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WEEKS RECORP IN MINNESO
-j TA'S CAPITAL. TV,
sntly City and Saintly City Yolks-
Wewar Items C Social, BeUflou and
tfeueral Matters Amon* th People, BoV
Register today or you pannot vote.
The lidi/s of Pilgrim Bap'U church
will hold their annual fair during
Sadie Cook who/wis accused of rob
bery was tried in the Police court
Thursday and acqu'ttad.
Ttere was a aelich ful ctu'ch social
at the residence of Mns Cora Mae Bell
Thursday evening which was a social
and finatcial eucces?.
TRY THE MEALS AT THE MET-
ROPOLITAN RESTAURANT, 378MIN-
NESOTA STREET AND YOTJ'LL EAT
THERE ALL THE TIME.
The strest comm't'-fe has not finally
Bottled the matter of street signs ye,
wnd so we must remain in ignorance of
the names and stree's a little longcr.
A verv pleasant church social was
given at the residence cf Mra. Charles
Allen last Tuesday night. It was wtll
attended and a reat sum was realized.
Those of our patrons who desire to
fcave matter published must get the
ame In this office not later than
Thursday, otherwise it may be crowd
Cheapest place to buy coal. Best
(hard coal WM per ton Maple wood
$5.60 per cord. All kinds of fuel in large
and small quantities* W. T. Horinell
Rdout 210 over Yerxa's.
Go to Alfred Jordan, "The Tailor,"
late of New York, for Cleaning and Re
pairing. Suits made to order. Perfect
Pit Guaranteed. Ladies' Work Done.
:No. 171 East Seventh street.
There are very few places of amuse
ment and recreation for the young men
In our city but one of the mra popular is
tte Columbia Club No. 332 Robert street
Here my be found at all times Messrs
Burnett and hompBon, the managers,
who know just how to cater to tbe^wants
ot their guests. Here, too, may one meet
the young men of the city who know
kbow to give visitors a gopd time. Call,
^visitors are always welcome. ~\?jx
The- friends of Mr. and MwT J.*'-"B.
J& i" ^"V?" 'i P** lA
TO BE PRESENTED AT
Hennepin Ave., near 7tn, Minneapolis.
Cor. 7th and Wabasha Sts., St. Paul.
Reserved Seats, Gallery,
$1.00, 756, 506. 256.
Secure Reserved Seats at" the METROPOLITAN
MUSIC CO., Minneapolis, or CONOVER MUSIC CO.,
St. Paul. All who secure EXCHANGE TICKETS of Patronesses,
Performers or at Music, Book and Drug- Stores can reserve their seats
ONE DAY IN ADVANCE OF JIEGTJIVAR SALE
Mr. Tames Leger has open*d "The
Little Gem" Shoe Polishing Parlor at
413 Robert etreft. He hss oly first
clafs workmen and those wishing them
'dhined up" will do well to call.
For bithi and to have your tongcr'al
v/oik doDe go to the Peoplfc's Berber
Shop, 368 Minnesota etreet. Pitst clasp
in every respect. Patronage solicUed.
Pettis & Craneurn, proprieto s, C. Wal
Mr. Richard Cousbynaspurchteedthe
'barber stiop-formerly conducted by Mr.
Link Overalls on Minnesota atret bet
ween Fifth aad Sixth streets and will be
pleased to "bW both old. and new
Furnished RoomsK. J. Jdlinspn has
furnithed up the flit of 18 rooms No. 28
W. Third street and is prepared to ac
comodate those desiring rooms either
r-ingle or en?uite at reasonable rates,
XJee "Cream of Oil", for the hair ant*
rea!p.i It promotes the growth and
keeps the scalp in a healthy condition.
Try it, 50 centB per bottle. Call on or
address, Mrs. A. Kirtley 955 Wood-.
bridge Ave:\ St Paul. Minn
Mr. W. A, Hazel, con'emplatesleaving
for New York early in N mber to
lo(k pfter some business ipToppei iors
and it may be po Bible that he will re
main all winter. His family will, how
jever. remain here for the present.
