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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 14 April 1888

Hel F'"k WESTERN APPEAL. NORTHWESTERN PUBLISHING COMPANY. ST. PAUL. MINX. & CHICAGO. ILL THE RE are said to be 292,160 persons In New York City who do not speak English. _^__________ CHINA now furnishes a third only of the toa used in England. India furnish es the greater part 1 GENERAL GREELEY predicts that the hottest days of the coming summer will be July 14, 15 and 16. -t SOME scamp recently decorated, in the night, the great door of Sing Sing (N. prison with the legend: "Hair cut while you wait." GENERAL SHERIDAN has for several years been at work upon his war memoirs, and with the past few days ho completed the last chapter. AY GOULD claims that the under ground railways of London make no better time than do the elevated trains of New York, and says they are dark and stifling with smoke. THE richest child in America is said to be May Sharpless, a little miss of nine years, who is worth $9,000,000 in her own right. Ex-Governor Abbett, of New Jersey, is her guardian, her fat...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 14 April 1888

A Bolfl Solieme to Pension the Survivor* of the "tost Cansp." Give the Demociats full possession of the Government ami with such a majority that they would feel compara tively independent of political chances, and there is no predicting how great Would be their concessions to the ex rebel element. The head of the party, as in the ante-bellum days, is in the South, and it is only a fear of an aroused Northern sentiment that keeps fehe organization as a whole decently within bounds. The attempt of the Administration to return the rebel flags was an unmistakable indication of the disposition of the Democracy to con ciliate the ex-Confederacy and make fast friends of the men who came from battle-fields where they wore butcher ing Union soldiers. i The air is full of signs revealing the drift of Dsmocratic sentiment. The assaults upon the Grand Army, led by such ex-Confederates as Senator Vest and indorsed by leading Democratic papers, coupled with President Cleve land's vetoes of pensio...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 14 April 1888

1 yS&'s MINNEAPOLISI*: Z. W. MITCHELL, MANAGER. Ovncn No. 224 HENNEPIN AVENUE. SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1888. Don't {forget the People's next week. Rev.Lomack will hold services morning and evening to morrow at the Hall, 505 Washington Ave S. The East Side rink will he opened again next Monday evening, where the kings of mirth will reign supreme. The Baptist Mission school will give a social at the hair parlors of Mrs. Farr, 521 Nicollet avenue every two weeks. Their Sabbath school meets at the above number Sabbath afternoons at 3:30 o'clock. The services at Rev. Reynolds church, 505$ Washington Ave. South, shows by the large attendance which is present every Sunday their steady progress and sure victory we feal like saying hurrah for the Rev. Gentleman, The social event of the week has been the grand ball given by the "BigThree" at 52 South Eourth street last Tuesday evening under the management of Prof. J. Waddle, who also furnished music for the occasion, every thing passed off ve...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 28 April 1888

VOL. III.-NO. 48. WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly BY THE Nortostern Publishing Company. OFFICE: ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COR. FOURTH AND CEDAE. ADAMS, Editor. CHICAGO OFFICE. 180 CLARK STREET, ROOM 7. C. ADAMS, Manager. Single copy, per ea 32.OO Six months Three months MibBcrli)tion3 to be paid in m&vmee. WIIBD a)- crlptlons aie not paid in advnnce or by any means are allowed to run without prepayment, the tcran will be 60 cents for each 13 weeks and cents for eaion odd week Marriages and deaths to be announced at all must eome In gea&on to be news. Marriage and death notices, fifty cents Pay rent strictly in advance. Advertising rxtes, fifty cents per square of eight lines solid ngatc each lnsenton. We do not hold otirselv es responsible for the lews of our correspondents Reading notices 15 cents per line. Special rates for advertisements for a longer time than a month A blue cross mark opposite your name denotes that your subscription has expired. Yon will confer a fa or by ...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 28 April 1888

