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VOL. III.^NO. 42.
Northwestern Publishing, Company,
ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK. )&.
COB. FOURTH AND CEDAR. ,j\,
J. Q.ADAMS, Editor.*
180 CLABK STREET, ROOM 7
O. ADAMS, Manager.
Single copy, per year...
ENTERED AT POSTOFFJCE IS SECOHD-CLASS MATTER
INTAKE NOTICE. 9
This paper is for sale by:
C. WALDON, 108, Fifth street, St. Paul.
CHAS. LANDRE, 111, Harrison St..Chicago.
R. S. BRYAN, 446, 8. State St., Chicago.
F. A. CHINN, 338, Thirtieth St., Chicago.
W. H. MONROJE.93 E. Van Buren.Chicago.
JOHN DOYLE, 2646, State Street, Chicago.
MRS. E M. GOODE, 2552, State. Chicago.
The Southern Recorder, is to be ad_
mired for its charming frankness, and
perhaps for its fearless criticism of men
and measures, but its editor is some
times to hasty. The issue of March 2nd
pronounces the church extensidn
scheme, offered by J. M. Henderson
A. M., in Christian Recorder, impractic
able. We do not believe the S. Re
corder has given the plan a careful ex
amination, for we know enough of the
financial abilities of the projector, to
feel assured that he does not indulge
in dreams, there are few men, young or
old, in the great A. M. E church, who
are better qualified to plan and execute
financial plans than is this same J. M.
Henderson. There are few preachers
who have had a wider and more success
ful experience in secular affairs and
business ventures, then he. is one
of those young men who honor age.
It would not be natural to suppose that
a man of his type would sympathize
yery keenly with ignorance, but he is
too considerate to harshly condemn
men old or young, who are honestly
doing their best, he, also, has often
said' "The earnest men of God, though
often uneducated, are preminently the
safe-guard of society," if the church had
a few more just such men, it would be
the means of bringing to her ranks,
hundreds of the talented young ladies
and gentlemen, who stay away from
disgust at presumptious ignorance.
Rev. Henderson has been with us
about seven months, and during that
time the church has gained 88 members
and raised nearly $5,000The Southern
Recorder will please take notice of our
protest. We offer this correction in a
spirit of kindnessAs an orator, ac
cording to the Evening Journal of
Minneapolis, Rev. Henderson stands
foremost among the ministers of all
races in the Northwest, as a reviyaUst,
financer and pastor, we say to the
Recorder, you would have to undergo
a long and tedious journey to find a
a match for him. So please qualify
your defence of those devout tellers of
dreams. W also add, this gentlemen,
though one of the most successful and
talented men in his "connection, is also
one of the most polite and least preten
On last Saturday, "The Messenger"
made its first appearance on the stage,
at. Springfield, 111., and is a candidate
for journalistic honors, and emolu
ments. The Messenger declares that
it shall be Democratic, for the same
reason that papers run by white men
are Democratic. The most of the
Democratic journals, are Democratic
for money, -and that's what The Mes
senger is after. I will be compelled,
as a matter of course, to get all its sup-
port from white people, as there are
not enough Colored people in the
United States, who are Democratic
enough^to support one newspaper.
Our .neighbor, the Pioneer Press, in
last Sunday's issue gave a chapter on
eocial clubs, mentioning the "G E's.,"
jtbe '.'Minnesota," the "Wabasha," the
Scandinavian club, "Valhalla the He-
brew club, the '.'Standard the German
club, "Town and Country," etc., but
never once remembered the "Crescent"
club, the only one belonging to the
"man and brother.""' "Tho mills of
the Gods grind slowly but they grind
xceedingly fine," and should "M.
L." ever send in an application for
membership to the "Crescent" club, its
dollars to wdj,
Smucrtptfons to lie patd In advance,
crlptlons ure not paid In advance or by any nutans
re allowed to run without prepayment, the terms
will be 60 cent* for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for
acti odd week.
Marriages and deaths to be announced at all must
eome In season to be news.
Marriaga and death notices, fifty cents. Payment
strictly In advance.
AdYwtlslnK r^tes, fifty cents per square of eight
lines solid agate .eacn Insertion.
w do not hold ourselves responsible for the views
of onr correspondents.
