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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 8 December 1888
-"saiGE3*$-'l iV 3,000 MENS SUITS. N I There* Is No Braggadocio "VT'OR BLUFF AND BLUSTER IN THE "ADS" OF %fhen we make cuts in CLOTHING, HATS and FURNISHINGS they mean a great deal, and the public appreciates the fact. :G-I-V^E3Sr S SIIEIEITJ -AJD3Sd:iSSI03Sr QUADRILLE BAND Music Furnishedfor Balls and Parties CHAS. W HOWARD. No. 374J MINNESOTA STREET. CATHOLIC SERVICE -AT- CHUR CH ON MARKET ST. OPPOSITE CITY PARK, EVERY SUNDAY ?4 4 -AT- 10:30 A.M. 7:30 P.M. All cordially invited. W Come in and examine them. Remember the price, Ten Dollars Eighty-nine Cents. 10.89Dollars You never owned suits like these for less than nriUUU IfltilU OUlIu 320. You will surely buy if you see them. Thirteen Dollars and Thirty-seven Cents is the price, 13.3.7 Dollars ThnusHnds HvErEnals On which big cuts have been made. We are prepared to un dersell competition in every department. Business humming: in our BOY'S and CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT, ILO~W PBICE S Keep Large Crowds About Our Counters. SPECIAL NOTIC...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 22 December 1888
CHICAGO. Doings of tlie Iast Week i all Parts of the Great Metro polis of the West. The APPEAL* 3 News Budget, Cyrus F. Adanu, Manager of the Chi cago WESTERN APPEAL, does solemnly swear that the actual number of copies of the Chicago edition of the paper named, separate and exclusive of all other editions printed duringthe month of November, 1888, was six thousand two hundred and forty-eipht copies (6,248), an average of 1.562 copies each issue. (Signed) C. F. ADVMS [seal] Sworn and subscribed before me this 24th Jay of November A. D, 1888. S. LA I NO VVIILIAMS. FL. S.] Notary Public. Mary Maendler mailing clerk of the WESTERN APPEAL does solemnly swear that the circulation of the Chicago edition of the WKSTERJ. APPEAL, during month of Novembei, 188S, exceeded (1500) fifteen hundred copies ach issue. (Signed) \RY MA NDLER. [seal] Sworn and subscribed to before me this 26th day of November A 1888. KlLBORN. [L- S.] Notary Public. Douglass Ross, foreman of the WFST- KRN APPEAL press r...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 22 December 1888
fri- 'III =*7 mmm WESTEKN APPEAR Published Weekly BY THB Koithwestern Publishing Company. SAI NT PA UL OFFfCE, ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK, COR. FOURTH AND CEDAR. J. Q. ADAMS, Editor, CHICAGO OFFICE, COMO BLOCK, 325 Dearborn St. Rooms 13, 14 and 15. C. F. ADAMS, Manager. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE, 224 HENNEPIN AVENUE. Z. W. MITCHELL, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, 312 W. Jefferson Street, Room 3, H. C. WEEDEN. Manager. TERMS. Single copy, per ear $2.00 Six months 1.10 Three months 6Q eutiscrlpi tins to oe paid in advance* When sub crlptionn Are not paid in advance or by any means aw allowed to run without prepayment, the tcrmi will be 60 cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for each odd week Marriages ana deaths to be annonnced at all mast come In season to be newB. Marriage and death notices, fifty cents. Payment strictly in advance. Ad-vezxialttK r^tes, fifty cents per square OX elffbt line eolfd ttgiue each insertion. We do not hold ourselYereDpon.b.e for the vltwi tf onr correspondents Reading no...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 22 December 1888
Can the heart to its love be untrue In a year? Onoe I thought myself cherished by you. You seemed happy when** or I was near. Can it be you've grown cold, as I fear, la a year? My love has become but more strong In a year, "While yours could endure not that Ion? AH were well could I see my way clear In my heart not to hold you BO dear, In a year. GEORGE BIRDSSYE. AT CAMP NOGOOD. The Story of One Christmas in a Mining Gamp. almost gone," and the answer came huski ly from the lip' of a sick man stretched in the bottom of a long emigrant wagon, draw by a pair of patient mules, who were driven over the trail th.e woman. "If there was only a parson to say a bit of a prayer, Nell, aeems like I could go more comfortable, fur I've been a rough man, not like the quiet hum body I was when I left you, wife But you see ther's nobody but men at Camp Nogood hamt seen a petticut in nigh two year, jest th nk o' that, Nell, an I you'll never know how per fectly lovely you an* the kids looked to me w...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 22 December 1888
