HR Husted elected to board Daily Inter Ocean Sunday 28 Mar 1886
DAILY IN THE SUBURBS. Austin People Worried Over the Appearance Appearance of Bogus Silver Dollars. The Rural Political Pat Having the Coats Uonal Boll Becoming Lenten Social Pleasures. Mra Charles O. Bond and aon are visiting at Niles, Mich. Mr J. B. Wickershem, of Irving Far, la visiting with the South Bid Elliott Fewter dollars are being circulated in tne Tillage. Bolora 70a give change bite tbe dollar. The Ten Tnlrty Club met Thuraday even - Messra Bice A Baaaett, of Austin, bare Fostoffloe Building at St Joseph, pervlsor Liaaenden'a report ia just pub - llahed. residence being built by Mr. C. V. Barker, on tbe South Side, will be 'lllaa - e N a. Traill, and Davis have returned ith hundreds or ducks. Mr. A Barker, late of Pullman, now tore - tan of the painting department of tbe .North western car - shops, has taken a real denoe la the Jones neighborhood. retailed in the northwestern part of the Tillage Tillage without authority of law. The new will look into the mat - There will be preaching In the First Presbyterian Presbyterian Church to - dav, morning and evening, evening, by tbe pastor, the Bev. Frank 0. Ballard. In the evening, "A Plain Talk With Business Men." The Young Folks' Union of tbe Methodist Church will give a social in tbe basement of the church Thuraday erenine. All the young people of the Tillage of every denomination are cordially invited. The Band of Hone a temperance organiza tion of both old and young people gave a concert at the Baptist Church Thursday The programme waa an interesting presided, and the opening was reached it had grown so late that he begged to be excused, and many were disappointed disappointed The perform an oea were all creditable. The Whittler Literary Society of tbe Austin High School elected officers, Friday, as follows: follows: President, Jay Freeman; Yioe President, President, Mattie Hasted; Secretary, Alice Pat - win; Editor, Evelyn McCarthy; Associate Editor, Lottie Meredith; Marshal, Harry Pat - The Invitations to tbe reception given by the Alphas, Friday evening, indicated that it was to be a "plain party." It proved, however, however, to be one of the moat elegant affairs of the season. Among the ladies there were mam rich and elaborate toilets and a oro - display of fl and flower was served at 1 1 o'clock, and the dancing raa over at 12:3U Besides tbe Alphas, here w ere present Mr and Mra IX R. Ma - auley and Mra Wilder, of Chicago. The lada of Austin are trying to organise awns, eta, will afford the boys To - morrow evening, at tbe Town Hall, delegates to the Republican Town Con yen - Mr. Vogt to nomination on the Republican tl of Cicero baa Freaident.'li,' R W. Wal McCarthy. W. W. McFarlana, Oea M 1 Thomas Carroll, H B. Hosted, Jol irage all enterprise oh leglali , both State and National, aa the inter - of the township may from time to time more extended ii anal offloen e end that the most Judicious and eoo .1 legislation aynd ad - Beting ta called f the objects or this ansa They are also requested W itiou are invited.