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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - October 25, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                THE PUBLIC GITY In Their Verdict People who find their way into the ONLY RELIABLE One Price TWO NOTED ACTORS jjothing Of the truth when they say to us that we keep the best crops of Underwear Gloves in Gass county Buying in conjunction for I hree Stores we are nereby enabled to procure u discount from 15 to 25 percent and no store within lOOO mlos of here own their Goods as low as we do WE HAVE The NEWEST Effects in Cheviot OvercoatsCashmeres Worsteds Kerseys Chinchillas Fur Beav ers Castors and Corkscrews with double vVarp Serge and silk sleeve lining ranging In price from UP TO 2000 Wowlil positively save you from to on any Suit or Overcoat and from 1O to 2O cents on any other line of Goods In addition to above grand inducement we present a chance with every dollar on a grand China Dinner Set 12ti Pieces Silver Watch Marble Top Center Table and 23 Fine Stee Engravings By tho Liberal One Price Clothier HARRY FRANK To Be Sure of LoRansport and Delphi WE Have Most sensible peo ple want good reasons why they should trade with a Mer chant We have most of Lo gansports best Trade There is some we dont get which we Those who do here know To those who let us state that we ask their trade because we can give Better Service Better Value and a much Better Assortment This may not be mod esty but it is busi ness Fall and Winter Suitings Overcoat ings and Trouserings Such as are recommended by Miss Clark LOWEST PRICES flSKED Call and Inspect Ttie Grand Bazaar 4thSt MONEY OormraJ Insurance and All kinds of Inwurnnco pluewi in Hrstclusa companies En lowment policies purohafled Ilonds of suretj Britten fur pnriiius tickling1 positlona of mat whcro i i renjlretl 21P Pearl3t S M CLOSSON MONEY In liiind to Loan on time fib Lowest Hntey on ffood real tiistale security jrivatc funds only Special armiiKcuieuta to suit of borrower KSKU W MUNSON 214 FourthSt Opp Court House nil on Moudtys KrMuyB or Saturdays MONEY TO LOAN Anil 11 ought in tiny sum over 523 Loir eat rfuoa Lurtre amounts at ti per oeut GEO B FORGY DR W D SNOW Special Attention Glvcu to Chronic Diseases ami DUetisen of Ujuien nnd Children ELECTJCAL TREATMENT CouBiiltatlon Free Office 223 Fourth stree up Loffuusporl Imlitina want trade why doat DH B W Homeopathic1 Physiciam S10 thSt Orur Martins Jewelry Storo Importing Talior Successor to F M Harwood 311 Market Street XOTICJE Of Stale of Indiana Casei Coimtv s Tho stutc of Imlhimi to the sheriff or CASS County Greeting I Ctmrles w Pisk Ctrk or the Cass Circuit Court irlthlu tintl Cor Itlkl County and State do hereby certify tlmt an election will be held at the places for holding1 elections in the several townships and precincts of Cass Comity In thp state ot Indiana by tne quail tied voters thereof on TnesitnjHollowing the tlrst Monday In November 1MM tho sume be intr the 4th Iny of Novimbcr V For the pvirpoie of sleeting tho followingState and County ofllcers towit One Secretary of State One Auditor of Stal One Treasurer of Suite Ono AttorneyGeneral of Sttvte One Judre of Supr me Court Fifth District One Clerk of Suprene Court of State OOP ttnttstlstican of State One Superintendent of Public Instructions of State One Geologist of State One CoriKressuitn Tenth District of Indiana One Joint RepresLncative Cass and Miami Counties One Senator of Casn County Ooe of Cass Couoty One ProsecutingAUornoy Twentyninth Ju dlcla One Clerk of Cass County One Sheriff of Caes County Oae Auditor Cass County One Treasurer of County One Recorder of County One Coroner of Cas Couuty One Surveyor of County One Commissioner of Cass County First Dis trict One Conimisslouer of Cass County Third District In testimony whereof I have hereunto Bet my hand nnd tho seal of saiti court at Lotcansport this attulay of October A D IS90 SKU C VV FLSK Clerk of the Cass Circuit Court ttaie of Indiana County ss The qualifled voter of Cass County In the State of Indiana are herebv notified to meet at the usual of elections In their respective towushipji and ou Tues day tho 4th day of November 1SW and then and therr vote for persons to fill the offices specified in the abort and forvgomsr certificate of Cleric of the lisa Circuit of the aforesaid County cuiti Staw to mo directed Witness niy oand ihis stii dar of October A D 1S98 JOHS DOSAIDSOS Sheriff