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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 14 August 1897

i Jt A. I li" &iAi**Lii&u Aii&^tk^ m*9!P" THE APPEAL. KnOML AFRO-AMERICAN NEWSPAPA navxs ixin.TAHBouii.T Mnt Paul, Minneapolis, Chic Louisville), St. Louis. Dallas. MAMS BROS. SOLE PROPRIETORS. ST. PAUL OFFICE, VT*. 847-8 Union Block, 4th and Oedar J. Q. ADAM8, Editor. MISNEAPOLIS OFFICE, Guaranty Loan Building, Room 087 J. V. KEMP, Manager. CHICAGO OFFICE, To. 8S3-5 DearbornSt Suite 13-14-1A C. F. ADAMS, Manager.' LOUISVILLE OFFICE, ffo. 312 West Jefferson St. Room 8 H. C. WEEDEN, Manager. ST. Louis, OFFICE, -0. 1002 FRANKLIN AVENUE -J. H. HARRISON, Manager. DALLAS OFFICE^ TUMBER 497 1 AIN STREET L. A. UROWN, Manager. TERMS, STtflCTLY IN ADVANCE: Single copy, one year $2.00 Single copy, six months $I.IO Single copy, three months 6 0 "When subscriptions are by any means allowed to run v.-uhout ]repajmerit ihe terms are 60 jents for each 13 weeks and 5 ceuts for each odd week, or at Hie rate of $2.40 per year. Remittances should be made Express Mouev Order. Post Oftice Mo...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 14 August 1897

ST. PAUL. A WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO TA'S CAPITAL. The Saintly City and Saintly City Folks Newsy Items of Social, Religions ami General Matters Among the People, Boll cil Hon n. John Q. Adams Jr. ie improving. Mr. George S. Hunton WBB in the city Monday. You will maV no mistake if yon go to fic.tl de Mink l*# your maU Mr. W. T. Johnson ha" returned from his outing at Lake Minnetonka. Four rooms for rent at low rates at MraM. Palmers 378 Cedar street. Go and hear the special music at Pil grim BaptiBt church tomorrow night Mr. Chas Parker, of Winnipeg, Can., is in the city. Mr R. E. indeieon has gone to Mar shaltown Minn, Mrs E Left hasmov^d from 277 Mar tin street 368 Farringfcon Ave. The case of Wax. Gaasaway has again been continued to Aug. 25 at 9 a.m. Music, yes full orches tra. All kinds of amuse ments, Base Ball games and bicycle race at St Peter Claver's Picnic Excelsior Tuesday Au- MssnsnEML 8 I? Train leave ua ^WBfijSp St. Paul: 4th and Broad way, H:'dU a. Minneapolis 4th and...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 14 August 1897

f If 3 TENN. EXPOSITION. MAGNIFICENT EXHIBIT MADE THE AFRO-AMERICANS. .An Excellent Article Concerning the Speciments of Art and Industry in the Afro-American Building at Nashville From S Paul Globe. One of the most interesting displays that now is open in the United States is the Tennessee Centennial exposition, now being held a Nashville, Tenn, and no building with its magnificent exhibits furnishes more real genuine interest to the visitors from all over the land than the Negro building,, which in itself is a most beautiful structure, but the interior unveil3 a most wonderful record of a race of a people who were for centuries despised and neglected, who have just emerged from the yoke of bondage, and are now prepared to show to the world what they have done and how they iia\e done it O the 5th day of June the streets of Nashville were throng with 20,000 sons and daughters of Ham, who marched in great triumph to the Centennial grounds The sight was a glorious one, and one that ap...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 21 August 1897

f^V ^.T f^N. .M THE APPEAL STEA BEOATJS 1It aims to publish all the news possible. j. 2It does so impartially, wasting no words. if! 3Its correspondents are able and energetic- THIRTEENTH YEAR. SAN SALVADOR. A TALE O TWOTROP1CAL CITIES O THE SOUTHLAND. Simple Church ArchitectureTh Uni versity and National IngtltuteLibrary DevoM of NovelsA Picturesque Mule Cur TrackFour O'clock iu San gaHmdor. Sam Salvador, Salvador, 3an 23'Special Correspondence pei haps the best way to plotnire the life and scenes of this land of eternal summei Is to tell you of one day's do tugs Vory earlv In the morning, white yt "dark- tHs was upon the face of the deep," we were awakened by the jangling and booming of Chinch bells, big bells and little basebells and itenoi, and simultaneously with their clatter OSHIUO Jose, bringing bread and chocolate Dis posing of the latter while making a hasty toi Het, we presently sallied forth, and found the whole eity in the streets Talk about rising vwith the lark No sel...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 21 August 1897

