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The following clipping from The Lan
cet of Petersburg shows exactly the dif
ference between Republican and Demo
ciatic administrations in the distribution
of patronage for political affilatnn. I
''Notwithstanding the admitted fact
that the present Democratic common
council of this city are in power by rea
son of the votes of colored men, still
just as ve predicted, the "Colored faith
ful" is left out in the cold. The coun
cil has been engaged in dispensing the
patronage. To the Colored Democrats
they haye given the scavenger, janitor,
keeper of powder magazine and ten
street sweepers. What a contrast be
tween the two parties. The Colored ele
ment held the following places under
the former administration Two city
physicians, one street commissioner,
one keeper center market, keeper hay
scales, keeper central park, keeper
pov der magazine, keeper of city sta
bles, janitor, scavenger, nineteen street
sweepers, eleven cart drivers and a city
gauger, representing in all over fifteen
thousand dollars, $15,000 annually going
into the pockets of Colored men to aid
them in procuring homes and in making
the race substantially strong. Nearly
all of this now goes into the pockets of
white men. What's the matter with
those Negroes now who were controlled
by the seductive promises of the Demo
cratic candidates in the recent canvass'^
They are feeling pretty bad."
The British presB is highly pleased
with the nomination of Cleveland and
Thurinan and very much displeased
with the nomination of Harrison and
Morton. The reason is well understood
by all patriotic Americans. Cleveland
and the Democratic party in advocating
fiee trade would throw open our doors
to the free ingress of British articles of
all kinds, manufactured by British half
paid labor. Ben Harrison and the Re
publican party favor no such policy, and
would exclude British cheap goods from
direct competition with American goods
of like quality, thus giving the home
made American products the prefer
ence, and the American wage workers
Colored men are the greatest enemies
to enterprises controled by Colored
men. Instead of all lending their aid to
build them up, they endeavor to tear
them down by selfish or malicious op
position, or in some other way. St.
Paul is troubled with a few such men,
as well as other cities. What we need
to make ourselves felt, in this or any
other community, is unity. W will
have more to say on this subject if
rumors that are rife are proven to be
Men of merit receive distinction with
out regard to color in other countries
than America. The latest from Paris is
that Alexander Dumas, the famous Col
ored novelist and drarnatist,is to receive
the decoration of Commander of the
Legion of Honor while M. Emile Zolo
the white novelist only receives the
decoration of the knighthood, of the
The Observer hailing from Los Ange
les, Cal., reached our sanctum this week
with the versatile and irrepressible R.
C. 0 Benjaman as editor. The Observ
er to use a slang phrase is a daisy" and
we wish it all the success imaginable.
Benjaman wields a trenchant quill and
the Observer will be heard from and
Of course the Democrats want to buy
ships from the British. They bought
the Alabama and all her guns from the
British and know she was quite effective
in sweeping our merchant marine from
the briny deep.
The Irish Americans will not vote the
Democratic ticket as numerously as
they were wont to do before it showed
its head, as they see now the policy of
the Democratic party is essentially a
The Democrats have a natural liking
forthe British. They remember the
assistance the bloody red coats render
ed them during the rebellion. They
want to show their gratitude.
The British built and British armed
Confederate cruiser "Alabama," is re
sponsible for the decadence of Ameri
The Democrats are already throwing
mud upon the Republican candidates.
Ever since Adam awoke from the
deep slumber and found beautiful Eve
by his side, his sons, at least those who
amount to anything in the world, have
sought out and joined themselves to
help meets. Marriage is said by some
to be a lottery in hich only a few draw
prizes white many draw blanks. On
last Wednesday theie was a little wed
ding in our citv in which both parties
concerned drew prizes. A marriage is
something in which only the two per
sons to be joined should be particularly
interested, but it seems that nothing so
interests all the lest of the world and
the marriage of Mr. Joseph Allen
and Mrs. Lizzie J. Talbert was not an
exception to the rule and for weeks it
has been the all-absorbing topic of con
versation. Excitement ran high as wed
dings are Iare occuirences in this city
and grooms worth 50,000 are not found
every day. Whether it was the inate
curiosity of the ladies to witness a mar
liage, or a spirit of envy, they had filled
the pretty St. James church when the
bridal paity arrived promptly at 8
o'clock. The party was led by Mr.
