy
biscuit, sawdust sandwiches, and
the cry of "all aboard" came in the
middle of your second swallow of mud
dy coffeeand you don't want to try it
again? Well, take "Th Burlington"
and you will find meals that will cure
you of dyspepsia and be a joy in your
recollection forever. "The Burlington"
dining service is under the control of
an experienced commissary, who ran
sacks the markets for all that can deof
light the palate, and has organized a
service that presents delicious food de
liriously cooked, and served in elegant
style on snowy linen and by the most
attentive of waiters. On your next
journey try "The Burlington" Dining
Car Line. W. J. C. Kenyon, Gen. Pass.
Agent St. Paul, Minn.
The national convention of the Y.
C. A. will convene in Louisville, Ky.,
June 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th, 1888.
All the associations are requested to
end one or two representatives, places
and cities where there are no associa
tions, the churches are requested to
end some of their active men, all the
leading men are invited. Done by ord
er of the Y. M. C. A. No. 1. Head
quarters Louisville, Ky \t
A. MACK, Pres.
Letters should be addressed to Jeff.
Coleman, Corresponding Editor, 622
West Green Street Louisville Kv.
Doings of a week in the Great
Served up for the Edification of
An immense crowd ef indignant
Colored people crowded into Bethesda
Baptist church, Tuesday night, to de
nounce the latter portion of the verdict
of the coroner's jury in the Zephyr
Davis case, which was as follows: J,'x
"And we further find that the system
pursued by said Green Bros, of employ
ing negroes and whites, male and
female- promiscuously, is against the
public morals, and should be stopped."
John. G. Jones was elected chair
man and A. T. Hall, secretary. After
prayer by Rev. Jordan Chavis, Chair
man Jones opened proceeding by saying
that the meeting was called to express
disapproval of that portion of the cor
oner's verdict which raised a question
of color. The verdict was uncalled for
either in law or reason. He hoped that
unless Coroner Hoertz, Deputy Kent
und the jury apologized, they would be
tarred and feathered.
Dr. T. Magee, being called for,
said that so far as Deputy Coroner Kent
was concerned he would handle him
without gloves. Recounting the facts of
the murder, he said that all good citi
zens condemned the crime. Among
Colored people there was a universal
regret that the crime was committed by
a Colored man. deplored what had
been said by Chairman Jones concern
ing tarring and feathering the jury and
coroner. The Colored people with one
accord extended their heartfelt sympa
thy to the bereaved parents of the
murdered girl. The purpose of this
meeting was to uphold law and order
and equal rights.
Speeches were also made by Lawyer
Moiris, L. McGhee Esq., Morris
Brown, S. L. Williams, L. G. Wheeler,
Frank B. Warimg, Robt. Mitchell and
The following resolutions were unani
"Resolved, That Deputy Coroner
Kent, under whose charge the verdict
was rendered, and Coroner Hertz, who
so prostitutes his office as to fcive sanc
tion to such a verdict, have both shown
themselves to be bitter enemies of the
Colored race, and unworthy of our suf
frages in the future.
"Resolved, That Coroner Hertz be
requested to discharge Kent and then
"Resolved, That we, the Colored
citizens of Chicago in mass-meeting
assembled, hereby denounce Ihis
gratuitous insult offered to the Colored
people as a vicious, slanderous, and
wholly unwarranted attack upon a law
abiding class of citizens."
The meeting was a very orderly one,
nearly half present were ladies.
Monday evening, March 19th.
Quarterly meeting at Quinn Chapel,
Rev. Thos, L. Johnson has returned
to the city.
Mrs. Franklin leaves for Evansville,
Quarterly meeting at St. Stephen's
church on the 25th.
Miss Ora McGowan, who has been
sick is convalescent.
For a good time, go to entertainment
by the German class.
Mrs. Annie Brown is very sick at her
residence on Talbert St.
The APPEAL boom continues. Did
you ever know of anything like it?
The German class entertainment will
be novel, half German, half English.
Rev, J. V. Blake will lecture at
rooms this Saturday evening.
Miss Jennie Randall, one of our wel
known young ladies, is on the sick
Mrs. Knight, wife of Rev. R. Knight,
is quite sick at her residence, 140 N.
Mrs. Josephine Jackson, of Aurora,
is visiting her mother Mrs. Hodges, 3136
The APPEAL is published simultane
ously in Chicago and St. Paul, and its
just the paper you want.
Mrs. Rosa Jenkins, of this city, was
called to Quincy recently to bury her
mother, Mrs. Eliza Randolph.
