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We have won a glorious victory, 9
But the House they're trying to steal.
?Their efforts will be as fruitless.
AK XXI effort to head the APPEA L. 6
VOL. IV: NO. 25.
te1iiK8 of the Past Week in all
Parts of the Great Metro
polis of the West.
*Se AF*JgLAX.3 Vews Badget.
Mies Kilt*. D. Davis, of Cincinnati is in
Mrs. J. H. Jenkins has jist returned
from a visit to Canada
Miss Henrietta Smith of Danville is
visiiiiif (rifiids .11 Chicago.
Mr. Lotus Moore bus removed to St.
Paul to reside permanently.
Mrs. Taylor, 2733 Dearborn, who has
been quite ill lias recovered.
You must read the AppuAito be well
informed about Chicago atlairs.
Howaid Jameison, of Orlando spent
the week in Chicago visiting iriends.
Lookout for an entertainment to be
given bv the Colored Waiters Union.
Mrs. J. A. Church, 2'0 Butterfield St.
is convalescent alter two weeks illness.
Furnished rooms for gentlemen only,
at Mrs. ri. Gant's, 2lJiO aud 113 State
Mr. II. D. Lucas of Toronto, Con.,
spent JI:W da\i3 of this week in the
Misa Julia Bush, of Detroit is the
jjuest of Mi s. D. E Mason, 5t Arbor
Good furnished rooms fur ladles an
gentlemen at Mrs. Annie Williams, 537
Miss Lulu French a ter a visit of three
months at Beloit, Wis., has returned to
All musical instruments are taught at
Daymon & Swores' Academy of Music,
600 .State St.
Messrs. James King, of Louisville and
Bloodgood of Butlalo are registered
at the Remunde.
A few applications of Salvation Oil will
instantly relieve stiffness iu the neck or
joints. 25 cents.
A delightiui social took place at Mrs.
Ada Anderson's.2910 Butterfkld street,
A war song concert was given by John
Brown Pout. No. 50, G. A. R. at Central
Hall, Ihursday night.
Mrs. Emma Carter, of Springfield, has
been visiUng her sister Mrs. Mattie
White ot Atihtin Ave.
Mrs. Scott, 219 Third Ave., says that
Bubbins Great Oil cured her son Willie
of catarrh in the head.
Don't forget tnat McDowell and
Owens play Oilielio Monday night at
Freiberg's Opera Houe.
Desirable furnished rooms for rent to
single gentlemen or man and wife by
J. J. Hill, 458 30th street.
The uuing nuptials of Miss Lydia
Davcnger and Mr. George English will
be celebrated this month.
Good furnished rooms for ladies and
gentlemen at Mrs. Walker's 550 Wabash
avenue. King lower bell.
Messrs. Pope and Smith, 121 Lake Sf.
will clean and repair your clothing and
make it as good as new. Give them a
If you fail to receive your paper regu
larly, report at office or send postal to
C. F. Adams, 325 Dearborn St., rooms
18, 14, 15.
If you want a good menl well cooked
and tit a low price, eat at the Estella
440 State street. Dick Bryan will treat
FOU SALEBarber shop of three
chairs doing good business is for sale at
the low price of $225. Address 117 S
Mr. C. F. Adams, spent the week in
Louisville. He may be found at the
Chicago office on and after next Mon
day November 10.
The dramatic event of the season will
be "Othello" which will be produced
Monday night at Freiberg's by the
Get your flour, feed, coal and wood
from W. Harrisen & Son, 2103 State
street. They are Colored gentlemen
and deserve your patronage.
Mrs. B. Williams, 2704 Dearborn street
says that Bubbins Great French Oil
cured her of catarrh in the head and
rheumatism. It also cured her mother.
It's a fine boy that causes Mr. Anthony
Mitchell to smile so broadly every time
any one goes in the shop. It's three
weeks old but he hasn't recovered yet.