Cass County Indiana Then Baby sJclt wa gsire her Qutorift wu a Child she cried for Cartoit Wheo ilw illx clujig to tn Try Hoosier cough syrup Hearts of Oak at theopera house to night Solimanos new oyster bay is now open Try his Etews ilarvey the youn son of Mr Reorge W Miller ia quite ill Otto Kraua says why pay furnishers fifty cents more for underwear than he asks Hurry Chase will sins with the1 Ciii opera company at Lafayette next j week i Do your pants bag at the knee Then use the Strueter S Craig j agent j Loders Hilarity company will api pear at the opera house on next Friday i evening j Mrs Kehlenbrink of Richmond ia in tbe city visiting her daughter MnHenry Heilforink The New York comedy company will close their weeks engagement in this city toniiht Is Wilson Bros underwear any better if found on the shelves of a furnisher or at Otto KrausV Mrs M H Mills of Ml Vernon Ohio is visiting her sister Mrs E T Stevens on west Broadway Mr E F Kearney operator at the Panhandle offices returned today from K pleasure trip to Pennsylvania The St cuurch festival will close at the rink tonight The receipts last evening were very satisfactory Mr Henry Heitbrink paying teller at the State National bank a boy The youngster arrived yesterday afternoon Mr J C Becklej has returned to his home in Spring Hill Knn after a four weeksvisit with his sister Mrs H C Hnmmootrce Camclen Expositor O P Shedran came down from Loganaport yesterday to altend the funeral of his grandfather Mr Icicuert Mr Arthur Sturgeon has returned from Indianapolis much improved in health and will resume his duties as operator at Peona junction Monday Tbe ball given at the G A It hall Thuriday night was a most eiijoyabla The club will give a dance every two weeks during the winter Mrs F A Wilson is authorized to take subscriptions for Stanleys book In Darkest Africa until after Ihe hol White local agent Mr U S Tousley chief train dis patcher of the Panhandle at this point has decided uot te employ telegraph operators who have not reached the age of 21 years Tbe September term of the Cass cir cuit court adjourned yesterday afternoon at The November term will con vene for a twelve weekss session Mon day Noy 3d Mr and Mrs Emmet Oister of Peru attended the funeral of their child who died of diphtheria and upon remrnitig home they found a second one had also died ef the same diseaie L A Cole of Laporte a leading at tnriey who showed symptoms of insan ity nnd was removed to the Logausport hospital for treatment has developed acute mania and will not recover Van Bennett The Kansas Cyclone will deliver two speeches in this city at the rink an uext Wednesday afternoon and evenins on the subject of Prohibi tion The Fisk glee club will sing Charles A Gardner in Fatherland at Dolan3 Wedneaday evening next Gardner la one of the finest German comedians on tho American stage and his company is said to be firstclass Lafayette Journal I fi Wade was unanimously reelectfd chief tem plar of Indiana at the grand lodge meet ing at Logansport Wednesday The po sition carries a handsome lalary with it Rev JB Lamb of the Cumberland Presbyterian church is absent from the city this week attending the Indiana synod st Martiasvilie He bad expected to return nod occupy his pulpit next Sabbath but writes that his duties as moderator of the synod will prevent him from doing so consequently there will no preaching service in his church this Sabbath It is rumored that Oliver Porter the drnymsn has deserted his family con sisiiog of a wife aud several small chil dren and is DOW living at Toliston near Hammond with a depraved woman named Birdie Collis who formerly re iu this city Porter met the woman for the first time early list summer and becoming infatuated spent his entire earnings on her It is said Ibat before leaving his wife he told her that in cnse she applied for a divorce he would swear to provide for her Messrs Joe W Bell and D M Foster of the Fort Wayne and and improve ment compuny were in the city yester day negotiatintr with Mr S C Taber for the purchase of a tract of land ad joining the corporate limit of Fort Wayne and containing 160 acres Mr Taber holds the land nt 150000 which the visitors considered too high and the deal was declared off Hid Messrs ter and Bell succeeded in purchasing the land they would have erecteH the neces sary buildings and maintained a perman ent exposition on the grounds Tbe Richmond papers announce that DellXeffa