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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 1 April 1899

-pfwv iV ?$* WJf.igf' THE APPEAL. AHAT10NALAFR0 AMERICAN NEWSPAPER PXTBLIPHBD WBSXLY BT ADAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 4 9 E- 4th S St. Paul, Minu I88UXD BIMUXTAVEOUSXT IK Saint Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago, Louisville, St. Louis, Dallas. ST. PAUL OFFICE, No. 164 Union Block 4th and Cedar J. Q. ADAMS, Publisher. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE. North W^rirna BIoc' Room N 609 H.R03*" *,n' Manager. CHICAGO OFFICE, No. 323-5 Dearborn S Suite 213-215 F* ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, No-312 West Jefferson S Room 3 W. V. PENN, Manager. ST. LOUIS OFFICE, No. 100 2 FRANKLIN AVENUE J. H. HARRISON, Manager. DALLAS OFFICE, NUMBER 497 MAIN STREET L. A BROWN. Manager. TERMS, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE: Single copy, one year S2.00 Single copy, six months SI.IO Single copy, three months SO When subscriptions are by any means allowed toranwithout pi^payment, the terms are 60 cents for each 23 weeks and 5 cents for eaeb odd week, or at tks rate of &J.40 per year. Remittances should be made by l\xpress Money ...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 1 April 1899

^m. r*r 4 ir* 'W^VS^a^pw A WEEKS RECORD N MINNESO TAS CAPITAL. The Saintly City and Saintly City Folks Newsy Items ot Social, Religions and General Matters Among tfxe People, Boil ed Down. Paul **'''$. Lawrence Dunbar, Poet,"1 Shortly to appear in St. Paul. Go to League meeting in Court House Next Sunday afternoon, April 9, at 3 30 o'clock, And hear much more about his works and his coming. Letter at this office for Norman K. Evans Miss Leolq, Thomas is quite ill with typhoid fever. Mr. W Turner of Seattle, Wash., was in the city Wednesday. Mrs. E. J. Allen is prepared to do hair work at her residence, 55 Sibley street. The smallpox scare is beginning to die out but vaccinations are going right on at the health office. Messrs. F. S. Cunningham and E. H. Pryor of Minneapolis were callers at The Appeal office Wednesday. Winter still lingers in the lap of spring and Easter hats will look more appropriate trimmed with fur than with roses. Three unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping m...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 1 April 1899

lm T' CHICAGO. 1 Hh**WORLD SIFA!RCiTY"VlEW- fcD BY THE APPEAL MAN. A Compilation of a Number of Happenings, SOUAI aud Otherwise, Among the Afro* Americans of Sec^d at, of Tiu. Glorious Union. Vote the Republican ticket straight. Rev. Thomas is on the sick list vote for Major Buckner for South Town Clerk. Mr. S. Hunton, of St. the city last week Mr Charles Robinson took a trip to St. Paul last week. Vote for Zina R. Carter the Repub lican candidate for major. There were 75,163 arrests made by the Chicago police during the past year Chaplain Allen Allensworth, of the 24th Infantry, S A., was in the city this week. The New York Central has employed Afro-Americans as brakemen on some of its lines. Remember that an Afro-American, John C. Buckner, is on the Repumlican ticket for South Town Clerk. Give him your vote. Betting on the result of next Tues day's election is still very slow, very much slower than it has been in a mu nicipal election for many years. The Blue Cross will introduce ...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 8 April 1899

.V if- JK8B888B i* ^,^j *ji A GEN. OTIS AND HIS DISTINGUISHED CAREER. .r' frew York State Claim* Thin Modct, Unassuming. Glorious Old Indian Fighter, Who Han Routed the FilipinosAn Anecdotal Portrait by an Officer Who Served With HimHI* Campaign Against Sit tins Bull and the ApachesHI* Manners and His Methods. Gen. Elwell Stephen Otis is, of all men 1 know, the most"-modest. has never sought praise nor desired notoriety. has always been a simple, straight forward man and a brave soldier. The events^ of the past week in Manila have made his one of the great names in American military history. As he can no longer be the simple soldier, loved by his men and known only to the rank and file of the army, it gives an old comrade in the service pleasure to say in the World a few words about one of the most efficient as well as one of the brav est of men. If Vermont gave Dewey, the first hero of Manila, to the navy. New York may claim the second Manila hero, Otis, for while Otis was born in ...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 8 April 1899

