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The suggestions thrown out by the
WESTERN APPEAL in the last issue in ref
erence to tLc sending of a Colored man
as one of the delegates-at-large, to the
Republican National Convention, seems
to have struck a responsive ched in
the bosom of eveijbody. Several
well-known political wire pullers, now
of courseclaim that they had already
been discussing the subject but, be
that as it may, there will be no particu-
lar gain in getting a patent on the sug
gestion, unless there is something made
out of ir. Seveial very prominent Dein
ociats, who subscribe for the APPEAL
have been heard to say, that is just the
thing the Republicans ought 10 do. Of
course we would not go to Democrats to
leam the best wav to conduct a Repub
lican eotnpaign, but the reason ihe idea
met with favor among the Demounts is,
because the}' think the Republicans will
not accord any such position to a Coloi
ed man if the Colored people aak for it,
and they will then have the refusal to
make capital of. We believe that if the
matter is brought piopeily befoie the
people they will cheerfully accoid the
position to us. At a meeting of Colored
Republicans, which was held since the
suggestion was offered, the subject was
descussed and the unanimous senti
ment was, that we should join hands
and work for that end. The time is
short, the 16th of May will be here veiy
soon, and we must be active in our
work. The APPEAL jes not favor any
particular individual, but the man must
be one of well-known honor and in
tegrity who will bring as much honor to
the position as the po^iti^n will give us.
There are several such men in the
It is wonderful to contemplate the
extent of prejudice against color. The
Atlanta Herald tells of a penniless while
woman who applied to the city to bury
her daughter, and who was all broke up
because the authorities gave the job to
a Colored firm of funeral directors.
She said, "It is so horrbile to think
that my sweet daughter should be
buried by a Negro." What will hei
"sweet daughter" do if she should
happen to get into heaven and finds the
hosts of black angels around the throne
of Him who created man in his own
image and is no inspector of persons?'
To the Editor of the APPEAL.
Sir,Having recently become a
reader of your paper, and as I look foi
it eagerly|and read the news of the great
Northwest with so much in'erest I
think, at least, some of your readers
would enjoy reading a letter from this
section of the country. The spiritual
condition of the people here is as good
as that of other sections, I think. Tht
M. E. minister in charge of the circuit,
Rev. Borrows, has three churches,
two of tbem at points of six and foui
teen miles from the parsonage, conse
quently we are onlv blessed with his
presence and a sermon onco in two
Financial}', the people are on a par,
generally speaking, with the Afro
Ainercan race in other sections of the
country. Although here as elsewhere,
low wages being the prevailing evil,
many of the men working through the
long days of summer, for fifty cents a
day and some for less, with no work in
the winter season at all, it is a mystery
to me how they manage to exist, and
support their families, yet they do, and
most of them own their own homes,
some of them small and poor, but
others have nice comfortable houss,
and a few own small farms. There are
a few men who are worth several thous
and dollars. The greater part of the
county lies on the beautiful Chesapeake
Bay, or on the small bays, livers or
creeks which are tributary to it and the
industrious followers of the water are
thus enable to make good Ihing wages,
fihhingand oystenng and thus have a
decided advantage over the agricul
I will not be lenghty fearing that this
may be consigned to that much dieaded
place, the waste basket, if it should
escape such a fate, you will hear from
me again concerning the social and in
tellectual condition of these people.
B. E. A.
A JB. church Eote.s.
Rev. J. M. Henderson leturned Sat
urday from Chicago, suffering from a
severe cold. Easter Sunday was duly
observed. St. James churrh was hand
somely decorated. The altar was beauti
fied with about 50 pots of blooming
plants, the air redolent with their frag
rance. From each chandelier hung
cages of birds, the stands on either side
of the pnlpit weie ladened with flowers.
Mesdames Boler and Nickens having
presented the 'church with handsome
designs of costly flowers. To much
credit cannot be given Mis. Willian s,
the leader of the choir, for the excel
lent programme rendered. Soloesjy
Miss Bertha lieathcock, Mrs. Clay, aid
Prof. LUCCA, trios, quartets and
choruses. The music was all new aid
Four persons came forward to 10
prayed lor, at conclusion of morning
The Easter exercises of the Sum'ay
school attracted a huge congiegation
The exercises were taken from tie
Missionary Gem, inteipe:el with le
tations and essays. There were lcd
tations by Erauu Poiter, Mable Berry,
Alice Beiry, Blanch Paiker, Cora Jatk
son, Florence Scroggins, Jessie Bow
man solo by Miss Alice Lawrence:
essays by M'?s E Seroggine, Miss
Florence Fiench recetitation by four
girls and four boys address by Mr.