Panhandle freight conductor well known in this city and Louie Mil ler known Collins one of the most notorious of the demimonde of Richmond were united in marriage on Tuesday Neff admits that he pro cured a license but denies that the mar riage ceremony had ever been performed he claiming to have destroyed the license after he had tobered up Notwithstand ing denial it has been learned that the ceremony was performed by Rev A W Lamport at his retidenee at 11 oclock Tuesday night Jeffersons Acquiremen Trylnjt Time Joe Jefferson is not only a meritorious painter a distinguished actor and a pleasant magazinist but according to one of hiis eulogies can msbe the frames for his own picture plane the boards on which hi plays and set the type for his literary essays It can not be told how many oilier crafts Mr Jefferson is the master of While Nat Goodwin was playing in A Gold Mine a few nights ago in West Superior Wis 10 3 bouse in which 1 500 people were assembled aud when quoting the dialogue of the play which made him gay A woman is queer theres no living with her and theres DO living without her and then broke down few piople in the audience could account Ior tbe weakness Ten minutes before he went oa the stage he received a teleisram and after reading it tore it with that gesture which is so fimiliar lo theatregoing people and leaning his head upon the hotel counter gave way ta strong emotion message informed him that his wife had been so seriously injured that she would probably die His priel was so obvious that it attracted attention in the hotel and it was thought he woukl not be aole to appear but a crowded house awaited him and he filled his engagement though what it cost him was known only to a few WHAT SHALL WE WEAE THE CURIOSITY SHOP LONDON PARIS AND NEW YORK FASHIONS Frills and Abound on Many cil the Newest Some of tJhe Street Dresses Art Frencto Toilet for Infurmnl Receptions On many of the uew dresses everrtoiag in way of trinimintr oii the skirts runs 1o I frills or flounces The novelty in one dress j seeu was the trimming which consisted of several rows of velvet put 01 la 11 Vandyke j pattern around the boUtun of akirtand carried up the back from hem to waist Gold aud silver passementeries are still numbered with 71ress gHrni turcs A black yiiuzr yowu with gold For Wetter for Women who have husbands to euppor them often take it aa a matter of course and perchance even complain that they are not supported in ease and Affluence says a New York exchange It might be well for such to look at another side of the matter sometimes It has heen esti mated by an employe of the United States bureau of labor that there arc 27 000 married men in the city of New York who are supported by their wives less than 7000 of whom are in meniil service The modistes are iu the majority This includes dressmakers and milliners many of whom own property some being very wealthy and all welltode The board ing house keepeis rank ness in numbers the professional women who embrace doctors lawyers dentists auristiwriters teachers musicians lecturers designers painters embroiderers come third Then there are the shopkeepers who it is said make the best providers WHO Has lIrd Oweus opera house speech leaves some one in an unenviable position A take or u falsehood is afloat No one familiar with the shrewd Tomlinson will believe him so stupid as to misunderstand Owen He could have had no reason for misrepresenting Owen It stands Tom linson against Owen Who ia most inter ested in evading the results of this in famous proposition Who would be ex pected lo do the squirming Tomlinson has an wants one If a lie is out it may remotely hurt Tomlinson to have it saddled ou him while if fas tened where it legitimately belongs will hurt Owen now Some one in Ruilly of a falsehood and it is neither Hardy Mc Connell nor Tomlinson Slerjator Turpies Senator Divid Tcrpie will address the citizens of Lognnsport and vicinity ou next Tuesday evening Oct 28th at the Broadway rink Of course he will have s good audience because te is one of the must logical and eloquent speakers in the country His coming will strengthen the Democratic column aud make the Democratic hosts firmer in their demand for a lower tariff and their belief in non interference with the rights of the staie to manage their own affairs Every Democrat in Cass county should if pos sible hear Senator Turpie th aba champion of Democratic principles Tltfdlcuy Winks As the