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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 16 June 1888

mm i The so the Week. TELEGRAPH AND MAIL. FIFTIETH CONGRESS. THURSDAY, June 7.A debate took pla ce in the Senate over the report of the Committee on Foreign Relations on the fisheries treat y. Routine business fol lowed, after which the Senate adjourned to the 11th. I the House debate on the Tariff bill was resumed, consideration of the lumber schedules of the free list being finished. The conference report on the Bay City (Mich.) public building bill, lim iti ng the cost to $200,000, was agreed to. FRIDAY, June 8.The Senate was not in session. I the House debate on the Tariff bill was resumed, and an amend ment the salt paragraph i the bill to exclude bulk salt from the fr ee list and admit only dairy and table salt was re jected. A the evening session thirty-three private pensi on bills were passed. SATURDAY, June 9.There was no ses sion of the Senat e. I the House bills were passed authorizing the erection of a public building at Jackson, Mich., at a cost of 50,000, and one at Ot...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 16 June 1888

"-^I MSSSf^ uS$* J// 7 FINEST ASSORTMENT/^ Scotch and Irish Tweed Business Suits to order Dress Trousers Spring Overcoats "^W^S"^*-*^'* S. E OLSON & O Importer Jobbers and Retailers of &- DRY COODS! DRY GOODS! An all kindred Merchandise. THE PEOPLES'FAVORITE RESORT THE CHIEF BARGAIN HOUSE OF THE WEST 213 & 215 NICOLLET AV.j MINNEAPOLIS. DEPARTMENTS: 1. Silks, Velvets and Plushes. 2. Black and Mourning Dress Goods. 3. Foreign and Amer- ican Colored Dress Goods. 4. Linings. 5. White Goods. 6. Wash Dress Fabrics. 7. Flannels, Cloths and Woolens. 8. Prints. 9. Sheetings and Colored Cottons. 10. Linens. 11. Hosiery and Underwear. 12. Men's Furnishing Goods. 13. Laces and Embroideries. 14. Gloves and Mittens. 15. Ribbons, Trimmings and Buttons. 16. Notions and Jewelry. 17. Parasols and Umbrellas. 18. Cloaks, Suits and Shawls. 19. Millinery. 20. Corsets, Skirts and Bustles. 21. Oil Cloths, Rugs and Mattings. 23 Curtains, Draperies and Upholstering. 24. Blankets, Quilts, Pillows...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 23 June 1888

W ALL CLASSES Get a Fair Show in THE APPEAL, VOL. IV. NO. 4. CHICAGO. Doings of the Past "Week in ail Parts of the Great Metro polis of the West. The APPEAL'S News Budget, This has been a week of booms. The Gresham, Allison, Alger, Harrison, Depew, McKinley, Blaine and various other booms and boomlets have been duly considered by the representatives of 60,000,000 of citizens. The APPEVL boom began about three months ago and still continues, and now the APPEAL has the largest circulation of anv Colored paper published Chicago. We come out with anew dress on today and Ave feel just as happy as woman un der similar circumstances. Nice isn't it? The APPEAL is the people's paper. All classes are treated fairly. It is in sympathy with the masses and not the organ of auy particular class or clique. The people say the APPEAL is the best Colored paper ever published in Chicago. If you are not a regular sub scriber send jour name to the office, 180 Clark street, room 4 and have Chicago's lead...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 23 June 1888

ALL GLASSES Get a Fair Show in THE APPEAL VOL. IV. NO. 4. CHICAGO. Doings of the Past Week in all Parts ot" the Great Metro polis of the West. The APPEAL'S News Budget. This has been a week of booms. The Gresham, Allison, Alger, Harrison, Depew, McKinley, Blaine and various other booms and boomlets have been duly considered by the representatives of 60,000,000 of citizens. The APPEAL boom began about three months ago and still continues, and now the APPEAL has the largest circulation of anv Colored paper published \n Chicago. We come out with anew dress on today and we feel just as bappy as woman un der similar circumstances. Nice isn't it? The APPEAL is the people's paper. All classes are treated fairly. It is in sympathy with the masses and not the organ of any particular class or clique. The people sav the ArrHAL is the best Colored paper ever published in Chicago. If you are not a regular sub scriber send in your name to the office, 180 Clark street, room 4 and have Chicago's le...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 23 June 1888

