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The Doings of a Week In the Metrop
olis of the North Star State.
The Saintly city and Saintly city Folks.
Itema of Social, Religions and Gen
oral Hatters Among the
Miss Cynthia Reed of 302 Carrol street
is quite ill.
Have you paid for the paper you are
Full line Fall hats, all the latest styles
at J. C. BAILIE'S 4 4 Jackson strtet.
THB APPEAL is for sale at the "Little
Ryan Barber shop" corner of 6th and
Fall neckwear, new
shapes, at BAILIE'S
street. See them.
Items of news for Turn APPEAL may be
left at Columbus Waldon's barbershop
Ho. 106 East Fifth street
Try J. C. BAILIE, NO. 404 Jackson
street, when you wish any thing in first
class Gents' Furnishings.
White and colored shirts. Wilson
Bros shirts open front and back, at J. C.
BAILIE'S, 404 Jackson st eet.
DRESS MAKING plain and fancy sewing,
cutting and fitting done by Mrs. Maggie
Morris. 71 W. Seventh street.
A good way to get a start in the world
i* to open an ar-count with the St. Pau'
8avings Bank cor. Fifth and Jackson.
Are you among those wno have noi
paid their subscriptions to THE APPEAL
The office is at 76 East Fifth street- Call
Do you wish to borro rr some money?
Then go to the Minnesota Loan Co., No.
117 E. 4th street in the German Ameri
can Bank Building.
Big line of Fall and Winter underwear
best makes. Collars, cuffs and furnish
ings, canes and umbrellas, at J. BAI
LIE'S, 404 Jackson street.
OPENING SALE of tine shoes at
Peil's 3D East Seventh street. Come
early for a good peiection. Remember
No. 33 Bast Seventh street.
F(,R RENT. The lower floor of 575
Martin street, handsomely furnished,
including use of fine piano. Address
W A Weir 123^ Wet Third street
FOR RENT. The ground floor of 574
Fuller ptrpet. Four rooms newly paper
ed, containing all modern improvements
Apply on premises to Mrs. M. Walker
Young men save your money and buy
a home. The money you waste on ci
gars, liquor, and other frivolities, if
saved, will make you comfortable in old
Lo- out for the grand concert by the
cboir of St. James A. M, E, Church to be
given in one of the Halls of the city on
or about Nov. 17, for the benefit of the
All the members of the Minnesota
Civil Rights Committee are requested to
meet at Room 4 Espy Building on Fifth
street between Robert and Jackson, at
8 o'clock sharp, Tuesday evening
Gentlemen wishing anything done in
the tonsonal line will find S. C. Wal
don's No. 106 E. Fifth street, the place
to be accomodated in first class style.
Baths open on Sundays.
The Savings Bank of St. Paul corner of
Jackson and Fifth streets pays 5 per cent
interest on savings deposits. Deposits
over $1,100,000. JOHN S. PRINCE, Prest.,
EDWARD J. MEIER, Cashier
Anvthing in the line of printing, from
a visiting card to a three-sheet poster,
can be done by THE APPEAL with neat
ness and dispatch, a* low rates. Call at
the office No. 76 East 5th street.
There will DP a parlor social given un
der the ansDices of the Fair Committee,
at the residence of Mrs. Chas. Roberts,
475 Martin street, next Thursday even
ing The public generally is invited.
Mrs. Marshall Palmer, at the Aimer
House. No 56 E 6 street is now fully
prepared to handle the homeless and
hungry public rooms and meals first
class in every particular. Visitors to the
city are requested to call.
St. Peter Claver Mission.Market
street, facing Rice Park. Mass on Sun
days at 10:30 A. M. Sunday School at
3:00 P. M. Explanation of Christian
doctrine and sermon every Sunday
evening at 7:S0 attended from the
Cathedral. Congregational singing.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey B. Houston of
St. Louis, have been the the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Duckett, 418 Ed
muuds street for some time and are
greatly pleased with our city. Mr.
Houston is a prominent mason and is
Captain General of Tuscan Commandery
The Beauty Contest is getting interest
ing as each week adds to the number of
votes. Remember to vote for your
favorite. Go around and get up a club
to purchase votes for some favorite.
Votes already cut out of the papers may
be had at THE APPEAL office tor $3 per
Commencing Monday evening, at the
Metropolitan, Daniel Frobman's Special
Co will present for the first time her
'The Charity Ball." The engagement is
for three nights and Wednesday mati
ne Tomorrow night extra return en
gagement of Rose Coghlan, who will be
seen in "Dorothy's Dilemma."