'&*m THE APPEAL. WltKXL AFR^MjEMCM REWSPin, ISSUBB STJIVLTANBOU8I.T IS taint iult Minneapolis, Chicago Louisville), 8t. Louis, Dallas. fltUMS BROS. SOLE PROPRIETORS. IT. PAUL OFFICE, B47-8 Union Blook, 4th and Cedar J. 9 ADAMS, Editor. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE, oaranty Loan Building, Room 07 J. V. KEMP, Manager. CHICAGO OFFICE, 4?o 823-5 Dearbora-St Suite 13-14'15 C. F. ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, We- 812 West Jefferson St. Room 8 H. C. WEEDEN, Manager. ST. LOUIS, OFFICE, 100 2 FRANKLIN AVEN UF 4. H. HARRISON, Manager. DALLAS OFFICE^ -eTUMBER 497 1 AIN STREET L. A. BTROW N, Manager TERMS, STV1ICTLY IN ADVANCE: Single copy, one year $2.00 Single copy, six months $1.10 Single copy, three months 6 0 'Wh en subscriptions are by any means allowed to rnu without piopajment the terms are bO .tuts for each Id wttks and 5 cents for each odd week or at the rate of $2 40 per year. Remittances should be made by Express Money Order. Post Office Mouej Order, Kesiis tertd Letter or Bank Draft...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 21 August 1897

ST. PAUL. A WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO- TA'S CAPITAL. The Saintly City and Saintly City Folks Newsy Items of Social, Religious aiu! General Matters Among the People, 13':iJ ctl Down. Mr. Frank Turner leaves- to-day for t. Louis. You will maVtt no mistake if yon go to filial de Mink tat your meaU Go and hea? tbe special music at Pil grim Baptist church tomorrow night Four rooms for rent'at low rates at MrsM. Palmers 378 Cedar street. Mis. Eesez Lidden, of Owatonna, ppent a few days of last week visiting Mrs. B. C. Tobie of Front street, Prof. W. A. Weir left this week to at tend the G. A. R. encampment at Buffa lo N, Y., thence East. He will remain away several weeks. {Son't forget that th* Hotel de Mink, Xrs* 4th and St. Peter sts. Is he beat place in town for first clens board and lodging. Try the Sunday dinners sad happy: Only 26 cents. While riding her wheel Thursday Miss Edythe V. Mordecai had a severe fall which resulted in a slight sprain of one o^Ler ankles. She however is still...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 21 August 1897

BIRD CANNIBALISM. An Odd Little Bird of New Zealand, Which Eats It Dead. A cunous little bird is the weka, which Is found In the Alpine region in the South island of New Zealond. It i.s described by Mr. Arthur P. Harper, B. A., in an account of his explorations. This weka, as soon as he sees your pamp pitched, takes possession of it, eays an exchange. He neither respects nor fears man and is an incorrigible thief. He eats anything from a cartridge to a member of his own familyfor he is a cannibal. "I remember one in stance of this," writes our author, "when our dog unfortunately killed a young bird before we could prevent it, which was too small to eat. The pa rents made a decent show of grief over their loss and then, being quite sure that the little one was dead, they pro ceeded to eat its still warm remains." The weka fights all comers for undis turbed possession of the camp he has annexed. His histrionic talent is great and he can sham death to perfection. But for the fact that ...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 28 August 1897

t^n [W1 SOME OF- TOMS A VADOR. CURIOUS CUS THE PEOPLE. When two Rival Orators Meet Then There Is Sometimes Great TroubleCheerful Funeralsbuliador'ri Criminal Code Curious Holiday Customs. ^nn Salvador, Special Couespondence Unti. be tets used to it, the stranger in Salvador is likely to be startled half out of his wits more than once In every twenty-four hours, by a series of sharp ex plosions, which sound like the rattle of mus ketry It is not the signal of another revolu tion, as one might reasonablj suppose, nor an earthquake shock, nor volcanic eruption, it is merely the church, or the government, or lome generous individual, advertising a "{unc- tion" in the customary manner, by letting off a lot of rockets and crackers All civic, ecclesiastical, and military celebrations are proclaimed in this way, also the opening of balls, and of performances at theaters, even private parties, weddings, and funerals. These reople do not consider darkness essential to pyrotechnic display, and...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 28 August 1897