Tima brings around all thing* and
time has brought around the "Eureka''
aaloo once more, with the old pro
prietors Thomas Jefferson and Jon
S.Cunningham charge. Jefferson as
proprietor end Cunningham as manager
at the old stand 3S4 Minnesota street
E. G. ROGERS,
Republican, Candidate for Clerk of Courts.
hrjson under t' leadership of Mei
dames D. E. Bee and Chs. Walker
tendered them a surrrie party fan
Thursday evening at thtir residence on
Surxmt Placs whfch p-oved to baa very
pleasant affair to all parties concerned.
The house wes filled with leoresanta
tivea of our beat soc ety. The paity
brought a lot cf elegant refreshments
which were served. Just before the
serviDg of refeshments Mr. og
James on behalf of the party presented
an elegant cut glf ss berry bowl and a cut
American \mm ot Minnesota.
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY,
NOVEMBER 2d and 3d.
....WEDNESDAY AND TtlURSDAY....
NOVEMBER 9th and 10th-
glass bon bon dish. He made a very
appropriate speech to which Mis. .TohD
son very fittingly responded The even
ing was very deliehtfuliy pissed. jTbe
pec sion of t^e Burpris^ the 15f.h
anniversary of the weddiog dy of Mr.
and Mrs Johnson.
ADVERTISE IN THE APPEAL.
REGISTER TODAY OR YOUCAN
4 i" O. H. VSOSIN, i i^-',
TODAY OR YOU CAN-
Remember that the.dates for Minne
apolis hive been ranged tt Wendesday
and Thurday N yv. 2ad aad 3rd.
Mrs. Philip Hale and Mrs. W. E.
S an'on have uf en added tithe Pianists
and Mr. Chas- Her to the House
The first comp'e'e Tehearsal was held
at Lyceum theatre last night and was a
grand euccQ so say the privilid^ed few
who witness it.
Ave hrge numbar of the active
patronet-ees with their hufcband3 have
acting pati in the drama. S small
bills for rtiiuiBrd.
This will be the most elaborate pro
duc'ioh ever attempted in t^e Twin
Citie?, Just think ot it over 300 per
formtrj iu the cast.
All exchange tickets .r "Cuba" print-
FERDINAND^ BART A.
Candidate for Senate 5th and 6th Wards
ed St. Paal mey be used if desired
in Minneapolis on Niv. 2nd nd 3rd
and ctneis may be bought for St. Paul.
The tickets for "Cub." are going liki
hot cakes The boxes for the Minne
apolis performance have all been sold,
and the audier cea promise to be the
floett from a fashionable and social
andp*nint ever witnes ed in the city.
It will be a lit 'e novel to hear Afro
Amaricvns sirging in German, F/each
and Swedish but that's what tbey will
do. In f*ct Africa, Cub rihioa,
land, EnjrlaD*!, G^rmHiiy, France
Sweden will be rap'es^ote 1.
Republican Candidate for Coanty ^Treaaurer Ramdey County, ("j
j?" r?*i.l v*^^tittjr-
Dr. J. C. Neison, tie republican can
didate for coroner, is of ea rpferred tt as
the "la her of cle paths." S rce the
idea wa* firt-t proposed the doctor hes
been ec ive in its pupport, with the re
sult thpt ever} pereoa who rides a wheel
is now tufportii'g him rrealec ion.
A DRAMA OF FREEDOM PRE-
SENTED BY LOCAL TALENT.
A Great Event to be Given-for the Bene
fit of the American Law Enforcement
League or MinnesotaAll Lovers of Jus
ce and Equal Rights Should Attend.
Tin* largest enterprise yet undertaken
by our citizens iis tine performance of
a drama of freedom, called "Cuba," to
be giiven in Miinaneapollsanid Sf. Pau i,
by itthie talenlt of the two cities, on the
nigfrt^ of Nov. 2 and 3, and 9 and 10,
The honorary patronesses are white
ladis of the ihighiest social stata'ding.
The active patronesses aire well
knowfn represen/taitive Alro-Aimerlcain
ladies of the Twin cities.
Tihe 'beneficiaJry' is the American
league, am orgaaiization" devoted
principles of justice and equity to our
race, and to *he uplifting of the Afro
Anjiericah 'in all possible waye.