There are only a few places of busi
ness in St. Paul, owned and operated by
Colored people but these few do not
get the patronage of the Colored people
as they should. Why not spend your
money with Colored people, if you can
possibly find any who can furnish what
you wish. Help one another, ana in so
doing, you help yourself.
The most interesting book bearing up
on the so called "Negro Problem" which
has appeared in the last decade is *'Dr.
H,ugu*t," by Hon. Ignatius Donnelly,
and those who have not read it should
lose no time in doing so. Copies may
be bought of the D. D. Merrill Compa
ny, 127 E. Third Street, or 31 &33 Lowry
Arcade. Paper, 50 cents cloth, $1.00.
jbThe Fair Committee, Mrs. T. E. Frank-
lyn, chairman Miss Mabel Berry, secre
tary gave a parlor social at the residence
of Mrs. C. B. Lazzenberry on Charles
street, Thursday evening, which was
largely attended and was a most enjoya
ble affair. The proceeds from the enter
tainment will be used for purchasing
goods for the Autumn Sale to be held
A Grand Apron Sale and Supper wil!
be given Thursday even nj* November 5
at Pilgrim Baptist church forthe benefit
of the church. Admission 25 cents, in
cl'idiDg supper. This is one ot the usu
al great social events of the church and
is always pleasant. The ladies have a
lot of very beautiful aprons on hand and
the supper will be extra nice. Every
body is invited to come and have a good
The ladies of St. Junes A E
church will bold a grand Autumn Sale,
for the benefit of the cbnr beginning
November 23 and continuing to the 27th
They are making negotiations for an ad
mirable place down town in which to
hold their sale and hope to be able to
give full particulars next week. It is
their intention to make tie occasion
one of rare pleasure and also of much
benefit to the church.
MANUFACTURERS SPECIAL SHOE
SALE AX RETAIL.
Commencing to-day under the man
agement of the Sample Shoe Company
No. 65 Fast Seventh street. A large
stock of first class footwear of all kinds
has ben shipped to this firm to close
out in thirty days. Doa't fail to attend
the opening to-day.
HERE ARE THE WORKERS.
he Republlcau Convention Committee of
The special committee appointed by
the Ramsey county Republicans to select
a committee of fifty to co-operate with a
like committee of Minneapolis Repub
licans in securing the National Repub
lican convention, met Monday afternoon
at G. Ingersoll's office and performed
their duty by naming such a committee.
Among these members are the leading
Republicans of the citymen whose na
mes are well known throughout this state
good, staunch Republicans. The com
mit ee is as follows
Senator I\., Davis, Gov, W. R. Mernam Ex
Gov. W. Marshall, Maj. H. B. Strait, Hod. Mos
es E Clapp, Col. Joseph Bobleter, George Thomp
son, Col. horen Listoe, Gen. John B. Sanborn, Col.
A. R. Kiefer, Capt. W. W. Braden, Frederick Dns
coll, Sr Capt. H. A Castle, C. K. McKenney, Col.
W. Liggett, J. C. Dannahower, H. P. Upham,
Theo. L. Schurnieier, Charles Wallblom, Charles
S. Rogers. Col. J. Ham. Davidson, D. H. Moon,
Col. G. Edwards, W, Fitzgerald, D. M.
Sullivan, M. D. Munn, W, H. H. Johnston, Capt.
Edward Coming, T. R. Palmer, C. L. Sumbardo.
A Is. Prudon, Adams, JF Stevens,
Sherrood, T. D. Merwm D. Reese, E. M.
Kuby, Fred Neuru, G. M. Orr, E. H. Ozinun,
George Lamb, George B. Edgerton, John Cope
land, McGhee, C. Sherman, A. Allness,
Charles Michaud, F. G. Ingersol, H. Stocken
strom, W. O Freaney,
This committee will meet this Saturday
afternoon at 4 o'clock, in room 324 in the
Ecidicott building, for the purpose of
organizing andelectirg officers. It is de
siied that all Ramsey county Republi
cans, who will find it convenient to visit
Washington at tbe time the Republican
national commistee meets, should send
their names to M. W. Fitzgerald, 186 East
Third street. The committee wishes to
select a good, strong delega ion to vibit
the national capital at that time. The
date of the Wasbngton meeting is Nov. 23.
