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VOL. IV.-NO. 2.
Doings of the Past Week in all
Parts of the Great Metro
polis of the West.
The APPEAL'S News Budget,
The pheinonenal success of the
WESTERN APPEAL in Chicago and else-
where, is making some of our contem
poraries feel sick. The APPEAL is the
people's paper. It is in sympathy with
the masses and not the organ of any
particular class or clique. The APPKAL
is an impartial newspaper, and the
people say it is the best ever published
in Chicago. The APPEAL has the largest
circulation of any Colored newspaper in
Chicago. Send in your name to the
office, 180 Clark street, room 4 and have
Chicago's leading Colored paper de-
livered promptly every Friday.
Eead the APPEAL.
Madame Nellie Brown Mitchell,
You must read the APPEAL to be well
informed about Chicago affairs.
Mrs.J. E Bowen leaves this week for
Louisville to spend the summer.
The APPEAL has the largest circulation
of any Colored paper in Chicago.
The price of the WESTERN APPEAL is
32 per year, 60c. per three months.
Mrs. A. Thomas, of Atlanta, Ga.,is the
guest of Mrs. N. J. Booher, 394 State
Miss Lulie Johnson, one of New
York's charming daughters, is visiting
Mr. W. L. Davidson, of Nashville,
passed through the city Friday, enroute
Mr. Lloyd G. Wheeler and family
have removed to their new residence
in Hyde Park.
Grand Star Concert, Harwell Hall,
June 14. Admission 50 cents and no
The reception to the Colored delegates
to the convention, will take place June
18 at Battery D.
Mr. Voorhees, coruetist from Provi
dence, R* I., will appear at Grand Star
concert, June 14.
The Ladies Landers' Drill Corps gave
a delightful entertainment at Central
Hall, Monday night.
FOR RENTFurnished room for
gentleman and wife inquire at 3209
Dearborn street, first flat*
If your wall paper is soiled have J.
E. Brown, 2921 Dearborn St., clean it
and you can't tell it from new.
Mrs. M. Thomas, Miss Nannie Smith
and Mr. J. T. Combs, of Danville, Ky.,
are expected in the city next week.
Mr. Wm, Fossett. of Cincinnati will
ariive in the city next week on a visit
to his daughter, Mrs. Geo. W. Hamil
Misses Jennie Nelson and M. E. Cole
man, of Frankfort, passed through the
city a few days since enroute for Minne
Mr. E. Bowen is manager of the
Pittsburg Sample Room, and would be
pleased to see his many friends at 323
Mr. Richard White and Mrs. Vick
were married Friday evening, by Rev.
J. F. Thomas at the residence of the
bride, No. 3031 Butterfield street.
Mrs. Nellie Brown Mitchell is "Wash
ington's Gem," "Baltimore's Favorite,"
"Philadelphia's Idol," New York's
Favoiite Daughter" and "Boston's
Edith Robinson, doughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Robinson, who suffered a
very severe injury to her limb, while
out on the sidewalk, has now entirely
The fourth anniversary of the
Women's Building Association will be
celebrated at Bethesda Monday, June
11. A choice programme will be
The social given by the ladies of St.
Thomas church, at the residence of
Mrs, Ida Dempcy, Monday evening,
was a very enjoyable affair to those who
There will be an entertainment for
benefit of Bethesda Baptist church on
on 26 and 27 of June. I will be man
aged bv Mesdames Willie Sayles and
Tern pa Botts.
What's the use of suffering from
cramps when Bubbin's French Oil will
cure you in five minutes. I is good for
cholera, cholera morbus, colics, diar
rhoea disentry and all summer com
If you wish to keep up with the great
procession of APPEAL readers send your
name and address on a postal card to
C. F. Adams. No. 180 Clark St. room 4,
and the paper will be sent regularly
The Remonde House now makes a
specialty of Sunday dinners which are
served from 1 to 3 m. All the deleca
ciesofthe season are provided, fraits,
ice cream etc. Public patronage soli
cited, Price fifty cents.
Philip Reed, a Colored hostler at R.
Barlow's livery stable, forged a check
a week ago.signing his employers name.
took it to Buckley's saloon and
cashed it. When it was presented at
bank it was declared a forgery. Reed
(cannot be found.