Reading notices 35 cents per line.
Special rates for advertisements for a longer time
than a month.
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that your subscription has expired. Too will confetu
a favor by renewing the same.
Communications to receive attention must be
newhy. upon important subjects, plainly-ar lttenonly
upon une side of the paper, must reach us not later
than Wednesdays, and bear the signature of the
author Ho manuscript returned
Special terms to agents who desire to place the
paper oa sle.
he .will get black-
Folks who live in other parts of the
world and read about St. Paul and
Minneapolis, imagine it is so cold up
here that there is, even no such a thing
as warm friendship. We do have art
ice palace which is something other
places cannot boast of, arid the pictuer
esque ruins of the same are still visited
by thousands, but at the same time,
strawberries are- plentiful in the
markets at only 75 cents a quart, and
red hot republicans are thicker than
fieas on a dog's back.--
Their prohibitionists were highly
elated when Neal Dow, their candidate
for Mayor of Portland, Me., was en
dorsed by the democrats, but they
don't feel so well now that the republi
cans elected their man, Chapman, by
the largest majority ever gained by the
party in a municipal election, in that
city. What was true of Portland was
true in all other places, the republicans
having an unprecedented triumph. As
goes Maine so goes the Union.
The Plaindealer of last week, eonr
tains an able article from the facile pen
ofD. Augustus Straker_ Esq., upon the
recent decisions of the Interstate Com-
merce Commission, in the cases of
Messrs Council and Heard. argues
from legal and equitable standpoints
and draws the logical conclusion,that the
decesions should not and cannot stand,
as they open the door to greater dis
criminations against Colored people
than ever before existed.
It is a source of pride to us to know
that thus far the State of Minnesota
heads the list, both in the number of
clubs formed and the members enrolled
in the ward republican league clubs.
These league clubs are going to do great
work in the coming canvas. They are
composed of good, earnest republicans,
who are fully aware of the task before
them, and intend to make every blow
The democratic postmaster at Nash
ville, Tenn., gave a specimen of demo
cratic civil service reform this week, by
turning out all the republican rascals
who hold subordinate positions under
him. Several of the officials are Colored
men. says, as he does not hope to
hold his place long he intends to give
his friends the benefit of his patronage
during his short stay in power.
There are to be built in this city this
season seven,buildings whose aggregate
cost will be about $2,500,000,to say noth-
ing of the less pretentious buildings
that will be built as a matter of course.
How is that, as evidence of the growth
and prosperity of the city
A number of the Minnesota towns
held elections Tuesday with varied
results but with the Republican candi
dates in the lead in most cases. License
or no license waB voted for in many
places, with success about evenly
The Colored men of Minnesota, pro-
poses to have a finger in the political
pie this time. The thread-bare advice
of "wait" will not be heeded we
waited, and waited in vain, several
times before. No is the accepted
The Republicans of Fergus Falls, met
Tuesday and unanimously adopted a
resolution favoring Greshman for
presidency, which is the first declara-
tion thus far reported.
Our local politics have not warmed
up yet, but there is plenty of fuel on
hand, and when the fire gets under
full headway, somebody will get burned
The early political birds are out look
ing for the early worms, and there is
danger ahead for the worms.
'^.tb Protective .League.
The members of the executive com
mittee of the Minnesota Protective
League, are hereby notified to meet in
the District Court room in this city,
next Thursday evening, March 22ud, at
8 o'clock sharp. There is business of
vast importance to be brought before
the committee, and a full atten lance is
Doings of the Past Week in all
Parts of the Great Metro
polisof the West*
A Very Interesting Budget,
The Grand Entertainment. ^P^&t^?M&$&
At Lincoln Hall^' "7'f|^
Next Monday evening, the 19. '"r
Quarterly meeting at Bethel Sunday.
Mrs. Paulina Spencer is on the sick
Mrs. Mary. Neal, of Buttei field street,
Miss Lucy J,,Lewis%' visiting friends
in the city. **A*~* *$%.
Mr. Hill, of 2215 Dearborn St., is on
the sick list.
Mr. D. D. Dad well,'of Omaha, visited
Chicago this week.
Quarterly meeting at St. Stephen's
church on the 25th.