David Talbert, on whose arm leaned the
fair bride, then followed the groom and
the attendants.Misses Laura Rogers and
Charity Lanier, of Stillwater and Messrs
James Anderson and W. B. Buckner.
They walked up the aisle while the
organ pealed forth the wedding march
undei the skillful manipulation of Miss
Lulu Griswold. Arriving at the altar
Rev. J. M. Henderson in an impressive
manner soon made the twain one. The
new man and wife and the bridal par
ty entered the carriages and were driv
en to the residence of the bride's par
ents on Sibley Street, where a reception
was held until 10.30 when the bride and
groom took their departure for their
residence No. 447 Goodhue which the
gioom has just furnished up elegantly.
The APPEAL man arrived just as the
happy couple were about to depart and
failed to learn the names of all that were
present. The bride wore a dove col
ored moire silk combined with lace and
cream silk crepe V-necked filled with
tulle, full tram and veil and carried a
large bouquet of flowers. Miss Lauia
Rogers wore pink silk and white
inereno. Miss Charity Lanier wore
nuns veiling and lace. All looked just
too lovely foi anything. The groom
ana groomsmen wore the regulation
After congratulations had been ex
tended refreshments were served in the
dining room and the guests departed for
The presents received were as follows:
Cut glass decanter, wine glasses and
tray, Mr. and Mrs. S, S. Harris plush
photograph case, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Smith hand painted fan, Mrs. L. Rob
erson and family silver sugar spoon
and case, Geo. Lewis and sister
plush tidy, Mr. and Mrs, R. C. Howard
plush tidy, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Loomis
silver fruit knives, nut crackers and
picks in case, Mr. and Mrs. J. John
son sets of oxydized silver table, tea
and sugar spoons. Messrs. Henry Smith
and Geo. Harrison lava jug, Mr. and
Mrs. T. Lyles lava jug, Mr. and
Mrs. G. S. Hunton silver card receiyer,
Misses Mamie E. Coleman and Jennie
Nelson set of crocheted tidies, Mrs.
Anna Lee table linen, Mrs. W.
Dover plush ornament, Miss Rosa Hill
lace curtains, Mrs. O. Cu'berson parlor
ornament, Mr. and Mrs. I. Hill set cut
glass ice cream dishes and bowl. Mr.
and Mrs. M. Williams satin parlor
ornament, Misses Saches canary bird
and cage, Mrs. M. Nelson and daughter
toilet bottles and double pin cushions,
Mr. and Mrs. D, Parker set silver
knives, W. T. Johnson set cups and
saucers, Messrs. Gooden and W
Buckner pearl card case,MissE. Buck
towels, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Parker, Sr.
toilet glass, J. W. Westmoreland silyer
pickle stand Mr. and Mrs
yard set engraved water giasses,
Misses Minnie and Bessie Farr tete a
tete set, Mrs. Anna Slate, picture and
frame, Thos. Combs ebony easel, Will.
D. Bloom antique oak center table,
Mr. and Mrs. T. jmbs, Jr. flowers,
Martin family bouquet, A Robinson
table covers, I. Hicks.
Among those who were present be
sides those mentioned above were: Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Hilyard, Mr. aud Mrs.
Allen French, Mesdames S. T. Watkins,
Harry Howard, Lucy Niter, J. H. Jack
son, Bradshaw, of Kansas Citv
Lucy Hadley, of Stillwater Misses
Cora Jackson, Nellie and Lulu Gris
wold, Martie Gray, of Minneapolis
Addie Lewis, of Stillwater Edna Buck,
Messrs. Bruce Bryant, Parker, N
Norris, Higdon, W. Giay, Ralph
Allen, Chas. and Richard Farr, Rey. J.
M. Henderson and J. Q. Adams.
St. Paul. --~**j.
Mrs. S. M. Lewis, of St. Louis, is the
guest of Mrs. W. 'C. Hawkins, 415
Ravaux street. *$
Those wishing~to have agood tfrae
and a day long to be remembered will
be on hand Aug. 1, at the Odd Feliows
MARS Lodge, Odd Fellows, have about
completed their arrangements for a
grand excursion, August 1st, to Lake
FOR SALEOld newspapers. An
one wishing old newspapers can get
the at this office, put up in nice bund
es for only 25 cents per hundred.