Don't forget tnat Madame Nellie
Brown Mitchell will appear in a grand
concert at Farwell Hall, Thursday
evening, June 14. You have heard
Flora Batson and Selika, and now an
opportunity is given to hear another of
the great Colored artists.
Bethesda choir, it seems, has petered
O'lt. Last Sunday, Mr. Tinsley disap
peared. A Mr.Green stood by the organ
and attempted to lead the congrega
tional singing. Those present say his
efforts were quite amusing. The choir
soprano is still at the dime museum.
The funeral of Davil McGowan, who
died last Thursday, took place Sunday
aftd was largely attended, Mt. Hebron
Lodge of Masons had charge. Mr. Mc
Gowan was one of the best known Col
ored citizens of Chicago, a man of in
dustry and thrift, he accumulated quite
a little fortune.
Dora Ray, a Colored mymph du pave
living on Pacific avenue, was badly cut
by William Sheldon with whom she has
been living. Sheldon was arrested aud
taken to the station. "Y know I
didn't go fur to hurt yu honey," said
he. "Yesyudid Ise'fraid o'yu. Yuse
a desprit character." was Jacked
The first quarterly entertainment of
the Literary Union, of Cook County
high schools, took place Friday evening,
June 1, in the First Methodist church.
Robert Shaw, of the W* Division high
school, and who has the honor of being
first vice president of the Union, deliv
ered a well prepared oration upon the
"National Aid of Education to our
Country," which was received with
hearty applause from the audience.
He bids fair to be one of the Literary
Union's most brilliant stars.
The star of the evening, Mrs. Nellie
Brown Mitchell, who has been the
recipient of much praise on account of
her vocal abilities was certainly no dis
appointment. She has a voice of un
usual flexibility and sweetness, and
showed the best of taste in shading. It
will be interesting to many who heaid
Mrs. Mitchell last evening, to know that
she was a pupil of the late Dr. Chas. A,
Guilmette, who was a favorite baritone
soloist at the musical festivals here.
Worcester Daily Times, May 23.
The closing exercises of theConnec
tional Literary Society, of St. Stephens
A. M. E. church, took place Monday
evening, June 4, at the church. An ad
dress was delivered ny the president,
T. Rolls an essay was read by Miss
Sarah Fields, subject, "To Our Girls,"
a select reading,by Miss Hattie Farmer,
subject, "Advice to Young Men," a dia
logue composed of T. J. Napier and
Miss Florence Hunt, entitled A Scene
From Sea." Refreshments were served
at the close of the literary exercises.
Mr. David McGowan departed this
hie Thursday, May 31, at his late resi
dence, 71 N. Leavett street, at 8.30 a. m.
He was born Jan. 3,1844, in Kentucky.
Age at death 44 years, 4 months and 27
days. He resided in Columbus, O., for
a short time and then went to Wilber
force in search of knowledge remaining
there till the burning of the university
in '65, he left there for Chicago where
he lived up to his death, covering a
period of more than 23 years of which
20 were spent in the employment of a
gentleman by the name of Shenforon.
Bro. McGowan leaves to mourn his loss
a wife, formerly Miss Elizabeth Smith,
a son, five sisters, a brother and an
aged mother. Bro. McGowan was an
honored member of Mt. Hebron Lodge,
his illness was of 5 months duration.
Hill's Grand Star Concert.
The grand star concert for the benefit
of Olivet Church, will take place at Far
well ^Hall, Thursday evening, June 14.
Madame Nellie Brovn Mitchell, the
world's prima donna will appear. She
has sung in every large city of the
United States with great success. The
following is from the Worcester, Mass.,
Daily Telegram of May 23: "The con
cert for the benefit of Zion's church oc
cured at Mechanics Hall last evening,
and it was an artistic success. The
selections rendered by Mrs. Nellie
Brown Mitchell showed a musical talent
and training that has been rarely, if
ever aqualled in this city. Miss EdnaE.
Brown came in for many honors and
gained deserved applause."
Children's Day at Bethesda.