D. Parker. The young people dis
tinguished themselves, indeed did so
well that tho pastor said: "In many
cities, as fast as the young people are
tdacated, they diift away from the
church, and become isolated from the
noblier enterprises of the race, but the
talent displayed here this afternoon
assuies us, that we have diawn to the
church, and enlisted in her suppoit the
piomising young people, jo show
wisdom by your devotion young ladies
and gentlemen, you have been faithful
to the Sunday school and now over 25
of your number are com ei ts. You will
find in the church appreciation and en
couragement for 3*our taleu*s."
The services of Pilgrim Commandary
were excellent. A large audience,
splendid music, and a good time. Toe
commandary presented Rev. Hender
son with $17.00 as a token of their ap
preciation of the sermon delivered by
Mm. The evening services consisted
chiefly of song, large congregation.
collections during the day amounted to
about $70. To-morrow will be a graud
day of song and praise, Died.
Mrs. R. J. Johnson, for fifteen years
a resident of Indianapolis, Ind., t.nd
who in 1886 moved to Newport, Kw
died at the latter place MarcL loth,
was buried March 16th, Re\ Lero
Redd, of Indianapolis officiating. Mrs.
Johnson was converted at the age of 14
and died in the fu'l triumph of faith.
She was loved by all who knew her
Her daughter, Mrs. H. A. Kirtley of
this city, was with her duiing her great
est illness and until hei death. The
deceased leves a husband, mother,
father, daughter, son, three sisters and
otner relatis es to mourn her loss.
Babj Bunting Again.
One of the gieatest liteiary hits of the
season is the stoiy of "Baby Bunting, or
the Alphabet of Love," by Laura Jean
Libbey, which is at present being pub
lished in the columns of The New Yoik
Family Story Paper. The paper con
taining the opening chapters of this
wonderfully popular romance appeared
on the news stands this morning. The
tremendous rush for that number by
the young ladies of the town shows
clearly that the publishers have struck
a bonanza. The Family Story Paper is
for sale by all newsdealers, or will be
sent to any address four months,
postage free, for $1.00. Norman L,
Munro, Publisher, 24 and 26 Vamje
water street, New York.
Tho adjourned meeting of Colored
Republicans, held Friday, March 80th,
is hereby called for next Wednesday
evening, April 11th, at 8 oMock, to
elect officers of a Republican club. The
meeting will be held in Young Men's
Republican Club Rooms, Cor. 5th and
Minnesota. All good Republicans are
invited to be present. IjM fSNSStSil
gf E, WAJHS, chairman.
^Q^T. HUNTON, secretary.
VOL. IllNO. 45, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS & CHICAGO, APRIL 7,J888.
Doings of the Past WecKfa
Parts of the Great Metro
s-i polis of the We*t
A Very Interesting Budget,
The gallant Sir Knights and their
ladies have eagerly looked forward to
Easter Monday, and the grand banquet
by St. George Commandery, at the
Re\ere House. Well, it took place
Monday night in a blaze of glory. The
exercises.of the evening were held in
Cornethian Hall. The floor is very
nice for dancing but rather too far from
the ground, and the stairwaj are very
narrow. After JQU reached the hall ifc
was very nice.* The fofKftvihg program
was carried out:
Song, "Old Mother., Hubbard''
Reading, "The Painter of |evifla"
Miss Fannie Hall.
Song, "Descending Night"Phoenix
Reading, "The Unknown"Mr. J. E
Baiitone Solo, "Th Village Black
Song, "Sweet and Low"Phoenix
Contoi tioniatsRuker Bros.
Then came the grand entry of Sir
Knights of St. George Commandery, K.
T. and ladies of Electa and Talma
Chapters, Order of the Eastern Star.
After parading the hall the cominan
deiy gave an exhibition diill. 'Jht
grand march to the dinning parlors of
the Revere House began, and a long
march it was down, down, down. The
dinning room was finally reached and
an eltgant table loaded with ail the
luxuaries of the season awaited the
guests. Letters were read from Sir
Knights Sam. W. Clark of Cincinnati.
