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Indianapolis Evening Minute (Newspaper) - November 2, 1885, Indianapolis, Indiana If a it Rno Money wasted by Ian eating in Sofii or on at the prices and Tenns we a re offering. Trofim m repair Ili amp Prol aptly attended Pfafflin amp co.,82 Aal 84nortli Pentim Street. The eve dig minute. Tax a Mana a Oruro is published every afternoon except soladay. and a is kiss Tomoz 58 East Mariet Street . _ bid Tobias booms 71 West Market Street. To sub or subscription per year in advance.2.50 per week collected monthly. .05 per month by mail postage prepaid.25 Fingle c<9les.ora Esse wanted for Sale. For event deaths funeral and other notices one Hall cent a word for each insertion nothing less than twelve words counted. By ecu contracts made or other advertising specimen numbers sent tree on application. Judd Rosa _ the Mindte comp att s8 East Market Street Ndia Napolia ind. Nix Paone Calls Bisla Ess office. 140. Editorial rooms,79l Tuffli by Irao Hiir cars receives its dispatches trom the United press which furnishes telegraphic news to papers in All parts of the United states with a combined daily circulation of two million copies. Tae Caio Abo Ornas of this paper is at Hunt s Western news Bureau 120-122 fifth Avenue Chicago Herald building where the paper is regularly kept on file and can be seen at any hour of the Day or night by on patrons when visiting that City. To sat evening november 2, 1885. Amusements to Dat. Quot Knowsh s Ops a Holtsr the circus Queen. Band opera Bocsy comedy of errors. Disc mask ump in the ranks. Zoo theatre a Lida Gardner s minstrels. Vib Gima ave Ktuk rink skating. Coi ask silk. Einke ska tick. Church of. N. Ines. Ai. The indications Point to the belief that the Dowling Case is a perfect god Send to the mugwumps especially to their acknowledged Leader b. Swift. Aug thing that enables or. Swift to keep his name before the Public is held on to with a very tight grip and used for advertising purposes to the fullest extent. _ the influence of the Catholic clergy in England so far As it can be exerted in politics will be on the bide of the tories in the coming parliamentary election. They Are opposed to the free education Plank in the Radical platform for the reason As they say in a manifesto just issued that a state monopoly of education would undoubtedly imperil christianity Quot and because Quot it is Quot impossible for Good catholics to accept education entirely divorced from the enactment of the the austrian government has been called upon to decide a very delicate question but they have not lacked the requisite nerve and firmness to say u to the petition of two such eminent son stresses As Lucca and Materna. These two Prima Donnas a wanted the pitch at the Vienna opera House lowered and All the musical world was excited to know a what would be done in the matter. As the leading Heaters in Austria Are National and not private institutions the government had to Settle the question and it has done so. Licca and Materna must take the new pitch and so must All others a who sing in n Ienna. It comes High but they will probably get there. 11 it be True As is reported that the president in his coming message a will take the ground there should be to further calling in of Bonds and that the payment of the National debt should cease we believe he will be advising a More sensible course than that which is now being Pur eyed. It is doubtful if anybody is now or will in future be benefited the continued reduction of the debt. If the Bonds could to a still is eater extent be made the medium for permanent investment of the savings of the people the Money a which the people pay for interest a would go Back into the pockets of the most industrious classes of the Community. Thus it would become a positive advantage to let the debt remain instead of attempting to pay it off As rapidly As has been done a hitherto. A will it Ever Stop growing Quot was. The question asked by hundreds of a eople on Laet saturday afternoon Ven the a Viniko mix uts a eared on the streets for the first Eime As a Twenty eight column paper and with pages larger Isian those of Pither the journal or Sentinel. To the Universal query we Are not pre pared to give a definite answer. We can Only say that whenever our advertising friends Are As Liberal with their patronage As they we a on sat sturday we shall a not permit our news columns to suffer for Lack of. Space. Of j course the enlargement of saturday was Only temporary but our readers May take it As an indication of what we Are willing to do whenever an emergency arises. Our first aim and purpose will always be to make the eve mag minute a satisfactory newspaper. Judging from the growing popularity of the paper and the very rapid increase of circulation both in this City and throughout the state we must have been fairly successful in these respects. Our friends May however expect that other improvements