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POLITICS IN OHIO OHIOHamilton OHIOHamilton OHIOHamilton
Hamilton Countys Co ntys Fine ShowingCol Showing ShowingCol Showin ShowinCol
Col Robert Harlan the Recipient of ofMuch ofMuch ofMuch
Much Social Attention AttentionThe The Doug Douglass Douglass Douglass
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in the history of politics has h s the city cityknown cityknovm cityknown
known the lack of enthusiasm that thathas thathas thathas
has marked the present election As Aside Aside Aside ¬
ide from the Fairbanks meeting at atMusic at1lusic atMusic
Music Hall on October 29 when whenmarching whenmarching whenmarching
marching clubs red fire and a liberal liberaldisplay idisplay J Jdisplay
display of pyrotecnics oratorical and andotherwise andotherwise andotherwise
otherwise indicated the approach of ofan ofan Ofan
an event of National importance importanceThere importanceThere importanceThere
There has been apparent and general generalindifference generalindifference generalindifference
indifference to what seemed an assur assured assured assured ¬
ed Republican victory In this coun county county county ¬
ty Hamilton the Republican organi organization organization organization ¬
zation under the efficient management managementof
of Mr Geo B Cox has completely disintegrated dis disintegrated disintegrated ¬
integrated the Democracy making a anomination anomination anomination
nomination on the Republican ticket ticketequivalent ticketequivalent ticketequivalent
equivalent to an election electionTHE electionTIlE electionTHE
THE DOUGLASS RECITAL RECITALAt RECITALAt RECITALAt
At Allen Temple a fashionable audi audience audience audience ¬
ence greeted Mr Joseph Douglass the thecelebrated thecelebrated thecelebrated
celebrated violin virtuoso He met metevery metevery metevery
every expectation in his rendition rendition of ofclassical ofclassical ofclassical
classical compositions and received ap appreciative appreciative appreciative ¬
preciative applause so gratifying to an anartist anartist anartist
artist I ISOOLL
SOCIAL EVENTS EVENTSSocial EYEXTSSocial EVENTSSocial
Social circles have been in a state of ofcontinuous ofc ofcontinuous
continuous c ntinuous activity induced by the re return return return ¬
turn home ofthe of the genial and ever popu popular popular popular ¬
lar Robert J Harlan who has been re recelved received
ceived with open open arms and made to tofeel tofeel tofeel
feel that although a temporary tempor ry resi resident resident resident ¬
dent of Washington city There is no noplace noplace 1 1place
place like home A stag dinner at atDr atDr atDr
Dr Cornishs to which twelve gentle gentlemen gentlemen gentlemen ¬
men were invited was the opening openingevent openingevent openingevent
event The handsome and exquisitely exquisitelyfurnished exquisitelyfurnished exquisitelyfurnished
furnished home of Dr and Mrs MrsVaughn 1frsVaugan MrsVaughn
Vaughn was the scene of a brilliant brilliantgathering brilliantgathering brilliantgathering
gathering in honor of Mr Harlan HarlanThe HarlanThe HarlanThe
The parlors library and billiard room roomafforded roomafforded roomafforded
afforded entertainment for the guests guestsuntil guestsuntil guestsuntil
until invited to partake of a collation collationlavishly collationlavishly collationlavishly
lavishly provided The next number numberon
on the program was a dinner given by byHon byHon byHon
Hon George H Jackson invitations invitationsbeing invitationsbeing invitationsbeing
being extended to fourteen gentlemen gentlemento
to meet Mr Harlan The home of the theJacksons theJacnsons theJac
Jac Jacksons sons is the largest and most ex extensively extensively extensively ¬
tensively furnished residence among amongthe amongtbe amongthe
the many owned by our people in this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city The rugs bricabrac pictures picturesand picturesand picturesand
and interior decorations being selected selectedwith selectedwith selectedwith
with charming taste and a thorough thoroughknowledge thoroughknowledge thoroughknowledge
knowledge of artistic excellence A Anumber Anumber Anumber
number of paintings of the famous famouscolored famouscolored famouscolored
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colored artist Duncanson adorn the thewalls thewalls
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walls while the floors
are covered with withthe withthe
the costly products of the Orient A Ahandsome Ahandsome Ahandsome
handsome Chase piano is a feature of ofthe Ofthe ofthe
the reception room which divides the theparlor theparlor 1 1parlor
parlor from the library while valu valuable valuable
able chiiia plaques and articles of vir virtu virtu I Itu
tu please the eye and confuse the sen senses senses senses
ses by b their profusion Mrs Jackson Jacksonis J Jis
is the daughter of Robert Gordon the thecoal thecoal thecoal
coal merchant who left 200000 par pardon pardon pardon ¬
don the digression but residents of ofWashington ofWashington I IWashington
Washington are so used to elegant eleganthomes eleganthomes eleganthomes
homes that it is sometimes a revel revelation a ation
tion to those who travel but a short shortdistance shortdistance shortdistance
distance from the Capital to hear that thatin thatin
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in other cities there are residences as ascommodious ascommodious ascommodious
commodious as handsomely furnished furnish furnished furnished ¬
ed and as asvaluable valuable owned by colored coloredpeople color coloredpeople d I Ipeople
people as any of which the Capital can canboast canboast canboast
boast Let us return to the dinner dinnerSeated dinnerSeated dinnerSeated
Seated around the mahogany nearl nearlevery nearly nearlyevery nearlYevery