THE arrangements for the Odd $ ellow
excursion, will be most complete in
every respect, insuring thereby a grand
good time to all who attend, look out
for their advertisement.
THINK of it' A new suit of under
wear for 50 cents. A night shirt for
50 cents. Lawn ties 10 cents per dozen
and mens furnishing goods of all kinds,
all first class, at corresponding low
prices, at Pannell & Bailie's, No. 412
There will be a grand union picnic
given by the Suuday Schools of fct.
James A, M. E church and Pilgrim
Baptist church on Thursday July 26th
at Four Lakes. Further information
and tickets may be obtained from
Messrs. T.H. Lyles and Charles Martin.
THE State Steam Laundry, 220 West
Seventh street, has the lowest price
list of any laundry in the city. W
make a specialty of collars and cuffs at
24 cents per dozen. First class work
guarranteed Goods called for and
delivered to any part of the city free
with privilege of examination. Drop
us a card for a trial order and mention
this paper. Spicer Bros. Props.
Attention, Garnett Clu b.
There will be a meeting at Lincoln
Club room next Tuesday evening to
prepare for the ratification meeting
Friday July 28. A full attendance is
J. Q. ADAMS, Pres.
L. V. GRAY. Sec.
Odd Fellows Hall, Wabasha street
between 3rd and 4th streets, opposite
Grand Opera House. For societies,
balls, sociables, festivals etc., etc., at
reasonable rates. Inquire of
F. PARKER, Chrm. Committee,
LOOK!-1 AM GOING!
PIG-NIC & EXCURSION,
WEDNESDAY AUG. 1
50 MILES & RETURN $1.00
This picnic is on thet finest grounds in
the West and all lovers of fishing,
boating and dancing should not
miss this days pleasure.
TRAIN LEAVES DEARBORN STATION OYER
C.&E. I, R.R. AT9A.M.SHARP
Watch For The Parade,
and we are sure
you will go.
There will be a game of Base Ball be
tween the Champion Colored Team
of the State of Illinois, the
And A Picked Nine
COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS
W. A. JONES, Chairman,
E. M. Russell, N. Hacklev,
J. R. Van Pelt.
Lee & Perryman.
743 W. Van Buren St., Chicago.
Designers, Lithograph and Wood Engravers
Portraits enlarged in Oil, Crayon, India
Ink and Water Colors. Clothing
and drapery changed as desired.
The Only Copying House In The World
Owned By Colored Men
pHE YELLOW FRONT
282 WEST MADISON-ST.
$5 and 10 down will give you a start
housekeeping furniture, carpets,
parlor goods, stoves and langes and
everything to furnish your house with
balance weekly and monthly payments
J. F. KOON & CO.,
282 AVest Madison-st.
:,2646 STATE ST
THE WESTERN APPEAL ON SALE.1
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 New York.
FOR BALE BY
Marshall Field &.Co. Chas. Gossage &. Co.
Mandel Bros. Jas. H. Walker &. Co.
J. W. Tuohy & Co. Siegel, Cooper &. Co.
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L. E. Sessions, Trav. Pass Agent.
Box 581 Minneapolis, Minn.
City Ticket Office, No. 73 Clark Street,
E. O. McCormick, General Pass. Agent.
323 Clark Street, CHICAGO.
MRS. FANNIE BROWN, PROP.
first Glass Accommodations!
Hooms 50c, 75c and 1.00 per day.
Rooms with board $1.00, $1.25 and
1.50 per day, Special rates by the
week. Pi ivate parlor for ladies. Read
ing and Smoking rooms for gentlemen.
J. E. BROWN,
PROPRIETOR OF THE
Wall Paper Gleaning Qomp'y.
It is the general impression that when
Wall Paper becomes soiled it cannot be
cleaned, but by a patent piocess we
guarantee to remo\e all diit a \ery
Malting Wall Paper Equal to New
Special Attention given to
KALSOMINIHG AND WHITEWASHING.
Leave oiders at
2921 Dearborn St. 2030 Wabash Ave.
pURE GOODS SOLD ONLY
THE GREAT ATLANTIC AND PA
160 STATE ST.
91 N. CLARK ST.
245 W. OTAHT^ONST.
428 MILWAUKEE AV.
240 NORTH AV.
148 22D STREET.
