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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 11 July 1885

VOL. 1. WESTERN APPEAL. Published Every Saturday at St. Pau l, MINK, by the WES- TERN Publishing Co., Room 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 Hs correspondents. Neither will they publish any matter to satisfy personal grievances. Correspondence that A ill be of in terest to the readers of the 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 success. There is a movement...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 11 July 1885

Mm J^a/, PUBLISHED BY F. D. PARKER, Managing Editor. J. T. BUBGETT, _,..,. B. F. PHEONIX ociat.e Editors. Ass S. E. HARDY, Business Manager. Payable in Advance: By Mail (post paid) per year Six Months Three Months $3.00. $1.00. $ .60. ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. NOTES OF THE TIMES. THE janitors of the public buildings in Washington celebrated the Fourth so faithfully that they did not raise the flags in honor of the day. They-ad hered very faithfully to the general rder to close the public buildings and did not go near the structures. Some men can be very literal in obeying an order which gives them a holiday. AT Salt Lake city the Mormons hung the flags on the public buildings at half mast on the Fourth of^July. They say is not appropriate for them to cele brate a "day of freedom1' when their "best men are in the penitentiary." I ooks veiy much as though the Mor mons would either have to behave them selves or take refuge in "the mountains ot Hepsidam" or some other foreign country. IT is ...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 11 July 1885

REENAN'S CHARGE. Chaneellorsvllle, May, 1863. The sun had set The leaves with dew were wet Down fell a bloody dusk On the woods, that second of May, Where Stonewall's corps, like a beast of prey, Tore through with angry tusk. "They.'ve trapped us, boys I" Rose from our flank a voice. With a rush of steel and smoke On came the rebels straight, Eager as love and wild as hate And our line reeled and broke Broke and fled. No one staidbut the dead! With curses, shrieks and cries, Horses, wagons and men Tumbled back through the shuddering glen, Ana above us the fading skies. There's one hope still Those batteries parked on the hill! "Battery, wheel'" {'mid the roar) "Pass pieces, fix prolonge to fire Retiring Trot'" In the panic dure A bugle rings 'Trot"and no more. The horses plunged. The cannon lurched and lunged, To join the hopeless lout. But suddenly rode a form Calmly in front of the human storm, With a stern commanding shout: "Align those guns'" i'heecannoneerssbent W Knew it wa Pl...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 11 July 1885

KEENAN'S CHARGE. Chancellorsville, May, 1863. The sun had set The leaves with dew were wet Down fell a bloody dusk On the woods, that second of May, Where Stonewall's corps, like a beast of prey, Tore through with angry tusk. "They.'ve trapped us, boys!" Rose from our flank a voice. With a rush of steel and smoke On came the rebels straight, Eager as love and wild as hate And our line reeled and broke Broke and fled. No one staidbut the dead! With curses, shrieks and cries, Horses, wagons and men Tumbled back through the shuddering glen, And above us the fading skies. There's one hope still Those batteries parked on the hill! "Battery, wheel!" ('mid the roar) "Pass pieces fix prolonge to fire lletiring. Trot!" In the panic dire A bugle rings "Trot"and no more. The horses plunged, The cannon lurched and lunged, To join the hopeless rout. But suddenly rode a form Calmly in front of the human storm, With a stern commanding shout: "Align those guns!" (We knew it was Pleasonton's). The c...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 11 July 1885

9 %%m 53*f*US CITY NEWS. The City is full of strangers and more are corning. 40 ears went to Lake Minnetonka with Odd Fellows on Thursday. The cholera is spreading with alarm ing rapidity in Spain. On Wednesday 744 victims were reported. St. Paul cavalry were mustered into state service Wednesday. The muster roll numbered fifty. The young ladies are thinking of or ganizing a Broom Brigade, and we wish them success in their undertaking. The west and northwest seems to be getting a full benefit of partisan office holderswe have lots of room for wrokers, and but little for hanger on. A few days ago a soldier was dis charged from Fort Snelling Minn., he thought to save his cents, and leave dollars to care for themselves, as he could not get his Jack to work, so he hied to Chicago. The La Infants of Chicago, gave an othei one of their fine entertainments on Monday July 6th at which the "elite" ofthe Garden City, attended and an enjoyable time was had by all, it is hoped they will give an...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 18 July 1885

