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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 17 March 1888

g^ WESTERN APPEAL NORTHWESTERN PUBLISHING COMPANY. ST. PAUL. MINN. & CHTCA.GO.TTr TBK Princess of Wales is compelled to-use an ear trumpet. 1, 1 Two CRANKS at Buffalo are getting ready to shoot Niagara Falls in a bar rel of peculiar construction. THE man who doesn't happen to blow into the muzzle of his gun gen erally lives to file the, end of a .dyna mite cartridge. '_&&$% A CLUB-ROOM ia Portland, Me., fur nishes a valuable object lesson. It is papered with, lottery tickets, not one of which drew a cent $ 1 A. CONNECTICUT man who has traded horses two thousand one hundred and twenty times, now has an animal worth fifty dollars for his cuten ess. $,$ A SECOND time within a tew days one brother in Chicago accidentally shot another, and the revo:ver that was not loaded did the damage in both cases. HE sum anil substance of all that hns thus far been found out about win ter cholera is that you get it when you get it, and when you get over it you get it again. A RELIGIOUS re...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 17 March 1888

AX U^:-r k^ nmwuiwiwnnnin mm* *awhMMidMMaMMWMW|ia^B^M WESTERN APPEAL NOBTHWESTEBN PUBLISHING COMPANY. i?ST PAUL. MINN. A CHICAGO, yr THK Princess of Wales is compelled to.use an ear trumpet. Two CRANKS at Buffii lo are getting ready to shoot Niagara Falls in a bar rel of peculiar construction. HE man who doesn't Happen to blow into the muzzle of his gun gen erally lives to file the end of a dyna mite cartridge. 2j*5 A CLUB-ROOM iu Portland, Me., fur nishes a valuable object lesson. It is papered with, lottery tickets, not onefication. of which drew a cent a. CONNECTICUT inan who has traded horses two thousand one hundred and twenty times, now has an animal worth fifty dollars for his ruteness. A SECOND time within a few days one brother in Chicago accidentally shot another, and the revolver that was not loaded did,the,damage in both Onon. *'r .1 -&S cases. %*f&/g:/"-:Xfc'% -AweEastern *^a x' %f, rf' 3& |^V f? a SW,rt"C." $% be interestinor. |f|?^ 'Ks"! 8ix ai fCl^l^iT wa...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 17 March 1888

B iy f\.,, mjtartlia's Grave. Savannah News: Down in Houston county there is an ancient village called Old Wilner. It was nee Un ol. I county 3ite. While it was in its most prosperous days there was a big echo there, and there came a teachef from ihe North to take charge of the ftcadi my. His name was Mo re. Du ring- !iis residence there he lost his wifc whom he loved very dearly. He hac her buried in the old burying grounr of Wilner, and out of hi3 meagre fund? hiv erected a marble tombstone at tin head of h^r grave. As ft was locatei in the wild wood as cemeteries genera! ly were then, it was a favorite hunting ground for the juvenile population Thus it came about that the half ob literated epitaph appears to-day, cut deep in the mossy stone: "Boys, Don't Shoot Birds' Arou.,d Martha's rave.' The rmrne Martha Anna Moore, with date of birth and death, appear above It is a curious epitaph, and as none of the family live in this country, it is tht only bit of history left concerning t...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 17 March 1888

& it iviiNEI t-.a*3r* ,J W IN" $-**,-'- khmAa m4 ffitil Z. W. MITCHELL* MANAQ&R. OPFICB NO ^24 P^NN^EKS AVBNVB. SATURDAY, MABlOH 17,1888^ "What is, the, Minnesota Protective League doing?" is aquation that has often been a&ke&Jmtseldom anajReged satisfactorily. TJhe. League., was organ. ized Dec, 5,^ 1.837', i*$ o^qe^ei cboj$n, it$ arms grand! Tjje. fte^^OJfJ^^ivailo^ was heralded to the world, and the people of Mhyiesoia.we^ considered to be progressing. The time., for wnrkje here, hut $tiat is the League going? Let %ho question be answered J^y the organization before \l\& interes,|*3n it wanes,tand the idea tha.tit was only a political seheme^ prevails. There is great work to d.oin, *H. fiJigmS^W ty subordinate leagues, in e.very town and hamlet where, one desired. Aud this shonld be begun at once, not merely to give a}!, a chance toxoid qffices, but to Ajroxk. II the League to be ol any benefit for those whom it was intended to benefit, now, is the time to beg...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 17 March 1888

