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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 22 November 1890

WSr^"^ iS? 'ti* FALL 7f SlTLES JHOW BEADY. TAILOR B. BF. Cor. 7 and Robert, ''ST,pAUL.' MINNEAPOLIS FUEL CO. DEALERS IH 47 Washington Ave. S. NO. 41 E. 6TH ST, MRS. LOTTIE ROACH, PROP. Best Board in the City, by the Meal, Day or Week. Lodgings Furnished. CITIES 106 E 5TH ST., ST. PAUL,. C. H. HAMILTON PROP Choicest brands of imported and do mestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. POOL & BILLIABDS. )ENTERTAINERS( PBRRY. COLLINS. W. J, JOHNSON'S FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, COO 4TH ST. S. MINNEAPOLIS. FIRST CLASS IN EVERYWAY! THE BEST MEALS SERVED A ALL HOURS. The Eureka. No. 86 E. FIFTH STREET. 3i ft. CUNNINGHAM, PROP. POO AN BILLIARDS Foreign and Domestic Wines, Liquors, Cigars. :ENTERTArNERS: W. H. Btrm\ PHIL E. RIID. Dr^K, S? Morgan. AH kinds of dental work done, and sat. isfaction guaranteed. Different filling a specialty. No, 39 Washington Aye. S Minneapolis. Minn. ARMOUR'S ftREUELIEinilS OX-TAIL, MOCK TURTLE, KIDNEY, CHICKEN, MULLIGATAWNY, JU LIEN, TOMATO. Harvey Ricker & Co., 3...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 29 November 1890

1 I i SIXTH YEAR SAI!t LOUIS. Social Matters, Gleanings of Newe Condensed Into .Small Space. For the Benefit of oar Thousands of Bend- ersAll Sorts of New* Items from the City by the Big-Bridge The Futuret Great. .V 1 Hon. John M. Langston is expected in the city next week. TV' :'i*- Mr. J. Arthur Freeman has been pro znoted to 1st assistant at No. 1. School. The funeral services of:Mr. Harry Harris were held at St. Paul's Chapel on Thursday Nov. 20. W. H. Farmer, Counselor and Attor ney at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery, will practice in all courts. Office, 1111 Clark ave.-~-^3^!fcfe.. r^^.icr-4---!^ Mr. and Mrs. John A Kelley enter tained at tea Thursday evening Mr. C. F. Adams of Chicago and Miss Lillie Lee of Columbus. First class job printing of all kinds done at THB APPEAL office No. 1002 Franklin avenue. Bates reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Tbe Luea Conservatory of Music will give a concert at Stolles Hall Dec. 8, '90. We are glad to see the Luca out again, we though...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 29 November 1890

i IJ flf 1 1 &mz 7 'mam i*%$Lr. IrVVEWSFWEA, f$uc* ^iUWAWtjJjJsiV 111, MI N fc AOLfa, CHICA&Oj LOUISVILLE, ST. LOUIS. NO. tB^BAST l#rH STREET Atfi III^TOtlS OTPICE, Mo. 609 FOURTH-STREET South ^cHigwirOFFICE, iB2S Dearborn ^BWSuite 13--14-15 A DAMS' Mftbtfftei*. L0UISVH.1E OFFICE, SI2W^sf Jefferson Straet, Room 3 Q. WEE-DEN, Meneger., lll^t^tf OFFICE, JfOi 1002 FRANKLIN AVENUE J. HARRISON^ Manager. 'y-jfsssi tangle ^py, per year. .....$2.00 months..... 1.10 Tftree'montbs...: .V. 60 ^biloridtions'to be paid 1 tradvtttioe. When \^tftaoript40n$' are by *uy means aUQwed to a-an without prepayment tile tends'win"be 60 acuta for each 13 weeks ana 5 cents, for each Marriage and death' "notices, fifty oents. Payment strictly in advance. Marrjages. and deaths to be announced at ml\ must cotno in season to be liews. Advertising* rates, S1.00 per Inch, column a**a*uveinent- each insertion. Beading notices 2& cents per line. Special rates for advertisements for a long time than a mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 29 November 1890