mmm life P-.VJ- *?Mf* TneKKL^ THE APPEAL. ANATI0WALAFR0-AMER1CAH NEWSPAPER rUBUPHBD WXXKLT ADAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 40 E- 4th S St- Paul, Minn IMVX9 mUTLTAKIOUSLT W Saint Paul. Minneapolis, Chicago, Louisville, St. Louis, Dallas. ST. PAUL OFFICE, No. 164 Union Block 4th and Cedar J. Q. ADAMS, Publisher. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE. 3tf:rt LOUISVILLE OFFICE, No- 312 West Jefferson St. Room 3 W. V- PENN, Manager, ST. LOUIS OFFICE, No. 1002 FRANKLIN AVENUE J. H. HARRISON, Manager. DALLAS OFFICE, NUMBER 497 MAIN STREET L. A- BROWN. Manager. TERMS, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE: Single copy, one year $2.00 Single copy, six months SI.IO Single copy, three months 60 When subscriptions are by any means allowed to run without p.^payment, the terms are 6a cents for each. is weeks and 5 cents for eaeh odd week, or at tl-s rate of fci.40 per year. Remittances should be made by Express Money Order. Post Office Money Order. Regis tered letter or Bank Draft. Postage stamps will be received the same as cash...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 8 April 1899

I 1 i i \4 .v fejjw* Si *& ^p^ssapp^* v* ST. PAUL. A WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO TA'S CAPITAJL. *h Saintly City and Saintly City Folks Neway Items of Social, Kellglous and general Matters Among tf\e People, Boil ed Down. I-Paul Lawrence i Dunbar, Poet, Shortly to appear in St. Paul. Go to League meeting in Court House Next,Sunday afternoon, April 9, at 3:30 o'clock, And hear much more about his works and his coming. Mrs. Columbus Waldon is quite ill. Mr. George R. King, of 557 Blfelt street is all smiles because it's a boy. Mrs. E. J. Allen is prepared to do hair work at her residence, 553 Sibley street. Mr. John Talbert has about recov red from his serious attack of rheu matism. Mr. J. R. Robinson returned Thurs day from a three weeks' trip to North Dakota. Mr. C. Herbert Browne is to be a participant in concert and cake walk at Market Hall Monday evening. Mr. Willie Roche of Winnipeg, Man is In the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Roots, 253 B. 7th street. Mr. Sylvester Bowman, at...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 8 April 1899

12 M:" &t 9 MILWAUKEE.JEsV THE CREAM CITY O THELAKB8 Items of ail Sort* Gathered Sogether by Mi. Chas. Reece has returned to the city. Rev. G. 4 Brown is in tbe city on business. Mr. Albert Black's little child is very eick with pneumonia. Mr. Napolean Broady is confined to his home with rheumatism. Miss. Rachel Black ssya she is well pleased with tbe Cream City. Mrs. Thos. Fow.'er has gone to Cbica go on a visit to relatives and friends. I Our Ubiquitous Reporter and Served op In Dainty Stylo forth .Delectation of Om Baden. Mr. Harper of Cbicego is in the citv y**^A: Kig Si Wit Mrs. W. Hawkins, J. J. Miles, J. W Walla, W. Hughes, D. M. Fowler. Mrs- W. M. Hargrow and L. H. Palmar. Duluth Minn Mr. Robert Pelham contemplates a trip to Rainy Lake soon. Tbe ladies of Duluth are preparing a series of entertainments to be given at Brown's Halt in tbe near future for the benefit ef St. Mark'd new organ. The "Old Folks Concert" will take plac* tbe first evening, "Farce" the second, and ...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 15 April 1899

^WFVS 4 f A: fl/l/ *Ifct*o..know -W ^"r JMOETHODS OF BAABERS IX EVERY CUME. Wot a Fe of Them Acquire Wealth Aa Well a* Distinction.A New York Craftsman Who Waa Made 1 Famous by a PoetA Barber Who Sought a Surgeon's Advice as to Throat Catting- Importance of Raxor-Wlelders la China. Herr Haby, the barber whose method (of dressing the mustache was adopted German Emperor, to the barber's enrich ment because so many wish to imitate ithe Yet, in spite of all Frenoh barber's good points, there are plenty of Americans who declare they can't hold a candle to the barbers of New York and Boston and other first-class Yankee towns, not to speak of the "lady barbers," who are common enough in the Wes.t, but have not yet got much of a foothold East Ghastly stories of insane barbers with throat-cutting propensities might be gath ered toy the score, no doubt, but none (more grewsome in its way was ever re Bated than the one in -which the renowned (Parisian surgeon, Dr. Nelaton 'and his thesews, my ...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 15 April 1899