Mrs. J. E. Wright, of 3220 Butterfield
sheet and her two bright little babies,
James G. and Florence L. left the city
last week for a month's visit to Denver
and Colorado Springs.
Etta May Crawford aged 14 died at her
residence 819 Austin Ave., Saturday
Nov. 10. Funeral occurred Monday
Nov. 12, at 2 p. m. from St. Stephens
A. M. E. Church. Services were con
ducted by Rev. T. \V, Henderson.
Interment at Waldneim.
A great dermatic event will occur
Monday evening Nov. 19 when Messrs.
J. E McDowell and John E. Owens
will appear in Shakespeare great tragedy
Othello, the former as lago and the
latter as Othello. Miss Addie Starks
will assume the roll of Desdemona and
Miss Lotta Brown will take the charac
ter of Emilia.
Mrs. M. C. Smith, 2810 Butterfield
etreot left last week for Kansas City.
After a two weeks visit she will go to
Los Angeles, Cal., to reside permanent
FOB RENTFive large rooms with
all conveniences and modern improve
ments at a very reasonable price. For
information apply at Mrs. A. Owens' 51
SITUATION WANTED-By a com
petent dressmaker in a sewing parlor.
Will guarantee to cut and fit perfectly.
Address Miss F. L. Starks, 2116 Butter
field street, Chicago, 111.
FOR RENTSix room house No. 458
Maple St. Englewood. All modern im
provements, short distance from cars.
Inquire No. 730 Euglewood, Ave.,
Englewood or tiGom 31, 169 E Washing
ton St. City.
Mr. Charles Stewart and Miss Eliza
beth Butler were married, Thursday
evening at the residence of Mrs. Chloe
Bates, 6243 School street in the presence
ot a few friends Rev. J. F. Thomas
LIFE IN A GREAT CITY,
Some of the Doings Wise and
Otherwise of the Colored
Peopl. of the
City by the Lake.
SHOT THE WRONG MAN.
Harry Wiley, alias ''Race Horse
Harry," while in the hou se of Daisy
Daisy, at 2.J2 Fourth avenue, Monday
evening, became involved in a quarrel.
He attempted to escape lrom the house,
and the woman drew a revolver and
fired at him. The ball missed him but
struck a passer-by. David trust, of 78
Bunker street. The ball entered the
right shoulder, producing a serious
wound. The woman was locked up at
A big lump of coal carried byaColored
boy was the evidence offered in Justice
Lyon's court Tuesday morning against
Harry Wiley, alias "Race Horse Harry."
Daisy Didsy, it was found was justified
in shooting at him, because it was in
self defense that she did it. David
Cms who was hit in the shoulder by a
bullet from Daisy's revolver, was in
court but did not show a vindictive
spirit. Harry was fined $26 and held
to the Criminal court for malicious mis
chief in bonds of $j5'o0 Daisy was dis
A DESPERATE FELLOW.
Robert. McClnsky, a Colored nr-m-in
the employ of Mrs. Edgar, who runs a
saloon at No. 126 Van Buren street, got
into a difficulty with another Colored
man. Mrs. Eogar went for an officer
When she and blue-coat arrived a man
named C. H. Hammer was lying on the
fi or insensi' le wi: ha gash over the eye,
a the two Colored men were fighting
desperately. They both turned on the
officer, and but for the timely arrival of
officer Pat Walsh would piobablyvhave
been killed. McClusky was booked on
fa've separate charges, including one of
assault with intent to kill. Hammer
was badly hurt. He had attempted to
t-eparate the men and was knocked
down with a bil.iard cue. Tuesd-iy he
was fined 125 by Justice White and
held to the criminal court in 700 bonds
for assault with intent to kill.
SHOT AT AN OFFICER.
J. C. Leonard, a special officer for tbe
Chicago City railway company, owes his
life to the bad markmanship of J. H.
Ransom, a health officer, who tried to
shoot him about 10 o'clock this morning,
in the engine house Twenty-fitst and
Ransom also carries on a retail coal
business, and employs boys to deliver
the coal in wheelnarrows. One of the
boys passed the engine house this
morning with a barrow that, Leonard
says, had the company's brand on.