I w*f Z. W. M^H^l^^G OFFICE wu '-What ^eMiDBeeoU Pxofectiy^ fiAr?w"eB&r League dping?" is aqu^^^has SwetK^ti^ *tooU^- often been, a&q&^yoMjmJ satisfactorily...$be, L|au,fu^ ised Dec, 5, ,lJ^7vJ*ft P^m^^** aims grand. '^riwm9$fatetiM& was heralded to the worldj, and the people^ Iijpf so^e conjs^red^ be! RjgJ*5aing..' Tfee ttw^for ifcpr* la bfsret buTtf gjtyti,, is $#, itf^*EP MMl Let Ijhe question be answered Jtaw organiz^jpo. be&re ^v& intexes^hi wai^ee^and the idea, tha it, was only, a poetical, 'scheme, prevails. .,.Titttt&\w great'work to & .^MMaWWM -subordinate leagues, in e^very tpwnAn^ hamlet wh,e.r^t o^e^^ ^desired.^ this shonid he began at? once, noi merely to -give, aft a ,ebjnoa toxoid dj&c.es, but. to. ..w^ox*. If *fee League u? to be olany benefit for Hhoae whom it was, injen,ded to benefit, no^is.^he^l&js to begin work in ..earnest. TbWe^axV The item in issue feh, 28th,lTega,rd- ing the ',gemmans" that were taken to' ttiie. lockup...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 24 March 1888

tiff 1*5-vl A. VOL. III.-NO. 43. WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly BY THE northwestern Publishing Company. OFFICE: ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COR. FOURTH AND CEDAR. Q. ADAMS, Editor. CHICAGO OFFICE. 180 CLARK STREET, ROOM 7. C. ADAMS, Manager. TERMS. Single copy, per ea S2.00 Six months jj O Three months QQ, bnbscrlptlons to be paid In ad^ once. When auh iscriptlons nrc not pnid in advance or by any means ore uiiowed to run without prepayment, the term* will be 60 cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for och odd week Marriages and deaths to be announced at all must ome lu season to be news. Marriage and death notiLPs, fifty cents. Payment Mrlctly in advance. AdTOTtising wtes, fifty cents per square of eight JUies solid agate each inseitioa. We do not hold oui selves responsible for the \iew8 of our correspondents. Reading notices 15 cents per line. Specfil rates for advertisements for a longer time than a month A blue tross mark opposite your name denotes that your subscription has expired...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 24 March 1888

s"\ i*: 0 '$'-- %J^ WESTERN APPEAL. NORTHWESTERN PUBLISHI NG COMPANY. ST. PAUL. MINN. & CHICAGO. ILL FLORIDA expects to ship one million boxes of oranges this year. re THE Canadian Government has de termined to grant no further aid to im migrants. ALL railroad clerks leaving Kansas City are now supplied with arms and ammunition. THIS is a gr8 year for John Haight, of Haight County, Md will be 88 on the 8 th day of the 8t month of 1888. A NEW YORK man at his death left to his son-in-law receipts for all the bills lie had paid for him and nothing more. ONE of the singers at a public con cert in Reading, Pa. was a lady seven ty-three years old. The musical critic said she had a fine voice. A N exchange gets at a popular weak ness in this manner: "Think twice be fore you believe every evil story that you hear, and think twenty times be fore you repeat it, especially if it is about a woman." SOME one who has been looking up the records of 2,619 female graduates of American colleges s...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 24 March 1888

f"7?.*TJ' l&Ss wz i PAUL. MINN. & CUICKGUf FLORIDA expects to ship one million boxes*of oranges this year. ^mx THE Canadian Government has 'termined to grant no farther aid toim migrants ALL railroad clerks leaving Kansas City are now supplied with arms and ammunition. THIS^S a gi8 year for John Haight, of Haight County, Md. He will be 88 on the 8 th day of the 8th month of 1888? A NEW YORK man at his death left to his son-in-law receipts for all the bills he had paid for him and nothing more. ONE of the singers at a public con cert in Heading, Pa., was a lady seven ty-three years old. The musical critic said she had a fine voice. AN exchange gets at a popular weak ness in this manner. "Think twice be fore you believe every evil story that you hear, and think twenty times be fore you repeat it, especially if it is about a woman." SOME- one who has been looking up theiecoidsof 2,619 female graduates of Ameiiean colleges says that 998 are mairied, 949 are teachers, 183 aie in ...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 24 March 1888