^w SWfttWlt -^r3S^^^5ksr Kgjoi i5, si, Hi Ij WMO Tonight to the fair A Pilgrim Baptist Church Mrs- Grjswold has been on the *ick list for he past Week. r. R. G. Howard moved into his new house on Martin street this week. Mrs. Geo. Hunton presented her hus band with a little girl baby last Sunday. Mrs. Roberson, who formerly tfyed at 21$ Noma street, has moved to St. Paul Park. Mr, I W Miller of Sioux Falls, Dak. was in he city this week returning Tuesday. First class rooms and meals may be obtained at Mrs. Untie Roach*'* No. 41 Sixth .street. Houses and Ipts on easy payments, ap ply to Smith &Moffitt, Chamber of Com merce Building. Fo SAIA*-A brand new silyer valve Lyon 6 Healy cornet. Apply at & of fice of AFFBAU Items of news for THB Am** may be Jeft at Columbus Waldon's barbershop N o. 106 East Fiftjh street There are some choice furnished rooms for rent at Mrs. Emma Glovers, corner of Sixth and Robert streets. A good way to get a start the world is to open an account wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 29 November 1890

i FALL *v STYLES 1 NOW 3'*" 1 *A B. W. Car. 2 i^fBliibBrt, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS FUEL GO, DEALERS IN 7 W&shine-ton Ave. S. ISTO.41 E. 6TH ST. MBS. LOTTIE ROACH, PROP, Best Board in the City, by the Meal, Day or Week. Lodgings Furnished. EALACE J 1V isiiiSALOOll 1.06 E. 5TH ST., ST. PAUL. C. H. HAMILTON, PROP. Choicest brands of imported and do mestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. POOL & BILLIABDS- --)ENTERTAINERS( PSBBY. H. COLLINS. JOHNSON'S FOR UDIES AND GENTLEMEN, COO 4TH ST S. MINNEAPOLIS. FIRST CLASS IN EVERYWAY! THE BEST MEALS SERVED i A ALL HOURS. The EurEkH. No. 86 E. FIFTH STKBKT. CUNNINGHAM, PROP. POOL AND BILLIARDS. Foreign and Domestic Vines, Liquors, Cigars. ENTERTAINERS: W BUTT, PHIL E. Earn. \Dr. K. S. Morgan. Painless Dentist All kinds of dental work done, and sat iefaction guaranteed, different filling! a Specialty. No. 39- Washington Ave. S Minneapolis, Minn. araninrs & SOUPS JLHEHELiEmns OX-TAIL, MOCK TURTLE, KIDNEY, CHICKEN, MULLIGATAWNY, JU LIEN, TOMAJQ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 6 December 1890

in III I "I LEADS ALL IN i I SIZE CIRCULATION. SIXTH YEAR WASHINGTON. The City of Magnificent Distances With the Light Turned On. Oar Capitol City/With its Multitude ot Important Matters Called for our Intelligent ReadersC. A. J*s Budget of News. The citizens of Capitol Hill this city are the organators of a corporation named Educational and Relief Associa tion of Washington D. C. with the fol lowing officers: K. D. Ruffin, Pres., Rev. J. Loving Secy., Mrs. H. Thomas, Treas urer. The object of the association is to establish a home for the better protec tion of penniless and helpless Colored youths, and to practically educate them. Three acres of ground ba've been pur chased on which buildings calculated to cost $35,000 Will be erected. Building will be commenced within three months. So far the association has by aid of friends clothed aud provided for 66 chil dren. It is a meritorious undertaking and will meet with success. A bill will be offered before Congress thiB session asking...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 6 December 1890