Ihos. Caiy. of Detroit and Chester
S. Gurney, of St. Btrnard Chicago, re
gretting their inability to be present.
After the banquet dancing was indulged
in until 3 a. m.
Sir C. Beau ford SirB. S. Harris
Sir R. E. Moore, Sir H. Graham
Sir T. F. Dyson Sir. J. Brown
Sir L. Smith
Sir R,J. B. Ellington, Emmincnt Com
The ladies present were attired as
Mrs. Mary Allison, brown cloth,
Mis. Samuel Askins, blown cash
Miss Katie Adams, black satin,
Mrs. Ada Anderson, check silk, diab
Mrs. John Brown, black silk velvet,
Miss Lizzie Brown, blaclf siik, red
and black trimmings.
Mrs. Lou Bell, blaek siik.
Mra. Noi man Booher, old rose moire
siik, natuial floweis.
Miss Lauia Baker, blue satin, puff
sleaves, oriental lace oveidiess.
Mrs. Hattie Barbour, black silk.
Queen Anne collar, passementrie, nat
Mrs. Medoia Biadfoid, blue cash
Miss Fannie Champ, red plush suit.
Mrs. L. W. Cummins, dove satin,
oiiental lace overdress.
Mrs. M.E.Davenport, brown cloth,
Queen Anne collar, white lace front,
train, natural floweis.
Mrs. Lydia Devenger, black Bilk,
Mrs. Liilie Dickson, plum cashmere,
Mrs. Dorsey, black silk, passementrie,
Mrs. Eveiett, black silk.
Mts. Thomas E. Flnn black silk.
Mis? Liilie Fletcher, tan cloth, red
s.ilk trimmirgs, natural flowers.
iii&s Fraaier, plaid bilk, navy blue
Mifes Annie Fletcher, dove cloth,
bottle green velvet tiimmings.
Mrs. Ida Grayson, green velvet.
Miss Theresa Gray, gray cloth, green
Mis. Green, black silk passementrie.
Mrt Clmiles Holmes, dregs of wine,
brotade silk, passementrie.
Mrs. Benjamin Harris, black silk.
MPJS Miune Holland, navy blue cloth,
Miss Fannie Hall, cream nun's veil
Miss Ollie Jameison. stripped velvet,
lace oveidress, natural floweis.
Mrs. Geo. Johnson, blue cloth natural,
Miss Jacobs, navy blue plush, white
Miss Gertie Jackson, tan cloth, mar
Mrs. Johnson, cardinal silk, black lace
overdress, natural flowers.
Mrs. E B. Keeble, black lace.natural
flowers. 4* --ri*
Mrs. C. L. Kendrick, black silk, nat
ural flowers, g"^ g^'I'S
Mrs. Agnes Moody, black lace purple
Mrs, A. J. Mcintosh, gray cloth, car
dinal velvet* J&s&zjig&iw
Miss Josie Mason, cadejrnblue^silk,
natural flowers, white kid slippers.
Miss Mollie Marshall, cream albatross,
white lace, natural flow era.
Miss Katie Mitchell, white sv/iss, nat
ural flowers^ i|||
Mrs. John Madison, brocadedlbkck
bilk, red basque, passementrie,
Miss Flora Madison, red cloth,
An Organ a th Interest of the Colored People of the Northwest.
Miss Louise Moore, red cloti g|
Mis. Ollie MarshaJ!, sea fpM green
plush, natural flowers.
Miss Milchel], lavender satin, lace
overdress.'-^.- *X,^. &&?*"*
Miss L. N. Owens, black siik, natural
Miss Mary Parson na^vy'blue sateen.
Miss Previne, black silk, passem
Miss Robinson, black cloth, natural
Miss Maude Ralston, pink albatross,
white Videnciennes lace, natural flowers.
Miss Abbie Robinson, black silk, nat
Mrs. Reed, black cashmere.c
Mrs. Slaughter, black cloth, black
astrachan, natural flowers.
Mis. Spencer, brown silk, passemen
Mis. J. E Smith blue satin, lace
overdress, natural floweis.
Mrs. B. Sharp, blaek silk, natural
Miss Mary Smith, lavender watered
Mrs. Ida Smith, black cashmere.