Tbe dramia is unique aind pioturesciue
in its setting, aind' is interspersed "wiith
solo and dhorus music of the highest
The tailemt arnkwiig usi is a revelation
to ourselves, as it is hoped it will be
to others. In a generial way, we have
known it lall along but in a special
way it is most inspir'tng to know and
feel thait we cam mot only sing and act,
but can do so with art and grace.
We prophesy that this- production will
be the moiat 'brilliant event that has
ever occurred in St. Patil-anid Minne
apolis. Its success will'be on^ naore
proof that wse are widening the borders
of legitimate effort, and have included
the stage and concert among our ser
We appenid 'tihe names of honorary
aind active paltromesseis, and call the
attention of the public to its duty to
support the enterprise with enthusiasm,'
and give it Godspeed.
MRS. THOMAS LOWRY.
E. O. KRAHMER,
Candidate for Register of Ded
DR. I. C. NELSON,
Candidate for Coioqer
fc. W BAZIMJE.
Candidate For Probate Judge.
Honorary Executive Committee:
MRS. GEO. H. CHRISTIAN,
404 South. 8th Street.
MRS. H. F. BROWN,
MRSi SV A. .PUNSMOOR,
MRS. M. 3 KOON.
Mrs. C. A. Pillsbury, Mrs. H. H. Kimball,
Mrs* T. S
Mrs. W. E. Haskell,
Mrs. F., 3 Daniels,
Mrs. H. M. Carpenter, Mrs
Mrs. Cyrus. Northrop,
Mrs. Wm.. Bassett,
Mrs. S. A. Harris,
Mrs. R. G. Fitzgerald,
Mrs. Robert F. Jones, Mrs,
Mrs. E. B. Ziev, Mrs,
Mrs. F. L. Greenleaf,
Mrs. C. G. Goodrich,
Mrs. Robert Pratt,
Mrs. W. Donalds^,
Mrs. W. F. Bigetow,
Mrs. Frank Larabee,
Mrs. Charlotte O.
Mrs. T. B. Walker,
Mrs. E. H. Molton,
Mrs. S. T. McKnight, Mrs. F,
Mrs. E. G. Walton, Mrs. J,S.
Ida E. SHarw
M. A. Dorsett,'
Geo. F. Hunt,
Frank B. Daniel,
Mrs. J. F. Calderwood,
Mrs. H P. Watson,
Mrs. C. S. Brackett,
Miss W. E. Yerxa,
Mrs. W. W. Eastman.,
Mrs. John DeLaittre,
Mrs. C. M. Martin,
Mrs. W. M. Pa,rtens,
Mrs. Judson W. Lee, Mrs. D. C. Belli
Mrs. S. T. Farrington, Mrs. Geo. H. Rush,
Mrs. A. Z. Lrsvenng, Mrs. R. B. Langdon,
Mrs. Aug. McLeod, Mrs. W. A. Bovey,
Mrs. J. H. Steele, Mrs. R. D. Russell,
Mrs. H. Browne, Mrs. T. B. Janney,
Mrs. Ef elyn Waters, Mrs. F. B. Semple,
Mrs. Geo. R. Newell.
Jasper Gibbs, Mrs. Pointer,
W. R. Morris, Mrs." C. C. Falls,
Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mr?. Mrs. Mrs-,
Mrs. Mrs. Mrs.
J. F. Wheaton
W. M. Smith,
R. J. Coleman,
W. C. Colter,
R. C. Marshall,
Mrs. C. W. Lee.
Mrs. Geo. Burnett,
Mrs. J. C. Reid,
Miss Sadie Williams,
Mrs. Albert Moss,
MTS., Frank Preston,
Mrs. C. M. Turner,
Mrs. Joel Cage,
Mrs. R. T. Grey,
Miss M. Freeman,
Mrs. J. H. Robinson,
MTS. Robert Waters,
Mrs.. A. G. Plummer,
Mrs. Geo. Brady,
F. A. Thompson,
T. W. Elliot,
W. A. Bruce,
W. S. Brooks,
Mrs. W. T. Grey,5-
MTS. Jones, iS
Miss E. Freeman^-
Mrs. "Jas. Roberts,
Mrs. J. W. Gould,
Mrs. H. Robeirts,?^"
Mrs. Chas. King,
Mrs. H.C. Richardson, Mrs.