every profession was represented representedlawyers representedlawyers representedlawyers
lawyers doctors artists musicians musiciansI
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T TNfffN OF E ECommends 5X ° U S MINISTER TO ENGLAND ENGLANDCommends ENGLANDc ENGLANDCommends =
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Commends Peruna to All Catarrh Sufferers
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Hon Louis E Johnson T oJm < on is the son of the late Reverdy Johnson who was UnitedStates United UnitedStates UnitedSt
States St < titcs Senator from rom Maryland also Attorney General under President Johnson Johnsonand
and Tnited T nHed States Minister lr niter to England and who was regarded as the greatest greatestconstitutional grea st stconstitutional
constitutional lawyer lawycr that ever lived livedIn livedIn
In a recent recentlett letter r from 100G lOOGF P St N W Washington D DC C Mr Ir Johnson says saysNo saysNo
No one should longer suffer from catarrh when Peruna is access ac accessible DC ¬
cessible cess ole To T o my knowledge It has caused relief to so many of my myfriends myfriends myfriends
friends and acquaintances that it is humanity to commend its use to toall toall
all persons suffering with this distressing disorder of the thehumail thehumailsystem human humansystem humansystem
system Louis E 3 Johnson E
Catarrh Poisons PoisonsCatarrh PosonsCatarrh
Catarrh is capable of changing all the thelifegiving thelifegiving
lifegiving secretions of the body into intoscalding intoscalding
scalding fluids which destroy and in inllame inlsme inflame
flame every part they come in contact contactwith contactWIth contactwith
with Applications to the places affect affected affected affected ¬
ed by catarrh can do little good save to tosoothe tosothe tosoothe
soothe or quiet disagreeable dh agreeable symptoms S3inptomsHence symptomsHr7ct
Hence rrp1f rrp1fit il is that gargles ar 1es sprays atom atomi Ltom2tHl
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and men with extensive business in interests interests interests
terests Sufficient to say that the din dinner dinner ¬
ner was all the caterers art could pro provide provide ¬
vide or the most particular epicure epicuredesire epicuredesire epicuredesire
desire The following were present
I Messrs A S Thomas John Taylor TaylorGhas TaylorCha TaylorChas
Chas Cha W Bell Fountain Lewis Fred FredDall Fr FredDall d dDaB
Dall Robt Troy Taylor Lightfoot DrVaughn Dr DrVaughn Dryaughn
Vaughn yaughn Dr Cornish Lewlsjp L LesyD sp Easton EastonPhilip
Philip 1ip Dabney Joseph acs U ssglass YIass ass Will WillAnderson WillAnderson WillAnderson
Anderson Mr Jackson the host and andthe andthe andthe
the honored guest Mr Hanlan HanlanMonday HanlanMonday HanlanMonday
Monday evening November 7th Mrs MrsEdith 1Irsdith MrsEdith
Edith dith Fossett Miller issued invitations invitationsto
to the ladies ladles of the Athletic Circle Circleand Circleand Circleand
and their husbands to meet Mr Har HarIan Harlan
lan at a six oclock dinner A lavish lav lavish lavish
ish display of cut glass silver ware wareexquisite wareexquisite wareexquisite
exquisite linen and other table embel embellishments embelIishments embellishments
lishments formed a pleasing prelude preludeto
to a dinner served in courses and andthoroughly andthoroughly andthoroughly
thoroughly enjoyed The company companywas companywas companywas
was composed of Mr and Mrs Easton EastonMr EastonMr
Mr and Mrs Doll Mr and Mrs Bell BellMr BellMr BellMr
Mr and Mrs Ross Mr and arid Mrs MrsI
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There is but one remedy that has thedesired the tbodesired thodesired
desired effect and that remedy is Po Portina Po Porun Pa Paruna
rtina run This remedy strikes at once once oncethe to tothe tothe
the roots of catarrh by restoring restori g to the thecapillary tl thecapillary e ecapillary
capillary vessels their healthy elas elasticity elasticit elasticity ¬
ticity ticit Peruna is not a temporary pal palliative palIiati palliative ¬
liative Iiati ve but bu t a radical cure cureSend cureSend gi giSend
Send for Dr Hartmans latest book booksent booksen booksent
sent sen t free for a short time Address The ThePeruna ThePerUJ1 ThePeruna
Peruna Drug Manufacturing Co Golumbus Co Columbus CoOlUlU ¬
lumbus lUlU bus OhioThomas Ohio OhioThomas OhioThomas
Thomas and Mr and Mrs Jackson JacksonOther JacksonOther JacksonOther
Other minor entertainments were given given giv given ¬
en in honor of Mr Harlan who was wasthe was wasthe wasthe
the house guest of Mr and Mrs FredDoll Fred FredDoll Fre FreDoll
Doll during his visit He leaves Tues Tuesday TueSday Tuesday ¬
day after a most successful political politicaland politicaland politicaland
and social campaign his departure for forWashington forWashington forWashington
Washington being generally regretted regrettedby
by his numerous friends who would wouldgive wouldgive wouldgive
give him a gearty welcome should he hereturn hereturn hereturn
return to his native city as a perma permanent perma permanent permanent
nent resident SUBSCRIBER SUBSCRIBERMr SunscnIDERlIr SUBSCRIBEiMr
Mr M J Whelan a successful busi business business ¬ j jness
ness man of South Washington lo located located located ¬
cated at Third and C Streets S Wjs Was W Wis
is one of the new subscribers to The TheColored TheCol TheColored
Colored Col red American Mr Ir Whelan has hasa hasa
a large colored trade which he appre appreciates appreciates appreciates ¬
ciates highly He is generous in his hispraise hispraise hispraise
praise of his trade and says that fie tiedoes fiedoes fiedoes
does not care to deal with a abetter abetterclaSs better betterclass betterclass
class of people than the colored people peoplewho peoplewho
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who deal with him

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