The public is respecfully invited to
attend the exercises of our Sunday
school the third Sunday in June. There
will be solos, concert recitations and
motion songs by fifty "wee tots," com
prising the infant department of
Bethesda S, S., under the management
of Mrs. White. A report of the
school for the first half of the year 1888
will be read by the secretary, and there
will be a "march of the flower girls,"
solos, quartettes, choruses and other ex
ercises by the school. Great pains are
being taken to make this an interesting
and profitable occasion. Don't forget
the date, June 17,1888,
We will also have a jug-breaking social
on Tuesday following, June 19th, at the
church, at which time prizes will be
awarded the holders of the jugs contain
ing the greatest amount of money.
K.J, S. C. WHITE, Supt.
Miss M HAWLBY, Sec.
Where to get the Appeal.
The APPEAL is for sale by Chas. Lan
dre, 111 Harrison street, R. S. Bryan,
446 State street, A Cbinn, 338
Thirtieth sfeet, W. Monroe, 370
Dearborn street, George Purcell 2646
State Rtreet, and at the office, 180 Clark
street, room. 4L
"Colored Jews" and other things
in the Falls Cityv 4
Items plucked here and there.
Rev. A. Barry has been, for many
years, an important factor in the tem
perance movement. worked faith
fully and honestly for the cold water
cause for a consideration of $50 per
month and expenses. Mr. Barry is a
good man, he has been a consistent
chiistian for lo these many years, *In
his youth Bro. Barry became a member
of the good Old Baptist church, and
when he was immersed according to the
Baptist custom he shouted, A Baptist
I was born and a Baptist I will die."
Bro. Barry was, however, a little too
previous in his calculations and it is
probable that he will climb the golden
stairs as a Jew. Bro. Barry has never
been circumcised but he is a Jew for a
that, at least he is so called by many of
his fellow citizens. He might be called
a "Wandering Jew" and he has been
traveling teaching tempeiance doc
trines. About two years ago Bro. Barry
wanted to be pastor of Fifth Avenue
Baptist church but he was uncessful in
the deal and since that time he has
been a little cold toward the Baptist
faith and he is now a full fledged
"Seventh Day Adventi&t" oi a Jew, as
he his commonly called, for the Ad
ventists observe Saturday as their Sab
bath. Bro. Barry has succeeded in con
verting quite a number of Bapists to the
new religion, in fact, so many were
taken from Fifth Avenue Baptist church
that some of the leaders in Israel be
came alarmed and Bro. Barry and Mrs.
Barry were called before the tribunal of
the church (he still retains membership
in the Baptist church) Bro. Barry was
charged with hammenngon the Sabbath
day and Mrs. Barry was asked to show
cause why she used Sunday for washing
and ironing Rev. Barry's shirts and
socks, Bro. B. defended his own case
and so eloquent was he that many of
the council of wise men were almost
persuaded to be Jews. Bro. Wm. Gib
sou was fully convincad and became an
Adventist. Bro. Barry now has about
fifty followers. Sabbath school is held
every Saluiday from house to house,
and efforts are being made to laise
money to build a tabernacle.
Subscribe for the WESTERN APPEAL.
A big excursion came in fiom Indian
appohs Sunday, to attend the U. B.
picnic on Monday.
Miss Mamie Nolds, a young and
beautiful lady of Lexington, is visiting
fneuds in our city.
Miss Lucie Jackson, a teacher at
Fisberville, spent last Saturday and Sun
day at her home on Mary sheet.
-Miss Emma Alexander and others
went to West Point fishing Saturday,
a.nd came back with Fisheiman's luck.
he "Washer-Woman's Gig" 4-11-44
came out Wednesday and a few poor
souls were made happyfor a few
The APPEAL with Louisville column, is
for sale every Saturday, by Henry Nor
ton, 926 W. Walnut street, and N. L.
Neal, 509, W. Green street.
Every barbershop eating house and
barroom is full of flaming posters telling
the people that this excursion and that
picnic is to be the grandest affair of the
Mr. J. J. C. McKinley, one of our
teachers who is well known in Chicago,
is now living in his own house on Mag
azine street. paid 1,800 cash for it.
That's the way to do it.