OTRAUSS & PATCH,
279 and 281 W. Madison St.
Special Sale of Chamber Suits, $15.50 UD.
Parlor Suits, $20, S2" and $30 up.
^Bnowden & Beasley,
480 State Street, Chicago.
Fine Brands of Whiskies and Cigars.
f& Billards and Pool.
Every conceivable thing under the sun can
be bought at "The Fair" and at prices low-
er than anywhere else in Chicago. Clothing,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Underwear, Furnish-
ing Goods, Dry Goods, Furniture, Groceries,
Candy, Crockery EVERYTHING.
Adams, State and Dearborn
i.c A LA PERSEPHONE
E. J. Lehman &
To Get Ready For The
Which will leave Chicago, Mon
day, August 13th. Excur
sion tickets good for
POPE & SMITH.
N o. 121 Fi. Lake Street, Chicago.
Suits made to oi 'er. Will cut and
make garments from doth furnished.
Gents clothing cleaned, dyed a.^ re
paired. Prices consistent with first
FENTON W. HARSH
453 State Street, Chicago.
Fine Kentucky Whiskies. Imported
and Domestic Cigars.
If You Have A Cough O Cold,
Get a bottle of Flax
seed Cough Mixture
No. 426 State Street, Corner of Polk,
136 4th Ave. Chicago.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Import
ed Goods a Specialty.
On a hot day there is
nothing more refresh
ing than a pure cooling
drink from the soda
fount, and of all flavors
there is none so health
ful as ZOZONE.
@~AT ALL SODA FOUNTAINS..*
Zozone Manufacturing Go.
85 Van Buren St.
The Famous Battle Between the
MONITOR & MERRIMAC
The only exhibition in the world which
intioduces all the elements of war on
land and sea. Open every day and evl
enins? Mlchigan-av between Madison
and Momoe streets,
SAMPLE ROOM &
N o. 323 Clark Street, Chicago.
CHARLES NELSON, PROP.
Best brands of Wines and Cigars con
stantly on hand.
Open Daily from 8 a m.to 1 1 p.m.
JB" Cable Cars to Panorama Place.
$5 a pair, manufactured
for us by the cele
BURT & PACKARD,
BURT & MEARS.
TRY IT. I IT DOES NOT PROVE SATIS
FACTORY RETURN THE BOTTLE AND THE
Bubbms' Great French Oil,
I WILL CURE.
Rheumatism in 2 to 60 days
Cholera and cholera morbus 1 to 3
Colic and Cramps, 5 minutes.
Diarrhoea, 2 hours.
Chronic Diarrhoea, 1 to 5 days
Dysentery, 2 hours
Coughs and Colds, 2 to 3 days
Croup, 2 to 4 hours
Pleurisy, 2 to 4 days
Sore Throat, 1 to 2 days
Neuralgia, 1 to 2 days"
Catarrh in the head, 1 wk to 3 months
Toothache, 5 minutes
Earache, 5 minutes
Nervous Headache, 15 minutes
Sick Headache, 5 minutes
Piles, 3 to 5 days
Swellings, 1 to 3 days
Kidney Troubles, Skin Diseases, Cuts,
Weak Bladder, Wounds, Bruises,
fttiff Cords, &c.
DR. J. BUBBINS,
Residence, 1471 State St.
Office hours, 8 to 11.30 A. M. 6 to 8 P.
Eight ounce bottle
Three ounce bottle
Blood tonic, for blood, liver and
bowels and for all female complaints,
Anyone troubled with headache, will
be cured in a few minutes fiee 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
BKOWN, 332 S. Clark St. and R. S. BR\
446 State St.
Prof. J. M. Wolridge,
No. 1309 STATE ST. CHICAGO.
General Dealei I
Inventor and Sole Manufactuier
Of The Famous
BLACK DIAMOND STROP.
The Best Strop Made.
Orders by mail promptly attended to.
326 STATE ST.
CHEAPEST PLACE IN CHICAGO.
J8@TFirst class work guaranteed.
R. S. BRYAN
446 So State Street, Chicago.
A first class meal including coffee
and a copy of the WESTERN APPEAL
20c. Polite and attentive waiters.
