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   Oshkosh Daily Northwestern (Newspaper) - October 29, 1886, Oshkosh, Wisconsin                                Daily Northwestern "TubltoUvd by JOHN HIOKH. at {be- corner of MtUii luicl utrt'OU, Oubkobli, TKMMtt o .10 Tim JWbr WJSHTKHM. year Hi udviutoe TICK iMibr NOIITII WKHTKIIK, mouiui, '1'Ht. WKItXLV NOUTIIWItHTKIIK, ycttr.ln by carrlor to any part of the ulty. mall, podtttiff at foroifoliiK Up town offlw-lM' Main St. offlvo-OlU Fourteenth St. J. A. TruwKloll.MitliHItwr. Uorold nulldliiK, C.M. 1 THB full AiutofUUvJ I'rcw OUiiatchcii. and IK lurtwl intbroo iwparuto lonHuvvry TboCVmritlnK Kooiu Wit-phono liNo.91: Kditorial llooni tolvpbouo No. matter or news will boatumdod to at all bourn of tho duy. The most complete Job Printing office In Northern WlBOOimln IK connected with thin ollloo nnd ordew for nil of printing will bo promptly at- to. Addrcwi Hll coromnulcatlonB to THK DAJL.V KOKTHWKSTKJtN. VV18 At tho general election to be held next Tuenduy the uroposition to allow women the right of suffrage In school matters will be voted upon. The right is to allowed, or refuse, I, on the name restrictions regurding citizen- Bliip, pauperism, guardluiiBhip, etc.. as are imposed upon men. The bal- lots nre to be separate from tho ordi- nary ballots containing names of can- for "Dices titid khall read "For Woman Sulfruifo in School Matters" or "Against WViian Suffrage lu .School Matters." dSIIKOSH. KK10AY. OCT. Hl-ATK XKH'N. 'I'bc number of .voters roistered at ICnu Cluiru is over There are twelve or fifteen cases of ut Lu Crobse. A deer was killed by Wutisau par- ties thitt pounds. Milwaukee wants the next nation- al C. A. It. euciiinpuient in August .lutic-svillc ft creature who steals bees! Could he get away with a red hot stove? A Milwaukee syndicate lias sent a rciii-useutittivc to piospcct in Alaska for niiiifmls. The work of boring the artesian well for the wutcf works at Jaoesvillu has been commenced. A marsh tiro ocur Burnett destroy- nearly 50 blacks of buy 'owned by .farmers in-thal vicinity. Twenty-nine new pupils have been to the deuf-mute asylum at Dcluvnu since last September. La Crosse is preparing plans for u new brick sea house, to be built jiext season, at a COM Ot The four-year-old son of Mr. and Joeepu Vitine of Fond du Luc fell "ff the biduwulk and broke tin arfii. The price: of coal in .Jancsville ad- vaiii-irs 00 cents at the close of this U will then cost per ton. The manufacturers and jobbers of l.a Cnisst: liuvu formed a union. losepn C'ark is president and K. Cal vert secretary. The Mock of Meyer liros.. general dealers: Jloicobel, was sold at slier iffssalelo Alex. L. Mctzel, of Mil- Tlie Berlin Humane society has. reflected its old ollicers. The ciety reports good work done in pre- to animals. The dead man found near Muuston jiioved to be John Arnold of Milwi.u Jiec. He about years of age. a iinr-tender and addicted to excessive drinking, He leaves, a wife and one The. city of I'oraDoo has been light- with electricity lor liic past mouths, and already the inhab- itant: are dissatisfied with it, and favor the erection of gas works. The barn of the American house. Wt-lls. burned Monday nifrbt. and Norwegian, name unknown, who slept iu tliu lolt, was so badly burned thai he died the following morning. Its the town of Polk, Washington I'otintv. five children of Gustoff mirli iiavc lately died of diphtheria, and the three remaining children are dangerously sick from the sitme dis- ease. The Chicago Northwestern com- pany is surveying a direct line be- tween Lake Geneva and Cnicago. If it is, built the time between Lake i.Jcnevii mid Chicago will be much reduced. A La Crosse paper states it is a cer- tainty thiil the Cluciigo. Burlington  cli-irant phurmaccu- tical pr'-paration. which hns ti'-cn for more thun fortv a public