*m JtPxr-Szrr. THE APPEAL. mmi krnmmM Kwswa nron BTMULTAMOVSLY n faint Paul, Minneapolis, Chieagn*, LouJsvlllo, St. Lewis, alias. MAMS BROS. SOLE PROPRIETORS. ST. PAUL OFFICE, ftt 847-8 Union Block, 4th and Ooda* 4. Q. ADAMS, Mltor. M&NEAP3LIS OFFICE, fewanty Loan Building. Room 7 4. V. KEMP, Manager. CHICAGO OFFICE, Ho. 32S-5 Dearborn/St Suite 13-14-10 C. F. ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFflQt, ffo. 812 West Jefferson St. Room 9 H. C. WEEDEN, Manager. ST. LCUIS, OFFICE, Ho- 1002 FRANKLIN AVENUR 4. H. HARRISON, Manager. DALLAS OFFICE, eTUMBER 497 I AIN STREET L. A. BROWN, Manager. *X^-JLi 1 1 TEBMS, STRICTLY ift ADVAB0E: Single copy, one year $2.CO Single copy, six months $1.10 Single copy, throe months 6 0 When subscriptions are by any means allowed to rm. without prepayment, the lerms are 8f -ems for eaih IS weeks and 5 cents for eaf odd week or at the rate of $1 40 per year Remittances should be made by Express Money Order I'osi Otlkt. iVloue Order, Kesis Ured Leuer or Bank Dra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 28 August 1897

Ct ST. PAUL. A WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO TA'S CAPITAL, The Saintly City and Saintly City Folks Newsy Items of Social, Religions anil General Mutters Among the People, Beli ed Down. Mrs. E. Beasley has returned home. Mrs. Strawder Gray has a temporary position at the capitol. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Durant have re moved to 831, Payne Ave. You will malm no mistake If yon go to fidtel de Mink tut your meab. Go and bear tbe special music at Pil frim Baptist church tomorrow night Four rooms for rent at low rates at MraM. Palmers 378 Cedar street. Prof. B. K. Bruce and wife and Mrs. F. D. Parker spent Monday in Minnea polis. Last Tuesday Mrs. W.B. Elliot give Miss E. V. Mordecai a delightful drive about the city. Mrs. r. H. Lyles entertained at tea Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Bruce, Mr. and Mrs, F. D. Parker. Mrs. Strawder Gray entertained Prof. B. K. Bruce and wife and F. D. Parker and wife at an informal dinner Tuesday. Call in at Jos. Black well's, 212 Wash ington Ave. South, Minneapo...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 28 August 1897

IP s*?T^"-f & KM EXPENSIVE HOBBIES. Some of th Fads That BIch Tonne New Yorkers Follow. Much, has been written about George W. Vanderbilt's studious habits and book-collecting proclivities, says the New York Times, but comparatively little attention has been drawn to his extensive experiments in arboricul ture. On his large estate at Biltmore, in North Carolina, he has 1,000 acres of forest under scientific supervision, and in his library he has all of the standard works on forestry, including many rare illustrated volumes of great value. It is his present fadif an earnest purpose can properly be called a fadto give this country a useful ob ject lesson in tree and shrub culture. John Jacob Astor is an acknowledged faddist in the matter of scientific re search. He takes an enthusiastic in terest in mechanism and in electrical appliances, and personally investigates new inventions and scientific discover ies. His residence is fitted up with in numerable ingenious electrical and me...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 4 September 1897

*7rn wry in if p- it ft '4fifc tfafc PARTING GLIMPSES O THIS INTERESTING COUNTRY. The Port of Acajutla.Peruvian Balsam And how it is ObtainedThe "Balslmos" Themselves are the NearestApproach to The Aboriginal Tribes of Central America' San Jose, Guatemala, Sped*! CoireapondenceThe railway journey from the interior of Salvador lo its Pacific poit, Acajutla, is one long to be lemembered. Leav ing Scnsonate early in the morning the travel er is treated to a series of wonderful views The way Inds through the center of the sugar district, past limitless caneflelds and many straw-thatched villages, and around two thirds the base of Izalso, that in veterate smoker among volcanoes. This government road was built and is still opeiated by North American engineers It was originally owned by native capitalists, whose plan was to extend the track parallel to the sea through the entire republic, in the A alley back of the coast range, with branches through the mountain passes to all the principal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 4 September 1897