Several had been stolen lately, and he
made bold to take it from the boy. Mr.
Ransom came and demanded the
vehicle. Mr. Leonard would not give
it up, and a row ensued in the office.
Leonard told Ransom to stop using
profane language or he would eject him
Kansom defied him and was put out.
Then he drew a revolver and cried to
tbe crowd that had gathered: "Stand
back while I riddle that blue coat."
Tbe bullets flew wide of their mark and
Officer Flynn arrested both parties.
Among many other necessary things
which our young ladies would do well
to learn is respect for the aged. I am
often forced to note their remissness in
this respect and my attention was
again called to this sad lack by the con
duct of some of whom from their posi
tion in church anA Sunday school one
would expect better. At a recent busi
ness meeting Mdfnday evening the roll
was called for the purpose of obtaining
the addresses of the members. Finally
the name of nn old lady about 80 years
old was called, who, on being asked to
tell her address replied that she had
forgotten it. This reply seemed to
strike these young misses as being "just
too funny for anything," and they
The vote for representatives in the
third district, according to the final
figures was as follows:
Ector., Colored (Rep.) 9,418
Brokoski, (Rep.) 8.912
Buckley, (Dem.) 8,703
Bryan, Colored, (Labor) 1,527
Dunn, (Labor)V 249
The first three^Were elected,
Crimea and Criminalities of Col
ored Citizens of the Country
KILLED IN A CORN CRIW
Nashvilhjf Tenn., Nov. 15Last eve
ning Rufus Peyton, a farmer living
about five miles from Columbia, sent his
son, Bailey Peyton, and a Colored man
named Willis Ingram to gather some
corn. The boys quarreled, and Bailey
struck the Colored man with a piece of
plank just over the eye. Ingram died
in a ew hours from the effects of the
COLORED DEMOCKAT ASSACLTE1).
Flemingsburg, Ky., November 13.
Two weeks ago Rev. J. Allen Ross,
Colored, made a Democratic speech here,
and while on his way from the depot
was struck on the head with a rock and
seriously injured. This afternoon Den
nis Madden, Colored, was given $25 and
ten days in jail for the act, the proof
showing him to be the coward who
struck the speaker.
SHOT AND KILLLED HIS VICT M.
Charleston, W. Va., Nov. 15At Coal
Valley Dick Thomas, Colored, shot and
killed Nora Hill, Colored, whom he had
deceived. The girl who was soon to
become a mother, asked Thomas to
make arrangements to pay a doctor,
and in reply he shot her five times,
killing her instantly. Thomas was ar
rested in this city and taken back to the
scene of the mrrder. It is believed be
will be lynched.
KILLED HIS SON-IN-LAW.
Elkton, Md., Nov. 13.Samuel Young,
Colored, aged sixty-five, on Saturday at
White Banks, some twenty miles from
here, shot and killed his son-in-law,
George Warren, Colored, aged twenty
five. Warren had been drinking, and
on returning home quarreled about a
dog with his father-in-law, who is a
cripple. Warren choked him and left.
The old man seeing him at the door,
raised an old army musket and fired.
STABBED HIM TO THE HEART.
Leavenworth, Kan., Nov. 13Leon
Moor, a Colored miner, was found dead
on the street before daylight this morn
ing with a knife wound in heart.
He had quarreled with his wife, and
when he went home last night she met
him at the door and stabbed him. He
turned and staggered away from the
premises to find a physician, but fell
dead a short distance from the house.
The woman was arrested ind expressed
contrition for the act.
Great preparation is being made for
Thanksgiving services at Bethel. A full
programme will appear later.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of St. Thomas
church is prepari ng to give an enter
tainment for tbe benefit of the church..
St. Paul's Church is to have
Thanksgiving dinner by the six classes.
Admission and dinner only twenty-five
Rev. W. G. F. Reed preaches every
Sunday at the Christian church which
,'ie has organized at No. 2730State street.