Mr. George Taylor, who has been
sick, is convalescent.
For a good time go to entertainment
by the German class.
Mrs, Vina King is sick .at her resi
dence, 1227 State street.
Miss Elise Louis is visiting her
mother, Mrs. Julia Louis.
Mrs. Fannie Brown, 2838 Dearborn
St. is sick with rheumatism-.
The Phoenix Quartet gives a concert
at Bethesda, Tuesday evening.
The APPEAL boom continues. Did
you ever know of any thing like it?
Rev. Villa Blake lectured at
Library rooms, last Saturday night.
To be absolutely sure of seeing ALL
the news, you must read the APPEAL.
The German class entertainment will
be novel, half German, half English.
Rev. Harrison's text last Sunday
night was, "Therefore be Thou Strong."
Mrs. Logan Webb, who has been
seriously ill, is now rapidly improv
There was an interesting temperance
meeting, at .Quinn .Chapel, Monday
The manager of the APPEAL is at the
office, 180 Clark street, room 7, every
day from 4 to 6 p.
Three hundred and six persons took
communion at the^quarterly meeting at
Quinn Chapel, Sunday.
The APPEAL is published simultane
ously in Chicago and St. Paul, and its
just the paper you want,
Rev. Dr. Magee preached at Bethel,
Sunday night, from the text, "Watch
man, What of the Night."
Prof. Adams will sing the waltz-song
"First Love" at the concert next Mon
day night, March 19, at Lincoln Hall.
Rev. Jordan Chavis left yesterday
for Springfield where he goes to
preach annual sermon to Odd Fellows
Wednesday night, Rev. 0. S. Jacobs
dedicated a communion set of seven
pieces. preached a sermon on the
holy number 7,
The subscription price of the APPEAL
beginning March 1st, will be $2 per
year, $1.10 per six months and 60 cents
per three months.
Rev. Jordon Chavis will open the
grand entertainment at Lincoln Hall,
Monday evening, March 19, with a
prayer in German.
The entertainment by the young
ladies of St. Stephens, Tuesday night,
was a success in every respect. A neat
sum of money was realized.
The. concert at Lincoln Hall, next
Monday night, will begin at 8:30 pre
cisely. Be sure to come on time and
hear the excellent programme.
The entertainment at Lincoln Hall
Monday evening,'march' 19th, will begin
at 8:30 precisely. If you wish to hear
the exercises, be there on time.
The second reception musicale and
entertainment under the auspices of
Mrs. Trent will take place at Madison
Street Theatre, Monday, March 26th.
The music and art section, of the
Prudence Crandall club, met Wednes
day evening, at the residence of Mr. J.
S. Madden, No. 2325 Cottage Grove
Mrs. S. Laing Williams, a former
pupil of Prof. Adams, has kindly con
sented to read a seletion at the enter
tainment at Lincoln Hall, on Monday
If you have an item of news you
want published, leave it at Bryant
EstellaCafe 446 State street, or at the
Chicago office of the. APPEAL 180 Clark
St, room 7. '&$ j-^S.***-
Mr. Q. Adams, editor of the AP
PEAL, is in the city circulating among
his many friends. came^especiallv
to attend the concert at Lincoln Hall,
You can get the APPEAL tbreelnbiiths
for only sixty cents. Leave' your sub
scription with K. 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 andi^ferman, a first class pro
gramme. after which a promenade.
WANTED**Several first 'class toh
sorial artists* to. take situations in a fine
ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS & eH$Q, MAKOE17, 1888
shop^-. Must be strictly
masters of the trade, of genteel' appear
ance and pleasing address^ ad ftirniJskJ
unexceptionable references. Sitnationsi
permanent, good salary or co^tmigsion
as desired..' Apply
fcat 180 CIa% street,
room 7.4 to 6 p.'ni. j&jfc
The concert at Lincoln J9M!., next
Monday evening, begings. at *,8:30 pre
cisely. Don't stay away.thinking, f'I'U
be on time" for we mean just what^we
say, and ifyoirwish to'enjoy to'enove)
concert, be in your JBea't,at-8':3Q.^s:
Last-FYiday, Mr. Will Owsley resi
ding at 28Q4',rpearpbrn.i
the Burlington, while -attempting to
jump on a train at Anrora, fell and
broke his arm. A physician set the
broken. Jimb and' Mr. 'Owsfey isrioWcm
the road to recover^
The-WKSTERir 4r*t~ has more IShica*
go news than any of the papers. 'I is
for sale at R. S. Bryan's, 4*6 State
street, Chas. Land res, 111 Harrison
T. A, Chirin's, 3^~30th street, W IL
Monroe's, 93' E Van Buren street, Mrs.