Mr. Isham Beasley, a vault cleaner,
while at work Friday night, was suf
focated by the foul gases and fell into
the pit. His body was recovered after
much difficulty though life was extinct.
I regret to begin my first Louisville
notes by mentioning the death of one
of our most estimable ladies Mrs. Belle
Thompson, who died May 30. She was
a useful woman in the community and
will be missed by her many friends.
Miss Floia Batson and her husband,
Mr, J. G. Bergen are still in the city,
the guests of the Misses Henry,Eleventh
street. Miss Batson sang a solo in Fifth
Avenue Baptist church, Sunday. She
has a sweet voice and knows how to
Prof. James R. Cunningham has filed
an action in the chancery court for a
divorce fiom Mis.Hannah Cunningham,
The parties were married in 1872 and
lived together until April, 1887, when
she abandoned him. She nas since
lived apart from him and he asks an
Miss Rachel J. Davis, one of our most
charming youna lady teachers, and her
brother, Mr. Charles Davis, who is a
clerk in a wholesale drug store in Cin
cinnati, are jointly building a $7,000
house on West Broadway. Mr Davis
is only twenty-lour, and Miss Davis is
not yet twenty, but they have both
saved their earnings and are now put
ting them to a commendable use.
The years that have elapsed since the
close of the civil war have served to
obliterate all sectional feeling, and a
united and prosperous nation joins in
keeping green the graves of all its be
loved dead. I is in this spirit that the
publisher of the New York Family
Story Paper has had written a thrilling
and pathetic romance, peculiarly appro
priate tp this nationa| holiday, entitled
ST. PAULfMINNEAPOLIS -CHICAGO JUNE 9, 1888.
"Faithful Leonore or^His Grave Kept
Green." I the same paper willAlso feev
found a weekly instalment of the "Jife
and Adventures as a, Showman of JK T.
Barnum," written ^$y himself, and
equally interesting to the young folks as
well as heads of families* These are rare
literary treats, and these? of our readers
who are not already enjoying them will
do well to obtain No. 766 of the New
York Family Story Paper of their news
dealer or send direct to the Publisher,
Munro's Publishing House, Nos. 24 and
26-Vandewater street, New York, and
receive the paper four* months for one
dollar, postage free. $.*#
Gathered Froni all Parts of This
Great and Gorious Country
and Compiled for our,
All Concerning Colored People.
Mr. Abngr Webb is one of the leading
building contractors of Columbus, Ga.
Miss Emma Pearce has been appointed
to a position in the ^public library of
Hon. W. A. Pledger, at Athens, Ga.,
has announced himself as a candidate
for the legislature.
Andrew Jackson,an aged and wealthy
Colored man, committed suicide at Cen
tralia, 111., Friday.
Messrs J. W. Jones and A. Boyd, of
Alabama,were elected delegates at large
to the Chicago convention.
Thomas Town, of Ga., has been mar
ried six times and has forty living
President Cleveland recently gave
$100 for the benefit of the Colored
Orphans Home to be erected at Lynch
Henry Williams, the Colored janitor
in the Kansas City Custom House, shot
his wife last Sunday killing her
Mr. Nero Koonce, aged 108 years, is
living in Henry County, Alabama. He
has been married nine times and is the
father of 117 children.
Dr. Wesley Robbius, of Indianapolis,
has been elected a delegate to the
National Association of the Eclectic
Medical fraternity, which meets at
Detroit, June 5.
Peter Jackson, the heavy eight
champion of Australia, is in San
Francisco, Cal., enroute to England to
fight Jem Smith for $10,000, and if suc
cessful, then for the world's champion
The other day three Colored men at
Charleston, S. captured a monster
soft-shell tuitle which weighed 305
pounds. Its head was- several sizes
larger than an ordinary man's, and its
muuth was enormous.
For twenty-three yeais in succession
Isaac Richmond, a North Carolina Col
ored man, has won the prize in his
neighborhood as the most skilful curer
of the tobacco leaf. He has just dis
posed of his last year's crop at 38 cents
a pound, which is at the rate of $200 per
acre. This successful Colored planter
owns an excellent plantation.