will follow and that no Effort will be spared to make their favorite evening paper still More deserving of their patronage and commendation. It is probable that notwithstanding All that has been said of the corrupt Ness of new York politics that the elections even in new York City Are better conducted than anywhere else in the United states. The election Law in the Empire state is a Good one and it is most rigidly enforced. Such occurrences As have been complained of in this City within the last few weeks would not have gone unpunished. Carelessness on the part of election of amp cers is there regarded As criminality. If one of them should go off for a fishing trip taking the returns with him or should allow the official papers committed to his care to slip into other hands and be lost or should be discovered Jas having through intent or carelessness have blundered to the extent of making returns which at the time he fancied were not Correct he would be very liable to suffer the penalty. Last year an election clerk was sent to prison for a month because he got drunk on election night and did not Send the returns to police Headquarters until next Day. We fancy it would be a Good plan to import a Little of this new York strictness and make election officers understand that a Blunder in the discharge of their duties is As bad As a crime. Minute talks. Health officer Newcomb there is now Lees scar Latina and dip Ileria in this City a than there has been for some years about this season. Within the last two or three Days Only two flags have been put up to indicate the presence of contagious diseases. Altogether the condition of the City seems to be a Good one the death rate for the past two or three weeks being comparatively Light. A discharged letter Carrier saturday was my last Day As letter Carrier. I have been kept at the Postof lice a Good Deal longer than i expected. When or. Jones succeeded or. Wild Ian As postmaster i thought i would have to go right away. And at last the time has come for some other Man to take my place. But i want to say that no Man could have been treated better than i have been under the new set of officials. They have been so far As i have seen them a very courteous set of gentlemen and 1 have no feeling to Ward them but that of kindness. Indiana s color line. Albert w. Wishard As a trustee of one of the local knights of Honor lodges i am about to deliver to mrs. D. He Island whose husband was a member of the Lodge and died a Short time ago an order for $2,000, the amount of the policy which her husband carried. Few people Haye an idea How much insurance Money this order has already paid out for the total amount is Between fourteen and fifteen millions of dollars. I do not think that there is one of the younger beneficial orders which has paid out near As much to the heirs of deceased members. A Soat Side voter it is now claimed that the carrying away of the ballots of the first precinct eighteenth Ward was intended to be a joke else the Republican the is said to have taken the ballots away would not have left them at the store of a Democrat. Well i think that there have been too Many jokes of that sort perpetrated in this Quot City lately and some one ought to be made to suffer for it. A few years ago a ballot Box with its entire contents disappeared and there has been no election since in which there were irregularities and some ballot boxes or ballots tampered with. It appears that some of the election officers Are not fully acquainted with their duties and they ought to be taught a lesson which they will not soon forget. The grand jury which meets to Day ought to investigate the irregularities in the eighteenth Ward and give this matter their full attention. A pedestrian where of where is the cow ordinance yesterday As i was walking around from one part of the City of another i passed University Park twice and the court House once. Now what do you suppose i saw nothing More nor less than live cows feasting on the Beautiful Green Sward surrounding our magnificent $2,000,000 court House seemingly defying ejectment or a trip to the found. And in University Park there there were three Cowb enjoying the same privilege As the aforesaid five. Of course it looks very City like to see cattle making pastures of our Parks Public grounds and streets but it is not the sight of them that is so disagreeable i it is that they leave unpleasant reminders of the fact that they have been there. Now in my opinion if some of the energetic newspapers would take bold of this cow question and Quot hop Quot on to it with both feet the probability is that the cows would be either impounded or kept where they could not roam the City at will. The various Steps by Ucli it is gradually Dos appearing. Sow the Segool Law of 18s2 pined Tom coloured peo. Aaa Liat. Wai ooze towards prov Adlai free ibo Iorii. A new York paper says that three clergymen daily on an average apply for passes to