1 WESTERN APPEAL. NORTHWESTERN PUBLISHING COMPANY. ST. PAUL, MINN. & CHICAGO. IT MKS. ELIZABETH CADT STANTON has jfceen president of the Woman's Suf frage Association twenty years. Two SONS of Charles Dickens and son of Anthony Trollope are in the stock-raising business in Australia. THE sea-serpent is on hand early this year, having made his appearance, according to reports, on the Atlantic coast A PHILADELPHIA belle while curling her hair recently dropped a hot slate pencil down her back and was pain fully burned. SAMUEL MORRISON, who recently died in Indianapolis on his ninetieth birthday, was the surveyor who made the first map of Indiana. O N opening the grave recently of S. O. Giliette, whe was buried in the cemetery at Augusta, Ga., about four years ago, it was found that the body was completely petrified. ANT* now the oleomargarine people complain that they are not sure of the lard they buy for butter or for worse. They are afraid that the scoundrels have palmed off' cot...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 28 April 1888

Dr. Richmond SupperJ A cruel trick \v:is played upon thfi Well-known diner-out. Dr. C. M. Rich mond on Saturday night at the Lyceum theatei, says The New York Sun. Th -doctor, with a party of lady friends, sat in a whiskers of the distinguishen bon vivant were glossy with brilliant inc, and his shirt bosom and white waistcoat were made radiant by large gold buttons* the same having no relation whatever to the doctor's profession of dentistry nd tooth filling, as was suggested re cently by a New York paper. Im mediately after the first act the docto, leaned affably over the edge of the box fixed an usher with one of his glitter ing eyes, and said: "Hist!" The usher rushed forward. "If," said the doctor, *'a latter comes here addressed to G. M. Kichmond, please bring it down to me. The usher nodded. When the cur tain fell on the succeeding act the doctoi glared up the aisle and asked the usher, in a loud tone of voice, if that letter had arrived yet for C. M. Richmond. Th usher said i...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 28 April 1888

i4fe ?f Dr. Richmond Snppert A cruel trick was played upoii the Tvoll-known. diner-out, Dr. C. M. Rich anond, on Saturday night at the Lyceum theater, says The New York Sun. The -doctor, with a party of lady friends, sat in a whiskers of the distinguishen. bon vivant were glossy with brilliant ino, and his shirt bosom and white waistcoat were mado radiant by large gold buttons' the same having no relation whatever to the doctor's profession of dentistry and tooth filling, as was suggested re cently by a New York paper. Imr mediately after the first act the docto, leaned affably over the edge of the box fixed an usher with one of his glitter ing ej-es, and said: "Hist!" The usher rushed forward. 1 "If," said the doctor, "a latter comes here addressed to C. M. Richmond, please bring it down to me." The usher nodded. When the cur tain fell on the succeeding act the doctor glared up the aisle and asked the usher, in a loud tone of voice, if that letter had arrived yet for C. M. Richmond...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 28 April 1888

:JV SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1888. Be sure to visit the Peoples Theatre next week. Altman & Co. desires your presence at their clothing establishment. Streets of New York has drawn an immense crowd at the Peoples Theatre this week. Mrs. Charles Hunt, of St. Paul, was in the city Saturday, visiting Mrs. Mary E. Anderson, of 219 8th Ave. S. Mrs. K. L. Smith entertained a number of young people on the 15th at 2.30 p.m. at her residence, 311 7th Ave. S. Don't fail to visit the Misfit clothing parlors, 407 Nicollet Ave., and buy you a spring suit. Look at their spring overcoats, Don't miss next week's play at the peoples theatre, spectacular production ofH. M. S. Pimiiore by the Minne apolis Opera Co. Grand chorus of sixty voices. The East Side rink was opened for the last time this season, last Monday evening, where one of the most pleas ant entertainments was enjoyed by those present. In the issue of the 14 inst a mistake was made in the publication of the Lyceum programme. The essay on...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 26 May 1888