A short time ago a Colored man claim
ing to be a Spaniard settled in Herd
County, Ga. His assumed name was
Melvin Monvido, as lie had money he
was all right and in a short time had
wooed'and won Miss Bertie Mason, a
nineteen yoar old daughter of one of
the richest farmers in the neighbor
hood. On the night when the wedding
was to occur aud just as the ceremony
was about to be performed the father
received a dispatch reading as follows
"Stop marriage. Monvidio is a mulatto
whose real name is Peter Dolan. He is
an escaped forger of vile character.
Airest him." The father sprang at the
throat of Monvidio crying: "You black
nigger fiend, I'll kill you." Monvidio
jumped through a window and escaped
and has not been heard from since.
The Southern Recorder's last issue gives
short sketches of some of the Colored
men of Atlanta, Ga., who are well-to-do
the list compsises Dr. R. D. Badger, $10-
500 Bishop M. Turner, $5,000 Jacob
McKinley, merchant, 8,000 F.
Crumley, merchant, $3,000r Elder W. J.
Gaines, $4,000 R. J. Henry, porter,
$2,000 Tom Grant, collector, $2,700 I.
P. Moper, grocer,$4,774 David Howard,
undertaker, $3,000 C. C. Wimbush, bar
ber, $8,000, C. McHenry, grocer, $3,000
Short, carpenter, $1,650 James Tate,
planter and broker^ $15,000, R. M. King,
grocer, $10,000 W. Murphy, merchant,
$4,000 Jack Ryan, saloon, $3,500 M.
Rivers, blacksmith, $3,500 Blackstur &
Wimbley, coal dealers, $2,000 A. Ham
ilton, carpenter, $3,500 Rev. R. A. Hall,
$3,000. C. C. Carter, grocer, $3,000
Eskridge, $10,000 Geo. Graham, $3,000
A. J. Deldridge, shoemaker, $3,000.
These are the amounts uppnt which
these gentlemen pay taxes.*w
The general interest that has been
taken in the opening of the Montana
Indian Reservations is shown by the
large numbers of people who have al
ready gone to Great Fails to investigate
the mineral and agricultural resources
of that wonderful country. The low ex
cursion rate announced by C. H. War
ren, Gen. Pass. Agent of the St. Paul,
Minneapolis & Manitoba Railway,
makes the expense of exploring this
country merely nominal, and will un
doubtedly result in a still larger number
Bobbins' Great. French Oil.
TRY IT. I IT DOES NOT PROVE SATIS
FACTORY RETURN THE BOTTLE AND THE
MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED.
IT WILL CURE.
Rheumatism, in 2 to 60 days
Cholera and Cholera Morbus 1 to 3
Colics and Cramps, 5 minutes
Diarrhoea 2 hours
Chronic Diarrhoea, 1 to 5 days -1*^
Dysentery, 2 hours
Coughs and Colds, 2 to 3 days
Croup, 2 to 4 hours
Pleurisy, 2 to 4 days
Sore Throat, 1 to 2 diys
Neuralgia, 1 to 2 days
Catarrh 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
Swellings, lto 3 days
Kidney Troubles, Skin Disease, Cuts
Weak Bladder, Wounds, Bruises,
Burns, Stiff Cords, &c.
DR. J. B. BUBBINS,
Residence, 1471 State St.
Office hours, 8 to 11:30 A. M. 6 to 8 P.
Eight ounce bottle $1.
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 orders receive prompt attention.
For sale by W. DALE, Clark and
Madison Sts. CLARK BROS, 511 State St.
JOHN DIETZ, 2842 Butterfield St. JOHN
BROWN, 332 S. Clark St. and R. S. BRYAN
446 State St.
217 Dearborn St.
We are miners of You
and Brazil Block Coal.
Prof. J. M. Wolridge,
No. 1309 SrATE ST. CHICAGO.
General Dealer I
Inventor and Sole Manufacturer
Of The Famous
BLACK DIAMOND STROP.
The Best Strop Made.
Orders by mail promptly attended to.
326 STATE ST.
CHEAPEST PLACE IN CHICAGO.
B^T'First class work guaranteed.
THE TAILOR MAKES THE MAN!