VOL. 1. WESTERN APPEAL. Published Every Saturday at St. Paul, MINN, by the WES- TERN Publishing Co., Boom 3 I ambert Block Cor. of 3rd and Cedar Streets. Entered at St. Paul Post-office second class matter. as This paper goes to press every Friday afternoon, is mailed Friday evening, and is ready for delivery Saturday morning, The U. S. Government is responsible for its delivery on the day of publication. Advertising at reasonable rates. Please send subscriptions by Postal Note, Money Order or Registered letter. Local Agent. J. K. Hilyard, Sr., 408 Robert Street. All notices of church festivals and en tertainments must be brief and in by Wednesday noon. Churh advertise ments at greatly reduced 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 grievances. Correspondence that will be of in terest to the readers of the APPE-VL is solicted, we will not be responsible for opinion...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 18 July 1885

I U(|! 1 "^MMMM PUBLISHED BY P. D. PARKER, Managing Editor. J.T.BURGETT, I A es .t B. P. PHEONIX AsocIa Editors. S. E. HARDY, Business Manager. TERMS, Payable in Advance: By Mail (post paid) per year $2.00. Six Months $1.00. Three Months $ .60. ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. NOTES OF THE TIMES. IT is getting hot in Washington in several respects and the president is arranging to take a trip to the Adiron dack^. THIS appears to be an unusual sum mer for cyclones. The crop for the last few years has been fairly abund ant but this year it is more voluminous than ever. The town that cannot boast of being at least half destroyed by a cy clone is doing a very small business. WITH the first day's advent of street cars on Broadway, New York, the 300 stages which required the services of 1400 horses were withdrawn and the past week, horses, harness, stages and stables have been sold at auction. No revolution in transportation was ever more complete and sudden. An investigation made by the Chicago 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. — 18 July 1885

i: -V-v v-- PORTRAIT O A LADY. Paint me your perfect lady. I have seen Some part, perhaps the whole, of what I mean, Yet in articulate feature to declare The form that haunts my thought divinely fair May well outrange my skill but thy request Strikes all denial dumb. Here, take my best. No noise thou heare'st, no preparation blows A trumpet where my perfect lady goes Nor with rude tramp she beats the hollow ground, Nor minces nicely, nor with girlish bound Trips the light sod a woman, not a fairy, Upon an earthly base, firm poised her airy Consistence rests. No flaunting broad display Of rustling flounces marks her gentle way, But like the breeze of the lighfr-winged May Softly she comes, and fragrant all as chey. Oh, she is lovely' all tha summer dwells In her bright eyes, and every feature tells A treasured sweetness in the soul within, That beats like music through the lucid skin And when she speaks soft, silvery accents flow Full-throated from a mellow depth below, Not dipt in s...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 18 July 1885

*4~ i-i ^"-^TiiiiiMtigrmwraiiri-t-- CITY NEWS. The City is full of strangers and more are coming. Who is responsible for last Sunday's disaster at Minnetonka? Let us all turn out and help the "APPEAL" on August Third. Several communications were received too late for this issue, but will appear in the next. What do the State Inspectors say about last Sunday's disasters? Please explain Mr. Inspector Boss" Kelly was boss in New York for some years past. But who was boss in last Sunday's disaster at Minnetonke? QUER Y? Last Sunday's disaster raises tho ques tion whether the appointments to look to the safety of the tourist was made with an eye to saiety or to political in fluence? The WESTERN APPEAL is on sale at Fielding Combs' restaurant on Minne sota street. Hon. Erederick Douglass has been invited to be present on August Third, at Lake Minnetonka. A good number of the members of the Grand Lodge stopped over to attend a picnic at Minne-ha-ha on Friday. Amoug them were Sir Knights J....