see Maud s. Written for the evening Pinote. A Contin Ted from in 1850 the year of the fugitive slave Law the anti abolition spirit was at its height. A new Constitution was prepared for this state by a Conre ution which assembled in that year. Its thirteenth article forbade totally the immigration of coloured persons to the state under any conditions. It annulled All contracts to be made with such immigrants and decreed fines against those who should encourage them to remain in the state. The amount of such fines was to be devoted to the colonization of such coloured residents As should be willing to remove. The new school Law of 1852 excluded coloured children from the benefits of the free schools but by an error of the engrossing clerk of one of the Bouses of the legislature coloured people were not exempted from the payment of the school tax. At the next session of the legislature or. John c. Walker of Laporte the youngest member of the Assembly secured the rectification of the error and the coloured inhabitants were not required to pay taxes for the maintenance of the Public schools. They were left to provide for the education of their children by private Means. In some instances this succeeded. Sometimes philanthropic men and women devoted themselves to the work of imparting instruction to the coloured children without recompense. But the training of such children was generally neglected a and ignorance was the Rule among them for Long years. When the Wak beg an Quot in 1860, the coloured population of Indiana numbered 11,428. Many coloured people filled positions of respectable service in families in cities. Along the course of Blue River was the favorite Retreat of coloured Farmers and villagers few of whom amassed any very considerable wealth but most of whom were in a measure prosperous and contented. During the War our coloured population was largely and rapidly argue enter by refugees from the South especially after the memorable new year s Day of 18g a when the president proclaimed emancipation As an act of military necessity for the suppression of the insurrection in tue Southern states. In spite of the constitutional prohibition they were generally received with kindness and Given assistance and employment. Six companies of coloured troops were recruited by Federal officers in Indiana to Aid in the great work. There was no state Law by which they could be enlisted and they were not included in the regiments furnished by Indiana to to Republic. Doubtless their military service gave them a new sense of Manly responsibility and higher views of life and duty. l hi1, Anil i Kek schools in 186g state superintendent floss called a convention of the county examiners to meet at Indianapolis to propose amendments to the school Law. The convention met and adopted resolutions favouring the admission of coloured children to the benefits of free schools. In the same year in his report to the general Assembly superintendent Hoss advocated a provision for the education of coloured children claiming that As inhabitants of the congressional townships they were entitled to a pro rata share of the congressional township Revenue. His suggestions were not heeded by the legislature. In 1808, on the 28th of ,7 uly the 14th amendment to the Constitution of the United states was declared to be in Force. A the coloured people of Indiana were now citizens of the Republic and of the state. State superintendent Hobbs who had succeeded or. Hoss reiterated the advice of his predecessor As to the education of coloured children in Public schools. It was not True As frequently alleged that the state taxed coloured people for the support of the schools from which they were debarred. But it was True that Globe i were tax up for the erection of school buildings which they never used. In the following year the legislature authorized the trustees to Quot organize the coloured children into separate schools having All the rights and privileges of other schools of the township Quot wherever there were a sufficient number of coloured pupils Quot within attending distance Quot to justify it. Where these children were too widely scattered to have their districts consolidated and were too few to justify the organization of a school without such consolidation. The trustees were to provide Quot other Means Quot for their education or to use their share of the school revenues to the Best advantage Quot for the pupils. In Many of the cities and larger towns coloured schools were at once organized and were generally successful from the Start. Where the coloured children were few and scattered Little Good was done. Sometimes their share of the Revenue purchased for them private instruction or membership in private schools sometimes the trustee merely purchased books for them sometimes he paid their parents the Money without stipulation. The desire Kol bid ratios. On the 0th of March 1870, the fifteenth amendment to the