i i' *iV. sAn THE APPEAL. A NATIONAL AFRO-AMERICAN NEWSPAPER SUED IMULTANCOUai.Y IN S PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, CHICAGO, LOUISVILLE, ST. Louis. ST. PAUL OFFICE, Ho. 7 6 EAST FIFTH STREET J. Q. ADAMS, Editor. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE, Ho. 509 FOURTH STREET South Rav. J. W. DUNJEE, Manager. CHICAGO OFFICE, 325 Dearborn St., Suite 13-14-15 C. F. ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, SI 2 West Jefferson Street, Room 3 H. C. WEEDEN, Manager. ST. LOUIS OFFICE, *Io. 1002 FRANKLIN AVENUE J. H. HARRISON, Manager. Single copy, per year. $2.00 Six months 1.10 Three months 60 Subscriptions to be paid in advanoe. When subscriptions are by any means allowed to run without piepayment the tei ms will be 60 cents for each 13 weeks ana 5 cents for eaeh odd week Marriage and death notices, fifty cents. Payment binctly in advanoe. Marriages and deaths to be announced at all must come in season to be news. Advertising' rates, $100 per inch, column Heasuiemcnt, each insertion. Beadmg notices 25 cents per line. Special r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 6 December 1890

SAINT PAUL. First class rooms and meals may be obtained at Mrs. Wtie Roache's No. 41 E. Sixth street. Houses and lots on eafcy payments, ap ply to Smith & Moffitt, Chamber of Com merce Building. FOB SAUC.A brand new silver valve Lyon & Healy cornet. Apply at the of fice of THB APPEAL. Items of news for THB APPEAL may be left at Columbus Waldon'a barber shop No. 106 East Fifth street There are some choice furnished rooms for rent at Mrs. Emma Glovers, corner of Sixth and Robert streets. A good way to get a start the world is to open an account with the St. Paul Savings Bank cor. Fifth and Jackson. Any gentleman wishing to secure a fine dress suit at a bargain should call at J. K. Hilyard's No. 468 Robert street. Mr. Singleton Davis left Tuesday' eve ning for Erie, Pa., having been called theie by the serious illness of his father. Are you among those who have not paid their subscriptions to THK APPEAL The office is at 76 East Fifth street. Call Wait for the grand entertainmen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 6 December 1890

fflfa W)H^ .^^tU 1 Jaw-. PALL STYLES NOW EEADY. TIIJQ TAILOR E. 1ST Car. 7 and Robert, ST. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS FUEL GO. DEALERS IN COAL 47 WashiDeton Ave. S. NO. 41 E. 6TH ST. MBS. LOTTIE ROACH, PROP. Best Board in the City, by the Meal, Day or Week. Lodgiggs Furnished. IALACE FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, COO 4TH ST. S. MINNEAPOLIS. FIRST CLASS IN EVERYWAY! THE BEST MEALS SERVED AT AL HOURS. The EiirEke. No. 86 E. FIFTH STREET. J. H. CUNNINGHAM, PROP. POOL AND BILLIARDS. Foreign and Domestic Wines, Liquors, Cigars. -ENTERTAINERS: W BUT T. PHIL E KEID. Dr. K. S. Morgan. Painless Dentist All kinds of dental work done, and Rat isi'action guaranteed. Different fillingi a specialty. No. 39 Washington A\e. S Minneapolis, Minn. flEMnilE'S SOUPS n -l*- -f, .,..n *Ki TWI N TI HD 2 SALOOWI J.06 E. 5TH ST., ST. PAUL. C. H. HAMILTON, PROP. Choicest brands of imported and do mestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. POOL & BILLIAEDS. )ENTERTAINERS(V H. PERRY. H. COLLINS. W. J. JOHNSON'S ARE nELiEinns OX-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 13 December 1890

