INSTITUTION FOR FEEBLE-MINDED YOUTH, BEATRICE.
Indiana, and their happy family embraces four children, Harry, Charles, Anna, and Sadie. The selection of Comrade Fowler for his present position has met with general approval from the soldier citizens of the state.
STEWARD INSTITUTION FOR FEEBLEMINDED YOUTH.
IRA A. SHERIDAN, steward of the Institution for
Feeble-Minded Youth, at Beatrice, is well known in the
political circles of this state. He came to Nebraska
twenty-three years ago, located in Red Willow county, and
was elected to the house of representatives in 1892. He was
a diligent worker, both on the floor and in committee room,
made many warm friends, and was recognized as one of the
leaders of his party in the house. Politically his
antecedents were democratic, and he clung to the faith until
a few years ago, when he became a pronounced populist. He
was very instrumental, in concert with other leading
populists, in shaping the state ticket in the campaign of
1896. Mr. Sheridan is a man of commanding presence, easy of
approach, and has the happy faculty of rapidly gaining
political friends. He is a most effective organizer, and his
services in the campaign of last year were thoroughly
appreciated by his associates among all divisions of the