VOL. III.-NO. 52. CHICAGO. Doings of the Past "Week in all Parts of the Great Metro polis of the West. The APPEAL'S News Budget, With this issue the WESTERN APPEAL completes the third year of its existence as a newspaper and the third month of its being as a Chicago paper. On February 25,1888, the first copy of the Chicago i$itioa oXthe APPEAL was issued. Our success in the metropolis of the West has been phenomenal. I three short months the APPEAL has become the leading paper of Chicago and we believe we have today a larger circulation in this city than any other Colored journal. The Conservator is ten years old but it seems that a three montns' infant has outstripped it in the race. The reasons for the extraordin ary success of the APPEAL are obvious. It is preeminently the people's paper. It is in sympathy with the masses and not the organ of any particular class or cheque. The APPEAL treats everybody fairly. We are not yet satisfied, but in tend to continue the good work, and sh...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 26 May 1888

I-11 i! IUH* i 1 WESTERN APPEAL. Published Weekly BY THE northwestern Publishing Company, ST. PAUL OFFICE ROOM 57, UNION BLOCK. COB. FOURTH AND CEDAE. J. Q.ADAMS, Editor. CHICAGO 'OFFIC% 180 CLARK STREET, ROOM 4 C. ADAMS, Manager ?TEJR,1S. Single copy, per year. $2.00 8ix months Ifaree months. 6Q, HabacrtptlOQS to be paid in advance. When eub crlptlons are not:paid in advance or by any meant aw allowed to ran without .prepayment, the torma will be 60 cent* for each33 weeks and 5 cents for *ph odd week. Marriages and deaths to be announced at all must some In season to be news. Marriage and death notices,fiftycents. Payment strictly In advance. Advertising rates, fifty cents per square of eight lines solid agate each Insertion. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views f oar correspondents. Beading notices 35 cents per line. Special rates for advertisements for a longer time than a month. bine cress mark opposite your name denotes fthat yonr subscription has expired. Ton wil...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 26 May 1888

|^9*"V A BENEFITS O PROTECTION. 43anrael Randall Makes an Earnest Plea in Favor of Tariff LegislationA Good Republican Speech Delivered \y Dem ocratic LeaderMr. McKinley, ot tmio, Talks Forcibly Against i!ie Mills Bill. 1 WASHINGTON, May 10 In the Hou&a yester day Mr Randall took the floor in fa\ oic or his Tariff bill He opened his speech by referring to the President's recent message, in which the Ex ecutive advised Con press that the surplus in the Treasury by the 30th ofJune, at the end of the fiscal year, would be expected to reach the sum of $140, 000,000, including prior accumulations, or more closely stated, the sum of $118,000,000, apart from prior ac cumulations, over and above all authorized expenditures, includ SAMUEL RANDAIA. inp the sinking fund for the current year He then quoted from the President's mes sage, defining his position on the tariff and in ternal revenue questions, and said that from the utterance of the President, he understood the Executive to be ad...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 26 May 1888

BENEFITS OF PROTECTION. Samnel J. Kandall Makes an Earnest Plea in Favor of Tariff LegislationA Good Republican Speech Delivered Vy a I)eur ocrat ic LeaderMr. McKinley, ot onto, Talks Forcibly Against the Mil ls Bill. WASHINGTON May 10.In the Kous^ /ester day Mr. Randall took the floor in favor- of his Tariff bill. Ho opened his speech by referring to the President's recent message, in which the Ex ecutive advised Con gress that the surplus in the Treasury by the 30th of June, at the end of the fiscal year, would be expected to reach the sum of $140,- 000,000, including prior accumulations, or more closely stated, the sum of $113,000,000, apart from prior ac cumulations, over and above all authorized expenditures, includ- SAMUE I, RANDALL, ins the sinking fund for the current year. then quoted from the President's mes sage, defining his position on the tariff and in ternal revenue questions, and said that from the utterance of the President, he understood the Executive to be adverse...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 26 May 1888