All are invited to attend.
At Bethesda, Thanksgiving Day there
will be preaching at 11 a. m. At 2:30
the praise meeting will occur. Dinner
from 12 to 3. Grand concert at night.
The congregation of Grace Presby
terian Church hold their services ai
3238 State street every Sabbath at 11
a. m. and 7:45 p. m. The Sabbath
school services take place at 12:15 p. m.
The public are cordially invited to at
tend all the exercises. All the service*
are in char ge of Re v. Moses Jackson.
3433 Butterfield street.
Third Annual Ball.
Tke third annual ball of William
Loyd Garrison, Assembly No. 8286,'
Knights of Labor will take place at Cen
tral Hail Thursday evening November
29 (Thank giviug). The grand march
will occur at 10:30. Music by Prof.
Henderson's Orchestra. Admission
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS.
Mrs. N. Jones. W. E. Turner.
Mrs. J. Gilbert. J. H. Gilbert.
Mrs. Jennie Johnson.
Mrs. Eva Emery, Chairman.
J. C. Cranshaw, Secretary.
Geo. W. Rucker, Treasurer.
J. C. Cranshaw, Chief.
Dr. J. B. Bubbins, J. B. Wagoner, Assts.
RECE PTION M MITTE E.
R. S. Bryan.
M.W.Caldwell. G. D. Taylor.
Mrs. Rebecca Davis.
Mrs. Ellen Conner.
Miss Matt'e Woods.
Mrs. Eva Emry.
Mrs. Wm. Buckner.
Miss Allie Gra Walsh 437State stree t,
rear, is in search of information as to the
whereabouts of her father John Walsh,
or mother, Mrs. NeUie Thompson,
or her sister, Ida Thompson or uncles,
Charles, Fred, and John Anderson. She
was born at Columbus, Ohio, and stolen
from her parents at the age of six. Any
information will be gladly received oy
We desire to call especial attention to
the advertisement of the Empire Parlor
Bedstead Co., 381 and 383 W. Madison
ST. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS AND CHICAGO. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 17, 1888.
street. The gentlemen show that they
wish the patronage of the Colored peo
ple by putting a large "ad" in the A P
PEAL the Colored people's paper. They
sell first class goods and at lowest priceB,
so why not give them your trade?
Dramatic Entertainment. I
A dramatic entertainment is to be
given under the auspices of Bethel A.
M."E". Sunday school j,Monday evening,
October 19. The comedietta "My Wife's
Relations" will be presented. It is for
the purpose of replenishing, the library
of the Sunday school. Admission 23
cents, children 15 cen'
Alexander Dorsey, Supt.
L. H. Reynolds, Pastor.
Look nut for i
Talma Chapter No., 12 of Eastern Star
will give a grand" entertainment at Cen
tral Hall Tuesday evening December 11.
It is quite probable that St. George
Commandry will give a fancy drill.
The Budget of News Concerning:
the Colored People .f
the Fals City.
Bring your job printing a\ the Louis
ville office of the APPEAL, 312 W. Jeffer
son St. Good work at reasonable rates.
Ed. Wic ks who assaulted a Colored
man named Bill Mason last week, in
juring him severely was captu.ed last
The mortality report for the month
ending Nov. 3 showed the deaths of 57
Colored people. Last week 11 deaths
Jared Craig who assaulted Mary Jack
son some time in September and has
been eluding the police ever since, was
arrested last Saturday.
Visitors in Louisville cannot find a
better place to get good boa rd than at
Mrs. Matilda Brown's No. 509 West
Peter iMason, a fifteen year-old boy
who escaped from tne City Court about
three weeks ago, just after being con
victed of petit larceny was recaptured
William Strother, the Colored brakes
man who. was injured, last Thursday
night on the O. and S. VV. railroad,
cttetf early"Hofulay moftiing. "XfraUotly
will be shipped to Klizabethtown Mon
day for interment.
