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THE GENTLE DOVE KNOWS HOW TO
CONDUCT A CAMPAIGN.
liwkiaHH Arttat Hlctwr K4
Wam i Far IkaafaT.
IVrhapa it bbat not b -ner-JIr
fcnAni tbkt tb ajmbol of itoIitJoal vic
tory witb romen traflPrasiffU ta tho gen
tle dove trntring in ita meek beak tb
olir branch of peace, and not the mora
gTcssiY dooieatle fowl aolected by
uea to announce a ancceaa. Now. thia
altoartber estimable, and worthy M
baa emerged fruat her modest retire
tnent and ta tUnrina ber Winn moat
Instily orer the aaffrago victory in Col
orado and the carrying of Mr. McLar
en' koffrage bill in England. The po-
nncai leaden in petti coata an prmpbe
y tag that before many yean their do
iike its famooa ancentieea who went
ont from tb ark, will be able to stay
ont for cond. It is interesting to read
r the work of the women in Colorado.
There were about 100 members in the
state association at the 'opening of the
campaign, irix auxiliary lerjgnee,viKne
in very active operation, and scarcely
money cnraigh in the treaainy to dt
I tba pontage. They began their work by
aoamanng a clrcnlar letter to each po
litical comity conTrntion, accompanied
by a set of snffrage reaolntions. Ont of
these 180 sets of resolntiima over two
thinls were indorsed, the convention
in most cases putting in a suffrage plat
form. Mrs. Carne Lane Cbaptnan trav
eled some tbonaafMl miles in the state,
4ipped at all important points and or
ganised leagues to carry on toe canvass.
A not Iter feature of the campaign was
the distribution of more than 150,000
leaflet a. Cities were divided into wards,
and each ward looked after its own
ward meetings and hunted up canvass
ers and friends to work at the polls on
-.mitber strong point of the campaign
was tbe strictly nonpartisan stand tak
en by the women and held throughout
tbo campaign. Early in tbe summer
letters were sent to every newspaper in
the state asking whether tbe editor was
in favor of wonan's suffrage, and those
in sympathy with the tuovctuent were
kept constantly supplied with suffrage
items. Tbe resr.U was a majority of
A. 000 in tbo state, in which the same
bill was rejected bya majority of 9.000
in 1877. Still the oracles declare that
women do not know bow to vote, do
not want to vote and wouldn't vote if
they could and, alaive all, that they
couldn't work together politically or
agree upon a platform or a candidate.
Now, tho Englitth victory consists in
the addition of a clause to the parish
council bill entitling women to vote in
local government elections under the
same rules pertaining to men. This
clanae waa adopted by a considerable
majority, and the httutte tlivided a sit
nation delicious to the women. There
are good bopna that the bill will pass.
Hinglo women and widows have exer
cised mnnicipal snffrago in England
since 1 SfiO with good results, and there is
no reason to suppose married women
would vote less sensibly than single
ones Woman's Journal.
la eator aail Artist.
Miss F. E. Hall, the inventor of the
china kiln, is one of tbe women who are
rapidly coming to tbe front. She was
horn at the old Ellsworth homestead at
Windsor, Conn, her father being a well
known lawyer of Washington, whose so
cial prestigo and kindly nature made
him the recipient of the distinguished
friendships of Welarter, Clay and Pierce,
and her great-grandfather was Oliver
Ellsworth, who was minister to France
and chief justice of the supreme court
under tbe Adams administration.
Tbe Ellsworth homestead is a fine old
place. In one of tbo charming rooms
is the old copper lira which "tbo fa
ther of his country" drank coffeo from,
and on the wall hangs a fine Oobelih
tapestry, which Napoleon I presented
to Oliver Ellsworth when minister to
Miss Hall made her invention when
on a quiet visit to tbe Catskills. She
rigged up a crude contrivance which
cost tbe small sum of 4. After repeat
ed efforts to bake some decorated eggs
sbe gave up in despair, when the thought
of tbe tent rod occurred to ber, which
afterward proved such a great success.
Tbe flrst kiln was heated by charcoal,
and two yean later gas was substituted.
The kilns, which have been constantly
improved, are of three different si see.
It was Miss Hall who invented the
new lino of color preparations for tbe
use of ceramic artists. These new col
on are inclosed in glass pots, ready for
instant u, and at all times possess that
quality of remaining moist and smooth,
thus saving artists many hours of tedi
ous preparation and aiding them in
tbeis work.-New York Herald.