DINNER PAR EXCELLENCE
If with a girl you'd be a sure winner.
Don't take any chances 'ill she's had dinner.
Such a one as was served at Hotel de
Mink last Sunday, and which was parta
ken of by a large number of ladies and
gentlemen from all parts of the city. The
folks are "catching on" to the Hotel de
Mink dinners because they are the best
and cheapest in the city. Folks can get
a better dinner there at less cost than an
inferior one would cost at home. Don't
you believe it? Well, can you get up a
dinner for 25 cents which will equal one
you may select from the lollowiDg, to
Mock Turtle Soup.
Baked Salmon, Trout,
Roast Turkey, Cranberry Sauce.
Roa*t Loin of Beef, Drip Sauce,
Roast Loin ofjPork, Apple Sauce.
A la Vandace of Beef,
Orange Fritters, Brandy Sauce,
Ham Croqnetts, Lobster Salad.
Potatoes a la Creme, Sweet Potatoes,
Cream Zer Ven Prela, Sweet Corn.
Walt For This.
On Thanksgiving Eve, 1891, there will
be given by the Young Lady Cadets
Drill Corps at Odd Fellow's HHll.agrand
drill and execution of military manoeu
vres. The young ladies are being thor
oughly trained tor this occasion by
Messrs. Charley Miller and William
Francis, under the direction of Mr.
Woodson, late of the 25tb TJ S. Infantry.
This entertainment is to enable them to
procure suitable uniforms, and to pur
chase their caps, gun", etc.,loaned them
for the first drill, and to enable them to
effe a permanent organization and fur
nirh entertainment whenever their aid
Donnelly an Girard and their new
company will present tbe great laughing
success ''Natural Gas" in a new meter at
the Grand Opera House beginning next
Sunday evening Nov. 1. Since last year
the piece has been improved in the way
of new business and while, of course,
the original story is adhered to more or
less, the new specialties intioduced. to
gether with the new people, makes t
new piece go with a swing that it bad
not before. Tbe laughter is unceasing
from the time the curtain ascends until
it drops upon the final act, the funny
situations crowding so close upon each
other that the audience baa barely a
breathing spell between laughs.
Our Eloquent and Logical Lawyer
Snatches Victory From Defeat-
St. Paul's Afro-American Lawyer Aft*r
Battle of Several Days With Legal til
ants Is Crowned With, the Laurels
of Success and Victory.
There are times in the career of any
successful lawyer when he must feel
there is little hope for success in certaii
cas committed to hie charge. But af
ter having won a few of snub, cases, he
learng that there is much truth tbe
saving, "while there is life, there is
hope and with "nil desperandum for
his motto, he go^s irward and very fre
quently comes out on top. Such was the
case with Lawyer McGhee, in the case
of the state vs Ida Sfaenk, C. P. Wat
son and Wui. Demars, charged with the
abduction of Grace May E'hs, a prettj i
fourteen year old girl from Minneapolis
and detaining her for an immoral pur
pose. The case was opened last week
and attracted a vast deal of attention
the daily papers being full of it every
day. Toe case was tried in Judge Otis'
court and was only made tbe more not
iceable because of an order of the court
preventing any but the parties to the
suit and their witnesses from beirnr pres
ent at the trial. O last Monday, Law
yer McGhee, attorrify for the defense,
as soon as court was declared open,
moved the dismissal of the case on the
grounds that the state hud not made out
a qaseragamst the defendants. He ar
gued at considerable lei gtb that -thing
had been introduced bv the state to
prove that the girl had been assaulted or
in any wav lrjuied, or that the intention
of tbe dt fendai.ts was wrong or unlaw
ful. The attorney waxed eloquent as
he progressed, and sat down at the
close of an houi's argument only to hear
THE MOTION DENIED.
The examination of witnesses was
then resumed wiih attorney McGhee
contesting every inch of the way. After
the testimony was concluded County At
torney O'Brien addressed the jury,
making an able presentation of the case.
He spoke of the enormity of the attempt
to defile a girl of tender years, and asser
ted that tbe Ftories of the defendants
were enough to establish their guilt be
yond question without considering the
state's testimonv. He then reviewed
the evidence and especially that of the
defendants, and called attention to the
contradictory statements of the defend
ants. Tthe address lasted an hour, and
was stated to be convincing and able.
