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Elkhart Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 24, 1886, Elkhart, Indiana H- IN 1866 AS THE IN 20-NO. 30. JULY 24, 1886. VOL. 3-NO. 49. F. Public and Office in A furniture 117 Mam Comer Main and Pigeon oyer shoe Prompt attention giyen to all professional Q. M. and special attention to diseases of the Throat and Office H to 12 a. to 5 p. 10. Office over Leonard's H. M. and Calls answered day or Water and system of diagnosing by ocular chemical and examination of the special attention to the disease of C. and of the University of class of 18(58; of Pa. diseases of children all chromc O comer Main and Pigeon over Kavanagh Pollard's H. a specialty of complete sot of machinery for making every part of a in Woodard corner of Main and Franklin Kefers to Wilson Thomas Clerk and over 307 Main residence 508 Third M. patronized from far and His photos can not be Main w Set and H. WILIi H. O. W. 1I1I.I.EB. Vesey - Remedy for is the Easiest to and ATAR good for Cold to the Hay learn the exact cost of any proposed line of advertising in American papers by addressing P. Rowell Advertising lO Spruce New for list of newspapers divided into STATES wid SECTIONS will be seat on those who want their advertising to we can offer no better for thorough and effective work than ihe various sections of our V. Advertising Spruce New School for Yoang with St. Clair advantages in Hosic and Art. Address for St. LUNG KIDNEY and cured by the use of these A trial will convince the most skeptical that they are tlie They are medicated with capsicum and the active principle of being far more powerful in their action than other Do not be induced to take other plasters which are but be sure and get the genuine which is always enclosed in an envelope with the signature of the I The also above in green and on Sold by all ax 35 cents CORN the best known remedy for hard and soft and never fail to 25 Cold Swollen etc. White Proprietary 34 Church New Of first class H. Main St. BE BOUGHT WANT THE SEWING k Machine a I coil of copper easily attached to any sewing and which almost the sewing treadle without A boon to and from over My endorsed Health thousands of Sample spring by its Times 111. LESS any in the We LARGE hand and are going to sell them at some You Want a along your money and we wiU sell you one Remember we are bound to sell at some PLACE TO GET YOUR Paper Window they have got a great supply on hand which must be of forget the 403 MAIN on the 219 CUMMINS 10 cents 1' mail you a t n box of goods that will yon in the way money than anything else in Both sexes of all ages can live at home and work in spare or all the Capital not We will start Immense pay sure for those who start at ate made with and best washers in tha For by all Take no Sewing Machines as good as Parts F. has had sixteen years in adjusting and ' GRANT and Personal Memories of Orant in one volume only One agent 4S first 10,000 sold first A 28 Inches of all FREE to each Think of Some person should send 50 for outfit and and Book now waiting for ' Elder 861 Wabash NARROW Adventure in tbe the Western two different occasions I ate dinner at the cabin of old the Kansas said a to a the first occasion the old man was away and I saw only two women about the Six months when I called it was about eleven o'clock in the Then I saw old Bender for the first I have heard him described as a pleasant faced old man whom no one would I tell the very first look at him put me on my For the first time in a year 1 felt that my life was in The same two slatternly women were about the and there was a young man whom I took to be old Bender's young man disappeared soon after 1 but whether he hid in the house or rode off across the prairie I never Bender's women purchased about two worth of and the old man dickered with me for an hour over a gold It seems he had but a small stock of but he offered me personal property in He had three or four silver all of which had been two or three two bosom pins made out of lumps of pure gold and three or four pairs of valuable We had nearly effected an exchange when he suddenly decided to leave the matter open until sifter was announced soon after twelve my pack with me into the where I found the table set for There were three rooms in the The front room was a general and office Bender kept a sort of you and travelers had this front The next room back was the and family room There was a bedroom leading off. On the walls of this family room were a few old-fashioned prints in old-fashioned a shelf on which stood a clock and a few scant evidences of women's The back room was the had my eyes wide open when I entered that and the very first I noticed was that the table was set lengthwise of the and that my chair and plate had been so placed that my back would be toward the kitchen which was not over five or six feet Had it been at the other end my back would have been toward the office The first move I made was to turn the chair around to the side and sit I now faced the bedroom and had the other doors to my right and while there was no window behind me. The younger woman was in the room and she looked at me in a strange way as I upset the arrangements she had Bender did not look into the room for two or three and then retired without A minute later he passed around the house and entered the kitchen by the back While I could not see I heard him and the woman whispering and I caught the words as spoken by tell you he did it could not catch a word from and directly he went out and she came in with the rest of the Her face was flushed and her manner She put on a plate of bread and a platter of meat and then went out for the As she set the cup and saucer on the board she partly upset the cup and spilled half the contents on the she as I shoved back to keep the from dripping on my harm I was so careless of me. You had better change your seat to the end while I sop it don't I'm not hungry and shall eat but a few mouthfuls any I forgot to tell you that I preferred water to gave me one of the queerest looks I ever first flushing up and then turning Spilling that coffee was a put-up job to get my back to the kitchen 1 suspected it a few months later I had plenty of horri ble Before the meal was finished old Bender looked in from the