Mrs. Rebecca Sharp, black silk, passe
Mis. Stella Savoy* black silk, natural
Miss Emma Taylor, cream satin,
"Mrs. John Walker, brown cloth.
Miss Minnie Williams, navy blue sa
Mrs. Logan Webb, candinal moire,
Miss Frankie Woodward, brown silk,
Miss Rosie Williams, tan cloth, maroon
Mts. Lena Williams, bluo 'cashmere,
Mis. Washington, black silk, passe
Among the gentlemen present were:
Messrs. J. C. Buckner, H. Smith, W.
EI. Rogers, W. R. Johnon, G. A. John
pon, II. Scroggins, L.W.Dickerson,Geo.
Noell, N. J. Booher, Hammond, H.
L. Bartholomew, J. E McDowell, Wal
ter Strother, A. Dresden, Joseph D.
Rivers, of Denver, Coio., Logan G.
Webb, Ben Sharp, il.C. Jones, J. Oren
dorfi, Hiram Harrison, of La Poite,
Ind., Lord, E. C. Smith, D. R,
Lawrence, A. Swan, J. W. Moran, R. E.
Newton, W. Matthews, J. W. Eubanks,
L.W. Terrell, Whitney, Geo. Terrell,
F. E Yates, J. B. Bueon, A. Toliiver.
W. A. White, P. Wilson, J. J. De
coursey. C. Saunders, J. Carter, J. M.
Bedford, H. Clark, A. Brodie, A.
Malonc, J. J. Cox, F. B. Coleman, J. S.
H.Lane, W. R. Cowan, N. C. Cowan,
Allen, J. C. Morris, W B. Patton, W.
R. Carson, R. R. Jackson, R. Hard
ing, A. S. Morley, C. II. Scott, J. D.
Cowan, R. Dawson, A. A. Russell, A.
Dennis, R. Anderson, Brown, J.
Jackson, G. L. Field, S. Valentine,
D. Marshall, J. He lrns, G. Bond, L.
Williams, J. Bnscoe, W. Haish,
R. Pi ice, Y.B. Moore, G.Cook.
Sir Knights, Chas. Han is, Geo. Reed,
G. M. Williams, A. Blake, Dyson, J.
Brown, J. Madison, A. Fletcher, H. C.
Beauford, J. Nulter, R. S. Bryan, O.
Johnson, G, H. Bui rowed, J. Andrews,
A. Horn D. C. Dougherty. J. L. Jones,
R. Ellington, N. Brown. J. Pittmau,B.
Canada, G. English, J. Dickson, L. L.
Lacy, R. E Moore, Robt. Elaia.
Learn it in six weeks
Selika, Monday, April 9
Ladies Drill Corps, Api il 16.
Baby shows postponed until after
May 1. "^J^t "i^r $*&$***
Miss Dora "Emerson is vifeitinji friends
in Cincinnati.* *j*^*^ -_
Mr. G. W. Holland took a run to St.
Paul last week, ^-J* X-
Mr. II. C. Carl*
2921 Dearborn St.
You must read the APPEAL to keep up
with the procession.
Miss Jennie Adams, of Pittsburg, was
in the city last week.
The last chance you'll
German is right now.
Rev. T. W. Henderson has removed
to No. 3010 Butter-field St. Bb&$
To be absolutely sure of seeing ALL
the news, you must read the AppEALjgfc
Great reduction in price of tuition in
Adams' German class. See him about
MnH. L. Bartholomew, of Sparta,
III. is in the city, the.guest of Mr. T.
Henderson's orchestra, and some
lecal talejtit will assist at the Seiika
concert, April 9.
The manager of the APPEAL is at the
[Cotittedv mj Fogrth age
gathered From all Parts of This
Great and Glorious Country
and Compiled for our
All Concerning Colored People.
Mrs. Kitty Kennedy died recently in
Cairo, 111., aged 116 yeaTS.
A *'erazy supper" is one of the latest
attractions in Springfield, III.
The Republicans of Topeka have nom
inated G. I. Curry for police judge.
Seven Colored men.will be appointed
on the assessprs, Xoj-cfi in Indianapolis
this year. 2 WiS9
The RepublicaiiSr^^Columbus, Ohio,
have nominated Isaac D. Ro&s for coun
cilman in the ninth ward.
Miss Louise A. Smith, of Washington,
D. C., is wiiting a drama, to be per
fermed by a Sunday fcchool in May.