Igtif -4 a rat I aa af Waaaitv
Tbe movement for tbe higher educa
tion of wumen advances with increas
Tbeie are 80 women registered in the
postgraduate department at Yale, an
increase of seven over last year. In the
woman's department of Brown univer
sity there are 73 students.
, In tbe charter recently bestowed by
parliament upon tbe University of
Wales is a clause which reads: "Wom
en shall be1 eligible equally with men to
any degree which tbe university is by
thia, our charter, authorised to confer.
Every office hereby created in tb uni
vendty, and ' the membership of every
authority hereby constituted, shall be
open to wotnen equally with men" a
clanss which college women should b
on ta alert to so printed iu the char
ten of other institutions which admit
wonwa to the student's desk, bat aa
to tk prufcasui'B chair.
Fonaaa nrrivercit-, the great Baptist
iastitntion at Uraenville, a C, has
opsasd Hm doora to womea students d-
string to imtniM special Btndies or to
i stand for tames.
j At Wellington, Cpe Colony, there la a
seminary , founded yean ago, whose
i faculty numbers 20 and whose alumnas
include more than a thousand women
descend as of Dutch, French and Eng
lish settler. The school is self support
ing, ana ate pupils compete successfnl
ly at the government and university ex-
sminations atXape Town. New York
XaVar Itaalf. bat TJar AH.
"Not for itself, but for all," Is tbe
motto of ib West End Woman's club.
Bine and silver are its colore. Tbe club
book is blue, with silver lettering. And
there is a pretty story abjut their solid
silver gavel. Fifteen yean ago, when
a certain member of the club was mar
ried, wedding cards were sent to a dear
friend who was in a stte of ecstacy over
a silver mine wbicb be had just pur
chased for the neat sum of t30.000.
i For a wedding present be sent ber the
Srst silver brick from bis new mine.
j It was also the last, as no more silver
was ever taken from the mine. The
j clnb gavel was made front thia silver
ones, w newer wis f ao,e--j gavel Has
any influence or not, in phenomenal
growth and enterprise this organization
resembles nothing so much as a boom
ing mining town.
Started less than a year ago, tbe West
End Woman "a club now has a member
ship of about S00, and applicants are
crowding in from every quarter. It is
gratifying to the club that many of the
new members are board of education
women and others equally interested in
tbe cause of learning and philanthropy.
There has been as yet very little atten
tion given to tho social or educational
side of the club. In fact, every one has
been so busy with actual practical work
that until within 10 days no commit
tees had been appointed for anything.
Tbe good old stylo of every one's lend
ing a helping band has prevailed with
great. success. Philadelphia Record.
LaHtary la a Hatbraaaa.
There is a lady living in a town not
six hours away from New York who has
carried ber enthusiasm for beauty into
ber bathroom. The latter is paved with
jnosaic. There is no tub a bath long
and wido is sunk to a depth of 3 feet or
more in a corner of the room. This,
too, is walled with marble and paved
with mosaic. A flight of marble steps
leads into it, and it is srrrrounded by a
railing of bronze spindles, so that it is
not possible to take unintentional head
en into it in tbe dark. But the special
beauty of the room is on its walls.
These are. sheathed with great 10 inch
square tiles, which were painted with
waves, fishes, weeds, shells and sea deni
zens generally by ono of th cleverest art
ists in America, and tben burned so that
the decoration is preserved from dtimage
forever. This decutation extends from
the chair rail to the frieze. The frieze
itself is also painted, but with a trellis
about which flowers and leaves are
twined, lt is one of the loveliest bow
en in the country. Of course it cost
thousands of dollars, and few people
could attempt to repeat the idea, but it
teaches a lesson which every household
er should rrotit by. It shows that bath
rooms no less than drawing rooms and
boudoirs should be made beautiful.
There arc numberless ways of decorat
ing. The same general idea that applies
to any other room in tbo house can be
utilized in a bathroom. New York
lira. LanaaNtt'a Caae.
Ever since littlo Ruth Cleveland ar
rived at the ago uf vaccination, bap
tism and photography, usually concur
rent iieriods, tbo leading photographers
of tbe country have had ambitions to
try their cameras on the little girl.
Whenever she appeared iu public a
whole battery cf kodaks was awaiting
an opportune moment for a " snap shot. "
Mrs. Cleveland has wanted, a good pic
ture by a New York photographer and
had long ago promised him, through
Mrs. Lamont, that he should havo the
Feeling that "hope long deferred
maketh the heart sick," tbe photogra
pher recently reminded Mrs. Lamont of
her promise. Mrs. Lamont replied:
"I've kept my promise, and yon per
sonally, bnt unknowingly, posed little
Ruth, made a number of excellent neg
atives, and the family are deljghted. A
woman has outwitted you!"