At 2 M. F. L. McGhee arose to pre
sent the argument for the defendants to
tothejtiry. It was apparent then that
he had a difficult task before him, as it
seemed that not only the sentiment of
those in the court room but of the jury
as well was against him. But nothing
daunted, he soon warmed up to hit
cause. Notwithstending his declaration
to only speak an hour, he poured out bis
illustrations and Phillippics of oratory
for two hours, and grew more eloquent
as he progressed. It was the sentiment
of the county att rney as well as several
attorneys and spectators who heard the
addrtss, that it was a decidedly able
one. soon had the undivided atten
tion of the entire jury, and held it close
ly to the end. His comments on the
evideuce were ingenious. His pathos
broke forth into well rounded periods,
and his logic in apphing illustrations
would docredii to the ablest criminal at
torneys at the bar. In fact, it was the
effort of his life and mo3t admirably was
his work done.
At the close of the argument Judge
Oli9 consume 1 a half hour in his charge
to the jury giving an able exposition of
the law and a review of the main fea
tures of the testimony. The jury re
turned late iu the afternoon with a ver
dict of not guilty. The winning of this
case is a signal triumph for our able at
torney, and entitles bim to much credit
and St. Paul Afro-Americans have good
cause to be proud of their sole repreta
tive at the St. Paul bar. Lawyer Mc
Ghee has been overwhelmed with con
gratulations from his many friends and
All the parties in the case were of the
Anglo-Saxou race which makes the vic
tory of Lawyer McGhee the more strik
T*ilgrrlm Baptist Cburcb.
Annual letter to the members and
friends of Pilgrim Baptist Church.
Three years have paeed
since first we met. Taking into account
the imperfect human nature, which we
all have, we have lived and labored to
gether in comparative harmony, each
one respecting himself, we have respec
ed oi another.
Wto have had such dif
ferences as are common in all well regu
lated families. But truth and justice has
been our aim. The one thing sought has
been to edify the church which is the
Spiritual Temple of God. We have not
used the church or its facilities for selfhh
ends. We haee devoted ourselves to
the church and its work and I equip
ments, this we believe is as the Lord
would save it. In our efforts Christ has
been all and in a'l His cause and king
dom is dearer than all else to our hearts.
We have to thank you the members of
the society equally with
the iu Duviic^jr cvjuaiijr wibu cnurCD I opears oaii xiaae, \ji
I members, for the generous kindness I J-Clark, Salt Lake, Utah,
THE APPEAL A NATIONAL AFRO-AMERICAN NEWSPAPER.
and courtesv which I and -mine have re
ceived at your hands.
Through these brief years I have
ought to render you h.mest service, to
bring you more and more into the spirit
and life of our Lord, to win vou not to
myself but to my Mnster. I have
spoken to vou mv inmost thought, as
one may a'ways do in the presence of
honorable persons, There may have
been some of my teaching, tbatyou have
not been aole to receive yet you will
find it all based upon the "Grand Old
Book No at al. times have vo man
etfed tbe Berean Spirit, that of search
ing the Scripture dailv to see if thse
things are so. Then have jouata ll
times sought to know those that are over
you in the Gospel. We have learned
that the church of the Lord is not yet
perfect, worthiness and worthlessuesH
are strangelv mingled, but it is flie task
of the ang to sep irate the tares from
the wheat and burn them.
I believe that the goo I and true
hearted are in the rity and that
one that is worthy can alwa\sgoto
them ant! be we'c me Then wh stay
to fi^ht the hat when the go id are wait
I have enjo. 1 i r^ai hing to you, yr
have surely been att ntive, and some
have been thoughtful, appreciative, en
couraging and generous. You have ap
peared as though you felt your ed of
teaching, and you and^ know enough
to know that we don't know it all yet,
tb.er.sf re it has bee i baen a plea in to
s'lare with you the little that I have
learned, and to have yon share wiih me
the much that you have learned. Al of
life is a learning and our service to
Chiist IB following.
I have extended the right hand of fel
lowship to ninety-two persons, baptized
forty-one, have stood by the graves of
forty-one, have united in marriage twen
ty couples. Our annual report will show
aur financial work for the year. We
have kept up our interest and turrent
expen and paid $'MX) on our bonded
debt. The Trustee Board has worked
faithfully and well, and but few know
the service they are and have been to
the church. We enter this week upon
our fourth year of service together, no
one knows how long we shall sray
gether. If there be strong confidence.
firm friendship and real moral support
from the membership, and I believe it is
Go Is will for me to remain, I am willing
to go on and do my best share with you
in every way the burdens of life. To
enable me to do this I m'ist have a band
of men and womeu whose hearts God
has touched, then you will follow, will
do and God will bring us" out more than
conqueiers. Let us become better ac
quaint one with the other.