Mr. A. P. Albert, of Washington/ I).
has been promoted to the chief of
the files at a salary ot 1,400 per ear.'
Mr* Lincoln Nelson, of Spiingileld,
III., has been appointed to a position in
the treasury eepartraent at Washington.
Wiiliom Dorsheimer, editoi of the
New Yoik Star, who died Monday, had
a Colored private secretiny, Isaac
A boy will graduate fiom the high
school at Washington, C. H., Ohio, who
was three and a half ears learning the
The first slave labor in the present
limits of the United States was that em
ployed at the foundation of St. Augus
*ine, in 1565.
%on. John M. Lynch andlloii. James
Elill were elected delegates-at-large
from Mississippi to the National Con
Mrs. Agnes Calloway, aged 75 years,
accidently set fire to her clothes at hei
home in Bessemer, Ala., last week ind
was burned to death.
Mis. F. E W. Harpei addrcseed the
Women's International Council at Wash
ington Tuesday. Subject: "What shall
be done with the neglected iich."
The millionaire Lincolns of Texas,
have purchased atiack of land and
have let the contract for the building of
a large cotton seed oil mill in Houston.
Mrs. Lavinia Bright, of Louisville,
Ivy., aged eighty yeais, committed su
icide by taking morphine last week.
Cause, desertion by hr three children.
Dr. Willium H. McKenley was the
onlv Colored graduate fioin the Loi
Island College Hospital at a recent com
mencement. has located at Brook
lyn, N. Y.
Seven yeais ago Prof. B. T. Washirg
ton, of Tuskegee, Ala., started the Tusk
egee Normal school with SO pupils to
day ho has 405 receiving normal and in
Sergt. W. D. Edwaids, was recently
honorably djpchaiged from the U. S.
Army, after peivice of five 5'ears.
has saved 1,400 with which he will go
into business in Atlanta, Ga.
Prof. R. R. Wright, of Augusta, has
beeu elected as one of the delegates
fiouithelOlh Congresional Destrict, to
the National Republican Convention.
He was also elected ihaiiinan of the
destiict executive committee.
What is supposed to be a Confederate
gold dollor was found in an ash heap in
Atlanta recently by a Colored boy, and
8Did for |30. It is said that only bix
such coins were issued by the Confeder
ate government, and if genuine this spe
cimen would be worth 650.
Col. Donavin, of Delaware, Ohio, the
ex-manager of the original "Tennes
seans" is now a proprietor of Hotel
Donavin and the walls of the reading
rooms are adorned with handsome large
photogiaphs of the different members
of his troupe handsomely framed.
According to a correspondent in the
Cairo Gazette, Gen. John C. Black,
commissioner of pensions has Colored
employes under him as follows: As
sistant chief, $1,S00 5 clerks, $1,400 29
clerks, $1,300 each 19 clerks 1,000each
8 clerks, $900 each 6 clei ks, 840 each
7 clerks, $720 each 2 messen-eis, 5 lab
orers, 2 chair dusters, salaries not stated.
Several yeais ago a Colored girl at
Calhoun, Ga., predicted that the town
of Calhoun would be utterly destroyed
on March 20,18S8. She was only one
day out of the way, the lecent disas
trous cyclone there having occuired
March 21. He prophecy is cor
roborated by a dozen citizens, who dis
tinctly remember the occasion when
she made it.
Three car loads of Colored people
were taken to California last week to
work on the large farms, as farm labor
ers are scarce. They were obtained in
the South, and, should the plan prove
successful, others will be taken, West.
The whites seriously object to the going
of the won and their families and the
agents have'considerable trouble in se
curing them a&^ggg^v
Emancipation is progressing rapidly
in some parts of Brazil. I the piovince
oFSan Paulo the slaves are being set
free at the rate of from 500 to GQ0 a day,
and the legislature has passsd a biil for
bidding the use of tho prisons for the
custody of runaway slaves. Thousands
of runaways have returned to work on
being assured that thay would be piid
wages and not depnved of their liberty.
Important liberations are taking place
in other provinces, but much less num
erous tUaa those of Ssn. Paulo.
Secure that perfect
fit so highly appre
ciated by every well
dressed lady, and is
obtained without in
jury of tight lacing.
Higiissi Grado Corset Ever Intro
Indorsed by the lead
ing dress-makers and
modistes of Paris, Lon
don, and New York.