I -4\ I. AN OPEN CONFESSION.- A Reformed Democrat Tells Why He Juinc.i the Republican Party. A Minucsosa Democrat,' originally from the South, has seen the error of his ways, has repented, and-will hence forth show his change of faith by his works.- His confession appears in the Minneapolis Tribune. In the South he grew up a Democrat "by absorption." His Democracy was not shaken by the shot-guu policy, and if He had stayed below the Mason and Dixon line he would have remained a Democrat to this day. But the disreputable and criminal methods upon which the Ames Gubernatorial campaign was conduct ed were too much for him. He has re pudiated the party for the sake of his political manhood, and is henceforth a Republican. To use his own words:**! I have been a life-long Democrat, and to ray friends of that party 1 have no apologies or ex cuses to make for what I now have to say. In the first place 1 confess to an ignorance of the silence of politics that any Democrat might be proud of, ...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 24 March 1888

I 1 I i:.i St^fr AN OPEN CONFESSION.fg A Reformed Democrat Tells Why He Jolne the Republican Party. A Minuesosa Democrat, originally from the South, has seen the error of his ways, has repented, and will hence foi th show his change of faith by his works. His confession appears in the Minneapolis Tribune In the South he grew up a Democrat "by absorption." His Democracy was not shaken by the shot-gun policy, and if lfe had stayed below the Mason and Dixon line he would have remained a Democrat to this day. But the disreputable and criminal methods upon which the Ames Gubernatorial campaign was conduct ed were too much for him. He has re pudiated the party for the sake of his political manhood, and is henceforth a Republican. To use his own words: I have been a life-long Democrat, and to my friends of that party 1 have no apologies or ex cuses to make for what I now have to say. In the first place 1 confess to an ignorance of the silence of politics that any Democrat might be proud of...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 24 March 1888

fe^* vfl .^llMiNNEAPOLIS. Z. W. MITCHELL, MANAGER. OFFICE NO. 224 HENNEPIN AVENUE. SATURDAY, MARCH 24,1888. Journalism is becoming a great in dustry among our people. There are several publishing establishments, owned and controled by Colored in 1 corporations and syndicates. Our people are intelligently grasping the facts that the success of any enterprise must depend upon, and emenate from the support of the people, for whom such industry is advanced. That is if our organs and publishing establish ments are to be a success, the people for whom they exist must put" a shoulder to the wheel.and further them onward. We should not expect the white people to contribute to the suc cess of our enterprises, while we remain indifferent and inactive. There are many first class newspapers published by Colored men, whose broad concep tion of the work is manifested in glow ing terms for our interest.^ For pleasant hours of pastime, go^to the People's Theatre. Messrs Solomon Saunders and J. Jone...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 24 March 1888

IB ts*#f 4 $& iMiNNEAPOLI&l Z. W. MITCHELL, MANAGER. OFFICE NO. 224 HBNNBPIH AV SATURDAY, MARCH 24,1888. '^Journalism is becoming p, great in* dnstrf among our people,. -There are several publtehing^. establishmente, owned and controled by Colored in corporations and syndicates. ,Our people 'are intelligently grasping the facts that the success of any enterprise must depend upon, and emenate from the support of the .people, for whom such industry is advanced'. That is if our organs and publishing establish ments are to be a success, the people for whom they exist must' put" a shoulder to the wheel.and further them onward.' We should not expect the cess of our enterprises, while we remain indifferent and inactive. There are many first class newspapers published by Colored men, whose broad, concep tion'of the work is manifested in-glow ing terms for our interestA!V $ 0 For pleasant jhours, of pastime, go to' the People's Theatre:. Messrs Solomon Saunders and J. Jofies, are ser...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 7 April 1888