tuvorite. Sick-Headache. Do yoa waiii a pure, insr Complexion J If so, a lew applications of Hasan's MAGNOLIA BALX will grat- ify you to your heart's con- tent. It does away with Sal- lowness, Kedness, Pimples. Blotches, and all diseases anc imperfections of the skin. 11 overcomestlie flushed appear- ance of heat, fatigue and ex- citement. It makes a lady of STANDARD SILVEKXVAKK CO., Uoston. appear but TWEBl- and so natural, gradual, and perfect are its effects, that it is impossible to detect its application. W.vST YOU TO DO PAK lor work for >our own home; plentv ol work; SI per pit-co: all inateriais A- Ohio. _________ Advertising Uurcau. 10 Spruce y. Hv. miui. tc B8. per month, and cx- os. (Joods staple: every one i and Ladies .VD1ES tranted to ?et HP Tea Clubs for J I'll re and CoiTevs. .Auostof articles to select trotii us premiums. pi-rlitl OITVr: to every -person that answers this we will ono pound of choice Tea. Ad- dress NATJ, TEA .V COFFEE CO.. Uoston. Moss. A. STREICH 8th St. West of Kansas. Leaders in all kinds of Plows "We sell the Scotch Clipper Moline PlowR. David Bradley Plows. Grand Dotonr Plovrs. Rock Island PIOT.-S. John Deere Plows. If you want to buy a flirt Premium on "V a llucny nt a price, comear.l uc. wekeenon hanj t.v for: be above A. STREICH BRO. BEST REFERENCES. IDECOK.A.TIVB ART NEEDLEWORK. Grand Opening: Nov. 2, AT THK UEVFKK 6 9. lioxcsStarch.............. XXX Milk Crackers, per i Goi.lcn Kio. Choice GrcenTeas ordinari- lv sold -it -VI and CO cents .1 pottnJ. cV-nts n lb. 3J Ibs for f 1.00. All Other Goods rtirt-1 in Hornc'f only one in 'world a conilnuouj .V MrQnrltr tvrrfTit. iWerful. OuralOe, Comfortable nnd El] .-ctivc. Avoid Over curt-d WILSON WASHBOARDS. ThespWashboardsarc with a rim. TheStronjtfSt boards :ir.tl In tho world. For sale liy all dealers. Take no others. BABY CARRIAGES SENTC.O.D. Ome Wh.lcnale Price. J PAY all cxpreM to polnu withim 3UO miles. LOW to select from. Send two cent stamp for Illustrated catnloiruc. Mention th'B paper, catnl Hr W. Keliable Salesmen Jo travel anrtfcl! totfcfortu'rOurOlc- Tobacco. 4c. arranscmentK. Salary or Cora- rolmlon. Iraiaeiliaily. New l i Havana Fourth brated Ajtenwto the New Liquid InkKnt5vr. Kemovw ink In two No abrasion of paper wherever wrltinirls Jonc. This the fitstest and navincartlclvin the market to-day. JM) per cent, iiniat to parties handling tt- One art-lit fvl.l worth In one dny In Ln- ror full particulars nod terms with Mamp. Monroe Eraeer Co. I J Wisconsin. JAMES MEANS' SHOE. Winter Apples and Potatoes CTicapcr at i: Weycrhorst's than any other place in the city. Received bjr the daily. Will not be undersold. Call and examinebt-forc mirchnglng. FINNEY, DUGAN ______ MAIN STREET. TINNING, Gas Fitting, complete of Hardware. and Nuilc roontatiUy on hand. Snilth will limo an on nt Jlio iiTM'Of ar" nllv -AT- PROPORTIONATE PRICES AT' itfllocnll ST ol rfll infotJiixiion i'  Jin ini" Tin- timilc is r.- tin; ]x lint t n- i: Everr d to., M- o 1 'jii 'y i I'rnTi'j. Hal NEWSPAPERS; will "id. ntij in f i "T ran for 52 i <-r Oaly First-Class Goods! XO SECONDS! WM. DiCHMANN. LAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY. OOU) 3KDA1, 1S78. BAKER'S PainMUs, Etc. NO. 24 MAIN ST. LUBRICATING. BURNING. SOAPMAKER'S AND TANNER'S OILS. MILL GREASE. ETC AT unVEST POSS1IILK PRICKS to Itowcil Co. H. L. LAWSON BRO., so ji filii'-h is nirl Tills- 1 rnonlh Ki f vr_ III. INSURANCE. NO. 106 MAW STREET. 1" Sprccc M-, N. Y. SCAVKKGER WORK, THK clnTH-rj- f. BAKER CO., S. P. GARY. FIRE INSURANCE NO. 130 MAIN STREET, OA3STDY. Candy, clrffant Cnum Caromcls and of all NO 10 HIOH STREET. (Commf-rria) JianJt Imildlnc.) .T. AV. STV.VK.VS. J. IIOrSB. SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PA in the per Hanplnir. Klc. 89 SfeWiMn St.. (Hbkotfc. Wto. Onir in all toantxr in   

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