Tiddledy Winks is a new and novel game a brief description apropos A flat wide glass is placed in the center of a cloth covered table aud the players surround the table Each playor is sup plied with six small cbeckn and one larger one The object is to Hip the Small checks iato the glass The cover on the table being flexible the act of flip pine throws the check into the air It requires considerable practice to become expert and the mishaps and miscalcula tions of the novice are very amusing A Showing The synod of the Indiana Presbyte rians which was in session at Indianap olis last week consists of 200 ministers and 312 churches each church being en titled to one delegate making the whole number of delegates 521 These repre sent a lay membership of 31284 and of this number 3726 is the incrsaie over last year For home missions them WAS con tributed 325388 and for the church ex tension 8157197 Tnke Xotlce Beginning with Nov 2d no more goods will positively be sold on Sunday by the clothing and gents furnishing storet Customers will have time to make their purchases up to 11 oclock on Saturday nights Journal copy tor one week Heal Rmtaie List of transfers of real estate n Cass OOUDIT reported by Fisfc 4t Velser abstractors only complete abstract in OSaecnntv Igbtningr tornado accident and life insurance i agents Money u hand to loan on liberal j tsrms OSce No 294 Forth itrcet courthouse Loffimsport Ind Margaret Klein to Geo FettiB e ht i of lot 11 in Park In N S LsRose 3d adl consideration Geo Fetti to Mariraret Kletn n hC of above lot consideration Q A Myert to Susan Mabbetr lot 71 in T C Whitesiles Sd add Vfwt consideration Q A Myers to llargsret A Jfabtwtt lot 70 In above acid consideratton 1 00 1 John F Johnson to Nancy A Hatlia lot 45 in Johnsons lUrenude add coos ideration 2 1 00 A IAHIS TOILETTE hpots for evening wear Is edged with a couple of rows of gold passementerie and a luce flounce There is a revulsion against tha vary close fitting tijSht skirts and while steelj and pads are riot visible dreases made full tit the bach with a natural nnd grac fill flow Some of the newest Htreet tlresset flra quite plain in front riiii at the with folds behind or have folds In front plain aides and folds behind In tho cut Is illustrntrd n charming French toilette iu cashmere aul silk suit able for carriage or informal reception vreac The polonaisein cnahmore is draped In frout liul shiahefj at tha btck It bor dered with pasaerncntcria The coquille at tho sido apparently emerges from draped folds on thv1 left hip The acrni trained skirt is of silk Rich iliihlia tints and ruddlsh ure shown in French color cards In slt shades rrtntjinif up to tha pale tint ot Per imn lilacs Tho lieat violet shades are verj rich Clear djuk are in otter bronze and coffee brown Morn yellowish browns aretabac tind thp lljjht bison cafitor mid tetxe shiilpfl The yrnjH ire metallic bilvcr gray aud Bteel nickel and dark plitinum gray Bluet blue and tnrquoine are eicelleut colors for niillJtierj royal blue the bleu France and dnrk marine ftrc winter colorw and die sray blues are altnoRt steel color A pale china blue is mimed after Palissy aud with turquoise will be much used to lighten black and the davk browu nbndes RrigSit Spanish yellow is alsc much combined with black Tho new Kreons nre tliOHO blno tints Litlcst StyluB In itlbljonn Plain double faced satin ribbons are thf fsxhionablr trimming fornutunin bonnets and with velvet ribbons will be used throughout tlio vrluter Uncut velvet rib borjs with satin stripes and birge velvet pots oa satin utripes ore very ityllsh vclvet rlblwns will remain in favo for strings aud two inch widths for trim til inss Shot prince velvet ribbons are mucl used in Pnriii High stiff loops polutei cuds lonx looped bows and torsadas o soft folds of piece velvet are on the new hats Metal ribbons especially gold silver aro used alone or in combination with velvet or satin ribbons Illtlo Girls Uttle girls dresses are many of therri piorided with lints or bonnets to match tills The variety Is decidedly frgahiiijr Smocking of there LITTLE GAILS FROCK leen a surfeit seems to be on the wane U the cut Is shown n chnrminff little frock In silk and wool Tho deep which form a tort ot roko orer the bodice are in silk are that finish the neck and aleeveB Ths sash Is also of silk remainder 0 frock is of any soft woolen fabric that may bo Kelecled Faxhloii Ths girl duile Is now haunting the fanh iouHble