I i I -frf\ v.'.- SM*I THE APPEAL. A NATIONAL AFBO-AMERICAN NEWSPAPEd PUBLISHED WXSKXT BT ADAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 4 9 E. 4th S St. Paul, Minn. iaaUKD IMTJLTAWXOirSLT IS Saint Paul, tiUnneUipolls, Chicago, Louisville, St. Louis, Dallas. ST. PAUL OFFICE, No. 164 tfaion Block 4th and Cedar J. Q. ADAM8, Publisher. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE. NDrth WestemaBIook Room No 609 H.ROBERTS, Manager- CHICAGO OFFICE, No. 323-5 Dearborn St- Suite 213-215 C.F.ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, No. 312 West Jefferson St. Room 3 W- V- PENN, Manager, ST. LOUIS OFFICE, No. 1002 FRANKLIN AVENUE J. H. HARRISON, Manager. DALLAS OFFICE, NUMBER 497 MAIN STREET L. A BROWN, Manager, _^ TERMS, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE: Single copy, one year $2.00 Single copy, six months SI.IO Single copy, three months 6 0 When subscriptions are by any means allowed to ran without pjpayraent ihe terms are 00 cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for eaeh odd week, or at tl:a rate of 13.40 per year. Remittances should be made by IVx...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 15 April 1899

t 1-T Vho Saintly City and Saintly City ^olks Newsy Items of Social, Religious and General Matters Among: the People, Boil ed Down. 'Paul Lawrence Dunbar, Poet, Shortly to appear in St. Paul. The legislature will adjourn Tuesday. Mrs. James Banister has been on the sTck'list this week* Mrs. E. J. Allen is prepared to do hair work at her residence, 553 Sibley "street. There will be an ice cream parlor opened tomorrow at No. 301 College street, by Mrs. C. Campbell. The alleged concert to be given at Market Hall last Monday night proved to be more of a frost than anything else. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Turner, of 292 Sherburne avenue, entertained at din ner Sunday Mr. W. A. Duncan, of Port land, Ore. TBY THE MEALS AT THE MET- ROPOLITAN KESTATJRANT, 378MIN- NEiOTA STREET AND YOTJ'LL EAT THERE ALL THE TIME. 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 ed out. Persons desiring to visit the Appeal off...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 15 April 1899

i W tether "**&8% mcim THE "WORLD'SIFAIRdfY" VIEW- ED BY THE APPEAL MAN. _S 3HT A Compilation of a Number of Happening?, Social and Otherwise, Among the Afro Americana of the Secemd City of This slorious Union. Mrs. Addie Kinley Coats is as yet "very sick. Mr. John Pitts, 3642 Dearborr street, is quite ill. Mrs. Emma S. Ransom spent the week in Elgin, 111. Officer Geo. W. Reid, 3604 Dearborn street, is on the sick list. Mr. Robert Simmons, 3533 Dearborn street, is on the sick list. Mrs. Harris-Russell, 3615 Dearborn street, is convalescing. Mrs. Amanda Smith, the Evangelist, preached at Quinn chapel Sunday eve. Mr. Floyd Lewis has been treated most royally by the girls since his re turn from Cuba. Miss Nina Price, superintendent of Provident Hospital, has gone to Phil adelphia on a vacation. Julius N. Avenroph will spend Sun day, the 16th, in Springfield, 111., the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bolden. Mrs. Dora Graceson-Smith returned home Sunday, her contract with "A Trip to Coontown"...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 22 April 1899

tv KCTRAORDINA1RY AFFAIR IN' THUS HE9AHT OF MONTANA. teH2w, involution Into a Tartar of Shy Indian BrideParting or Billy Morse and Isabel Bmr-Wslking Over-the-Hlll When the Breaking Point CameSimple Exit of the Hnlf-BreedTaming- of the Indian ShrewRales Her With a Onto. Not long" after rumor said that Billy Morse and Isabel Bear-walklng-over-the- hill were tofee-married, the tour hundred of the reservationthat is to say, the squawraen and the English-speaking half Ibreedsreceived written invitations to at tend the ceremony and the danoe to be given in honor of the event. The notes were deciphered with some effort and were found to read: Your hereby Invite to a Dance in debatin hall next chuesday evenin, if you want to see us git Marri com? to the mission at 4 clock dancin begins at 7. Billy MGTSB, Isabel Bear Walkin Over the Hill. The debating hall was a large, barn like structure which had been built by popular subscription. The full-blooded In dians had" borne their share of the e...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 22 April 1899