George Newman and Bill Smith, both
Colore i, were discussing the result of
the recent election last night in the
alley between Market and Jefferson and
Hancock and Clay, when they drew
i heir ives and went to work, both
being slightly cut.
Bill Stoval, Colored, was arrested last
Monday night. It is alleged by Alex
Owens, a hod-currier, who lives at 1608
West Chestuut street, that Stoval took
aim to a iend's room, on West street
between Walnut and Madison, an beat
him out of $39 in a game of "oontz."
Friday afternoon John Freeling, a
rwelve-year-old Colored boy, living at
East and Linden streets, was held up
md robbed ot thirty cents at Frst and
Market streets by Alfred Wade, Dave
Bossell and Steve Wilson, all Colored
boys under fourteen years of age.
They were arrested Monday and charged
Mary Walker, Colored, who lives on
Preston slreet, near Jofterson, was
walking down Green street, between
Sixth and Seventh with a man, about
12 o'clock Sunday night, when Jordan
Walker saw her and became infuriated
at seeing her in company with any one
except himself. He picked up a large
rock and struck her in the head, inflict
ing a severe wound about two inches
long. Walker then made his escape and
has not yet been captured.
Wiiliam Bailey and Ella Trabue, both
Colored, had a lively cutting affray on
Grayson reet, early Monday morning.
Bailey went to the Trabue's woman's
house on Grayson street, between
Seventh and Eighth, and accused her
of intimacy with another man. The
woman answered by seizing a hatchet
aad slashing at him viciously.
Bailey drew a large knife and returned
to the attack.
Officer Cross arrested the combatants
before serious damage was done. Bailey
had a cut on the arm and shoulder,
while the Trabue woman was cut twice
in the face.
A mass meeting of the Colored Y. M.
C. A. was held at Zion Baptist church
Sunday afternoon. The meeting was
opened by the reading of portio ns of
the Scriptures by different members of
the orpeptfrization, among them being
Kev. W. M. Jamison, President Albert
Mack, General Secretary J., W. W. Bir
ney and Mr. Craighead. The meeting
was addressed by Rev. R. L. Thurman,
an aged ana learned divine, Rev. W.
M. Jamison, Prof. Seed, Prof.
Lawson and Mr. Craighead, of the State
University. A liberal collection was
taken up and handad to one of the
officers of the University, for making re
oairs on the University building. The
University choir furnished some choice
President Mack.prayed very earnestly
that the Lord would open the hearts
and pockets ol tbe people. His prayer
had good effect. Another meeting will
he held on the second Sunday in Decem
Fished From the Ocean of News
in all Parts of the Glo
Hon. J. Evans the Colored candidate
to congress from the 'lhiid Tennessee
district is reported elected.
J. T. Bailey, Esq., editor of the Little
Rock Sun was last week admitted to
practice before the United Ssates Court.
A. S. Bailey, of Seney, Ga., has in
Vented a self coupling car coupler He
is the second i olored man who has in
vented a car coupl. r.
Mr. M. Wesley, a sugar planter of
Jamaica, W.J., is,.reputed -to be worth
Sl.OOO.OOi) .making' him the richest
Colored man in the world.
a pupil in the art'
school of Cincinnati received $75 for the
elegantly carved frame which she had
on exhibition at the Ohio Centennial.
"Does your mother know you're out,"
said a boy to his little brother. "Yes,
she does," was the answer, "for one
bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup has
knocked my cold into a cocked hat,
"Colored Peoples Day" at the Rich
mond Exposition was noted for bringing
out the largest attendance of the Ex
position. There re 30,000 Colored
people on the grounds. Hon. John M.
Langston was orat of the day.
S.J. Hoilinsworth, E^. the Colored
attorney of Pine Bluff, Ark., has recent
ly been 8ucce-sful in having claims al
lowed for some of his white clients
amounting to 15,000 for property de
stroyed by the government during the
Marion Mann, au old citizen of Gi iffin
Ga., was so pestered with bed bugs that
he became insane. His room was lound
in confusion, the old man standing in
the middle, bed slat in hand, threaten
ing to kill any bug that might have the
temerity to show its head.