Tb9 artist has tbe satisfaction of
knowing that among tbe hundreds of
children whom he photographed in Oc
tober and November one was little
Ruth Cleveland. But tbe negatives an
under the inviolable pledge of "private,
pictures" and would not bo published
if be knew which was the portrait uf
the little one in whom so many thou
sands are interested. Exchange.
Wmhw'i MarrlOclaa Lara.
While taking supper in an up town
restanrant I could ik avoid bearing at
the table next to us a discussion on the
possible marriage between tbe daugh
ter of a late millionaire and a certain
A man about town, in immaculate
evening dress, chasie linen and snowy
carnation in tbe lapel of his coat, and
who bad also auburn whiskers and an
air of thinking very well of himself,
remarked with positive conviction in
bis voice: "No danger whatever cf such
a match. Tbe old man left bia daugh
ters 16,000,000 each with tbe under
standing that if tbey married against
tbe wishes of tbe executors tbey wonld
forfeit half the amount. No girl in her
senses, don't you know, would fhrow
up 98,090,000 for aay man." -
woman's voice, with a touch of re
sentnbrat. renlied: "Not -iv k.i
die bad for tbe man she loved? How
many womea have given up all?"
New York Pi-ess.
' Full waving trasses drawn back la a
very simple knot that projects slightly
sA tbe crown make up tb tffuraaaost
affected. The hair is parted down the
Baiddle wben bcomig-that U, wbta
It is very thickly set above a low and
broad Oreek forehead. Otherwise it is
carried back and upward in a soft, wav
ing roll, and the high forehead is sof
tened by a fringe not heavy enough to
be called a bnng, or by a single curl
down tbe middle, with slighter curving
tresses on tho sides. A jeweled hairpin,
or ?ao of filigree geld or silver in
etosv. comb shape, or forming a tiny
wr .h. a wing, a pair of wings or a
fan, is thrust in tbe coil at the back.
The coronet front of the entire crown
of jewels is worn by matrons. A cock
ade bow of light satin ribbon attached
to a hairpin is very popular, either in
wing shape or as a tiny ebon witb two
pointed ends springing from it. Har
Aaaaricaa Wmaea Palat .betray.
The distinguished English woman,
Mrs. Haweis, is responsiblo for tbe dec
laration thnt the eyes of all English
women aro turned to their more ad
vanced American sisters to learn what
to do and how to do it in tbo woman's
cause and how experiments work in tho
States, among which arc increased fa
cility of divorce, the wife's full1 posses
sion of ber own and part possession of
ber husband's property, her rights over
her children ajd the perfect equality in
education in the mixed colleges for
youths and girls. So far as English
people can judge, the American eyetem
develops a hcalfhy tono between the
sexes and teaches tbe girls independ
ence, the men consideration for women.
She also expressed the opinion that both
England and America would rise
throng- their women to a new spiritual
Worthy af Capitals.
The daughter of a western superin
tendent, a little lady of 14 years, who
runs a typewriter for ber busy papa,
was recently working off the weekly
church news for a religions paper at her
father's dictation: She reached a par
agraph stating that in a certain church
tho ladies had organized a missionary
"Woman's Missionary society in cap
itals, papa?" she asked.
"No," was the response. "They are
quite common now."
"I'll tell yon, ppi," exclaimed the
young assistant, ".jen they organize
a men's ntMaionury society, we will put
that in capitals, won't we?" Ex
change. Will ParlfT Politic.
A dispatch from Topeka to tho Kan
sas City Times says: ''Judge Rinerof
Wyoming, who is presiding over the
United States circuit and district courts
in this city, believes in equal suffrage.
In Wyoming, be says, equal suffrage
has proved a great success by purifying
politics. Politicians who are inclined
to use corrupt and disreputable means to
accomplish a purpose have been sup
pressed, and only honest men can be
elected to office, because as soon as tho
women find out that a candidate is dis
honest they proceed to fight him regard
less of politics. The per rent of women
who vote. Judge Riner says, is as large
as that of the men.
Frsa-itibeaA jIgslasa Ta
From a letter written by Mrs. Ada
E. Hurd, of Groton, S. D." we quote:
"Was taken with a bad cold, which
settled on my lungs. Cough 6et in
and finally terminated in consump
tion. Four doctors gave me up, sav.
ing I could live but a short time. I
gave myself up to my Saviour, deter
mined, if I could not stay with my
friends on earth, I would meet my
absent ones above. My husband was
advised to get Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds. I jrave it a. trial, took in all.
eight bottles; it has cured me.'and
thank God I am now a well and
hearty woman. Trial bottles free at
Hartz & Bahnsen's drug store, regu
lar size, 50c and 1.