E. M. Goode!s, 2552 State street* and at
he Chicago office of the paper, Nd/ifSO,'-
Clark street. Room 7.Q/jjggsfpg
Mr. and Mrs. Anders8n*ielebrated
their linen wedding, Monday hight,L'at
tneir residence, No., $910 B'utterfielcL
Dr. J. Magee officiated and'intro
duced Miss Ellen Cooper who read an
appropriated' paper. A large number
were present and a yery enjoyable time
was had and many presents received:
The reporter lost his notes and we can
not give list of names and pre'Bbrits.f|t
The Colored republican voters of the
13th ward, must be asleep. ^Nbtra'clut)
has been organized since last year.
Not even a representative was sent To
the convention at Springfield. '"Certain^
ly, some one ought to be gallant
enough to rent a hall and organize
before some candidate rents one for
them. An independent technical club
has already been formed by a few of
The entertainment by Prof. Adams'
German class, will take place (at
A number of the representatives of
the press, visited the Garden Pity
literary and social club, last Thursday
evening, at the residence of Mrs. Ham
lin, 633 W. Lake,St.
Owing to the slow arrival of the
members, the exercises were late com
mencing. With but few exceptions, the
programme was very creditable. I
consisted of some select readings, a
few short addresses. The prsident,
Mr. 1 J.Napier, delivered a very elo
quent address in which he extended
the guests a most cordial welcome.
After the exercises, the meeting dis
Our Georgia friend must make a
better selection next time.
The ministers met Monday at St.
Paul's Rev. Knight in the chair.
Reports of collection were as follows:
success in Chica,
coin Hall, Monday evening, March 19.
This hall is oa 31st street between'
Wabash and 5|icbigah is perfectly 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 eyerv
respect including cushioned easy qhairs.
Electa Chapter No. 11,-0. E SM tele
brated its first anniversary at Lincoln
Hall, Tuesday night. Mr W. S.
nett sang, "The Tempest," Miss Fannie
Hall gave a reading. The quaftet com
posed of Miss Luella Bell, Mrs. M. E,
Davenport, Messrs A. E Morton and
Jespie Harris rendered "The Harvest
Moon." Mrs. WHlmot read a.Masonic
poem. Mrs. M. El Davenport sang a
solo. She was accompanied on the
piano, by her daughter Leona, a miss
of ei"ht years, who played nicely and
received a floral tribute. The affair
wound up with a dance.
St. Stephens 1 26.05
Olivet 4 52.31
Bethesda*.* \j- ^-!r~ 103.66
St Paul's J,.- T/i^j-* 31.07
Adjourned to meet* "aV'pr evidence
church, Monday, at which time Rev.
J. Chavis will read a paper on "The
Final State of the Righteous Dead,"
Last Sundty Rev. Reed preached
from the text "B ye Therefore Per
fect '"Mf-^rsfe' "1?45&* *#$&*
Last Sunday afternoon people were
packed in Bethesda church, like sar
dines in a box. They came to the bap
tizing. Rev. Chavis preached a short
sermon, and then baptized the follow
Mrs. Jennie Reese
Miss Mary Mahoney
Mrs. Mary Richardson
Mrs. Fannie Moody
Mrs. Lou Smith
Miss Martha Holly
Miss Jennie Scott i
Mrs. Dora Haskins
Mr. George Polite
Mr. Warren Webb
Mr. William Reese
Mr. Thomas Walton^C
A few days since, the APPEAL man
visited the studio of Mrs. Fannie Bar
rier Williams, at No. 2922 Calumet Ave.