v 'wuCS^fB* WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly g BY THB Northwestern ST. PAUL OFFICE, BOOM 27, UNION BLOCK. 1 COB. FOURTH AND CEDAR. Q. ADAMS, Editor. CHICAGO "OFFICE. 180 CLARK STREET, BOOK 4 C. ADAMS, Manager. Single copy, per year... 52.00 Bix&onfche 1.10 Three months. GO Bu&Msnptlonj to toe pld In advance. When guh crfetloai are not paid In advance or by any means are allowed to run without prepayment, the terms win be 60 cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for each odd week Marriages and deaths to be announced at all must come In season to be news. Marriage and death notices, fifty cents. Payment strictly In advance. 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. Beading notices 15 cents per line. Special rates for advertisements for a longer time than a month. A blue cress mark opposite your name denotes that your subscription has expired. Ton will confer a fav...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 23 June 1888

ssj 23WJ $JC= 1 *X, -v /-T'.&Wife^s^^^r^ First Day's Proceeding*. Wise, Mahone, and others made speeches. Wise asked the chair for recognition, but Butterworth (Ohio) was revognized by the chair, who said that as a matter of course and according to all parliamentary usages, Mahone would be excluded from the com mittee while his case was under considera tion. The convention adjourned for the day at 3:31. The committee on permanent organiza tion held a mee ing after the adjournment of the convention and unanimously decided upon Hon. M. M. Estee, of Ca'ifornia, for permanent chairman. The committee then took up the Virginia contest and speeches were made by ex-Con gressman Brady (anti-Mahone), and John A. Watts, S. B. Allen and A. C. Harris (Ma- hone), all of Virginia. Gen. Mahone and ex-Congressman Wise also presented their sides of. the case, but without reaching any conclusion the committee adjourned for the day. The platform committee also held an eve ning session, McKinley (Oh...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 23 June 1888

i 0m \i ^A-l^A^! PERSONAL AND LITERARY. Bret Harte is said to be making 'rom $7,000 to $10,000 a year in Lon lon. William O'Brien, the Irish leader, lays that "journalists are the watch logs of civilization." Mr. Ruskin has written sixty-foui? books, and his annual receipts from ais publisher reach $20,000. The German daily newspaper hav ing the largest circulation in the-world is publised in New York, not in Ger many. A French translation of "Dr. Jekyll uid Mr. Hyde has been made which Is commended by Mr. Stevenson. It will appear in a French review, and later in book form. It is noted of a certain Canadian newspaper that all its editorial page is devoted to Canadian topics, except the humorous column, which is made up from American papers. Miss Amelie Rives, the Virginia novelist, has, says the Atlanta Con stitution, been offered $30,000 by a New York publishing house for a novel. This is the largest offer ever received by an American author. Lord Salisbury, Premier of En gland, w...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 30 June 1888

FRESH, BRIGHT, BREEZY. The News in THE APPEAL VOL. IV: NO. 5. CHICAGO. Doings of the Past Week in all Parts of the Great Metro polis of the West. The APPEAL.'3 News Budge t, Harrison is the man. The Republi can National Convention, after a session of nearly a week succeeded in nomina ting a man for the first place on the ticket. About three months ago the WESTEBN APPEAL appeared before the people of Chicago and in a short space of time has won the first place in the public heart, and now the APPEAL has the largest circulation of any Colored paper published in Chicago. The ArrEAii io the pp.nplo'o paper. All classes are treated fairly. It is in sympathy with the inaBbes and not the organ of any particulai class or clique. The people say the APPEAL is the best Colored paper ever published in Chicago. If you are not a regular sub scriber send in your name to the office, 180 Clark street, room 4 and have Chicago's leading Colored paper de livered promptly every Friday. Personal Points, ...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 30 June 1888