Federal Constitution was declared adopted and the right of suffrage was accordingly extended in Indiana. With new responsibilities the desire for education was intensified. In 1872 the enumeration of coloured children was 0,110. Mighty nine coloured schools were taught by seventy teachers and the average attendance for the year was 2,931. The organization of the coloured schools opened to ambitious Young men and women of the coloured population a new Field of honorable and remunerative work that of teaching. It was to them As Well As to the pupils indeed a god Send. Nor did they neglect the Opportunity presented. From the Day of the organization of those schools Young coloured men and women have Laboured by hundreds to prepare themselves in All respects to Render efficient services As instructors of their race. Herein is an argument for the continued maintenance of a Large number of separate Saho ois. To be continued to a correspondent asks Quot if a gets one cent the first Day o a month and he is to get it doubled every Day for thirty one Days How much will he have coming to him for the thirty first Day Quot the amount to be paid for the thirty first Day s wages would be Over $10,000,000. The total amount to be paid for the entire thirty one Days would be oter $20,000,000. A a beekeeper Baring been told that a lad though being repeatedly stung by been had become impervious to any unpleasant Sens Mia when attacked by them re bored to Experiment on Fau own person. He kept a record of the number of tidies he Wase Tung and when he began to cease feeling the effects of the stings. The result was that All sense of feeling had gone when he had been stung thirty tines within a few weeks. Louif and new. It a now proposed to heat horse cars by electricity. John Sherman s pet name Down South is a a the United states half dime of 1802 is a valuable Coin. It is Worth 23. Bridesmaids let out by the Day Quot is the legend on a parisian sideboard. Entire families Are fleeing from Salt Lake City being driven out by diphtheria. Quot to Jarrett meaning Quot to abduct Quot has made its appearance in English journals. Several of the Young women of the Harvard Annex ride to their recitations on tricycles. The humane Lily. Vergh has commenced a crusade against putting red hot shoes on horses feet. New Orleans papers entertain the fear that that City is losing its supremacy As a Quot Cotton Market. The chilian miners Are said to be the strongest men in the world. They live principally on lentils. A plate has been invented on which a pie can be baked without burning while the Cook reads the latest novel. A Bufi Fald doctor has just fixed a Silver Windpipe in a Man who had lost his own. The new one is a Success. A Memphis girl a few Days ago horse whipped her prospective Vather in Law for trying to induce his son to break up the match. There Are Only two places in this country where mining for gems is systematically carried on i Ris me., and Stony Point no the rage for oddities in jewelry such As a neck pin representing a Monkey climbing a ladder or a harlequin turning a Salt Mersal from a Gold pole has subsided. The Cotton King of the world is or. Richardson of Mississippi. His annual crop is greater than that of All Egypt and his plantations Are Worth twelve millions. A new Street has just been constructed in Bergen Norway out of the proceeds of liquor licenses. It Lias appropriately been named gramme novel which Means grog Way. A letter written in a Alveston and addressed to a firm at Quot Palestine tex.,&Quot recently went All the Way to the great Palestine in Asia and finally was returned from Lei Salem. Several observers speak of the new Star in Andromeda As showing under High Powers a sort of Semi planetary disc resembling the appearance of one of the satellites iter. Of 515 cases of consumption of the Royal infirmary London is per cent a of persons following indoor occupations. One Man cured himself by taking Long morning and afternoon walks to his business. More Farmers commit suicide than people of Auy other calling and merchants come next. I juicing the first half of this year not a Clergyman nor a journalist took his own life. A Man living in Southern Florida last week saw for the first time in his life a Lump of ice. He put a piece in his pantaloons pocket to take Home and show his family but soon took it out again. Captain Rardon Tripp of Marion mass., has looked at lift through the up Curling Blue rings of the contented smokers. Dur in fifty years 18,2 30 Days he has turned a in Jolo Worth of tobacco into ashes. As Many As 200 Needle pointed lighting Rod tips made in Philadelphia by the by have been fixed upon the rods at the top of the Washington Monument to catch any thunderbolts that May come to lashing Down. Agents Are travelling through Westmoreland and adjacent counties Selling a preparation Callea Quot Lliel Voneum Quot Tor keeping vegetables fresh for any Leneth of time. The local papers