tailor who ia fosbionlnf all of mannisb top jackets walatcojits lad habit nhtrts a between the woman who yut on be who U unwsjd A few women knack o alrrarft appearing well A well dressed woman always takes ciw to lie well shod and veil gloved If her driiss tod bonnet aro not in the very latest fasih icn A cashuiera with a brocade of Irrtig ulir Is but itifl The AmAEjn appear with a uisw for besides the plum colors and the ipecklsd surfaces thsy are enacted Interesting FmcU AboaSXJiit Servant of ElfctricitJ j The term electxielty U derived Crom the I Greek word electron meaning amber because from ftmbex the properties of what call electricity were first discovered Six hundred years before the Christian era Thales wrote concerning the attraction amber when nibbed for dry and light bodies But it ia to an En glishman named Gilbert that we owe the word electricity which he derived from i the Greek and in his 1600 A j discxiiises the force of the so called fluid Otto Von Guerike of allr pump celebrity nud ruanf others after him con tinued the iuvestigation of the subject j At the beginning of the last century great attentija wais paid to the electric machine The Leyden JRr wa as its name indicates discovered by brock of Franklin mads the first lightning ducovery in 1780 Volts and Galvaui to w hose invention we owe vol1 taic eiectricify and grtlvanlsm Had Faraj day in more modern times gave a great impetus to electrical science The great j part that electricity has been playing in I the domesti history of the wold since Faradays is probably known to the j youngest of reiiders What the future of this agent may be we can only guess i for even now It may be said that electricity s in its infancy The Stars and Stripes Itis related that the flag which was raised at Cambridge Jan 21776 by Wash ington was composed of thirteen red and white stripes with the crosses of St George and St Andrew emblazoned on the blue canton in place of the stars This flag was also carried by the fleft under command oi Blek Hopkins when it sailed from the Delaware capes Feb 17 1776 n tbe follow og year June 14 1777 the con tinental congress passed a resolution That the flae of the United States bis thirteen stripes alternate red and white that the Union be thirteen atars white on a blue field representing a new constellation Haw or by whom the idea of the star was first suggested Is u ncertaln although there are some who ascribe it to John Adams while others claim ertlre was bor rowed from tha coat of arms of the Wash ington family In this flag the itars were arranged in a circle although no form was officially pre scribed It is supposed that the first dis play of the national flag at a military post was at Fort Schuyler oa the site of tbe vil lage of Rome Oneidu county N Y The fort vras besieged early in the month o August 1777 and the garrison were with out a flag So they made one according tc the prescription of congress by cutting up sheets to form the white stripes bits ol toarlet cloth for the red stripes and the blue ground of the stars was composed ol portions of cloth cloak belonging tc Capt Abraham Bwarthout of oountv N Y and the flag won unfurled Aug 8 1777 LABORING MEN Cburaoturlstio Amerluiiutaius The number of absolutely new words in troduced Into English language In America is remarkably small As an in stance may be mentioned caucus for a secret political assembly This is e cor ruption of calk house a cnlkers shed in lioston where the patriots before the Rev olution had usually held their meetings The several divisions of the United States have their characteristic Americanisms In the New England states ugly is used for 111 and guess for a great variety of think presume sup pose etc This use of guess is confined to New England The inhabitants of New York and the middle employ expect in the same way while those of the southern state reckon and those of thewestern states calculate Several vrorda current In the middle states ure of Dutch origin as loafer for a vagabond from the Dutch loopen to run and boss Tor a heuil workman or employer The verb to fix is made to do duty all over the country for expressing ull kind of action The well known phrase go ahead Is coinage o the west und posted up in a subject toi the well informed is one of a class of meta phors Indicative of the prominence of mep cantile pursuits Apollo IJetvetlere The Apollo Belvedere is one of the most perfect statues created by the