Mrs. G. W. Nelson, Mra.
Mr. Geo. liillard, Mrs.
Mrs. W. W. Tucker, Mrs.
Mts. Geo. Hoage, Mrs.
Mrs. Joseph Amos, Mrs.
In ammsD ox saooiro y^Mi
.rgt 1 jwty.g:*f .,*&*. -j^jftwwu-'
REGISTER TODAY OR YOU CAN
If yo^u have not registered do so today
or you cannot ta. Todfy is tt.e laBt
It hasbaen fi.ured cuc.
HON. J. FRANK WHEATON
Candidate for District Judge
nuttioe in some good lick-? for the O.
P. He is in comtait demand esa speak
er both in and out of the city, and he
ikes ome rousing go ep eche i to.
^The cfflci Of the clerk of the cout
has been to well conducted under E J. G.
R^g^rsthat his renomination for the
office was unaoimbue no one was ever
ccnsidei ed as a pors ble candidate. Mr.
Rogers is making his Cimpa'ga on his
record whlchvouight to e'e^t him. Then,
too, he is a wheel hoise when it cime8
to campagni^g, and isai fine a ep?ki
as the Statefcffords."He wiluadyabttd
ly be elected.
The Republicans have placed bffore
the voters, O. -H Arosin,' than wbom
there is not in Str, Pul a man'with a bet:
ter reputation for bei Diompjb and
exact in busint s% and In fret of tint
peculiar diepost ion that mi kes a success-
Whobasthediatirctionof being thefinestAfro-American orator in the state, and the first to re-
ceive the nomination for the Minnesota legislature, has put anew feather in his cap by the mas-
terly defense resulting in the acquittal last Saturday of John Goodbar In his trial for shooting awd
killing Will Lyles, in Micneapolis. a fewweeks ago. Wheaton has been kept busy ever since
accepting the congratulates of Lis rleo*s. It i oaid be completely hypnotized thejury by his
supretae eloquence, logic and analysts o^She testimony in the caBe. His election to the legislature-
is assured Everybody who can wll vote
that the Re-
publicans will have a majority ot 21 in
the next Couprcss.
The total namberVWtered in St.
'Paul up .to Tufsday nisrht was 16160.
There have been giin9 in the Republi
Coroner Nelson filled hia offioe so
i weR that the Republicans hive renomi
nated him and the people wi' bout re
juard to party are going to elect him.
Mr E G. Krahmor the present R|giF
ter of Deeds is a cindida for reelection
and he de^rves to be eltc ed if any man
on tb t'ck does. He has couducced
hia cfiico in an admirable manner.
"ActhgGiv.''E. P. Wa-le has been
fultreasiier. In many communities sueh
men ere fomad and not allowed to tbere
afer retire from the pst. Mr. Arosim
should have the tuppoit of evt-ry man
who believe* in gold government and
shou'd receive the vote of every real
freni of Anton Miesen.
If there is one Ramsey County candi
date, wlo mote than another, should
receive thefull and hearty support of
Republicans generally and Afro-Ameri
cats particularly that one is George H.
GEORGE H. IRISH,
Republican'Candidate fcrSter.'ff Eamtcy County.
0 22 and 24 East Seventh Street.
Irish the Republican candidate for
sheriff. He was in the office under
Sheriff Chapel who was thefirstto ap894.
point an Afro-American deputy in the
peisonofR. E. Anderson who served
with credit to himself and the clars of
citizens he represented. Mr. Irish will
follow the precedent set by Sheriff
ChapelElect Mm, and there wi'l be
another Afro-Americm deputy sheriff.
OR YOU CAN-
.tils $"-* T,
OOINOS IN AND'gABOOT THb
GREAT "FLOUR CITY."
Matters socnL Hellytoos and Ctaem
Which Have Happenedand are to Happen
Among- the People of the City on the
Fallv Mrs. Ann'e Greenup iaconvalesicg.