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 18 July 1885

CITY NEWS. The City is full of strangers and more are coming. Who is responsible for last Sunday's disaster at Minnetonka? Let us all turn out and help the "APPEAL" on August Third. Several communications were received too late for this issue, but will appear in the next. What do the State Inspectors say about last Sunday's disasters? Please explain Mr. Inspector 'Boss" Kelly was boss in New York for some years past. But who was boss in last Sunday's disaster at Minnetonke? QUERY? Last Sunday's disaster raises tho ques tion hether the appointments to look to the safety of the tourist was made ith an eye to saiety or to political in fluence9 The WESTERN APPEAL is on sale at Fielding Combs' restaurant on Minne sota street. Hon. Erederick Douglass has been invited to be present on August Third, at Lake Minnetonka. A good number of the members of the Grand Lodge stopped over to attend a picnic at Minne-ha-ha on Friday. Amoug them were Sir Knights J. H. Poindexter and wife, Chas. C. Cols...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 5 March 1887

-jf I*.r VOL. II.-NO. 40. WESTERN APPEAL. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WESTERN APPEAL COMPANY, UMBERT BLOCK, ROOM No. 3, COENBB THIRD AND GBDAB STBMM. J. Q. ADAMS, EDITOR. ,*e- TEEMS :Payable in Advance. One month Three months Six months One Year 2 0 50 1.00 1.50 Agents wanted, send for terms. Subscribe for the WBBTBBN APPEAL. All Church and Society notices most be in by Wednesday. Communications desired from all parts of the country. Entered at St. Paul Post-office as second class matter. Commu^Nations without signature re ceive no ntteution. Hurrah ior the Reduced rates. The APPEAL only $1.50 a year. We will not be responsible for senti ments expressed by contributors. Please send subscriptions by Postal Note, Money Order or Registered letter. *5T TAKE NOTICE, ^ff This paper is for sale by C. WALDON, 108, Fifth street, St. Paul L. F. CONNER, 254,4th ave, S Minneapolis CHAS LANDRB, 111, Harrison St., Chicago. R* S. BRYANT, 446, S State St., Chicago. E COOKSON, 103, Manson St.. Peoria. N NEAL, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 5 March 1887

2* Si $' 4 WESTERN APPEAL PUBLISHING COMPANY. ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. CURRENT COMMENT.-- SENATOR VEST is said to be a great reaaer of the Bible and knows whole chapters by heart. MI/* ,.%h' JOHN GILBERT, the actor, is seventy*, seven years of age and has been' oif th6 stage tiftv-niue years. W E MKS. NELLIE GRAXT S ART-OBIS', say*/ a London journal, will spend the latter part of the winter with her mother in New York. L. Q. ROUNDS, a Michigan school teacher, has been arrested for unpro fessional conduct. He was in the habit of going the rounds of the school twice everyday and kissing all the young lady pupils ''just for fun."1 ,.j BISHOP PERKY of Iowa ha.s been in vited by the Archbishop of Canterbury to preach. June 22 the annual sermon before the Venerable Society for Pro pagating the Gospel in Foreign Paris, This event will occur in St. Paul's Cathedral, London. u:/ v^ FIVE thousand persons attended the ball recently given by President Grevy the Elysee. There were 75,000 ap plicatio...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 5 March 1887

Western &$0tat, WESTERS APPEAL PUBLISHING COMPANY. ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. CURRENT COMMENT. SEXATOK VEST is said to be a great reauer of the Bible and knows whole chapters by heart. JOHN GILBERT, the actor is seventy seven ear of age and has been oil*the srtagc lift v-nine years. Mits. NELUE GR\XT SARTORIS, says- a London journal, will .spend the latter part of the winter with her mother in New York. L. Q. Koi'NDS, a Michigan school teacher, has been arrested for unpro- fessional conduct. was in the habit of going the round** of the school twice every day and kiting all the young ladv pupil-. "ju- for fun." Uidiioi" PERKY of Io wa ha*- been in- sikedbs the Archbi-hop of Canterbury to preuch June 22 the annual sermon before the Venerable Society for Pro- pagating the Gospel in Foreign Paris. This eve nt will occur in St. Paul's Cathedra l, London. FIVE thousand persons attended the ball recently given by President Grevy the E see. There were 7f,OU ap plication for tickets. The Malag...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 5 March 1887