Amos Marsh, of Orange, N. J., drew
$15,000 in a lottery, and his first step was
to abanpon his old wife and give a
white woman $3,000 to marry him. He
said it was no use to have money unless
he could get into society. A fuol and
his money soon party company.
Echoes From Exchanges on the
We are "hoosiers" and proud of it.
On the 4th of March next a walking
match will start from the rear portal of
the White HousePhiladelphia Trib
The Democratic party will never live
long enough, to remember having an
other occupant in the White House.
Pine Bluff Republican.
The people have taken Mr. Cleveland
at his word. He said four years ago,
th at one Presidential term oug ht to be
enough.Gate City Press.
Where were C. H. J. Taylor's "240,000
Negro votes for Cleveland cast in the
Northern States" last 'luesday? They
did not materialize.Washington Ad
]Sow give us the Blair bill, it is the
surest lemedy for a Solid South. The
Solid South removed, prosperity and
peace, will again reign in the whole
Where is Timothy Thomas Fortune,
Peter H. Clark, Graham Dewell and
Givadam Jones? Cone up "Salt River'
with Grover and his Democratic cohorts.
Good riddance!Cleveland Gazette.
Let the Negro rejoice and be glad at
the return of the Republican party to
power, in which rests his life, his right,
his suffrage, his manhood, is freedom
his liberty and his all.Memphis
Oh, you Democrat public teat suckers!
You had better prepare to tender your
resignation, as Mr. Cleveland has de
cided to resume his law practice in
Buffalo soon, as Mr. West defeated his
plans.Lit le Rock Dispatch.
Our victory further means that the
Democrats will have to roam in the
wilderness another twentv-four years
before they taste of the pleasures of
victory, and if they get a taste bv that
time they will be doing remarkably
well.New Orleans Pelii.an.
A Happy Mar. ied Life.
Rev. and Mrs. A. T. Hall celebrated
the forty-second aniversary of their
marriage Monday at the residence of
their daughter Mrs. G. Summerfield,
Butterfield street. During the day they
informally received a host their
many friends who congratulated them
on their loi and happy married life.
A Republican County.
Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 11.The offi
cial returns in Duval county, to be can
vassed tomorrow, will show a Republi
can majority of 1,285 on the presidential
vote and 813 on the county ticket. The
officers will be half white and half
Resolutions of Respect.
Whereas^Almighty God has seen fit
to remove from our midst Miss Lulu G.
Williams a much beloved and faithful
member of our club and we believe that
Our Heavenly Father does all things for
the best, still we cannot help feeling
that we have lost a true and affectionate
Thereiore Resolved, That we ex
tend our heart felt sympathy to all of
he family in their hour of bereavement
S -uvenir Musical and Literary Club.
The Indian Summer Time. A beauti
ful song and chorus, by Will L. Thomp
son, author of Oathering Shells on the
Sea Shore, Come Where the Lillies
Bloom, etc., etc. It is one of the pretti
est songs ever published any music!
dealer will mail it for 4o cents. Pub
lished by W. L. Thompson & Co.,
East Liverpool, Ohio.
Kife Seeks his Father.
Wanted to know the whereabouts of
Rev. C. M. White. Was last heard
from at Columbus, Ind. He isa minister
of the A. M. E. church. Any informa
tion will be thankfully received by his
sou, R. T. White, 533 State St.
THE SAINTLY CITY.
Nice Entertainment at Pilgrim
Baptist urchT Organize
a SocietyThe Theatres.
Mrs. L. Roach of Fourth street is
Should you need a carriage, telephone
Hermann Bros. 8052.
When you need a plumber, call on W.
J. Freaney, No. 14 VV. 3rd.
For anything in the line ofdeniistr\
go to Dr. Huid 24 E. Third.