I Ulfr aw 1 ill 1 W i jB! -V iU irg?^* THE APPEAL. NAT10HALAFBO AMEJIICAM NEWSPAPER PtTBLIPHBD WSlKXY BT ADAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 4 9 E. 4th S St. Paul, Minn U8TTXD BIMVLTAHZOUBLT IK 8aln Paul Minneapolis Chicago Louisville, St. Louis, Dallas ST. PAUL OFFICE, No. 164 Union Block 4th and Cedar J.Q. ADAMS Publisher MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE. North West9ran BTook Room No 509 H.ROBERTS, Manager- CHICAGO OFFICE, No. 323- 5 Dearborn St. Suite 213-215 F* ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, No-312 "West Jefferson St. Room 3 W. V. PENN, Manager ST. LOUIS OFFICE, No. 100 2 FRANKLI N AVENU E J. H. HARRISON, Manager. DALLAS OFFICE, NUMBE 497 MAIN STREET L. A BROWN. Manager. TERMS, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE: Singl copy, one year $2.00 Singl copy, six months Sl.iO Singl copy, three months 6 0 When subscriptions are by any means allowed to run without pi'epayraent, the terms are 60 cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for eaeb odd week, or at tl-'s rate of $3.40 per year. Remittances should be made by ...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 22 April 1899

s A. WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO TA'S CAPITAL. h* Saintly City and Saintly City ^oiks Newsy Items of Social, Religions and General Matters Among tfte People, Boil ed Down. i Paul v^- Lawrence Dunbar, Poet, Shortly to appear in St. Paul. Mr. Sylvester Bowman still remains very ill at his residence, 553 Sibley Street. Miss Henrietta Vinton Davis has been the guest of Mrs. George Duckett during her stay in our city. Hi Henry and his big minstrel troupe will open at the Metropolitan Sunday night and for three nights and Wednesday matinee. TRY THE MEALS AT THE MET- ROPOLITAN RESTAURANT, 378MIN- HESOTA STREET AND YOU'LL EAT THERE ALL THE TIME. Mrs. Carl H. Parks, nee Idelett, was placed on trial before Judge Kelly yes terday and pleaded not guilty to the four indictments against her. Those of our patrons who desire to have matter published must get the aame in this office not later than Thursday, otherwise it may be crowd ed out. Mrs. John Kemp, of Huntsville, Ala., who has been sick while vi...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 22 April 1899

T [if-W V^, afs* 1 'J^f-'**'^- ^"^"l *^"S MINNEAPOLIS. 'DOINGS IN AN ABOUT GREAT "FLOUR CITY.* THE Matters Social, Religions and General Which Have Happened and are to Happen Among the People of the City on the Falls. Mrs. Newton is on the sick list. Mrs. James is on the sick list. Miss Minnie Johnson intends to ride a wheel this summer. Rev. Harris, of Bethesda Baptist Church, has returned from Chicago. Mr. Wirth Jones has secured a posi tion in the Plymouth Clothing House. Mr. Wm. Crosswell was raised to the degree of Master Mason last Monday night. Mr. Howard Brown and Miss Cora Franklin say that the invitations will soon be out. Mr. and Mrs. Tucker have moved to their new residence, No. 2205 Fourth Avenue South. Mr. N. K. Evans has resigned his po sition at the West Hotel. He intends to make his home in St. Paul. Frof. D. D. Bruce, of Philadelphia, is at the Pullman House. He will re main the city until the first of May. While getting supper last Monday, Delbert Lee, cut his han...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 29 April 1899

i TOL. 15, NO.17 THAT IS, E "WITH A *dUL yon know the news, my MenJ ,f i li#i 3TILWoe a ofthe world and its weal? II A man built like an athlete entered he Tenderloin police statical one night last week. The man's clothing and bear ing- stamped him as a foreigner. He wore high-heeled boots and a cap that might have been worn by a United States army officer when on duty if it wasn't devoid of gold braid. The man's light-brown beard was cut in a peculiar fashion, and as he approached the sargeant's desk he attracted the attention of half a dozen plain clothes men who were chatting in a corner of the room. The embryo detective came forward as the newcomer removed his cap ,and stood waiting the sergeant's attention. "Bet he's been 'touched' for his roll," said one of the plain clothes men. "I guess it's a "squat, all right," whis pered another. "What do you "want, sir?" asked the sergeant brusquely. The newcomer spoke In a strange tongue that baffled his listeners. After a deal of talki...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 29 April 1899