Vi V'--, .-c I lite II '^"4 Pestuenjm Tfiiai Walks In 2arkness-4 Bestructton that Wastes at Noonday. W h^e^ublisbed" in "our columns 1 from time to time ditt'orent advertise- ments in regard to Brighlt's Disease"' nnd its cures. VH '3$$jgfe What is this terrible disease?*j$j||i W have taken the .trouble to ma ke 1 an investigation from 'tne'best sources and we give tho results to our readers. What astonishes us is the general in difference given to kidney disorders. The kidneys do hot sound the alarm (of their diseased condition, owing to the fact that they have very few nerves^ hence few suspect that there is any dis ease in them,, limitation/inflammation ulceiati6h se"t in, and than'the ''Viiw tubes, of which the kidneys are full, are destroyed and thrown off, and from tiiis fact are called tube casts. A soon as this begins to take place it is only a question of how fast decom-, position goes on before the disease re sults fatally. If the proper remedies are taken before final dec...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 5 March 1887

I l Iff 1 4?$ J&yHAT I S IT?! B 1 1 &S8 A. Pestilence That Walks In $arkness~ia Destruction l,hat Wastes at Noonday. Wo h^ve published in our columns from time to time different advertise ments in regard to Bright's Pise^se* and its euros. i ~^^f What is this terrible disease? ""k We have taken the trouble to make an investigation from sthe Taest sources and we give the results to our readers. What astonishes us is the general in difference given to kidney disorders. The kidneys do hot spund the alarm iof their diseased condition, owing to the fact that they have very few nerves* hence few suspect that there is any dis ease in them. limitation, inflammation^ tilceiatioh'seVin, and thigh the little tubes, of which the kidneys are full, nre destroyed and thrown off, and from this fact are called tube casts. As soon as this begins to take place it is only a question of how fast decom position goes on before the disease re sults fatally. If the proper remedies are taken before f...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 5 March 1887

IS IT? Pestilence That Walks In DarknessA Destruction that Wastes at Noonday. W haye published in our columns from time to time different advertise- ments in regard to Bright's Disease and its cures. I What is this terrible diseaseP W have taken the trouble to make an investigation from the best sources and give the results to our readers. What astonishes us is the general in- difference given to kidney disorders. The kidneys do not sound the alarm of their diseased condition, owing to the fact that they have very few nerves, hence few suspect that there is any dis- ease in them. Initation, inflammation, uicci ation set in, and then the little tubes, of which the kidneys are full, are destroyed and thrown off, and from this fact are called tube casts. A soon as this begins to take place it is only a question of how fast decom position goes before the disease re sults fatally. I the proper remedies are taken before final decomposition or waste of these tubes commences or be comes too...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 5 March 1887

^EM i I -~^i THK bill closing barber shons on Sun days passed. f% Ma. GEORGE HUNTON has returned A from Chatham, Ont. ^lf THE St. Paul customs collections for *r February were $18,000. ,^J MB. H. W. B. GKBEB, of Minneapolis, was in the city yesterday. gj MES. ISABELLA PEOPLES, of Minneapolis was in the city this week. THE internal revenue collections for February amounted to $25,082.61. MHS. F. J. BRYEE has returned from a three months trip to Kalamazoo, Mich. MRS. H. LEWIS, of Keokuk, Iowa, is in the city the guest of Mrs. C. Coleman, ofKobertstreet. i *& REV. BIRD WILKINS has received a call to the pastorate of Bethesda Baptist Church of Chicago. *.&&+*- THREE hundred and forty-six arrests Were made by the police- during the month of February. Miss CORA FRENCH has returned from Waukesha, Wis., accompanied by her aunt, Mrs. M. J. Brown. Miss BERTHA HEATHCOCK has been act ing as assistant enrolling clerk at the Capitol during the past week. WILLIAM M. ABRAHAMSON, letter ...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 5 March 1887