WESTERN APPEAL. Published Weekly BY THE Northwestern Publishing Company. OFFICE: ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COR. FOUBTir AND CEDAR. Q.ADAMS, Editor. CHICAGO OFFICE. 180 CLARK STREET, KOOJT 7 C. ADAMS, Manager. TERMS. Single copy, per ear Q2.00 Six months 0 Three months QQ fcuiiscrfpt'ims to be paid in nA\ ance. Whetf eali crlpl li8 re not paid In SUVMBLS or by any mi aos pre nl'owed to run without prppayraent. the terms will be 6U tents for acU 13 ecks and 5 cents for eoeh odd ee'e Mmrlatirs ai.d deaths to be announced at all must Come In season to be news. MarriHRc and death notluoa,* fifty cents. Pay nent strictly ia ath mice. AiH i rtialnj rites, fifty cents per square of eight lines solid nRate each lnseition. We do not hold ourscHea responsible for the \iews of our corresronde.its llendin^ notices 15 cents per line. fr'peelHl rates for nd\ cr.laemei.ts for a lorger time than a r.ion h. A blue os mark opposite your name denotes tliit your subsuipdon has expfied. Yuu will confer a ivo...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 7 April 1888

5 WESTERN APPEAL. XoRtaWtoSTKKJT PUBLISHING COMPANY. 8T. PAUL. MINN & CHICAGO. ILL. THE town of Mason, Me., has thirty* four voters, twenty-one of whom are named Bean. Louis KOSSU TH is still living:'at Tu rin with his sister, in good health and busy with his autobiography. A PHILADELPHIA oculist declares that the use of opera-glasses strains the optic nerve and injures Jthe eye -aaasssessa lgh Louis KOSSUTH lives with his sister, Mme. Ruttkay, in Turin, Italy. is past eighty-five, but in good health, And takes his daily walk. i MiTn FOUR times has the White House been draped in mourni ng since Presi dent Cleveland became its occupant for Grant, for Hendricks, for Arthur and for Waite. THE Poughkeepsie (N. Y.) Board of Excise entire was recently tried and convicted on the charge of granting a hotel license where there was no hotel and nothing but a saloon. SA YS an imaginative statistician: "I Texas Were a circular lake and France a circular island, the island could be anchored ...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 7 April 1888

f\ User. Wi I WESTERN APPEAg KoraWfeSTSBirFuBU8UiH GOUPA&X) P. PAUL. MINN. & CHICAGO* ffe TRK town of Mason, Me., hits thirty* four voters, twenty-one ,og whom arm named Bean. Loins KOSSUTH is still living at Tu rin with his sister, in good heaj||hn busy with his autobiography. A PHILADELPHIA oculist declares that the use of opera-glasses strains the optie nerve and injures the eye eight H54 & Louis KOSSUTH lives with his sister. Mm*. Ruttkay, in Turin, Italy. He is past eighty-five, but in good health, and takes his daily walfc FOUR times has the White House been draped in mourning since Presi dent Cleveland became its occupant for Grant, for Hendricks, for Arthdr and fn. Wotta. -X-'JlW^ and for Waite HE Poughkeepsie (N. $.} ,___ Excise entire was recently "tried *and ^Jfionvicted on the charge of granting a hotel license where there was no hotel and nothing but a saloon. SAYS an imaginative statistician: Texas were a circular lake and France a circular island, the isla...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 7 April 1888

A K,s- INGALLS" ARRAIGNMENT. -Democratic Pretenses Ixioaod in Terms of Patriotic Klc|nc.i j0. When aroused to miuileutu.il indig nationhis emotions :ue singularly well under control at oil timesSea* ator Ingalls is the tno* energetic* brilliant, aggressive, peitinent, and if need bo, withering of political orators. His masteily command of language, the accumulative force of his faultless rhetoric, the vigor and originality of his ideas in logical expression, the au dacity ot his antitheses, and the dom inant fact that he is never without the courage of his convictions, make him a man to be feared as ^ell as admired* He is to the American what Cicero was 'to the Roman Senate, and his philip pics, as his speech on the Pension bill attests, are as punitive of the culprit Democracy ever were the invectives of the patriotic judge of conspirators against the peace, dignity and honor of the State of Rome. In coming to the defense of the soldier interests it is the business of the Democracy...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 7 April 1888