Good looks are more than skin
deep, depending upon a healthy con
dition of all the vital organs. If the
liver be inactive, you have a bilious
look, if your stomach be disordered,
you have a dyspeptie look, and if
your kidneys be affected yon have a
pinched look. Secure good health
and you will have good looks. Elec
tric Bitters is the great alterative
and tonic, acts directly on these
vital organs. Cures pimples,
blotches, boils and gfes a good com
plexion. Sold at Harts & Bahnsen's
drug store. 50c per bottle
BCCKLEK S AKMTCA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers - salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
tions, and positively sures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Harts Ullemeyer
Tbe autograph letters and historical
documents of tbe late Dr. J. 8. Fogg of
I Boston have been willed to the Maine
Historical society. His will also calls
for tbe establishment of a free public
library in the town of Eliot, Me.
Wkaa Baby was aicfc, a caaa aer CaaAtaty.
Whea Aa waa a CfcUd, aba cried for Obatoria.
TThra aTir tnrami) Vim, rlnnn In raalia a. .
Wkca iba bad O0dia,ihe gavaUacts. Castor it
. , CjcTt Cryfcr
is Dr. Samuel Pitchera prescription for Infanta
aflkdCUMiCak It contains neither Opium, Morphine dot
afWw Karcotie aubstoncn. It Is a harmless substitate
far Paregoric, -Drops, Soottalns Syrnp, and Castor Oil.
It Is Pleasant. Its sjaaranteo is thirty years u.us by
jaSions of Mothers. Caetoiia destroys Worms and allays
feTCi-lsIiaeas. Caetoria prevents vomiting; Sour Cnra,
nte Dlanbeea and Wind Colic. xCastoria relieves
teething troubles, cares constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
AUkd bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
torla Is tho Cbildrea'.i PanaJceo---tlio Mother's Friend.
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kcav kMberabaTe rtaprolnjly kJldmeof iU
gaod " apoa thear cbildnm.
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' Ckbtn a lb kit rni-ir It frrr rtiflfh- irf
Ucklwacqaaiatod. I hope tbo day ii -ot
ll aktlaiil aluMiiaUki n aflliiiaii iiV 1 1 la ml
totrro( Urir chndr aad uae Caatoria In
stead of U-TsriOaalxiaVBoatrBBiawhkara
StUuj tag their tea ed ones, by forcing opium.
, awaiting syrup ana other Hurtful
i Aowa their tbroata, thereby sending
t to immature gra-ta."
pa. 9. T. KntcawM,
"A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE
FUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
Heating and Ventilating Engineers
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete Una ot Pipe, Brass Goods, Parkin ilo
Fire Brick Etc Largest tid best qaiopd
establishment west of Chicago.
DAVIS tuutiv Mcline, HI I 112. 114 West Eevanteertb i.
Telephone 80SS. Telephone 1 1 AS. Kor;. . e
-tte-aldanca Telerjfton 1 1 &
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON K0ECKRITZ,
Analytic ami fliwii Mimli
eow located in his new building at the corner of Fifth svrunc
and Twenty ,th'rd street.
113 snfl iu East Second Street, iAVRNPOBT, IOWa
.tt BtTDSOM. MaJ.Pa.RK Kit
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kinds of Gupratering promptly attended to. Esfiuiave
fuaisked when deaired.
P cor first ave. and Seventeenth st. Rock Island
SHIVERS & -INDEB80N.
CONTRACTORS' and BUILDERS
AU Iliads ot Cvrpentar Work Done.
" Caatoria Is so irell adapted tocl-JI.lr iti
I wceomiaead it ossuperiurtoanj' prcaTitix
H. A. Aaracit. 51. !..
lit So. Oxford St., BrooUj-n, V Y
"Oar physician in the children's !t set
tnent have spoken highly of their c-pt
enoa in their outside practice with Cz- iorz.
and although we orly ha- amor; e
medical supplies what is known as i-jc
products, yet we are free to conf3 tl it u
merit at Castoria baa won u to look .
favor upon it,"
Ckiteb Hospital, axd Dispi i?su)
Auxa C Sarra, Ptrx.,
1803 Second Averue;
glea at thia School ie verised by atota tbaa 100 dlffi-rcnt IVoi-1.'
Stag their Sludeata '