FRESH, BRIGHT,BREEZY. The News in THE APPEAL Doings of the Past Week in ail Parts of the Gre at Metro polis of the West. The APPEAL'S News Budget, Harrison is the man. The Republi can National Convention, after a session of nearly a week succeeded nomina ting a man for the first place on the ticket. About three months ago the WESTEBN APPEAJ, appeared before the people of Chicago and in a short space of time has -non the Hist place in the public heart, and now the AFIEA has the largest ch dilation of any Colored paper published in Chicago. The ArrEAL io thp people papei. All clashes are treated fairly. It is in sympathy with the masbes and not the organ of any particulai class or clique. The people say the APPKAL is the best Colored paper ever published in Chicago. Ifyouaic not a regular sub scriber send in youi name to the office, ISO Clark street, room 4 and have Chicago's leading Colored paper de livered promptly e-sery Friday. Personal Points, Mr. C. W. Mines, of Louisville, is i...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 30 June 1888

10 4. kz WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly BY THE Northwestern Publishing ST. PAUL OFFICE, KOOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COB. FOURTH AND CEDAR. Q.ADAMS, Editor. CHICAGO "OFFICE. 180 CLARK STREET, BOOM 4 C. ADAMS, Manager. TERMS. Single copy, per year. .^2.00 Six months M. 1.10 Three months. 6& tJnbBcnpttons to De paia advance. When sub criptlons are not paid in advance or by any means are allowed to run without prepayment, the term* will be 60 cents for each 18 weeks and 5 cents for each odd week Marriages and deaths to be announced at all must come In season to be news. Marriage and death notices, fifty cents. 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 of our correspondents. Reading notices IS cents per line. Special rates for advertisements for a lor tr time than a month A blue cross mark opposite yonr name denotes that your subscription has expired. Yon will confe...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 30 June 1888

i THE 1881m Pull Text of the Platform Adopted by the Republicans. Protection to Be the Slogan Vigorously Scoring the Mills BillTrusts De- nouncedGold and Stiver tor MonejOther Points. THE PLATFOBM. CHICAGO, .Tune 22 Following is the full text the Republican platform The Republicans of the United States, as sembled by their delegates in National con vention, Dause on the threshold of their pro ceedings, to honor the memory of their first great leader, the immortal champion of liberty and the rights of the peopleAbraham Lincoln and to cover, also, with wreaths im perishable remembrance and gratitude the heroic names of our later leaders, who have heen more recently called away from our coun cils Grant, Gairield, Arthur, Logan, Conkling. May their memories be faithfully cherished. We also recall with our greetings, and with fIvingrheroesBwhose traye for hi recovery, the name of one of our memory will be treasured in the history both of Republicans and of the Republicthe name of that no...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 30 June 1888

L^ ^=i fl 53 Si* I K?v!' ."..J.?-W*~s?i -s*aUJafc God gives every bird its food, but ioes not throw it into the nest. Among the books that have helped them, pugilists always enumerate the jcrap-book. Pitch. The man who has'worked himself up in this world is always- the hardest ?n those beneath him* ^-Judge: An exchange says "there are- Coo- many humorists." Mistake.- There- sire too many pretended huouorasts. All men are born free and- equal, according to law but all of thorn* do aot stay that way.N. 0. Picayune: A good many of the people who are settling in Canada are those who have neglected to do any settling ore* aere.Tonkers Statesman. Nothing will make a healthy man iired quicker than reading along list D! rules for good health. Martha1s Vineyard Herald. An Atchison (Kas.) woman did a big washing the other day, cooked Sinner and whipped a child, and then fell dead from over-exertion. If the world were willing to accept most men at their own valuation it would have to go into v...

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 July 1888

AH! THERE MY FRIEND. You Should Read THE APPEAL. VOL. IV: NO. 6. CHICAGO. Doings of the Past Wee iu all Part of tlie Great Metro polis of the West. The APPEAL' S News Budget, Wednesday was the glorious Fourth. It was pioperly celebrated by the small bov with crackers, Roman candles, spit devils, bombs, etc. The fouith month of the APPEAL boom is now com pleted and we rejoice. The APPEAL has the largest circulation of auy Colored "paper published in Chicago^ The APPEAL is the peoples paper. All clashes aie treated fairly. It is in sympathy with the masses and not the oiganofany paiticular class or clique. The people say the APPEAL is the best Colored paper ever published Mn Chicago. Ifyouaie not a regular sub scriber send in your name to the office, 180 Clark street, room 4 and have Cliicigo's leading Colored paper de J'Uied \nomptly every Friday. 1 3 sui lo i to tl St Thomas (no'tic, July 10 DniiL Zo/out-, the new health chink, Mias Jennie Randall is still danget ously ill Mi. Geo. ...