if **j^*!r V^^5s|5 3,000 MENS SUITS. mi 4,000 MENS SUITS cS'i* i*. iSV o". foy A ADMISSION PEOPLE'and iCor. Sixth Franklin Sts. Theref Is No 1 Braggadocio S T. ^TJX L. W. WALKER..............GEN. MANAGER. Chrjstmas Week with agjand Christmas Matinee Tuesday. GORSICAN BROTHERS. %-t POPUI^AB PaiCBS Prices: 20c, 35c,, 50c. and' 75 cents. OLYMPIC THEATRE. Seventh Near Jackson. PAT.J6ONLEY PROPHIETOII. W. JJWBLLS MANAGER. FOR THE WEEK OF DEC. 24. Just What You Want! LILLY BILLINGTON'S ENGLISH FOLLY COMPANY ^Producing the great burlesque play' of GALATEA .c,^' DOS'T MISS :T! PRICES OP ADMISSION. lOc, 25c, 35e, 50c, 75c, $1.00 *24 East Third street. Largest and most thoroughly equipped dental establishment west of New York. We extract from 1 to 30 teeth in three minutes without pain or danger. We do the best dental work at lowest prices, and extract and make more teeth than all of the dentists in the city combined. "OPKN EVENINGS." Dr.'Hurd 'OR BLUFF AKD BLUSTER. IK THK *AIg OfcSSSS When w...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 29 December 1888
rfffl! J/ is .o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o--o-o*o-o-o*o-o-oo-o-0 A Happy New Year to you all! & A We wish our readers, great and small, A May Santa Claus bring all good cheer, And make you happv for another year, Q-O-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-oo-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-Q CHICA Doings of the Past Week in all Parts of the Great Metro polis of the "West. The APPEALS tfews Budget, Get your groceries at Biety's4ol State Btreot. A fine dress shirt, White's select stock, 6 for $8.50. Save money on shirts. Try White's standard, 0 for S5.50. Mr*. Peterson of 2948 Dearborn fetrcet visiting friends Clinton. Miss Alice Scott will receive calls New Year's day, 50 Harmon Court. You must read* "the ArrEix to lie well informed about Chicago affairs. Mrs. Partee No. 2005 State street will make a dress that will suit you. Mrs. Geo. E. Terris, has gone to Woodbury, Ky. to visit her brother. Mrs.C.S. Stevenson, 1706 Dearborn St will receive calls New Year's day. Good furnished rooms for gentlemen only at Mr. D. D. Lacy's 353...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 29 December 1888
V' I if IPiv WESTEEN APPEAL. Published Weekly, IT* -BY THUS Northwestern Publishing Company. CHICAGO OFFICE, COMO BLOCK, 325 Dearborn St. Booms 13, 14 and 15 C. ADAMS, Manager. SAINT PAUL OFFICE, ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK, COR. FOURTH AND CEDAR. J. Q. ADAMS, Editor. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE, 224 HENNEPIN AYENUE. Z. W. MITCHELL, Manager. LOuTSYILLE OFFICE, 312 W. Jefferson Street, Room 3, H.C. WEEDEN. Manager, TERMS. Single copy, per year. 52.00 Six months IJO Three months. 60 subscriptions to be paid in advance. When *uh- criptions arc not paid In advance or by anjr metoi re allowed to run wlthont prepayment, the terms will be 60 cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for each odd week Marriages and deaths to be annonnced at all must come tn season to be news. Marriage and death notices, fifty cents Payment trtctly In advance. AdTertl8ing rates, fifty cents per square of elgnt lines solid agate eacb Insertion, We do not hold ourselves responsible for the vlaws f our correspondents. Reading notice...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 29 December 1888
f**--" mm 9 1 WESTERN APPEAL 17BIJBH1S** COMPJSY. ST. PAUL. Wim. & CHICAGO. IM "ON GREAT WATERS." crossed the harbor bar, and mends afar, ""Mi the evening star. With prayer of watchers left behind, It sails before tho springing wind: Strong is tbe bark, and God is kind. O baby-souls, sent forth from Heaven, To you the sea. is also given A weary struggle to be striken! Ye, too, have left the light of home For warring winds and wavesto /oanx Across a dreary waste of foam. And what shall be the end for ye? Dark shipwreck in the midmost seat Or triumph to eternity' Fear not for if ye brave the blast With God's own colors at the mast. The haven will toe sure at last Arthui 8ilTi9ti,in, Good Wonla THE "BOMBAY FIEND." Diabolical Work of a native India in 1858. of An Assassin Who II wilfested Uktug1 for tile Rlgrlifc Kxr of Knellslimeu The Many Wild Theories Ad- vancedCaught ut Last. The faeries of crimes committed by the &o-called "Whitechapel Fiend in a district of London, is a pl...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 29 December 1888
I ~*4M J/ 'I i i i^ I & 3,000 MENS SUITS. 4,000 MENS SUITS When we make cuts in CLOTHING, HATS ana FURNISHINGS,, they mean a great deal, and the public appreciates the fact. V*^*^*^*^*^** GKR A 'Come i and examine them. Remember the price, Ten Dollars Eighty-nine Cents. Jt 10.8* 9 Dollars You never owned suits like these for less than JO. You will surely buy if you see them. Thirteen Dollars and Thirty-seven Cents is the price, 113.37^ Dollars Thnusands IhrEFEiials On which big cuts have been made. We are prepared to un dersell competition in every department. Business bumming in our BOY'S and CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT, zccrw" ZPIRICXES Keep Large Crowds About Our Counters. SPECIAL NOTICE O BOYS- A Fine COASTING SLED FREE with each Suit or Overcoat purchased for you. New Year'sTrsTlD Carnival! AN EVENING OF UNRIVALLED PLEASURE. CONCERT. The proceeds of the concert will be donated to the St. Peters A. M. E. Church. As usual we have secured the best musical talent of St. Paul and Minn...