SIXTH YEAR. COKNEK STONE LAID. The New Quinn Chapel Begun at 24th and Wabasha Av. An Immense Concourse oi' People Witness the Interesting and impressive Cer emonies Conducted by the Ma- sonsLarge Collection. Notwithstanding the cold and inclem ent weather Sunday, an immense con course of people witnessed the laying of the corner stone of the new Quinn Chap -el now in course of erection at the cor ner of Wabash avenue and Twenty-fourth street. At 12 o'clock the ministers preceded REV. J. T. JENIFER. PASTOR. by the Sunday school and Crispus At tucks Commandery No. 1, Knights of Pythias, left Central Hall and march ed to the corner stone, where they met the societies and citizens. The fol lowing programme was carried out: JUVENILE DEPARTMENT. The children of the Sunday pchool surrounded the stone. Master Henry Taylor representing '"The Ghurch of the Past" deposited the Roll of Honor then beautiful little Edna Alexander, representing "The Church of the Pres ent" deposited tbe Sunday sch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 13 December 1890

THE APPEAL. A NATIONAL AFRO-AMERICAN NEWSPAPER ISSUED SIMULTANEOUSLY IN ST PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, CHICAGO, LOUISVILLE, ST. LOUIS. ST. PAUL OFFICE, a 7 6 EAST FIFTH STREET J. Q. ADAMS, Editor. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE, o. 509 FOURTH STREET South Rav. J. W. DUNJEE, Manager. CHICAGO OFFICE, 825 Dearborn St., Suite 13-14-15 C. F. ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, 312 West Jefferson Street* Roorn 3 H. C. WEEDEN, Manager. ST. LOUIS OFFICE, Ho. 1002 FRANKLIN AVENUE J. H. HARRISON, Manager. Single copy, per year $2.00 Six months 1.10 Three months 60 Subscriptions to be paid in advance. When subscriptions are by any means allowed to run witnout prepayment the teims willbe 60 cents for eacli Li weeks and 5 cents for each odd week Marriage and death notices, fifty cents. Payment bincily advance. Marriages and deaths to be announced at Vll must come in season to be news. Advertising rates, $ 1 00 per inch, column jneusuiement, each insertion. Reading notices 25 cents per line. Special rates for advertis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 13 December 1890

f* 3f SAINT The Doings of a Week in the Metrop olis of the North Star State. The Saintly City and Saintly City Folks. Item* of Social, Religions and Gen* ral Matters Among the People. The ...V1! Of the town j.. Is the feast of The Jewish Tabernacle. Do vou borrow THE APPEAL, or, do you Bubaeribft for and pay for it? Mr. C. F. Adams, of THE APPEAL, Chi cago, will arrive in the city next Tues day. First class rooms and meals may be obtained at Mrs. Lottie Roache's No. 41 E. Sixth street. Houses and lots on easy payments, ap ply to Smith & Moffitt, Chamber of Com merce Building. FOR SALE.A brand new silver valve Lyon & Healy cornet. Apply at the of fice of THB APPKAL. Items of news for THE APPEAL may be left at Columbus Waldon's barbershop No. 106 East Fifth street There are some choice furnished rooms for rent at Mrs. Emma Glovers, corner of Sixth and*Robert streets. A good way to get a start the world is to open an account with the St. Paul 8avings Bank cor. Fifth and Jackson...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 13 December 1890

&J-* 4* Wfr if &t:L<,s 1 -v ,.*u V,Ji ,--rJJi, -yiy i* S3? FALL STYLES NOW READY. TELB TAILOR B.W. Car. 7 and Robert, ST. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS FUEL CO. DEALEES* IN 47 Washine-ton Ave. S. NO. 41 E. 6TH ST. MRS. LOTTIE ROACH, PROP. Best Board in the City, by the Meal, Day or Week. Lodgings Furnished. Oscar Ware 253 4th, Av. S., Minneapolis. first Class Dining Parlor for Ladies and Gentlemen. MEALS AT ALL Houits. W. J. JOHNSON'S FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, CO 4T ST. S. MINNEAPOLIS. FIRST CLASS IN EVERYWAY! THE BEST MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS. The Eureka. No. 86 E FIFTH STBBKT. CUNNINGHAM, PROP. FOOL AND BILLIARDS. Foreign and Domestic Wines, Liquors, Cigars. ENTERTAINERS: W BUTT. PHIL E Rsro. Dr. K. S. Morgan. Painless Dentist All kinds of dental work done, and sat isfaotion guaranteed. Different filling! a specialty. No. 89 Washington Av e. S ItnwinnMc Mint flHMniiirs SOUPS TiREnELiEinns OX-TAIL, MOCK TURTLE, KIDNEY, CHICKEN, MULLIGATAWNY, JU LIEN, TOMATO. Harvey Kicker & Co....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 20 December 1890