The charming artist was busily engaged
on a crayon portrait of Tilla Blake
Esq., ex-president of the Board df
Trade, but noticing the approach of the
journalist she greeted him in her ami-favor
abte manner, "O," said she, "fm just
over-orowded with orders/ I have no
time for rest. I am real proud of my
as yet Th "peopltno
'ojtnisrciv"-appreciate fjine'artan'fl my
patrons are among the leading citizens,
"who require' first^clais" ifork." On an
elisel was the finished ''portrait of Mrs.
LJpyd Wheeler, a perfect'likeness.
About the room on easels, were halt
finished oil'and water colors and dn
the waftfrof the'studidwer^ specimens
of Mrs. Wdlhams' work. The -writer is
notmn art c"*itie, but,' to nis eyes the
worjk/'was as near perfection 'as it is
possible to attain. |rt the'East, Mrs.
Williams-has gained-for herself great
fame, not only as an artist, but as a
writer ifcid think**, ijM'toV lady wields
the pen as well" as the brush. Th
succeBS of Mrs. Williams' certainly
^.v? .?-'_ .Tie ut. r .i
Some of onr leading ladies are hold-'
ing baby Shows each week. Last week
the "show'* tdoVp'lace'at the residence
of Mrs. G. W. Hamilton, 2974 Dearborn
St. There were present:
Mrrand Mrs. J. S. Madden
AT. and Mrs. A. A. "Thompson
Mr. and Mrs. A. T.. Hall
Babies on exhibition were:
Miss Grade Thompson
Miss Edith Madden
Master Abram Hall
Master Daniel Hall
Miss Lois Hall
Master Gaorge Hamilton. "IT
Each baby took the first prize. The
APPEAL did not have-any babies -to
show, but he was' dn'hand just the
a&me, and made himself Useful nursing
the little ones. At 6 o'clock, those
present sat down: to"dinner. The menu
was as follows:
SoupBouillon. Baked white fish,
tomato sauce, lobster salad. French
p&ss. cbrh, tomatoes, potatoes. Apple
dumpling, dream sance, jelly cake,
champagneMumm's Extra Dry.
During the dinner'the- six youug
ones begari to yel^'btit the husbands
and fathers,assisted by the APPEAL man,
soon auited them. After dinner the
evenirig'was spent discussing the good
qualiitiesof the babies exhibited.
The "shows" are held regularly every
week, only persons having babies
except, of' course, the APPEAL, who is
always welcomeare permitted to be
present. Messrs Eugene Hale and
S Laing Williams are therefore
This-week's show was held Tuesday,
at the residence of Mrs. A. A. Thomp
son, 2725 Dearborn street. The comp
any present was the same as at Mrs.
Hamilton's. A delicious dinner was
served. Speeches of congratulation
wetfe made by the various happy papas
mammas. These shows wUl doubt
less do great good in encouraging the
prodhction of good healthy children.
Che APPEAL wilt always contain com
plete reports of the meetings.
The following pereons 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. A. Powell
Miss Gertie Washington
Mrs. L. McGhee
Mrs. Emma Morgan
Miss Allie Gray
Prof. C. Adams.
Miss Theresa Gray
Miss C. C. Carter
Miss Bertie White
Mrs. Mamie Richardson
Miss Alice Taylor
Master Leroy Taylor.
Madame Selika will sing at Farwell
Hall, Monday, April 19, under auspices
of St. Thomas
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.
Worth Your Attention.
There area great many things which
may be worth attention under certain
circumstances and conditions., which,
under different circumstances, would
not be worth minding at all. To a great
many people Greelc and Latin are not
worth 'attention at all a great many
interesting scientific processes are of
use to _every body in practical applica
tion, but it would -be a waste of time
lor everybody to try and find out the
why and wherefore of them. But
everybody travels more or less and any
information about the best and safest
railroad communications is conse
quently eorth the attention of every
one. Especially is this the ease with
regard to "The ^Jurlington,"Chicago,
Burlington & Northern Railroad,a
leading Northwestern line," and, by its
connection with the six thousand miles
of the great "Bdrlington System," a
road which has direct communication
with all the big cities of the Westl No
important point can be named to which
it is not a convenient and agreeable
route. Ask any coupon ticket agent
for tickets or address W. C. Kenyon,
Gen. Pass. Agent & N. R. R.,
St. Paul, Minn.
You Kliow Him?