Madame Selika %ill sing at Far well
Hall, Monday, April 19, under auspices
St. Thomas Episcopal church.
Prof. Wm Brown, principal of the
school at Sedalia, Mo., and son of
Bishop Brown, is reported very ill.
JRev. Jesse Woods has accepted the
pastorial charge of Decatur, 111., in
place of Rev. E C. Joiner, deceased.
The twenty converts of the recent
revival at Bethesda, will be baptized at
the church this Sunday at 3 p. m.
The ladies of Electa Chapter, will cel
ebrate their first anniversary at Lincoln
Hall, 31st street next Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Delphia Moore's baby died last
Friday and was buried Sunday.
Services were conducted by Rev.
Mr. C. T. Natt, of Upper Alton, 111.,
who has been the guest of Mrs. F. A.
Powell for several days, has returned to
his homefe,, 4
Mrs. Adeline Bankb, who has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Ran
kin, 535 State It., lelt Tuesday for Albu
querque, N. QHHQE
i An Organ in the Interest of tae COlered People of the Northwest.
ST.-PAUL MINNEAPOLIS & CHICAGO *MARCH 10, 1888. j&
The subscription price of the APPEAL
beginning March 1st, will be $2 per
year, $1.10 per six months and 60 cents
per three months **i*~
Rev. Jordon Chavis will open the
grand entertainment at Lincoln Hall,
Monday evening, March 19. with a
prayer in German.
Mrs. Fannie Hall has leased the old
Turner Hotel, and will open a first class
place next week. I will be known as
the Raymond European? Hotel.
The entertainment at Lincoln Hall
Monday evening, march 19th, will begin
at 8:30 precisely. If you wish to hear
the exercises, be there on time.
The- second reception musicale and
entertainment under the auspices of
Mrs, Trent will take place at Madison
Street Theatre, Monday, March 26th
Mrs. E. A. Bradford, one of the oldest
members of St. Paul's church, died
Friday. She was buried Monday from
the church, Rev. C. S. Jacobs officiating.
The APPEAL congratulates Dr. C. E
Bentley upon his appointment as
Clinical Instructor in the Deparlment
of Dental Surgery, of Rush Medical
Mis. S. Laing Williams, a former
pupil of Prof. Adams, has kindly con
sented to read a seletion at the enter
tainment at Lincoln Hall, on Monday
If you have an item of news you
want published, leave it at Bryan's
Estella Cafe 446 State street, or at the
Chicage office of the APPEAL 180 Clark
St, room 7.
On and after March 1st for three weeks
any boy between 14 and 19 years of age,
may join the Dixon Cadets free upon
application to Leroy Taylor, 2712 Dear
Last Sunday night Rev. Knight
preached from the text, "Remember,
thv Creator in the days of thy Youth,"
The sermon was especially for the
We got Brother Reed a little mixed
in our report of the minister's meeting
last week. What he said about societies
was in a sermon and not in a discussion
at the meeting.
The members of Quinn Chapel and
other friends of the excellent choir
of that church, purpose giving a grand
benefit concert for that organization,
about April 16th.
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 paper every Saturday.
Mrs. Minnie Smith, No. 3209 Dear
born, is to leave shortly for Minne
apolis,^ reside with her daughter. Mrs.
A. G. Plummer, so Wednesday she was
surprised by a number of friends, who
came bearing gifts and wishing her Bon
Among those who are to graduate from
the Bennett Medical College on the 20th
is Mrs. Carrie Golden, one of the most
intelligent of our ladies. We under
stand that Mrs. Golden will make dis
eases of females her specialty after
The eleventh lecture of the library
course was delivered last Saturday
night, by E Nelson Blake Esq. ex
President of the Board of Trade. His
subject was, A Strange Boy in a
Strange Land. Prof. James Johnson's
Quartet rendered some fine music.
You can get the APPEAL three months
for only sixty cents. Leave your sub
scription with R. S. Bryan, 446 State
street, Prof. C. 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. There 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.
The Chicago Republican is the name
of the new paper just started in the
city. John F. C. Taylor is the Manag
ing Editor. I is a campaign paper, and
promises to keep things lively for a few
months. A prominent white Repub
lican will furnish the money to keep it
WANTEDSeveral first class ton
sorial artists, 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. Agply at 180 Clark street,
The WESTERN APPEAL has more Chica
go news than any of the papers. I is
for sale at R. S. Bryan's, 446 State
street, Chas. Landres, 111 Harrison.
T. A, Chinn's, 33830th street, W.
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.