Yours for Strength and Pr gress,
LEWIS C. SUEAFE.
he Jim Crow Ca Mast Go
The Minnesota Civil Rights Committe
is still at work making preparations for
the monster mass meetirgs to be held
in Minneapolis and St. Paul some time
in November, the date of which cannot
now be given. But there can be no
doubt of their success with such eminent
speakers as Archbishop Ireland, Igna-
tius Donnelly and D. A. Straker, to at-
tract an audience. A committee on re-
ception will shortly be selected for the
The address delivered by Rev. D.
Brown at St. James church last Sunday
was most excellent and was listened to
with wrapt attention by tbe large audi
ence At the close of the services the
subscription list was opened and a neat
sum was subscribed.
Among the letters received tbis week
is the following fiom Rev T. Jenifer
pastor of Quinn Chapel A. M. E hurcb
Chicago, who is the first Afro-American
divine to respond, financially, to tbe call:
Chicago, 111., Oct. 26,1891.
W. A. HAZEL, Esq
I send the within amount
as a personal subscription to the fund
for testing the validity of the Tennessee
separate car law, wishing you God
speed. I preached a sermon to my peo
pie upon the matter Sunday night Oct.
25. Sholl some time soon make a cash
effort for the good cause.
Very Truly Yours,
J. T. JENIFER.
Rev. Jenifer has thus shown that the
upbraidings of Judge Tourgee in regard
to the lack of interest in such matters by
the Afro-American pulpit cannot be ap
plied to him for he has both preached
and practiced. Rev. Jenifer has set an
example which should be followed, and
it is hoped will be. This is matter eff ct
ing every Afro-American, men, women
and children, and tbe best way for any
one to show he or she is interested is to
PAY IN some money tor' the cause. Talk
is good but money is better. Who would
be free must himself strike the first
blow. Remember that those WHO wish
to subscribe can do so by sending to, or
calling at THE APPEAL office No. 76 and 78
5th street between Cedar and Minne
sota. There are a number of persons
who have subscribed hut who have not
paid, all such are earnestly requested to
call or send their money to the secretary
at THE APPEAL office
Subscriptions to the und have been
paid in as follows:
THE APPEAL, $100 00
G. M. Berry,
Mrs. Lizzie Thompson,
Wm. S afield,
F. R. Hatter,
100 100 1.C0
Rev. J. T. Jenifer, Chicago,
S. G. Wilson, Salt Lake, Utah,
Salt Lake, TJtab,
lUoord of the Doings in and About
the Great "Flour City."
Matter* Social, Religious and Qanaral
Which Have Happened and are to
appen Among- the Peoptooff
the City on the Fall*.
Do vou borrow I HI APPKAY, or.
on entiHcriKe for an pav for it*
A bakery has b**n opened on the cor
ner of 2l*t and lOtb ave. 8. It is run by
a Colored lady.
St Peter's A. E. church hss a
grand rally tomorrow. A specia' song
service will be rendered at three
The voting lady Cadets of St Paul will
their aplendid ei.tertain-
meMs iii Minneapolis
for the benefit of
Rethpsda Baptist church November 11.
Mr* Watson-d" 507 4th Street Souh,
has been a very great sufferer from an
affection of the Lead but is slowly im
proving. We hope she may soon be
Don't forget Dr. Nelson, 236 and 238,
Washington ai enue South. He has no
equal in all kinds of chronic diseases.
Persons witb,long standing trouble cured
A "Shoe S eUl will be given bv the
ladies of 8 Pe er'a church, next Wed
nesday ev ning The best shoes in the
mniket VMI he sold al ten cents a pair.
Come and see.
The you people of ?t Peters A.
E church II give a most enpyable en
tertainment at tbe c'urch Nov. "-0 h,
for the bin fit of the library. We wish
them gr.-at success.
Remember the Big Brighton Store,
the number is 519 and 521 Washington
avenue S. Prices to suit every class of
people. Great fall stock of all kinds of
woolen goods at bottom prices.
FOR SALEHorses, Carriages, Wa
gons, harness, etc. furniture and se
cond hand-goods of all kinds. Call and
Bee our stock. Lowest prices in the
city. A. Heath, 2002 Second Street N.