S i 1 i 1 HOLIDAY NUMBER I THE APPEAL 'EIGHT PAGE S.. -EIGHT PAGES SIXTH YEAR SAINT PAUT. THE FOREMAN'S HOUSE1 l-^'ir^^fym DOWN IN THE QUARTERS A SABLE LOOHINVAR. TTTs t0\ -$* THE CANE MILL. ON THE LEVEE 1 ft HOLIDAT" ElDITTOIslf^1 .iAL SINCLAIR PLANTATION, BRUSLY LANDING, LA. A FIRST CLASS CABIN. In Sugar Land. Illustrations of Sugar Making in the Sunny South. i|iiini^iiinnMmii^i|i/nTfiji nimi-M'J'-"i'"""-'""-p 1 rur ^rhEAPOLIS, MjtNTX.. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1890. $2.00 PER YEAR. i f^\A"' -fi*}X l.Mj).XiJLOrt Ob lilAh. hUuM OLD HOMESTEAD bUGAR-HOUSE, WEST BATON ROUGE. I HOLIDAY NUMBER _- THE APPEAL 1 EIGECT PAGES. THE CADIAN VILLAGE LEADERS OP THE NELLY BLY BRIGADE. A VACUUM PAN. A

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 20 December 1890

^^g^3- 4' SAINT PAUL. The Doings of a Week in the Metrop olis of the North Star State. The Saintly City and Saintly City Folks. Items of Social, Religions and Gen* ral Matters Amon the People. Oh, Yen! We are All going To attend the Feast of the Jewish Tabernacle Which begins at Odd Fellows Hall, Monday night and continues for four nights. Do you borrow THB APPEAL, or, do you subscribe for and pay for it? By all means go to the League meet ing at Pilgrim Baptist church Monday sight. Two nicely furnished rooms for rent, apply to Mrs. N. Weir, No. 575 Martin street. FOB SALS.A brand new silver valve* Lyon & Healy cornet. Apply at the of fice of THB APPEAL. Mr. J. K. Uilyard who has been sick for the past three months is again re gaining his usual health. Items of news for THE APPEAL may be left at Columbus Waldon's barbershop No. 106 East Fifth street Mr. and Mrs. Sutphan, who have been residents of St. Paul for some time leit this week to reside in Chicago. There are some choice ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 20 December 1890

I MINNEAPOLIS. Record of the Doings in and About the Great "Flour City." Matters Social, Religious and General Which Have Happened and are to Happen Among the People of the City on the Falls. Services at the Bethesda church to morrow as usual. For the finest 25 cent meal in the city to to Johnson's 509 4th street 8. Furnished RoomPleasant front for two gentlemen 1109 3d, avenue 8. Quarterly meeting at gt. Peters Church last Sunday was largely attended. You can get THE APPEAL at A. H. Watkins barber shop 254 4th ave. S. Furnished rooms at reasonable prices to be had at Miss Freemans 1819 5th. avenue South. Everv body is preparing for Christ mas. Bethesda Sunday school will have a Christmas tree for the children. The ladies of the Bethesda Baptist Church will open their fair on the 24tb, and it will last one week. All friends are invited. Mrs. M. Watkins 254 4th ave. S.. all kinds of plaiD and fancy dressmaking. Satisfaction guaranteed. Remember Mr. Oscar Ware's Dining Booms, 252 4th ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 20 December 1890