1: SI I It LOCALS- THE bill closing barber shops on Sun days passed.J. Ms. GEORGE HUNTON has returned from Chatham, Ont. THE St. Paul customs collections %r February were $18,000. ffjjffi MR. H. W. B. GRBBB, "4 was in the city yesterday. MBS. ISABELLA PEOPLES, of Minneapolis of Minneapolis, was in the city this week. THE internal revenue collections for February amounted to $25,082.61/ MBS. F. J. BRYEB has returned from a three months trip to Kalamazoo, Mich. MBS. H. LEWIS, of Keokuk, Iowa, is in the city the guest of Mrs. C. Coleman, of Robert street. "$ &>, ''REV. BIRD WILKINS has received a call to the pastorate, -of-Bethesda. Baptist Church of Chicago. THREE hundred and forty-six arrests were made by the police^,during,the month of February. t.vjjf!$. Miss CORA FRENCH has returned from Waukesha, Wis., accompanied by her aunt, Mrs. M. J. Brown. v^iCi^C Miss BERTHA HEATHCOCK has been act ing as assistant enrolling clerk at the Capitol during the past week. "WILLIAM M. ABRAH...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 12 March 1887

i'U tl 8K \i WESTERN APPEAL. PUBLISHED WEEKLY.^ i "*'${ HI THE TESTERS APPEAL COMPAHY, LAMBERT BLOCK, ROOM No. 3, CORNER THTTtP AND CSDAB STREETS. J. Q. ADAMS, EDITOR. TBKMS :Payable in Advance. One month Three months Six months One Year 2 0 60 1.00 1.50 Agents wanted, send for terms. Subscribe for the WESTERN APPEAL. All Church and Society notices must be in by Wednesday. Communications desired from all parts of the country. Entered at St. Paul Post-office as second class matter. Communications without signature re ceive no attention. Hurrah ior the Reduced rates. The APPEAL only $1,50 a year. We will not be responsible for senti ments expressed by contributors. Please send subscriptions by Postal Note, Money Order or Registered letter. JET TAKE NOTICE, ^ff This paper is for sale by: C. WALDOK, 108, Fifth street, St. Paul. xJoNNER,254,4thave,S Minneapolis CHAS LANDRE, lll.HarrisonSt., Chicago. R. S BRYANT, 446, S State St Chicago E. COOKSON, 103, Manson St Peoria N. L. NEAL,509, W....

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 12 March 1887

rtskm M(i nil* Jfaptol, WB8TBBX ArrsAi. PCMIBHIHO OOMTAKT. ST. PAUL. MINNESOTA. CURRENT COMMENT^] HE wheat crop of Washington Ter ritory for 1886 is placed at 6,800,00 'bushels, from an acreage'!, 445,000. _j. L. ?RfSeFnSXEXiNDKB7 "thedeposed Bulgarian monarch, is lying ill with the small-pox at hi* father's house in Darni *tadt. i 'IT is stated that fully 1200,000 has already been put up on the great ocean yatch race, with the Dauntless as the favorit. JUDGE THOMAS M. JOSEPH, Treasur- er of the Grand Lodge of Odd-Fellows of Texas, has lost $23,185 of thelodge's money in speculation. S LILLIK DEVERKUX BLAKE edits a woman's paper which is called the Question. The selection of this paper's title was a stroke of genius. A MKS. WEST of Red Bank, N. J., has eloped twice with the same. man. She couldn't go West, so she took the other fellow and went to Canada. Ex-Gov. CURTIN was recently called upon by a soldier's widow, for whom he ha secured a pension, and given half a dozen kisses in p...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
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