THE APPEAL. 01OML AFBS-AtlERICM KWSWIFB ISSUES smvLTAineooaLT at Saint Paul, Minneapolis, Chic Louisville, St. Louie, Dallas. AfiAHS BROS. SOLE PROPRIETORS. ST. PAUL OFFICE, 47-8 Union Block, 4th and Cedar J. ADAMS, tetter. mEAraUS OFFICE, SJesra&ty Loan Building, Rooa 4. V. KEMP, Manager. 87 CK18AG0 OFFICE, No. 323-5 Dearborn-St Suite 13-14-15 C. F. ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE QFF18E, Mm. 812 West Jefferson St. Rooxi 8 H. C. WEEDEN, Manager. ST. VMl, OFFICE, fio- 1002 FRANKLIN AVENUF -J. H. HARRISON, Manager. DALLAS OFFICE, TUMBER 497 I AIN STREET L. A. tsROWN, Manager. **==_ .1 TERMS, STRICTLY Ift ADVAHCE: ^Single copy, one year $2.00 Single copy, six months $1.10 Single copy, three months 6 0 WJim subscriptions ure by any means allowed to run without prepayment, the terms are 60 jeuis for each 18 weeks and 5 ceuts for each otic! week, or at ibe rate of 8^.40 per year. Hemittaiices should be made by Express Money Order. Post Offlee Money Order, liogis lered Lester or Bank Drafc...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 4 September 1897

WmmK&mmmmmmmwHmm ST. PAUL. A WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO TA'S CAPITAL. The Saintly City and Saintly City Folk s Newsy Items of Social, BeUgloua ant. General Matters Among: the People, Bell cd Down. Mrs UHUB Pitts has been on the sick liet this week. You will maVw no mistake if yon go to fictel de Mink in? your mwb. Miss Bell" Clay is visiting in Buffalo, ^New York and Niagara Falls. Four rooms for rent at low rates at Mrs M. Palmers378 Cedar street. Mrs S Duty and Mrs J, Sterrett are in Duluth the guests of Mrs Johnson. Go and hea7 the special music at Pil grim Baptist church tomorrow night Mrs 8 A Hilyard returned last week from Duluth altera very pleasant visit. Mr CharleBOaks is seriously ill at the residence of Mrs. D. Talbot 553Sibley street. Nicholas Parks who cut Thoe. Forbes last week was held to the Grand Jury Thursday. Mr*. Mary Bradford of Pt. LouiB Mo., is in th city visiting her daughter Mrd W Patterpon. Mr and Mrs. H. Thompson ot Port land are in the city stopping with...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 4 September 1897

&*/ CRUMBS FOR HIM. AFRO-AMERICANS EXCLUDED FROM PROSPERITY'S TABLE. Bev. Reverdy Ransom's Views on the Subject- Organized Labor Accused of Bit- ter Cruel Injustice Tuskegee Graduates can't get a "White Mans Job." CHICAGO, HI.. Aug 25To the Editor The Dmgley tariff bill has become a law having been passed by a Republican Con gress and signed by a Republican PresidentT None gave a more united and umwavering sup port to the platform which declared for the enactment of this law and to the men whose election made its enactment possible than the colored citizens of the country. While it is no fault of the Republican party, the fact remains that they will derive less direct benefit from "the industries of the United States" which are "encouraged" by its operation than any other class of people in the country. Wifcen the banquet table of good times is spread with the fruits of pros perity the negro will not be admitted to a eeat at the first tabl e, he will feed up on what remains, aft...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 11 September 1897

S-W%?* mo flNlE APPEAL STEADILY GAINS J^ BECAUSE: j) 1It aims to publish all the news possible 2It does so impartially, wasting no words. 3Its correspondents are able and energetic. GUATEMALA. SOME SIGHTS AND SCENES ITS HISTORIC CAPITAL. later under floods ot sand and water vomited from the Volcan de Agaa Th^ second capitalnow spoken of as Guat emala la Antiguawas built a few miles east of the formti site, andvinn1773 rtnd was al completely troc a earthquake Fmallj the low going people awoke to the realization that it might be better to build somewhere else than close under the noses of two active \o'canoes and erected ibeir third capital thntj niles north of the ruined cities in the 'Valley of the Hermitage Guatemala la I\u~va as the present capital is called ia by all odds the handsomest and largest city in Cential America Its situation is ideal 000 feet above the sea, in the tieira tenplada or temperate zone surrounded on all bides by green hills and pastures, cof teo groves suna...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 11 September 1897

