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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 13 June 1885

if VOL. 1. *y WESTERN APPEAL Published every Friday, by D. Parker, J. T. Burgett, S E. Hardy. Enteied at St. Paul second class matter. D. PARKER, J. T. BURGETT, E. HARDY, II. S. GREEN, Post-office as EDITORS. BUSINESS MANAGER LOCAL. EDITOR. TERMS. Three Months, .60 Six 100 1 Year, 2.00 Payments for suberiptions must be made in advance Ad\ ertising at reasonable rates. The management will not be responsi ble for the opinion expressed by any of its correspondents. Neither will they publish any matter to satisfy personal griev ances. Anyone recei\ mg their paper with a blue mark, will know their subscription has run out, and will be ^discontinued unless otheiwise ordered. We congratulate the citizens of the state of Illinois, and especially the citi zens of Clucago, upon the passage of the Civil Rights Bill by the Legislature of that state. President Cleveland has appointed Gen. Rosencrans to the place so ably filled by the Hon. B. K. Bruce, register of the treasury, Where were the neg...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 13 June 1885

F i' Published every Friday, by F. D. Parker, J.T. Burgett, S. E.Hardy. Entered at St. Paul Post-office second class matter. F. D. PARKER, J.T. BURGETT, fe. E. HARDY, "Hi. S. GREEN, ztm We suefit HitwiB people. i IEMTORS. BUSINESS MANAGER LQCAII EDITOR. TERMS. "i-i Three Months, 2* .GO Six .\\x'iA'. 1.00 "v 1 Year, 2.0 0 Payments for subcriptions must be made in advance. Advertising at reasonable rates. a The management will not be responsi bio for the opinion expressed by any of its correspondents. Neither will they publish any matter to satisfy personal I 'T"grievances. tyf. Anyone receiving their paper with a ','*fra^ mar wi know their subscription t*Mg has run out, and will be ^discontinued &il" unless otherwise ordered. 0 ^HSWe congratulate the citizens "-^j| Civil Rights Bill by the Legislature of that state z=s* off the Chicago, upon the passage the 3% statseoof Illinois, and especially the citi Vis President Cleveland has appointed Gen. Rosencrans to the place iSo ably f...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 13 June 1885

i 1* flv *~JL fcs/mt ^pyml, PARKER, BURGETT & HARDY, Pubs. ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA, NOTES OF. THE TIMES. SOME paper unearthed the fact that ex-President Hayes owned a building in Onaha which was used as a saloon. This led to so much comment, most of it of the burlesque order, that last week the ex-president sold the property at a large sacriiice. MB. FLANNISAN, who made the famous "what are we here for*' speech at the Chicago'convention in 1880 has been removed from the collectorship of the Fourth internal revenue district in Texas. The 100,000 majority for Cleve land in Texas evidently snowed Mr. Flannigan under until 1888,' at least. A FEW years ago English sparrows were considered a great luxury and New York City imported them for her parks. In Pennyslvania they have now became so numerous and such a nuisance that at a fair being held at Morristown a premium is offered for the greatest display of English sparrow heads strung on a wire. KIEL claims that he cannot be tried for trea...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 13 June 1885

lS$&W$ Hi.,llUwi'.'ir.i.n. rW &&-- ?.l 1 ,**& SZ safest PARKER, BURGETT & HARDY, Pubs. ST. PAUL* MINNESOTA* NOTES OF. THE XIMES. -SOME paper unearthed "the fact that ex-President Hayes owned a building in Onaha which was used as a saloon. This led to so much comment, most of it of the burlesque order, that last week the ex-president sold the propeiiy /^:tl famous $*X. 3&t a large sacrifice^! ifs yj^ -r. t 7*Jt who made the "what are we here for' at the Chicago'eonvention in 1880'has been removed from the collectorship of the Fourth internal revenue district in ft Texas. The 100,000 majority for Cleve land in Texas evidently snowed Mr. Flannigan under until 1888,' at least. %H!, "&A EW years ago English sparrows were considered a great luxury and New York City imported them for her parks. In Pennyslvania they have now "f"% became so numerous and such a nuisance that at a fair being held at Morristown V a premium is offered for the greatest display of Engli...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 13 June 1885

ni iit^mmm The editor's sanctum is silent and bare, A sadness hangs over his quaint oaken chair His old leaden inkstand is empty and dry, And his porcupine quill slumbers idly by. His porcupine quill! Ah, what language would slip From the long slender tube with its ivory ti p' What a leader the old fellow used to turn out, \Vr the aid of the Times and a pint of brown stout! He would M'rite his own Letters from Londonthe rogue' And would pad them with scandala plan much vogue Like a charger, the battle he'd scent from afar, By writing a "special" direct from the war. When matter was short and he wanted a "hit," He would take up his pen and a murder commit! He as good at a burglary, smart at a ball, Hut at writing up "ads" he'd no rival at all' He was ne'er at a loss, with all branches he'd cope And could handle the tar brush or wield the soft soap But now he's departed this valley of woe, And has gone to the land where good editors go. Well, then, peace to his soul! It is under the e...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 13 June 1885