sculptore the greatest existing work of antiquity origin and date are un known being variously attributed to Aga sias Praxiteles and Culamis It was found In 1503 in the ruins of ancient Antium now Porto and subsequently placed in the Belvedere of the Vatican whence the name by Pope Julius 11 who had purchased it before his accession to tho papacy The French removed it in 1T97 but replaced It after 1815 When found the rijjht hand und part of the arm nd the left hand were wanting they were restored by Angela do Montoraoli a pupil of Michael Angela Tbe statue represents the gad at the moment of his victory over the python and of heroic size and nude The left arm is extended still holding the bow while the right hand which has just left the string is near the hip The figure ia muscular and poised with exquisite grace It shows the very perfection of manly beauty Jewelry 111 Ancient It is Bonaewhat curious to find says The Ilorological Review that about 800 B C false or clieap jewelry was worn at Cyprus as commonly as It Is In the present day by a certain class of people Several exam ples of bracelets earrings and rings were found while excavating ou that island wbicliareof bronze or copper covered with a thin leaf of gold With the passion pos sessed by these people to symbolize every thing all personal ornaments signified more than their outward appearance sug gested Finger rlnga indicated power be cause they were usually signets the ear rings meant servitude bracelets recalled bondage while the necklace reminding one of a wreath of Sowers thrown about the neck tended rather toward an honora ble distinction Among the necklaces dis covered in the treasure chamber at Cie rium on the Island of Cyprus is on which represents lotus flowers The JLoafUtoue or Magnet Ancient writers Pliny Homer and Aristotle mentioned the existence of the magnet ami Humboldt refers to the knowledge of it possessed by the ancients Pliny says the magnet atone Is Cantabria and we have heard loacUtoues that are supposed to support Mahomets coffin at Metbna Tbe orijprt of tliis fable was probably owing to the order given by Ptolemy w bis Dlnochares Ptolemy wished the roof of a temple at Alexandria to be roofed with j the magnet stone so that the imige of j his sister Arsinoe should remain j eJ therein But the death of the king j his architect prevented the project from hong carried oaf IF or Sale A fresh 5yearold cow with calf In quire at this office Not to be outdone by the protected inj dustries the express companies of the j country will advance their rates about 25 per cent beginning November 1 Minstrelsy End Billangs does yon know tnddur night oa de street kvah I I fell asleep j Middle rode by whah you i jot off I reckon j No I fell so hard it woke me ap right And then the baajo twanged and tbe iVnuorins went him tnm mid all the 1 people thonted themselves with I Bazar Trtte Econom j ilrs have every gas burner in the bonuse lighted wiU yon George Mr It rather an un necessary extravagance darling Mrt at all I nnd there U a discount ora billi paid be fore the irsrclf th and we mtut rnn up a big gas bill to aa to jet a nice big dia The Tariff has not struck in on us think Kentucky Jeans Pants lined Heavy Suit Underwear Heavy Blue Overalls Two Common Suits Underwear Fine White Dress Shirts laundried Good Flannelette Shirt Bour Pair allwool Hose A Good Wool Hat Heavy Engineers Jacket 1 dont 50 cts 50 cts 50 cts 50 cts 5O cts 50 cts 50 cts 50 cts 50 cts In addition we present our customers with choice of either Shakespeares Works Websters Nickle Alarm Clock Respectfully OTTO KR AUS The Peoples Clothier MATILDA JOSUYN GAGE A Romlnlactnt Letter from lllllu Dev oreux lllulto SpeciaJ CorrcspomiiKt1 NEW YORK Oct wish here to Riy a few vrords of a woman who al though one of the pioneers of tho wom an suffrage movement is still in the fullness of her powers and ability Ma tilda Joslyn Uuge a brown haired the youngest of all the speakers at a convention in the early fifties When 1 first met her in 1S70 her abun dant locks were almost white but she still had ami has today a youthful alert frgtire She is the thinker and historian of our cause all her writings being character ized by profound scholarship aud deep thought Her fathvr Dr Joslyn was widely known in central New Yrk as a capa ble physician aud enthusiastic reformer From him she received every advantage of education She early married Henry D Gage a successful merchant and