JfS. THE APPEAL. 01ONAL AFR8-MIERHJAH KEWSPAPtt ISSUBB SIHCLTANKOUBLT 1* Mint ?aul, Minneapolis, Chicago* Louisville, St. Louis. Dallas. .HUMS BROS. SOLE PR6PRIET0RS. ST. PAUL OFFICE, aTf 47-8 Union Block, 4th and Oedar J. Q. ADAMS, Editor. Mf^EAPOUS OFFICE, atamranty Loan Building, Room 087 J. V. KEMP, Manager. CHICAGO OFFICE, To. S23-5 Dearborn/3t Suite 13-14-10 C. F. ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, to. 312 West Jefferson St. Room 9 H. C. WEEDEN, Manager. ST. LQtflS, OFFICE, TO. 1002 FRANKLIN AVENUF 4. H. HARRISON, Manager. DALLAS OFFICE^ TUMBER 407 I AIII STREET L. A. bROWN, Manager. i .1 TERMS, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE: Single copy, one year $2.00 Single copy, six months $I.IO Single copy, three months 60 When subscriptions are by any means allowed to run without piepajnient, the.terms are 60 mis for each IS weeks and 5 cents for eaoh mid week or at the rate of $J 40 per year Remittances should bo made by Express Money Order. Post Office Money Order, Regis tered Letter or Bank Dra...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 11 September 1897

WtJ r^/ mu Charles Oabes who died Monday Sept. 6th of Hernia was buried Thursday 8-p 9th at 2 P. M. Hi body was placed in he German Lutheran cemetery. waB a memberof the Naval Vetrans As socia ion. Mr. Talbert had charge of the funeral. Mr. George Ray the popular young society gentleman from Stillwater visit ed our city Monday Sept. 6. wa guePtofMr hnd Mrs. J. S. Harris Busi ness preven'ed him from being enter tained by his nunc, ero s friends. W simply eay call again soon. Mrs. T. King has returned from her trip to the Nashville Exposition she brings back glowing accounts of the Minnesota Exhibit, says it ranks with he foremost, and everything showing off to good advantage, and so mu"h of it, the paintings of Mr. J. R. White and the large center piecea of Mrs. A Kirtley and Mrs. J. Griswold receiye great prxiee from the different visitors to ih exposition as they are works of Art in every way, Mrs. j^ing also spent part of the time in St. Louis, being gone 18 days altogether and gi...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 11 September 1897

MILES AND KNOTS. Some Information That Is Well Worth Remembering. Distances at sea are measured in miles, just as they are on land, but the speed of a ship at seathat is, the number of miles she makes through the water in one hour of timeis measured in knots. There is there fore a difference in the meaning of the word "mile" and "knot they are no more synonymous than are the words "distance" and "speed," to which they the correlated. It is well to bear in mind, in speaking or writing of nauti cal matters, this distinction, that a mile is a unit of distance, but a knot is a unit of speed. There are 'wo kinds of a milea statute or land mile and a nautical or sea mile. A statute mile is 5,280 feet It is our standard of itinerary measure adopted from the English, who in turn adopted it from the Romans. A Roman military pace, by which distances were measured/was the length of the step taken by the Roman soldiers, aid was approximate ly five feet long a thousand of these paces were called...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 18 September 1897

nt$$"r***?*v'/ Wf~ The Foople Believe in Operas and Have Them in Trench, German and Italian UarrioH a Brave manAn Excited People Tragic Death of the Dictator. Cua'coma'a la Nucva, Special CorrespondenceGuatemala only opera bouac, the Teatro National, is the one cash in-ad\ance enterpri&e in the republ It was built by the government, and not only is the Jiouse furnished, lent free, with an orchestra "'thrown in but a subvention of $40,000 a oa permits the employment of good artists, I ronch, Ceiman, and Italian During the season, which lasts from October to May, thiec iegula perfoimances -are given every weekusually liglit opera, with a ballet at tachment and on the alternate evenings are beneiits and extra tunciones,' at the pleas ure nf the manager The building itself is "lerv handsomea general imitation of the iCgliso de Madelatne, in Paris, with a col um 'ed and pedimonted front, like that of the* Paithenon It is of brick and stucco thelat tei in blocks ta icpicsent stone, an...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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