CITY NEWS. READ! READ!! READ!!! The city is filling up with stangers from all parts. The music at Rice Park was enjoyed by a large crowd last Wednesday Go to the Silver Moon Restaurant for hot meals and good coffee, see ad. It is a settled fact that Wilson will fight Cardift to-morrow Sunday. Go to the picnic at Banholzers park Thursda3r. Thos. Jefferson contemplates open ing a livery Stable, as soon as his horse is able to get out of the hammock. Some thing new yet old. The old Folks concert Monday evening at Garfield Hall. The old Folks' Concert to be given on Monday night at Garfield Hall. Promies to be a very grand affair. When the collector comes around please be ready for him, and don't give him the cold shoulder, as it takes money to run a newspaper. Our young business man Mr. Robert Smith has contracted for the laundry work of one of the large hotels at Lake Minnetonka, we wish hime Success. Louis Scott, manager of the Grand Opera, is in the East in the interest of our St. P...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 20 June 1885

*t? I. VOL. 1. WESTERN APPEAL Published every Saturday, by F. D. PARKER, J.T. BURNETT, 8. E. HARDY, EDITORS. BUSINESS MANAGER Entered at St. Paul Post-office as second class matter. TERMS. Three Months, .60 Six i.oo 1 Year, 2.00 Payments for suhcriptions must be made in advance. Advertising at reasonable rates. The management will not be responsi ble for the opinion expressed by any of its correspondents. Neither will tbey publish any matter to satisfy personal grievances. Oh where is the Northwest Review? If the wide open policy is not the order of the day, the community would like to know it, for a free fight is a common occurrence now on Minnesota street. The Minnesota Exhibit has been packed and shipped and will be ready for distribution in a short time. We understand Indiana has had a test civil rights case. A colored man was refused the use of a billiard table, and the proprietor was fined $5 and costs, that is more than Minnesota can sav. Would it not sound better for the mor...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 20 June 1885

kstern ^ygml, PARKER, BURGETT & HARDY, Pubs. ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. NOTES OF THE TIMES. SPAIN appears to be the principal headquarters of the cholera at present. GEN. GRANT is still suffering a great deal but is largely due to his efforts to complete his book. It seems probable that he will live to accomplish that task as his work is very nearly done. The publishers have received orders for over 300,000 opies. GLADSTONE, like all great politicians, has made many mistakes and taken great political risks but has managed to survive all opposition until he undertook to increase the tax on beer. That hit the English nation in a tender spot and they rose up in their might at Gladstoue and said "Go."' Ex-Gov. CUBTIN has made "charges" against a Pennsylvania postmaster He accused the postmaster of styling the president a "moral leper," the first assistant postmaster general a "drivel ing old idiot," and himself (Curtin) a "superannuated old ass." That post master was removed before Gov, C...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 20 June 1885

WHAT THE BURDOCK WAS GOOD FOR. "Good for nothing," the farmer said, As he made a sweep ab the burdock's head But then, he thought it was best, no doubt, to come some day and root it out So he lowered his scythe, and wenthis way, To see his corn, to gather his hay And the weed grew safe and strong and tall, Close by the side of the garden wall. ,'Good for a home," cried the uttle toad, As he hopped up out of th& dusty nmu. H had just been having a dreadful fight, lhe boy who gave it was yet sight. Here it was cool and dark and greon, The safest kind of a leafy screen, The toad was happy, "For," said he, "The burdock was plainly meant for me "Good for a prop," the spider thought, And to and fro with care he wrought, Till he fastened it well to an evergreen, And spun his cable fine between 'Twas a beautiful bridgea triumph of skill Thefliescame round, as idlers will The spider lurked his corner dim, The more that came the better for him. "Good for play," said a child perplexed To k...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 20 June 1885

,i'iir iirii'i i JII^I*^^too*fc. CITY NEWS. READ READ READ Encourage the enterprise by adver tising with us. All subscribers will please notify us if they fail to receive their paper promptly. About 75 hotel waiters arrived in the city during the week, all bound for Lake Minnetonka and other points. Help us by giving the paper a boom among your friends. The 0 T. B's are going to give a grand ball on the 25th mst at Sherman Hall. Go to Black's lunch counter 385 Min nesota street, and get a square meal for 15 cents. Mr. Geo. Jeffreys arrived in the city on last tuesday. Two soldiers from the Fort had a friendly set-to on Fifth and Minnesota streets, last Tuesday night All about a woman. The Sunday school children are an xiously awaiting the Pic-nic Season of the various S. S. A movement is on fopt to organize a biass band by our young men. Go in boys, you have got the material. Mr. Samuel Black, has opened a fine lunch counter, in connection, with Bryant and Hortons Saloon on Minne so...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 27 June 1885