St. Peters church is preparing for a
graid financial rally tbe fiist Sunday in
November. Trie musical service will be
held at 3PM on that day when all of
the churches of both cities are invited
to be present.
Don't forget the Big Brighton Store
519 and 521 Washington avenue S. This
store is doing a y$ eat business and offers
to tbe public the very best bargains ob
tained in tbe city. Call and save your
At the gran-i rally at St Prter'n church
R^v. l)r Hingsley will deliver the ad
dress. All are cordially invited. To
morrow evening, Rev. D. A Graram
will deliver his second serm non Spirit
The Musical and Literary En e"'ain-
ment at Bethesda Baptist church was a
grand success last Wedn'sday evening
It was given bv the Young People's
Society of Christian E deavor and
in every respect enj yable.
Boutell Bros., corner Washington ave
nue South and 2nd avenue, is the place
in the city to get bargains in all kinds
of stoves, furniture carpets and crockery.
All goods on easy instalments. These
gentlemen are affable and pleasant to
A Grand Musical and Literary Ente
will be given on Friday, Nov
20, 91 for the benefit of St Peter's A M.
E Sunday School, at tbe church, by the
young men of Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Don't miss it for it will be a grand af
NOTICE:All news, notices and other
matter for THE APPEAL will receive
prompt attention if left at 227 6th street
S. We promise to make the Minneapo
lis department better than ever before.
All communications must be left at 227
6th street S.. W DUSJEE, MANAGE R.
Mr. W. J. Johnson r09
4th street S.,
eeps one of the most cleanly placeu for
the accommodation of the public to be
found in the country and, he deserves
the patronage of tbe whole community.
You cannot get a better 25 cent dinner
anywhere then vou can get there, served
in the best style.
The work is being pu bed on the Betl
esday Baptist meeting house and will be
completed by the first week in Decem
ber. There will be great r-joicing with
Rev. Dunjee and his people. It will be
one of the most tastv churches in the
city and is most heautifu'ly located in
the best ptrt of the ciiy.
Mayor Winston has returned from his
returned f'om along business trip in Vir
ginia. While in the South he talked
politics very freely. They say his seat
selected in tbe National House
at Washington, D. C. So we advise the
O. P. to keep its weather eye de
open or tbe ceming year.
The ball given by the Chicago Club
last Mondav night while nof
attended as on rme occasions, was one
of the most pleasant the Club has given
The affable esident, Lev. Green, wis
on hand and siw to it that all the guests
bad a large time Look out for the nex
ball it will be out of sight.
A farewell surprise was tender, Mifs
Jennie Hilyer last Monday evening a
the residence of the Misses Freeman.
Miss Hilyer left for Lincoln, Nebraska,
Tuesday, where she exnects to spend
he winter. Her many friends wish her
a pleasant srj urn but hope she may
make up her miml to return.
The juvenile Christian Endeivor S
ietv of the Bethesda Baptist church, un
der the care of Mrs. Barnett and Mrs
Walker gave a most successful tea-party,
last Friday evening, at Mrs-.Geo. Bur
nett's, 519-10th avenue Souh. They
raised the magnificent sum of $19.50
The ladies en 1 little folks deBerve greit
Mr J. W. Watson, formerly with C. E
eslie of Chicag who has a world-wide
8 00 reput4tion as a chorus trainer and lea
5 00 der, organized a chorus CIPSS last Mon-
1.00 day vetjing at Bethesda Baptist churrh.
.75 This is a union movement for the bene-
.50 fit of St. Peters A. M. E. church and
THROAT AXD LUXG DISEASES
We employ all the improved methods in tht
treatment of these affections, prominent among
which are OXYGEN. ELECTRICITY and COM
PRESSED AIR, and by these means, combined
with thorough constitutional or blood treatment
we accomplish cures after all other remedies have
failed. We are at liberty to refer to many case
cured by ns Home references: Rev. R. F. Mac
Laren, Pa=tor Central Presbyterian Church Hon
W. W. Braden. State Auditor Hon. R.L. Gorman
President Board Public Works: Hon. S.
Nichols, State Oil Inspector, and many others
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and 2 to 5 p. m., Sundays excepted,
Drs. ROUTH A ROUTH,
22 West Third Street. St. Paul. Minn
Bethepda Baptist church. This chorH'
when trained will give conctrts fjr thf
benefit of the churches. We vnsh to
have two or three hundred voices.