For till styles in hair goods go to Mrs.
T. H. Lyles No. 47 East 3rd.
Miss Ella Steward, of Minneapolis*
was i.i the city this week visit.H friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sweed left Tues
day for Colorado to permanently reside.
Mr. Martin Malloy left Friday for
Portland, Oregon to permanently reside
"The 3oston"is the place for all gentle
men to get their clothing. Cor. Robeit
aud Third streets.
Where must I spend this evening?
Go to the "Skidmore Palace" 88 East
5th, and play billiards.
FOR RENTA six-room house No.
439 Superior street. Apply to Mr. I.
Hill, Wo. 20 Court Block.
When you ar hungry go to the "Del
monico" So. 37S jSIinnesota street and
get a first class meal for 25 cents.
Bring your job printing to the Louis
ville office of the APPEAL, 312 W. Jeff'er
on St. Good work at reasonable rates
Mrs. S. H. Ikulley accompanied by
Misses Charily Lanier and Laura Rogers
of Stillwater were in the city this week.
When you wish to have a little dance
call on Prof. Chas. W. Howard No.
374J Minnesota street to furnish the
FOR RENTFor gentlemen only, a
nice, furnished front room with uFe ol
parior. Apply at 147 W. OLh. Mrs. Lew
FOR RENTHouse of five rooms, in
good locality, southeast corner of Norrl*
and Siblev. Apply to T. H. Lyles, No.
20 East 4th St.
Leave your baggage checks with Car
los H. Williams at hi express office
near Union Depot entrance and save
Thebiggsto big times was the big
parade Tuesday evening in which the
Colored people of the city took their
share of interest.
At a meeting of the authorities of Pil
grim Baptist Church held Tuesday eve
ning Rev. L. C. Sheafe was formally
called to the charge.
If you want your baby to look bright
do not put it to sleep with laudanum
when restless, buv use Dr. Bull's Ba by
Syrup. 25 cents a bo tie.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. H. Gray who
have been residents of our city for sev
eral months, left Friday for Pittsburgh,
Pa., to permanently reside.
Bear in mind the grand Thanksgiving
dinner at Pilgrim Baptist church. It
promises to be something extraordin
ary. Everybody ought to go.
FOR RENTFive, large handsomely
furnished rooms for lrom $5.00 to $10X0
per month. Apply to Mrs. Welden
Howard, No. 181 W. Third street.
There will be a grand public installa
tion of officers by the Brotherhood of
Railway Porters at Market Hall next
Tuesday. After the installation a grand
One of the main topics of conversa
tion in society circles is tbe approaching
marriage of Mr. C. Bash and Miss
Cora French which is to take place
about the middle of December.
The Colored Brass Band will give a
grand masqnrade ball Thanksgiving
night at Market Hall for the purpose
of raising funds to pay the balance due
on their instruments. The people who
feel an interest in helping along our in
8titutions should turn out. Let every
body be on band.
MissRosina Yokes and her London
Comedy Company have very success
fully amused the large ciowds that have
greeted them nightly at the Grand
during the past week, and aH who missed
seeing them lost a treat. Their last per
formances are given this afternoon and
tonight. Nest week the Grismer-Davis
combination will appear in "Called
Back" and "Forgiven."
accept the verdict, 6
Aduait thy've the worst of the deal,
.^Thy've no more show to get there now,
30 Than have rivals to beat the APPEA L.
$2.00 PER TEAR.
Grand Concert at St. Petp*s
Accident to Mr. Todd-Odd
The infant child of Mr. C. C. Carter
is qutte ill in Chicago.
The Kxcelsior Club gave a pleasant
dance at Odd Fellows hall last Tuesday
Go to Altman & Co. for your winter
clothing, .31, 33 and 35 Washington.Ave.
Go to Nex-en & Williams' for Ladies*,
Gents' and Children's fine footwear.
No. 327 Nicollet, Ave.
George and Albert Lee have been em
ployed at the big stores of S. E. Olson
& Co. as door tenders.