Fashonable Tailoring at Moderate
We open this season with a larger line
than ever of
DOMESTIC & IMPORTED
CASSIMERS, CLOTHS, SERGES,
WORSTEDS, FLANNELS, &C.
Scotch and Irish-: Tweed Suitings
I N THE COUNTRY.
Business Suits to order $20.00
Trousers 5 00
Spring Overcoats 20.00
21 EAST THIRD STREET, ST. PAUL ,MINN.
Cigars & Tobacco
NEWSPAPERS AND STATIONERY,
III East Harrison Street.
HB WESTERN APPEAL ON SALH.
Will be "Open House" at
the Wanamaker New Store,
State and Adams-sts. The
new quarters are just what
we needed, bright, cheerful
ior example. They are dis-
tinguished both ways: in
telligent workmanship on
them, whether they're got
up with custom-tailor ele
gance, or to endure rough-
ing-it in daily work. We
have both, and the cream
of this season's designs.
The tale of Spring Over-
sacks is like the above lux
urious with silk-linings and
silk-facings, or only a plain
Oversack made worthy by
correct style and fit.
thing of the finest and lat-
est for Men and Boys.
Shirts, Undeiwear and Fan-
HATSThe very newest
styles and plenty of them
SHOESAn abundance of
all sizes for Men and Boys.
Wanamaker & Brown.
State and Adams-sts.
J. E, BROWN,
PROPRIETOR OP THE
Wall Paper Gleaning Comp'y,
It is the general impression that when
Wall Paper becomes soiled it cannot be
cleaned, but by a patent process we
guarantee to remove all dii at a very
Making Wall Paper Equal to New
Special Attention given to
KALSOMING ANO WHITEWASHING.
Leave ordeis at
2I29 Dearborn St. 2030 Wabash Ave.
T&e FnU Worth of
Their Money toy
Safely and Quickly
Indianapolis Cincinnati- 1? Louisville
Evdry conceivable thing under the sun can
be bought at: "The Pair" and at prices low-
er than anywhere else in Chicago. Clothing,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Underwear, Furnish-
ing Goods, Dry^ Goods, Furniture, Groceries,
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PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS
ELEGANT PARLOR CARS
ALLTBA1HS RUN THROUGH SOLID
Tickets Sold and Baggage
Checked to Destination.
taTGet Maps and Time Tables If you want to be
more fully Informed all Ticket Agents at Coupon
Stations have themor address
L. E Sessions, Trav. Pass. Agent.
Box 581 Minneapolis, Minn.
City Ticket Office, No. 73 Clark Street,
CHICAGO, IIOJ. _,
E O. McCormick, General Pass. Agent.
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The only exhibition in the world which
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ening. Michigan-av between Madison
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9eB~ Cable Oars to Panorama Place'
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Secure that perfect
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Highest Grade Corset Ever intro-
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ing dress-makers and
modistes of Paris, Lion
don, and New York.
FOR SALE BY
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Mandel Bros. as. H. Walker & Co.
J. W. Tuohy &. Co. Siegel, Cooper &. Co.
Stored and insured against all
loss by moths, theft or fire. Ke
pairs and alterations during
summer at lower prices than is
possible during winter. New
Seal Garments to order. Twen
ty per cent saved.
J. T. Shayne & Co.
Eeliable Furriers, 193 State-st.
$5 a pair, manufactured
for us by the cele
BURT & PACKARD,
BURT & MEARS.
84 MADISON STREET.
POPE & SMITH.
N o. 121 23. L.ake Street, Chicago.
Suits made to oiJer. Will cut and
make garments from tiotb. furnished.
Gents clothing cleaned, dyed and re
paired. Prices consistent with first
3 23 Clark Street, CHICAGO.
MRS. FANNIE BROWN, PROP.
First Glass Accommodations!
Rooms 50c, 75c and 1.00 per day.
Rooms with board $1.00, 1.25 and
$1.50 per day. Special rates by the
week. Private parlor for ladies, Read
ing and Smoking rooms for gentlemen.
R. S. BRYAN
446 So* State Street, Chicago.
A first class meal including coffee
and & copy of the WBSTERN AFPZAL
20c. Polite and attentive waiters.
Opeaall night. 1^gafcSS%^-