Open all night.
MINNEAPOLIS and St. LOUIS
AND THE TAHOUf
Albert Lea Route
Two Through Trains Daily
FROM ST. PAUL and MINNSAPOLM
Without change, connecting -with the
fast trains of ali lines for the
EAST AND SOUTHEAST!
The direct and only line running through
cars between Minneapolis and
DES MOINES, IOWA
Via Albrt Lea and Fort Dodge.
Direct Una Watertown, Dakota
Solid Through Trains, 9
MINNEAPOLIS AND ST. LOUIS,
and the principa cities of the Miss
issippi Valle connecting in
Union Depot for all point*
South an 1 Southwest!
Many Hours Saved and the only
Line running Two Trains Daily to Kan
sas City, Leavenworth and Atchison
making connections with the Union Pa
cific and Atchison, Topeka and Sante
Close connections madein Union
'Depot with all trains of the St. Paul,
Minneapolis &Manitoba Nothern Paci
fic St. Paul & Uuluth Railways, from
and to aU poiuts North and Northwest!
Remember the Trains of the Minne
apolis &St. Louis Railway are composed
of Comfortable Day Coaches, Magnifi
cent Pullman Sleeping Cars, Horton Re
dining Chair Cars, and our justly cele
brated Palace Dining Cars!
150 lbs. of Baggage Checked Free,
Fare always as Low as the Lowest! For
Time Tables. Through Tickets, etc.
call upon the nearest Ticket Agent
write to g. F. BOYD,
Gen. Tkt. and Pass. Agt.,MinnoapaJSs
North Star Lodge No. 1. Regular
communication first and third Fridays
at 328 Clark street.
W. L. DAKKOW, W. M.
E CHATMAN, Sec, 410 State st,
Mt. Hebron Lodge No. 29. Regular
communication, first and third Thurs
days at St. George Commaudery hall,
State and Sixteenth streets.
R. S. BEYAN, AV. M.
JOHN B. HART, Sec, 179 3d Ave.
St. Luke's Chapter No. 5, H. R. A. M,
Meets first and third Wednesdays in
each month at St. George Commandery
Hall, cor. 16th and State streets.
M. A. ARNOLD, H. P.
THOMAS RALLS, Rec. 753 "W*. Lake.
Corinthian Commandery No. 1, K. T.
Regular conclave fourth Monday in each
month at their asylum 16th and State.
SIR JOHN G. JONES, E C.
D. W. DEJIPCY, Rec, 3716 Dearborn.
St. George Commandery No. 4, K. T.
Regular conclave, second and fourth
Thursdays in each month at their
asylum, Cor. State and 16th streets.
Visiting Sir Knights in good standing
ROBERT J. B. ELLINGTON, E. C.
J.W.TAYLOR,Recorder,261 La Salle
FidelityC ourt No. 22. Meets second
Tuesday in each mouth at 2 p. M. at 328
MBS. IDA DBMPCY, M. A. M.
MRS. L. CURL, Sec. 103 N. Oakley.
Ebther Court No 2. Meets first Mon
day in each month, at St. George Com
mandery Hall, Sixteenth ana State.
MRS. E. CHATMAN M. A. M,
MRS. E. J. LAWSON, Sec. 2701 State.
Eureka Court No. 11. Heroines of Jei
ioho. Meets second Tuesday in each
month at hall 16th and State.
MRS. H. BUCKNER, M. A. M.
Miss SADIE PKICHARD, Sec. 217 3d av
G. u. o. o. P.
Golden Fleece Lodge No. 1615. Reg
ular meetings, second and fourth Thurs
days at 132 Clark street.
M. M. ROANE, N. G.
F. W. ROLLINS, S Tribune Bldg,
Ezekiel Lodge No. 1905. Meets reg
ularly on second and fourth Tuesdays
and second Thursday for instruction.
A. J, WOODWARD, N. G.
G. R. SCOTT, P. S. 2712 Dearborn st
Mount Moriah Lodge No. 44, House
hold of Ruth. Meets first Tuesday
each month at Freiberg's Hall, 22d. st.
Mrs. Clara Pryor, N. G.
Mis. L. BLLL, W. R. 1709 Dearborn.