say the stu8 is a fraud and the agents swindlers. Miss Moore of Findley township. Mercer county Pennsylvania raised the Champion Sun Flower this season. It measured thir nine inches in circumference twelve and a half inches in diameter and contained 2,101 seeds. William Nef iof Denver went to Ltd his Cabin Lay Down on the floor and placed a stick of giant powder with can and fuse attached under his head. While in this position he lighted the fuse. The shot blew his head entirely from his body. Albert l losses Simpson Grant Baa has become known to Fame not so much on account of his old name As because he collected a purse for the Grant Monument in new York. A. A Quot. S. G. B. Is a boy of eleven and be has As Many pockets As i Ames. A painting by Rubens is said to have been i bought by a tailor at an auction in Antwerp for 1 franc. The Story told is that of Christ Blessing the world. If it be a real Lubens then will every bit of base Metal about he tailor s shop Goose and All be turned into Bright Gold. No Price could Well be put upon the Art objects in the louvre so High Are they above the Money Mark of Ibe millionaire yet in the workshops in the basements the men Are said to be Quot literally upon a bed of it would Light the sky All around the world should the louvre go up in Golden flames. A new variety of that favorite Flower forget me not has been raised in Germany and is introduced to the. Trade by m. Fau Robert of Berlin. It is named Quot Eliza Fau Robert Quot and is remarkable for its deep Blue Flowers of Large size which Are borne in clusters and for its extended flowering season. In the great Northwest it is no longer Quot Hail Columbia Quot but Quot Hail the latter song is to be Sung by Manv thousand throats at the next meeting of the National Saenger fest. The song is in German and was written by Carl Joseph Brambeck. Of Bonn Germany to whom has just been paid to ooh the Plankinton prize. A Young clothing clerk of Springfield mass., who advertised for pleasant rooms j heated by steam and suitable for a Young Man who wants to be near the City received a letter the other Day asking him to Call at 249 state Street. He sought out the number promptly and found it was the jail. This is the Way in which milking is done on the land of Jersey tall buckets narrowed near the top with widened Mouths Are used. A Linen cloth is tied Over the top then a smooth sea Shell is pushed Down in the depression to receive the milk. The Shell prevents the wearing of the cloth by the streams of milk and at the same time serves As a Stainer. Lillian tight of Hayneville miss., a child of eight years has dimpled a remarkable Talent for modelling. When Only five or six years old she began to make figures of cd and now she has a Largo collection of mud cats hogs does cows horses and men. The figures Are declared to be not childish imitations but remarkably accurate likenesses. Her Best piece represents a negro praying and is said to be Tery clearer. Fight Over a will. Residents of Bedea coat eating Over property in this county. To client to a Painter a. Streat oar damage suite of Terai Tern Basie Aasu. Contesting a we. I a rather Peculiar suit to contest a will was filed in the circuit court to Day. The Plain Tiss Are Gustav Israelson and his Sisters All residents of Sweden. They Are represented by bitter it Putter. Peter Larson their brother died last year at my Minville Yamhill county Oregon leaving property in this county where he resided and in Iowa. Quot he had no children and in his will which he made in Oregon a Short time before Bis death he bequeathed his share in his father s estate in the old country to the plaintiffs and his property in this county and in Iowa to Susan and Sarah Hamilton of this City. The plaintiffs Are contesting the will on the ground that Larson was of unsound mind when he made it. The Abaie of halloween. Key. A r. Bradley in his morning Sermon yesterday at Christ Church referred to the halloween anniversary for the purpose of calling attention to the inappropriate method which had of recent Vears been adopted for its Observance. He. Said that a Dav which had been set apart especially As an occasion for remembrance of the holy dead for that was what the Day signified ought certainly to be no occasion for mischievous hilarity. It must be because people generally did not understand what Houwe in meant that the anniversary had came to be so shamefully abused. General term work. The judges of the supreme court met in general term this morning and rendered decisions in several cases. This afternoon they Are bearing argument in the Case of Hobbins administrator of the Calderwood estate against the citizens Street railway company suit to recover Money for Street car Stock which the plaintiff claims was sold unlawfully. The Coon s Hareas Corpus Case by which it is to be determined whether the county Board has a right to Send prisoners to the work House when they have been Fiven a