kitchen door and drew and when I shoved away and entered the office he was not there and did not show up for five When 1 went to dinner a double-barrelled shotgun stood in a corner of the When I came out it was The old man came in after and it was easy to see that he had to force himself to I paid him for the meal and was ready to It was a lonely road I had to with no other house for and it suddenly struck me that the younger man had gone on to lie in ambush and shoot me in case I escaped assassination at the For a minute or two I quite lost my and you can judge what a relief it was to me to see a team drive up with three men in the vehicle and room for one They stopped to water the horses and chat a few and readily gave me a lift on my N. Y. by a Texas Court of the criminal branch of the Supreme has rendered an important decision in a case against Knights of Two Knights during the Southwestern strike went down the Missouri Pacific road from Alvarado to and deliberately disabled an They were convicted under the section of which provides a punishment any person shall wilfully and mischievously injure or destroy or other agricultural product or real The court holds of a comma personal owing to the of tbe Knights is not covered by the member of a Georgia grand jury can hardly be expected to indict men for carrying concealed weapons when the major part of the jury themselves are ballasted to their seats during the deliberation by the weight of a pistol in their than 45,000,000 persons haTe passed over the Brooklyn bridge since it was opened to last revolutionary pensioner died at N. in 1866, eighty-four years after the close of the main building of the New Orleans Exposition was put up at auction the other It cost over half % million but the highest bid received was O. has just been discovered that the cemeteries in Wayne N. have during the past two years been systematically At least one-half of the bodies interred have been depositors in according to the News and have deposit in five sawings belonging to one person being and smallest one inning of a recent game of base-ball in presented a curious Atlanta had three men to Kaoh one of was given his on atui cach one thrown out while stealing There was not a ball struck in the and yet every base was filled and no run was accident happened to a consignment of hoavy cattle sold for shipment to Hough weather was on the and the to tlie cattle were tied gave forcing the to the other side of and causing it to careen so much to lighten the vessel the were thrown a loss of John Alexander and a companion of thought to have lots of fun by scaring a who slept in a 8o they scrap on the door with a bit of and the clerk thought burglars were trying to get in and his and a ball went through the door and Johnny's hurting him very girls have taken a sudden craze for donkey carts this the for sonic having awakened to find himself no doubt greatly to his own The small ponies are no longer in but in their stead the donkey is sought after with a persistency that bespeaks him more popular than he will be when the become more familiar with is tricks and Indian funeral procession in Eastern Oregon is thus defunct had beon set upon a and a stick had been lashed along either side of his body to keep it in an upright The head was not supported in any and as the horse trotted along the body seemed bowing in every direction and the head shaking in a grotesque The dressed in her mourning trotted along behind on a lazy to which she kept vigorously applying the Genesee in is manufacturers along its banks by its increasing volumes of water from year to Some years in common with other of the the water diminished and the mills and factories that had depended on its power were obliged to use The Rochester Democrat says that mills who have not used their for years are getting back to much to their financial No explanation is given for this condition of the in Pittsburgh are talking about the smart young catcher of an amateur who was remarkable for catching batsmen out on foul tips even when the bat didn't seem to strike within three or four inches of the An investigation revealed that the catcher had a gum band attached to his and when he desired to foul out a man he would raise the band with one and when the ball passed under the bat released The band would snap against the glove and all within hearing would hear a supposed foul of owns a Recently while this canine was scratching out something from the around Mr. thought it would be a good joke to crawl up give a snarling bark and suddenly grab the industrious animal by one of his hind Mr. did so. thought the dog turned and grabbed his jocular master by the making his teeth meet that feature before he saw his Mr. sensibly acquit ted the dog of all blame and did not N. r. WHITE Its Costs the Country In Connection with the people believe the a year which the President gets as his salary is the sum This is a The estimate of the amount which Congress is to appropriate this year lies before open at the page relating to the We see that is asked for in addition .to his salary of to pay the salaries of his subordinates and His private secretary is paid his assistant private secretary his stenographer each a two who each get 200, four other clerks at good one telegraph two ushers getting and a night usher getting a watchman who gets and a man to take care of fires who receives a In addition to this there is set down for incidental such as carpets and the care of the President's And further under another there is a demand for nearly Of this is for repairs and furnishing the White for is for the green and is for matches and the Tlie White all costs the in connection with the considerably over a ZEALAND Concerning the Great Volcanic a few weeks ago Mt. Etna's eruption threatened and the surrounding fertile valleys and vineyards of that Now the news comes of volcanic disturbances in New the antipodes of and of great loss of life resulting New Zealand by the fastest ocean and railroad about thirty days removed from The steamship lines run from Auckland to San and some twenty-five days between these two points is considered good or nearly three times longer than the modern trip from New York to The oup or cluster of islands Zealand is divided into two main known as North Island and