VOL. 1. i WESTERN APPEAL Published every Saturday, by D. PARKER, J.T. BURGETT, S. E. HARDY, "I EDITORS? BUSINESS MANAGES Entered at St Paul second class matter. Post-office TERMS. Three Months, .60 Six i.oo 1 Year, 2.00 Payments for subcriptions must be made advance. Advertising at reasonable rates. The Colored Press Association meets in Philadelphia, July 8. The management will not be responsi ble foi the opinion expressed by any of its correspondents. Neither will they publish any matter to satisfy personal grievances. The ax has this time visited the cus tom house in the shape of a collector of revenue. One Bier-man has been ap pointed by the so-called brokerage systemall's well! to the victor belongs the spoils. -%i All persons wishing good, flrst-cl colored help, would do well to appfy at this office. The Governor refused to release Col Bend from arrest notwithstanding \k& fact that he was petioned to do so by a large number of citizens both here nd in Stillwater and Minnea...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 27 June 1885

VOL. 1. WESTERN APPEAL Published every Saturday, by F. 1). PARKER, J.T.BURGETT {EIHTOBS. N.E.HARDY, BUSINESS MANAGER Entered at St. Paul Post-office as Becond class matter. TERMS. Three Months, .60 Six i.oo 1 Year, 2.00 Payments for subcriptions must be made in advance. Advertising at reasonable rates. The Colored Press Association meets in Philadelphia, July 8. The management will not be responsi ble for the opinion expressed by any of its correspondents. Neither will they publish any matter to satisfy personal giievances. The ax has this time visited the cus tom house in the shape of a collector of revenue. One Bier-man has been ap pointed by the so-called brokerage systemall's well! to the victor belongs the spoils. All persons wishing good, first-class colored help, would do well to apply at this office. The Governor refused to release Col. Bend from arrest notwithstanding the fact that he was petioned to do so by a large number of citizens both here and in Stillwater and Minnea...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 27 June 1885

i knktn Jfypttd* PARKER, BURGETT & HARDY, Pubs. ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. NOTES OF THE TIMES. MRS. E. D. E. N. SOUTHWORTH is sixty one years old and has written seventy one novels. She is under contract to Robert Bonner to write for him alone and on demand at $8,000 a year. A LETTER from Barnum has been published recently in an English news paper, in which he says that twenty years ago, when he began the man agement of his travelling show with 500 persons, it was made a condition that they should be discharged and forfeit $5 if they were not total abstain ers from strong drink during the sea son of seven months. Nearly every one complied, and at the end of that time he offered to invest their savings and guarautee them the principal with interest at 6 per cent if they would still continue to abstain. Over 400 accepted the offer, and most of them to-day have several thousand dollars safely invested. THE operation has been successfully accomplished by a German chemist of separating rag...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 27 June 1885

I I .M ,S "P) M...,..r ,^y., li ii 11^ i. i i a NECESSITY. Gaunt faced and hungry eyed she waits, This sombre warder or our rates, Forever sleepless while we sleep, And silent while we watch and weep. Sometimes, beguiled by smiling skies, And wooing winds we shut our eyes, Forgetting for a little space That tiresome, unforgetting face. Or, stirred as stirs the sap in spring, By natures force, we laugh and sing, Or run to pass that waiting shape, With flying footsteps of escape. But where we run she leads the way, She goes before us night and day, No flying footsteps can escape By any path, that somber shape. Always she waits with whip and spur, To urge us on if we demur With bitter breath we call her foe, As driven thus we rise and go. The roads we follow wind and twist, Our eyes grow blind with blinding mist, Blown down to us as we ascend The upland hights that near the end. And at the end"Where is the foel Where hideth she!" we cryand lo, Through breaking mist, and angel's face, L...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 27 June 1885

CITY NEWS. READ READ READ Encourage the enterprise by adver tising with us. Go to Black's Lunch Counter, 385 Minnesota street. Try the celebrated Lainda Cigar, at the Ryan Exchange, 415 Robert Street. All subscribers will please notify us if they fail to receive their paper promptly. Don't forget the Prize Festival on Monday evening at the A. M. E. church. Adniisson ten'cents. The Harrington-ShifFman boat race takes place at Minnetonka, to-day. An exciting contest is anticipated. Howard's Quadrille Band is the latest novelty in the dancing world. Charlie will furnish music for Pic-nics, Parties, Entertainments, &c. The Deputy G. M. of the Grand Lodge of Iowa, paid the office a visit this week and reported the lodge in a flourishing condition. The weather has been so cool that things at the lakes are very quiet and backward and looks as if they will have a short but lively season. Class day at the High-shool on Tues day, of the class of 85. was a great day for them, and the exerc...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 4 July 1885