mail sentence is also to be argued before the general term to Day. A expensive litigation in Squire a i Bieman s cum t Mary Golden is suing Michael Muran for the Possession of a cow which both parties claim to have raised. There Are about sixth witnesses in the Case. An assault and Battery suit in which the daughter of cur ran was the defendant and the husband of mrs. Golden the complainant has already shown out of the suit and has been adjudicated miss Currau being tired. The costs in the two cases alone would sufficient to Start a Small Dairy. A a Snow North of a. The weather is quite a contrast with that of nov. A last year when the thermometer registered 65 at noon while to a it was was As Low As 37 at that hour and with a Prospect of being lower to Morrow. The trainmen from the North report Snow Sims last night in the Vicinity of Chicago and Early this morning there were a Tew stray Hakes in this neighbourhood although not ennui go to be counted on. A Frost to night and possibly Snow to Morrow is the programme Laid out for us by the weather Wise. Eya Naville to pay the Bonds. Ludge Woods of the Federal court today rendered a decision in the cases of we. H. Moulton and others a canst the City of Evansville. The suits involve the question of the Validity of Bonds which the City of Evansville issued and the payment of which is refused on the ground that the City had no Power to make the Bonds. Judge Woods holds that the Bonds Are valid. A very Large amount is involved. Juvenile oar Breakers. Martin Long and de Maley boys were among the defendants in the City court this morning. They were charged with having broken into an i., d. And s. Car and stolen some Hickory nuts. Their examination was continued. De Benson who was arrested on a warrant issued a Long time ago charging him with Petit larceny also had his examination continued. A. A transferred to Ano bar beat. I policeman James Pope who for More than a year past has been one of the efficient metropolitan police at the depot has been transferred to it Kast Washington Street. Or. Popa has Long since desired to be relieved of service at. The depot on account of some unpleasant surroundings. Patrolman John Boylan is his successor. A a Painter s fall. Edward , a Painter in the employ of Frank Bertig fell this morning while at i work on Schuil a King s building a distance of two stories. He sustained serious but not dangerous injuries. Planner amp to Lommon s ambulance conveying Librn to his residence on Maryland Street. A a a a a dangerous place. In the Case of Lelaud Sulgrove. Who was killed at the Panhandle Yards Tiro weeks ago the Coroner this morning rendered a verdict in which he Calls attention to the dangerous condition of the place where the Accident happened. A a a Horn objects to coming Hera. Edwin f. Horn the alleged seduction is is Majuig a desperate Ert Brt to avoid being brought Here for trial. He has employed attorneys brought Hareas Corpus proceedings and tiie matter is to be settled in the Chicago courts. Sent to the grand jury. John and thaddeas Stephens were be sore the mayor this morning charged with having taken Quot Al from a Boj whom they flopped on the Street. They were both sent to the grand jury. Building permits to sep Anto Swoboda Frame cottage on Arthur Street $200. Trustees Allen Chapel a. M. E., repairing and remodelling Frame Church on Broadway $1,500. Marriage licenses were issued this morning to Samuel Ramsey and Martha Gib Sou James m. Blythe and Ada l. Corn Stock. _ the grand jury met this morning and was instructed by judge Nort ii who also called to the work Boom stating that the building was Coa pitted and ready for inspection. Face bib most. Why Peoria of strange Bacsa All look Aulce. London Spectator. We most say to begin with that a Large purport Ion of Mankind As any great portrait Painter will testify never see faces. Accurately at �11. Some Are Short sighted Aud see no definite edges to anything and it consequently though unconsciously rely a for identification on evidence which is not that of sight and is frequently All wrong. They see the Type but not the True face and As a considerable portion of Mankind possess Type faces distinguished from others of a like kind by differences As minute As those of leaves the Short sighted Are constantly liable to err. So Are the a attentive. They fail sometimes after Many interviews to catch the expression of the face cannot state except in the vaguest Way the color of eyes or hair and will Misdea Cribe features perhaps prominent features As if they were paid to do in. They Hare never attended to the face at All but have been Content with a general impression Haye never observed with any True observation and Are As Little to be trusted in their accounts As women a be Lieve most men to be when describing women s dress. They will even confuse dark persons with Light and declare that a Long face struck them As a Short one or hesitate As a witness did in