a s^l T^Jf**K MINNEAPOLIS. Z. W. MI TCHELL, MANAGER. OFFICE NO. 224 HENNEPIN AVENUE. SATURDAY, MAY 261888. Go to Mrs. Geo. Williams for board. Be sure to visit the Peoples Theatre next week. Don't miss next week's play at the Peoples Theatre. Don't miss that excellent play at the Peoples next week. For meals or boarding by the week, go to Mrs. Geo. Williams,219, 3rd street south. For baths haircuts and shaves, go to the Star Hair Cutting and Shaving Parlors. oo to Altman & Co. for an elegant fcpiing suit or anything you Tvant in the line of clothing. Mr.Williams Thornton, who left our city for Boston, some months ago, re turned home last Thursday. Tomorrow evening at the St. Peters A. M. E. Church, will be rendered a musical programme by the A. M. E. choir. Go to Altman & Co, for a spring suit or anything in the line of clothing, pur chase intelligently and let them know you read the APPEAL. Next week Mrs. L. H. Reynolds will leave for St. Louis, Mt. Vernon and the East, her...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 9 June 1888

0* VOL. IV.-NO. 2. CHICAGO. Doings of the Past Week in all Parts of the Great Metro polis of the West. The APPEAL'S News Budget, The pheinonenal success of the WESTERN APPEAL in Chicago and else- where, is making some of our contem poraries feel sick. The APPEAL is the people's paper. It is in sympathy with the masses and not the organ of any particular class or clique. The APPKAL is an impartial newspaper, and the people say it is the best ever published in Chicago. The APPEAL has the largest circulation of any Colored newspaper in Chicago. Send in your name to the office, 180 Clark street, room 4 and have Chicago's leading Colored paper de- livered promptly every Friday. Eead the APPEAL. Madame Nellie Brown Mitchell, June 14. You must read the APPEAL to be well informed about Chicago affairs. Mrs.J. E Bowen leaves this week for Louisville to spend the summer. The APPEAL has the largest circulation of any Colored paper in Chicago. The price of the WESTERN APPEAL is 32 per year, 60c...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 9 June 1888

mwy^r Is If4' 4 *4 1 1 A i ux WESTERN APPEAL, W*P liiililHrTrf^-"^! ill ii-ir-^^^t1itiT!fiflr Hfi* Published Weekly- BY TAB sLgJ^j-je Publishin ST. PAUL OFFICE ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COB. FOURTH AND CKDAK. Q. ADAMS, Editor. tT"** CHICAGO "OFFICE. 180 CLARK STREET, BOOM 4 C. ADAMS, Manager. Single copy, per year. 2.00 Six months 1.10 Three months. 60 auMcrlptUnu to paid In advance. What sub scriptions are not paid In advance or by any mean, are allowed to run without prepayment, the term* will be 80 cent, for each 13 weeka and 5 centa for each odd week Marriage, and death* to lie announced at all must come In season to be news.l Marriage and death notice*,* fifty cent.. Payment atrlctly In advance. Advertising rates, fifty cent.i per square of eight tines .olid agate each Insertions We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views of our correspondents. Beading notices 15 cents per line*, Special rates for advertisements for a longer time than a month. A blue cross mark opposite yon...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 9 June 1888

Epitom of the Weekbirthdan INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. FIFTIETH CONGRESS. FRTDAT, June 1. The Senate passed the House bill to amend the Agricultural College act of 1868. The Indian Appro priation bill was considered. In executive session the nomination of Lieutenant General Sheridan to be General of the Army was confirmed. Adjourned to the 1th. In the House the Senate bill reviving Tor the benefit of Lieutenant-General Sher idan the rank of General of the Army was passed. Reports were presented favoring public buildings at Burlington, la., and Winona, Minn. The Legislative Appro priation bill and the bill for the protection Indian Territory officials were passed. Ihe Tariff bill was further considered. Twelve private pension bills were passed at the evening session. SATURDAY, June 2.The Senate was not tn session. In the House the time was oc cupied in considering the Mills Tariff bill. MONDAT, June 4. In the Senate a large number of bills were taken from the calendar, chiefly pens...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 9 June 1888