Household of Ruth No. 153. Meets
third Tuesday in each month at 133
Mrs. HANN \H BROWN, N G.
Mrs. NELLIE BOUDIN.W.R. 309 Clark.
U. B. V. AND 8. M. T.
Morning Star Lodge No. 14. Meetp
6econd Friday in each month at hall 13*2
JOHN G. JONES, W. M.
B.G. JOHNSON, Sec, 138 20th. street.
Mt. Hope Temple No. 1. S. M. T.
Meets second and fourth Mondays at 7
p. M. at hall corner 16th. and State.
Mrs. F. A. Powell.M. AV. 221 3d.
MRS. EMMA NOELL, ^ec, 2939 State.
Western Gate Temple No. 124 K. of T.
Meets second and fourth Thursdays in
each month at 1086 AV. Lake street.
L. W. BALAY, C. M.
S. W. GILLIS, C. S 150 17th. st.
Jerusalem Tabernacle No. 16. Meets
second and fourth Thursdays at 328
MRS. L. M. SMITH, C.
Miss M. AVILSON, C. R. 857 Madison.
Diamond City No. 72. Meets fourth
Tuesday in each month at St. George
Commandery hall, State and Sixteenth.
MRS. AGAES MOODY C.
MRS. SARAH BEARD Sec.
Western Light Tabernacle, No. 87.
Meets second and fourth AVednesdays
corner of Sixteenth and State streets.
MBS. SUSIE TERRY C. P.
MRS. R. RODNEY C. R. 3035 Indiana.
KNIGHTS OF LABOR.
Wm. Lloyd Garrison (Mixed) Assem
bly, Colored waiters No. 8286, meets ev
ery Friday night at 104 Randolph St.
J. B. BUBBINS, M. W
DAVID BEJL, Sec No. 446 State St.
Daughters of Union No. 1. Meets
second Monday in ea( month at 7 P. M.
at Olivet Baptist Church, Harmon Ct.
MRS. ANN SIMPSON, Pres.
MRS. F. A. POWELL, Sec. 221 3d. ave.
Daughters of Zion No. 1 Meets last
Monday each month at Mrs. M. E.
Douglass' 293 Third ave.
MRS. F. A. FULTON, Pres
Miss A AViLLiAMs,Sec.2927 Butterfiel
Mothers and Daughters of Israel.
Meets first Thursday in each at Quinn
Chapel, Fomth axerfue
MRS. SALLIE ADAMS, Pres.
MRS. SARAH GAM Sec 359 dark.
Pioneer Lodge, No 12.A.F.A meets
the 1st and 3rd Mondays in each month.
Lodge room on Ja kson below Seventh.
All Master Masons in good standing are
invited to attend.
NELSON TAYLOR, W. M.
JAS. AVOODFORK, Sec.
Stevens Lodge, No. 113, A. F. A. M.
meets 1st end 3rd Tuesdays in eack
month at No. 198 AV.3rd street. AH
brother Masons in good standing are
TALBOTT BUSH, W. M.
J. COQUIRE, Sec.
Bethel Chapter, No. 28. R.A.M.,meeta
1st and 3rd Thursdays in each month at
No. 198, W. 3rd street. All Royal Arch
Masons in good standing are always
J, COQUIRE Act. H.
R. C. JEFFERSON Act. Sec.
Pilgrim Commandery, K. T., No. 22,
holds its regular monthly conclave the
2nd and 4th Thursdays in each month,
at their asylum, Stevens Lodge hall. All
Sir Knights in good standing are cor*
J. COQUIRE, E. C.
CHAS. MORGAN, Rec
Mars Lodge, G, U. O. of O. F. No. 2202,
meets every second and fourth Wednes
days, hall No. 317 Wabasha street, be
tween Third and Fourth.
J. B. JOHNSON, N. G.
F. D. PARKER, Sec.
Brotherhood of Railway Porters meeta
1st and 4th Thursday evening at Pioneer
Lodge Room, Jackson, between 6th and
A. W. BRAGG, Master Porter.
D. E B&ASLEY, Secietary.
St. Anthony Lodge, No. 2827. G. U, O.
of O. meets at No. 220 Nicoiett Ave.,
every second and fourth Monday eve
G. E. ANDERSON, N. G.
Z. W. MlTCHBLX, P. S.