a bigamy Case about the presence or absence of a Mustache. Indeed it is probable that a larg Section of Mankind cannot observe for of All who land for the first time in India or China at least half declare that All ibid Laos or chinese Are precisely alike. Yet though chinamen Hare certain Broad posits of resemblance in color shape of brows and absence of hair they Are in details As different As europeans while indians owing to their wide difference a color the use or disuse of hair on lip or Chin and the existence among them of features due to varieties of original race Are More different than White men. Inattention is however the main cause of a error and is sometimes carried to extra Ordinary lengths. We have known Brothers unable to state the color of each other s eyes and fellow collegians who could not remember whether acquaintances wore the Mustache or not. Miss Hewitt 3 orchestra. Lady a swell a amp us Cal society Ovar whom Wield the Baton. New York Cor. Savannah jews. There Are a p Reat Many Amateur musicians in new York and a Large number of these Are recruited from the ranks of what is known As hut most of these Amateur musicians Are pianists. There Are a number of men who a Lay the piano but there Are More Young women who torture this instrument though there have been discovered enough who play other instruments to form an orchestra Quot and miss Hewitt the daughter of tie Hon. Abram s. Hewitt Bas organized an orchestra composed entirely of ladies Well known in new York society circles. They play All the instruments from the violin to the Triangle. This orchestra has not settled Down to serious work As yet for All its members have not returned to town but under miss Hewitt s Baton they Are going to saw and blow Aud pipe this Winter As hard As though they were paid for it. If they give a performance it will be one of the affairs of the season and they will be heard in Aid of some popular Charity. In organizing this orchestra miss Hewitt had a Good Deal of trouble in selecting her material for the difficulty with the Young lady instrumentalists was that most of them played the Banjo and while the Banjo is a very Jolly instrument it is hardly fit for orchestral Quot music. But finally she succeeded in getting together the requisite variety of instruments and now the number is All made up. This is a great move and will be much More elevating for the Young ladies who belong to it than Are Amateur theatricals. Chewing of pm advised. A physician who thinks the habit 1� beneficial. Macun mass end or. Thinness is a physical characteristic of americans. I account for this because of the fact that they Are in a new country to which climate they have not become used. the descendants of people who came to America �200 years ago Are not fully acclimated. This is True it matters not to what country people May remove. Natural history has demonstrated that at least so rears Are required to acclimatize a nation that hat taken up its abode in a new country. N of As thinness is a characteristic of americans they ought to use whatever will make them fat and they ought not to use what will keep them lean. The habit of chewing gum causes certain juices which Aid digestion to flow freely unmixed with any injurious substance. The habit of chewing tobacco also causes these juices to flow freely but the tobacco Chewer either expels them from his Mouth or swallows them mixed with the poisonous juice of the Weed. I see you have your note Book a but just Dot Down this fact. Twenty years ago the Rule was that South Ean women were thin and delicate it is not the Rule now. Southern women Are not physically equated in All North America. A by by Sickau who Isas Well informed As he ought to be will Tell you that this is True. This change is due to the habit of chewing gum. You May smile you May evea laugh if you please but i am telling Yon a Plain fact. As to Southern men they Are As thin and gaunt As they Ever were and so Theo will remain until they cease to Chew tobacco and begin to Chew gum. Winski Caps and gloves. Ryan the Hatter 21 and 23 South Illinois Street. Winter goods for men. Ryan the Hatter 21 and 2 Quot South Illinois Street. Chicago markets. Furnished by Howell a Bandy Grain a pro vision brokers no. 9 chamber of Commerce a what nov dec. May corny nov. Year. May. Oats nov. Dec May. Pork nov. Dec Jaa. Lard nov. Dec. Jan. i it dec. Sun. Opening. 87 39. 37 331 29 i 8.05 8.10 8.96 5.80 5.85 5.96 4�0 4.56 highest. 86 87?. 95 393� 37 s 3sj4 25% 26 8.0t 8.12 9.05 5.82 5.87 5.95 4.52 4.57 lowest. 4.56 Clos my. Car Lota hogs. 3�,00� wheat a Cemi lir Toath ios Rte a. A f. H. V Yky a in a i a a Quot Javi. V iia Ofa v a

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Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

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NewspaperArchive FAQs

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Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!