The Ladv Dorcas Society of Bethefida
iptist church will hold th^ir annual
fir in the new church beginning De
cember 14. and continuing two week'.
A and fifr is to be made 1o rai-
$l,0J0 Prizes will be offered for the
best papers on different subjects, for th^
best solos, for the best oil puiuting, for
the best ^edle-work, for the best fancy
work, etc Th*1
HfM aMMiiifliii i ii^iiiansiiiaH8iHaniniaiiiw
YOUNG LAD CADETS-l^r
O ST. I'^.TJXi-
WILL GIVE A PUBLIC DRILL
Cor. of 4th, St. and 8th, Ave. So., Minneapolis.
ladies and gentlemen of
the Twin Cities will be given an opp
tunirv to compete for these prizes Fur
'her pirticulars will be given in the nex1
issue of TUB APPEAL.
Th* Pence Opera House.
That excellent Grand Opera House at
traction, "Michael Strogoff" is a solid
success this week at the Pence and no
more delighted audiences have been
seen anywhere than here. If Mr. Hi
ton ontinues presenting Fuch pplendid
rom 1 an es, the Pnce will have be en
larged pooner than it was intended to
bp. Strogoff" c*n only be peen the
balance oi this week concluding with
nt-xt Sunday'0 matinee.
Sundav next, November Is1
EVENING, OY. 1 J_
Fo Th Benefit ol Bethesda Baptist Church.
There will also be an entertaining Musical and
Literary Programme in which the Cadets
will take part with other first talent of
nTHE T^WIIsJ" CITIES^
N. B. The proceeds of this entertainment are to be applied on the pur-
chase of the pulpit furniture for the new church. It is also hoped that the CA-
DETS who have so kindly volunteered their services will be greeted by a very
ADMISSION, 25 CENTS.
A book that every
Afro-American who is
interested in his race
should read. It is open
ing people's eyes.
Pape 50 cents, Clot $1.00
mail Pape 50c, Clot $1.10.
127 East Third Street,
31 & 33 Lowry Arcade.
on ea*j payments.
the first appearance here of the pre'ty
Rinebart sters and their own Burles
que Co., for the entire week with mati
nees, W. dnenday, Friday and Sunday.
The nehart fen-ily is one of the clev
erest and most eel- brated in Americi.
They are in the front rank of talented
entertainer? their specialties and bur-
leFques are lively, bright, funny and al
ways pleasing and tbey have rurroundf
themselves with a company worthy of
the serious attention of the most critica1.
There are twenty-fu artistsixteen
pretty girlstwelve specialty stars and a
host of shapely ballet girls. The perfoi
mance opens and clopeswith a burlesque
while the olio comes between the two.
Seats are going last for next Sunday
night and the wise man buys them now
for himself and family.
tive and Syn
a \ast amount
matter of un-
told alu to
ican. By Ben
son J. Loosing,.
and .T. K, Up
in three large-
For any further particulars
address W. J. WORK. St. Paul, Minn.
Cor. 6t and St. Peter Sts. St. Paul.
JACOB LITT, Proprietor and Manager.
SUNDAY, NOV. I.
Emperors of Comedy and Fun,
DONNELLY ANO GIRARD
Their Ne Edition of
FROM A NEW METER-
Best Reserved Seats
2 0, 25, 35c
Three Nights and Wednesday Matin
ee Commencing Monday, Nov 2.
A SOCIK I EVENT.
DANIEL FROHMAN'S SPECIAL CO
Presenting for the tirht time here the bet of
the best of the plays by Belasto and De
Mille, authors of The W ife,"1
Ohumley, etc.. etc., etc.,
The Charity Ball
Sale of seats now open.
ynif I For Seven Nights and Usual Matinee*
HUVi It Wednesday. Friday and Sundaj.
OPENING bl'ND \Y NIGHT.
24 REAL ARTInTS 24
2$ flOUR^J OF PURE I UN 2$
GREA SINGERS GREAT DANCERS.
GREAT BALLET. GREAT MARCHES.
-'A GREAT SHOW MY MASTERS."
OPENING SUNDAY NIGHT
Get Seats Now- No Extra Charge-
PENCE POPULAR PRICES
Balance of this week last time, Sunday Matinee
St. Paul,Fire and MarineIns. Go.
-A HOKE COMPAKT-
Commenced Business in 1865.
Cash Assets, $1,870,831.
Net Surplus, 616,217,
C. H. BIGELOW, C. B. GILBERT,