$$- Epitome of the Week I 1.1- iHi INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. FIFTIETH CONGRESS. PRIBAT, June 1.The Senate passed the House bill to amend the Agricultural College act of 1863. The Indian Appro priation bill was considered. In executive session the nomination of Lieutenant General Sheridan to be Qeneral of the Army was confirmed. Adjourned to the Ith. In the House the Senate bill reviving for the benefit of Lieutenant-General Sher idan the rank of General of the Army was passed Reports were presented favoring public buildings at Burlington, la., andtion Winona, Minn. The Legislative Appro priation bill and the bill for the protection of Indian Territory officials were passed. The Tariff bill was further considered, fwelve private pension bills were passed at the evening session. SATURDAY, June 2 The Senate was not in session. In the House the time was oc cupied in considering the Mills Tariff bill. MONDAY, June 4. In the Senate a large number of bills were taken from the calendar,...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 9 June 1888

-4- rv 1 1 i. Importe s, Jobbers and Retailers of And all kindred Merchandise. THE PEOPLES' FAVORITE RESORT We Have But Two Prices, A Wholesale Price and A Retail Price. TERMS CASH. THEO. L. HAYS... TREASURER. Grand Opening of the Opera Season. Orders Promptly and Carefully Filled. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Send for Samples. 213 and 215 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis. ST. PAUL PEOPLE'S THEATRE, Cor. Sixth and Franklin Sts. C. WILSON MANAGER. L. W. WALKER Bus. MANAGER. GRAND OPENING MONDAY EVENING JUNE II, THE FINEST Stock Company West of Few York city I the Original Domestic Drama of Four Acts Entitled, "Forsake Me Not" POPULAR PRICES J Prices: 20c, 35c, 50c and 75 cents. PEOPLE'S THEATRE. (MINNEAPOLIS.) W. E STERLING MANAGER. For week commencing Monday, June 11 "The Deshon Star Opera Company" Under the management of Chas Anderson, in the beautiful Opera entitled: EhHimsnf^ ^Nnrmandfll With a brilliant cast, magnificent cos tumes and a chorus of fifty voices. The repertoire of this com...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 16 June 1888

3 J3?T *zz ^-ja** ufc. VOL. IV.-NO. 3. CHICAGO^ Doings of the Past Week in all Parts of the Great Metro polis of the "West. The APPEAI/3 News Budget, The phemonenal success of the WESTERN APPEAL in Chicago and else where, is making some of our contem poraries feel sick. The APPEAL is the people's paper. It is in'sympathy with the masses and not the organ of any particular class or clique. The APPEAL is an impartial newspaper, and the people say it is the best ever published in Chicago The APPEAL has the largest circulation of anv Colored newspaper in Chicago. Send" ~rtr your name to the,l?he office, 180 Clark street, 100m 4 and have Chicago's leading Colored paper de livered promptly every Friday. Fust Cavalry Armory Monday evening, June 18. St. Thomas (hurch will be repainted and repaired shortly. Miss Mary Britton, of Lexington, Ky., is expected in the city next week. You must read the APPEAL to be well informed about Chicago affairs. Everybody will be at the First Cavalry Armory,...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 16 June 1888

'"0 i WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly BY THB Northwestern Publishing Company. ST. PAUL OFFICE, ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COR1. FOURTH AND CEDAR." Q. ADAMS, Editor. CHICAGO ^OFFICE. 180 CLiAlK STREET, BOOM 4 C. ApAMS, Manager. T:BER,MS. Single copy, per year 82.00 Bix months 1-tO Three months 60, buDacripUona to paid in advance. When sub scriptions are not paid in advance or by any mean, are allowed to run without prepayment, the will bou60ween.s centmterm,r fo cent for each 13 weeks and each odd week ICII eomrttsoftote news?" 8ta1 1 us annonace tHc^fa"vance" ,n0tf 8,flftyCent Pay!nen Advertising rates, fifty cents per square of eight lines solid agate each insertion. We do not bold ourselves responsible for the views of our correspondents. Rending notices IS cents per line. Special rates for advertisements for a longer time than a months A blue cros mark opposite your name denotes ENTERED AT POSTOFFJCE AS SECOND-CLASS MATTES ftaTTAKE NOTICE. ~&ff This paper is for sale by: C. WALDO...

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