1 INGALLS* ARRAIGNMENT. Democratic Tretonifs tutioci in Terms of Patriotic Kl(.qir:ija. When aroused to mttilpctual indig nationhis emotions an singularly well under control at nil timesSen ator Ingalls is the most energetic, brilliant, aggressive, peitinont, and if need be, withering of poliiic.il orators. His masteily comma nd of language, the accumulative force of his faultless rhetoric, the \igor and originality of his ideas in logical expression, the au dacity of his antitheses, and the dom inant fact that he is never without the courage of his convictions, make him a man to be feared as ell as admired. He is to the American what Cicero was 'to the Roman Senate, and his philip pics, as his speech on the Pension bill attests, are as punitive of the culprit Democracy ns ever were the invectives of the patriotic judge of conspirators against the peace, dignity and honor of the State of Rome. I coming to the defense of the soldier interests it is the business of the Democracy to as...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 7 April 1888

INGALLS* ARRAIGNMENT. ^Democratic Pretenses 'used in Terms of Patriotic Klcq'ieaje. When aroused to intellectual indig nationhis emotions ai singularly well under contiol at nil timesSea* ator Ingalls is the most energetic, brilliant, aggressive, pertinent, and if need be, withering of political orators. His mastei ly command of language, the accumulative force of his faultless rhetoric, the vigor and originality of his ideas in logical expression, the au dacity of his antitheses, and the dom inant fact that he is never without the courage of his convictions, make him a man to be feared as ^ell as admired* is to the American what Cicero was "to the Roman Senate, and his philip pics, as his speech on the Pension bill attests, are as punitive of the culprit Democracy as ever were the invectives of the patriotic judge of conspirators against the peace, dignity and honor of the State of Rome* I coming to the defense of the soldier interests it is the business of the Democracy to assail ...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 7 April 1888

=w ft #\if,\ pt- "V Z. W. MITCHELL, MANAGER, Si ft!* TTO *'"\'vT**^f jy* "'"^y MINNEAPOLIS. OvncK No. 224 HENKEMN AvENUE^f SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1888. Mrs. James Arimngham is quite ill at jber home, 2435 29th avenue South. MiSB Jennie Hilyer left our city on the 6:40 train headed towards Omaha. N. B. where she "will spend several days visiting friends. l&^Bf Rev. W. Grey, of the Pilgrim Baptist church of St. Paul, preached an eloquent sermon to a large congregation at Rev. Lomack's church last Sunday. Mr. David Thornton was suddenly called to Baltimore, occasionnd by the death of his mother. Mr. Thornton has been in our city for some time, and has made many fiiends who extend their heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved young man. %ye Look out for the4May queen entertain ment which wiil be given by that suc cessful club (Excelsior.) on the fiist day of this coming May. The members of the Excelsior have always proved them selves zealous and industiious in every thing they have undeitake...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 14 April 1888

VOL. III.-NO. 46. WESTERN APPEAL. Published Weekly BY THE Northwestern Publishing Company. OFFICE: ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COR. FOUETn AND CEDAR. J. Q. ADAMS, Edito r. CHICAGO OFFICE. 180 CLARK STREET, ROOM 7. C. ADAMS, Manager. Single copy, per earn ^Q 0 I months JQ Three moutht QQ w"??C a ance. When sub I 0 I ,al 0 I'H !on 8 i rlpt ons ve not paid In ail vonce or by anv means wfin,C(i cents for tach 13 weeka and 5 cents for *8ch odd week Maniagts and deaths to be announced at all must come In season to be news. \larrlapro and death notkns, fifty cents Pay-rent *trii,il advance. AdvtrtlslnBiates, fifty cents per square of eight linen solid aiwtc tacti Insertion. Wo do not hold onrselv es responsible for the views or our coirespondents Reading notices 15 cents per line. Special rates for advertisements for a longer time than a moii'h A. blue ci 013 mark oppositee your name denotes *i at your suloilpt(o0 haCs expired. Ton will confer a favor by rent, win.g,the samp. -iP- I ?.n attl llI...

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