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 July 1888

J# ^"^t MMJBBMI VOEMV: NO. 6. CHICAGO. Doings of the Past Week in Parts of the Great Metro polls of the West. all The APPEAL'S News Budget, Wednesday was the glorious Fourth. It was properly celebrated by the small bov with crackers, Roman candles, spit devils, bombs, etc. The fourth month of the APPEAL boom is now com pleted and we rejoice. The APPEAL has the largest circulation of any CblbreoT $aper jmblishe/l jn Chicago* The APPEAL is the people's paper. All classes aie treated fairly. It is- in sympathy with the masses and not the organ of any particular class or clique. The pbople say the APPEAL is the best Colored paper ever publish ect^in Chicago. If you are not a regular sub scriber send in your name to the office, 180 Clark street, room 4 and have Chicago's leading Colored paper der hvered promptly everv Friday, ^/^f* lie sure -T to tbe St. Thomas p*emc, July 10, Brink Zozone, the new health (Irink, MissUJennie Randall is still danger- 0US| &U Mr. Geo. Glass, 47 Campbel...

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 July 1888

WESTERN APPEAL, Published Weekly BY THB Northwestern Publishing Company, ST. PAUL OFFICE, BOOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COB. FOURTH AND CEDAR. Q.ADAMS, Editor. CHICAGO "OFFICE. 180 CLARE STREET, ROOM 4 C. ADAMS, Manager. MIN'AP'LIS OFFICE, 224 HENNEPIN AVENUE. Z. W MITCHELL, Manager. TERMS. Single copy, per year. 2.00 Six months 1.10 Three months 60 Subscriptions to tie paid la advance. When sub scriptions are not paid in advance or by any mean, re allowed to ran without prepayment, the term. will be 60 cent, for each 13 week, and 5 cents for each odd week. Marriage* and deaths to be announced at all must eome lu season to be news. Marriage and death notices, fifty cents. Payment strictly in advai.ee. Advertising r-tes, fifty cents per square of eight lines solid agate each insertion. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views of our correspondent.. Beading notices IS cents per line. Special rates for advertisements for a lop r time than a month. A blue cross mark opposite your name...

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 July 1888

\#lfei TOLD LUCK. formal Notification of His Nomination Received by General Harrison The Nominee's Address Accepting: the Honor. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., July 5.The commit tee appointed by the National Republican convention yesterday performed the first of its duties by officially informing General Harrison of his nomination for the Presi dency. Thirty-three members of the com mittee were present, as follows: THE COMMUTE!!. Ala... A. H. Hendricks Ark Logan H. Hoots N.H Gov. Cheney N. H. A. Potter N. Y.... Obed Wheeler N. C... ..D. C. Pearson Ohio Ex-Gov. Foster Oregon P. P. Mays Pa G. P. Reeder R. I ...B. M. Bos worth S. C...Paris Simphins Tenn .J. C. Dougherty Texas E. Terrell Va Harry Sibbey W. Va C.B. Smith Wis H. 0. Payne Dlst. Col..P. H. Carson Arizona. George Christ Cal Paris Ktlbour Ga W. W. Brown III.... Thomas W. Scott Ind.... J.N.Huston Iowa. .Thos. Updegraff Kan H. L. Alden Ky George Denny Me Samuel H. Allen Mass P. L. Burden Md W. M. Marine Mlch...,W. McPherson Minn ,.W. B. L...