Remember tbe Odds Fellows Benefit
to be given at Plummer Post Hall Tues
day evening Nov. 20th.
During the excitement of the po itical
campaign we have overlooked a great
deal of interesting news.
Cleveland ran well in England but
fearfully bad in America where votes
(irand thanksgiving dinner at St.
Peters Church and in the evening a
concert by best local talent.
A low rate of advertising will be given
for all entertainments to be given in the
city. See Mitchell for your advertising
Rev. E. Mitchell preached at East
hide'church last Sunday evening and
will preach tomorrow evening at same
For the best 25 cent meals in the city
tro to the Glyndon House No. 219 Third
street South. Mrs. George "WiUiams,
Subs ribers in this city who do not re
ceive their papers have on'y to drop a
card to the manager Z. W. Mitchell,
2i4 Hennepin Ave.
Deservedly popularWe mean Laxa
dor, for everybody has derived much
benefit from its nse. Physicians recom
mend |t. Sold everywhere.
Cold weather is coming! Take time
by the forelock by laying in your coal
and wood now. Go to the Minneapolis
Fuel Co. No. 47 Washington Ave. South.
The most complete clothing house in
the city may be fount! at nos. 31 nd 33
Washington Ave. South, Altman & Co.
Read their "ad" -n 4th page. They are
leaders iu their line.
Among our advertisers is Mr. R. H.
VV. Davis a dealer in wood aud coal.
He is a Colored man and ought to get
the custom ol the Colored people. Call
on him at 254 Fourth Ave. S.
BOUTELL BROTHERS, NOB. 207 Nic
ollet Ave. and 323 Washington Ave. S.,
have tbe largest line of household goods
of any establishment west of Chicago.
Goods sold on installments.
The APPEAL will now solicit all social
and interesting news from any part of
the city or state which will be seut to
224 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis or
room 27 Union Block, St. Paul.
The entertainment given last Monday
evening at the East side rink by Mr. J.
H. Walking proved a success, buth social
and rlnancia'ly. Tbe rink will be opened
every Monday evening for a series of
entertainments, where all are invited.
GENTLEMEN, remember that "The
Crystal" has moved from No. 253 Nicol
let Ave. to No. 213 Nicollet Ave., next
door to S. E. Olson's. "THE CHRYS
TAL" is hea quarters for Hats, Caps.
Canes, Umbrellas, Shirts, Collars, Cuffe^
and Gents' Furnishings of every de
As the result of an election bet, Miss
May Voight, the young lady who has
charge of the news and cijiar stand in.
the Boston Block, and Mr. John W.
Conlow a real estate dealer in the same
block are to be married about Christ
mas. Had Cleveland been elected they
weie to discontinue their friendly re
lations until another presidential elec
On last Tuesday several salooons was
fouud to be open which was strictly for
bidden by law on leection day. The
police started immediately on the mis
oion of closing them, going to one place
nanitly Pa. Cardiff's where they found
a Colored porter, Mr. B. Holmes who
they proceeded to march off to the sta
tion,-leaving the honored Pat to run his
About two weeks ago while Mr. J. C.
Todd was crossing the motor line on 4th
and First Ave. S., his wagon was srruck
by an incoming train, upsetting it and
throwing him out which resulted.in con
siderable damage to himself, wagon and
team. Tbe APPEAL passed along at the
time but regarding the matter a non
serious accident, and regrets to know of
the confinement of Mr. Todd since his
The choir of tbe Sentinary M. E
Church gave a grand concert in the St.
Peters A. M. E. Church on Tuesday eve
ning, Nov. I3th for the beuefitofthe
TrusteeB of the latter a xery fine musi
cal program was rendered in an excel
lent manner. The participant!} graced
the new church in such appropriate
fitness that it made its memb ra wish
from the depths of their hearts for a
band of singers to equal them. A neat
sum of money was netted. Mr. C. C.
Carter is certainly entitled io a large
portion of praise in making thia a sue