fW ft:-j| p. 4 VOL. 15, NO.17 THAT IS, BEE MAY BE CAXJUED SO WITH SOME. RESERVATION. H Speaks RnHlan, Certainly, and He Learned It In AlaskaThe Sew York. Tenderloin's Com pander Telia of Hi* Experience a Private in Uncle Sam's Army His Meeting with, a Russian Of ficer in Gotbami-Two Indian Oat Breaks. A Kg man built like an athlete entered the Tenderloin police station one night last week. The man's clothing and bear ing stamped him as a foreigner. He wore high-heeled boots and a cap that might have been worn by a United States army officer when on duty if it wasn't devoid of gold braid. The man's light-brown beard was cut in a peculiar fashion, and as he approached the sargeant's desk he attracted the attention of half a dozen plain clothes men who were chatting in a corner of the room. The embryo detective came forward as the newcomer removed his cap and stood waiting the sergeant's attention. "Bet he's been 'touched' for his roll," said one of the plain clothes men. "I guess it's...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 29 April 1899

K~ i1 i'lfifVn'jrfii^ im^fl.'.'.ffiij^S 1 THE APPEAL. A NATIONAL AFRO-AMERICAN NEWSPAPER rUBLIPHXD WKXKLT BT ADAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 4 9 E. 4th St- St. Paul, Minu IflSTJXD 8IXUX.TAHEOTTSX.Y IX 8alnt Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago, Louisville, St. Louis, Dallas. ST. PAUL OFFICE, No. 16 4 Union Block 4th and Cedar Q. ADAMS Publisher MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE. North WeUernoBIonk Room No 509 H.ROBERTS, Manager- CHICAGO OFFICE, No. 323-5 Dearborn S Suite 213-21 5 F- ADAMS Manager LOUISVILLE OFFICE, No. 312 Wes Jefferson St. Room 3 W.VPENN, Manager, ST. LOUIS OFFICE. No. 100 2 FRANKLIN AVENUE J. H. HARRISON, Manager DALLAS OFFICE, NUMBE 497 MAIN STREET L. A BROWN, Manager. TERMS, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE: Singl copy, one year $2.00 Single copy, six months Sl.iO Single copy, three months 60 When subscriptions are by any means allowed to run without pi'epayraent, the terms are 60 cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for eaeh odd week, or at tl-e rate of $140 per year. Remittances should be made b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 29 April 1899

ST. PAUL. A WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO- *&* TA'S CAPITAL. he Saintly and Saintly City tfolks -*City Newsy Items of Soelal, Religions and General Matters Among the People, Boil ed Down. Paul ^'.\S -I Lawrence Dunbar, Poet, Shortly to appear in St. Paul. Mr. V. James Henley has returned to California. Mr. Sylvester Bowman still remains very ill at his residence, 553 Sibley Street. The week of player at Pilgrim this week has been very strengthening to both pastor and people. Mrs Marie Johnson arrived in the city this week to join her husband and will reside here in the future. After an illness of several weeks Mrs. J. W Hackerny, of 292 Sherburne avenue, is able to be out again Mrs. Emma Glover returned last week from an extended visit to her niece, Mrs. Crawford, at Nashville, Tenn Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Garner entertained at lunch Thursday Miss Henrietta Vin ton Davis, Mis George Duckett and Miss Maggie Garner l'no ia'dies of St. Thomas mission met i nursday afternoon, April 27, and mad...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 29 April 1899

1*/ *9,,-4u H^ CHICAGO. THE "WO^LD'SIFAIR CITY" VIEW- ED BY THE APPEAL MAN. A Compilation of 8rxflB*V*f Happenings, Social and OthtrarlSa, Agaong the Afro Americans of the Seacxxl City of This taiorlous Union. Miss Madge Watson has left the city for New York. Mrs. Daisy Hancock, 4803 Armour avenue, is on the sick list. Mrs. Irene Lewis and baby are both suffering from severe colds. Mrs. Addie Crawford Minor, of St. Paul, Minn, spent a few days in our city. Madame Flora Batson-Bergen, the lenowned mezzo soprano, is in the city. Mrs. F. B. Williams, President of the Federation, has returned from her lecturing tour. Mr. Julius N. Avendorph spent Sun day in Springfield, 111., the guest of Miss Louetta Bolden. That the National Association of Colored Women Clubs is to meet here July 18, 19 and 20 is a settled fact. Mr. Avendorph's sister, Mrs. L. Jones and two sons, left the city Satur day for Nashville, Tenn her future home. Mr A. W. Smith, a prominent K. of was buried from Qumn chapel ...

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