John Murdock, of Frederick, Ma
Any one that knows him will do a great
by sending his addiess to
C. A. MURDOCK,
-r ,..A1WJ 7
i A LA PERSEPHONE
Secure that perfect
fit so highly appre
ciated by every well
dressed lady, and is
obtained without in
jury of tight lacing.
Highest Grade Corset Ever Intro
Indorsed by the lead-
ing dress-makers and
modistes of Paris, Lon-
don, and Kew York.
Marshall Field &.Co. Chas. Gossage &. Co.
J. W.Tuohy & Co.
Will furnish on short notice, reliable
male or female help, of all kinds,
to work in private houses,
stores and pub-
clean yards hous-
es, windows, walls,
chimneys, etc. "Will calci-
mine, white-wash, or hang 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
Adams, State and Dearborn. CHICAGO.
jas. H. Walker & Co.
Siegel, Cooper &.'Co.
THE CHORE, QUICK SERVICE AND
300 SOUTH CLARK STREET, CHICAGO.
IS READY TO SERVE THE PUBLIC BOTH DAY
ENOS BOND, Supt.
Telephone, No. 2052.
C. O. D.
571 South State street,
Cuffs per pair
'Socks' J.J V'.
POPE & SMITH.
N o. 121 E take Street, Chicago.
Suits made to order. Will .cut and
make garments from cloth furnished.
Gents clothing cleaned, dyed and re
paired. Prices consistent with first
R, S. BRYAN
446 36* State Street, Chicago.
A first class meal including cofi%ier
and a copy of the WESTERN APPEAL
20c. Polite- and attentive waiters.
Open all night.
$1$ & LihdBBt&itt:
-J 4ass=: i "#u tj: i
Tr IT. I IT Dote HOT PROVE' SATIS-
FACTORY RETURN 'THK'' BOTTLE ANIT TH
MONEY WTLL BE REFUNDED.
Rheumatism, in "2 to 60 daft,
Cholera and Cholera Morbus 1 to 3
Colics- and Cramps, 5 minutes
Diarrhoea 2 hours
Chronic'Diarrhoea, 1 to 5 days
Dysentery, 2 hours
Coughs and Colds, 2 to 3 days
Croutp, 2 to 4 hours
PJeurisy, 2'to 4 days
Bore Throat, 1 to 2 days
Neuralgia, 1 to 2 days
Catarrh in th head,! wk to 3 months
Earache, 5 minutes'
Nervous Headkehev 15 minutes
Sick Headache, 5 minutes
Piles, 3 to 5 days
Swellings, 1 to 3 days
Kidney Troubles, Skin Disease. (Hits,
Weak Bladder, Wounds,' Bruises,
Burns, Stiff Cords, Ac.*'. r.
DR. J. B. BTJBBINS,
Residence, 1471 State St.
Office hours, 8 to 11:30 A. M. 6 to & P. M.
Eight ounce bottle $1.00
Three ounce,bottle .ol)
Blood tonic, for blood, liver and
bowels-and-iorall female complaints,
Anyone troubled with headache, will
be chred' in a few minutes free of
charge, at my office.
Mail orders receive prompt attention.
For sale by W. DALE, Clark and
Madison Sts. CLARK BROS, 511 State St.
JOHN DIETZ, 2^42'ButterfieIdT St. JOHN
BROWN/332 S. Clark St. and R. S. BRYAN
446 State St.
Cigars & Tobacco,
NEWSPAPERS AND STATIONERY,
Il)l East Harrison Street.
CHICAGO, -'5-"- ILLS.
THE WESTERN APPEAL ON SALE.
CAN NOW BE' SEE AT
14 8 fAffTOT,'
Where the 'manufaeffnrere have opened
up new rooms and will'
Price and Quality of Goods
That ftnnot bffequated anywtiere In the city.
','ii IA ill
PREPARE Ffl SPRING.
Tashoriable Tailoring at Moderate
We open this season with a larger line
DOMESTIC SL IMPORTED
Cassimeres, Cloths, Serges,
Worsteds, Flannels, &c,
-v. FINEST ASSORTMENT or
Scotck and Irish tweed Sultlflgs
I N THE COCSTRY.
Business Suus to order
Trqusers Spring Overcoats "e*
31, East TWT* Street. St. PanL