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

Jigheancommands LUCK. formal Notification of BOa Nomination Received by General Harrison Th Nominee's Address Accepting the Honor. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., July 5.The commit, tee appointed by the National Republican convention yesterday performed the first of its duties by officially informing General Harrison of his nomination for the Presi dency. Thirty-three members of the com mittee were present, as follows: THE COMMITTEE. N.H. N. N Y.. N. Ohio Oregon Pa ..Gov. Cheney H. A. Potter Obed Wheeler ..D. C. Pearson Ex-Gov. Foster P. Mays G. F. Reeder Ala... A H. Hendricks Ark Logan H. Soots Dal Parts Kilbour Ga .W. W. Brown 111....Thomas W. Scott ind J. N. Huston Iowa .Thos Updegraff Kan H. L. Alden Ky George Denny Me ...SamuelH Alien Mass F. Burden Md W. M. Marine Mich....W. McPherson Minn W. B. Langdon Miss... .Dr.F.Stringer Mo A. W. Mullins Neb S. Norval Before proceeding to the residence of General Harrison the committee held a preliminary meeting and voted to meet at the Murray Hill H...

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 July 1888

TOLD OF HIS LUCK. Formal Notification of His Nomination Received by General Harrison Th Nominee's Address Accepting tlie Honor. IXDIAXAPOLIS, Ind., July 5.The commit tee appointed by the National Republican convention yesterday performed the first of its duties by officially informing General Harrison of his nomination for the Presi dency. Thirty-three members of the com mittee %vere present, as follows: THE COMMITTEE. Ala A H. Hendricks N.H Gov. Cheney Ark Logan H. RootsN. (Jal Paris Kilbour Ua W. W. Brown 111....Thomas W. Scott Ind J. N. Huston Iowa. .Thos. Updegraff Kan II. h. Alden H. A. Potter N. Y.... Obed Wheeler N. D. C. Pearson Ohio Ex-Gov. Foster Oregon F. P. Mays Pa G. F. Reeder R. I ...B. M. Bos wort Ky George Denny S C....Pari Simpklnh Me ...Samuel H. Allen Tenn ..J. C. Dougherty Mass F. L. Burden Texas E H. Terrell Md W M. Marine Va Harry Slbbey Mich....W. McPherson'W. Va C. B. Smith Minn W. B. LangdonlWis H. C. Payne Miss... .Dr. F. Stringer Dist. Col..P. H. Carson Mo...

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 July 1888

h* se-..*ifi-f4 4 O &""-** 1f 6 i tm!? JSjJgjj Real T: We are Perched on the top Notch of the Clothing Trade. The Great $8, $10 and $12 Men's All Wool Suit Sale HAS DONE IT Low Prices and Fine Goods in our Hat and Furnishing Departments Have Done It. SURPRISING BARGAINS and artistic work manship in our Boy's and Chil dren's Department Have Done It. THE BARGAIN FRIDAY SALES Have Done It. In Short, Good Treatment And Unprecidented Facilities For Selling The Best Of Everything For The Least Money Have Done It. And we are proud of our record. The great $8, $IO and $12 Men's ALL WOOL Suit Sale is drawing to a closed It is astonishing what an army of people have Grabbed Onto these Bargains. It Will Pay You To Buy For Future Needs. Come while the assortment lasts. ALTMAN&CO 31 and 33 WASHINGTON AVENUE SOUTH. P, S, Warm Weather Clothing carried off at a lively rate, owing to low prices. Do not for- get the Combination Ruler. iporteis, Jobbers aiWWSroBlers of DRY COODS! DRY GOODS! An...

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

STILL AT THE HEAD! The People's Paper, THE APPEAE. VOL. IV: NO.7. CHICAGO. Doings of the Past Week in all Parts of the Great Metro polis of the West. The APPEAL' 3 News Budge t, The APPKAL rejoices iu its steady, substantial growth. Although but an infant in Chicago it has crtstriped all Colored contemporaries in the race for popularity and now stands at the bead. For some time we have been cramped ior room so we have removed from 180 Clark street to the new and elegant Como Block No. 325 Dearborn street between Van Buren and Harrison street. The Como Block has just been completed and is one of the most mag nificent structures in the city of Chicago. The APPEAL has secured a suite of front offices, Nos. 13 Hand 13, on the second floor. In our new quarters we'll have room to spiead ourselves and do better work foi the people's paper. The sub si nbers and friends of the APPEAL are icud'ally invited to Wbit us in our new and cheerful offices, 13, 14 and 15, Como Block, 325 Dearborn str...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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