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Mandel Bros. as. H. Walker & Co.
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MRS. FANNIE BROWN, PROP.
first Glass AecoHioiodaiiens!
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Rooms with board $1.00, 1.25 and
S1.50 per day, Special rates by the
week. Private pallor for ladies. Read
nig and Smoking rooms for gentlemen.
POPE & SMITH.
No. 121 E Lake Street, Chicago.
Suits made to order. Will cut and
mpke garments from cloth furnished.
Gents clothing cleaned, dyed and re
paired. Prices consistent witn fiist
R. S. BRYAN
446 So, State Street, Chicago.
S^* A first class meal including coffee
and a copy of the WKSTBEN APPEAL
20c. Polite and attentive waiters.
Open all night.
John Jones' Lodge No. 7. Regular
communication, first and third Mondays
at 328 Clark street.
L. JONES, W. M.
CIIAS. LANDRE, Sec'y., Ill Harrison.
-Mt. Hebron Lodge No. 29. Regular
communication, first and third Thurs
days at St. George Commandery hall
State and Sixteenth streets.
R. S, BRYAN, W. M.
JOUN HART, sec'y, 179 3rd ave.
Fidelity Court, O, E S., meetB on sec
ond Tuesday of each month at John
Jones' Lodge room 328 Clark street at 2
MRS. ID A DEMPCV, M. A. M.
MRS.JLOYI CURL, Sec'y.
u. B. r. AND s. M. T.
Mt. Hope Temple No. 1, S. M. T.,
meets first and third Mondays at 7
m. at hall 180 Clark Btreet.
MRS. A. POWELL, M. W. P.
MRS. EMUA. NOELL, 2939 state.
I). OP T.
Diamond City No. 72, meets fourth
Tuesday iu each month at St. Georpc
Commandery hair, State and Sixteenth.
T^JVIRS. AGNES MOODY, C.
$$ MRS. SARAH BEARD. Sec. 564 State.
Independent Golden Gate Tabernacle,
meets at hail, ISO Clark street, second
and fourth Tuesday in each month. ^*-r
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Miasi JENNIE OWENS. C. R.
iT WSL.L CURE.
Rheumatism, in 2 to CO davs
Cholcia 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 davs
Croup, 2 to 4 hours
Pleuiisy, 2 to id.v\s
Sore Throat, 1 to2diys
Neuralgia, 1 to 2 davs
Catarrh in the head.l wk to 3 months
Toothache, 5 minutes
Earache, 5 mh.ur.es
Nervous Headache, 15 minutes
Sick Headache, 5 minutes
Piles, 3 to 5 days
Swellings, 1 to days
"Kidney Troubles, Skin Disease. Cuts,
Weak Bladdor, Wounds, Biuises,
Burns, Still Coids, &c.
DR. J. B. BOBBINS,
Residence, 1471 State St.
Office hours, 8 to 11.C0 A. M. 6 to 8 P. M.
Eight ounce bottle $1.00
Three ounce'. bottle .50
Blood tonic, for blood, liver "and
bowels and for all female complaints,
Anyone troubled with headache, will
be cured in a few minutes free of
charge, at my office.
Mail order3 receive prompt attention.
For sale by W. DALE, Clark and
Madison Sts. CLARK BROS, 511 Stato St.
Jonx DIETZ, 2842 Butterfield St. JOUN
BEOWX, 332 S. Clark St. and R. S. BSYAN
44G State St.
Prof. J. M. Wolridge,
No. 1309 ST\TE ST. CHICAGO.
General Dealer I
Inventor and Sole Manufacturer
Of The Famous
SLACK DIA&3G&B STROP.
The Best Strop Made.
Orders by mail promptly attended to.
CAN NOW BE SEE AT
148 STATE STREET,
Where the manufacturers have opened
up new rooms and will
Price and Quality of Goods
That cannot be equaled anywhere lathe city,
BE FOR SPRING.
Fashonable Tailoring at Moderate
We open this season with a larger line
than ever of
DOMESTIC & EXPORTED
Cassinieres, Cloths, Serges,
Worsteds, Flannels, &c,
FINEST ASSORTMENT OF
Scotch and Irish ^Twee d^
Business Suits to orde^
Trousers Spring Overcoats
,-i I N THE COUNTRY.
SI. East Third Street, St. Paul.