m^^m^m-^mJm j^t^eatmmaimmim "*^'"^^^'yLyj^lu VOL. 1. Published every Saturday, by ^i#ii^g..i.^.W|lj^la(t||iiriMij1i WESTERN APPEAL. F. D. PARKER, J.T. BURGETT^ EDITORS. S. E. HARDY, BUSINESS MANAGER Entered at St. Paul Post-office as second class matter. TERMS. Three Months, 60 six 1 0 0 1 Year, 2.00 Payments for subcriptions must be made in advance. Advertising at reasonable rates. The Colored Press Association meets in Philadelphia, July 8. The management will not be responsi ble for the opinion expressed by any of its correspondents. Neither will they publish any matter to satisfy personal grievances. Mr. Andrew F. Hilyer our talented young citizen has passed his examina tion at the Washington Law school, and has been admitted to practice at the Dis trict court bar, success to you Andrew when you get tired of Washington life come home, we will welcome you, and assist in giving you a "boom" in your profession. We are pleased to mention the fact that we will have another colored me...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 4 July 1885

i 'JF "N fes&m Mppezdt c^Ss PARKER, BURGETT & HARDY, Pubs. ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. NOTES OF THE TIMES. DENNIS KEARNEY, who was never known to do a square day's work in his life, announces himself as the labor candidate for Governor of California. The "sand lots" will support him because they are composed of men who, like himself never do any work. THE plumbers have been holding a national convention at St. Louis. The American people are to be commiser ated. I was bad enough to have the plumbers act singly, but when they come to charge on the public in a body it is eqnivalent to transfering the own ership of the National banks. DESPI TE conflicting reports there seems to be no doubt that Emperor William of Germany is in precarious health and at the best cannot long survive. His life may be prolonged some months and possibly a year, but it would not be surprising if it should terminate quite suddenly. His advanc ed age renders his continuande only a question of a short time. .___...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 4 July 1885

*,,.,j.ji 'THE CHILDREN LAUGHED AND SANG." It was in the chill December And the Angel of Death came by, And he rustled his wings of darkness As he swept through the wintry sky A household of happy creatures Dwell quiet and free from care, And the Angel stole in softly, And stood all silent there. (But the children laughed and sang at their play Never a fear nor a pang had they.) And the Angel swiftly in silence Struck home the mortal blow, And in the wintry morning He laid the father low And wildly the sorrowing mother, Bewildered and stunned with woe, Wailed in her lone bereavement, And wished that she too might go! (But the children laughed and sang at their play Never a fear nor a pang had they.) Cold in the lonely chamber Lay the fathers form at rest, And they laid the delicate flower-wreaths Upon his quiet breast And forth from his home they bore him, And hid him from sound and sight, And they heaped the cold earth above him While the children's feet trod light. (But the boys w...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 4 July 1885

*"t"*aNMiAM CITY NEWS READ READ READ Encourage the enterprise by adver tising with us. There is quite a number of strangers in the city. Go to Black's Lunch Counter, 385 Minnesota street. Mrs. Morris has opened a first-class boarding house, where you can obtain good day-board and furnished rooms, at reasonable rates, at 350 Minnesota streeet. Give her a call. Try the celebrated Lainda Cigar, at the Ryan Exchange, 415 Robert Street. All news that will be of any interest to the readers of this paper, will be grate fully received. We are much obliged to the Washing ton Bee, who under the head of "Not True" in its last issue, apprised us of Mr. CronvR ell's whereabouts. All subscribers will please notify us if they fail to receive their paper promptly. Sam. Black is doing exceeding well with his lunch counter, and if you want a good meal give him a call. We were over to Minneapolis this week and called upon, some o h lead ing citizens, among them Messrs, Grey and Maishall, and Rev. Newt...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 11 July 1885

VOL. 1. WESTERN APPEAL. Published Every Saturday at St. Pau l, MINN, by tbe WES- TERN Publishing Co., Boom 3 Lambert Block Cor. of 3rd and Cedar Streets. Entered at St. Paul Post-office as second class matter. Advertising at reasonable rates. The Colored Press Association met in Philadelphia, July 8. The management will not be" responsi ble for the opinion expressed by any of its correspondents. Neither will they publish any matter to satisfy personal grievances. Correspondence that will be of in terest to the readers of tbe APPEAL is solicted, we will not be responsible for opinions expressed by our correspon dents, but all communications must be accompanied by the writers full name not for publcation but for reference. It is hoped that the efforts of the managers of the litterary society just forming will not allow any technicalties to come into its meetings that will call forth unnecessary discussions that will disgust those that are interested in its There is a movement on foot ...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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