has had her houie for many years in Payutte ville near Syracuse Sho has raised a family of children but lias found time always to pursue her studies and to aid the cause of woman suffrage A deep seated almost fierce love of freedom is one of her characteristics No wonder passionately espoused the cause of tho enfranchisement of her sex iihe especially exceU iu epigrams aud from her pou 1mve come most of the mottoes which have adorned letter heads imvelopen banners etc One of her tavorite utterances which has been wide ly quoted without credit to her express es her dominant thought There is n word which is dearer than mother home or heaven and tliat word iis liberty Her contributions to the literature of the cause have been of great value She was one of the editors of tho Woman Suffrage History1 and her chapter Woman and State is one of the ablest in the throe volumes t is a masterly arraignment of the priesthood For the injustice inflicted upon women tr agh centuries vs rage was for many years presi it of thj New York State Woman 1 iffirage asiiociation She has organized ifampaigne und delivered lectures She has addressed legislative committees at Albany and congressional committees at Washington and was active in several political campaigns Last winder she founded the Womans National Liberal league which was es tablished at a large convention held at Washington in February She is an ex presiding officer and her speeches are worthy of the closest attention from their depth of thought LILLIE DEVEUEUX BLAKE The black curly Astrakhan fnr in which so many delight comes from a species of sheep only to he fonnd on the steppes of Persia Few as they toy with the pretty kinky cnrls are aware that to get the fur n perfect condition the lamb is smothered at DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS on Which Ormton will H tn the Various The Democratic central committed nounces the following meetingsto which the voters of all parlies are invited All meetings to be held in the evening SATURDAY OCT 25 Twelve Mile Adams vin K Barnlisrt and F M Kimler Young evening Nov 1st M F Mahoney nod F M Kistler ThursdayOct to Palmer school house M D anj Hon Max Gordon SATnuxiy Nov 1st D Dykeman and Fickle Bruner School house Washington tp L McFadin and lairy Hon Hufus Mcnee will apeak at the following places on the mentioned below Tuesday Oct school houte Jefferson township Thursday Oct Nook bouse Clay township Marcus M Kileore Democratic can didate for joint Representative of Cass and Miami counties will speak an fol lows Lincoln Wednesday Oct Sfltb evening New Oct 80th evening Ott 31st evening Hoyal Nov lit evening If people w ould take the adtice of B F Keisiing the druggist they never would start on a journey without a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Choiera and Diarrosa Remedy It can always tra depended upon and pleasant to take Scrofula Is the most ancient and most general of an diseases Scarcely a family Is entirely free from it while thousands everywhere aro Its suffering slaves Hoods Sarsaparilla hail had remarkable success In curing every form of scrofula The most severe and painful running sores swellings In the neck or goitre hurooin the eyes caostng or total blindness yield to the powerful effects of this medicine It thoroughly re moves every Impurity from the bUxxL i7k one ot tne nrst settlsrm nt ilarion 5 j ir The New York predicts that the McKinley tariff bill remain for ten years My little daughters lile was saved u we believe by Hoods Sarsapartlli Before ibe vras six months old she had 7 running scrofula sores One physician advised the amputation of oae of her fingers to which we refused assent Wlien we began giving her Hoods Sarsaparilla a marked Improve meat wa3 noticed and by a continued use of it her recovery was complete And she s nowi being seven years old Strong and healthy B C JOEB Alna Lincoln Comty He Hoods Sarsaparilla C I HOOD CO Apothecaries Ixnrcn HIM 1OO One Dollar There are many white soaps each represented to be just as good as the Ivory They are not but like all counterfeits they lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine Ask for Ivory Soap and insist upon having it Tis sold everywhere Will addren hli old anj friends M Ixo Q an sp oft TUESDAY DDT 28th 1890 In the Evening or all twrtet to w hear an aMe itddrMt tram the Junior Cnlted Aerator Immtmt The uuUn are wpectallr j   

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