Added: Debra Levering - Date: 17.02.2022 03:20 - Views: 19691 - Clicks: 6264
Search America's historic newspaper s from or use the U. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between present. Chronicling America is sponsored tly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more. Aw ru? Kvans was appointed custodian bf the government building in Des IMoines. Barrett and Dhnmitt. Tlic Searchlight is the name of a new 29 wm looking 4 Des Moines to be established in this eitv by jjjpHeury French, of Chicago.
There was a grand picnic at Glen dale Park, Mo. There was a good program and all who attended report an. William Sample tried to commit sui cide K'riday night by taking the lauda num route. He is 21 years old. The ball given at Hansen's ha. July 2! Those present report a good time. John Sayles was married to Mrs. They are residents of the city of Clinton, Iowa. James Smith, an old and highly espected citizen of Muchakinoek, died iis home Tuesday. All who knew krespected and honored him and.
Laws on ption," Sunday evening, jht and emphasis. The ex- E. Barton was pration. Taylor it president ot the day. Lewis, of Chicago. Deputy I'nited States Marshal. Worth, 'lex. He is a competent trainman, but he is the wrong color to belong to the A.
Passenger brake men, switchmen and car repairers aie a common sight in and about hieago. Many are being trained for future use and colored boys who have a desire to work for good wages and attend strict ly to business during business hours will have a new neld open to them.
Lewis was raised in this city and has many friends here who will be pleased to learn that he is doing well. Prices always with the times. Joe LaCour is home from Chicago. Weeks removed to East Locust last Saturday. Scott has been on the sick list for several days. Warricks, who has been ill for several days, is improving. Miss Maud Williams has gone to Omaha to spend the summer. Mash has been confined to her bed by sickness for several days.
Miss Sarah Lee is in the city residing ai the home of Mr. Hanks was door keeper for the Republican State convention. Jones, of Ottumwa, was in at tendance at the state convention this week. John Allen and her three daugh ters have gone to Newton to spend the summer. Johnson represented Polk county as a delegate to the congressional convention. Win Brown formerly of Des Moines, but late of Minneapolis, is in the city to spend the winter. Austin departed for her 'old home in Hamilton, Will Green was the victim of 29 wm looking 4 Des Moines sprained leg and arm by a fall at the ball game one day this week.
Dora Reed, sister of Mrs. Moore of East Locust, is visiting in the city. She will return to ilier home in Colorado Springs early in August. Cunningham returned home from Newtan, where she has been vis iting her parents, Mr.
Smith, a former resident of Des Moines, but now of Omaha, Xeb. He was recently re-elected sanitary inspector of that city and returned home Tuesday. Monday, for a Miss Jackson has been city for some time and lines with many wel lis. Spotts is all smiles this week. Mother and baby doing well.
Loinaclt is pushing forward the work on his new church to completion. He expects to have it completed by the loth of August. It will be a line edifice when linished. Watts went to Hloomfield Tuesday on business, returning home the same day.
Oilman, who has been visit ing in this city for some time, the guest of Mrs. Taylor, returned to her home in Quiney. Illinois, last Monday evening. Shelton attended the District Grand Lodge of the G. Anna Johnson returned to her home in Ekion after a two weeks' visit with relatives in the city.
Miss Francis A. Itrown left Wednes day for College Mound. Mr Margaret Fox received a message the other day bearing the sad news that her daughter. Ellen Prater, of Sioux City, was very ill and not ex pected to live. Prater is well known in this city and has the sym pathy of many friends iti her affliction.
The A. Church will hold a basket meeting at Franklin park on August We are glad to note the fact that Isaac Johnson has been given an hon orable position in one of our leading business houses in this city. He was made foreman of Silverman Bros", store, after eleven years of faithful service in their employ.
He is 29 wm looking 4 Des Moines, competent and worthy of the trust they placed in him The social given at the Second Baptist church on Tuesday evening was a success both socially and financially. S'jx'ciitl Correajtowienee to Oytttinder. Very little has happened here during the past week worthy of mention, but we can proudly say that the Afro Americans of this city are all very busy making preparations for the grand celebratiou on the first of August. On last Monday evening the colored cit izens held a second mass meeting at the A.
Among the officers elected was Mr. John Mitchell who was chosen marshal of the day. He is the proper man for the place, having a thorough knowledge of the laws and rules connected with the office. Space will not permit us to mention the many events that are ex pected to take place here on that day. Quite along train of colored excur sionists from Muchakinoek. The cele brated Muchakinoek band led the visi tors through the principal streets of our city, and when all were in line for the march, it made quite a beautiful spectacle to behold.
The beautiful little steamer J. Atlee and barge were ready at the landing to convey the visitors to Fort Madison. The neat and popular barber shop of this city, lias received a thorough renovation, and is now the neatest and cleanest equal rights barber shop in the city.
He is a straight-forward, business-like gentleman and has quite a of friends. Peter Johnson gave a pleasant dinner party to a few of her Burlington friends last Thursday, and quite an enjoyable time was had by all present. Smith, a prominent Pres byterian minister of this city, will leave for Ft. Madison Wednesday, from which place he will go to Keokuk on the following day.
Smith is an old friend among the Burlington peo ple. Miss Lilly Polite, of Wapello, is visit ing with friends in the city. Alexander and Oliver, the genial proprietors of the new ice cream parlor and boarding house of this city, are meeting with much snccess. The gentlemen are. Davis and C. Mason, first and second cooks of the Cramer house, are expecting to attend the celebration at Oskaloosa the first of August.
Mines, Esq. Swan was in our city looking for miners for the Christy mines of Des Moines. Taylor ed him and de parted for C'enterville. James Thomas died Thursday and was buried Friday. The funeral serv ices were held at the A. Taylor, of Os kaloosa. Ford is still on the sick list. Mas Jackson, of LegrUnge. Sunday school and church, be it litwilved, ly residence on East Lynn. There were about fifty invited guests, and all pronouncc it the event of the season.
The Twilight Literary Society had its tirst meeting alter a long vacation Tuesday evening. The officers elected were: Albert Walker, president: Mr. Thomas, vice-president 1. Mott, assistant secre tary: Calvin Wheeler, treasurer Herbert Wright. The society expects to have the finest literary in the state this session. State I'alkcr of Omaha is vis it. This is the second time Mr. A few of tho leading ladies are an ticipating having a festival on the fourth of August for the benefit of the chapter and commaudery.
Malone will be in the city Sun day. Miss Belle Wells was taken very ill Friday evening, but is much better now. Mills and Frank John son left Wednesday morning for Spirit Lake, where they will spend the rest of the summer. James Washington is on the sick list. But what a farce for the colored man these words are. All labor fra ternities have rights before the law if managed by white men. It is not sur prising that so many betterments fail in the interest of labor, and so long as white labor will not guarantee the the black man's rights before the law, just so long is labor at a disadvantrge to corporate greed.
Social equality has nothing in the world to do with the equality of labor before the law. That is a personal matter with man 1 imself.29 wm looking 4 Des Moines
email: [email protected] - phone:(258) 493-1523 x 5096
William Morrison (chemist)