THE APPEAL. A NATIONAL AFRO-AMERICAN NEWSPAPER ISSUED SIMULTANEOUSLY IN S PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, CHICAGO, LOUISVILLE, ST LOUIS. ST. PAUL OFFICE, NO. 7 6 EAST FIFTH STREET J. Q. ADAMS, Editor. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE, J2" \X)9 FOURTH STREET South Rev. W. DUNJEE, Manager. CHICAGO OFFICE, 825 Dearborn St., Suite 13-14-15 C. F. ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, 812 West Jefferson Street, Room 3 H. C. WEEDEN, Manager. ST. LOUIS OFFICE, No. 1002 FRANKLIN AVENUE H. HARRISON', Manager. T:E:R:M:S= ha%jLa copy, per year. $2.00 3i. Taonths..,, l.io ''6 months 60 Subscriptions to bo paid in advance. When ^Ubecriptious are by any meaus allowed to 'at nthout prepayment, the te ms will be 60 isem*, xor each 13 wee^s ana 5 cents for each .4d week. Marriage and death notices, fifty cents, iityittc it strictly in advam-e. Marriages and deatns to be announced at "M must co in season to be news. Advertising rates, $1.00 per inch,' column la^aauremant, each insertion. .Ceading- notice 25 cents per line. &po...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 20 December 1890

IN SUGAE LAND. How Came is Crushed and Converted Into Sugar- A process Complicated and Complete Life in Levee Invironed Plantations Its Lights and ShadowsIllus trations Specially Prepared. Sugar cane is the greatest of grasses. Comparatively unknown to the ancients it waves all over the world of the tropics to-day, gladdening civilization with the sweet crystals from its jui e. No men tion is made of it in Scripture, although the Holv Land is now a fallow field for cane. It probablv had its origin in China, and found its way thence to India and Arabia. Pliny describes it as "India Fait," coming to Athens and Rome in costly confections. The Sara cens introduced cane into Sicily, later the Moors planted it in bpain, and the Crusaders brought it back to Europe, where it began to flourish in the thir teenth century. The discoveries of Columbus, however, revolutionized the growth of cane by planting it in San Domingo. The Jesuits early introduced the plant in the neighborhood ol New Orle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 20 December 1890

\y I THE SIOUX NATION. fi General Howard Describes Great- Dacota Tribes. the ICOPYRIGnT, 1800.1 In the exhaustive work of II. Schoolcraft is to be found an estimate made by Colonel Ilonry Bouquet as long ago as 1764 of different tribes of the North American Indians. The estimate is taken from his historical account oi an expedition against what were called LONE WOLF the "Ohio Indians," made about that time. Am'ng the 53 tribal divisions which he enumerates are found differ ent bands of Sioux, for instance "Sioux of the Meadows" and "Sioux of the Woods." They are located "towards the heads of the Mississippi." Their warriors enumerated for each of the above di visions aro respectively 2,500 and 1,80C 4,300 in all. If we take the usual percentage of warriors to represent one fifth of the Sioux nation, and aggre gate amount of men women and child ren were in the middle of the last cent ury 21,600. In 1829 in a paper communicated by General P. B. Porter, the Secretary oi War, we find a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 20 December 1890

UjW/MI JUAKi.^ *)MW^ 'V\ fiSH&M WAS the good ship "Polly,"and she sailed the wintry sea, 'For ships must sail tho' fierce the gale, and a precious freight bad she 'Twas the cap- tain's little daughter stood bes da her fa- ther's chair, And illumed the ttlngy cabin witu the sunshine ol horha'r. TVlth a yo-heave-ho, and a yo-heave-ho! For ships must sail Tho' fierce the gale And loud the tempests blow. The captain's fingers rested on the pretty, curly heitd, To-morrow will be Christmas day," the little maiden said 'Do you suppose that Santa Claus will find us on the sea, And make believe the stove-pipe is a chim ney]ust for me?" Loud laughed the jovial captain, and "By my faith." he cried, 'If he should come we'll let him know he has a friend iriside 1" And many a rugged sailor cast a loving glance that night At the stove pipo where a lonely little stock ing fluttered white. With a yo-heave-ho, and a yo-heave-hol For ships must sail Tho' fierce the gale And loud the tempests blow....

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