South The well-known city of Auckland is on the North which with its fine harbor is on every The islands are quite so that the most intelligent and observant travelers and writers agree that of the surface of the North Island and of the South Island are occupied by the extinct volcanoes of New Zealand are Ruapehu that is 9,100 feet and Mount Egmont that is 8,300 feet which is 6,.500 feet is occasionally When Mount Etna began to pour out the first to suffer severely were those who cultivated the vineyards that produced the rich fruitage that grew on the hillsides and in the valleys So the first in New Zealand to feel the terrible rains and torrents from the suddenly awakened crater have been those who inhabited the districts in the immediate neighborhood of the The mountain peaks of New Zealand are about the same altitude as some of the great Rockies back of Denver and and would hold their place beside Cloud the crest of the Big Horn and thus the valleys are easily commanded by natural wonders of New Zealand suggest a parallel with the National Yellowstone New Zealand has not been visited by any serious earthquakes or volcanic eruptions for some thirty The last severe earthquake occurred January 23, 1855, but it was not attended by any fatal Three prominent places on the earth are mentioned where geysers exist with marked These are the North Island of New Zealand and the National Park in the Rocky Geysers may be described as volcanoes in which heated instead of molten is forced out from the vent by the escaping and they occur in great abundance in districts in which action is becoming dormant or The significance of the parallel will be seen when it is stated that there are three active volcanoes in New theory of advanced scientists is that there are great bands or systems of which are ranged along lines of and some also hold that the great linear bands of which stretch thousands of have had their positions determined by great lines or fissures in the The greatest of these bands extends from the Arctic Circle at Straits to the Antarctic Circle at South and this includes more than half the active volcanoes of the The great focus or center of this intense volcanic action may be regarded as lying in the district between Borneo and New A large number of lines radiate from this one of which embraces South New the New Santa the Solomon Islands and New as it is seen to to the groat volcanic it is not surprising that earthquakes are recorded as having visited these as already there have been no serious shocks felt there since 1855, yet in 1882 alone twenty-eight shocks are ten of which are recorded as and the remainder as only slight Chicago Inter and Books from the Old Springfield House and W. formerly of 111., but now of this has fitted up a room which he calls the Memorial All of the furniture was used by Abraham either in his house or his in Springfield prior to his departure for D. to be inaugurated President of the United In the collection there is the old office desk and the old ten well-thumbed one volume of the statues of the first that Lincoln ever and which belonged to David his friend and companion in Indiana from 1819 to 1831; one leaf from his and his boyhood six parlor one table; one mirror set in a gilt one one walnut the old sofa which was made oy hand at Springfield in 1837 by Daniel E. on Mr. Lincoln s and used by him until 1861; the old hickory chair in which he was seated when informed of his nomination to the one carriage cushion and a taken of him in 1858, during the celebrated campaign between him and Stephen A. The photograph represents him with his hair very and the story in connection therewith is to the effect that when in the studio one of his friends observed that his hair was combed remarkably a he the picture won't look like With that he ran his band through his hair and made it look Keyes only began purchases some months back and has already gotten together a creditable which he takes great pleasure in exhibiting to his Several letters from William H. Lincoln's law attest the genuineness of a number of the NOTICE arranged to occupy the first floor of BLOCK 1 would in this manner announce a Out by Selling or Giving VAST ACCUMULATION and Remnant Piece Odd Odd Odd Old Style goods are not well suited to the class of people that generally patronize but were they seen on the shelves and counters of the ordinary dealer they would lend him respectability such as he seldom I shall continue to be known CLOTHIER to merit the I shall be prepared to not only satisfy and please my regular patrons as but to sell goods in Job and Wholesale lots to the numerous Poor and Struggling Hand-Me-Down Clothing Dealers of this city and neighboring towns at rates that will astonish their creditors whether of New I propose doing business in future on enabling me to Guarantee to the buyer all the advantages and inducements held out by other Large Scale To succeed in this New Departure I must necessarily share its advantages with my and while I retain FOR will ever be ready to extend a helping hand to the struggling and say m save your freight bills and railroad Buy only what you can pay for in small or large quantities as your trade Be satisfied with an honest profit though it may be ever so respectfully court the continued favors of well wishers and hoping to receive the encouragement due my Remain the Public's Obedient CENTRAL few doors only store where farmers can rely upon getting their supply of Groceries at a uniform Low Farmers living 15 to 25 do their trading at our store simply for the reason that they can save 15 to 25 cents on every dollar's worth of goods they ought to see our 5 1-2, 6 and 6 1-2 cent It will do you good to see and still more good to buy know our prices are too K you know your biz you will lose no time in buying a supply at our we get to the line of goods that Grocers want to make the one per double their It is not so with We sell Teas on same margins as other and buying in large quantities for we are enabled to sell our Teas from 10 to 25 cents a pound cheaper than other Ask for same These are and we ask you to compare our Teas with those of any other house ranging in price 10 to 25 cents a pound there is nothing Hke buying goods New Post Few Doors
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