REGISTER TODAY OR YOU CAN
Rev. W. S. Brocks removed tD 2205
Ninth a/enae sou h,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Scott re now
living at 2207 Ninth avenue south.
THB APPSAL is on sale at 200 Washing
tori Ave. So., DeLeo's barber iho.
The ddic ti'on of St. Peter's A. M. E.
church.at 3 p. ,Sunday, Oc'oberSl.
Rehearsals for "Cuba" meet every
Tuesday and Friday evening of ecn
Bishop B. W. Arne'.t is looked to lec
ture 11 St. Pst9i'd new A. M, E. church
Mr. Z. J. Johnson and Wi'liam S^olt
have returned home afcer a twj weeks'
sojobrn in North Dekora.
Hotel Brighton 423 Second Ave. So. is
where individual dinners are served to
you for 25 cents these war times.
St. Peter's A. M. E. church ha* row
its finishing touch* s, and looks very in
viting. Gome out to the ded cation.
jn't fail to register faday if you have
not registered, and don't fail to vote for
Hon. J. Frank "Wheaton on election dry.
Mr. George Carlhle and Mrs. Belle
Perry depatted for Milwaukee, Wis.,
and is reported to be married, and may
reiurn to Minneapolis to live.
The Dewey Restaurant, at 107 First
avenue south with Mrs. J. C. Clark and
Sam Alexander proprietors shoul'i be a
decided winner. They serve all home
You want anew one. You want the best
One. A good one costs no more than many of
the worthless kind.
Have a reputation that is world
wide. You know of it yourself.
A JEWEl/Base-burner, Self
feeding heater for
Your old stove taken in ex
change if you wish.
$ 5 down and $5.00 a month
will buy any stove in the house.
ANYTHING IN HOUSEFURNISHINGS
sold on our Improved Credit
Plan, which means a little cash
and lots of time to pay for the
DR. R. S. BROWN, Physician and Sur
geon. Office, 210 Dayton Block. T^ephone
Office hours: 8 30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.
2:00 to 4:30 and 7:00 to 8:30 p. m. Residence,
2S39 Portland avenue telephone 317-L.
Those who desire to contribute items
ot interesting news for this column, will
please send or leave the same at the
Minneapolis office No. 817 Guaranty
Loan Building, not later than Thursday
each week. P. P. Hale, manager.
E. W. Stone, chairman O. D. Graham
master of ceremonies and Charles Hines,
Finance Committee, join* in tender,
thanks to those who rendered any aid
in the testimonial to R. D. Wave last
Monday. The sum of $22.90 was raised.
A staff of six Sir Kniajbts from Henne
pin company No. 1, Knights of Pyihias
ot Minnesota, will cscait Brigadfer* Gen.
eral W. R, Morris in the Pythian repre
sentation at the dedication of the new
St. Peter's A. M. E. church, on Tweoty
eecond street, between Ninth and Tenth,
avenues south, on Sunday afttrnoan at
3 o'clock. The taatimocial of Mr. R. Ware, fit
.Vogilli'e hall, Lst Monday nLht was, in
a way, Fuccessful, but owing to other
meeting* throughout the city and the
rainy evening, the attendance was not
very Jarg, but everyone appreciated
the programme. Mr. Ware will, as
stated, prepare for the ministry various
fchoolsa:e open to, and eome better ad
vantages than others.
"The Twilight Club" will give a grrnd
ball and wk} walk at HarmoniafcaH,nn
Tbuisiay, November 4, 1898. Messrs.
William Herrington, George Tvler and
S. G. West will pare no paino in mak
ing thia the crownina event tf their
eerie? cf ecterf inmer.ts. Trey pay
come early and stay lata but ctber
commit eemen desire you to come e3riy
and early, asprovis'oas will be made for
their St. Paul friends The danca will
go merrily on until broad-day light. Can
you afford to miss i Admission 50c.
Who bB not seen how much women
bully women? What torture have men
to endure, compared to those daily re
peated shafts of seorn and cruelty
with wnich poor women are riddled by
fee tyrants of their sex.Thackeray.
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