Rev. Jordan Chavis preached a ser
mon to the Odd Fellows, at Quinn
Chapel last Sunday afternoon. More
than 1,000 people were crowded in the
church. The Odd Fellows, Household,
and G. P. M Council were
out in full regalia. Rev. Chavis
preached from Mathew XXIII18.
"Ye are all Brethren^' A purse of $35
was presented to Rev. Chavis as a token
of esteem^MSiSSL in which h1H2Eheld"i- is th**
Miss Henritta Vinton Davis appre
ciating the fact that the APPEAL is most
widely circulated, takes this means of
thanking the citizens of Chicago, for the
benefit tendered her last Thursday
evening. Miss Davis is especially grate
ful for the beautiful golden star which
was presented as a token of the high
regard with which she is held by
Chicago's citizens, To the many artiste
who kindly volunteered their services,
Miss Davis returns her most sincere
An "Orange Tea Party" under the
management of the Women's Building
Association took place at Bethesda
Church, Thursday evening. The fol
lowing programme was rendered:
Piano SoloMiss Gertie Washington.
Vocal SoloMiss Etta Cooper.
ReadingMiss Annie Boyle.
DuetMisses Washington and Cooper
The performance concluded with a
drama "The Morning Call" by Mrs. C.
C, Lewis "an Mrs. Frank Waring.
Refreshments were served.
Eight young ladies of St. Stephen's
church will give an entertainment at
the church, Tuesday evening the 13th,
for the purpose of refurnishing the
church china closet, The ladies who
form the committee are:
Miss Florence Hunt.
Miss Nellie Weston.
Miss Annie Tompson.
Miss Josie Smith.
Miss Julia Waldon.
Miss Alice Keath.
Miss Sarah Fields.
Miss Annie Mathews.
The entertainment by Prof. Adams'
German class, will take place at Lin
coln Hall, Monday evening, March 19.
This hall is oil 31st street, between
Wabash and Michigan is perfectty new
just opened this season and is without
doubt, the most beautiful in the city of
Chicago. I 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 chans.
The following persons will appear in
the grand entertainment 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 Gray
Prof. C. F. Adams.
Miss Allie Gray
Miss C. C. Carter
Mrs. Emma Morgan
Mrs. Mamie Richardson
Miss Alice Taylor
Master Leroy Taylor.
When Jno. G. Jones, J. H. Magee, J.
D. Bryant and some others interested
in the South Park Building and Loan
Association arrived at the hall, 180
Clark St.,last Friday evening, they were
in great glee for they snpposed the 300
people there assembled had come to*
attend their meeting. Such was not
the case however, as the people present
had come in asnwer to the following ad:
WantedNinety waiters, two head
waiters and four carvers. Apply at 180
Clark street, room 25, from 8 to 9 p. m..,
This ad was inserted in papers for the
purpose of attracting waiters to meet
ing of assembly 8286 K. of L. which met
at that time and place. There was a
little rangle at first about use of hall as
the janitor had rented it to both
parties. The party of Messrs Jones,
Magee & Co., numbered just 15 officers
included and as there were about 300
of the waiters present the Building
Association retreated gracefully. As
sembly 8286 being left in possession of
the hall, the meeting was opened, a
number of speakers presented the
claims of the Waiter's Union to such
effeet that more than one hundred
The second grand assembly of the
Eureka Social club took place Wednes
day evening, at the residence of Mrs.
M. J. Brown, 20626th street. When
the APPEAL reporter arrived at 9:30 the
spacious parlors were thronged with
the club and its guests, enjoying them
selves with games, music and conversa
tion. At 10 o'clock the club was called
to order and the following programme
Instrumental solo, Mr. Jas. A. Harris.
Opening address, Mr. J. N. Coleman.
Response, Mr. James.
Bass solo, "Thy Sentinel I, Mr. J. N
Reading "Th Polish Boy," Miss
Solo, "A Old Letter," Mr, L.
Declamation, "The London Traveling
Man," Mr. J. T. Dudley.
Solo, "When the Leaves Begin to
Fade," Miss Hattie Smith.
Address, Mr. J. A. Smith,
After the rendition of the programme
refreshments were served and the rest
of the evening was passed playing kiss
ing games. This portion of the eve
ning's entertainment was greatly re
lished by the young gents, who smacked
their mouths as they sipped the nectar
from the sweet ladies' lips. Among the
games played were. "Pillow," "Pleased
or Displeased," "Scorn," "I'm in a
Well," "Thimble," and as the APPEAL
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